Saturday, November 27, 2010

" King Tuts Hookah Lounge " Open mic Nights

Frog Alley Productions & Presents Open mic Night every Tuesday Live @ King Tuts Hookah Lounge .. Located at 660 Linton Blvd Delray Beach Fl. 33444 Start Time 8:30 pm - 2:00 am .. Always Live Recording of all performances by Alleyvision HD for anymore information Contact Lilbo561 @ (561) 506-4222 or marlo B @ (561) 860-1749

Thursday, November 18, 2010


The Florida Classic is more than just a football game and more than an in-state rivalry. It is now the largest football game between two historically Black Colleges in America, surpassing the Bayou Classic between Grambling and Southern in New Orleans as the top attended game in NCAA Division I-AA as well as the nation’s largest football game between two Historically Black College/University (HBCU) schools. Since its inception in 1978, the game has now seen over 1.5 million spectators attend the game (1,560,893).
The series began in 1925, with Florida A&M winning 25-0. B-CU’s (then B-CC) first win came a year later, 12-0 in 1926.
Despite FAMU's early dominance in the series overall (at one point, the Rattlers won 19 straight), the two schools drew ever-increasing crowds until they had to abandon their home stadiums for larger venues.
Sites like Daytona International Speedway and Doak Campbell Stadium in Tallahassee were the sites of some of those "home" games before the two schools agreed on a permanent site -- Tampa -- in 1978.
In that first "Florida Classic" game in 1978, Florida A&M turned a 17-0 halftime deficit into a scintillating come-from-behind 27-17 win en route to the inaugural NCAA Division 1-AA title.
The series between the two schools went through a two-year hiatus in 1983 and 1984 when they could not agree on a playing site. Public pressure from alumni, fans and state officials brought them back to the negotiating table and the series was resumed in 1985.
The renewal of the rivalry was as good as it gets, as Bethune-Cookman won a wild shootout, 31-27 in 1985.
In 1997, the two schools moved the Florida Classic to Orlando’s Florida Citrus Bowl Stadium. That year’s affair was a rousing success, as 56,351 fans swarmed into the Citrus Bowl, over 25,000 fans more than the previous year in Tampa.
Overall attendance for game has now surpassed the 1.5 million mark. However, the move down I-4 to Orlando, with its plethora of tourist attractions and central location for virtually every fan in the Sunshine State has been the catalyst for turning an already intense rivalry into the hottest ticket in Division I-AA and Black College Football.

Florida Classic 2:30 p.m. kickoff - Florida Citrus Bowl Stadium
Historic rivals Florida A&M University and Bethune-Cookman University meet on the gridiron for the 31st time.
nov 20th

Saturday, November 6, 2010

The Le'Nalors Beauty of The Month * ANAIYAH *

(CEO LE' NALORS) Tell me about yourself?

( ANAIYAH ) Well my name is Anaiyah Sunshine and I'm basically the cute funny type.
I love to sing and choreograph which now I'm opening up my hip hop classes again from stopping five years ago. I am a Miami Model and I love it here because of my diversity in my ethnic make up it helps me when it comes to interacting with the general public.
I am a fashion director as well to my online high fashion magazine The Miami which showcases online fashion from in house designers from Miami Florida.
I direct the shoots, do the hair and make up, find location , schedule the models, fittings, draw a basic outline to what my theme is going to be for the cover in advance and I have an online blog spot page where I write about all the topics that are not in the magazine under the categories of Fashion Home Decor, Electronics, Musicans, Make Up and Hair and so much more.

(CEO LE' NALORS) Where we're you born? And what city and county your reppin ?

( ANAIYAH ) I was born in Miami Florida. City : North Miami County: Dade County

(CEO LE' NALORS) How did you get into doing some modeling?

( ANAIYAH ) Well it all started actually from my great grandmother. She was a seamstress from Jamaica and she designed everyone's clothes. I was her little doll. My grandmother's from both sides of the family encouraged me to know about poise, walk, position, and fashion.

(CEO LE’NALORS) I see your also into music … When did you first discover your talent for the biz?

( ANAIYAH ) Aside from being the doll of the family I sang in my local Elementary school from the age of 5. I would sing infront of audiences filled with people over 500 people at a time. I have a strong background in opera where I was taught from the age of seven from The University of Miami how to sight read music. There I was open to music from all shapes and forms and different dialects from Spanish Hebrew Italian and French.

(CEO LE’NALORS) What Genre of music best describes your style?

( ANAIYAH ) Since I am a trained dancer .( was taught ballet jazz african ) I wanted to get into the electronica pop genre. During my transition of getting in realm of professional music at the age of 22, I steamed from RNB, DANCE, RNB HIP HOP, REGGAE, REGGAETON AND JAZZ.
My genre that defines my music is really if I was able to relabel one would be Feel Good Music. I want my audience to dance, move, and make people feel good when you are listening to it. I write songs that can relate to my audience. I want my audience to understand that when they are going through something and they need some insight it's ok to pop my song in your home stereo , boom box mp3 or 4 , computer where ever you able to hear my voice that I understand what you're going through and I am that person who they can rely on to get through it

(CEO LE' NALORS) What goals would you love to achieve when it's all said and done?

( ANAIYAH ) Goals: Honestly I would love to achieve this dream that most people of course for themselves couldn't be possible. I also want to give hope to those who inquire about it as well as be that guide to their own success.
Charities: Like I love to help the public. I would also would love to be able to help those who are going through a rough time with their household or they have a terminal illness that I can sponsor for treatment to those who need it.
My Magazine: The Miami Style. I want the Miami Public to understand that this is a magazine who you can trust . You can pick up this magazine and say yes this is something that can work for me and my family.

(CEO LE' NALORS) Do you have anyone that you looked upped to or admired?

( ANAIYAH ) Yes.My long time favorite would be the lovely Joesphine Baker. Joesphine was a head of her time and she knew it. She dedicated her life to making that stepping stone for all groups of people to accept talent not based on your cultural background , but by talent.

(CEO LE' NALORS) Do you have anything that you have already accomplished in your life that you’re proud of?

( ANAIYAH ) I am very proud of owning my own online publication at a very young age. I know that I probably one of the youngest fashion directors right now and it's very critical for me because most directors of magazines are a lot older than me.

(CEO LE' NALORS) Is there something you wish you could do over again?

( ANAIYAH ) No.I believe that fate should not be altered. It happened for that cause and that's the cause that made you become more wiser if you believe in positive living.

(CEO LE' NALORS) For the people who knows you best. How you think they would describe you?

( ANAIYAH ) I am Mrs Sunshine. I am a giving person who loves to entertain, be a social butterfly and just love being me.

(CEO LE' NALORS) What are your strengths and weaknesses?

( ANAIYAH ) Strength: trusting
With me it's not that easy to trust it can also be a weakness because sometimes in life trust can change a negative into positive.

(CEO LE' NALORS) What was the most difficult situation you had faced and how did you tackle it!?

( ANAIYAH ) Life is difficult all around. It's complicated when a person has the ability to wake up and walk. So many people all over the world never wake up. So I feel learning how to stay alive in this world on a day to day basis is the most difficult because of our paths of life we are so blind to see everyday your feet hits solid ground , your life is not promised. We should be more thankful and appreciative that we are able everyday to live another day.

(CEO LE' NALORS) Is there any advice or words of wisdom, you like to quote?

( ANAIYAH ) Belief can be the strongest force that can make you who you want to be. When you believe that you can get a goal and achieve it, you shall . When you feel there is no room for you to go on , your belief will take you there

(CEO LE"NALORS) Do you consider yourself a hard worker? And what is an example?

( ANAIYAH ) I am. I think that is one of my best qualities that I have in me because I know that working will pay off in the end.

(CEO LE' NALORS) Do you have anything that you’re working on or any ventures you’re branching off into?


(CEO LE’NALORS) What things do you find yourself doing that you said you'd "never" do?

( ANAIYAH ) : Honestly I do what I can. I really don't try to do things that I would say I wouldn't do.

(CEO LE’NALORS) What do you believe is the key to be successful?

( ANAIYAH ) the word Belief.

(CEO LE’NALORS) When people look back at your life, how do you want to be remembered?

( ANAIYAH ) A person who loved her life, culture , and people from all over the world.

(CEO LE’NALORS) Is there any way to be contacted for information or any things you are working on ?

( ANAIYAH ) Yes you can always look me up on Google and just Google me and you will so many things about me . Also just go to my webzine and you can email me directly from the site.
786 7284728

(CEO LE’NALORS) Once again I would love to thank Anaiyah for taking the time to do this interview for me .. And I wish her the greatest of luck with all of her ventures now and in the near future

Thursday, November 4, 2010

Miami Street Rides , Nov 5 - Nov 14 , 2010

Car Show .. Music .. Lifestyle .. Live Entertainment .. Nov 5TH - Nov 14 , 2010 Miami Convention Center Miami , Florida

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Wednesday, November 3, 2010

The Le'Nalors Ride of The Day

This one caught your Boy Eye 4 show .. This Camaro has a little bite to it .... Love the grille bro .. Ride of the day indeed