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And on this day in 1936 – NFL All Star Cleveland Browns running back Jim first down Brown was born.  He was born James Nathaniel Brown in St. Simons Island in Georgia. 1954-1956 he played half back for Syracuse and he started acting full time in 1965. And on this day in 1942 – Co-founder […]

And on this day in 1923 – Bessie Smith recorded “Downhearted Blues” for Columbia Records.  Now this was the first song that Bessie Smith recorded and the first hit for Columbia Records.  The record sold 780,000 copies, but check this out – she was paid $125 and received no royalties. And on this day in […]

In Local News – Several San Antonio hospitals have volunteers with a very special job. All the volunteers have to be willing to do is cuddle with some newborns. Hospitals say they’re seeing more babies being born with serious medical illnesses, and just having someone to give hold them, cuddle them and give them some […]

     Beverly Watts Davis is the Chief Officer for Program Support and Resource Development for WestCare Foundation. She also serves as the Program Coordinator for a $5 million prevention of community trauma grant for Bexar County. She has served as a Senior Executive Service Member of the federal government (equivalent to the military rank […]

And on this day in 1919 – The winningest coach in football was born.  Grambling University football coach, Eddie Robinson was born in Jackson, Louisiana.  In 1941 he became head of football at Grambling University and stayed for 55 years with a record of 408 wins, 165 losses and 15 decisions.  Making him the winningest […]

Have a vision. Be demanding – Colin Powell

And on this day in 1920 – Tuskegee Airman Gen Daniel Chappie James was born in Pensacola Florida.  Chappie James learned to fly while attending Tuskegee Institute and after graduation in 1942 he continued civil pilot trainee until he received an appointment as a cadet in the US Army Corp in 1943.  Then in September […]

Baseball Hall of Famer – Frank Robinson died yesterday at the age of 83 after battling bone cancer. Robinson was a 2-time MVP and MLB’s first African-American manager. Robinson finished his playing days with 586 home runs — 10th on the all-time list. Robinson was known as by his nickname,  “Pencils”. He was born in […]

The Kevin Hart Irresponsible Tour makes its way to the Alamo City Thursday, November 1st at the AT&T Center and tickets are available for this massively hysterical Tour spanning the U.S., Canada, Europe, Australia and Asia. Hart’s last multi-city domestic and international What Now comedy tour sold out large venues all over the world, grossing […]

WALK ON THE RIVER: A Black Historical Commentary of the Alamo City Today the Director, Producer, and PR head of the upcoming documentary Walk On the River stopped in for an interview on the Dr. Doug show. They talked about the history of the project and some of their favorite stories they cover in the […]


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