Day: February 1, 2013

106.7 WTLC

Your favorite sisters are back! March 14, “Braxton Family Values” returns to WE-TV.

Also what to expect this season, according to the press release:

Toni, having landed her first starring role in a movie, tries to leave her personal drama behind to focus on work, which is much easier said than done. Trina and Gabe try to move past their infidelities of the past and re-build their marriage, while Towanda and Andre focus on their relationship and officially get back together. Traci has embraced a surprising newfound hobby, motorcycle riding, while Tamar, working hard in pursuit of her dream to build a name for herself in the music industry, fights back against her sisters’ resentment toward her relationship with her “husbanger” Vince. Issues from the past and the Braxton ladies’ ongoing competitiveness—especially when it comes to music endeavors—threaten the longstanding Braxton family fam like never before.

Check out the trailer…

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93.1 WZAK

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“Second Generation Wayans” actress Tatyani Ali chooses Michelle Obama becoming the first lady of the United States as her most influential Black History moment of the 21st century.

When Michelle Obama first met Barack Obama, those many years ago, we wonder if she knew that she was staring into the eyes of the future first black president. And if she realized that one day, she would be regarded as one of the most fabulous First Lady’s to grace the white house since Jackie O. Michelle Obama and her husband assumed office in January 2009 after a hard-run campaign that lasted close to a year. Since accepting her role, she’s made it her priority to fight obesity, enlisting Beyonce to serve in her “Let’s Move” program. She continues to serve the homeless, remains an advocate for LGBT rights and provides a shining example for young…

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In his new memoir “Hitmaker: The Man and His Music,” Tommy Mottola apologizes to ex-wife Mariah Carey for his controlling behavior during their five-year marriage.

In the book, which hit bookshelves on January 15, Mottola acknowledges his overbearing ways, but asserts that his behavior paved the way for Carey’s prolific music career. He writes, “No I did not hypnotize Mariah. No, I did not hypnotize her into selling 200 million albums. No, I did not chain her to the recording studio in the mansion we built after we were married. If it seemed like I was controlling, let me apologize. Was I obsessive? Yes. But it was also part of the reason for her success.”

On Tuesday, the former head of Sony Music confirmed to “Today” show host Matt Lauer that “[the book] will be the first time” he has told the pop star that he’s sorry.


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