As we close out featuring poets from the Midwest, our last poet is Eugene B. Redmond.
Born December 1, 1937, in St. Louis, he is an American poet, and academic. His poetry is closely connected to the Black Arts Movement and the city of East St. Louis, Illinois.
St. Louis rap/R&B duo, Mickey and Mallory (comprised of rap/recording artist Playboy Ro and singer Ms. Kriss) is gettin major pub in the month of May when they release their debut single, "Gangsta Lovin" May 8 and leak a tease of the music video on the same day that they wrapped recently in St. Louis with SelfMade Studioz. Tagged "Music and Mayhem," their EP, also entitled, Gangsta Love is set to be released May 22. Also, stay eyed to OUTTOWN for an upcoming posting soon of their interview and exclusive pics from their music video!
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Obama, already the first sitting president to appear on "The Tonight Show," "The Late Show" and "The Daily Show," treaded even deeper into the overnight hours as part of his two-day, three-state tour of college campuses to press his case to extend lower interest rates for some student loanprograms.
At the taping, which was on the campus of the University of North Carolina at
Fallon earlier made light of the Secret Service prostitution scandal in his monologue, saying he was "having the best time" hanging out with agents as he prepared for the show.
Obama himself later called the work of the agency that protects him and his family "incredible."
"A couple of knuckleheads shouldn't detract from that they do," he said. "What they were thinking, I don't know. That's why they're not there anymore."
They were his first public comments in more than a week on the incident, which overshadowed a weekend trip to the
Asked about GOP rival Mitt Romney, Obama said the two were "not friends," but that his wife, Ann, was "lovely." He added that Romney "seems like somebody who cares about his family."
Obama is the epitome of political cool. Not since President Bill Clinton blowing the sax on the Arsenio Hall Show had we had a President be so “hip.”
ADD: President Barack Obama is on the cover of this week's Rolling Stone magazine.
Later, they were reportedly spotted holding hands as they exited the party.
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I refuse to allow the enemy to turn something like this into a tool for devision amongst
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