Today on MORNING BLEND:
Hit music-maker, Eugene “Geno D” Davis, and hit playwright, Michael Pintard, discuss whether entertainers get “blacklisted” after agreeing to perform at controversial events, or after writing jingles, songs or plays that take a critical look at society and come out in support of contentious causes. The upcoming “The Bahamas Best Mega Concert and Family Festival” seeks to highlight concerns about the environment in The Bahamas. Presented by the controversial “Save The Bays/Coalition to Protect Clifton Bay” group, it will feature K.B. and many popular Bahamian artists, extolling the need for environmental protection and advocacy. The event is set for Saturday, December 28, at Arawak Cay. The day begins with the Family Fun Day at noon to 6pm, with the Mega Concert from 8pm to midnight. For more information, call 225-8254.
“In The News”, we talk about the horrible traffic accident that resulted in the death of a 3-year old boy. And we discuss the sex offenders registry and other provisions of Marco’s Law.
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