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Eric L. Wattree replied to Ernie Mixon's discussion Andrew M. Manis: When Are WE Going to Get Over It?
"Thank you for this, Ernie.   I love this kind of truth, and the mere fact that it was written by a White man makes a point that I always try to pass along - that the war against racism is not between Black and White people, but good…"
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"I am the new Marketing Director for 3HBEAUTY .. A black owned Hair distribution Company with 9 stores. We have one in Leirmert Park!"
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"Hello LPB world. Long time no hear from ... from ME! ... I've busy with life! ... sure you understand? ... Always good to come back Home!"
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Miles Davis - Flamenco Sketches

More off the 'Kind Of Blue' sessions. Arguably the finest single session in the history of jazz. This is one of my favorite song of any genre.
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ERNIE BARNES This Heart of ART by: J. Ivy

A tribute to Mr. Ernie Barnes by: J. Ivy. Music from Marvin Gaye's "I Want You."
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keely "forget you"

Keely's cover of C-lo's forget you
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Channeling FDR: The Moral Case Against Unemployment - Justin Wolfers

Channeling FDR: The Moral Case Against Unemployment: My last weekend in D.C. provided a final chance to enjoy my favorite haunts. And so I found myself walking ... through the FDR Memorial, where I stumbled across the ... message below. ... A reminder, if you like, of why we care. ... If my…See More
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"Greetings My Friend! and Thank You for the Welcome! I Love what they are doing with LPB. I hope to be a part of the LPB vendor's family! I Love the Arts and showing people how to Eat to Heal their Bodies...Check out my web site for more info on…"
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So what brings you to Leimert Park Beat? Tell us a little bit about yourself.
I m a lifelong resident of S. Los Angeles. I love the creative spirit of the Liermert Park area, from the Jazz clubs to the small shops along Liermert. I m a creative person myself who like to dialog with with intelligent creative people who share the love of our community and all that it represents. I m also a writer, photographer and lover of live jazz.

I m also a activist who believes that we should act towards making our community a better place to live as opposed to just talking about it. Talk is cheap but action is invaluable towards improving the quality of life in our community.
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S. Los Angeles - Jazz clubs, Laker Games, Parks, bar b ques in the summer with cool people, pools, suana, concerts, taking pictures, writing..
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Entrepreneour - http://tjem-enterprises1a.ecrater.com/
My Leimert Park Secret:
I love Leimert Park and everything about it!
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Los Angeles
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Channeling FDR: The Moral Case Against Unemployment - Justin Wolfers

Posted on September 10, 2011 at 9:20am 0 Comments

Channeling FDR: The Moral Case Against Unemployment: My last weekend in D.C. provided a final chance to enjoy my favorite haunts. And so I found myself walking ... through the FDR Memorial, where I stumbled across the ... message below. ... A reminder, if you like, of why we care. ... If my…

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What is a Friend to You - Essay

Posted on May 15, 2010 at 8:14am 0 Comments

You know we toss around this word so freely in today’s modern society. I thought I’d take a moment out of my life and define what a friend is to me. I like to always start these types of essays with established facts. So with that in mind here is friend defined: Friend;…

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Pay it Forward - People!

Posted on October 23, 2009 at 3:33am 1 Comment

A few years ago I saw a profound little movie called "pay it forward" which was about a little boy who ran into a person who did a good deed for him and he was obligated to do a good deed for another person even if it was a perfect stranger? That movie was a very special movie to me, because it showed random acts for kindness from one person to the next. I've always been a helping stranger type of person but after seeing that movie I became more conscious towards helping my fellow man/woman if… Continue

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At 12:11pm on September 10, 2011, Gwen Triche said…

Greetings My Friend! and Thank You for the Welcome! I Love what they are doing with LPB. I hope to be a part of the LPB vendor's family! I Love the Arts and showing people how to Eat to Heal their Bodies...Check out my web site for more info on what I do...'its my nature to Pay it Forward I learned from my Grandmother'. I Loved how You explained it! May God Continue to Bless You and Yours...FREEAFFREECA

At 2:27pm on June 3, 2011, enhager said…

How long are you here for ?

 

At 7:25am on March 29, 2011, Gehrig said…
i sure miss the hood i went to dorsey and lived on valley ridge back in the day looking forward to a good chat r u on facebook?
At 2:03pm on January 30, 2011, Stevie Mack said…

Hi Ernie Mixon, I got some funny videos posted at my website, get your laugh on and  then…laugh some more! Check ‘em out here: http://www.steviemack.com


At 6:25pm on January 26, 2011, enhager said…
I think of you often Ernie - glad you're back. Leimert Park Beat is growing more and more like Leimert Park Village every day. I love that and I'm glad you're back from Vegas. If you're in the USC or Leimert area give me a holla. I'll buy. Eddie
At 5:12am on May 11, 2010, ColoredPeople.net said…
Greetings! How have you been?
At 7:47am on March 9, 2010, Ernie Mixon said…
Eric .. BTW ... I took the liberty of posting your brillant essay on Obama going after Bush for war crimes... one of my friends ... Gwen Woods agreed and posted a long reply... check it out on my profile whe you get a chance.
At 7:44am on March 9, 2010, Ernie Mixon said…
http://mixitupmusic1a.wordpress.com/

Great minds think alike bro... :) .... I've done the same thing with the Jazz Greats .. check me out... make sure you take a look at my links on the right side of the blog... I think you will like it.... do you have a link to yours?
At 6:04am on March 9, 2010, Eric L. Wattree said…
Thanks, Ernie,

I've done a series of these Jazz portraits. I'll be posting others in the near furture, maybe Dexter Gordon and Jackie McLean.

I'm glad you can appreciate them. Too mny of us are forgetting, or were never aware of, our roots.

Eric
At 11:17am on February 22, 2010, ColoredPeople.net said…
Hi Ernie! How have you been?
 
 
 

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