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Rosh Hashana (End) Tu 1

International Coffee Day Tu 1

World Vegetarian Day Tu 1

German-American Day Su 6

Yom Kippur We 9

Leif Erikson Day We 9

World Mental Health Day Th 10

International Day of the Girl Fr 11

Sukkot (Start) Su 13

Columbus Day Mo 14

World Food Day We 16

St Luke Fr 18

Sukkot (End) Su 20

Shemini Atzeret Mo 21

Simchat TorahTu 22

National Nut Day Tu 22

United Nations Day Th24

Diwali (Hindu Festival) Su27

National Chocolate day Mo 28 - National Cat Day Tu 29

Halloween Th 31​


Selichot Sa 1
Labor Day Mo 3
International Day of Charity We 5
International Literacy Day Sa 8
Rosh Hashana (Start) Su 9
Grandparents Day Su 9
Islamic new year Tu 11
Patriot Day Tu 11
Rosh Hashana (End) Tu 11
International Day of Democracy Sa 15
Constitution Day Mo 17
National Cheeseburger Day Tu 18
Yom Kippur We 19
Ashura Th 20
St Matthew Fr 21
International Day of Peace Fr 21
September Equinox/Fall begins Sa 22
Oktoberfest (Start) Sa 22
World Rhino Day Sa 22
Sukkot (Start) Su 23
Sukkot (End) Su 30

Published on Jun 15, 2017

This is my FIRST FILM PROJECT that I wrote, directed, and produced. This was my FINAL PROJECT for my Production Techniques class at

American Intercontinental University. 

Raphael is preparing for his dinner date....meeting him for the very first time face to face, but he finds out that fate is not necessarily kind to anyone!

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Dishing TEA with Big Meach

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Live Broadcasts Wednesdays 1 pm est.  BlogTalk Radio Network

Dishing TEA is a progressive and upbeat look at LGBT Culture examining those things which keeps us ticking... including celebrity interviews an the common an uncommon interest we share. In addition, Dishing TEA  will be shining a spotlight on those things that needs to be improved such as social injustices and internalized phobias within the culture.. Dishing TEA is open to all who will listen with an open mind as the show will give insight and distinguish between our Allies and our Adversaeries!!


This show is intended for Mature Audiences, the language and subject matters are NOT INTENDED  for children or anyone NOT MATURE ENOUGH  to handle the subject matters...


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in 2018

Halloween History

Halloween, also called All Hallow's Eve, occurs on the eve of the Western Christian celebration of All Hallow's or All Saints Day - a day set aside to honor all the Saints of Christendom.  Halloween is also a popular celebration with ties to the Celtic festival of Samhain, a celebration of the end of the harvest.  The name Halloween comes from the longer name 'All Hallow's Eve'.  In the US, this is a popular holiday for young and old and involves dressing up in costumes, harvest parties, and 'trick or treating'.  It is celebrated every year on the 31st of October.

In 1995, the General Assembly  of the United Nations (UN) adopted the World Programme of Action for Youth with the intention of establishing guidelines and policies for action and support that would lead to a brighter future for tomorrow's youth. The World Programme of Action for Youth, which consists of 15 priority areas, including education, employment, hunger and poverty, health, environment and drug abuse, paved the way for the UN's declaration of International Youth Day in 1999. Since its inception on August 12, 2000, International Youth Day has served to increase the quality and quantity of opportunities available to the youth to actively participate in society. 

"Night Games" starring Marrcelle Alford" 

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Juneteenth is the oldest nationally celebrated commemoration of the ending of slavery

in the United States.

From its Galveston, Texas origin in 1865, the observance of June 19th as the African American Emancipation Day has spread across the United States and beyond. Today Juneteenth commemorates African American freedom and emphasizes education and achievement. It is a day, a week, and in some areas a month marked with celebrations, guest speakers, picnics and family gatherings. It is a time for reflection and rejoicing. It is a time for assessment, self-improvement and for planning the future. Its growing popularity signifies a level of maturity and dignity in America long over due. In cities across the country, people of all races, nationalities and religions are joining hands to truthfully acknowledge a period in our history that shaped and continues to influence our society today. Sensitized to the conditions and experiences of others, only then can we make significant and lasting improvements in our society. 

Orlando to Remember Pulse Victims on Anniversary of Nightclub Shooting
"What happened at Pulse was the darkest day in our city’s history, and we continue to grieve for the victims and fight for those who are still suffering," Orlando City Commissioner Patty Sheehan said in a statement. "This June 12, our entire LGBTQ community and our allies need to stand together and continue to show that we are a strong, united city that responds with love."

"No Time for the Pain"

Atlanta-Detroit 2019


Atlanta-Detroit 2019

5 Mo Artists - Dishing Tea Entertainment Present "No Time for the Pain", an original theatrical production written by native Detroiter Demetris "Big Meach" Taylor. Host of the hit Blog Talk Radio Network show, "Dishing Tea with Big Meach" as well as TV’s "Atlanta’s Up and Rising". Peter Jackson Artistic Director

5 Mo Artists is the Executive Producer. 

"Family ties are shattered and destroyed when fraternal twins, Danielle and Eric, confront one another on the issues of Betrayal, Infidelity, and HIV" 

"No Time for the Pain" is a fulfilled, side splitting piece of theatrical entertainment and is an intricate journey through life and LGBT culture from an African American experience. It gives the audience a chance to take a look and see the similarities between all walks of life and will promote dialogue as it tackles some of life’s pressing issues that most think are only relevant to the LGBT experience: being on the down low, sexual orientation, gender identity, abandonment, and crisis intervention.