DJ C BRIEF BIO: MC/RADIO PERSONALITY
A touch of Jazz with your host
JAZZ Live On 88.1 FM / POWERWVSR1360.US Internet Radio
University City, Philadelphia, PA
Wednesdays afternoon. From 4PM to 7PM
Playing Jazz Music Now!
Nationally known jazz/old school/classic oldies but goodies expert and former music program director for citywide concerts and cabarets / MC and host of R and B Soul and Classics, DJ C’s smooth voice is familiar to jazz audiences as host of A Touch of Jazz Show at WPEB 88.1 FM in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
From West Park Housing in West Philadelphia, DJ C learned about jazz and rhythm from his record spinners and cd playing friends. He grew up listening to pop rhythmic music, dance music, gospel music, as well as reggae music broadcasting on the top radio stations. In high school DJ C mixed funk, and soul from the late ‘60’s through the early ‘90’s studying how musicians played instrumentals in bands.
DJ C generously donates his time to community causes, involving peace, anti-drugs, and music education workshops.
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Wednesday, January 6, 2010
Condensed Autobiography Van Stone - Born Courtfighter: Journey Through Unknown Courts
Meet Newspaperman and Courtfighter Van Stone
Above: Image Supporting Van Stone's
I have been asked many, many times about how I came to be a newspaperman and courtfighter involved with the Philadelphia Front Page News, and forced to deal with the Media Delaware County Courthouse and the Philadelphia County Court. The first answer is that when I was a kid I love to read Bibles, the dictionary, and the Visual Encyclopedia of Science. Then I would write down what I read the best I could. Today, I still read these volumes. And I also love to read firefighter magazines. My first and second grade teacher, Mr. Herb Rogers, Jr., took us on a few field trips to the Philadelphia courts. Another reason is that my father could not read past second grade level literature, so I learned about writing early in my life. And I taught my dad how to read and write better when I was only a sixth grade school student.
I have written many books, articles, and opinion journals about the community, Bibles, legal matters, and Dragons. I like investigating, writing about famous people. I've written on many diverse subjects such as the Unknown Soldier, World History, Science, Myths, and Zombies. And I like to write about Historical Subjects: World Events, Cookery, Homes, Crafts, and Farming; Abraham and Sarah, Scrolls, Cleopatra, King Herod, Black Indians, John Adams, Samuel Adams, Frederick Douglas, Joseph Smith, Jr., Frederick Douglas, John Henry, Jehovah’s Witnesses, Adolf Hitler, NAACP, Jim Jones, Philadelphia, PA, and Harrisburg, PA. I like to write about Jimmy Carter and Ertha Kitt too. Some of my other opinion journals have been about Liza Minnelli, Tom Joyner, Steve Harvey, Denzel Washington, Jennifer Lopez, Will Smith, Jr., Judge Judith Sheindlin, Judge Greg Mathis, Jim Brown, LeBron James, and Michelle Obama. Also, I like to investigate stories about ordinary heroes like foster parents, firemen, (such as Philadelphia Fire Commissioner Lloyd Ayers), policemen, (such as Philadelphia Police Commissioner Charles Ramsey, Philadelphia Police Commissioner Office Support, Sergent Jeff Cambell), clergy, superheroes, monsters, and gargoyles. Also, I like to write historical news about greenhouses, teepees, the sari, the saxophone, the gavel, silhouettes, smoke and fire, the yoke, pillory, cats, and sables.
I hope you liked reading about my exciting Black American Indian, Independent Journey through Media Delaware County Courthouse and Philadelphia County Court Building.
Your soldier friend,