Who Killed Miss Brown Sugar/Cassandra's Kid's Pageant Rant
Join in as we discover who killed Miss Brown Sugar? This is a person who we went to school with, that was found dead in a cane field near our small town of Clewiston. You also don't want to miss out on Cassandra's Kid Pageant Rant. This is not something you want to miss out on!
Miss Brown has owned and operated her art and framing business in Brooklyn (Clinton Hill Simply Art & Framing) for three decades. On this episode, she tells her story of marching in the March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom in 1963, how that experience has impacted her since, and what she's observing about today's protests in relation to those esteemed events she took part in nearly 60 years ago. Thank you for tuning in. And thank you, Miss Brown, for being on the show again!
Miss Brown of Worchester & Schoolmate Pays a Visit
Zoomer Radio's Theatre of the Mind
It's 1939 and we present the Screen Guild Theatre's production of "Miss Brown of Worchester". And stay tuned to move ten years later to 1949 for Duffy's Tavern where Archie the Bartender takes the call from his boss.
As a long-time business owner in Brooklyn's Clinton Hill, Ms. Brown believes in the power of art and the importance of protecting it. For nearly thirty years she has provided custom framing and art consultation to her customers, spreading good energy in her community all the while. In this episode, she explains more about her journey as an independent entrepreneur.