The Dr. Vibe Show
Flower Pryce shares with us a story about her son overcoming a major physical injury. The world renown Hospital For Sick Children in Toronto played a major part in Flower's son's recovery. This has caused Flower to start an organization called "Perfect 10" whose goal is to help the many children that are in the Hospital Sick Children. Flower shares the "Perfect 10" story with us. Enjoy!!"Perfect 10" is holding a fundraiser on Sunday, October 10, 2010 at the Ritz Caribbean Food at 77 Lower Jarvis Street in Toronto. For more tickets or event information:Phone: (416) 434-6932 Web: http://www.1perfect10.webs.com/Email: perfect10@live.caFacebook: Flower PerfectFeel free to email us at info@blackcanadianman.com. If you live in North America, you can leave us a voice mail at 1-866-280-9385.God bless, peace, be well and keep the faith,Vibe and Vegasinfo@blackcanadianman.comhttp://thevibeandvegasshow.wordpress.com/Twitter: http://twitter.com/vibeandvegas

Roger Dundas of Kingston 6 Entertainment and Ryan Singh of Ryan Singh Enterprises are presenting the play "Sex, Relationships and Sometimes Love" starting on Friday, September 24, 2010 at The Annex Live Restaurant & Live Music Venue (http://www.theannexlive.com/). We had the opportunity to speak with three of the cast members: Mary Goldman, Kelly-Marie Murtha and Gregory Cruikshank about the play, why they are so excited about doing the play for a second time and what they think audiences will get from the play. Please note that the play is for mature audiences only. Enjoy!!For more information about the play including where to purchase tickets, please go to http://www.sexrelationshipsandsometimeslove.ca/_/Home.htmlFeel free to email us at info@blackcanadianman.com and visit our podcast site at http://thevibeandvegasshow.wordpress.com/. If you live in North America, you can leave us a voice mail at 1-866-280-9385 (toll free).God bless, peace, be well and keep the faith,Vibe and Vegasinfo@blackcanadianman.comhttp://thevibeandvegasshow.wordpress.com/


For Robert Chambers, music is the one of the keys to his life and success. From he was four years old, he knew that music would lead him to higher ground. During this interview, Robert shares his story with us from some of the challenges growing up in a church family with six brothers and sisters, to working full-time and going to college full-time, to coming to the realizing the music would be his mission. He also talks about the importance about knowing about the business side of music. Robert has released two albums with two more albums scheduled for release next year. He also developed a revolutionary music program called, "The Any Key Music System" (http://www.anykeymusic.com/).Its focus is to equip anyone, who follows this system, to be able to Master the Art of Playing the Piano by Ear . He also plans to release a music book next year.If that is not keeping him busy enough, he also teaches music and has just celebrated his first wedding anniversary. By the way, he and his wife are planning to release a singles book on dating in February 2011. Does he sleep? Enjoy!!If you wish to contact Robert, here is his contact information:http://www.robertchambers.ca/home.html (website)info@robertchambers.ca (general email)booking@anykeymusic.com (booking email)416-702-2567 (Telephone)Feel free to email us at info@blackcanadianman.com and visit our podcast site at http://thevibeandvegasshow.wordpress.com/. If you live in North America, you can leave us a voice mail at 1-866-280-9385 (toll free).God bless, peace, be well and keep the faith,Vibe and Vegasinfo@blackcanadianman.comhttp://thevibeandvegasshow.wordpress.com/
Category:Citizen Journalism -- posted at: 4:40pm EST

Wherever Black Canadian men are going, it is Black Canadian men are going to take them there.One Black Canadian man that is committed to taking Black Canadian men to a better place is Michael Couteau. Michael was first elected in November of 2003, and re-elected in 2007 as the School Board Trustee representing Don Valley East in Toronto. He is running for a third term as School Board trustee for Don Valley East.Michael shares his growing up years, experiences and thoughts with us from growing up in a challenging neighborhood, getting interested in politics as a junior high, being a Black man in Korea as a young man, working in the not for profit world, winning his first election at 30 years old and why education and Black men voting is so important.If you would like to find out more about Michael, please visit http://www.michaelcoteau.com/index.html or you can contact his campaign office at (416) 750-0054.Please feel free to email us at info@blackcanadianman.com and visit our podcast site at http://thevibeandvegasshow.wordpress.com/. If you live in North America, you can leave us a voice mail at 1-866-280-9385.God bless, peace, be well and keep the faith,Vibe and Vegasinfo@blackcanadianman.comhttp://thevibeandvegasshow.wordpress.com/Twitter: http://twitter.com/vibeandvegas

In this episode, we speak and share with Paulton McKenzie, producer of the show, Caribbean Headline News. Caribbean Headline News is a news show on Rogers cable (Ontario, Canada) reporting on local events, issues, and talent. It also covers news stories from the Caribbean. The show airs every second Saturday at 12 noon. It is going into its second season (starting on September 11, 2010) on television. It has been online at http://www.caribbeanheadlinenews.com/ for 2 ½ years.During this episode, Paulton tells us his story about growing up and overcoming. We will interview him about Caribbean Headline News in the near future. Enjoy!!If you would like to contact Paulton, feel free to email him at: info@caribbeanheadlinenews.com.Feel free to email us at info@blackcanadianman.com and visit our podcast site at http://thevibeandvegasshow.wordpress.com/. If you live in North America, you can leave us a voice mail at 1-866-280-9385.God bless, peace, be well and keep the faith,Vibe and Vegasinfo@blackcanadianman.comhttp://thevibeandvegasshow.wordpress.com/Twitter: http://twitter.com/vibeandvegas

In this episode, we talk and share with musical performer Richilous. Richilous talks about growing up in and memories of Jamaica, his first musical performance, coming to Canada on Valentine's Day, his past and current musical influences, the importance of knowing the business side of the music business and being a "musical triple threat". Enjoy!!We would like to thank Richilous for taking the time to speak and share with us. If you would like for information, please go to http://www.sonicbids.com/epk/epk.aspx?epk_id=245055 and http://www.myspace.com/richilous .Please feel free to email us at info@blackcanadianman.com. If you live in North America, you can leave us a voice mail at 1-866-280-9385 (toll free).God bless, peace, be well and keep the faith,Vibe and Vegashttp://thevibeandvegasshow.wordpress.com/info@blackcanadianman.comTwitter: http://twitter.com/vibeandvegas

September in Toronto means that summer is coning to an end, summer holidays are over and back to school for many people. But, it also means that it is time for the 35th Toronto International Film Festival which runs from September 9 - September 19. This year's festival features over 300 films, 122 world premieres from over 60 countries. In this episode, we speak and share with Cameron Bailey , the co-director of the Toronto International Film Festival. Cameron shares his story from his days growing up in England, to coming to Toronto, his journey to becoming the co-director of the biggest and most important film festivals in the world and the joy of being a father. If you would like more information on the festival, please go to http://tiff.net/. Enjoy!!We would like to thank Cameron for taking time to speak and share with us. Please feel free to email us at info@blackcanadianman.com. If you live in North America, you can leave us a voice mail at 1-866-280-9385 (toll free).God bless, peace, be well and keep the faith,Vibe and Vegashttp://thevibeandvegasshow.wordpress.com/info@blackcanadianman.comTwitter: http://twitter.com/vibeandvegas

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