The Dr. Vibe Show
This episode starts another first for The Vibe and Vegas Show. For a long time, we have wanted to do some roundtables on various subjects with Black men. This episode starts that journey. We talk about "Blacks and The Media" with Anthony Mair from Harlem Underground Restaurant (http://www.harlemrestaurant.com/underground/), Graham Wong - President of Urban DNA Communications (http://www.urbandna.ca/), Eldean Dickenson of the Wheatfield Financial Group and comedian Dred Lee.During the roundtable, we not only speak and share about "Blacks and The Media" but also "What does it mean to be Black?", "What is the Black community?", "Is there a Black political movement?". It is a great chat!! Enjoy!!We would like to thank the participants for taking time to share. We have recorded a number of sessions with different Black men in which we discuss various topics. The episodes will be posted in the upcoming weeks. Please feel free to email us at info@blackcanadianman.comGod bless, peace, be well and keep the faith,Vibe and Vegasinfo@blackcanadianman.comhttp://thevibeandvegasshow.wordpress.com/

"Personal branding!" It is one of the hot items in today's world of self-development. We feel that there is no one better to explain and talk about "personal branding" than Ricardo McCrae.Ricardo is the sole owner of RicardoMcRae.com (http://www.ricardomcrae.com/) which is a leading web, design and branding company. RicardoMcRae.com helps companies gain competitive advantage with customers by developing creative and innovative solutions that get both reactions and results.Also, for the last 10 years, Ricardo also the force behind "Hook Me Up Rico" (http://www.hookmeuprico.com/). "Hook Me Up Rico" is a site where people sharing everything from jobs, tickets, free puppies, and movie passes to great restaurants, community events and news stories... You can contact Ricardo via his sites or via phone at (416) 944-3101.Please feel free to email us at info@blackcanadianman.comGod bless, peace, be well and keep the faith,Vibe and Vegashttp://thevibeandvegasshow.wordpress.com/info@blackcanadianman.com

Rochelle Dickenson is a parent-child advocate. She is the owner of a company called the Motivated Moms Club, as well as a trained mediator. She will be soon launching a new website centred around the concept of "It takes a village to accomplish great things" whether you are in Africa, the Caribbean, the U.S. or right here in Canada, she believes the concepts are universal. In addition, Rochelle has spoken to a wide variety of female audiences around health and wellness. She is also a licensed registered education savings plan representatives because studies have shown that many of societies' ills can be averted by unlocking the power of education and self. She may be contacted at 416.220.1547 or at info@motivatedmoms.ca Please feel free to email us at info@blackcanadianman.com God bless, peace, be well and keep the faith, Vibe and Vegas http://thevibeandvegasshow.wordpress.com/ info@blackcanadianman.com

"Are Black men still men?" We along with Dr. Geddes Clarke and Eldean Dickenson discuss this important question. Enjoy!!You can contact Dr. Clarke at:Email: dr.geddesclarke@gmail.comPhone: (647) 214-0288You contact Eldean Dickenson at:Email: info@wheatfieldfinancial.caPhone: (416) 416) 565-6520Please feel free to email us at info@blackcanadianman.comGod bless, peace, be well and keep the faith,Vibe and Vegasinfo@blackcanadianman.comhttp://thevibeandvegasshow.wordpress.com/
Category:Citizen Journalism -- posted at: 10:37am EDT

Health and wealth. These are two important aspects in life. In this episode, Dr. Geddes Clarke, a doctor of Naturopathy with his own business, "HEAL-THY-SELF" holistic health services and Eldean Dickenson from the Wheatfield Financial Group discuss the importance of health and wealth with Black men.Dr. Clarke's contact information is:Phone: (647) 214-0288Email: dr.geddesclarke@gmail.comMr. Dickenson's contact information is:Phone: (416) 565-6520Email: info@wheatfieldfinancial.caPlease feel free to email us at info@blackcanadianman.comGod bless, peace, be well and keep the faith,Vibe and Vegashttp://thevibeandvegasshow.wordpress.com/

In this episode, we talk and share with Mark Lewis. He talks about his long career in the information technology industry and the importance of owning your own career.You can find out more information on Mark at his website http://www.myspace.com/SchulichCISSPPlease feel free to email us at info@blackcanadianman.comGod bless, peace, be well and keep the faith,Vibe and Vegasinfo@blackcanadianman.comhttp://thevibeandvegasshow.wordpress.com/


We had a great response to the episode that featured Clarence Haynes and Anthony Mair. Thanks so much for the feedback and comments!!In this episode, Mr. Haynes talks about diabetes and Black men. It is great listening. Thanks to Anthony and the staff of Harlem Underground for allowing us to record this special event. Enjoy!!Please feel free to email us at info@blackcanadianman.comGod bless, peace, be well and keep the faith,Vibe and Vegasinfo@blackcanadianman.comhttp://thevibeandvegasshow.wordpress.com/


We recently mentioned that we had the opportunity to attend a great presentation by Dr. Dennis Kimbro in Toronto on January 29, 2010. We are pleased to offer you the presentation via audio for your listening pleasure. Please note that Mr. Kimbro's presentation was recorded with a portable MP3 recorder so the sound is not top notch. We were sitting right in front of Dr. Kimbro so the sound is okay. We would like to thank Robert Small of The Legacy Festival (http://www.thelegacyfestival.com/) for bring Dr. Kimbro to Toronto!! Please feel free to email us at info@blackcanadianman.com and visit our podcast site at http://thevibeandvegasshow.wordpress.com/God bless, peace, be well and keep the faith,Vibe and Vegasinfo@blackcanadianman.comhttp://thevibeandvegasshow.wordpress.com/


We have a Black/African History Month special!!!Recently,
Category:Citizen Journalism -- posted at: 9:10am EDT

On Tuesday, January 12, 2010, a great earthquake with a magnitude of 7.0 hit the island of Haiti. It is estimated that 250,000 people were killed due to the earthquake. It is estimated that 1.2 million Haitians have been left homeless. In our first roundtable of 2010, we along with Ann-Marie, Leslie and Michael discuss the earthquake and what the future holds in regards to rebuilding Haiti.Please feel free to email us at info@blackcanadianman.com and visit our podcast site at http://thevibeandvegasshow.wordpress.com/God bless, peace, be well and keep the faith,Vibe and Vegasinfo@blackcanadianman.comhttp://thevibeandvegasshow.wordpress.com/