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November 8, 2011

In this episode, host Chris Moore profiles a local woman, who at 102 years young, continues to bless her community with style and grace. Also, Tonia Caruso introduces viewers to a new dance craze called Bhangra and explains why it is particularly popular among college students. Chris also interviews the executive director of the Afro American Music Institute which will celebrate its 30th anniversary next year.


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In this episode, host Chris Moore profiles a local woman, who at 102 years young, continues to bless her community with style and grace. Also, Tonia Caruso introduces viewers to a new dance craze called Bhangra and explains why it is particularly popular among college students. Chris also interviews the executive director of the Afro American Music Institute which will celebrate its 30th anniversary next year.


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