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Tsebiyah Derry.
Wedding bells recently rang out for actress Keisha Knight Pulliam, who married her fiance, fellow actor Brad James in an intimate ceremony at their home in Atlanta. The former Cosby child star posted on social media, “Last week my life forever changed. I married my best friend at our home surrounded by family and it was magical!” The newlyweds met in 2019 on the set of the TV movie “Pride and Prejudice: Atlanta.” This is the second marriage for Pulliam, who shares daughter, Ella, 4 with her ex-husband, former NFL player Ed Hartwell.

Following her Hot Girl Summer, Tsebiyah Derry is now serving up a Fierce Female Fall! Continuing her quest to conquer the global pandemic through her singing, acting, song writing and poetry, Derry is producing, directing and performing in “Tangled Up In Strings,” A Survival Celebration Concert on Oct. 11, 2021. Using a $5,000 grant from New York City Artist Corps, Derry is presenting this afternoon of live music and poetry outdoors on the Green on Broadway between 35th & 36th Streets in midtown NYC. at 3 pm. If it rains, the performance will be moved inside to the Tank’s theater space at 312 W. 36th Street between 8th & 9th avenues. Looking forward to showcasing her fellow performers in this concert, Derry says, “It will be nice to pay my friends for their brilliance and put on a really cool show.”

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Catwalk for Charity announced actress, talk-show host, author and reality TV star, Garcelle Beauvais will be the 2021 “Fashion Meets Philanthropy” Award Recipient of this year’s Catwalk for Charity Brunch & Fashion Show. The 7th annual charity event will take place on Sunday, Oct. 24, 2021 at the Ritz Carlton Key Biscayne in Miami, Florida from noon – 4 pm and will feature a stunning runway show by Los Angeles based fashion designer Trang Phung. Musical entertainment will be provided by the world-famous Grammy award winners, the Gypsy Kings. The event will benefit children from Miami’s underserved communities, and those in abject poverty in Haiti.

Book cover of “Last Call For A Deadly Diva.” Book cover design by Nuance Art

Producing music events since 2001 at New York City venues like Birdland, B.B. Kings, and the Jazz Standards, Roz Nixon understands the dearth that performing artists are experiencing after the March 2020 shutdown due to the COVID-19 virus. So she is reprising Roz Live at The Aloft Hotel, now in its second season, a Music Series that will present some of the top jazz, blues & RIB artists of our time. Running from Oct. 13 – Dec. 21, 2021, these shows will be safely streaming live from the Aloft in Harlem, 2296 Frederick Douglas, Blvd, NYC, co- sponsored by The Jazz Foundation of America.org. “Meet The Authors” celebrating Yours Truly’s new novel “One Last Deadly Play” will kick off Roz Live” on Oct. 13 from 6:30-9 pm.

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