Inspired In New York Honors
PHILLIP BLOCH, CONSTANCE C. R. WHITE & KEVIN LILES
Event Date: TUESDAY, APRIL 24, 2012
NEW YORK CITY – PHILLIP BLOCH, acclaimed Television personality, host of “Cause Celeb with Phillip Bloch” on ABC News, CONSTANCE C. R. WHITE, Editor In Chief, Essence Magazine and KEVIN LILES world renown music mogul and Founder/CEO of KWL Enterprises are being honored by INSPIRED IN NEW YORK on April 24, 2012 at Tian At The Riverbank in Harlem, NY.
Attendance is by INVITE ONLY.
Phillip Bloch, Constance C. R. White and Kevin Liles were chosen to receive this recognition by the honorable Councilwoman Inez Dickens due to their many years as innovators and trendsetters in the arts media and entertainment industries. All honorees will receive a proclamation from New York for their contributions.
The crème de la crème of the entertainment industry will be in attendance to support and honor these trendsetters and innovators on their very special day.
Media Sponsor: Uptown Magazine.
Contributing Sponsors: CME Group, Promotional Pro, MEGA Personalities, International Festival Network, Lezplay Radio & MVC Productions.
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Seating is Limited and Only available for dining
When & Where
SKINNY the movie
A sharply scripted comedy film, THE SKINNY tells the story of four young, black, gay men (Magnus, Sebastian, Kyle, Joey) and their lesbian best friend (Langston), who meet up in New York City one year after their graduation from Brown University. Their plans for a weekend of fun start off well, relaxed in each other’s company as only old friends can be. But old tensions quickly resurface.
Drinking, drugs, hidden desire and the demands of promiscuity put friendship, trust and even lives at risk. In between sharp one-liners and a great soundtrack there’s a few important lessons that these pleasure-seekers must learn for themselves. Written with a real sense of the demands of urban living, these bright and believable characters will remind you of someone you know. Remaining true to his past work, Polk addresses issues in THE SKINNY that face the LGBT community such as date-rape, infidelity, and HIV/AIDS awareness.