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COLD HEAT NEWS » Featured Article, People, Philantrophy » The Princess and the Prince or at least “the ghost” of the late artist, known as Prince will take a bite out of the Big Apple, August 2016, G.O.D Awards Concert.

The Princess and the Prince or at least “the ghost” of the late artist, known as Prince will take a bite out of the Big Apple, August 2016, G.O.D Awards Concert.

The Princess  and the Prince or at least “the ghost” of the late artist, known as Prince will take a bite out of the Big Apple, when the whirlwind humanitarian smorgasboard, laden with celebrities, world leaders, great dining,  culminates  with the honoring of humanitarians, and sealed with a kiss from a concert, befitting  a king, as The G.O.D Awards, smashes into the hearts and minds of The United Nations Community from August 17-August 20, 2016, at Social Hall, #4 West 43rd St. New York 10036. The proceeds will go towards We Care for Humanity, the nonprofit of its facilitator, Princess Raden Dato’Seri Maria Amor Torres, DK, DD.


This star studded affair,  called The 4th Annual G.O.D. Awards, traditionally honoring humanitarians——— conferred the titles, “GLOBAL OFFICIALS OF DISTINCTIONS”———— contains a hot musical  diamond,  forged and honed amongst  THE INTENSITY  of networking and book signings, will not only afford music lovers,   according to their  ages and various proclivities ,the opportunity to also meet, greet and hear, in addition to   not only , the magic of Alston Koch, , Morris Hayes, an associate and ex musical director of the late great Minnesota musical genius, Grammy  and Oscar Award winner, Prince,  but also, other performers and honorees such as The former Presidents of Croatia, Ecuador; former Vice President of Kenya and former Prime Minister of Nepal;

Consequently, One can see that THE BIG APPLE  will be rocking so hard in mid August that it will be not only visible from The Hubble telescope, seen by many all over the world via Mana-tv, New Jersey, internet, live streaming but also felt internationally; This event is a multi-faceted socio-humanitarian charity event that walks and breathes like a well choreographed Broadway play—-the faces, identities, and heart beats are all real however, and We Care for Humanity is playing for “keeps”. The game being played, as it were, is the dissemination of love, humanity, great memories and the generation of life saving funds which will, via We Care for Humanity, be dispersed to the underprivileged worldwide.  It should be easy to see that The G.O.D AWARDS  and its Concert marks The United Nations as the hottest spot to be in mid August. Be there. Help somebody while having fun! 

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I was born in Fountainbleu in Paris France to an army family. My father ,Ruben Smith, and my mother Nancy Smith, worked for the Army and as a school teacher in France, respectively.We are originally from the South. My father’s people from Misissippi and Alabama and my mom’s from South Carolina. I am an avid sports fan and I attended and played sports----football, wresting, and track----- at Bishop England High School, in Charleston, South Carolina; my mom chose both a Catholic high school and an elementary school, Immaculate Conception, for my sister and I. Initially, I wasted a lot of time in school pursuing sports and partying but nevertheless,I went to the College of Charleston, The University of South Carolina, where I majored in Journalism, Advertising and Public Relations, with a minor in Theatre and Speech. I finally graduated from The University of Redlands, in Redlands, CA with a degree in business management. I managed to get into SAG-AFTRA, mostly as an extra, but I have done an occasional speaking stint here and there—CD-ROMs, experimental and industrial films, and voice overs in radio. My most recent endeavor was playing a doctor on "Grey's Anatomy". I like horror, love, thrillers, and I like to read. Weightliftingand jogging are some of my hobbies also. Interestingly enough, my family prepared me for a life on the move, as I have been to every state in The USA except for Alaska and Hawaii. I have an older sister who chose the teaching profession and is doing quite fine. What was i like as a child? Well I tend to think that I existed and flourished within "a culture of hate"--------however South Carolina has ceased and desisted with both "The jim Crow Laws' and flying the Confederate Flag------------I witnessed "colored only" bathrooms, and was in establishments where the Klan showed up. I stayed at hotels where my family and I found pounds of raw CHITTERLINS---hogs guts----- at our doorstep!! But don't get me wrong, as despite these ugly truths about the South, I grew up with some very cool whites, mexicans, Filipino's and other races. But it is what it is. It has Metamorphosized into being a cultural and real estate melting pot, as many from other states are recently flocking there for the cheaper home prices, very stable, safer lifestyle and "bible belt" mentality, and affordable education. I too have Metamorphosized , as I am not the militant little athletic, and partying freak I used to be and have settled into writing for Cold Heat News and assisting We Care for Humanity with their charitable functions. Consequently, I am pretty much a normal army brat who has realized that life is what you make it and people and things are subject to change. So change with life and let by gones be by gones. My dad has since passed away, and my mom and sister and most of my cousins are still alive, but their positive,significant influence, along with the impact my elementary and high school friends have had on me continues on;infact, I believe, where it not for my childhood friends, my high school football Coach Jack Cantey and occasional teenage battles with my dad, I would have become a gang member! Thus my personal manifesto is, Live hard, party when it is time, and utilize both education, and Love for God, and know that FAMILY AND FRIENDS are most important;They're one's conduit for a viable and happy life. ALSO, A FRIEND IN NEED IS A FRIEND---NOT A "FAIR WEATHER"------INDEED.

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