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Sunday, December 12, 2010

The New Theme Song For Pelevision News Produced By Steve Tyson (aka Dj ear.2.ear)

  
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The New Theme Song For Pelevision News it sound like a old-school news show mixed with a new, uptempo feel

This Track Was Produced By Steve Tyson (aka Dj ear.2.ear)

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Saturday, December 11, 2010

C.S.O Thanksgiving Exclusive Interview




With The Opening Segment Of The C.S.O Thanksgiving Exclusive Interview, The C.S.O Staff Members Had Introduce Themselves & Describe What Their Favorite Music Is, Plus They Also Talk About On What Thanksgiving Mean To Them & What They Are Thankful For.


On The Continuation Of Part 1, The C.S.O Staff Members Reflects On What Do They Do When They Are Celebrating Thanksgiving.


In The Continuation Of Part 2, The C.S.O Staff Members Talks about in the response Of what makes celebrating thanksgiving with the people at C.S.O so special & how are the students & staff of c.s.o like a family to you.


The Last But Not Least Question. The C.S.O Staff Members response to How Are The Students & Staff Of C.S.O like A family to You.

Tuesday, December 7, 2010

HCZ Black Male: Re-Imagined Town Hall

HCZ Black Male: Re-Imagined Town Hall
By Ryan Ngala
[Harlem, New York] Today was a very special event going on at the main site of the Harlem Children's Zone
about 750 HCZ students have attend the town hall meeting for the black male: re-imagined just to see our special guests.
Russell Simmons,Lupe Fiasco, Nick Cannon & many more.
The entire HCZ maintenance had help not only with the equipment stuff but with the entire process for making this event even more possible,
& the rest of the audience has got a chance to see it for theirselves.

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Thursday, December 2, 2010

C.S.O Thanksgiving Exclusive Interview With Paul Kendrick

Ryan Ngala Interviews with Paul Kendrick as he talks about his family and all the things that he do when he's celebrating thanksgiving for the people he loves

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Friday, October 29, 2010

HCZ & I.M.P.A.C.T Peace March


HCZ & I.M.P.A.C.T Peace March
(Harlem,New York)
By Ryan Ngala



All The HCZ staff from C.S.O, E.T.C & Truce had gather around At The Main Site of the Harlem Children's Zone they had got their stuff & headed out across the street From Madison Ave,
to Lenox ave & also at Frederick Douglass Boulevard it was only for boys & men as they said there little chant such as

"No more guns, No more grief, Peace Of The Streets Is What We Need",
"Where marching through the zone To save our own",

"Safe Halloween  For Our Sisters" &

"What Do We Want... Peace!!!, When Do We Want It Now". 

So The Hcz's Staff had said some couple of words to have all the young boys to be safe & sound at all times.

Friday, October 15, 2010

Fox And ABC Banning Lane Bryant Commercial

Lane Bryant is upset over Fox and ABC banning one of its ads. Showbiz Tonight talks with a panel about the controversy.

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Sunday, September 5, 2010

First African Methodist Episcopal Church Bethel 10th Annual Back To School Celebration

Rev. Sherisse Butler Addresses The Crowd

By Ryan Ngala

Harlem, New York

During the preaching of reverend Sherisse Butler’s message, the residents had went to the church for the 10th annual back to school celebration and a block party as parents had took their child to get their book bags after filling out a registration form for them as they got themselves in a straight line waiting for the first a.m.e bethel staff members to received and disturbed their book bags for other people in getting ready to go back to school they had a very special guest coming to this event including Bill Perkins and Charles B. Rangel which they where very honor to be here at this marvelous celebration.

Sunday, August 22, 2010

Bethel Gospel Assembly Annual Back To School Jam

Bethel Gospel Assembly Annual Back To School Jam

By Ryan Ngala

Harlem, New York

It was around 6pm in the evening earlier than the people would have even expected they had all sat down in the BGA sanctuary.
When It was 7pm and as the BGA annual back to school jam has just getting started Brother Llewellyn had started with the word of prayer and so did this one kid named Devonte who had also pray even Llewellyn did. So the BGA worship team had sing a song that was so uplifting and touching. Then Llewellyn and the entire people had sang the welcome song as visitors had came to bga and Llewellyn had play a game called "Who Do You Meet Today?".

So as Brother Clinton came to the altar he went solo in singing a song called "All I Have To Give", when his part was finished Sister Mari had recited a poem she wrote. After that Brother Llewellyn had addresses the department of youth services announcements and so as the offering so that the bga worship team could lead us in a song called "Arise O' God".

So as the sermon begin bga speaker Brother Elder Mack will shared some words on wisdom and encouragement his message from the sermon was "Every Little Bit Helps", and his quote on each keynote he said was "There Is No Limit Of What God Can Do", "Our Children Is Our Future", "We Have The Ability To Do What God Says We Can Do", "Old Man Dream Dreams", "Young Man See Visions", and "The Children Shall Prophecy".

After the sermon was over Elder Mark had close out with a miraculous prayer that he had ever pray, Then the kids had got up in line to get their school supplies and so did the parents starting with the grades beginning from 2nd-7th and 8th-12th. As they all went home leaving themselves some bag of chips, apples, and something to drink.

Bethel Gospel Assembly Annual Back To School Jam Questionnaire


Bethel Gospel Assembly Annual Back To School Jam
The Questions And Their Words 

In This Questionaire Sheet I had interview a total of 7 people 
in their reponse to the questions that i ask them

1. What Do You Like About The Sermon?

"The sermon reminded me that 
God has poured out his spirit 
to enable his children to 
accomplish the impossible"
-Sister Audrey

"I enjoyed the word about staying in school
 I was happy to learn that a 50 year old man 
 can still go to college and leave with a 3.8 grade
 point average"
-Brother Llewellyn 

"The sermon was reminded me how 
 God was pouring out his holy spirit to
 how his children that nothing is impossible"
-Kimberly, 17

"I appreciated the fact that Elder Mark encouraged 
 the parents that where there especially the new ones"
-Jerrel Burney

2. What Is Your Favorite Quote To The Message 
    That Elder Mark Was Preaching About?

"The young men shall dream dreams, the old men shall see
  visions and the children shall prophecy"
-Sister Audrey

"We do not have to wait for government to set the agenda for our kids.
 We can stand up now for ourselves and set the agenda for our kids."
-Jerrel Burney

"Old men shall dream dreams, young men shall see visions, 
 and children shall prophecy"
-Kimberly, 17

3. Who Do You Want To Give A Shout Out To?
    Who Do You Inspire Or Admire To?

"The person that inspires me the most is my mom 
 because she has been through a lot and still helps me
 in my time of need."
-Mari, 19

"The person that inspire me is Serena Williams because
 she helps me play tennis"
-Jada 

"The person I admire at church is my pastor because he
 loves the lord. The person I admire at church is Elder Mark 
because he's a good elder to the church"
-Jeremiah

"I want give to a shout out to sis lonett because she was
 there since my mom died. I inspire Elder Darren and Diantte"
-Kimberly, 17

"I want to inspire most to the students that have had a hard time
 with academic performance. Sometimes we just need the right
 kind of encouragement to give us the neccesary boost of confidence
 to peform at a greater capacity"
-Jerrel Burney

On Behalf Of The Pelevision News Team I Would Like To Thank 
The Bethel Gospel Assembly For Making This Event Possible

I Would Also Like To Thank 
Sister Audrey
Brother Llewellyn 
Jerrel Burney
Kimberly
Jada 
Jeremiah
Mari

For Their Time And Their Support
God Bless You!!!

My Family's Trip To Governor's Island



By Ryan Ngala

Harlem, New York

Chapter One: To Governor’s Island We Go

As we left home my Mom, Florence, Wendy, Abel and I all walked down to 125th Street and Lexington Avenue, just to buy some lunch from McDonald’s. As we left I saw some coins fall on the street and I decided to pick it up. However my sisters told me that I should stop. But I didn’t listen and they walked ahead. I had to run as fast I can to catch up, but the car was right behind me and for a second there I thought I was going to be road kill but I knew I was going to be safe with God’s grace. Then Me, my Mom and the rest of my siblings went to the subway station on the east side section of 125th Street and took it all the way down to the bowling green station that took us to governor’s island ferry. Me and the rest of the family had got on the boat, and when we arrived we had to run to get some free bikes. But turns out it’s only free on Friday at least one exercised. So me and the rest of my family went all the way back to the dock, to wait for the next boat that can takes us back to Brooklyn.

Chapter Two: To Brooklyn Here We Are
But while in Brooklyn Abel, Wendy, and Florence went to the water park and my mom went on the swings. Then the family and I got on the New York water way boat and went straight back to the same spot at governor’s island.

Chapter Three: Back To Governor’s Island
My Mom was a little bit hungry so Abel, Florence, and I all went to the vending machine where my mom had bought herself a bag of sun chips, and while she was buying Abel, Florence and Wendy were all looking for change for $5.00. Then when they got it they all put in $2.00 cause the soda cost $1.50 and all that was left was just 50 cent so they just use $1.00 to add 50 cent with it and bought two bottles of sprite. One for Abel and I to share and one for my sisters. After that me and the rest of  the family went to the veronica’s kitchen and we ordered something to eat I order a hot dog, Florence order a b.b.q chicken, and Wendy and Abel just bought some drinks and my Mom paid for all of us. Later Abel had told us to walk on Clayton road in order to find a golf course and as when we found it I saw a sculpture of a pineapple house and a model of futurama as well. My Mom and my siblings had some fun while throwing a Frisbee to each other also passing it to one another while they where walking and so was I. I and my Mom was walking for a couple of minutes as we almost run to get ourselves out here my siblings told me and my Mom to hurry up cause the boat was already there but unfortunately it was too late, we just have to wait for the next one to come.

Chapter Four: There Goes The Boat 
Then the New York water way boat, came our way and I and the rest of the family where the first ones on the boat and we were on the upper level deck. As we was arriving back to Manhattan, I had met three friendly people who loved New York as much as I do and they were Benjamin Schwarze, Yuko Morikawa, and Chiaki Kiyohara they had seen the New York feature once I had a chance to a take a picture of  them, the picture was so crystal clear.

Chapter Five: Were Going Home
Then the boat arrived to Manhattan as we took off, but Florence, Wendy and I met a camera lady and she took each one of us our own picture and Wendy had taken her a picture and Florence had given her own e-mail addresses written on a piece of paper. Then we took the subway station and went on the number four train my Mom, Florence, Wendy, Abel and I all have plans of where we wanted to be a place where we called home.




Thursday, August 19, 2010

E.T.C SUMMER EXPO 2010

By Ryan Ngala

Harlem, New York | Thursday August 19, 2010

A gallery presentation is open in both the E.T.C Robeson room and the E.T.C Mac lab; it started at 1:00-3:00pm. First I went to the presentation for the “Make Some Noise” at the E.T.C Computer Lab that started at 1:45-2:30pm. Then I went to the rise up exhibition and I saw pictures and ads in every one of them, I saw the mural of different drawings and paintings. I went to the E.T.C Mac lab for the forever young exhibition and I saw a sculpture of the hcz model and the entire neighborhood and a collage. At the tutor room I saw the group called “The Roots” as they were practing for their part of the show as they were stepping and doing their thing. So as the make some noise were getting started the performers who got up to say their part were Leland and Terrance Buckner. I saw a blog for the make some noise site at bestofmakesomenoise.tumblr.com and there were always some refreshments along the way.

At 2:36pm the musical theatre show at the E.T.C tutor room was just getting started and everybody was taken their seats to sit down there were music playing, drummers drumming and so fore. First group was the roots as they were chanting and stepping at the same time, Then Geoffrey has host many plays such as “Birthday Parties” and “The Broken Hearted Girl”, after that they had play the drums especially nick. But unfortunately Tai Garcia the Junior Advisor is leaving the E.T.C Building and as a member of the E.T.C family it was announced by the program director of E.T.C James Horton and for which she is actually leaving the building for tomorrow.

Wednesday, August 18, 2010

The C.S.O Students @ The HCZ C.S.O BBQ PARTY

It’s party time, as the students and cso staff members were attending the bbq party. There were some refreshments that students had something to eat and were thirsty too. It started at 5:00pm, as they relax and chat for a couple of minutes and receive a raffle ticket to be the next winner and a name tag just to put on their shirt. After that most of the students had receive their award for their hard work, and they play some games after the awards were given out. As the cso staff members were enjoying a very good time.

Thursday, August 12, 2010

The 16th Annual HCZ Peace March


Harlem, New York [Wednesday August 11, 2010]
By Ryan Ngala
The Season has change this year in 2010, as the hcz peace march has just getting started.
The HCZ Peace March will start and end on 137th Street and Frederick Douglass Boulevard all the way to 143rd Street and Lenox Avenue Where the Harlem Armory Is.  There are over one thousand students and staff members in each different programs such as the Employment & Technology Center (ETC), Countee Cullen Community Center (CCCC), Truce, and Truce Fitness, Harlem Children’s Zone Community Center, Learn to Earn (LTE), & many more, they had shouted a chant such as “Running for school, Not for jail” and many more, they had so much fun.
When each program group had went inside at the Harlem armory they had sit in their own regular spots to see their own trademarks on the back of their t-shirts. Then they had a questionnaire sheet that they had to answer to. After that it was on for the show as many students perform on stage, then awards were given out to students, then they had a Harlem Children’s Zone Candle Light Memorial in remembrance to the love ones they’ve lost, and when it was all over the HCZ staff members had clean up and had sent every students at the Harlem armory back home.

Monday, July 19, 2010

Teen Rape By Ryan Ngala

There’s has been rapist that is going around the world and where reporters are searching for answers Who?, What?, When?, Where?, Why? & How?. You see teens like boys & girls that they get rape in a quick second and not worrying about themselves or whether their parents are worrying about them. Imagine yourself being the ones if you see adults that don’t know who you are, where you live or where you come from because rape is something that someone can attack you as your prime target and not knowing what’s going to come for you next. You heard it in news and you see it everywhere and anywhere you go there’s always a story behind it and to always know that GOD is there to protect you. You have a decision, and a choice to neither walk away from that person or to be with them forever. Where you see yourself behind bars and not knowing where your life has been gone to far for anyone else to be in so much trouble where teens are always hanging out in the streets and not knowing where they are going to. It always find out some way that teens could be in serious danger and not knowing it for themselves. There’s always gonna be some way that teens from 14-17 years of age that they will rape you and you’ll be gone before you know it for yourself. You need to be careful for yourself and knowing where you suppose to be and not to be rape by. You should always prevent yourself to not be rape by anybody or anyone.

Thursday, July 1, 2010

Smoking Baby is Real


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CBS News Exclusive: The Indonesian smoking baby video was an Internet sensation that left many in disbelief. CBS News cameras found the boy in a small fishing village with a lit cigarette in his hand

Saturday, June 19, 2010

A. P. Students At The Senior BBQ Party

[ Harlem, New York ] At A. Philip Randolph Campus High School it was 11am as students had arrived to their senior bbq as they were waiting for refreshments such as Hot Dogs & Burgers to be cooked as A. P. Staff members were serving them.

Ms. McShall and Ms. Hugh had given out senior yearbooks to students and for A. P. Students who were given out T-Shirts to students.

Later the A. P. Students had their own share of desserts such as cake and ice cream.

Friday, June 11, 2010

My Trip to Six Flags

(Harlem, New York-Thursday June 10, 2010)

It was 8:30am in the morning as the students had arrived to A. Philip Randolph Campus High School as they were waiting to swipe there I.D cards as they brought their parent consent forms and waiting for their names to be called to get their tickets to six flags.

It was 3 buses that I saw and all the students had got in, it’s an hour and a half or a two hour ride to New York all the way to six flags in Jackson, New Jersey. When they got there one of the deans Courtney had stop by three of the buses and were given further instructions of how six flags runs and how it goes.

During my six flags trip I had went some of the rides that I like including the carousel, parachutes, the great american scream machine, the big wheel and the blackbeards lost treasure train. I also went to the skull mountain as I see a scary pumpkin; ghost and I also walk around to the mountain. I also went to the sky drive as I saw many trees and rollercoaster rides while I was getting on.

I saw a six flags show presentation for the group of team green beach patrol were they talk about how to “reduce, reuse, and recycle”, going green for the community, environment and the entire world and to keep the pool clean.

But honestly for all the rides that I have went to I had never been scare in my life but is how you show that you are proven to be brave and courages and never doubt on yourself.

The Students had arrived back to school at 9:00pm.
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