Ketrick "Jazz" Copeland was born and raised in Senatobia, Mississippi, a small town 30 minutes South of Memphis, Tennessee. He attended Rust College and earned a B.A. degree in Television Productions. He has worked at major television stations as a videographer and editor. Ketrick was a professional show basketball player for 7 years and retired in 2008 to pursue acting. He has appeared in several commercials, indie feature films, short films, student films, and industrial videos.
Historic LoDo: Kat Von D, the charismatic star of TLC’s hit show LA Ink, sign her new book The Tattoo Chronicles, which gives fans an unscripted and uncensored look at a crucial year in her personal and professional life. Featuring a rich anthology of intimate entries from her diary, plus a wealth of personal memorabilia, sketches, and photography shot by Kat especially for the new book, The Tattoo Chronicles reveals the passions, frustrations, and creative process of the real Kat Von D, one of the world’s most renowned tattoo artists.
Cleo Parker Robinson is founder, artistic director and choreographer of the 40+ year-old Denver-based artistic institution, Cleo Parker Robinson Dance. She leads a professional dance Ensemble, Youth Ensemble, a School of Dance, an International Summer Dance Institute, a 300 seat theatre that bears her name, and a myriad of community outreach programs.
In December 2010, the Police Department moved into its new home. The new station allows the department to provide services to the community in a more efficient manner. The 53,000-square-foot facility accommodates all police functions under one roof.
Ketrick Copeland from Voices of Reality interviews professional Denver actor, Bill LeVasseur. Voices of Reality vs. Colorado Kings is a professional basketball team based in Aurora, CO. the state’s only ABA expansion basketball team since the Denver Nuggets
You Can Begin Again, and You Can Begin Again Too Inc. seek to reach young women, 18-25, who lack family, family support, educational preparation, financial resources, or who are young mothers without adequate education, training , or a combination of barriers that prevents them from leading productive, disciplined lives as adults..
African Americans have served proudly in every great American war. Over two hundred thousand African American servicemen fought bravely during the Civil War. In 1866 through an act of congress, legislation was adopted to create six all African American army units.