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Take Each Moment Podcast

January 01, 2020

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The Darker the Berry... Tuesday Night Open Mic

June 19, 2018

Spoonfed NYC's "The Darker the Berry..." Open Mic is back and better than ever!

Hosted by Tatianna Mott
With Guest House Band Levon Fulmore & Child Support

We will be kicking off the bi-weekly Tuesday evening series on June 19th by celebrating Juneteenth and the 1-year anniversary of Spoonfed NYC!

Singers, musicians, poets, rappers, live painters, dancers, all are welcome!

To reserve a spot, email TMott@TakeEachMoment.com

Walk-in are also welcome!

Authentic homestyle Southern cuisine, tasty signature cocktails, and dope artists. What more can you ask for??

NYC 'Exposure' Listening Party

December 19, 2017

As some of you know, this September, Grammy-winning jazz bassist/vocalist Esperanza Spalding created her newest album "Exposure" during an intense 77-hour-long Facebook live stream. During this stream, she presold a set 7777 copies of the soon-to-be-created album. Fans all over the world are now gathering to listen to the much-anticipated finished product.


Come re-live the #Exposure experience at one of New York City's hottest new restaurants (owned and operated by Randy Witherspoon, chef for Hamilton the Musical and various Broadway casts).

There will be live music, art, and of course a full listen through of Esperanza's phenomenal album that we've all already grown to know and love...

(Oh, and possibly a few special guests. *hint hint 😉)

Date: Tuesday, December 19th
Time: 7-10pm
Location: Spoonfed NYC - 331 w 51 st

**$15 food/drink minimum**

This is a Team 77 event and is not affiliated with or sponsored by Esperanza Spalding.

October 30, 2016

The Duplex Cabaret Theatre

61 Christopher Street (at the Corner of 7th Avenue)

New York, NY 10014

To watch full show, click here: https://youtu.be/9fTzdbxWLe0

With all that's been going on in the world, many people have been wondering "has the world suddenly gone crazy, or has social media just allowed front-row seats to the preexisting crazy? And has that front-row access to the crazy actually made the world get crazier?" ...No. Yes. And maybe?


Unrest has always been a part of our world. Bob Marley, Harry Belafonte, Marvin Gaye, Michael Jackson, John Lennon and more have all sung about it over generations, but when you listen to their music today, it sounds like it was just written this week.

"Turn The World Around" is a show created to be simultaneously a break from reality as well as a tackling of it. On Sunday, October 30th, at 7pm, join actress Tatianna Mott at the Duplex for a night of feel-good music and fellowship, and be prepared to leave feeling better than when you arrived. We may not be able to create full blown World Peace, but when we take time to create peace within ourselves, we can bring that peace out into the world and watch it spread. 

$5 Ticket in Advance & a 2 Drink Minimum in the Cabaret Theatre*

$15 Ticket at the Door (plus service fee) & a 2 Drink Minimum in the Cabaret Theatre*

*Drinks Must be purchased In the Cabaret Theatre to count towards the Minimum.

Sunday, October 30th at 7:00pm EST

Presale Ends: 10/30/16 at 5:30pm EST

No One Under 21 Allowed

Doors open 30 minutes before show time.

QSCAN Annual Sickle Cell Walk

September 10, 2016

Queens Sickle Cell Advocacy Network, Inc.



Saturday, September 10, 2016.  


Starting at 160th St, between Liberty and Archer Avenue (near Jamaica Center) in Jamaica, Queens near (York College).  Take the "E" Train to the last stop (Jamaica Center) and walk to 160th Street, towards Liberty Avenue.  The Walk-A-Thon ends at Roy Wilkins Park's Merrick Blvd entrance where you will enjoy the ending festivities and the closing ceremony.


Please join Team Robert Stevenson in helping us raise money for the Queens Sickle Cell Advocacy Network and Sickle Cell Awareness month in honor of our beloved Rob.

Those of us who knew Rob, know that he is and was so much more than Sickle Cell, but keeping in light with his generous spirit, we are elated to be able to help give back to the community that walks a similar path.

For more information: http://qscanwalkathon2016.myevent.com/

Lights Out On Broadway presents "The Robert Stevenson Memorial Benefit Concert"

December 07, 2015

In association with…

Lights Out On Broadway

A Concert for the Robert Stevenson Miller Memorial Scholarship

December 7th, 2015 - 7:30-LATE

URBO 11 Times Square – Corner of 42nd St & 8th Ave

Free Admission


With Performances by:

Angela Birchett

Erica Buddington

Derrick Davis

Darien Dean

Michael Howard-Dossett

Tatianna Mott

Chondra Profit

Infinity's Song



Each Spring, a scholarship of $500 is awarded to up to three college-bound seniors at Roosevelt High School in Roosevelt, NY. All recipients are students who have been personally affected by Sickle Cell Disease or who plan to pursue studies in medical research or criminal justice (Rob's desired profession). Please help us honor Rob's memory by continuing his legacy of making a difference in his community.


For More information: https://www.facebook.com/RobertStevensonScholarship/

To donate items for the raffle, please email Tatianna Mott

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