The chefs have left the kitchen, but they’ll return in a week

Some of the liveliest commentary in town is to be heard just once a week, on the Breakfast Club. KAZI-FM community radio, at 88.7 on the dial, broadcasts this one-hour show from 8 to 9 every Friday morning. The chefs are the Reverend Frank Garrett, Jr. (whose Wake-Up Call is heard weekdays on KAZI from 7 to 8 am), Tommy Wyatt (editor and publisher of The Villager), and Akwasi Evans (editor and publisher of NOKOA – The Observer). The discussions are lively, the news is new, the gossip is hot, and the jokes are funny. The art of conversation lives. Today the guys closed with a reminder that polling places for the last day of early voting are open today until 7 pm and that the NAACP local offices will be open and offering voting assistance (476-6230) until 7 pm on Tuesday, the official election day. KAZI is difficult to catch in some parts of town, but I’m going to be within range next Friday for sure because I don’t want to miss the post-election wrap-up on the Breakfast Club.

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