• Interview With The Prince

    - As seen in the April/June 2012 issue of The INDIEgator, Pages 59-61. - Article Short Link   Official Website  │ Reverbnation │ Twitter │  Facebook  │ Youtube │ Myspace by Kitty Y. Williams I was so thrilled the day I got to finally meet and interview Prince Stamina last October (2011). I’d been a fan since the first time I heard his song “She Like My Profile” back on Myspace. The day before we met, I had driven to my hometown of Killeen, TX to visit family and tape some indie artist interviews for my TV show on Houston’s UTN at the time. Unfortunately the two interviews I had scheduled weren’t able to make it but I remembered that Prince Stamina happened to be in town that week and he agreed to stop by. Such a humble guy considering his busy schedule and especially my last minute request. He knocked, Lights, Camera Action and 15 minutes later we had what is still one of my most popular interviews on The Kitty Williams Show. We even filmed

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  • Martesha Haynes Puts Social Good In Action

    - As seen in the April/June 2012 issue of The INDIEgator, Pages 16-17. - Article Short Link  Facebook  │  Twitter One of the joys in doing my show is coming across organizations whose prime mission is doing something selfless and for the greater good of society. Social Good In Action (Houston, TX), headed by Martesha Haynes (right), is one such organization. I sat down with her Fall 2011 to get a better idea of how her idea came about and what type of impact she and her organization have had on a special population. ~ Kitty Y. Williams Kitty: How did u first get started and what is Social Good In Action? Martesha:  Social Good In Action (SGIA) is an organization that hosts fashion shows and concerts to raise money for children with Autism and other disorders. Kitty: What is your main reason for working in this field? Martesha: I started working for H.I.S.D. in 1999. In 2007 I was promoted to the Special Education Department of Gregory Lincoln Education Center. I

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