Not too much goes on on Tuesday nights, but at least you know you’ll have a great mixshow to listen to. Check out my mixshow from last night on Z107.9 FM. Also, don’t forget to tune in every night at 9pm…we go in!!!!

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The search is on for the next Miss Black America and that next queen could be you.

Radio One Cleveland and Fox 8 have partnered with MedWish International, a local charity that supplies needy countries with medical supplies. They have already sent supplies to Haiti with requests coming in every day. Check out photos from this event!

Reggie Bush‘s favorite asset will be hitting the town on Big Game weekend in a Vault XXL2 Limousine by Armor Horse — which is a tank/limo hybrid built with composite ballistic panels and bullet-resistant windows.  Both doors on the limo are fitted with emergency gun ports. Via: Tmz.com

From AllHipHop.com Maureen “Ma Dukes” Yancey, mother of the late J Dilla (James Yancey), has verified the re-establishment of the non-profit J Dilla Foundation, new legal management for her son’s estate, and several album projects for 2010.

From the NY Daily News: A South Carolina politician is making very a public apology – and this time it’s not Governor Mark Sanford.

From the Telegraph: Nelson Mandela’s ex-wife Winnie is threatening legal action against the makers of a biographical film about her starring Jennifer Hudson.

Big girls need love too right? How about we just call them thick cause it seems like they can get down too!

From Bloomberg.com: Jan. 26 (Bloomberg) — Verizon Communications Inc., coping with subscriber losses at its fixed-line phone business, plans to cut about 13,000 jobs at the division this year after posting fourth-quarter revenue that missed analysts’ estimates.

From HuffingtonPost.com: In a comparison likely to offend both parties, Fox News host Bill O’Reilly compared the South Side of Chicago to Haiti during a January 23rd stop on his “Bold Fresh Tour,” accompanied by Glenn Beck.

From the NY Times: WASHINGTON — For all the questions circulating in Democratic quarters as President Obama tries to weather the worst storm of his administration, perhaps none is as succinct as this: Are the missteps at the White House rooted in message or substance?