Thursday, November 18, 2010

A Red Carpet Charity Birthday Bash for Actress/Producer Shenita Moore...

Mighty Moore Entertainment is pleased to announce a Red Carpet Charity Birthday Bash for Actress/Producer Shenita Moore ( which will benefit the Albuquerque Christian Children’s Home (

This event will be held on Sunday, December 12, 2010 from 8pm to 11pm, at Uptown Sports Bar & Grill located at 6601 Uptown Blvd NE in Albuquerque, NM 87110.

Guests will enjoy FREE Appetizers & DISCOUNTED Drinks from 8pm to 9pm. (Both the Bar and Grill will be open for individual purchases during the remainder of the evening.)

Guests will also enjoy Live Entertainment from 9pm to 11pm.

In lieu of gifts, Ms. Moore is requesting that her guests donate (as admission) entertainment related gift cards (i.e. movie theater, fast food, bowling, putt putt golf, roller skating, ice skating, etc.) for the children that live at the Albuquerque Christian Children’s Home.

The Red Carpet will start promptly at 8pm and will end promptly at 9:30pm. (EVERYONE attending this event will be permitted to have their photos taken on the Red Carpet, so please arrive early and don’t forget to DRESS TO IMPRESS!)

To be added to the guest list, please email RSVP’s to

21 and older.

For more information on how your organization can be a sponsor for this event, to obtain press credentials for the Red Carpet, or for media inquiries, please send emails to Todd Moore at

Sponsored By:

Uptown Sports Bar & Grill
Uptown Magazine
Say It With Cake
Cato Fashions
El Charritos Mexican Restaurant
Zea Rotisserie & Grill
Exhibit Solutions
Visiones Photography
Joyce L. Kemp/JLK Creations
Nathan Waites/Turn-It-Up Entertainment
Areli Web Design
Garcia's Tents
Tricklock Company

About Shenita Moore
Shenita is best known for her recurring role on the ABC hit drama Grey's Anatomy. She has also made appearances on the long running Lifetime Television series Strong Medicine, and most recently the USA crime drama In Plain Sight.

About Albuquerque Christian Children’s Home
ACCH is a non-profit organization that is dedicated to providing God’s love and care to school-aged children who are neglected, abused, or in need of a home and family. We care for these children without regard for race, religion, culture, national origin, or financial or social status. Our long-term and short-term residential care is provided within a family setting centered around Christian love, example, and teaching with the ultimate goal of raising responsible and productive adults.

Monday, November 15, 2010

TV Audition – HARRY'S LAW – 11/3/10
TV Audition - UNTITLED PILOT - 11/9/10
TV Audition - UNTITLED PILOT - 11/17/10 (Taya-Morgan and Kenyah)
TV Audition - UNTITLED PILOT - 11/18/10

Tuesday, November 09, 2010

Tribute to Bobby Tillman...

When I first heard the story of Bobby Tillman, the young boy who was brutally killed over the weekend in Atlanta, GA, my heart went out to him and his family. I couldn’t imagine how difficult the whole situation had to have been for them. I read article after article and studied his pictures, wondering what his future could have been had not his life been cut so short, all the while thinking: “This kid looks familiar to me.”

My heartbreak turned to anger as I then focused my attention on the other kids involved in the story. Where is this type of ignorance coming from? What are these kids witnessing in their own homes? Listening to on their Ipods? Being influenced to do by their peers? And, how can I protect MY kids from it?

Cut to 11:55am today. I called my husband during my lunch break, and he tells me to brace myself for some bad news.

“We KNOW Bobby,” he says.

“WHAT?!? Don’t tell me that,” I say.

A flood of devastation washes over me as I think back to the only Bobby I know. Quickly, I realize that the Bobby Tillman I had been reading about for the last couple of days had been my neighbor for two years in California; before his mother moved him and his sister to Atlanta, GA for a fresh start.

  • Atlanta Bobby Tillman is THE SAME little Bobby my firstborn (Taya-Morgan) had a crush on, would talk about nonstop and would watch shoot hoops from our apartment patio.

  • Atlanta Bobby Tillman is THE SAME little Bobby that would help me carry my groceries up 2 flights of stairs when I was pregnant (with Kenyah) and he saw me struggling.

  • Atlanta Bobby Tillman is THE SAME little Bobby that would offer to take our trash down to the dumpster for us.

I was absolutely devastated, and I'm sure I WILL BE devastated for some time to come. Bobby was a sweet kid, and after they moved, my husband and I would often wonder how him and his family were doing out in Atlanta. Well, I guess now we know.

We shed tears for Bobby and his family today, crying with others around the nation. And, I know that Bobby will be included in our nightly family prayer for some time to come.

Lord, please stop these senseless killings.

Lord, please be with Bobby and his family.

We love you Bobby. RIP.

Todd, Shenita, Taya-Morgan and Kenyah Moore