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AlwaysAList.com is reporting that veteran comic J. Anthony Brown has officially signed off the “Tom Joyner Morning Show.” Earlier this year in January, there were reports that Brown walked off the nationally syndicated program. He and the morning show crew, which includes “The Fly Jock” Tom Joyner and Sybil Wilkes have been working in tandem for two decades.…

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Rev. Al Sharpton has refused to duck despite having his perfectly coifed silver-and-black locks pelted relentlessly by a torrential downpour of insults after it was revealed he was an informant for the Federal Bureau of Investigation during the 1980s. Instead of leaning back from the fierce blowback from contemporaries and admirers about being a “snitch,”…

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Tom Joyner and Reach Media had a plethora of photographers on deck to capture the best happenings of the Tom Joyner Fantastic Voyage 2013. Despite this, however, there were instances, pictures and happenings that only fans and the celebrities themselves could capture a slice of and most of it was uploaded on Instagram and other…

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Many celebrities are repeat offenders on the Tom Joyner Fantastic Voyage — meaning they return year after year to immerse themselves in the same activities and events as the rest of the cruisers. They end up having such a good time that many of them, including comedienne and actress Kim Whitley, bring their relatives (Whitley…

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COZUMEL, Mexico – J. Anthony Brown, the architect of ultra popular “Light-Skin-Dark Skin” water gun fight on the Tom Joyner Fantastic Voyage, was armed with a water gun that looked more like a missile launcher. Tom Joyner, the leader of what they called the “light skinned” team and Brown’s foe, had what should have been classified…

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Everyone I’ve talked to while rolling on the Tom Joyner Fantastic Voyage calls the cruise the absolute, can’t miss, crème de la crème of African American experiences. They almost plead with listeners to add this cruise to their life’s bucket list — along with things like going to Africa or starting your own business —…

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