Alabama Public Television Video: Front Street With Tracy Larkin http://www.aptv.org/VideoRoom/nola.asp?NOLA1=FSTREET Video episodes of Front Street With Tracy Larkin from Alabama Public Television. http://www.aptv.org/VideoRoom/viewprogram.asp?FileID=1112 Hosted by Montgomery broadcaster and educator Tracy Larkin, frontstreet reports and reflects on the art, history, culture, entertainment and politics of Alabama’s African American community. Frontstreet airs the first Friday of each month. http://www.creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/1.0 nonadult Alabama Public Television Soul Food http://www.aptv.org/VideoRoom/viewprogram.asp?FileID=1109 Soul food has become a pastime for African Americans. But how much is too much? Fried foods and their fatty contents are causing us a fork-full of problems for the black community, especially in Alabama. The result – diabetes, high blood pressure and high cholesterol levels. So how can we push back the plate? Find out as Tracey Larkin discusses these issues with nutritionists Dr. Evelyn Crayton and Kayundra Harris-Huntley. Soul Food http://www.creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/1.0 nonadult Alabama Public Television The Growth of MegaChurches http://www.aptv.org/VideoRoom/viewprogram.asp?FileID=1108 "frontstreet" host Tracy Larkin discusses the growth of megachurches in the African American community. Guests Kyle Searcy, pastor of Montgomery’s Fresh Anointing House of Worship and Vanzetta Penn McPherson, previous federal magistrate, explore why such growth among church congregations has occurred, how that growth has affected its members’ families and how the churches can keep problems out of their congregations. The Growth of MegaChurches http://www.creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/1.0 nonadult Alabama Public Television The State of Black America http://www.aptv.org/VideoRoom/viewprogram.asp?FileID=1107 What is the gap between Black and White America. The State of Black America http://www.creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/1.0 nonadult Alabama Public Television An Epidemic http://www.aptv.org/VideoRoom/viewprogram.asp?FileID=1061 Tracy Larkin examines the causes and effects of an increased rate of STDs in the African American community, as well as possible solutions. An Epidemic http://www.creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/1.0 nonadult Alabama Public Television Lewis and Freda Jackson http://www.aptv.org/VideoRoom/viewprogram.asp?FileID=1026 Husband and wife Lewis and Freda Jackson are also basketball coaches at Alabama State University. They discuss life on and off the court, and how marriage and career intersect. Lewis and Freda Jackson http://www.creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/1.0 nonadult Alabama Public Television Eddie Floyd and Percy Sledge http://www.aptv.org/VideoRoom/viewprogram.asp?FileID=989 If you’ve ever “knocked on wood” or hummed the tune of “When a Man Loves a Woman,” you’ll want a front-row-seat to this month’s episode of frontstreet. Who could forget the sultry sounds of Eddie Floyd and Percy Sledge? Tracy Larkin visits the artists who transformed music and placed southern soul on the map. Floyd and Sledge were in Montgomery recently to perform at the 2008 Alabama Music Hall of Fame Induction ceremony. Eddie Floyd and Percy Sledge http://www.creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/1.0 nonadult Alabama Public Television The Growth of MegaChurches http://www.aptv.org/VideoRoom/viewprogram.asp?FileID=960 "frontstreet" host Tracy Larkin discusses the growth of megachurches in the African American community. Guests Kyle Searcy, pastor of Montgomery’s Fresh Anointing House of Worship and Vanzetta Penn McPherson, previous federal magistrate, explore why such growth among church congregations has occurred, how that growth has affected its members’ families and how the churches can keep problems out of their congregations. The Growth of MegaChurches http://www.creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/1.0 nonadult Alabama Public Television http://www.aptv.org/VideoRoom/viewprogram.asp?FileID=929 Soul food has become a pastime for African Americans. But how much is too much? Fried foods and their fatty contents are causing us a fork-full of problems for the black community, especially in Alabama. The result – diabetes, high blood pressure and high cholesterol levels. So how can we push back the plate? Find out as Tracey Larkin discusses these issues with nutritionists Dr. Evelyn Crayton and Kayundra Harris-Huntley. http://www.creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/1.0 nonadult Alabama Public Television