'Central Ave' Is The Potent Dose Of Pop Culture You Didn't Know You Needed
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'Central Ave' Is The Potent Dose Of Pop Culture You Didn't Know You Needed

Whether this week was positive and productive or slow and unsatisfying for you, a piping hot cup of tea is always guaranteed to get you all the way together and thanks to former 106 & Park Host Julissa Bermudez and Olympic gold medalist Sanya Richards-Ross, your Saturdays will be filled will all that and then some.


On Saturday, Sept. 26., this dynamic duo is returning to a television screen near you in the Will Packer-led entertainment show, Central Ave, and it is the potent dose of pop culture you didn't know you needed. Tackling topics like activism and celebrity news, the show will feature appearances from guest correspondents like Van Lathan, Melissa McCarty, and Neima Abdulaha.

Click here to check for local listings to see how you can tune into Central Ave every damn weekend!

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