​Meet the cast of Family Business

Alicia talks with cast members performing at the New York Winterfest Play Festival, Jared Reinmuth and Stan Buturala. Family Business is directed by Ward Nixon and penned by Alicia Foxworth and tells the story of a political family caught in the unraveling of their business and local economy, thanks to the abolitionist efforts of a liberal nephew  and eager former slave.  Don't miss this show. 

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Alicia talks with Carl Brister about his newest music project, Love + Life =.  Carl shares about his relationship with his wife, ministry and missions and the importance of supporting young fathers.  To listen to his music or get your copy now, visit his website at www.CarlBrister.com.  


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B Free Award Winning Episode features special guest:  

Donna Perry is Miss Plus New York

Alicia speaks to the newly crowned winner about the importance of loving oneself, and being healthy.  Donna Perry's foundation is also fighting the lack of healthy food options in minority and poor neighborhoods. To join her crusade, visit:


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Previous Episodes of RFU TV:

The Local Church Responds to the Charleston 9

Local members of clergy join Alicia Foxworth in studio to discuss the response of the church to the murders of 9 parishioners at Mother Emmanuel Church in Charleston, SC.  Panelists include Rev. Hugh B. Marriott, Pastor to Allen Temple AME church in Mt. Vernon, NY, Rev. Kimberly Council of Berean Baptist Church in Brooklyn, NY and Elder Craig Allen of Faith Pentecostal Church in Brooklyn, NY.  Don't miss this show!


At the Table with The Missing Ingredient

Get great tips for your summer parties and formal events.  Meet event planner Michelle Hobby and her partner, Chef Paul Austin.  To set you a tasting, visit their website at



Hill Café partners with Clifton Place Memorial Garden and Park

Alicia speaks to chef Samuel Beket about his culinary roots from the Ivory Coast to  France and now the US.  With freshly sourced local produce from the Clifton Place Garden, Melvin Foster joins Alicia at the dinner table.  Don't miss this show.


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