What: When Cathy Hughes was the General Manager of Howard University‘s WHUR, she urged Melvin Lindsey to use Smokey Robinson’s hypnotic “A Quiet Storm” as the theme music for a new format that featured laid back soul and R&B hits that appealed to Black women. By late 1977 it was the #1 weekend music show in DC and stations across the country began airing their own “Quiet Storm” shows.
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You remember them from when they were young. For the most part they played some brats, but it was okay. That just means they were good at their jobs. But since we've seen them on our favorite shows, what do they look like now? Take a look at these child stars who are all grown and sexy now.