The Newsletter ’05 15th Semi-Annual ReMix Awards Show – A Night to Remember in St. Louis

The 15th Semi-Annual ReMix Awards Show was nothing short of spectacular. Hosted by The Newsletter’05, the event celebrated a wealth of talent, businesses, and creativity.

The 15th Semi-Annual ReMix Awards Show unfolded in all its glory on a Sunday night at the splendid Special Tymes Banquet Hall. The event was nothing short of a spectacular showcase of talent, dedication, and community spirit. Organized by the vibrant and community-beloved media icon, The Newsletter ’05 (of the Dynasty Media LLC’s family), this awards show had everyone buzzing with excitement.

ReMix Awards co-host/honoree with Pierre Mccleary/honoree, image by The Newsletter ’05

Moreover, The Newsletter ’05, is also the Senior Editor, PR here at The Argus St. Louis. And they are an influential figure known for championing the underserved, brought an infectious energy to the event, making it a night to remember. Dressed to the nines, attendees brought their A-game to the awards show, creating a vibrant and glamorous atmosphere. 

Co-host/Sponsor Rodney Jones and honoree Mookie Tolliver

Furthermore, the evening was punctuated with high-energy performances from a roster of talented artists. “Mz. Goldie,” who clinched the “Alternative Songstress of The Year Award,” wowed the audience with her captivating vocals. 

In addition, R&B Artist of the Year, “Mookie Tolliver,” electrified the crowd with a dynamic performance. Gradually, starting with upbeat tracks, he transitioned seamlessly into soulful ballads, leaving the audience swooning.

Another honoree, Blues Entertainer of the Year, “ET Pankins,” delivered a power-packed blues performance that solidified his status as one of the genre’s greatest artists. With regards, there were also more performances by other artists, that kept the crowd engaged throughout the evening. 

ET Pankins, honoree, Image by Rodney Jones

Veterans Victoreaux Author (NOVA), Mr3one4, Rickey James, and the sultry Jennices O’Mega, who got the party started with her steamy lyrical flow. Because The Newsletter ’05 philosophy is, you have to start somewhere to go anywhere.

NOVA, image by Rodney Jones

Respectfully, The ReMix Awards also paid tribute to St. Louis businesses, recognizing their contributions to the local scene. In Da Loop Restaurant, praised for their hamburgers, were recognized as the “Best New Restaurant of The Year,” while “STL on The Rocks” secured the honor of “Best Female-Owned Nightlife” establishment.

Most images by The Newsletter ’05

The business highlights were: Sojohna Bell, Business Woman of the Year, for her commitment to beauty and entrepreneurship, James Witherspoon received an honor for “Promoter of the Year-National.” and there was a surprise award given to an event icon in his own right, Mark A, Jones, co-host, who received an honor for “Best Longest Running Social Event” Stress Free Fridays.

Honoree Mz Goldie by Rodney Jones

Well deserving, “Media Magnate of the Year” was bestowed to media mogul David Beckford II of Dynasty Media LLC. In retrospect, the night was brimming with gratitude, a bunch of emotions, and recognition of past recipients, as talented individuals took the stage to accept their awards.

Another popular business that is making a big buzz, is honoree “Best Place for Seafood” Krab Kingz in the Loop area.Amongst the recipients were myself “Lacey ‘G Souldier’ Turner,” who was honored with “The Podcaster of The Year Award.” My exceptional work in the podcasting realm was celebrated with thunderous applause. 

Media icon Jackie P., presents award to Krab Kingz owner Cortez Burnett, by Rodney Jones

Last but not least, Pierre McCleary, the recipient of the “Best Event Concept” award, delivered a touching and inspiring speech, reminding the audience of the power of creativity and innovation in event planning.  

The after-party, with the festivities continuing on at “In Da Loop,” where attendees indulged in delectable drinks, scrumptious food, and mingling. The atmosphere was warm and welcoming, encapsulating the spirit of the entire evening. 

In conclusion, The ReMix Awards Show, was a resounding success, celebrating an abundance of talent and fostering a sense of community and togetherness. This memorable night will undoubtedly stand the test of time, and its impact will be felt for years to come. The event showcased the power of music, community, and recognition, making it a night to be cherished in the hearts of all who attended.

Scenes recorded by honoree Mz Goldie

Some honorees did not attend this fabulous celebration, therefore arrangement will be made to get their awards to them.

Here is the complete list: ***** In Attendance

*****Best Event Concept- Pierre Mccleary

Best Dance and Tour Group- Stepp-Tacular LLC., of K.C. Carmeleta Canady

*****Entertainer of the Year- ET Pankins

Best Politician in East St. Louis-Robert Eastern

Promoter of the Year- James A Witherspoon

****Podcaster of the Year- Lacey G Souldier Turner

Best Females Owned Nightlife- Santria WeakleyLa GreenLaShonda Bostic

***Best Grown and Sexy Tuesdays-Two of a Kind 2 Lounge- Jesse Washington

*****Best Community Advocate and Legend of Rap- Shamond Moore “Bogey”

Nonprofit of the Year- Boys2Mentorrs- Dee Tee

*****Hottest Place for Seafood- Krab Kingz Cortez Burnett

****Best Radio Station Personality- Easy In The Afternoon-WSIE 88.7 The Sound

Community Service Company of the Year-At Home Care- Carlita Vasser

****Business Woman of The Year- SoJohna Bell

****Best Alternative Singer of the Year- Nicole M. Smith

Media Magnate of the Year- David Beckford II

****Best New Restaurant Brick Oven Concept-In Da Loop Restaurant Demadison J. FifeYfl Darry Newman

Co-host Mark Jones presenting In Da Loop Restaurant, DeMadison Fife, with his awards, image by Rodney Jones

Best DANG Place to do What You Do- Bar 922 Heather Laden

Special thanks to the Sponsors and Vendors:



Rizz Tyme Italy Shoes

Old Vienna’s

Golden Brick Publishing

Vendor-Jazzy Ladys

Venue: 2nd time since 2021, MAY-Special Tymes Banquet Hall, 5950 Natural Bridge, St. Louis, MO 63120

Venue: In Da Loop Restaurant, 6665 Delmar Ave, hosted the pre-party and after-party

The RemIx Awards Show proceeds will benefit The Argus Community Foundation, transistioning into new office,


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