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  • The Arches Of Hope Inauguration Event

    January 30, 2013 | No Comments

      Lifebeat President and Howard Stern producer Gary Dell’Abate and Salt-N-Pepa’s Sandra “Pepa” Denton helped unveil The Arches of Hope at THE OUT NYC on January 17, 2013 for a fundraiser benefiting Lifebeat: Music Fights HIV/AIDS and MTV Staying Alive.     The Arches of Hope is an interactive art installation in the lobby of […]

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    Lifebeat Heroes: Salt-N-Pepa

    January 5, 1992 | No Comments

    Salt-N-Pepa perform a medley of their hits at UrbanAID in 1995.   Hip hop legends Salt-N-Pepa have supported Lifebeat from the very beginning of the organization. In June of 1992, the first ladies of hip hop performed at the very first Lifebeat fundraising concert at Roseland Ballroom in Manhattan, headlining along with the Pet Shop […]

  • On Tour: Salt-n-Pepa

    February 25, 2011 | No Comments

      Hip hop legends Salt-n-Pepa have supported Lifebeat from the very beginning of the organization and we’re proud to say, 18 years later; the first ladies of hip-hop are still holdin’ it down.   A BRIEF HISTORY OF LIFEBEAT & SALT-N-PEPA JUNE 1992 The ladies performed at the first Lifebeat fundraising concert at Roseland: NYTimes. […]

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    Bid 2 Beat AIDS Celebrity Memorabilia Auction

    November 30, 2010 | No Comments

      IT’S HERE: your official Lifebeat Bid 2 Beat AIDS Holiday Gift Guide. We’ve got some great ideas for everyone on your holiday shopping list and every present you purchase from the Bid 2 Beat AIDS auction is a GIFT THAT GIVES TWICE. Proceeds from the 6th annual auction help fund Lifebeat’s HIV/AIDS prevention and […]

  • Let’s Talk About Pep

    September 16, 2008 | No Comments

    VIBE magazine joined LIFEbeat in celebrating the release of “Let’s Talk About Pep”, a new autobiography by Sandy “Pepa” Denton. LIFEbeat feted the book and Pep, a longtime supporter of the charity, at HOME nightclub in Manhattan. Cheryl “Salt” Wray stopped by to show some love as well.