(AllHipHop News) Public Enemy hype man Flavor Flav will be one of several stars featured in a new upcoming celebrity bowling television show titled, Stars and Strikes. Stars and Strikes was shot on location at the Lucky Strike Bowling in the L.A. Live Complex in Los Angeles. The legendary rapper/reality TV star takes part in the show, which pairs an audience member with a celebrity. The audience member also has the right to use a friend in the crowd, if he or she loses confidence in the celebrity partner. Both when teams if his or her celebrity emerges victorious in the bowling competition, which also features Tim Conway, Terrell Owens, Dan Cortese, Shannon Elizabeth and others. Stars and Strikes was created by Spin Cycle Media and former Celebrity Bowling producer Don Gregory. The show is expected to air this Spring.Hip-Hop mogul Russell Simmons’ new series Running Russell Simmons is set to premiere next month on the Oxygen Network. Running Russell Simmons focuses on the life of the Hip-Hop mogul and the team that help keep the powerful businessman’s operations running. Included are Russell Simmons’ top executives Simone and Christina and their new interns Aly and Sagen who struggle to keep up with Simmons’ fast-paced lifestyle. The series also focuses Simmons’ upcoming projects, as he juggles multiple businesses in the world of fashion, music, film and television. Running Russell Simmons was developed and produced by Simmons Lathan Media Group and Picture This Television. The series debuts November 2nd at 10:00PM. The Hip Hop Caucus has teamed with American Rights at Work, who organized a group of prominent women of color in the labor movement, who are encouraing young people to get out and vote in the November 2nd General Election. “This November 2nd, we as young people, workers, and communities of color have the power to help define the direction of our nation with our votes ,” Hip Hop Caucus’ Reverend Lennox Yearwood stated. “These powerful and awesome women leaders have something to say about the importance of standing up and speaking out in political process, and in the workplace.” To view the video, visit wwww.hiphopcaucus.org.