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  • 00:45

    Interview with Sakoya Russell CEO of Sibelle Cosmetics

    in Entertainment

    MDR RADIO will be interviewing Ms. Sakoya Russell Owner of Sibelle Cosmetics, she'll be speaking about her passion in the cosmetic industry and why she loves to formulate and create amazing lipsticks for us everyday women. So listen today at 2:30pm CST/ 3:30 pm EST?. You don't want to miss this. If you would like to order please contact Sakoya at 1-920-415-0837 or www.facebook.com/sibellecosmetics. You can also view her vibrant lipsticks on her website sakoyar.wix.com/sibellecosmetics

  • 00:15

    INK...Cosmetics 2015 - We Are Back!

    in Lifestyle

    Hello listeners! Yes we are back! We are sticking to our roots and have changed our radio name from INK...beautique to INK...Cosmetics! Our show "INK...Inside Out" radio broadcasts will bring you all the behind the scenes action from behind the brand and team lifestyles.  We hope you will tune in! XOXO Besos Celebrity Makeup Artist/Educator Anna Castillo 


    For all our visual folks, please see out blog www.inkinsideout.com

  • 00:35

    Twanna Talks GLAM! What's too much and how young is too young for GLAM?

    in Motivation

    We as women know how inportant it is to look great, but what if you just don't feel like it?


    Can the right hair cut or beat face change the way you feel?


    At what age should a girl be allowed to wear makeup?


    Als, we saw o a recent reality show that some ladies we're asked to come to an event without cosmetics. Would you be able to walk out of the house with an all natural face?

  • 01:09

    Clio Express: A Conversation with James & Jean Jones

    in Lifestyle

     


    In 1953, seven years before the formal launch of the sit-in movement, students from Morgan State College were lining up daily at the lunch counter of Read’s drugstore. There, some manager or anxious waitress would recite the Maryland trespassing statute and ask them to leave.   That was the beginning of the "modern student civil disobedience through sit-ins.  However, in 1947, several hundred Morgan State students demonstrated in Annapolis for equitable funding from the state. In 1948, Morgan students began to picket performances at Baltimore’s Ford’s Theatre, where black patrons were compelled to use a rear staircase and sit in the second balcony.     Ford’s Theatre was desegregated in 1952 after years of relentless picketing. Additionally, thirty-seven Read’s drugstores opened their lunch counters to blacks in 1955. Four years later, the protesters forced the desegregation of the chain of Arundel ice cream shops. And, the die was caste for the Civil Rights contributions of Morgan State students which brought James and Jean Jones together in their personal involvement in the movement.    James and Jean were childhood neighbors who metriculated through the educational systems together and eventually built a family and life together.  A great look at what happens in the trenches and the lives of civil rights warriors.


     


     

  • 00:12
  • 00:31

    The Changing Face of Beauty - Real & Natural

    in Health

    The benefits of a broader, more inclusive definition of beauty--whether that means using fewer and cleaner cosmetics, loving your body as is, or letting your hair express its natural curl or color--extend far beyond one's own life. They affect families, communities, even the culture at large.  Self-acceptance often leads to accepting others more easily, too, and the world can always use more of that.


    Join Partners in Health and Biz talk show host Gail Dixon as we discuss a few of the ways people have begun to redefine beauty -- and appreciate the natural beauty in each of us.


    Call into the studion with your questions and/or comments: 347-945-7433.


     


    Cosmetic surgery, injections and fillers, and similar invasive procedures are still popular, of course, but it's clear that clean, healthy, self-affirming beauty trends are gaining ground. 

  • 00:33

    WHAT IS FASHION WITHOUT A FACE? FINALE with MARC HARVEY Celebrity MUA

    in Fashion

    ALL ABOUT FASHION HOUSTON EDITION/AAFHE is hosting the final podcast of the series entitled, WHAT IS FASHION WITHOUT A FACE.  Fashion and a Face are intrically tied together.  Through the series we've learned that creating a look is tied into lip color, contour, eyelashes, eyeshadow and all the other components utilized to enhance beauty and emphasis the features of users.


    MARC HARVEY -


    Marc Harvey, is a celebrated beauty expert and creator of Marc Harvey Beauty Cosmetics and has traveled the world working consistently in the makeup industry working with reputable clients, designers, and brands. He is called upon as a seminar speaker for The Makeup Show and several other top industry tradeshows internationally. This knowledge allows him to bring a fresh and accurate learning experience to his students.


    TERRANCE JOHNSON -


    Terrance Johnson is creator of AAFHE, vlogger, blogger and fashion influencer focused on #makehoustonknowit.  Creating a cohensive and snatched fashion presence in the Houston Marketplace.


     


    ZPR/HOUSTON PAPARAZZI PROJECT


    PRODUCER OF AAFHE PODCAST & Publicist


     


     

  • 01:17

    Winning Through Inner Change

    in Christianity

    Clothes, haircuts, cosmetics, weight loss or gain can compliment the outer person, yet hide the hurting, angry, rebellious heart. Listen in tonight to hear how inner change is essential to prosperity, success and victory that the Lord our God smiles upon.

  • 02:01

    Alternative Health Remedies while OTR Trucking

    in Health

    Alternative Health Remedies while OTR Trucking


    Thursday 1/21/16
    6PM ET
    Call in # 347-826-9170


    One of the biggest challenges that an OTR driverr can face is becoming ill while trucking. Many times you can be miles from the nearest drugstore or emergency facility.  So what do you do?

    Tonight we will discuss some of the best alternative remedies  should you become sick over the road;  from toothaches, migraines, cuts, colds, bronchitis, UTI’s,  and so many other ailments that can occur.

     Our guest Carolyn O’Byrne of LifeCoachService.net, will share her many years of APPLIED experience using alternatives to conventional medicine.

    Join us and learn the essentials to carry on the truck should a health illness or an emergency arise. Every Trucker needs to listen to this show.

    Call in and join in the conversation; Ask questions or share your ideas
    347-826-9170 Then press “1” on your keypad

  • 00:31

    The Shirley Ajayi show

    in Entertainment

    What are safe creams and cosmetics

  • 00:29

    GOD's [Guiding Our Daughters] Blog

    in Women

    Women and children are victimized at alarming rates, and most assaults occur domestically. We are taught by examples both blatantly and subliminally, to keep home matters quiet, to avoid the possibilities of even more dire effects. We wear cosmetics to cover scars, whether than repair our foundations to heal wounds. We dress either too conservatively, or loosely, disguising and/ or trying to fit in. We keep secrets; safeguarding things that are, or should be prohibited, as if making the violation taboo will make it stop, vanish or erase from memory. And worst of all... We are often so programmed by society to hate ourselves (our images, our voices, our lineages, and our race) that we subconsciously hate each other, thus passing on the torch of emptiness. We compare and judge each other; the prettiest is admired, but loathed simultaneously. The wealthy or happy are envied with contempt. We even go as far to BLAME OURSELVES for the abuse that absolutely, no one, ever, deserves. Well, we need to WAKE-UP!!! It's time to see the significance in ourselves and each other. It's time to disrobe of the disillusion that we have to be competitive, secretive, envious and at fault of abuse. Plain and simple…We need to Stand-Up and Up-Lift each other! Man, Woman and Child!! But since children and women are the most vulnerable… Let’s all take a stand in helping each other thrive, by sharing our experiences for wisdom and strength. Let’s lookout for our children and practice accountability instead of division. Let’s reflect the GOD within our souls. YES – the GOD within our souls, by being loving, nurturing, empathetic and protective. 


    Welcome to GOD's [Guiding Our Daughters] Blog by Nicia De'Lovely


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