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  • 01:18

    Everything you wanted to know about 3D Nail Art

    in Education

    3D nail art is still a growing trend. It's everywhere on social media and we don't think it's going anywhere.

     Kimberly Harr of 3D Fanatics will share with us her passion for 3D and a place where 3D Fantics can get together and be encouraged with out the drama!

    Bonus: Learn a few tricks on creating 3D nail art!

    Call in 917-932-8407

    Periscope @NailTalkRadio

    Chat room 


  • 02:01

    Source Material #054 - Batman/Judge Dredd "Judgment on Gotham"/Mark's Defenders

    in Books

    Welcome back everyone!  Tonight we bring you a special double shot episode.

    First up, Ronnie and I discuss Batman/Judge Dredd "Judgment on Gotham."  The first of 4 crossover events of Law and Justice!

    Next, Mark Radulich joins us and lets us know his ideas for the upcoming Netflix "Defenders" series.

    Tune in, you don't want to miss it!

  • 01:37

    When Your Partner Is Your Partner

    in Lifestyle


    By Caitlin Dewey

    Having a million bucks these days isn’t as rare as you might think. In fact, according to Phoenix Marketing International, a firm that tracks the affluent market, more than 5% of U.S. households have investable assets of $1 million or more.

    That's only one way to measure if someone's a millionaire, of course. A net worth of $1 million also qualifies; subtract liabilities, including mortgages and car loans, from assets, including home equity and retirement savings, to determine your net worth. Either way, hitting the million-dollar mark is no small feat.

    Do you have what it takes to be a millionaire – and will you know how to live the good life when you become one? Take our quiz to find out the (often surprising) answers

    Read more at http://www.kiplinger.com/

    Curves In 3D Welcome Derrick and Octavia May to the show tonight as our Special Guest. We would also like to Welcome Arethia Cowden aka Plus Size Sexy Diva of the hit show I Am Beauty as a Guest Host.  Blue and Swan will not be joining us tonight






  • 00:53

    That Scenario Show Last Show of 2015

    in Lifestyle

    Here on Curves In 3D Radio Show, it has been a phenomenal year… We have seen some come and some go…. Our cast consist of Omega AUNTIE Mothersill (Original Host), Regina SWAN William Mclean (Original C0-Host), Amber BLUE Alligood (July, 2015), Joy AMOR Brown (Sept, 2015)…. Thank you to our past 2015 Co-Host Selena Song and Ann Danner…. We Miss Yall!

    We would like to thank every Guest Host, Guest Interview, Caller, Supporter and especially our Listeners. Without you we could not do what we do…. And We Love what we do! We would appreciate your continued support in 2016…. We will have several New Contest this coming year.  We will have even more Hott Topics and Special Guest.  We will have a few live shows in my in-house studio…

    You can join in the fun… Commercial Space available… for more info email Auntie at auntie5200@gmail.com.

    Happy New Year from Auntie and the Co-Host of Curves In 3D Radio Show

    A Brighter, Better New Year

    Happy, Happy New Year!
     We wish you all the best,
     Great work to reach your fondest goals,
    And when you’re done, sweet rest.

    We hope for your fulfillment,
    Contentment, peace and more,
    A brighter, better new year than
    You’ve ever had before.

    By Joanna Fuchs

  • 01:00

    3D Printing’s Future is Now; Prototypes to Production Runs

    in News

    3D printing is moving from prototype to production runs with help from innovator, digital manufacturing expert and Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of Year recipient Mitch Free and Alan Amling, VP of Global Logistics & Distribution Marketing for United Parcel Service (UPS).  Listen in to hear how entrepreneurial vision has completely transformed 3D printing, the logistics industry and business models worldwide.

  • 01:42

    Committed To The Crown

    in Lifestyle

    Spruce Dickerson

    Tuesday, February 2, 2016

    How NOT to Be Consumed with Queenly Disappointment

    It happens.  You are standing there in the spotlight.  Grasping tightly the hand of the other girl.  Waiting. Waiting. Waiting for the emcee to puh-lease announce the first runner up.  Because you know…if your name is not announced, then YOU are the newly crowned queen of the pageant!  Then, it happens.  You hear YOUR name.  Sudden disappointment engulfs your whole being.  From the follicle of the hairs on your head to the tips of your beautifully sculptured toenails.  “Nooooooo!  My name was not to be called!” you scream silently in your head.  All the work you’ve done.  All the time you’ve put in.  All the emotion spent getting to that moment on stage….and it wasn’t meant to be.  

    Well, I have wonderful news for you, my sister – all is not lost!

    Actually, NOTHING at all was lost, but a whole lot gained.  Take a look at the journey you traveled getting to that point.  Look at the growth in many areas of your life that you went through.  There are a few pearls of wisdom I am sure you gleaned along the way.  Without traveling this journey you wouldn’t be stronger, smarter, wiser, and more beautiful, than had you not taken this voyage.  Even standing on that stage, under that glaring spotlight, and not winning the crown is all part of this beautiful journey.  Your life has meaning and purpose.  At that moment in time, it wasn’t your crown to win.  You put in the work.  You put in the time.  You put in the blood, sweat, and tears to get to that spotlight. 





  • 01:01

    The JOY of Giving

    in Lifestyle

    Open your eyes
    Open your heart
    Give just a little
    You will get such alot
    Let the sunshine in
    Even when there is rain
    The warmth of your heart
    Will warm someone elses
    Two hands are better than one
    One opened heart
    Will welcome two warm hands
    Open your heart
    Love is not just romance
    Love is... loving who you are
    To love life
    To love to give
    Our journey in life
    Is to open those eyes
    Feel the beauty in your heart
    Give the gift
    The gift of giving

    Copyright Reserved May 2014
    LYN PAUL                        

    Merry Christmas from Curves In 3D Radio Host and Staff

    Auntie - Omega Auntie Mothersill

    Swan - Regina Williams-Mclean

    Blue - Amber Alligood

    Amor - Joy Amor Brown

  • 01:27

    I Am My Social Media

    in Lifestyle

    I Am M Social Media, A Slave to my Page!

    Did you know that there are more than two billion active social media users worldwide, representing a global penetration rate of 28 percent?

    That’s a huge number. And with it, comes a range of new and unique problems.

    Addiction, for one. Social networking already accounts for 28 percent of all media time spent online, and users aged between 15 and 19 spend at least 3 hours per day on average using platforms such as Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

    18 percent of social media users can’t go a few hours without checking Facebook, and 28 percent of iPhone users check their Twitter feed before getting up in the morning.

    According to this latest research, people in the U.S. check their Facebook, Twitter, and other social media accounts a staggering 17 times a day, meaning at least once every waking hour, if not more. But Americans aren’t even the most dependent on these networks when compared to denizens of other countries — in fact, smartphone users in Thailand, Argentina, Malaysia, Qatar, Mexico, and South Africa checked these networking apps at least 40 times a day. Seriously, how popular can you be?


  • Hearts Don't Lie

    in Lifestyle

    Hearts don't lie...

  • 01:24

    Power Play

    in Lifestyle

    An unprecedented $1.6 billion Powerball jackpot will be divided among three winning tickets purchased in Tennessee, California and Florida.

    Each ticket is worth $528.8 million, lottery officials said in California, one of 44 states plus Washington D.C. and two U.S. territories that sold millions of Powerball tickets.

    The winning numbers were 08 27 34 04 19 and Powerball 10, picked in a drawing on Wednesday night. The odds of having the correct numbers: 1 in 292 million.

    1. How much of the jackpot goes to the winner and where does the rest of it go?

    Winners should expect to keep only about a third of the advertised jackpot or cash payout

    2. Does the store that sold the winning ticket get anything?

    Cohen said that the seller of the winning jackpot ticket will receive a $25,000 bonus from the lottery.

    3. Why do some states have more jackpot winners than others?

    "It’s pure randomness,"

    4. Have there been cases when people have called in thinking that they’re the winner only to be told that they are wrong?

    "Those calls are no fun," Gerteisen said. "It’s more fun when they think they only won a little prize and it turns out they are a big winner!"

    5. What happens if someone tries to cash in a fake or falsified ticket?

    The penalties differ by state and offenders can face criminal charges if caught.

    6. Why is this Powerball jackpot so large?

    This Powerball jackpot started out as $40 million on Nov. 7, 2015, but there was no jackpot winner in that drawing or the 19 others that followed.

    7. How many tickets have been sold?

    Since this jackpot started on Nov. 7, 1.325 billion tickets have been sold

  • 01:26

    Visioning and Forecasting Creating Your Purpose Board

    in Lifestyle

    Vision Board Posted by sundaypoem

    I love to celebrate happy accidents, and I love it when my desires slowly start to manifest, so in acknowledgment of this strange place in my life I decided to begin work on a vision board. In case you didn’t know a vision board is basically just a collage of words and images meant to display your dreams and desires, but it can also serve as an inner roadmap to navigate your current disposition. I decided to use a sketchbook so that I could do a series of smaller vision boards, or a vision book. That way I can repeat the process often and track my progress, see how I am changing and growing, and notice easily which areas I should improve.

    My first step was to go through some old magazines and cut out any images or words that moved me in some way. Naturally that meant a good deal of foreign destination pictures, really amazing shoes, yummy looking foods, and varying sizes and colors of different cut-out words. I tried not to think too much about this process so that I wouldn’t know exactly what was going to happen on my board—I wanted it to be a very organic, self-actualizing experience. Once I had procured about a thousand or so scraps of paper that I felt very strongly about, I went through them and organized them into groups that went something like this in my mind: things that apply to me in this very moment, travel and exploration, fashion, health and exercise, reading and writing, and home life. After I sorted my cut-outs into these six groups (which they naturally fell into without any planning), I discarded anything that I no longer felt related to myself or my vision board.