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JOIN ME TONIGHT ON POP SCOTT TALKZ SHOW. GREAT INTERVIEWS, NEW MUSIC, BUILDING STRONGER RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN FAMILIES..GUEST ARTISTS: MARY WILLIAMS, AND ZONDRE FRAZIER SHARING THEIR NEW PROJECTS..
Valente Frazier will be back on Beauty Talk on Sunday, Sept. 14th to inspire us with great conversation about his career in Makeup. How has Valente maintained a successful career in makeup all these years? What makes Valente successful and why does his celebrity clients continue to call??? Find out the answers to these questions and more on Beauty Talk with Illusions. For questions and comments, call 914.803.4399. Also, follow our Twitter conversation during our interview with Valente by using the hashtag #Beautylounge on www.twitter.com or www.Tweetchat.com
WHO IS DAVID FRAZIER II?
David Frazier has been involved in music ministry for over two decades and has written and recorded over 80 songs in the Gospel Music genre. David’s music can be found on numerous Grammy, Stellar and Dove award winning recordings. The LA Times recently called David Frazier “One of Gospel music’s most successful and consistent songwriters.” David has written over twenty-six songs, for Bishop Hezekiah Walker’s Love Fellowship Choir over a span of eleven albums and twenty-two years. David’s songs like Power Belongs to God, Second Chance, We Made it, Do You Know Jesus, How Much We Can Bear and the church anthem I Need You To Survive, have garnered Bishop Walker three Grammy awards, 4 Dove awards and 4 Stellar awards respectively. David has been nominated for three “Song of the Year” Stellar awards and two “Traditional Song of the Year” Dove award nomination. David founded God’s Music Inc., a ministry one-stop company, started in 1989, that houses David’s music publishing and production arms.
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#MyRealTalkRadio Interviews Dance Moms Star: Dr. Holly Hatcher-Frazier.......
Dr. Holly Hatcher-Frazier is a member of Lifetime’s hit reality show, Dance Moms. Inspired by her own childhood dance experiences, Dr. Holly enrolled her daughter Nia in the Abby Lee Dance Studio to foster Nia’s love for the performing arts.
Having worked as an educator for nearly 20 years, Dr. Holly served as the Director of Admissions at the Ellis School in Pittsburgh, Pa., and later accepted the position as principal of the Winchester Thurston School in Pittsburgh. A consummate professional, Dr. Holly often received criticism on Dance Moms related to her desire to maintain her career, while supporting Nia’s dance aspirations. She made the tough decision to resign from her duties as principal to embrace motherhood as a full-time job.
A passionate scholar and advocate for education, Dr. Holly plans to continue her career as an educational consultant and motivational speaker – affording her the flexibility required to remain “hands-on” throughout Nia’s career. She hopes to use her celebrity platform to speak on issues related to education, motherhood, and the workplace; and how women can effectively strike the right balance in all aspects of life.
Dr. Holly is a Fulbright Scholar, and holds a Bachelor’s Degree in History and American Studies from Williams College and a Master’s in Educational Leadership from the H. John Heinz III School of Public Policy and Management, Carnegie Mellon University. She currently resides in Pittsburgh, Pa. and enjoys reading, traveling, and spending time with her husband, Evan, and their three children – Evan, Jr.; Nia; and William
Was born and raised in a small town in northern New Jersey. She has two older siblings and one younger, all girls. As a mother, she has one daughter and three little kings (grandsons). In her educational studies at its current point, she has acquired her Associate’s degree in Criminal Justice and will begin working on her Bachelor’s in April. Wanda worked for the State of New Jersey for the past 14 years but recently left to pursue her heart’s desire and dreams. She believes that her creative nature is fueled by her love, desire and passion as a gift from God and she believes that is something we all possess. In the spring of 2004, Wanda invented a product called Aroma Specialty Plates which in short, are scented dessert plates.
As an author, she expressess a love for storytelling and has written several unpublished books and stories. Currently, she is in the process of working on her first story entitled, COLOR OF FRIENDS which in short, is a riveting female based story that explores adversities and diversity in the lives of five ethnically diverse women. Wanda expresses that women, especially women of color are quick to tear each another down rather than build them up. She applauds women from all genres and from every part of the rainbow, because she believes that we can all learn from different cultures, people, places, and things and that we must be accountable to one another for our human basic survival.
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A lot of stuff happened to Penn State basketball this week, and it was mostly good! Sure, the Nittany Lions kicked off its recent stretch of games losing to Maryland in College Park, but the squad was able to bounce back with an ugly and well-deserved win over Nebraska. However, the biggest news of the week came when former PSU guard Tim Frazier got called up to the Philadelphia 76ers and became the school's first alumnus to make the NBA since Calvin Booth in 2009. Bill and Chad will discuss everything of and related to Penn State hoops this week, and are joined by Yahoo's Sam Cooper. Get excited: it's time for another episode of the best damn Penn State basketball podcast on the web.
Frazier is entering his first season with the Tigers, after transferring from Auburn University. At Auburn, Frazier recorded 787 passing yards, 386 rushing yards and 14 total touchdowns. He also spent time as a receiver and safety.
Frazier attended Shiloh Christian High School, where he threw for 2,975 passing yards and 42 touchdowns during his senior year. He also rushed for 1,164 yards and recorded 22 rushing touchdowns.
At Shiloh, Frazier was named USA Today's National Offensive Player of the Year and was listed as the nation's number two quarterback by ESPN.com/Scouts Inc. He was ranked 47th overall in ESPN's 150, 11th in MaxPreps Top 100 and 26th in SuperPrep Elite 50. Frazier was named to the PrepStart Dream Team, Orlando Sentinel's All Southern Team, Parade All-American Team and Under Armour All-American Team. USA Football selected him as well to the Under-19 National Team in Team USA vs. the World Game.
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