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So excited to have a FABULOUS guest; the one and only Queen Pamela Smith out of Texas. She is a dynamic woman and yes she is true royalty. Questions I will be asking are;
What is Plus Size P.O.W.E.R.?
- What P.O.W.E.R. Stands For /Organization Background/ Founders
- Fashion Shows
- Plus Size POWER USA
Open an Online Boutique in 2012, Princess Pamela Boutique…tell me about that?
- Background name of PPB
- Type of Clothes We Sell
and Queen Pamela will be giving more background regarding;
Both groups joined together to form P.O.W.E.R. Membership Club…tell me more about that?
- Sisterhood of Sizes Plus Sizes 14 and Up and Sizes 0-24
- Membership Drive
- State Chapters
- Faces of Lady POWER Contest
Upcoming P.O.W.E.R. Events?
- Wellness Marathon Walk (Pink POWER Walkers)
- Early May Fashion Show Appearance
- Memorial Day Weekend Fashion Show Fundraiser
Contact information; www.plussizepower.com
This show is for anyone. We are going to share tips, talk about celebrities, and talk about things that the audience wants to talk about, and more! This is not just some stupid radio station this will be a fun one. You will be able to interact with me and everyone else. I promise you will enjoy my new radio station.
Producer, Writer and Director Sylvia Wilson is back!! That's right "SYLKYDIVA" is back to tell us that casting has begun for "Plus Size Divas The Musical and Plus Size Divas Movie"; so get your audition on. We will also be talking about investment opportunites are also available; and if you want to invest please go to
and show your support and invest in something that is positive and real.
Will be discussing some interesting articles regarding what some designers are calling PLUS SIZE. One article we will be discussing will be Calvin Klein http://www.usatoday.com/story/news/nation-now/2014/11/11/calvin-klein-plus-size-model-controversy/18843537/ who thinks size 10 is PLUS SIZE; really???? We also will discuss an interesting song "All about that bass" by Meghan Trainor. Discussing these topics with me will be PLUS SIZE designer the owner of Voluptuous You Desiree Fleming
What term best describes you? Plus size? Full figured? Curvy? BBW? Voluminous? Which box do you fit into? I mean society says one thing and you say something else. Then you have your friend saying something different. What is going on?
Along with the shows topic we will have Desiree Fleming the owner and operator of Voluptuous You a fashion and design company. Desiree is doing big things this year Voluptuous You invites you to "Curvaceous Celebration" A day & Night in the Life of a Curvy Girl. April 19th, 2015 at the Renaissance Hotel in Plantation. 7pm to 11pm with door prizes, pop-up store, entertainment, vendors, hor d'oeuvres, curvy models, swimwear, lingerie, resortwear.
Tickets $55. To purchase contact Christi Patton, Nesh Lovick at email@example.com. www.differentshadesofblackness.com.
Or inbox Desiree Fleming.
A portion of proceeds to benefit anti-bullying/anti-suicide platforms -
The Trevor Project (DSOB) and Girl Talk with Ms. Fab (VY).
Will be speaking with the FABULOUS Sylvia Wilson AKA "SylkyDiva" vocalist, actress, playwright; she wear many hats, the recipient of The 2010 YGEA Award for Female Vocalist and The 2010 Hall of Fame Inductee into The Black Essence Awards. She is the CEO & Founder of SyklySmoove Entertainment. We will be discussing her play & movie entitled PLUS SIZE DIVAS; among other things that Sylvia is doing.
Catch Bronx, New York native, Michelle Cuttin, on Off The Shelf radio (http://www.blogtalkradio.com/Denise-Turney-) on Saturday, March 28 at 11am/EST. Find out why Michelle is the Queen of Plus Size Fiction! During the show, Off The Shelf talk radio show host, Denise Turney, will talk about the lack of attention that plus size women get in novels. Denise Turney and Michelle Cuttin will also discuss the development of Queen of Plus Size Fiction, branding, book marketing and practical steps that book authors can take to connect with more readers.
Dial into the show at: 347-994-3490. You can also connect via the Off The Shelf radio chat room by clicking http://www.blogtalkradio.com/Denise-Turney-
See you Saturday, March 28 at 11am/EST. Pass the word! Off The Shelf shows are awesome!
Tonight we talk about making datng more fun for women.... Single women have more freedom in 2015 to choose to date in various ways. They can meet potentials in traditional places or online. There seems to be a lot of choice but when women actually date is it fun? Do we know what it takes to make it fun for us? Or do we just go with the flow and wait for potential mates to make the decision?
Let's talk about it....
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Tru Talk Radio will be discussing anything an every thing that deals with the entertainment business.... an of course we will be
jammin out some music...feel free to call in 646-787-8245
We also will be looking at everything going on in the world and the entertainment business side of things
also this episode is dedticated to all those that have Supported us because without yall none of this would be possible so be
sure to tune in an take a listen because we will be jammining on this fun fucked up friday
Mind of Mansion Podcast Episode 124: Matt Kelley @fantasy_mansion laments the imposition of fantasy football questions on social media.
Amari Cooper is the most precocious wide receiver prospect since Julio Jones.
Once situation and resale value is factored in, Breshad Perriman becomes a top-2 rookie wide receiver.
Intractable fantasy analysts are generally slow to adjust pre-draft rookie rankings based on post-draft landing spots.
Amari Cooper's college dominator rating, breakout age, size-adjusted 40-time, three-cone drill, 20-yard shuttle, and agility score fit the profile of a one-a-generation NFL route runner.
Andre Holmes' development, or lack thereof, will determine Amari Cooper's role in the Oakland Raiders' offense.
Advanced metrics, prospect evaluations, and fantasy football information were provided by PlayerProfiler.com.
Whither the Family Medical History? As a family fanatic in a "Families Only" practice, I love the FMH and use it daily- over and over again. It's rich and useful and ever changing. A JAMA Viewpoint will be the stimulus for my comments.
Food: It's killing us and saving us at the same time. Get a fork! is one of my current dogmas. Is it that simple? No wheat. More nuts. More forks.?
I'm still having fun in practice. I may be somewhat delusional since the walls are moving in with IT and EMR's everywhere. I do fear the loss of my voice as a Family Physician. I comment on my blog about the Voice of Family Medicine.