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Topics this week include:
Vogue Podcast (You can download the Vogue podcast on iTunes or at Vogue.com.)
What Makes Me Weird? with Joel Sharpton (http://AlwaysListeningPod.com/makesmeweird or at http://BlogTalkRadio.com/makesmeweird)
Fuel for Warriors (http://www.blogtalkradio.com/fuelforwarriors)
Uber ride to Airforce 1
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Join Stacy Darlene Monday Night starting at 6pst/8cst/9est as she interviews some of the hottest up and coming artists in the entertainment industry! At 6pm she will be joined by Author Talehia McCants who is a writer and publisher making a true impact in the literary world. Photographer Charlie V will join the show starting at 630pm. Charlie is a young creative genius that has been able to capture the pure essence of a woman's beauty. Spoken word artist, Vogue Robinson with Battle Born Slam will join the show at 7pst to perform live and tell us how Battle Born Slam is bringing culture to the Las Vegas community! BIG SONO will be dropping into the studio starting at 730 to tell us about his movement and give us a peek into his musical mind! This is going to be a great show, so make sure to TUNE IN!
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alexi wasser's popular blog imboycrazy.com comes to life in podcast form! call in and ask alexi your love, dating, and sex questions! A pep talk, in the form of a slap in the face, in the form of a blog...and now a podcast!
Crystal-Lee Quibell speaks with author, Christa Parravani on how she wrote her memoir, Her. A story of survival after a twins death and how she finished writing the book her twin sister had begun.
Christa Parravani is the author of the bestselling Her: A Memoir. Her was named an Amazon Debut Spotlight Pick, best book of the month and named a must-read memoir by NPR, Oprah, and Vogue. Parravani’s writing has appeared in Marie Claire, Glamour, The London Times and, The Washington Post. Christa has an M.F.A. in Visual Art from Columbia University & Creative Writing from Rutgers Newark. Currently an Assistant Professor of Creative Writing at West Virginia University’s M.F.A. program. christaparravani.com
Crystal-Lee Quibell is an aspiring writer and book coach with a particular love for memoir. She is a champion for the written word and an obsessive book collector with a serious case of wanderlust. A self-described mermaid and witchy woman for life. Follow her travels and book publishing journey by visiting Crystal-Lee at www.crystalleequibell.com
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For our listeners who may not know, October is Depression Awareness month and we are honored to have Rachel Kelly join us from London to discuss this illness and her work in this area.
Educated at Oxford University, Rachel Kelly began her career at Vogue and went on to spend ten years as a journalist at The London Times. She is the co-editor of iF: A Treasury of Poems for Almost Every Possibility and the creator of two poetry apps. Rachel gives talks and runs workshops across the country on the therapeutic value of the arts.
Her memoir Black Rainbow on the healing power of the written word was a Sunday Times bestseller and won the Best First Book prize at the Spear’s Book Awards. All author proceeds from the book are going to mental health charities - SANE and United Response. She continues to campaign to reduce the stigma surrounding mental illness. Visit http://www.rachel-kelly.net
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Join Dave Aschaiek of Tryary.com as he talks with law of attraction expert, coach and author, Christy Whitman.
Christy Whitman is a New York Times bestselling author, transformational leader, and author of the forthcoming book The Art of Having It All. She has appeared on The Today Show and The Morning Show, and her work has been featured in People Magazine, Seventeen, Woman's Day, Hollywood Life, and Teen Vogue, among others. As the CEO and founder of the Quantum Success Coaching Academy, a 12-month Law of Attraction coaching certification program. Christy has helped thousands of people worldwide to achieve their goals through her empowerment seminars, speeches, and coaching sessions and products. Christy's life-changing message reaches over 125,000 people a month, and her work has been promoted by and featured with esteemed authors and luminaries such as Marianne Williamson, Dr. Wayne Dyer, Marci Shimoff, Brian Tracy, Neale Donald Walsch, Abraham-Hicks, and Louise Hay. She currently lives in Montreal with her husband, Frederic, and their two boys, Alexander and Maxim.
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On Wednesday October 14th, President of Marcy Clark PR & Events and Founder of The Women's Mafia, Marcy Clark will be in our studios, taking us through a beginners intensive on PR HOW TO's. This show will be filled with PR essentials geared to the entrepreneur, small business, and/or beginner PR professional.
Marcy Clark is a New York City based Publicist and Event Planner. Her areas of expertise include publicizing fashion designers, artists, jewelry and accessory brands, interior designers, furniture studios and luxury lifestyle products and services. She has secured placements in top media outlets such as The New York Times, Glamour, Vogue, Perez Hilton, NBC, ABC and much more.
Marcy serves as chair on various non-profit event councils and committees, including serving as a co-chair for GLAAD's prestigious Annual Art Auction. Her connections give her great pull and influence to use for client and Women's Mafia events. Marcy is also hired by renowned PR Firms to assist on tech, fashion and lifestyle projects.
And if that isn't already an information-packed show, we will bring you the usual weeks "In-The-News" and "Must-Attend-Events," as well as, our designer feature of the day.
Designer Feature: Chains & Crystals Necklace by Adia Kibur
The Chains & Crystals Necklace is a glamorous necklace with variations of multi-chains tightly woven together and embellished with crystals for added shine and shimmer. It comes with a silver links extension for size adjustment and an easy to use lobster enclosure to easily put on or take off.
People are so confused about the difference between Sunblock and Sunscreen. You will hear the best solutions to protect your skin and prevent future sun damage. Learn which ingredients not only protect your skin in the sun as well as how you can still get a tan in the sun
CONTACT: lorihart.com 424-249-3809 for your complimentary skin care assessment
Lori Hart is a well-known Hollywood beauty artist specializing in healthy alternatives to plastic surgery. Her nurturing and very private healing rejuvenation spa, Lori Hart About Face And Beyond, is conveniently tucked away for your privacy and comfort. As you enter this exclusive wonderland of comfort and bliss, you immediately feel relaxed. Recognized as an anti-aging expert, her clientele reads like the Who’s Who of Hollywood, Mariel Hemingway, Martha Stewart, Uma Thurman, Charlize Theron, Laura Dern, Diane Ladd, Pamela Anderson, Linda Gray, Donald Sutherland, Eddie Murphy, Timothy Dalton, Peter Coyote and many others. Lori is featured regularly in magazines such as Glamour, Self, LA Times, Ms Fitness, Women’s Health & Fitness, Entrepreneur, LA Business Journal and has appeared on TV’s Fox News, Good Day L.A., Eye On L.A., ABC, NBC, CBS, KCAL to name a few. She has worked on photo shoots for Playboy, Vogue, Rolling Stone, Vanity Fair, Forbes and worked on shows for HBO and Showtime. Lori was also selected for the exclusive Haven Beauty annual event for the Oscars
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During Beverly Johnson’s youth, “Fashion was never discussed in the Johnson home.” Yet, when the teenaged Beverly finally heeded the comments urging her to consider a modeling career, it was her mother who, ignoring her father’s disapproval, took Beverly to New York City to meet with a woman who had close relationships to the leading fashion magazines.
The successful four-decade career in modeling that followed is now passionately described by Johnson in The Face That Changed It All: A Memoir.
Johnson describes herself as a tall, painfully shy “nerd” who, while growing up in Buffalo, New York, always had her head in a book and loved swimming. Often bullied by her classmates, as a teen she also experienced attempted molestation from the father of a child she was babysitting. Despite original career aspirations to be a championship swimmer or a lawyer, a few chance encounters led her to New York City and a career in which Johnson eventually made her mark in 1974 as the first black cover model of Vogue.
As far back as the 19th century whenthe telegraph came into vogue, people have been looking for a better way to deliver information and goods more efficiently than the US Postal Service. Today's wired world has created a myriad of electronic delivery systems that do everything from rendering payment, to delivering messages and even packages at the click of a mouse. On today's show we will delve into a number of innovative delivery systems, as well as the possibility that in the near future the USPS could very well be as dead as the dodo bird.
Get some tea, and turn on the radio for Harlem man Musa Jackson. Musa Jackson is an Award winning Harlem producer, screen writer, philanthropist and humanitarian was born in Harlem.
He has been working from Harlem for years, he has modeled for Jean Paul Gaultier, Diane Von Furstenberg, Tyson Beckford from Paris to Milan, GQ to Vogue, Interview Magazines and everyone locally. He was the first black male model for The Gap. In this life he's the #1 event producer in the world of Harlem and the new Society Columnist for Uptown Magazine - he tells us what's next!. Today's show was taped live on with Danny Tisdale on Harlem World Radio. www.musajacksonproductions.com
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