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Come and share in the fun of meeting two of the Virgin Islands' authors, Mrs. Anne Marie Danet, author of The Adventures of Jean-Pierre Mongoose, and Mrs. Theresa Bernier, author Blood and Parcels, at Forever Flowers.
Stay and share your comments with them during the live interview.
Steelpan music, courtesy of Robert Symons, may be purchased from his store at CDBaby.com.
If you live off-island, not to worry. Just call-in at 646-721-9611 during the show to share your comments. The entire live remote will be recorded and made available online for listening at your convenience.
Visit www.CDBaby.com/artist/RobertSymons to purchase Robert's music. Tell him Etienne sent you.
In case you missed it last Saturday, you can catch it this week. Come down to Forever Flowers in Frenchtown tomorrow, April 19, from 10:00 a.m. until 12:00 noon for the encore double-booksigning with native Virgin Islanders, Mrs. Ann Marie Danet and Mrs. Theresa Q. Bernier.
They are looking forward to sharing their exciting books and chatting with you.
Come, stay awhile to chat with them, join in the fun of the live remote, and enjoy light refreshments. See you there!
Steelpan music, courtesy of Robert Symons, may be purchased from his store at CDBaby.com.
If you live off-island, not to worry. Just call-in at 646-721-9611 during the show to share your comments. The live remote will be recorded and made available online for listening at your convenience.
Theresa A. Campbell is the author of the captivating novels, "Are You There, God?" and "God Has Spoken." She was born and raised in Jamaica West Indies. She received her bachelor's degree in business administration from Baruch College, and a master's degree in business administration from Fairleigh Dickinson University.
Theresa has had a deep passion for reading since she was a child. It is her desire to inspire readers by writing stories from the heart to uplift their faith in God.
MyFixitUpLife is a the National Hardware Show scouting innovations for better DIY makeovers at the HYDE tools booth with expert friends Sara Bendrick, Cari Cucksey, and Patrick McCombe.
We have a little bit of everything for tool geeks and DIY makeovers afficionados on this episode of MyFixitUpLife, broadcast from the National Hardware Show in Vegas.
Lucky are we that Cari Cucksey from HGTV's 'Cash and Cari' and the queen of furniture makeovers joins us to talk about flea markets, Country Living Fairs, and her new paint line that may just be showing up in a retailer near you soon. (Theresa was able to score a few samples to take home and test out. She'll be sharing a blog soon.) For now, head over to Cari's Repurpose Shop online to check out the paint and her amazing creations.
Fine Homebuilding editor Patrick McCombe comes ready with a pile of tool finds he's geeking out on from the companies sharing their innovations at the National Hardware Show. Patrick's keen sense of finding the best innovations from the rows and rows of products makes him a savvy expert. After the show, you'll want to head over to Fine Homebuilding to find out what he's sharing next. Your DIY makeovers will thank you.
DIY Network's 'I Hate My Yard' host and expert yard-master Sara Bendrick brings her enthusiasm for all things in the landscape, sharing Theresa's motto of 'It's only a weed if you don't want it there.' Composting, yard makeovers, and a quick painting during the broadcast to raise awareness for her favorite charity, you won't want to miss what happens next.
Live music by the talented John Valerio.
"THE LUST OF HER FLESH, by Theresa J. Scott is an honest, no-holds barred novel that will keep you on the edge your seat, from cover to cover. Sasha, the protagonist in this book, who, though professing to be a Christian, still finds herself yielding to the lust of her flesh.
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We're geeking out on old houses, DIY family life, paint innovations, and project trends at the National Hardware Show.
Mark and Theresa have a soft spot for other couples who love renovating old homes, and they might just have fallen hard for Andy and Candis Meredith at the National Hardware Show.
On this episode of MyFixitUpLife talk show, hosts Mark and Theresa are checking in with long-time DIY family friend Dan Cary, who is now part of the Woodworker's Journal family. They talk tools, staining, painting, and silly voices, because at the end of the day we're all just making home a happier place for our families.
New guest on the show Justin DiPego from DoItYourself.com talks trebuchets and DIY trends. Mark and Justin spent a weekend with a pile of other DIY experts at the Craftsman Makecation making awesome projects.
Mark Marotto from Shur-Line shares a few innovations including their paint and primer paint brushes, the staining pad that reaches between the deck boards for maximum coverage, and the paint roller quick release that makes the chore of removing a wet paint roll from a frame so much cleaner and easier.
Andy and Candis Meredith, new hosts of a soon-to-be-released HGTV show. They specialize in restoring old homes while raising seven boys inside their DIY family life. Based in Utah, the couple has created a business called Old Home Love which combines their passion for old homes with their incredible ability to renovate these historic properties.
On March 31 at George Washington University Hospital, Frances Audrey Theresa Ware was born. After three months, she moved overseas with her older brother of four years, Francis Anthony Isaac and mother, Dr. Jane A Ware. Dubbed "Terri" by her mother when she was a newborn, the three lived in England, Germany and Korea. After living overseas for 7 years, the Ware Family moved back to the states where they lived in Arlington, VA for a brief stint before moving to Stafford, VA where they established their new home.
Growing up, the now twenty four year old was involved in many extra-curricular activities. She played the viola, guitar and piano, danced and received her first degree black belt alongside her brother in Tae Kwon Do. Terri also found time to help out her community through girl scouts, church and later in high school through the Learn and Serve program. After attending Virginia School of the Arts for a summer intensive program and then graduating from North Stafford High School with an Advanced Diploma in 2009, Terri took a few years off to work, make sure her life goals were what she wanted to achieve and moved to Bowie, Maryland. Here, she was a make up artist for DC Fashion Week Spring/Summer 2015 Collection, volunteered her talents to conduct televised and written interviews for Fresh Daily Inc., a company that discovers and promotes "lifestyle" throughout the DMV and is chief correspondent for the CEO of ibrandwebrand, Denise Moss. Some of her interviews include well known individuals such as Chef James Robinson from Hells Kitchen Season 13 and singer Yhai Portier.
Don Minenger started out in modeling when he was 27 years old but after dealing with some disappointments and frustrating circumstances he decided to give it up. He gave up on the whole industry and decided to concentrate on raising his kids. It was not until June 2011 that an agency reached out to him and offered to help him get back into the industry, he was very hesitant to accept and told them he would call them back. He spent two weeks thinking about it, he decided to sign with them for six months and they told him that if they could not find any work for him within those six months that they could dissolve the contract. He waited and nothing came through and it made him depressed and he told himself that this is not for me. He received a call from a lady named Theresa that was producing an off-Broadway show in New York City. He landed the role and went on to work with her from 2011 to present in four of her productions. He also did another off-Broadway play with another very talented producer and writer named Nisi Newsom. Then he was discovered by an upcoming film director by the name of Nevaughn Brown. In between him doing plays back in 2012, he worked with Mr. Brown on a film called (Love Like This) and is currently working with him on some other projects. They are also in partnership with a magazine called (The Everyday Girl Magazine). He is currently writing a sitcom called (The Family) and also working on writing his first off-Broadway play called (Am I My Brothers’ Keeper). He is also looking to do some workshops for children that want to learn about the business the right way.
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This morning we’ll be chatting with guests Heath Gregory, Theresa Plakos, Scott Barger and Allison Miller and they are a big part of the team effort involved in putting on the third annual Tour de Pier.
Co-Founder of the Tour de Pier, Heath Gregory has been a long-time cycling enthusiast who has combined his love of the sport with his passion of finding a cure for cancer. Starting in 2011 – in a little over two years – his family lost four members to cancer.
Theresa Plakos has been the Public Relations-Outreach Manager at Cancer Support Community-Redondo Beach for nearly 4 years. Her primary responsibilities consist of working with the local media as well as the medical and non-medical communities throughout the South Bay and surrounding areas..
Allison Miller began volunteering for the Hirshberg Foundation for Pancreatic Cancer Research almost 18 years ago after she lost her dad to a four-month battle with pancreatic cancer. She began her career working with a local oncologist, Dr. Lee Rosen, where her responsibilities included coordinating and scheduling patient intake.
Scott Barger is the Co-Founder and VP of Business Development for Zwift, a fitness-entertainment, multiplayer videogame developer. Scott is an entrepreneurial executive with a track record of successfully establishing and growing innovative technology businesses in Japan, Asia Pacific and the UK. He has lived in UK for the last five years and has also resided in Japan for nearly 15 years.
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Yard crashed, grilled, and painted, let's talk MyFixitUpLife.
Today's guests are the ever-fun HGTV's Chris Lambton and Peyton Wright Lambton, Consumer Report's Mark Allwood, and tech expert Gary from Shur-Line.
Mark and Theresa are talking tips to paint makeovers, grilling, and landscaping with HGTV's Peyton and Chris Lambton, Consumer Report's Mark Allwood, and Gary from Shur-Line.
If you are itching to upgrade your grill or want to know how to find the perfect Father's Day gift, Mark Allwood is your go-to guy from Consumer Reports. We're talking tech, outdoor living, and how the experts at Consumer Reports actually test all of those grills. Oh, and Theresa is pretty sure Mark Allwood is from the future. You'll have to listen to find out why.
The joyful HGTV couple Peyton and Chris Lambton are talking about their whole-house remodel, landscaping, Yard Crashers, Peyton's new radio show that airs weekdays on Cape Cod (and iTunes), crazy hackers which forced Chris to relaunch his website, and Compassionate Care ALS. Chris and Peyton run the Falmouth Road Race race summer to help raise money and awareness for Compassionate Care ALS, which helped his mom and family when they needed it most.
And we're talking painting tools and tips that will help make your home makeover fantasies come true, with ease and joy from a job well done. If you haven't used Shur-Line's paint can lid, you'll want to add this to your next shopping list. It's the ultimate paint party hat, according to Theresa.
Wait! We're giving away the custom painting from Chris Lambton. Click here starting 5/12/15 for details.
Marvin Goins, President/CEO, GoinsLawson Games, Inc.
GoinsLawson Games, Inc., helps game creators develop their ideas into games that can be marketed and sold in a consumer marketplace.
Marvin Goins is “an average guy” from Philadelphia who grew up in Nicetown, and graduated from Simon Gratz High in 1990. He then went on to join the military (U.S. Army), and served as a veteran in the Desert Shield/Storm conflict in the middle east. After leaving the military in 1994, Marvin worked at a manufacturing facility before deciding to go back to school for a degree in computer science. Marvin then worked as a computer engineer for 14 years before finally becoming the President/CEO of his own company GoinsLawson Games, Inc.
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