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Tonight's show is a very special look at last Monday night's Creative Arts - Emmys dresses that are NOT just bridesmaid fair. Obviously this is not a rush show, other than I thought after I journaled about it I thought you've been wondering about the dresses, too.
Renting the perfect Wedding dress: How to Choose and where to find it in Vegas. Parallel between Dance Costuming & Wedding Gowns. Everything you need to know about dressing up yourself & Renting a Dress. How dance experience and understanding of movement helps dress a bride. Dianne Schiller, former dancer, dance instructor and owner of Renta-Dress & Tux Shop.
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September 23 - Jazz Vocalist - Toni Lincoln
When vocalist Toni Lincoln was 5 years old, she liked to dress up in her grandmother’s vintage dresses and sing to her dolls which she neatly arranged on her bed as an audience for her impromptu concerts. Little did she know that it would be more than 5 decades later that she would do her first real live singing appearance at a little subterranean Portland jazz club.
Toni Lincoln’s new self-titled CD is testament to her love of the Great American Songbook and her exceptional skill in bringing emotional honesty and her own special sweetness to the genre.
With the haunting sounds of days gone by, Toni is the essence of the crisp, pure, smooth tones that are so reminiscent of standard chirpings made legendary by greats like Ella and Sarah,
Let me just say that these stupid segments on AJ Labs drove me crazy. I can't watch all of them because their anti-Israel stupidity will give me a heart attack. But I will analyze what it is with getting stupid women in pretty dresses hosting anti-Israel segments. Is it meant to get brainwash young men more into hating Israel? Why is it that all their segments seem to be hosted by the same type of demographic: supposedly pretty girls in pretty dresses who don't seem to be very bright? I will discuss the type of stupidity on those broadcasts, wether it's promoting BDS, or saying that Israel "changed" it's story because, according to that shit for brain host, Israel cited the Yeshiva students, rocket fire, and closing the tunnels. Never mind that the kidnapping and the killing of the Yeshiva students and the rocket fire is what caused Israel to again defend itself. And never mind that the tunnels are used by Hamas and other terrorist groups to smuggle in rockets that are fired at Israel. It goes to show how dumn those girls hosting these AJ Labs programs tend to be. All I can say is that they should feel lucky they're not in Iran, Saudi Arabia, or Hamas-controlled Gaza where they will be treated as worse than cattle, forced to wear the Hjiab [or burqa] or could be taken out and stoned. In fact, Israel is the only place in the region where those dummies would have any freedom and would not be treated as worse than cattle. But why is it that these AJ Labs broadcasts promote the same hateful message against Israel? And they're hosted by the same type of demographic: dumb girls? And another provocative question should be: Why no demand for Affirmative Action for these AJ Labs dummies like there would be if all its broadcasts were done by white Conservative males?
We as a society teach our female children "don't get raped" yet we seem to fail to teach our male children "don't rape". How did we reach this disconnect and how do we go about addressing it? Often during rape trials we hear people talk about how the victim was "asking for it, just look how she was dressed" and we seem to accept this analysis as valid. It isn't, why do we as a society put the onus for rape on the victim instead of where it truly belongs, on the rapist? Why do we fail to teach our male children that how a woman dresses is not an invitation to do as they please, that they should not rape no matter what excuse they feel they have?
On today's show we are discussing society's views on rape. If you feel you have a question or comment that will add to the discussion please do call in on (646)716-6583 at 4:30 pm EST.
As always if you can't catch the show live it is archived for your listening convenience.
Giftted singer/songwriter Jenn Em Debuts New single 'JAILKEEPER' Featured on Singersroom.com
Singer + songwriter Jenn Em (née Jennifer Michelle Malsch), 22, was born and raised in the shadow of the US capitol, in small-town Chevy Chase, Maryland. The lone creative soul in a family of academic types, Jenn was playing the piano by age four, and had written her first song at age six. While still in single-digits she took up the violin, performing for audiences at the Kennedy Center, the White House, and at Baltimore Orioles baseball games – each instance in perfectly frilly dresses, accented by child-prodigy cuteness. She was never not singing. As a rebellious teenager she dropped the cute act, and expanded her musical repertoire by entering the world hip-hop and R&B as an around-the-way writer and hook-singer. In 2008 she released a remix of "Nike Boots" by fellow Washington, D.C. native Wale (feat. Lil' Wayne). The track exploded in the local market and provided the kick in the ass the then seventeen-year old Jenn needed to decide to pack up and hit the road for Los Angeles.
“I sang everywhere, for everyone – anyone!” she reflects about her early moments looking for a break on the West coast. Stumbling over roadblocks in life and love the way young, ambitious girls do, Jenn poured her pain into her music. Then, the way it randomly goes in the business of music, Jenn met JUB Records owner + executive Jubbie Chang – with whom she grew an electric creative synergy and began to develop her unique musical sound. Together they began working on her deeply personal and inspired project. Jenn Em is currently writing and recording her ice blue-eyed, raw-soul inspired debut EP with few fucks otherwise to give.
The Dress-A-Pa-Looza event is a once a month giveaway on The Dress Addict! This event is always the first Tuesday of each month at noon, PST. Prizes are given away from our extremely generous sponsors, who also offer discount shopping using DRESSADDICT as a coupon code at checkout. More info at www.thedressaddict.com
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Today you can win one of several amazing prizes: DRESSES, of course, but also everything that can help accessorize your dress: shapewear, jewelry, makeup and skin care and more! Find out about some of our amazing sponsors, their products, and get clued in on secret promo and coupon codes that you use on our sponsor sites! Please note that we only allow one prize per winner to make sure everyone gets a chance to win! :)
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From an early age, Texas native, Alex Bexar steered clear of playing with dolls and frilly dresses. Instead, she gravitated toward family members and their discussions on experiences in military, reading science fiction novels, and watching scary movies. Her latest novella, Now You're Dead, is set in her favorite Sci-Fi genre and weaves an intriguing tale about the problems of scientific pursuits without the balance of compassion and an ethical compass.
Captain Andy Jones rescues an infant during a mass evacuation of Eden Village failed resort community on the planet Virginis. Dr. Minos is so impressed with Captain Jones' mental and physical abilities, he selects him to be his first subject in growing a human brain in his lab. Captain Jones is unaware he is about to lose his head in exchange for Dr. Minos' obsessive pursuit of science.
We are celebrating the baby girls in our lives. Children are special. Call in and say what is special about your baby girl. Share of teh special moments. We are are presenting the Baby girl birthday dresses for ages 1-5. Take a moment and look at teh dress. Call in and place a order and get that special baby girl her birthday dress made. Help her create memories that will lasta life time.
Joyce Peñas Pilarsky is an fashion designer, model, beauty queen, Classic Mrs. Asia International Global 2014, MWI International Ambassador 2013, Philippine's Best Dressed and Style Icon 2013, book author, singer, painter and philanthropist.
Joyce had been designing dresses, gowns and fashion accessories for a long time. She always wanted to design her own clothes because she loves to create something different and it’s her passion.
Three years ago , she started to join fashion shows around the globe like Philippine Fashion Week, J Summer Fashion show in Paris, Fashion Week Brooklyn, New York, Summer Fashion show in Germany, Ecoluxe Luxury Fashion show during the London Fashion Week 2014 and the ECO Fashion Show during the UAE Green Festival, Abu Dhabi.
She is set to rock the runway in Boston during the Boston Fashion Week on October 11, 2014 and for the third season she will come back to present her collections at Fashion Week Brooklyn
Joyce luckily received rave reviews from different shows she joined and she was featured in several magazines in the Philippines, USA, United Kingdom, France and Germany.
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Anina Young, Budget Weddings NYC's resident expert for undergarment wear and owner of Brazen Lingerie. Ms. Young will be on hand as we decide what dresses will work best in the wedding aisles and what to wear underneath to make you look dynamite.
We'll both give you our picks as to what you will see in June and July of 2014, on the Academy Awards' red carpet and the show's dresses worn by the stars..
If you'd like to talk to either of us: Give us a call at 347-996-5829.
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