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Don't Miss "EZ.ACCESS" tonight 9:00 pm est hosted by the fly Ladies,Topic: " HALL PASS" You may have played the old, "If you could sleep with one celebrity or a friend of mine ,who would it be?..." game, but a week of unquestioned marital freedom sounds like the perfect offer. We wonder if there are couples out there who are really that open and trusting.Would you give your significant other a "hall pass" if you thought it would improve the relationsh
We all have celebrity crushes, right? That untamable fantasy person at the top of your sexual bucket list? Whether its Megan Good or Idris Elba, we all have that celebrity that if given the opportunity for one chanced encounter your significant other maybe willing to look the other way. What happens when that fantasy person isn’t a celebrity but someone more accessible? Like someone seen on the train or the bartender at a popular restaurant? Could you grant your significant other a &lsqu
Threesomes are becoming more common among couples. It is no longer consider taboo or forbidding. The million dollar question is ladies would you allow your man a threesome or hall pass if that is his sexual desire or fantasy? We would love to know could a threesome or hall pass better a sexual relationship or can it potentially ruin a sexual relationship? Furthermore ladies! if you allow him a threesome or hall pass, is there something you would want in return. For example, would you want a ce
This week we review the movie Hall Pass, with a little post-Oscar chat as we discuss the winners, losers, and how James Franco and Anne Hathaway fared on their first Oscar hosting gig! Finally, another game of Real Plot or Not! Tune in for the fun!
The smoke filled bars....The loud music....The sawdust covered dance floors....The honky tonk angels.....Scott Stamper covers these and a lot of other musical topics in "Honky Tonk Saloon & Dance Hall"
Scott's motto for this show is "All Country, Every Week", and that's exactly what he'll bring you too. Just in time for your Thursday dinner hour, Scott will bring you all the country you can handle, from the lyin' and cheatin' songs, to the drinking songs, to the ballads, to the songs that move you to spin around the dance floor.
Put on your Wranglers and your best pair of boots, push back the coffee table, and throw some sawdust on that hardwood floor, as Scott Stamper brings back some of the glory days of country music with "Honky Tonk Saloon & Dance Hall"
Blanche Williams’ passion for building leadership in our next generation inspired her to establish the National Black Women’s Town Hall, Inc. (NBWTH), in 2008, a non-profit inter-generational think-tank convening meaningful conversations. It was established as an extension of her National XM Radio Talk Show, Greatness By Design, and its groundbreaking series, Race and Gender in our Nation and the National Women's Town Hall Meeting. In addition she interviewed some of the world's most fascinating people including Dr. Maya Angelou, Patti LaBelle, Kerry Washington, Quincy Jones, Iyanla Vanzant, and others. She covered the nomination of Barack Obama as well as front row coverage of the Inauguration of President Barack Obama.
Williams was invited to the Obama's first Holiday Reception in December 2008 followed by a special invitation from First Lady Michelle Obama to a special screening of Tyler Perry's "For Colored Girls." She was one of 30 female leaders invited from around the country.
Williams is CEO of Greatness By Design, LLC, a leadership expert, speaker, corporate trainer, coach, professor and writer. Other career highlights include development of a Leadership Institute for Prince George's County/MD private school, worked with the Clinton Administration on the historic Western Hemispheric Summit in Miami, Mayoral appointee to Metro-Dade County Community Relations Board (CRB), Small Business Incubator Director for the Center for Technology, Enterprise and Development, Inc.(T.E.D. Center),and United Nations Speaker in Istanbul, Turkey.
She holds a Masters in Leadership, with honors, from Nova Southeastern University School of Business and Entrepreneurship and a BA in Communication Studies from University of Maryland University College.
Today, I am on location in Las Vegas Nevada having my flag flown at the Clark County Museum. I am being hosted by Mark P. Hall-Patton: Administrator, Clark County Museum system.
This is the same flag that has flown over Cheyenne high school in North Las Vegas where my son Robert teaches English.
It is honor and privilege to do a show with a gentleman that I have seen on TV (“Pawn Stars” and “American Restoration”, take the time out of his busy schedule to both hoist my flag and then talk about his adventures as a museum administer.
Mark Hall-Patton is the Museums Administrator for the Clark County museum system, where he oversees the Clark County Museum, the Howard W. Cannon Aviation Museum, and the Searchlight History Museum. He has been with Clark County for nineteen years, and was previously the Director of the San Luis Obispo County Historical Museum in California.
He is a MAP surveyor for the American Association of Museums. He has authored two books, Memories of the Land (a place names dictionary of San Luis Obispo County, California) and Asphalt Memories (a street names dictionary of the Vegas valley). He has written over 400 published articles, and has written and produced 48 local history videos. In 2009, he hosted a live interview program on C4 television in the Vegas valley, and is regularly seen on the History Channel’s Pawn Stars as a visiting expert. He has also appeared on American Restoration and Mysteries at the Museum.
In addition to the Nevada Museums Association, where he served as President from 2000 to 2002 and 2008-2010, and has previously served on the California Association of Museums and Western Museums Association boards. He is a member of the Board of the Nevada Test Site Historical Foundation, and the Nevada Aerospace Hall of Fame.
More than your average pretty face, and girlish figure Lovely Mela is prone to show those she comes into contact with that you can be classy, and carry yourself well. You will find her talking about "the importance of how an individual dresses" that can cause others to judge. She has a way of bringing out points that will make you think, and gives tips that can help build self-esteem.
Having been through many scams she has learned and teaches young girls and women that want to model the precautions to take in regards to their careers. Now, under the management of SpiritSoul Radio Network she is broadening her horizons and ready for take off!!!
There is so much to look forward to from Lovely Mela and you can hear her every other Thursday 6:30 pm EST. on SPSN with her show "Lovely Mela Fashion Segment" by dialing 310-982-4274 to listen LIVE.