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  • 01:00

    Book Chatter #35: featuring guest Jon Reiss

    in Books

    Book Chatter #35: featuring guest Jon Reiss

  • 01:10

    SFTL | Ep36 | Jon Hood

    in Sports

    SFTL Ep36 | Kevin and Bill talk Kentucky Wildcats Hoops with Jon Hood - shooting on recruiting, coaching and DA's infamous interview with the Louisville station



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  • 01:01

    Style with Trysh ~ Jon Marc

    in Entertainment

     


    K.Secret Dunbar is CEO/Founder/Creative Director of Jon Marc and Secret7; both under the umbrella of Seven Curves. Her passion for fashion began at the very young age of two, when she insisted on dressing herself.


    Growing up she’d often altered garments for a polished fit as she developed her curves. Before graduating high school she secured a management position in retail; it was then when she realized fashion was not only her passion it was also her purpose. A few years later, she opened a brick and mortar; this was the beginning of her seeking a place in the fashion market as a retailer. Although the business was successful, it was still difficult for K.Secret to find manufactured garments to fit the curvy hourglass figure of her and customers with the "curvy woman" issue. Very frustrated she resorted to altering inventory to compliment the shape of hourglass curves. Eventually, she constructed an entire garment and from there was inspired to design for women with the same curvy women complexes.


    K.Secret soon discovered with fashion design and apparel construction there was a need for fashion education. A stickler for perfection she closed the business and pursued a full time degree in Fashion Merchandise and Retail Management at the Art Institute of Washington. During her studies she discovered a great love for Fashion History, Product Development, Merchandise Management and Branding; these courses were the foundation of her future in fashion as a designer. Shortly before receiving a Bachelor’s Degree, her research solidified the demand for her niche in the market; women with hour glass curves. This revelation was the births of Jon Marc- a clothing line for women with hourglass curves, Secret7- the footwear line (coming soon), and Seven Curves- the online boutique.


    www.JonMarcCollection.com
    www.SevenCurves.com 
    PH: 301.404.9436
     

  • 02:53

    Reno Jack, Blues411 Report, Jon Spear & Couch Kid New Music Isaiah B Brunt

    in Music

    SHOW # 268 - Live, Uncut & Uncensored Conversations With "Musicians You Should Know"


    First up is Reno Jack, who after years of recording and producing others has his debut album out entitled Lightning Fried.  There are guest appearances by Watermelon Slim, Janelle Frost, Sunday Wilde and more.  Reno and I will talk about his musical journey and the new album.


    Blues411 Report with Chefjimi, will focus on the upcoming BMAs and, once again, we will solve the issues of the world.


    Jon Spear is out of Central Virginia and was a challenger in the 2015 IBC.  His debut album is entitled Old Soul and Jon and I will explore his life and music.


    Then from Australia, Couch Kid Isaiah B Brunt calls in to talk about his latest release, Just The Way That It Goes, which he recorded in New Orleans last year.  We'll find out what Isaiah has been up to since his last visit to The Couch and what he has up his sleeves for the future.

  • 00:30

    All the Jon Jones and Mayweather vs Paquiao talk you can handle

    in MMA

    On this week’s edition of The Majority Decision we will delve further into the Jon Jones controversy and the UFC’s decision to strip him of the UFC light heavyweight title. Did they make the right call? Was it a move that should have been made sooner? We will also talk about boxing’s biggest fight that should have taken place 4, 5, even 6 years ago. Who came out on top of the epic showdown between boxing’s last two draws and is this fight between Manny Paquiao and Floyd Mayweather the final nail in the coffin of the once beloved sweet science?


    All this and more live every Sunday at 10 PM central standard time.  

  • 00:21

    MMATorch Audio Update 5/5/15

    in Sports

    It's time for a solo audio update from MMATorch Editor Jamie Penick this week at BlogTalkRadio.com/MMATorch. In this week's update he breaks down the UFC's actions towards Jon Jones, the new UFC 187 main event along with another shift to that event, a new look for the UFC Hall of Fame, and more, including a preview for this week's UFC Fight Night 65 event on UFC Fight Pass.

  • 00:39

    Jon Johnson & Adam Boles

    in Current Events

    Jon Johnson and Adam Boles join Michael Salamone to talk about the week's headlines

  • Comeback Season

    in Entertainment

    We back from a little hiatus, but REEL TALK RADIO is in the building. We have lots to talk about and catch up on. From the Balitmore City riots, whats going on in sports, and also entertainment. Oh! and how can we leave out the Tom Foolery. You already know how we get down and if you dont then your in for one of the best shows going on blogtalk.

  • 00:08

    Buyers Meeting Point Weekly Update for May 4th, 2015

    in Business

    In this week's procurement podcast, I've taken a different approach. With ISM2015 taking place in Phoenix, Arizona, I have recommended the breakout sessions I think are worth your consideration. Rather than recommending sessions based on title and topic alone however, I will suggest which presenters are worth meeting. After all, conferences like ISM are as much about the people you get to meet as they are the information you take in.


    Share your thought's on what you believe is The Future of Procurement on Twitter using the hashtag #FutureBuy


    Be sure to visit the Buyers Meeting Point website @ http://buyersmeetingpoint.com

  • 01:59

    Stitches #2

    in Sports

    Tune in to Frat House Sports Radio Network’s newest all-sports program, Stitches with Jon & Harold.


    At the top of the list are the events from this past weekend including the NFL Draft; the Floyd Mayweather – Manny Pacquiao bout; and, the Kentucky Derby.


    They’ll also be joined by sports director of WNJC 1360-AM’s and host of “Sports Maniacs” Ray Moffo; and Baltimore’s 105.7 The Fan’s Rob Lang to chat about the situation in “Charm City” and a lead-up to the Orioles – Mets and the O’s – Yankees series.


    They’ll finish it all up with a look at both the NHL and NBA Playoffs. . . oh, and they’re also taking you calls at 347 – 826 – 9964. So be sure to give them a call and wish them all of the best on their brand-new program, Stitches!

  • 02:01

    LOTL The Comfort Zone Welcomes Stephanie Spruill, debuts new CD 'IT’S A JAZZ DAY

    in Music

    This multi-faceted force of vocal nature brings to her first true JAZZ album an extensive history as a session and touring vocalist and stellar reputation as a vocal and artist development coach and author of “17 Points To Longevity in Show Business.” Like her expansive career, Spruill engages many different influences – including R&B, CONTEMPORARY URBAN JAZZ, TRAD JAZZ and BRAZILIAN – to create a musical journey that allows her to tap into her full vocal range. Her splendid mix of originals and classics includes a sassy, brass-infused “Fever,” an intimate “Round Midnight” and the moody, poetic title track, featuring Brenda Russell and Patrice Rushen, which cleverly weaves decades of jazz legends into a celebration of the art form. When you’ve got “A Metheny morning and a Whalum afternoon…Tea with Thelonious and a Yellowjacket Moon,” you know IT’S A JAZZ DAY! ~JONATHAN WIDRAN



    This amazing cd has covered a spectrum of sounds from seductive Jazz, the classics, to exhilarating soul, with an all-star cast of A list players. Jeff   Lorber   and Stephanie wrote hits---that are featured on this album---"Nothing Last Forever” and “Sweet Control” for Jon Lucien. Stephanie had major success with “I’ll Be Good to You” for   Najee   on his Tokyo Blue album.
    “It’s a Jazz Day”  featuring pianists Patrice Rushen and Brenda Russell wrote and sang background on It’s a Jazz Day. 


    Stephanie's band has a keen sense of musical brilliance as well as an undeniable knack for accompanying her jazz compositions 
    Here is an CD that rocks the soul, uplifts the spirit and makes you feel like you are listening to a live concert.