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Whether it's sun dresses, shorts, halter tops, skirts, or rompers...The Summer season always has a way of bringing out all types of styles...some classy...and others...not so much. Tune into "Barbershop Talk" on "The Dedan Tolbert Show" TONIGHT at 9:00pm EST, as our panel of professional men discuss "Class vs Ass: Summer Fashion Do's and Don'ts. To hear some of the realest men in the country discuss our biggest fashion turn on's and turn off's, call 646 200 0366 or listen online worldwide at www.dedantolbertshow.com. "REAL Radio that Matters for over 10 Years"
Blacktopia Presents.... Round Table Talk Radio with hosts Some Guy Named Jay and Elizabeth The Great
Featured Panelist Barbara Williams Cason
Special Guest Tracy June
Blacktopian Member Tracy June spent time in Federal Prison and on July 28th Tuesday 9:00 PM EST she will talk with the listeners about her real life experience and what she did when she got out to get her life back on track.
Tune in by calling (323) 870-4392 or press one to enter the cue to join the discussion.
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Join us as our host Robin Masiewicz shares about a 92 year young women who has learned the practices of being young. Discover her practices she didn't even start til she was in her 80's. Join us in the conversation...The Transformation Cafe a fun place to nourish your soul
Ty Shwortzz was born and raised in ONT, Canada.
From the very moment Ty could talk, music was a huge part of her life. Her father was a singer/keyboardist in the band "Back to Back" and she often went to his shows and practices.
Learning to play the Keyboard at the age of 4, she began to enjoy entertaining, even if it was just in the living room of her family home, often putting shows together for Mom and Dad and the odd family friend.
At the age of seven, she began performing in talent competitions and karaoke parties. At the age of 13, Ty began writing music and poetry.
In 2011, Ty had the opportunity to write a verse to a song for a contest, which consisted of a music video and recording session. The people who wrote the best verses became a part of the project titled "The Lean on Me Project" .
While presenting her part for the contest, another hopeful singer "Li'l Crunk", noticed her and offered to work together to create a single which would later be known as "Yeah Right". Ty was given an instrumental piece; she wrote the lyrics to it and provided lead and backup vocals.
2011 was also a big year for Ty as she performed on Canada D'EH in front of an estimated crowd of 3000. This was the first time performing her own piece from the previous contest! She also performed at an outreach for hunger event and played some of her original pieces for Jack Laytons’ Cancer Benefit.
In March, 2015, she was interviewed on "Brian The Hammer Show", which airs in L.A., with many interviews all over the world to follow as well as some overseas.
Ty will also be working together with singer/songwriter Melanie Warner (cousin of Patsy Cline).
OUR LISTENERS ASKED US TO BRING BLACKJESUS BACK SO HERE WE GO. ROUND 2! DEBATE: IS JESUS REAL? BLACKJESUS MINISTER VS. RODERICK KENT JERRO. CALLS, QUESTIONS & COMMENTS WILL BE TAKEN IN THE 2ND HOUR.
With Straight Outta Compton, Kelli Jones has cemented herself as the go-to Costume Designer for gritty, realistic depictions of television and feature films’ most compelling characters and genres. After getting her start on season two of the critically-acclaimed FX series The Shield, Kelli was tapped to develop the look that sparked a fashion phenomenon with the wildly popular biker gang drama Sons of Anarchy. Through Sons, Kelli not only brought unquestionable sex appeal to the characters, but also garnered a Costume Designer’s Guild nomination in the prestigious “Best Contemporary Costume Design” category. In a true testament to the populatiy of her original looks and style, she even developed a Sons Of Anarchy clothing and jewelry line that is sold directly to fans on the FX Network’s website. These signature designs and point-of-view were not lost on the producers of the motion picture thriller Homefront, who picked her to create the looks for stars Jason Statham & James Franco, Winona Ryder and Kate Bosworth. Additionally, Kelli has she designed for such feature films as Chrystal starring Billy Bob Thornton, Four Reasons starring Josh Lucas and Radha Mitchell and Isolation, for Sons of Anarchy Director Stephen Kay. Jones’ other successful television credits include Hawaii, North Shore, Standoff, Women's Murder Club, Memphis Beat, Parks and Recreation, Franklin & Bash and several television pilots including Star-Crossed for the CW network and the groundbreaking Fox series The Following. You can email your questions to email@example.com or follow us on Twitter @123Film
Donald Trump's lawyer apologized Tuesday for comments he made to a "Daily Beast" reporter saying, "You cannot rape your spouse."
The lawyer, Michael Cohen, made threats against a reporter who was writing about a decades-old allegation of rape by Trump's first wife, Ivana Trump. Ivana Trump used the term "rape" to describe a sexual encounter between her and her husband when she was giving a deposition during the couple's 1990 divorce.
Ryan Williams' ongoing knee problems have cost him a prime opportunity in the Dallas Cowboys' unsettled backfield.
The team announced Williams' release on Tuesday after the running back underwent another knee procedure in June.
A Cardinals second-round pick in 2011, Williams is a reminder of just how fragile the careers of promising running backs can be.
He was viewed as a future star before rupturing his patellar tendon in his rookie training camp. Unable to stay out of the trainer's room, Williams has managed just 164 yards on 58 carries (2.8 yards per carry) since then.
Despite that lack of production, the Cowboys had high hopes for Williams after signing him to a two-year contract with a $240,000 signing bonus in January.