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Creator & Founder of "Cheek'd" Lori Cheek joins us tonight.
Despite the soaring popularity of online dating, there’s one inherent flaw: You never really know who (or what!) you’re going to get.
Enter Cheek’d, a clever new social connection service that removes the question mark and replaces it with a fun and flirty exclamation point.
This exciting concept, which launched in May (and named after its founder, Lori Cheek), lets a small black card do the talking. Whether it’s in a bar, at the gym or during a quick trip to the grocery store, Cheek’d users can express their interest in someone by coyly handing them a card that contains a cheeky phrase such as “act natural. we can get awkward later.” and “I just put all my drinks on your tab.”
“If the receiver of the card chooses to learn more about the card giver,” Cheek explains, “they can visit Cheekd.com, enter the personal ID number on the card they received and view the card giver’s online profile. From there, the receiver can contact the card giver via the Cheek’d internal messaging system.”
It’s that simple. No more probing questionnaires or guesswork. You know who (and what!) you’re getting right from the start.
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Whether its a glass, cup or mug. This mix of jazz & soul is sure to wake you up & compliment your morning coffee, tea, or mimosa. Discover what's new, cherish the classic and enjoy the ride. Send your questions & suggestions to our facebook page
Adam Smale -New start
Barbara Levy Daniels - Come love
Larry Gelb - Love walked in
Carole Fredette - No sad songs for me.
The Mike Bardash Quintet - Around the edges
Janice Borla Group - Funkallero
Judy Philbin & Adam Levine - Besame Mucho
Laura Ainsworth - Necessary evil
Untempered ensemble - It’s not other peoples good wishes that makes one rich, but one’s own destiny.
Ladies & Gentlemen of the Round table LGRadio -
What is love? Its meaning transforms from each and every soul. How do we define it? By our parents or adults in our youth, by network tv shows, by our friends, our environment or maybe from our personal life experiences. Can we be so much in touch with our heart and mind? Lets talk about it.
Only 1 month in of the New Year and already 6 Homicides in my city of Huntsville Al. Each of them were young black teenagers. So I wonder "Is there a new KKK" or do we seriously need a reality check. How can we instill pride, ownership, responsibility into our youth? Not just our sons, daughters, and family; but our neighbors, our classmates, our community as a whole.
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Jasiri X stops by to share his trip to Palestine. An unforgettable experience for both the witness and the listener. Joining T.Mill to talk about his activism, his motivation and inspiration.
Activist & Emcee Jasiri X stops by to share his experiences and perspective on achieving activism. We all want to stand up for something, few do it better than Jasiri X.
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Ha Candy Magazine presents - Heather Shanholtz Born in Baltimore Maryland, Heather Shanholtz is the total package. She's taken hold of her career since 16, dropping out of High School and obtaining her GED to enroll in college early for Paralegal studies. The experience of working in a Law firm helped Heather manage her career by herself. Thinking outside the box is how she achieved so many goals in such a short time (appearing in a diverse range of advertisements and spokesperson deals). Within a year she's been featured in over 20 national magazines. You may catch her in the mobile food truck ?Aphrodisiac Ice Cream? on TV or on her built in stripper pole. Heather's incredible figure has been the muse for some of todays best swimwear designers. She also hangs out at the Playboy mansion from time to time lol. When Heather's not skydiving, four wheeling, shooting guns or working her professional pole dancing skills, she enjoys spending time with family and friends. Previous interview with Heather, click here