|Los Angeles Lakers forward Kobe Bryant talks at news conference on why he decided to announce his retirement prior to an NBA basketball game against the Indiana Pacers in Los Angeles, Sunday, Nov. 29, 2015. The Pacers won 107-103.|
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Welcome to amazing talk/music/sports live through the sound of Power88 in fm stereo! We provide profiles, music and fashion, auto show stories, and news of community affairs spotlighting the Dominican Republic's & USA's cultural diversity and tourism. And we spotlight other Latin America radio and Southeast Asia radio also.
POWER88 Internet Radio Broadcasting operates because of the auspicious activity of the Van Stone Productions Foundation (VSP), a not for profit organization located in the state of Pennsylvania.
VSP is defined as an consortium of educational, healthcare, scientific institutions, community organizations, schools, public relations and outreach, residents, TV/Video/News - public safety and wellness dedicated to enhancing residential and economic growth in Philadelphia and beyond the Philly areas.
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Monday, November 30, 2015
Sunday, November 29, 2015
The homeless shelter called ‘Our Brothers Place’ is where about 150 homeless men go for and a place to sleep at night.
Reginald is one of them.
“To me, it’s a sad and lonely feeling,” he said.
A group called The Greater Philadelphia Vietnamese Community works to give back to a country, their found safety. Chandat is a member of the group.
For full story go to: http://philadelphia.cbslocal.com/
Saturday, November 28, 2015
DJ Gil Rewinds The Radio Music Play Clock For Power WVSR 1360.1 Listeners Hosting Gil's Time Zone by Shera Minor firstname.lastname@example.org (267) 293-9201
DJ Gil’s interactive music DJ network has begun, starting on November 18th, 2015, as the Gil's Time Zone Segment. His one hour on-air music DJ segment premiered Wednesday, November 18th from 7PM to 8PM as a special music play.
Gil, a Master Music Professional,works with fellow Master Music Professional, Doris Hall-James at the Simply Music Studio located at 251 S. 60th Street in Philadelphia, PA. Doris Hall-James is the owner/CEO of Simply Music Incorporated music studio.
The regular Gil's Time Zone music play by DJ Gil will be on every Wednesday, 8PM to 9PM. Tune in each week to www.wvsr1360.us and www.power88.us to hear Host DJ Gil's music.
DJ Gil has been a long time lover of music since the 1960’s. He has witnessed and been a part of the evolution of original old school music. Throwback music from the 70’s and 80’s has also played a major role in his DJ musical endeavors and as a result, the early to mid 70’s was a hot time in his career as a professional disc jockey.
Over the years DJ Gil has enjoyed mixing hip hop, disco, r&b, jazz, and soul sounds for his audience A true music man, DJ Gill has garnered interest of Philly music lovers has not stopped mixing ever since. Today, DJ Gil’s passion for the soulful and old school music has been evident in his very popular radio music party play and streaming radio mix shows.
Friday, November 27, 2015
Zoo officials said Friday that the monikers, which pay homage to Betsy Ross and Benjamin Franklin, received overwhelming support in a public naming contest.
Officials say the cubs’ birth on June 26 was important for red panda conservation, since the species is considered vulnerable in the wild. The brother and sister made their public debut Nov. 18.
For full story go to: http://philadelphia.cbslocal.com/
|Protesters make their way up North Michigan Avenue on Friday, Nov. 27, 2015, in Chicago as community activists and labor leaders hold a demonstration billed as a "march for justice" in the wake of the release of video showing an officer fatally shooting Laquan McDonald.|
Thursday, November 26, 2015
Crystal Rivers, Sexy and Beautiful Black Woman Model, is a Power Model who has convinced the fashion and beauty magazine world that she can catch the attention of clients and readers with the newly designed products for which she is modeling.
With her new role as Power Model in Fashion and Beauty we the editors at the Philadelphia Front Page News-Magazine and Media Key 307 Magazine asked Crystal Rivers to sit down with us for an interview sharing with us a sort of resume example questionnaire that models can use as a draft that they can customize for creating a modeling profile bio.
Philadelphia Front Page News Magazine: Being a female beauty model is tough as it requires all industry high standards. What is your personal standard that you are bringing to the beauty model industry for children and women?
Crystal Rivers: My personal standard Is for me to be the best that I can be. I want to perform to the best of my ability and carry myself with dignity and respect.
PFNM: What advice do you give so that other models work considerably hard on satisfying the fashion and beauty directors with inner beauty traits?
CR: My advice would be to follow the golden rule. Do unto others as you would like them to do unto you. Be empathetic and compassionate to others. Stay humble and maintain a spiritual connection to the most high.
PFNM: What does being a power model mean to you?
CR: A power model means that you have a inner quality that shines through. Because according to Van Stone the true meaning of being a beauty model is concentrating on having the lasting beauty of the inner person more than having outer beauty.
PFNM: For you, what is the difference between being a fashion model and a beauty model?
CR: A fashion model is more focused on outer beauty and that can be very stressful. A beauty model is all about that natural inner glow.
PFNM: Tell us briefly your specific attributes as a model.
CR: Some of my attributes are, patience, kindness and versatility to say the least.
PFNM: Tell us your favorite and most comfortable clothing style.
CR: I am more comfortable wearing casual clothes so that I can dress up or down for different occasions.
PFNM: If we left out any, can you tell us if you also do runway/ramp, catalog, print, showroom, product model?
CR: I haven't ventured out onto those fields but, I am open to it when the opportunity arrives.
PFNM: So tell us, what's your fashion or beauty firm objective with brands and their clients?
CR: My objective is to represent the brands and clients to the best of my ability.
PFNM: What inspired you to embark on a career in fashion?
CR: I was inspired by my aunt's hard work in making her business successful. I wanted to make my contribution by donating my time by hosting her business events.
PFNM: What sort of things would you like to bring to independent modeling through the platform of being a power model?
CR: I would like to break the color barrier.
PFNM: What is your opinion about the average designer who won’t open the modeling show with a black girl or with a black guy?
CR: It is shameful and is doing the model industry a disservice and injustice.
CR: I feel it is a step in the right direction.
PFNM: Now that you are involved in national and international modeling images, as the natural beauty woman you are, what do you want your fans to watch out for next?
CR: I want my fans to watch for changes in the modeling industry which embrace all models of color.