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"charlotte russe" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Weather on the three strike would occur so very quiet on the J. affects looking at a live at forty First Street Elaine dropping coming in from northern parkway Cold Spring lane into the ranch downtown no issues in or around the beltway keep bridge traffic on that section of the beltway still clear the only construction is after told flaws of course at the key bridge at Browning highway lanes are open we have not seen any issues towards the capital beltway one ninety five the parkway route twenty nine at last check there was no construction and I think they're gonna well hold off today because of the weather coming in at the bay bridge and for right now just to confirm you have two lanes are open on the eastbound side hi Chuck would occur with traffic and weather on the threes on talk radio six eighty WCBS weather channels as far to the chance of a scattered shower and sixty eight you're expected high it's fifty five Catonsville and the it is fifty seven in Aberdeen on the morning drive with KCLU let's have the phones and burnings on the eastern shore Bernie good morning the morning Charlotte russe are got something for Bruce he's always talking about taking your boat out so I took my boat now why does the city are this weekend on Saturday to go fishing at the ramp at the ramp over west says you should first watch to put your password in Robert for my vote out of Brockton three o'clock and there was for people waiting in line to get out of the water and about six people waiting in line to get into the water wow and there was one old fellow that was standing there at the top of the ramp just raising holy she double hockey sticks you know what I'm saying yeah he ours ours should have brought my shot through.
"charlotte russe" Discussed on Charlotte Readers Podcast
"To and then you know someone who's just listening for the first time I can sense this Tremendous loss that you had for this dog and you too Lori To learn about it from a distance so I've got a dog he. He has tried to dive at six times. We think we think he's got more allows and a cat and he's he's on fourteen. He's outlived all other dogs and he. He was a rescue and I liked him. Not As one who is rescued but as the as the hero. Because I feel like he's rescued me number times and it will be hard when when you can't take that walk with me but You know stubborn dog. Can these guys and I'm sure Tucker probably today's talk okay. We're going to shift now for second to the writing life. We've got a few minutes left to. You're not many but I wanted to do this. you You went out. Broadly sort of across the world is submission process to get All these different submissions just quickly. How did you go about doing that? Networks social media and our personal networks as how it all started and did you get a lot of submissions and was it hard to choose which wants to put in the book it was we had. We had to cut cut the number of submissions down by more than a third in order in order to two-thirds. Didn't make it into the book and that was nearly impossible because every story was worth telling and worth reading and was a difficult Did you find yourself personally and also talking to the authors for them to write about This or was it helpful to write about it so one of the things that I experienced was Catharsis when I wrote about it in twenty ten wrote about Tucker that the story I just read And we kind of talked about the idea of Catharsis when we Put the call to submissions out. There and people grabbed a hold of it. They understood what we meant and Yeah that wasn't a huge thing to overcome. I mean everybody who has a dog has the stories in them. The dog it's just part of the contract that we have you know they. We outlive them in his closer in time for you. Jim Laurie not to age as but you don't little longer since you had had. This dog was still hard right about the or was it helpful. Did you enjoy the process? Oh I definitely enjoyed the process. I mean we this was. This was in fact the last dog I've had all my brother has continued to have dogs. So I've had nephews and Nephew dogs she always gets Gets beat up on my pack when she comes up when I come over and ask about routine sometimes on here but amusingly speaking to one author. Y'All had to develop routine yourselves right because you're busy allows your parents you get. How'd you do it Email snapchat what Oliver. Your mom everything. Every means of communication. We have literally. I mean everything that we can think of no good. So how has producing? This book changed your lives. That's amazing question You know my favorite thing in the whole world is a new and to take a new idea and turn it into a real thing is. Is that really an underrated process and to be to have been approached by Jim five years ago and work solidly for five years to create this thing that I can now hold on my hands and feel proud of is Without anybody ever asking for it right I wasn't. We weren't assigned by a boss or a teacher to make this to have created. This really feels like an incredible accomplishment. Just so proud of it plus you. Jim has has. It changed your life so this is the first thing I've ever done like this I. I've written a novel before and of course. Laurie helped with design and layout of that Back in twenty thirteen or fourteen or something But but this was way different they. I'd we'd better off way more than we realized what what it was going to be own. It always is. It's it was unbelievable that learning curve to this was quite steep so Having it in my hands could feeling but I think words changed my life. The most is that I really love dogs And you know I'm a copywriter and I I'm a like a gun for hire for companies And while I do well at that job my heart is in into it like it is this and so in terms of a changing my life. I want this franchise concept to keep going in. And they're going to be a next chapter two doll- or the plan has more of the same. Are you gonNA do some other thematic approaches to the animal universe or what who knows but we do so so I may not have had a dog for many years. But I've had a lot of CATS I. I lived in New York City for a long time. This'll be be like the chick-fil-a cows. The cat people came out of the woodworks when we create just like you. So I'm excited about that. Because the stories are going to be different relationship with their cats is different CASS. We'll do that next next. My daughter's cat person. She's got a couple of the name of it to okay. Look this all the time we got unfortunately we're going to have to To sound offer. David you'RE GONNA find Some links Information About Laurien Jim in the show. Notes And as. I said you're GonNa get along version if you become a member supporter of the show. How to do that? You can find out at Charlotte Russe. Podcast DOT COM Laurie. Jim Thank you so much being on. Thanks so much for having Salinas. Well that's it for today. Another fun author giving voice to the written word. Landis will be back next Friday getting under the covers with another interesting author for before then coming on Tuesday. We'll have another long form episode with readings and conversations about the written words and the writing life they local or regional offer landis loves helping authors give voice to their written words. But he can't do it alone if you're a clown to help me help authors give voice to their written words. 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"charlotte russe" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM
"Their kids line peak kids as well Charlotte russe man going away it's a mall staple rice was to get my ducks stuff I I don't know why I'm hopefully their daily is still around they're going to Spencer and I don't know who that I know what's going to have to sell it to Claire's yeah the only there's another mall stable right there everybody I think everybody got their your speakers to class I did too did you yep I kind of used to work at Claire's and I got him for free yeah what is what is a store that makes you feel like your childhood like it's a because I feel like we all got dropped off at the mall as preteens and and we all you know gravitated toward one place or another answer for sure from lancers weekend yeah I would say in like look at all the Nadi stuff you know that they're just doing that too yeah and then I would also like by like the band posters and stuff because they had all the posters for sale like artists posters I was a lot of posters on my wall so I could money no holes in the wall and I got paid for me either my message to static that sticky love wasn't around then now with that to come again I was born in nineteen thirty we talking about expenses is definitely one of them champs champs sports as well if we used to go every weekend and fantasize over the basketball jerseys and shoes okay at all the all the NBA gear that my parents wouldn't buy me because it expands and Jordan would be on the shelf every day because we had our Jordan they were available she.
"charlotte russe" Discussed on Charlotte Readers Podcast
"After school on Thursdays she says animal farm is an allegory allegory. She got kind of angry that I hadn't figured it out on my own. She says it's really not about the animals but about politics in the world. I didn't get that but if sister Matthews who says it's true I guess it's true if I don't pass the test by the end of the year I'm going to have to repeat ninth grade. I really don't want to do that. Engineers says listen right. She's like come on you know she's trying to find directions. Where do we go here? What turn we take? And he's like well. I'm not sure I usually ride the I. I can't figure out maybe it's down here. Maybe we turn left here and the whole time. He's continuing to talk. He's got his tire. He wants help tiny tire Then he leaves his his tie in the car. And then we Come to the end of the store and a set this up. She looks at the Thai. She's not sure what to do and then she decided she's going to Parker Corps. Get Out and take the tie right. I forgot to give Kevin Kevin his tie Kevin's in the lowest band. Mr Hunter said is though this would be news to her something else. She had obviously failed to grasp about Kevin's shortcomings. Yes I know she said holding out the tie he he forgot his tie. The black ties optional for the Lowest Group. Only the symphonic band. The top group has to wear them. Kevin knows that he he loves the clarinet. She said again offering him the tie. He doesn't care that he's in the lowest group. You're not as mother. Are you know lucky you. Mr Hunter said taking hold of the other end of the tie in order to pull it free from her hand. Ginette held tied to the tie forcing Mr Hunter to struggle with her. For the moment he can play ten songs and all the scales in the beginning book. She said a little louder and more defensively than she had intended then she let go of the the tie and when she did. Mr Hunter was thrown off balance and had to take a quick step back in order to keep from falling. I don't know anything about ties. She he said and Kevin's father is a real jerk so consequently the kid needs a little help in the tide department. It's important that it gets to wear the tie real important. Portent sure Mr Hunter said looking first at her then back the tie in his hand I'll give it to him and tie it for him. She added he needs Someone to tie it for him and so throughout the story and parts you didn't read Kevin is talking on and on about what bandies Amazon's the lowest band but how proud of how he's able to play certain songs and he loves the instrument that he plays and you get the sense as you're going through it that genet- that sort of halfway listening and yet in the end she steps up she does she gets one over and she understands ends Kevin and she she becomes a champion for him. Is that an example of emotional truth. Yes very much yeah. It's not just that he forgot got the ties that her whole emotional attachment to Kevin changes dramatically in the short story. And that's what short stories are about. Is that moment home when When the main character sees the world differently sees themselves differently? Discover something to this idea. Come to you in a workshop and a prop re are you thinking about ties. One day or kids playing in band I just. I don't know you know that one just came. I think one of my kids had a friend who was on the spectrum and who would start talking and I would be like wall turn it off and I thought about what I was doing and I think that's where the story came from Minima Anima not to use it for the title of Your Book. Actually the title of my book was Gonna be sad shoes and my publisher said No. I like black tie optional. I said okay. Fine wants to publish something name. I don't know all right so okay so listeners. When we come back we're going to continue exploring a short fiction and the emotional truth Senate with a couple more reads from black-tie optional? We're also going to the Ryan life segment. We've got a little reading from our Garden Wall in Provence and and We have time we're going to talk about Some psychology blogging so Please stay with us. Hey listeners. I'm here with Wade Foley. He's the owner of Social Grit a digital digital marketing agency that helps business owners and brands find and share their unique stores in creative ways through social media. Wait I'm curious about Your Business and how you help your clients. Those social grid is a marketing agency. Or right here in Charlotte. We help clients with everything from branding and marketing strategies to content creation to managing gene their daily social media spoiler alert. You'RE GONNA BE HELPING CHARLOTTE Russe. podcast that yes yeah absolutely. I'm not sure on how to spill twitter so this so tell us the kind of business as you work with sure. Yeah so we work with clients ranging from Sola preneurs startups onto nonprofits to national ECOMMERCE companies as well Solo preneurs Odiaum. Yeah for sure okay. Well you've got some success stories. I understand you've done some nonprofit work in the community tolls but yeah so we love helping tell stories for nonprofit. We had a nonprofit who had a giving Tuesday campaign that we created where there are treatment center and they needed a new van to help transport clients to and from treatment so we came up with a whole giving Tuesday campaign to help raise funds to help them get that new van. A screw. You doing solar preneurs. You're done non profit work but you also ecommerce yeah absolutely So on that site you know working with larger more product based companies One in particular. The killer is an apparel company. And so you know. They're spending twenty to thirty thousand dollars on facebook ads. And so we're helping manage and tell that story and get them you know. Oh an eight to nine return on that spin and I'm not quite spending that much but you know that right not quite okay. Maybe one day. So how can people find ninety so our website is social grit marketing dot com and they can find everything from there. All right. Thank you all right. We're back with the Carrie. Gary knows the Two Thousand Fourteen North Carolina Piedmont laureate and short fiction. Carry let's let's Davin a couple more here with the With your collection blacktop. Well you got to get a little story here. That kind of caught. My attention is called selling fish. Talk about selling fish. Selling thing fish actually comes from a story. Somebody told me about Her sister in law who had had a near near death experience and came back and told about this experience. So that's very intriguing and So I wrote a story about it. And what do you do when you come back and that becomes the question. Doesn't it if you get to come back and they'll send you're gonna read is a conversation. She's having with with her father who's already predeceased her right. So this presumably would have happened during this period. When she's it's almost to the other side right okay pick it up? That's when I saw Daddy. I looked away for a minute from my breathing. South Line on that rubber pad to the Haman. There was my daddy. He looked the same just like he looked every day of his life when he was alive even had on his tall rubber boots the ones he always wore at the store door because he said he couldn't stand to have his feet wet and cold from shoveling ice onto the fish all day. Grandma was there too and daddy's brother. Eddie they were both standing ending with them on the edge of something standing in a line like they were there to make sure no one could pass them. Daddy was the only one who spoke the others just stood there. Grandma had her hands out in front of her like she was getting ready to catch one of her grandchildren in her big apron. Uncle Eddie smiled at me and just shook his head go go back Daddy. Called out to me. Don't come any closer. You've got stop. You need to do yet. What do I have to do daddy but selfish missile and says with a laugh? That sounds like a question. What is there to do but selfish and usually think of these moments When you hear these stories about you need to go.
"charlotte russe" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"You shouldn't inflict. Bad moods on others. Either. You should gargle your mood like that. I like that gargle away your mood. I think that is even better gargle away your mood. I like game. Yeah. GE YM play the game cargo away your mood. I'm Dennis Prager. And I'm big believer in this spoke to a man who spoke. Book to a very high ranking Israeli yesterday. And. He was telling the he's a is in the league division of these really army, and he was an air force pilot and remarkably human being. And he told me that he gave a speech to graduating officers of the idea of Israeli defense forces and basically the speech was ideas. He had heard from me on the show listening in Israel. And the biggest one he said, I told them act happy, even if you don't feel it. At an Israeli officer graduation. I thrilled when I hear these things that's why what I do. So it's a very big deal in the show is a big deal. I've been broadcasting this nineteen ninety nine. If I am, on a Friday, which I am I would say, forty eight or forty seven. Probably, I don't ever say four forty seven forty eight fifty two Fridays of the year. Broadcast every time the happiness our big too big deal life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness that is beautiful. I'm in love with the founders. Which makes me an aberration statistically in the United States because of all. The, the terrible things the terrible things over distortion the moral distortion of the founders that has been pervade the young people. Okay. Today's subject given that it's Memorial Day weekend. I was thinking how do I bring Morial? And happiness our into concert. And. I was talking in our one about this. Talking about the ritual that Isreaeli have. I've seen it there. And I wonder I don't think if the only society that doesn't like to know others doing, but I saw there and on their Memorial Day traffic Holtz. I don't know if it's noon, I think it's noon. Doesn't matter at some given our all traffic. The sirens, all over the country, go off people stopped their cars and for two minutes, they stand by their car. I this, this one's it is overwhelmingly. Powerful. That's what we need on Memorial Day. So how does this conjoined with happiness ritual is necessary in human life? We're losing ritual in America. We had ritual. I mean when I was a kid we put on Lincoln's day play in school on Washington's birthday play in school. And I went to religious parochial school. But it was it was just it was just normal to celebrate Washington and Lincoln there was ritual. There's religious ritual the most obvious is religious ritual. There was a ritual on Memorial Day of visiting the grave sites of, of those who died in, in serving the country, and the cause of liberty, which are almost the same in the case of the United States. There was there was other rituals that America was a land of ritual watch, what is the filming of the film, man? Yankee doodle. What was that made? For during World War. Two watch the movie and I, I don't know movies, well, but this was, this is a powerful movie, Yankee doodle dandy. With with Jimmy Cagney, Colin Jimmy while you knew him the James Cagney. Jimmy Cagney is old buddy. Jimmy I love that. AB AB, too. The reason I mentioned this film, is it so filled with ritual, celebrating America. It's all gone practically. That's not all gone in every area. I'm not just talking. I'm this is the happiness our and I'm very clear about that. This is not the how to make America better our guy got that. But in this case, they are profoundly related. Ritual where the where society got together and celebrated America or commemorated the death of the fallen soldiers and I know soldiers applies specifically to army, I'm using it as a generalized statement of all those in any of the military services. I know. That make people happier. Kids would go and watch. What a thanks thanks giving day parade or take a stick, a, a non. Well, non patriot I guess it somewhat patriotic, but not nearly as much the Thanksgiving Day parade. Right. Where you have that being the Macy's Thanksgiving Day parade in New York or one of they have at the Rose Bowl. Is that correct? The rose parade. But that's new years. Yeah. All right. So it's another ritual people up, and they stay people. We yearn for ritual to be happy. Does your family have any rituals? I'll get into religion in a moment. I'm not talking religion yet. Does your family have any ritual? If it does to happier family. I when I look back at my family life growing up, I realized aside from religious ritual, which saturated with, as was the home that I made for my kids, but side from that every Sunday, just about every Sunday. My father would bring with Dr and bring his in his in law, his let's see. No is in laws and his mother, his father died. Much earlier. But so I never I never knew my father's father, but I knew my other three grandparents very well, and he would pick them up and that was about twenty twenty five minutes from the house and bring them back to this. So, so he drove two hours in total. Right. Back and forth back and forth. But every Sunday it was a ritual. We just had a big lunch. That my mother would prepare for them that was a ritual wasn't labelled as such but it was a ritual. So we were expected to be there and honor the grandparents. And it was a good example, by the way of honor, your father, and mother pretty much despite how they act. My, my grandmother may she rest in peace. My father's mother was very difficult woman, and give you the, the famous family example, my mother would prepare a truly elaborate lunch every Sunday. I mean serious serious cooking. And you'll be about four courses and all sorts of other things available during the course and at the end my grandmother, that is my mother's mother in law would look at her and tell her how good the grapefruit was. This was like a standard Prager family joke. We're waiting for grandma to tell to tell mom how good the fruit was can't alot grapefruit that began the meal. But I look forward to it. I it was part of life because that's what ritual is ritual is repeated act to do something that she gets. She did bring something you aware of what she brought Charlotte russe is, yes, I was never thin. I wasn't born thin. And she would bring these things a little sponge cake with a ton of whipped cream on top every week. She brought them a box of Charlotte russe. And then my mother, of course I look forward. Right. Mother would tell.
"charlotte russe" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"Now news, traffic and weather on the patriot. No major accidents on the roads right now. But plenty of construction watch out for you'll find construction work closing down the left lane of six ninety six eastbound from ninety six to greenfield plan on delays Matt area construction where closing down the right lane of seventy five southbound from Jocelyn to square lake road, you'll find at Heinz drive east and westbound between west outer drive in Ann Arbor trail, it is closed at a flooding might want to avoid the area construction work has a single enclosure on the six Ninety-six. Six service drive eastbound Dequindre construction work closing down the two right lanes of the lodge. Southbound at six ninety six construction work closing down the right lane of ended the nine eastbound at Van Dyke and you'll find row construction closing down the left lane of the ninety four service drive eastbound at concord your weather today. Sunny with a high of forty four degrees tonight, mostly cloudy down to a low of thirty four tomorrow, partly sunny with a high of fifty two right now, it is partly cloudy and thirty eight degrees. Emily at a rate for the patriot FM one zero one point five and. AM fourteen hundred. I'm rich Thomason in Dobbs retailer, Charlotte russe closed all of its stores yesterday. Walgreens, pushing back on tobacco sales pro-life ill unplanned.
"charlotte russe" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"They're splitting into two companies now. So one that's going to have gap banana, Republican intermix and athletic and hill city and another company. That's just old navy which means old navy is doing just fine. People are still buying those genes, it is gap and the other brands that aren't doing well Victoria's Secret shutting down fifty three stores this year. If you want to map bear was over the weekend. He was making pilgrimage. He was saying goodbye to each store one by one he was he was leaving a rose and an Email address saying, I'll miss you staying tax who's actually rather. Beautiful those rather beautiful Abercrombie and Fitch gonna close up to forty stores this year, they closed twenty nine last year. I assume this is because they just confined anymore shirtless models. And then there's tesla. Now, tesla said they were going to close all of their stores that doesn't seem to be the case you on musk putting out a memo. Saying that that's not what's going to happen. They're not going to close all their retail spaces for the most part. He wrote the roughly ten percent of tesla sales. Okay, Asians, we closed recently don't pass the Sherlock Holmes test. Meaning most of these stores are in such difficult or obscure locations only Sherlock Holmes could find them even selling through stores were only means of sales. We would've still closed them down abuse stores in high visibility locations that were closed due to low demand generation will be reopened. But with a smaller. Tesla crew now, of course, we have one here in in the Annapolis. They're in Casselton right there. You can see it from four sixty five. So I assume or I would hope that that stays stays open. I would only assume I I think it's good for us. You know, I'm always a more the merrier. Guy. Always happen. Tony cats, by the way, speaking of who I am. How you doing? Good to be with you here. Ninety three WIBC Charlotte russe, which is oddly enough Nigel's favorite store. That's where he buys all his clothes. They were only gonna close ninety four stores. They're now closing every store. They are going to drop every Charlotte. Restore that there is PayLess. They're shutting down all twenty five hundred of its retail locations Gymboree sold. The Jim berry crazy, eight brands children's place gap acquired the Jamie Jack brands, and so they're going to close all of the Gymboree and crazy eight stores and Family Dollar..
"charlotte russe" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"A former major league baseball all star pitcher will spend the next three years in prison for possession of forty four pounds of cocaine. Esteban. Elisa was sworn by news cameras today after he appeared in court and apologized to his family and his friends news as Barbara Lee Edwards has more an apology and corker knocking former all star pitcher Esteban Loaiza out of. Let me was very respectful, very remorseful. Very sorry. The judge sentenced him to three years in federal lockup after he pleaded guilty to possession of forty four pounds of cocaine with intent to sell his defense. Attorney says it could have been a lot worse after he was given the sentence. He actually had to stay in the court for a couple of minutes to gather his. Composure. I think he was relieved he was looking at up to ten years in this case a wiser will report to prison next month. The search continues for the driver who crashed his Ferrari in Rancho Santa Fe last night. And then took off it happened. Just after ten when deputies arrived they found the car underneath a power pole took emergency crews about an hour to access the car. And when they did they did not find anyone inside women's clothing retailer, Charlotte russe will close all of its remaining stores just a month after filing for bankruptcy. The company was founded in San Diego. There are eight locations around the county at one point Charlotte, russe operated, more than five hundred stores and employed nearly nine thousand people nationwide. Now for more business news. Here's Bill Holland. Stocks closed mixed after recovering from early weakness down two percent or so on the week the first down week of the year China week is triggered by the Trump tariffs. Purchase a trade deal. And the weakness spreads worldwide unemployment down two tenths of three point eight percent twenty thousand jobs, but one hundred and fifty eight million record Americans are working government and retail week housing starts up eighteen percent cost for five percent after a blowout. Quarter to Holland damn seven sixty. I.
"charlotte russe" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"So this woman in Georgia buys travel insurance. And she says she's a nerd, and so she starts reading through. It turns out in the fine print is one of those. Hey, if few read this far, then you're one of the very few tin leg customers to review, they're all of the policy, document documentation. And there's an address where you can go ahead and enter to win ten thousand dollars just for reading the fine print contests. Yeah. It was an Email address. It said the first person first person who gets dollars. Remember a test given in grade school by a teacher and had all kinds of instructions you put your name on the top and make an exce here write your name again. And there were fifteen or twenty of in number eighteen it said ignore everything other than put your name on the top. Ninety percent of his failed. Because even though it says, you read everything who is everything yet. This lady now. Oh, no Bill where are you going to get your shirts? Now. Charlotte russe. It's a women's clothing store in in used to be Molly. Oh, it is. Yeah. Well, they are shutting down they had hoped to come out of bankruptcy. But instead a liquidator won the bankruptcy court auction for all their stuff is just gonna start shutting down the company. There's your internet again. I don't know if they're gonna be a brick and mortar store left, although certainly target is doing fine. Walmart is doing well are doing okay. Although they are desperately trying to expand online shopping's tonight. You know, who's expanding their brick and mortar presence now. So ironically is Amazon with their with their book stores. But the pop up shops. Yeah. Never four in southern California, Huntington beach, upland Redlands Torrance, and they say, Nope. We want to go ahead and close those and go back, I guess go back to the beginning..
Charlotte Russe discussed on Leland Conway
"Retailer is biting the dust apparel, sell a Charlotte russe since closing all five hundred stores across the country, the Bank where retailer has eighty seven hundred employees. They'll liquidate all locations by the end of April. Meanwhile,
"charlotte russe" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Payment is attorney saying that payment was not made on time. The media was kept out of the courtroom because this is a sealed case Kelly already faces charges of sexual assault and new this morning. Another woman has reportedly come forward claiming abuse at the hands of the R and B singer when she was just thirteen years old six oh, seven fourteen degrees up and out this morning bundle up. Another cold. One temperatures. Only in the twenties today a second federal court rules against the Trump administration's plan to add a question on citizenship to next year census judge Richard Seaborg says the question threatens the very foundation of our democratic system would cause a significant undercount of immigrants that could distort the distribution of congressional seats. The ruling scheduled to be addressed by the supreme court next month. It is judgment day for President Trump's former campaign boss wasn't a year. After a special counsel, Robert Muller secured in eighteen count indictment against Paul Manafort. He faces the first of two sentencing hearings. A jury in Virginia found Manafort guilty of eight counts and prosecutors agreed with the findings of an independent pre sentence report that said Manafort deserves to twenty five years in prison Manafort, then faces sentencing next week in Washington where he pleaded guilty to additional charges. Brought by the special counsel Manafort is currently being held and he's reportedly suffered some pretty serious health problems since being incarcerated mostly in solitary confinement. He's at a jail in Alexandria, Virginia. All right at six. Oh aid. Let's take a look at Wall Street, which is turning a very deep shade of red this morning. We check in with Bloomberg business and Andrew O'day. What's moving the markets. Andrew. It looks like we're heading for more losses. There is growing concern. Jeff about global economic growth. Also, we had the US fed pulling back its forecast for US economic growth that never plays extremely well s and p futures down six Dow futures right now down eighty one fast fashion retailer, Charlotte russe with more than five hundred stores across the country to its name is going to close all of them. The bankruptcy retailer with eighty seven hundred employees has won court approval. To liquidate all locations by the end of April, and sell it intellectual property to SC three sixty capital partners, which specializes in liquidation sales, Charlotte russe announced the closing of about a fifth of its doors a month ago and said it would liquidate if no buyer willing to keep remaining locations open could be found Andrew O'day, Bloomberg business on WBZ. Boston's NewsRadio and coming up this morning WBZ a problem. This time of year, we shouldn't need to be worried about, but we are it's falling ice. It is still an issue in. Around the streets of Boston details on the way. You might be waiting in traffic when you hear this..
"charlotte russe" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"They call me rice. I want to read you a sentence that appeared in the newspaper recently, the article was written by the Associated Press a lot of newspapers around the country. Don't have local reporters they pulled down stories from Reuters or Bloomberg. Or in this case, the Associated Press here is the first paragraph of the news article. Manchester New Hampshire AP Jonathan Davis hit for the cycle as the New Hampshire. Fisher cats topped the Portland sea dogs tend to three on Tuesday. Now, why am I quoting an AP story? That is obviously about sports. I don't know what sports the New Hampshire Fisher cats are in. I don't know if they were playing at home or away against the Portland sea dogs and not enough. It was Portland Maine or Portland, Oregon. I hope it was made because otherwise somebody had to make a long trip. Anyway, that's not my point. My point is this. What do you think about that news article? What do you think about the quality of the writing? I'll read it to you again. Jonathan Davis hit for the cycle. Okay. I guess that means it was baseball. Anyway, Jonathan Davis hit for the cycle has the New Hampshire. Fisher cats tops the Portland sea dogs tend to three on Tuesday. That's pretty good article. I mean, it's lively it's clever. It's got some good stuff going. You know, what's fascinating. A computer wrote that article it was written by a software program using artificial intelligence. In fact, a third of the content published by Bloomberg is written by computer, they use computer programs that dissect financial reports the moment, they appear an instantly. Right. A new story a pay uses it for minor league baseball as we just saw the Washington Post uses it for high school football. The Los Angeles Times uses this software for earthquakes. By using this technology, Bloomberg has been able to increase the number of stories on corporate earnings from three hundred per quarter to thirty seven hundred per quarter. The Washington Post even won an award in the category of excellence in the use of box at the annual global biggies award which recognizes accomplishments in the use of artificial intelligence. So I put it to you. Are you able to discern whether an article your reading in the newspaper or online was written by a human or written by machine? And what does this mean for journalists, reporters and editors are their jobs safe? So I put to you the notion it's another example further illustration that technology is changing the nature of work, and you have to ask yourself. The question is my job safe. Because computers can produce the content faster more accurately and more cheaply, and they never show up to work drunk. They are never calling in sick. And they're never committing harassment in the workplace, by the way, we see this in the retail world Cording to core site research. There have been more than twenty one hundred stores closed so far this year that's up twenty three percent for the first month and a half from last year PayLess shoes, you sure you saw at filing bankruptcy for the second time in a couple of years. They are closing all twenty one hundred of their locations. It's the largest ever retailer liquidation by number of stores, by the way, they have eighteen thousand employees Gymboree is closing seven hundred and fifty stores. Shop goes closing two hundred fifty one of its stores and Charlotte russe is shutting down ninety four of its stores. The number of bankruptcies in the first six weeks of this year or one third. The total of all the retailers that went bankrupt last year. Why you know why? Because you're shopping online. That's why you're not going to physical stores to do your shopping. And this is why we have to pay attention to the impact of exponential technologies on virtually every aspect of our lives. And not only think about this not only is this impacting your career, but it therefore impacts the college degree you seek because if you can't get a job as a journalist why go to journalism school, right? Why get a job as a history? Major because I don't know how many history companies are hiring out there. Not only do you have to decide what to major in in college. You also have to recognize. There's no reason to spend one hundred thousand dollars getting the degree. And I don't care what the degree is in. At W S, tack the largest technical college in Kansas..
"charlotte russe" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"They call me rice. I want to read you a sentence that appeared in the newspaper recently, the article was written by the Associated Press a lot of newspapers around the country. Don't have local reporters they pulled down stories from Reuters or Bloomberg. Or in this case, the Associated Press here is the first paragraph of the news article. Manchester New Hampshire. AP Jonathan Davis hit for the cycle as the New Hampshire. Fisher cats topped the Portland sea dogs tend to three on Tuesday. Now, why am I quoting an AP story? That is obviously about sports. I don't know what sports the New Hampshire Fisher cats are in. I don't know if they were playing at home or away against the Portland, seadogs, novelist, Portland, Maine or Portland, Oregon. I hope it was mainly because otherwise somebody had to make a long trip. Anyway, that's not my point. My point is this. What do you think about that news article? What do you think about the quality of the writing? I'll read it to you again. Jonathan Davis hit for the cycle. Okay. I guess that means it was baseball. Anyway, Jonathan Davis hit for the cycle has the New Hampshire. Fisher cats topped the Portland sea dogs tend to three on Tuesday. That's pretty good article. I mean, that's lively it's clever. It's got some good stuff going. You know, it's a fascinating. A computer wrote that article it was written by a software program using artificial intelligence. In fact, a third of the content published by Bloomberg is written by computer, they use computer programs that dissect financial reports the moment, they appear an instantly. Right. A new story a pay uses it for minor league baseball as we just saw the Washington Post uses it for high school football. The Los Angeles Times uses this software for earthquakes. By using this technology, Bloomberg has been able to increase the number of stories on corporate earnings from three hundred per quarter to thirty seven hundred per quarter. The Washington Post even won an award in the category of excellence in the use of bots at the annual global biggies award which recognizes accomplishments in the use of artificial intelligence. So I put it to you. Are you able to discern whether an article your reading in the newspaper or online was written by a human or written by machine? And what does this mean for journalists, reporters and editors are their jobs safe? So I put to you the notion, it's another example further illustration. That technology is changing the nature of work, and you have to ask yourself. The question is my job safe because computers can produce the content faster more accurately and more cheaply, and they never show up to work drunk. They are never calling in sick. And they're never committing harassment in the workplace. By the way, we see this in the retail world Cording to core site research. There have been more than twenty one hundred stores closed so far this year that's up twenty three percent for the first month and a half from last year PayLess shoes, you sure you saw at filing bankruptcy for the second time in a couple of years. They are closing all twenty one hundred of their locations. It's the largest ever retailer liquidation by number of stores, by the way, they have eighteen thousand employees Gymboree is closing seven hundred and fifty of its stores. Shop goes closing two hundred fifty one of its stores and Charlotte russe is shutting down ninety four of its stores. The number of bankruptcies in the first six weeks of this year or one third the total of all the retailers that went bankrupt last year. Why you know why? Because you're shopping online. That's why you're not going to physical stores to do your shopping. And this is why we have to pay attention to the impact of exponential technologies on virtually every aspect of our lives. And not only think about this not only is this impacting your career, but it therefore impacts the college degree you seek because if you can't get a job as a journalist why go to journalism school, right? Why get a job as a history? Major because I don't know how many history companies are hiring out there. Not only do you have to decide what to major in in college. You also have to recognize. There's no reason to spend one hundred thousand dollars getting the degree. And I don't care what the degree is in. At WS Utech, the largest technical college in Kansas..
"charlotte russe" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM
"Hundreds of dollars for now. Nuoro suits was limited to mallet one more time. Limits exist anymore or limited to you right now. It's turned into Justice. Right. Justice justice. Yeah. I was growing up. Everybody wanted to wear clothes from at least in my school by school structure, which. Express. If you dress from structure. It was like the cable nets sweaters. Like button, down shirts and guile. Oh, yeah. Oh, yes, structure guy was a Hawkeye for me. It was Sam goody or any. Towel records. That's. Oh, yeah. The records God. Got it. True. Hey carli. Hey, so we're going down memory lane this morning, Charlotte, russe guy, Charlotte russe closing a bunch of stores their business totally going out of business, but one hundred of their five hundred stores are closing for sure. So the store what is it store that that stands out to you from your childhood hot topic and journey. Topic and then punctures from journey. My daughter is still all about hot topic a hot topic. We are in a she's buying her banned t shirts you buying her little funk. Oh dolls in there. All the time. Releases. Oh, she collects those. Yeah. Phone codelco. Thank you have a great day. Glad you called NIA. How you doing? Greg. You're on the prison line today. The prison line seems to jump around. Payphone, congratulations. It's quite an honor. What what was this? What is the store that reminds you of your of your upbringing limited limited Kaelin too. So what was the deal like it was just close your size or? I mean like little people close. They also have my. Oh, yeah. Music. I remember those. Yeah. Oh my God. Ourselves. Thank you have a good day. Bye guys crazy that was just in the mall. Not that long ago that I grew up going to was like. Twelve or thirteen and we'd go on quote unquote dates where like mom or dad would drop three of us off guys we'd meet up with three girls, and we walk around the mall for a couple of hours. They give us some money. We go the food court or whatever go to Johnny rockets, or whatever it was the funny thing is when I walked through this mall. That's now all boosy and like Louis Vuitton and Gucci. And I can see where I know where the stories used to be. Champs used to be where this used to be. We used to go in there. It doesn't it seem small now. Because when you're younger, it seemed like a this big huge gas, and then did you in your town? I'm sure it's true around here. But I I didn't actually grow up in Chicago. But did you have like the super nice mall, and then sort of like that? The be level. Like it had like some of the national stores have been also had like ED's. Level Ma the real hood one. And we all remember like there was a difference different. Like, oh, we're going to oh. Okay. Hey, elizabeth. Hi, Elizabeth how are you? Hi, good morning. I'm good. How are you? Welcome to Fred Naji. What's the store that remind you of your childhood? Oh, gosh. Well, I remember venture. The black and white venture. Yes. What was ventures target back? Dan leg a department store. Okay. We go out to the mall, and we were me or the age. So we always had my parents. Really go to the mall downtown Marshall fields. Doc, we used to go in the change. Driver, but he's like two miles away. So we can walk. We can walk over there. And then. Sofia saltire? Many things all these comforters. These back. Our we have to watch all the way there. Yes. Yes. Is an orange line right there. Nope. We have to walk back. That's another thing too. That you brought up the baby topic for another day. But like, what is something that that you still call it by the old name like, I know people who will not call Macy's Macy's Marshall fields the March because it's still has the plaque on the outside of the one on State Street or whatever. But like my mom, she grew up in the mid west. And it was a big deal to come to Chicago, go to Marshall fields and get outfits for school or whatever it was a special trip would take her on. And she still calls it Marshall fields. You can't though because it's not as good like the Macy's stuff like the products. They have in the clothing lines. It's not as good as Marshall fields. I don't know about that. I don't think I agree with that. It should still be Marshall fields. Just like the Sears tower. Like there are certain stores growing up. We're like my mom still refers to it by what it was called. It's still drugstore. But she still calls. It super like it's it's now a CBS what it is. But anyway, thank you, Elizabeth. Paulina sitting next to meet sexy selfish. White Sox is everyone calls. Yes. Oh, that's not Paulina. Hey, stephanie. Yes. Hi, good morning. How are you? I'm great. How are you? Great. What's the store that reminds you of your upbringing? Rock america. What is that? We never heard of it. I don't think so. Kind of like a Spencer, but it was a little more like it had incense and patches, and my hair dye and. Hippie store. Like, crystal meth. It was the deal. Like the posters and the patches. Dispensers like like early to mid nineties. I miss those posted displays they were. All. Yeah. Five. All the time. We're so stone, but they still have those. Thank.
"charlotte russe" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM
"Stores for their kids line peak kids, as well, Charlotte russe man going away, it's a mall staple or am. I supposed to get my Duff stuff. Idea. Hopefully, they're still around. They're gone. Hopefully, they'll sell it to Spencer. Something know what's going to happen to sell it to Clair's? There's another mall staple right there. Everybody. I feel like everybody got their your spirits declare. I did too. Did you did I used to work at Clair's, and I got him for free. What is what is a store that makes you feel like your childhood like you feel like we all got dropped off at the mall as preteens, and and we all, you know, gravitated towards one place or another answer for sure. I would say in like look at all the naughty stuff. You know that they have. Yeah. Also live by the band posters and stuff because they had all the posters for sale like artists posters. I wasn't allowed to have posters on my wall. So I couldn't buy. Holes in the wall. Tape them either. Aesthetic that sticky wasn't around. Then. No. I was born in nineteen thirty. What are you talking about eight five five five nine one one zero three five spencers was definitely one of them champs champs sports. He's we used to go every weekend and fantasize over the basketball jerseys in the shoes. Okay. And all the all the NBA gear that my parents wouldn't buy me because it's expense and Jordan's would be on the shelf every day because Jordan. They were available..
"charlotte russe" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Shopgirls on mytalk one zero seven one. I'm allie. Kaplan with my mom harmony, continuing the. The Valentine's celebration. Yes. What happens? The same place knows. What do you mean? We all use nothing after us shopping chocolate. That's what happened like a good plan. Yes. The mytalk one zero seven one Valentine party at Max's continues come on over. We'd love to see you. There is chocolate everywhere. I know it all we shouldn't how. We shouldn't so many great gift ideas. I haven't even thought about Valentine's Day. Yes, I've been thinking but not much, but I haven't done more. You got all your red arm. Did you notice my heart? So nicely. Oh, my. Literally, wearing your heart on your action on your elbow. On both on both sides so coupon. Where'd you get back? That is a Kate Spade. Sweat. I absolutely the truth is I got it at Bloomingdale's hideous at Kate Spade at the Galleria as well. And I can white stripe has the heart. Yes. And I just couldn't resist people price. I don't have to tell you. Yes. Again, we can talk a while. Wow. Thank you. Seventeen other pops of red shoes. I had rings glasses. Like, what did you want me to wear with it? Would you like me to a yellow instead? No, okay. No. I mean, it's Valentine's Day. Stall in. I did intentionally pick a pink sweater. Okay. Yeah. This weather's pink. I guess I don't really wear hearts. No sleeves. You don't wear hearts anywhere. I love hearts. I do. I will take that back. I have one you know, like the trendy this season like the real like, the Lammi sheep e sweatshirt. Okay. I have one of those. It has. Little heart. It's top shop. Right. It's guy. Love recorders zip up. Yeah. And it has one hole. You don't love hearts. I mean, I can't get enough stuff with heart. Yeah. You. I see Hartson. It's just hard to resist. Yeah. There's something just. Yes. That's it. Yes. Heartbreaking. But also kind of surprising mainly because I don't know that I realized they were still in business Charlotte russe went bankrupt. Yeah. I can't say I've ever shopped there, but I certainly was aware of well, I mean, they're really a teen. Well, no that isn't completely that isn't what they want. Well. Well, no, they that's how they started with young women. And then kind of you know, tried to make it for everyone. They're also only never succeeded in that. I didn't say this succeeded. They tried. They also own which I loved but lasted it. I think the mall of America, very just a short time is they own peak, which are children's clothes, and I I saw them in Chicago. They have absolutely adorable kids clothes. Right. Make it. Yeah. No. I again, I don't think that was us. I think it was them. I don't think that the problem was the mall of America. I thought that they took it a heat that brand which is sold at Nordstrom. I think they got way over extended. Yeah. Well, they obviously did and they have needed debt assistance. Now, they've they've got over five hundred retail locations, including rich Dale in Perry center mall of America. But they're closing the ones here cozy mall of America in Burnsville. I believe I saw but they're trying to see if they can't do something. Do you know? I don't really see that happening. And I I it's kind of like an at this point. We had that whole rash of like the wet seals of the world all going bankrupt. Right. Almost like, oh, this didn't already happen. I know one was still around. Yeah. I don't know. I just I don't think it's the way that teens and young people are shopping today, and you might say that they tried to be for older people. They were not old people that they were trying to be more inclusive. Okay. You know, another one that I hadn't thought of in years and years until I saw that. They also have bankruptcy issues things remembered, I forgot about things. You forget about those my God. Stephanie marshes buying checks rated cards. I won't say. Car. That's perfect for you. Mom. The second way to talk about. Yeah. Kind of shook me that anyway. Things remembered. Yes is things forgotten. What is I mean talk about? I saw this news this week. And they, you know, they're they're again, they're looking to reorganize to save some stores, but they've filed for bankruptcy protection. Like, it's the same story over and over and over again, it's the beginning of the end it always maybe they'll be able to save a certain number of stores, but it's the same old concept. It's totally outdated. And how are they how do you make things remembered relevant to a new generation anybody have an idea anyone thought? Yeah. I I don't know how you do that. Well, here's what I would say. I have a question for you, do people no longer want monogrammed. I don't think it actually in a store. They just go. Right. Right. Right. I think I think if anything personalized gifts are more popular and customized to unfortunately, I think things remembered didn't keep up you think about like what Nike has done with customization or Levi's where you can go in totally personalize it. This was things remembered specialty it seems like they may be slept for the last two decades if they had completely revamped their stores and meet it where you could personalize things in the store. Yes. On a computer quickly modernized the whole process and the kinds of merchandise. They carry yeah. I think there's always a need sort of stuff for like this. Towards names and things like that. But it just feels. Yes. The store itself just looked old fashioned. Yeah. So bubba. Well. I mean, I again, I think they more than like a Charlotte russe, I think they could completely reinvent themselves. But it's to the point where it's like, do you even do it or do you just throw in the talent start with something? Bad local. Yeah. Yeah. Local store that I was kind of surprised but lily and violet boutique on forty fourth. Forty four thousand Franson Linden hill is yes. After a good long run. Yeah. Fourteen years red house that is next door to read. That's kind of the the landmark that's how you know. This place was called Rick wreck on why long. Yeah. It was it became lily and violet. Yeah. And it's gone through a couple of different iterations. And you know, they've they've sold online. And they've done, you know, at times, it's been more accessories and times more. You know, I think it's probably one of those like it was chugging along. But the owner is just ready to. Yeah. She wants to do other things are gonna stay open through April. So you still have time to get over there. Do you think another store will go in that? I mean, I think I don't know. I don't know. I mean, it's a good. It's a good location because it's really. It's noticeable. You can tell you were in the red bar door. But there is street traffic. I feel like people in Linden hills like to walk. You've got your right near Brown and green and pen. Yeah. But like so many things in Minnesota. It's just that like half a block down where you're kind of like, well, why don't always go. I always feel like if I'm a turtle bread. If it's summertime, I'm probably more likely to walk over there in the winter. No, I'm gonna get in my car. I think it could be a cool opportunity because it truly is like a historic house, and it has different names. And you know, to do some something that's more of like a hybrid with it. Maybe it's like a design business. Maybe it's like a spot were makers are officing and selling their goods we're gallery. Yeah. You could see it being something like that. That's a good idea. Thank you. Calories. Excuse me. I'm so sorry on backup. We're it's sort of like a meeker gallery where you have people who like you could have a different business in each room where they're like working there, and it's like office space. Right. So you're not dependent on shoppers. Well, one of those places. Jeffrey how I'm gonna work 'cause they're selling stuff. Yes. Why are you going to do this spare time begins and three asking to be for busy working women? Yeah. We'll be up in from one to four. Okay. I always say the best time to get busy people on E mail late at night. I have some of the best exchanges because it's like, you're more focused. There's fewer distractions and people respond in real tights. Amazing. Just that's when you get a CEO to respond to your Email. What time do people sleep? I mean whenever they want whenever they want. A whole day already. I'm fairly early really for midnight. That's funny. I made it before midnight last night, which was kinda shocked legislation. You know, you're old when you start realizing that you actually go to bed earlier on the weekends the weeknights. It's time to recover, but that's gonna become my thing. Is it? Yes. But now the challenge big, Sean, really appreciate it. Okay. All right. We have more retail changes and shenanigans do hotel you about a little bit of good news too, many celebrities doing fashion and beauty related things. And of course, when we get back, some jewelry ideas for Valentine's Day or get yourself over here. You're listening to shopgirls live at Max's on on Excelsior boulevard, Excelsior and grant, we'll be right back. Recently.
"charlotte russe" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"Good morning. John More than a fifth of the tweets. Posting about November's midterm elections on Twitter were from robots many originating in Russia and Iran, the low price women's and teens clothing chain, Charlotte russe filing for bankruptcy will close nearly one hundred of its five hundred stores right away, Amazon, adding the Starbucks chief operating officer Roslyn brewer to its board of directors. She becomes the second African American woman on the board the pickup wars heating up today. General Motors will show off its newest priciest, heavy duty Chevy Silverado pickup truck. But General Motors has already begun laying off upwards of forty three hundred workers mostly inner near Detroit. RV maker winnebago meantime, moving production of its diesel-powered motorhomes from Oregon back to Iowa two hundred jobs will be lost. Oregon, but one hundred seventy five added in Iowa and bowling said, it added nine thousand workers to its plans last year to crank out more commercial jets. Tom Twitter bots were guiding the two thousand sixteen election. Yeah. This is a real shocker. It tells us just how active robots were in the lead up to and even after the November elections trying to spread fake stories and influence voters. The study comes from USC and some Swiss researchers, and they say that in just about every state more than twenty percent of the accounts. Posting about the elections on Twitter were Botts adding up to more than two hundred thousand tweets many of the fifteen thousand or so accounts behind those tweets were traced to Russia also to Iran Venezuela and a lot from the US Twitter for its part said it removed a lot of robot accounts. But is it doing enough university of Indiana says it developed a bottom meter that? These researchers did use that can help determine if an account is operated by a software algorithm about ninety five percent of the time. And I guess they should use it a lot. More CNBC's. Tom busby. The New England Patriots Super Bowl win over. The Los Angeles Rams was seen by one hundred point seven million viewers. This smallest Super Bowl audience in a decade Twenty-three passed. A new survey says how financially secure we feel is largely dependent on our income. But also, our age education and skin color. Here's correspondent Scott Carr. The new survey from the Associated Press center for public affairs research seems to reflect sharp demographic divide within the US economy. Most white Americans reported having little stress over managing their day-to-day month-to-month housing costs while African Americans and Hispanics were far less confident college graduates on the whole reported feeling far more confident than high school graduates that they could afford emergency thousand dollar expense. Young adults eighteen to twenty nine reported being more optimistic about finding a good job than people in their sixties did but American. In their sixties are more confident that adults under thirty when it comes to dealing with credit cards and other expenses. I'm Scott Carr approaching twenty four after what happens when this dog falls.
"charlotte russe" Discussed on Scheananigans with Scheana Shay
"I've always been a more petite person. But at my biggest I got up to a size four and just for me, I've been zero my whole life. So that just for me on camera was big. And I know that's not big at all that's still way below average. By once. I started seeing the change. It was amazing just made me want to keep going. Now, I've on like four years of working out regularly and being healthy. But it just it did take seeing those results initially to. Yeah. Takes hard work. There are no shortcuts, right? Yeah. And being a cheerleader in high school. Like, I was always the flyer. But I was the petite one. But I also had friends who were on the curvier side. So one of the things I was going to tell you about do, you know, toward the store think they're owned by the people that own their own by hot topic. Okay. Yeah. So the west Covina mall back home was like the place. I would always go shopping and we'd have like cheerleading squad would have practice and we'll go shopping, but then it's like I would wanna go to like, Charlotte russe. And then some of the girls would wanna go to torrid, which is a fashion brand for women who wear sizes ten to thirty. They have anything from jeans intimates keep dresses tops. It's focused on designs and silos that are fit to perfection for their bodies. All of the pieces are where tested for real curvy women with diverse shapes and sizes and one size does not fit. All everyone's different think..