Monday, March 28, 2011

PRS Honored at the HOTTEST 90's Concert in Denver

We are sooo happy and honored to have been apart of one of Denver's HOTTEST 90's Concert EVER!!

It was a tribute to women in the 90's performed by the HOTTEST acts in Denver! There was a raffle, and donations and wonderful vendors who were selling and promoting their businesses!

We would like send a special thanks to SistaSoul Cooper for asking us to be apart of this amazing event! We are blessed beyond belief! We have some new ladies who are interested in getting to know who PRS is more and we are delighted!

Purple Ring Society has so much more to do and this is only the beginning. Coming together as strong women there is NOTHING like it! We must continue to empower eachother and stay positive!
Thank you to all of you who support us we appreciate you! Our community needs us and we are just so excited for what God has in store!!

Wednesday, March 23, 2011

Remembering Elizabeth Taylor

Elizabeth Taylor is considered one of the last, if not the last major star, to have come out of the old Hollywood studio system. And not just any studio, the top of the heap: MGM. Her early movies, as a child in the early 1940s, starred such Hollywood luminaries as Orson Welles and Spencer Tracy. She quickly grew up, however, and by 1950 was, if not starring in, assuming major responsibilities for the success of motion pictures she appeared in. Then with major roles onscreen, came worldwide attention off-screen, most notably due to a succession of famous and/or rich husbands and a series of health crises throughout her life. To put it simply, Elizabeth Taylor has lived a life far more exciting and dramatic than any movie she's ever appeared in and probably most any other movie you could name. She's known internationally for her beauty, especially for those violet eyes, with which she captured audiences early on in her youth and has kept the world hooked on ever since. She's won the Oscar twice and she's earned her place in and out of the sun.

In 1942 Taylor signed a contract with Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, the biggest and best studio of the time, and landed a part in Lassie Come Home. In 1943 she was cast in National Velvet, the story of a young woman who wins a horse in the lottery and rides it in England's Grand National Steeplechase. Taylor was so determined to play the role that she exercised and dieted for four months. During filming she was thrown from a horse and suffered a broken back, but she forced herself to finish the project. National Velvet became both a critical and commercial success.
Taylor loved her work, the costumes, the makeup, and the attention. Columnist Hedda Hopper, a friend of Taylor's mother, declared that at fifteen Elizabeth was the most beautiful woman in the world. Making films such as Little Women, Father of the Bride, Cynthia, and A Place in the Sun, Taylor began to gain a reputation as a moody actress who demanded special treatment. In May 1950 she married Conrad N. Hilton Jr., whose family owned a chain of hotels, but the union lasted less than a year. After divorcing Hilton, she married British actor Michael Wilding in February 1952. They had two sons.
Between 1952 and 1956 Elizabeth Taylor played in many romantic films that did not demand great acting talent. In 1956 she played opposite James Dean (1931–1955) in Giant, followed by the powerful Raintree County (1957), for which she was nominated (put forward for consideration) for an Academy Award for the first time. In Suddenly Last Summer (1959) she received five hundred thousand dollars (the most ever earned by an actress for eight weeks of work) and another Academy Award nomination.

Read more: Elizabeth Taylor Biography - life, family, children, parents, name, story, wife, mother, young
  • Was born in England to American parents and lived there until age 7.
  • Made her film debut at 10 in There's One Born Every Minute, which also featured Carl 'Alfalfa' Switzer.
  • Was the first movie star to receive a then-record salary of $1 million, for 1963's Cleopatra.
  • Made her Broadway debut in a 1981 revival of The Little Foxes.
  • Recipient of several awards for her HIV/AIDS charity work and other causes.
  • Married eight times, including twice to Richard Burton.
  • Was made a Dame by Queen Elizabeth II on New Year's Eve, 1999.

What an amazing powerful woman and we take some of your legacy and carry it on! Thank you for all you have done, You will NOT be forgotten

Interesting facts about the food YOU may Eat!

Stomach-sensitive food: mint
Why it can affect you: While peppermint has numerous benefits, including aiding in digestive issues, it can also have the reverse effect and increase heartburn symptoms, Dr. Gerald Ashton Isenberg, who works in the gastroenterology department at UH Case Medical Center in Cleveland, Ohio, told AOL Health. "Mint increases the chance of acid reflux because it relaxes the lower esophageal sphincter, a muscle that is located at the end of the esophagus, allowing acid from the stomach to back up into the food pipe," he explained. Keep in mind this holds true for anything that contains mint, such as peppermint tea and even peppermint gum and breath mints.

Stomach-sensitive food: sodas and fruit juices
Why they can affect you: According to Dr. Jacob Teitelbaum medical director of the Fibromyalgia and Fatigue Centers, both of these beverages contain a whopping 3/4 teaspoon of sugar per ounce. "Many people have heard of lactose intolerance, but fructose intolerance is another major cause of IBS," he told AOL Health. He further explained that as many as 30 percent of adults have fructose malabsorption, meaning their bodies can absorb less than 25 grams of fructose (six spoons) at a time. "Whatever the body cannot absorb acts like a sponge by sucking water into your gut while triggering unhealthy infections in the colon."

Stomach-sensitive food: beans
Why they can affect you: Beans can produce intestinal gas because they contain oligosaccharide, a type of complex sugar comprised of large molecules too big for the small intestine. In addition, the body cannot break down this complex sugar because it lacks the enzyme to do so.

Stomach-sensitive food: coffee
Why it can affect you: Teitelbaum said that the acids in coffee can irritate the stomach lining, which can cause excessive production of hydrochloric acid, leading to indigestion and reflux, especially for those with ulcers or who are prone to heartburn. Sorry, java lovers, decaf contains the same acids and will result in the same reaction. To satisfying your coffee craving, Teitelbaum suggested drinking one cup of licorice tea a day, which has been known to soothe the stomach and treat ulcers.

Stomach-sensitive food: broccoli
Why it can affect you: Registered dietitian Katherine Brooking told AOL Health that broccoli is a gas-producing veggie that may cause stomach issues for those who deal with IBS. Broccoli is placed in the category of soluble fiber, a type of fiber that doesn't break down until it reaches the large intestine, where digestion causes gas. Plus, broccoli contains a small amount of raffinose, a complex sugar that produces gas, which is also found in beans.

Stomach-sensitive food: tomatoes
Why they can affect you: "Tomatoes can be an esophageal irritant, bringing about symptoms of acid reflux, heartburn or making heartburn worse," said Isenberg. This juicy red fruit is highly acidic, which, in turn, stimulates the production of extra digestive acids in the stomach. As a result, these acids can creep back up the esophagus, aggravating a sensitive esophagus or further damaging the lining of the esophagus. Tomato-based foods, such as marinara sauce, pizza sauce and salsa, fall under this umbrella, as well.

Stomach-sensitive food: milk-based products
Why they can affect you: According to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, an estimated 30 to 50 million American adults are lactose intolerant. "We are the only species that continues to drink milk after weaning, and many people lose the ability to digest lactose -- the milk sugar -- as they grow into adulthood," said Teitelbaum. Lactose intolerance is caused by a deficiency of the enzyme lactase, which is produced by the cells lining the small intestine, stated the National Digestive Diseases Information Clearinghouse, a service of the National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases. "So any lactose you don't digest becomes party food for the gut bacteria, and they say 'thank you' by making a lot of gas," said Teitelbaum. Substituting "real" milk, ice cream and cheese for dairy products labeled lactose free should ease this problem, along with choosing milk that contains lactase and hard cheese, since it naturally contains less lactose than soft cheese.

Stomach-sensitive food: fatty foods
Why they can affect you: Foods high in fat, including fried foods, can increase symptoms of acid reflex and IBS, said Brooking. The reason: Fatty foods take longer to break down in the body, so they remain in the stomach for an extended period of time. As a result, the body automatically produces extra stomach acid in order to aid in digestion. Keep in mind that overeating (in general) will also cause a delay in digestion and will stimulate the stomach to secrete more acid.

Stomach-sensitive food: iced drinks (with meals)
Why they can affect you: Teitelbaum explained that indigestion isn't typically caused by too much stomach acid but more often by the lack of it. "Digestion relies largely on stomach acid and digestive enzymes," he said. "Your digestive enzymes work best at 98.6 degrees -- and ice-cold drinks can inactivate them, causing indigestion." He advised drinking something hot (like tea or hot water with lemon) when you're dining and snacking and saving the cold drinks for in between mealtimes.

Stomach-sensitive food: chocolate
Why it can affect you: Last (and certainly least) is the beloved, dark, any-time-of-day treat. While chocolate has been proven to have health benefits, including improved cardiovascular health and reduced risk of stroke, it can also cause indigestion and heartburn. "Chocolate contains concentrations of theobromine, a compound that occurs naturally in many plants such as cocoa, tea and coffee plants," stated Lamm. "And this compound has the ability to relax the esophageal sphincter muscle, letting stomach acid squirt up into the esophagus." Chocolate also contains caffeine, another agent that encourages the stomach to produce excess acid.

Friday, March 11, 2011

Healthy Living!

The Importance of Breakfast
It often amazes me how people take better care of their cars than their bodies. I have yet to meet a person who said, “God has a plan as to when my car should ‘die’ and I do not need to worry about it. I don’t need to check or change the oil, or perform any routine maintenance. And I don’t need to worry about the type of gasoline I use.” We recognize the necessity of proper care to get the longest life and best performance out of our automobiles. When will we realize that proper care also gives our bodies the longest life and best performance?
Today, a wealth of scientific research has confirmed that most of the leading causes of death and chronic diseases are preventable. We have been talking about the lifestyle factors that will help us improve our health. Adding breakfast to your eating pattern is a major step to improving your lifestyle. Well, why bother with breakfast? Food is fuel. Many studies have emphasized the importance of breakfast. If you want to make the most of your day, fuel your body early with the right stuff.

Other studies have even linked healthy breakfasts with less chronic disease, increased longevity and better health. Starting your day with a good breakfast boosts your energy, increases your attention span, and heightens your sense of well-being. You’ll be in better control of your emotions. A good breakfast is one that provides at least one third of the day’s calories.
Most people give a variety of reasons for not eating breakfast. A common reason is that they are not hungry in the morning, which is a result of eating a full meal late in the evening or late snacking. When they go to bed, the body is still busy digesting all that food. Digestion then goes into a slower gear during the hours of sleep and there is still food in the stomach in the morning. The stomach needs a rest too. A tired stomach does not feel like digesting a big breakfast. When you get up in the morning, your glucose or blood sugar level is at its lowest point in the day. Glucose is the basic fuel for the brain and central nervous system. A good breakfast will keep you from being tired and irritable by mid-morning.
The effects of a skipped breakfast are short attention span, lack of alertness, longer reaction time, low blood sugar, decreased work productivity. Surely, breakfast is the most important meal of the day. Take time to eat a large, balanced breakfast. It’s a good investment of your time. Once you get into the habit of eating breakfast, you may feel hungry in the morning.

Breakfast is a great way to get more fiber into your diet. Plan wisely for a healthy breakfast. Many prepared cereals have added refined sugar, often hidden. Read labels carefully to select cereals prepared without excessive sugar, salt, fat, and additives.

What’s your excuse for not eating breakfast?
•  “No time?” How much time does it take to eat a bowl of cereal? Make toast and eat it on your way to work. Make your breakfast the night before. Making time for breakfast is making time to be healthy.
•  “Not hungry?” To get started, don’t eat anything after an early supper. Finish supper by 6:30 p.m.
•  “Might gain weight?” Eating breakfast will actually help you reach and maintain your healthy weight. Your appetite will be satisfied longer. You’ll be eating food when you can best burn the calories. You’ll feel great. Eat breakfast.
•  You “don’t like breakfast foods?” You don’t have to eat traditional breakfast foods. You can eat leftovers, or a sandwich. Any healthy food is fine. Caffeine may mask hunger.
•  You “don’t like eating breakfast?” It is in your best interest to eat breakfast. Take the step. Do the right thing. Eat breakfast.
Simple, easy ways to add Breakfast:
•  Start Small. If your not a breakfast eater, begin with whole wheat toast and/or a piece of fruit. In a few days, add more food.
•  Choose Fruit for Breakfast. Fruit gives you fiber. Fresh fruit is the best choice. There are many to choose from: oranges, grapefruits, apples, bananas, grapes, kiwis, mangos, melons, berries. Eat two servings of fruit every morning. Canned fruit packed in juice is also a good choice. Add dried fruit to your cereal.
•  Eat High Fiber Hot Cereal. Hot cereal is the best choice, but there are several brands of cold cereal on the market that are high in fiber and low in sugar. Oatmeal is a favorite hot cereal. Try a seven grain cereal and experiment with different grains such as millet, brown rice, quinoa, corn grits for a variety. Try cooking grains in a crock pot overnight and it’s already the next morning. Or cook up a large batch and re-heat the next day. Make your own granola. Add a high fiber cereal to your favorite low fiber cereal. Gradually increase the amount of the high fiber cereal and decrease the amount of the low fiber cereal. For example, if you like cornflakes, add Wheat Chex to the cornflakes. Each morning add a little more Wheat Chex and a little less Cornflakes.
•  Choose Whole Grain Bread. Eat two slices of toast in the morning or a whole grain bagel. Spread with fruit spread or applesauce or your favorite nut butter.
•  Make Healthy Pancakes or Waffles. Have you ever considered topping your pancakes or waffles with fruit?
•  Instead of scramble eggs try scrambled tofu. You’re in for a great surprise.
•  The sky’s the limit. The only limitation is your imagination. Make it a priority. Eat breakfast.

High fiber, ready to eat cereals and whole grain breads.
--Choose a cereal with at least 3-5 grams of fiber per serving.
--Choose cereal that have 5 grams or less of sugar per serving.
Remember 4 grams of sugar=1 teaspoon.
--Choose bread with at least 2 grams of dietary fiber per slice.

PRS is being honored! Please Join!

Save the date March 27th at Casselmans 2620 Walnut at 6:00 PM.

We are being honored as a local business that empowers women! We are a beneficiary as a celebration of Womens History Month. PRS is being honored this night!!!!!!!! This is also a tribute to women in music in the 90’s! Performances from the hottest women in Denver will be present! Please come and continue to spread the word!

We are so happy to be honored and we are thankful for this Fundraiser for our business!  and Twitter @PurpleRing00

End Times are they Near?

So many are running around very scared about all the riots and discontent around the world with leadership and now natural disasters… What do you think? Personally I feel that we will not know exactly when the end times will happen. Yes in revelations it says lots about the end times, however none of know when it will end. We need to just continue to live and enjoy every day! There are many different interpretations of the book of revelations and when Jesus is coming back and what signs are to be noticed. Please read below and share your comments!


In Matthew24:3 Jesus was asked, "Tell us, when will these things be, and what will be the sign of your coming, and of the end of the age?"  Jesus told his apostles to look for  the following signs prior to his second coming and the end of the age.

Matthew 24:5 "For many will come in my name, saying, I am Christ, and will mislead many."
Matthew 24:11 "And many false prophets will arise, and will mislead many."
In the last several years many have claimed to be the Messiah.  Jim Jones and David Koresh are examples of these false christs as well as countless others who are not as newsworthy.  These false prophets are a prelude to the ultimate false christ, the antichrist.  Many New Age groups, some even NGO's working for the United Nations, are anxiously awaiting the antichrist, preparing the way for his acceptance as the head of the hierarchy of gods and the one who will usher in world peace.

2.  WARS
Matthew 24:6 "And you will be hearing of wars and rumors of wars; see that you are not frightened, for those things must take place, but that is not yet the end."
Rumors of wars in all areas of the world now occur frequently thanks to instant media coverage and the availability of a multitude of 24-hour news sources.
Matthew 24:7 "For nation will rise against nation, and kingdom against kingdom, and in various places there will be famines and earthquakes."
More people have been killed in warfare in this century than at any other time in history.  As the death toll rises in the Middle East, more and more countries work feverishly to develop devastating weapons of mass destruction.  Add to that the expanding threat of terrorism and unpredictable dictators such as Saddam Hussein, and the potential for the outbreak of war exists in nations, kingdoms and places across the globe.

Matthew 24:7 "For nation will rise against nation, and kingdom against kingdom, and in various places there will be famines and earthquakes."
As white, Christian farmers are driven out of Zimbabwe in increasing numbers, and foreigners move in to replace life-sustaining crops with poppies that now supply 25% of the worlds drugs, famine spreads across the African continent.  The undernourished are not limited to Africa, however.  A large portion of the worlds 5 billion people suffers from a shortage of food.

Matthew 24:7 "For nation will rise against nation, and kingdom against kingdom, and in various places there will be famines and earthquakes."
The number and intensity of earthquakes this century is at a level higher than any other time in history.  A staggering number of seismic events occur around the world daily.  The earthquake seismic monitor IRIS shows all major earthquakes for the last year.  Indicated by yellow and red circles, the seismic events of the last 15 days provides strong evidence of the fulfillment of Matthew 24:7 in our day.  By contrast, in the years from 1890 to 1900 there was only one major earthquake in the world.

Matthew 24:8-9 "But all these things are merely the beginning of birth pangs.  Then they will deliver you to tribulation, and will kill you, and you will be hated by all nations on account of my name."
Christians are under attack throughout the world today.  In the United States Christians still enjoy freedom to worship God without suffering much more than ridicule, hatred, or discrimination at work and school.  However in many other countries such as China, Sudan, Africa, Saudi Arabia, North Korea, Russia, and many Muslim nations, Christian suffer much greater persecution and often times death for their faith.  During the tribulation this suffering will be worldwide and will continue even to the point of martyrdom.  These first 5 signs will increase in intensity and severity as the tribulation approaches, much like the birth pangs or contractions of a pregnant woman worsen as the delivery time approaches.

Matthew 24:14 "And this gospel of the kingdom shall be preached in the whole world for a witness to all the nations, and then the end shall come."
This prophecy has already been fulfilled through television, radio, missionaries, the translation of the Bible into many languages, and the internet.  People all over the world now hear the message of Christ from missionaries who have the means to travel the globe, and via technology that allows us to communicate with people on the other side of the world right from our own homes, churches and offices.

Massive Natrual Disasters in Japan and Hawaii

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Last updated: 4.06pm Irish time.
All times are given in Japanese Standard Time unless otherwise stated. To convert to Irish times, subtract 9 hours.
HOW THE HORRIFIC events of today are continuing to unfold in Japan and the Pacific Rim:
  • 8.04am (PST): While some coastal areas of Oregon were evacuated earlier – and are now receiving small waves from the tsunami flow, the US White House has announced that it appears the western coast of North America will escape damage.
  • 12.45am: The fire at Onagawa nuclear power plant and the situation at Fukushima nuclear plant, where the cooling system had failed, are “under control” according to Japan’s Chief Cabinet Secretary Yukio Edano.
  • 12.38am: A dam has broken in Fukushima prefecture in Japan, washing away homes, according to Kyodo and Reuters.
  • 12.09am: Police in Japan have told the official Kyodo News Agency that the death toll has risen to 100 and that 350 are missing.
  • 12.05am: Indonesia and Guam both lift their tsunami warnings and escape with no damage as small waves hit.
  • Midnight: One train has derailed and another is “missing” in quake and tsunami-hit Miyagi area in Japan.
  • 11.29pm: The United States Geological Service (USGS) has measured 67 aftershocks with a 5.0 magnitude or above in Japan since the quake.
  • 2pm (Irish time): The Irish Department of Foreign tells ”it’s far too early” to talk about pledging aid, despite reports from Kyodo News Agency that 25 countries have already done so. The UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon has said the UN will do ‘anything and everything’ to help Japan recover.
  • 10.40pm: Back in Japan, a defence force team has been deployed to Fukushima nuclear reactor. A further 8,000 troops has been deployed to disaster recovery.
  • 3.40am: Water levels are continuing to rise, but gradually, in Hawaii. (1.40pm Irish time).
  • 10.40pm: Police in Miyagi, Japan, have discovered 200-300 bodies a coastal area at the stricken Sendai city, Kyodo reports.
  • 3.21am (HST) First reports that the the tsunami has struck Hawaii seem premature (1.23pm). Watch the live video here.
  • 10.03pm: In Japan, government officials repeat that there have been no radiation leaks so far from Fukushima. Twenty five countries now offer help.
  • 10pm: In the Philippines, residents are told the tsunami will not be as severe as had been expected (1pm Irish time).
  • 05:00am (PST) In the US, the San Francisco Police Department has closed the Great Highway from Point Lobos/48th Ave to Lake Merced as a precaution (1pm Irish time).
  • 9.45pm: The tsunami is reported to be 20 minutes from shore in Hawaii.
  • 9.30pm: The death toll from the quake rises to 60.
  • 9.30pm: Japan accepts the US offer of help. It’s reported by the Kyodo News Agency that senior government officials are heading to the Fukushima nuclear plant, which is experiencing a reactor failure. More than 2,000 residents in the area have been urged to evacuate.
  • 9.19pm: The European Union has said it would “mobilise all appropriate assistance” to Japan.
  • 8.43pm: Barack Obama has offered his condolences to the people of Japan, and the US State Department tweets that it has been in touch with the Japanese government and is ready to provide any assistance needed.
  • Strong waves have been recorded along the Isabela coastline and in Batanes, in the Philippines, ABSCBN news reports.
  • 8.40pm: It’s reported by the Kyodo News Agency that the tsunami has carried away a ship with 100 people on board.
  • 8.18pm: Japan has declared a state of atomic emergency after a cooling failure at the Fukushima nuclear plant. A fire is raging in the Onagawa nuclear plant in Miyagi.
  • Russia, Australia and New Zealand have been given the all-clear.
  • 8pm: Revised time for the tsunami to hit Indonesian province of Papua is 8.30pm – roughly 11.30am.
  • 7.53pm: New Zealand has issued its own tsunami warning. Small tsunamis have hit the coast of Taiwan without any damage.
  • 7:38pm: The death toll how now reached at least 29 people, police and authorities have said, while some news agencies are putting it as high as 32. AFP quotes the National Police Agency as saying “the damage is so enormous that it will take us much time to gather data”.
  • 7.05pm: The death toll is confirmed as 26. The people of Indonesia are warned to expect the first wave of the tsunami in 45 minutes, at 10.57pm local time – or just before 11am Irish time.
  • A magnitude 4.5 quake has hit Hawaii.
  • 5.06pm: Eight people are now confirmed dead.
  • 5pm: Authorities in Japan warn residents to prepare for more strong earthquakes.
  • The International Red Cross warns that some of the tsunami waves could be higher than some of the Pacific islands
  • 5pm: Japan’s prime minister says quake caused ‘major damage’ in northeastern Japan.
  • One death is confirmed. Japan’s fire and disaster management agency says it’s still assessing damage.
  • 4.36pm: Japanese government is notified that the cooling facility at a nuclear reactor is not functioning.
  • 4.30pm: People in Hawaii are being told to evacuate their homes. Sirens are sounding in Honolulu. The Pacific Tsunami Warning Center in Hawaii widens its tsunami warning to include Hawaii and the rest of the Pacific Ocean. The tsunami is due to hit – in about four hours – or at approximately 1pm Irish time.
  • 3pm-4pm: Over the next hour, Japan is struck by five powerful aftershocks. All public transport stops in Tokyo. Hundreds of people are evacuated from Shinjuku station, the world’s busiest, to a nearby park.The ceiling collapses in Kudan Kaikan, injuring an unknown number of people.
  • A massive tsunami – some say it’s ten metres high – swept over the embankments in Sendai city, washing cars, houses and farm equipment inland. Gas explosions rock some houses.
  • A large section of the ceiling at the new airport at Ibaraki – about 80km northeast of Tokyo collapses. Tokyo’s main airport closes.
  • Residents could be seen waving for help from the top floor of their homes, with surroundings streets flooded,  trapping them inside their homes.
  • An oil refinery in Chiba prefecture near Toyko caught fire, smoke seen billowing from the industrial site.
  • The Japanese government sets up an emergency response team, headed by the Japanese prime minister.
  • Dozens of fires are reported in northern prefectures of Fukushima, Sendai, Iwate and Ibaraki. Houses collapsing and landslides were also reported in Miyagi.
  • A large ship swept away by the tsunami rammed  into a breakwater in Kesennuma city in Miyagi prefecture.
  • Scores of cars were shown floating in Iwate prefecture harbour, while the Tokyo Fire department said many people were injured after a roof caved in during a school graduation ceremony at a hall in east Tokyo.
  • 3.15pm: Half an hour after the initial quake, tall buildings are still swaying in Tokyo, and mobile phone networks have collapsed.
  • 3.15pm: A 7.4 magnitude aftershock hits.
  • 2.46pm: A magnitude 8.9 quake strikes on Friday afternoon, in the middle of the working day (5.46am Irish time). The epicenter is 80km from the eastern coast of Honshu island, Japan’s largest, about 380 km northeast of Tokyo. The depth is 10km, which is relatively shallow – increasing the likely damage. In downtown Tokyo, large buildings shook violently. Power goes out in more than 4 million buildings.
  • Wednesday: A major 7.3 magnitude earthquake hits in the area where today’s will occur. But it seems that was just the prelude to today’s massive quake, which is the seventh largest ever recorded.


Save the date March 27th at Casselmans 2620 Walnut at 6:00 PM.

We are being honored as a local business that empowers women! We are a beneficiary as a celebration of Womens History Month. PRS is being honored this night!!!!!!!! This is also a tribute to women in music in the 90’s! Performances from the hottest women in Denver will be present! Please come and continue to spread the word!

We are so happy to be honored and we are thankful for this Fundraiser for our business!  and Twitter @PurpleRing00