Thursday, August 18, 2011

Art Mecca Live!


The Speakout Presents the PREMIERE of: ArtMecca Live!

Your favorite Live Talk Show with performances, interviews and more!
See Live performances, and find out what's going on in the world of today's movers & shakers in Music, Art, Activism, and Artivism!

This month will feature: Designer Holly Kai Hurd; HBO's Brave New Voices Denver Team: Minor Disturbance 2010; and the music of Nik "Musa" Ridley!

Held Every 3rd Thursday; 8-10pm at:
Dayton Street Theatre 1468 Dayton St. (Dayton/Colfax)

Doors 7p / Show 8p (Promptly) / $7.00
Wine/Beer/Beverages/ and food available!

Support a PRS Sister

If you are looking for something to do in the Springs please go support a local PRS Sister who is an actress in the play The Crucible down in the Springs,

The info is at the website


Alicia "Lisa" Young, Mary Kay Independent Beauty Consultant

Colorado African Festival

Greetings ALL

     Please consider blessing Brother Jeff and crew with your presence at the inaugural Colorado African Festival this weekend.  Friday's reception is a fundraiser for Brother Jeff's various organizations and SIFA Children's choir.  The reception is $25.  Saturday is an all day FREE festival.  Both events are family friendly.  Please see the description of the event below and feel free to hit me with questions/concerns.  I hope to see you all this weekend.  Blessings and...



Colorado Aids Walk

Colorado Aids Walk

PRS was well represented August 13th and joined by two new PRS Members and our favorite Denver minister Cameron Moore! We had a blast from 7:30 AM to 9AM just talking and enjoying ourselves and getting to know eachother more. We were the group that had the most fun however… we danced and laughed and laughed some more J

PRS is really coming alive and starting to make an impact in the community and that was the goal. To bring women and actually all people in general on a positive note. While embracing every aspect of the individual and creating a support system that is real and drama-free.

At the walk there were many big organizations represented and each team had a common color or shirt to stand for their organization. We of course wore purple! It was so amazing seeing so many people come together for such a good cause. We ended up raising $275 towards the cost and raising awareness for this disease. Our original goal was $100! Please join us at our September event where we will go to the Denver Rescue Mission and serve the less fortunate…

Thakn you to all of you who participated in the walk and we look forward to many more times :-)

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We finally crossed the finish line! It felt like the walk was 100 miles because it was so hot out but we made it!!!

Wednesday, August 3, 2011

Do you have healthy nails?

Nails make it easier to pick up small things, clean a frying pan, and scratch an itch. They also provide an external sign of your health, with weak, brittle nails often signaling some nutritional deficiency. Ignore your nails and you could wind up with painful ingrown nails or annoying fungal infections.
Follow these 14 tips for not only well-groomed, but healthy nails on all 20 fingers and toes.

1. To keep your nails hydrated, rub a small amount of petroleum jelly into your cuticle and the skin surrounding your nails every evening before you go to bed or whenever your nails feel dry. Keep a jar in your purse, desk drawer, car — anywhere you might need it. Not a fan of petroleum jelly? Substitute castor oil. It’s thick and contains vitamin E, which is great for your cuticles. Or head to your kitchen cupboard and grab the olive oil — it also works to moisturize your nails.

2. Wear rubber gloves whenever you do housework or wash dishes. Most household chores, from gardening to scrubbing the bathroom to washing dishes, are murderous on your nails. To protect your digits from dirt and harsh cleaners, cover them with vinyl gloves whenever it’s chore time. And for extra hand softness, apply hand cream before you put on the rubber gloves.

3. When pushing back your cuticles (it is not necessary to cut them) come in at a 45-degree angle and be very gentle. Otherwise the cuticle will become damaged, weakening the entire nail, says Mariana Diaconescu, manicurist at the Pierre Michel Salon in New York City.

4. Trim your toenails straight across to avoid ingrown toenails. This is particularly important if you have diabetes.

5. Dry your hands for at least two minutes after doing the dishes, taking a bath/shower, etc. Also dry your toes thoroughly after swimming or showering. Leaving them damp increases your risk of fungal infection.
6. Air out your work boots and athletic shoes. Better yet, keep two pairs and switch between them so you’re never putting your feet into damp, sweaty shoes, which could lead to fungal infections.

7. Wear 100 percent cotton socks. They’re best for absorbing dampness, thus preventing fungal infections.

8. Stretch out the beauty of a manicure by applying a fresh top coat every day, says Susie Galvez, owner of Face Works Day Spa in Richmond, Virginia, and author of Hello Beautiful: 365 Ways to Be Even More Beautiful.

9. Make your nails as strong as a horse’s hooves, and take 300 micrograms of the B vitamin biotin four to six times a day. Long ago, veterinarians discovered that biotin strengthened horses’ hooves, which are made from keratin, the same substance in human nails. Swiss researchers found that people who took 2.5 milligrams of biotin a day for 5.5 months had firmer, harder nails. In a U.S. study, 63 percent of people taking biotin for brittle nails experienced an improvement.

10. Add a glass of milk and a hard-boiled egg to your daily diet. Rich in zinc, they’ll do wonders for your nails, especially if your nails are spotted with white, a sign of low zinc intake.

11. File your nails correctly. To keep your nails at their strongest, avoid filing in a back-and-forth motion — only go in one direction. And never file just after you’ve gotten out of a shower or bath — wet nails break more easily.

12. Massage your nails to keep them extra strong and shiny. Nails buffing increases blood supply to the nail, which stimulates the matrix of the nail to grow, says Galvez.

13. Polish your nails, even if it’s just with a clear coat. It protects your nails, says manicurist Diaconescu. If you prefer color, use a base coat, two thin coats of color, and a top coat. Color should last at least seven days but should be removed after 10 days.

14. Avoid polish removers with acetone or formaldehyde. They’re terribly drying to nails, says Andrea Lynn Cambio, M.D., a New York City dermatologist. Use acetate-based removers instead.

This will make you laugh :-)

Important Women's Health Issue:

Disclaimer: This is only a joke.. Members of PRS do not encourage the use of alchohol to feel better about themselves nor encourage driving after the consumption of it. Be responcible.

* Do you have feelings of inadequacy?
* Do you suffer from shyness?
* Do you sometimes wish you were more assertive?
* Do you suffer exhaustion from the day to day grind?

If you answered yes to any of these questions, ask your doctor or pharmacist about Margaritas.

Margaritas are the safe, natural way to feel better and more confident about yourself and your actions. Margaritas can help ease you out of your shyness and let you tell the world that you're ready and willing to do just about anything. You will notice the benefits of Margaritas almost immediately and with a regiment of regular doses you can overcome any obstacles that prevent you from living the life you want to live.

Shyness and awkwardness will be a thing of the past and you will discover many talents you never knew you had.. Stop hiding and start living, with Margaritas.

Margaritas may not be right for everyone Women who are pregnant or nursing should not use Margaritas. However, women who wouldn't mind nursing or becoming pregnant are encouraged to try it.

Side effects may include:
- Dizziness
- Nausea
- Vomiting
- Incarceration
- Erotic lustfulness
- Loss of motor control
- Loss of clothing
- Loss of money
- Loss of virginity
- Table dancing
- Headache
- Dehydration
- Dry mouth
- And a desire to sing Karaoke

* The consumption of Margaritas may make you think you are whispering when you are not.
* The consumption of Margaritas may cause you to tell your friends over and over again that you love them.
* The consumption of Margaritas may cause you to think you can sing.
* The consumption of Margaritas may make you think you can logically converse with members of the opposite sex without spitting.

Please share this with other women who may need Margaritas.

Please note that this is a joke. Members of PRS do not encourage the use of Mararitas to make women feel better about themselves. After the consumption of such drinks driving isnt encouraged. Be responcible!

Monday, August 1, 2011

Would you like to be a contributing writer?

Do you have things you are passionae about that you would like to get out there? Please contact us at: for more info. We would love to hear your point of view and what you have to share with the world! This is a platform for women to express themselves and offer advice in their area of expertise. So don't doubt yourself.. come on board!

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