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A locally produced show focusing on issues of concern to women. Airs Thursdays at 5:00 p.m.
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The Women's Room
(Aug 23, 2012) Play Dowanload

Want to get that Hollywood look without the Holloywood bank account? Then tune into The Women's Room this week when Gina sits down with Andrea Pomerantz Lustig to talk beauty on a budget. As a vetern beauty editor, Andrea will give you all the tips and tricks to look like a million bucks without breaking the bank. For more information, check out Andrea's book, How to Look Expensive, or http://howtolookexpensive.com/.

The Women's Room
(Aug 16, 2012) Play Dowanload

Managing your kids' after school activities can be a little tricky. Will they enjoy soccer? Or are they more interested in art? What about that first job? For answers to all of these questions and more, Rosalyn Hoffman, author of "Smart Mama's Guide To After School Activities" joined host Allie Volpe to weigh in on all things extracurricular. For more on Hoffman and her work, log onto rosalynhoffman.com.

The Women's Room
(Aug 02, 2012) Play Dowanload

Beth Kephart, a Philadelphia-based author, spoke with Allie Volpe about her most recent novel, "Small Damages." Kephart discussed the importance of the setting: Seville, Spain and the impact the characters, Kenzie, the main character, meets while there. Later, Kephart shared her love for the Philadelphia area and the camaraderie she has with other local authors. For more on Beth and her work, log onto http://beth-kephart.blogspot.com/

The Women's Room
(Jul 26, 2012) Play Dowanload

What does a 19 year-old know about feminism? If you're Julie Zeilinger then you know a lot. Julie joins Gina Lemanowicz in The Women's Room this week to talk about her book, "A Little F'ed Up-Why Feminism Is Not a Dirty Word." Julie and Gina discuss the current state of feminism, what the future holds for feminism and why men can be feminists too! For more information visit www.thefbomb.org or www.juliezeilinger.com.

The Women's Room
(Jul 19, 2012) Play Dowanload

Domestic abuse is something we hear a lot about but think "it could never happen to me." However sixty percent of women are physically, sexually or emotionally abused during their lifetime. Lynn Fairweather, author of Stop Signs: Recognizing, Avoiding and Escaping Abusive Relationships, joined Allie Volpe to discuss the red flags in relationships in order to help prevent domestic abuse. Fairweather talked about common qualities in abusers and how intimate partner violence can harm children.

The Women's Room
(Jun 28, 2012) Play Dowanload

Have you ever imagined something as simple as fragrance changing your world forever? For Alyssa Harad, one blog centering on sharing and describing perfume opened her eyes to an underground culture that she never knew existed. Harad, author of "Coming To My Senses: A Story of Perfume, Pleasure and an Unlikely Bride" joined Allie Volpe to talk about how she fell in love with fragrance and how it's affected her life.

The Women's Room
(Jun 21, 2012) Play Dowanload

In the busy lives we lead, everyone can benefit from some more organization, but who has time to organize? Regina Leeds does and she joins Gina in The Women's Room to discuss her book, "The 8-Minute Organizer: Easy Solutions to Simplify Your Life in Your Spare Time." Leeds has created step by step instructions to get you organized. For more information, visit www.reginaleeds.com .

The Women's Room
(Jun 14, 2012) Play Dowanload

Are you having a baby or know someone who is? Then tune into The Women's Room this week as Gina sits down with Angela Wynne, author of "The Baby Cheapskate Guide to Bargains." The average American family can expect to spend more that $23,000 for the first two years of a child's life, but Angela offers tips on everything from saving on diapers to toys so that listeners don't have to go broke. For more tips and tricks visit www.babycheapskate.com.

The Women's Room
(Jun 07, 2012) Play Dowanload

This week in The Women's Room, Gina is joined by Greta Gleissner, author of the book, "Something Spectacular:The True Story of One Rockette's battle with Bulimia. Greta is both recovering from this disease as well as a clinician in the field and she tells Gina not only about her own experiences but also the warning signs parents and friends need to look out for. Find out more at www.gretagleissner.com

The Women's Room
(May 31, 2012) Play Dowanload

Host Allie Volpe spoke with Lorna Vanderhaeghe, author, nutrition expert and associate editor of Total Health Magazine to discuss common ailments that people attribute to genes that can actually be prevented. Vanderhaeghe explained the three common heath fears that Americans have concerning aging and genetics: arthritis, heart disease and diabetes. For each of the three main ailments, Vanderhaeghe offers dietary suggestions to help offset your chances of acquiring any of them.

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