Of Course We Have To Honor The Ladies

It’s Women’s History Month!!!! So this episode is always women empowerment, business, and work social life balance! Enjoy

On this episode we celebrate women’s history month by discussing women in business who are making an impact in the world with guest panelist Sasha Nycole. Then, Amantha Chery gets fit with fitness trainer Janeil Mason to have that perfect Spring/Summer body. Then, we get to know more about entrepreneur, dance instructor, and choreographer Jessica St. Vil.

Tha L Spot Show is a brand new talk show by and for millennials who aim to share their perspectives on news, trending topics, and entertainment. Hosted by Jessica Lanice and Camille Jay. They show recognition to entrepreneurs and those in the arts. And, reporter Amantha Chery gives viewers an inside look of what’s happening within our community. The show is executive produced by Jessica Lanice Chalmers and co-produced by Camille J. Cruz.

The show airs every Thursday at 12pm & 10pm on Brooklyn Free Speech for those based in Brooklyn area (Time Warner 56, Optimum 69, RCN 84) and those in the NYC area (Verizon FIOS 44).

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Cuffin Season Rules and Regulations

Valentine’s Day is right around the corner? Do you have your boo lined up? We’ll go over some rules for cuffin season to make sure you have your cuddle buddy ready to go for the next round.

 

On this episode we have our guest panelists Trevor Mason and Cameron Jay discussing with us about some of the Do’s and Donts of Cuffin Season; our reporter Amantha Chery gives us some Valentine’s Day tips to make it a memorable one; and rapper Cameron Jay discusses with us his latest mixtape M.S.D.L 3.

About Tha L. Spot Show:
Tha L Spot Show is a brand new talk show by and for millennials who aim to share their perspectives on news, trending topics, and entertainment. Hosted by Jessica Lanice and Camille Jay. They show recognition to entrepreneurs and those in the arts. And, reporter Amantha Chery gives viewers an inside look of what’s happening within our community. The show is executive produced by Jessica Lanice Chalmers and co-produced by Camille J. Cruz.

The show airs every Thursday at 12pm & 10pm on Brooklyn Free Speech for those based in Brooklyn area (Time Warner 56, Optimum 69, RCN 84) and those in the NYC area (Verizon FIOS 44).

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Rejuvenating for 2017

The New Year just started. Have you been sticking to your resolutions? Need a boost? The check out this episode of Tha L Spot Show where we talk rejuvenating and rebuilding for 2017!

Episode 1: Rejuvenating for 2017

On this episode we have our guest panelist Radio Rema discussing with us on how to have better relationships for 2017; our reporter Amantha Chery gives actress Latresa Baker a new look for the new year; and fashion designer Chantel Gibbs of Shannon Shenone gives an exclusive preview of her new collection for the Spring!

About Tha L. Spot Show:
Tha L Spot Show is a brand new talk show by and for millennials who aim to share their perspectives on news, trending topics, and entertainment. Hosted by Jessica Lanice and Camille Jay. They show recognition to entrepreneurs and those in the arts. And, reporter Amantha Chery gives viewers an inside look of what’s happening within our community. The show is executive produced by Jessica Lanice Chalmers and co-produced by Camille J. Cruz.

The show airs every Thursday at 12pm & 10pm on Brooklyn Free Speech for those based in Brooklyn area (Time Warner 56, Optimum 69, RCN 84) and those in the NYC area (Verizon FIOS 44).

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Know “Where the Party At” with the NiteStream App  — Tha L. Spot | Network

You ever wanted to know how a party or event was going before you got there? I’m sure we’ve all been through the struggle of “What’s everyone else wearing?, I hope it’s not just full of guys, or Does the DJ have the party poppin?” Now you can know before you go with the NiteStream […]

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Sneaker Heads Unite for BET Experience Sneaker Expo

Written, shot and edited by Camille Jay and Published on Tha L Spot on June 28th, 2016

Lines wrapped around the Staples Center as sneaker fans of all ages hoped to buy, sell, or trade some of the worlds most exclusive sneakers.

Vendors from all over the country set up shop while The Sneaker Con Expo during BET Weekend in Los was designed for tons of sneaker vendors to set up shop and show off the hottest kicks out. Some of the most exclusive and expensive sneakers were collaborations, in which two brands come together to create something exclusive. Some of the most sought after shoes included Yeezys, Don C and Air Jordan collab and Supreme collabs. Some of these sneakers went for over $1000 dollars above retail value. Talk about a come up.

Fans were also able to bring in their own sneakers, in hopes of selling them or trading for something better.  The more exclusive your sneaker was the more money you could get for it. Sneakers had to be rare in popularity as well and barely, if ever, worn. One fan brought in 20 pairs of sneakers with plans to purchase a car with his earnings.

The sneaker culture is alive and well and doesn’t seem to be dying down. Instead it evolves and adds to the artistic element that is sneaker collecting.

Watch below a recap of what we captured:

 

Like a Boss: The Day Drinking Survival Guide

(Written By Camille Jay. Posted on Tha L Spot.com May 25th, 2016)

With Memorial Day just around the corner and Summer teasing and poking it’s big head out, one thing we know that many people will get involved in is: Day Drinking.  School’s out, lunchtime and after work happy hours are in full effect, and the summer is loaded with tons of day parties and beach days.  So we want to help you survive a days worth of liquid courage, and live to do it all again the next day.

Plan Ahead

You don’t know what the day has in store for you.  Whatever happens, you don’t want to let it affect your responsibilities for tomorrow.  So take some time to help your future self out.  Prepare anything you need for the next morning and even leave yourself some water, a Gatorade and maybe an Advil or two.  If you do happen to have a hangover, you will be very happy you prepared for it.

A Meal Seals the Deal

Drinking on an empty stomach is never a good idea.  So before you get your day going, make sure you have a hearty meal, full of protein and carbs.  These nutrients will help absorb the alcohol and decrease your chances of having a hangover.  You should also have another one or two light meals or snacks throughout your day to keep your body full of energy.   You don’t want to eat too much though.  You need to give your body time to digest otherwise you’ll increase your chances of vomiting.  And nobody wants that.  Personally I like to have toast or crackers before I jump in bed after a day of drinking.  While you’re sleeping, the carbs will absorb the liquor and you could have no signs of a hangover the next morning.

Hydration Station

We’ve all woken up feeling like a crumpled paper bag, all dry and lack luster. The alcohol mixed with the heat and sun, it can really take a toll on our bodies.  So keep up your hydration to prevent yourself from passing out.  Every two drinks, you should have some water.  Keep it balanced.  It won’t take away from your turn up.

Rest Isn’t Best (in this case)

After hours worth of drinking, dancing, and some beach games, you may be a little tired and ready for a nap.  However, that’s the wrong thing to do.  A Nap means the end of the game, you may never see the light of day until tomorrow afternoon.  So resist the urge.  Have a coffee or energy drink instead and keep it pumping.  You’re already drunk so half of the work is done.  Now just stay out and make the night one to remember, or not.

Keep the Tunes Flowing

Music is definitely a requirement in any drinking situation.  You need that beat bumping track that gets you and your friends turnt up and moving all around.  The music is like a superpower catalyst you never knew you had.  So whether it’s the latest track from mainstream or something your boy just put out on soundcloud last week, make sure you have the tunes bumping.  Dancing and staying active can also help you sweat out some of the alcohol you’ve been feeding your body all day.

Make Your Money Make Sense

As fun as these rapper’s make it seem in videos, don’t blow all your cash on drinking and partying.  Remember you do have to go back to being a responsible adult in a few hours; an adult with bills and expenses.  So capitalize on those two for one happy hours, or definitely bring your own drinks to the park or beach.  Don’t be afraid to stop drinking early.  You don’t have to drink the entire day and your body and wallet will probably appreciate you for it.  As long as you are having a good time, you are good.  Enjoy!