On this week’s episode of “Tell Me About It!” host Francine Raften welcomes Tracy Pendergast, owner of Est Ovest Style, a fashion and wardrobe consulting company dedicated to helping clients achieve their own ‘style nirvana,’ the most beautiful and confident version of themselves and Augustina Mourelatos, the Supreme Goddess and marketing manager at Deco Distilling. She is also a political activist, model and actress. This week’s topics include exposing the truth about Photoshopped fashion photo’s and should working mothers be paid less than their childless coworkers? Plus: women in the military, banning toys in fast food kid meals, and does your favorite candy remind you of your childhood? Those topics and so much more on this week’s episode of “Tell Me About It!”
Isabella Blatchford’s life-long quest was to save the rich language of her Alaskan Sugpiaq tribe. The Alutiiq language is on the verge of becoming extinct and Blatchford has created a movement that is not only saving the language, but celebrating the tribe’s little-known culture and heritage as well. Blatchford’s mission was blindsided when she was diagnosed with incurable cancer two years ago. Isabella’s race against time is memorable and inspiring….and the ultimate testimony of the human spirit.
Byron Beck crashes Oddball Shoes to chat with owners Seth and Zac Longaker, purveyors of shoes for men size 14 and up. They are joined by Rosemary Robinson of Portland Garment Factory, who has teamed up with Oddball to create a line of clothing tailored to fit tall bodies. Afterwards, the boys retreat to the secret Oddball break room for some meaty treats with Eli Cairo of Olympic Provisions and an Old Fashioned cocktail courtesy of bartender Adam Robinson of Bent Brick.