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Living 757

Living 757

An innovative magazine TV show combining comedy, live music, videos, interviews, and Hampton Roads events.

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Brad gives Ashley and Quincy a quick quiz to see if they understand the ins and outs of personal injury cases. Watch the full video to see if Ash and Q remembered accurate information about personal injury cases in the state of Virginia!
Patricia sits down with Kara Slumm- the spa’s nurse injector and Master Esthetician! She has been specializing in cosmetic treatments in the 757 for about twenty years at this point.
Hilario’s Heroes is his charity organization and their next big event is taking place on December 23rd. Hilario always grew up with great Christmases thanks to his wonderful momma!
The relaxing treatment helped tighten and brighten Patricia's skin and give her face a beautiful glow.  Next was the injectable filler to make her lovely lips even poutier.
Programs such as Mothers' Day baskets, parent survival kits, and moms' mixers help mothers get some emotional support and even sometimes a little break from all of the efforts that come along with caring for a child fighting cancer.
The holidays are always such a busy time when it comes to traveling! Our friends at the Virginia Department of Motor Vehicles impose and enforce speed limits on our roads in order to help keep us safe while in vehicles.
This year, the food bank has seen a 35% increase over the previous year in the amount of people who requested food assistance. That makes the Mayflower Marathon even more important than normal this year!
The Virginia Department of Motor Vehicles has recently released a series of engaging videos helping demonstrate safety while driving. Jillian Cowherd from the DMV joined Patricia to discuss speeding and why it effects our travel!
On this special segment of Living 757 we have TWO guests- a veteran named Chris Cappa, and a second veteran who also happens to be a military dog named Miki.
On this specific segment, we are welcoming a few friends from the Petersburg League of Urban Growers. Tyrone Cherry is one of their urban farmers, and he helps explain what the FDA considers a “food desert” is.