Not Your Boyfriends Radio Hour Mar 6th: Bloggers, Jennifer Hurvitz Weintraub, The Truth Hurvitz & Chloe Massey, A Queen City Girl

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Monday, March 6th at 7:00pm on my Not Your Boyfriends Radio Hour show airing LIVE on Charlotte Community Radio, I am talking to two women who have one of the most coveted jobs in the marketplace today, blogging. I think most people secretly believe they have what it takes to start or blog or wish they had a  blog. There are a select few that follow through and even fewer that find success. These two Charlotteans have vastly different audiences, background, and content but both have found that magical formula that keeps people interested in their posts.

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Chloe Massey aka A Queen City Girl balances her burgeoning career as an accountant, keeping up with her blog posts, and staying up with all the latest fashion and beauty trends. Her Instagram following boasts over 7 thousand. Chloe is a Mooresville native with a passion for fashion, numbers, and her new puppy, Jax.

Jennifer Hurvitz Weintraub, aka The Truth Hurvitz, is a Detroit native with a sharp tongue and a unique point of view. Jen moved down to Charlotte with her now (ex) husband. Jen was inspired to start a blog when she found herself in unfamiliar territory, single, and without her support system. Her blogs touch on a myriad of topics from entering the dating world again, co-parenting, and balancing a flourishing writing career.

NYBRadioHour Show ImageNot Your Boyfriend’s Radio Hour, hosted by Amelia Coughlin, airs every other Monday from 7:00pm to 8:00pm via, or where you can chat with our hosts.

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Not Your Boyfriend’s Radio Hour Feb 20th: Donna Scott, Founder/Executive Producer of Donna Scott Productions

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Tania Kelly was the second guest I ever had on the show and she is very involved in the Charlotte theater scene. After her appearance, she suggested that I have Donna Scott on the show. I am excited that almost a year later, we are making that happen. Also, if you didn’t catch Tania Kelly’s debut episode listen here.

Donna Scott has been a driving force in the Charlotte theater scene for over 15 years. She founded her production company, Donna Scott Productions, in 2005. Donna has produced several award-winning plays such as The Fairy Tale Chronicles and The Body Chronicles. Donna executive produced her first film project, Aphasia, which premiered worldwide including New York City and Los Angeles. In 2016, Donna Scott Productions was named the official theater of The Charlotte Art League and the organizations’ won Creative Loafing’s 2016 Collaboration of the Year Award.

Her most recent endeavor is a play by William Missouri Downs, Women Playing Hamlet. It is being being produced by Donna Scott Productions as a joint project with Chickspeare and will be up at the Charlotte Art League March 9th-25th. The play is an all female cast with a fun twist and follows the lead Jessica after she lands the role of Hamlet. Listen to Not Your Boyfriend’s Radio Hour Monday at 7:00pm on Charlotte Community Radio to hear about what makes Donna tick and the upcoming show, Women Playing Hamlet.

NYBRadioHour Show ImageNot Your Boyfriend’s Radio Hour, hosted by Amelia Coughlin, airs every other Monday from 7:00pm to 8:00pm via, or where you can chat with our hosts.

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Not Your Boyfriend’s Radio Hour Feb 6th: Laurie Carson Berzack, Carolinas Matchmaker

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We just passed the second biggest “Single Awareness Day” of the year New Year’s Eve and now the #1, Valentine’s Day, is right around the corner. So I have decided to bring in the big guns, Laurie Carson Berzack, owner and president of Carolinas Matchmaker and Executive Jewish Matchmaker at Chai Expectations. She was recently voted one of the top 5  matchmakers in the world by the iDate Awards.

Laurie started her matchmaking service in 2006 when she saw a need for it in Charlotte and wanted to make her life’s passion her work. Laurie’s track record is astounding, 4 out of 5 of her matches find commitment within the first year

Matchmaking has had a very colorful history and continues to be a source of fascination for me. Beginning in the 16th century with arranged marriages and dowries, to spiritual leader doing set-ups, and now we have dating apps and websites.

I am hoping Laurie can help us make sense of it all and talk about the alternatives to online dating. She brings years of expertise, passion, and research to the table and along with being a matchmaker, she is a relationship expert. So if you find yourself single at the moment or not, join me during my Not Your Boyfriend’s Radio Hour show on Monday, February 6th at 7:00pm LIVE via Charlotte Community Radio as I believe my talk with Laurie will be valuable to you.

NYBRadioHour Show ImageNot Your Boyfriend’s Radio Hour, hosted by Amelia Coughlin, airs every other Monday from 7:00pm to 8:00pm via, or where you can chat with our hosts.

Amelia Coughlin ~ NYBRadioHour

Queen City Comedy Festival Jan 27th: Funny Ladies of Charlotte

Facebook Image for That's What She SaidCharlotte Community Radio is a proud supporter of the very first Queen City Comedy Festival, hosted by Queen City Comedy and Acting Out Studio, scheduled for this weekend, January 27th through the 29th.

On Friday, January 27th at 10pm, I will be the Master of “Comedic” Ceremonies during the Funny Ladies of Charlotte. The two acts partaking in this specific show include That’s What She Said, a “longform show that allows you to see the world through our wacky eyes” and The Queen City All Stars of Comedy, “the best players from each of the top teams in Charlotte… featuring a Dream Team of the funniest women in the Queen City with members from Charlotte Comedy Theater, Improv Charlotte, Now Are the Foxes, Robot Johnson, Mom’s Adhesive, and more!” These two improv groups are the cream of the crop in Charlotte. 

This truly is a full circle moment for me. Over a year ago, I shared my radio dreams with a fellow classmate of Charlotte Comedy Theatre who introduced me to Bridget B. Sullivan,  the founder of Charlotte Community Radio and here we are a year later!

I am honored to be emceeing this event and excited to take a peek back into the world of Charlotte’s comedy scene.

“Laughter is needed now more than ever, and this festival is intended to shine a spotlight on the fantastic comedy talent apparent in the Charlotte comedy community.”, says festival co-founder Cale Evans. According to festival co-founder Elizabeth Byland, “Some of the best improvisors and comedians in the country are right here in Charlotte. This festival provides a showcase for them, and a chance for the rest of us to just laugh for a weekend.” Queen City Comedy Festival

Funny Ladies of Charlotte starts at 10pm at Acting Out Studio, 8145 Ardrey Kell Road, Charlotte, North Carolina 28277.