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Fabulous Fuckery is your sophistiratchet destination for discussions with creatives and entrepreneurs on reinvention, following your passions, self-care, relationships, and pop culture with our listener friends. Join your host Baroness Brée as we to gather the tools to stay fabulous in spite of life’s fuckery.
19 Episodes
Racism Fuckery

Racism Fuckery


Thoughts on racism in the middle of a pandemic.Support the show (
I hope you enjoy this discussion with Vivian Wynter on beauty from the inside out.  Vivan shares her expert tips on beauty, momlife and selfcare.Follow her @VivianWynterhttps://www.VivianWynter.comSupport the show (
Stephanie Harter is an award-winning entrepreneur, author of the book The Skinny On Eating Like You Give a Damn, and is the co-instructor currently serving over 1,100 students internationally in the Vegan Nutrition Health Coach Certification course. As a former health coach with the winning strategy to achieve 5-figure months fast, Stephanie now helps plant-based coaches achieve a big income and impact in their business without sacrificing their freedom. She is a speaker and the host of the popular Eating Like You Give a Damn podcast where she interviews experts, innovators, and celebrities about the global movement towards a plant-based future. You’ll likely find her actively involved in a personal growth event, helping out at a farm animal sanctuary, or kickboxing at her local gym in St. Petersburg, FL. Find Stephanie www.eatinglikeyougiveadamn.com - Let's get your podcast launched! Start for FREEDisclaimer: This post contains affiliate links. If you make a purchase, I may receive a commission at no extra cost to you.Support the show (
Adrienne, a DMV native is an entrepreneur, scientist, wife, mother and lover of all things fashion. From a young age, she knew that she wanted to be apart of a mission to help others. This is what ultimately lead her to a career in healthcare.In pursuing her passion for helping others and combining her love for fashion, she founded Chic Essentials Boutique in April 2019.Adrienne found it important to sit down with real women, with real bodies, and ask their thoughts on what was missing from the fashion industry and other Boutiques. The number one answer was inclusivity.Chic Essentials Boutique was birthed from her dreams of owning a fashion boutique coupled with a need that she felt and heard was missing in the Boutique industry. Chic Essentials Boutique provides inclusive and timeless fashion for women in their most memorable moments.In her spare time you can you can find Adrienne spending time with her husband and three children, branching with girlfriends, or drinking red wine.Find Adrienne online at and shop her clothing line at the show (
This episode was recorded live at the Brilliant Baltimore Festival on 11/3/2019.  Please forgive the sound quality as the recording conditions were not ideal. Edited by my son. Enjoy the raw conversation about cosplay, business, and family life. This episode features Demetrius Holt of Hellspawned Cosplay.Hellspawned Cosplay has been active in the community since 2017 and he’s portrayed a number of characters that were personal to him. From Kratos to Sub-Zero to He-Man…. he’s never really embodied characters that were of the “bandwagon” sort. Only those he has a deep passion for. He’s best known as the “Afro He-Man”.Hellspawned has been to the most recent San Diego Comic Con as press, and interviewed actors, actresses and composers on behalf of JVS YouTube channel. He’s a brand ambassador for Black Heroes Matter clothing and Figure This in 3D while also being represented by Invictus Modeling, LLC.Meanwhile, he’s trying his hand at acting these days to see if it’s a viable option for him financially since he recently became a father to gorgeous and strong little boy named Kaua’i. There’s a short film that Hellspawned has been working on based in Baltimore that is being submitted for consideration at Sundance and other film festivals and he’s become a member of the “Lost Cos” TV show that is a scripted narrative centered around cosplay filmed in Manhattan.Featured in 4 cosplay magazines in 2019….two of which he made the cover for….the February issue of Cosplazine and the November issue of Cosplay Alliance Magazine. Hellspawned Cosplay has been learning the various paths of the craft but it’s been slow going. Sewing, foam-smithing…all of it is something that he’s interested in becoming proficient in.His cosplay mission beyond having an outlet for creativity is to push for the proliferation of minorities within mainstream media. He’s been making some pretty sizable strides in that arena seeing as how his He-Man cosplay went viral enough for the writers of the DC Comics mini-series “He-Man and the Masters of the Multiverse” are considering using his image within the final issue due out in April 2020 and to be THE featured He-Man cosplayer at this year’s Power-Con… the He-Man and She-Ra convention held in Anaheim, California. - Groceries delivered in as little as 1 hour. Free delivery on your first order over $35.Disclaimer: This post contains affiliate links. If you make a purchase, I may receive a commission at no extra cost to you.Support the show (
This episode features Anna Fitzgerald, Queen Bee, Chief Creative Pollinator of the Heartbeat Hive.  Anna Fitzgerald, The Muse Writers Center's Program Associate, holds a degree in Art Education and has taught art K-12 in multiple settings, including at an international school in Costa Rica. Her philosophy of teaching includes multiple intelligences and holistic approach to the student as a learner and member of the education ecosystem. She founded a music program at age 19 with two of her best friends in Tennessee that eventually became an arts & music nonprofit. It’s called Youth Empowerment through Arts & Humanities, YEAH, and is headquartered in Nashville, TN. This TN nonprofit serves youth ages 10-17 through summer camps both all girl, co-ed, and transgender inclusive. Instructors are community artists, musicians, and arts supporters. YEAH! is now 16 yrs old and funded by the TN arts Commission and companies such as Guitar Center, Fender, and Gibson. She holds a masters in Radio/TV/Film from the University of Texas at Austin, TX in Radio/TV Film. Her published research includes the history of concert posters and music subcultures. She has presented at the National Art Education Association conference, to many organizations, and enjoys contributing to her community wherever she may be as a volunteer and positive leader. Her professional experience includes 16 yrs of volunteer & nonprofit management, music publishing, vinyl production, and administrative support. She is originally from NC, plays the cello, and loves being in nature.This episode was edited by son, thank you for your patience while we learn the editing process. Instacart - Groceries delivered in as little as 1 hour. Free delivery on your first order over $35.Disclaimer: This post contains affiliate links. If you make a purchase, I may receive a commission at no extra cost to you.Support the show (
On this episode, we discuss art, creativity, and body positivity with Dafna Steinberg.  Dafna's Bio:Dafna Steinberg is a native of Washington, DC. A graduate of Hampshire College, the International Center of Photography, and Goldsmiths, University of London, she has exhibited in and curated challenging thematic shows in America and abroad. From 2010 till 2012, she was a member of the art collective Sparkplug, supported by the District of Columbia Arts Center. In 2012, Ms. Steinberg was commissioned by the Woolly Mammoth Theater to create three pieces for the debut of the comedy/drama Mr. Burns: A Post-Electric Play. Ms. Steinberg has been an artist in residence at Vermont Studio Center (Johnson, VT), Sou’wester (Seaview, WA) and Starry Night Artist Retreat (Truth or Consequences, NM). She has exhibited nationally and internationally, including shows at Ford Gallery (Portland), Arc Gallery and Studios (San Francisco), Flashpoint Gallery (DC), the Katzen Arts Center (DC), Lunchbox Gallery (Miami), SOHO20Gallery (NYC), Woolley Mammoth Theater (DC) and the International Center of Photography School (NYC). She is currently an adjunct faculty member at Northern Virginia Community College.Website: the show (
Season 2 Trailer

Season 2 Trailer


Hello Everyone!!!!  Happy New Year!!! I've missed you! Let's catch up and get ready for all this season has in store for you!!!Support the show (
Elle VanDyne Creatrix + Founder CollabCreate DCElle is a community leader and entrepreneur living in Washington, DC with her partner, 1 kid, and 3 cats.  Currently, her work focuses on launching CollabCreateDC, a new collaborative network for creative entrepreneurs. When she's not connecting people + promoting the DC creative community, she loves sharing DIY home design + holistic lifestyle tips, cooking up delicious healthy-ish food, and tackling the never-ending project list at her brick row home. Find Elle:http://collabcreatedc.com Support the show (
LaQuida Chancey was born in Manhattan and moved to Baltimore as a child, raised in Baltimore County with her parents and 2 younger sisters. LaQuida graduated from Western Tech in Catonsville and after high school attended Spelman College in Atlanta, GA.  She graduated in 2004, with a B.S. in Computer Science and mathematics minor and moved back to Baltimore in 2006 and purchased a home in East Baltimore in 2009. In 2014, she begin investing in the Baltimore Real Estate Market and Xavier Estates, LLC was formed. As a developer who focuses on affordability and first time home buyers, it didn't seem to be enough to make an impact just focusing on those two things. Her desire was to get into the business of RE to create more black homeowners, and that really wasn't happening as quickly or as easily as planned. Admittedly, she is obsessed with tiny homes and designed a few with affordable housing in mind because by definition they can be an affordable housing solution. Throughout the years, she has always volunteered with organizations that focused on homelessness advocacy like United Way, #HashtagLunchBag Baltimore ,Save our Village Baltimore, and participated in a multitude of local events.  That exposure has allowed for countless conversations and brainstorming sessions over the years. Taking those conversations and ideas one step further, Smalltimore Homes was founded in February 2018 and by April it had received 501(c)(3) status.  After witnessing many of the tent encampments around Baltimore were being cut off from public access and realizing that whole communities were being dismantled was really the key factor in forming the nonprofit. Ending the tent encampments doesn’t solve homelessness, it satisfies the public perception. LaQuida has been working with the homeless population for many years now, but until recently, shel believes there is an actual war on homelessness. In a city like Baltimore where red-lining was created, it’s shocking that 4 of 5 homeless people in Baltimore are black. After researching a number of tiny home communities on the west coast like - Opportunity Village, Emerald Village and Cottage Village, it was obvious that she could do more here using those models because they are thriving and sustaining communities in some cases for over 10 years. Chancey believes that hard part is done and we just need to tweak the blueprint to fit Baltimore. The idea is that Smalltimore Homes’ tiny home & micro shelter communities could address Baltimore blight and vacancies by deconstructing/disassembling those properties first, dispose of debris, anything hazardous, and keep what is salvageable and safe to rebuild. There are thousands and thousands of properties to choose from, and several deconstruction companies in Baltimore like ARC and Details Deconstruct. She believes it has the potential to be a very successful model for transitional tiny home communities with the potential to grow into an entire eco-system that creates a stronger Baltimore. Find LaQuida Chancey -  IG: @SmalltimoreHomesdotorg Website: smalltimorehomes.orgSupport the show (
This episodes guest is Monica Livingston Head Dog of 36 Nation Monica is a retired DC Diva Running Back, who promotes positive living through her speaking engagements with Positive Coaching Alliance. Check her out and listen her new podcast in May 2019!!! Twitter/Instagram: @Livingston3636Website: www.36nation.comFor more information:Web: baronessbree.comTwitter/IG/Pinterest: @Fabfuckery or @baronessbreeWatch our YouTube Channel: at 202Creates Studio in Washington, DCSupport the show (
Hilda Labrada Gore is a certified health coach and fitness professional. She is the host and producer of the Wise Traditions podcast, on behalf of the Weston A. Price Foundation. She is a podcasting consultant and the author of “Podcasting Made Simple.” She is also the DC Metro Regional Director for Body & Soul Fitness. She and her husband live in DC with their children and cat and dog. Hilda has energy to spare thanks to her ancestral health practices and her love for liverwurst.Find Hilda:Web: holistichilda.comIG: @holistichildaFor the more information:Web: baronessbree.comTwitter/IG/Pinterest: @Fabfuckery or @baronessbreeRecorded at 202Creates Studio in Washington, DC Support the show (
Hilton George CEO/Con Chair for BlerDConFounder and convention chairman for Blerdcon, the black nerd convention held in Arlington Va each summer to celebrate blerd culture, diversity and inclusion in cosplay, comics, anime, scifi and gaming.For More Information on today's conversation please  Twitter/IG/Facebook: @BlerdconFind Fabulous Fuckery podcast wherever you listen to podcasts.  www.fabulousfuckery.comwww.baronessbree.com @fabfuckery or @baronessbreeRecorded at 202creates Studio in Washington, DCSupport the show (
Today we talk business, and nerd life with Tim Craggette. Tim is a serial entreprenuer and a fan of all things nerdy!!! Welcome to our land of fabulous fuckery!!Title: Host/Producer/EngineerCompany Name: SWOT CoachingTimothy D. Craggette is a serial entrepreneur with over 10+ years as an educator and coach for small business entrepreneurship and marketing.  He has trained budding business owners within the Washington, DC Metro Area as well as globally through his online coaching and “The Swift Kick Show”, on WERA 96.7 FM..DC’s #1 Online Small Business radio show. As a member of the National Business Educators Association, he has spoken at the University of Maryland, the National Institutes of Health, the Food and Drug Administration, and on stages nationally on the topics of business and health. As a member of the entrepreneurship advisory board for The Yleana Leadership Academy, he serves as an advisor for entrepreneurship curriculum and a mentor to teenagers in underserved communities. Timothy is also a 6x award-winning and best-selling product creator and executive producer/engineer with over nine figures in sales. Find Him at @Tdcraggette @IlovenerdlifeTwitter:  SwiftKickShow Support the show (
I'm Back Guys!!!!   This mini episode covers the reasons for my short hiatus, and a few tips to get back to get back on top.  I missed you guys!!!Stay in touch!!! or IG/FB/Twitter @baronessbreeSupport the show (
David Wardrick is a DC based award winning digital storyteller.  His creative mediums are videography, photography & live events.   2015 NASA Videographer of the Year - Production 2011, 2013 Bronze Telly Award 2012 American College of Cardiology Pepper Bridgeman Spirit Award2016 Best Shorts, March 2016 Award of RecognitionFind David Here: Web: the show (
Episode 3:  Wellness Fuckery with Camille Reed & EZ StreetToday's Guests:Camille Reed, Owner of Noire Salon, and Award winning BodybuilderWinner of the NPC Baltimore Classic Championship -1st Place Grandmasters 40Winner of the NPC Baltimore Classic Championship - 2nd Place Open BikiniEZStreet, Radio and TV Host, and CEO of CYA Multimedia find him at Camille and Ez visit to discuss bodybuilding, business ownership, self-care, and randomness.Recorded at 202Creates in Washington, DC.Support the show (
Soloprenuer Fuckery with Adrian McClanahanAdrian McClanahan owner and mamaprenuer of and one half of the driving force behind SantaCause DMV visits to discuss upcoming projects, tech life, Mom life and Game of ThronesYou can find Adrian on:website instagram discussed‎Support the show (
Bassey Ikpi, Daughter, Sister, Mother, Def Poetry Jam Poet, Mental Health Advocate, Founder of the Siwe Project and Author of the 2019 Release, I'm Telling the Truth, But I'm Lying (Harper Collins), stopped by to discuss her newest project, self care, boundaries, and Broadway Musicals.Apps Discussed: Sanity and SelfCalmBreatheFreedom AppMomentsEternal SunshineAffirmations AssistantBrain SparkerSupport the show (
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