Are you ready for the Bouge? Most cant handle it, most dont even want to. “HOUSE OF BOUG” IS A SERIES WERE MS. ARAUJO AND HER CO-HOST TRAVEL TO DIFFERENT SOUTHERN RESTAURANTS.
To understand what the House of Boug brings to you and our viewers, you must understand what we derived “Boug” from (And you may know already!). “Boug” is derived from the word “Bougie”, Bougie is defined as adj. Anything that is perceived as “upscale” from a blue-collar point of view. ‘Bougie’ (pronounced boo’-she) is a hacked truncation of the word Bourgeoisie, which refers to the middle-class in Europe, but refers to a more affluent class level in the United States.
“House of Boug’” is a 7 part series were Ms. Araujo and her co-host travel to different eclectic and unique southern restaurants. Each episode will take place at a different eatery where they serve the local fare. Some of these dishes being something most of the public has never seen before, offering a www.sildenafilpharma.com/ exciting and unique flavor! And Yvette is trying them all! Will this bougiesocialite hold up to the challenge?!?!
Detroit’s hottest new talk show was entitled “Sister Blvd!” The show premiered on PAX31 Network, CW, and WB. Sundays, November 2, 2003 in the time slot of 1:30 to 2:30 pm. Lead by Executive producer: Yvette Araujo. “Sister Blvd” is a television talk format staged before a live studio audience of approximately 115 attendees. We appeal to all contemporary women from the college freshman to those in their sensational sixties!! The show was a fast-paced, interactive hour between it’s female co-hosts, guests, and the audience with roundtable discussions on contemporary issues such as: Health: Your Life and Well-Being; Sisters on the Go: Travel Excursions; Real-Estate: Hot Properties….Find the Right Home to Suit Your Lifestyle; Entertainment: The Who’s Who of Hollywood; Styleworks: Staying Up to Date on the Latest Trends and Fashions; and Finance: How to Make Your Money Work for You!
“Sister Blvd’s” co-hosts represented a thirty year age range as well as diverse cultures and occupations. The common denominator is intelligent, provocative women who are grounded in all phases of life’s timeline – past, present, and future. The journey of the show mimics that of the city of Detroit by exploring the rich, unique history of the region, celebrating this moment in time while progressing to a new exciting future. “Sister Blvd” boasts local flavor with national appeal! “Sister Blvd” was dedicated to the well-being of the community and was extremely proud to support adopted charity Focus Hope. To endorse their humanitarian efforts, “Sister Blvd” will host a premier charity gala Saturday, information April 24, 2004.