Denise Johnson, creator of All Dolled Up-The Series YouTube show
In The Doll World™, doll podcast and YouTube channel
In The Doll World has a wonderful conversation with Denise Johnson, the creator of the YouTube show All Dolled Up-The Series. Listen here at www.inthedollworld.com/podcasts Denise talks about how her daughters and COVID inspired her to create a show that is designed to be entertaining as well as educational. Although she wanted to create something fun for them to do as well as for people to watch, she also knew it was very important to encourage creativity, bring about confidence, as well lessons that help them be cognizant of the consequences of their actions. We also discuss the many skills her daughters are learning along the way when as far as creating a show, from production to team building to editing. I joked with her that maybe I need to call them to help me with my editing. 😊 All Dolled Up-The Series recently celebrated its 100th episode. Denise does suggest watching the series from the beginning to see the growth and progress of the show and how far the girls have come. Visit All Dolled Up-The Series at https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCArHqKtduNU3-BulNNrxWww or follow them on Instagram @alldolleduptheseries#inthedollworld #ITDW # inthedollworldpodcast #georgettetaylorITDW #alldolleduptheseries #denisejohnson #itdwpodcast To subscribe to In The Doll World visit www.inthedollworld.com or follow us on Instagram @inthedollworld
TalkErie.com - The Joel Natalie Show - Erie Pennsylvania Daily Podcast
On our Wednesday health focus, we went to the top of public health in the Commonwealth and in Erie County. First, Joel interviewed Pennsylvania's Physician General Dr. Denise Johnson, on the latest regarding the Omicron variant and treatment options for COVID-19. Then our guest was Charlotte Berringer, Director of Community Health Services at Erie County Department of Health. Char helped us with the current situation on the ground here in Erie, including new County testing initiatives.
On July 13, 1997, the Kill Devil Hills Fire Department was dispatched to the 2000 block of Norfolk Street. But what they discovered within the fire was the most disturbing: the body of 33 year old Denise Johnson. Deceased. Throat cut from ear to ear. 24 years later, her murder is STILL unsolved. Last year, Captain JC Towler officially re opened the case and there are moves being made behind the scenes. Let us know your theory on Denise's murder on our social media! Source Material: https://www.oxygen.com/crime-news/denise-johnson-case-new-leads-after-counterclock-podcasthttps://www.thecoastlandtimes.com/2021/07/13/after-24-years-murder-of-denise-johnson-remains-unsolved/Video Link: https://darecommunitycrimeline.org/obx-crimes/cold-cases/https://www.thecoastlandtimes.com/2019/07/13/twenty-two-years-later-denise-johnsons-murder-still-unsolved/https://www.websleuths.com/forums/threads/nc-denise-johnson-33-stabbed-house-set-on-fire-outer-banks-kill-devil-hills-13-july-1997.459279/https://www.charlotteobserver.com/latest-news/article219043705.htmlhttps://www.outerbanksvoice.com/2012/07/30/police-seek-clues-mystery-woman-in-1997-murder/CounterClock Podcast Season 1
Pennsylvania’s new Physician General Dr. Denise Johnson, MD
The number of new positive coronavirus cases in Pennsylvania is slowing down, but so are the number of Pennsylvanians getting vaccinated against the virus. The state Department of Health reported 1700 new cases Tuesday and say 5.5 million people have received their first vaccine shot and 4.2 million are totally vaccinated. The number of vaccinations … Continue reading "Pennsylvania’s new Physician General Dr. Denise Johnson, MD"
DR. DENISE JOHNSON PA PHYSICIAN GENERAL FULL INTERVIEW
WILK's Nancy Kman and Jason Barsky ask Pa. Physician General Dr. Denise Johnson listener's questions regarding the COVID-19 vaccine. Dr. Johnson talks about the importance of vaccinating teens 12-15, along with common vaccine hesitancy issues like whether a person who had COVID needs a vaccine, if the vaccine is safe, what side effects can be expected and if the shot can affect your fertility. (Dr. Johnson photo from Gov. Tom Wolf's office)