• 00:59

    P3 Q&A episode 84

    in Fitness

    Tonight we went into anatomical depth on the shoulder mechanics of the rotator cuff and how to work with shoulder issues.  We also discussed different training programs and how they compare in terms of levels.  Plus we had a discussion on physical therapy and how it relates to Pilates.  Last, how to help people that can't get up and down off the floor easily - work them up higher and avoid it OR teach them how to do it?  

  • 00:31

    YTC Radio & Minimalist Kigo Shoes

    in Lifestyle

    Carolyn Bendall, Fashion Critic and blogger (www.carolynbendall.com), discusses subjects, trends, or products within the beauty and fashion industry, focusing on Your True Colours, and how it applies to you, the individual.  

    Kigo is eco minimalist footwear for an active lifestyle and everyday casual comfort. Driven by husband-and-wife team Marco Serrano and Kristin Parker Serrano, kigo   creates ultra-lightweight and flexible footwear, featuring an anatomical shape, wide toe box and thin, zero-drop, slip-free outsole. Our shoes are designed to ensure that feet and toes are protected without being constricted. Kigo aims to reduce your ecological footprint by adhering to a cradle-to-cradle production philosophy, beginning with components that are vegan, recycled, recyclable and upcyclable. To close the lifecycle of our shoes, well-loved and well-worn kigos can be sent to reclaim partners Soles4Souls and PLUS Compound Technologies, ensuring that nothing we do – and nothing you buy – need go to waste. The kigo team is passionate about creating footwear that is good for the feet and for the Earth. Our goal is to continuously innovate and improve our product and programs by partnering with companies and customers who share our vision for living an active lifestyle and leaving a light footprint.

  • 00:32

    Design Elements in Antique Collectibles and Decorative Fine Arts

    in Design

    Hello Family & Welcome Back This Week!


    We've have got such an exciting segment for you tonight as we explore some great elements in Antique Collectibles and Decorative Fine Arts! I'm so excited because this is a favorite subject of mine as antique bronze sculptures are very captivating for me. I love all of the intricate detailing and fabulous finishes with antique bronzing. Join us tonight as we go over various aspects of Fine ARts with Australian, Art Nouveau, Art Deco Bronzes.. and many more...


    See Ya There!


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  • 01:59

    Old Men Stories 11-03-2014

    in Fun

    Episode 149: Monday, November 3rd at 5:00PM ET.

    Today's Topic: Sculptors and Sculpturing

    Your Hosts: Roland Willits and Jeff Young

    On this show you'll hear some FUN stories from a couple of master storytellers who will teach you how to bring out that master storyteller within you that waits to be unleashed. All of us have a story to tell, and we all are Master Storytellers at heart.

    In the second hour you'll hear from old-time country music artists with new songs and wonderful music to share on Old Men Stories "Opry!"

    Listen live and join the chat at:  http://oldmenstories.wq4dradio.com

    Visit "Old Men Stories online at:  http://oldmenstories.org and http://oldmenstories.com

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  • 01:31


    in Lifestyle

    Ideas of honour, dignity, common good have been part of human structures from the stone age.  Does the antedeluvian in you think it reasonable that mankind came to exist with awareness of self  or might we think  that consciousness has been an anatomical adaptation?

    We can't say definitively of course when 'freemasonry' came into existence.  We know ideas of the Rennaisance and Age of Enlightenment were out there before the reform in Britain and Europe. It tells us the ideas of freemasonry existed with or without a Grand Lodge, within a philosophical context. An antient might marvel at the extrivia that has accumulated along the way; the constitutions, warrants, definedauthority, standards and even a dress code that needed to be said. As sparse as they often are, a contempoary Lodge room would seem cluttered to a man who attended a make-do tavern room but not one who met in a gentlemens residence.  Standards and expectations were inevitable and became the source of many of today's practices.

    This should tell us that freemasonry is a process of aspiring for insight. There is an expectation we apply philosophy and science to benefit mankind. This story line makes 'today' a snapshot in a time line; one without beginning or end- that streaks through life accumulating knowledge to assimilate and pass forward to the apprentice.  Even now, mentors are amongst us connecting, cajoling and critiqueing.

    When a foundation shifts, it does not mean the entire structure should be scrapped. It sets our artificers to fix the problem. Until that moment, they lie in wait as the ultimate insurance against failure.  How to rebalance the Gentle Craft against the consequence of bureacracy is a question worthy of our best minds. Sit with me while we talk this over.


  • 00:52

    Randy Cooper, Famous Shadow Sculptor and Caregiver to His Mother

    in Caregiving

    Randy Cooper has had many jobs and careers, ranging from lumberjack in the woods of the Pacific Northwest to serving as a special education teacher, from an operator at a Westinghouse plant to a developer and teacher of the Total Quality Management program at two of their facilities. As an artist, he credits his attention to detail to this latter experience at Westinghouse. Randy's mother was a master carver of birds and gunstocks, and one of his sisters is an accomplished painter, sculptor, and author. It wasn’t until Randy was nearly 50 that he discovered his own penchant for art. His first experience with art education was taking a 6-week course with sculptor Wren Prather-Stroud. He also attended a week-long course with Tuck Langland at the Scottsdale Artists' School. After working successfully in clays, artificial stone, and bronzes, Randy discovered wire mesh, which soon became his medium. He began creating intriguing and magical sculptures in wire mesh and has developed all of the techniques that he uses in making his “Shadow Sculptures” on his own. These are forms created in wire screen that cast lovely shadows on the wall when lit with a light source. Indeed, sometimes the shadows seem to show more detail than the original sculpture and instill a feeling of magic into the creation. These “Shadow Sculptures” have been sweeping the United States and the world for the past few years, highlighting many private collections throughout the world, and Randy Cooper has become a major force among America's contemporary artists. Randy works as a full-time sculptor and lives in New Mexico with his wife, Susan, a former environmental engineer who is now a writer and an artist who has worked primarily in pastels, oils, and acrylics. Join Dave Nassaney, The Caregiver's Caregiver, author, speaker, life coach, and radio talk-show host for caregivers.  DaveNass.com ,  Call (213) 943 3630 to listen.

  • 00:41

    Conversations On Creativity With Susan Block and Sculptor Richard Keibdaj

    in Art

    ArtSees Diner Radio is pleased to bring you week 4, of Conversations On Creativity, with guest host Susan Block. Week 4 brings you Richard Keibdaj. Keibdaj is an exceptionally versatile sculptor. He carves stone and wood and fabricates with cast metals, bronze, steel and other alloys. His varied mediums have been appreciated by an equally diverse audience. Kiebdaj’s clients include Roger Ebert, Hugh Hefner and former Chicago Bear Willie Gault. Keibdaj has been a working artist for 40 years. His public sculptures have been on exhibition in Chicago neighborhoods and in Northwest Indiana including Southern Shore Art Association gallery in Michigan City and the campus of Purdue North Central.  Keibdaj is a multi-talented craftsman. He has worked in bronze, steel, stone, and wood. 

    Susan Block brings with her a vast knowledge of the arts and creativity. She is LaPorte County Poet Laureate Emeritus, playwright, writing workshop leader, art exhibition curator and cultural arts advocate. "Conversations On Creativity" is the brainchild of Block. 

    Series co-producer is Mary E. LaLuna, executive producer/creator of ArtSees Productions and host of “ArtSees Diner,” 

  • 00:28

    Inside Visual Artist: Jeanine Alfieri

    in Art

    Jeanine Alfieri is a graduate of the California College of Arts and holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Textiles. In New York City, she created and sold her Textile designs and began a successful career in silkscreen printing and art for fashion. Alfieri eventually owned her own silkscreen shop and design house. She also started a monthly event called, Girl Power at a club, which featured a new visual artist displayed on the mezzanine of the club and live music on the main floor hosted by Female bands. After taking a class for welding in 2001 at the School of Visual Arts in NYC, Alfieri began incorporating steel into her work. She uses found steel which she then shapes and welds herself. These works emulate the power and beauty of the female form. The fabric, oil paint and metal depict a flow of energy, movement and color. Alfieri's work has been in alternative spaces as well as galleries across Manhattan and New Jersey. She designs, bakes and decorates a line of one of a kind cupcakes. These edible sculptures were featured in all the high end gourmet shops in Manhattan, including Dean and Deluca and Gourmet Garage. In 2007, Alfieri opened The Fountainhead Gallery. Her work has been featured in countless solo and group exhibitions. She holds numerous awards in sculpture, is a member of The National Association of Women Artists, The International Sculpture Center, the Provincetown Art Association and has recently become a member of the Bronx Council On the Arts.

    For more information: http://www.jeaninealfieri.com

  • 00:31

    An Artist Speaks Season 3 Episode 13 with guest Nina Winters

    in Art

    Listen to host Michael Harris as he interviews artist and sculptor Nina Winters.  Nina was born and raised in New York City and studied art at the College of Fine Art and Architecture at Cornell University, Parsons School of Design, The School of Visual Arts and Hunter Graduate School.  She has traveled extensively in Europe, Africa and South America. Her sculptures mirror her broad world-view of the cultural and environmental aspects of life.   Early in her life she developed a strong interest in painting, sculpture and architecture and began her career as an artist in the field of paint and color, before focusing on three-dimensional art after having a vision of monumental sculpture enduring through time as positive communications to society. 

    To read the CAGO Newsletter, visit www.ContemporaryArtGalleryOnline.com and click on the CAGO Media tab. On this page you will find our radio shows, videos and newsletters.

    Contemporary Art Gallery Online continues each month with their monthly art competitions and exhibitions.  Go to www.ContemporaryArtGalleryOnline.com, and Click on the Art Competition tab for details. 

  • 00:35

    The heART and Soul of Transformation: Interview with Vijali Hamilton

    in Art

    Today on the Art 4 All People airwaves Ceylan and Lisa will be chatting with artist and friend Vijali Hamilton. We will be talking to Vijali about her Art and her experience at Art 4 All People's latest Arts and Healing exhibtion, MUSE: The Art of Transformation and Healing. Which is at Commonweal in Bolinas, CA.  We invitied Vijali to the opening of MUSE to evocate, show her artwork, and to screen her latest full length movie. Listen in and be inspired!


    Vijali Hamilton, a visionary sculptor, poet, musician, performance artist, and author is the originator of the World Wheel, Global Peace Through the Arts. This global peace project combines sculptures in living rock to establish sacred sites, community ritual-based theater and Wisdom Centers to address local problems, aspirations and to preserve the indigenous cultures.

    Her work includes education, art, spirituality, peace activism, and focuses attention on the awareness of environmental, spiritual, and social problems. The World Wheel is an artistic forum for global awareness. It activates awareness of our interconnection with all life.

    Previously Vijali spent ten years as a monastic member of the Vedanta convent. She received a Master’s Degree in Fine Arts from Goddard University and is a fellow of the World Academy of Arts and Science. More than 1,000 pieces of her art works are in private and public collections. Vijali lectures extensively and has given retreats for many years in the creative process of moving from the introspection of meditation and journal writing into art forms.

    Video of The World Wheel Project Website: World Wheel Global Peace Through the Arts

  • 00:17

    A Visit To The American Rose Center - Spirit Of America Tour

    in Gardening

    Join Lisa Smith and Nancy Reid of Big Blend Radio on the Spirit of America Tour as they explore the American Rose Center, Shreveport Louisiana. Headquarters of the American Rose Society, Lisa & Nancy chat with Amanda Figlio about the gardens, the history of the American Rose Society and about roses in general. 

    The spectacular Gardens of the American Rose Center are located on a 118-acre wooded tract near Shreveport, Louisiana. The gardens
    are home to the national headquarters of the American Rose Society. We are the nation’s largest park dedicated to roses. The gardens were dedicated in 1974, when the American Rose Society headquarters moved to Shreveport, Louisiana from Columbus, Ohio. Today, the American Rose Center features more than 65 individual rose gardens and 20,000 rosebushes, with a variety of companion plants, sculptures and fountains, including the beautiful Dudley
    Watkins Reflection Pool. www.Rose.org to learn more.


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