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On this episode on MyFixitUpLife, we're talking bathrooms with DIY Network's 'I Hate My Bath' host Jeff Devlin, Master Plumber Ed Del Grande, National Kitchen and Bath Association president John Morgan, interior designer Susan Serra, and Formica's Todd Vezina.
From inner beauty to surface style we’re coming to you from the world of Formica at the Kitchen and Bath Industry Show in New Orleans checking down what’s new, what’s next and the surface style that makes us smile.
President of the National Kitchen and Bath Association John Morgan presides over this meeting of decorators and designers, companies and contractors to inspire the best from counter to kitchen, highlight wall to hot tub.
And from dig-it-out demolition to done-right details, contractor and host of DIY Network’s I Hate My Bath Jeff Devlin sneak peaks us behind the scenes of his show and talks tips and tricks for happy home improvement. And takes time to play us into break.
Then from demo bars to design that works from kitchen to bath and beyond, ace designer Susan Serra talks about what a real designer really does.
And Master Plumber Ed Del Grande joins us to talk what's he been flushing down Kohler's toilets to prove how powerful they can flush. We also talk about their new wall-mount toilet, and more.
Live music performed by Tim Williams.
This episode of MyFixitUpLife airs on Friday, May 24th at 2pm.
On this episode of MyFixitUpLife talk show with Mark and Theresa...
We're sitting around the table to talk kitchen design with HGTV Remodels' Laurie March, Remodeling magazine's Lauren Hunter, HGTV contributor and interior designer Lori Gilder, and Residential Building Products and Technology editor Nigel Maynard.
Broadcasting live from inside the Wellborn Cabinet castle at the Kitchen and Bath Industry Show, style stands off with rough-and-ready renovation realities when HGTV Remodels' Laurie March takes tough design and remodeling challenges head on. From lounging around to the laundry room, Laurie hammers home style.
We talk trends in cabinet color, profile, and finish. And we talk what's new from inside-the-drawer lighting to weighing-in on grey as the 'new white.'
And from HGTV’s Designers’ Challenge and Designing For The Sexes, Lori Gilder gives us golden guidance to get through remodeling, renovating and design dilemmas big and bigger.
Remodeling Magazine expert editor and products pro Lauren Hunter reports on what she’s scoping out on the show floor. The always cool Nigel Maynard, editor of Residential Building Products and Technology, talks tech and top notch products.
From brilliant bathrooms to classic kitchens, super storage to sleek design what works and brings a smile to the soul is well born. Style say hello to substance.
Tune into this episode on Friday, May 10th at 2pm.
1. Gender Neutral Bathrooms in California Schools?
2. State Department and A.G. Holder, want to streamline amnesty on one hand, but deny immigrants who complete the process correctly admission on the other. Why? They are German criminals (well, not criminals, they home school their kids). Holder also made a comment against Home School and civil rights...ya...he is still the A.G. somehow.
3. A.M.M.O. congress is finally asking the questions many of us have for a while (not that MSM would), why does Homeland Security use and buy ammunition than the military.
4. The Philadelphia Abortion Trial and other cases MSM have swept under the Progressive Rug.
5. (Head Line) We discuss amazing acts of heroism from the Boston Marathon Bombings. We talk a little about the memorial service for MIT Police Off. Sean Collier and the beautiful gesture by the Somerville Massachusetts Police Department. The we discuss the citizen heroes, Doctors, NFL stars, Firefighters to a 53 year old Dad. Heroes are what made this country great
6. Rooster from Conservative Outcry joins us to discuss why President George W. Bush is more popular now than ever.
Also tonight, Syria, The Boston Bomber criminal status and more.
We are live from the heart of the party. From the morning light into the darkness, we are racing our way through a day. From the historic pavement that launched bomber missions into Europe, to the lawn party at the Chateu' Elan... It's a place where during a 24 hour party, a race breaks out. You may find your pinnacle (She's blonde and works for Patron.), you may find your place (Nowhere near the bathrooms at Turn 5).. One thing's for sure, for 12 hours straight you will definitely find your race. It's an extra special year, as the last year for ALMS in the USA. The attendance is at max capacity, so we know it's going to be wild. We're giving you an inside look at the cars, the garages, the drivers, the girls, and most importantly the action anywhere it happens. You've got 6 seconds to grab a drink and jump in, it's your stint. Thank you for riding with us, we hope you enjoy the laps.
If you think the World Wide Web has gotten crowded now that everything from tablets to phones are surfing the web, wait until you get a look at some of the next generation technologies. Soon your wristwatch and glasses will be internet-ready. Plus everything from cars to appliances and even bathrooms will be able to access the web. In this episode we will also look at personal robots and aerial drones that are now available to the average citizen. So if you think it'
We're talking plumb perfection--from mastering carpentry to amazing bathrooms--on this episode of MyFixitUpLife. Cradled in comfort, surrounded by super-sweet furniture, faucets, and fixtures hosts Mark and Theresa talk with experts from Danze and Gerber Plumbing at the inside the world’s biggest residential building event: the International Builders’ Show in Las Vegas. We talk kids, DIY, and 'doomsday prepper shelters' with Timothy Dahl from InStyle magazine'
It amazes me how we have let the sacrifices of our ancestors be taken for granted. It wasn’t that long ago that we weren’t allowed to share bathrooms with other races or live in the same communities as they live. So much has been forgotten and I am in further amazement as to how many of our young people have no idea neither who Dr. King was nor what he stood for. They called Dr. King a Dreamer, but because of his dream we have been able to excel as a people of color. So tell me, wh
Kai M. Green is a poet, performer, musician, and filmmaker dedicated to bringing the stories of the oppressed to forefront through their art and scholarship. Kai was born and raised in Oakland, California. Kai completed their B.A. in American Studies with a minor in Africana Studies at Williams College in 2007. Kai's dissertation engages the stories and histories of Black Queer Los Angeles. Kai’s short documentary entitled, "It Gets Messy in Here" explores the intersections
This is part two of my segment with my friend Darryl. We continue talking about his experiences as a first-timer to Italy and how you can make your visit great. We talk about:
Public transportation in Rome, tickets to the Colosseo, don't wait in line at the Colosseo, frozen water bottles after the Forum, the Forum, staying cool, gladiator pics, bathrooms in the Colosseo, free maps, enjoy getting lost, wine shops, having a plan versus not having a plan, the Jewi
LIVE FROM ELM STREET, ITS THE OXFORD CANNIBAL!!!!! TONIGHTS SHOW IS SURE TO GRAB YOUR ATTENTION AND NEVER LET GO! WE HAVE ALL KINDS OF TOPICS TO DISCUSS TONIGHT AS WELL AS A TON OF EXCELLENT CALLERS WITH INPUT TO GIVE US. BE SURE AND TUNE IN FOR OUR SPORTS SEGMENT WITH THE OXFORD CANNIBAL'S RESIDENT SPORTS EXPERT, RYNE HANCOCK. TOPICS 1) The Origins of Hopscotch: From the Witch Doctor's Hut to the Elementary School Playground 2) Where the Red Fern Grows: A simple st
This show will be about why potato salad and deviled eggs are so highly scrutinized at cookouts. Why some people will not use public bathrooms. Why some people don't tongue kiss. Why some people won't accept food or anything from strangers. Why some people use their own silverware at resturants. While many people will scrutinize almost anything foreign to them but will engage in unprotected sex almost thoughtlessly.