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We're highlighting a few new businesses we recently discovered and love. Many of us are entrepreneurs and we want to know how these businesses got their start and why customers love them. Maybe you can find some inspiration and tips for your own business.
Sseko Designs: We met the founder of Sseko, Ben, at an INC conference and he’s doing amazing things. He has a brilliant shoe which allows people to simply switch the ribbons out for a new color and look. We talked to Ben about making a Marine Corps Ribbon and providing a portion of the proceeds to the Semper Fi Fund and he agreed! We can’t wait to show you the finished product.
Molly’s Suds: We were given a package of all natural laundry detergent and Abbey is going to offer her opinions on the product. We’re also going to ask Monica Leonard, the founder of Molly's Suds, how she followed her dreams of starting a business which is good for the environment and also her family.
Commissary Closures: This week starts the beginning of the commissary closures on Monday. If your Commissary is normally closed on Monday, then they will now be closed Monday and Tuesday.
Anna DeShawn & the QCrew (Queer Crew) bring authentically-edgy conversation on current topics affecting queer people of color around the country. They bring dynamic guests, engaging conversation, and the hottest independent music. You can tune-in every Thursday at 9p.m. CT/ 7pm PT/ 10pm ET.
This week's episode of "The Rod Stevie Show" will tackle the ever changing landscape of the public school system. The Brown vs. Board of Education ruling has increasing been removed from the system and schools have been re-segregated, with numerous inner city school closures to make way for high rises for gentrification. What can be done to make sure there is still equality in our schools? Call 347-850-1228 to share your insight!
the U.S. economy is just fine…
#1 The homeownership rate in the United States has dropped to the lowest level in 19 years.
#2 Consumer spending for durable goods has dropped by 3.23 percent since November. This is a clear sign that an economic slowdown is ahead.
#3 Major retailers are closing stores at the fastest pace that we have seen since the collapse of Lehman Brothers.
#4 According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, 20 percent of all families in the United States do not have a single member that is employed. That means that one out of every five families in the entire country is completely unemployed.
#5 There are 1.3 million fewer jobs in the U.S. economy than when the last recession began in December 2007. Meanwhile, our population has continued to grow steadily since that time.
What is going on here. Lets find out together.
Will the real founder of Bitcoin please stand up? Is the founder of Bitcoin in Los Angeles or not?
JC Penney will close numerous stores, one will be in the Inland Empire.
In Riverside the restaurant Phood on Main is no longer on main. Find out what will replace it.
Are we facing a new "Cold War" with Russia?
And, what can we expect as a result of the California drought?
Automotive advertising agencies have adjusted to accommodate consumer preferences that have shifted from shopping at their local auto row in favor of a growing number of online options.
The shift from conventional radio, T.V. and print media to digital advertising including websites, banner ads, S.E.O./S.E.M strategies and even email vs. direct mail has matured into even more consumer centric social media. Forward thinking auto dealers are joining other retail businesses that recognize that the shift from the real world to the virtual one online has just begun.
Store closures by large iconic retailers including Staples, Radio Shack, Best Buy, Circuit City, Linens and Things, Borders and Blockbuster are just the tip of the iceberg as consumers shop online for everything from electronics and books to large ticket items like homes, furniture and even automobiles. Profit challenged auto dealers have demanded more for less from their advertising agencies and retail operations as margins are reduced by today’s educated consumer with internet access to information that auto dealers no longer control.
ALL THE ATTENTION IS ON PRESIDENT OBAMA AND THE KEYSTONE PIPELINE. GOVENOR CHRISTY DENIAL THAT HE KNEW ABOUT LANE CLOSURES IN HIS STATE.
HOWEVER THERE IS SOMETHING MISSING, WHO IS CARING FOR THE MANY VETERANS THAT ARE HOMELESS, SUFFERING FROM ILLNESS, OR BARELY MAKING ENDS MEET.
WHO CARES ABOUT THEM? THEY HAVE RISKED THEIR LIVES FOR THIS COUNTRY AND NOW THAT THEIR SERVICE IS OVER NO ONE CARES.
David Wildstein charges that Christie new about lane closures on the George Washington Bridge, new investigations against the Christie Administration’s political use of the Port Authority, Christie releases a memo attacking David Wildstein, new questions about Chris Christie’s use of … Continue reading →
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Widespread social and urban collapse is something that historically takes days, weeks, months or even years to happen. Rarely (outside of natural disaster in a confined urban area) does an urban area become complete pandemonium overnight. Leading up to more cataclysmic events like civil war, there are often protests, demonstrations, clashes between ethnic or religious groups, clashes between civilians and law enforcement or military, economic fallout, bank closures and gradual lack of a rule of law and other forms of gradually increasing social unrest.
How can we as an individual, use our first aid and herbal first aid skills in a “street” environment that is outside of our home and outside of our comfort zone? In this episode, join Sam Coffman as he discusses some of the technics, first aid resources, security issues, plant medicine and social tactics to be a proficient “herban medic” in a street environment.
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On the next edition of Fiber Hooligan (01/20/14) my guest will be Rosemary Hill from Designs by Romi.
Romi was born into a crocheting family and learned in preschool, but the call of the needles was always strong, and her mother finally relented & taught her to knit as well. It was love at first stitch. She knit off & on until 2002, when she resumed knitting passionately after a long hiatus, discovering the internet knitting community in the process. Learning to knit lace prompted the 2005 founding of her company, Designs by Romi, selling handmade shawl pins & sweater closures.
She is currently working on a lace book for Interweave and 2 subscriptions: her latest Small Shawl eBook (Y4, also an app!) and The Great Oddments Knitdown. Her patterns have appeared in books, Interweave Knits, Knitscene, Knitty, and Twist Collective. Interweave Press published her first book: Elements of Style: Knit + Crochet Jewelry in late 2008.
We’ll be talking about all of this as well as her Craftsy class!
Besides being uber talented, Romi is also one of the sweetest people you could meet. I hope you’ll join us for this show.
“I am outraged and deeply saddened to learn that not only was I misled by a member of my staff, but this completely inappropriate and unsanctioned conduct was made without my knowledge. One thing is clear: this type of behavior is unacceptable and I will not tolerate it because the people of New Jersey deserve better. This behavior is not representative of me or my Administration in any way, and people will be held responsible for their actions.”Chris Christie
FORT LEE – Emergency responders were delayed in attending to four medical situations – including one in which a 91-year-old woman lay unconscious – due to traffic gridlock caused by unannounced closures of access lanes to the George Washington Bridge, according to the head of the borough’s EMS department.
The woman later died, borough records show
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