• 00:29

    269 names of kinds of fabric and cloth

    in Fashion

    Gab1930s


    Today's Topic is on the category, listing 269 names of kinds of fabric and cloth. There is an enormous variety in fabrics, with many different national, historical and regional varieties. It is interesting to note, however, that almost all of the types of fabric listed below are variants or blends of just five basic fabric types (silk, cotton, linen, wool and worsted). Many of the terms are foreign in origin;


     

  • 00:28

    Continue with Fabric and Cloth 269 Kinds

    in Fashion

    We will be continuing our talk today about fabric and cloth. There is an enormous variety in fabrics, with many different national, historical and regional varieties. It is interesting to note, however, that almost all of the types of fabric listed  are variants or blends of just five basic fabric types (silk, cotton, linen, wool and worsted). Many of the terms are foreign in origin

  • 00:15

    Why Choose Cloth Diapers?

    in Parents

    Modern cloth diapers have come a long way! Diapering can be easy, rewarding, and worthwhile! Many parents wonder if cloth diapers are really worth it. Nell's Natural Baby shares facts and personal experience to recommend the switch to cloth diapering.

  • 01:00

    An Introduction to Cloth Diapers

    in Moms and Family

    Kelly, of KellysCloset.com will join me to talk about everything cloth diapers.
    If you have EVER considered making the switch, but need a little hand-holding, this show is for you! We'll talk about why, how and what options suit moms best. We'll outline the steps to choosing what fits your lifestyle; we'll talk about the MONEY saved and the initial investment.
    And you're already a cloth-diaper mom, now's the time to add your 2 cents, and offer advice to those just beginning this fun experiment.

  • 00:29

    269 Kinds of Fabric & Cloth Continues & New York Fashion Capitol

    in Fashion


    Why is New York a Fashion Capitol?  


    Simply, New York City is a fashion capitol because it is a place where fashion ideas are a reality- every day! It is a melting pot of fashion, glamour and style. It attracts people from around the world and serves as a magnet for emerging designers and fashions entrepreneurs. Many new fashion models’ careers jumpstart in New York. All new waves of design and innovative fashion trends begin first in New York. It is the place to be—for fashion.


    Fashion Styles
    New York City is the home of fashion style icons, all types of department stores and novelty shops. It is associated with the designs of fashion designers and numerous cutting edge newcomers. Bustling with an abundance of fashion designers and their students, the future of fashion styles represent endless opportunities for continued growth of the fashion industry.
    Fashion Events


    The city is famous for its trendsetters and fashionistas. Fashion Week in the city brings in the world's best fashion buyers, clothing designers, and magazine editors. It is a worldwide spectacle that bring to center stage the talents of attractive models, make-up artists, and celebrity hair stylists. The presence of so many talented people in one city is a combination for an explosion of fashion happenings.


    Economic Impact of Fashion Week
    Fashion Week is held in February and September of each year in New York City. It is a major event held in Bryant Park, which is the site of numerous fashion runway shows. The Council of Fashion Designers of America started in 1993 to organize, centralize and modernize America's runways. That helped to increase the impact of new fashions and the runway shows produced many rising stars in fashion designs. This is because they attracted the greatest concentration of design talent in the world. As a result , millions of dollars of revenue is generated during Fashion Week

  • 00:47

    FOOD VS. DIAPERS!

    in Self Help

    Have you ever personally faced the dilemma of choosing between buying diapers for your infant and putting food on the table?  Have you ever had to leave your baby in the same diaper for an entire day because you couldn’t afford to purchase diapers? This is reality for many North Carolina families as well as 49,000,000 family around the United States


    Diapering an infant requires between 8 and 12 diapers a day, on average.  And we all know that diapers are expensive (about $100 per month per child)!  Programs such as WIC and food stamps do not cover their purchase. If you know of anyone who have this problem please have them tone in on friday July 25th at 11:00Am EST. As I discuss with


    Dr.Curtis Skinner, 


    Director, Family Economic Security


    National Center for Children in Poverty


    Mailman School of Public Health

  • 01:05

    Deepertruth: Sister Briege McKenna’s Witness of A Eucharistic Miracle (7:00 PM)

    in Religion

    Today Sister Briege McKenna’s healing ministry is totally centered on the Eucharist.  During a special retreat for sisters a few years ago, she shared a remarkable story of how Jesus led her to this Eucharistic centering.


    Sr. McKenna writes, “I had a big problem. After my own dramatic healing and then receiving the gift of healing many others, I was worried because so many people, were coming to me.  In less than one year, so many headings were taking place, that the people wanted to make a saint out of me, even asking for relics…cloth from an old habit, my hair trimmings, etc. I was astounded and disturbed by it… and then there was the way that some people wanted to touch me, as if they would be healed or graced by doing so.”


    (Editors note:  Acts 19:11-12 states, “ And God did extraordinary miracles by the hands of Paul, so that handkerchiefs or aprons were carried away from his body to the sick, and diseases left them and the evil spirits came out of them.”)


    “I loved the people, but I did not like what was happening. There was a danger that, instead of directing people to the Lord or to the Mass, they had come just to see me.  I certainly knew that, of myself, I had absolutely no power, and that it was Jesus Who was doing the healing; that I was only His chosen instrument. However, even to be chosen by Him was itself an extraordinary gift. Pride could step in, and one could begin to believe that one is better than other people.  In a certain way, I felt that I was becoming a celebrity, and I knew that it was neither true, nor good for my soul.


     

  • 02:00

    Rastafari SabbatHical Studies - RSS # 19 - OVERDRIVE After Show

    in Spirituality

    Tabernacle (Exod. 40:2).



    Metaphysical. The temporal body of man. The tabernacle represents the temporal body, as the
    Temple built by Solomon in Jerusalem represents the regenerated, permanent body. In the wilderness of
    sense, man worships God in a tent, or a temporary, transitory state of mind, which makes a perishable
    body. Yet in this flimsy structure are all the furnishings of the great temple that is to be built. The outer
    structure was of cloth, but the altar, laver, candlestick, Ark of the Covenant, and all the inner utensils
    were of gold and silver and precious woods. This means that the central functions of the body are
    enduring and that it is the fleshly covering that is so perishable. When the Lord commanded the building
    of this temporary structure there was a promise of a permanent one. So the body of every man is the
    promise of an imperishable one, even the body of Christ.

  • 00:59

    10 Things You MUST DoToBeAn Organized Caregiver,byOrganizingExpert,DebbyeCannon

    in Caregiving

    In the early 1980’s, I was caring for my 2 children (both under two years old, & in cloth diapers!) and life was absolutely eating me alive! I had the responsibilities of wife, mother, homemaker and I was endeavoring to run a substantial home-based business. I found that although my business was EXPLODING, my home life was IMPLODING! What WAS I thinking?


    By late afternoon, when I needed to be preparing dinner, I’d find myself collapsed in my kitchen from low blood sugar, surrounded by my little ones without a CLUE about what I could assemble for dinner. There would be pasta, but no sauce, meat frozen solid and no side dishes in my pantry. My house felt a mess. Laundry was piled high and the floors were so sticky I feared walking through the kitchen!


    I decided to create some shortcuts. I created a system for more than just surviving my life. Pretty soon I was actually thriving, and my friends noticed. By popular demand, I began teaching local workshop groups. The Butler family encouraged me to publish my system. The first edition was published in September of 1988, a second printing followed in January 1997 and a third edition in 2006.


    Prompted to share my systems and techniques, I have now become the SMARTcut® Expert. I am passionate about helping way past busy entrepreneurs especially Caregivers, who are struggling with the juggling. I hope my work will give you the time and energy to reach more of your personal dreams, serve your family, church and community in ways that really make a difference.
    Click here to listen:

  • 00:31

    Do we really need church?

    in Education

    Do we ready need to give our time, money and children to men and women of the cloth that does absolutely nothing for the Black Communities?

  • 00:27

    Lionel - What Makes our Current Financial System Tick? Pt. 1

    in Entrepreneur

    Lionel of Lionel Media joins us for a two part interview. In the first part we'll cover: what makes our current financial system tick in the U.S. and in our 2nd part we'll cover current events, government and social ills.



    He’s self-described as a renaissance lawyer and media legal analyst, a news decoder and essayist. An author, blogger, pioneer podcaster and (out)spoken word performer. He’s a flatpicker and roots practitioner and celebrates before the altar of the immaculate twang of America’s music: bluegrass. He’s a political atheist and has a black-belt in realpolitik. He eschews left-right paradigms and rejects whole cloth run-of-the mill trite and usual political analysis through the media’s patented worldview, spectrum and prism. He’s a practicing plant-based vegan and as John Pilger suggested, never believes anything until it’s officially denied. Lionel is a practicing lawyer, admitted in Florida and New York as well as the Bar of the Supreme Court of the United States and enjoys myriad practice areas that involve First Amendment, privacy and constitutional law issues and implications. LionelMedia.com

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