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Connie Mettler talks with Marcy Boroff, from Renaissance Craftables, one of the east coast’s premier craft show promotion companies partnering with downtown areas and non-profits. Marcy Boroff had worked with her mother, Barbara, on shows for years and took over the business in 2010.
As a craft show promoter, Marcy feels very strongly that it is a partnership between the artists, the downtown areas or non-profits she is partnering with, and the community of festival-goers.
How did this company get from mall shows to the streets of some of the best shopping areas in the East?
We talk about:
the role of the show promoter and why they do it
choosing a location to host a show and starting a new show
building and implementing a marketing plan
the good part of being a show promoter
the bad part and the worst part
building relationships with the shopping areas where they host their events
building relationships with artists
the future of craft shows and their economic impact
Learn more: Renaissance Craftables General Guidelines for Artists
Welcome to G220 Radio, where we discuss many different topics and issues from a biblical worldview. Our goal is to equip, edify, confront and at times correct the saints as we journey together striving to be more and more like Jesus Christ!!
>>Here is what you have to look forward to on this episode of G220 Radio.
>>>>>Hour One: From Witch Craft to Christianity w/guest Adam Wright<<<<<
Adam Wright will be joining me in the first hour to share with us his testimony how he got involved in wiccan practices to Christianity. Also we will talk to Adam about his love for skateboarding and passion for evangelism. All this and more so be sure to tune in!
>>>>>Hour Two: The Church and Homosexuality w/guest Austin Hetsler<<<<<
Homosexuality is a hot topic today in our society and also even though it is a small minority it has gained large ground because of being so vocal about their agenda. How has the church dealt with the issue of homosexuality? We are beginning to see many churches begin to embrace homosexuality and allowing gay men or women into the pulpits, or changing their views on gay marriage. Others take a much harder stance on homosexuality and treat it as almost if not the most unforgivable sin imaginable. How should we as Christians appoarch the issue of homosexuality? Austin Hetsler will be with us in hour two to discuss this very topic!!
This program will explore the craft brewery scene in Virginia through the eyes of Matt Goodwyn, Creative Director of "Virginia Craft Brews" - a publication for a cause!, and Brad Cooper, a contributor to the publication as well as an aspiring craft brewer. The interview will cover such topics as growth and key players in the Virginia craft brewery sector, the strong attendance and "buzz" at last July's National Beer Expo in Richmond, and evolving craft brewing regulations in the state.
Gary Vaughan publishes the "Delmarva Winery and Brewery Journal" blog, and this webinar marks the launch of a series of BlogTalkRadio interviews with entrepreneurs, technical experts and other service providers to the dynamic winery and brewery sector in D.C., Delaware, Maryland and Virginia. For further discussion on this topic before and after the show, please join Brad and Gary at the following Twitter hashtag: #toastdmvbrew.
We are currently in a patriarchal cycle and we cannot ignore the woman just because of her gender. She have been in intiation rites since the dawn of the human family,Hence Isis said: “I have revealed to mankind mystic initiations. I have taught reverence for the Gods; I have established the temples.” The fullness of humanity, that is, the complementary balance of feminine and masculine energies, is necessary for harmony to prosper and to charge our evolution because we have to get better!
What’s wrong with using SHARPIES to create nail designs?
Nail art is everywhere you look. Celebrities flash their unique designs on the red carpet. Nail art dominates social media. There is even a new reality show based on nail art using everything but the kitchen sink. BUT...is it safe to use craft supplies in our nail art?
We speak with Doug Schoon, an industry leading chemist concerning your safety on this controversial topic.
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In this episode of GaptoothDiva Radio, I’esha GaptoothDiva and the team are returning with some more of the baddest creative motivation. Tune in, as we discuss what you can do to leave a lasting legacy & take your craft to the next level using you gifts. We’re talking to nephew of world renowned hip hop icon Rakim, JReadi an artist out of Long Island, New York.
In this episode, we will touch on topics such as:
Carving out your own lane in an industry that is based on who you know
Being consistent and dedicated to your craft
Doing what you know best and getting the word out
Using your gift to empower and motivate others
And we’re also featuring new music by JReadi the Young Microphone Fiend
“If you ask Rakim what he sees in his nephew he'll respond to you the passion to be the best with the humility in him to put Allah first”
Listen in as we come back with more of the off the cuff entertainment but with real and honest conversation surrounding topics related to you. Using Fashion, Music, Culture, Entertainment, and Lifestyle, I’esha GaptoothDiva holds no punches in an effort to inspire you to be as phenomenal as you were born to be.
Tweet us @GaptoothDiva during the show to interact with questions and/or comments.
Featuring new music by today’s independent artist.
Contact us to submit music or inquire about artist at Teamgaptoothdiva@gmail.com
Kate has created for herself a look and a long line of followers which are unique only to her. Whether bouncing about on stage as June Carter Cash or Kate, she is a legend in her country and to her crowd. She is fun, friendly, and well received. Rightly so, since she has been making music since the 1970's. Listen in today as we discuss her fans, findings about life and music and what is to come for Kate's future.
Indigenous cultures throughout history have tried to commune with The Most High or the Apex of their own being by rituals, mantras, or meditations and many other forms that was passed down by ear to mouth or written in stone knowledge and experiences.The craft before Freemasonry deals with this hidden esoteric knowledge... it began way before the letters M.A.S.O.N. Were put together to read out Mason.Those that practiced mysticism also included the female or the first man, womb-man!
This week, we are discussing how the fitness world has made us focus on the numbers on our scale and other stupid crap instead of our true health. We will be talking about ways to let go of those "limits" and how to change the way we think about our body.
We of course will also be discussing the latest trends in the craft beer community and how THOSE affect our health. Tune in for a cocktail of health and craft beer news on Craft Beer Yogi radio.
Sunday November 9th we will be broadcasting Live at HOPS Craft Beer and Wine Bar in Morristown NJ! HOPS is one of the Top Craft Beer Bars in the country With 18 Beers on Tap,45 Bottles and 1 can this is a craft beer haven an interview you definately don't want to miss! We will also have live updates of all the football games so you don't miss any of the action! Also Drinking Games and our usual drunk antics so Tune in and Drink on!
Watch us live at http://www.ustream.tv/channel/ddij-live
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Tune in and Drink on!...
In the Tutor period, alchemists practiced their arts. To this day, we know scientists are protective and secretive about their work. Across Canada, the scientific community has been targeted for a decade by the current federal government pushing an ideological agenda. But think back to the tutor period and governments had less leverage and more obfuscation with those pesky alchemicalists. They did and did not keep their work secret. Yes, they did not want others to replicate their findings. This is from the same protectionist thinking that gave rise to passwords and signs of recognition about operative masons. The alchemist had to keep track of his work which he did by developing and writing in code. Dyspher the code- follow the research.
Within the Craft we have often heard what I like to think of as the declaration of the uninformed. We are not a secret society, but we do have secrets. There are 27,000 languages in use on this blue globe orbiting our star. We happen to use an obscure langage to keep track of our work. Study the language for yourself. The information becomes obvious. A mason with a loose waggy tongue can't be of much use. The 'rosetta' stone to translate these glyphs has yet to be found. Isn't it curious that alchemists have continued to practice and no one sees fit to indict.
To all those who cannot control their emotion, you will look for an apology for the frustration this causes to blindly rage around the lodge. So here is a bone; if you desire what alchemists seek, if you can commit, if you have the ability to go beyond your familiar logical mind, find a book about the Khabbalah. If your mind is settled enough to know that the alchemists secrets are anything but the revelation of truths- the path may open.