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The New E book Release is the life of Mr. Masaaki Hiroi; a Craftsman and Artist who has used his talent and shared his work in 31 Countries around the world.
Join us as to hear from Hannah why she decided to write about the life of Mr. Hiroi and his work.
Today we have a special automotive episode of The Down & Dirty With Frank Fontana. We dig into topics that all guys love… Cars, engines and high performance!
This year Craftsman teamed up with The Roadster Shop to transform a classic 1969 Chevy C-10 pick-up truck into a high performance muscle truck.
This incredible project soon culminates in the vehicle auction at Barrett Jackson and all proceeds will go to Heroes At Home to benefit our veterans.
To find out how this amazing restoration modification came together, we’ll be talking to Dan Swanson, engineering manager at Craftsman Tools.
We’ll also chat to Donald Hardy of Don Hardy Racecars about the custom, LS3 motor high performance engine, and Rafael Navarro of Pirelli will join us to let us in on the secrets of high performance tires.
Popular stand-up comedian Kevin Bozeman will be our special guest co-host. Kevin is a show favorite and has been performing his smooth stand-up style in clubs across the country. He was the winner of HBO’s Comedy Competition in 2000 and appeared in Comedy Central’s Premium Blend.
We hope you’ll join us and get a little Down and Dirty….
Mark & Theresa are inside the Ultimate Tool Playground at the Craftsman
Experience in downtown Chicago, where it’s all about real tools, real wood, and real
Theresa is sharing her admiration for Jeanine Hays from Aprochic’s Juju hat
decorations, her fascination with the ‘cookie inside a cookie,’ and the tips they
shared on remodeling with your spouse for AOL’s DIY Life. Mark talks about Knex
interlocking posts, turnstyles, and gears that can be used to make ferris wheels,
This Thursday, October 17th at 3 p.m. PST, we're going to reach into the MetalSmith BenchTalk archives and air one of our favorite recent episodes with Alan Revere, Founder and Director of the Revere Academy of Jewelry Arts. About: Alan Revere, Founder and Director of the Academy, is a master goldsmith and award-winning jewelry designer with degrees in both psychology and sculpture. His passion for making jewelry lead him to Germany in 1972, where he trained under some of the 20th century's most celebrated goldsmiths and designers. Returning to California with skills rarely taught in the United States, he was asked to share what he had learned with other jewelers and students. For several years, Mr. Revere taught in college jewelry programs, and in 1979 he established the Revere Academy of Jewelry Arts. Mr. Revere writes and lectures on a variety of jewelry subjects. His first series of articles appeared in JCK Magazine during the 1980s and led to the publication of Professional Goldsmithing. His second series, Professional Jewelry Repair, has been published as Professional Ring Repair and Professional Setting Repair. Mr. Revere is past president of the American Jewelry Design Council and founder of the Contemporary Design Group. Alan teaches the Jewelry Technician Intensive, Design, and Fabrication. Founded in 1979 by master goldsmith Alan Revere, the Revere Academy of Jewelry Arts immediately became a center for jewelry and jewelers around the world; a place where master craftsman pass on traditional skills to the next generation. For more about Revere Academy, visit http://www.revereacademy.com.
One of Steven's favorite mottos is "The only things in life we regret are the risks we don't take." He is a strong believer in taking chances and fighting for what he wants in life. Steven's breakout role was playing RED, the lead in Ashes of Eden. Steven had seen an ad and sent in one of the monologues he had produced and uploaded to YouTube. After filming Ashes of Eden, Steven met Michael Joiner (The Grace Card) and they hit it off right away. After Ashes, Michael didn't hesitate to call about another lead role in his project, Surrender. Afterward, Steven has appeared in commercials and starred in a music video, produced for a well known band in Germany. Look for Sutherland to star in future projects.
Shane is an award winning producer of feature length films. He approached acting in the late 90's by enrolling into a theatre program at a local community college. As a writer/director he has produced two features. In 2008, Shane premiered his first, The Model Father. A film he wrote, directed, produced, and edited. Then in 2009, Shane premiered a documentary called Craftsman Style. Both films have played to several sold out screenings throughout Michigan to much acclaim for their thoughtful approach to storytelling. Shane also collaborated on two award winning features by Rebel Pictures, Fairview St. and Handlebar. Serving as producer, assistant director and actor. In Handlebar, Shane was co-writer and was nominated for Best Supporting Actor at the 2011 Detroit Independent Film Festival. Ashes of Eden was Shane's breakout film. He was again writer, director, producer and editor. A tour-de-force of powerful acting and compelling imagery. Produced in association with Collective Development Inc and Ahptic Film and Digital.
My Guest on Thursday, September 12th at 3 p.m. PDT on MetalSmith BenchTalk will be Alan Revere, Founder and Director of the Revere Academy of Jewelry Arts. About: Alan Revere, Founder and Director of the Academy, is a master goldsmith and award-winning jewelry designer with degrees in both psychology and sculpture. His passion for making jewelry lead him to Germany in 1972, where he trained under some of the 20th century's most celebrated goldsmiths and designers. Returning to California with skills rarely taught in the United States, he was asked to share what he had learned with other jewelers and students. For several years, Mr. Revere taught in college jewelry programs, and in 1979 he established the Revere Academy of Jewelry Arts. Mr. Revere writes and lectures on a variety of jewelry subjects. His first series of articles appeared in JCK Magazine during the 1980s and led to the publication of Professional Goldsmithing. His second series, Professional Jewelry Repair, has been published as Professional Ring Repair and Professional Setting Repair. Mr. Revere is past president of the American Jewelry Design Council and founder of the Contemporary Design Group. Alan teaches the Jewelry Technician Intensive, Design, and Fabrication. Founded in 1979 by master goldsmith Alan Revere, the Revere Academy of Jewelry Arts immediately became a center for jewelry and jewelers around the world; a place where master craftsman pass on traditional skills to the next generation. The Academy is located in the beautiful tower suite on the ninth floor of the Humboldt Bank Building. For more about Revere Academy, visit http://www.revereacademy.com.
Join NASCAR driver Ryan Preece and I at 7pm!, We will be talking NASCAR - Sprint Cup, Nationwide and Craftsman Truck series... Also, we will chat with CLNS columnsit Adam Niemeyer about a HUGE TV deal... As always, you are more than welcome to call in, tweet @KateMossCLNS, or facebook me on my page "Race Talk Live with Kate Moss!"
Join me as we step together into a different reasoning of Freemasonry. IMHO- Freemasons seem to have a short list of preoccupations. As if transfixed on one spot on the horizon a very curious spot that unconsciously draws the eye. If we accept an assignment to search for problems, given a little diligence, flaws will always be found. If it is described constructively and thoughtfully if can be vital and useful. Such is the diplomacy of a good master to ensure he draws the best from his apprentices.
Nothing is gained by repeating failures; neither is anything gained by ungarded criticism. When a speaker looses site of his obligations to masonry- he isolates himself from the Order. Only if he examines his thoughts can he grow within masonry.
1717 was about a group taking existing relationships between lodges to a larger scale where advancement depended on merit. This is where our idea of meritocracy gained traction. Until we began apologizing to them, the work of an incompetent apprentice withered. 1717 worked because it was small scale, localized and relationship based. It brought about an assymetrical organization in love with the idea of a meritocracy, encouraging us to probe natural philoso[hy to satiate the mind. Passing off substandard work has undermined our foundation. We have forgotten how to tell an apprentice his work is unacceptable.
We cannot continue to work in this unmasonic manner. If we restore the ethos of medival craftmanship the change from current practices will remove the influence of malcontents. Our Order will strive once again for excellence. The substandard workers will find a place but not in masonry. If we do this, we will turn our gaze from that spot on the horizon, setting our alchemists loose, the risk is low. If we do not, we fix our gaze on a single spot.
Only a true craftsman can do it right.
On this week's show, we will recap Kentucky, preview the night race this Saturday at Daytona, and recap and previw the Nationwide and Craftsman Truck Series this weekend!
NASCAR Sprint Cup Series driver J.J. Yeley also joins Kate to discuss this weekend's upcoming race at Daytona, a track he finished 10th at in the Daytona 500.
Mark and Theresa are broadcasting from Moonachie, New Jersey, where they join volunteers from Rebuilding Together and Sears to help fix a veteran's home from the devastating impact of Sandy.
Ty Pennington talks with Mark and Theresa about HLN's American Journey, the Craftsman Tour Kick-off and 20-city tour, and we delve into his creative process for building and designing.
Ryan Ostrom from Craftsman talks about Homes for Heroes program and the new special edition of Harley-Davidson and Craftsman toolboxes. And we talk Sandy, rebuilding, and veterans with Rebuilding Together's chairman of the board Brad Segal, Moonachie Mayor Vaccaro, and Congressman Bill Pascrell, Jr.
Join us this evening as Wayne Barbuto joins the show to discuss the fraudulent gun laws that are currently in place and those they are trying to pass on state and federal level.
What would you do if you found out that all the gun laws that have been passed were null and void? That your compliance with those laws is considered voluntary?
Wayne has written several extensively documented and resourced books the newest of which is “Its Not The Law”! Click here to purchase: Its Not The Law!
Included in this book is the chapter on “The true objective of gun control“. The ATF is a private foreign corporation headquartered in Puerto Rico…..just like the IRS.
Bio: Wayne Frank Barbuto
I have little formal education, which has proven to be an advantage, considering the dumbing down process used in the government schools.
I am a Craftsman and Prototype Machinist with over 40-years experience, and owned my own machine shop for over 20-years. I am considered by many to be a Gunsmith, but my knowledge in this field is limited to the guns I like, mainly those of John Browning and Eugene Stoner design. I have personally designed and built many long-range rifles of bullpup design chambered for the .50 BMG (Browning Machine Gun) anti-tank cartridge.
In the year 2000 I was unlawfully attacked by the Puerto Rican-based BATF and accused of Manufacturing Firearms without a license, a non-existent law. Since then I have focused my attention on exposing the devils behind this criminal attack.
I have written a book titled, “It’s Not The Law” in which I tell my story, and explain a number of important principles presented as mini-lessons in more than 100 chapters which average 3-4 pages each.
Slicks and Sticks is hard hitting, running at 200 mph and this is where racing and hockey merge together for one hell of a show every Monday Night! All the action from every nascar track, racing across America and every hockey rink, all the hockey talk from around the world!
Tonight's guests are CJ Faison , debuted at Dover in the NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series ; Ryan Bennett, a PEAK Challenge winner as well as earning numerous championships and our special guest is Dylan Cisney of Port Royal, PA who recently won the 410 Sprint Car Feature at the Speedway!!
We will have hockey talk with Kristina and Ashley near the 9pm hour as well!! Covering your 2013 NHL Stanley Cup Finals