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This week please join Frankie Picasso on The Good Radio Network this Thursday, January 22 at 1:00 pm est.when her guest is Mauricio Laniado, Founder of Juntos Shoes, a social fashion company whose motto is Look Good, Do Good!
Mauricio is a young social entrepreneur who has reached back to his heritage and taken the lowly El Zapato de Lona, the Ecuadorian street shoe , worn by the working class in cities like Guayaquil, Ecuador ( where he was born) and turned it into a fashion statement for all. This shoe is an iconic part of the Ecuadoran landscape - part functional necessity, part social signifier.
Juntos embraces this heritage and brings it to you, refining and repurposing the design while preserving everything that makes the shoe, the shoe.
That’s why there is a map of Ecuador on the inside of every pair, so one never forgets where they came from.
It’s also why for every pair sold, Juntos donates an education pack filled with crucial school supplies to a local child in Ecuador –as a small way of giving back to the places wherehe found inspiration. So far 1000 packs have been given out to students. The bright yellow bag with the Juntos logo is also funtional as well as beautiful.
I don't think we have anything to worry about if our future includes young Entrepreneuers like Mauricio Lanidades.
For Mauricio and his company..that is what they call- a real ethical footprint.
To go grey or not to go grey - that's today's question. There's no question that going grey saves money on touch-ups - up to $1700 a year. But, how do you grow out grey gracefully? To get answers, we'll check in with Darcy Vance, an author and a great girlfriend, who tells us her grey hair story. Plus, Lori and Barbara talk about shoes, shoes and more shoes. What's in? Where do they go? And, we'll swap chili recipes: one slow cooker and one 15 minutes to table. Join us and learn how you can live a more fashionable, beautiful and fun! life with #WiseSisters secrets for Baby Boomer women.
Today's special guest is Quikiks Founder Steve Kaufman.
So, what exactly is Quikiks? For people with arthritis or anyone who struggles with a task as simple as putting on shoes, the Quikiks Step-in-Go Shoe System offers a hands-free solution. The shoes easily open and close using hinges and magnets. Simply step into the shoes for a secure fit and strike the back of your heel to remove. No need to bother with laces or Velcro. How easy is that?!
Listen in to our conversation with Steve about Quikiks.
It's Our Business To Tell Your Business and, this story is sho nuff a Run Your Mouth moment!
A Portland, Ore,. man, who is a pimp by trade was sentenced to 100 years in prison for brutally stomping another man's face with a pair of Nike brand shoes, because the man did not pay his prostitute before he left the hotel; The pimp is now claiming he did not know that the shoes were lethal. Sirgiorgiro Clardy, filed a $100M lawsuit against Nike, the manufacture of his Jordans for not having a warning label, warning that their shoes could be used as a weapon. Hahaha!!!
Can somebody come and help me talk about his subject...and, no I don't this #$@&=!!
Join me and call in with your feed back 347-884-8684
Chef Elliott is honored to share his technical skills and culinary wisdom of his friend and colleague: THE DISTINGUISHED AND PHENOMENAL, CEO & FOUNDER OF JESS NAWLINGS CATERING, EXECUTIVE CHEF MOSES JACKSON!!!!
Chef Moses received formal training at the Culinary Institute of New Orleans. After graduating, Chef Moses exhibited his culinary skills in his native city of New Orleans. While under the tutelage of such renowned Chefs as Emeril Laggasse at Nola’s restaurant and Paul Prudhomme at K-Paul Louisiana Kitchen, Chef Moses learned the art and distinctions between Creole and Cajun cooking.Chef Moses continues to show his love for food and people by offering his talents to demonstrate to others how to prepare delicious meals through cooking classes and his catering service, Jess Nawlings Catering. His passion and desire is to share the joy of cooking with everyone and his slogan is “there is no short cut for cooking good food for the soul”.
January 12 marks the 5th anniversary of the earthquake in Haiti. There are many events happening around the world to remember the many who died and those who survived this tragedy. Join Marie to discuss books, e-publishing, indie authors, independent best selling books, magazines, Second Life events and share original music and writing. What's on your reading list? What's your favorite book? Do you have a favorite author you can't get enough of? We welcome calls from listeners & want to hear from you. If you enjoy the segment, follow the show to get notices.
Music by Musician/Songwriter J.R. Byrd
The Creole Choir Of Cuba
Book (s) Featured
God Loves Haiti by Dimitry Elias Léger
Haiti after the Earthquake by Paul Farmer
The Earthquake in Haiti by Anne Lies
Louisiana food is distinctive created from more than 300 years of food traditions that combines influences from Mexico to Africa, Europe and Native American cultures. Gumbo is a dish that combines two or more meats or seafood that combines influences from African, European and Native American cultures.
The name comes from the Bantu word for okra, a fiberous plant that is eaten in soups, stews, fried, sauteed and steamed.
Gumbo is also a perfect example of what makes Louisiana food unique and it tells a story of where you come from. Made with seafood, your from the coast. With meats like venisor or squirrel, your family has a history of hunters and living form the land. Gumbo is normally served with rice, but if you spoon it over potato salad, your heritage comes from Germany.
Join guest host Jim Picht along with Lousianians Bill and Laura Weatherford, all Louisianian foodies ready to talk Gumbo to King's Cake.
Paired explores the foods you love every Monday at 6:30pm EST. The CommDigiNews Hour are the daily shows from the writers of Communities Digital News where you can find every story you need to read.
Carolyn Bendall, Fashion Critic and blogger (www.carolynbendall.com), discusses subjects, trends, or products within the beauty and fashion industry, focusing on Your True Colours, and how it applies to you, the individual.
Kigo is eco minimalist footwear for an active lifestyle and everyday casual comfort. Driven by husband-and-wife team Marco Serrano and Kristin Parker Serrano, kigo creates ultra-lightweight and flexible footwear, featuring an anatomical shape, wide toe box and thin, zero-drop, slip-free outsole. Our shoes are designed to ensure that feet and toes are protected without being constricted. Kigo aims to reduce your ecological footprint by adhering to a cradle-to-cradle production philosophy, beginning with components that are vegan, recycled, recyclable and upcyclable. To close the lifecycle of our shoes, well-loved and well-worn kigos can be sent to reclaim partners Soles4Souls and PLUS Compound Technologies, ensuring that nothing we do – and nothing you buy – need go to waste. The kigo team is passionate about creating footwear that is good for the feet and for the Earth. Our goal is to continuously innovate and improve our product and programs by partnering with companies and customers who share our vision for living an active lifestyle and leaving a light footprint.
Sexy Saturdays is a place where we have fun with open discussions about fantasies, role playing, and relationships. It's grown folks talk and we talk about everything under the sun. Good clean conversation and helpful suggestions.
Join us every Saturday night 6-6:30pmEST on the Blog Talk Radio network at The Artists Loft.
Did you know that there are no health codes prohibiting barefoot customers from entering an establishment? Did you know that living barefoot is actually much healthier for you than wearing shoes? Did you know that wearing certain types of shoes, such as high heels, can actually permanently damage your feet? Come listen and learn about living barefoot!
Join the conversation by calling 347-324-3704, ext 1 or tweet us @barefootislegal
You can also join our chatroom at freedomizerradio.com
CLEARING YOU AND YOUR HOME OF BAD OR NEGATIVE ENERGIES
This show is all about those times when you've received guests in your home that arrived in a bad mood or with a bad attitude and, by their very presence, changed your peaceful and happy environment into a place that made you feel anxious, upset, nervous, angry, etc. How do you rid yourself of such toxic energies? Today, we're exploring how to cleanse yourself of negative energies projected by others ... how to cleanse your home of energies left by others ... and how to remain free of unwanted energies. Call it psychic self-defense or simply staying "clean" ... the next 30 minutes is all about being Pono and remaining Pono in your body and in your home. Malama kekahi i kekahi ... let's take care of one another, right now.
Come visit us at our virtual Hale at https://spreadaloha.wordpress.com/ ... and leave your shoes at the door when you arrive, okay? (BTW, that practice is also an excellent way to keep the negativity out of your home, and it keeps your home cleaner, too.)
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