• 00:40

    Catherine Petitti of Red Barn Yarn

    in Hobbies

    Catherine Petitti is currently the designer, artist and operator of Red Barn Yarn. The passion for textiles, never subsiding, Catherine began hand coloring yarn in 2008. To her delight, shock and surprise, shops actually purchased, AND SOLD her yarn. Today, shend has about 100 production colors, specializes in tonal solids and coordinating variegated combinations of color that truly delight the eye.


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  • 00:38

    Yarn Thing with Marly Bird

    in Hobbies

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    Buffalo Wool Co.
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  • 00:37

    Stacy Rhoads of Too Yarn Cute

    in Hobbies

    Too Yarn Cute has evolved from selling finished crocheted items, to pattern designing then to a Designer/Crochet-er Network. Stacy is both visually and hearing impaired, a stay-at-home Mom of 3 boys and Wife of 8 years.


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    Buffalo Wool Co.
    Green Mountain Spinnery

  • 02:34

    Dying Cemetery

    in Entertainment

    February is Black History Month, and a site filled with black history, the final resting place for a who's who of prominent black South Floridians, is in Miami. Also resting there are blacks born into slavery, but good luck finding many of their graves. And even worse, part of the cemetery may be sold to pay back taxes owed on the property. What is going on there?.""Dying Cemetery."


    B.J. Chisvar: "You have Gwen Cherry over here."


    If you care about the black people who helped shape South Florida...


    B.J. Chisvar: "The Rolles, the Bullards, the who's who in the black community."


    Then you might care about where they are buried.


    B.J. Chisvar: "Oh yeah, D.A. Dorsey. First African-American millionaire in the South."


    You might want to see their gravesites, but it's not easy.


    Gloria Fisher: "That's a shame for God. Something really needs to be done right here about that grave."Paster Vizion Jones brings us this heart breaking story . How could we let this happen.. This is the story. Dying Cemetery Is this how we treat our army Vet? Former Chairman of the Miami Dade Democratic Party Army intelligence veteran


    BJ Chiszar will be our guest. The owner may come on but she is in hospice. NEWS Report Go Fund Me Campaign

  • 00:25

    Care at Hand

    in Health

    Today's special guest is Dr. Andrey Ostrovsky of Care at Hand.


    As Co-Founder of Care at Hand, he and his team are committed to achieving the Triple Aim and eliminating health disparities for vulnerable populations by creating disruptive technology. What does that mean? Well listen in to see what he has to say and how he plans to achieve the triple aim.

  • 00:15

    Spektrum1 Natural Hand Sanitizer

    in Pop Culture

    Spektrum1 Natural Organic Sanitizer Show


     


    Skin The Largest Organ and the Hands are the Single most Important target for disease transmission.


     


    Hand washing and skin sanitiation is the single most simple solution for combatting transmission of public and hosptial or health care facilities diseases. Dr. Ignaz Semmelweiss discoverd the vast importance of washing the hands between examinations (usually corpses) and the next patient, this was over 168 years ago in 1847, Vienna, Austria. Today the persistent use of contract cleaners, bleach and hand sanitizers, etc. remain the forefront of recommendations by the CDC, the American Society for Microbiology, the AMA and the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Health Care Organizations. The chlorine bleach protocol and goopy hand sanitizers, containing triclosan, quaternary ammonium compounds, benzylkonium chlorides and questionable health hazards themselves are purchased in the billions of dollars and highly recommended each year by these people. Yet, 2.4 Million Americans become ill, contact disease or actually die due to hospital, health care related (noscomial) contact. The place to not go when you are sick. Why? Patient to patient, care giver to patient, patient contact surfaces and patient contact equipment lend to over 100k fatal outcomes each year. ? Spektrum1 was formulated by a one man research company, bearcreekresearch, 


     


     

  • 01:00

    Nicole Snow, A Darn Good Yarn

    in Hobbies

    In early 2008, Nicole Snow decided to take two of her passions in life—art and helping others—and combine them. The result was “Darn Good Yarn”. The mission was simple: provide phenomenal quality fibers to enthusiasts, while helping the women of Nepal and India become autonomous and self-reliant.


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    Kristin Omdahl Bamboo So Fine
    Buffalo Wool Co.
    Green Mountain Spinnery

  • 00:24

    Divatosity: Cooking Memoirs, Carafes, And Hand Me Downs

    in Food

    Join the Bougie Girl as she discusses Cooking Memoirs, Carafes, and Hand Me Downs.



     

  • 01:02

    Shannon Okey on the Yarn Thing Podcast with Marly Bird

    in Knitting

    The one and only Shannon Okey joins Marly on the podcast. 


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    Indian Lake Artisans
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    Green Mountain Spinnery

  • 00:30

    Hand and Footprints presents an Open Letter to Women's History Month.......

    in Motivation

    "An open letter is a letter that is intended to be read by a wide audience, or a letter intended for an individual, but that is nonetheless widely distributed intentionally.[1]"


    Join host Rikki R. Jones deliver for 30 minutes a letter to Women & Women's History Month as it comes to an end.............If you tune in, this letter maybe JUST BE  FOR YOU!


    Call in 347-826-9723 press the number 1

  • 02:11

    Common Ain't Got No Sense - The Loving Hand Of an UnConscious Brotha

    in Entertainment

    So there's a rapper named Common and they man ain't got no da-gum sense. 
    He's convinced that the manufactured social construct of racism will end if Black folks just extend a loving hand to white folks. 

    We'll talk about that, plus, we'll have news and comment.  

    Shout out to the Secular Sistahs. 

    Plus... It's #BlackPodcastWeek and I'm shouting out Single Simulcast. 

     

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