• 00:57

    Out of the Fog: Handmade Spirituality with Kari Chapin

    in Spirituality

    Are you an artist or crafter? How does your work speak to your spirit? Have you ever thought about what it would be like to start your own handmade business? Kari Chapin joins Karen to talk about handmade businesses, community and how creative work feeds our souls. This interview originally aired on Empower Radio. 


    Kari Chapin is a best-selling author, teacher, mentor and consultant. Her books, The Handmade Marketplace and Grow Your Handmade Business help people around the world get closer to making their creative business dreams come true. Find out more about Kari and her work at karichapin.com.

  • 00:31

    Wet Your Whistle Series Continues with Tito's Handmade Vodka!

    in Lifestyle

    “I make a filet mignon at a pot roast price.”  Tito Beveridge, founder and owner of Tito’s Handmade Vodka, wasn’t talking about steaks when he said this; he was talking about his double gold medal winning vodka.  Wednesday, December 3rd at noon our Fall “Wet Your Whistle” series continues as the VP of Brand Marketing for Tito’s Vodka, Nicole Portwood, joins us.  Learn how Tito’s has become THE vodka in its less than 20 year life span.  It all started with Tito racking up 19 - yes, 19 - credit cards to the grand total of $88,000 in order to build a one man distillery and production still.


    His gamble of creating the first legal distillery in Texas paid off, not only for him, but for vodka lovers everywhere.


    We know that you want to learn more about how Tito became ‘the vodka guy’ and exactly what it is about this brand that makes it so darn good.  So join us Wednesday, December 3rd at noon and find out!

  • 00:21

    Men' Apparel

    in Fashion

    Today's talk will be on the general subject of designing custom made clothing. And, what it takes to complete custom outfit fit for your body frame. Plus plans for the future of gab1930

  • 00:09

    Oh-gasmic Living Radio with Dr. Alissa: On the Go with Zo!

    in Spirituality

    Yesterday I hosted a "meet up" for the Dream Catchers: Live Richer financial challenge sponsored by my Facebook friend and financial mentor Tiffany "TheBudgetnista" Aliche. www.livericherchallenge.com in my private studio here in New Jersey, California East where I hold meditation classes, host mini-retreats, sell my artwork and handmade things, etc. www.californiaeast.net 


    At the event I met this bubbly, sparkly ball of energy, Alcillena "Zo" Wilson (https://www.facebook.com/al.wilson.9026)! She had such a sweet and clear energy and has such interesting ambitions I asked her to be on my show and she said YES! Aren't we lucky! She is the host of "On the Go with Zo" which she describes as "a broadcast brand that combines Zo’s love for both talking (where she naturally connects with people) and traveling." She has wanted to be an on-air personality since she was 9 years old. She has acted and studied Journalism while attending Rutgers University doing radio sound-bites and television production.


    Her first international trip was to South Africa while enrolled in college and has traveled to 16 countries and 3 continents since then as well as about half of the United States.


    We'll talk to her about what's sexy about creativity, traveling, getting your money together and how she is creating a life she loves. How Oh-gasmic!

  • 01:30

    Fragrance Oils, Essential Oils, Mica's and Lard!

    in Women

    On todays show Rosie and Jason are going to discuss the controversy surrounding the use of Fragrance Oil vs Essential Oils in soap and candle making, what are Mica's and are they truly "natural" and the use of Lard in handmade soap.


    The show is sponsored by Rosalea and Blended Herbal Treasures at www.blendedherbaltreasures.com.


    *The opinions expressed by the guests are for entertainment purposes only and those guests providing comments are theirs alone and do not necessarily reflect the views of the Psychic Viewpoint Show or its host.*


     

  • 01:30

    A Hundred Tongues of the Heart

    in Art

    Tune into episode #6, on Tuesday, January 20th at 4pm. It's a new secular year, with new moon in Aquarius and another Mercury Retrograde riding her coattails. The Republic is ready to roll, come what may - broadcasting from Radiodress' new apartment in the century old, Garden City-style Spruce Street co-op, just up the street from Regent Park.


    This month, we're thinking about home in all its shapes: housing stability/precarity, nation-states and our sacred temple-bodies. We're paying homage across the winter airwaves to the 4 and counting deaths of homeless folks in Toronto. We're longing for a progressive Jewish articulation of diaspora and how violence in Paris doesn't have to translate into support for the Zionist project. We're trying trying trying to open our hearts, and make a move to heal through our communities, our interconnectedness and some fine transformative beats.


    Listen in for:


    - a conversation with the inimitable Leah Lakshmi Piepzna Samarasinha, aka brownstargirl on her explosively successful Healing Justice for Black Lives Matter project


    - from the Archive: Fannie Lou Hamer's transcendent deputation at the 1968 Democratic convention in which she shared the realities of what Freedom Summer meant to black woman, workers and sharecroppers and why registering to vote humanized her and her comrades


    - a handmade, homemade DJ set by Toronto's own DJ Mama Knows, mashing up the plethora of new music coming from the Black Lives Matter movement


    - readings from Coco Fusco on Cuban artist Tania Bruguera's recent detention; poetry by Niigaanwewidam James Sinclair; music from tUne-yArDs and more...


     

  • 01:00

    Monday Manifesting with Pam Rennie and guest Rhonda Harrison

    in Spirituality

    Join Sacred Journey Mentor, and Alchemist, Pam Rennie as she engages you in a Manifesting and Consciousness Expanding experience.


    Guest Rhonda Harrison, host of Renford Radio's; The Searcher's Road Map joins the show to share how she is honoring International Hug Day on 1/21 by launching an inspired idea. Rhonda says, "in the past year of trials and wins of verying levels of seriousness, I have found the importance of hugs and unconditional love. I was given a beautiful shawl from a family that I had been Nannying for. Immediately upon  putting this beautifully handmade shawl, I could feel their Hugs and Love. This got me through me alot of difficult times"


     Rhonda says, "I would like to launch this Idea on January 21st; INTERNATIONAL HUG DAY at 11:11 am RMT offering this as a service project. Participate by infuseing Shawls or blankets with Hope, Love and Prayers, then deliver them to Nursing Homes, Hospitals, Cancer Units or individuals, giving others the warmth of a Hug. The launch will be on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/SH4AWL


    You may participate in this creating a flooding of love, support,and hope out to a Society that desperatly needs these gifts of love in your area.


    Join us to listen to the beautiful story behind the inspired idea AND how you can be a part of this Ripple Effect of Hugs, Love and Hope.


    Ffree Ebook: HPTSupporting your Transformation and more to Empower and Support your Sacred Journey:


    Blessings,


    Pam Rennie, Alchemist, HPT Master, Channel

  • 00:27

    Getting that Exact Custom Fit

    in Fashion

    This program host today will be talking about getting that complete custom fit. And why it is  important. And tsome of the  primary reasons my people choose custom made clothing. 

  • 01:01

    Human Trafficking - A survivors story - Selina Deveau

    in Motivation

    Selina now lives a simple and blessed life and is grateful for every day, and now has a life she certainly never thought she would have.


    Selina is a mother of two bright and beautiful children ages six and sixteen. She calls them her miracles since she was told she would never be able to have children. She married her soul mate and best friend and they live on a small farm in the country surrounded by an apple orchid, beautiful mountains and land all around them.


    Selina is an artist and musician as well as an activist and advocate. She is an author of two books: “Sold at Six” and “Made in USA” which will be coming out in 2015. Writing them has been a hard process and a healing one also. She would have never called herself an author 3 months ago.


    Selina is on the advisory board for trafficking in America task force and the founder of M.A.T musicians against trafficking which is a collaboration of local and nonlocal musicians coming together to raise awareness and stop human trafficking. They have an amazing project in the works right now.


    She is also the founder of Frames for Freedom, which is a project she is doing with other survivors that are artists and photographers. The framed artwork /photography done by survivor's from all over the world that where trafficked and all the beautiful art/photo's are sold. A certain percent of the sales will go to survivor services and resources including rescue efforts the rest stays with the artist/photographer.


    Selina is also the founder of Jewelry for Justice: The Jewelry is handmade by survivors to empower them and teach them how to make an income from something they create themselves.


     She is also working on survivor stories: a collection of poems songs and stories done by survivors of trafficking from all over the world put into a book called Survivor Stories

  • Creating A Great Wardrobe

    in Fashion

    The latest expression of Gab1930s demonstrates how to began establishing the finery choosing in style and fabrics.. Choosing the character that evokes the feeling of being confident in your attire. The intimate feeling cocooning or embracing the elements depending on your mood. Be Inspired..

  • Lou’s on the Hill

    in Current Events

    This morning we have a returning guest, Mr. Lou Giovanetti.


    Lou is a Bronx-bred New Yorker and THE Beach Cities’ bel canto.


    He is a Broadway stage, screen, TV actor and Big Band front man and loves singing the Great American Songbook and jazz classics that instantly connect and move people. Lou is inspired by Sinatra and Bennett and leans on the legacy of the great Jazz-era musicians and song stylists and celebrates them with fresh arrangements and modern twists.


    As he has for the last several years, Lou headlined the annual Pier Plaza New Year’s Eve Celebration last week.


    In addition, Lou recently soft-opened his namesake restaurant, Lou’s on the Hill, and is currently ramping up for the Grand Opening later this month.


    The kitchen will be helmed by Executive Chef Eric Mickle and the inventive modern-meets-rustic menu features Italian cuisine inspired by California's seasonal bounty and local purveyors.


    Crudo plates, house cured charcuterie, handmade pastas, artisanal cheeses, wood-fired pizza, delectable desserts, select Italian and Californian wines, craft cocktails, small plates, big flavor and sharable entrees are all created and paired for your tasting pleasure.


    Chef Mickle, a San Diego native, honed his culinary skills and operations savvy opening restaurants in Washington, DC, Los Angeles, Las Vegas, and Singapore working for legendary chefs and the food world's leading lights including Michael Mina, Mario Batali and most recently, Gordon Ramsey, before taking the reins at Lou's.


    The 4500 square foot space offers a private dining room for special occasions, fully tech equipped with a wide screen for every occasion.


    Lou has been a busy guy and this morning, we’ll spend the hour catching up with him.

Results Per Page: 12 | 24 | 48

Join Host Live Chats

Loading...
Loading...