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This Thursday on Fieldstone Common we will speak with jeweler and curator Sarah Nehama about In Death Lamented, an exhibit about mourning jewelry.
Mourning jewels, tangible expressions of love and sorrow, are the focus of In Death Lamented on view at the Massachusetts Historical Society (MHS) through 31 January 2013. The exhibition features more than 80 objects representing some of the best examples of this type of jewelry. The jewelry included in the exhibition illustrates some of the most exemplary types, from early gold bands with death’s head iconography to bejeweled brooches and the intricately woven hairwork pieces of the Civil War era. Displayed within the larger context of the mourning rites that our New England ancestors brought with them, these relics attest to the basic human emotion of grief and the need to remain connected to those gone before. A full-color companion book, In Death Lamented: The Tradition of Anglo-American Mourning Jewelry features photographs and descriptions of all of the Nehama and MHS pieces, along with historical and stylistic backgrounds and essays pertaining to cultural practices around death and mourning in England and America. About the Guest Curator and Author Sarah Nehama is a designer/jeweler who works in precious metals and gemstones. She sells her work through galleries, at juried shows, and to private customers. Sarah has a degree in art history and studied jewelry making in Boston and New York. She is a collector of antique mourning and sentimental jewelry and currently resides in Boston.
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Next to public speaking, death ranks very high in a human's biggest fear. But what if we truly believe what all of the spiritual and religious traditions teach about eternity? What if we embraced the true meaning of death and learned to surrender and accept our existence in this incarnation? Do you know who you truly are? Let's go Down the Rabbit Hole
Death and taxes are certainties in life, said the wise Franklin. And Spiritism explains that we should prepare ourselves to die well. How do we do it? In this program Tiago Ciccone, member of the Toronto Spiritist Society helps us understand it all. Call in LIVE at 858-769-4705 to ask questions and make comments.
When you nearly die three times, you learn a thing or two about how to live...
An Emmy-nominated art director for television, Robert Kopecky never dreamed he'd end up writing a book about how to survive life and death. But what else could he do? Over the years, Kopecky had not one but three near-death experiences. He discovered exactly what lives on the other side of our fears about dying--and living. And he had some stories he knew we'd want to hear. Even some very funny ones.
Read this book and you'll find yourself uncoiling, relaxing your shoulders, taking deeper breaths. You may even feel like you're floating as you begin to shed the weight of a lifetime of social and existential anxiety. You'll discover what Kopecky believes are the three keys to living more life:
And you'll find the calm determination to live your life accordingly.
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David played clips from the documentary, "Industry of Death".
David discussed the Truth comes to set you free.
John says, "Something in me is angry at God".
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Wrestling Week in Review: The Death of Perro Aguayo Jr.
Welcome to the 12 RADIO SHOW. This is the most innovative and interactive show on Blog Talk Radio. Tune in tonight at 9pm EST as the host, 12kyle, informs and entertains! Don't just listen to the show...be a part of the show and participate in the interactive chat room...or call in to speak with 12kyle and his co-hosts.
On this week's episode, we'll feature our infamous BIG 3 segment. This week's Big 3 dominated the music industry for the 90s...Bad Boy Records, Death Row Records, and Rocafella Records. We will break down the rise, dominance, and demise of these record labels. We'll also discuss the artists and albums that were produced from these labels. Join 12kyle and co-hosts VaEazy & DLuvhall. Don't miss it!
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Tonight on Death The Show your host Chuck Banks welcomes very special guest Andy Curtiss!
Andrew Curtiss spent his youth engaged training in several martial arts from Wrestling to Tae-Kwan-Do and Muay Thai Kickboxing. He joined the U.S. Army upon his graduation from high school. While serving in the Army in 1998 Andrew became involved in Mixed Martial Arts. While in the Army Andrew had served in the elite F. Company 51st Infantry unit as an Infantry Paratrooper scout and was later specially selected and trained as a Green Beret. Andrew is a decorated veteran of the Global War on Terror who was nominated for one of the nations highest awards for valor; the Silver Star. Andrew was awarded the Bronze Star with a "V" device. Andrew left service in the Army in 2007 and later rejoined the professional sport of Mixed Martial Arts in 2008. In 2010 his book 1984 Redux Say Hello to Big Brother was published by Authorhouse. This book is a political commentary done in an op ed style. It was during his research and writing of 1984 Redux that Mr. Curtiss found his calling as a Libertarian leaning American Constitutionalist. 1984 Redux highlights America's descent into tyranny and the spiral to a police state. In 2011 he published an Amazon Kindle Only work titled "Economic Collapse: The warning signs, impact on America, 42 things you should buy before it's too late; and how to develop a survival plan". This work was based on the hypothetical theory of an American Economic collapse. Andrew Curtiss has two columns on Examiner.com; "The Fort Worth Libertarian Examiner" and "The Fort Worth Martial Arts Examiner". He is a tactical training consultant for the US government and free lance police trainer specializing in small unit tactics, close quarters combat, combatives and defensive tactics.
To learn more Andrew Curtiss visit his website at http://www.knife-and-h2h-combat.com/
Good Morning and Welcome to the Seriouside of the jrilshow. Today, we will be discussing the following topics:
ABOVE THE LAW: In 1988, Steven Segal starred in the hit thriller "ABOVE THE LAW". Don't focus on the movie, focus on the title
THE LORETTA LYNCH NOMINATION: It has been a 134 days since Loretta Lynch was nominated for Attorney General, but as usual, the GOP has blocked the nomination. Why? Who knows..,but we have a good guess!
THE DEATH PENALTY: Why are we concerned how a vicious murderer is put to death?
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