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  • 02:01

    Grave Sucking and Cursed Jewelry

    in Spirituality

    What is Grave Sucking and why are Christians performing this when plainly it is divination much like the Kundalini false anointing?


    Do you have jewelry that is making you sick?


    Is your family in turmoil ever since you came back from your vacation and brought back artifacts into your home from another country?


    Are supernatural things happening in your home after buying antiques or inherited them from your parents or grandparents?


    Does there seem to be a curse or spell (Vex) on you and your family no matter what you do to make things better?


    Join Julie Flores and Scott Hensler as they go over these issues and give advice on what to do!

  • 00:52

    January Jones-Mother's Day Energy Jewelry

    in Paranormal

    January Jones-White Light-Energy Nurse


    Carolyn Green shares in this interview the launch of her new jewelry line composed of original crystals and one of a kind items that will be unique and special gifts for Mother’s Day at www.theenergynurse.com


    Carolyn Green, The Energy Nurse, RN, certified life coach, energy medical practitioner, sharing her White Light experiences is the author of, Getting To Know You: Guided Pearls of Wisdom for a More Soulful Experience. Her book is based on 18 channeled guidances to help re-establish healthier thought patterns.


    Carolyn has been a registered nurse since 1983, with experience in medical/surgical, and pre/postoperative care.  She is married to Chiropractor Dr. Adlai Green, and together they have been working at their wellness center outside of Orlando, Fla. for 34 years. 


    Carolyn trained and is certified in several forms of energy medicine, with a concentration on Healing Touch that is accredited by the American Holistic Nurse's Association.

  • 01:08

    Alzerina Gomes On How To Style With Jewelry and Fashion Accessories

    in Lifestyle

    April showers brings May 13th's episode of Alzerina Gomes on Y-CLAD CHAT. Alzerina will chat-it-up with the girls KC, Cailin and Lisa on how to floss jewels and accessories like a lady.  Alzerina designs jewels that are complemented by the sparkle and luster of Swarovski elements. Her designs of glamorous and colorful jewelry have garnered a huge following. Each piece unique and fashioned by hand are worn by Hollywood starlets. Curious to know who's wearing Alzerina? Well, tune in. 


    Also on our show is an amazing "How To" - How to achieve style no matter what type of girl you are! And, how to achieve ultimate glamour for nights out, chic style for first dates, dazzle on an interview and how to create YOUR ultimate look. We'll chat up events and fashion news and give you the latest on the ENK/Accessorie Shows, as well as, up coming events in your area.


    And of course our weekly designer feature:


    Designer Feature1: The La Mer Sage Washed Jasper Stones Wrap Watch. Part of Y-Clad's La Mer Collection is this signature watch that has an extra long sage washed leather watch strap topped with gold plated rivets, a square IP gold watch case, multiple antique brass finished stainless steel chains, pearl Swarovski crystal chains, Jasper stones and copper beads.


    Designer Feature 2: Crystal Skyline Necklace by Alzerina. This magnificent necklace is made of satin and encrusted with Swarovski Crystals and finished with a leather and hand-stitched edge.


    Listen live right here on Blog Talk Radio/Y-CLADCHAT on Wednesday May 13th at 7p EST.

  • 00:27

    April 29th - what's up and making a difference

    in Radio


    "take action" reports -- feel free to call in and share who you emailed or called and what happened
    guest interview - from a very cool non-profit organization
    fake commercial
    good idea or news items
    council meeting recaps (from at least Provo and possibly other Utah cities; please call in
    personal making a difference storie
    local issue - what to do about it
    state/national issue(s) - what to do about it
    if there's time, more comedy or good idea segments

  • 00:54

    Metalsmith Benchtalk with Jewelry Artist, Writer and Teacher Julia Lowther

    in Art

     


     


    Our guest on Metalsmith Benchtalk on Thursday May 21st, 2015 at 3:00 pm PST is jewelry artist Julia Lowther.


    We invite you to listen to this LIVE interview and participate in this live interview by logging onto the chatroom on Blogtalkradio.com or by sending a message to Whaley Studios via Facebook, Instagram or Twitter.  


     


    About Julia:


    "I was born in rural Virginia. At 8, I moved with my family to the remote Quaker community of Monteverde in the tropical mountains of Costa Rica. If things broke, you fixed them, if you needed something you didn’t have, you created it out of what you did have or did without it. From this up bringing I inherited a delight in the engineering puzzles of inventing and building, and an easy patience with the general processes of making things.


     


    Growing up, my hands were always busy with embroidery, crocheting, weaving, and other fiber arts. I received professional instruction in painting and drawing as well, but only discovered metal work and jewelry when I moved to Seattle, Washington in 1996. Early in my experiments with metal I gravitated to chains.  The manual dexterity gained from decades of handwork and needlework served me well, and translated nicely to linking and knitting with wire.


     


    Today I still live in Seattle, now writing articles and teaching classes on chain making, with work showcased in numerous books & magazines."


    Website   ShoeBoxStudio


     


     

  • 01:00

    Metalsmith Benchtalk with Metalsmith and Jewelry Artist April Wood

    in Art

    Our guest on Metalsmith Benchalk on Thursday, May 14th, 2015 at 3:00 pm PST is metalsmith and jeweler April Wood.


     Please join us for this live interview and participate by logging into the chat-room or by sending a message to Whaley Studios via Facebook, Instagram or Twitter. 


    About:


    April Wood received her BFA in Studio Art-Metals from Texas State University in San Marcos and her MFA from Towson University. She is a co-founder of the Baltimore Jewelry Center, where she teaches and manages the studio. Prior to her work with the Baltimore Jewelry Center, she taught at the Maryland Institute College of Art, the Corcoran College of Art and Design, Texas State University – San Marcos, Towson University, Penland School of Crafts, and Idyllwild Arts. She exhibited her work as part of the Jackalope Collective at SIERAAD International Art Jewelry Fair in Amsterdam in November 2013. In 2012, she had a solo exhibition at the Austin Museum of Art and from 2009 to 2012, her work was part of a traveling exhibition of contemporary feminist art entitled A Complex Weave: Women and Identity in Contemporary Art. She has been the recipient of three Maryland State Art Council Individual Artist Awards (2009 – Sculpture, 2010 - Works on Paper, 2012 – Crafts). Her work has been published in Metalsmith, Surface Design Journal, and Sculpture magazines.


     


    Learn more about April by visiting her website or Facebook Page. 

  • 01:28

    Y-CLAD CHAT: BizBash President Richard Aaron & Jewelry Designer Durrah Khalil

    in Lifestyle

    On Wednesday April 22nd Y-CLADchat will have guests: Richard Aaron, President of BizBash Media and Associate Professor at NYU Center for Hospitality in a live interview call. Richard is and esteemed award-winning professional. He manages all tradeshows, conferences and award shows anually for Biz Bash's organization. Richard is slated to have an in depth conversation with host KC Benain on Big Events and Big Event Planning. This is a segment you won't want to miss!


    Live in our studio will be Durrah Khalil, A London based jewelry designer. We will discuss her new collections, the inspiration behind them and find out the inside scoop on Durrah Jewellery.


    Also live in our studio is The Network, a creative agency. They will be dropping in to give us the inside happenings and deets of their upcoming event Flavor’s Night Out which happens to be taking place this coming Thursday at Y-Clad's Hidden Gem.


    This will be a very special show for both event professionals and fashion industry folks.


    Y-Clad Chat begins at 7 p.m. EST.

  • 00:43

    Women Making Sense of Sex (and everything else) at Sixty

    in Women

    Join Iris and Priya for another candid and inspiring conversation about what we women face as we go into the wisdom years of our lives after menopause. Today's episode is about the importance of creating strong bonds of sisterhood and learning how to communicate with eachother in ways that support deep and meaningful connection and transofrmation.

  • 01:00

    Metalsmith Benchtalk: Past Favorites with Enamel Jewelry Artist Michael Romanik

    in Art

    This Thursday, May 7th, 2015  at 3 p.m. PST on MetalSmith BenchTalk we'll go back into the archives for a Past Favorites epiosde with artist Michael Romanik. Since 1992, Michael has created production, 'limit-production' and one-of-a-kind cloisonne' enamel jewelry. 


     


    About: As a student studying enameling in art school, I became intrigued with the technique of cloisonne', creating linear designs and images with flat wire embedded between layers of colored granular glass. This was my first introduction to enameling. In my pursuit to learn more about this medium and wanting to perfect my skills with it, I spent many years researching and experimenting with this art form.


     


    Some early inspiration for my work was derived from my interest in the objects and images of ancient cultures: the grandeur of ancient Egypt, the colorful painted relief carvings on Mayan architecture, the symbols of the Celts. Recent inspiration comes from nature: the vibrant plumage of a songbird, the delicate markings of a butterfly wing, the gentle curve of a small branch. A new interest is the repetitive geometric patterns and motifs of Asian and Indian textiles.


     


    I was born in 1966 and raised in the Cleveland OH area.  My home and studio are in East Cleveland.  I am a 1989 graduate of the Cleveland Institute of Art with a BFA Degree in Drawing and minors in both Printmaking and Glass.  I am a recipient of a 2011 Creative Workforce Fellowship, generously funded by Cuyahoga Arts and Culture, The Community Partnership for Arts and Culture, and the residents of Cuyahoga County OH


     


    For more info, visit: http://www.michaelromanik.com/.

  • 01:59

    "Making The Shot" The Fundamentals of Firing the Shot by The Numbers 7:30 PM CST

    in Politics Conservative

    About twice a year we will do a show where we go over the skills and techniques required to make the shot. Tonight will be one of those shows.


    A refresher on using your sling during shooting. The shooting positions used by Riflemen, including steadu hold factors in the positions and how body geometry affects the shooter's position.


    "Natural Point of Aim", what it is, how to aquire it and shift it on to your target.


    Firing The Shot by the specific steps required to make the shot. Including the correct use of your sights and your relationship to them. How breathing affeccts the impact of the round on target, the physical and mental aspects of making the shot, trigger squeeze and what happens in the milliseconds after you squeeze the trigger. All of these things will affect the impact of the round downrange. These are not new or suddenly discovered steps, they have been figured out over the last 400 years of firearms use by Riflemen. 


    We will talk about the math of making the shot. Understanding the relationship between your sights, the impact of the round on the target and how to make corrections to your sights. The "black magic" of actually turning the buttons and knobs on your rifle.


    We will also discuss the shooters cadence whiile firing the shot, and the idea of shutting out everything in your universe except yourself, your rifle and the taget when shooting.


    The show welcomes callers and you can reach us by phone by dialing 347-308-8790


    Look forward to seeing you there!


    Scout

  • 01:01

    Metalsmith Benchtalk with San Francisco Jewelry Artist Sarah Graham

    in Art

     


    Our guest on Metalsmith Benchalk on Thursday, April 23rd, 2015 at 3:00 PM PST is San Fancisco jewerly artist, Sarah Graham. 


    Please join us for this live interview and participate by logging onto the chatroom or by sending a message to Whaley Studio's via Facebook Instgram or Twitter. 


    About Sarah:


    By incorporating innovative materials with her exceptional design sense, Sarah Graham creates jewelry that is unlike anything else; organic, textural, with a muted palate that is subtly feminine, yet substantial; unique, yet universal in its appeal. The natural inspiration behind the jewelry – whether cast directly from Jacaranda Pods and decayed wood or rendered in wax from a microscopic view of single cell marine organisms – gives her designs a texture and feel that makes them infinitely wearable. But it is the matte black finish of oxidized cobalt chrome juxtaposed with 18k yellow, rose and white gold, set with colored diamonds, that is its’ most eye-catching element.


    Sarah’s statement making jewelry is exciting and elegant with a constant stream of new designs flowing from her studio every year. This, along with Sarah’s unique combination of business and retail experience, traveling, a rigorous apprenticeship and her dedication to providing amazing customer service to her clients, ensure many more years of success for Sarah Graham Metalsmithing.


    Sarah is currently vice president of the American Jewelry Design Council. She currently resides in San Francisco , CA  and works with a staff of seven at her Dog Patch neighborhood studio.


    Website: http://sarahgraham.com