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  • 00:56

    Amy Herzog, Author of Knit, Wear, Love

    in Hobbies

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  • 01:19

    2 Knit Lit Chicks Podcast with Barb and Tracie

    in Knitting

    2 Knit Lit Chicks Podcast with Barb and Tracie


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    Buffalo Wool Co.
    Green Mountain Spinnery

  • 00:38

    Welcome DeRoyale To The NTUNED Afternoon Mix-Up

    in Indie Music

    DeRoyale has mastered the recipe for success, with every component necessary to be instantly thrust among the elite in his craft. Charisma he’s got it, stage presence he’s got it, lyrics he’s got it, hard work ethic he’s got it, that competitive killer instinct he’s got it!


    Musical torture in the name of radio play and club bangin’ anthems free of all creativity and soul is what we as true fans of hip-hop/rap have been subjected to in this modern era. Today’s music lacks cultural diversity, originality and passion. It seems the idea of an actual artist has all but been terminated. The constant stream of one-hit wonders and copy-cat performers hijacking the beats and themes of their fellow “artists” leaves the real admirers of goodmusic, and I’m not referring to the record label, finding few if any representatives of this dying art-form. Angelo Rohra aka De Royalestrives to be the voice of a lost generation hoping to find creativity and raw emotion in their ear buds once again. Emerging from a unique background a young artist born in the USA and bred through an exceptional set of circumstances and personal triumphs arrives.


    Since the age of 5 his love for music was apparent. While other children his age focused their attentions on everyday life he found himself listening to the sounds of the world around him. A true musician he carries the distinction of being well versed in multiple instruments, including: the piano, bass and electric guitar. He has always had an excellent support system composed of a close knit group of family and friends. Blessed with a loving mother, father and older brothers he values their love above all else. Even with their love and support his life was not without its own struggles.


     


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  • 00:49

    Ready, Set, Knit with Kathy and Steve Elkins of WEBS

    in Knitting

    Ready, Set, Knit with Kathy and Steve Elkins of WEBS


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    Indian Lake Artisans
    Decade by Drew Emborsky
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    Kristin Omdahl Bamboo So Fine
    Buffalo Wool Co.
    Green Mountain Spinnery

  • 02:00

    Hales Franciscan High Starts School Year Offering Scholarships

    in Women

    Historic Catholic High School Hales Franciscan ended last semester on a tentative note, with fears it may be closing, but valiant efforts from alumni along with new Board Chairman Melody Spann Cooper, President and CEO of WVON Radio Station, the school has remained opened. It's $7,500 yearly tuition cost will be supplemented by scholarships in the amount of $3,500 for incoming Freshman. There are still 20 more slots available for Freshmen enrolled. Today, the Principal of Hales Franciscan High School, Dr. Nichole Jackson, discusses her vision to make this school one of Chicago'a premier learning academies. We're also joined by three current students, Nick McKenzie, Dakhaari Ingram, and Alfred Lott, all seniors, who explain the benefits of learning with a small, close knit student body where each student receives personalized attention from the teacher and administration.


     

  • 00:58

    Moogly Crochet Knit World Domination

    in Knitting

    Tamara the master mind beind the crochet knit world domination site www.Mooglyblog.com is joining Marly to talk about her website and how she got into the business! 


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    Craftsy
    Indian Lake Artisans
    Fiesta Yarns
    Decade by Drew Emborsky
    Love of Knitting
    Love of Crochet
    Bijou Basin Ranch
    KnitCrate
    Buffalo Wool Co.
    Green Mountain Spinnery

  • 01:55

    Sananda, Ashtar and Team Leader Take Us to the Arcturian Mothership

    in Spirituality

    Tonight will be a very special Healing for Ascension show!


    Sananda and Kathryn will take us to the Arcturian mothership where we will meet with our Galactic Federation healing teams which include the Arcturian liasons who so diligently offer us healing and upliftment during our excursion to the magnificent 5th dimensional ship.  This is the ship that is currently parked over the North Pole.  They want us to know the portal is open at all times for all of us to ask for healing.


    Team Leader, the head of Christine's Arcturian team, will come to teach us of the expanding expertise they have developed in recent months as a result of working with the Temple of Light family.  Their Higher Selves are now in the final stages of recovering from the severe injuries they incurred as a result of the scalar attacks months ago.


    It has been a challenging and inspiring time of growth, new discoveries and deepening friendships.  Team Leader wishes to share with all of us how dedicated the Arcturians are to our current de-programming and healing project.  He will introduce us to the Galactic teams and teach everyone to make contact with their White Brotherhood medical team, which works closely with the Arcturians to provide a closely knit family of healers, mentors and loving helpers, all of whom are completely dedicated to our healing and Ascension.


    Come with your healing questions for the Arcturian teams, and be ready to open to a new phase of Galactic cooperation and friendship.


     


     

  • 01:11

    Love in Every Stitch with Lee Gant

    in Self Help

    Coach Cafe' Radio is thrilled to welcomes Lee Gant for our next Enlightened Conversation! 


    In her inspiring book, Love in Every Stitch: Stories of Knitting and Healing, master knitter, teacher, and widely published knitwear designer Lee Gant shares real-life stories about the power of knitting.

    The stories Lee shares about herself and fellow knitters from around the world illustrate how each stitch and purl can comfort and calm, heal and renew. A suicidal teenager crochets through pregnancy. A dying woman finds comfort in the company of knitters. A woman finds the courage to face her estranged parents. A woman going blind realizes she can still knit — and experience life. And Lee’s life, riddled with more than just anxiety, has at last become stable and productive. This book includes stories of women, men, and teens who have experienced profound change and enlightenment through knitting and crochet.


    Here's what people are saying about Love in Every Stitch- "Lee Gant brings us stories from the edge of suffering, marked by addiction, violence and grief. Why venture into this terrain? On the other side we experience the tangible feel of yarn, hands moving with knitting needles and the comfort of a shared passion. Love in Every Stitch: Stories of Knitting and Healing demonstrates Gant's deep love for the craft of knitting, how knitting offered a healing balm in her recovery, as well as helping countless others. As someone who believes in the potency of the arts, Gant offers another view through her testimony to knitting's therapeutic powers, so simple yet profound."
    —Adriana Marchione, expressive arts therapist and teacher, creator of When the Fall Comes, a film on love, loss and art.


    You can find Lee Gant at-www.leegantknits.com


    visit Coach Cafe'- www.coachcaferadio.com


     

  • 00:52

    Edie Eckman Knit and Crochet

    in Knitting

    Edie Eckman Knit and Crochet: Edie considers herself bi-craftsy and is a diplomat for both knitting and crochet. Find more about Edie at www.EdieEckman.com 


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    Green Mountain Spinnery
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  • 01:00

    JANANI: new alt rock from Orlando. Bellehouse: down home music with a NYC kick

    in Music

    JANANI is an alternative rock band from Orlando, Florida led by Janani Vaidyanathan (lead vocals), with Nathan Hockett (guitar) and Erick Campos (bass). The band was formed by Vaidyanathan and Campos in 2010 and released  their  debut album, Hey! Mister! In 2010, recorded with Jeremy Birdsall at Kavode Records. Hey! Mister!, their first single, has been heard on radio stations in Canada and Orlando. The music video for Hey! Mister! was selected to air by Comcast and Indie Music Channel. JANANI's music has also been featured in DIRECTTV's documentary, Gone Until December.. Janani joins us Friday with some new songs.


    Formed in 2013 and currently based in Brooklyn, the 5-piece band Bellehouse is between down-home roots music and intellectual folk-rock. Bellehouse delivers a sound that embraces a variety of genres — from Celtic traditional and folk revival to soul and Motown. The close-knit group consists of Jess Taylor Clinton (vocals, guitar, songwriting), Sarah Elizabeth Haines (vocals, viola), Catie Friel (vocals), Nick Lenchner (bass) and Ryan Gross (banjo, vocals). Bellehouse released their second single, “Breakaway Town,” from their upcoming, debut self-titled EP which will be out early this summer. Bellehouse joins us Friday and barings their new songs

  • 01:03

    The Ties I Have For My Soul

    in Religion

    And it came to pass, when he had made an end of speaking unto Saul, that the soul of Jonathan was knit with the soul of David. andJonathan loved him as his own soul