• 00:44

    Barn Goddess BBQ & More with Host Lori Frazee

    in Cooking

    Join Lori with a chat about Branding your team and it's identity.  This weeks show is sponsored by Swwet Smoke Q, Rec Tec Pellet Cooker, Mack Daddy Smokers, Royal Oak Charcoal, Cookinpellets.com, Everglades seasonings, Pirate 50 custom Artwork and trophies, and Juniors Rub 4 Grub!!!

  • 01:33

    Huedoku - Color Vision with Gabe Mott

    in Spirituality

    Gabriel Mott had a color awakening seven years ago that compelled him to fully immerse himself in the relationship of color, stripping away everything else from his art and falling into obsession with color.


     He created the Colorbox, an immersive art installation in which participants stepped inside a large box and controlled projections on all four walls. The Colorbox showed at TEDxMaui, The Maui Film Festival and was published in local media and the magazine Modern Luxury Hawaii. His color field artwork was selected into the juried Art Maui show two years in a row.


    The website he created, colorisrelative.com has over one million hits--  allowing visitors to discover interaction of color. www.huedoku.com


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    The Awakenings Radio Show is Your place for tips and insight to live a more fulfilling life, and your relationships. Learn how to attract healthy relationships, and how to create a life you really love. Awakenings broadcasts live every Wed. 12pm -1:30 pm PT   Call in for Intuitive Readings #347-539-5122 Michele answers questions about Awakening, Spirituality, Metaphysics and Self/Soul Development. Michele also answers listener questions from email, twitter and facebook On Air.


    Email awakeningsradio@gmail.com to have your questions answered or to share your insights On Air. 


     

  • 01:40

    The Biz With D: Interview w/ Ceaser & Dutchess (Black Ink Crew) + TK-N-Cash

    in Music

    Ceaser is the owner of Black Ink. Since he first acquired Black Ink in 2011, Ceaser has continued to expand his business and has worked on turning Black Ink into a brand. Born and raised in the Bronx, Ceaser struggled between the pull of the streets, and his passion for artwork. When his daughter, Cheyenne, was born, Ceaser decided that he wanted a better life for his daughter. Opening Black Ink changed Ceaser’s life forever. Now, Ceaser struggles to find the balance between running Harlem's only black-owned tattoo shop, his on-again/off-again relationship with Dutchess, and the drama that lives between the walls of his shop.Though his friends call Ceaser an "asshole" (he even has it tattooed on him), underneath the tough exterior is a guy with a big heart who knows how to keep it real.


    Dutchess is the only female tattoo artist at Black Ink, but that doesn’t keep her from being a force to reckon with. Dutchess is a Southern Belle from Lincolnton, North Carolina. She graduated at the top of her class and went on to receive a degree in Business Management. Whether it was her business skills or her eye for art, this sexy and powerful woman has had a hold on Ceaser’s heart from the beginning. Dutchess, who isn’t afraid to speak her mind, has had her up and downs with not only Ceaser, but with the other crew as well. However one thing's for sure…whether it comes to modeling gigs or to tattooing celebrity clientele, Dutchess makes sure that all eyes are certainly on her.


     

  • 01:30

    The Steven Knight Show | Atlanta Talk Radio

    in Pop Culture

    Monday on The Steven Knight Show they are live with the question of the day, sports, fashion, music, movie reviews and hot topics. Then they welcome San Diego based Hip-hop artist Leo Haze.  Plus Zig Gruz with Liberator Art Brand Inc (LAB) which is a manufacturing company that produces the artwork of talented emerging artists joins the team.   Don't miss it.  Monday, March 23, 2015 at 10PM EST only on EOTMRadio.com.



    Did you miss last weeks show? No worries, Download the free iTunes app and stream now.


    Follow The Steven Knight Show on Twitter @StevenKnightSho & Facebook @ The Steven Knight Show  -- Bookmark The SKS -- www.TheStevenKnightShow.com.


     

  • 02:01

    SHOULD WE KEEP RACIAL IMAGES IN OUR WORSHIP?

    in Lifestyle

    (NOTE: Today’s March 22, 2015 is a prerecorded repeat show on racial images in worship)


    Imam W. Deen Mohammed gave us C.R.A.I.D. early in his leadership (circa 1978) and it was quite effective. C.R.A.I.D. is an acronym for “COMMITTEE for the REMOVAL of ALL IMAGES that attempt to portray the DIVINE”.


    There is Facebook discussion on racial images in worship. This noble effort is investigating the best methods for reviving CRAID. What do you think about C.R.A.I.D. in today’s world?


    Another Facebook group I manage is titled "GIVE GOD NO COLOR." (https://m.facebook.com/groups/136138373208123)


    It has been widely received and opened the following exchange: 


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    Last winter one of our Focolare friends shared with me a beautiful report. While planning for their annual "Day of Christian Unity" the company that supplies the artwork for this special day sent them a very; as she described it, "a very white American looking image of Jesus." However due to her being a part of our FB group "GIVE GOD NO COLOR" and her love for our concern she called the supply company and told them that they could not accept such an image or any racial depictions. This is very significant. We thank Allah for bringing Imam W. Deen Mohammed and the blessed lady Chiara Lubrich and their respective communities together as ONE! This is a way to advance the message of C.R.A.I.D. to an audience that we could probably never reach.


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    Join WORDS MAKE PEOPLE on Sunday March 22, 2015 as we discuss C.R.A.I.D; its history and relevancy today. (NOTE: This is a prerecorded repeat show)


     

  • 01:00

    Making a difference daring to be me with Becky Robinson

    in Dreams

    Over ten years ago, I began designing one of kind handbags. Each pattern is cut from acrylic artwork on canvas. By combining fine art and fashion design, wearable artwork came to fruition.


    After learning more about Cheryl Ash-Simpson and her personal story captured in the documentary Sunshine, Noodles and Me,  I was compelled to create an art piece that would reflect her passion, dignity and commitment to celebrate life. The art piece painted is titled “Doorway to Recovery”.  Strength has been translated through warm colors and the vibrant pink brush strokes emphasize bold and beautiful.   This art piece is a symbol of a doorway to recovery and a pathway to perseverance. My goal is to continue to encourage and inspire others with my artwork.


    Throughout our lives we all have to take the first step towards happiness, healthiness, courage, love and peace of mind. We all have to enter a “Doorway” in order to start any and every personal journey.


    Thank you to everyone who made it possible for me as an artist to create this paintingon behalf of Sunshine, Noodles and Me! I am truly honored to be a part of such an amazing and inspirational event.


     


    Rebecca Robinson


               

  • 01:27

    Barn Goddess BBQ & More with Host Lori Frazee

    in Cooking

    Join Lori each week as she interviews food and BBQ Personalities from all over the country.  This week she chats with Robert Williams from Way to Q to catch up with him and talk about his Grand Championship from this past weekend. Also joining the show will be friend and fellow competitor, Steve Smith from Blazin' 7s, I have to have him on the show so I can get caught up with him. This weeks show is sponsored by Sweet Smoke Q, Rec Tec Pellet Cookers, Mack Daddy Smokers, Royal Oak Charcoal, Cookinpellets.com, Everglades Seasonings,Pirate 50 Custom Artwork and Trophies, and Juniors Rub for Grub.  Contact Lori direct for advertising and sponsorship opportunities either by email, lori@barngoddessbbq.com or give her a call 352-812-0258.

  • 00:15

    Footwear-Gab1940s

    in Fashion

     



    Gab1930s Footwear


    History of Footwear
    Footwear refers to garments worn on the feet, for fashion, protection against the environment, and adornment. Some cultures chose not to wear footwear, at least in some situations.


    Socks and other hosiery are typically worn between the feet and other footwear, less often with sandals or flip flops (thongs). Footwear is sometimes the subject of sexual fetishism, such as shoe fetishism or boot fetishism.


    Durable shoes are a relatively recent invention, though many ancient civilizations wore ornamental footwear. Many ancient civilizations saw no need for footwear. The Romans saw clothing and footwear as signs of power and status in society, and most Romans wore footwear, while slaves and peasants remained barefoot. The Middle Ages saw the rise of high-heeled shoes, also associated with power, and the desire to look larger than life, and artwork from that period often depicts bare feet as a symbol of poverty. Bare feet are also seen as a sign of humility and respect, and adherents of many religions worship or mourn while barefoot, or remove their shoes as a sign of respect towards someone of higher standing.


    In some cultures, people remove their shoes before entering a home. Some religious communities require people to remove shoes before they enter holy buildings, such as temples.


    Practitioners of the craft of shoemaking are called shoemakers, cobblers, or cordwainers.


    Source: Wikipedia

  • 01:16

    "Rumi Revealed"─Published, With Freydoon Rassouli

    in Art

    It is an honor to have Rassouli return as a guest whose book, "Rumi Revealed," was recently published.  He is an artist, author and one of those beings who can be described as a friend of the heart.  The artistic being, who is called Rassouli, is like the play of light on earth, for he is wonderfully creative and has mastered his medium to free him to be as creatively expressive as possible.  He has a deep regard for the psyche and its mysteries along with secrets of the subconscious and the unconscious for the crowning capability of humanity.   He surrenders to the process of spontaneous revelation in order to create and guide others to open their hearts, encouraging the creative path that allows them to discover the way to best be able to express their own uniqueness.  Rassouli is an artist flowing in the living stream and energy of the creative wonder of a true mystic and lives spontaneously through the experience of actively manifesting stunning artistic visions that exalt humanity and its potential.  Rassouli paints, writes and speaks, sharing his visions generously with others.  He has written many books regarding creativity along with collaborating with other authors and artists to share his artwork.  He is counted amongst some of the most gifted artists of light and the flickering shadows of passion and attraction streaming toward the brilliance of love pouring from the heart like vintage wine.


     


     

  • 02:38

    Working with the Spirit with Papa Lou presents: Special guest Darius James

    in Paranormal

    Join us Friday at 8pm EST as we welcome to the porch special guest Mr. Darius James. Mr. James co-wrote and starred in the 2012 documentary "The United States of Hoodoo".  This documentary is described as "A spiritual road trip to the sources of African American culture.  Turntable wizardry, mind blowing artwork and fascinating rituals-the old African Gods have taken on new forms since their arrival on North America's shores".  This is going to be a good show so be sure and tune in.  The call in number is (646) 564-9782

  • 01:01

    Free For All Friday!

    in Lifestyle

    Sabrina and Company have the microphone while Jill takes the day off!  You get your opportunity at the mic.  Sabrina will lend it and take it back as she feels works for the value of her show!  Come find out what life can be like.  Enjoy her artwork below!

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