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We're tackling the much under-talked about design dilemma: How do you design for litter boxes and diaper pails?
So we're asking the question: When it comes to litter boxes and diaper pails, where do you put the poop without compromising design?
HGTV designer Genevieve Gorder is sharing her perspective on the unglamorous quandary. Genevieve designs for her new series Genevieve’s Renovation. You can also catch her on Dear Genevieve, HGTV Star, A Hero’s Welcome Home, and hosting HGTV’s White House Christmas Specials. Off air, Genevieve designs for a diverse group of clients and companies ranging from her collection at Capel Rugs, ships with Royal Caribbean, hotels, restaurants, private clients, and her new lifestyle web series A Well Designed Life on ulive.com.
Married designers and founders of AphroChic, Jeanine Hays & Bryan Mason, are experts at design that embraces culture and the unique admixture of the traditional and the contemporary that helps to define us all. Jeanine and Bryan have been featured on Good Morning America, and in The New York Times, The Philadelphia Inquirer, The Washington Post, Elle Decor, EBONY and more.
Dinah Wulf is the creator of DIYInspired.com, mom to a 3-year-old daughter, and loves to repurpose and decorate. She's contributed to magazines, named one of Mashable’s Moms Full of Inspiring Advice, and partnered with some fabulous brands including Jo-Ann Fabric and Crafts, Home Depot and 3M DIY. She's also a part of Martha’s Circle, a network of DIY blogs chosen by Martha Stewart’s Editors.
YOUTH EMPOWERMENT/POLICE INTERACTION
Black Men are being beaten and killed by cops all across the nation. Many of them are young men who are just starting their lives and are already disadvantaged.
Empowering our youth will help them make better decisions when dealing with the police, but also help them to avoid situations where the police have to be involved.
Empowering our youth also means providing them with the tools to interact with police that will decrease the chances of a negative outcome.
Police must be held accountable for their actions, but our youth must also be given tools to help them understand how to interact with police.
This week on "The Bridge" Radio, Special Guest Lloyd Scott will share his experience as an LAPD officer and take us inside proactive interaction with cops and ways to empower our youth.
Scott is a Christian Minister and a 26 year veteran of the Los Angeles Police Department. Fifteen of those years were spent as a Gang Intervention Liaison, developing and implementing the city's gang intervention program. Observing the dangers young men of color face, he now focuses on uplifting and restoring youth through empowerment methods, including directing them to services available to them. He also provides key information on interacting with police, so that youth can navigate their way through police interactions with the goal of more positive and safe exchanges.
At 4pm Pacific Time on Sunday, Join Host Darryl James and Co-Hosts, Tracy Powell, Marcus Legall III, Dr. John Hamilton & DJ Gates on one of the smartest radio shows on the Internet.
Tune in each Sunday at 4PM Pacific Time for "The Bridge," a smarter radio show.
Call in and add your view! (347) 857-2846 to listen LIVE and/or comment!
The thermometer showed a 103.5-degree fever, and her 10-year-old’s asthma was flaring up. Mary Bolender, who lives in Las Vegas, needed to get her daughter to an emergency room, but her 2005 Chrysler van would not start.
The cause was not a mechanical problem — it was her lender.
Ms. Bolender was three days behind on her monthly car payment. Her lender, C.A.G. Acceptance of Mesa, Ariz., remotely activated a device in her car’s dashboard that prevented her car from starting. Before she could get back on the road, she had to pay more than $389, money she did not have that morning in March.
“I felt absolutely helpless,” said Ms. Bolender, a single mother who stopped working to care for her daughter. It was not the only time this happened: Her car was shut down that March, once in April and again in June.
This new technology is bringing auto loans — and Wall Street’s version of Big Brother — into the lives of people with credit scores battered by the financial downturn.
Tough times often produce unknown courage and strength. Most come out on the other side with a great deal more knowledge and understanding. Yet, while going through the struggles, many people injured in car accidents need encouragement through some of the hard times. Nothing is better than talking with someone who has navigating these trouble waters. The wisdom, knowledge, and support can change outcomes and make the pain and suffering a bit more tolerable.
Yes, you can make it after a car accident. Back to a life that brings pleasure, joy, and challenges which creates growth. Join me, ESTRA today in this discussing this topic.
You've got to do it! Everyone wants to feel safe but when paid peacekeepers become the one that causes panic who else is there to call? Next 2RAW4TV we talk about the resistance movement against police corruption. Why do police keep crossing that thin blue line? At what point does law enforcement become TERRORISM? COUNTER POLICE TERRORISM today and preserve you human rights!
Teenage rap colossus, S-Live, steps in the 2RAW4TV studio to talk social media, music, and what keeps him LIVE.
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IT SEEMS THAT THE POLICE GOT CRAZY IN THE PAST 5 YEARS ! A LOT OF PEOPLE HAVE BEEN KILLED OVER NOTHING BY THE SO CALLED PEACE KEEPERS .
THEN TO ADD TO IT. THE COURT SYSTEM IS BULLSHIT WHEN YOU WALK IN TO COURT YOU GOT TO DEAL WITH CRAZY PROATUTERS. (THATS A JOKE ) LOL
THEN A RETARDED JUDGE THAT IS A NUT CASE THAT THINKS YOU ARE THE SCUM OF THE EARTH SO THEY TREAT YOU LIKE THAT !
EVEN SO IF YOU GOT TO GO WITH A PUBIC PRETENDER YOU KNOW YOU ARE FU-ED. AND ALWAYS REMBER THE STATE IS THE VICTIM
WHAT A JOKE HOW LONG WILL IT TAKE FOR WE THE PEOPLE TO WAKE UP NOT GET WOKE UP. ITS TO LATE
Are policemen keeping us safe or killing our young black people? What effect should high profile cases like that of Mike Brown, Jordan Davis, and Trayvon Martin have on the minds of blacks and black men especially?
Todd Harrison of Concerned Black Men Inc. joins as Special Guest.
As always, we will discuss police brutality and the recent shooting incidents with unarmed civilians
Tonight we'll feature "Ask a Cop!" with an ex-cop who is well versed on police procedure, at about 9 pm.
Please call in with your questions and your stories of police abuse. Let the discussion be lively and civil!
in Self Help
Repetitive Problems, Albert Einstein and a Big Chunk of Poop…
Thursday October 9, 2014 @1 pm… Healthy Mind & Body radio asks this question… WHAT DO THOSE THINGS HAVE TO DO WITH ONE ANOTHER?
The answer is two-fold. They have absolutely nothing to do with one another and yet, they HAVE EVERYTHING TO DO with one another.
CONFUSED? INTRIGUED? Good.
Join me today @ 1pm and let’s chat about how REPETITIVE PROBLEMS will stay with you or even BECOME GENERATIONAL PROBLEMS or what some peole call FAMILY CURSES unless you DO SOMETHING ABOUT THEM.
If you’d like to ask a question or be on the show CALL – 818-668-5406
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I’ll talk to you then,
As protests continue in Ferguson, MO over the fatal shooting of Michael Brown by officer Darren Wilson, and in the wake of another fatal officer involved shooting in the St Louis area last week, we'll be talking about Ferguson and police in the community in general.
Not all cops are bad. Police put their lives on the line every day. Even a routine traffic stop is a crap-shoot and can quickly go bad, and those of us who have not stood in a police officer's shoes don't know what it's like, what kids of split-second decisions he/she needs to make.
Last week, in Emmett Township, MI, a police officer pulled over a driver who's child was not in a car seat. Upon hearing the mother could not afford a car seat, Officer Ben Hall bought her one, rather than write a ticket.
Last month, in Independence, MO, a 17-year-old boy was tasered by police during a traffic stop and remains in the hospital in critical condition.
How do we build trust between the police, sworn to protect and serve, and the community?
Are you on the ground in Ferguson? We want to hear from you.
Are you a police officer? We want to hear from you.
Please listen and call 347-850-8445 to join the conversation
Live interviews with NASCAR Whelen Southern Modified Tour champion Andy Seuss and ARCA Midwest Tour champion Ty Majeski headline an all-new edition of the Stock Car Steel/SRI Motorsports Show tonight at 7 PM Eastern on Speed77 Radio powered by Race Chaser Online.
ARCA Racing Series SCOTT Rookie Challenge leader Austin Wayne Self and newly-announced driver for Ben Kennedy Racing Kaz Grala in the NASCAR K&N Pro Series East will also join the program live to talk about their upcoming plans for the 2015 season.
Co-hosts Jacob Seelman and Tom Baker will bring all of the latest news from the worlds of pavement late model, modified and regional touring series racing to the table as they broach Christian PaHud's breakthrough K&N West win and Greg Pursley's near-stranglehold on a second West title, the upcoming PASS South event at Orange County Speedway, Erik Jones' second-straight Winchester 400 win and more!
Special analysts Kyle Magda and Kyle Souza return to the program as well, talking all of the latest news from the ARCA Racing Series and the New England short track scene.
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