• 00:31

    Sarah Mallery and Sewing Can Be Dangerous

    in Books

    Teacher, author and quilt maker, Sarah Mallery, weaves us into the theme that threads together her short story collection, Sewing Can Be Dangerous.

  • 00:31

    Not Your Grandma's Sewing

    in Women

    Jennifer Michael is dynamic.  Funny.  Passionate.  Determined.  And busy!  She is the founder of CraftyStitches.com and is on a mission to remind and teach women and young girls that sewing is every bit a part of the STEM movement as anything else.  In fact, she was just invited to the White House (yes, THAT White House) as a representative of Etsy (yes, THAT Esty!) to talk about it.  Her products are beautiful and so is her vision.  Hang on as you listen in!  Now where is my sewing machine....

  • 01:00

    Abyss of Being showing Feb 17, 2015

    in Military

    This short film Abyss of Being is about how our love ones who come home from the war and have seen and experince the horros of war. PTSD is all shape sizes, male or female, we all suffer with our loves ones!


    Cloud MyKals and Byron James have written this heart gripping short film. It brought back my emotions as a veteran, and I am hoping all of your will come out for the showing on Feburary 17, 2015 at 7:00 pm and ends at 9:00 pm PCT.


    "When The War is Over The Battle for The Mind Begins"

  • 00:18

    The Business of Sewing Slipcovers

    in Education

    Meet Kim Newell of Kim's Uphostery Shop , Judith Ellis of JCE Sews 4U and Terese Bennett of  Cozy Cottage Slipcovers.com,  whom all own their own sewing businesses.
    Let's find out how they started their businesses, and why they started making slipcovers for furniture. Each will be teaching at the Slipcover Summit in Hickory, NC June 26 -29, 2012.

  • 00:46

    Ms.P Chat With Entrepreneur Agnieszka Dobosz

    in Entrepreneur

    European-born (Poland) spent some of childhood in Europe. Grew up in Chicago, later moved to Wisconsin, 13 years in Boston, moved to Seattle 3 years ago to continue graduate education Professional life: scientist/materials engineer working in nanotechnology R&D group in Seattle Business: too many hobbies. I live to make/create things. Interests developed in early childhood in my dad’s (engineer/carpenter) workshop. Soap love came from grandmother’s/mom’s love of all that’s simple and all that’s natural. Best soap recipes I have are from my grandma Greatest passions: woodworking, sewing, soap making, knitting How did the business started: search for perfect soap making aids. I didn’t own a house previously and I had no room for workshop setup. Since its purchase I have been remodeling it building furniture for it and working on other projects. I also had a space for a soap room. From there I came to realize that I needed molds easy to work with and ones in which I could create prettiest designs possible. My molds received such great feedback from fellow soapers that I decided to share them with others. When I became a vendor for Bramble Berry I realized that I have created something unique. It’s only beginning but we’ll see

  • 00:46

    Who Are You?

    in Entertainment

    Usually when most people are asked this question they tell you their job occupation, position in their families or they tell you their hobbies. Well, join Celebrities Events Host, Empress Chjazze Lewis to learn who she is & tell us who you are.

  • 03:05

    Quality of Life Radio Expo-Day 1

    in Self Help

    Join Nancy Reid & Lisa Smith – publishers of Big Blend Radio & TV Magazine, for Day 1 of Big Blend Radio’s special Quality of Life Radio Expo, airing live from the historic Coronado Motor Hotel in Yuma, Arizona.
    Featured Guests:
    - Meg Blackburn Losey, PhD – Author ‘THE CHILDREN OF NOW...EVOLUTION: How We Can Support the Fast-Forward Evolution of Our Children and All of Humanity’
    - Mae Edwards – Singer-songwriter, violinist, recording artist, author 'Starlette & Saint: A Memoir On Dualism’
    - Asher Fox, C.Ht,.Sc.B. – Author ‘Fat to Fearless: Enjoy Permanent Weight Loss and End Emotional Eating...For Good!’
    - Aggie Garcia – Fashion designer and owner of Illusions by Aggie discusses Sewing History.
    - Glynn Burrows - Norfolk Tours in England explains ‘Why Buy Local?’

  • 01:30

    The Set Apart Life Morning Show

    in Culture

    Join us for "THE SET APART LIFE Morning Show". This show is about what we do as Mothers, Sisters, Aunts and most of all  Daughters of The Most High Yah in our everyday lives. So join us every Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday mornings at 8:00 a.m. PST for he topic of the day. 


    Listen in as Emah Ahuvah Chana Baht Yah, Emah Hannah Baht Yah and our Baht in Yah, Asah Tirtsah BahtYah as we discuss the topic of the day with any special guest we may have. 


    Join us as and our special guest, Bernease Brown as we talk about herbs, and what they are good for.

  • 00:11

    Bill Martinez Live RAPID FIRE RADIO-down to your last Buck!!!

    in Politics

    Our topic for Rapid Fire was: W?HAT I DO WHEN I´M DOWN TO MY LAST DOLLAR???


    The guests we had on were: 


    #1 Jennifer Griffith. Jennifer has been most helpful and is a wife and a stay at home mom of five kids living in rural Arizona. She is active at her church and wr?ites novels including the book Big In Japan -a Romantic Comedy about a blond Texan who goes to Japan and accidentally becomes a sumo wrestler.  Jennifer´s  website is authorjennifergriffith.com  


    #2 CHARLES PATRICK-The Ohioianamerican Charles R. PATRICK is the originator of the "pull your damn pants up challenge"  which has over a million shares on Facebook and 75,000 hits on YouTube. He is also a comedian and has had his own TV talk show in Columbus Georgia


    #3-Laura Walker: Laura has been a wife and stay-at-home mom to six children for the past 15 years. During that time, she has learned many important money-saving skills, including cooking from scratch, home canning, sewing, and gardening. Her new book, Pierced by Love, published through Cedar Fort publications, was released in December.  Her website is: http://www.lauralwalker.com

  • 00:32

    Kim Robinson, Author, Among Other Things

    in Writing

    Kim Robinson's father, a tailor, inspired me. The first thing Kim ever made, a halter top, was the kind with the choker ring around the neck. She attached some yellow yarn as hair, buttons for eyes, and for lips, a red licorice. Sadly, the California sun melted the licorice all over the place, but every little girl in the neighborhood was exchanging their toys for one.


    In addition to continuing her sewing throughout high school, Kim was in the modeling club, where she, along with her friends showcased her designs. Remember, this was the late 70’s when Superfly and Cleopatra Jones were The Thang. Kim progress to making long coats and lace up pants out of recycled Levi’s. 


    Currently writing a story entitled Street Life to Housewife, Kim assures you that the title speaks for itself. The author of four other books near completion, one is best described as Murder she wrote for the hood.’ Kim's goal is to comlete an  eight-book series.


    She is close to completing God Ain’t Spelled Government. where the alumni of Dominguez High School, Class of '77 has leaked a government conspiracy at her twenty-year class reunion. The Government does not know to whom the conspiracy was leaked, Consequently, they Government set out to kill everyone who attended the reunion.


    Three books Kim rely upon. One is Green Pharmacy while the other is Live Right for Your Type. Her most important is The Holy Bible.

  • 00:37

    FASHION DESIGNER Simone Chanté

    in Entertainment

    Simone Chanté is a fashion designer with a flair for prints, color, and the exotic. A New Jersey native, her passion for clothing was apparent at a very young age. She partook in an assortment of art, sewing, design, and garment making courses throughout her youth. Simone earned a Bachelor’s of Fine Arts in Fashion Design with a minor in business from the Moore College of Art and Design in 2011. Her senior collection, an exotic African print inspired resort wear collection, was featured on Philadelphia fashion blogs as well as itsarkeedah.com, the Philadelphia Inquirer, and in the Emerging Designers III publication. Simone currently lives in New York City and has expanded her repertoire to include work as a stylist, visual merchandiser, and designer. In January of 2014, Simone launched her turban collection, Simone Chanté, which consists of multi-functional turbans hand-made in lush colors and prints. Simone is currently working towards a clothing line to compliment her turbans and exotic flare.


    Check out her site at etsy.com/shop/Simonechante


     


     

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