• 00:51

    Stained Glass Rainbows: Interview with Kent Williamson

    in Religion

    Kent Williamson is the director of several documentary films, including "Rebellion of Thought" and his latest, "Stained Glass Rainbows" which looks at the issue of homosexuality and the Christian church.

    Join Keith Giles as he talks to Kent about this new film.

  • 01:06

    Life Between the Rainbow and Stained Glass

    in Politics Progressive


    Kent C. Williamson is the founder of Paladin Pictures, Inc. (aka Paladin Media Group), a film and video production company in Charlottesville, Virginia. He is also the founder of the Community Films Foundation, a non-profit that connects filmmakers with mission organizations who need help telling the stories, and earless rabbit, the online television network for Charlottesville. Kent produced and co-directed the non-controversial feature film When Love Walks In, directed the highly-controversial documentary Rebellion of Thought, and is currently in post on the extremely-controversial documentary Stained Glass Rainbows. He lives with his bride and six kids along the Blue Ridge Mountains of Virginia.

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  • 00:31

    Stained glass hobbies

    in Hobbies

    Stained glass is a fun way to spend some time. Beautiful projects are easy to create, and they can even serve as gifts or replacement for windows in the home.
    This encore presentation is from April 2013. Post in America's Dental Hygienist on Face Book to talk about stained glass as a hobby.

    Host: Shirley Gutkowski
    Producer: Shirley Gutkowski


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  • 00:52

    The Week In Reviews - LA Stained Glass Artisan Mark Levy

    in Culture

    I love Stained Glass, so it is a real treat to talk to a master of the art. Mark Levy is based in Los Angeles, but his works adorn buildings in many otherplaces. With decades of experience under his belt there is little that he does not know about the world of glass as an art form, While we will certainly be discussing a little about his backgrond in this wonderful medium, we will be focusing on one particular Public Art example that adorns Fire Station 78 in Studio City. How does a work of great beauty find its way into a building as fuctional as a Fiire Station?

    I have yet to meet anyone that doesn't love stained glass, my initiation was in religious locals, places of worship, but when you start to look, stained glass can be found everywhere.

  • 00:31

    Friday - In the Cottage - Stained Glass

    in Hobbies

    Relax. It's been a long week of exposing problems, and fishing for good workable answers. Let's talk about hobbies and things people do to work out the rest of their brain. Can exercising be relaxing? Does relaxing require being in an awake state? Can you be relaxing if you're chopping wood or cooking? What is relaxing anyway?
    Guests will help us find new ways to get out of the work a day rut and expose relaxation from wall climbing to napping.
    Today's guest helps us discover stained glass as an artform. Join in to find out more!

  • 00:33

    Spiritual View - God saves and God hears!

    in Religion

    Isaiah 59:1-7, “Surely the arm of the Lord is not too short to save, nor his ear too dull to hear. But your iniquities have separated you from your God; your sins have hidden his face from you, so that he will not hear. For your hands are stained with blood, your fingers with guilt. Your lips have spoken falsely, and your tongue mutters wicked things. No one calls for justice; no one pleads a case with integrity. They rely on empty arguments, they utter lies; they conceive trouble and give birth to evil. They hatch the eggs of vipers and spin a spider’s web. Whoever eats their eggs will die, and when one is broken, an adder is hatched. Their cobwebs are useless for clothing; they cannot cover themselves with what they make. Their deeds are evil deeds, and acts of violence are in their hands. Their feet rush into sin; they are swift to shed innocent blood. They pursue evil schemes; acts of violence mark their ways.

  • 00:57

    The Organized Gift Giver

    in Self Help

    As the official kick-off to the holiday shopping season nears are you wondering what to get that someone special for Christmas without bringing more stuff in their home and life?  Join me and returning guest Beth Macy as she shares tips to be an organized gift giver and not create more clutter for those on your Christmas list.

    Beth is a successful consultant in the high technology sector, having worked for such companies as Lotus Development, Apple Computer and IBM. She is also a talented artist with her works in collections from New York to Australia. She is also a Licensed Mental Health Counselor (LMHC). Beth's creativity extends into many areas: writing, stained glass, oil painting and acrylics. Based in Massachusetts, she is currently working on a sequel to Many Worlds, Many Years.

    This podcast’s sponsor is Audible.com a leading provider of audio entertainment and information.  Listen to audiobooks whenever and wherever you want. Get a free book when you sign up for a 30 day free trial at www.audibletrial.com/getorganized

  • 00:31

    Decorative Art Glass and Mirror Designs

    in Design

    Hello Folks,

    & We invite you to join in with us tonight as we discuss Tempered Art Glass, Glass Art, & Mirror Wall Designs! Glass is a very exciting design element as it brings alot of sparkle and pizzaz to your interior, and we  also talk about stained glass designs, and various glass applications. So tune in with us for exciting ways to enhance your home.

    See Ya Tonight!

  • 00:30

    Inside Visual Artist: Josie Gonzalez

    in Art

    Born in New York City to Puerto Rican/Boriken parents, as a young artist Josie Gonzalez interned with Cityarts Mural Workshop, and apprenticed with artist Jorge Soto Sanchez at Taller Boricua in East Harlem, New York, while completing her BA in fine arts at Queens College. Her paintings and mixed media works have been exhibited in numerous NY galleries, including the Lehman, Rush and Point, as well as at the Metropolitan Museum of Art.   Recent works include the MTA  “Children at Play’, stained glass windows at the Woodlawn Avenue station in 2006 in the Bronx; FBHC’s ‘Jacob’s Place’ mural in 2008 at the Jacob’s Place building in the Bronx. Gonzalez has received numerous community awards. 

  • 01:04

    Deepertruth: Totus Tuus! Eucharistic Miracle of Santarem, Portugal 1247

    in Religion

    According to the date recorded in the document commissioned by King Alphonsus IV in 1346, on February 16, 1266, in Santarem, a young woman,  overcome with jealousy for her husband, consulted sorceress who told her to go to the church and steal a consecrated Host to use for a love potion.  The woman stole the Host and hid it in a linen cloth which immediately became stained with Blood.  Frightened by this, she ran home and opened the kerchief to see what had happened.  To her amazement, she saw that Blood was dripping from the Host.  The confused woman stored the Host in a drawer in her bedroom.  That night the drawer began to emit brilliant rays of light which illuminated the room as if it were daytime.  The husband was also aware of the strange phenomenon and questioned his wife, who was obliged to tell him everything.


  • 00:35

    Sacred Geometry

    in Self Help

    Since ancient times, people have believed that specific shapes hold spiritual significance: hexagons, triangles, circles and squares. And since there is no such thing as a perfectly straight line in nature, shapes found in the natural world have often been used in religious and spiritual practices and architecture. Catholic churches often have stained glass windows in the shape of a rose, Central American cultures revered the spiral found in shells and fern fronds, and the shape of glittering stars at night have been used by everyone! In Hindu practices it is believed that focusing on shapes can actually carry you into another dimension, a place to access the higher mind. Is this just superstition, or is there really something to it? Call in with your questions and comments to this live broadcast.

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