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  • 00:30

    Tiny House Radio - Intro Show ..Call 914-338-0889

    in Lifestyle

    Welcome to "Tiny House Radio" and our introduction podcast.


    On Tiny House Radio we shall talk about everything possible when it comes to tiny houses, tiny house living, how to build a tiny house, and much much more.  We shall give you the latest "tiny house news", "tiny house build camps", and provide tiny house webinars, so if for some reason you can not attend a tiny house event you will be able to not miss out via your laptop, desktop, or smart phone.


    If you would like any topics connected to tiny houses, please contact us with your ideas and suggestions.  

  • 00:41

    Janis Ian's The Tiny Mouse, Fantasy Faire SL & Brain Pickings's Children Books

    in Current Events

    This is the final week of National Poetry Month. I've been trying to attend at least one literary event in the greater Boston area. I attended a reading by Author Maxine Hong Kingston. Today's episode will focus on Janis Ian's The Tiny Mouse, Fantasy Faire in SL, Brain Pickings's list of 15 children's books. This Sunday, I'm hosting a special two-hour poetry event with a fellow writer at Fantasy Faire 


    Poetry at Fantasy Faire, April 23-May 3


    Celebrating its seventh year, Fantasy Faire 2015 is the largest gathering of fantasy designers, enthusiasts, roleplayers and performers in the virtual world. From Thursday, April 23 to Sunday May 3, treat yourself to eleven days of shopping, live music concerts, auctions, hunts, events and roleplaying as thousands of Second Life residents and creators bring their own visions together to support the American Cancer Society’s vision of a world without cancer.


    The Tiny Mouse by Janis Ian


    About Brain Pickings


    Brain Pickings is a cross-disciplinary LEGO treasure chest, full of pieces spanning art, science, psychology, design, philosophy, history, politics, anthropology, and more; pieces that enrich our mental pool of resources and empower combinatorial ideas that are stronger, smarter, richer, deeper and more impactful. Above all, it’s about how these different disciplines illuminate one another to glean some insight, directly or indirectly, into that grand question of how to live, and how to live well.

  • 01:38

    When Keeping It Gangsta Goes Wrong: The Curious Case of Tiny Doo

    in Culture

    the revolution of the mind continues...

    This week we debate hip hop and the legal claim that an artists' words can be used against him in the court of law. 

    This week we look at the case of Tiny Doo... A rapper who detailed the crimes of his associates (who were gang members) and profited from rapping about it. He is now facing life in prison. Should he also be held accountable or should he have protection under the law of free speech?

    Won't be home? No problem. Text "WYMS" to 67000 and get the listen in number sent to your phone 5 minutes to showtime. 
     

  • 00:57

    Tiny House, Off-Grid Living! on Lil' Suburban Homestead

    in Education

    Tiny House, Off-Grid Living 
    Lil' Suburban Homestead
    on American Preppers Radio!
    Tuesdays
    9:00pm/Est 8:00pm/Ct 7:00pm/Mt 6:00pm/Pt
    Listen and Chat go to: http://prepperbroadcasting.com/listen-chat/


    Teri lives in a tiny house with her family their home is 350 square feet to be exact join us on at the show or come on in the chat room at Prepper Broadcasting Network and find out all about her life and how they do it and what caused them to pursue the tiny house dream!


    Going an extra step their tiny house is off-grid in Missouri where she homeschools their children.  Their entire lifestyle is back to roots, back to basics and they are no stranger to hard work.  On her blog she has fun creative posts about living without lights, composting toilets with the clever tag line “ aka The Poop Scoop”, and even posts about activities she does with her children such as making homemade butter.


    Read More HERE!

  • 01:03

    The Green Guy

    in Self Help

    Tune in tonight, Garfield Peart, President, Atlanta Chapter of the National Organization of Minority Architects (NOMA) stops by to share who they are,  the impact they have on sustainable designs and projects around the country and how they’re mentoring young people. 


    Next, Will Johnston of Tiny House Atlanta, talks about the tiny house movement across the country and why living in a smaller structure is better for our environment and your wallet!


    Don't miss this show!


    Listen,Learn,Live!

  • 00:35

    Annual ArtWalk @RaglanShire in Second Life with Organizer Karmagirl Avro

    in Current Events

    Join us to learn about the 10th Annual ArtWalk from May 3-31. Residents of Second Life may show their artwork during this time.  Reproductions of RL artwork (painting, drawing, digital fine art, printmaking that can be imported and put on a prim) are encouraged, along with SL photography, manipulated photography and sculpture.


    Each year we have had over 100 artist participants exhibiting in spaces over several sims. This year, the 10th ArtWalk, we hope for a good turnout and will include space in the vast center park of Raglan Shire, in Heron Shire forest, and in other sims in the cluster if needed. The 2D artwork will be displayed along hedgerows around Raglan Shire, and sculpture in designated areas of the forest on Heron Shire.


    Artwalk 2015 Schedule of Events
    In addition to regular events like Poetry Slam, Prim Charades and DJs, we have new events this month just for artwalk.  We have many events including a Kite Parade (more info on that later). For more information, go to http://raglanshire.com/events/


    Music by Sara Tiemogo


    Featured Poet Karima Hoisan

  • 01:21

    Saturday Morning Cereal Episode 24 - The Music Issue w/Matthew Margeson

    in Entertainment

    Take some time this week to remember your original happy hour: Saturday mornings as a kid, waking up at dawn, jumping on the couch with a bowl of chocolate cereal, turning on the ‘toons, tuning out the outside world, and working your way into a sugar hangover before noon. Join us for The Music Issue, featuring our old friend, composer David Raiklen (Space Command, Mia: A Dancer's Journey, Universal Soldiers), and our new friend, composer Matthew Margeson (Kingsman: The Secret Service, Captain America: Winter Soldier, X-Men First Class) all about the great music that we fans usually get to take for granted. And as a special treat for the big Avengers weekend, we present, for the first time since 1952, recently unearthed episodes of the old radio drama Brock Dandy P.I., which proves that the Avengers have been around a lot longer than you thought!

  • 02:05

    Is GOD, JESUS real?

    in Music

    British philosopher, Dr. Antony Flew, was a leading spokesperson for atheism, actively involved in debate after debate. However, scientific discoveries within the last 30 years brought him to a conclusion he could not avoid. In a video interview in December 2004 he stated, "Super-intelligence is the only good explanation for the origin of life and the complexity of nature."1 Prominent in his conclusion were the discoveries of DNA. Here's why.


    DNA in our cells is very similar to an intricate computer program. In the photo on the left, you see that a computer program is made up of a series of ones and zeros (called binary code). The sequencing and ordering of these ones and zeros is what makes the computer program work properly.In the same way, DNA is made up of four chemicals, abbreviated as letters A, T, G, and C. Much like the ones and zeros, these letters are arranged in the human cell like this: CGTGTGACTCGCTCCTGAT and so on. The order in which they are arranged instructs the cell's actions.What is amazing is that within the tiny space in every cell in your body, this code is three billion letters long!!2 To grasp the amount of DNA information in one cell, "a live reading of that code at a rate of three letters per second would take thirty-one years, even if reading continued day and night."3 Wait, there's more.It has been determined that 99.9% of your DNA is similar to everyone's genetic makeup.4 

  • 00:56

    The Wellness Blueprint

    in Self Help

    Join Dr. Maiysha and Coach Elliott this Friday with their special guest Dr. Cass Ingram! There's a tiny, would-be assassin hiding in North America's fields and woodlands that goes by the name of ioxides scapularis, but is more commonly known as the black-legged deer tick. A single bite from this creature can destroy your life - and if untreated, may even kill you. We’re talking about Lyme Disease and is sure to be an informative show! See you Friday morning at 9a (ET)!


    About our guest: Dr. Cass Ingram is the author of over 30 books, including "The Cure is in the Cupboard," "Natural Cures for High Blood Pressure," and "Natural Cures for Killer Germs." A popular media personality, he has appeared on over 5000 radio and TV interviews. A much sought after lecturer, he teaches the public and health professionals about the powers of natural medicine and wild medicinal spices.

  • 00:59

    Claudia Jordan, Tiny Harris, Jazmine Sullivan, Oscar Nods

    in Entertainment

    Get the scoop on Claudia Jordan's chickens coming home to roost and why she had to publicly apologize to Tiny Harris. Jazmine Sullivan opens up about her hiatus from music and her abusive relationship. We discuss SELMA's Oscar nod and more!


    IceCreamConvos.com

  • 00:59

    Earthquake Predictions to Preparedness with Ali Ryan

    in Real Estate

    Guest Ali Ryan is the Earth Science Information Officer for the Oregon Department of Geology and Mineral Industries, known as DOGAMI. She leads the Agency’s efforts to connect Oregonians with information about the state’s spectacularly geology, as well as geologic hazards, and can frequently be found speaking at events, organizing outreach, and talking with local communities. A former journalist, Ryan is also the Agency’s spokesperson. She has been with DOGAMI since 2013. Her personal preparedness challenge is finding room in a tiny 1890s house to store two weeks of water for two people and a dog.


    Challenges and lessons learned in Nepal


    Listen and learn the predictions and how you can prepare.