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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.
Join Alaina as she discusses: Antique Heirlooms, Dusty Book Covers, and Tiny Cuts Of Meat.
Miss You MUCH (HUGGGSSS) Will be starting a weekly show back up, Been a while I know I know Hopefully Everyone is Doing WELL, as I ease on in.. with a lil' Information outformation upformation downfomation Inquiring Information as they come.. Let's see do we Believe or not.. hmm. Well I guess we'll see how this turns out something are just come what may.. You Feel me? Sit back and Enjoy!
This is a versatile group that provides the sound of both Contemporary and Traditional Gospel Music with an R&B twist. During their performances, they are warranted for having great harmonizing vocals and spontaneous expressions. To the pallet of hearers, you will experience many flavors of expression through their music with the powerful message of the Gospel , sure to put a tap in your toe and then to your feet.
Originating in Atlanta GA in 1994, The Mighty Saints, Formally known as “Charlie Brown and The Saints” still consist of a seven piece band and four vocalists. Tiny Foster became the lead singer bringing his many years of the Quartet Music background and tour experience to this remarkable group.
Tiny Foster and the Mighty Saints has appeared on many TV Shows including: The Bobby Hurd Show, Atlanta 57 Live, and The Reggie Gay Gospel Show.
Their music is being played by several radio stations across the country with the first CD that was released in 2008, entitled: “Doing God's Will” and their Sophomore project entitled :“You Brought Me Out “ that was released in 2009. In 2014 they are preparing for a new CD, DVD and Promotional Tours.
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Floyd Mayweather says 'I had Sex with T.I. Wife Tiny & She is a Bitch' @ Maidana 2 Press Conference
SPONSORED BY MARK PITTMAN--Rapper T.I. and his wife Tiny have been in the media for several weeks now..the focus being on what should be their private marital disputes over a rash of photos posted by Tiny showcasing her new physique, her association with different male celebrities, and her latest "controversial" affilitaions with boxer Floyd Mayweather. Many different viewpoints have surfaced, arguing points for wither side or both sides,--varying in content that point out similar behavior by one or the other, and even sounding off with viewpoints that emulate a battle of the sexes. Do the problems lie within the individual actions of the parties involved?, the media's noted routine of "finding the hot scoop" at any cost, or could all of this lie within the fact that the couple should have dealt with their marital problems behind closed doors in the first place/ Join in tonight at 10:30 pm EST with your thoughts.
Even armed with good design intentions, sometimes cost makes it a slippery slope to building a McMansion. Let's find out what happened to the art of building.
The trendy days of McMansions are so over. The Tiny House that brings the delights of sustainability and less stress zen-like living are what's happening now. But we're still obsessed with square-footage costs. Who can afford good craftsmanship? Well, maybe craftsmanship is something worth investing in.
But what does good craftsmanship cost? How do you balance a smart budget with a well-built home, so you don't end up building a smart small home that's really a mini-McMansion? And what happened to the art of building? Where are the craftsmen and craftswomen?
What happened to craftsmanship?
We're talking with expert Brent Hull, author of 'Building a Timeless House in an Instant Age.' Trained in the art of museum quality preservation at the prestigious North Bennett School in Boston, Brent believes that what we build defines us. Over the last 60 years, he says we have become fixated with building homes as cheaply and fast as possible. New homes today are often built without much care or consideration and have no design philosophy or lasting appeal to them.
"For Hull, the main goal in writing this book is to help people understand that the house they build defines them and in turn defines our society."
Join Kat as she welcomes Claudia Tietze to the Gently Moving Forward show. In 2009 Claudia rescued Timmy, a kitten who had neurolgical damage due to over the counter flea and tick products. Timmy has good days and bad days. He still has tremors, seizures and GI issues, and wobbles when he walks. Claudia has created a community to educate people on the damages of over the counter flea and tick products at Tiny Timmy's Healing Journey group on Facebook.
We will talk about Timmy's healing journey and Claudia's inspiration to creat Dirty Flea Soap, a non-toxic soap for cats, dogs and humans. If you have a pet or know someone who does, you don't want to miss this episode!
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Your host Michelle Walling will be speaking with Michael Pagel and various callers about specifics for living off the grid. Topics include organic gardening and composting, healthy living, natural healing, solar panel power, hemp alternatives, tiny affordable houses, earthships and much more! This is an open line show where callers are encouraged to share methods or sustainable living off the grid- anything goes!! The number to call is (646) 716-8890.
"Workers have a right to organize into unions and to bargain collectively with their employers. And a strong, free labor movement is an invigorating and necessary part of our industrial society.Only a fool would try to deprive working men and women of their right to join the union of their choice.Should any political party attempt to abolish Social Security, unemployment insurance, and eliminate labor laws and farm programs, you would not hear of that party again in our political history. There is a tiny splinter group, of course, that believes you can do these things, but their number is negligible and they are stupid." President Dwight Eisenhower