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A review of an 'insaka' discussion about the preservation of our Zambian/African culture in a fast changing world.
Hosts Mukuka and Twaambo will be reviewing and discussing in depth the opinions expressed during this insaka.
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The Wedding Jeannie Continues with an Introduction to the Preservation Series!
This week we will chat about some important things that often go under the radar - flower preservation and post-event dress care. Many people don't think about what to do with their flowers, especially their bridal bouquet, after the ceremony, or even after the entire event. Should reception flowers be used for a post-wedding brunch the next day? Can they or should they be donated? The same goes for dresses; after the Big Day, how do you care for your dress? Where and how are they stored? Where are they cleaned? We will tell you some of our favorite tips and tricks to make your flowers last, and then we will hear from some of the best dry cleaners on ways to keep your dress looking pristine long after your wedding!
Join Jeannie Uyanik live at noon on Wednesday, September 25th as she kicks off the series with another show you won't want to miss!
The Wedding Jeannie’s Fall Preservation Series Concludes with Timeless Moments!
This week we chat with Linda Saadeh, owner of nationwide flower preservation company, Timeless Moments. For Linda, flower preservation is the perfect marriage of almost 20 years experience in the bridal industry and a love of artistry. Her company’s preservation methods are unique because not only does she use the classic shadow boxes and frame domes, she also preserves flowers in custom jewelry! Everything from bracelets, rosaries, key rings, cuff links, and necklaces can be used to preserve flowers from your special day.
Linda will tell us about her preservation methods, how she creates jewelry out of flowers, and much, much more!
Join Jeannie Uyanik live on Wednesday, October 23 for another show you won’t want to miss!
The Wedding Jeannie’s Fall Preservation Series Continues with Flower Preservation, Suspended in Time!
This week we chat with Rachelle Adams of Suspended in Time, a company that has been preserving flowers for over 15 years. Many brides only think about preserving the dress, but do not realize they can hold on to their wedding day memories by preserving their flowers too! There are many preservation options, including complete restoration, drying, and encasing. Suspended in Time uses an especially unique process because they do not freeze dry flowers, therefore the process takes 3-5 days to finish whereas freeze-dried flowers take weeks.
Rachelle will tell us all about their special preservation process, how to take care of your flowers before you get them preserved, and much, much more!
Join Jeannie Uyanik on Wednesday, October 16, for another show you won’t want to miss!
The Wedding Jeannie’s Fall Preservation Series Continues with Madame Paulette!
This week we chat with Karen Jean-Aimee, Madame Paulette’s resident dress preservation specialist. Madame Paulette is a family-owned company that has been a renowned leader and pioneer in couture, bridal and interior cleaning and restoration for over 50 years. They also provide tailoring, hand-laundering, leather and fur care, among other specialties. In the bridal world, they are trusted by brides and designers alike, including Vera Wang, Monique Lhullier, Carolina Herrera, and Christian Dior, to name a few.
Karen will tell us all about their extensive preservation process, how to keep your dress in perfect condition, and much, much more!
Join Jeannie Uyanik live at noon on Wednesday, October 9 for another show you won’t want to miss!
Invitada: Miriam Villaseñor
Miriam Villaseñor es arquitecta y gestora cultural, ha colaborado en proyectos estrtégicos de la Universidad de Guadalajara desde hace siete años, como el Centro Cultural Universitario y Uniterra, Inmobiliaria Universitaria. Actualmente ha sido invitada a dirigir la galería Travesía Cuatro en Guadalajara. Tocaremos diversos temas de la escena artística local, asi como el rumbo de la gestión cultural en Guadalajara.
¡Participa con nosotros!
This week join Scott and his guest Wardee Harmon to learn about drying food as a way to preserve it. Learn what foods can be dried, how to do it, how long it will keep and more.
If there is any time is left, Scott will cover a list of tools every homesteader should own.
Our guests include:
Justin A. Sarafin, Director of Preservation Initiatives & Engagement of PRESERVATION VIRGINIA and Everett L. Fly, a licensed landscape architect whose work has included historic preservation in fifteen states. He is a recipient of a Nataional Endowment for the Arts Fellowship. Using his “Black Settlements in America” methodology for evaluating and documenting historic resources, Mr. Fly’s list of sites currently stands at more than 1,200.
Having a family is a dream for many. Fertility preservation with the help of a gestational surrogate mother and egg donor, if required, is assisting more and more transgender men and women with the ablity to be blessed with the joys of parenthood.
On this show, Dawn will be joined by Jennifer Louise Lopez, a transgender woman who is an educator and advocate for the rights of transgender men and women. She will discuss transgender parenting and how transgender men and women can become parents by ultiizing fertility preservation in the early stages of transtion.