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Fall is the perfect time to design. And we’re talking easy DIY décor with two of our favorite DIY decorating experts.
Sara Peterson, Editor-in-Chief of HGTV Magazine, gets us inside the pages and behind the scenes and dishes fast, affordable spruce-ups that can deliver a dynamite new look.
Kelly Edwards, super-designer and author of The Design Cookbook: Recipes for A Stylish Home, cooks up cool ways to kick it with color and she tunes us in on ways to get every house and budget inspired and inspirational.
The leaves are fluttering. The colors are colossal. It’s time to get our design on. And get those DIY holiday decorations ready for our favorite guests this holiday season.
May Day is recognized as the international day of the workers yet in the U.S. it is often demonized on the media it is now in general obscurity. We will talk about what May Day is it's originations break some myths that it is associated with in the truth movement that exist about the day, Trotsky and may day and how the day has went from a major holiday in the U.S. to a day of demonizing the left and.other
Well on today’s show… The Saturday Frenzy we will touch on:
THE ATLANTA HAWKS winning their playoffs series against the Brooklyn Nets.... we get you caught up on the rest of the NBA Playoffs in our “one-minute time out” segment!
The protests in Baltimore surrounding police brutality and the latest news coming from the Baltimore City State Prosecutor: Marilyn Mosley
Of course tonight’s Mayweather vs Pacqiou fight aka MAYPAC15
Why do non Mexican Americans bank on the Cinco De Mayo holiday when Mexicans hardly celebrate it themselves?
And did you about the Fulton County Judge, Judge Baxter who reduced the sentences for 3 of the educators who were found guilty in the Atlanta Public Schools cheating trial?
Did you know that the website and now social media site YouTube DOT COM turns 10-years old this May!
International Workers' Day, also known as Labour Day in some places, is a celebration of laborers and the working classes that is promoted by the international labor movement, anarchists, socialists, and communists and occurs every year on May Day, 1 May, which also coincides with the Celtic spring festival. The date was chosen for International Workers' Day by the Second International to commemorate the Haymarket affair, which occurred in Chicago on 4 May 1886. This Day has its origins in the labour union movement, specifically the eight-hour day movement, which advocated eight hours for work, eight hours for recreation, and eight hours for rest.
Being a traditional European spring celebration, May Day is a national public holiday in many countries, but in only some of those countries it is celebrated specifically as "Labour Day" or "International Workers' Day". Some countries celebrate a Labour Day on other dates significant to them, such as the United States which celebrates Labor Day on the first Monday of September.
Well another week has gone by and we are going to check in with what is happening both in the 3D realm and the energetic. Today is May Day so Happy Beltane. We will talk a little about that Holiday as well as the Full Moon on Sunday. Depending on who is Here we may talk about my upcoming trip to Ireland(I will not have the show until the week of May 20th), Jade Eggs, and the ancient standing stones on the east side of the Continental Divide here in Montana.
Where ever we wind up it will be a fun trip. I am starting a little later today because of a Reflexology conflict so be sure to join us live at 12:30 at Rocks & Things...Metaphysical or catch the show on a podcast at The World According to Velvet at BlogTalk Radio.
We are continuing to celebrate our 7th anniversary on Blog Talk Radio all month long with great guests and new giveaways!!!
Spring is when many of us are sprucing up our homes and looking for new ideas for decorating our homes. Designer Kim Myles returns to the show to share her ideas for refreshing your home and home decor this season. Kim is the winner of HGTV's Design Star and you can catch her on Home Made Simple on the Oprah Winfrey Network (OWN).
Small businesses employ roughly half of the American workforce. Now one company is kicking off a year-long celebration that shines a spotlight on the small businesses that are the backbone of our nation’s economy.
Here to talk about the “Small Business Revolution” and how you can help your favorite small business win $25,000 is Deluxe Corporation’s Amanda Brinkman.
More than 40,000 babies are born each year with congenital heart defects – which are the most common birth defects. With us to discuss this serious problem are some special guests who are working with an organization called Mended Little Hearts.
Leading the fight to help families struggling with congenital heart defects is Jennifer Page, the mother of young actor Max Page, who is best known as Little Darth Vader from the Super Bowl ad. She's joined by Dr. David Ferry, a leading cardiologist from Children's Hospital of Los Angeles where Max was treated.
We'll also announce brand new giveaways!
Whether you are a brand new parent or have teenagers leaving the nest in a few short years, MomRN has advice, support, and encouragement to help you on your journey through parenthood. Her expertise has helped thousands of parents as they strive to be the best parents they can be. Join MomRN and her expert guests each week for practical advice for raising a happy, healthy family.
Dr. Kenzoe Brian Selassie has a Doctorate of Philosophy in communication and culture from Howard University, a Master of Organizational Management from the University of Phoenix, a Master of Public Administration from Walden University, and a Bachelor of Arts degree in mass media communication from the University of Mount Union (formerly Mount Union College). He currently resides in Washington, D.C. and serves as a commissioner for the Washington, D.C. Commission for the Martin Luther King, Jr. holiday and board member of The Gatekeepers’ Initiative.
Pastor Wilson holds a Bachelor of Arts from Rutgers University and a Juris Doctorate from Rutgers University Law School.
Reverend Wilson, a strategist, speaker, and writer, serves as the Senior Pastor of Magnolia Road United Methodist Church and as Chair of the UMC Greater NJ Commission on Religion and Race. She is a Nationally Certified Mental Health First Aid Trainer. With extensive leadership experience in higher education, nonprofit and faith based organizations, she provides consulting and training in Nonprofit Management, Human Resources, Inclusion & Diversity, Grants – Acquisition, Management & Compliance, as well as Strategic Planning. She is involved with legislative advocacy for marginalized groups including women and children, the poor and for criminal justice reform. Her interests include African American History, Quilting as a Spiritual Discipline and Multicultural Communications; her hobbies are creating beautiful tablescapes, reading, the arts and hosting tea events. She enjoys teaching etiquette to young people. Reverend Wilson holds a Bachelor of Arts in Urban Studies and Community Development from Rutgers University and a Juris Doctorate Rutgers University Law School, has studied graduate level Finance and Marketing
TONIGHT WE PAY HOMAGE TO OUR BELOVED ANCESTOR MALCOLM X. WE AT SIGN O THE TIMES AND THE UAC SUPPORT THE EFFORT TO CLAIM MALCOLM X DAY. MALCOLM’S BIRTHDAY IS MAY 19TH. ON THAT DAY THE AFRICAN COMMUNITY HAS DECLARED A NATIONAL HOLIDAY AND ARE ASKING THAT ALL SUPPORTERS WHO BELIEVE BROTHER MALCOLM IS WORTHY OF NATIONAL ACKNOWLEDGEMENT TAKE THAT DAY OFF AND ORGANIZING EVENTS IN THEIR RESPECTIVE CITIES TO GAIN MORE SUPPORT FOR THIS EFFORT. PLEASE LISTEN IN TONIGHT AS BROTHER MALCOLM SPEAKS ON THE SAME INJUSTICES WE ARE FACING TODAY. THE MORE THINGS CHANGE, THE MORE THEY STAY THE SAME. TO LISTEN ON YOUR PHONE PLEASE DIAL 9147-889-8059. PEACE LOVE AND LIGHT, Queen Tahiyrah
About two years ago I was in Biloxi, Mississippi with author Kerry Dunn for a Barnes & Noble event and his second television appearance. At the B&N signing we met musician/artist/coach Don Smith. I'm delighted that Smith will join us at Madame Perry's Salon and recommend that you check out his website , Facebook page, or ReverbNation site before the show.
Pasagoula native Don Smith's reputation as a singer and songwriter has increased after working with the legendary Nashville producer Doc Holiday who said "Throughout my career as a producer with over 600 career charted records and 112 career #1 records I rarely come across a singer/songwriter tht has as much passion and skill as Mr. Smith. His songs all magane to tell a unique story that the listener does not have to sit and analyze for an hour to figure out what the story is. His performance in singing is as relaxing as his songs and stories and is always perfection at its highest level."
Smith's Nashville release Delta Wind is available on iTunes and all other digital outlets.