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Natalie Proudfoot, HabiStore Procurement Manager
When you shop, donate or volunteer at Habitat for Humanity’s HabiStore, you pay it forward to support the Habitat mission. Proceeds from the sales go directly to the purchase of land and construction materials to build homes AND hope in Southern Arizona. As a regular shopper at the HabiStore, I have to add the fun factor. You never know what you will find and you can almost always count on finding something you just can’t live without. Join me as I talk with Natalie about how thrifting with a cause is a win/win/win. This show made possible due to the generous support of Habitat for Humanity.
Sonic Art of Being is my way of life; my self expression. The art form through my eyes—Sonic's eyes—represents the many different art realms that I pursue, such as abstract make–up, make–up for all occassions, and recycled jewelry design. At the forefront of it all is my singing and songwriting.
SONIC discusses becoming a finialist on the HIT TV show "The Voice"!!! Tune in to see what's in store for her career!!!
When Sonic was six years old, she learned she was completely deaf in one ear. But instead of being afraid to sing, she embraced her unique sound and even landed a record deal at 14. That didn't work out, but she continued to pursue music and is currently a member of a music collective in San Francisco. She's was excited to be at The Voice, where she was judged on her singing and nothing more.
Our guest on Metalsmith Benchtalk on Thursday, August 27th at 3:00 pm PST is metalsmith and jewelry designer Marilyn Brogan, owner of Meader Works, in San Diego, CA.
Please join us for this live interview and participate by logging onto the chatroom at Blogtalkradio.com or by sending a message to Whaley Studios via Facebook, Instagram or Twitter.
My name is Marilyn Brogan and I’m the designer, maker and curator of Meander Works, a one-woman studio based in San Diego, California. Meander Works offers delicate, minimalist jewelry made from recycled gold and silver – and soon, a line of engagement rings and wedding bands featuring recycled and traceable diamonds.
I deeply value and admire good craftsmanship and believe a design is only as good as its execution. Jewelry is an expression of both the maker and the wearer – the quality of the construction is essential to that collaboration. If a ring looks beautiful but it is poorly made, then it may not feel right, fit right, or last. I’m inspired by antique jewelry and love the function of heirlooms. Like the handmade Appalachian quilts passed down to me from my great-grandmother, fine jewelry tells a story across generations. When I finish a piece of jewelry, I see a story that’s just beginning.
ALIVE TO THRIVE WITH BRENDA FRASER airs every Friday at 12 Noon CST. Join Brenda as she investigates trending topics in Art, Culture, and Film while making timely observations that hit the mark with what today's audiences want to hear!
Got Vintage Jewelry? Learn how to create beautiful mosaic art pieces and wall art from Grandma's vintage jewelry. Artist Barb Lillis of ImagineIT Mosaics will talk about her transformation from school teacher to artist. She is the most successful selling artist at the new boutique "Butterfly & Moon" in historic St. Charles, Missouri. See some samples of her work at: http://www.ButterflyandMoon.com
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Who we are as a species is more complicated in some ways than many people like to consider. As spiritual beings, we are all in our essence from the SAME SOURCE.
In our Earth beings, we are male, female, and, more. What is transgender? If someone takes hormones to be the sex that person knows him/her self to be internally, yet refrains from having complete transition surgery, what sex is that person?
You will meet Carrin Harris, Social Media and IT expert who has also studied human sexuality, and we shall discuss this.
On another note, WHAT IF? YOU ARE AND LIFE IS MIRACULOUS! launches this week!!!!!! Printed on 100 percent post-consumer recycled paper, this ABC, Affirmation,, Art Coloring Book is already loved by children, teens, and, yes, adults! Get yours from Audrye!
A great show! Listen and participate with wisdom, consciousness, and an open mind and heart.
Today we will be talking about persecution and how the saints need to be ready! It has been said that the people of God will not be here on earth during the time of the great Tribulation, well that is a lie! Children of God, please stop falling for satan's lies! This is the biggest lie being recycled by the enemy to date! Today we will discuss the truth revealed to us by God's Holy Word. Please pray before listening to this teaching. Ask the Holy Spirit to awaken your ears and eyes to the TRUTH in Jesus name!
Same radio show...New location. Recycled Radio Show is now a part of Planet Chad. Live from Greensburg Kansas, Jim, Matt and Travis discuss their lives, this week in history, Recycled Headlines and of course, "THE QUIZ". Listen and share with your friends!!!
The Speculative Fiction Cantina: your weekly hypodermic injection of science fiction, fantasy, horror, alternate history, and things weird and wonderful in the world of books and writers. We ask authors the hard questions. You'll hear from writers who bend the rules and drive the narrative. Join S. Evan Townsend on this journey over the rainbow and through the looking glass. And remember to take the red pill.
Today's Guests are Robin Tidwell and Jeff Crawford
Through Black Velevet Eyes
Pheramane A Gatherer
More information on these authors and links to their novels is at blog.sevantownsend.com
What if I told you there's more to libertarianism than tired paleo rhetoric that sounds like recycled Reagan-era conservatism? Join Mikester & Freedom Guy as we explore the possibilities for modernizing libertarianism with innovative approaches to the classical principles we cherish.
M.Nicole born as Monique Nicole is known as the “Fashion Surgeon” because she’s a magician when it comes to repurposing fashion garments. She is a native of Mobile, Alabama and resides in Atlanta, Georgia with her family. Her love for fashion begin in 2008 where she later opened her own vintage-inspired clothing boutique DonniNicole.com. Her passion for vintage fashions showcased when she coined the name “First-Lady” when modeling signature vintage-inspired looks. At a glance, she’s a first-lady, mother, business consultant, fashion designer and stylist. In addition, she shares a passion with Chanel Renea as a Transformational Speaker of Recode Your Destiny, an empowerment movement designed to inspire others to reach their full potential and live the life of their dreams. Her most recent and exciting fashion project branded as “Something Old Something New” was released on a new fashion level of her repurposing classes by taking old clothes in your closet and turning them into new couture garments. This new age of fashion is introducing a recycled go-green approach to looking exquisite on budget.