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Horror Movie Night
Curtains (1983)

Horror Movie Night

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2022 43:27


Sometimes you look at a horror poster and wonder to yourself, "Do the CURTAINS (1983) match the drapes?" We're here to tell you that sadly, no, the promises made by the poster are left unfulfilled by the end of your watch. The same can't be said for the creepy casting-couch director character played by John Vernon, but sometimes you gotta just accept disappointment on the road to podcast stardom... Are we there yet?? If you like the show, be sure to Rate, Review & Subscribe! Email us at HMNPodcast@gmail.com Follow us on social media! Twitter: @hmnpodcast Instagram: @hmnpodcast Facebook Group:  Horror Movie Night Podcast | FacebookDonate to our Patreon:  Horror Movie Night Podcast is creating A Comedy Podcast about Horror Films | Patreon Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Caring Into The Void
069: Magdeburg Unicorn / Machete Plant

Caring Into The Void

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2022 32:09


Alasdair Stuart (@AlasdairStuart) weaves a backstory on bad science. Brock Wilbur (@brockwilbur) celebrates a knife-wielding plant. Keep your teeth sharp and many, and your hearts dark and true. Edited by Will Biby.Buy our book CURTAINS right here: https://www.amazon.com/Curtains-Concert-Visions-Benefit-SaveOurStages/dp/B08VRHQG4Z

GANG OF TWO
MEAT CURTAINS

GANG OF TWO

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2022 34:51


Terry learns that Shari is "That girl" with her friends. Plus a great Dear Dumbs email that causes a debate.    WEBSITESee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Watch What Crappens
RGIP: It's Curtains for Paris

Watch What Crappens

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2022 76:29


Real Girlfriends in Paris has drawn to a close with a dramatic drapery installation, a slip dress reveal, and a meltdown on the Seine. We desperately hope this show comes back, but if it doesn't.... we'll always have Paris.

The Bushnell Project
Curtains, details, Exodus 26:1-6

The Bushnell Project

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2022 7:28


God cares about the details, even in your life.  But is God at home in your life?

Inside the Birds: A Philadelphia Eagles Podcast
PERFECT BIRDS DROP CURTAINS ON STEELERS

Inside the Birds: A Philadelphia Eagles Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2022 47:53


Philadelphia Eagles vs. Pittsburgh Steelers | NFL Week 8 is here and Inside The Birds Postgame Live with Tra Thomas, Adam Caplan and Geoff Mosher are ready to break it all down! Tune in live for the recap! #PhiladelphiaEagles #PittsburghSteelers #InsideTheBirds #Pickett #nfl #Steelers #AJBrown #JalenHurts Go to www.InsideTheBirds.com for the latest Eagles news, updates & analysis from Inside The Birds Timestamps 1:37-4:32 Eagles Come Back from Bye Week Stronger Than Ever 4:32-14:12 Shot Plays Back on the Menu, Career Day for Jalen Hurts and AJ Brown 14:12-16:46 Offensive Line Struggles 16:46-20:19 More Balanced Through Four Quarters 20:19-28:58 D-Line and Secondary Marriage 28:58-34:33 TJ Edwards an Unsung Hero 34:33-40:30 Special Teams Still Work in Progress 40:30-46:04 Jordan Davis Injury 46:04-50:06 Looking Towards the Trade Deadline Subscribe for more content!→ https://www.youtube.com/c/InsideTheBirds Get more news, analysis & updates on our website: https://www.insidethebirds.com/ Join our Patron: https://www.patreon.com/insidethebirds Subscribe to our FREE newsletter: http://eepurl.com/hZU4_n Follow Inside The Birds: Twitter: https://twitter.com/InsideBirds Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/insidebirds/?hl=en Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/InsideTheBirds TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@insidethebirds Support Our Sponsors! Sky Motor Cars: https://www.skymotorcars.com/ Rivers Casino Philadelphia: https://www.riverscasino.com/philadelphia/ MOJO: Download the Mojo app right now for a chance to win $10,000 in free player stock: https://apps.apple.com/us/app/mojo-stock-market-for-sports/id1592561677 Game Time Watches: USE CODE ITB20 FOR 20% OFF AT GAME TIME WATCHES https://gametimewatch.com Manscaped: Use code “ITB” for 20% off at https://www.manscaped.com/ITB PHL Sports Nation: https://phlsportsnation.com/ Freestone Farms CBD: Use code “ITB” for 20% off at https://www.freestonefarmscbd.com/ Fishtown Business Improvement District: https://fishtowndistrict.com Copyright Disclaimer under section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for “fair use” for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, education and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing.

Sew Much More
332 - Lisa Brock - I've Said Yes to the Right Things

Sew Much More

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 23, 2022 64:44 Very Popular


Lisa Brock is the owner of Brock Custom Interiors in the Birmingham AL area. Born and raised in the south, married her college sweetheart and best friend. They raised 5 children on a pastor's salary learning to make a dollar stretch. We were often gifted hand-me-down furniture that I would turn into usable goods in our home with a bucket of paint and a nematic staple gun.  Fast forward, kids are all grown and moved out with grandkids coming along at a rapid pace, she wanted to have some way to contribute to the “wants” of the family while doing something with her hands that gave her flexibility to be with her growing family. She began Brock Custom Interiors in 2020 after listening to just a few of the Sew Much More Podcasts that gave her the encouragement and realization that she knew enough to make a go at this industry and she's not regretted it once!!  You can find Lisa on Instagram. Links and Resources;   Webinar on Returns on the Library - https://csfrl.org/project/returns-the-finishing-touch/ 30 Minutes with Workroom Tech Podcast Singer Sewing Curtains, Shades, and Top Treatments by Susan Woodcock Profit First by Mike Michalowicz (These are affiliate links and if you purchase through them, I earn a commission.) Elki Horn's Roman Shade Method Lisa Woodriff Podcast Vita Vigovska, Vitalia Inc. The Sew Much More Podcast is sponsored by;   The Workroom Channel   Scarlet Thread Consulting   The WCAA   The Curtains and Soft Furnishings Resource Library   Merril Y Landis, LTD   Angel's Distributing, LLC   National Upholstery Association

Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard
Flightless Bird: Shower Curtains

Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2022 39:25 Very Popular


In this week's Flightless Bird, David Farrier sets out to understand why America - despite all its advancements in innovation and technology - has decided to stick with the puzzling shower curtain. Why, while countries like New Zealand embrace the shower door, is America stuck in a long-term love affair with the fabric (or sometimes plastic) mistress? David calls his old friend Harvey from the Toilets episode to discuss American showering habits, before spending the day with the self-proclaimed “Glass Queen” who spends her days removing shower curtains and replacing them with glistening shower doors. He talks to professor David Schmidt about his complex mathematical simulations of shower curtains, to discover why the shower curtain insists on sticking to your body while you shower. Maybe this is a clue to why 66% of Americans shower daily, compared with 80% of Australians… and why 10 million Americans shower once a week or less.

Sew Much More
331 - Listener Favorite - Kevin Kise

Sew Much More

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 16, 2022 85:13


Kevin Kise owns a workroom and is a designer for Kise Interiors. Coming from humble beginnings in Rural Franklin County, Ohio, his passion for fabrics began when at 8 his Grandmother showed him how to sew, and cook. Her beliefs were that every man should know how to fix a hole in his jeans and cook for himself. Kevin took both of those tasks to heart by going to culinary school out of high school. His dossier includes working in a Michelin 3 star restaurant, managing a fabric store and working in a commercial drapery workroom. He credits his talents to a myriad of mentors including an elderly Japanese woman who taught him the art of Japanese tailoring and fabric draping and the much loved Cheryl Strickland for whom his questions would have never been answered without the direction of her amazing forum and workroom conferences. Kevin is married to his husband, Josh, they have a chocolate lab named Teagan and live in Columbus, OH.   The Sew Much More Podcast is sponsored by;   The Workroom Channel   Scarlet Thread Consulting   The WCAA   The Curtains and Soft Furnishings Resource Library   Merril Y Landis, LTD   Angel's Distributing, LLC   National Upholstery Association

I Spit on your grades
Prime Scene Investigation - Curtains

I Spit on your grades

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2022 34:41


The team are back with a new investigation. What do drug smuggling, 'you are what you eat' and abject confusion have in common? Nothing but they're all in this episode. Enjoy!

Ceo-Af
The Guy Behind the curtains with the questions viewers have...

Ceo-Af

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2022 35:28


In this episode you'll hear some of great questions from listeners through Alex Giles. Alex is our man behind the curtains, we call these guys at Elite Production Studios - the Gods of Podcast & Production

Caring Into The Void
068: Sausage Bug / Skyfall Orb

Caring Into The Void

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2022 43:31


Alasdair Stuart (@AlasdairStuart) talks about a pyramid situation and a stick bug. Brock Wilbur (@brockwilbur) explores ORRRRB. Keep your teeth sharp and many, and your hearts dark and true. Edited by Will Biby.Buy our book CURTAINS right here: https://www.amazon.com/Curtains-Concert-Visions-Benefit-SaveOurStages/dp/B08VRHQG4Z

Stage Door, a theatre podcast hosted by two average guys
Curtains, Notre Dame Academy: What's that, you're not familiar with the musical Curtains? Well, we guarantee the Stage Door guys know even less. That's why we had to have the director and choreographe

Stage Door, a theatre podcast hosted by two average guys

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2022 17:26


Curtains, Notre Dame Academy: What's that, you're not familiar with the musical Curtains? Well, we guarantee the Stage Door guys know even less. That's why we had to have the director and choreographer on the podcast, to tells everything about it. Curtains The Weekends of Oct 21 and Oct 28 It's the brassy, bright, and promising year of 1959. Boston's Colonial Theatre is host to the opening night performance of a new musical. When the leading lady mysteriously dies on stage the entire cast & crew are suspects. Enter a local detective, who just happens to be a musical theatre fan! Packed with glorious tunes and a witty, charming script filled with delightful characters, CURTAINS is a hilarious journey for both performers and the audience. The Broadway production garnered 8 nominations at the 2007 Tony Awards® including Best Musical.

Fellowship of Kingdom Professionals with Michael A. Blue
The Kingdom Professional Manages Their Time

Fellowship of Kingdom Professionals with Michael A. Blue

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2022 44:09


Of the nine components that we have identified as integral to knowing one's assignment, this episode focuses again on knowing one's schedule. Having a sense of a schedule inclines one to pursue wisdom regarding the time that remains in his or her life, to optimize it for the fulfillment of the assignment. When we juxtapose the life of John the Baptist against the life of Jesus Christ, we see that John's schedule, and the management thereof, is critical because he is only six months intra-uterine before Jesus' conception. John has only a limited amount of ministry time to prepare the nation for Him and to present Him as Messiah to the nation.   We should protect that sense of urgency that moves us to DO something NOW. Jesus Himself was sensitive to His schedule. He stated, “I must work the works of Him that sent Me while it is day; the night cometh when no man can work.” The night is coming. Yes, physical death but also, the end of seasons, opportunities, etc. Curtains will fall upon a particular act or scene. Jesus was “straitened” (KJV) regarding His purpose, Luke 12:50. In the Book of Mark, He moves “straightway” and “immediately”, repeatedly, portrayed as the ever-diligent Servant of the Lord in that Gospel. He is preeminently our Example, to be circumspect regarding the management of time. The significant consequence of finishing the work within the time allotted is satisfaction, the inner fulfillment that comes from the completion of the allotted task. The Scripture says that the desire accomplished is sweet to the soul, Proverbs 13:19. The sweetest taste to the soul is when one has pleased God in the assignment. There is inimitable satisfaction in knowing that one has done his or her best to fulfill divine purpose. New podcast episodes are available on Fridays everywhere you listen to podcasts. The Fellowship of Kingdom Professionals meets every Monday live with Michael A. Blue at 11:30 AM via Facebook and Youtube. Stay connected to all things Fellowship of Kingdom Professionals and connect to other Kingdom Professionals by joining our Facebook Group, https://www.facebook.com/groups/MABlueFKP To bring FKP to your locale, ministry, school, business, etc., or to learn more, contact us by email,  FKProfessionals@gmail.com

The Simple Sophisticate - Intelligent Living Paired with Signature Style
341: The First 15 Key Elements I Included in My English Cottage-inspired Home, Part Un

The Simple Sophisticate - Intelligent Living Paired with Signature Style

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2022 85:59 Very Popular


“In a simple and a peaceful cottage with a beautiful view, you will not be dreaming about the palaces or the heaven, because you already have a perfect thing!” ― Mehmet Murat ildan To feel welcomed, to feel deeply at home in a sanctuary, to feel 'cozyed in', almost as though to be hugged without confinement and instead inspire infinite curiosity to explore and play. To me, all of these 'feels' are what comes to mind when I think of the classic English cottage, both inside and out. Over the next many months and years, I look forward to exploring and sharing elements of the English Cottage aesthetic, the interiors, exteriors and the garden of a cottage because as many of you know, my home, Le Papillon, is what I consider to be a cottage. Perhaps it began with watching Nancy Meyers' film The Holiday and the cottage I later learned she had built especially for the movie, Rose Hill cottage, or maybe it was the interiors of the many homes profiled in The English Home magazine that I have subscribed to for over 10 years and continue to eagerly await the arrival of each new issue. Whatever precisely drew me to the English Cottage aesthetic I cannot pinpoint, but I always take notice of how I feel in a space, whether I am traveling and staying at vacation rentals, bed & breakfasts, hotels, or even at friends and family's homes. What makes me feel most at ease? What details attend to my needs to bring me comfort? Where can I truly relax and feel at home even if I am not at home? And mentally I took note, and finally, with my house here in Bend, Oregon, Le Papillon, I have been able to customize, paying attention to all of the details - grand and small that, to me, whilst adhering to the fundamental components of English cottage, create a sanctuary I feel at home, deeply at home when I am here. There are oodles of interior décor components that contribute to creating the English cottage aesthetic, so I wanted to begin with where I began and what is in my own home, Le Papillon. Below I will be sharing pictures and images that offer the vignette, a close-up look at the details discussed here in today's episode/post, and for each image, you will have the option of clicking through to tour the entire space and how I pulled it together (explore becoming a TOP Tier Member to gain exclusive access to all tours of my home, Le Papillon). As shared in the title of today's episode/post, this is part un, and I look forward to sharing many more elements that are in my home in future postings/episodes. First to begin with the history of the English Cottage and Cottage Garden. As Christopher Lloyd and Richard Bird share in their book about Cottage Gardens, "It has come down to us through the ages [to be] a bountiful yet regulated informality." While they are specifically speaking about the cottage gardening approach, the same can be said for the interiors as well. Everything that is chosen is thoughtful, intentional, but it may not appear to be so to the untrained eye. They go on to say, "[The Cottage and Cottage Garden] has evolved through common sense, combines need with enjoyment and is entirely unpretentious." With that definition in mind, let's take a look at the first 15 Key Elements I included in my English Cottage-inspired home, Le Papillon. ~Please note, while I give quite a bit of detail in the written post below, I also share even more in the audio version, so please do feel free to tune in wherever you listen to podcasts. 1.Ignore all trends of the moment at any moment "Ultimately, good taste is a considered point of view, and the courage of conviction even in the face of dissent." —Fiona McKenzie Johnston Before we dive in to today's topic, it is important to differentiate between classic English cottage and Cottagecore, the latter becoming a booming décor trend during the depths of the pandemic, but they are not the same, and the latter is a trend. Similar to the more recent trend that began on social media, the Coastal Grandmother style (both décor and fashion), a trend; however, if something offered by either one of these trends speaks to you, hold on to that. Explore that element and that becomes part of your good taste suggested above in the quote. The problem with adhering to a trend is that by definition, it will go out of style, and a new trend will replace it. The primary (perhaps more unconscious) reason both of these trends rose to popularity when they did has a lot to do with the times we found ourselves: we were seeking comfort, we were seeking something that brought us calm and certainty during some of the most uncertain and unprecedented times we have ever seen across many different generations. This is not a bad thing. Again, if an aspect of a trend speaks to you, there is a reason, and that is how we hone our understanding of what will work for a long duration of time in our homes as we decorate for the life we love living. Secondly, regarding the problem with trends is that you are not decorating in an approach that honors you, but rather following what others approve of, and in such an approach to life in any arena - decor, fashion, life choices - this is never an approach that will lead to true, lasting contentment. So we let go of trends and dare to trust that what we know makes us feel good, feel at home, even if magazines or social media says 'huh?', and what we also do, and this is key, is understand how good design works. The reason I mentioned the need to not just acknowledge what speaks to us about a trend, but also explore it, is because we must understand the décor principle that makes such a decor detail work in that particular way. We'll talk about this more in #2, but I have always been drawn to the expertise mixing and matching of prints the English seem to know how to do intuitively, except I know it is learned, and so I took online décor classes and discovered exactly what works and why, along with many other insider tips and tricks, before I invested in items I wanted to have in my home for a lifetime. 2. Wallpaper, prints, large and/or small The power of wallpaper with prints is that it is an illusion to the eye and actually makes the space feel larger than it is. Unlike with solids either regarding wallpaper or your typical paint job, a solid wall of any color stops the eye. We will talk about this more with upholstery as well, prints while beautiful and artistic, also serve the powerful and necessary purpose in what typically are small in square footage/yards that cottages are. Long-time readers of the blog know I have wallpapered multiple rooms in Le Papillon (six rooms as of this posting), and I have done so all by myself. I didn't begin by doing this task on my own however, but am grateful I had a good teacher. So yes, you can wallpaper on your own, just make sure, as I share in this detailed post, you purchase quality wallpaper, and you are half-way to creating an amazing space. With that said, sometimes the wallpaper will be the guiding detail that determines all other decisions in the room, such as my guest bathroom below. It was my dogged determination to find a space in my house to bring the classic Willow Bough print by William Morris, one of his first creations in 1870, and so when I decided on my guest bathroom, all of the other details had to complement the room that was bathed in willow boughs. However, the wallpaper can also simply complement, and that is what I have done in my foyer by using grasscloth as it provides a warmth due to its texture, but is not the star of the show. As well, small versus large prints, the large prints as you might imagine lead the way, but the small prints complement what the other stars in the room are. Choose the same color tone as those star pieces, but they need not be the same color, although they can and likely should play off of at least one color in the wallpaper. For example, my next project when it comes to curtains is to add roman shades to my kitchen, but as my house has an open floor plan, I need to pay attention to the colors in the Boot & Basket room as well as the dining room which are situated on either side of my kitchen, so my friend, Veronique, an interior designer, saw the green in the wallpaper, noting the color tone that I need to adhere to in order to work with the Provençal blue in my dining room curtains, and told me to find a print with some in green. That gives me direction of what to work for as the curtains will not be the star of the show, but must complement the details around it. ~Here is a detailed post of 12 British Wallpaper Companies to Know The Arts & Crafts Guest Bathroom Reveal How to Wallpaper All By Yourself (Yes, You Can!) 3. Mixing antiques, vintage, consignment finds with new, but thoughtfully considered new pieces This detail of cottage decorating is one of my favorites, and perhaps yours as well, the treasure hunting! Of course, and yes, we need to underscore, that clutter is never a comfort, so always letting yourself purchase what is drawing your eye just because is not a great idea unless it serves a purpose and has a home in your cottage along with being something that caught your eye. Cottages are small, and just like the cottage garden, each item does two things - provides beauty and functionality. Part of the reason it takes time to decorate a cottage is because just because something is beautiful doesn't mean it is functional and just because something is functional doesn't guarantee that it is attractive to your eye, i.e. all of the technology and gadgets available for modern living. Think of it as a treasure hunt and then this searching becomes more pleasurable because when you finally do come across say a newspaper rack/holder that is desperately needed to keep the papers from being strewn across the floor on Sunday morning while you cozy into your reading nook, you will also be welcoming in something that is pleasing to the eye but exercising a function that you need for a tidy home. Overarchingly, this is why it is necessary to mix old and new items. Yes, you will likely have more old in the form of vintage, antique or consignment, but there are just some things that have to be new, certain chairs or furniture to fit the size or height of people in your home. For me, I needed a long sofa and a deep one, so I customized one as it is the star of the room, and the investment was worth it for years, decades even, of cottage style I love but also comfort I needed. (You can see my sofa in many of A Cuppa Moments video chats.) 4. Remove the over-head lighting This rule is not exclusive to cottages, but rather how to create a welcoming home. Nobody looks their best under lighting from above (unless you are young and perfect and blissfully ignorant to the benefits of youth). Overhead lighting also creates a harsh effect that is not warm nor soft on the eye. Yes, there will be places in the home or in your working areas depending upon what work you will be doing where overhead lighting is necessary, but even then, customize it so that you can dim it to your preferred brightness. The only two places I have overhead lighting that go full-tilt bright are in the kitchen and the garage. And in my kitchen, my overhead lighting is on a dimmer. In fact, all of the new light fixtures I have put into my home during my 2-year renovation/customization are on dimmers (advice from British interior designer, Rita Konig - always put lights with dimmers when installing the electric outlets). Even if your home has overhead/ceiling/can lighting, do what I do, and don't use it and better yet, take the lightbulbs out so that they are never used by mistake. This sounds extreme, but you want to feel comfortable in your house, so add the lamps (we will talk about this in a later point below) that create the lighting you want that is in your control; this possible with table lamps, floor lamps, picture lights and semi-flush, pendant or chandelier lighting. 5. Relinquish the idea of perfection and avoid matchy-matchy The beautiful puzzle of the English cottage is that when it comes together delights me to no end, and it is the ability to match seemingly different prints and colors in a manner that fits together perfectly, as though they were meant to go together. How do they do that?! First, let's talk about avoiding the matchy-matchy. It is completely understand why people (and I count myself among them) do this, it's safe and it doesn't 'break' any rules or is not harsh to the eye. However, if you are decorating your cottage, you have broken the rule because a cottage is meant to look almost accidentally put together when really it was quite intentional, but there is a playful element, a daring element that reveals a bit about the inhabitants, what you love, what makes you smile, where you've been, your favorite color, etc. Avoiding the matchy-matchy doesn't mean you can't do it everywhere, but when it is what you rely on in every room, it doesn't reveal you. For example, I have two pairs of matching lamps, one in my living room and one in my primary bedroom. For me, they create balance, a solid, subtle foundation because they are placed (especially the living room lamps) in a space that has a lot of different prints, details and non-matching furniture. So essential, use matchy-matchy not to play it safe, but when it actually provides a value for the décor aesthetic you are trying to create in the cottage. Which brings me to letting go of perfection. A cottage never looks partnered off or symmetrical, but yet it feels balanced. How do you do this? It is easier to learn this skill by looking at whole room pics, so I highly recommend picking up copies of The English Home magazine, but you might have two armchairs (as I do in my reading nook), but they don't match and have entirely different prints. To the casual eye, this appears imperfect and off balanced, but its in balance because they have the same color tone, and that tone is married in the curtains that stand between them. I still have two chairs, but they don't visually look the same, but have the same 'weight' to the eye. The perfection is what you want to let go, but what you create that establishes the balance will be perfect to you. “Be faithful to your own taste because nothing you really like is ever out of style.”—American interior design Billy Baldwin (1903-1984) 6. Ottomans A cottage beckons you to sit down and relax. How do we create an aesthetic that speaks this language? Well, ottomans play a powerful role in the symphony of details in a cottage. I once had two friends come to dinner, a couple, and when they walked through the foyer and into the open-plan, after I asked them to pick any seat they'd like to sit in, they said, "I cannot choose, they all look so comfortable. Each one is asking me to sit down and relax." That is what I hoped I could create. That was the goal even if the English cottage style isn't their preference, there is a feeling I want to create for everyone who walks in, and that is the feeling when it comes to choosing my furniture. Ottomans by nature ask you to put your feet up on them, to essential stop doing, and just be. There are so many different styles and sizes, so have fun finding the right ones (yes, plural) for your home. As I look around me, I can count four ottomans or hassocks (smaller and lower to the ground) that are in my house. They all perform a function, but their fabric or finish also work in the space aesthetically. One matches the chair it is paired with but it also is the hassock so my pups use it as a stepping stool to climb up into the chair. I will admit an error on my part because I have another armchair and purchased its matching ottoman. I love having the ottoman, but moving forward I might someday have it reupholstered to not be so matchy because there is too much of that one fabric in that corner. This is how we learn, and if we purchase quality pieces of furniture then down the road when we want to change it up, all we have to do is reupholster, not purchase an entirely new piece. Saves money and is a sustainable approach to decorating. 7. Reupholster furniture you love Speaking of reupholstering. ☺️ One of the best arguments for purchasing high quality furniture is because of what we just talked about in the conclusion for #6. Likely your tastes will evolve a bit or a lot, but when you have a favorite well-made piece of furniture, you can have it for life. The upholstery may change, but having an ideal cozy chair or sofa or dining room chair is near priceless for an item that you will have to pay well for. I have reupholstered a chair I inherited from my late Great Aunt and Uncle's home, a chair made in the 50s, had the cushions redone as well as the fabric to one that worked in my office, and each time I look at it, yes, I love the look, but it also holds many wonderful memories that make me smile. I have also purchased consignment furniture that I love structurally but not the fabric (often this will save you money because sometimes the fabric is what is keeping it from being purchased), and had it reupholstered (my office chair for example that you can see in September '22's A Cuppa Moments). 8. Have fun selecting or customizing your pillows, put them nearly everywhere I once heard a man, he happened to be American, but I think that is important to note, say he would never want pillows anywhere in his house (he had recently finished entirely remodeling his house). Indirectly, he was insinuating that they were feminine and he didn't want to appear 'weak'. Long story, but needless to say, I wanted to say (but bit my tongue), you are missing the purpose of pillows dude. Admittedly, when pillows are used just to 'look good', then yes, by all means get rid of them. I agree on that, but there is a purpose to having pillows if they are well made and in the right shape for the piece of furniture they are placed in. For example, on my George Sherlock sofa, which is incredibly deep, you cannot sit upright without having a large 22" square pillow behind you, and it must be a somewhat firm pillow. So over the past summer, after more than a year of figuring out which fabric would work best in the space of my living room, I had six 22" square pillows made with five different fabrics. They serve a purpose - the ability to sit comfortably, can be rearranged if you want to lay down, and they also are covered in fabrics that work with the sofa and the space. ~Tour my primary bedroom and learn about the three different sizes of pillows I chose and why I chose them. 9. Curtains, tall, complementary curtains for rooms of cozy-ing-in There are a variety of different curtains to explore adding to your cottage, and I look forward to touching on many of them in future postings, but today I would like to share with you where to add tall drapery in your cottage: anywhere you want to relax and unwind. Tall curtains, some ceiling to floor, but at least as tall as you and likely taller, and then draping to the ground, soften the space, enable you to change the amount of light that streams through, and finish a room. What rooms am I talking about? Bedrooms, reading nooks, some bathrooms - near a soaking tub perhaps, dining rooms. Keep in my all that was shared about fabrics and mixing and matching prints above, as the same rules apply to finding what is the best fabric for your curtains. ~Tour the curtains in my dining room (right) and reading nook (below). ~Learn more about the wool, semi-sheer curtains in my primary bedroom. ~Discover why I chose the linen curtains that hang in my primary bathroom. 10. Table lamps, invest and have fun As shared in #4 above, once you have removed or no longer use the overhead lighting, you need light coming from somewhere if you don't have enough natural light, and this is where table lamps and floor lamps come in. Of course pendant and chandelier and semi-flush work well also, primarily in the kitchen, entry/foyer, mudroom, hallways, offices, but additionally to all of these rooms and especially to living rooms and bedrooms, add light that is at slightly above eye level when you are sitting, then add a shade that works in the space aesthetically. Don't feel you have to use the shade that the lamp comes with if that is the case. One rule of thumb Rita Konig teaches is wherever someone can sit down, make sure they have a place for their drink and light to read. Again, add dimmers if that is an option with your lamps, but this design detail has been a conscious choice upon moving into Le Papillon, and I have now added 3-4 lamps to the previous other lamps I have had for many years, some I have since changed the lamp shade to work in their new space. 11. A fireplace, wood or gas, adorned with thoughtful classic, signature attention If you are fortunate to have a fireplace in your cottage, whether it is a traditional wood-burning or a gas fireplace, even if you don't use it very often or at all, decorate around it thoughtfully keeping all of the ideas shared above and below in mind. I recently redid my mantle around my gas fireplace because it was modern in its aesthetic. I changed out the title, using a classic cottage choice - Delft tile - added a wooded frame and even added two scones because again, following Konig's advice, wherever you are going to sit, have a place for a drink and lighting to read a book, as I have two chairs that sit next to the fireplace, I needed a place for a lamp and there is not enough for a table, so I placed the light in the form of scones by each chair. On top of the mantle, be thoughtful, trying not to clutter, but don't let it be too sparsely adorned either. Have fun, and change it up when you are inspired to do so which leads me to #12 . . . 12. Strike a balance of intentional bountiful decor, yet not excess Sometimes cottages without an understanding of how to create cozy without clutter can become overwhelming in too much upholstery or too many 'cute' details. That to me is claustrophobic. Be bountiful by the way of, avoid being minimalistic, and so long as each item fits the two requirements - beautiful and functional - you won't have an excess. 13. Invest in a quality goose or feather down sofa I mentioned above that I have a George Sherlock sofa. This was a big investment item, but after having lived with a consignment sofa that was not well made for many years and before that a sofa, the best I could afford at the time, for 15 years, I wanted to purchase a lifetime sofa that was both comfort and aesthetically appealing in the cottage aesthetic that I love, so I invested and customized with fabric that works in my space. What does that mean? Plush fillings of down and feather to the firmness of my preference and a structure that will last my lifetime. I may reupholstered at some point waaaay down the road, but I will always keep this frame. It is sturdy and provides the comfort (i.e. space and length) that I need for someone who is tall and hosts dinner parties where many people need to find a seat in a small space that is my house. 14. Upholstered chairs of all types The upholstered detail is a must, but not everything needs to be upholstered. This is where that balance must be struck. You will want some wood and hard structures - whether in the entire make up of the piece of furniture or in the feet or arms or the chair, table or sofa. Balancing soft and hard surfaces, appropriate to each space calms the eye and also communicates what the use of that space is. 15. Design a cottage that considers what makes your dogs and/or cats feel at home A cottage without a pup or a kitty is like living life without smiling. Our pets are just part of what makes our cottages feel like our sanctuary. Of course there will be times in our lives when we do not have pets because we know how much they take of our heart and it takes time to grieve and know when or if we will welcome a furry four-legged companion into our lives, but either way, knowing we have a home that our pets will feel as though they are welcomed as well is part of the key essentials to decorating and customizing a cottage. The first 'customization', as I shared in my new book The Road to Le Papillon was for my pups: a dog door installed into an existing solid door. Over the first year of my living in Le Papillon I also added a screen door to my garden porch and small fenced yard that also had a dog door, and there are so many other ideas to consider when making the human home be a pup or cat's home as well. From having cozy beds for each pet placed in a spot in the home that is with people while we go about our daily routine, creating their dining area to be inviting, attractive to the eye and in a safe but still part of the house spot where they can eat in peace, visit the water bowl at their leisure and not feel rushed, and something that is vitally important to their mental health, just as it is for humans, is to have ample natural light streaming into the cottage as much as possible. A priority when I purchased my now home was knowing that my pups had direct access to the fenced lawn, although they are never kept outside, and can always come in through the dog door. As well, having a garden for them to toodle about in with me is as much for my mental health as it is or them as we spend many hours between February into early November (if the weather permits), sitting outside, sometimes on the porches, but also on the grass in the shade or out in the sunshine, cutting flowers for bouquets, picking berries together (the strawberry pots are our favorites), and just genuinely feel as though we have our own 'entertainment center' of sorts because we have our own garden, no matter how small it is. As I keep it organic, I know they can poke around safely, and always know which plants are poisonous should they want to chew on plants which typically is only when they would be pups. Needless to say, a home for me is not a home, and in my case, my cottage is not a home without my pups, and it is a true joy and delight to know that they feel just as comfortable, safe and welcomed especially when we arrive home from a long trip, and I observe how they move about almost in a sense of relief to be back in their space because they are a big part of my life and joy. Norman enjoying his new bed as shared in the episode directly next to my office chair, so in easy reach of petting and staying apprised of where Mom (me) is going. Decorating the interior of our cottage is a process that takes time, and if the goal is to create a cottage where we feel most at home, that means we must be patient. Perhaps we don't have a house that is technically a cottage but hope to one day, as I shared in this post, you can always begin purchasing items that will be perfect for a cottage you will live in some day. So many of my current pieces I use and love were purchased years ago (the tulip chair that I reupholstered for example, was purchased more than 20 years ago), and it is this time that creates the cozy, because the pieces are more than just 'things'; they hold memories and remind us of either people, or times in our lives that were pivotal, powerful and deeply personal to our life story. Such a feeling cannot be purchased on demand to create a cottage that is our sanctuary. 11 Decor Pieces to Purchase Even If You Don't Live in Your Dream Home Yet As I sit and type this episode/post, my two pups are snuggled up in the living room with me, yes, after one year since the passing of my sweet boy Oscar and with much thought, examination and especially consideration for what would be best for Norman, we welcomed a little girl into our lives. Not to replace, for she is beginning her own unique life story and journey just as Oscar had his and he will always be held dearly in our hearts. I will be gradually sharing more about her in the coming weeks and months, but if you are a TOP Tier Member, look for a proper introduction in next month's A Cuppa Moments. Now to this current moment where I find myself in my cottage on a sunny fall afternoon, my gentleman boy Norman is in his favorite chair that was handed down to me from my parents and to them from a friend, and my sweet little girl is nestled next to me on the English sofa I spoke about above draped with blankets I have had from many different chapters in my life and the pillows created after working with my dear friend Veronique and fabric from a small business based in England whose fabric when I saw it, I said, I will find a place for it as it brings a smile to my face when I see it. This is home. This is comfort and cozy and calm, and it took years to reach this point, but it feels as a cottage should, personal to the people who call it home, as though it is made for them to just be, nap, read, rest and enjoy the everyday. Today's list was hard to keep to just 15 items, so rest assured there are many more items I will share that focus on the interior décor of a cottage along with the exterior and garden. I look forward to sharing them with you so that you too can create a cottage you love living your life and savoring your everydays. Thank you for stopping by and tuning in. ~Peruse all of TSLL's Remodeled Rooms here, and to view any post individually, explore becoming a TOP Tier Member for exclusive (and ad-free) access. SIMILAR POSTS/EPISODES YOU MIGHT ENJOY 34 Ideas for Adding Cosy for Your Everyday 10 Décor and Remodeling Tips I Learned While Customizing My Home to Create a Cosy Sanctuary 10 Brands for Cosy Cottage British Décor (shopped & recommended) Petit Plaisir ~Chicken Schnitzel and Lemon & Herb Salad ~The Simple Sophisticate, episode #341 ~Subscribe to The Simple Sophisticate:  iTunes | Stitcher | iHeartRadio | YouTube | Spotify | Amazon Music

Caring Into The Void
067: Doctor, Doctor / James' Webb

Caring Into The Void

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2022 46:16


Alasdair Stuart (@AlasdairStuart) talks about Brit-Fi that winds up at Torchwood. Brock Wilbur (@brockwilbur) explores telescoping for the stars. Keep your teeth sharp and many, and your hearts dark and true. Edited by Will Biby.Buy our book CURTAINS right here: https://www.amazon.com/Curtains-Concert-Visions-Benefit-SaveOurStages/dp/B08VRHQG4Z

The Experience Podcast
The Experience Podcast #219: Curtains and Movers

The Experience Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2022 33:03


Elizabeth went to a power plant and Daniel had moving problems. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/the-experience/support

Kevin McCullough Radio
20220930 - Curtains Up For Broadway With Charlotte St. Martin

Kevin McCullough Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 1, 2022 50:51


20220930 - Curtains Up For Broadway With Charlotte St. Martin by Kevin McCullough Radio

Bible Bedtime
Ex 26: The Curtains

Bible Bedtime

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2022 20:58


Welcome to Bible Bedtime! Tonight, we will hear God's instructions to Moses about how to make the curtains for the tabernacle. I've never been able to sew anything, so these instructions seem a bit overwhelming to me! I've included a photo of an acacia tree on the cover for tonight's episode -- the chapter talks a lot about acacia trees and I didn't know what one looked like. If you are the same, here's a photo of one. :-) Sleep tight! Get bonus content on PatreonSupport this show http://supporter.acast.com/biblebedtime. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

ASMR by GentleWhispering
Mansion ASMR Sounds • Fabric • Tapping • Scratching • No Talking

ASMR by GentleWhispering

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 24, 2022 23:31


Hello! :) I'm so excited so many of you enjoyed the relaxing mansion tour! Here is the highly requested follow up with some extended footage and I also included some other trigger sounds from the house that I thought looked or sounded good. I hope you will enjoy! 00:52 Lamp One 02:11 Painting One 03:51 Encyclopedia 06:40 Lamp Two 07:44 Painting Two 08:49 Shakespeare 10:41 Tapestry 11:55 Spindles 12:57 Chair 13:35 Chess board 14:30 Sink 15:10 Vanity 16:03 Curtains 17:21 Mirror 18:22 Dali Elephant 19:39 Couch 20:16 Outside Thank you for being here! :) #ASMR #GentleWhispering #housetour 3/12/20 --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/maria-gentlewhispering/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/maria-gentlewhispering/support

SCP Archives
SCP-6373: "Stage Blight"

SCP Archives

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 29:03 Very Popular


Curtains will never close on this showCW: NoneTranscriptBut Live Show Tickets: https://bit.ly/BloodyFMPatrons Nicholas Dalton, Jacob Sims, Tchrohs, Ashley Dearwester, Majin_Flo, James Romie, SigmaBunny, and Unflappedpie836!Cast & Crew:SCP-6373 was written by J DuneNarrator - Jon GrilzGoffard - Pacific ObadiahResearcher - Graham Rowat ____________Sound Designer - Travis McMasterMusic by Matt Roi BergerTheme Song by Tom Rory ParsonsShowrunner - Pacific S. ObadiahProducers - Tom Owen & Brad MiskaPresented by Bloody Disgustingwww.Bloody-Disgusting.com www.SCParchives.com Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/scp_pod Twitter: https://twitter.com/scp_pod Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/scppod Discord: https://discord.gg/tJEeNUzeZX Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Broad Street Bullied
151-ToD-Through The Spiky Meat Curtains

Broad Street Bullied

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 18, 2022


Doing the MAFS with Daisy and Daisy
Week 2 PART TWO: "Captain Curtains can fuck off!"

Doing the MAFS with Daisy and Daisy

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2022 26:22


In this episode, Daisy and Daisy discuss episodes 7 and 8 of MAFS UK. They chat through the minute details of the inaugural dinner party and commitment ceremony, and have a few words for Paul C Brunson... Our GDPR privacy policy was updated on August 8, 2022. Visit acast.com/privacy for more information.

Alcohol-Free Radio
Peeking behind the curtains of Better Rhodes with Andrew Chartier (Ep. 19)

Alcohol-Free Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2022 34:42


Andrew Chartier from Better Rhodes explains a different perspective on customer service. Having Andrew on the team as our Manager of Customer Experience allows customers to ask any questions they may have concerning non-alcoholic products. Andrew and Chris explain how non-alcoholic beverages can be best enjoyed. Learn why our products are more than "grape juice" or "punch". Elevate your palate and your understanding of Better Rhodes. Learn how great customer service can improve your shopping experience both online and in person. Join us for this episode of Alcohol-Free Radio: Peeking behind the curtains of Better Rhodes with Andrew Chartier (Ep. 19) --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/betterrhodes/support

ASMR by GentleWhispering
ASMR | CURTAINS STORE | Lo-Fi Nostalgic

ASMR by GentleWhispering

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 5, 2022 27:01


Hello :) this video is a real throw back to 2011. I used my super old school mic and a 720p camera for a truly nostalgic feel. Today you are buying curtains, you ready? Thank you for being here, I hope you enjoy this simple throw back style video. ♥ #ASMR #GentleWhispering #lofi 9/5/22 --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/maria-gentlewhispering/support

Sew Much More
325 - Elizabeth Jung - You Just Keep Swimming!

Sew Much More

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 4, 2022 50:57


Born and raised in Marietta Ohio. Enjoyed making and creating as a kid and did a lot of cross stitch with her mom. Sewed a pair of shorts as a class project in 4th grade and didn't pick up sewing again until after college. As a social worker, in Cincinnati, creating became a great outlet so she took an upholstery class and learned the basics. Life had plans and her first daughter was born, a month early and only 4lbs. So most creative ventures took a back seat. 2 more daughters came along and then her mother-in-law decided as a break from mom life a sewing basics class could be fun. Once a week for 6 weeks Elizabeth got out and realized how much she loved sewing! Over the years she has made costumes for plays, altered prom dresses, wedding dresses, and dance costumes! For a brief stint even had a storefront for her alterations business. Life again threw a curveball and her husband got a job in Asheville North Carolina and they needed to move. In Asheville, she found out about workroom tech through a grandmother at her daughter's school and during covid, she took several online classes and found enjoyment in creating soft furnishings. She has taken on jobs in the past year and is now looking to build and grow her business in the home decor space.   Links and Resources; Price Your Work with Confidence by Kitty Stein     The Sew Much More Podcast is sponsored by;   The Workroom Channel   Scarlet Thread Consulting   The WCAA   The Curtains and Soft Furnishings Resource Library   Merril Y Landis, LTD   Angel's Distributing, LLC   National Upholstery Association

Tobins Talking Shit
Curtains

Tobins Talking Shit

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 2, 2022 138:57


The first 30 minutes are rough, then our good pal Brian Snowball comes in to save the day! Listen in for a fraught but funny hour and a half that is sure to keep you on the edge of your seat!

Men, Divorce, Porters, and Hurricanes
Season 2!! Chapter 18- No Hats, Boxes, Or Curtains

Men, Divorce, Porters, and Hurricanes

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 1, 2022 6:58


Poop just got real. It's Season 2 and a kid disappeared.

Holmberg's Morning Sickness
08-29-22 - Honey Butthole Ants And Other Ideas For Shooter Punishments Coming In - Getting A Kick Out Of Joke Political Signs But Harry Curtains Is Real - Watching Anitta Shake Her Ass On VMAs

Holmberg's Morning Sickness

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 29, 2022 40:45


Sew Much More
324 - Listener Favorite - Angie Wewel

Sew Much More

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 28, 2022 52:30


Angie Wewel is the owner of Grandview Drapery Studio, a wholesale workroom located in Arvada, Colorado, just northwest of Denver. From a young age, Angie has had the desire to start her own business in a creative industry. After attending the Custom Workroom Conference in 2018, she decided it was finally time to turn her life-long passion and pursuit of sewing into a career. Angie values ongoing education and has attended classes at Workroom Tech in Tryon, North Carolina, studied upholstery at a technical college in Denver, and has taken many additional online and in-person training courses and seminars to hone her skills. She is a member of the Workroom Accountability and Mentoring group (WAM), and a member of the WCAA, and WCAA Virtual Chapter. Angie is on Facebook and Instagram     Links and Resources; M'Fay Workroom Manual Deborah Cronin's Blog Curtains & Soft Furnishings Resource Library Price Your Work with Confidence - Kitty Stein SCORE   The Sew Much More Podcast is sponsored by;   The Workroom Channel   Scarlet Thread Consulting   The WCAA   The Curtains and Soft Furnishings Resource Library   Merril Y Landis, LTD   Angel's Distributing, LLC   National Upholstery Association

Parts Department
19 - The Allure of Hotel Curtains

Parts Department

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 23, 2022 46:58 Transcription Available


Fusion 360 is thick in the air, Justin chats from the UK, and Jem has the sniffles. Airtable, Bubble, and App Sheets and the Kitta Parts Configurator comes alive. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JYaf0FY6VmA (Watch on Youtube) DISCUSSED: https://airtable.com/shrEkEhhW3PgXF1zM?&prefill_Episode=19%20-%20The%20Allure%20of%20Hotel%20Curtains (✍️ Send Comments on this Episode) Please note: Show notes contains affiliate links. UK? Autodesk news? https://www.instagram.com/p/Chba_kQAge0/ (KittaParts Configurator hack) - love for Rhino A most unproductive week Procrastination/deep work/shutting the door Send Info Working Right Away for PDX CNC https://youtu.be/A8ilnfT7Unc (Fusion 360 Live Machine Connection) (HAAS) RV Company Pizza https://gofastcampers.com/pages/camper-leaderboard (Tracker) Bubble App Sheets Average Ping time between London and Melbourne: 282 ms (16904km / 10503 mi) SUPPORT THE SHOW https://dept.parts/review (Review on Apple Podcast) Share with a Friend Show Info https://dept.parts (Show Website) https://dept.parts/contact (Contact Jem & Justin) https://dept.parts/tiktok (Tiktok) | https://dept.parts/youtube (Youtube) HOSTS Jem Freeman Castlemaine, Victoria, Australia https://likebutter.com.au?ref=pd-episode-bio (Like Butter) https://linktr.ee/likebutter (More Links) Justin Brouillette Portland, Oregon, USA https://portlandcnc.com?ref=pd-episode-bio (PDX CNC) https://shop.nack.is?ref=pd-episode-bio (Nack) https://pdxc.co/link (More Links)

Dyl & Friends
#157 Nick Riewoldt

Dyl & Friends

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 21, 2022 98:20


This week's guest is St Kilda and AFL legend, Nick Riewoldt. Nick was a number 1 draft pick, St Kilda Captain, 6x club Best and Fairest, and 5x All Australian. Nick really opened up and was quite honest about his time in the AFL and his career. I loved this chat and I hope you do too. ILY xx Contact Email - enquiries@dylandfriends.com Instagram - @dylbuckley @dylandfriends Youtube - www.youtube.com/dylandfriends Facebook - www.facebook.com/dylandfriends Twitter - www.twitter.com/dylan_buckley Dyl & Friends is produced by Sam Bonser, Sam Dalton and Darcy Parkinson. Video and audio production by Producey. Budgy Smuggler Father's Day is next soon!! Yep, real soon. There's one option to sort him out. Buy Australian Made from Budgy Smuggler. Now I'd recommend going straight for shedding the Curtains of Shame & getting some smugglers... but if he's not ready and you need a gateway smuggling drug... I'd recommend the Australian Made Merino wool socks. Insert nice personal comment about Budgy Smuggler. Enter the code dylandfriends for 10% off your order. Website - https://budgysmuggler.com.au/ Code - dylandfriends

Hog Story
Hog Story #312 – Internet Chain Smoker

Hog Story

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 16, 2022 166:13


Hog Story #312 – Internet Chain Smoker – Exec. Prods., nodebit, voidzero, John C. Dvorak, cbrooklyn112, AbleKirby, SirOma, coldacid, phifer, Boolysteed, Tom Starkweather, NetNed – Fletcher and Carolyn welcome special guest John C. Dvorak in the smoker for lively discussion mostly with Fletcher when Carolyn's internet wasn't down. Curtains are a box fan NOTES John … Continue reading "Hog Story #312 – Internet Chain Smoker"

Hill-Man Morning Show Audio
The curtains are closing on the Red Sox season, but ownership won't let you know that

Hill-Man Morning Show Audio

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2022 40:40


Hour 4 Red Sox President, Sam Kennedy calls into the show for his weekly chat with the gang to discuss Chris Sale's recent bike accident and what direction the organization is now heading in. Some legitimate questions are left hanging and the crew addresses these after their interrogation of Sam. Additionally, Hammer the Scheim makes a return for tonight's pre-season game. So, get out those notepads and get ready to place those bets because Chris is here to make you some money on the Patriots.

The Matt & Jerry Show
Podcast Intro August 12 - A Look Behind The Curtains...

The Matt & Jerry Show

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2022 16:35


The boys are in a hurry, so they rush through some behind the scenes admin...See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Caring Into The Void
066: Doctor, Doctor / Hole Slackening

Caring Into The Void

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2022 30:42


Alasdair Stuart (@AlasdairStuart) talks about Brit-Fi that winds up at Torchwood. Brock Wilbur (@brockwilbur) explores falling OUT of Black Holes. Keep your teeth sharp and many, and your hearts dark and true. Edited by Will Biby.Buy our book CURTAINS right here: https://www.amazon.com/Curtains-Concert-Visions-Benefit-SaveOurStages/dp/B08VRHQG4Z

Rick & Rick Rule the World

It's a Sorcerer Supreme Combo Meal as the Ricks review Marvel's latest blockbuster to hit on-demand. Brought to you by Taskin, the first name in ultra-stylish, premium-quality travel gear for

The Your Life! Your Terms! Show
Behind The Curtains Peek Of The Mortgage Business and Hustling & Buying Properties In Your 20s

The Your Life! Your Terms! Show

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 59:40


Aidan & Anthony from the Rock Star Inner Circle membership team took over this episode while Tom & Nick were away in Croatia. They sat down with the young & knowledgable Lorenzo Podda, Underwriting Manager at BM Select Mortgages. Lorenzo revealed a ton of interesting insights into the mortgage business, how to love what you do for a living and how to put in the long hours needed to succeed in your craft. Lorenzo's a great example of how to hustle hard in your twenties to set up an amazing career & real estate portfolio.

Draw Near
The Curtains & Coverings of the Tabernacle

Draw Near

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 33:04


An expository sermon from Exodus 26:1-14 on the description and significance of the curtains & coverings of the Tabernacle.

The Randy Report - LGBTQ Politics & Entertainment
Interview: Broadway veteran Jerome Vivona on the new musical 'The Nutty Professor'

The Randy Report - LGBTQ Politics & Entertainment

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 43:30


In this episode of The Randy Report, I'm talking with veteran Broadway performer Jerome Vivona. Jerome - whose Broadway credits include Curtains the Musical, Seussical the Musical, Kiss Me Kate, Dream, How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying, Guys and Dolls, and Jerome Robbins Broadway - recently returned to the stage after a hiatus of some years as part of the cast of 'The Nutty Professor,' a new musical currently playing at the Ogunquit Playhouse in Maine. TV credits include The Today Show, Late Night with David Letterman, The Rosie O'Donnell Show, The Tony Awards and The Kennedy Center Honors. His film appearances include The Stepford Wives and Everyone Says I Love You. He's also choreographed commercials for the Disney Channel, ABC Family and Nickelodeon TV, as well as Broadway.com commercials for the Tony Awards broadcasts. With his wife Michelle, another veteran Broadway actress and dancer, they are Co-Owners/Artistic Directors of the American Theater Dance Workshop - voted Best Arts School on Long Island in 2019. Together they train Long Island's up-and-coming theatrical talents, giving back and passing on what they've learned throughout their long careers. Jerome has also taught dance and music theater master classes at Indiana University School of Music, Carnegie Mellon University and Syracuse University. Jerome shares not only about his new show, but his journey & perspective as an artist on Broadway and beyond, and how he came to what he calls the "third act" of his theatrical career. He also talks about balancing family life and his career on the stage, and the gratitude he feels along the way. For more info about Jerome head over to JeromeVivona.com For more info about 'The Nutty Professor' - click to OgunquitPlayhouse.org

Lets Get REAL Estate Podcast
Peeling Back The Curtains of Self-Storage with Fernando Angelucci (Part II)

Lets Get REAL Estate Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 37:30


As a continuation of our previous episode, Fernando tells us more about Self-storage. This time, we will be focusing on learning to manage remotely. After earning 150 million in the span of three years, you definitely don't want to miss the telling of his journey!In this episode, we cover:How residential was taking a lot of his time even though he had a third party management, and he started wondering... who's passive truly when it comes to investors? His goal was to spend less than an hour a week managing his business.Self-storage does not have tenants, actually. They can be considered "clients". And because of that, it cannot be guarded by tenant law. So he can take a lot of liberties with the units.Fernando tells us how self-storage has a high sticky factor: If you raise the rent of a residential unit, most likely, the tenants will move out to look for something better. However, increasing a small percentage of the unit's rent, they will just comply. The cost of finding a different unit and moving everything will be way higher than the monthly cost of keeping it in the same location. He even said that he gets minimal to no move-outs!He reminds us to make sure you have good visibility, an online presence (and a mobile optimized website!) . And remember to buy for cashflow. Cash is king. That's a good way to start.Working your business remotely: how he does it. How does he know what markets to hit? Well, he makes sure that you're buying in a market that is under served!PRO TIP: Focus on which investments will need no people present, just a phone (and he tells us all about those!).About Fernando:Fernando Angelucci worked for Dow Chemical, a Fortune 50 business, where he helped launch a flagship product that generated $1 billion in global sales. When he was 23 years old, Fernando began working in real estate, specializing in residential rentals and wholesale. Fernando then went on to develop a Midwest-wide portfolio of multifamily rental properties. Fernando and the crew sold their residential real estate holdings to concentrate on self-storage in order to be ready for the upcoming economic downturn.Connect with Fernando:Website: https://ssse.com/LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/thestoragestud/Twitter: https://twitter.com/thestoragestudInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/thestoragestudEmail:  Fernando@SSSE.comConnect with Danielle Chiasson:Website: https://letsgetrealestatepodcast.com/LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/daniellechiasson/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/DaniChiassonInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/letsgetrealTikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@danichiassonBook in a call: https://calendly.com/strategicsuccess/lets-get-real-estate-20-min-chat 

Caring Into The Void
065: Andreas Vesalius / Plague Origin

Caring Into The Void

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 36:52


Alasdair Stuart (@AlasdairStuart) talks about a body-snatcher for science. Brock Wilbur (@brockwilbur) explores the microscopic serial killer. Keep your teeth sharp and many, and your hearts dark and true. Edited by Will Biby.Buy our book CURTAINS right here: https://www.amazon.com/Curtains-Concert-Visions-Benefit-SaveOurStages/dp/B08VRHQG4Z

Brainwashed Radio - The Podcast Edition
Episode 585: July 31, 2022

Brainwashed Radio - The Podcast Edition

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 65:00


Episode 585: July 31, 2022 playlist: The Soft Pink Truth, "Wanna Know" (Is It Going To Get Any Deeper Than This?) 2022 Thrill Jockey Waveskania, "Before Sunset" (Conversion) 2021 self-released Sam Gendel, "Mourning Dove" (Cicada Lite: Live in Texas) 2022 Unseen Worlds Ian William Craig, "Sentimental Drift" (Music for Magnesium_173) 2022 Fat Cat James K, "Eiv Mude" (Random Girl) 2022 Incienzo Kamikaze Palm Tree, "In The Sand" (Mint Chip) 2022 Drag City Sunfear, "Octopus" (Octopus) 2022 Dark Entries Mr. Curtains, "Hop" (Air Texture VIII (Anthony Naples + DJ Python)) 2022 Air Texture The Cat's Miaow, "Hollow Inside" (Songs '94-'98) 1993 Golf / 2022 World of Echo Hydroplane, "House Warming" (Hydroplane) 1997 Drive-In / 2022 Efficient Space Justin Wright, "Chapel" (A Really Good Spot) 2022 Beacon Sound The Legendary Pink Dots, "Prodigal" (Pages of Aquarius) 2016 Metropolis Email podcast at brainwashed dot com to say who you are; what you like; what you want to hear; share pictures for the podcast of where you're from, your computer or MP3 player with or without the Brainwashed Podcast Playing; and win free music! We have no tracking information, no idea who's listening to these things so the more feedback that comes in, the more frequent podcasts will come. You will not be put on any spam list and your information will remain completely private and not farmed out to a third party. Thanks for your attention and thanks for listening.

Sew Much More
320 - Peg Wagner - I Don't Ever See Being Done

Sew Much More

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 31, 2022 53:08


Peg Wagner owns and operates Above and Beyond Window Design out of her home, working with mostly designers. She fabricates window treatments, pillows, cushions, and roman shades, as well as sells hard treatments. Peg has a bachelor's degree in education with a major in Home Ec. (Back in the day when they called it that.) Sewing was in her background. In 2008, while working part-time in a design store she was introduced to CHF academy. It was near Charlotte NC and her next-door neighbors had just moved to Charlotte. Peg took the opportunity to go and take 3 classes while staying in the evening with her former neighbors. She was hooked from day one and her only regret is that she didn't know about this industry sooner. Peg has met the most amazing, dynamic, generous women at the CWC conferences and classes. Before that, she was a “stay-at-home” mom of 2, while helping with her husband's business as a sales rep in the ski and outdoor industry. His office was at home and he traveled to the states of MI, IN, and Ohio. Peg was able to manage the office while kids were in school and then take them to sporting practices and events when school was out. Peg and her husband live in Traverse City, MI and have 2 grown children and 6 grandchildren, 4 of which live one house away from us. Peg knows that is most grandparents' dream come true and does not take that for granted. In her free time, she likes to mountain bike, road bike, ski, and hike. Peg feels it's super important to have an outlet to stay physically active so we can keep doing the things we love to do.   Links and Resources; CWC    The Sew Much More Podcast is sponsored by;   The Workroom Channel   Scarlet Thread Consulting   The WCAA   The Curtains and Soft Furnishings Resource Library   Merril Y Landis, LTD   Angel's Distributing, LLC   National Upholstery Association

The Football Ramble
Club football is BACK!

The Football Ramble

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 29, 2022 52:12 Very Popular


Curtains are being raised everywhere this weekend! But like Jens Lehmann, here at the Ramble instead of pulling it back we're chainsawing our way through it instead.Pete, Luke and Jim discuss what they're rubbing thighs over this weekend, with one particularly troubling answer (ahem, Pete). Plus Man City initiate real-life Terminator 2, Alexandre Lacazette goes full Nicolas Cage and a non-league chairman picks up an ex-Serie A player while out walking his dog…Tweet us @FootballRamble and email us here: show@footballramble.com.***Please take the time to rate and review us on Apple Podcasts or wherever you get your pods. It means a great deal to the show and will make it easier for other potential listeners to find us. Thanks!*** See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Palace 35 Podcasts
Open The Curtains

Palace 35 Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 29, 2022 19:34


Ladies 35 podcast join the fellas to debate relationship standards.Palace Members featured:*P35 Podcast*Nino Got Dope♚SMV Rod

Lets Get REAL Estate Podcast
Peeling Back The Curtains of Self-Storage with Fernando Angelucci (Part I)

Lets Get REAL Estate Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2022 32:07


Self-storage is something that we have not been able to come around in the podcast for some time. Now, our great guest Fernando Angelucci tells us ALL about the business. After earning 150 million in the span of three years, you definitely don't want to miss the telling of his journey. In this episode, we cover:Son of two immigrants from Brazil, good grades, hard work and retiring with a pension was expected of him throughout his life. He only had three options, according to his parents: attorney, doctor, and engineer... and he went for the latter before he got started in Real Estate! One day, his teacher gave him a copy of Rich Dad Poor Dad and his life changed forever.As an immigrant, you may be wondering... how did he get so much capital to invest? Fernando tells us this funny story about how he applied for 64 credit cards in the middle of the night, to get 12 of them approved!What else do you need in order to succeed? While people seem to think that Fernando is a risk-taker, he is actually risk-averse. As an engineer, assessing and analyzing were the foundations of his moves. He first had to understand what was going on around him before he even took a step!Once fear shows up, most people tend to only focus on the fear and not the positives surrounding them. So... how do we fight it? Well, Fernando puts it this way: what's the best-case scenario? What's the WORST-case scenario? And most importantly, what is the most likely scenario to occur? It helps redirect your brain to start thinking about problems logically.DID YOU KNOW? Fernando first started off wholesaling the self-storage units to mitigate risk.Not satisfied? Don't worry. Stay tuned for part two next week!About Fernando:Fernando Angelucci worked for Dow Chemical, a Fortune 50 business, where he helped launch a flagship product that generated $1 billion in global sales. When he was 23 years old, Fernando began working in real estate, specializing in residential rentals and wholesale. Fernando then went on to develop a Midwest-wide portfolio of multifamily rental properties. Fernando and the crew sold their residential real estate holdings to concentrate on self-storage in order to be ready for the upcoming economic downturn.Connect with Fernando:Website: https://ssse.com/LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/thestoragestud/Twitter: https://twitter.com/thestoragestudInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/thestoragestudEmail:  Fernando@SSSE.com Connect with Danielle Chiasson:Website: https://letsgetrealestatepodcast.com/LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/daniellechiasson/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/DaniChiassonInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/letsgetrealTikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@danichiassonBook in a call: https://calendly.com/strategicsuccess/lets-get-real-estate-20-min-chat 

BEHIND THE CURTAIN: BROADWAY'S LIVING LEGENDS » Podcast

SHOWS: Merrily We Roll Along, She Loves Me, Curtains David Loud occupies a unique place in Broadway history: in addition to his distinguished body of work as a music director and vocal arranger, he has also originated three roles as an actor. He most recently served as Music Director for the Broadway premiere of The Visit, starring Chita Rivera and Roger Rees. Other credits include the original Broadway productions of The Scottsboro Boys, Sondheim on Sondheim, Curtains, Ragtime, A Class Act, Steel Pier, and revivals of Porgy and Bess, She Loves Me, Company, and Sweeney Todd. He originated the role of Manny in Terrence McNally's Master Class (starring Zoe Caldwell), played Sasha (the conductor) in Curtains, and made his Broadway debut in Harold Prince's original 1981 production of Stephen Sondheim's Merrily We Roll Along. Off-Broadway, David created the vocal and dance arrangements for Kander & Ebb's And the World Goes ‘Round. He has created arrangements for Marin Mazzie, Jason Danieley, Audra MacDonald, Victoria Clark, Paulo Szot, Liz Callaway, Betty Buckley, and Barbara Cook. He conducted the incidental music for Mike Nichols's revival of Death of a Salesman and collaborated with Wynton Marsalis and John Doyle on A Bed and a Chair, a jazz interpretation of Sondheim's music. Other recent projects include The Land Where the Good Songs Go, a concert of Jerome Kern songs at Merkin Concert Hall; First You Dream, a concert of Kander & Ebb songs that was broadcast on PBS; and three programs in the 92nd Street Y's Lyrics and Lyricists series: On A Clear Day: The Musical Vision of Burton Lane, Taking a Chance on Love: The Music of Vernon Duke, and A Good Thing Going: The Stephen Sondheim and Harold Prince Collaboration. He is a graduate of Yale University and has been on the faculty of the Yale School of Drama and Fordham University. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

BEHIND THE CURTAIN: BROADWAY'S LIVING LEGENDS » Podcast

Shows: The Mystery of Edwin Drood, Curtains, The Nutty Professor Tony Award winning composer, lyricist, librettist Rupert Holmes drops in to discuss his incredible career as well as his new musical, THE NUTTY PROFESSOR, which is about to open at The Ogunquit Playhouse.....and a sneak peek at a new Broadway bound musical. Rupert pulls back the curtain to reveal why Gilbert and Sullivan are at the foundation of his creations, how Joe Papp lured him to the world of musical theatre, and who might be the murderer in the infamous The Mystery of Edwin Drood Music Video. Plus: Marvin Hamlisch, John Kander, Cleo Laine, and so many more! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The JTrain Podcast
Luxury Lounge- Hotel & Curtains & Adult Costume Parties (@danjperlman)

The JTrain Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022 66:22 Very Popular


Dan Perlman joins Jared in the Luxury Lounge this week to hear your restaurant complaints about fake hotel curtains, being a lesbian at straight bars, sex tape interruptions, adult costume parties, crossing the street etiquette, flying a non preferred airline, expensive cat little robots, neighbors having too many cars and more! Check it out, and enjoySubscribe to Jared's YouTube channel for full video episodes and stand up clips: youtube.com/jaredfreidSponsored By: Nutrafol (Support the show and get $15 off your first month's subscription with promo code JTRAIN at https://Nutrafol.com) & Manscaped (Support the show and receive 20% off plus free shipping at https://Manscaped.com when you use code JTRAIN)Subscribe to the JTrain Patreon now at www.patreon.com/jaredfreidinstagram.com/jaredfreid // instagram.com/danjperlmanSubscribe to The JTrain Podcast on Apple Podcasts: itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/