With Dr. Katie Belisle-Iffrig gabbing about her book Going Green for the Genius. Dr. Katie discovered her love for nature at an early age. She came to work at the Kemper Center for Home Gardening at the Missouri Botanical Center in St. Louis and there worked with gardens and nature in many ways – butterfly … Continue reading Connecting with Nature to Connect with Our Inner Green
Monthly Archives: May 2017
The Pirates of the Caribbean was a noble endeavor when it began – an effort to bring the world and realm of the famed Disney ride to cinematic life. In it, they paired Johnny Depp, cutting-edge special effects, and an interest in stoking the flames of movie-goers zeal for on-screen piracy, drunken captains and scenic … Continue reading The Pirates of the Caribbean Perspective Review Series
It’s not every day that a television show, that you’re watching weekly, gives you so much to UNPACK. Unpack is a very interesting word but inside this most-recent episode of Marvel’s Agents of SHIELD, there is a LOT of content. A lot of character interaction. A lot of perspective and most importantly – a TON … Continue reading Season 4 – Episode 22 “World’s End” – Reviewed!
It’s not every day that a television show, that you’re watching weekly, gives you so much to UNPACK. Unpack is a very interesting word but inside this most-recent episode of Marvel’s Agents of SHIELD, there is a LOT of content. A lot of character interaction. A lot of perspective and most importantly – a TON … Continue reading Season 4 – Episode 21 “The Return” – Reviewed!
Gabbing with Green Jean Ponzi of Missouri Botanical Garden’s Earthways Center. Jean has long been a pillar of the green and sustainability movement in the St. Louis area through her work and her show Earthworms. She is a mentor to Marla and both of us have worked with her in various capacities over the years … Continue reading Green Home Festival and Green Jean Ponzi
Marla and Tony are joined by special guest Angie Mendica from Crescent Plumbing Supply. The plumbing industry is acknowledging that water is our most precious resource. The plumbing industry promotes water efficiency aesthetically to commercial and residential sides of the market. As an outside sales leader with Crescent Angie does this by educating her customers … Continue reading Water Conservation with Plumbing Fixtures
Finding the way OUT, when all else around you is failing – is never easy. Whether it’s being able to block out the cries for help around you to foster self-preservation to live and fight another day, or that things around you are moving so fast that you literally DO NOT HAVE THE TIME to … Continue reading Season 4 – Episode 20 – “Farewell, Cruel World” – Reviewed!
The trouble with finding value with things in an “alternate” universe, is that they are just that. in an alternate univers. We’ve been trumpeting the complex value that’s been showcased inside of The Agents of HYDRA storyline since it’s inception this season inside Marvel’s Agents of SHIELD, but – does the trend of quality continue? … Continue reading Season 4 – Episode 19 – “All the Madame’s Men” – Reviewed!
The National Association of Home Builders (NAHB) is currently more focused than ever the green building movement. This is very important in the resources materials we build with and the standards and codes we regulated building with. Matt Dobson of the Vinyl Siding Institute joins the Green Gab today. Matt is a past chair of … Continue reading Vinyl and the Life Cycle Assessment
The value of feedback in a podcast – especially one based on the hit Fox show “24: Legacy” is that feedback – like freedom, is the most valuable currency to a podcaster. Whether you’re a law enforcement professional or military vet – like my co-hosts this season or a jackass pop-culture, father, tv-watching, movie viewing … Continue reading Our All-Fan-Input Episode for 24: Legacy: Season 1 Starring – YOU!