When I was a kid, HAPPY DAYS was one of the most prolific programs on television. What I remember from that was red-headed Richie Cunningham, his family, and the rocking around the clock of those who worshipped the Fonz, and all things drive-in diner. The cars. The stories. The innocence, and ROLLER SKATES! It was … Continue reading American Grafitti (1973) – A Perspective Review
Monthly Archives: June 2018
15 years of Green Buildings are Better in the St. Louis Metro brings Hope Gribble of the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC) – Missouri Gateway Chapter to the studio to gab with us. The USGBC chapter in the St. Louis area has a wonderful partnership with the Missouri Botanical Gardens and their sustainability arm, EarthWays … Continue reading 15 Years of Green Building are Better
Comic books have given readers amazing characters and fantastic storylines. As time goes by and the decades pass, those characters and stories get retold, reimagined and sometimes retconned completely. It’s times like these that fan boys and girls across the land need a few tough as nails private eyes to gather the facts and deliver … Continue reading Our Most Wanted – Thanos
The media continues to grow, as do the varying opinions from both sides, those that follow each side and the people that debate it all. What if we could “measure” what media outlets were offering and then put the contents into a system that gauges their validity? Are you ready to measure the media? How … Continue reading Measuring the Media – How Do We Do It?
Jackie Marie Beyer, The Organic Gardener and host of the Organic Gardener podcast educates people how to grow successful, healthy and chemical free gardens. Common topics on the podcast include soil health, composting, native landscaping and seed saving. Jackie, along with her husband Mike live on 20 acres of what they lovingly call the “Organic … Continue reading Growing Organic Gardens – A VIsit with Jackie Marie Beyer, The Organic Gardener
Gabbing about lighting and how it is brilliant – both in beauty and practicality. Nick Frisella of Metro Lighting joins us to share his involvement both at work and in the community. Nick’s passion for energy efficient lighting and community involvement show what a difference people can make. Nick is involved in his community of … Continue reading Energy Independence with Brilliance
The X-Men are a team of superheroes appearing in a number of comic books published by Marvel. The X-Men are Mutants, a subspecies of humans who are born with superhuman abilities activated by the “X Gene”. The X-Men fight for peace and equality between normal humans and mutants in a world where anti-mutant bigotry is fierce and widespread. Created by writer Stan Lee and artist/co-writer Jack … Continue reading Our X-Men Moments…
Debt free people: Have no fear. You can prove you are creditworthy without a FICO score with eCredable. Steve Ely joins us to share how the credit scoring landscape is changing. Not only are more lenders leaving the traditional credit score algorithm behind but they are finding more consumers are creditworthy without it! eCredable … Continue reading Changing Credit Scores from 123 to ABC with eCredable
Make DC Comics Great…Again? DC Comics Inc. is one of the largest and oldest comic book companies, producing material that takes place in the fictional DC Universe, featuring numerous iconic characters including: Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman, Green Lantern, The Flash, Swamp Thing, The Spectre, Hitman, Aquaman, Supergirl, Nightwing and Green Arrow! Not to mention teams such as the Justice League, the Justice Society of America, the Suicide Squad, and the Teen Titans, and … Continue reading How Do You Remember DC Comics?
Something that smells bad is your first key that it probably is bad, yet airborne stuff that is harmful to your health doesn’t always smell bad. Controlling the stuff that causes problems, or pollutant source control, is key to controlling the air flow and air quality in your home. Many odors, such as the smell … Continue reading Let Your Nose Be the Guide – Controlling Smells and Other Airborne Stuff