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  • A photography podcast featuring South Florida photographers with a focus on Leica products

  • Meet Linda, Confidence Coach and Stylist. Practically, she helps women to build a beautiful wardrobe, on a budget, customized to their body, their profession and their lifestyle. But secretly, she teaches them how to fall in love with the woman in the mirror. Beauty starts with the heart. Confidence is built. And fashion should be fun! Style is just a skill, and there is a recipe. This is your time to arise and shine!
    Go to www.lindapaige.com to learn more about Linda and her work.

  • Thrifting, also known as secondhand shopping or vintage shopping, has taken the fashion world by storm in recent years. This growing trend involves purchasing pre-owned clothing and accessories from thrift stores, consignment shops, vintage boutiques, or online marketplaces. While the concept of thrifting has been around for decades, it has experienced a significant resurgence in popularity due to a combination of economic, environmental, and fashion-related factors.
    One of the primary reasons behind the rise of thrifting is its economical nature. Thrift stores offer clothing and accessories at prices that are significantly lower than those found in traditional retail stores. This affordability makes it possible for people to refresh and update their wardrobes without spending exorbitant amounts of money. For students, young professionals, and those on a tight budget, thrifting provides an opportunity to experiment with different styles and fashion trends without breaking the bank. The cost-saving aspect of thrifting has become increasingly appealing in the face of economic uncertainties and the rising cost of living.
    In addition to its economic benefits, thrifting has gained popularity due to its environmental advantages. The fashion industry is notorious for its substantial environmental footprint, with fast fashion, in particular, contributing to increased textile waste and pollution. Thrifting, on the other hand, promotes the reuse and recycling of clothing, thereby reducing the demand for new production and minimizing textile waste. By extending the life cycle of garments, thrifting offers a more sustainable alternative to the constant cycle of consumption and disposal associated with fast fashion. As consumers become more environmentally conscious, thrifting has emerged as a way to make more eco-friendly fashion choices.
    Another factor contributing to the popularity of thrifting is the opportunity it provides for creating unique and individualized fashion statements. Thrift stores are known for their eclectic mix of clothing from various eras, styles, and brands, offering shoppers a vast array of options to choose from. This diverse selection allows fashion enthusiasts to curate one-of-a-kind outfits that reflect their personal style and set them apart from the homogeneous looks offered by mainstream fashion retailers. Thrifting enables individuals to express their creativity and originality by mixing and matching vintage pieces with contemporary clothing, resulting in distinctive and eye-catching ensembles.
    For many thrifters, the process of searching through racks and shelves to uncover hidden gems is an exciting and rewarding experience in itself. The thrill of the hunt and the satisfaction of finding high-quality, rare, or designer items at bargain prices keep many shoppers coming back to thrift stores time and time again. This treasure hunting aspect of thrifting adds an element of adventure and surprise to the shopping experience, making it a more engaging and enjoyable activity compared to traditional retail shopping.
    Thrifting also allows fashion enthusiasts to connect with the past by incorporating vintage clothing into their wardrobes. Vintage pieces carry a sense of nostalgia and history that new clothing often lacks. By wearing clothing from different decades, thrifters can evoke a particular era or style that resonates with their personal taste and aesthetic preferences. The vintage appeal of thrifted clothing adds character and depth to an individual's fashion choices, allowing them to express their appreciation for the past while making a statement in the present.
    Many thrift stores are operated by charitable organizations that use the proceeds from sales to support various causes, such as education, job training, or community development. By choosing to shop at these stores, thrifters can contribute to positive social change while simultaneously updating their wardrobes. This aspect of thrifting appeals to socially conscious consumers who seek to make a positive impact through their purchasing decisions. The knowledge that their fashion choices are supporting worthwhile causes adds an extra layer of meaning and fulfillment to the thrifting experience.
    Thrifting has also gained momentum as a way to counter the negative impacts of fast fashion. The fast fashion industry is characterized by the rapid production of inexpensive, trend-driven clothing that often ends up in landfills after a short period of use. By opting for secondhand clothing, thrifters can slow down the cycle of consumption and waste associated with fast fashion. Thrifting encourages a more mindful approach to fashion, promoting the idea of quality over quantity and encouraging consumers to consider the long-term value and wearability of their clothing purchases.
    The rise of online marketplaces and social media platforms has further fueled the popularity of thrifting by making it more accessible and convenient than ever before. Online thrift stores, such as ThredUp and Poshmark, have emerged as popular destinations for buying and selling secondhand clothing. These platforms allow users to browse extensive collections of pre-owned items from the comfort of their homes, making it easier for thrifters to find specific pieces or styles they are looking for. Social media platforms, particularly Instagram, have also become thriving communities for thrifters to showcase their finds, share styling tips, and connect with like-minded individuals. The online thrifting community has fostered a sense of camaraderie and inspiration, encouraging more people to embrace secondhand shopping as a fashionable and socially acceptable practice.
    Celebrity influence has also played a significant role in the mainstreaming of thrifting. Many high-profile celebrities and fashion influencers have openly expressed their love for secondhand shopping and have been spotted wearing thrifted pieces on various occasions. This celebrity endorsement has helped to elevate the status of thrifting, making it a trendy and fashionable choice rather than a stigmatized necessity. When influential figures in the fashion world embrace and celebrate thrifting, it sends a powerful message to their followers and the general public, encouraging more people to consider secondhand shopping as a viable and stylish option.
    Thrifting has also given rise to a related trend of customizing and upcycling secondhand clothing. Many thrifters take their finds a step further by altering or repurposing them to create entirely new and unique pieces. This can involve adding embellishments, changing hemlines, or combining elements from different garments to craft one-of-a-kind items that reflect their personal style and creativity. The practice of customizing and upcycling thrifted clothing has become increasingly popular, particularly among younger generations who value individuality and self-expression in their fashion choices. This trend not only extends the life of clothing but also allows thrifters to put their own stamp on their wardrobes, creating pieces that are truly reflective of their personalities and aesthetic preferences.
    The growing popularity of thrifting has also had a ripple effect on the fashion industry as a whole. Many fashion brands and retailers have taken notice of the increasing demand for secondhand clothing and have started to incorporate vintage-inspired or thrifted elements into their collections. Some brands have even launched their own vintage or secondhand lines, recognizing the potential for profit and the shifting consumer preferences towards more sustainable and unique fashion options. This integration of thrifting into mainstream fashion has further legitimized the trend and has made it more accessible to a wider range of consumers.
    In addition to its fashion-related benefits, thrifting has also become a way for people to connect with their local communities and support small businesses. Many thrift stores and consignment shops are locally owned and operated, providing a unique shopping experience that is rooted in the community. By choosing to shop at these establishments, thrifters can contribute to the local economy and help to sustain small businesses that may be struggling in the face of competition from large retail chains. Thrifting has also fostered a sense of community among shoppers, with many people forming friendships and connections through their shared love of secondhand shopping.
    Despite its numerous benefits, thrifting is not without its challenges and criticisms. One concern is the potential for thrift stores to contribute to the gentrification of certain neighborhoods, as the increasing popularity of thrifting can lead to rising prices and the displacement of low-income residents who rely on these stores for affordable clothing. There are also concerns about the quality and safety of secondhand clothing, particularly in terms of hygiene and the potential for contamination. However, many thrift stores have implemented strict cleaning and inspection protocols to ensure that the items they sell are safe and in good condition.
    Another challenge associated with thrifting is the time and effort required to find specific items or styles. Unlike traditional retail shopping, where items are organized by size and style, thrifting often involves sifting through large quantities of clothing to find the perfect piece. This can be a time-consuming and sometimes frustrating process, particularly for those who are looking for a specific item or have limited time to shop. However, for many thrifters, the thrill of the hunt and the satisfaction of finding a unique treasure make the extra effort worthwhile.
    In conclusion, thrifting has emerged as a popular and influential fashion trend that shows no signs of slowing down. Its economic, environmental, and stylistic b

  • Were the Middle Ages funny? To answer that question, Mary Wellesley and Irina Dumitrescu hunt through some of the rudest, silliest and surprising works in English literature in search of the Medieval sense of humour.

    Mary Wellesley and Irina Dumitrescu are both writers and historians, and regular contributors to the London Review of Books.

    Sign up to listen to this series ad free and all our subscriber series in full, including Mary and Irina's twelve-part series Medieval Beginnings:

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    Get in touch: [email protected]

    Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

  • Discover the fascinating narrative of America’s past with "Comic History of the United States." This podcast brings humor and wit to the telling of American history, making it engaging and entertaining. Ideal for history enthusiasts, students, and anyone looking to learn about the United States with a smile.

  • Simian is an independent art center in the district of Ørestad in Copenhagen, Denmark. Founded and run by artists as a non-profit organization, Simian aspires to support and present experimental exhibition projects by national and international artists from emergent and established positions. Through an extensive programme, Simian seeks to engage in critical artistic and social discourses, with the aim to generate discussion, reflection and agency.

  • Even without a national pavilion, 2024 proved to be an historic year for Aotearoa artists in Venice, with the most artists from Aotearoa New Zealand โ€“ and the most Ngฤ toi Mฤori artists โ€“ to ever feature at the Venice Biennale and parallel events. Listen to the artists as they unravel the processes, inspirations and politics behind presenting at the worldโ€™s most prestigious contemporary art event and simultaneous exhibitions in Venice.


    Areez Katki

    Brett Graham (Ngฤti Koroki Kahukura, Tainui)

    Caitlin Devoy

    Elisapeta Hinemoa Heta (Ngฤtiwai, Ngฤpuhi, Waikato Tainui, Sฤmoan, Tokelauan)

    Fred Graham (Ngฤti Koroki Kahukura, Tainui)

    Mataaho Collective

    Robert Jahnke (Ngฤi Taharora, Te Whฤnau a Iritekura, Te Whฤnau a Rakairo o Ngฤti Porou)

    Sandy Adsett (Ngฤti Pahauwera)

    New episodes are released every Saturday from 22 June 2024. Visit Contemporary HUM for more info: https://contemporaryhum.com/projects/crossing-currents-aotearoa-new-zealand-artists-in-venice


    This series is produced with the support of Creative New Zealand Toi Aotearoa, with editing and mixing by Hamish Petersen. Cultural advisory is provided by Matariki Williams, graphic design by Emma Kaniuk, and music by Joรฃo Verรญssimo.


    If you are interested in sponsoring a future podcast series produced by Contemporary HUM or in making a donation to support our work, please reach out: [email protected]

    Contemporary HUM is a hub for Aotearoa arts abroad. We champion the international projects of New Zealand creative practitioners through publishing, events and partnerships.

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  • A mother and daughter inquiry into the objects that give meaning to our lives. Recorded in Aotearoa, New Zealand. To see images of the objects discussed, please visit our Instagram @insidethejewelbox

  • A weekly show about YouTube thumbnails, strategy, and design hosted by David Altizer featuring some of the biggest creators on YouTube. Live every Thursday only on X Spaces!

  • Join designer, mentor and writer Sarah Robertson as she shares ideas and insights from a creative career spanning over two decades.

    Through a blend of solo episodes and guest conversations, you'll learn more about the Brand Seasons method, which charts the phases of Sowing, Blossoming, Harvesting and Grounding. Sarah considers what this means for our creative lives and work, with topics including honing our vision, navigating busy stretches and quiet periods, and harnessing our energy. She also touches on nature and its cycles, drawing inspiration from the Celtic Wheel of the Year.

    Sarah runs These Are The Days, a studio specialising in crafting brands that feel like home, where she supports clients with strategy, styling and storytelling.


  • All for one, one for all!

    D'Artagnan has always wanted to be a Musketeer. When he travels to Paris on his quest, he befriends three of the most formidable swordsmen of the age, meets the love of his life, and is caught up in a web of intrigue that may bring France to its knees.

    Adapted from perhaps the most famous historical novel of all time comes a swashbuckling and endlessly entertaining story of chivalry, honor and sexual tension, with a plot full of stolen diamonds, masked balls, loud threesomes, and of course, great bouts of swordplay.

    By Durham University Audio Drama Society.

  • House Of Jazz is first and foremost a community; a tribe of jazz theatre performing artists across the globe pioneering both the education and evolution of jazz dance. Through discovery, ownership, and community, we hold a safe space for artists to achieve self-mastery through recovery, accountability, and consistency. This podcast is dedicated to our fellow wolves, because this is how we do it.

  • Two Best Friends Erin & Whitney Talking food, The Hospitality industry , life and Everything in Between!

  • A is for Apple is an encyclopaedia of food and drink that takes a deep dive into food and drink culture letter by letter.

    Written and presented by Sam Bilton, Neil Buttery and Alessandra Pino.

  • learning & cooking with simple recipes and step by step instructions. Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/miss-goudeez/support

  • Every week we bring together pizza industry movers and shakers for candid conversations about the business. We talk to pizza shop owners, pizza makers, equipment manufacturers, food purveyors, and other experts about the latest trends, challenges, and opportunities in the industry.

    Pizza Industry Convos is part of Pizza Club.

    Find us at @ineedpizzaclub on YouTube, Instagram, Threads and Tiktok.

    Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

  • Martin Cheung and Steve Vaughan host The Photography Pod, a show for both working professional photographers and enthusiast snappers.
     Martin and Steve are professional photographers based in the UK. The show features guest interviews with photographers from all genres of photography as well as technical and gear discussions. 
    Martin and Steve both use Sony Alpha mirrorless cameras and lenses. 

  • OtherNetwork Conversations is a podcast series by OtherNetwork.io that highlights some of the independent cultural projects reshaping the art world today.

    Each episode is recorded on location in a different art space, putting our guests in conversation with an invited artist, curator or cultural producer to discuss the politics of creating art in their respective local contexts. We believe that Independent cultural venues offer vital counter-narratives to those of larger galleries and museums – OtherNetwork Conversations features different spaces around the world, from Accra to Rotterdam, to find out how.

  • Clockshop is an arts and culture organization that seeks to generate social change through the transformation of public space.