Hey guys. Sheesh, the things they don't tell you before you go on live national television!
So, I was super nervous about doing a segment on CNN for their Eatocracy segment. So much so that I didn't want to jinx it by mentioning it ahead of time.
But … today, Jimmy Carter did not die, so they put me on TV for a few seconds to talk about local foods.
Added by Lady Rogue on September 28, 2010 at 2:30pm —
Hey and Hi, Speakers, Panelists and Participants -
There's no sense burying the lede: We are postponing the Neighbor Goods Studio, originally scheduled for Saturday, September 25th.… Continue
Added by Lady Rogue on September 22, 2010 at 6:22pm —
Steven Carse is the King of Pops.
LRBN: We’re in this (metaphorical) elevator together for 30 floors – Hi there, what do you do?… Continue
Added by Shari Margolin on September 17, 2010 at 9:00am —
Urban Cannibals has been selected as one of 10 finalists in Daily Candy's "Start Small, Go Big" Contest. Vote for them to help them win $10,000! Great job Doria and Calavino!
Added by Shari Margolin on September 9, 2010 at 7:45pm —
The Lady Rogue Business Network is pleased to announce a full-day workshop focused on strengthening our local economy. Our curated list of speakers features the best and the brightest of Atlanta minds - entrepreneurs who understand that a healthy economy starts at home. We’re packing a day full of panels, DIY crafting, brainstorming sessions,… Continue
Added by Amy Herr on September 7, 2010 at 2:45pm —
Irene Mbari-Kirika, middle, with volunteers, is the Executive Director of a local non-profit called inABLE
.LRBN: We’re in this (metaphorical) elevator together for 30 floors – Hi there, what do you do?
IMK: I am the Executive Director for inABLE (formerly Our Reading Spaces). inABLE is a not-for-profit organization whose mission is to empower the… Continue
Added by Shari Margolin on September 3, 2010 at 9:00am —
ROOM FOR RENT NEAR EAV - $650 ALL INCLUDED
Room: One large bedroom, full bath and walk in closet inside the room.
The room is the entire downstairs of my new condo - and only one other
person has lived there and kept it VERY nice. You have the garage as
your own, and have access to your room/floor through the private entry
in the garage. Not furnished. And SORRY - not pets allowed ( well -
mainly no dogs ...… Continue
Added by Carrington on September 2, 2010 at 12:37pm —
Design*Sponge recently posted some free resources for business owners that may be helpful for some of us. Check it out here:
Also, not free, but a damn good bang for you buck, is the upcoming Lady Rogue Business Network Neighbor Goods Studio day. Be… Continue
Added by Shari Margolin on August 30, 2010 at 1:22pm —
Westside Creamery is hiring!
We're looking for several people to fill different part-time positions in our business. If you don't know about us, we're a small artisanal ice cream & sorbet company here in Atlanta. We work out of a kitchen on Peachtree Industrial, and sell our products primarily out of our street food-style ice cream truck. We use local ingredients and are committed to sustainable practices.
We're looking for individuals with food service experience and… Continue
Added by Maggie Rentz on August 29, 2010 at 9:14pm —
I have just moved back from NYC and am looking for a place to live. I've lived in an apartment for years and would love to find a place to rent with a front or back yard, something I could actually afford. I am very clean, quiet and would love to find a garage
apartment or a carriage house to rent. I am a young artist and graphic designer currently working as such for
Farmer D Organics. I would love to
help with any gardening or landscaping and am also very… Continue
Added by Cubby (Lindsay) West on August 29, 2010 at 6:07pm —
Afternoon Nanny for One… Continue
Added by Amy Herr on August 26, 2010 at 7:30pm —
Transitioning from a corporate job to working in your own office reduces the amount of social interactions one has during the day. It seems like there are a lot of perks to co-working, sharing ideas, socializing, being in a space that's not your house/coffeeshop, etc.
I was wondering if anyone has had any experiences they would like to share on utilizing co-working spaces around Atlanta, and if you do, which one do you prefer and… Continue
Added by Jenny Sun on August 23, 2010 at 3:33pm —
Shameeka Ayers of The Broke Socialite blogs, coaches, and puts on lifestyle events in Atlanta and beyond.
LRBN: We’re in this (metaphorical) elevator together for 30 floors – Hi there, what do you do?
SA: I am Shameeka Ayers. The Broke Socialite. Leveraging… Continue
Added by Shari Margolin on August 20, 2010 at 9:23am —
Hi ladies Rogue,
I have a friend looking for part-time work for right now and through the end of the year before he goes back to his last year of college.
He's looking for work that is mostly non-office based, but is otherwise he's pretty open and flexible. He has a variety of experience, is good with people and at taking the initiative with projects, he's responsible and easy to get along with, laid back.
I consider him an amateur chef so if your looking for… Continue
Added by Laurie Gay on August 18, 2010 at 11:55am —
We are hosting a 4 week intensive hands-on organic gardening workshop at The Funny Farm in Stone Mountain. We cover everything from soil preparation and composting, to garden planning and pest control. If you are new to gardening or want to learn more about how to succeed with organic methods, this is the workshop for you. You can register here: http://fallorganicgardeningworkshop.eventbrite.com
Space is limited to 10 people… Continue
Added by Duane Marcus on August 17, 2010 at 5:06pm —
Vegetable Husband is looking for a dependable, trustworthy, energetic, highly organized person for part-time opportunity working in a home office environment. If you care about the local organic growing community, this could be a great opportunity for you. Below is a summary of the position and requirements:… Continue
Added by Amy Herr on August 16, 2010 at 9:56pm —
Summer is almost over and we're all gearing up to get back in the groove of work, school, and gulp ... holiday season!
Lots of fun stuff going on in the land of LRBNers. Here goes!
<3 Lady RogueSAVE THE DATE!
Saturday, September 25th we are putting on an INTENSE all day session entitled ... Neighbor Goods Studio!
We've been planning this for months and I'm so excited to present… Continue
Added by Lady Rogue on August 12, 2010 at 3:38pm —
Hi LRBN Peeps, The kids are back in school, so why not do something for you.
Kosmic Art Designs will be having a new and fun art class for adults. Artini Class is a exciting way to express yourself on on glass. You will be creating hand painted masterpieces on martini,wine,and shot glasses. Which you be able to take home that night. This 2 hr class will include 2 ready to paint glasses, paint and light tapas, for 25.00 per person.
Our 1st class begins on Thursday…
Added by Afi Nia Green on August 10, 2010 at 1:53pm —
Duane Marcus, along with his wife Robin, own The Funny Farm in Stone Mountain, GA, where they grow organic vegetables for sale and lead workshops teaching others how to grow their own food.
LRBN: We’re in this (metaphorical) elevator together for 30 floors – Hi there, what… Continue
Added by Shari Margolin on August 6, 2010 at 9:00am —
You can now shop on my website go to http://www.kosmicartdesigns.com
Added by Afi Nia Green on August 1, 2010 at 7:34pm —