Ori Pfeffer InterviewActor Ori Pfeffer sits down with Mark and Cristina to talk about his USA drama “Dig.” Ori shares what it was like to shoot the show in Jerusalem, which is where Ori lived until he was 21. He also talks about how shooting the show required him to go into dark tunnels and caves. Ori enjoyed playing the role of tour guide to some of his co-stars and showing them some locals-only spots.
Taste of HomeLaurel Dalzell from Manteca, California Skypes in with Mark and Cristina to help them make her “Taste of Home” chosen recipe for Parmesan Pork Chops with Spinach Salad. Laurel explains that her special touch for the pork chops is the parmesan cheese and slicing the chops into cutlets. Laurel enjoys making this dish with her two young sons.
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DIY Fabric Patches for Kids’ ClothesTanya Memme shows you how easy it to make your very own patches for your children’s clothing. All you really need are scissors, fabric and fabric glue. After you have the right supplies and have cut the fabric into desired shapes, glue them right on to your denim. Done!
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How to Raise Your Credit ScoreJordan Goodman, author of “Master Your Debt” talks about credit scores. A credit report includes mortgages, credit cards, and other loans. If your score falls over 700, you have a good rate. Remember, the lower your score, the higher your interest. 30 days after you miss a payment is when your credit score can fall up to 20 points. Close up potential debt, for example, credit cards you don’t use. Sign up for a non-profit credit counseling service for help. You can always challenge errors with the original creditors.
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JJ Field InterviewActor JJ Field talks about his new AMC drama “TURN: Washington’s Spies” where he plays the original James Bond. JJ had to do a lot of research for his role and loved getting into an 18th century costume, except he couldn’t pull off the wig! In real life, the actor enjoys adventure and once even had a near-death experience with illness while traveling in Tibet as a teenager.
Paige’s Perfect Wedding DressWith Paige Hemmis’ wedding coming up on June 22nd, she teams up with Debbie Matenopoulos to find her perfect dress. The two ladies turn to designer Mark Zunino for some of his genius sketches. Paige wants her fiancee to melt when he sees her walk down the aisle. Mark says the first thing he looks for when designing a dress is the personality of his model. Mark says that the classic glamorous look is back, and jokes that Paige’s look will be “Western Barbie.”
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Henry Diltz PhotographyRock n’ Roll Photographer Henry Diltz discusses his career of shooting some of the most iconic musicians throughout history, including The Doors, Crosby, Stills & Nash, Mama Cass, Paul McCartney and Joni Mitchell. Henry started his career as a folk singer living in the famous Laurel Canyon and discovered he had a passion for photography. Henry taught himself how to shoot and began with photographing his friends, who were aspiring musicians. Henry’s photographs are currently on display at The Morrison Hotel Gallery in both New York City and Los Angeles.
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Bamboo PlantsShirley Bovshow is back to talk about the bamboo plant. Bamboo belongs to the grass family and is a versatile and excellent building material. Tender bamboo shoots are edible and often used in Asian cuisine.
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