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Tonight, I'll be joined by John Farris (@JohnnyHustlerNE) for Corn Nation Live.
We will be taking your calls on the Minnesota loss, and the upcoming game against Northwestern.
No topic is not safe, and we will listen to your take.
Join us for Corn Nation Live tonight!
The time is now. It's been since last November that Corn Talk has been on the air and how sweet it will be with Dr. Love on the show. Dr. Love (Kurt Roberts) has been married 4 years and is excited to share his fresh perspectives and healthy marriage with our viewers. If you're looking for advice or interested in sharing your awkward dating experiences, the time is NOW.
Well, another week of CN Live, and we have a multitude of things we can talk about. They include:
- the UCLA loss
- Bo Pelini's tape on Deadspin, and the fallout from it.
- Where to go from here.
We will take your questions live on the air from 7 to 9 central tonight, as well as talk everything Huskers.
Please join Melissa Studdard and Tiferet Journal on 10/21/13, from 1-1:30 PM EST, for a conversation with renowned poet and critic, Alfred Corn. Studdard and Corn will discuss Corn’s most recent collection of poetry, Tables, among other things literary and spiritual.
Corn is a frequent reviewer for The New York Times Book Review and The Nation, and, in addition to poetry, has published a novel, critical essays, a prosody manual, a book of art criticism, and a Proust translation.
Corn, whose poetry has been widely anthologized, has been a recipient of the Levinson Prize from Poetry magazine, an Award in Literature from the American Academy and Institute of Arts and Letters, and fellowships from the Guggenheim Foundation, the National Endowment for the Arts, the Academy of American Poets, and the Rockefeller Study and Conference Center at Bellagio, Italy. As well, he received the Amy Clampitt Residency in 2004.
Of Corn’s poetry, Carolyn Forché, of The Lambda Book Report, says, "Corn's formal range is everywhere apparent. He even attempts sapphics in English which closely resemble what might be accomplished in the Greek. But as he understands art to be 'always more than technical virtuosity,' his poetry never merely displays his considerable poetic skills, but rather becomes a mode of thought, an inquiry into art and passion, the limits of mastery, mortality, divinity, and the possible destiny of the human soul."
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Do you play keeper or dynasty fantasy football? Then, you need to tune into My Beautiful Dark Twisted Dynasty every Tuesday night at 6:30PM ET with your co-pilots Bobby McMann and Rob Werkowski. They will be dropping fantasy knowledge to help you dominate your leagues!
It's Andrea's Book Blog and I'll be interviewing New York Times best selling authors Christina and Lauren of the Beautiful Bastard Series. Call in and ask your questions!
We talk about how and why they wrote their books and about their New Release Beautiful Player!
The Life is So Beautiful radio show with Vanda Guzman. I will have many wonderful Guests every Tuesday at 3pm eastern time. Please join us!
Call in Number is 347-205-9957.
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Corn, also known as maize, is one of the biggest crops in America. It is eaten raw, boiled, steamed, popped, broiled, ground up into flour and even used for fuel. It is a key staple in many diets. It is also a grain domesticated by indigenous peoples in Mesoamerica in prehistoric times.
In the book, Beautiful Corn, Anthony Boutard takes a closer look at the history of corn, the botanical composition and the culinary elements which make corn so loved! “Corn is remarkable among the grains because it is used as food from the emergence of the flower buds to the time the kernels are mature. Even among the dry, mature kernels, there is a range of colors, textures, and flavors. No other grain provides such culinary elasticity!”
Tune in to this segment of The Organic View Radio Show, as host, June Stoyer is joined by special guest, Anthony Boutard about the history, cultivation of corn and the culinary uses for corn. Stay tuned!