• 01:15

    Kleft Jaw: Kleftikos Radio (11/12/14)

    in Poetry

    It's that time again. Join Kleft Jaw staff members Gabriel Ricard and Frankie Met for another season two episode of Kleftikos Radio. This time, we're going to sit down with KJ contributor Seth Elkins. There's no question that Seth is going to read us some of his extraordinary work, as well as talk to us about some of the stuff he has coming up through Kleft Jaw Press. However, if you know what this show is all about, then you already know that we tend to cover a considerably strange assortment of territory over the course of each episode. We can promise you reading and conversation from one of the best writers going today, but who the hell knows what else we're going to throw at you?

    There might be music, some surprise callers, and Frankie himself may finally share his recipe for egg and pastrami quiche. It's going to be some pretty interesting madness. It's all going to start at 8pm WST/9pm MT/10pm CST/11pm EST. And if you want to join the show, feel free to call in at (347) 857-1652.

  • 01:00

    Guz Jr. - Red Dawn - Lincoln reviews...

    in Entertainment

    Reviews of Gus Jr
    and the movies...
    Red Dawn
    Lincoln
    and more!

  • 02:16

    Double The Hour of Power Double The Fun

    in Gadgets

    We're spittin the gospel with your two favourite apostles, DJ Smelly Kat and Mr Slambumptious are back on the grind turning water into wine and feeling fine...almost. Rid you of your zinkness with pure hit's (literally) local news weather and sports. We're startin another rezerection on the rezervation that is set to blow your hair piece back turn your crank and blow your mind. We got Tammys Top Ten and a great line up of muzik. So sit back chilax and enjoy. Hold on to your pastrami we're gonna overtake the airwaves like a tusnami giddy up and go  and stay thirsty my friends we're gonna rock your socks off.   

  • 02:22

    The Last Supper Reaping Redemption Ruff Rugged And Raw

    in Comedy

    We're spittin the gospel with your two favourite apostles, DJ Smelly Kat and Mr Slambumptious are back on the grind turning water into wine and feeling fine...almost. Rid you of your zinkness with pure hit's (literally) local news weather and sports. We're startin another rezerection on the rezervation that is set to blow your hair piece back turn your crank and blow your mind. We got Tammys Top Ten and a great line up of muzik. So sit back chilax and enjoy. Hold on to your pastrami we're gonna overtake the airwaves like a tusnami giddy up and go  and stay thirsty my friends we're gonna rock your socks off.     

  • 00:34

    A schmooze with @koshereye about our top 10 picks from kosherfest 2010

    in Food

    Two weeks ago, I had the pleasure of attending my second Kosherfest and my tastebuds are still satisifed from the diverse kosher products available today. I couldn’t wait to arrange a Blog Talk Radio interview with my friend Roberta Scher of KosherEye.com to get the inside scoop on their top 10 picks from the show this year.
    If you are not familiar with Kosherfest, according to the show’s producer, more than 6700 attended Kosherfest with a 17% increase in key buyers. Why are these numbers so high?
    Industry statistics show that the current kosher customer is 40 and under, and looking for gourmet, upscale and healthy kosher products. According to several sources*, the number of kosher consumers in the U.S. tops 12,100,000, and 21% of Americans who regularly or occasionally purchase kosher products do so because the items are kosher-certified. There are approximately 10,650 kosher producing companies and plants, there are 125,000 kosher certified products, 40% of kosher sales occur on the eve of Passover, 19,000 is the average number of kosher products in US supermarkets, and the dollar value of kosher products produced in the USA is $305,000,000,000.
    While many of the exhibitors still featured traditional kosher foods such as pickles, pastrami and challah, it was the variety and newness of products that attracted industry professionals from all over the globe, and caught the attention of buyers from SuperValue, Wegman’s, Safeway, Wakefern/Shoprite, Winn-Dixie, HEB, Stew Leonards, COSTCO, Wal-mart, A&P, Kehe Foods, Kroger, Acme and Key Foods, among many other top food purveyors.
    So, join our show today and get the inside scoop on more than just kosher food your bubbie used to make. Roberta and I will take you into the 21st Century of kosher food. Follow us on twitter and use the hashtag #kosherschmooze and you could win a copy of Susie Fishbein's Kosher By Design Teen's and 20-Somethings.

  • Episode Two: Granny Carries On

    in Culture

    Our second episode will feature segments on movie fandom and comic book artists, political language and the decline of Latin, an excerpt from “Jeff Wayne’s Musical Version of The War of the Worlds”, Facebook posters who “just don’t get it”, how to write for comics, and the heart-warming tale of a sixteen-pound cat and his beloved pastrami. So pull up a twig and a cup of tea, perch in front of the plate of cookies, and help yourself to some piping hot opinions! :)

  • 00:15

    Key West Restaurants - Cafe - Bakery - Internet

    in Food

    There are lots of Key West Restaurants to visit and enjoy dining in Key West. From Italian, Middle East, French and many more, plus do not forget to visit one of our many seafood restaurants in Key West.
    You can dine by candle light on the beach or road side and what is nice is Key West is an island, so casual dress is most always accepted.
    At Island Joes Key West Restaruants we offer a nice varity of Panini Sandwiches to enjoy.
    Panini Sandwiches
    Egg & Cheese - $3.99
    Smoked Bacon or Ham, Egg & Cheese - $4.25
    Toast Bagel & Cream Cheese - $1.79
    Island Joe’s “G’ Mornin’ Key West
    Breakfast Sandwich - $6.49
    Mozzeralla or Provolone Cheese, with Smoked Bacon, Ham, Egg, Roasted Red Peppers, Fresh Sliced Tomato, Tobasco & side of Caribbean Jerk Sauce
    Roasted Chicken - $5.49
    Pastrami on Rye - $5.49
    Roast Beef - $5.49
    Portabella - $6.49
    Grilled Portabella Mushrooms, Roasted Red Pepers, Fresh Sliced Tomatoes, Basil Pesto, Red Onion, Choice of Cheese (Cheddar, Mozzeralla or Provolone) and Balsamic Vinegar with a side of Caribbean Jerk Sauce
    Caprese - $5.25
    Mozzeralla Cheese, Basil Pesto and Fresh Sliced Tomatoes
    Island Joe’s Veggie - $7.99
    Three Cheeses (Cheddar, Mozzeralla & Provolone), Roasted Red Peppers, Fresh Sliced Tomatoes, Grilled Portabella Mushrooms, Hummus Roasted Gralic with a side of Caribbean Jerk Sauce
    Island Joe’s Dagwood - $7.99
    Panini Style served on Cuban Bread with Pastrami, Spanish Pork, Smoked Bacon, Salami, Ham, Fresh Sliced Tomatoes, Basil Pesto, Roast Red Onions, Honey Dejon Mustard, Mayo, Pickles, Red Onion, Provolone and Mozzeralla Cheese with a side of Caribbean Jerk Sauce
    Coffee by the Cup
    $1.79 to $2.49
    Featuring
    Island Joe’s Breakfast Blen
    Smuggler’s Brew
    Deep Blue - French Roast
    Latte - Cappuccino
    Soy - 2% - Chai
    Hot - Cold - Frozen
    $2.75 - $3.99
    Espresso
    Single - $1.49
    Double - $1.99
    Americano - Con Panna
    Cafe Macchiato - $1.99


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