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There is a Tex/Mex-sized steak number of things going on. The annual NFL Slave Trade is taking place. The happily running for the roses horses are trying to win the Kentucky Derby, and Americans eveywhere are gleefully awaiting to don their sombreros, drink tequila, and celebrate Cinco de Mayo in honor of folks whom they refuse to let into their country. And...
Jay, Matt, and the IWS Radio team break it all down for you. IWS offers NFL Draft analysis, recap the Derby, and preview the Cinco de Mayo celebration as they drink Mexican beer, and make fun of the French army.
In addition to that, Jay and Matt discuss Supreme Court gay marriage oral arguments, the Baltimore riots, and take your phone calls at 661.244.9852 as IWS Radio presents: Man Meat, Horse Meat, and Tequila.
ArtSees Diner Radio host Mary E. welcome Jose Hermosillo as we get ready to have a nation-wide fiesta focused on a rapidly growing American favorite libation...TEQUILA! Featured musician is Nerio Degracia!
July 24 is National Tequila Day and we have a story for you! Jose Hermosillo, seventh generation tequila producer and owner of Casa Noble Tequila will share the history of Mexico’s most popular spirit. This popular spirit boasts an appellation or denomination of origin. Distilled from the nectar of the Weber blue agave, tequila dates from the 16th century. It may have originated in the Mexican town of Amatitan, Jalisco, where a pre-Hispanic distillery has been discovered in El Tecuane Canyon. We will discuss the rise in popularity of Tequila in the U.S including the steady growth of this spirit. Casa Noble Tequila A renowned boutique distillery, Casa Noble presents the pride, passion and quality commitment of more than 200 years and over 7 generations of Tequila production. The Casa Noble family of Single Estate Organic Tequilas – Crystal, Reposado and Anejo have a rich history that has earned them a position as one of the finest ultra premium spirits portfolios in the world. Today, Casa Noble’s handcrafted tequilas are exported to over 30 countries worldwide and currently available in premium retail outlets, restaurants, distinguished bars and lounges and destination hotels around the world.
Americans are learning what Mexicans have known for years - that a bottle that calls itself "tequila" may contain up to 49% non-agave spirits. What difference does that make in flavors and in mixing the tequila into cocktails?
What does the introduction of organic tequila mean: to drinking, cocktails and the environment. Is it really worth the extra bucks?
Weekly Witchy Wednesday with amazing Woman, Lady Grave Dancer-Tequila
Discussing 'Grave Yard Dirt' the power of the element and how to use it effectively.
On tonight's episode, we will be celebrating the OTHER manufactured holiday, Festivus, by airing our grievances. We'll be talking about Nicholas Sparks and the Notebook, again, and we'll finally get to Tila Tequila and her newfound Nazi leanings. Along the way, we'll laugh, we'll cry, we'l punch
each other in the genitals, and we'll fart into our hands and slap each other. Join us!
Tune in as Zig Zag and Rufus explore experimental radio, feel free to call in an give us your particular take on reality. No topic is taboo, except boring shit, but's thats up to you.
On tonights episode: Vaping, Smashing Pumpkins, Keith Mono, Tequila, UFOs, Sex
In ther them good ole ranching days when the boys were saddled up and travelin by horse it was whiskey or Tequila which traveled best....join us for a look back in time to the ranch hands and cowboys and how Tequila played a role in American Cowboy history....
Hosted by Rich Gehlhausen
Tonight's show will continue the discussion from the last show about Sharkeisha and Sharmichael. We'll also be reading excerpts from Tila Tequila's blog "Why I Sympathize With Hitler", as well as quickly talking about Kanye's current madness since we were cut off last week. We might even verbally assault each other with homosexual barrages and forget we hate each other for five minutes.
Did you burn out of drinking tequila during your mispent youth? Not Dr. Jablow! After seeing Martha Stewart taste a flight of tequila on her show I became intrigued. I'm one of the few who can still dring tequila without retching. I wanted to know more.
Now, years later, Dr. Marty Jablow and I speak about the hobby of tequila enjoyment. Not for getting hammered, but for the enjoyment of a good beverage that doubles as a shoulder knot remover. Join us as we talk about our days with tequila, and learning to appreciate the nuances of tasting a newly legitimized adult beverage.
Host: Shirley Gutkowski
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Bestselling writer Ann Hood is the author of The Knitting Circle, The Red Thread, and Comfort: A Journey Through Grief, among other works. Her most recent novel is The Obituary Writer, featuring two alternating storylines; one in 1919 in the wake of the San Francisco earthquake, and another in 1960 on the eve of John Kennedy’s inaugural.
In this interview with Tears and Tequila co-authors Linda Schreyer and Jo-Ann Lautman, Hood discusses her writing career and the process of finding her way forward, and also provides listeners with a brief introduction to her daughter Annabelle, who sat in on Ann’s interview.
Learn how to recycle the Black dollar!
If you are a small business owner this a show you don't want to miss. TeQuila Shabazz will be joining the show to share with you everything you need to know to register your business and gain exposure.
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May The Fourth Be With You and ¡Salud, pesetas y amor y tiempo para gozarlos! [Health, love, money and the time to enjoy them!] This week, we're gettin' our geek on and partying like it's 1979. Join us for 90 minutes of spaced out, chipotle flavored craziness with the OG's of Podcating Matt G and "Doc" Savage.
Whether you've seen all of the original films in the theater or you've been subjected to the "Special Editions" and Jar-Jar Binks, we want to hear from you. Tell us about how you first fell in love with the franchise. What is it that makes it so eduring? Are you a collector? Tell us about how you got started and what keeps you going. Are you looking t expand your collection or have something to sell? Share that with our universe of over 80000 listeners. Or, if you just want to geek out on all things Jedi, call in and get a conversation started.
While we're at it, we'll enjoy some traditional Mexican "refreshments" and share some good places to celebrate Cinco de Mayo. If you have any suggestions, feel free to call in and share.