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The infamous "shotgun poetry" reading series returns with a vengeance in its sixth season as Wolfgang Carstens welcomes Frank Reardon, Rob Plath and Lawrence Gladeview to the program.
Blood will be squeezed from the alphabet.
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The Unknown Show hosted by Bud Smith with special guests WOLFGANG CARSTENS and APRIL MICHELLE BRATTEN. Wolfgang Carstens will be discussing some new Epic Rites Press projects; some new Poets Underground projects that involve John Yamrus, RD Armstrong, William Taylor Jr. and others; and O, there will much more than mere name dropping, o yes, there will be poetry and bombs and blood squeezed from the alphabet. April Michelle Bratten was born in Marrero, Louisiana. She received her Bachelor's degree in English Literature from Minot State University in Minot, North Dakota. April was a finalist for the Best of the Net award in 2009 and was nominated again in 2010. She was also nominated for the 2010 Pushcart Prize. Her work has been widely published in both print and online, including the journals Istanbul Literary Review, Santa Fe Literary Review, San Pedro River Review, Southeast Review, Gutter Eloquence, Kill Poet, The Orange Room Review, and Dark Sky Magazine among others. She co-edits and writes book reviews for the online literary journal Up the Staircase Quarterly, which can be found at www.upthestaircase.org *** The Unknown Show is an interview series hosted by Bud Smith. The featured guests will range from writers, artists, musicians, ect. with a focus on projects that they are working on or promoting. The goal is to #1, not put you to sleep, and #2 leave you with some personal and often creepy details about a person who used to be unknown to you.
Laura Frankel, executive chef at Wolfgang Puck Kosher Catering in Chicago, explains the importance of the crock pot in traditional Jewish holiday cuisine. “It’s a paradox that part of the enjoyment of keeping the Sabbath is eating a hot meal. Yet you cannot turn on your stove and cook a hot meal,” she tells The Recipe Box host Barbara Howard. “In the old days in Europe and all throughout the Middle East, people arrived at the same solution, which was a long-cooked meal. So Jews will frequently make what’s called the cholent, or Sabbath stew, and put it in a slow cooker. But before the days of slow cookers, they’d take it to the Christian bakerys—which had fires going 24/7—then pick it up on the way home from the synagogues,” adds the author of Jewish Cooking for All Seasons. “I personally use my slow cooker every day of the week. It’s good to brown your food the night before putting it in the slow cooker. That gives it its rich brown color and hearty caramelized taste.”
“I’m always coveting those turkeys on TV where they slather them with butter,” laments Jewish Shmooz Network host Lois Held. “We can’t have butter on our turkeys, so how do we make our turkeys moist?” Fortunately, her guest, Laura Frankel has all the answers. “I like to start with all good ingredients. I don’t want any ersatz ingredients. So instead of butter, I go with really good, tasty olive oil,” says executive chef at Wolfgang Puck Kosher Catering in Chicago, who penned the popular Jewish Cooking for All Seasons. “I start with my turkey at room temperature and give it a really good rub with the olive oil. Plus a little bit of lemon juice and some white wine. I even throw some cheese cloth in that mixture and drape it over the turkey, which is kind of like giving it a little bath while it’s roasting. That keeps the breast really moist and flavorful. But for the last hour of cooking, I pull the cheese cloth off the turkey so the skin gets brown and crispy.”
It's interesting to write about someone who you've seen in clubs around town many times - then realize that you think about this person in a whole new way. It's a little like recognizing that a family member is a genius!
Such is the case with Baltimore's Warren Wolf. Oh, trust me - we all knew that Warren was a breed apart. It's just that NOW the world is catching up! And it's time. Because this young multi-instrumentalist has been playing since Daddy steered him in that direction: at THREE!
Yes, our next guest learned how to play drums, piano, vibraphone and marimba EARLY. And spent eight years at the renowned Peabody Institute, immersing himself in the classics. Thereafter, Warren was off to Berklee in Boston - this was not only academically satisfying - but it provided two more branches for this flowering tree that were not expected. First, Warren established himself at the respected Boston venue, Wally's Club - as the drummer in the house band that he co-led. Second, his expertise on multiple instruments paved the way for a teaching opportunity at the College. And that solidified a reputation that was already wonderful.
As a member of Bobby Watson's sextet - and as same with Christian McBride's Inside Straight, Warren Wolf continued to hone the skills that attracted the attention of the New York Times, NPR and the head of Blue Note Records.
Now - with his sophomore release on Mack Avenue - his focus is on songwriting and memorable melodies. "Wolfgang" is all about making an impact - which you will surely feel.
Gary Burton calls Warren the one to fill his shoes when GB hangs up his mallets. The SF Jazz Collective has invited Warren to embark on a journey with the great musicians in that organization. This is just the beginning - let's enjoy this beautiful journey of Warren Wolf :)
Our guest this morning is Chef Matt Strong.
Matt recently took over the kitchen at Jackson Food & Drink in El Segundo.
Matt is a graduate of the Le Cordon Bleu program in Pasadena California and his resume includes celebrated restaurants such as Patina in Los Angeles and Jean-Georges in New York City.
His most recent roles include Spago and Wolfgang Puck Catering.
He has been with Jackson's for just a few months and is in the process of changing the menu and adding his own personal touch.
Matt believes in using seasonal and fresh ingredients which highlight every dish and he is a huge proponent of local and regional farmers markets.
He also has a love affair with cheese and wants to create delicious cheese and charcuterie boards at Jacksons in the very near future.
Ladies and gentlemen, I can guarantee this is going to be a mouth-watering show!
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Welcome to Kaylee's Outdoors. Where we hunt and fish and enjoy the outdoors. We love to be in the woods, on a lake or in a blind. We enjoy teaching our children and other children about the outdoors. We participiate in the Wounded Warrior United project and help Combat Veterans get back into the woods or water. Our very special guest this week is none other then Bill SpurChaser Ernst. And all around sportsman and husband and Father. Make sure you tune in this week, call and participate and chat on the chat available for you.. Sponsored by: Altus,CassCreek,DoeNBuck,Wolfgang,SmithMountainCalls, ChrisFlowersLanyards,USAmmoZone,BenchMaster,ProEars, Proud Partnership with MarkOwens and Band and CountryStyleRecords, Sponsor of DucksUnlimited.
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You have heard the saying that no man is an island. Though dreaming is deeply personal, once you set out to build what you imagine, you will need to forge partnerships along the way. The bigger the dream, the greater the human resources you will need. Gwendolyn Edwards and Leanne Heintz discuss how to form relationships that move you forward.
“Hearing Voices” - Topic-related quote to jumpstart the conversation; this episode – Johann Wolfgang Von Goeth sponsored by RonWitherspoonPhotography.com
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http://blogtalkradio.com/hollischapmanshow Charles Mcdonald is our special guest.The Eastern French Frontier, 1754. The French and Indian War is about to begin. The War Trail is a rich and electrifying account of one early American coping with the new world. Wolfgang Steiner is a young German Redemptioner hired out to the Ohio Company as a hunter.
CC RADIO Host: Barbara Karnes Topic: Non-Locality of Synchronicity Date: 7/25/13 (US) | 7/26/13 (AU) Time: 7pm EST US | 9am EST AU Duration: 16+ mins ---------- Tonight you'll hear a read of pgs 77- 81 of Michael Talbot's book, "The Holographic Universe," where he shares a few stories of synchronicity, the theories of Carl Jung, and the thoughts of several scientific and intellectual notables on Jung's ideas. ---------- Here at Cool Coincidence, we like our synchronicity served with a side of awe and humor. For reasons I can only attribute to regular meditation, continuing education in the areas of spirituality, awareness and energy, and a possible shove from a dear relative who passed in the early summer of 2009, I experience really cool coincidence with ornate frequency.
Am I a functioning psychotic? Maybe. Yet, I can’t ignore the experiences that find me, and introduce themselves in the most amazing and clever ways. So, pull up a chair and enjoy a regular plateful. It’s good for the soul. And, join me each Thursday evening at 7:00 p.m., EST US for 15 quick minutes of pure poetry on Cool Coincidence Radio on the 5D Media Network.
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Corbin Bernsen is a graduate of UCLA where he earned a bachelors degree in Theater and a Masters degree in Playwriting, he currently stars as Henry Spencer on the USA Network’s hit original series PSYCH. He first rose to stardom in the hit NBC TV series, L.A. Law. He was nominated for both Emmy and Golden Globe awards for his performance as Arnie Becker on the show. Along the way he hosted Saturday Night Live, and guest starred on Seinfeld and Star Trek to name a few notable television appearances. In the feature film arena, he starred in the comedy Hello Again, followed by other critically acclaimed roles in Disorganized Crime, Wolfgang Peterson’s Shattered, The Great White Hype, and as the Cleveland Indians’ third baseman-turned-owner Roger Dorn in the extremely popular Major League series of films. Other film credits include Lay the Favorite with Bruce Willis and The Big Year with Steve Martin, Jack Black and Owen Wilson. He also appeared with Robert Downey Jr. and Val Kilmer in Kiss Kiss Bang Bang. Recently, Bernsen has moved to the other side of the camera, directing the films Carpool Guy, Dead Air and Rust, which was distributed by Sony Pictures Entertainment. With Rust, Bernsen shifted his focus to family friendly movies and formed Home Theater Films. 25 Hill, which he also wrote and directed, is the first title from his newly formed company and was distributed by EchoLight Studios in July 2012. This was followed by 3 Day Test, also released by EchoLight Studios, in November 2012. Currently Bernsen is in post-production on another project, Beyond the Heavens coming in Fall 2013. Bernsen lives in Los Angeles with his wife of 24 years actress Amanda Pays, and their four sons.
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Mike Handcock interviews Dr Wolfgang Riebe from South Africa - the mindset guru. Having spent most of his early life as a very well known magician with his own TV show, Wolfgang realised that everything one ever wanted they recieved depending on their mindset. He went on to get a PHD in Communication and Philosophy. He is the immediate past President of the Professional Speakers Association of SA 2010 - 2012
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