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This is a series dedicated to Mom's favorite soups and breads. Each week we will feature a wonderful soup that can be enjoyed as light lunches or hearty dinners. Since Mom also enjoys fresh baked bread to compliment her soup there will be some fabulous bread recipes too. Since Mom has a passion for paninis she will share her favorite panini and sandwhich recipes too. Enjoy!
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John R. Waters brings his own imaginings of John Lennon through music and stories to the stage in Lennon: Through A Glass Onion. He joins host Robin Milling backstage at the Union Square Theater to discuss his inspiration for the show that began 22 years ago in a pub in Australia. Waters, who was born in London, tells Robin how he got his first theatrical break playing Claude in the original Sydney production of Hair, leading to acting gigs that have made him a famous name down under. The steady work drew him to raise his family there. Waters tells Robin he first discovered the Beatles listening to pirate broadcasting from Radio Luxembourg under the covers when he was a teenager.
Waters doesn't claim to be a Beatles scholar, admitting he didn't do much research on the Fab Four to tell the stories in the show; which he says are his own interpretations of Lennon, and of course Yoko. Her greenlighting the show meant it could come to New York where John says the show belongs. Don't expect to see a Lennon look-alike with the round glasses. Accompanied by Stewart D'Arrieta on piano, John re-imagines Lennon. He says, 'I put a figure up there that represents John Lennon and the audience projects their own John Lennon onto me.'
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Imany wa born Nadia Mladjao in Martigues, France. She was a model for European FORD modeling agency for several years. She began signing in 2008.
Imany opened shows for artists such as N’Dambi at the New Morning, Wasis Diop at the Cigale, and Anthony Hamilton and Angie Stone at Elysee Montmartre.
Imany’s first album, Shape of a Broken Heart, which was named after a drawing she made with closed eyes, contains twelve songs written in English. Imany recorded the album at the studio Question de Son, where she collaborated with some of the most well-known musicians in Paris.
Imany produced the soundtrack for the 2014 film Sous les jupes des filles by Audrey Dana and on 26 May 2014 released her second album of the same name.
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A Note About Solidarity and the NWU -- one minute or so;
Various Bits and Pieces About the Present Moment--around five minutes;
A Little Live Music--plus-or-minus a minute;
One or Two Ongoing Issues of Interest to Working People -- plus or minus fifteen minutes;
A Little Live Music to Say 'Hasta La Vista!'-- less than a minute.
PAIRED moves to their new time, Monday night and this week Chef Mary and Duane travel to France and discuss fall favorites French Onion Soup, Coq Au Vin and beef Bourgeon. The one ingredient that defines Frech Food are the stocks and sauces that are the basis of many great recipes.
Chef Mary is a classically trained chef and certified nutritionist. Duane Pemberton is a traveled wine expert - an every day guy that has learned the art of wine - not based on a point scale, but based on what tastes good to him, and you.
Combining the two, Chef Mary and Duane help you to understand the foods you eat, how to prepare great foods for guests or family and what makes the perfect beverage - wine, cider, beer - what ever pairs great with the food, the conversation and the friends you spend time with. Read more from Chef Mary at Hail Mary Food of Grace