• 01:15

    10th Anniversary of Sideways Conversation with Author Rex Pickett

    in Entertainment

    Wine Muse hosts Linda Rez and William Pollard welcome Rex Pickett--author of what may be the all-time most dramatically influential book about wine: Sideways.


    The movie, which was based on that book, was nominated for 5 Academy Awards and won the Oscar for Best Adapted Screenplay; it also won over 350 awards from critics.  In 2011 Mr. Pickett published Vertical which continues the story of Miles and Jack as they embark on a roadtrip with Miles' mom, her nurse, and her dog through wine country and middle America. Vertical explores Miles' relationship with his mother and his coming to grips with her impending death.


    Mr. Pickett recently adapted his novel Sideways for the stage. It sold out to audiences for six months when it was performed at the Ruskin Group Theater, and it then went on to break all attendance records at the La Jolla Playhouse in San Diego, where it was directed by Des McAnuff.  The play is now heading to London's West End.


    He has a new book in the trilogy coming this fall, Sideways 3 Chile, you won't want to miss, which follows Miles' life and wine adventures in Chile.  


    Join us for an in-depth and honest conversation with a great writer.

  • 01:15

    10th Anniversary of Sideways Iconoclastic Author Rex Pickett Interview

    in Entertainment

    It's the 10th anniversary of Sideways, the book and movie that changed the wine world.  Wine Muse hosts Linda Rez and William Pollard are honored to welcome Rex Pickett--iconoclastic author of the book.


    The movie was nominated for 5 Academy Awards and won the Oscar for Best Adapted Screenplay; it also won over 350 awards from critics.  In 2011 Mr. Pickett published Vertical which continues the story of Miles and Jack as they embark on a roadtrip with Miles' mom, her nurse, and her dog through wine country and middle America. Vertical explores Miles' relationship with his mother and his coming to grips with her impending death.


    Mr. Pickett recently adapted his novel Sideways for the stage. It sold out to audiences for six months when it was performed at the Ruskin Group Theater, and it then went on to break all attendance records at the La Jolla Playhouse in San Diego, where it was directed by Des McAnuff.  The play is now heading to London's West End. He has a new book in the trilogy coming this fall, Sideways 3 Chile, you won't want to miss, which follows Miles' life and wine adventures in Chile.  

  • 00:57

    The Champagne Sisters w/ #Sideways Author @RexPickett!

    in Entertainment

       Rex Pickett has written numerous screenplays, books, scripts and movies, and his greatest success came with his novel Sideways, now adapted as a successful & sold out stage play.
    He shares with us how he found & followed his passion, how the Sideways play came about, why he decided to name it "Sideways", what he thinks of social media.  He also tells us some insight into the Hollywood world, and about his recent trip to Chile, and what is next for him!
    Enjoy the show as we *CLINK!* & CHAT!* with Rex!  

  • 00:51

    What's So Great About Pinot Noir: Part 3 Steve Lutz Lenne Estate

    in Entertainment

    The Minstrel and Muse Wine Tour, 3rd Thursdays.  November's show: New World Pinot Noir: California (Carneros), Oregon, and Chile through the words of winemakers on the episode What's So Great About Pinot Noir?


    Miles (From Sideways) on Pinot Noir: "It's a hard grape to grow... it's thin-skinned, temperamental, ripens early. Only somebody who really takes the time to understand Pinot's potential can then coax it into its fullest expression. Then...its flavors, they're just the most haunting and brilliant and thrilling and subtle and... ancient on the planet."


    Part I: Francois Lurton, 5th generation wine grower from Bordeaux. Owner, Francois Lurton SA. Imported by Winesellers Ltd.


    Part II: Michael Richmond from Bouchaine Vineyards in the famed Carneros region of California.  He helped found the Steamboat Pinot Conference over 30 years ago, which attracted winemakers from around the world and brought them together to share experiences and knowledge to help increase quality.  He founded Acacia winery and is now head winemaker at Bouchaine.


    Today's episode is Part III: Steve Lutz winemaker for Lenne' Estate in Northern Willamette Valley, Oregon.  He chose a vineyard site with the "worst soil in the county".  We'll find out why it's producing exceptional pinot.

  • 02:15

    "Conversations with Golden Hawk" - Intimacy in Our Lives

    in Self Help

     im so excited to be sharing time and space with my friend Paulette Ball on a very sensitive subject of intimacy. I recently experienced a sense of abandoment in a relationship which triggered in me the desire to look at intimacy in my own life. As I was seeking this wisdom, Paulette commented on a thread of mine of how she personally handled this very issue in her own life & her words jumped off the computer and went straight into my soul - here is the thread & her response


    "i'm working on this in my own life and i am very interested in how many of my friends feel they have a sufficient amount of intimacy in their lives - male or female doesn't matter and i am not asking about sexual intimacy - i am asking about emotional intimacy.


    Paulette Ball - Trust was important with me at first, Goldie. And then it became okay to let the need for trust go. That was a powerhouse for me. Huge.


    Golden Hawk -  Paulette - you have hit the proverbial nail on the head - its funny cuz i never sense a relationship that gonna go sideways - it just kinda happens.


    Paulette Ball  - I hear you. I so understand, too. It was the same for me. And people have not changed, so I changed how I viewed their actions/reactions. That is when I let go of the need to trust as a means to keep people at arm's length. We humans... we are something special for sure!"


     Please join us on November 24th, Monday night at 8:30pm est - 5:30pm pst for a heartfelt discussion on this very illusive subject.

    Paulette Ball was a horse trainer and then became a horse show judge - she opened and owned a health food store for 10 years and learned a LOT there, too. She is a Massage therapist, spiritual counselor, Master Herbalist, nutritional microscopist and bred and trained dogs, too.


    Call in and share 646-929-2084  - Tank you for all your support - i always appreicate it!!!!

  • 01:02

    What's So Great About Pinot Noir: Part II Michael Richmond

    in Entertainment

    The Minstrel and Muse Wine Tour, 3rd Thursdays.  November's show: New World Pinot Noir: California (Carneros), Oregon, and Chile through the words of winemakers on the episode What's So Great About Pinot Noir?


    Miles (From Sideways) on Pinot Noir: "It's a hard grape to grow... it's thin-skinned, temperamental, ripens early. Only somebody who really takes the time to understand Pinot's potential can then coax it into its fullest expression. Then...its flavors, they're just the most haunting and brilliant and thrilling and subtle and... ancient on the planet."


    Part I: Francois Lurton, 5th generation wine grower from Bordeaux. Owner, Francois Lurton SA.  Imported by Winesellers LTD.


    Tonight's epsiode is Part II: Michael Richmond from Bouchaine Vineyards in the famed Carneros region of California.  He helped found the Steamboat Pinot Conference over 30 years ago, which attracted winemakers from around the world and brought them together to share experiences and knowledge to help increase quality.  He founded Acacia winery and is now head winemaker at Bouchaine.


    Part III: Steve Lutz winemaker for Lenne' Estate in Northern Willamette Valley, Oregon.  He chose a vineyard site with the "worst soil in the county".  We'll find out why it's producing exceptional pinot.

  • 00:51

    What's So Great About Pinot Noir: Part 3 Steve Lutz Lenne Estate

    in Entertainment

    The Minstrel and Muse Wine Tour, 3rd Thursdays.  November's show: New World Pinot Noir: California (Carneros), Oregon, and Chile through the words of winemakers on the episode What's So Great About Pinot Noir?


    Miles (From Sideways) on Pinot Noir: "It's a hard grape to grow... it's thin-skinned, temperamental, ripens early. Only somebody who really takes the time to understand Pinot's potential can then coax it into its fullest expression. Then...its flavors, they're just the most haunting and brilliant and thrilling and subtle and... ancient on the planet."


    Part I: Francois Lurton, 5th generation wine grower from Bordeaux. Owner, Francois Lurton SA.


    Part II: Michael Richmond from Bouchaine Vineyards in the famed Carneros region of California.  He helped found the Steamboat Pinot Conference over 30 years ago, which attracted winemakers from around the world and brought them together to share experiences and knowledge to help increase quality.  He founded Acacia winery and is now head winemaker at Bouchaine.


    Today's episode is Part III: Steve Lutz winemaker for Lenne' Estate in Northern Willamette Valley, Oregon.  He chose a vineyard site with the "worst soil in the county".  We'll find out why it's producing exceptional pinot.

  • 01:02

    What's So Great About Pinot Noir: Part II Michael Richmond

    in Entertainment

    The Minstrel and Muse Wine Tour, 3rd Thursdays.  November's show: New World Pinot Noir: California (Carneros), Oregon, and Chile through the words of winemakers on the episode What's So Great About Pinot Noir?


    Miles (From Sideways) on Pinot Noir: "It's a hard grape to grow... it's thin-skinned, temperamental, ripens early. Only somebody who really takes the time to understand Pinot's potential can then coax it into its fullest expression. Then...its flavors, they're just the most haunting and brilliant and thrilling and subtle and... ancient on the planet."


    Part I: Francois Lurton, 5th generation wine grower from Bordeaux. Owner, Francois Lurton SA.


    Tonight's epsiode is Part II: Michael Richmond from Bouchaine Vineyards in the famed Carneros region of California.  He helped found the Steamboat Pinot Conference over 30 years ago, which attracted winemakers from around the world and brought them together to share experiences and knowledge to help increase quality.  He founded Acacia winery and is now head winemaker at Bouchaine.


    Part III: Steve Lutz winemaker for Lenne' Estate in Northern Willamette Valley, Oregon.  He chose a vineyard site with the "worst soil in the county".  We'll find out why it's producing exceptional pinot.

  • 01:47

    "Potty Train Your Brain-Toltec Tools and Wisdom to Stop the Mind's Interference"

    in Spirituality

    Diana Adkins is deeply committed to understanding the nature of 'life, the universe and everything else', and her passions have taken her around the world - from barns to boardrooms, mountains to monasteries and from seeking to surely finding.  Toltec teacher, minister, coach and author of How to Potty Train Your Brain, Diana focuses her work on the Toltec Mysteries, yet she blends her training in Shamanism, Spiritualism, Wicca, Science, Energy, Pranayanna Yoga, Buddhism, Native American Church, Christianity and Life in her work.  She is a Reiki Master and is certified in the Law of Attraction, Rays, the Dervish Healing Order and Shamanic Healing. How to Potty Train Your Brain details Toltec philosophy, giving 30 tools to guide us to understand how and what we’re really doing inside – and how to retrain our brain to serve us rather that being a slave to our thoughts.  A ‘recovering accountant’, Diana worked as CEO/CFO for non-profits in ID, WA, CA, NM, TX and Indonesia…until she stopped.  She says, “I’ll be one of those people that, at the end, skid in sideways saying - Wow, what a ride!”  Diana has a free gift for our listeners, so be sure to hear the show.  Her website is http://makeitsacred.com


    At the top of the show, it's the Starseed News with Anastasia, bringing topics of interest to starseeds that you won't hear in the mainstream!


    Thanks for tuning in!

  • 00:35

    How to think like SPIRITUAL INVESTORS?

    in Religion

    Leadership is lifting a person's vision to high sights, the raising of a person's performance to a higher standard, the building of a personality beyond its normal limitations.


    Tune in as we learn how to invest in yourself, those beside you, those over you and those under you.  The relational depth in how you connect upward, downward and sideways will determine your depth of ministry and life.


    Paul writes to Timothy in 1 Tim. 6:20 Guard what was committed to your Trust.. 

  • 02:46
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