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This week I welcome Dan Maddalone of the captivating Albany, NY band COUPONS. Dan and I discuss the intricacies of being in a band with four individual songwriters and getting all the songs to work together. Coupons is a band that has individualism and cohesiveness shining through every bellowing note. Dan and I discuss the local music scene of Albany and how things came together for COUPONS. Dan not only spends his time making music with his band COUPONS but he gets to tour and play in another amazing band OSO OSO. The description Dan places on COUPONS is something those starting a band should hear. Join Dan and I as we throw the truck in “Four Wheel Drive” and head to “Mardi Gras” for some “Japanese Whiskey!”COUPONS - “Wasted Intimacy” OUT NOW!!!
Talk about a (Yas) Queen! Drag sensation, Anita Wigl'it joins me today and if you listen carefully you can hear her fake eyelashes fluttering in the background and no I'm not wearing any myself… I barely brushed my hair today. Anita chats to me about her career highlight of attending Mardi Gras on her very own float, how she got to “blow for a living” as a trumpet player in the Navy AND Winning Miss Congeniality on RuPaul's Drag Race, we get it, you're an over achiever! Anita also spills the beans on what it was REALLY like meeting Adele before hosting her afterparty – JUICY! You can catch on Instagram and Twitter @AnitaWiglit Follow me on Instagram @urzilacarlson and Twitter: @urzilacarlson and see me on tour in Australia & NZ: urzilacarlson.comSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
It's no secret that New Orleans is THE place to celebrate Mardi Gras, but that only takes place one time a year. What if you're visiting outside of the Mardi Gras season? Not to worry - there are plenty of other activities in New Orleans happening year-round. These are the top things to do in New Orleans (other than eating, drinking, and partying!)Blog Post / Transcript:https://www.jetsettingblonde.com/blog/top-things-to-do-in-new-orleansTo Connect with Brittany:Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thejetsetblonde/TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@thejetsetblondeWebsite: https://www.jetsettingblonde.com/Join the Jet Set Society:https://www.jetsettingblonde.com/communityFREE Resource - 50 Best Destinations for Childfree Vacations:https://www.jetsettingblonde.com/start-hereSupport the show
Cheers to 110 episodes! Mandi gets a tattoo machine, Charlotte gets excited for our Dad to visit, and we tell a tale that starts in New Orleans at Mardi Gras, throws in an alcohol-fueled cruise ship adventure, and ends with a brand new baby podcast. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/fhebadmormons/support
480. We talk to James 'Jed' Dobson on Samuel Clemens. Mark Twain wrote Life on the Mississippi, a memoir about his time as a cub river boat pilot. Twain's version of the Mississippi River has colored the way the nation looks at the river. Jed discusses the difference in the way Clemens looked at Mardi Gras when he was in his 20s versus the more negative account in Life on the Mississippi, when he was in his late 40s. This week in Louisiana history. July 30, 1812. William Charles Cole Claiborne becomes the 1st American Governor of Louisiana. This week in New Orleans history. On July 30, 1866 New Orleans descended into racial violence that, by the end of the day, would leave an estimated 38 individuals dead and dozens injured. Racial tensions, which were already high soon after the close of the Civil War, flared after African Americans were denied the right to vote. The enactment of the so-called “Black Codes” infuriated Republicans determined to secure citizenship rights for all Americans, and they ultimately reconvened the Louisiana Constitutional Convention in hopes of seizing control of the state government. During a break in the Convention, violence broke out between armed white supremacists and African Americans marching in support of suffrage—and the African Americans were not prepared for the fight. Unarmed African Americans were attacked and murdered, and many law enforcement officials perpetrated the crimes. This week in Louisiana. Chemin-A-Haut State Park 14656 State Park Road Bastrop, LA 71220-7078 318-283-0812 1-888-677-2436 firstname.lastname@example.org Hours of Operation Site is open daily. 6 am - 10 pm Entrance Station Hours: 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Admission/Entrance Fees $3 per person Free for seniors (62 & older) Free for children (3 & under) Discover incredible recreation opportunities at this northern State Park. Chemin-A-Haut is a park with a funny name and seriously fun recreational opportunities. The park takes its name from the French phrase meaning “high road,” which Native Americans once used on seasonal migrations through these north Louisiana woodlands. Families flock to Chemin-A-Haut for its many activities geared toward kids. Thirty-five picnic sites, equipped with grills and tables, welcome families looking to dine al fresco. Coursing through these picnic sites and nearby shelters is a hard-surfaced trail that rises to hills overlooking Bayou Bartholomew. Other trails include those designated for horseback riders, and two short paths that offer visitors a short round-trip trek to walk off dinner. The main attraction here is the bayou. Massive cypress trees crowd the waters flowing through them, making Bayou Bartholomew a photographer's paradise. Anglers will find freshwater fish such as bream, redear sunfish and bluegill along the banks. After a day of fishing, photographing, hiking and biking, visitors are welcome to sleep in one of 15 cabins ranging from small-and-cozy to a single spacious group camp that accommodates up to 38 people. Primitive campsites are also available. Over in Monroe, visit the Black Bayou Lake National Wildlife Refuge for more outdoor fun. Or, check out the Poverty Point World Heritage Site in Delhi, a collection of prehistoric Native American earthworks dating back over 3,000 years. Entrance fee: $3 per person; free for seniors age 62 and older, and children age 3 and younger. Postcards from Louisiana. Daywalkers.Listen on Google Play.Listen on Google Podcasts.Listen on Spotify.Listen on Stitcher.Listen on TuneIn.The Louisiana Anthology Home Page.Like us on Facebook.
Here is Sofia Zemser. We conducted this interview during Mardi Gras season. If you don't know what it is Google it now. Here I'm with a Tulane alumnus who I've know through many organizations in the music industry, academics, and cultural organizations. She graduated with an English degree and is currently exploring programmatic ad sales at iHeart Media. We are going to learn more about her day-to-day in ad sales, her life in NOLA before and after college. Finally, to wrap things up, we will also learn the difference of contextual targeting and third party cookie targeting. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
You won't believe the things people leave behind at NASCAR races, until you hear it from us Open Phones with Travis from New Orleans talking about some stuff he's found from cleaning up Mardi Gras floats over the years Headlines with Aaron Rodgers showing up to Packers training camp dressed like Cameron Poe from Con Air
Today's Oddcast - Shake the Giglio! (Airdate 7/25/2022) Our friend accomplice in this thing of ours, Tony G. recently went back to Brooklyn for the annual Giglio Feast. Celebrated every July since 1903, the festa celebrates the life of St. Paolino. It's an epic street festival, with food, music, a parade, pirates, bead tossing - wait. Sounds kind of like Mardi Gras, right? But even Mardi Gras doesn't have the wild craziness that goes down when the crowd shouts, "shake the giglio"! Trust us when we tell you that after you hear Tony's story, you'll be planning your trip to Brooklyn for next July. The Bob & Sheri Oddcast: Everything We Don't, Can't, Won't, and Definitely Shouldn't Do on the Show! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Hello to you listening in Henderson, Nevada!Coming to you from Whidbey Island, Washington this is Stories From Women Who Walk with 60 Seconds for Motivate Your Monday and your host, Diane Wyzga.Maybe like me you know all about holding up the roof for others, giving a hand up instead of a hand out, applauding the achievements of friends and colleagues, and so on. But what about you? We do not even begin to give ourselves credit for all the ways in which we add to the good of the world.Today you totally deserve your own parade! Not just any parade but a turn-out the city in your honor ticker tape parade with high school marching bands, street dancers, fireworks, cheering crowds, and you standing tall and proud on your very own Mardi Gras style float.Bravo!, Well done! and High Five! for being the most wonderful, brilliant, creative, resilient, imaginative, productive, kind-hearted, generous, playful, curious, funny, supportive, and energetic spirit that you are.Let's all reach out and tag someone who also totally deserves a parade today! You're invited: “Come for the stories - stay for the magic!” Speaking of magic, I hope you'll subscribe, share a nice shout out on your social media or podcast channel of choice, and join us next time! Remember to stop by the website, check out the Services, arrange a Discovery Call, and Opt In to stay current with Diane and Quarter Moon Story Arts and on Linked In. Stories From Women Who Walk Production TeamPodcaster: Diane F Wyzga & Quarter Moon Story ArtsMusic: Mer's Waltz from Crossing the Waters by Steve Schuch & Night Heron MusicAll content and image © 2019 to Present: for credit & attribution Quarter Moon Story Arts
Krist and Nathan Norsworthy are American explorers from New Orleans with a wealth of knowledge on local culture and history. It was an absolute pleasure to listen to them dive into the topic of what makes New Orleans unique and what it is like to explore in Louisiana. We find out who cajun is. We talk about Mardi Gras and the what hurricane Katrina did to the region. There are floating coffins and of course abandoned Six Flags theme park. Among brother's many stories we find out what's Nathan's favourite thing to do while exploring abandoned locations. Social media: Website: abandonedneworleans.com Instagram: homesofneworleans (Nathan), abandonedneworleans (Kirst) Chasing Bandos Podcast is available on chasingbandospodcast.com or your favourite podcasting app. Check out the pictures of our guest on Instagram at chasingbandospod. You can get in contact by email: email@example.com Why 'urbex explorers' don't share exact locations here: gregabandoned.com/urbex Intro song is Watcha Gon' Do is performed by Chris Shards [EPIDEMIC SOUND MUSIC LICENSE]. Rapid fire round background songs are: Greaser by TrackTribe and Bill Higley by Mini Vandals. Viewer discretion announcement at the beginning of the episode was done by Adrian Wunderler-Selby.
Listener Questions and Answers Today's episode is a question and answer show, where we answer questions from listeners like you! Time Stamps for Today's Show 05:42 - What is your favorite, casual restaurant right now? Narrow it to the Garden District? 06:48 - I'm hoping to visit New Orleans during the Christmas season. Are Reveillon dinners only offered on Christmas Eve or is typically the entire month of December? 08:32 - My question is, what are some things you are your family do to cope with the brutal heat of the summer months? 12:08 - How do locals feel about all of their “hidden gems” not being so hidden anymore? 15:08 - Has there been any update on the opening of the Backstreet Cultural Museum? 17:17 - Which swamp tours do you recommend? 18:46 - There's always lots of chatter online about increased crime. What's it like on the ground - are people feeling anxious about this, or is it status quo? 25:34 - I think it would be interesting if you mentioned some of your favorite books (fiction and non-fiction) about New Orleans. Books that really capture the city. 35:11 - A buddy and I are considering riding in this year's Krewe of Boo Halloween parade. Wondering if you might have any helpful tips for first-time, out-of-town float riders? Also, any favorite costume shops you can recommend in or around the French Quarter? 38:31 - My husband and I will be returning with our son (9) in mid-October. Anything specific to that time of the year that is great for families that love to have fun? 41:55 - If you ever want to talk mirliton I'm happy to help. 42:33 - Have you interviewed Jalence Isles? She is the founder of Where Black NOLA Eats and a serious champion of black owned restaurants in the city. 45:40 - I am an alum of New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary, and would love to know more about the Gentilly Neighborhood and how it have changed over the years. 47:01 - My daughter and I love New Orleans. She loves New Orleans so much that she is starting at Tulane as a freshman this year! She moves in August 15th. My husband has never been to New Orleans!! I'm looking for suggestions of things to do that will show him how awesome the city is - while simultaneously escaping the heat. 48:33 - What if you covered a topic that's been done, like Mardi Gras - but from a different perspective? Have someone on from a krewe, and they can explain what it's like, how to join (can we live out of state?), what it means to be a part of their krewe. Even a few different people from different krewes… 49:40 – What about someone like Mason Hereford from Turkey and the Wolf. His cookbook just came out (just and he recently competed on Iron Chef? Not just him but Isaac Toups too. They worked together for raising funds for Ukranian refugees. 51:33 - I think a great topic for a future show would be uniquely New Orleans charities and non-profits. Bridge House Grace House comes to mind and so many others would be great to highlight and celebrate. There is so much good being done in our city 53:04 - Perhaps you could interview someone from the Krewe of Red Beans about their community work. 53:54 - What are a couple food/drink, New Orleans History and Voodoo/Ghost tours you would recommend? 56:43 - I've heard that taking a ferry ride to Algiers and walking the bank is a good way to spend an hour or two seeing New Orleans from a different point of view, but I've also read that the ferry schedule can be inconsistent and somewhat unreliable to plan a day around. What are your thoughts? 58:53 - I am a big planner- planning is part of the fun for me, even if we don't stick to all my plans. Many others, however, believe the best way to enjoy a few days in New Orleans is to go light on the planning and just let the trip happen on its own. What are your thoughts? 1:02:57 - Have you interviewed Sam Malvaney? He lives in the FQ and his home is called the Museum of Bad Taste. 1:03:20 - How did you start your podcast and what has been the best and worst things about it that you didn't expect? 1:07:49 - Is there TV or local icons that are New Orleans Legends ? Such as kids show hosts or guys that did local tv variety shows or similar? Who are celebrities that claim New Orleans as home that might surprise us ? 1:13:52 What's the deal with BIG SHOT soda? Was a New Orleans based soda company with flavors including grape, pineapple, strawberry, black cherry, root beer, creme soda and more. Now owned by a national company 1:15:25 - Is there something happening in town that's causing businesses to close besides the current economy? 1:19:43 - Been a yearly visitor since Mardi Gras 1990. Just got your book this week. It's a definite thumbs up! 1:19:52 - Someone in here asked about the history of the fleur de Lis in New Orleans. French, Italian, Catholic, French Canadian? I'd love to hear an episode on that. 1:20:13 - How easy/hard is it to get into Kermit Ruffin's Mother-In-Law-Lounge? Is it safe to travel to and more importantly from?
In Movie News, T discusses the currently untitled Ghostbusters Afterlife followup choosing to put a focus on Ernie Hudson's Winston Zeddore, as well as Final Destination franchise creator Jeffrey Reddick suggesting that Final Destination 6 is going to change up the formula that's been used in the franchise thus far T then shares his thoughts on the first 2 entries in the Hatchet series Hatchet (2006) Ben (Joel Moore) and Marcus (Deon Richmond) are college students in New Orleans, enjoying Mardi Gras, when they decide to go on a boat tour of an allegedly cursed bayou. Meeting up with several other tourists, including quietly beautiful Marybeth (Tamara Feldman), they are entertained by their guide Shawn (Parry Shen), who regales them with tales of a ghostly serial killer who wanders the swamp. They laugh off the stories -- until someone, or something, starts picking off members of the group. Hatchet 2 Marybeth manages to escape the clutches of the bayou-butcher Victor Crowley and returns to the swamp with an army of hunters and gunmen, determined to end Crowley's reign of horror forever.
Get your motor running and head out on the highway for what many consider a celebration of nonconformism and a reflection of social tensions in late-1960s America. Dennis Hopper makes his directorial debut as he and Peter Fonda jump on their motorcycles for a road trip from California to New Orleans, Louisiana, for Mardi Gras. Along their path, they meet a colorful cast of characters showcasing the different ways that people are finding their own version of the American dream. But for Wyatt (Fonda) and Billy (Hopper), the freedom and independence they seek may be beyond their reach no matter how far they ride.
Tiana's Bayou Adventure to Replace Splash Mountain by Late 2024Tiana's Bayou Adventure is coming to Walt Disney World and Disneyland. Walt Disney Imagineers have been spending a lot of time in Louisiana conducting research to ensure Tiana's Bayou Adventure preserves the heart and soul of Tiana's story. Tiana's Bayou Adventure has been described as a love letter to New Orleans. The ride will take you on a musical adventure picking up where the film left off. We will see Princess Tiana, Naveen and the jazz-loving alligator Louis on an adventure through the bayou as they prepare to host a one-of-a-kind Mardi Gras celebration where everyone is welcome. The ride will travel through the bayou to original music inspired by songs from the movie as they're brought into the next chapter of Tiana's story. --More Benefits for Guests of Disneyland Resort HotelsNew summer pool parties will take place for 30 minutes daily at all three Disneyland Resort Hotels from July 1 – Aug. 31, 2022. The Disney poolside squad will be on deck to lead games like the water sponge relay and a fun floaty toss, and play high-energy music for dancing the Pluto doggie paddle! Disney characters will stop by the pool to join in the fun. Early Entry: Starting August 8, 2022, Disneyland Resort Hotel Guests will be able to enjoy Early Entry for 30 minutes prior to each park's opening to enjoy select attractions, dining and shopping. Dining Delivery: Select restaurants in Downtown Disney provide meal delivery services. Scan the QR code right from your in-room TV to access the links to those restaurants' delivery webpages to place an order that can be delivered right to a Disneyland Resort Hotel lobby. Package Delivery: Starting August 8, 2022 you can have your park purchases delivered to your Disneyland Resort Hotel the next day. Preferred Dine Access will offer Disneyland Resort Hotel Guests the opportunity to have preferred access to a limited number of reservations at select hotel table service restaurants during the dates of their hotel stay. More details coming soon. --Bibbidi Bobbidi Boutique returns August 25Bibbidi Bobbidi Boutique will welcome young guests starting August 25 at both Magic Kingdom Park at Walt Disney World Resort and Disneyland Park at Disneyland Resort.You can start making reservations in early August only in the My Disney Experience app and Disneyland App, or at DisneyWorld.com and Disneyland.com. Valid admission and park reservations are required for entry into Magic Kingdom Park and Disneyland park.--Disney's Magnolia Golf Course Undergoing Most Extensive Redesign EverAs part of a long-running collaboration with Arnold Palmer Golf Management, Disney is currently redesigning part of the Magnolia course. There will be four holes – No. 14, No. 15, No. 16 and No. 17 – that will be reimagined with innovative layouts and landscaping.Also, the course's 18 greens will be upgraded to create even more pristine putting surfaces. Plus, holes No. 16 and No. 17 will be connected by a new, wooden cart bridge through the forest and several fairway and greenside bunkers are being installed along with more challenging tee boxes.The new-look Magnolia course will debut later this year.--Foodie Guide to Disney Springs Flavors of FloridaFlavors of Florida at Disney Springs is under way and runs from July 5 through August 14. Over 30 restaurants and shops at Disney Springs are celebrating fresh flavors from the Sunshine State. These locations are serving up a slice of summer with refreshing beverages and delicious dishes, all inspired by Florida. Amorette's Patisserie Blood Orange Éclair – Éclair filled with triple blood orange mousse, topped with tangy citrus jam and candied blood orange. Blue Citrus Sauvignon Blanc Slushie – Matua sauvignon blanc, Blue Curaçao syrup and lemonade. Served in a Flavors of Florida Corkcicle. The BOATHOUSECoconut Panna Cotta – Coconut panna cotta, layered with mango gelée and topped with tropical fresh fruit, shredded coconut and a crispy coconut shortbread cookie.Chef's Art Smith's Homecomin' Southern Fried Hand Pies – A pair of fried pastries filled with moonshine-glazed strawberry compote and served with a scoop of vanilla bean ice cream. Blood Orange Margarita – Dobel Diamanté tequila with fresh-squeezed lime juice and blood orange purée, garnished with a fresh Florida orange Chicken Guy!Florida Sunshine Shake – Hand-spun, vanilla, soft serve ice cream and fresh Florida orange juice, topped with whipped cream and garnished with an orange wheel. (Not available for online orders.)City Works Eatery & Pour House Smokehouse Cuban – Hardwood-smoked pulled pork shoulder, ham, shaved hot link, smoked provolone, Robonaut Red mustard and spicy bread & butter pickles, on a Cuban roll.Coca-Cola Rooftop Beverage BarSunshine Orange Chill – St. Augustine vodka, orange juice, topped with Sprite and served in a souvenir Coca-Cola glass.D-Luxe Burger Lime Garage Burger – Deluxe patty, topped with pepper jack cheese, pork belly and fried green tomato, served with an avocado, lime and jalapeno spread. Orange Garage Burger – Deluxe patty, topped with pepper jack cheese, pork belly, lettuce, served with an orange and onion marmalade. Orange Bird Milkshake – Artisanal shake made with vanilla gelato and orange, topped with sprinkles. Dockside MargaritasStrawberry Basil Margarita – Herradura reposado tequila and lime juice, with strawberry purée and garnished with shredded basil leaves.Erin McKenna's Bakery NYCOrange Blossom Cupcake – Moist vanilla cupcake, piped with orange-flavored frosting, topped with orange zest and a flower garnish. (Vegan, gluten-free and dairy-free.)Everglazed Donuts & Cold Brew Citrus Dream Donut – Orange glazed donut with white buttercream, drizzled with orange icing and topped with an orange gummy and fresh mint leaf. Orange Lemonade with Sweet Cream Foam – Limited-edition summer treat, made with fresh-squeezed orange lemonade and topped with sweet cream foam. Frontera CocinaShrimp Ajillo Tostada – Tostada topped with roasted garlic-guajillo Florida pink shrimp, avocado, jicama, local heirloom cherry tomatoes, red onion, cilantro, orange and a citrus-soy vinaigrette.Gideon's BakehouseOrange Pecan Chocolate Chip Cookie – An almost-half-pound vanilla bean cookie infused with orange essence and mixed with dark chocolate, covered in pecan pralines and candied orange peel.The GanacheryStrawberry Shortcake Chocolate Treats – Strawberry chocolate, white crisp pearls, speculoos cookie crumbles and strawberry crispies.House of Blues Restaurant & Bar Voodoo Shrimp – Sautéed Florida Gulf Shrimp in an Abita Amber beer reduction sauce, served over jalapeño-cheese cornbread. Green Gator – Siesta Key Toasted Coconut Rum mixed with melon liqueur, simple syrup and pineapple juice. Local Green Orlando Food TruckKingston Mango Pineapple Lemonade – Tropical flavors of mango and pineapple with refreshing lemonade.Jock Lindsey's Hangar Bar Florida Gulf Shrimp Tacos – Jerk-spiced shrimp served in a grilled corn tortilla with watermelon pico de gallo and topped with sliced jalapeno. Jock's Citrus Old Fashioned – A cocktail classic with a Florida summer twist. Florida Mule – Florida cane vodka, ginger beer, orange juice and simple syrup. Served in a Flavors of Florida Corkcicle. M&M'S Store M&M'S White Chocolate Key Lime Pie Candy – Brightly colored, white chocolate candies, available by the half-pound and pound from the color wall.Outdoor Vending Blood Orange Gin & Tonic – St. Augustine Gin, Tipplers orange liqueur, blood orange Monin and tonic water, garnished with an orange wedge.Paddlefish Key Lime Pie – A rich but tart key lime filling and airy toasted meringue.The Polite Pig Cuban Sandwich – Classic Florida sandwich made with crusty bread and piled high with sliced ham, roasted pork, cheese and dill pickles, spread with a tangy sauce. Key Lime Mojito – Rum cocktail, mixed with fresh-squeezed lime juice and club soda, garnished with fresh mint sprigs and lime. Rainforest Cafe Key Lime Ceviche Tostada – Shrimp, scallop and mango ceviche, avocado mousse and cilantro-cabbage slaw with citrus vinaigrette, accompanied by cilantro lime rice and Cuban black beans. Sailfish Brewing Sunrise City IPA – West coast-style IPA brewed with Columbus, Amarillo and Mosaic hops, featuring a smooth finish and notes of bitter citrus. Raglan Road Irish Pub and Restaurant Home Grown Strip Steak – A 12oz cut, grass-fed and locally raised at Florida's Adena Farms, served with béarnaise sauce, Cipollini onions, sautéed wild mushrooms and Raglan's twice-cooked millionaire homemade chips.Salt & Straw Strawberry Honey Balsamic with Black Pepper ice creamSplitsville Luxury Lanes Grilled Key West Pink Shrimp Salad – Grilled shrimp served over a spring mix with strawberries, oranges, cucumbers, tomato, parsley, onions and feta tossed in strawberry vinaigrette. Spiked Guava Lemonade – Guava puree and fresh-squeezed lemon juice with St. Augustine vodka, topped with a splash of soda water. Swirls on the Water Orange Bird DOLE Whip – Soft-serve DOLE Whip Orange topped with sprinkles and an Orange Bird garnish. Watermelon DOLE Whip – DOLE Whip Watermelon piled high on a slice of fresh watermelon. Limited quantities available daily, while supplies last. Terralina Crafted ItalianItalian Sangria – Special blend of cabernet sauvignon, brandy, peach and lemon, garnished with Florida orange slices and served by the glass or in a pitcher for four.T-REX Blackened Shrimp Salad – Salad greens dressed with Florida orange blossom honey and Key lime vinaigrette topped with blackened shrimp, seasonal berries and goat cheese croutons. Oyster City Mangrove Pale Ale – Classic pale ale with a malty body and mild hops, fermented in mangos to add a tropical, fruit-forward flavor. Vivoli il Gelato Pineapple and Coconut Shake – A rich and creamy shake made with pineapple and coconut sorbetto, topped with a mini pineapple and coconut layer cake. Orange Blossom Gelato – Frozen Italian treat made with orange blossom pilsner beer and Savannah Bee orange blossom honey, served in a cup or waffle cone. Key Lime Cannoli – A delicate pastry shell filled with sweet cream made of ricotta and key limes. Wine Bar George Frozen Old Fashioned – DOLE Whip Orange blended with Hooten Young American whiskey and aromatic and orange bitters. (Purchase a Wine Bar George limited edition Corkcicle and enjoy a complimentary frozen drink.)Guests can pick up a Flavors of Florida event guide upon arrival at the Disney Springs Welcome Center or any participating location.--The Official Complete Lineup for 2022 Eat to the Beat Concert Series at EPCOTThis year, Disney Live Entertainment continues to bring new flavors into the mix, giving even more guests a chance to savor the music they love. Fresh acts will take the America Gardens Theatre stage, including local bands Tuesday-Thursday, alongside many of your favorite artists. With genres spanning Rock, Latin, Rap, Pop, Country and more. July 14-15 – Baha Men July 16-18 – Big Bad Voodoo Daddy July 22-23 – Tonic (NEW) July 24-25 – Jeremy Camp (NEW) July 29-30 – Taylor Dayne July 31-Aug. 1 – Tiffany Aug. 5-8 – Joey Fatone & Friends Aug. 12-13 – The Devon Allman Project Aug. 14-15 – Christopher Cross Aug. 19-20 – Journey former Lead Vocalist Steve Augeri Aug. 21-22 – Air Supply Aug. 26-27 – Blanco Brown (NEW) Aug. 28-29 – 98° Sept. 2-3 – Southern Avenue Sept. 4-5 – Kris Allen & David Cook Sept. 9-10 – Hoobastank (NEW) Sept. 11-12 – Jimmie Allen Sept. 16-17 – Los Amigos Invisibles (NEW) Sept. 18-19 – American Authors Sept. 23-24 – BBMAK Sept. 25-26 – Postmodern Jukebox Sept. 30-Oct. 1 – Stokley (NEW) Oct. 2-3 – Sheila E. Oct. 7-8 – Mark Wills Oct. 9-10 – 38 Special Oct. 14-15 – Robert Randolph Band (NEW) Oct. 16-17 – Newsboys (NEW) Oct. 21-22 – Ray Parker Jr. (NEW) Oct. 23-24 – Billy Ocean Oct. 28-31 – Hanson Nov. 4-7 – Boyz II Men Nov. 11-12 – Kenny G Nov. 13-14 – Sugar Ray Guests can secure a spot at the show by reserving an Eat to the Beat Dining Package available Friday-Monday. Find out more by visiting TasteEPCOT.com.Thank You for Listening to the Disney Travel PodcastThank you very much for listening to this episode, Amelia and I hope that you enjoyed it. If you did, we would be very grateful if you could rate, review and subscribe to the show on Apple Podcasts/iTunes (or on whichever app you choose to listen). A brief review about what you liked most about an episode truly helps to keep the show going by exposing it to new listeners. 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After some chat and music, including a reminder to donate to our radiothon, we hear from The Reginas, doing a show 'Queering the Pitch Pt. 2: Storytime with The Reginas' next weekend at the Harehole.Shout outs to: Minus 18 Queer Formal, Beers for Queers and Aurelia St Clair. We comment on the 44th anniversary of the Sydney gay solidarity Mardi Gras in 1978, which was brutually attacked by police (78ers website and zine 'It Was Riot!', and Star Observer article). Also mentioned: queers killed in Oslo, Blockade Australia raid (see Thursday Breakfast for an interview), and Dani Laidley and the Police Association (article).MusicMama Alto - The Blues Are Brewin' (Billie Holiday cover)Dosh Luckwell - Heterosexuality (It's no good for Me)The Reginas - I'm a slutTom Robinson Band - Glad to be GayBeyonce - Break My Soul
In this week's episode, Rand goes on a journey; many people follow him; and there are atrocities.~~~Material covered in this episode: Chapters 53, 54, 55 and the Epilogue of LORD OF CHAOSThis episode contains SPOILERS through THE END of LORD OF CHAOSThere are no Patreon thank-yous in this episode.~~~Check out our TWITTER, INSTAGRAM, and TIKTOKCheck out our Patreon at patreon.com/wheeltakesEmail us at firstname.lastname@example.orgUS-friendly MERCHANDISE: https://www.zazzle.com/store/wheeltakesmerch/productsEurope-friendly MERCHANDISE: https://wheel-takes-merch.myspreadshop.co.uk/allSend us a card!Wheel Takes PodcastP.O. Box 1457El Segundo, CA 90245Ali's nicknames confusing you? Check out our NAME KEY!Check out the Prediction Tracker: https://bit.ly/37cyadl!~~~Support the Prague Shakespeare Company!US-based donation link: https://urldefense.com/v3/__https:/www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_s-xclick&hosted_button_id=P3XXBTWT4SKLY__;!!LpKI!yRseJwkaasaNLZf5LUF-SJG--u97dLQUppRndhKmWCQxNXuV5SUOaJdbb7svXF1Kug$Donate via check:Payable to: Prague Shakespeare Company AmericaPrague Shakespeare Company America1111 North Country Club DriveShoreacres, TX 77571Memo: In Support of PSCEuropean resources: https://www.pragueshakespeare.com/support-psc.html~~~Music: DUNGEONS AND DRAGONS by Alexander Nakarada.Art: Collin Rice.
This month we are joined by Logan Marie, leading an awesome conversation about the fundamentals of Agorism, as well as its lesser known forms and environmentalist potential. We're also talking about Mardi Gras, Logan's legal incident, gun control and more. A Catholic anarchist-without-adjectives, Logan Marie discovered anarchism through the punk scene in high school and went on to join the Industrial Workers of the World in college where she studied theatre arts. She is a former editor, writer, and co-publisher of the queer anarchist news 'zine Pink&Black, co-founder of the Libertarian Anti-Fascist Committee and the Libertarian Socialist Caucus of the Libertarian Party, member of the Libertarian Socialist Caucus of the DSA, co-founder of the anarchist Mardi Gras krewe Krewe de Main and their festival Coup de Gras, and current organizer with the IWW's Freelance Journalists Union. She spends her free time performing comedy, cosplaying, and writing comics. Here you can find her work and support her legal fund: https://loganglitterbomb.com/ https://agorafest.wordpress.com/ https://gogetfunding.com/legal-defense-for-logan-glitterbomb/
Harold Rose, 46, lives in Gulfport, Mississippi, in the United States with his wife of 22 years, Stella and their two children ages 20 and 18. Gulfport is about an hour east of New Orleans, home of Mardi Gras in the United States. He is a public school teacher with over 20 years of experience. He has helped coach girls' volleyball at his school since 2018. Harold began intermittent fasting in December 2021, and as of June 2022, he is down over 100 lbs or 45 kilos. He started at 315 pounds and is now under 215. Harold used a form of ADF mixed with OMAD along with weight training and walking. Harold struggled with being overweight for much of his life. After growing up on the “husky” side of life, Harold seemed to be constantly “dieting” or “watching: what he ate. As he neared high school graduation, Harold was 6'4” and almost 300 pounds. He began a crash diet and exercise program to attempt to join the military. Harold needed to drop down below 240 to enlist. With low calories and exercise, the weight was lost, but he failed the eye exam. From that point in 1994, Harold went on to college. Slowly but surely, the weight came back. Through college, his early teaching career, after marrying his wife, Stella, and the beginnings of growing their family, Harold's weight crept up and up. By 2007, following Hurricane Katrina, Harold's weight was around 350 pounds. Harold doesn't know his highest weight because he didn't get on a scale for years. From 2008 to 2014, Harold worked a second job part-time overnight at the local newspaper. With a lack of consistent sleep and stress, Harold surprisingly lost weight. His wife called it his “push away diet” – he pushed back away from the table when he was full and stopped going back for seconds. By 2012 Harold was back down to around 240 pounds. In 2014 he picked up running, even by 2016 and 2017, running some half marathons and two full marathons*. His weight dropped as low as 178. In 2017 Harold quit smoking and began to get back on the weight-loss roller coaster going up and down between 280 and 200 pounds with different diets. After a mild case of COVID in November of 2020, Harold's running slowed down, and the weight quickly went back up. A mixture of overeating, overdrinking, and lack of exercise led to a scale weight of 315 the day after Christmas 2021. That is when Harold decided to look for an answer, and he found IF. The Fasting Highway News. My book about my own story The Fasting Highway is available on Amazon in both paperback and kindle. The Fasting Highway: Graeme Currie takes you on a journey through the highs and lows of beating a crippling food addiction by losing 60kg (132 pounds) living an Intermittent Fasting Lifestyle - For Australian and New Zealand residents, you can buy the book direct from me at www.thefastinghighway.com. For the rest of the world Amazon is your best option. You can follow me on Instagram at graemecurrie_63 or join The Fasting Highway Facebook Community. Instagram graemecurrie_63 Enjoy The Show Graeme. Disclaimer all views expressed in this podcast episode are those of the guest and host. No part of this podcast should be taken as medical advice. Please consult your medical professional before starting any health plan. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/graeme-currie/message
Down on the bayou, we have a saying, "Laissez les Van Damme rouler!" Ma chérie and mon chéri , in this newest episode of Filmshake, does he! We're covering 1993's Hard Target, John Woo's ode to bullets, gumbo, and busted-up Mardi Gras floats. You got to grab the gator by the tail and listen, sha! We got cousin Jason Kleeberg from Force Five podcast around to talk about it too, so you be a possum's uncle if you miss it!More on Force Five here: https://www.forcefivepodcast.com/aboutMusic Heard this Episode: "Chance and Carmen" -- Graeme Revell"Won't You Let Me Go" -- Buckwheat Zydeco"Born on the Bayou" -- Creedence Clearwater RevivalSupport the show
Episode 254 of A Wrestling Gal features one of the hottest rising stars out of Flatbacks, Avery Breaux! We discuss our mutual love of Shawn Michaels, her background in various sports, her experience in dance, her Mardi Gras inspired gear and holiday traditions, and much more! Follow Avery - Twitter: @avery_breaux Instagram: @averybreaux_ Follow Ella - Twitter: @itsellajay Instagram: @ayeella - For more exclusives and access to merchandise, please visit http://awrestlinggal.com - A Wrestling Gal is also available on YOUTUBE: https://youtu.be/6N0dY4RboC --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/ella-jay0/support
What is the saying, when life hands you sugar cane, make rum, right? Well, my guest today is making way more than white rum, aged rum, and rhum agricole down south in Gonzales, Louisiana, that's for sure. I'm Susan Schwartz, your drinking companion, and this is, Lush Life Podcast, every week we are inspired to live life one cocktail at a time. On Lush Life today, sponsored by Louisiana Travel, I am thrilled to have Andrew Soltau. Co-Owner and COO, of Sugarfield Spirits. to guide us through how he and his brother found their way to Gonzales Louisiana in the middle of a whole lot of sugar cane and started to produce their award-winning spirits. Have you ever been to Louisiana? I love it for its Creole and Cajun culture, Mardi Gras and the beautiful city of New Orleans, but the Pelican State, offers so much more, including the amazing live music scene covering everything from Jazz to Swamp pop and Zydeco, a fascinating history combining diverse cultures, over 400 festivals a year and adventures including kayaking on the bayous and lakes, hiking in the many National and State Parks throughout the state or the newly launched Louisiana Civil Rights Trail. Gonzales is midway between the state capital Baton Rouge and the crescent city, New Orleans. It's also known as the Jambalaya capital of the world – so it's no surprise that there is a wealth of delicious food and drink to try here! If you didn't know already, it's the home of the cocktail, gumbo, jambalaya, Tabasco hot sauce, King Cake, and beignets! Louisiana offers a food and drink experience that is second to none. Meet craft distillers, brewers, and mixologists who are working with local traditions and making a name for themselves on the Louisiana Culinary Trails or Louisiana Libations Trail. Let the endless beauty of Louisiana feed your soul and inspire you. You can check out more by visiting www.louisianatravel.com. Here's one of our favorite cocktails made with Sugarfield Spirits Aged Rum - the Banana Daiquiri! Andrew says: “Classic Daiquiris are where it's at. That being said, this is not a classic daiquiri. It is a classic Banana Daiquiri, though. We use real fruit because I hate fake Banana flavoring. I love real bananas, though. This is light and refreshing, and it screams summertime.” Sounds good to me! INGREDIENTS 2oz. Sugarfield Spirits Aged Rum ½ oz Coco Cream ½ Banana ½ oz Fresh Lime Juice ½ oz simple syrup METHOD Add all ingredients to a blender Blend Drink! You'll find this recipe, more Louisiana cocktails, and all the cocktails of the week at alushlifemanual.com, where you'll also find all the ingredients in our shop. Full Episode Details: https://alushlifemanual.com/sugarfield-spirits-with-andrew-soltau (https://alushlifemanual.com/sugarfield-spirits-with-andrew-soltau) ----- Become a supporter of A Lush Life Manual for as little as $5 - all you have to do is go to https://www.buymeacoffee.com/lushlife (buymeacoffee.com/lushlife). Lush Life Merchandise is https://www.redbubble.com/people/alushlifemanual (here) - we're talking t-shirts, mugs, iPhone covers, duvet covers, iPad covers, and more covers for everything! And more! Produced by https://podcastlaunch.pro (Simpler Media) Follow us on https://twitter.com/alushlifemanual (Twitter) and https://www.instagram.com/alushlifemanual/ (Instagram) Get great cocktail ideas on https://www.pinterest.co.uk/alushlifemanual/ (Pinterest) New episodes every Tuesday, usually!!
Écoutez le récit consacré à la fête des Fous, une tradition proche du Carnaval répandu en Occident. Elle était avant tout destinée aux ecclésiastiques et a existé pendant presque onze siècles en France. Tout comme Mardi-Gras, la fête des Fous précède le Carême. A partir du Moyen-Age, c'est un exutoire pour les clercs avant la période de privation : on y mange, on y danse, on se déguise… Mais face à certaines pratiques plus extravagantes observées lors de la fête des Fous, de plus en plus d'évêques demandent à y mettre un terme. Quels sont ces "débordements" un temps permis par l'Eglise ? Et quelle est l'origine de cette tradition ? Dans cette première partie d'épisode produite par Europe 1 Studio, Clémentine Portier-Kaltenbach décrit comment se déroulent les festivités.
Like St. Patrick's Day or Mardi Gras, Pride month used to mean drunk, rowdy folks celebrating out in the streets, and now, for some, it means dragging your screaming kids to the local library to see drag queens struggling to read a children's book.Fascists are now more critical of drag queens than Aubrey O'Day reading Alyssa Edwards for her perfume ad in Season 5 of Drag Race (look it up). But is all this commotion just a distraction from the January 6 hearings on the Republicans' sloppy attempt at a political coup to end democracy?Can't these furry horned right wing fascists sashay away?Today comedian Dan Cass, who sees the January 6th hearings as some of the best theater, joins us to make sense of the storm cloud of madness brewing.FOLLOW DAN CASS: https://www.dan-cass.comPlus--➤ A two year old baby boy in England shows signs of puberty after exposure to his dad's testosterone gel.➤ Kim Kardashian says she'd eat poop to stay young and beautiful.➤ Ellen's former hunky gardener Billy Reilich has a new gig.➤ Maybelle Blair, the women's baseball pioneer who helped inspire the film 'A League Of Their Own,' comes out at the young age of 95.Episode #3036
Death Spa (1988) synopsis: “Gruesome deaths begin to occur at a hip Los Angeles health club.”Starring: William Bumiller, Brenda Bakke, Merritt Butrick, and Chelsea FieldDirector: Michael FischaThis week on Podcasting After Dark, Zak and Corey break down and review the second movie in their two-part summer filmfest, Death Spa! The irony is, even though Zak picked it as his summer movie, Death Spa actually takes place in February for Mardi Gras. Double irony: Corey's pick, The ‘Burbs, was released in February… and February is Corey's birth month.Where are we going with all of this? No where! Now, enjoy Death Spa (and we know our use of the word ‘irony' is closer to Alanis Morissette's definition)Look for our interview with Chelsea Field to drop very soon!— SUPPORT PODCASTING AFTER DARK —PATREON - Two extra shows a month, including our celebrity interview series, plus videos and other exclusive content!MERCH STORE - We have a fully dedicated merch store at TeePublic with multiple designs and products!INSTAGRAM / FACEBOOK / LETTERBOXD - Follow us on social media for updates and announcements!Purchase 7 WINTERS ALONE on Amazon: HARDCOVER / PAPERBACK / KINDLEThis podcast is part of the BFOP Network
Christ for the Nations in Dallas, Texas has a rich history of evangelism going back to the early days of the Voice of Healing movement with Gordon Lindsay. In this video, you will learn from the evangelism director of CFNI, Ayelen Saavedra. She explains how the students of CFNI are reaching out through tent crusades on the campus of CFNI and at Mardi Gras in New Orleans.
Will Pemble is a Web1 Pioneer, a Web2 Leader, and a Web3 Futurist. He built and sold Web.com, one of the first and largest domain name registrars on earth. As a Top 50 Domain Name Millionaire, technology futurist, and serial entrepreneur, Will has been building and growing tech companies since before the days of Web1.Will's latest adventure is CoasterPunks.com, an NFT Collection on a mission to build the world's first carbon neutral roller coaster thrill ride, a 200,000 watt solar farm, and an 8 episode educational TV series executive produced by Mythbuster Kari Byron and EXPLR Media.Will has built five backyard roller coasters and been featured on Good Morning America, Discovery Channel, Netflix, Facebook Watch, and dozens of television shows worldwide.New adventurers in Web 3 seem to think that it is separate and built independently of Web2, being a pioneer of Web1 and a leader in Web2, what do you think?Digging into CoasterPunks, your NFT collection, is a digital and phigital experience on a roller coaster? and is the digital footprint carbon neutral bc it minted on a blockchain that is by design low gas?If phitigal experience, is this at Disney? or any other amusement parks?Left-field questions:Your solar farm will support how many acres? And can people buy an NFT to have a stake in the generated power and/or the dollars created? OR a stake in the farm it supports? Like a shared agriculture model?What is the TV series you are creating and will it be on the blockchain?CoasterPunks websiteWill Pemble, TwitterWill Pemble, YouTubeWill Pemble, InstagramHolly Shannon's WebsiteZero To Podcast on AmazonHolly Shannon, LinkedinHolly Shannon, InstagramHolly Shannon, TwitterWatch an episode with a former Playboy Playmate #build #rollercoaster #roadmap #mardigras #adventure #community #solarfarm #web.com #futurism #domain #entrepreneur #coasterpunks #coasterpunksnft #mythbusters #karibyron #exploremedia #hackaday #guykawasaki #gusmachado #nfts #nft #nftart #cryptocurrency #blockchain #metaverse #culturefactor #web3 #smartcontracts #bitcoin #nftartist #nftcollectors #eth #ethereum #youtubers #tiktok #instagram #reels #branding #bitcoin #web3 #smartcontracts #bitcoin #nftartist #nftcollectors #community #decentralizedeconomy
Queer Carnival: Festivals and Mardi Gras in the South (NYU Press, 2022) reveals the importance of citywide celebrations like Mardi Gras and Fiesta for LGBTQIA+ communities in the US South. Drawing on five years of research, and over a hundred days at LGBTQ events in cities such as San Antonio, Santa Fe, Baton Rouge, and Mobile, Stone gives readers a front-row seat to festivals, carnivals, and Mardi Gras celebrations, vividly bringing these queer cultural spaces and the people that create and participate in them to life. Stone shows how these events serve a larger fundamental purpose, helping LGBTQ people to cultivate a sense of belonging in cities that may be otherwise hostile Amy L. Stone is Professor of Sociology and Anthropology at Trinity University in San Antonio, Texas. They are the author of several other books, including Gay Rights at the Ballot Box, Out of the Closet, Into the Archives: Researching Sexual Histories, and Cornyation: San Antonio's Outrageous Fiesta Tradition. Isabel Machado is a cultural historian whose work often crosses national and disciplinary boundaries. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/anthropology
Queer Carnival: Festivals and Mardi Gras in the South (NYU Press, 2022) reveals the importance of citywide celebrations like Mardi Gras and Fiesta for LGBTQIA+ communities in the US South. Drawing on five years of research, and over a hundred days at LGBTQ events in cities such as San Antonio, Santa Fe, Baton Rouge, and Mobile, Stone gives readers a front-row seat to festivals, carnivals, and Mardi Gras celebrations, vividly bringing these queer cultural spaces and the people that create and participate in them to life. Stone shows how these events serve a larger fundamental purpose, helping LGBTQ people to cultivate a sense of belonging in cities that may be otherwise hostile Amy L. Stone is Professor of Sociology and Anthropology at Trinity University in San Antonio, Texas. They are the author of several other books, including Gay Rights at the Ballot Box, Out of the Closet, Into the Archives: Researching Sexual Histories, and Cornyation: San Antonio's Outrageous Fiesta Tradition. Isabel Machado is a cultural historian whose work often crosses national and disciplinary boundaries. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/new-books-network
Queer Carnival: Festivals and Mardi Gras in the South (NYU Press, 2022) reveals the importance of citywide celebrations like Mardi Gras and Fiesta for LGBTQIA+ communities in the US South. Drawing on five years of research, and over a hundred days at LGBTQ events in cities such as San Antonio, Santa Fe, Baton Rouge, and Mobile, Stone gives readers a front-row seat to festivals, carnivals, and Mardi Gras celebrations, vividly bringing these queer cultural spaces and the people that create and participate in them to life. Stone shows how these events serve a larger fundamental purpose, helping LGBTQ people to cultivate a sense of belonging in cities that may be otherwise hostile Amy L. Stone is Professor of Sociology and Anthropology at Trinity University in San Antonio, Texas. They are the author of several other books, including Gay Rights at the Ballot Box, Out of the Closet, Into the Archives: Researching Sexual Histories, and Cornyation: San Antonio's Outrageous Fiesta Tradition. Isabel Machado is a cultural historian whose work often crosses national and disciplinary boundaries. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/gender-studies
Queer Carnival: Festivals and Mardi Gras in the South (NYU Press, 2022) reveals the importance of citywide celebrations like Mardi Gras and Fiesta for LGBTQIA+ communities in the US South. Drawing on five years of research, and over a hundred days at LGBTQ events in cities such as San Antonio, Santa Fe, Baton Rouge, and Mobile, Stone gives readers a front-row seat to festivals, carnivals, and Mardi Gras celebrations, vividly bringing these queer cultural spaces and the people that create and participate in them to life. Stone shows how these events serve a larger fundamental purpose, helping LGBTQ people to cultivate a sense of belonging in cities that may be otherwise hostile Amy L. Stone is Professor of Sociology and Anthropology at Trinity University in San Antonio, Texas. They are the author of several other books, including Gay Rights at the Ballot Box, Out of the Closet, Into the Archives: Researching Sexual Histories, and Cornyation: San Antonio's Outrageous Fiesta Tradition. Isabel Machado is a cultural historian whose work often crosses national and disciplinary boundaries. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/american-studies
Queer Carnival: Festivals and Mardi Gras in the South (NYU Press, 2022) reveals the importance of citywide celebrations like Mardi Gras and Fiesta for LGBTQIA+ communities in the US South. Drawing on five years of research, and over a hundred days at LGBTQ events in cities such as San Antonio, Santa Fe, Baton Rouge, and Mobile, Stone gives readers a front-row seat to festivals, carnivals, and Mardi Gras celebrations, vividly bringing these queer cultural spaces and the people that create and participate in them to life. Stone shows how these events serve a larger fundamental purpose, helping LGBTQ people to cultivate a sense of belonging in cities that may be otherwise hostile Amy L. Stone is Professor of Sociology and Anthropology at Trinity University in San Antonio, Texas. They are the author of several other books, including Gay Rights at the Ballot Box, Out of the Closet, Into the Archives: Researching Sexual Histories, and Cornyation: San Antonio's Outrageous Fiesta Tradition. Isabel Machado is a cultural historian whose work often crosses national and disciplinary boundaries. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/lgbtq-studies
Queer Carnival: Festivals and Mardi Gras in the South (NYU Press, 2022) reveals the importance of citywide celebrations like Mardi Gras and Fiesta for LGBTQIA+ communities in the US South. Drawing on five years of research, and over a hundred days at LGBTQ events in cities such as San Antonio, Santa Fe, Baton Rouge, and Mobile, Stone gives readers a front-row seat to festivals, carnivals, and Mardi Gras celebrations, vividly bringing these queer cultural spaces and the people that create and participate in them to life. Stone shows how these events serve a larger fundamental purpose, helping LGBTQ people to cultivate a sense of belonging in cities that may be otherwise hostile Amy L. Stone is Professor of Sociology and Anthropology at Trinity University in San Antonio, Texas. They are the author of several other books, including Gay Rights at the Ballot Box, Out of the Closet, Into the Archives: Researching Sexual Histories, and Cornyation: San Antonio's Outrageous Fiesta Tradition. Isabel Machado is a cultural historian whose work often crosses national and disciplinary boundaries. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/sociology
SMH columnist Andrew Hornery has apologised after issuing what's been described as an ultimatum to actor Rebel Wilson for a comment about her new, same-sex relationship. Dr Kerryn Phelps reflects on her experience of being ‘outed' by a Sydney tabloid 24 years ago.
We have finally reached our 100th episode on our podcast! There is so much to celebrate for this wonderful occasion alongside pride month. Once again we would like to thank all our new and long-time listeners for staying tuned in and joining us through this amazing journey as we grow through learning from each other while spreading knowledge, authenticity, wisdom and love. Which brings us to this week's episode where we set up a three-way discussion, as we invited our favorite recurring guest from this show, the charismatic & humorous Ms. Darlene, incompany with our podcast team mate & LGBT+ ally Minami and of course, the gorgeous & graceful host of this show, Tiffany. We decided to have a free flowing chitchat on various intimate, inspirational, moving and fun conversations, that ranged from sharing the power of educating about LGBTQIA+, how to manage boundaries, religious stifles in relation to transgenderism, the state of LGBT+ rights around the world, Darlene's powerful story of overcoming a traumatic episode in her life, advice to those who want to come out and much more. Finally, as our title for this episode is written “Flaws Before Fabulous”, we hope our listeners take away our message that our “FLAWS”, be it from what we or society identifies it as, are just as much a crucial part of who we are and can be something to care for, love and enjoy. As the iconic Marilyn Monroe also stated, “If you can't handle me at my worst, then you sure as hell don't deserve me at my best!”. Perhaps learning to love our flaws can in turn evolve us into the fabulous beings that we can be. Below are the events and past podcast episodes we mentioned in this episode; FEW May 2022 Virtual Lunch: https://fewjapan.com/building-acceptance-towards-transgender-women-may-26-2022-recap/ Episode 84 - Faith, Family, Forgiveness & Fabulous Journey Of Trans Showgirl Cosplayer Ms. Darlene: https://www.tiffanyrossdale.com/podcast/episode/76670502/faith-family-forgiveness-and-fabulous-journey-of-trans-showgirl-cosplayer-ms-darlene Episode 90 - International Transgender Day Of Visibility With Ms. Darlene: https://www.tiffanyrossdale.com/podcast/episode/7be7e80b/international-transgender-day-of-visibility-with-ms-darleneShare with us your thoughts on the episode & don't forget to share, like, comment, rate & subscribe to our podcast. For more details please e-mail us ~ email@example.comLeave our podcast a review, comment and ratings; Spotify ~ https://open.spotify.com/show/52ySZU9QRQOkkCfM2pJaiz?si=96fc6105f4e44a93 Podchaser ~ https://www.podchaser.com/podcasts/breakfast-with-tiffany-show-1346455 Apple Podcast ~ https://podcasts.apple.com/jp/podcast/breakfast-with-tiffany-show/id1524300778 For questions, requests, collaborations and comments, feel free to reach us via our e-mail ~ firstname.lastname@example.org Breakfast With Tiffany Show Official Page ~ https://www.tiffanyrossdale.com/podcast Support the show
Episode 2122 - On this Saturday's show, Vinnie Tortorich speaks to new listener Tim Mallien about his recent discovery of NSNG®, the diet mentality, finding his "why", and more. https://vinnietortorich.com/2022/06/diet-mentality-episode-2122 PLEASE SUPPORT OUR SPONSORS THE DIET MENTALITY Vinnie welcomes Tim and they chat a bit about how much progress Tim has made in the 6 weeks he's been living the NSNG® lifestyle. Tim then gives more of his history and how he had been depressed and frustrated coming from various other diet programs, only to gain the weight back. Tim was seriously considering gastric bypass surgery. Tim had really felt he had hit his "lowest of lows"; Vinnie understands this because he has worked with so many morbidly obese clients over the years. Tim admits he comes from a severe diet mentality, sugar addiction, and a lot of emotional eating. Vinnie and Tim talk about various temptations like certain fast food and Mardi Gras season; however, Tim is amazed how NSNG® has helped him change his mindset. FINDING HIS "WHY" Vinnie tells Tim about Scott King's "Why", and Tim has a strong "Why" of his own. Tim has enjoyed running half marathons and he'd like to get back into them. Tim shares some of the things that inspire him and what he loves about NSNG® and its community; as a result, Scott King has become a friend and mentor to Tim. Vinnie and Tim discuss some of the naysayers on social platforms, but Tim is grateful that both Vinnie and Anna give so much time and energy to help others. PURCHASE BEYOND IMPOSSIBLE The documentary launched on January 11! Order it TODAY! This is Vinnie's third documentary in just over three years. Get it now on Apple TV (iTunes) and/or Amazon Video! Link to the film on Apple TV (iTunes): Share this link with friends, too! Link to the film on Amazon Video: It's also now available on Amazon (the USA only for now)! Visit my new Documentaries HQ to find my films everywhere: REVIEWS: Please submit your REVIEW after you watch my films. Your positive REVIEW does matter! FAT: A DOCUMENTARY 2 (2021) Visit my new Documentaries HQ to find my films everywhere: Then, please share my fact-based, health-focused documentary series with your friends and family. The more views, the better it ranks, so please watch it again with a new friend! REVIEWS: Please submit your REVIEW after you watch my films. Your positive REVIEW does matter! FAT: A DOCUMENTARY (2019) Visit my new Documentaries HQ to find my films everywhere: Then, please share my fact-based, health-focused documentary series with your friends and family. The more views, the better it ranks, so please watch it again with a new friend! REVIEWS: Please submit your REVIEW after you watch my films. Your positive REVIEW does matter!
On today's What to Watch: Tim Burton reflects on the changes in tone to the Batman franchise that he kicked off in 1989, and shares his thoughts on nipples getting added to the Batsuit in Joel Schumacher's movies. The Disney+ superhero series Ms. Marvel makes its debut, featuring a teenage Muslim-American girl as the lead — star Iman Vellani tells us about her Marvel fascination and playing a character who's proud of her heritage. On the new episode of The Real World Homecoming: New Orleans, the housemates relive their old Mardi Gras parade experience, this time with a little update. And in the Netflix docuseries Keep Sweet: Pray and Obey, survivors of an extremist sect of the Mormon Church, the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, share their experiences and speak out about the cult's leader, Warren Jeffs, who had more than 70 wives, many of whom were under age. Plus, other entertainment headlines — including mixed first reactions to Jurassic World: Dominion and why Baz Luhrmann didn't cast Harry Styles as Elvis — and trivia! More at ew.com, ew.com/wtw, and @EW. Host/Producer: Gerrad Hall (@gerradhall); Producer: Ashley Boucher (@ashleybreports); Editor: Lauren Klein (@ltklein); Writer: Calie Schepp; Executive Producer: Chanelle Johnson (@chanelleberlin). Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Cruise News Today — June 5, 2022. Crew members on Mardi Gras rescued 16 people. The Port of Seattle is seeing 50 percent more cruise visitors over 2019. A former Norwegian Cruise Line ship has been scrapped in Turkey. Cruise line stocks were down for CCL, RCL, and NCLH.
This episode is Short but sweet! With Becky Lynn Blanca and Tanya Lasagna of Los Blancos This was Record in the smoking patio of Alex's bar in Long Beach California, So Don't mind the background noise. We talked about Mardi Gras, The origin of the band , the new line up and Becky decided to grill me about something I did In high school! I'm glad she got over it. We are old friends and it was great catching up with them. Cheers and enjoy!
The conga player and Vietnam veteran has led a life of service both in and out of the military. As a door gunner with the 1st Air Cavalry, he joined those throughout the ages willing to make the ultimate sacrifice. The Troubled Men are awed as Rosie recounts his mythic life. Topics include the Norfolk Bayou Boogaloo, a D.C. gig, Hawaii, cousins, smoking Kools, a George Porter encounter, local stupidity, Zion Williamson, a 2nd booster, Ray Liotta RIP, a pistol whipping, “GoodFellas,” “Something Wild,” DeNiro, a kidnapping, a musician father, a maestro grandfather, a seminary expulsion, the Celebration of Life festival, a draft notice, enlistment, Vietnam deployment, the Easter Offensive of ’72, “The Deer Hunter,” “Apocalypse Now,” “Platoon,” death cards, coming home, troubled vets, Mardi Gras ’73, Professor Longhair, volunteer work, art therapy, and much more. Intro music: Styler/Coman Break music: "Summer Samba" by Walter Wanderley Outro music: "Galveston" by Glen Campbell Support the podcast: Paypal or Venmo Join the Patreon page here. Shop for Troubled Men’s Shirts here. Subscribe, review, and rate (5 stars) on Apple Podcasts or any podcast source. Follow on social media, share with friends, and spread the Troubled Word. Troubled Men Podcast Facebook Troubled Men Podcast Instagram Iguanas Tour Dates René Coman Facebook Rosie Rosato Facebook
Synopsis In 1923, the Chicago North Shore Festival sponsored a competition for new orchestral works. Of the 47 scores submitted, five finalists were selected by a distinguished panel of judges that included two leading American composers of that day: George W. Chadwick and Henry Hadley. Two of the five works that made the final cut were by the same composer, a 33-year-old Illinois native named Edward Collins. On today's date in 1923, conductor Frederick Stock and his Chicago Symphony played through the five finalists' scores at a public event at Northwestern University, with Collins in attendance to hear his two contrasting pieces. The first was called “Mardi Gras,” and, as you might expect, it was an upbeat work in a party mood. The second Collins piece was entitled “1914”—a grim orchestral evocation of World War I that Collins later retitled “Tragic Overture.” It was that work that won the competition's $1000 first prize, and so impressed conductor Stock that he performed the piece in New York and Chicago. Although Collins was famous in his day, after his death in 1951, his music was largely forgotten. Perhaps his unabashedly Romantic style seemed dated in the avant-garde 50s and 60s. After more than half a century after his death, a series of new recordings of Collins' orchestral works made by the Concordia Orchestra under Marin Alsop have helped to reintroduce his music to a new generation. Music Played in Today's Program Edward Collins (1889 - 1951) — Mardi Gras and Tragic Overture (Concordia Orchestra; Marin Alsop, cond.) Albany 267
Wednesday on 2 Pros and a Cup of Joe, Jonas Knox, Brady Quinn and LaVar Arrington react to Deshaun Watson's accusers speaking with HBO's Real Sports and believe the NFL needs to hold Watson accountable. Conspiracy theories about Kyle Shanahan wanting to trade Jimmy G. Plus, Petros Papadakis sides with chaos when it comes to Nick Saban vs Jimbo Fisher and shares stories from Mardi Gras on Bourbon Street. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.