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    Scoops with Danny Mac
    Ben Fred Friday – July 1, 2022

    Scoops with Danny Mac

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 1, 2022 31:33


    A tough stretch of baseball begins tonight for the Cardinals. We visit with Ben Frederickson all about it here. His thoughts on Sandy Alcantara and the two crushing losses this last week. We talk about the pitching situation and who will step up. He also gets into Molina's absence. How longe I'll it last? Goldschmidt and rookie praise plus Freddie Freeman's agent issues. Listen here:

    Spring Of Life Fellowship Church - Changing the world
    The Heart of a Backslider by Bishop Joaquin G. Molina

    Spring Of Life Fellowship Church - Changing the world

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2022 65:10


    The Heart of a Backslider by Bishop Joaquin G. Molina

    BELLUMARTIS PODCAST
    LOS HÚSARES ALADO, la caballería de élite polaca ** Juan Molina ** - Acceso anticipado

    BELLUMARTIS PODCAST

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 68:19


    Agradece a este podcast tantas horas de entretenimiento y disfruta de episodios exclusivos como éste. ¡Apóyale en iVoox! +++++ Hazte con nuestras camisetas en https://www.bhmshop.app +++++ Uno de los cuerpos mas espectaculares de la historia era la caballería alada polaca símbolo del orgullo de un pueblo que durante un tiempo tuvieron el mayor estado de Europa, que se extendía desde el mar Báltico al Negro. Al contrario que en el resto de Europa donde la caballería se fue aligerando, los polacos conservaron esta unidad pesada hasta el S.XVIII, el porqué de esta decisión se haya en la propia idiosincrasia de este pueblo. Podeis leer el artículo del blog "Húsar alado polaco" https://bellumartishistoriamilitar.blogspot.com/2012/10/husares-alados-polacos.html Acceso anticipado para Fans - #Historia #Militar #España El seis de septiembre de 1522 una nao desvencijada y medio hundida arribaba al puerto de Sanlúcar de Barrameda con 18 espectros famélicos a bordo. Pocos acertaron a comprender que aquel buque era la “Victoria”, una de las cinco embarcaciones que habían zarpado de aquel mismo muelle cerca de tres años antes y menos aún que los miserables que componían su tripulación acababan de dar la primera vuelta al mundo, certificando de una manera práctica la redondez de la tierra. Gracias a Juan Molina, nuestro maestroa rmero conoceremos a esta mítica unidad polaca y sus armas. Los artículos de Juan en BHM https://bellumartishistoriamilitar.blogspot.com/search/label/maestro%20armero ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Si queréis apoyar a Bellumartis Historia Militar e invitarnos a un café o u una cerveza virtual por nuestro trabajo, podéis visitar nuestro PATREON https://www.patreon.com/bellumartis Conviértete en miembro de este canal y apoya nuestro trabajo https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCTtIr7Q_mz1QkzbZc0RWUrw/join -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- UN MÁGNIFICO LIBRO "Polish Winged Hussar 1576-1775" https://amzn.to/3OfwDGJ No olvidéis suscribiros al canal, si aún no lo habéis hecho. Si queréis ayudarnos, dadle a “me gusta” y también dejadnos comentarios. De esta forma ayudaréis a que los programas sean conocidos por más gente. Y compartidnos con vuestros amigos y conocidos. SIGUENOS EN TODAS LAS REDES SOCIALES ¿Queréis contactar con nosotros? Puedes escribirnos a bellumartishistoriamilitar@gmail.com Nuestra página principal es: https://bellumartishistoriamilitar.blogspot.com/Escucha este episodio completo y accede a todo el contenido exclusivo de BELLUMARTIS PODCAST. Descubre antes que nadie los nuevos episodios, y participa en la comunidad exclusiva de oyentes en https://go.ivoox.com/sq/618669

    Hoy por Hoy
    El Abierto | La única voz del Gobierno, una cumbre crucial y una dimisión llamativa

    Hoy por Hoy

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 66:21


    Los temas principales son la postura del Gobierno respecto a la masacre en la frontera de Melilla por parte de la policía marroquí, la reunión de Biden y Sánchez previa a la cumbre de la Otan, y la llamativa dimisión del presidente del INE. En el análisis Estefanía Molina, Ignasi Guardans y Jose Luis Ayllón 

    Radio HM
    Cambio de agujas: Alondra Molina

    Radio HM

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 24:50


    Alondra es una chica que creció con fe, pero debido a que no se aceptaba físicamente y a que comenzó a meterse en tribus urbanas, comenzó a alejarse de Dios e incluso a despreciarlo e insultarlo hasta llegar a experimentar el odio. Se adentró en el mundo de la música electrónica, del alcohol, los chicos y la droga para intentar ser feliz y llenar el vacío que sentía. Acabó cayendo muy bajo en su vida, hasta tal punto que no pudo más y volvió a casa como el hijo pródigo. Estando en casa su madre le invitó a una Misa y ella fue. Allí el obispo le propuso colaborar con una hora de turnos de adoración, y esa hora cambiará su vida. Descubre toda su historia en «Cambio de Agujas».

    What's On Tap Radio
    Taste of the Future: Will Artificial Intelligence Replace Brewmasters??

    What's On Tap Radio

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 79:35


    On tap this week: Let's spell it out: B.A.R.L.E.Y, Brewery transforms brewing waste into blue jeans, Drinking beer in moderate amounts ‘could have health benefits,' Science suggests that having a “beer gut” could actually be good for you, The first artificial intelligence-created craft beer, A beer scam to be aware of, A PSA on the hard plastic beer carriers, Budweiser honors friendship of Cardinals' Molina, Wainwright in new ‘Best Buds' ad, A beer throne for Marlins' Sandy Alcantara compliments of Budweiser. All this and so much more presented Cask Branding. Enjoy the show, Cheers!!

    Radio Alicante
    Toñi Molina, portavoz de Marea Blanca: "Partimos de una insuficiencia grande de personal"

    Radio Alicante

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 0:23


    Tiempo de toros
    Tiempo de Toros: José Fernando Molina

    Tiempo de toros

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 40:00


    José Fernando Molina, puerta grande en Madrid. Miguel Zaxo y Ferianto: reencuentro en La Olivilla. Los protagonistas de Bilbao, Granada, Torrejón, Toledo y Villaseca. El niño de la capea: 50 años de alternativa

    Santa Barbara Talks with Josh Molina
    Santa Barbara Talks: Geordie and Josh, Let's Talk About . . . Parenting

    Santa Barbara Talks with Josh Molina

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 25, 2022 100:00


    Geordie Armstrong and Josh Molina meet again for their ongoing series "Let's Talk About . . . Parenting!" Armstrong parents a 15-year-old and Molina has two kids, 16, and 8. The two talk about parenting, from their own perspectives, and recall their own childhood memories and how that affected their approach. In this special episode, the duo discuss childbirth, relatives, schooling, routines, structure, sleeping, and dealing with the parents of their children's peers. Geordie and Josh also talk about their own stories growing up, and what they learned and didn't learn, and how they apply that information and knowledge as adults with their own children. Armstrong also discusses the U.S. Supreme Court's decision to reverse Roe vs. Wade. Geordie Armstrong is a geography professor at Santa Barbara City College. Josh Molina is a journalist and journalism instructor at Santa Barbara City College and Cal State University, Northridge. This podcast is intended to spotlight the views of these two 40-something individuals with similar experiences and interests on a variety of topics. Check out our previous episodes on imposter syndrome, women in science, empowerment and much more. If you like what we do, we are interested in sponsor so we can move the podcast in studio. Future episode topics include discussions on language, virtue signaling, teaching. Email josh@santabarbaratalks if interested in supporting the podcast. Check out Molina's website santabarbaratalks.com. And subscribe to this channel at @Santa Barbara Talks with Josh Molina Find his stories in a variety of places including currently Noozhawk.com and formerly mercurynews.com Armstrong is a full-time teacher at Santa Barbara City College. Check out her article on feminism here: http://www.ayww.org/new-blog/2016/2/2... Thanks for listening and watching.

    El Gordo y La Flaca
    Yuri es acusada de “gordofóbica”

    El Gordo y La Flaca

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 25, 2022 19:44


    La cantante vuelve estar en una nueva controversia porque al parecer le exigió a sus bailarines no engordar una librita demás, cuando se aproxima su nueva gira. ¡Todo parece indicar que Raúl de Molina no podría integrarse a este show!Escucha ya los chismes y las notas más picantes en el Podcast de El Gordo y La Flaca Fin de Semana.

    El ojo crítico
    El ojo crítico - El Prado inadvertido de Estrella De Diego - 24/06/22

    El ojo crítico

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022 52:34


    Charlamos con la historiadora del arte, escritora, profesora y comisaria Estrella De Diego, que acaba de publicar con Anagrama ‘El Prado inadvertido’. Un paseo por la pinacoteca madrileña, por sus clásicos y sus olvidados. Por su historia, sus historias y recovecos, siguiendo la estela de Eugenio d'Ors. Y sumamos otra mirada al museo de la mano del escritor Antonio Muñoz Molina, que ha estado con Jesús Marchamalo. Además, asistimos a la jornada inaugural de TEFAF en Maastricht, Países Bajos, con nuestro enviado especial, Iñigo Picabea. Escuchar audio

    Straight Talk with Sally
    What's your WHY (Beauty Edition) ft. Elizabeth Molina

    Straight Talk with Sally

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022 27:27


    (Disclaimer: This episode was recorded last year) My guest today is Elizabeth Molina, a TEDx Speaker, Podcaster, a Beauty BioHacker, and a Clubhouse and Instagram Influencer who focuses on holistic beauty. In this episode we'll be talking about the Beauty Circle Tool, the WHY behind what you do and how to turn pain and hurt into a beauty powerful thing.  Connect with Elizabeth Molina:  Elizabeth's Website Elizabeth's Instagram Connect with Sally and the Sparkle Team: Instagram Youtube Facebook

    Es Cine
    Entrevista a Fernando González Molina y Macarena García por 'Paraíso' T2

    Es Cine

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022 26:05


    Arconada entrevista a Fernando González Molina y Macarena García por el estreno de la segunda temporada de Paraíso en Movistar Plus+.

    El Gordo y La Flaca
    Lucía Méndez es la nueva reina drag queen de la farándula

    El Gordo y La Flaca

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 18:33


    La “draga Méndez” tardó cerca de 5 horas en su transformación y le resbalan las críticas que le puedan llegar a hacer. Además, se armó la polémica entre la diva y Raúl de Molina nada más y nada menos que por cuestiones de edad. ¡Escucha ya la divertida discusión!Este y otros chismes te los contamos en el podcast más chismoso e informado de la farándula: El Gordo y La Flaca.

    Calle Oscura
    Calle Oscura 28: Renuncias Felices con Juanan Requena [E16T02]

    Calle Oscura

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 115:33


    Nos conocimos en un lugar mágico y enseguida me di cuenta, todos nos dimos cuenta, de que él mismo lleva consigo una suerte de magia. Trabaja como un alquimista, elaborando pociones de palabras e imágenes, pero hablo de otro tipo de embrujo, el de la almas limpias. De sonrisa tranquila, mirada afable y mente rápida. De esas personas que nunca, nunca se cansan de agradecer. Compositor de melodías que se disfrutan más cuando se hace el silencio y cómplice de viajes hacia el interior de nosotros mismos. Hoy, en Calle Oscura, Juanan Requena. En este episodio hablamos de - La Fotografía como creadora y evocadora de recuerdos. - Combinar formas artísticas para componer. - La imposibilidad (e inutilidad) de explicar. - Cambiar los “por qué” y los “para qué”. - Vivir en las preguntas. - Iluminar el camino de otros. - Originalidad. - Creatividad. - Dejar eso de pensar para otro momento. - Empezar con lo que tenemos… Y no parar. Y de infinidad de otras pequeñas cosas que nos fueron saliendo al paso. Quién nos acompaña "Juanan nació en un árido pueblo de La Mancha, donde se embelesó de horizontes construyendo cabañas entre maizales. Tras hermosos fracasos y constantes derivas, se mudó al mar del Sur y allí aprendió de endecasílabos y quejíos vendiendo libros y poniendo cafés. Se convirtió en viajero cableando giras de grupos sin rock and roll y llenando inagotables diarios. Y así rodó ambulante, cubierto de salitre y dudas, hasta convencerse de que mirada y poesía podían unirse sobre la misma incandescencia: una pelea que aún hoy intenta reflejar sin detenerse." No he podido – ni querido – resistirme a compartir, tal cual, la biografía que el propio Juanan comparte en su web, porque es como todo lo que hace, personal y cercano. Referencias y enlaces Autores y colectivos - Antonio Vega. - Alfonso Armada. - Carlos Canal y Rosa S. Ramiro. - Chema Madoz. - Israel Ariño. - Jesús Caballero Varela. (https://jesuscaballerovarela.com/) - Juan Cruz. - Juan Valbuena. - Luis García Montero. - Montse Puig, de Ediciones Anómalas. (https://jotabarros.com/club-fotografia-callejera/videoconferencias/edicion-libros-fotografia-montse-puig/) - Nicholas Nixon. - Óscar Molina. - Quique González. - Rilke. - Colectivo Fotográfico UFCA (Algeciras). Trabajos - Brevario de la Aurora, de Rafael Argullol. (https://amzn.to/3bgoCTA) - Cartas a un Joven Poeta, de Rilke. (https://amzn.to/3HCwB9w) - España de Sol a Sol, de Alfonso Armada. - Las Hermanas Brown, de Nicholas Nixon. (https://amzn.to/3Ou8En3) Juanan y lo demás El universo de Juanan se atisba en su web (http://nodetenerse.com/), desde allí os podréis montar en La Ínsula Nómada y viajar hasta El Granero, deteniéndoos siempre que queráis en las palabras que va recogiendo y sembrando, en las imágenes que comparte y en los maravillosos recordatorios que son sus libros y diarios. Gracias por tu escucha Hasta aquí el vigésimo octavo episodio de Calle Oscura, ojalá hayáis disfrutado de esta charla con Juanan tanto como yo. Si ha sido así no olvidéis dejar 5 estrellas, compartir este capítulo en vuestras redes y recomendarlo a vuestra gente. Algo tan tan sencillo supone, en realidad, una gran diferencia. Antes de la despedida, gracias a Ricoh y a su modelo GR3 por apoyar la emisión de Calle Oscura. (https://www.tiendapentaxeros.com/camaras/compactas/ricoh-gr/) Aquí se acaba la segunda temporada de Calle Oscura, que volverá tras el verano con más voces y más luces. Desde aquí, todo mi agradecimiento por acompañarme, por acompañarnos, desde ese otro lado que – cada vez más – se siente muy cercano. Volvemos a escucharnos pronto. Os echaré de menos. Hasta entonces… Nos vemos en la calle! Jota.

    Molina Leadership Solutions
    Molina Leadership Solutions - Re-election Campaign for State Representative John Lively

    Molina Leadership Solutions

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 61:46


    John stopped by the podcast today to share his ideas and goals on his re-election bid as our State Representative. He has held this position for the last 10 years. He has a total of 20 years of elected public service. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/mark-molina4/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/mark-molina4/support

    El Faro
    El Faro Dominguero | El Faro Dominguero (Norte, Tomate, Letra R y Charco)

    El Faro

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 138:57


    Cada dominguero repasamos los cuatro temas de la semana. Esta la empezamos con Norte, luego Tomate, Letra R y rematamos con El Faro Charco. Añadimos contenido nuevo (lo que no pudimos escuchar, nuestro bonus track) y además, recuperamos fragmentos de las conversaciones con los invitados que se convirtieron en gatopardos esta semana, que fueron: Carmen Linares, Carolina Iglesias y Fernando González Molina.

    Sports on a Sunday Morning

    5 Minutes with Number 5, Pujols and Ackerman talk about being a dad. Cardinals President of Baseball Operations John Mozeliak talks about Molina, the recovery of Flaherty and the what was an almost no-hitter for Mikolas. 

    Sports on a Sunday Morning
    Marmol provides update on Molina knee

    Sports on a Sunday Morning

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 19, 2022 11:43


    Tom Ackerman is joined by Cardinals Manager Oli Marmol talking about grabbing momentum from Friday night, Pujols being honored by the Red Sox, Arenado getting locked in.

    Spring Of Life Fellowship Church - Changing the world
    World Changing Fathers by Bishop Joaquin G. Molina

    Spring Of Life Fellowship Church - Changing the world

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 19, 2022 25:49


    World Changing Fathers by Bishop Joaquin G. Molina

    The Cats Roundtable
    Louis A. Molina | Commissioner of the New York City Department of Correction | 06-19-2022

    The Cats Roundtable

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 19, 2022 6:16


    La W Radio con Julio Sánchez Cristo
    Una Mujer W: Johanna Molina, creadora de Talana

    La W Radio con Julio Sánchez Cristo

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 18, 2022 11:17


    En la sección Una Mujer W de W Fin de Semana, Johanna Molina habló sobre Talana, la plataforma que conecta a estudiantes con pasantías en empresas internacionales.

    CATS Roundtable
    Comm. of Corrections Louis Molina - Rikers avoids Federal takeover. Mayor Adams vows updates.

    CATS Roundtable

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 18, 2022 6:15


    Comm. of Corrections Louis Molina - Rikers avoids Federal takeover. Mayor Adams vows updates. by John Catsimatidis

    The Bernie Show
    Talking Molina and NBA Finals - Segment 2 6-17-22

    The Bernie Show

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2022 18:36


    Bernie puts the career of Yadier Molina in perspective and highlights how noteworthy it will be when he hands off the reins to the catcher position. Bernie also offers up his thoughts on the recently completed NBA Finals.

    Karraker & Smallmon
    Karraker & Smallmon - June 17th 2022

    Karraker & Smallmon

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2022 160:00


    7:00 - Cardinals travel to Boston after a day off, the NBA Finals wrap up and the US Open 1st Round is shaping up nicely 7:15 - Peak & Pit 7:30 - Jay Delsing talks LIV Tour drama, Phil and the start of the US Open 7:45 - TIOLI 8:00 - Fresh Take: The Cardinals pitching is finally looking like we projected in the preseason--what do we need to see from Boston? 8:15 - Producer Matthew Rocchio's dad, Dave Rocchio, joins the show for #DadsWeek 8:30 The Fight with Co-Host Michelle Smallmon's dad, Tony Smallmon 8:45 - Chris Long on his relationship with Howie, growing up around the game and life while raising his two sons 9:00 - Tom Holliday on the special baseball relationship in the Holliday family, and getting to watch his grandson Jackson go through it as well 9:15 - You're killing me, Smalls! 9:30 - Comedia Sebastian Maniscalco on life as a wheat-field model, his dad being played by DeNiro & people watching at Subway and the airport 9:45 - Looking back at some of our favorite moments from #DadsWeek 10:00 - Is there a silver lining to this heart-breaking injury news from Molina? We finally get to see the future in Ivan Herrera 10:15 - What's on tap?

    Scoops with Danny Mac
    Ben Fred Friday – June 17, 2022

    Scoops with Danny Mac

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2022 26:55


    A lot of Cardinals talk here this morning with Ben Frederickson of stltoday.com. We dig into the homestand and winning against teams like Pittsburgh and Cincinnati. Ben gives us his thoughts on the All-Stars. Besides shoo-in Goldy, who goes and how will the league handle Pujols and Molina on their way out? How about Donovan as he's making a case for Rookie of the Year? Ben suggests Helsley as well. We take a look at the situation for Paul Dejong and Nolan Gorman. Ben says there's no way Donovan is going anywhere so what is the answer for Dejong? A nod to Randy Flores, the team's drafts producing top prospects plus Marmol's communication and management. Listen here:

    New Books in Food
    Natalia Molina, "A Place at the Nayarit: How a Mexican Restaurant Nourished a Community" (U California Press, 2022)

    New Books in Food

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2022 80:20


    In 1951, Doña Natalia Barraza opened the Nayarit, a Mexican restaurant in Echo Park, Los Angeles. With A Place at the Nayarit: How a Mexican Restaurant Nourished a Community (U California Press, 2022), historian Natalia Molina traces the life's work of her grandmother, remembered by all who knew her as Doña Natalia--a generous, reserved, and extraordinarily capable woman. Doña Natalia immigrated alone from Mexico to L.A., adopted two children, and ran a successful business. She also sponsored, housed, and employed dozens of other immigrants, encouraging them to lay claim to a city long characterized by anti-Latinx racism. Together, the employees and customers of the Nayarit maintained ties to their old homes while providing one another safety and support. The Nayarit was much more than a popular eating spot: it was an urban anchor for a robust community, a gathering space where ethnic Mexican workers and customers connected with their patria chica (their "small country"). That meant connecting with distinctive tastes, with one another, and with the city they now called home. Through deep research and vivid storytelling, Molina follows restaurant workers from the kitchen and the front of the house across borders and through the decades. These people's stories illuminate the many facets of the immigrant experience: immigrants' complex networks of family and community and the small but essential pleasures of daily life, as well as cross-currents of gender and sexuality and pressures of racism and segregation. The Nayarit was a local landmark, popular with both Hollywood stars and restaurant workers from across the city and beloved for its fresh, traditionally prepared Mexican food. But as Molina argues, it was also, and most importantly, a place where ethnic Mexicans and other Latinx L.A. residents could step into the fullness of their lives, nourishing themselves and one another. A Place at the Nayarit is a stirring exploration of how racialized minorities create a sense of belonging. It will resonate with anyone who has felt like an outsider and had a special place where they felt like an insider. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/food

    New Books Network
    Natalia Molina, "A Place at the Nayarit: How a Mexican Restaurant Nourished a Community" (U California Press, 2022)

    New Books Network

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2022 80:20


    In 1951, Doña Natalia Barraza opened the Nayarit, a Mexican restaurant in Echo Park, Los Angeles. With A Place at the Nayarit: How a Mexican Restaurant Nourished a Community (U California Press, 2022), historian Natalia Molina traces the life's work of her grandmother, remembered by all who knew her as Doña Natalia--a generous, reserved, and extraordinarily capable woman. Doña Natalia immigrated alone from Mexico to L.A., adopted two children, and ran a successful business. She also sponsored, housed, and employed dozens of other immigrants, encouraging them to lay claim to a city long characterized by anti-Latinx racism. Together, the employees and customers of the Nayarit maintained ties to their old homes while providing one another safety and support. The Nayarit was much more than a popular eating spot: it was an urban anchor for a robust community, a gathering space where ethnic Mexican workers and customers connected with their patria chica (their "small country"). That meant connecting with distinctive tastes, with one another, and with the city they now called home. Through deep research and vivid storytelling, Molina follows restaurant workers from the kitchen and the front of the house across borders and through the decades. These people's stories illuminate the many facets of the immigrant experience: immigrants' complex networks of family and community and the small but essential pleasures of daily life, as well as cross-currents of gender and sexuality and pressures of racism and segregation. The Nayarit was a local landmark, popular with both Hollywood stars and restaurant workers from across the city and beloved for its fresh, traditionally prepared Mexican food. But as Molina argues, it was also, and most importantly, a place where ethnic Mexicans and other Latinx L.A. residents could step into the fullness of their lives, nourishing themselves and one another. A Place at the Nayarit is a stirring exploration of how racialized minorities create a sense of belonging. It will resonate with anyone who has felt like an outsider and had a special place where they felt like an insider. 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

    New Books in History
    Natalia Molina, "A Place at the Nayarit: How a Mexican Restaurant Nourished a Community" (U California Press, 2022)

    New Books in History

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2022 80:20


    In 1951, Doña Natalia Barraza opened the Nayarit, a Mexican restaurant in Echo Park, Los Angeles. With A Place at the Nayarit: How a Mexican Restaurant Nourished a Community (U California Press, 2022), historian Natalia Molina traces the life's work of her grandmother, remembered by all who knew her as Doña Natalia--a generous, reserved, and extraordinarily capable woman. Doña Natalia immigrated alone from Mexico to L.A., adopted two children, and ran a successful business. She also sponsored, housed, and employed dozens of other immigrants, encouraging them to lay claim to a city long characterized by anti-Latinx racism. Together, the employees and customers of the Nayarit maintained ties to their old homes while providing one another safety and support. The Nayarit was much more than a popular eating spot: it was an urban anchor for a robust community, a gathering space where ethnic Mexican workers and customers connected with their patria chica (their "small country"). That meant connecting with distinctive tastes, with one another, and with the city they now called home. Through deep research and vivid storytelling, Molina follows restaurant workers from the kitchen and the front of the house across borders and through the decades. These people's stories illuminate the many facets of the immigrant experience: immigrants' complex networks of family and community and the small but essential pleasures of daily life, as well as cross-currents of gender and sexuality and pressures of racism and segregation. The Nayarit was a local landmark, popular with both Hollywood stars and restaurant workers from across the city and beloved for its fresh, traditionally prepared Mexican food. But as Molina argues, it was also, and most importantly, a place where ethnic Mexicans and other Latinx L.A. residents could step into the fullness of their lives, nourishing themselves and one another. A Place at the Nayarit is a stirring exploration of how racialized minorities create a sense of belonging. It will resonate with anyone who has felt like an outsider and had a special place where they felt like an insider. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/history

    New Books in Latino Studies
    Natalia Molina, "A Place at the Nayarit: How a Mexican Restaurant Nourished a Community" (U California Press, 2022)

    New Books in Latino Studies

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2022 80:20


    In 1951, Doña Natalia Barraza opened the Nayarit, a Mexican restaurant in Echo Park, Los Angeles. With A Place at the Nayarit: How a Mexican Restaurant Nourished a Community (U California Press, 2022), historian Natalia Molina traces the life's work of her grandmother, remembered by all who knew her as Doña Natalia--a generous, reserved, and extraordinarily capable woman. Doña Natalia immigrated alone from Mexico to L.A., adopted two children, and ran a successful business. She also sponsored, housed, and employed dozens of other immigrants, encouraging them to lay claim to a city long characterized by anti-Latinx racism. Together, the employees and customers of the Nayarit maintained ties to their old homes while providing one another safety and support. The Nayarit was much more than a popular eating spot: it was an urban anchor for a robust community, a gathering space where ethnic Mexican workers and customers connected with their patria chica (their "small country"). That meant connecting with distinctive tastes, with one another, and with the city they now called home. Through deep research and vivid storytelling, Molina follows restaurant workers from the kitchen and the front of the house across borders and through the decades. These people's stories illuminate the many facets of the immigrant experience: immigrants' complex networks of family and community and the small but essential pleasures of daily life, as well as cross-currents of gender and sexuality and pressures of racism and segregation. The Nayarit was a local landmark, popular with both Hollywood stars and restaurant workers from across the city and beloved for its fresh, traditionally prepared Mexican food. But as Molina argues, it was also, and most importantly, a place where ethnic Mexicans and other Latinx L.A. residents could step into the fullness of their lives, nourishing themselves and one another. A Place at the Nayarit is a stirring exploration of how racialized minorities create a sense of belonging. It will resonate with anyone who has felt like an outsider and had a special place where they felt like an insider. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/latino-studies

    New Books in Sociology
    Natalia Molina, "A Place at the Nayarit: How a Mexican Restaurant Nourished a Community" (U California Press, 2022)

    New Books in Sociology

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2022 80:20


    In 1951, Doña Natalia Barraza opened the Nayarit, a Mexican restaurant in Echo Park, Los Angeles. With A Place at the Nayarit: How a Mexican Restaurant Nourished a Community (U California Press, 2022), historian Natalia Molina traces the life's work of her grandmother, remembered by all who knew her as Doña Natalia--a generous, reserved, and extraordinarily capable woman. Doña Natalia immigrated alone from Mexico to L.A., adopted two children, and ran a successful business. She also sponsored, housed, and employed dozens of other immigrants, encouraging them to lay claim to a city long characterized by anti-Latinx racism. Together, the employees and customers of the Nayarit maintained ties to their old homes while providing one another safety and support. The Nayarit was much more than a popular eating spot: it was an urban anchor for a robust community, a gathering space where ethnic Mexican workers and customers connected with their patria chica (their "small country"). That meant connecting with distinctive tastes, with one another, and with the city they now called home. Through deep research and vivid storytelling, Molina follows restaurant workers from the kitchen and the front of the house across borders and through the decades. These people's stories illuminate the many facets of the immigrant experience: immigrants' complex networks of family and community and the small but essential pleasures of daily life, as well as cross-currents of gender and sexuality and pressures of racism and segregation. The Nayarit was a local landmark, popular with both Hollywood stars and restaurant workers from across the city and beloved for its fresh, traditionally prepared Mexican food. But as Molina argues, it was also, and most importantly, a place where ethnic Mexicans and other Latinx L.A. residents could step into the fullness of their lives, nourishing themselves and one another. A Place at the Nayarit is a stirring exploration of how racialized minorities create a sense of belonging. It will resonate with anyone who has felt like an outsider and had a special place where they felt like an insider. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/sociology

    New Books in the American West
    Natalia Molina, "A Place at the Nayarit: How a Mexican Restaurant Nourished a Community" (U California Press, 2022)

    New Books in the American West

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2022 80:20


    In 1951, Doña Natalia Barraza opened the Nayarit, a Mexican restaurant in Echo Park, Los Angeles. With A Place at the Nayarit: How a Mexican Restaurant Nourished a Community (U California Press, 2022), historian Natalia Molina traces the life's work of her grandmother, remembered by all who knew her as Doña Natalia--a generous, reserved, and extraordinarily capable woman. Doña Natalia immigrated alone from Mexico to L.A., adopted two children, and ran a successful business. She also sponsored, housed, and employed dozens of other immigrants, encouraging them to lay claim to a city long characterized by anti-Latinx racism. Together, the employees and customers of the Nayarit maintained ties to their old homes while providing one another safety and support. The Nayarit was much more than a popular eating spot: it was an urban anchor for a robust community, a gathering space where ethnic Mexican workers and customers connected with their patria chica (their "small country"). That meant connecting with distinctive tastes, with one another, and with the city they now called home. Through deep research and vivid storytelling, Molina follows restaurant workers from the kitchen and the front of the house across borders and through the decades. These people's stories illuminate the many facets of the immigrant experience: immigrants' complex networks of family and community and the small but essential pleasures of daily life, as well as cross-currents of gender and sexuality and pressures of racism and segregation. The Nayarit was a local landmark, popular with both Hollywood stars and restaurant workers from across the city and beloved for its fresh, traditionally prepared Mexican food. But as Molina argues, it was also, and most importantly, a place where ethnic Mexicans and other Latinx L.A. residents could step into the fullness of their lives, nourishing themselves and one another. A Place at the Nayarit is a stirring exploration of how racialized minorities create a sense of belonging. It will resonate with anyone who has felt like an outsider and had a special place where they felt like an insider. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/american-west

    Rogue Ways
    A Brightness of Being with Elly Molina

    Rogue Ways

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2022 62:19


    Elly Molina is a gifted psychic, teacher of psychic skills, and remote viewer -- find her at http://www.ellymolina.com LinkTree: https://linktr.ee/LindseyScharmyn SUBSCRIBE TO AUDIO EXCLUSIVES on Apple Podcasts https://podcasts.apple.com/us/channel/rogue-ways/id6442780121 NEW BOOK! The Key of Transformational Healing now available on Amazon! https://www.amazon.com/dp/B09TTTGSXM/ref=tmm_pap_swatch_0?_encoding=UTF8&qid=1646352047&sr=8-1 NEW Tees & Merch for Rogue Warriors: https://www.teepublic.com/stores/rogue-ways?ref_id=24808 JOIN ME in meditations weekly: https://rogueways.org/product/monthly-meditations/ Check out the musical and artistic genius behind Rogue Ways and Middle Path art and music: https://linktr.ee/johnnylarson

    El Faro
    Gatopard@ | Fernando González Molina: "A veces tengo la sensación de que me quedé en la adolescencia"

    El Faro

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2022 27:51


    Dicen que todo lo que toca Fernando González Molina se convierte en oro. Es el director de grandes taquillazos del cine español como 'Palmeras en la nieve', 'Fuga de cerebros' o 'Tres metros sobre el cielo', la adaptación de Federico Moccia. Esta última recaudó más de 14 millones de euros y se convirtió en un fenómeno fan con las interpretaciones de Mario Casas, María Valverde o Álvaro Cervantes. Mara le ha preguntado por qué ha centrado la mayoría de sus proyectos en la adolescencia, conectando con una generación que no es la suya: "Mi adolescencia fue complicada. Por eso vuelvo todo el tiempo para reinterpretarla o para vengarme, me interesa la energía de las primeras veces".

    Ràdio Maricel de Sitges
    Balta Molina no seguirà com a entrenador del Sènior A del Bàsquet Sitges la temporada vinent

    Ràdio Maricel de Sitges

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022


    El Bàsquet Sitges no compta amb Balta Molina per dirigir el Sènior A la temporada vinent. El club entèn que el tècnic ha finalitzat el seu cicle de tres temporades al capdavant d’un equip que enguany s’ha quedat a les portes de pujar de categoria. El seu president, Pau Simó, ha explicat que el fet […]

    Hoy por Hoy
    El Abierto | Colas del hambre y recta final de la campaña andaluza

    Hoy por Hoy

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022 64:52


    Nos acercamos a un comedor social y te contamos por qué estamos siendo más pobres este año. De la campaña andaluza, recta final de las candidaturas y entrevista al socialista Juan Espadas. En el análisis Estefanía Molina, Mariola Urrea e Ignasi Guardans.

    Es la Mañana de Federico
    La República de los Tonnntos: El nuevo fichaje de ‘El País' reclama el copyright de "las cosas del comer"

    Es la Mañana de Federico

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022 12:46


    Santi González comenta el motivo por el que Teresa Rodríguez quiere educación sexual o lo dicho por el nuevo fichaje de El País, Estefanía Molina.

    Hechos Ecuador
    Gestión integral de riesgos y desastres fue tema de análisis en la Comisión de Seguridad

    Hechos Ecuador

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 1:48


    La Comisión de Soberanía, Integración y Seguridad Integral recibió al asambleísta Marcos Molina, a fin que exponga el sustento, alcance y objetivos del proyecto de Ley de Gestión Integral de Riesgos, Desastres, Endemia y Pandemia. Molina señaló que el proyecto tiene como objetivo regular el Sistema Nacional de Gestión Integral de Riesgos y Desastres, a través de la ejecución, seguimiento y evaluación de políticas, estrategias y acciones para el conocimiento y la reducción de riesgos. Explicó que el proyecto regula la adopción de medidas sanitarias, que serán centralizadas por el Sistema Nacional de Gestión de Riesgos, bajo los principios de manejo de crisis, mapa de riesgo y mitigación. Ciberseguridad Como segundo punto del orden del día la comisión avanzó en el análisis de los proyectos de ley sobre ciberseguridad. Para ello escuchó los criterios y observaciones de autoridades de los Ministerios del Interior y de Telecomunicaciones. Andrés Dávila, coordinador General de Tecnología del Ministerio del Interior, señaló que es necesario evaluar el tema desde el nivel cibernético. Dio a conocer que en la nueva estructura del ministerio consta una unidad que se encargará de estos aspectos. El delegado del Ministerio de Telecomunicaciones, Fabián Íñiguez, dijo que el Ecuador está alerta por los sucesos que se dieron en el año 2021 y que en este marco la estrategia de ciberseguridad trabaja en la gestión de riesgos y resiliencia, el liderazgo y la responsabilidad compartida. El asambleísta Ramiro Narváez, presidente de la Comisión de Seguridad, solicito a los comparecientes enviar por escrito las observaciones, a fin de considerarlas al momento de elaborar el informe para conocimiento del Pleno de la Asamblea Nacional. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/hechosecuador/message

    Cats at Night with John Catsimatidis
    Louis A. Molina | Commissioner of the New York City Department of Correction | 06-14-2022

    Cats at Night with John Catsimatidis

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2022 7:00


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    Rádio Gaúcha
    diretora do Centro Estadual de Vigilância em Saúde, Cynthia Molina Bastos

    Rádio Gaúcha

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 13, 2022 11:34


    Secretaria de Saúde confirma caso de Varíola do Macaco

    Un tema Al Día
    ¿Soy yo o la ciencia médica avanza más rápido que nunca?

    Un tema Al Día

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 13, 2022 12:51


    Las noticias hablan de hígados que se regeneran enchufados a una máquina, de impresoras de tejido orgánico, de vacunas para enfermedades que dábamos por imposibles…  Son buenas noticias, verdaderos avances científicos en el mundo de la salud que nos dan esperanza. Y parecen abundar… ¿Es porque la ciencia avanza más rápido ahora que antes? ¿Es porque después de la pandemia nos interesa más…?  Hablamos con Toño Fraguas, periodista de elDiario.es, y con Pampa García Molina, periodista de ciencia y coordinadora del Science Media Centre España. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

    Sports on a Sunday Morning
    There is nothing but the money - Reardon on golfers going to LIV

    Sports on a Sunday Morning

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 12, 2022 41:03


    KMOX Golf Analyst Dan Reardon joins Ackerman talking about the new LIV and why golfers have gone to it, plus what it means for the majors. Cardinals President of Baseball Operations John Mozeliak joins the Ackerman talks about Wainwright and Molina moving up the all-time list as battery mates, an update on Flaherty, Pallante and Hicks taking different roles, and DeJong is playing well in Memphis. Albert Pujols is joining Ackerman every Monday morning and hear this past week's visit as Pujols talks first years in the big leagues and remembers DK57.

    Sports on a Sunday Morning
    His IQ has elevated other's games – Mozeliak on Goldschmidt

    Sports on a Sunday Morning

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 12, 2022 12:57


    Cardinals President of Baseball Operations John Mozeliak joins the Ackerman talks about Wainwright and Molina moving up the all-time list as battery mates, an update on Flaherty, Pallante and Hicks taking different roles, and DeJong is playing well in Memphis.

    Spring Of Life Fellowship Church - Changing the world
    Pride Goes Before the Fall by Sir Nick Molina

    Spring Of Life Fellowship Church - Changing the world

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 12, 2022 41:17


    Pride Goes Before the Fall by Sir Nick Molina

    Despierta América
    Audiencia del 6 de enero mostró imágenes del ataque al Capitolio

    Despierta América

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 10, 2022 64:36


    Audiencia pública sobre asalto al capitolio resalta participación de grupos de extrema derecha.Presidente Trump habría sido informado de en varias ocasiones que había perdido las elecciones.Empresa Abbott reacciona ante denuncia de febrero del 2021 por problemas de contaminación.Nasa anuncia una investigación sobre fenómenos OVNI.La abogada de Johnny Depp, camille Vasquez, habla con Raúl de Molina. 

    Erika De la Vega - en Defensa Propia
    ¿Qué es la ansiedad? Con Rosa Molina | Kit de Emergencia 56 | Erika de la Vega

    Erika De la Vega - en Defensa Propia

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 9, 2022 64:21


    Erika de la Vega - En Defensa Propia
    ¿Qué es la ansiedad? Con Rosa Molina | Kit de Emergencia 56 | Erika de la Vega

    Erika de la Vega - En Defensa Propia

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 9, 2022 64:21


    Únete a la comunidad #EnDefensaPropia — tenemos contenido exclusivo: talleres, mentorías, Q&A con expertas y mucha gente bella comunidad.endefensapropia.com Esta pandemia hizo que muchos de nosotros empezaremos a escucharnos, a atender nuestra salud mental y reconocer términos como "ansiedad", pero ¿qué es realmente la ansiedad?, ¿cómo diferenciarla del estrés?, ¿cuándo debemos buscar ayuda?, ¿siempre son necesarios los medicamentos? Son muchas las dudas que hoy la Doctora Rosa Molina nos va a aclarar en este #KitDeEmergencia. Hablamos de los hábitos que nos ayudan a autorregularnos emocionalmente, prácticas para ponernos en perspectiva y evitar que nuestra mente creeescenarios catastróficos. También de la importancia de escuchar a nuestro cuerpo, porque él también tiene muchas cosas que revelar de nuestra salud mental. Los invito a escuchar este episodio porque el conocimiento nos da herramientas para comprender lo que nos sucede y saber cómo actuar si sufrimoa una crisis de ansiedad. SUSCRÍBETE: https://www.youtube.com/erikadelavegaoficial WEB: http://erikadelavega.com/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/erikadlvoficial/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/ErikaDLV Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/erikadelavega/ Producción: Valentina Carmona https://www.instagram.com/pelicarmona Producción: November Content https://www.novembercontent.com/ Edición: Vanessa Ferrebus

    The MMA Hour with Ariel Helwani
    Brandon Moreno, Kai Kara-France, Bo Nickal, Erin Blanchfield, Jeff Molina, and more

    The MMA Hour with Ariel Helwani

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 6, 2022 185:39


    Jeff Molina around (7:11) discusses his performance at UFC Vegas 56, if he won the fight, how he ended up wearing the UFC's Pride Month kit, the reaction from fans before and after the fight, if he wants to fight Muhammad Mokaev, how he got his nickname and his MMA start, and more. Erin Blanchfield around (28:37) discusses her performance at UFC Vegas 56, her callout, her goal of becoming an ESPN analyst for the UFC, how she got into mixed martial arts, how she got her nickname, her UFC 275 prediction for the co-main event, and more. Bo Nickal around (41:38) discusses his mixed martial arts debut, what took so long for it to happen, what will be his next step, his goals, his Khabib Nurmagomedov comments, when he wants to fight again, and more. Kai Kara-France around (1:05:26) discusses his upcoming interim title fight against Brandon Moreno at UFC 277, fighting in hostile territory in Dallas, his support system, Deiveson Figuereido's recent comments, and more. Brandon Moreno around (1:31:38) discusses his upcoming interim title against Kai Kara-France at UFC 277, why it wasn't Deiveson Figuereido, Figuereido's recent comments, what he misses about being champion, if he watches the trilogy fight, why he moved to Kansas City, his first fight against Kara-France, his new legos, his final message to Figuereido, and more. Eric Jackman and Ariel Helwani around (1:59:05) look back at the best bets from this previous weekend, Helwani's “underdog” of the week, and the latest MMA news. If you or someone you know has a gambling problem, crisis counseling and referral services can be accessed by calling 1-800-GAMBLER (1-800-426-2537) (IL/IN/MI/NJ/PA/WV/WY), 1-800-NEXT STEP (AZ), 1-800-522-4700 (CO/NH), 888-789-7777/visit http://ccpg.org/chat (CT), 1-800-BETS OFF (IA), 1-877-770-STOP (7867) (LA), 877-8-HOPENY/text HOPENY (467369) (NY), visit OPGR.org (OR), call/text TN REDLINE 1-800-889-9789 (TN), or 1-888-532-3500 (VA). 21+ (18+ NH/WY). Physically present in AZ/CO/CT/IL/IN/IA/LA/MI/NH/NJ/NY/OR/ PA/TN/VA/WV/WY only. New customers only. Min. $5 deposit required. Eligibility restrictions apply. See http://draftkings.com/sportsbook for details. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

    A Musical Theatre Podcast
    KISS OF THE SPIDER WOMAN with Joshua Finkel & Richard Bermudez

    A Musical Theatre Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 5, 2022 93:07


    Recently we chose five musicals from our listener request list that had all won the "Best Musical Tony Award" and allowed our social media followers to vote on which we should cover to celebrate next week's 2022 Tony Ceremony. The winner? Kander & Ebb's "darksical" KISS OF THE SPIDER WOMAN. Not only was this musical groundbreaking when it opened on Broadway in 1993, but it also has one of the most unique journeys to the Best Musical trophy in Tony history! Joining us to discuss this complex show is original cast member and "Molina expert" Joshua Finkel. We also get a visit from the very talented Richard Bermudez, Jeff's costar in one (yes one) of the productions he's done of this rarely produced show. Maybe you won't get to see this musical any time soon (unless it's with Lada Gaga... prayer hands), but in this episode you will certainly feel the power of the web it can weave. To learn more about Joshua Finkel and the many facets of his career, visit www.joshuafinkel.com Richard "no marking" Bermudez refuses to get caught in the web of social media, and we respect him for it, but trust us that if he did have an account, you'd want to stare at his pictures all day. ;) Be sure to share "A Musical Theatre Podcast" with your friends! Follow us on Instagram, Twitter, and TikTok for more great content, and don't forget to subscribe to PATREON! for only $1 a month and receive bonus content as a thank you for supporting the regular show. We also have at TeePublic Store with brand new content designed by listeners like YOU! Above all, thank you for being a part of this beautiful podcasting family. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices