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In this episode Gary Mansfield speaks to Keith Brymer Jones (@keith brymerjones) Keith Brymer Jones is a British potter and ceramic designer, known for his homeware Word Range with retro lettering and punk motifs. In 2015, he debuted as an expert judge alongside Kate Malone on BBC2's The Great Pottery Throw Down where his readiness to shed tears at the contestants' work attracted comment. He has continued his role and remained as judge when the programme transferred to More4 in 2020. At the age of 11, the London-born Brymer Jones made his first pottery object – an owl. It was then that he knew he wanted to be a potter and, after a brief stint as the lead singer of British punk band The Wigs, he became an apprentice for Harefield Pottery in London. This is where he learnt to make modern ceramics. After his apprenticeship, Brymer Jones started out hand-making ceramics for retailers including Conran Group, Habitat, Barneys New York, Monsoon, Laura Ashley and Heal's. He began to develop the Word Range for the first time; he was originally attracted to words because of their shapes, as he is dyslexic. Brymer Jones describes working with clay, shape and form as a natural affinity, as a result of his condition. Brymer Jones also works as Head of Design for MAKE International. In this role he collaborates with other designers including Jane Foster, Scion Living, Hokolo and Becky Baur. For more information on the work of Keith Brymer Jones go to https://www.keithbrymerjones.com/ To Support this podcast from as little as £3 per month: www.patreon/ministryofarts For full line up of confirmed artists go to https://www.ministryofarts.org Email: email@example.com Social Media: @ministryofartsorg
Welcome to the final Episode of 2021 and the 69th After Party (wink wink). For this one I put myself in the hot seat and I let the crew host and roast me. Louie, Bad Girl Lindsey and Baby M ask me the questions they want to know about me plus! We catch up with Baby M and her toxic self. Thank you for 29k streams! Make sure to subscribe and follow me on social media @ AaronScene!
It's episode 68 and on this one we got one of Santa's Ho-ho-ho's for her very own Christmas special. We catch up with Kayla and talk about her first time trying something new, her recent love life and of course she updates us on her OnlyFans. Plus we talk about hustling and drama in the nightlife and almost getting arrested on Cinci Street. Stream & Subscribe and watch the video on my OnlyFans!
FULL EPISODE 12.14.21: Open. What Will Ally Tip? The Boss is Sick. New Problem in Relationships. Ally Knows The News. A.D.D. News. Klein Personal Vacation. TikTok Toe. A.D.D. News. Beer Mug on the Monsoon Streets. Ally Knows The News. Ugly Sweat-er Contest. A.D.D. News. El Cheapo. Good Mall Santa or Bad Mall Santa. Close. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
It's the final three episodes of 2021 and up first we have new comer Ashley at the After Party! She shows us her DMs and gives us a peak at which big time DJs be sliding in them. We talk about how she started as a DJ, her cheating ex, and her good times with DJ Snake in Las Vegas. Plus Naomi joins us and lets Ashley bird feed her a shot. Stream, subscribe and watch the podcast! And follow me on social media @ AaronScene! Onlyfans.com/aaronscene
Thank you for 26k streams! On this episode we feature these two up & coming Cinci queens! We talk it up about some wild times on Cinci Street, Dark Horse Days and Sofie lets us in on her little secret. Plus Nahtalya tells about her special talents and her ex boyfriends. We also got Louie of MadHouse and @ badgirlindsey on the show to chime in. Stream the entire video on my Onlyfans and follow me on social @ AaronScene!
In this 286th episode of “Elton Jim” Turano's “CAPTAIN POD-TASTIC,” Jim Turano explains he is not a fan of the trendy “Rain showerhead” — he needs more than a steady dizzle for a satisfying shower!
Leandro Pessina of AEXYLIUM chats with Jon about the Elder Scrolls, Monsoon season, the flute; several tracks, and their latest record, The Fifth Season. 'The Fifth Season' https://youtu.be/uL0YN1JIyVc 'The Bridge' https://youtu.be/jyssCoDi9jo 'Mountains' (Teaser) https://youtu.be/YsK_3t32ad8 Find out more about AEXYLIUM at: http://www.aexylium.it/ -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Jon Harris of The Rock Metal Podcast interviews rock and metal bands to get the scoop on their latest two songs and news! Want to be on The Rock Metal Podcast? Email Jon at TheRockMetalPodcast@gmail.com Want to support The Rock Metal Podcast? Donate here: https://www.paypal.me/JonJHarris Want to be on our newsletter list? Provide your email address at https://mailchi.mp/af7a2332e334/therockmetalpodcastnewsletter
In this November edition of the CLIMAS Southwest Climate Podcast, Mike Crimmins and Zack Guido look back to monsoon 2021 to do a recap of the seasonal totals. They are joined by Paul Iniguez, the Science and Operations Officer for the National Weather Service office in Phoenix, to take a closer look at the 2021 monsoon, how it stacked up around the region, and to hear a bit more about how the NWS offices work across the monsoon. This is a single focus episode - see the Oct 2021 episode for the normal monthly roundup and recap. Watch this space: https://www.weather.gov/psr/eventsummaries for the 2021 monsoon recap from NWS Phoenix, as well as some detailed storm event reports from across the season (and year).
Around 70% of India's annual rainfall comes in the four-month monsoon season. Climate change is also having an impact on this natural phenomenon, making weather increasingly unpredictable. A new monsoon forecast system will enable farmers to plan ahead — and hopefully reap superior harvests.
Thank you for over 25k streams! For episode 65 we feature the man the myth, the legend, Chuck Daddy Debroder. We get to know him and how we came to be the the weather icon he is today. He also lets us in on some hypnosis tips and tricks and even hypnotizes our girl Naomi. Plus he tells us some throwback news room horny stories and the time he ran into the great Michael Irvin here in El Paso. Make sure to stream & subscribe and catch the full video on my Onlyfans! Follow me on social media @ AaronScene. Onlyfans.com/aaronscene
On today's episode, Evan is joined by George Bremer of The Herald Bulletin to recap the Indianapolis Colts' 30-18 win over the 49ers. The offense is clicking on all cylinders, plus the defense stiffened. What were our biggest takeaways? Carson Wentz, Jonathan Taylor and Michael Pittman Jr. look like such an exciting long-term trio for Indy. Darius Leonard is putting together his own DPOY case. Frank Reich learned from his mistakes from Baltimore as well. Closing out the show, Evan and George preview a must-win game for the Colts at Lucas Oil Stadium against the Tennessee Titans. Will Indy pull off the W? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
In the city of San Fransapporo, four of Monsoon's newest recruits from the worst generation are assigned to track down a necromancer and foil his evil plot. Like this adventure get it for yourself from Five Points Games: https://fivepointsgames.itch.io/san-fransopporo-sightseeing-a-third-party-mask-a-new-generation-playset Also check out the Kickstarter for The Worst Generation: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/fivepointsgames/the-worst-generation-a-masks-fan-supplement “Hero Down”, “Death of Kings”, “Happy Alley”, “Corruption”, “Oppressive Gloom”, “Magic Forest”, “This House”, “Hitman”, “Clash Defiant”, “Gathering Darkness”, “Dirt Rhodes”, “Constance”, “Satiate Strings”, “Lost Frontier”, “Deep Noise”, “Decay”, “Killers”, "The Cannery" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 4.0 License http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0
The woods hold Mysteries. Barry Webster of Rez Squatching Research Group joins us to share stories of Ci'tonga (aka Bigfoot). We discuss looking past the Hollywood tropes and misconceptions of this being, and the importance of learning the truth about Ci'tonga. Barry also shares his own encounters with Ci'tonga and suggestions of how a curious person might learn more. Digressions include meeting awesome listeners in a Monsoon, Kanani's wore a tiara (and needs you to know about it), and Magickal uses of hops. On Patreon: Courtney and Kanani talk haunted places. Show notes and audio transcript at thatwitchlife.com Support the podcast: patreon.com/thatwitchlife ko-fi.com/thatwitchlifepodcast etsy.com/shop/thatwitchlifepodcast Full list of sponsors at: https://thatwitchlife.com/sponsors/ Get 10% off at CucinaAurora.com for AMAZING, Magickally-infused olive oils and other food products, or Dawn Hunt's new cookbook, ‘A Kitchen Witch's Guide to Love and Romance.' Enter WITCHLIFE2021 at checkout. Be sure to check out 'King of the World' podcast, a limited series exploring the impact of 9/11 for the American Muslim community, through the journey its host who was a high school senior at that time. Available wherever you get your podcasts.
Today we're joined by Grammy nominated singer, songwriter, and producer Amber Mark. With songs like Lose My Cool, Monsoon, and Competition, Amber talks about her rise from exploding on SoundCloud overnight, to her upcoming announced album Three Dimensions Deep, and her hilarious new YouTube show, Twice Baked. Love the show? Follow us and leave a review! And for more behind-the-scenes, follow Liv on Instagram, @LivvPerez. Sponsored by InkeyList theinkeylist.com SI x NastyGal:Shop the collection exclusively on the Nasty Gal app and at nastygal.com Vitruvi vitruvi.com code FRIEND20 Produced by Dear Media
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Tune in to learn more about the magical monsoon phenomenon that has so many of us awed. We talk to Dr.Connie Woodhouse, a professor in the school of geography, development and environment at the University of Arizona, and to John Fleck, director of The University of New Mexico's Water Resources Program. We cover some of what we know about the monsoon, what we don't, how it can't save us from a warmer and drier future, and how in some ways, maybe it can. Join us! John Fleck's book (which he co-authored with Eric Kuhn) "Science be Dammed": https://www.indiebound.org/book/9780816540051?aff=jfleck
India's four-month festival season begins with Ganpati, new “fan-plastic” biodegradable food wrap, Emma Raducanu wows the world and Ig Nobel prizes make us laugh!
In the September Edition of the CLIMAS Southwest Climate Podcast, Mike Crimmins and Zack Guido sit down to revisit last month's discussion of a generational monsoon. They check in around the region to see how various locations are faring and discuss the interesting patterns they've seen in monsoon activity so far. They put the totals to date into climatological context and rankings, to see who is experiencing a generational monsoon, vs. areas that are "just" above average (or who are lagging behind). They wrap with a discussion of "Is the Monsoon Over" - and talk about the reasons why you may/may not think so, and what the transition season means for the last few weeks of the monsoon (and the final seasonal rankings).
Monsoons in the desert southwest rely on a seasonal wind shift to occur. They don't always materialize. When they come, though, the drastic change in weather and rainfall amounts can often lead to flash floods in a sun-parched desert. We talk with Megan Stackhouse from the National Weather Service in Grand Junction, CO. We talk about the difficulty in predicting rainfall and flooding in arid environments with so much topographic variation.
A very busy monsoon season has led to a lot of green popping up, and those pesky mosquitoes. We talked to KTAR Senior Reporter Jim Cross about how much rainfall we've seen so far, how much more we can expect, and what that means for next year's wildfire season. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Episode 2136 of the Vietnam Veteran News Podcast will feature a story shared by Ron Mosbaugh, titled The Monsoon War in Vietnam. In his story he describes the additional challenges of fighting the enemy during the Vietnam monsoon season. As … Continue reading → The post Episode 2136 – The Monsoon War in Vietnam by Ron Mosbaugh appeared first on .
8/22/21- Bologna sandwiches that spark friendship, Flatlanders, Monsoon season, the debut of Smally Biggs, sno cones, Nick Young, & Hard Knocks The Jeremy Mills Podcast Episode #298 Everything You Need: https://linktr.ee/jeremyjoemills Website: www.jeremymillspodcast.com; Twitter & Instagram @jeremyjoemills; Email: email@example.com. Theme Song: Coffee Date - M3_Beats
Why was Gaydos wearing his sunglasses during the storm? Plus, It's the latest thing to be added to your kid's dress code at school...Masks...Gaydos and Chad discuss. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In the August 2021 edition of the CLIMAS Southwest Climate Podcast, Mike Crimmins and Zack Guido sit down to discuss the "monsoon that comes to you" (i.e. it's just about everywhere, and it just keeps coming!). They discuss the (record) July for some areas, as well as the well above average conditions around much of the region. They also deconstruct the elements that are feeding into this persistent monsoon rainfall and take a deep dive into a few of the events that have contributed to impressive totals. They wrap up with a discussion of outlooks for the rest of the season, whether any stations might hit record monsoon totals (Tucson is definitely in the running), and what this has meant for the monsoon fantasy game (suffice to say, the guesses for July did not anticipate the record wet conditions). Resources Discussed: https://cals.arizona.edu/climate/misc/SWMonsoonMaps/current/swus_monsoon.html https://www.weather.gov/psr/StormReportfor2126July2021 https://monsoon.environment.arizona.edu/ https://rainlog.org/map https://monsoonfantasy.arizona.edu/home
I spent so much time jabbering about my conversion to a desert rat and monsoon believer that I left out some fun stuff. Native bees that buzz pollinate flowers are Bombus species., Centris spp., and Anthophora spp. And yes, you really can hang out by the flowers and see and hear this happening! Oh, and look at how the petals of a senna flower create a cup; sonicated exploding pollen ricochets off the petals…there is no way a bee is leaving without pollen attached to it. The featured senna is Senna wislizeni and the specific epithet is in honor of Friedrich Wislizen, a German born American physician, botanist, plant collector…yet another pesky immigrant! His name shows up in a few other species as well and what little I read about him it sounds like he was a wonderful and deserving fellow. So the senna can be called Wislizinus' senna…quite a mouthful…or simply, woody senna, because it is. Sennas are in the Fabaceae and there are eight native species found in Arizona. Woody senna is found in Cochise County and into Sonora from 4,000' to 5,000' on slopes and mesas. The cloudless sulphur butterfly is Phoebis sennae. Phoebe is the goddess of the moon and sennae refers to the host plants. Cloudless sulphurs are common and beautiful. Checkout the caterpillar in the photo below. The photos of the flowers and caterpillar are mine and taken of some plants that I planted years ago along our drive. Every July and August they bloom and remind me of my monsoon belief system.
— Vibration is everything. Literally. And your vibration (the energy and frequency you project into the world) determines your experiences, your results, and the opportunities you create and attract in your life. When you are connected to your authentic voice, you naturally feel good and attract more wonderful things into your life. When you are disconnected you feel bad, and it can quickly become a downward spiral. The great news is …There are so many ways you can connect yourself to a higher vibration. Through prayer, dance, movement, yoga, meditation, eating healthy food, exercise, gratitude exercises – there's lots you can do. However, one of the quickest and most overlooked ways is through sound – and more specifically – through chanting. Valeria Teles interviews Nikki Slade — the author of “The Healing Power of Chanting: An Inspirational Journey Of Freeing The Inner Voice.” Nikki Slade is a leading pioneer in the field of chanting, core voice and sound work in the UK. Nikki has inspired thousands of individuals to chant and has led chanting workshops in a wide variety of settings including corporations such as M&C Saatchi, Deutcshe Bank and Cisco. She has been resident Kirtan leader at triyoga London for 20 years and has also taken her cutting edge approach to working with the voice into Wandsworth men's prison. She was the resident voice and sound facilitator at the Priory hospital in North London for 20 years where she impacted the recovery of hundreds of addicts and for the past 5 years she has been facilitating chanting workshops at the half-way recovery house Start 2 Stop. Nikki has released 4 successful mantra and chanting recordings including: Nectarine, Monsoon, Soundscape and her latest double album Epiphany. She is also author of the popular book ‘The Healing Power of Chanting'. In recent years she has pioneered Kirtan in the mainstream areas of Glastonbury Festival and Latitude. She has travelled the world with her work to places including California, Singapore, NYC, Europe and Melbourne, Australia. She led a chant for over 2000 people at the 11.11.11 Mind, Body, Spirit show and at the 12.12.12 Oneness ceremony in London. Nikki is the founder of the first in the UK 200hr Learn To Lead Kirtan Foundation Training, accredited by The Yoga Alliance Professionals in 2016. To learn more about Nikki Slade and her work, please visit: https://www.nikkislade.com/ — This podcast is a quest for well-being, a quest for a meaningful life through the exploration of fundamental truths, enlightening ideas, insights on physical, mental, and spiritual health. The inspiration is Love. The aspiration is to awaken new ways of thinking that can lead us to a new way of being, being well.
Monsoon rains, cats, VR, the moth pandemic, ant killers on Etsy, and another get rich quick scheme with Ao and Antino. AO has some interesting facts to share and Antino gives his two cents about being vertically challenged. Enjoy! --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/twocrazyscoops/message
While Lok Sabha saw 22% productivity and lost 74 hours 46 minutes to disruptions, Rajya Sabha saw 28% productivity and lost 76 hours and 26 minutes to disruptions. ----more---- Read the full article here: https://theprint.in/politics/parliament-worked-49-hours-wasted-151-hours-monsoon-session-was-least-productive-in-modi-2-0/713499/
Good Morning, Colorado, you're listening to the Daily Sun-Up with the Colorado Sun. It's Tuesday August 3rd. Today - State lawmakers have finally passed laws to provide Colorado parents at least 10 hours a week of free preschool for every child. But to do all this, the state needs to start an entirely new department. So how does that work? But before we begin, let's go back in time with some Colorado history adapted from historian Derek R Everett's book “Colorado Day by Day”: Today, we're taking you back to August 3rd, 1964 when Drivers on the Denver-Boulder Turnpike learned sad news. Shep - a sixteen year old shepherd mix dog was dead. Shep had been a fixture at the toll booths on the road for as long as it had existed. From the beginning he served as the turnpike's mascot, even appearing at its dedication ceremony. Now, our feature story. Colorado parents have struggled for a long time to pay for day care for their young children. And even if they could afford it, it's been extremely hard for them to find a reliable provider. State lawmakers who had worked on solutions for years finally broke through in 2021 and passed laws fulfilling voter wishes for at least 10 hours a week of free preschool for every child. That kind of systemic change can boost both a child's chances at starting school on an equal footing, and parents' chances of going to work knowing their kids are in good hands. To do all this, you need to start an entire new department of the government. The Colorado Sun's Erica Breunlin is here to talk about how a state government starts something from scratch, and tries to make some sense out of a complicated system. To read our report on the new Department of Early Childhood, and the promise for universal preschool, go to ColoradoSun.com. And Before we go, here are a few stories that you should know about today: Residents of 15 mobile homes in a park along the Yampa River in Steamboat Springs have been forced to live without any electricity for more than six weeks since a fire broke out near one home's electric meter. Residents are bewildered by the complexity of getting the lights turned back on, which includes the owner of the Sleepy Bear park rebuilding the electric system for all 54 homes there. Once the power gets to the meter, the mobile home residents are responsible for making sure the wiring inside is safe, and that's left them suffering through a long, hot and dark summer. It may be a few weeks before a single lane of Interstate 70 in each direction opens in Glenwood Canyon, Governor Polis said Monday afternoon. Monsoons that dropped twice as much rain in five days as usually falls in all of July have sent mud and boulders pouring down on the highway, sometimes from thousands of feet above. The state is declaring a disaster and asking for federal help to fix damage to the highway and the Colorado River below. Mandates to get the coronavirus vaccine or stay home are piling up thick and fast across Colorado. State and local health officials are trying to avoid the spikes in COVID-19 cases plaguing other parts of the United States in a new surge. Denver made a forceful move Monday by requiring the vaccine not just for city workers, but for all high-contact public and private employees inside the city boundary, including school employees, hospital employees and nursing home workers. Soon after the city mandate was issued, Kaiser Permanente in Colorado said it is requiring employees to be vaccinated against COVID-19 if they want to keep their jobs. For more information on all of these stories, visit our website, www.coloradosun.com. And don't forget to tune in again tomorrow. The Colorado Sun is non-partisan and completely independent. We're always dedicated to telling the in-depth stories we need today more than ever. And The Sun is supported by readers and listeners like you. Right now, you can head to ColoradoSun.com and become a member. Starting at $5 per month for a basic membership and if you bump it up to $20 per month, you'll get access to our exclusive politics and outdoors newsletters. Thanks for starting your morning with us and don't forget to tune in again tomorrow. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
With an active monsoon season, excessive moisture can bring issues. Weeds sprouting, lawn management from fungus to pests and insects like termites, mosquitos begin to appear. We have some tips to consider. Plus we break down some numbers on the potential of harvesting rainwater. A responsible option to collect and save water.
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Mitch Kohl is back to give us some updates on how his orgone device gifting quests have impacted Arizona this summer. Video playback of this livestreamFree hour - https://youtu.be/IO8G21ADjDQExtended Version (2 hours) on Rokfin - https://rokfin.com/stream/73942nd hour on Patreon - https://www.patreon.com/posts/53861487/SHOW NOTES & LINKS Previous Episode with Mitch - https://www.innerversepodcast.com/season-7/mitch-the-orgone-donor-chem-busting Mitch's Website - https://www.theorgonedonor.com Original Episode Post - https://www.innerversepodcast.com/season-7/mitch-orgone-donor-2Music In this episode: Inner Self by MindfulXpansion - https://soundcloud.com/mindfulxpansion/inner-self SUPPORT INNERVERSEJoin Rokfin to get InnerVerse Plus+ and Exclusive Content - https://www.rokfin.com/innerverseSubscribe to InnerVerse on Patreon for Extended Episodes - https://www.patreon.com/innerverseJoin the InnerVerse Tribe on our Telegram Chat - https://t.me/innerversepodcastchatInnerVerse T-Shirts, Posters & Art Store - https://www.designbyhumans.com/shop/TripFlipArt/t-shirts/Support InnerVerse by Shopping at Secret Energy - https://store.secretenergy.com/?ref=chancegartonLeave a 5 Star Review for InnerVerse on iTunes - https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/innerverse-podcast/id1066918535?mt=2Make A Donation Through Paypal - https://paypal.me/chancegarton?locale.x=en_US See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
The urgent new warnings from health officials as the number of new daily COVID cases more than triples to over 43,000 in the U.S. This, as some senior health officials discuss the possibility of a third booster shot for individuals with a compromised immune system. The first medals awarded at the Summer Olympics in Tokyo. Monsoon rains put millions of people at risk, as wildfires burn across 11 states. Two boats collide on a lake in Georgia. The NFL Players' Association weighs in on the league's new COVID protocols. And the surprise gift for a "Piano Man," changing his life forever.
In our news wrap Friday, a federal appeals court has ruled against a moratorium on most residential evictions during the pandemic. Shooting and protests erupted outside the funeral of Haiti's slain President Jovenel Moïse. Monsoon rains in western India triggered landslides, killing more than 100 people. The search for bodies officially ended at a collapsed condominium tower in Surfside, Florida. PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.pbs.org/newshour/about/funders
Our Seattle episode is here and has us craving the PNW!! We interviewed @emmasedition today and she did not disappoint with all the best places to stay, dine, drink and play in Seattle! Where to stay: Hotel Theodore, The Fairmont Olympic Airbnbs: Capitol Hill, Freemont, Ballard, South Lake Union, Airbnb house boats, Tree Houses in Fall City (40 minutes out of the city) Where to eat: Portage Bay Cafe, Ba Bar, 45th Stop N Shop (get a poke bowl and walk down to Gas Works Park, 10 min walk) Where to drink: The Loupe Lounge in the Space Needle (reservations available on Tock and available two weeks in advance, availability is released every Monday) Olympic. Bar in Fairmont Hotel, Chateau Ste. Michelle, Chateau Lill What to do: Visit Fremont Troll, Seattle Scenic Seaplane Tour with Kenmore Air, day trip to Bainbridge Island on a ferry, water taxi from downtown to West Seattle, walk through Pike Place Market, gum wall, Amazon Books (4 star+ books sold on Amazon), Amazon 4-star, hiking in the North Cascades National Park, Mount Hyak, Museum of Pop Culture, Beneath The Streets Underground History Tour (if you're into history) Plant shops to visit: Glasswing Greenhouse on Capitol Hill (temporarily closed), Plant Shop Seattle, The Indoor Sun Shop RAPID FIRE Most instagram-able spot: Frankie & Joe's (vegan ice cream), Di Fiora (Asian fusion restaurant) & search Emma's blog for more posts on where to take pictures by neighborhood Favorite pizza spot: Willmott's Ghost Favorite Seattle event: Seattle Sounders Soccer game, Mariners, Seahawks (tickets are hard to get) Best season to visit: Favorite coffee shop: The Starbucks Reserve in Capitol Hill, Mr. West Cafe Bar, search Emma's Edition for blog post on best coffee shops Favorite wine & cheese spot: Wineries in Woodinville, Locus Wines Favorite season to visit: Summer, fall Favorite rooftop bar: The Nest Rooftop Bar (Thompson Hotel) Favorite place for dessert: Ellenos Greek Yogurt, Molly Moon's Favorite local business: Silver + Salt, most places in Pike's Place, farmer's markets in several neighborhoods (check schedule for days) Best chicken teriyaki: Anywhere! Favorite Vietnamese restaurant: Banh Town, Monsoon, Vinason Pho & Grill Tips from the locals for the tourists: 1. 2.
Sun-baking Australians, exotic snakes, and diving deep into picnic culture. After that, we have drag queen and cabaret artist Jinkx Monsoon on the pod to talk about their podcast "Hi, Jinkx!", their motorcycle disdain, and being a kind person while hating everyone. For DBWP, Bari's highlighting Red Nation, a grassroots organization that focuses on justice for indigenous peoples across North America, including Canada, where over 1,000 bodies of children have been found in unmarked graves under schools. This week, Bari watched iconic films like Paris is Burning and Erin Brockovich and Matt started Ted Lasso. Follow Bari @finkelbaripie, Matt @mattbellassai, and the show @UnhappyHourPod (on Twitter only) Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Buckle up and hang on for the gravity-defying spectacle that is Breakfast All Day. Alonso, Matt and Christy review the latest in “The Fast Saga,” “F9,” which we're mixed on but agree is a great reason to go back to the movies. We also review the middling Liam Neeson actioner “The Ice Road” and the touching queer, Mexican romance “I Carry You With Me.” In news, we talk about Britney Spears' horrific revelations about her conservatorship, the Mumford & Sons banjo player leaving the band over his tweet backlash, Conan O'Brien's last talk show episode, James Cameron acknowledging he wasn't always the nicest guy on set, Raiders defensive end Carl Nassib coming out and honorary Oscars going to Samuel L. Jackson, Elaine May, Liv Ullmann and Danny Glover. And over at our Patreon, we recap this week's episode of “Loki” and review the 2020 romance “Monsoon” as June's Off the Menu selection. We're all about #family around here, so we're glad you're part of ours. Thanks for joining us.