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Adoption: The Making of Me
S3 Ep. 5: Daryn

Adoption: The Making of Me

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2022 58:38


In this episode, Sarah and Louise continue Season Three with a discussion of the first adoptee memoir in a three-part series - starting with "The Mistress's Daughter" by A.M. Homes. They then speak with Daryn Watson.Daryn Watson is a Canadian born Domestic Adult Adoptee who began his adoption reunion journey in 1995 after locating his maternal family in Canada. Daryn uses his 25+ years of experiences in reunion to guide other adoptees through their adoption reunion journeys. Daryn is a contributing author to two books on adoption:“The Adoptee Survival Guide” edited by Lynn Grubb  “Flip the Script: Adult Adoptee Anthology with Diane Rene Christianson.Daryn also has a blog on Facebook and IG “@TheAdopteeMind”Daryn is a Certified Life Coach for Adoptees, Birth/First Parents and others who have been affected by adoption. You can find Daryn on his website “AdoptionReunionCoaching.com” or email him directly at daryn@adoptionreunioncoaching.comLinks:Website:Home - Adoption Reunion Coaching | Home - Adoption Reunion CoachingEmail: daryn@adoptionreunioncoaching.comFB: https://www.facebook.com/search/top?q=adoption%20reunion%20coaching https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100069741619695IG: https://www.instagram.com/theadopteemind/If you'd like to read along with Sarah and Louise, go here: The Mistress's Daughter by A.M. HomesIf you want to support our show, you can go to our Patreon Page.Thank you to our current Patreon donors for their support.  They are: Laura Christensen, Barbara Frank, Ramona Evans, Linda Pevac, Blonde Records, Denise Cruz-Castino, Daphne Keys, Denise Hewitt, Michelle Styles, Emily Sinagra, Linda David, John Frey, Eric David, Beth Figuls, Ron Schneider, Tony Corsentino, Kristi Reed,  Kristen Steinhilber, Jane Bofenkamp, Kelley Brickfield, Sandra de Quesada, The Harpy, Kristan Higgin, Lisa Thompson, and Michelle Goodwine.If you'd like to support the show, you can do it here: https://www.patreon.com/themakingofmepodcastSupport the showTo support the show - Patreon.

Today's Top Tune
Adrian Quesada: ‘The Rise Of The Have Nots'

Today's Top Tune

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2022 4:55


Grammy-winning guitarist and Black Pumas co-founder Adrian Quesada stopped by MBE recently to share some of his favorite tracks, including his guilty pleasures. We pay it forward by sharing the monumental instrumental “The Rise Of The Have Nots,” from his solo album “Jaguar Sound,” of which Quesada says: "I imagined an animated sci-fi film with a revolt against oppression of all kinds, and the song plays out like a musical story, climaxing with a long but victorious battle."

Adoption: The Making of Me
S3 Ep. 4: Laurie

Adoption: The Making of Me

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2022 49:12


In this episode, Sarah and Louise continue Season Three with a discussion of the first adoptee memoir in a three-part series - starting with "The Mistress's Daughter" by A.M. Homes. They then speak with Laurie James.Laurie James is an adoptee, mother, caregiver, turned author and transformativecoach. Laurie's book, Sandwiched: A Memoir of Holding On and Letting Go is abouther eight year journey when she was sent down an unwanted path after her motherhad a heart attack and her husband's lawyer delivered some shocking news.Sandwiched between caring for her parents, managing caregivers, raising fourdaughters, and a crumbling marriage, she starts therapy and turns to alternativehealing programs to address her adoption, childhood trauma and loneliness she feltfor much of her life. Laurie now enjoys coaching others who are searching for theirown happiness and belonging. For more information on Laurie and her book, pleasevisit www.laurieejames.com or order and review her book on Amazon.If you'd like to read along with Sarah and Louise, go here: The Mistress's Daughter by A.M. HomesIf you want to support our show, you can go to our Patreon Page.Thank you to our current Patreon donors for their support.  They are: Laura Christensen, Barbara Frank, Ramona Evans, Linda Pevac, Blonde Records, Denise Cruz-Castino, Daphne Keys, Denise Hewitt, Michelle Styles, Emily Sinagra, Linda David, John Frey, Eric David, Beth Figuls, Ron Schneider, Tony Corsentino, Kristi Reed, Kristen Steinhilber, Jane Bofenkamp, Kelley Brickfield, Sandra de Quesada, The Harpy, Kristan Higgin, Lisa Thompson and Michelle Goodwine.Support the showTo support the show - Patreon.

My Neighbors Are Dead
Mortal Kombat with James Quesada

My Neighbors Are Dead

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2022 23:44


Adam heads to Outworld to talk to warrior Key Largo (our pal James Quesada) about the ways of combat, destruction, and more in this Mortal Kombat themed episode. For more with James check out an extended interview while supporting the show over on our Patreon. https://www.patreon.com/myneighborsaredead ________________ SHOW INFORMATION Twitter: @MyDeadNeighbors Instagram: @MyNeighborsAreDead Email: MyNeighborsAreDead@gmail.com Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/myneighborsaredead Merchandise: TeePublic Subscribe: Apple Podcasts Subscribe: Spotify

New Books in African Studies
Sarah Quesada, "The African Heritage of Latinx and Caribbean Literature" (Cambridge UP, 2022)

New Books in African Studies

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2022 54:39


The African Heritage of Latinx and Caribbean Literature (Cambridge University Press, 2022) unearths a buried African archive within widely-read Latinx writers of the last fifty years. It challenges dominant narratives in World Literature and transatlantic studies that ignore Africa's impact in broader Latin American culture. Sarah Quesada argues that these canonical works evoke textual memorials of African memory. She shows how the African Atlantic haunts modern Latinx and Caribbean writing, and examines the disavowal or distortion of the African subject in the constructions of national, racial, sexual, and spiritual Latinx identity. Quesada shows how themes such as the 19th century 'scramble for Africa,' the decolonizing wars, Black internationalism, and the neoliberal turn are embedded in key narratives. Drawing from multilingual archives about West and Central Africa, she examines how the legacies of colonial French, Iberian, British and U.S. Imperialisms have impacted on the relationships between African and Latinx identities. This is the first book-length project to address the African colonial and imperial inheritance of Latinx literature. -From the Cambridge University Press website. Anna E. Lindner is a doctoral candidate in the Communication Department at Wayne State University in Detroit, Michigan. On Twitter. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/african-studies

New Books in African American Studies
Sarah Quesada, "The African Heritage of Latinx and Caribbean Literature" (Cambridge UP, 2022)

New Books in African American Studies

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2022 54:39


The African Heritage of Latinx and Caribbean Literature (Cambridge University Press, 2022) unearths a buried African archive within widely-read Latinx writers of the last fifty years. It challenges dominant narratives in World Literature and transatlantic studies that ignore Africa's impact in broader Latin American culture. Sarah Quesada argues that these canonical works evoke textual memorials of African memory. She shows how the African Atlantic haunts modern Latinx and Caribbean writing, and examines the disavowal or distortion of the African subject in the constructions of national, racial, sexual, and spiritual Latinx identity. Quesada shows how themes such as the 19th century 'scramble for Africa,' the decolonizing wars, Black internationalism, and the neoliberal turn are embedded in key narratives. Drawing from multilingual archives about West and Central Africa, she examines how the legacies of colonial French, Iberian, British and U.S. Imperialisms have impacted on the relationships between African and Latinx identities. This is the first book-length project to address the African colonial and imperial inheritance of Latinx literature. -From the Cambridge University Press website. Anna E. Lindner is a doctoral candidate in the Communication Department at Wayne State University in Detroit, Michigan. On Twitter. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/african-american-studies

New Books in Literary Studies
Sarah Quesada, "The African Heritage of Latinx and Caribbean Literature" (Cambridge UP, 2022)

New Books in Literary Studies

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2022 54:39


The African Heritage of Latinx and Caribbean Literature (Cambridge University Press, 2022) unearths a buried African archive within widely-read Latinx writers of the last fifty years. It challenges dominant narratives in World Literature and transatlantic studies that ignore Africa's impact in broader Latin American culture. Sarah Quesada argues that these canonical works evoke textual memorials of African memory. She shows how the African Atlantic haunts modern Latinx and Caribbean writing, and examines the disavowal or distortion of the African subject in the constructions of national, racial, sexual, and spiritual Latinx identity. Quesada shows how themes such as the 19th century 'scramble for Africa,' the decolonizing wars, Black internationalism, and the neoliberal turn are embedded in key narratives. Drawing from multilingual archives about West and Central Africa, she examines how the legacies of colonial French, Iberian, British and U.S. Imperialisms have impacted on the relationships between African and Latinx identities. This is the first book-length project to address the African colonial and imperial inheritance of Latinx literature. -From the Cambridge University Press website. Anna E. Lindner is a doctoral candidate in the Communication Department at Wayne State University in Detroit, Michigan. On Twitter. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/literary-studies

Comic Geek Speak Podcast - The Best Comic Book Podcast
1871 - We Forgot to Record an Intro, But Kevin's Here!

Comic Geek Speak Podcast - The Best Comic Book Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2022 122:30


We join the the Geeks already in progress, as there's plenty to discuss with a group consisting of Peter, Brian, Pants, Shane and now Kevin! Topics include selling Kevin's collection; the trade paperback market; Heritage Auctions; Werewolf by Night; the need for more Marvel animation; the first episodes of Gunsmoke, Alfred Hitchcock Presents and Moonlighting; Sword of Azrael by O'Neil, Quesada and Nowlan; the Paper Girls TV show; a recap of NYCC 2022, and more! (2:02:30)

New Books Network
Sarah Quesada, "The African Heritage of Latinx and Caribbean Literature" (Cambridge UP, 2022)

New Books Network

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2022 54:39


The African Heritage of Latinx and Caribbean Literature (Cambridge University Press, 2022) unearths a buried African archive within widely-read Latinx writers of the last fifty years. It challenges dominant narratives in World Literature and transatlantic studies that ignore Africa's impact in broader Latin American culture. Sarah Quesada argues that these canonical works evoke textual memorials of African memory. She shows how the African Atlantic haunts modern Latinx and Caribbean writing, and examines the disavowal or distortion of the African subject in the constructions of national, racial, sexual, and spiritual Latinx identity. Quesada shows how themes such as the 19th century 'scramble for Africa,' the decolonizing wars, Black internationalism, and the neoliberal turn are embedded in key narratives. Drawing from multilingual archives about West and Central Africa, she examines how the legacies of colonial French, Iberian, British and U.S. Imperialisms have impacted on the relationships between African and Latinx identities. This is the first book-length project to address the African colonial and imperial inheritance of Latinx literature. -From the Cambridge University Press website. Anna E. Lindner is a doctoral candidate in the Communication Department at Wayne State University in Detroit, Michigan. On Twitter. 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 Caribbean Studies
Sarah Quesada, "The African Heritage of Latinx and Caribbean Literature" (Cambridge UP, 2022)

New Books in Caribbean Studies

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2022 54:39


The African Heritage of Latinx and Caribbean Literature (Cambridge University Press, 2022) unearths a buried African archive within widely-read Latinx writers of the last fifty years. It challenges dominant narratives in World Literature and transatlantic studies that ignore Africa's impact in broader Latin American culture. Sarah Quesada argues that these canonical works evoke textual memorials of African memory. She shows how the African Atlantic haunts modern Latinx and Caribbean writing, and examines the disavowal or distortion of the African subject in the constructions of national, racial, sexual, and spiritual Latinx identity. Quesada shows how themes such as the 19th century 'scramble for Africa,' the decolonizing wars, Black internationalism, and the neoliberal turn are embedded in key narratives. Drawing from multilingual archives about West and Central Africa, she examines how the legacies of colonial French, Iberian, British and U.S. Imperialisms have impacted on the relationships between African and Latinx identities. This is the first book-length project to address the African colonial and imperial inheritance of Latinx literature. -From the Cambridge University Press website. Anna E. Lindner is a doctoral candidate in the Communication Department at Wayne State University in Detroit, Michigan. On Twitter. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/caribbean-studies

New Books in Latin American Studies
Sarah Quesada, "The African Heritage of Latinx and Caribbean Literature" (Cambridge UP, 2022)

New Books in Latin American Studies

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2022 54:39


The African Heritage of Latinx and Caribbean Literature (Cambridge University Press, 2022) unearths a buried African archive within widely-read Latinx writers of the last fifty years. It challenges dominant narratives in World Literature and transatlantic studies that ignore Africa's impact in broader Latin American culture. Sarah Quesada argues that these canonical works evoke textual memorials of African memory. She shows how the African Atlantic haunts modern Latinx and Caribbean writing, and examines the disavowal or distortion of the African subject in the constructions of national, racial, sexual, and spiritual Latinx identity. Quesada shows how themes such as the 19th century 'scramble for Africa,' the decolonizing wars, Black internationalism, and the neoliberal turn are embedded in key narratives. Drawing from multilingual archives about West and Central Africa, she examines how the legacies of colonial French, Iberian, British and U.S. Imperialisms have impacted on the relationships between African and Latinx identities. This is the first book-length project to address the African colonial and imperial inheritance of Latinx literature. -From the Cambridge University Press website. Anna E. Lindner is a doctoral candidate in the Communication Department at Wayne State University in Detroit, Michigan. On Twitter. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/latin-american-studies

Adoption: The Making of Me
S3 Ep. 3: Danielle

Adoption: The Making of Me

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2022 61:50


In this episode, Sarah and Louise continue Season Three with a discussion of the first adoptee memoir in a three-part series - starting with "The Mistress's Daughter" by A.M. Homes. They then speak with Danielle Gaudette.Danielle's vision is a healthier, happier, and more peaceful world starting from within. Bringing over two decades as a senior instructor, healer, and trainer, she's currently Regional Director of WA state's Body & Brain Yoga Center. Born in Manhattan, NY, she was adopted at 10 days old, growing up with her adopted parents, later reconnecting at 21 years old with her biological mother actress Kate Mulgrew from the hit series TV sitcom Orange is the New Black and Star Trek Voyager. As a highly sensitive person from a young age along with a deep concern for the state of our planet--these two qualities propelled her on a long journey in search for inner peace. Danielle's passion is helping people awaken their bodies and minds to meet their true nature, specializing in emotional management, brain management, aligning the mind, body, heart, and soul. If you'd like to read along with Sarah and Louise, go here: The Mistress's Daughter by A.M. HomesIf you want to support our show, you can go to our Patreon Page.Thank you to our current Patreon donors for their support.  They are: Laura Christensen, Barbara Frank, Ramona Evans, Linda Pevac, Blonde Records, Denise Cruz-Castino, Daphne Keys, Denise Hewitt, Michelle Styles, Emily Sinagra, Linda David, John Frey, Eric David, Beth Figuls, Ron Schneider, Tony Corsentino, Kristi Reed, Kristen Steinhilber, Jane Bofenkamp, Kelley Brickfield, Sandra de Quesada, The Harpy, Kristan Higgins and Lisa Thompson.Support the showSupport the show

New Books in American Studies
Sarah Quesada, "The African Heritage of Latinx and Caribbean Literature" (Cambridge UP, 2022)

New Books in American Studies

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2022 54:39


The African Heritage of Latinx and Caribbean Literature (Cambridge University Press, 2022) unearths a buried African archive within widely-read Latinx writers of the last fifty years. It challenges dominant narratives in World Literature and transatlantic studies that ignore Africa's impact in broader Latin American culture. Sarah Quesada argues that these canonical works evoke textual memorials of African memory. She shows how the African Atlantic haunts modern Latinx and Caribbean writing, and examines the disavowal or distortion of the African subject in the constructions of national, racial, sexual, and spiritual Latinx identity. Quesada shows how themes such as the 19th century 'scramble for Africa,' the decolonizing wars, Black internationalism, and the neoliberal turn are embedded in key narratives. Drawing from multilingual archives about West and Central Africa, she examines how the legacies of colonial French, Iberian, British and U.S. Imperialisms have impacted on the relationships between African and Latinx identities. This is the first book-length project to address the African colonial and imperial inheritance of Latinx literature. -From the Cambridge University Press website. Anna E. Lindner is a doctoral candidate in the Communication Department at Wayne State University in Detroit, Michigan. On Twitter. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/american-studies

New Books in Latino Studies
Sarah Quesada, "The African Heritage of Latinx and Caribbean Literature" (Cambridge UP, 2022)

New Books in Latino Studies

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2022 54:39


The African Heritage of Latinx and Caribbean Literature (Cambridge University Press, 2022) unearths a buried African archive within widely-read Latinx writers of the last fifty years. It challenges dominant narratives in World Literature and transatlantic studies that ignore Africa's impact in broader Latin American culture. Sarah Quesada argues that these canonical works evoke textual memorials of African memory. She shows how the African Atlantic haunts modern Latinx and Caribbean writing, and examines the disavowal or distortion of the African subject in the constructions of national, racial, sexual, and spiritual Latinx identity. Quesada shows how themes such as the 19th century 'scramble for Africa,' the decolonizing wars, Black internationalism, and the neoliberal turn are embedded in key narratives. Drawing from multilingual archives about West and Central Africa, she examines how the legacies of colonial French, Iberian, British and U.S. Imperialisms have impacted on the relationships between African and Latinx identities. This is the first book-length project to address the African colonial and imperial inheritance of Latinx literature. -From the Cambridge University Press website. Anna E. Lindner is a doctoral candidate in the Communication Department at Wayne State University in Detroit, Michigan. On Twitter. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/latino-studies

Cornerstone Boulder Weekly Podcast
Draw Close, Remove the Veil | Pastor Kari Quesada

Cornerstone Boulder Weekly Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2022 51:02


Kari continues our series on 2 Corinthians reminding us of the truth that because of Jesus we are called to enter into the presence of our Creator fully free, and unveiled, so that we may more clearly and brightly see and reflect the glory of the Lord.

Hablemos Escritoras
Episodio 385: Aprendiendo de críticas - Sarah Quesada

Hablemos Escritoras

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2022 38:58


Revisemos los vínculos, diálogos e influencias que el gran continente de África tiene en muchos escritores litanoamericanos y latinx. Hoy, en una fascinante conversación con la investigadora Sarah Quesada aprendemos de algunos nombres que son obligados leer para saber más del tema como María Luisa Puga, así como de la falta de recursos lingüísticos para poder hacer cruces entre obras y autores, y de reconocer muchas otras voces en la literatura que rescatan lejos de hegemonías una imagen de países, historias y conflictos de ese continente. Su trabajo de investigación de años da fruto en su libro The African Heritage of Latinx and Caribbean Literature (Cambridge University Press, 2022). Nos deja de tarea regresar a leer a la misma Puga y escritoras como: Bertita Martínez y la poeta newyorikan Sandra María Esteves.

Adoption: The Making of Me
S3 Ep. 2: Koko

Adoption: The Making of Me

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2022 56:21


In this episode, Sarah and Louise continue Season Three with a discussion of the first adoptee memoir in a three-part series. First up is "The Mistress's Daughter" by A.M. Homes. They then speak with Nikole Shaw.Nikole Shaw also known as " Koko" in the online community was born in Hawaiian Gardens, California, growing up in the suburbs of Orange County.  Adopted as an infant, she is a black domestic adoptee who spent a large part of her life in a small town called Brea. Koko received her Bachelors of Science from San Jose State University and is currently working for the Department of Public Health San Francisco as a mental health professional.  Koko is mostly known in the adoptee community as " @theblackadoptea" and spends her time advocating for and creating content for the adoptee community.  She has a passion for spoken word and is also a writer who is in the process of completing her first children's book about adoption. Koko continues to share her adoption journey with the world and is reunion with her biological family from Belize.   The Mistress's Daughter by A.M. HomesIf you want to support our show, you can go to our Patreon Page.Thank you to our current Patreon donors for their support.  They are: Laura Christensen, Barbara Frank, Ramona Evans, Linda Pevac, Blonde Records, Denise Cruz-Castino, Daphne Keys, Denise Hewitt, Michelle Styles, Emily Sinagra, Linda David, John Frey, Eric David, Beth Figuls, Ron Schneider, Tony Corsentino, Kristi Reed, Kristen Steinhilber, Jane Bofenkamp, Kelley Brickfield, Sandra de Quesada, The Harpy, Kristan Higgins and Lisa Thompson.Support the show

Entre les potos
Episode 85 : Le Stade Français, un club pas comme les autres ?

Entre les potos

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 17, 2022 34:05


Le Stade Français a effacé un retard de 22 points à la mi-temps pour s'imposer ce samedi à Pau et montrer qu'il est un club si atypique. Paris et son coach Gonzalo Quesada que l'on annonçait pourtant le moral dans les chaussettes après l'annonce de son éviction au profit d'un nouveau duo d'entraineur à la fin de la saison. Les voici troisième au classement. Une position rarement atteinte par les parisiens ces dernières saisons. Quesada peut-il vraiment tenir jusqu'à la fin de la saison et mener Paris vers les phases finales ? L'équipe d'Entre les Potos se pencheront sur ces questions .

Andalucía Informativos
Informativo Jaén - 13/10/22

Andalucía Informativos

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2022 14:56


Las ventas de aceite de oliva del mes de septiembre han sido las mejores desde que se tienen registros. El año completo también ha sido el mejor. Toca ahora lidiar con una cosecha que en la provincia de Jaén viene con un descenso del 60 por ciento. Les hablamos de la condena a seis años de prisión a un hombre por violar a una mujer con la que había quedado a través de una red social. Les contamos más sobre el cáncer de mama metastásico que hoy conmemora su día con la lectura de un manifiesto en el ayuntamiento. Ese edificio, además de la diputación provincial y el estadio Olivo Arena seilumirán con los colores de la enfermedad, rosa verde turquesa y amarillo. En cultura, nueva exposición sobre Miguel Hernández en el museo que lleva su nombre, en Quesada. Escuchar audio

Pound This
790: Women's Heart Health And Hispanic Heritage Month With Dr. Quesada

Pound This

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 10, 2022 25:14


Did you know that heart disease is the number one killer of women?  Dr. Odayme Quesada from The Christ Hospital was recruited to create and lead the Women's Heart Center in 2020. Through a number of programs including prevention, postpartum prevention, women's heart clinic, cardio-oncology and advanced procedures such as coronary reactivity testing and advanced imaging The Christ Hospital Women's Heart Center provides comprehensive approach to the care of women's cardiovascular health. In this epsiode we discuss the differences in heart disease between men and women, including how symptoms present differently, the best thing you can do for prevention and how heart disease impacts hispanic and latino populations differently. Find more information, including the research discussed in this conversation, here: https://www.thechristhospital.com/services/heart/specialized-care-and-treatment/womens-heart-disease   If you're in need of a health coach, and you'd like to check out Team Fit With Me - Get 10% off month 1 of all packages, plans, and add on services using this link: www.teamfitwithme.com/poundthis   In Cincinnati looking for healthy meals and meal prep?? Give Clean Eatz a try in Newport and West Chester: https://www.cleaneatz.com/   Find me on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/youcanpoundthis/ Website: http://amandavalentinebites.com/

Play Me A Recipe
Arturo Quesada makes Swordfish and Pork Cheek Tacos

Play Me A Recipe

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2022 13:58


On Play Me a Recipe, your favorite cooks will walk you through their most treasured recipes, offering all the insider tips, stories, and tricks you won't get from a written recipe—and you'll be right alongside them, every step of the way. Recipe: Swordfish tacosServes 4 1lb swordfishCorn tortillas1 cup flour½ cup rice flour¼ cup potato starch1 tsp salt1 cup beer6 oz vodkaRice bran oil for fryingFor garnish - Red Cabbage Slaw, Pico De Gallo, and Mexican Crema (a dollop of sour cream with a squeeze of lime)Heat your rice bran oil to 350 degrees Fahrenheit for fryingMix together your flours, starch, salt, beer, and vodkaCut your swordfish into rectangle pieces to fit inside the tortillaDip your swordfish into the batter and place it in the fryerFry battered fish for about 4-5 minutes or until golden brownBuild your tacos by placing a piece of fish on one tortilla and topping it with red cabbage slaw, pico de gallo, and Mexican cremaRed Cabbage Slaw ¼ cup red cabbage, sliced¼ cup red onion, sliced1 oz Apple Cider Vinegar2 oz lime juice1 oz EVOO1 tsp saltMix together and let marinate for 1 hour or up to 1 day. Pico de Gallo 1 pint Roma tomatoes, diced¼ cup jalapenos, diced½ cup red onion, diced1 lime, juiced¼ cup cilantro, chopped2 tablespoons salt Mix all ingredients together in a bowl.Mexican Crema1/2 cup sour creamzest and juice of 1/2 limeMix together thoroughly. Recipe: Pork cheek tacosServes 4 2 lb pork cheek or pork shoulderCorn tortillas1 onion, sliced2 garlic cloves2 chiles moritas½ tsp fennel½ tsp bay leaf powder¼ tsp coriander1 tablespoon salt1 pint chicken stockextra-virgin olive oilGarnish with avocado tomatillo salsa, pico de gallo, and pickled red onionsAdd 2 tablespoons of olive oil into a large pan and begin to saute onionsWhile the onions are turning golden brown, season pork with salt, fennel seed, bay leaf powder, and corianderIn a blender, blend chiles, chicken stock, and garlic cloves togetherCheck on your onions, once they are golden brown, take them off the pan and set asideBegin searing your pork on the same pan in which you cooked your onions. Sear for a few minutes on each sideAfter searing, add onions and sauce (from blender) and bring to a boilTurn the heat down to low, cover the pan and let simmer for 2-3 hoursOnce the pork is done slow-cooking and is tender, begin building your tacoTop your corn tortillas with the tender, slow-cooked pork and caramelized onions, avocado tomatillo salsa, pico de gallo, and pickled red onions.Avocado Tomatillo Salsa½ avocado2 tomatillos2 green onions1 serrano2 ounces extra-virgin olive oil1 tablespoon saltCombine all into a blender, until mixed into a thick salsa.Is there a recipe you'd like to hear us make? Tell us all about it at podcasts@food52.com!Lobby Time Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/

Song of the Day – KUTX
Adrian Quesada's Boleros Psicodélicos: “Ídolo” (feat. Angélica Garcia) (Live in Studio 1A)

Song of the Day – KUTX

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2022 4:09


Grupo Fantasma. Brownout. Black Pumas. Glorietta. Ocote Soul Sounds. No matter what outfit you know him from the best, it’s adequately clear that Adrian Quesada has a near-unquenchable artistic appetite. And on the verge of his upcoming instrumental LP Jaguar Sound – the visionary’s second full-length for 2022 – Quesada and his Boleros Psicodélicos crew […]

Super Moscato Show
La situation de Quesada est-elle intenable ? Vincent règle le problème – 04/10

Super Moscato Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2022 17:21


15 ans pour le « Super Moscato Show » et toujours pas une ride ! On ne change pas une équipe qui gagne : Vincent Moscato sera de nouveau épaulé par sa Dream Team composée de Pierre Dorian, Adrien Aigoin, Éric Di Meco, Maryse Ewanjé-Epée, Denis Charvet et Stephen Brun. Deux nouvelles arrivées feront leur entrée dans l'équipe. Marion Bartoli, la championne de Wimbledon 2013 et dernière française à avoir remporté un Grand Chelem, rejoindra la Dream team pour commenter, analyser et débattre sur l'actualité et les événements sportifs qui rythmeront cette année. Le pilote français Esteban Ocon interviendra également cette saison autour de chaque Grand Prix de Formule 1 !

Adoption: The Making of Me

In this episode, Sarah and Louise start off their Season Three with a discussion of their first adoptee memoir in a three-part series. They discuss "The Mistress's Daughter" by A.M. Homes. Then they speak with Bob Guyer.Bob was born in 1953 and stayed for four days with his biological mother, and was adopted after a few months in foster care. He learned he was adopted at eight years old but didn't think much of it until he went through a breakup and re-experienced his separation from his biological mother. Shortly before his 52nd birthday, he began a process of imaginative dialog with his feelings and that led to the healing of his Primal Wound. He has since found his biological relatives and remains in reunion. If you want to support our show, you can go to our Patreon Page.Thank you to our current Patreon donors for their support.  They are: Laura Christensen, Barbara Frank, Ramona Evans, Linda Pevac, Blonde Records, Denise Cruz-Castino, Daphne Keys, Denise Hewitt, Michelle Styles, Emily Sinagra, Linda David, John Frey, Eric David, Beth Figuls, Ron Schneider, Tony Corsentino, Kristi Reed, Kristen Steinhilber, Jane Bofenkamp, Kelley Brickfield, Sandra de Quesada, The Harpy, Kristan Higgins and Lisa Thompson.Support the show

Blog Deportivo
"Eder Jofre es el mejor peso gallo de todos los tiempos": periodista Estewil Quesada

Blog Deportivo

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 3, 2022 5:54


A sus 86 años murió el exboxeador Eder Jofre en Sao Paulo, Brasil.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

C'Cauet
La villa des animateurs du 29 Septembre : Christian Quesada réincarcéré

C'Cauet

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2022 4:35


La Encerrona
Perú restringe el ingreso de los iPhone 14 #LaEncerrona

La Encerrona

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2022 24:08


¿Por qué Urresti se alteró tanto con Josefina Townsend? La respuesta se llama José Luna hijo: su potencial sucesor, hijo del dueño de la deslicenciada Telesup. MIENTRAS TANTO: ¿José Graña Miró-Quesada en problemas? No pasa nada: la fiscalía se apresura en desmentirlos. ADEMÁS: Aduana retiene los iPhone 14 que ingresan a territorio peruano. Y... No solo Gonzalo Alegría: encontramos otros candidatos que son malos padres. Un cruce sencillo entre Club Otorongo y el Registro de Deudores Morosos Familiares y... **** ¿Te gustó este episodio? ¿Buscas las fuentes de los datos mencionados hoy? Entra a http://patreon.com/ocram para acceder a nuestros grupos exclusivos de Telegram y WhatsApp. También puedes UNIRTE a esta comunidad de YouTube aquí https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCP0AJJeNkFBYzegTTVbKhPg/join **** Visita a Tkambio en sus redes sociales: Web: https://bit.ly/tkambio Intagram: https://bit.ly/tkambio_ig Facebook: https://bit.ly/tkambio_fb Y obtén el mejor tipo de cambio de verdad. **** Club Otorongo, créditos: News Theme by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 license. https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/ Artist: http://incompetech.com/

New Books in Literature
Light and Sound: Boubacar Boris Diop with Sarah Quesada

New Books in Literature

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2022 32:27


Boubacar Boris Diop is the author of Murambi: The Book of Bones, (Indiana UP, 2016; translated by Fiona McLaughlin), an unforgettable novel of the Rwandan genocide that blends journalistic research with finely drawn characterizations of perpetrators, victims, and bystanders. In this episode, Mr. Diop reads from Murambi, translated from French by Fiona McLaughlin, and speaks to Duke professor Sarah Quesada and host Aarthi Vadde about how his work on the novel spurred him to rethink his language of composition. Mr. Diop wrote his first five novels in French, but after Murambi, shifted to Wolof, the most widely spoken language in his home country of Senegal. Asked to describe the difference between writing in French and writing in Wolof, Mr. Diop sums it up memorably: “When I start writing in French, I shut the door; I shut the window…I don't hear the words I'm writing. When I write in Wolof, I hear every word.” Sarah and Mr. Diop discuss whether translation can be an ally to a Wolof worldview or whether the sounds that Mr. Diop hears through his window will inevitably be lost to readers who encounter his Wolof novels in English or French. Their dialogue suggests that, while Wolof represents a form of linguistic emancipation from the legacy of a French colonial education, there is also discovery and freedom in raising the literary profile of Wolof for an international audience. Mr. Diop's Doomi Golo: The Hidden Notebooks is the first Wolof novel to be translated into English and an excerpt from his second Wolof novel Bàmmeelu Kocc Barma is available in translation here. In response to our signature question of the season, Mr. Diop proposes that the Wolof word “keroog” is very difficult to translate but not impossible. And it spurs an impromptu comparison to the Spanish word “ahorita,” which like “keroog,” blurs the distinctions between present, past, and future. In an episode about personal and political memory, nothing could be more fitting! Mentioned in this episode: --Toni Morrison --Gabriel Garcia Marquez --Mario Vargas Llosa --Ernesto Sábato --Léopold Sédar Senghor --Doomi Golo: The Hidden Notebooks --Les Petits de la guenon (French Translation of Doomi Golo) --Bàmmeelu Kocc Barma – literally translated as Kocc Barma's Grave (Diop's second Wolof novel) --Malaanum Lëndëm – Diop's third Wolof novel --Alice Chaudemanche (French translator of Malaanum Lëndëm) --Pierre Nora – French historian --Marianne Hirsch --“Sites mémoriaux du génocide” – memorial sites of genocide (term used by UNESCO that qualify as heritage sites.) --Rwandan term – “ejo” (similar to keroog) from the language: Kinyarwanda Find out more about Novel Dialogue and its hosts and organizers here. Contact us, get that exact quote from a transcript, and explore many more conversations between novelists and critics. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/literature

New Books in Literary Studies
Light and Sound: Boubacar Boris Diop with Sarah Quesada

New Books in Literary Studies

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2022 32:27


Boubacar Boris Diop is the author of Murambi: The Book of Bones, (Indiana UP, 2016; translated by Fiona McLaughlin), an unforgettable novel of the Rwandan genocide that blends journalistic research with finely drawn characterizations of perpetrators, victims, and bystanders. In this episode, Mr. Diop reads from Murambi, translated from French by Fiona McLaughlin, and speaks to Duke professor Sarah Quesada and host Aarthi Vadde about how his work on the novel spurred him to rethink his language of composition. Mr. Diop wrote his first five novels in French, but after Murambi, shifted to Wolof, the most widely spoken language in his home country of Senegal. Asked to describe the difference between writing in French and writing in Wolof, Mr. Diop sums it up memorably: “When I start writing in French, I shut the door; I shut the window…I don't hear the words I'm writing. When I write in Wolof, I hear every word.” Sarah and Mr. Diop discuss whether translation can be an ally to a Wolof worldview or whether the sounds that Mr. Diop hears through his window will inevitably be lost to readers who encounter his Wolof novels in English or French. Their dialogue suggests that, while Wolof represents a form of linguistic emancipation from the legacy of a French colonial education, there is also discovery and freedom in raising the literary profile of Wolof for an international audience. Mr. Diop's Doomi Golo: The Hidden Notebooks is the first Wolof novel to be translated into English and an excerpt from his second Wolof novel Bàmmeelu Kocc Barma is available in translation here. In response to our signature question of the season, Mr. Diop proposes that the Wolof word “keroog” is very difficult to translate but not impossible. And it spurs an impromptu comparison to the Spanish word “ahorita,” which like “keroog,” blurs the distinctions between present, past, and future. In an episode about personal and political memory, nothing could be more fitting! Mentioned in this episode: --Toni Morrison --Gabriel Garcia Marquez --Mario Vargas Llosa --Ernesto Sábato --Léopold Sédar Senghor --Doomi Golo: The Hidden Notebooks --Les Petits de la guenon (French Translation of Doomi Golo) --Bàmmeelu Kocc Barma – literally translated as Kocc Barma's Grave (Diop's second Wolof novel) --Malaanum Lëndëm – Diop's third Wolof novel --Alice Chaudemanche (French translator of Malaanum Lëndëm) --Pierre Nora – French historian --Marianne Hirsch --“Sites mémoriaux du génocide” – memorial sites of genocide (term used by UNESCO that qualify as heritage sites.) --Rwandan term – “ejo” (similar to keroog) from the language: Kinyarwanda Find out more about Novel Dialogue and its hosts and organizers here. Contact us, get that exact quote from a transcript, and explore many more conversations between novelists and critics. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/literary-studies

New Books in African Studies
Light and Sound: Boubacar Boris Diop with Sarah Quesada

New Books in African Studies

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2022 32:27


Boubacar Boris Diop is the author of Murambi: The Book of Bones, (Indiana UP, 2016; translated by Fiona McLaughlin), an unforgettable novel of the Rwandan genocide that blends journalistic research with finely drawn characterizations of perpetrators, victims, and bystanders. In this episode, Mr. Diop reads from Murambi, translated from French by Fiona McLaughlin, and speaks to Duke professor Sarah Quesada and host Aarthi Vadde about how his work on the novel spurred him to rethink his language of composition. Mr. Diop wrote his first five novels in French, but after Murambi, shifted to Wolof, the most widely spoken language in his home country of Senegal. Asked to describe the difference between writing in French and writing in Wolof, Mr. Diop sums it up memorably: “When I start writing in French, I shut the door; I shut the window…I don't hear the words I'm writing. When I write in Wolof, I hear every word.” Sarah and Mr. Diop discuss whether translation can be an ally to a Wolof worldview or whether the sounds that Mr. Diop hears through his window will inevitably be lost to readers who encounter his Wolof novels in English or French. Their dialogue suggests that, while Wolof represents a form of linguistic emancipation from the legacy of a French colonial education, there is also discovery and freedom in raising the literary profile of Wolof for an international audience. Mr. Diop's Doomi Golo: The Hidden Notebooks is the first Wolof novel to be translated into English and an excerpt from his second Wolof novel Bàmmeelu Kocc Barma is available in translation here. In response to our signature question of the season, Mr. Diop proposes that the Wolof word “keroog” is very difficult to translate but not impossible. And it spurs an impromptu comparison to the Spanish word “ahorita,” which like “keroog,” blurs the distinctions between present, past, and future. In an episode about personal and political memory, nothing could be more fitting! Mentioned in this episode: --Toni Morrison --Gabriel Garcia Marquez --Mario Vargas Llosa --Ernesto Sábato --Léopold Sédar Senghor --Doomi Golo: The Hidden Notebooks --Les Petits de la guenon (French Translation of Doomi Golo) --Bàmmeelu Kocc Barma – literally translated as Kocc Barma's Grave (Diop's second Wolof novel) --Malaanum Lëndëm – Diop's third Wolof novel --Alice Chaudemanche (French translator of Malaanum Lëndëm) --Pierre Nora – French historian --Marianne Hirsch --“Sites mémoriaux du génocide” – memorial sites of genocide (term used by UNESCO that qualify as heritage sites.) --Rwandan term – “ejo” (similar to keroog) from the language: Kinyarwanda Find out more about Novel Dialogue and its hosts and organizers here. Contact us, get that exact quote from a transcript, and explore many more conversations between novelists and critics. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/african-studies

New Books Network
4.2 Light and Sound: Boubacar Boris Diop with Sarah Quesada

New Books Network

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2022 32:27


Boubacar Boris Diop is the author of Murambi: The Book of Bones, (Indiana UP, 2016; translated by Fiona McLaughlin), an unforgettable novel of the Rwandan genocide that blends journalistic research with finely drawn characterizations of perpetrators, victims, and bystanders. In this episode, Mr. Diop reads from Murambi, translated from French by Fiona McLaughlin, and speaks to Duke professor Sarah Quesada and host Aarthi Vadde about how his work on the novel spurred him to rethink his language of composition. Mr. Diop wrote his first five novels in French, but after Murambi, shifted to Wolof, the most widely spoken language in his home country of Senegal. Asked to describe the difference between writing in French and writing in Wolof, Mr. Diop sums it up memorably: “When I start writing in French, I shut the door; I shut the window…I don't hear the words I'm writing. When I write in Wolof, I hear every word.” Sarah and Mr. Diop discuss whether translation can be an ally to a Wolof worldview or whether the sounds that Mr. Diop hears through his window will inevitably be lost to readers who encounter his Wolof novels in English or French. Their dialogue suggests that, while Wolof represents a form of linguistic emancipation from the legacy of a French colonial education, there is also discovery and freedom in raising the literary profile of Wolof for an international audience. Mr. Diop's Doomi Golo: The Hidden Notebooks is the first Wolof novel to be translated into English and an excerpt from his second Wolof novel Bàmmeelu Kocc Barma is available in translation here. In response to our signature question of the season, Mr. Diop proposes that the Wolof word “keroog” is very difficult to translate but not impossible. And it spurs an impromptu comparison to the Spanish word “ahorita,” which like “keroog,” blurs the distinctions between present, past, and future. In an episode about personal and political memory, nothing could be more fitting! Mentioned in this episode: --Toni Morrison --Gabriel Garcia Marquez --Mario Vargas Llosa --Ernesto Sábato --Léopold Sédar Senghor --Doomi Golo: The Hidden Notebooks --Les Petits de la guenon (French Translation of Doomi Golo) --Bàmmeelu Kocc Barma – literally translated as Kocc Barma's Grave (Diop's second Wolof novel) --Malaanum Lëndëm – Diop's third Wolof novel --Alice Chaudemanche (French translator of Malaanum Lëndëm) --Pierre Nora – French historian --Marianne Hirsch --“Sites mémoriaux du génocide” – memorial sites of genocide (term used by UNESCO that qualify as heritage sites.) --Rwandan term – “ejo” (similar to keroog) from the language: Kinyarwanda Find out more about Novel Dialogue and its hosts and organizers here. Contact us, get that exact quote from a transcript, and explore many more conversations between novelists and critics. 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

Adoption: The Making of Me
S2 Ep. 18: Lisa

Adoption: The Making of Me

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 36:22


In this episode, Sarah and Louise wrap up of  “Journey of The Adopted Self” by Betty Jean Lifton and then they speak to Lisa King.Lisa King is a retired disability specialist, artist and mother. She was born in 1957 into a closed adoption system and was adopted six months later. She has been on a lifelong quest to understand and make sense of how the adoptive experience has shaped and impacted her life. Having suffered the initial abandonment at birth, as all adoptees do, she has struggled throughout her life to embrace and not abandon her true self.Additionally, Lisa suffered a life changing traumatic accident that serves as a metaphor for her adoptive experience. Much of her spiritual search, consisting of dog rescue, mentorship and artwork have helped her transcend the trauma of relinquishment, and reclaim and integrate the orphans of her lost self.If you want to support our show, you can go to our Patreon Page.Thank you to our current Patreon donors for their support.  They are: Laura Christensen, Barbara Frank, Ramona Evans, Linda Pevac, Blonde Records, Denise Cruz-Castino, Daphne Keys, Denise Hewitt, Michelle Styles, Emily Sinagra, Linda David, John Frey, Eric David, Beth Figuls, Ron Schneider, Tony Corsentino, Kristi Reed, Kristen Steinhilber, Jane Bofenkamp, Kelley Brickfield, Sandra de Quesada, The Harpy and Kristan Higgins.Support the show

Hack My Business
Forging Cultural Connections Using The Power Of Storytelling With Bianca Quesada CEO & Founder Of ARCUS Studios Episode 64

Hack My Business

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 45:04


Ever wondered how to get your start as an entrepreneur in the entertainment industry? Well you're in luck, today we are joined by entertainment expert, Bianca Quesada, the CEO and Founder of ARCUS Studios and Zone One Productions. The entertainment industry is teeming with small businesses and Bianca is here to inspire you to take your first steps into entrepreneurship! She will share the key steps to building a pathway into entertainment entrepreneurship and how to authentically connect with a specific cultural market. Tune in and learn how you can join in the pursuit of creating sustainable equity within the entertainment industry and reach a wider audience.  More from Bianca Quesada:  Visit www.viaarcus.com & zoneoneproductions.com   Instagram: @zone_one_productions & @viaarcus  Finding Bianca Quesada: LinkedIn: @Bianca C. Quesada  Instagram: @bianca_quesada   More From Jesse & Small Business Front:  Visit https://www.smallbusinessfront.com/ LinkedIn: Small Business Front LinkedIn: Jesse Torres, Founder-SBF Instagram: @smallbizfront Twitter & Facebook: @SmallBizFront   To join our community and get the most up-to-date resources and information for YOUR small business visit our NEW website: https://www.smallbusinessfront.com *Tell us what hack you're applying to YOUR business in the review section of Apple Podcasts and we'll give you and your biz a shout out in an upcoming episode! *Thank you for listening and please share the show or an episode you love with your favorite small business! We believe that when you succeed we all succeed, so let's share the knowledge and resources. 

World Cafe Words and Music from WXPN
Adrian's Quesada's 'Boleros Psycidelico' a love letter to psychedelic bolero music

World Cafe Words and Music from WXPN

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022 30:21


The discovery of Los Pasteles Verdes, an experimental Peruvian band from the 1960s, sent Adrian Quesada down a rabbit hole that would, decades later, lead to his new solo album, Boleros Psicodélicos.

Hablando Claro con Vilma Ibarra
14-9: ¿Qué sucedió en CADEXCO?

Hablando Claro con Vilma Ibarra

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 52:54


La exportación de piña representa el 1.7 % del PIB anual. Los productores del 80 % del área total del cultivo de la fruta están agremiados en la Cámara Nacional de Productores y Exportadores de Piña (CANAPEP) y todos ellos renunciaron en los últimos días a su organización matriz, la Cámara de Exportadores, CADEXCO. ¿Y qué relación guarda este hecho con la abrupta salida de la hoy exministra de Agricultura y expresidenta de los exportadores, Laura Bonilla? Aunque no han trascendido de manera oficial los motivos de esta crisis de representación en el sector, los hechos apuntarían a que en la pasada asamblea general de CADEXCO el martes 30 de agosto, se produjo una intervención subterránea de la Ministra de Agricultura en las elecciones internas. El único candidato anunciado para la presidencia era el hasta entonces presidente interino Luis Fernando Quesada Cogui quien había sido el vicepresidente de Bonilla y asumido temporalmente el mando tras el nombramiento de la empresaria como titular del MAG. La sorpresa se produjo cuando irrumpió en la escena una candidata que a la postre fue electa esa noche y que no se había postulado inicialmente. El problema no fue que hubiese aparecido una aspirante de última hora (aparentemente impulsada por Bonilla) el problema es que la asamblea fue “amañada” dijo Quesada en declaraciones que dio al medio sancarleño La Región, porque hubo afiliaciones sorpresivas en pocas horas y poderes delegados a terceros para votar, “es como que usted tenga 15 cédulas y pueda votar 15 veces”. Prácticamente, un "chorreo de votos" por eso, aseguró, a las puertas de concretarse la jugada, anunció el retiro de su postulación para no hacerse parte de la estratagema. “Puede ser legal… Pero no es ético ni moral y por eso no puse mi nombre…” Varios de los agremiados de Cadexco no aceptaron lo sucedido y terminaron por retirarse de la organización. Según ha trascendido, en estos días no solo se desafiliaron los piñeros de CANAPEP, sino también cafetaleros, industrias de alimentos y bebidas, de exportación de implementos médicos y de servicios. Lo paradójico de todo es que ahora el control de la cámara lo tienen los piñeros que están fuera de CANAPEP. El hecho es que tras esa convulsa asamblea del 30 de agosto y la consecuente separación de cámaras agremiadas,10 días después se produce la salida del gobierno de la señora Bonilla. La pregunta es ¿cayó la ministra por haber intervenido en asuntos gremiales que no eran ya de su competencia? ¿Sabía el Ejecutivo lo que estaba haciendo su ministra o más bien la invitaron a dejar la cartera una vez enterados de lo sucedido? Sobre las implicaciones del cisma en Cadexco conversamos con Abel Chaves, presidente de CANAPEP.

Adoption: The Making of Me
S2 Ep. 17: A.M.

Adoption: The Making of Me

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2022 72:22


In this episode, Sarah and Louise discuss Chapter Seventeen of  “Journey of The Adopted Self” by Betty Jean Lifton and then they speak to A.M. Homes.A.M. Homes was born in Washington D.C. in 1961 and adopted at birth in a private adoption.She began to explore themes related to adoption in her 1993 novel, In A Country of Mothers. Just before the book was published her birth mother—inspired by an Oprah show on ‘reunions' made contact. A.M. explored what happened next in her 2007 best-selling memoir, The Mistress's Daughter.A.M. Homes newest novel: The Unfolding.If you want to support our show, you can go to our Patreon Page.Thank you to our current Patreon donors for their support.  They are: Laura Christensen, Barbara Frank, Ramona Evans, Linda Pevac, Blonde Records, Denise Cruz-Castino, Daphne Keys, Denise Hewitt, Michelle Styles, Emily Sinagra, Linda David, John Frey, Eric David, Beth Figuls, Ron Schneider, Tony Corsentino, Kristi Reed, Kristen Steinhilber, Jane Bofenkamp, Kelley Brickfield, Sandra de Quesada, The Harpy and Kristan Higgins.Support the show

高效磨耳朵 | 最好的英语听力资源
Level 4-Day 20.The Golden Man ? El Dorado

高效磨耳朵 | 最好的英语听力资源

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 3, 2022 4:25


词汇提示1.spices 香料2.scarce 罕见的3.trinkets 首饰4.interior 内陆5.crews 工作人员6.emeralds 翡翠7.pearls 珍珠8.immerse 极大的9.invaded 入侵10.refining 提纯11.meteorite 陨石12.grease 油脂13.raft 木筏14.ceremony 仪式15.perished 死亡16.desperately 拼命地原文The Golden Man ? El DoradoWhen Christopher Columbus sailed west from Spain in 1492, he was trying to reach the Spice Islands (which today are called Indonesia).Spices were very scarce and valuable in Europe at this time.No one knew that two vast oceans and the American continents lay between Europe and Asia.Columbus did not find spices in America, but he did bring home some gold trinkets.The American Indians wore these as jewelry.Gold, not spices, was to become the biggest motive for exploration.Expeditions into the interior of the Americas were very costly and very risky.Only by promising the authorities huge profits could sailors and soldiers raise money for their expeditions.They also needed to promise rich rewards in order to get followers and crews.If a leader returned to Europe without gold and jewels, he might end up in jail.No wonder the Spanish conquerors were always searching for gold.At first, the Spaniards stayed around the coasts of the Caribbean Sea, but stories of gold in the interior tempted them to explore inland.They asked the Indians where their gold jewelry came from.The Indians would point further inland.They said that a wealthy people lived in the high mountains that traded gold and emeralds for pearls, cotton and shells.The Spanish Emperor had given the rights to exploit present-day Venezuela and Colombia to his German bankers in 1528.So Germans - Dalfinger, Federmann and Hohermuth - led a series of expeditions into the jungles, grasslands and mountains.Meanwhile, Spanish conquerors had found immense riches in gold and silver.Hernando Cortes had captured the Kingdom of the Aztecs in Mexico in 1519.He had sent immense treasures to Europe.Soon after this, Francesco Pizarro began to explore the west coast of South America.In 1531, Pizarro invaded Peru and destroyed the Kingdom of the Incas.Pizarro melted down the gold and silver treasures of the Incas, and sent gold and silver bricks back to Spain.The rush to find more gold became very heated.Rumors came down from the mountains of Colombia about a golden man - el hombre Dorado.There were stories about a king so rich that he wore gold dust instead of a coat.Colombia was the Kingdom of the Chibchas.They were a trading people who traded salt and emeralds for gold, cotton, pearls, and shells.The actual gold did not come from their kingdom.It was found in the mountain rivers, and brought to the Chibchas for refining and metalwork.Several armies converged on Chibcha territory.The first to arrive was the Spaniard Quesada, coming up the Magdalene River from the Caribbean.He found the chief cities of the Chibchas and seized their gold and emeralds.Shortly afterwards, one of Pizarro's captains arrived from Peru and Ecuador.Then the German Federmann arrived from Venezuela.Quesada gave the latecomers some gold and jewels to ease their disappointment.Quesada's men also found out about the Golden Man.High in the mountains was a lake created by a meteorite.The Indians believes that the 'golden god' from the sky now lived at the bottom of the lake.When a new leader of the tribe was elected, he was covered in grease, and fine gold dust was blown over his body so that he appeared to be made of gold.He was taken out to the middle of the lake on a raft.He would jump into the lake, and stay in the water till the gold dust was washed off.It was considered an offering to the god.Gold ornaments were also tossed in the lake.Then the king and his followers would return to the shore.This ceremony was stopped several generations before the Europeans arrived.Many people were unwilling to believe that this was the whole story.They began to search for a golden city hidden in the jungle.Many explorers perished in this search.In their search for gold, the Spanish conquerors destroyed the great Indian civilizations of America.Towns and villages had been ruined, thousands of people killed and wonderful pieces of art melted down.Some Indians believed that gold must be a food that Europeans desperately needed to stay alive.In many cases, the Europeans destroyed the trading and social systems that had produced their wealth.When we think about the great achievements of a few conquerors and explorers, we are also sad about how much death and damage they caused.翻译金人?埃尔多拉多1492年克里斯托弗·哥伦布从西班牙向西航行时,他正试图到达香料群岛(今天称为印度尼西亚)。当时,香料在欧洲非常稀少和珍贵。没有人知道欧洲和亚洲之间有两个广阔的海洋和美洲大陆。哥伦布在美洲没有发现香料,但他确实带回了一些金饰品。美洲印第安人戴着这些首饰。黄金,而不是香料,成为勘探的最大动力。前往美洲内陆的探险费用高昂,风险很大。只有向当局承诺巨额利润,水手和士兵才能为他们的探险筹集资金。他们还需要承诺丰厚的奖励,以获得追随者和工作人员。如果一个领导人返回欧洲时没有黄金和珠宝,他可能会坐牢。难怪西班牙征服者总是在寻找黄金。起初,西班牙人住在加勒比海沿岸,但内陆的黄金故事吸引他们探索内陆。他们问印第安人他们的黄金首饰来自哪里。印第安人会指向更远的内陆。他们说,一个富人住在高山上,用黄金和翡翠换取珍珠、棉花和贝壳。1528年,西班牙皇帝将开采当今委内瑞拉和哥伦比亚的权利授予了他的德国银行家。因此,德国人-达尔芬格、费德曼和霍尔茅斯-带领一系列探险队进入丛林、草原和山区。与此同时,西班牙征服者发现了大量的金银。埃尔南多·科尔特斯于1519年占领了墨西哥的阿兹特克王国。他把大量的财宝送到了欧洲。不久之后,弗朗西斯科·皮萨罗开始探索南美洲西海岸。1531年,皮萨罗入侵秘鲁,摧毁了印加王国。皮萨罗熔化了印加人的金银财宝,并将金银砖送回西班牙。寻找更多黄金的热潮变得非常激烈。哥伦比亚山区传来了关于一个金人的传闻——埃尔·霍姆布雷·多拉多。有个故事讲的是一个非常富有的国王,他穿着黄金的衣服而不是外套。哥伦比亚是奇布查王国。他们是一个贸易民族,用盐和翡翠换取黄金、棉花、珍珠和贝壳。真正的黄金不是来自他们的王国。它在山河中被发现,并被带到奇布恰斯进行精炼和金属加工。几支军队集结在奇布查地区。第一个到达的是西班牙人奎萨达,从加勒比海来到马格达林河。他找到了奇布查斯的主要城市,夺取了他们的黄金和翡翠。不久之后,皮萨罗的一名船长从秘鲁和厄瓜多尔抵达。然后德国人费德曼从委内瑞拉抵达。奎萨达给了迟到者一些黄金和珠宝,以缓解他们的失望。奎萨达的人也发现了金人。高山上有一个由陨石形成的湖。印第安人认为,来自天空的“黄金神”现在住在湖底。当一个新的部落首领被选出来时,他浑身沾满了油脂,细金粉被吹到他的身上,看起来像是金子做的。他被乘木筏带到湖心。他会跳进湖里,呆在水里,直到金尘被洗掉。它被认为是献给上帝的礼物。金饰也被抛入湖中。然后国王和他的追随者将返回海岸。这一仪式在欧洲人到来之前几代人就停止了。许多人不愿意相信这就是故事的全部。他们开始寻找隐藏在丛林中的金城。许多探险家在这次搜寻中丧生。在寻找黄金的过程中,西班牙征服者摧毁了美洲伟大的印度文明。城镇和村庄被摧毁,成千上万的人被杀害,精美的艺术品被熔化。一些印度人认为,黄金必须是欧洲人生存所急需的食物。在许多情况下,欧洲人破坏了创造他们财富的贸易和社会制度。当我们想到少数征服者和探险家的伟大成就时,我们也为他们造成的死亡和破坏感到悲伤。

TJ Trout
Steven Michael Quesada

TJ Trout

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 27, 2022 28:06


Steven Michael Quesada discusses the new movie he's working on in Portland, Oregon, he also talks about his new comedy special entitled "The New Mexican" which will be on Amazon Prime, and Apple Tunes and other platforms with TJ on News Radio KKOBSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Adoption: The Making of Me

In this episode, Sarah and Louise discuss Chapter Sixteen  of  “Journey of The Adopted Self” by Betty Jean Lifton and then they speak to Lynn Grubb.Lynn Grubb is a closed-era Illinois adoptee and parent by marriage, birth and adoption. She is the editor of "The Adoptee Survival Guide: Adoptees Share Their Wisdom and Tools" and the author of “Hidden Identity,” an audible memoir that chronicles her decades long search for her birth parents. She lives in Dayton, Ohio with husband Mark, their daughter, and two spoiled mini-Australian shepherds. You can reach out to Lynn on social media  @theadoptedgenealogist or email her at:theadoptedgenealogist@gmail.com. You can listen to Lynn's memoir here:https://theadoptedgenealogist.podbean.com/Here's our affiliate link for Buzzsprout:  When you sign up, you get a $20 Amazon Gift card.And if you want to support our show, you can go to our Patreon Page.Thank you to our current Patreon donors for their support.  They are: Laura Christensen, Barbara Frank, Ramona Evans, Linda Pevac, Blonde Records, Denise Cruz-Castino, Daphne Keys, Denise Hewitt, Michelle Styles, Emily Sinagra, Linda David, John Frey, Eric David, Beth Figuls, Ron Schneider, Tony Corsentino, Kristi Reed, Kristen Steinhilber, Jane Bofenkamp, Kelley Brickfield, Sandra de Quesada, The Harpy and Kristan Higgins.Support the show

The Dirt Life
Casey Currie - Offroad & Dakar Champion & Industry Leader - Aaron Quesada, Sean Berriman, Oren Anderson, Ryan Guidus

The Dirt Life

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 23, 2022 122:18 Transcription Available


Few have accomplished as much as our guest tonight @caseycurrie, not only in an industry but in life, Multi time offroad racing champion, Dakar Champion for the United States, Supermoto racer, Participated in X Games, Business Owner, Family Man, and lover of all things Jeep.Special guests are some of Casey's best friends: @o_ring @seanberriman @aaronquesada & @guidus726 of @kmcwheelsSupport the show

Detroit Real Estate Experts Podcast
Law & Detroit Real Estate with Gary D. Quesada | Episode 3 Season 2 !

Detroit Real Estate Experts Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 23, 2022 36:06


Today's episode features Jay Taylor along with well know real estate attorney Gary D. Quesada. Gary Quesada has been practicing law since 1993 and is admitted to all Michigan Courts, and the U.S. District Courts of Michigan. His practice has been concentrated in the design and construction industries, representing architects, engineers, contractors, private construction owners, and public entities. Mr. Quesada represents clients in business and construction law matters, contract, construction and property disputes, construction lien and bond claims, professional malpractice, copyright, insurance defense and government affairs. His other areas of practice include family law, estate planning, arts and entertainment.In this episode Jay and Gary talk all about legal hurdles of investing in real estate and the correct process you should follow. This episode is extremely informative for real estate investors, real estate agents and other business professionals looking to get into real estate. We personally enjoyed the facts about architecture in the city of detroit. So we invite you to sit back, relax and enjoy this episode of the Detroit Real Estate Experts Podcast. Also follow @jtarealtors on all social platforms | instagram , facebook , linkedin and more.. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/jtapodcasts/message

Cigar Coop Prime Time Show
PCA 2022 Report: Quesada Cigars

Cigar Coop Prime Time Show

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 14, 2022 7:14


There was certainly a lot of energy and excitement at the Quesada booth at the 2022 Premium Cigar Association (PCA) Trade Show. Not only was Quesada Cigars' President Manuel "Manolo" Quesada in attendance, but there were several new and intriguing releases. The Quesadas announced a new addition to the Casa Magna family, the continuing tradition of Oktoberfest, and that Manolo himself has a limited edition cigar to celebrate his 75th birthday. All of these things resulted in a very busy booth for Quesada Cigars throughout the entire four days of the Trade Show. PCA 2022 Report: https://wp.me/p6h1n1-nrS  

Cigar Coop Prime Time Show
PCA 2022 Report: Quesada Cigars (Audio)

Cigar Coop Prime Time Show

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 14, 2022 7:14


There was certainly a lot of energy and excitement at the Quesada booth at the 2022 Premium Cigar Association (PCA) Trade Show. Not only was Quesada Cigars' President Manuel "Manolo" Quesada in attendance, but there were several new and intriguing releases. The Quesadas announced a new addition to the Casa Magna family, the continuing tradition of Oktoberfest, and that Manolo himself has a limited edition cigar to celebrate his 75th birthday. All of these things resulted in a very busy booth for Quesada Cigars throughout the entire four days of the Trade Show. PCA 2022 Report: https://wp.me/p6h1n1-nrS  

Adoption: The Making of Me

In this episode, Sarah and Louise discuss Chapter Fifteen of  “Journey of The Adopted Self” by Betty Jean Lifton and then they speak to Jeff Forney.Jeff Forney was born in San Francisco and raised in the East Bay town of Moraga, CA. A photographer based in Los Angeles, he has been working on a documentary filming interviews of adoptees in reunion.As Jeff says, ‘Finding your birth parents is the base camp of Mt. Everest, now you have to climb the bitch'.His goal is to take the stigma out of adoption, help adoptees identify with others' stories, and through that, restore power that had been buried and forgotten.My life is not better because someone adopted me, my life is different. Adoption can multitask. She is many things at once. So are we. We are the bastards, the unwanted, the surrendered, the saved, the chosen, the rescued, the loved, and the forsaken. Allow us our entirety.   -Mindy Stern-Jeff can be found here: Jeff Forney PhotographerHere's our affiliate link for Buzzsprout:  When you sign up, you get a $20 Amazon Gift card.And if you want to support our show, you can go to our Patreon Page.Thank you to our current Patreon donors for their support.  They are: Laura Christensen, Barbara Frank, Ramona Evans, Linda Pevac, Blonde Records, Denise Cruz-Castino, Daphne Keys, Denise Hewitt, Michelle Styles, Emily Sinagra, Linda David, John Frey, Eric David, Beth Figuls, Ron Schneider, Tony Corsentino, Kristi Reed, Kristen Steinhilber, Jane Bofenkamp, Kelley Brickfield, Sandra de Quesada, The Harpy and Kristan Higgins.Support the show

The Boxing Rush Hour Show
Ep 24: USMC Boxing HOF Inductee Jose Quesada

The Boxing Rush Hour Show

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 49:54


This week will be supporting the USMC Boxing Hall of Fame as their annual ceremony takes place this Saturday at Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune. I also bring you up to speed with the full card in support of Canelo vs GGG 3, this weekend's actions along with news and notes.

El Larguero
El Larguero a las 00.30 | El repaso al GP de Hungría y entrevista a Lina Quesada

El Larguero

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 28:51


José Antonio Ponseti y Pedro de la Rosa analizan el GP de Hungría y la mala estrategia de Ferrari. Entrevista a Lina Quesada, primera andaluza en subir el K2.

Adoption: The Making of Me

In this episode, Sarah and Louise discuss Chapter Fourteen  of  “Journey of The Adopted Self” by Betty Jean Lifton and then they speak to Lenore Paletta Hiller.Lenore Paletta Hiller is an international adoptee born in Southern Italy in the mid-1960's. She lived with her birth mother for the first five months of her life, but was separated from her due to poverty and other circumstances. She was adopted to the United States when she was 20 months old. She has been in various stages of reunion with her birth family since 1995. Lenore is hopeful that the future of adoption research will include the effects of intergenerational trauma on the children of adoptees. She is a member of the Facebook group Italiadoption, a space where Italian adoptees and their families can find resources and connect. Here's our affiliate link for Buzzsprout:  When you sign up, you get a $20 Amazon Gift card.And if you want to support our show, you can go to our Patreon Page.Thank you to our current Patreon donors for their support.  They are: Laura Christensen, Barbara Frank, Ramona Evans, Linda Pevac, Blonde Records, Denise Cruz-Castino, Daphne Keys, Denise Hewitt, Michelle Styles, Emily Sinagra, Linda David, John Frey, Eric David, Beth Figuls, Ron Schneider, Tony Corsentino, Kristi Reed, Kristen Steinhilber, Jane Bofenkamp, Kelley Brickfield, Sandra de Quesada, The Harpy and Kristan Higgins.StoryCraftA show about the art and science of storytelling.Listen on: Apple Podcasts SpotifySupport the show

El Faro de Redención
Con Usiel Abreu y Andy Quesada - Serie: ¿Puedo confiar en la Biblia?

El Faro de Redención

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 18, 2022 29:00


En este episodio nos acompañan Usiel y Andy, dos pastores cubanos para platicar sobre la autoridad de la Biblia y contestar la pregunta: ¿puedo confiar en la Biblia?

Adoption: The Making of Me

In this episode, Sarah and Louise discuss Chapter Thirteen of  “Journey of The Adopted Self” by Betty Jean Lifton and then they speak to Jenni Alpert who also goes by her birth name, Cami.After being taken away from her birth parents as a baby by the state, and adopted out of foster care at age 4, singer-songwriter Jenni Alpert (aka birth name: Cami) decided to go searching for her birth father. After weeks undercover on the street of LA, she finally found him homeless, addicted, and running from the law, yet a musician, just like her. Ultimately she guides him out of the legal system and off of the streets becoming his advocate and shadow adopting him into her life, cultivating an inspiring transformation as Don transitions from self identified vagrant to self esteemed volunteer with the music they share in their extraordinary partnership founded on unconditional love. To find Jenni / Cami and her amazing story & music you can find her on Instagram, Facebook & Twitter as: : @jennialpert @camianddonHere's our affiliate link for Buzzsprout:  When you sign up, you get a $20 Amazon Gift card.And if you want to support our show, you can go to our Patreon Page.Thank you to our current Patreon donors for their support.  They are: Laura Christensen, Barbara Frank, Ramona Evans, Linda Pevac, Blonde Records, Denise Cruz-Castino, Daphne Keys, Denise Hewitt, Michelle Styles, Emily Sinagra, Linda David, John Frey, Eric David, Beth Figuls, Ron Schneider, Tony Corsentino, Kristi Reed, Kristen Steinhilber, Jane Bofenkamp, Kelley Brickfield, Sandra de Quesada and The Harpy.Support the show

Asking for a Friend
Your Heart - What Women Need to Know

Asking for a Friend

Play Episode Play 30 sec Highlight Listen Later Jul 11, 2022 34:46


Heart disease is the #1 cause of death in women, yet studies focused on women's cardiovascular health have been underfunded in the past.  Dr. Odayme Quesada not only wanted to change that narrative with women-focused research, but also look at the unique circumstances that present when women experience a cardiovascular event.  She is the director of The Christ Hospital Women's Heart Center, which is one of the few, dedicated centers in the world solely-focused on women's heart health.When it comes to heart attacks, women ARE different than men!  Do you know your risks and what symptoms to look for? In this episode Dr. Quesada and I discuss:-Traditional risk factors, pregnancy related risk factors and menopause-Cholesterol and calcium facts-The role of physical activity and diet-Beyond BMI-Post-Covid Syndrome-Current women's heart studies and why women should be encouraged to participateLink to Women's Heart Center at The Christ Hospital Heart and Vascular Institute  https://www.thechristhospital.com/services/heart/specialized-care-and-treatment/womens-heart-diseaseThe Christ Hospital Lindner Research Center at: 513-585-1777The Christ Hospital Lindner Research Center Email: WHCResearch@TheChristHospital.comFor more information or to schedule an appointment, call the Women's Heart Center at The Christ Hospital Heart and Vascular Institute at 513-585-2140Follow Asking for a Friend o social media on Facebook and Instagram @askingforafriend_pod#smarternotyounger #bettersideof50 #midlifewomen #midlife #behealthy #loveyourage #agepositive #itsnevertoolate #selfcare #health #wellness Your Future in Sales & MarketingA podcast that can help you make great decisions to get the most out of your Sales &...Listen on: Apple Podcasts Spotify