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WebTalkRadio.net
SPAGHETTI WITH RAISINS: Guiding Your Loved One with Dementia Toward the Safety of Long-Term Care by Anne R. Curran

WebTalkRadio.net

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 16, 2021


TIPS FOR CAREGIVERS FROM THE BOOK: Your help is needed. ·      Stop by for tea and a chat if that is all you can do.  ·      Stop by and let the caregiver go shopping alone for an hour or two. (Oh, how I loved that opportunity!)  ·      Stay overnight or for a weekend to allow the caregiver a […] The post SPAGHETTI WITH RAISINS: Guiding Your Loved One with Dementia Toward the Safety of Long-Term Care by Anne R. Curran appeared first on WebTalkRadio.net.

The Joe Budden Podcast with Rory & Mal
Episode 479 | "Raisins In The Yams"

The Joe Budden Podcast with Rory & Mal

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2021 140:06


Although Meek Mill released music on his new album, 'Expensive Pain', he's garnered attention primarily for the album's artwork (25:00). Joe and the crew debate if plastering his explicit cover art on public buses is a strategic marketing tactic or was it simply a misstep on Meek and his team (40:30). Summer Walker reveals an engaging tracklist/timeline for her new album (49:55) which includes a narration titled "Ciara's Prayer" and leads to an interesting discussion around Ciara and Russell Wilson's dynamic (55:30). Also, this past weekend was filled with sports events lead by, Deontay Wilder losing to Tyson Fury (1:23:45), Jon Gruden leaked emails (1:45:25), and MORE! Become a Patron of The Joe Budden Podcast for additional bonus episodes and visual content for all things JBP: Tap in here www.patreon.com/JoeBudden Sleeper Picks Joe | Don Toliver - “Swangin' On Westheimer” Ice | Icewear Vezzo - “Get Bacc” Parks | Dj Swet & Milano Constantine - “Block Work” Ish | Kane Brown - “Blessed & Free” (H.E.R.)

Back to Work
550: Ampersands and Raisins

Back to Work

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2021 99:53


DISCUSSED: Dan and his son are up to Daniel Craig in their Bond journey, and this leads to an exploration of how our feelings about movies and their characters can change over time; considering the media you're scared to rewatch since it's probably not as good as you remember; your hosts dive further into browser extensions and why they're so critical to filtering your world. The Leftovers Neil Breen License to Clown

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Back to Work 550: Ampersands and Raisins

5by5 Master Audio Feed

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2021 99:53


DISCUSSED: Dan and his son are up to Daniel Craig in their Bond journey, and this leads to an exploration of how our feelings about movies and their characters can change over time; considering the media you're scared to rewatch since it's probably not as good as you remember; your hosts dive further into browser extensions and why they're so critical to filtering your world. The Leftovers Neil Breen License to Clown

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Back to Work 550: Ampersands and Raisins

5by5 Master Audio Feed

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2021 99:53


DISCUSSED: Dan and his son are up to Daniel Craig in their Bond journey, and this leads to an exploration of how our feelings about movies and their characters can change over time; considering the media you're scared to rewatch since it's probably not as good as you remember; your hosts dive further into browser extensions and why they're so critical to filtering your world. The Leftovers Neil Breen License to Clown

Seasoned to Taste
S2 Ep 13 - Josh Mitchell Hates Raisins

Seasoned to Taste

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2021 44:51


Yes you read that correctly, Josh Mitchell a 4th year social work and communications double major hates raisins. And with a passion. This episode contains plenty of debate around raisins and their usefulness but more than all it is a showcase of the foods Josh loves and who he enjoys them with. I had such a great time talking with Josh on this episode and I hope you will stick around to hear what he has to say about cooking with family and friends. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/seasoned2taste/message

Coffee+Chisme
Manifest Cookies but No Raisins ft. Shannon Hanchett

Coffee+Chisme

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 1, 2021 74:10


Okie born and raised this cookie enchantress has been slinging some amazing cookies out of Norman Oklahoma!When she walked away from human services career she decided it was time to become the Cookie Godmother! With chisme about backstabbing friends to the all things pumpkins and yes even the public threat, raisins! listen to this story of how a boss ass queen is moving some serious cookies in Oklahoma!Voicemails: https://www.speakpipe.com/CoffeeEmail: Coffee.chisme@gmail.comYouTube: Coffee + Chisme PodcastFollow us On Instagram: @coffeeandchismepodcast@albz86@JaelyDwGuest: Shannon HanchettFb: Okie Baking Co.www.okiebakingco.comSponsor us a Coffee for our next episode and we will feature you! : https://www.buymeacoffee.com/coffeeandchisme

2 Guys Named Chris, Daily Show Highlights

Raisins + Dog = Bad. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Things That Are Blank
Joe Schwenk

Things That Are Blank

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2021 24:21


Joe Schwenk joins the crew on TTAB this week to attempt to take down 5-time champ Rachel Shuman. Let's see if he can do it! CARD 1 CLUE: It's just a flesh wound CATEGORY: Things that sting ANSWERS: Bee, Tears, Wind, Insult, Porcupine, Burn, Antiseptic CARD 2 CLUE: Scrub a dub CATEGORY: Things in the shower ANSWERS: Shampoo, Knob, Curtain, Razor, Drain, Loofah, Soap CARD 3 CLUE: These are the mediocre wars CATEGORY: Things related to clones ANSWERS: Copy, Genetic, Identical, Duplicate, Sheep, Organs, Embryo CARD 4 CLUE: Warm kitty, little ball of fur CATEGORY: Things that are soft ANSWERS: Moss, Robe, Fur, Lamb, Couch, Couch, Velvet, Cotton CARD 5 CLUE: It's hard to drain CATEGORY: Things associated with alligators ANSWERS: Scales, Leather, Logo, Wrestle, Florida, Crocodile, Teeth CARD 6 CLUE: What color is mauve? CATEGORY: Things that are purple ANSWERS: Plum, Barney, Prince, Bruise, Raisins, Grapes, Eggplant

Stuff To Blow Your Mind
Listener Mail: Sky Raisins

Stuff To Blow Your Mind

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 30, 2021 37:44


Once more, it's time for a weekly dose of Stuff to Blow Your Mind and Weirdhouse Cinema listener mail... Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com

The Radio Show
The Radio Show: Have You Ever Seen Raisins Out Of Stock?

The Radio Show

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 29, 2021 72:00


This week on the show we talk businesses struggling to find help and also potential changes to only fans. Later we get into Stephen Curry's parents divorce drama and then we chat about the ongoing " Milk Crate Challenge" and the nonsense it has caused. Khujeaux is snack plugging Lay's Cheetos and Cool Ranch. We have One Gotta Go with types of cookies and we end the show with random. Background Music: Baari X, Steel4F Find all info related to The Radio Show here: linktr.ee/itstheradioshow Guest Inquiries: theradioshowinbox@gmail.com Text Us: 678-800-1677

INTERVIEWS
Qui veut rhum raisins ?.mp3

INTERVIEWS

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 16, 2021 0:52


Hossegor estival, le titre aimé par Fred Hasch, David Gayta, Martin Sole Veig.

(Almost) Entirely Sports
Harold Kuntz on the Chiefs and raisins in cereal and cookies, 8/4/21

(Almost) Entirely Sports

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2021 21:47


In the last hour of (Almost) Entirely Sports, Joshua Brisco, Rudy Salazar and Beards McFly are joined by Harold Kuntz of Fox4 to talk about Chiefs training camp including the injuries sustained over the last few days and which injury worries him most. Plus we find out his favorite cereal and cookie. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Whiskey Queens
Season 4 E4: Welsh Whisky Dragons

Whiskey Queens

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2021 33:24


How Welsh Whisky Rose From The Ashes - Master of Malt Article The Whisky - Penderyn Dragon Legend - Single Malt Welsh Whisky 43% ABV (86 Proof) - in the US (41% other places) Price: $61.78 ($59.99 plus $5.74 tax plus $.05 DC bag tax) Made from 100% malted barley Matured in specially reserved ex-bourbon casks made from American Oak, before being finished in ex-Madeira wine casks Non chill filtered and no color added Tasting notes (courtesy of the box) Appearance / Color: Golden hues Nose / Aroma / Smell: “fresh apples and citrus fruits intermingle with cream fudge and sultana raisins” Fun fact - there are 3 different types of dried grapes Raisins - type of grape that has been dried fro around 3 weeks; dark in color, have a soft texture, a sweet flavor and are typically larger than sultanas and currants Sultanas - made from green seedless grapes and typically coated in an oil-based solution prior to drying to speed up the process; typically smaller than raisins and sweeter, juicer and lighter in color Currents - made by drying a variety of small, seedless grapes for up to 3 weeks; due to size have a sweet, tangy, intense flavor Flavor / Taste / Palate: smooth, delicate, sweet, fruit (both fresh and rich dried fruit), with a hint of bitterness Finish: long, leaving an aftertaste of Madeira cake and sultanas What we're (also) reading: The Complete Whiskey Course Our ultimate goal adventure: The Irish Whiskey Academy Our Instagram handles: The Show @thewhiskeyqueens | Paul @pdashton | Nick @wayfaringandwhiskey Visit us at www.whiskeyqueens.com --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/whiskeyqueens/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/whiskeyqueens/support

Choses à Savoir HISTOIRE
A quoi servaient les briques de raisins pendant la Prohibition ?

Choses à Savoir HISTOIRE

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 18, 2021 2:24


A quoi servaient les briques de raisins pendant la Prohibition ? See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Can We Health You?
Ben Franklin | Swimming & Raisins

Can We Health You?

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 5, 2021 45:11


Alice and Leslie talk about the overachiever that was Benjamin Franklin. From inventing to vegetarianism to an illegitimate child, there's a lot that is not widely known about one of America's most famous Founding Fathers.

Merriam-Webster's Word of the Day

Merriam-Webster's Word of the Day for June 27, 2021 is: desiccate • DESS-ih-kayt • verb 1 : to dry up or become dried up 2 : to preserve (a food) by drying : dehydrate 3 : to drain of emotional or intellectual vitality Examples: "Horticultural oils work by smothering insect and mite pests/eggs, and in breaking down their protective coatings, causing them to desiccate (dry out)." — Bracken Henderson, The Preston (Idaho) Citizen, 28 Apr. 2021 "A title like 'pungent dins concentric' conjures minor Language poetry circa 1986, but Vanessa Couto Johnson's debut couldn't be less desiccated. Her strophic prose unfolds at a synaptic pace…." — Michael Robbins, The Chicago Tribune, 11 Dec. 2018 Did you know? Raisins are desiccated grapes; they're also dehydrated grapes. And yet, a close look at the etymologies of desiccate and dehydrate raises a tangly question. In Latin siccus means "dry," whereas the Greek stem hydr- means "water." So how could it be that desiccate and dehydrate are synonyms? The answer is in the multiple identities of the prefix de-. It may look like the same prefix, but the de- in desiccate means "completely, thoroughly," as in despoil ("to spoil utterly") or denude ("to strip completely bare"). The de- in dehydrate, on the other hand, means "remove," the same as it does in defoliate ("to strip of leaves") or in deice ("to rid of ice").

Broke Till Friday
Broke Till Friday Podcast Episode 67: Raisins, Beer, and Racism

Broke Till Friday

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2021 61:15


How many dishes have white people made with raisins? Find out today --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/broke-till-friday/support

West of North London
Episode 68 - "Soaked Raisins"

West of North London

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 9, 2021 77:42


This week we shift from looking back to looking forward. We go through the Arsenal team and take a guess who will stay and who must go in the transfer window. We also talk about areas of need, plus those funny transfer rumors that only come up when it's a slow news day. Want to contribute some questions to our next episode? Email us at westofnorthlondon@gmail.com, find us on Twitter @wofnlondon or Youtube --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/westofnorthlondon/message

Fast Friends Talking
Raisins in the Sun

Fast Friends Talking

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 7, 2021 66:33


In this episode, Andy and Trish Ora discuss the evolution of the Black-American man's role in the home. They sit down with film producer, Ithiel Yisrael of Iron Rock Films and dive into the questions surrounding the modern day household. 

$2 Steak: A Pro Wrestling Podcast
Episode 107 - Raisins

$2 Steak: A Pro Wrestling Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 1, 2021 35:38


Interview with Mr. Addison & Chase. Mike's Hits and Misses of Baton Rouge

Brother from Another
"Somebody brought potato salad with raisins to the family picnic"

Brother from Another

Play Episode Listen Later May 27, 2021 105:02


(00:00) Holley and Smith wonder what should be done about fans after Trae Young, Russell Westbrook incidents?(28:40) The brothers review the reports Naomi Osaka won’t talk to media at 2021 French Open due to mental health (43:18) Kathryn Tappen joins the show to talk NHL Playoffs then details her career journey and inspirations(57:55) Our brother Simms stops by to weigh in on the latest NFL rumors: Aaron Rodgers trade possibilities, Julio Jones landing spots and early OTA impressions(1:17:50) Ja Morant, Trae Young, Luka Doncic announce their arrival during NBA playoffs(1:37:00) Holley and Smith revisit the career highlights for Adam Vinatieri with the Patriots and Colts, as the future Hall of Fame kicker announces his retirement from the NFL after 24 seasons.

Cory Hotline
Raisins

Cory Hotline

Play Episode Listen Later May 26, 2021 1:56


Raisins by Pet Bee

Whiskey Queens
S3 Episode 10: Wrap Up Tasting - See you in Japan!

Whiskey Queens

Play Episode Listen Later May 19, 2021 34:03


(1) Name: Black Velvet - https://www.blackvelvetwhisky.com/ Price & ABV: Purchased a 1.75 liter in DC for $13.99 pre tax -- 40% ABV 80 Proof Nose: Remarkably smooth with hints of caramel, vanilla, coconut, and rye spiciness Taste: Same as above Finish: Short and smooth (2) Name: Laphroaig 10 - https://www.laphroaig.com/en/10-year-old-sherry-oak-finish Price & ABV: ~$60 -- 43% ABV  86 Proof) Nose: Huge smoke, seaweedy, "medicinal", with a hint of sweetness Taste: Surprising sweetness with hints of salt and layers of peatiness (bold, smoky taste, followed by a hint of seaweed and a surprising sweetness) Finish: Long/Lingering (3) Name: Penedelton Midnight Price & ABV: ~$30 -- 45% ABV  90 Proof Nose: Musky notes of leather with warm cinnamon, nutmeg, cloves, and a trace of ginger. Taste: Full, well-balanced oak is paired with hints of coffee cake, nuts, caramelized bananas and candied figs. Finish: A full-bodied and satiating finish with a lingering smolder of spices, pecans and walnuts. (4) Name: Jameson - https://www.jamesonwhiskey.com/en-US/ourwhiskeys/jameson-irish-whiskey Price: ~$22 -- 40% ABV  80 Proof Nose: Vanilla and spice Taste: The perfect balance of spicy, nutty and vanilla notes with hints of sweet sherry and exceptional smoothness. Finish: Short, but smooth - minimal burn (5) Name: Glenglassaugh Revival - https://www.glenglassaugh.com/en-us/ Price & ABV: ~$60 -- 46% ABV  92 Proof Nose: Sweet caramel and toffee with notes of nutty sherry, milk chocolate and honey. Ripe plums, red berries and oranges. Caramelised sugar and earthy, charred oak. Taste: Sweet, rounded and creamy. Oranges, plums, cherry and walnuts, chocolate, honey-mead, sherry and soft, spiced oak. Finish: Medium with warming mulled-wine spices, sherry and caramel. (6) Name: Dingle Distillery - ANY https://dingledistillery.ie/ (great opportunity to try a small distillery’s vodka, gin, and whiskey) Specifically the new Single Malt Price: ~$60 -- 43.6% ABV 87 Proof Nose: Lime Zest, Chopped Mint, Sweet Pear Taste: Caramelized Apple, Raisins, Vanilla Finish: Honey Sweetness, Mixed Spice lingers on the tongue What we're (also) reading: The Complete Whiskey Course Our ultimate goal adventure: The Irish Whiskey Academy Our Instagram handles: The Show @thewhiskeyqueens | Paul @pdashton | Nick @wayfaringandwhiskey Visit us at www.whiskeyqueens.com --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/whiskeyqueens/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/whiskeyqueens/support

Phone Pranks with Jubal Fresh
The Jubal Show Promises No Raisins Were Harmed In The Making Of This Phone Prank!

Phone Pranks with Jubal Fresh

Play Episode Listen Later May 14, 2021 4:52


The Jubal Show has another Pass The Prank where they put a lady who gets her groceries delivered on hold a bunch and won't tell her the thing that MIGHT be really dangerous with her last grocery delivery! Let us know what you think on social!Follow us at: @thejubalshow @jubalfresh @thatdreas @evanontheradio

Composers Datebook
Tchaikovsky at Carnegie Hall

Composers Datebook

Play Episode Listen Later May 5, 2021 2:00


Synopsis “How do you get to Carnegie Hall?” Well, the usual reply is, “By practicing!” But back in 1891, Peter Tchaikovsky would have probably answered, “by ship”–since he had, in fact, sailed from Europe to conduct several of his pieces at the hall’s gala opening concerts. The first concert in Carnegie Hall, or as they called it back then, “The Music Hall,” occurred on today’s date in 1891, and included a performance of Tchaikovsky’s “Coronation March,” conducted by the composer. The review in the New York Herald offered these comments: “Tchaikovsky’s March... is simple, strong and sober, but not surprisingly original. The leading theme recalls the Hallelujah chorus, and the treatment of the first part is Handelian… Of the deep passion, the complexity and poetry which mark other works of Tchaikovsky, there is no sign in this march.” Oh well, in the days that followed, Tchaikovsky would conduct other works of “complexity and poetry,” including his First Piano Concerto. Tchaikovsky kept a travel diary and recorded these impressions of New York: "It is a huge city, not beautiful, but very original. In Chicago, I’m told, they have gone even further–one of the houses there has 21 floors!" Music Played in Today's Program Peter Tchaikovsky (1840 – 1893) Coronation March Boston Pops; John Williams, cond. Philips 420 804 Orchestral Suite No. 3, Op. 55 New Philharmonia; Antal Dorati, cond. Philips 464 747 On This Day Births 1819 - Polish composer Stanislaw Moniuszko, in Ubiel, province of Minsk, Russia; 1869 - German composer and conductor Hans Pfitzner, in Moscow, of German parents (Julian date: April 23); Premieres 1726 - Handel: opera "Alessandro," in London at King's Theater in the Haymarket, with the Italian soprano Faustina Bordini marking her London debut in a work by Handel (Gregorian date: May 16); 1917 - Debussy: Violin Sonata, in Paris, by violinist Gaston Poulet with the composer at the piano (his last public appearance); 1926 - Copland: Two Pieces ("Nocturne" and "Ukelele Serenade"), in Paris by violinist Samuel Dushkin with the composer at the piano; 1930 - Milhaud: opera "Christophe Colomb" (Christopher Columbus),at the Berlin State Opera; 1941 - Britten: "Paul Bunyan" (text by W.H. Auden) at Columbia University in New York City; 1945 - Barber: "I Hear an Army," "Monks and Raisins," "Nocturne,""Sure On This Shining Night," during a CBS radio broadcast, with mezzo Jennie Tourel and the CBS Symphony, composer conducting; 1946 - Douglas Moore: Symphony in A, in Paris; 1977 - George Crumb: oratorio "Star Child," by the New York Philharmonic, Pierre Boulez conducting; 1982 - Ellen Taaffe Zwilich: Symphony No. 1, at Alice Tully Hall in New York, by the American Composers Orchestra, Gunther Schuller conducting; This work won the Pulitzer Prize in 1983; 1987 - John Williams: "A Hymn to New England," by the Boston Pops conducted by the composer (recorded by the Pops and Keith Lockhardt ); 1991 - Joan Tower: "Fanfare for the Uncommon Woman" No. 3(dedicated to Frances Richard of ASCAP), at Carnegie Hall, by members of the Empire Brass and the New York Philharmonic, Zubin Mehta conducting; 2000 - Christopher Rouse: "Rapture" for orchestra, by the Pittsburgh Symphony, Mariss Jansons conducting; 2001 - Christopher Rouse: "Rapturedux" cello ensemble, by the Royal Northern College of Music Cellists in Manchester (U.K.); Others 1891 - Carnegie Hall opens in New York City with a concert that included Beethoven's "Leonore" Overture No. 3 conducted by Walter Damrosch, and Tchaikovsky's "Marche Solennelle" (Coronation March) conducted by its composer. Links and Resources On Carnegie Hall On Tchaikovsky

Composers Datebook
Tchaikovsky at Carnegie Hall

Composers Datebook

Play Episode Listen Later May 5, 2021 2:00


Synopsis “How do you get to Carnegie Hall?” Well, the usual reply is, “By practicing!” But back in 1891, Peter Tchaikovsky would have probably answered, “by ship”–since he had, in fact, sailed from Europe to conduct several of his pieces at the hall’s gala opening concerts. The first concert in Carnegie Hall, or as they called it back then, “The Music Hall,” occurred on today’s date in 1891, and included a performance of Tchaikovsky’s “Coronation March,” conducted by the composer. The review in the New York Herald offered these comments: “Tchaikovsky’s March... is simple, strong and sober, but not surprisingly original. The leading theme recalls the Hallelujah chorus, and the treatment of the first part is Handelian… Of the deep passion, the complexity and poetry which mark other works of Tchaikovsky, there is no sign in this march.” Oh well, in the days that followed, Tchaikovsky would conduct other works of “complexity and poetry,” including his First Piano Concerto. Tchaikovsky kept a travel diary and recorded these impressions of New York: "It is a huge city, not beautiful, but very original. In Chicago, I’m told, they have gone even further–one of the houses there has 21 floors!" Music Played in Today's Program Peter Tchaikovsky (1840 – 1893) Coronation March Boston Pops; John Williams, cond. Philips 420 804 Orchestral Suite No. 3, Op. 55 New Philharmonia; Antal Dorati, cond. Philips 464 747 On This Day Births 1819 - Polish composer Stanislaw Moniuszko, in Ubiel, province of Minsk, Russia; 1869 - German composer and conductor Hans Pfitzner, in Moscow, of German parents (Julian date: April 23); Premieres 1726 - Handel: opera "Alessandro," in London at King's Theater in the Haymarket, with the Italian soprano Faustina Bordini marking her London debut in a work by Handel (Gregorian date: May 16); 1917 - Debussy: Violin Sonata, in Paris, by violinist Gaston Poulet with the composer at the piano (his last public appearance); 1926 - Copland: Two Pieces ("Nocturne" and "Ukelele Serenade"), in Paris by violinist Samuel Dushkin with the composer at the piano; 1930 - Milhaud: opera "Christophe Colomb" (Christopher Columbus),at the Berlin State Opera; 1941 - Britten: "Paul Bunyan" (text by W.H. Auden) at Columbia University in New York City; 1945 - Barber: "I Hear an Army," "Monks and Raisins," "Nocturne,""Sure On This Shining Night," during a CBS radio broadcast, with mezzo Jennie Tourel and the CBS Symphony, composer conducting; 1946 - Douglas Moore: Symphony in A, in Paris; 1977 - George Crumb: oratorio "Star Child," by the New York Philharmonic, Pierre Boulez conducting; 1982 - Ellen Taaffe Zwilich: Symphony No. 1, at Alice Tully Hall in New York, by the American Composers Orchestra, Gunther Schuller conducting; This work won the Pulitzer Prize in 1983; 1987 - John Williams: "A Hymn to New England," by the Boston Pops conducted by the composer (recorded by the Pops and Keith Lockhardt ); 1991 - Joan Tower: "Fanfare for the Uncommon Woman" No. 3(dedicated to Frances Richard of ASCAP), at Carnegie Hall, by members of the Empire Brass and the New York Philharmonic, Zubin Mehta conducting; 2000 - Christopher Rouse: "Rapture" for orchestra, by the Pittsburgh Symphony, Mariss Jansons conducting; 2001 - Christopher Rouse: "Rapturedux" cello ensemble, by the Royal Northern College of Music Cellists in Manchester (U.K.); Others 1891 - Carnegie Hall opens in New York City with a concert that included Beethoven's "Leonore" Overture No. 3 conducted by Walter Damrosch, and Tchaikovsky's "Marche Solennelle" (Coronation March) conducted by its composer. Links and Resources On Carnegie Hall On Tchaikovsky

Food Talk with Tom Fitzmorris
The Food Show 04.30.2021

Food Talk with Tom Fitzmorris

Play Episode Listen Later May 5, 2021 115:52


A report on dinner at The Thorny Oyster in Bay St. Louis. And a disappointing lunch at the Anchor. Raisins, Arthur Godfrey, and Amtrak's 50th anniversary..

The Rock Boone
Grapes to Raisins

The Rock Boone

Play Episode Listen Later May 2, 2021 63:30


The Language of Business
Stupid Raisins and Final Cut – LOB 203

The Language of Business

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 30, 2021 17:17


Video is exploding...from kids on Tik-Tok to media professionals to retirees memorializing vacation trips. In this episode of The Language of Business host Greg Stoller talks with Dylan Higginbotham, Owner and Chief "Raisin Hater" at Stupid Raisins, and Dustin Danesi, Content Creation Wizard about the best tools for killer video editing. Host Greg Stoller "Chief Raisin Hater" Dylan Higginbotham  Content Creation Wizard Dustin Danesi   Support for The Language of Business is from  

The Rouxde Cooking School Podcast

John and Jeni try to right the wrongs that are being perpetrated against raisins. They talk about their history, how they're produced, the various types and what Pliny the Elder thought we should do with them. We finish with the story of one of the greatest bands of the 1980's: The California Raisins. Thanks for listening!!!

The Biggs & Barr Show
What Should Be Taught? | 7/10 Split JACKED | Raisins… Again

The Biggs & Barr Show

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 13, 2021 55:45


What Should They Actually Teach In Schools? | The Latest | The Best Movie Theme Songs | OttaWHAT? | 7/10 Split Had People JACKED! | Joke Text | Chris Has Some Raisin Support | Instant Answer Question Time

The Biggs & Barr Show
Lawn Mower Trek | Raisins In Carrot Cake? | Best Phone Line Wins

The Biggs & Barr Show

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 12, 2021 46:19


Big Wind Day | The Latest | Lawn Mower Across Florida | OttaWHAT? | A DUGY Kinda Day | Best Phone Line Wins | Someone Is Failing Us Thus Far | Instant Answer Question Time

Broadway Breakdown
A LITTLE NIGHT MUSIC w/ Charlotte Maltby

Broadway Breakdown

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 8, 2021 112:02


"RAISINS!!" The Sondheim Streak continues with one of the songwriter's biggest hits: A LITTLE NIGHT MUSIC! Podcast alum Charlotte Maltby (THE SOUND OF MUSIC) returns to discuss all things delightful about the one Sondheim musical even your grandmother will love! Plus Matt and Charlotte get into how NIGHT MUSIC spawned Sondheim's biggest pop hit, Matt's personal connection to the original Broadway company, and what teen movie Matt thinks you should watch if you've been cast in NIGHT MUSIC. Hi Ho the Glamorous life!!

Grayson & Mason: The Weekly Checklist

The boys checkoff Checklist Inception, some strange traditions and rank the MCU's best films!

Motorcycle Men
Episode 279 - Why Digital Magazines & Raisins Suck

Motorcycle Men

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 31, 2021 91:30


March 30, 2021Hello Goys and Birls,Another lovely day here in the V-Twin Cafe.This week:H.O.G. Magazine goes digital and Pisses Ted offNational DaysChris got his bike back and we rodeMotorcycle podcasters ChallengePan America on the Assembly LineTobacco Motorwear makes GQ magazine​​​​​​​Ride of the day - Tunnel of Trees, MichiganGeographyBinitNo Quiz this week.Special Thanks to our Sponsors:  Tobacco Motorwear  /  Shinko Tires /  Scorpion Helmets /  Wild-Ass Seats / UClear Digital CommunicationsThe Motorcycle Men Support David's Dream and Believe Cancer Foundation The Gold Star Ride Foundation  GET YOUR MOTORCYCLE MEN SHIRTS HERE!!! /  Get your Motorcycle Men Neck Gator and Mug here!! Don't forget to get over and check out Ride With Ted over on the Ride with Ted Channel on YouTube.      Thanks for listening, we greatly appreciate you support. Ride Safe and remember....  We say stupid crap so you don't have to.Support the show (https://www.paypal.com/donate/?token=zPl7v5FjoO6fCov5rwbFo35sxmoOIUqUhcR1q1UVtP34xAVolJzW0aJ6GNSdljsPAT4MC0&fromUL=true&country.x=US&locale.x=en_US)

It's Always Stockholm In Los Angeles
29. Sweet Dee's ****** * ******** ******

It's Always Stockholm In Los Angeles

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 25, 2021 56:59


CW: the title of this episode should give you warning that we talk about insensitivity towards intellectual disability and we also discuss the lyrics of Nightman which allude to sexual assault.   Granola, Oreos, Raisins and Peanuts: we discuss cancel culture, the Arquettes and debut our new show intro "The Devils Prayer"

Awesome Today
Raisins, Chocolate and Eating Bugs

Awesome Today

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 24, 2021 46:02


March 24, 2021. Raisins dipped in chocolate. Coughing bullets. Mailing obscene things. Aliens. Phones that stop working. Cicadas, and more aliens. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

The BOB & TOM Show Free Podcast
B&T Extra: Raisins on Pizza?

The BOB & TOM Show Free Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 18, 2021 18:57


On this Bob & Tom Extra: We have comedian Alli Breen, elevator encounters, and raisins on pizza! Support the show: https://members.bobandtom.com/pcd/document?iid=99001I**GTZ See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Kame House Podcast
Don't Drag Me to Another World While My Hair is Still Wet After I Just Got Out of the Shower

The Kame House Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 10, 2021 122:21


Raisins don't belong in potato salad.

Tamsen and Dan Read the Paper
Episode 212: Gin-Soaked Raisins!

Tamsen and Dan Read the Paper

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 3, 2021 54:06


Thank you, Lucia!  Finding the Williamsburg Bray School.  HEB - a grocery store to count on.  Frick goes Minimal!  Garage Fridge People.  Magnificent mosaic.  Gimme back my (Picasso) tapestry!  Baseball thinking.  Dan's favorite: Batman. Credits: Talent:  Tamsen Granger and Dan Abuhoff Engineer:  Ellie Suttmeier Art:  Zeke Abuhoff      

Healthy Tips After 50 Podcast
Worse Than the Dirty Dozen

Healthy Tips After 50 Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 2, 2021 13:30


Worse Than the Dirty Dozen Today’s show brings us up to date on one of the Environmental Working Group’s (EWG) dirtiest food. They reported on the Department of Agriculture’s 2020 pesticide residue tests on fruits and vegetables and for the first time the DOA included raisins in their tests. When the EWG compared the raisin results with those on the Dirty Dozen list they found that it was worse than all of them and would rank #1 if it was included in the list - which it isn’t because it is considered to be a processed food. 99% of conventional raisins and 91% of organic raisins tested positive for two or more pesticides. The EWG’s recommendations were to eat organic raisins if you want or have to have raisins but otherwise try and eat prunes (especially organic prunes) instead. Go here to listen to my previous podcast on the EWG Dirty Dozen and Clean Fifteen - https://healthytipsafter50.com/buying-organic-food/ Go here to read the EWG’s full report on raisins - https://www.ewg.org/foodnews/raisins.php 

The Morning Stream
TMS 2075: Sippin on Gin and Raisins

The Morning Stream

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 1, 2021 116:00


Don't put all your eggs in one a-hole. Get Some Johnson and Johnson in your Johnson. Same Story, Irregardless Of Man Or Lady Parts! Assassin's Creed: Enema. Rectum? Darn Near Scrambled 'Em! Build a Bot to Lick your Butt. What Was The Egg That Broke The Camel's Anus?? How do you make Egg Salad? Warning! Lacquer thinner is not, I repeat NOT, a haircare product. I Still Don't Have Arthritis! Thanks Raisins! Do you like new country or racist country? Isn'€™t there a chimp who is a detective called something Chimp? Terminae. There should only be one, highlander Film and more on this episode of The Morning Stream.

The FrogPants Studios Ultra Feed!
TMS 2075: Sippin on Gin and Raisins

The FrogPants Studios Ultra Feed!

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 1, 2021 116:00


Don't put all your eggs in one a-hole. Get Some Johnson and Johnson in your Johnson. Same Story, Irregardless Of Man Or Lady Parts! Assassin's Creed: Enema. Rectum? Darn Near Scrambled 'Em! Build a Bot to Lick your Butt. What Was The Egg That Broke The Camel's Anus?? How do you make Egg Salad? Warning! Lacquer thinner is not, I repeat NOT, a haircare product. I Still Don't Have Arthritis! Thanks Raisins! Do you like new country or racist country? Isn'€™t there a chimp who is a detective called something Chimp? Terminae. There should only be one, highlander Film and more on this episode of The Morning Stream.

Bed By 9: Pop Culture Pillow Talk
Two Scoops of Raisins

Bed By 9: Pop Culture Pillow Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 25, 2021 89:25


Heav and Keith discuss episode 7 of WandaVision, The Falcon and the Winter Soldier trailers, Season 3 of American Gods, and Malcolm and Marie.

The Ernie Brown Show
The Ernie Brown Show: Gin soaked raisins is the key to beating COVID-19

The Ernie Brown Show

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 24, 2021 12:11


I never would have guessed! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Armstrong and Getty
Gin Soaked Raisins

Armstrong and Getty

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 24, 2021 39:16


Hour 3 of A&G turns away from wall-to-wall Tiger coverage for lesser stories, such as: the solar winds hack, longevity advice from an old lady, FL vs. CA and how pork is back in DC. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com

Netflix Is A Daily Joke
Brian Regan: A Joke about Raisins

Netflix Is A Daily Joke

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 23, 2021 2:09


Brian Regan jokes about raisins in his Netflix special, "On the Rocks".

Pop Fashion
Good Ol' Raisins and Peanuts Fashion

Pop Fashion

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 6, 2021 44:38


Fendi's latest collection has a literary connection, men are wearing suits to work from home, and Gorpcore is here to take normcore up a notch. L'Occitane filed for Chapter 11, Belk is getting ready to file for bankruptcy, and we discuss a small Twitter battle between two retailers. Come hang out! 

TANcast
TANcast 544 – See? Now You’re Adding Raisins, Andy

TANcast

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 2, 2021 73:19


This week, Andy gets a tornado warning, Noah jams out to a Hulu commercial, Tim does an AMAZING impression of Cory Hart, and the boys talk episode 4 of Wandavision, [CONTENT WARNING] TANcast features mature language and immature hosts but is NOT a representation of the stand up act of Tim Babb. Listener discretion is […] The post TANcast 544 - See? Now You're Adding Raisins, Andy first appeared on TANcast.