The Daily GLOB: Indian Cuisine, St. Aug. Music fest, Blackadder Bingo, Salsa dancing, CMC Poetry Jam, UF Graduate art exhibition, Running benefits older women, You carbon footprint and the ocean, David Wilcox

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Volume 7, Day 187, Thursday, August 24, 2017
 
 
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Blue Agave is now just about the best Mexican food in the N.W. part of town. I've had take-out 3 times and last week took some European visitors and were as impressed as I (again)
Their Carnitas, moist, tender and flavorful, chile verde, aromatic and delicious, beans and rice, also held their own. I inquired where the owners were from and they cook Jalisco style, my mother's neck of the woods. So, I'll be back again and again.

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Happy Thursday!

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GLOBmaster2017Good Morning GLOBers  "And I would say it to your face if I knew you could take it."  Have you ever woke up in the morning with a tune in your head.  I am completely jazzed about Lake St. Dive coming to St. Augustine for the Sing Out Loud Music Festival September 8 - 23.    This is a very good group of original, schooled artists with a refreshing, jazz influenced feel to some really good tunes. Plus the amazing lead singer Rachael Price has crooned her way to the GLOB Master's heart.  

 

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BLACKADDER BINGO: Blackadder Brewing Company is hosting for you and your family: Bingo night. Fun & prizes, Latin American Fusion Food Truck will be on site with their tasty eats.

 

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SALSA DANCE CLASSES: the UF Center for Arts & Medicine is offering Salsa dance classes for teens and adults Thursdays at UF Healthstreet, 2401 SW Archer Rd. Instructed by Danielle Grinberg these dance classes promote health and wellness through classic salaa dance movements. FOLLOW THIS LINK for more information.

 

 

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2017 Studio Graduate Invitational Exhibition -  4Most Gallery and the School of Art + Art History presents 2017 Studio Graduate Invitational Exhibition in the 4Most Gallery August 25 - September 15. A free opening reception for 2017 Studio Graduate Invitational Exhibition will take place in the 4Most Gallery on August 25, 2017, 7-10 pm.

Where are we eating lunch GLOBers?  Tell me where you will be and I will bring all the yummy brain food you can consume, fresh and ready to enjoy . .

 

Today in the GLOB!

Indian Cuisine

This culturally correct SW 34th St. lunch stop will impress you with style, attention to detail and unbelievably delicious Indian cuisine.   - READ MORE

Running benefits older women

Regenerating bone density is not the hottest trend for being young and healthy in your 50s. But it should be. - READ MORE

About your carbon footprint, seafood

According to a Ted Talk the ocean absorbs about 25% of the carbon dioxide present in the air. If the ocean didn't take in some of this greenhouse gas, we would experience even more on-land consequences.  - READ MORE

 

 

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ARGENTINA'S BUBBLING CHEESE; "We gathered around a long table at the bustling parrilla El Pobre Luis. I was warned to prepare for a night of feasting. The first item to arrive was not meat, however. It was a grilled piece of cheese — a typical Argentine appetizer called provoleta, fragrant with oregano, crisped and browned at the edges, and starting to ooze."

 


080717PoetryJamCIVIC MEDIA CENTER POETRY JAM: Gainesville’s longest-running open poetry reading. Every Thursday evening at 8:00 PM since 1994. All styles of poetry, acoustic music and a capella singing, spoken word, performance art and more! Bring your friends for a night of artistic expression. Sign-up begins at 7:00, readings start at 8:00, A $3-$5 donation is appreciated.

 

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I love Civic Media Center Poetry Jam Thursday’s and talking song writers with you GLOBers.  David Wilcox is a gifted song writer and when I hear his songs on the kPIG they stop me in my tracks as I try to sort out the feelings -- often troubling --  his songs are expressing.
 
From ALLMUSIC.com:

082417WilcoxACleveland-born singer songwriter David Wilcox was inspired to play guitar after watching a fellow student play in a stairwell at Antioch College in Yellow Springs, OH. Transferring to Warren Wilson College in Asheville, NC, in 1981, Wilcox began taking music seriously. Although he took four lessons with a classical guitarist, Wilcox developed most of his playing technique on his own. In addition to being inspired by Joni Mitchell to play in a variety of tunings, he designed a capo that produced an unusual sound by leaving one or more strings unaltered.

I had to look up the term co-dependent just to make sure I was classifying the person correctly in David Wilcox's tragic song Guilty Either Way.  Much like Neil Young’s BANDIT, GUILTY sends me back to my head injury days and bad feelings of depression, hopelessness, despair, giving up.  And yet I listen intently wanting a positive outcome for the sad, miserable situation unfolding in this song.  What’s up with that doctor:


I don't want to be the one to get that call
Some early morning
When they find you dead of more than you can take
I don't want to be the one
To dry your children's tears of mourning
And try to find some lie to cover your mistake
It’s wrong to try to fix you, and wrong to turn away
I'm guilty, guilty either way
- Guilty
-- David Wilcox

 

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Have a thoroughly therrific Thursday lunch GLOBers and I will see ya right here tomorrow for the best darn day of the week.

Mike Sanford, GLOB Editor

email me: misanford@gatorglob.com

 
 
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