The Daily GLOB: Uppercrust Bakery, Art & About: MUD, BHS Theater, UF Gallery reception, Chaya Veda classes, CMC Poetry Jam, Women in food & drink, Sandhill Crane migration, Randy Newman

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Happy Thursday!

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GLOBmaster2017Good morning GLOBers!  Thursdays have turned special for the GLOB Master because I get to talk tunes with my fellow GLOBers.  You know, important things like today in 1973 1973, Dr Hook And The Medicine Show got their picture on the cover of Rolling Stone magazine after their hit, The Cover of Rolling Stone reached No. 6 on the US singles chart. According to members of the group, they really did buy five copies for their mothers, just like the song said.   Hmmm, I remember being at a Fla vs Ga tailgate party at my big brother's home in Jacksonvile and I am pretty sure he played that tune at least six times in a row, laughing harder every time he started it over. Now those were some parties that could have made the cover of Rolling Stone magazine.

 

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ARTISTRY: An Evening With Friends - The University Gallery in UF's Fine Arts Building, 400 SW 13th St. presents an evening of art, artists, friends tonight at 8:00 featuring  the MFA Thesis Candidates Exhibition and the Presentation: Art History Today/Art History Tomorrow.  There will be curated silent auction, specialty cocktails, Hors d'oeuvres, and limited edition prints available for you consideration.

 

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WE WILL ROCK YOU!, Buchholz Players, Buchholz High School.  Tonight at 8:00  the Buchholz Players close their season with the high-energy rock musical by the band Queen; We Will Rock You! The Buchholz Players are only the second High School Theater Troupe in the southern and southeastern United States to bring Queen’s power ballades to the stage. In the year 2302, on the I-Planet formerly called Earth, people aren’t allowed to make their own music. All forms of original music are illegal and has been replaced by computer-generated pop from the corporation. Many Queen hits are in the show including Bohemian Rhapsody, Another One Bites the Dust, I Want It All and many more. FOLLOW THIS LINK for more information.

 

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032918ChayaAYURVEDIC EDUCATION AND COACHING WITH CHAYA:  Re-Engineer Habits and Up-Level Your Health and Well Being in 6 Weeks With Chaya Sharon-Heller.  Exploring larger evidence-base for contemporary Ayurveda is being studied extensively. Ram Harsh Singh in the International Journal of Ayurveda Research states:

Ayurveda represents the most ancient and classical knowledge base pertaining to life science, health and cure.  It seems to have been the world view of its time, although  subsequently the world view of this knowledge base shrank to India  alone and India remained its sole custodian till the end of the 20th century. Ayurveda once again is gaining global relevance  As a result of taking this course students will be able to develop an individualized daily routines that include diet, lifestyle and practical tools to thrive, engineer habits for self-care that lead to transformation, good health, peace, and vitality; and unlock their healing and creative potential:

Date: April 3rd-May 8th, 2018-UF Health, Facilities Administration Building,1281 Newell Dr, Gainesville, FL 32610. (Free parking in front of the building).
Time: 6:00pm-8:00pm
Course Fee: $165, includes course manual with weekly worksheets
 
Date: April 7th-Ma. y 12th, 2018-Gainesville Health and Fitness, 4820 W Newberry Rd, Gainesville, FL 32607Free parking.
Time: 10:00am-noon
Course Fee: $165, includes course manual with weekly worksheets.

(Discount available for GHF members, contact them to register)

Got lunch plans GLOBers?  It is suppose to be another beautiful day deep down in Florida, perfect for lunching outdoors.  Tell me where you will be and the GLOB Master will provide all the brain food you can consume fresh and ready to enjoy . . .

 

Today in the GLOB!

Uppercrust Bakery

The UC Bakery literally has glass cabinets of pastries and sweets that puts them -- in my opinion -- at the top of sugary dessert wonderfulness. Check out this berry topped, sugar crystal flecked, butter cream frosting, three layer cake with cream cheese and vanilla bean filling, - READ MORE

Women changing food & drink

In honor of Women's History Month the Food & Wine website is showcasing the chefs, creators and businesswomen in these 13 stories of women changing the food and drink world. - READ MORE

Amazing Sandhill Crane migration

The Mother Nature Network website reports on hundreds of thousands of cranes gather every year in Nebraska with 14 photos of one of the most amazing migrations in the world.  - READ MORE

 

 

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ART & ABOUT: MUD - Gainesville' artistic elder Carlos Francisco Asse teams with theater's prolific, 'unsung' Cuba born playwright, Maria Irene Fornes to create a mesmerizing story of indigent co-existence in this final weekend's production of the Actors' Warehouse MUD.

 

POETRYjam

CIVIC MEDIA CENTER POETRY JAM:  Gainesville’s longest-running open poetry reading. Every Thursday since 1994. All styles of poetry, spoken word, acoustic music and a cappella singing, performance art and more, Bring your friends for a night of artistic expression. Registration begins at 7:00, readings begin at 8:00.  A $3-$5.00 donation is appreciated.

 

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I remembering Randy Newman being one of my first music finds along with Ry Cooder.  In fact it was Ry Cooder backing up Newman on several of the songs on Mr. Newman's disk that made me stop and listen to this clever, cynical song writer.  12 Songs includes great songs with tunes like Burn Down The Corn Field, Momma Told Me Not to come and Yellow Man.


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An anomaly among early-'70s singer/ songwriters, Randy Newman may have been slightly influenced by Bob Dylan, but his music owed more to New Orleans R&B and traditional pop than folk. Newman developed an idiosyncratic style that alternated between sweeping, cinematic pop and rolling R&B, which were tied together by his nasty sense of humor.

Born into a musical family -- his uncles Alfred and Lionel were both noted film composers -- Randy Newman had become a professional songwriter by the time he was 17, working for a California publishing house. Newman pursued a B.A. in music from UCLA, but he dropped out of college when his friend Lenny Waronker landed him a record contract with Reprise Records. His eponymous debut album received little attention upon its 1968 release, but over the next few years, his reputation as a songwriter grew as Judy Collins, Dusty Springfield, and Peggy Lee recorded his songs. Three Dog Night took his Mama Told Me Not to Come to number one in 1970, the same year Harry Nilsson recorded an entire album of Randy's songs, Nilsson Sings Newman.

The Actors' Warehouse production of MUD has me thinking about the bottom dwelling living experience in our excessive, materialistic world.   No one explains it better than Randy Newman, and his sharp, sarcastic wit evokes broad smiles that cover up the pain, hurt, guilt I experience:

They say that people are livin' in the street
No food in their belly, no shoes on their feet
Six black children livin' in a burned-up room
One bare light bulb swinging
Little black kid come home from school
Put his key in the door
Mr. Rat's on the stairway, Mr. Junkie's lyin' in his
Own vomit on the floor
You gotta roll with the punches, little black boy
That's what you got to do
You got to roll with the punches
- Roll With The Punches
-- Randy Newman

 

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If you're still hungry and need a good lunch idea FOLLOW THIS LINK to Gainesville's Lunch Out Blog Instagram page.  This is where the GLOB's Image Editor Erica Corbett takes great pleasure in sharing amazingly looking, deliciously yummy images of what we are thinking about, contemplating seriously, and eventually eating for lunch in the Urban GLOB.

Have a thoroughly therrififc 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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