The Daily GLOB: Garlic & Ginger, Annual Guest Chef Benefit, Live story telling, CMC Poetry Jam, Yoga with Jackie, Best cooking show, CSN&Y

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Hi Mike, Thank you for your article and bringing to light the root cause of the "Me too" problem that women live with, yes, on a regular basis. It's time we start addressing things from the root causes rather than surface distractions from it. I recently heard a poem titled "For the women of Long Island", where the author states, I didn't sit my daughter down, but I sat my son down and told him that if he ever made a woman uncomfortable, she would put his hand in a meat slicer and make a hero out of him!' We shouldn't have to sit our daughters down to teach them how to defend themselves against men's shortcomings, and provide support when they have been mistreated, but rather address, build and teach our boys and future men, that it's not cool to offend women, and the value and importance of respecting and honoring them. Then perhaps they might receive the respect and honor they are really longing for, no one gets hurt and we all win.

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Happy Thursday!

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GLOBmaster2017Food morning GLOBers!  The GLOB Master is more than a little excited about attending the 17th Annual Guest Chef Cocktail Party Benefiting Peaceful Paths Domestic Abuse Network.  You can enjoy 30 delicious recipes from kitchens all over Gainesville while supporting victims of domestic violence.  YUM!  What an excellent  idea.  Hope to see ya there GLOBers.

 

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LIVE STORY TELLING EVENT:  Tonight at 7:00 in the Florida Museum of Natural History, 3215 Hull Road. the museum In partnership with Guts & Glory GNV presents s an evening of live, original, true, first-person storytelling.  Participants must be 18 years or older. The program fee includes admission to the permanent exhibits and a seat for the show. Food and beverages will be available at a cash bar provided by Dos Mamas Catering and food trucks, including the Latin American Fusion Food TruckFOLLOW THIS LINK gfor more informartion

 

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BO DIDDLEY YOGA:  Every Thursday at 6pm on the Bo Diddley Plaza  Jackie Morone leads this FREE combination Hatha/Vinyasa yoga class. The  focus is always be on basic postures and breathing techniques,while incorporating a few dynamic poses for fun and challenge. Beginner yogis are encouraged but all levels are welcome to join. Please dress comfortably, bring a yoga mat, any props you may need, water, and an open heart. Donations appreciated. Hope to see you there!.

 

 

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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.

 

What's for lunch GLOBers?  Tell me where to meet ya because I have more brain food than you can shake a fork at fresh and ready to enjoy . . .

 

Today in the GLOB!

Garlic & Ginger

The GLOB's Eating Adventurer was looking for Korean in this case bulgogi. After some debate the Bulgogi Dolsot Bibimbap was a solid traditional option, as well as an seafood pancake appetizer. - READ MORE

30 thirty minute dinners

The PureWow website presents a slideshow of 30 thirty-minute dinners to make every night in April including Chili-Maple-Lime Salmon with Forbidden Rice.  - READ MORE

Am I contagious?

The New York Times Well columnist was asked, "recently, a friend — with a hoarse voice, a cough and a stuffy nose — told me, Don’t worry. I’m not contagious.” Is she right?  - READ MORE

 

 

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NETFLIX COOKING SHOW BEST FOODIE SHOW:  Nailed It is the food competition show celebrating terrible home bakers
and it's the Netflix series for when you need something a little less serious than Chef's Table.

 

POETRYjam
If it is Thursday tonight is Poetry Jam night at the Civic Media Center.  Gainesville’s longest-running open poetry reading. Every Thursday at 8PM 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.  Sign-up starts at 7:00, readings begin at 6:00 A $3-$5 donation is appreciated.

 

 

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Walking with my pal Jon Roosenraad last week I mentioned it was staring to bother me all my rock and roll heroes were dying.   In his typical eloquent way he made the point grief is just a part of being so darn old.    Then I heard the Traveling Wilbury's singing later in the week and I thought of Tom Petty, George Harrison, and Roy Orbison playing in Rock & Roll's house band in heaven.

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040518WilBurys250Reversing the usual process by which groups break up and give way to solo careers, the Traveling Wilburys are a group made up of solo stars. The group was organized by former Beatle George Harrison, former Electric Light Orchestra leader Jeff Lynne, Bob Dylan, Tom Petty, and Roy Orbison, thus representing three generations of rock stars. In 1988, the five (who had known each other for years) came together to record a Harrison B-side single and ended up writing and recording an album on which they shared lead vocals. It turned out to be a way to transcend the high expectations made of any of them as individuals, and a delighted public sent the album to number three, with two singles, Handle With Care and End of the Line hitting the charts. Unfortunately, Orbison died of a heart attack only a few weeks after the album's release. What a time to see the great video of the Wilbury's riding on a train crooning a great rendition of  End Of The Line.  Then they show an empty rocking chair where Roy O. would have been sitting.  Tom P., George H., Roy O., all gone.  And that moves me just thinking about it GLOBers . . .

You can sit around and wait for the phone to ring (end of the line)
Waiting for someone to tell you everything (end of the line)
Sit around and wonder what tomorrow will bring (end of the line)
Maybe a diamond ring
- End of the line
-- Traveling Wilburys

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Have a thoroughly therrific Thursday lunch GLOBer 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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