The Daily GLOB: Meatless Monday: Tijuana Flats, Go Gators, CMC Monday Movie, Music Assoc. Workshop, Bo Diddley Yoga, Heart of artichokes, Boosting smoothie game, Fast food help needed

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Volume 8, Day 15, Friday, May 7, 2018

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Good morning GLOBers and a Happy Monday to you all.   Have you been following the University of Florida National Champions Gator Baseball team? With one week left in the regular season the Mighty Gators have on weekend stand left again the University of Georgia Bulldogs here in Hoggetowne.  On the season, UF is 38-11 overall and still in first place in the SEC with an 18-6 league record. Now The GLOB Master thinks Baseball gets fun when every game matters.  GATOR FACTOID:  JJ Schwarz extended his reached base streak to 22 games Sunday – the longest active streak on the roster. He finished 1-for-3 on the day with a walk and run scored. FOLLOW THIS LINK for more information. GO GATORS!




CMC Movie MondayAzania! The People, the Land, the Revolution!  is tonight's Civic Media Center 7:00 feature.  In December 2002, Chairman Omali Yeshitela of the African People's Socialist Party & the African Socialist International, addressed the Eight Congress of the Pan Africanist Congress of Azania. In his well received presentation, Chairman Omali lays bare the role of the State, Imperialism, and the importance of the developing an organization based on the principles of African Internationalism.  Presented by the Uhuru Solidarity Movement, as a fundraiser for The Reparations Tour, coming to Gainesville on May 9th!



Gainesville Music Association Public Symposium & Workshop:  Tonight at 6:30 pm at Aurora Downtown, 109 SE 4th Ave. Join your music community the first Monday of every month for a workshop on a carefully developed aspect of different areas of the music business. Events begin with a presentation and workshop on a thoughtfully researched topic that our organization thinks will genuinely help our music community.  After the workshop, the meeting is an open forum moderated discussion on whatever topics YOU think we should be talking about. You can ask a good question, ask a "dumb" question, present an idea for a workshop, present an idea for an event, or just come say thanks to everyone for being so cool and helpful. It's a great place to network.  There is no cost to the public to attend these events.



Bo Diddley Monday Yoga -  This evening at 6:00  This free yoga class welcomes all levels of practice tonight at 6:00 pm.  Join instructor Kate Motto for a yoga class at Bo Diddley Plaza. Bring a mat / towel and drinking water. All levels of practice welcome! Donations appreciated. (Rain or shine!)



What's for lunch GLOBers.  Since it is the break between college semesters We will be publishing Midtown lunch reviews to get you one into the middle of  Gator land to try some of the 'usuallyhard' to get to lunch spots.  Tell me where you will be lunching out and I will deliver all the brain food you can absorb fresh and ready to enjoy . . .


Today in the GLOB!

Meatless Monday: Tijuana Flats

Carumba GLOBers! My TF Taco Salad in a whole wheat tortilla shell, spring mix greens, cheese, refried beans, guacamole, and a side of salsa is a fantastic lunch. At the 'wall of sauce' I always choose a green, and red sauce to enhance my lunch time flavors. YUM! - READ MORE

Getting to the heart of artichokes

Trimming artichokes is a time-consuming process and can seem wasteful, but the payoff is big.  However biting into a well-trimmed artichoke, is one of the best things about springtime eating — the joys of asparagus, peas and ramps included. - READ MORE

Boosting your smoothie game

Check out this handy smoothie guide to help get you blending like a pro. A basic smoothie is quick and easy containing three essential elements: a liquid, a base and a chill factor. To take your blends to the next level, maximizing nutrient density and to amp up the “wow” flavor factor.  - READ MORE




YOUNG WORKERS NOT INTERESTED IN FAST FOOD JOBS:   Jeffrey Kaplow works behind the counter of the Subway store he owns in Lower Manhattan. Finding employees has been a challenge for him, as it has been for many small-business owners.



MEATLESS MONDAY FACTOID: In developing countries, up to 95% of public wastewater and 70% of industrial waste is flushed into surface water without treatment. With limited freshwater resources, many cities use this untreated water for agriculture.



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 marvelous Monday lunch GLOBers and and I will see ya right here Tuesday morning.

Mike Sanford, GLOB Editor

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