The Daily GLOB: Chopsticks Bistro, National Clam Chowder Day, Black Lips, The Red Horse, Book Festival, Gut Health, Secrets of Marmalade, The Salmon Sisters, GLOB MUSIC FACTOID

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Volume 9, Day 33, Tuesday, January 21, 2020
 
 
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Happy Tuesday!

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Hello GLOBers and how are you this Tuesday morning? Did you know today was National Clam Chowder Day?  Where do you get your favorite bowl of clam chowder?  New England clam chowder is a milk- or cream-based chowder, commonly made with potatoes, onion, and clams. Including tomatoes is shunned; a 1939 bill making tomatoes in clam chowder illegal was introduced in the Maine legislature..  Hmmm, Nothing warms the body up like a good bowl of creamy chowder loaded with clams and potaties.  That sounds like a good lunch idea right at the moment. Let's meet at you favorote soup shop for lunch and we can talk of the virtues of a good bowel of chowder.

 

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Black Lips / The Walkers / The Amphetamines - Tonight at 8:00 at the High Dive downtown on SE 2nd Ave the Atlanta flower punk pioneers Black Lips were born of DIY ethic, working their way from sweaty basement shows in Georgia to huge crowds at international music festivals to tours in such far flung locales as India, Jordan, Cyprus, Egypt, Lebanon, Iraqi Kurdistan, the United Arab Emirates, and many more. And now they are making their way to Gainesville to rock the High Dive Stage!   Tickets available online, at Hear Again Records ($1 FEE), and at the High Dive box office (NO FEES!).

 

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Red Horse at the Phillips Center for the Performing Arts - Bring together three of the most respected singer-songwriters in the American folk scene, and something magical happens.  Comprised of veteran musicians Eliza Gilkyson, John Gorka, and Lucy Kaplansky, the group started as a way for three longtime friends to cover each other’s songs and breath new life into old favorites. With sophisticated instrumentation and gorgeous harmonies, Red Horse’s music overflows with all the wonder of great songwriting.  General Admission:  7pm $50, 9pm $35,  UF Students $10.

 

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Sunshine State Book Festival - Showcasing 75 area authorsSFC Fine Arts HallChildren’s Corner for storytelling and activities – Hourly author talks & FREE book drawings.  Festival produced by the Writers Alliance of Gainesville.

What is you lunch today GLOBer, are you getting a bowl of clam chowder celebrate the day?  Remember to take along your fair share of brain food for lunch.

 

Today in the GLOB!

Chop Stix Bistro 

In the GLOB Master's opinion Thornebrook's SW corner with Chopstix Bistro and Formaggio's Bistro & Wine Bar and their patios, umbrellas, shaded, and spacious seating is a beautiful place for an intimate lunch of conversation and friendship.  - READ MORE

Gut health is now the rage

Gut health is all the rage. It’s probably why you landed on this page. But if you’re like us, you probably need a little refresher on why this emerging science is so important. - READ MORE

The secrets of Marmalade

Marmalade is an entire world, a rabbit hole with no escape hatch. And somehow I’ve landed the role of Alice, stumbling through groves of boiling theory and orchards of shred method, wondering at the scale of this eccentric subculture. - READ MORE

 

 

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Salmon Sisters fighting for a good fish future - Alaska produces more wild seafood than all the other states combined—and its strict conservation practices and pristin marine waters set it apart on the global market. The state has written sustainable fishing practices into its constitution, and many entities collaborate to make sure fish are caught by methods that maintain fish stocks and minimize harm to the plants and animals in the marine environment.

 

 

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Daily GLOB MUSIC FACTOID -January 23rd, 1971 George Harrison became the first solo Beatle to have a No.1 when ' My Sweet Lord went to the top of the UK single charts. The song from his All Things Must Pass album stayed at No.1 for five weeks. The track returned to the top of the UK charts in 2002, following his death.

 

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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 totally tubluar Tuesday lunch GLOBer and the GLOB Master will see ya right here here Wednesday morning.

Mike Sanford, GLOB Editor

email me: misanford@gatorglob.com

 
 
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