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Doors Swing Open for Women and Minorities at Top Ranks of American Theater

Artistic directors, the faces of local theater and tastemakers in their communities, have long been white men who have held the posts for many years. That’s changing.
Tags: News, Theater, Maria, Padron, Stephanie, Sharif, Garrett, Jacob, Hana, Ybarra, Long Wharf Theater, Soulpepper Theater Co, Nataki, Goyanes, Actors Theater of Louisville, Woolly Mammoth Theater Co


Doors Swing Open for Women and People of Color at Top Ranks of American Theater

Artistic directors, the faces of local theater and tastemakers in their communities, have long been white men who have held the posts for many years. That’s changing.
Tags: News, Theater, Maria, Padron, Stephanie, Sharif, Garrett, Jacob, Hana, Ybarra, Long Wharf Theater, Soulpepper Theater Co, Nataki, Goyanes, Actors Theater of Louisville, Woolly Mammoth Theater Co


Doors Open for Women and People of Color at Top Ranks of American Theater

Artistic directors, the faces of local theater and tastemakers in their communities, have long been white men who have held the posts for many years. That’s changing.
Tags: News, Theater, Maria, Padron, Stephanie, Sharif, Garrett, Jacob, Hana, Ybarra, Long Wharf Theater, Soulpepper Theater Co, Nataki, Goyanes, Actors Theater of Louisville, Woolly Mammoth Theater Co


A pleasure to burn: Why do people like spicy foods?

Humans are the only animals known to willingly eat foods that cause irritation, discomfort, and even pain.Theories for why range from thrill-seeking behavior to an evolutionary adaptation for seeking foods that reduce pathogens.Taste results from an interplay of genes, culture, memory, and personality, a complex design that scientists are only now beginning to understand. None If a Martian anthropologist found its way to a Clifton Chili Club Chili Eating Contest, it would discover one the univer...
Tags: Psychology, Food, Europe, Earth, Bacteria, Nature, Birds, Innovation, Evolution, University of Pennsylvania, Sherman, University Of Southern California, Evolutionary Psychology, Microbes, Biomechanics, Padron


Paleo Creole Gumbo That is Actually The Best Gumbo I Ever Had

INGREDIENTS 2 pounds tail-on shrimp 3 slices bacon 4 onions, fine-chopped in food processor 4 cloves garlic, fine-chopped, but don't do them same time as onion 2 bay leaves 6 plump Padron peppers, fine-diced (scoop out the seeds, lazy version is fine). This is my California brainstorm, and it was... [Author: Susie Bright]
Tags: California, Blogging, Padron, Susie Bright


Paleo Creole Gumbo That is Actually The Best Gumbo I Ever Had

INGREDIENTS 2 pounds tail-on shrimp 3 slices bacon 4 onions, fine-chopped in food processor 4 cloves garlic, fine-chopped, but don't do them same time as onion 2 bay leaves 6 plump Padron peppers, fine-diced (scoop out the seeds, lazy version is fine). This is my California brainstorm, and it was...
Tags: California, Blogging, Padron


Tone Padron HoK ) - Melania Carry HALC013 )

Club-trotting San Antonio conceptual dance crew House of Kenzo—HoK when you’re in a hurry—are officially breaking out on wax (or at least the digital equivalent) this summer with their debut release via the lovely dreamers over at Halcyon… (in post click to read post from Tiny Mix Tapes. More by this artist at )
Tags: Music, San Antonio, Padron, Kenzo, Halcyon, Melania Carry HALC013


5 Travel Destinations for Book Lovers

Sometimes in life you’re onto a really good thing if you can successfully combine two of your favourite things. Think chocolate and peanut butter or the internet and cats. In this case it’s travel and books. These are the top 5 travel destinations for book lovers. The Hobbit Motel – New Zealand If you’re crazy about the Lord of the Rings then you don’t want to miss a chance to live like a Hobbit in your very own underground Hobbit cabin. Set on a working farm, the motel is made from a combinati...
Tags: New York, London, Paris, New Zealand, Harry Potter, Shakespeare, Hay, Travel Blog, Paris France, Padron, Warner Bros Studio Tour, Wye, Notre Dame Cathedral, Hagrid, Ministry of Magic, Umbridge


With $35k in surgery, man turns self into elf

Luis Padron, 25, has spent huge sums of money on cosmetic surgery in order to resemble an elf. He has almost spent more than £25,000 on surgery including liposuction on his jaw, a nose job, full body hair removal and operations to change his eye colour. ... He is planning surgery to make his ears pointed, hair implants for a heart-shaped hairline and a limb lengthening operation to make him 6ft 5in tall. Mr Padron fell in love with the fantasy genre during his early teenage years, while s...
Tags: Post, News, Surgery, Elves, Padron, Potential Mistakes, Luis Padron


Improvisation Is the Heart of Cuban Animation

Limited internet access, equipment and financing mean that computer-animation artists in Cuba have to make do to create their thoughtful shorts.
Tags: News, Cuba, Blanco, Juan, Padron, Harold, Animated Films, Ermitis, Muestra Joven, El Muke, NOOo Productions, Rensoli


5 things to know, including Padrón named SFBJ's 2017 Lifetime Achievement recipient

Buenos días, South Florida. The Business Journal announces its Lifetime Achievement Award recipient. 1. Honoring a lifetime of leadership The SFBJ has named South Florida icon Eduardo Padrón as its 2017 Lifetime Achievement Award recipient, and we couldn't be happier. Honoring Padrón was an easy decision, due to his lifetime commitment to higher education as a tool to improve the lives of South Florida residents. During his leadership at Miami Dade College, he has turned the institution into…...
Tags: South Florida, Miami Dade College, Eduardo Padron, Padron, Business Journal, SFBJ


Eduardo Padrón named SFBJ’s Lifetime Achievement recipient

The South Florida Business Journal is pleased to announce that Eduardo Padrón has been chosen as the recipient of its 2017 Lifetime Achievement award. Padrón, as president of Miami Dade College, helms one of the largest higher education institutions in the country. Miami Dade College offers six degree options and more than 300 programs and opportunities for the 165,000-plus students enrolled online and at eight campuses countywide. And in looking back at his numerous achievements – including… ...
Tags: Miami Dade College, Eduardo Padron, Padron, South Florida Business Journal, SFBJ


14 essential Spanish dishes everyone should try

From Padron peppers to paella Valenciana, these are the dishes you can't miss when visiting Spain
Tags: Cnn, Padron


Summer Shishito Peppers, Heirloom Cucumbers and Here Come those Dahlias

Shishito Peppers, the hottest food trend to hit the American garden since Kale, mature on attractive plants which I am raising in clay pots on our deck stairs.  If you haven't noticed, it's officially 'high summer'. Sure, it's the start of what most gardeners call the harvest time - baskets of tomatoes, piles of zucchini, buckets of pickles and string beans, but early August is also that brief period when summer feels most-summerlike, two or three weeks before we start seeing hints of ...
Tags: France, New York City, Lifestyle, West Coast, Vermont, Provence, Joe, Padron, Bruce, Sikkim, Matt Mattus, Baker Creek, New England Dahlia Society, Dahlia Society, Abbie Zabar, Abbie


Planning A Visit To Cuba? Here's The Real Deal

Photo Credit: Eagle Creek, reprinted with permission Growing up in Key West, I found the myth and mystery of Cuba exotic and alluring. Most of my friends were of Cuban descent, and some were immigrants. They loved living in the U.S., and at the same time celebrated their roots. Everything about Key West had a distinctive Cuban flair, from the indisputable best restaurant in town (El Siboney) to the exuberant celebrations that punctuated our lives. When I learned President Obama would be easi...
Tags: UK, Hollywood, News, Obama, Africa, Cuba, Huffington Post, Havana, Caribbean, Castro, Eisenhower, Key West, Eagle Creek, Carly Schwartz, Padron, Sherri


Morocco appoints Miami Dade College President Eduardo Padr n as honorary consul

Eduardo Padron, president of Miami Dade College, has a new title to add his resume: honorary consul of the Kingdom of Morocco. "I am thrilled and honored to have been given this opportunity to serve on the consular corps," Padron said in a statement.
Tags: Morocco, Miami Dade College, Eduardo Padr, Eduardo Padron, Padron


In changing publishing world, Miami Book Fair celebrates old-fashioned tech and face time with writers

RELATED LINKS Literary festival celebrates African writers as Kenya marks an anxious anniversary Why adults are buzzing about YA literature Connecting strength and vulnerability of the creative brain JUDY WOODRUFF: Next: the end of books? Well, not in Miami, and certainly not this week. Jeffrey Brown reports. JEFFREY BROWN: It’s part street festival, part excuse to enjoy that it’s 70 degrees in Miami while blizzards blanket other parts of the country, and all celebration of that old-fashione...
Tags: Books, Florida, Book, America, Ford, Kenya, Miami, Pbs, Dave Berry, Richard Ford, Judy Woodruff, Joyce Carol Oates, Michael, Marcel Proust, Miami Dade College, Eduardo Padron