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Social Studies: The Pioneers of Postmodern Dance, 60 Years Later

The movement upended all notions of what the form could be. Today, it’s still shaping how we see the world around us.
Tags: Art, News, Dancing, Theater, Anna, Brown, Cunningham, Judson Memorial Church, Lucinda, Childs, Trisha, Mendieta, Schneemann, Merce, Ana (1948-85, Halprin


Skybound - a Journey in Flight ~ Rebecca Loncraine

'The loveliest places of allare those that look as ifthere's nothing thereto those still learning to look' 'Deserts for Instance' - Brian Turner (Elemental - Central Otago Poems) Choosing another book from the shelf of Journeys that I plan to do from my armchair this year, and 'learning to look' at new places is becoming a real treat. I'd no sooner travelled back in deep time searching for Doggerland with Julia Blackburn and Time Song than I decided I was ready for a bit of vast open sky a...
Tags: Books, Wales, Rebecca, New Zealand, South Island, Picador, Tony, Kaikoura, Southern Alps, Aoraki Mt Cook, Trisha, Brian Turner, Dovegreyreader, Offspringette, Otago Rail Trail, 2019


Comment on chocolate puddle cakes by Trisha

I was away on a business trip on Valentine’s Day, so I made these as a special snow afternoon dessert for me and the kiddo yesterday. I probably should have whisked more but they were very tasty. I especially enjoyed being able to cook them in the toaster oven (at 425 since those babies can run hot.) It can take forever to get the regular oven to 450.
Tags: Food, Trisha


‘The Lego Movie 2: The Second Part’ Review: Everything Is Not Awesome. Everything Is an Ad.

This franchise’s latest is a busy, noisy clutter of action sequences, pop-cultural allusions, life lessons and cute critters.
Tags: Movies, News, Banks, Gum, Will, Lord, Mitchell, Chris, Miller, Elizabeth, Philip, Pratt, Trisha, Arnett, Christopher (1975-, Mike (1970-


She Lost Her Job In The Shutdown. Now She Has A Message For Trump.

Photo: Courtesy of Whitney Hartmann. Trisha Pesiri-Dybvik, Sen. Kamala Harris ' guest for Tuesday's State of the Union, has survived two American tragedies.In 2017, the air traffic control specialist and her husband Jed, who have three children, lost their home in Ventura, CA, the 2017 Thomas Fire. This year, she was furloughed during the 35-day government shutdown. Her husband, a Navy veteran who is also an air traffic controller, worked without pay.Since losing what Pesiri-Dybvik calls ...
Tags: Fashion, Music, Congress, Navy, Washington, Senate, Trump, Ventura CA, Trisha, MacKenzie, Woolsey, Johnnie, Camarillo, Jed, Sen Harris, Pesiri Dybvik


Comment on garlic lime steak and noodle salad by Trisha

I made this and it was delicious and super easy! My boyfriend couldn’t believe his taste buds. The sauce made the meal. I added a jalapeno to the marinade for even more spice. I also used my Ninja Foodi to cook the steak and it still came out perfect.
Tags: Food, Trisha


Pregnant Carrie Underwood on Miscarriages, Preparing for New Baby Boy

Brad Paisley had a plan: pester Carrie Underwood until she snapped. As they took the stage on Wednesday, November 14, to host the Country Music Association Awards together for the 11th straight year, Paisley begged the pregnant singer to reveal the gender of her baby. “Seriously, Carrie, gimme a little baby hint,” he demanded before peppering (make that hammering!) her with the names of famous male-female duos. “Johnny or June? Keith or Nicole? Garth or Trisha?” Then he threw her a curveball — “...
Tags: Religion, Carrie Underwood, US Weekly, Nicole, Johnny, Paisley, Willie, Brad Paisley, Isaiah, Mike Fisher, Trisha, Garth, Waylon, Robyn Beck, Terry Wyatt, TOP VIDEOS


Meet in the Middle! A Destination Wedding in New Orleans at Race + Religious

Looking for a super-cool stateside destination wedding spot? With a motto of " laissez les bon temps rouler” (that's Cajun-speak for let the good times roll) ~ there's no better place to make merry. Or get married! The flawless photographs from Marissa of Mon Soleil Weddings are sure to convince you that you can't go wrong with a New Orleans wedding. With superb wedding coordination by Mint Julep Productions, this event-planner-bride knew just how to design a wedding that would delight and char...
Tags: Wedding, New Orleans, Marissa, Destination, Rustic, Sutton, Trisha, Real Weddings, Casual, Whimsical, Poppy Mint, NOLA Continue


Trisha’s Table: My Feel-Good Favorites for a Balanced Life Kindle Edition $2.99 (Reg $20)

Trisha’s Table: My Feel-Good Favorites for a Balanced Life Kindle Edition $2.99 (Reg $20) Amazon has Trisha’s Table: My Feel-Good Favorites for a Balanced Life Kindle Edition for $2.99 (Reg $20). You can download the Kindle app for your Blackberry, iPhone, Mac, or PC here.Brought to you by: Frugal Focus
Tags: Amazon, Frugality, Trisha


Our Critics Pick the Dance Moves (and Objects) to See This Fall

Judson Dance Theater at MoMA; William Forsythe’s “Choreographic Objects”; Balanchine at City Center; and a Claudia Rankine-Will Rawls collaboration.
Tags: News, Dancing, David, Moma, George, Brown, Gordon, Claudia, Rawls, Lucinda, Childs, Trisha, Balanchine, Institute of Contemporary Art, Forsythe, Bard College


Jason Nash Responds To Trisha Paytas' Fat Shaming Claims In Dramatic Apology Video — But She's Calling 'Bullshit' On Him!

Jason Nash didn't mean to body shame Trisha Paytas! As we reported, Trisha revealed in a tear-filled vlog that she dumped the Vine star after he called her "fat" during a shoot, a comment that made her feel "disgusted" with herself and shamed (inspired?) her into leaving YouTube until she lost 50 lbs. Hours later, Jason issued a nearly 20-minute response video (above) sharing his side of the story -- and, boy, does he feel like a piece of shit! After talking about how much of a catch Trisha is (...
Tags: Celebs, Youtube, David, Jason, IMA, Ive, Trisha, Jason Nash, Trisha Paytas


Stagecoach and Coachella: These are differences and similarities between the festivals

Yes, the Stagecoach Country Music Festival and the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival both happen at the Empire Polo Club on consecutive weekends, but the events are very different. However, both festivals got some major upgrades for 2018. Here’s how the events stack up: Fireworks go off as Beyonce performs at the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival at the Empire Polo Club in Indio on Saturday, April 14, 2018. (Photo by Kevin Sullivan, Orange County Register/SCNG) Morgan Wallen p...
Tags: Hong Kong, Kacey Musgraves, Beyonce, Yahoo, California, Los Angeles, Sport, Rome, Things To Do, Soccer, San Diego, Long Beach, Heineken, Toyota, Victoria, Coachella


Comment on fig newtons by Trisha

Mmm, I do like fig newtons. My favorite fig cookies are these, which I make around the winter holidays using ground star anise: https://www.epicurious.com/recipes/food/views/anise-scented-fig-and-date-swirls-13262
Tags: Food, Trisha


Wagoner on Radio: KFI celebrating 97 years on the air, can you hear it?

KFI has something to celebrate: It is about to begin its 97th year of broadcasting. It was March 31, 1922 when KFI officially received it’s license to operate; the station went on the air a couple weeks later on April 16. It is said that the original broadcasts were largely of owner and founder Earle C. Anthony bellowing “Can you hear me?” into a microphone since radio was in its infancy and few owned radios at the time. Due to having few sources of interference in the early days of broadcasting...
Tags: Fresno, America, Sport, Soccer, United States, Stagecoach, Pacific, San Pedro, Trisha Yearwood, Tracy Chapman, KFI, Trisha, Indio, Wagoner, Little Red Corvette, Richard Wagoner


Comment on 1940-2018 by Trisha

I am very sorry for your loss, Deb. Cooking his favorites in his honor sounds just right.
Tags: Food, Trisha


Why Is No One Questioning the Plastic Fashion Trend?

At the same time as our national psyche awakens to the urgent dangers of  plastic  pollution, does it not seem entirely bizarre that the fashion trend for PVC clothing and accessories is booming for spring 2018? It dawned on me upon seeing countless street style pictures featuring key designer pieces rendered in clear and colourful  plastics.  The stats surrounding the trend back up my observation: Fashion search engine Lyst informs me that Staud's £175 PVC and leather Shirley bag has been searc...
Tags: Fashion, Trends, Calvin Klein, Greenpeace, Shirley, Stella Mccartney, Jimmy Choo, Ellen MacArthur Foundation, Cora, Trisha Brown, Trisha, Hannah Almassi, Cora Hilts, Rêve En Vert


How to buy a house that hasn't been built yet

Trisha and Dennis Rawlings, a couple in their early 30s, are moving to suburban Chicago and leaving their over-60-year-old first home in the St. Louis area behind."We were looking at potentially buying a house," Trisha says. But... [Author: [email protected]]
Tags: Business, Chicago, St Louis, Trisha, Dennis Rawlings


Interview: Father/victim of soon-to-be-executed inmate pleas for son's life

Thomas Whitaker is scheduled for execution later this month for orchestrating an attack on his family in 2003 in which his mother and brother died and his father was injured. His father, Richard "Kent" Whitaker, is waging a campaign to convince the Board of Pardons and Paroles and Governor Greg Abbott to commute his sentence to life. The Washington Post yesterday published a feature on the story.On the latest episode of our Reasonably Suspicious podcast, my co-host Mandy Marzullo spoke with Kent...
Tags: Texas, Law, Washington Post, Germany, Death Penalty, Jesus, Capital punishment, Nazi, Richard, Parole Board, Bart, Greg Abbott, Board, Whitaker, Kevin, San Jacinto


Food Network January 2018 Highlights

FOOD NETWORK CELEBRATES THE NEW YEAR WITH NEW SERIES BEST IN FOOD AND RIDICULOUS CAKES Plus: All-New Tournament Chopped: Gold Medal Games and Returning Series Kids Baking Championship and Worst Cooks in America FoodNetwork.com Has Game Day Bites That Will Make Your Mouth Water NEW YORK – December 5, 2017 – Food Network is kicking off 2018 with new series, new seasons and returning favorites that will help you start the new year off right! First, twelve talented, young bakers enter the kitchen a...
Tags: Food, Usa, UK, Hollywood, Texas, Valerie Bertinelli, America, Spain, Chicago, Afghanistan, Alton Brown, Bobby Flay, Food Network, Giada De Laurentiis, Portland, San Diego


How country music and food network star Trisha Yearwood entertains for the holidays

Trisha Yearwood’s Christmas in a Cup will be sold seasonally at Williams-Sonoma. (Courtesy of Williams-Sonoma) Trisha Yearwood’s Christmas in a Cup will be sold seasonally at Williams-Sonoma. (Courtesy of Williams-Sonoma) Grandma Yearwood’s Coconut Cake with Lemon Glaze is a tradition with Trisha Yearwood’s family. (Courtesy of the Food Network) Trisha Yearwood on the set of the Food Network’s “Trisha’s Southern Kitchen, Season 8.”(photo by Ray Kachatorian) Apple Ambrosia is a favorite reci...
Tags: Apple, Cook, Sport, Things To Do, Canada, Soccer, Food Network, Nashville, James Taylor, Kim, Oklahoma, Garth Brooks, Frank Sinatra, Black, Trisha Yearwood, Yearwood


Food Network December 2017 Highlights

**FOOD NETWORK DECEMBER 2017 HIGHLIGHTS** FOOD NETWORK CELEBRATES THE HOLIDAYS WITH NEW SERIES BAKED IN VERMONT Plus: Don’t Miss Season Finales of Guy’s Big Project and Holiday Baking Championship FoodNetwork.com is Serving Up Everything You Need to Prepare for the Perfect Holiday Celebration NEW YORK – November 10, 2017 – Food Network is the ultimate holiday destination this December with holiday specials and themed episodes celebrating the season all month long. First, Cody and Sam Carroll ar...
Tags: Food, New York, Texas, Valerie Bertinelli, California, New York City, Alabama, Toronto, America, Los Angeles, Turkey, Chicago, Alton Brown, Bobby Flay, Food Network, Giada De Laurentiis


Williams Sonoma Partners With Trisha Yearwood on Christmas In A Cup

This week Williams Sonoma launched Christmas in a Cup, the latest addition to the private brand food collaboration between Williams Sonoma and Trisha Yearwood. The country star, television host, and three-time New York Times bestselling cookbook author took to her Facebook page to share the news. Yearwood, whose home and lifestyle company continues to grow, has been collaborating with Williams Sonoma since April 2017 when an original assortment of five private brand food products launched. The ...
Tags: Featured, New York Times, Oklahoma, Branding, Trisha Yearwood, Williams Sonoma, Yearwood, Trisha, Convenience & Specialty, Williams Sonoma Partners


Comment on chocolate olive oil cake + more book tour! by Trisha

This looks fun! The version from the Moosewood Cooks At Home cookbook is my go-to recipe for cupcakes. I started making them when the baby (now 12) had an egg allergy. I’ve never tried olive oil (I usually use canola) but felt like a fancy cook when I switched to using red wine vinegar. I think it adds a nice touch.
Tags: Food, Trisha


Review: Fall for Dance’s Eclectic Variations

The annual Fall for Dance season began with the usual unusual selection of unalike dances: ballet, African, postmodern, tap.
Tags: News, Dancing, Michelle, Brown, Christopher, Miami City Ballet, Trisha, Wheeldon, Dorrance, New York City Center Theater, Fall for Dance Festival (NYC


Food Network October 2017 Highlights

**FOOD NETWORK OCTOBER 2017 HIGHLIGHTS** OCTOBER IS FULL OF SPOOK-TACULAR PREMIERES WITH A NEW SEASON OF HALLOWEEN WARS AND ALL-NEW HALLOWEEN WARS: HAYRIDE OF HORROR Plus: Don’t Miss as Alton Brown Takes Over the Chopped Kitchen on the Tournament Premiere of Chopped: Alton’s Challenge FoodNetwork.com Has Halloween Tricks and Treats and All-New Digital-Only Series Smitten Kitchen NEW YORK – September 8, 2017 – Food Network celebrates Halloween all month-long this October with special series, new...
Tags: Food, Texas, Pinterest, Valerie Bertinelli, New York City, America, Atlanta, Alaska, Alton Brown, Bobby Flay, Food Network, Giada De Laurentiis, Paris, New Orleans, Angel, Salem


Food Network September 2017 Highlights

SEPTEMBER BRINGS TRICKS AND TREATS WITH A NEW SEASON OF HALLOWEEN BAKING CHAMPIONSHIP Plus: Bobby Flay and Damaris Phillips Serve Up Food, Fun and Laughs on New Series The Bobby and Damaris Show FoodNetwork.com Has the Ultimate Fall Recipes Perfect for the Change of Season NEW YORK – August 7, 2017 – Food Network celebrates fall this September with new series, new seasons and returning favorites. First, the final four celebrity chefs compete for the title of Superstar champion and the $40,000 g...
Tags: Food, Florida, New York, Texas, Valerie Bertinelli, Montana, Boston, America, Chile, Bobby Flay, Food Network, Athens, San Diego, New Orleans, Miami, Nashville


3 Summer Recipes That Prove Comfort Food Has No Season

In our minds, comfort food doesn't exactly scream quick and easy — or hot weather appropriate. When we think of the types of dishes tied to this category, bubbling hot pots of chili and steaming stews come to mind. So, the idea of buckling down and working up a sweat in order to make one of these decadent meals, on a weeknight, during the summer isn't particularly appealing. We'd much rather just rustle up something fresh (read: cold and already cooked), kick back on the couch, and get comforta...
Tags: Amazon, Fashion, Music, Garth Brooks, Pillsbury, Tabasco, Trisha Yearwood, Yearwood, Trisha, Garth, Penguin Random House LLC, Clarkson Potter, Ben Fink, Food Network Trisha s Southern Kitchen, Trisha Tip Garth, Peggy Hagopian


Food Network August 2017 Highlights

FOOD NETWORK TRAVELS THE COUNTRY THIS AUGUST WITH ALL-NEW SERIES GUYS’S FAMILY ROAD TRIP AND I HART FOOD Plus: Worst Cooks in America: Celebrity Edition Returns for a New Season FoodNetwork.com Has the Ultimate Recipes and Party Tips for Summer Entertaining NEW YORK – July 6, 2017­ – Food Network keeps the summer party going with all-new series and tournaments as well as returning favorites. First, Ted Allen and the judges are heating up the grill for the tournament premiere of Chopped Grill Ma...
Tags: Food, Florida, Cook, California, America, Austin, Canada, Chile, Bobby Flay, Food Network, Giada De Laurentiis, New Orleans, Miami, Nashville, Announcements, Cooking Channel


Trisha Goddard makes radio debut on BBC London

TV chat show host Trisha Goddard is joining BBC Radio London to host a series of shows over the summer. Trisha will present a Sunday morning programme from 9am till 12noon on 30th July, 6th August and 13th August. The station says she’ll also be depping for Joanne Good for three days, 8-10th August. Trisha said: “I’m so excited to be filling in for the lovely Nikki Bedi and Joanne Good on BBC Radio London. A network that’s informative, fun and reflective of London’s population!” She’s best kno...
Tags: UK, London, Australia, US, Bbc, Radio, Itv, Today, People News, Trisha, BBC Radio London, Vanessa Feltz, Personalities, On Air, Trisha Goddard, Joanne Good


Comment on almond horn cookies by Trisha

These were delicious as written. I would like to throw a small variation out there; if you love almond+anise, add a 1/2tsp of anise seeds and a few drops of anise extract when you add the egg, proceed as written. Yum!
Tags: Food, Trisha