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On the KRUU airwaves and streaming Wednesday, July 8 at 7 pm I talk with ISU's Priyanka Jayashankar, co-author of the paper, "Slow Money in an Age of Fiduciary Capitalism." We'll discuss the nature of the slow money model, and how its investment principles are driven not only by traditional monetary goals, but the potential environmental and social benefits of the specific opportunity. Can "slow money" spearhead the transformation of commercial agriculture to a more sustainable model? Find out what Priyanka discovered, and its application to local and global food economies.
Our monthly live show at Green Building Supply took place Tuesday, July 7 with Pete DeCicco, presenting his own mash-up of ethnic cuisine-Italian mixed with a bit of ayurvedic seasonal influences-in a self-described abstract art experience full of spontaneity, chaos, and fun.
Harnessing his Italian DNA, Pete found some early local tomatoes for his summer tomato sauce-a gravy brimming with fresh garlic, basil, rosemary, oregano, fennel, the highly-prized fennel pollen, and other fresh ingredients, along with a unique addition of coriander seed. Also, on the menu was a vegetarian stew with cannelini beans and mixed greens followed by a just-harvested combination of tender salad greens dressed with a tasty mix of olive oil, rice vinegar, dijon mustard, and nutritional yeast.
Listen in to learn what drives Pete's cooking passion (you really missed tasting the love if you weren't there for the live show). Also, a big thanks to Everybody's Whole Foods for the terrific ingredients we use on every live show.
Randy Pringle of Fairfield Iowa is the proud owner & operator of Fairfield's Absolute Studio where he records his own compositions for film, tv and for other artists. Randy can also be seen playing live with his band East Of Omaha at Fairfield's hot spots including The Fairfield Square This Saturday, July 18 at 7:30 pm & The First Friday's Art Walk in September!
Randy played clubs on 6 night a week gigs until the 80's when he took off on his own. He has had the pleasure of opening for many nationally acclaimed acts including a noteable performance at the Soundheim Center.
Hear & see Randy's ongoing endeavors from AbsoluteStudio.net !!!
I'd be lyin' if I said I didn't have a grand and wonderful 4th of July. My lovely bride and I spent part of the evening at our favorite roadhouse, Fitzgerald's in Berwyn, Illinois. When you're looking for a friendly spot with the best in jazz, Americana, country, blues and rockabilly you head straight for Fitzgerald's---like we've done for the last thirty years. The featured attraction was our buddy Dale Watson. As always he put on a great show full of twangin' and sangin' and hollerin' and drankin'. Best of all, I informed Dale(and everyone else within earshot) that the first time we ever saw him perform was at Fitzgerald's in July of 1995!!! We were celebrating twenty years of the best damn entertainment and friendship a person can find. Hell, Dale even invited us to his house next time we're in Austin. Hey Dale, we like french toast for breakfast.
After opening set that includes an acoustic version of "Your Decision" by Alice in Chains, DJ Andy Bargerstock spends much of first hour unveiling the Summer List of favorite 2015 released music tracks as laid out in the July 2015 Iowa Source Fringe Toast column. Read the full article. The spotlight shines brightly on singer-songwriters Meiko (left photo) and Hannah Reid of the band London Grammar (right).
The Second Hour Chill Session features ambient electronica and downtempo female vocalists including Rocket Empire, Sam Sure, Hiatus, Banks, Zoë Johnston, Laura Veirs and the Electric Peanut Butter Company with their cool retro blend of psychedelic instrumental music. All good stuff to soothe the evening vibes. Click here for playlist. The best music you never hear ... unless you are tuned to Fringe Toast.
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For episode 82 on Sunday I prepared 4 different bands. The first one is going to be a brand new South Korean boygroup with 13 members called SEVENTEEN who debuted with their first mini-album "17 carat" in May after 2 successful reality TV shows. I have to mention that some of their members are currently only 17 years of age... After that I'll play some songs by LUNAFLY who are famous for their accoustic style of music. Then we'll have some songs by SUPER JUNIOR who were the first group in SK to start off with 13 members... To keep the diversity of the show up I am going to feature some of their Chinese songs. Last but not least I'll play a SK R'n'B girlgroup called EYE TO EYE (image)...
Writers' Voices is pleased to welcome award-winning author, filmmaker, and mixed media producer William Joyce back to the air with his latest book for children, "Billy's Booger: A Memoir." Based on William's own first experience with writing a book, this delightful volume incorporates a true-to-life version of Billy's original manuscript about his booger with amazing math super-powers.
William won an Academy Award for his animated short film, "The Fantastic Flying Books of Mr. Morris Lessmore." He won three Emmy's for "Rolie Polie Olie" on the Disney Channel and has another show, "George Shrinks" on PBS. He, with help from the team at Moonbot Studios, has written and illustrated over 50 children's books, many of which have related video games and mobile apps.
In this interview, William talks about how he got his start and the many opportunities in creative media today.
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