After a day of big meals and relaxing virtually with loved ones, Tucker recommends organizing a group workout over Zoom. Whether a family member leads the Yoga class or a screen share with a YouTube Zumba class is the move, it’s a great way to stay healthy while connecting virtually. … [Read more...] about Make Virtual Thanksgiving Memorable With These Ideas
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4. Add stock and beans, and bring to a simmer. Let simmer until the soup is thick and flavorful, adding more salt if needed, 15 to 25 minutes. If you like a thicker broth, you can smash some of the beans with the back of the spoon to release their starch. Or leave the beans whole for a brothier soup. … [Read more...] about This spicy white bean soup is a poem in a pot
3. Eddie Korosa Jr. had to convince the members of his real band (called The Boys from Illinois) to appear in the movie. Korosa got the call late one afternoon and all of them had to pile into his truck to head to the audition. They sat in bad traffic and then had to play for movie producer John Hughes. Korosa says his bandmates were “pissy” at the time, but that changed when Hughes hired them on the spot to appear in the movie. “I told them they’re all gonna be movie stars,” Korosa says, before bursting into laughter. … [Read more...] about A Look Back At ‘Home Alone’ 30 Years Later With Chicago Polka Musician Eddie Korosa Jr.
When you move to the U.S., even from a western country like Germany, there will always be things that remind you that you don’t fully belong. Don’t get me wrong, there are many things I love about America. (Yes, your “cling” wrap and vacuum cleaners leave much to be desired, but, OMG, your invention of Goo Gone and duct tape was GENIOUS.) You are funny and diplomatic, chatty, warm and openhearted. If you’re a storyteller like me, America, and New York in particular, is the place to be. It’s wonderful to go the supermarket and be able to have amiable conversations with total strangers. One moment you look at the couple across the aisle thinking, “I wonder what language they are speaking.” The next moment you’re exchanging the addresses of your favorite ethnic restaurants. It’s amazing how quickly immigrants adapt to this great, magnanimous American way of life. And yet for the most part, it is our job as immigrants to this … [Read more...] about Take It From A German: Americans Are Too Timid In Confronting Hate
Seigel is also known for bringing the show on the road for the annual high school turkey toss at Thanksgiving and hosting years of Kiss concerts. He has even helped do a couple of live marriage proposals in the middle of those shows. … [Read more...] about Matty In The Morning’s Matt Siegel Celebrates 40 Years In Boston Radio