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"kassis" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Menu

Monocle 24: The Menu

02:05 min | 3 months ago

"kassis" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Menu

"Palestinian rights ream cusses released her debut cookbook palestinian table in two thousand seventeen four much critical acclaim now cast is is back with her second book. The arabesque table contemporary recipes from the arab world the released takes a broader look at contemporary cooking across the arab world emphasizing. How much different countries. Sharon have influence on each other. I spoke to causes a bit earlier on. She started by explaining. Why choosing the name for the book too long then writing it. I submitted my second manuscript drafts without a title for the book but in hindsight is actually a blessing more than anything because the name derived as a result of the experience of writing. And what i learned along the way and the reason we chose. The arabesque table is arabesque. As you might already know is an intertwined hatter or design that is recognized and islamic arabic art and what i wanted to convey with. The book was at cuisine. Similar to this artistic pattern that inspired the title is inherently also infinitely intertwined and more beautiful as a result in addition to that though i mean we were trying to get a name that conveyed what the food was and to call it. The arab table would not necessarily have been accurate because there were a lot of dishes inside. That were inspired by other cuisines intersection of those cuisines. So arabesque conveyed both of those things. You know the intersection at the same time. The idea that it is not purely one regional kind of cooking in the book but tell me more about the approach you took when you were working on this book you say that you wanted to celebrate the evolution of middle eastern cuisine. One thing i specified in the book is the whole idea of the term. Middle east doesn't convey accurately the cuisine of our region because middle east is simply a term for a region that was between the british empire's easternmost colony of india and europe and what really ties. The cuisine of region together is it's being arab and it's acculturation under arab and islamic

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Reem Kassis: The Arabesque Table

Monocle 24: The Menu

02:05 min | 3 months ago

Reem Kassis: The Arabesque Table

"Palestinian rights ream cusses released her debut cookbook palestinian table in two thousand seventeen four much critical acclaim now cast is is back with her second book. The arabesque table contemporary recipes from the arab world the released takes a broader look at contemporary cooking across the arab world emphasizing. How much different countries. Sharon have influence on each other. I spoke to causes a bit earlier on. She started by explaining. Why choosing the name for the book too long then writing it. I submitted my second manuscript drafts without a title for the book but in hindsight is actually a blessing more than anything because the name derived as a result of the experience of writing. And what i learned along the way and the reason we chose. The arabesque table is arabesque. As you might already know is an intertwined hatter or design that is recognized and islamic arabic art and what i wanted to convey with. The book was at cuisine. Similar to this artistic pattern that inspired the title is inherently also infinitely intertwined and more beautiful as a result in addition to that though i mean we were trying to get a name that conveyed what the food was and to call it. The arab table would not necessarily have been accurate because there were a lot of dishes inside. That were inspired by other cuisines intersection of those cuisines. So arabesque conveyed both of those things. You know the intersection at the same time. The idea that it is not purely one regional kind of cooking in the book but tell me more about the approach you took when you were working on this book you say that you wanted to celebrate the evolution of middle eastern cuisine. One thing i specified in the book is the whole idea of the term. Middle east doesn't convey accurately the cuisine of our region because middle east is simply a term for a region that was between the british empire's easternmost colony of india and europe and what really ties. The cuisine of region together is it's being arab and it's acculturation under arab and islamic

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"kassis" Discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

07:28 min | 4 months ago

"kassis" Discussed on Fresh Air

"Research study involving a chimpanzee raised in a black family was the subject of the two thousand sixteen novel. We love you. Charlie freeman by caitlin greenidge. Her second novel liberty which was just published is a foray into historical fiction. Greenidge is a contributing writer for the new york times book critic. Maureen corrigan has this review of liberty. Liberty a new novel by caitlin greenidge is inspired. By the life of susan smith mckinney steward. The third african american woman to earn a medical degree in this country. After the civil war dr mckinney steward opened her own practice in brooklyn and co founded the brooklyn women's homeopathic hospital and dispensary doctor mckinney stewart was an exceptional woman a pioneer but of course it can be hard living in the shadow of such a path breaker. Especially when you yourself are drawn to the simpler pleasures of the conventional that's the predicament of the narrator of this novel. Who's given the magnificent name of liberty by her mother. A black female doctor modeled on dr mckinney steward ironically the liberty our narrator most fiercely desires is freedom from her remarkable mothers grand expectations as a novelist. Greenidge like her main character is also attracted to the simpler pleasures of the conventional in liberty. She's written an old fashioned historical novel. For instance one of the most transfixed some scenes here draws from the actual new york city draft riots which ignited in july of eighteen sixty three when white working class. New yorkers became infuriated by new federal draft laws white gangs assaulted black people and torched the colored orphan asylum which once stood at forty fourth street and fifth avenue in greenidges novel liberty. Here's of these terrors and travels with her doctor mother to the brooklyn waterfront at dawn to meet traumatized. Black new yorkers fleeing manhattan for their lives gazing across the water liberty says. I had never seen smoke with fog like that before. How it hovered like a curtain between this world and maybe next i heard the tiniest drip of a wave the sound of fish makes when it turns over on the surface of the water and falls back to its home. I saw finally something nosing. Its way through the clouds. It was a long boat with four rowers followed by two more between the roars on the boats were tens of children. What was most eerie about it. All was that the only sound was the water slapping the source. Even the babies were silent although she's been designated since birth to be her mother's partner and successor in the medical practice. Liberty prefers music to science and greenidge endows her voice with the musicality. That perhaps you can here in that passage when she's age liberties sent off by her mother to a black college in ohio. Founded by abolitionists there. She's the only woman taking the men's courses of study in biology and chemistry and because she's a dark skinned black woman. Her isolation is intensified by the color. Ism that prevails among the student body. Like the real dr mckinney stewart's daughter whose name was anna liberty eventually marries a man from haiti and moves there with him in the concluding and to my mind. Less successful section of this novel. Historical realism gives way to gothic excess. A weird mansion where all sounds are magnified a rotten patriarch and even confined madwoman overrun the story line liberty. The novel is most compelling when it hughes closer to the known facts of the past and to the tensions which greenidge so acutely imagines between a mother a vast accomplishment and a daughter who simply doesn't share that mother's ambition there's a small scene tucked into the middle of this novel with liberty dares to berate her mother for accommodating white female patients. How can you treat those white women. I said after what you've seen them and their husbands due to the people who came to us. I've raised you wrong. Momma said i've raised you all wrong if some white folks being cruel is a surprise to you. I am not surprised by the cruelty. Momma said i am surprised we are expected to ignore it to never mention it to swim in it. As if it's the oily smelly harbor water the boys dive into by the wards that passage and so many others like it generate attention in the narrative of this fine novel and in us readers to between the residual currents of cruelty and compromises and the emergent one of a more humane future. That only yet more struggle might hope to bring about. Maureen corrigan teaches literature georgetown university. She reviewed liberty by caitlin greenwich. Coming up we'll hear from rim kosice author of the cookbook. The palestinian table a new. Follow up call the arabesque table. 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"kassis" Discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

01:38 min | 4 months ago

"kassis" Discussed on Fresh Air

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"kassis" Discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

06:06 min | 4 months ago

"kassis" Discussed on Fresh Air

"A bad education. It was like it was a lesson in pitch. It was a lesson in delivery. It was a lesson blend but also counter melodies. The fact that the harmonies didn't happen at the same time. The lead vocals happened the fact that they were in rhythm that you could hear snaps and movement feet stomping. They were just musical bodies. They were the greatest. Probably that's ever been so I came out of the gate with really high expectations for background vocals. In particular and to be honest. I also learned a hell of a lot by watching people react to elvis's moves even if it was on a impersonator was pretty interesting education to be on the back side of the stage looking at audience faces which is where. I've actually learned a lot in my life. What did you learn from watching the audience. I learned the things that they react to. How a smile as contagious learned about. Comedic timing i learned about sort of like physical communication especially because elvis was such a physical communicator with the audience and i remembered thinking standing back there. My poodle skirt going you know. Actually i want to be that dude with the black leather dude or the white suit dude. Both you name it you name it. Let me reintroduce you here if you're just joining us. My guest is brand carlisle. She's a grammy award. Winning singer songwriter and guitarist. Her new memoir called broken horses. We'll talk more. After a short break and maureen corrigan will review. New novel inspired by the life of the third african american woman to earn a medical degree in this country. I'm terry gross. And this is fresh. Air weekend this message for. Npr's fresh air is sponsored by szott mattresses sought provides a fresh take on how mattresses are sold online starting by never smashing them into a box. That's because the stock classic has two layers of coils one for support and the other for comfort. Those two layers could never be stuffed into a box like other online mattresses that are mostly foam to learn more check out all the benefits of the software classic by visiting santa at s aa tv dot com slash and pr. So you read in your memoir. This is referring to your period when you were in school and you dropped out when you're a sophomore in high school you're at my need to be perceived as confident and strong starting to consume me. This period is to say the least a fragile time in any child's life gender dysphoric as i understand it. Now is a natural concept during adolescence. But i had no language for it. Would you describe what you were experiencing. It's abstract but i think i was experiencing You know the beginnings of puberty and not really understanding how to be in my body. I think that's a pretty common experience. Just in just in general but i didn't know any gay people and i lived in a really small town and i didn't know how to call what i was feeling. And so i think fat. I developed kind of a a style of interacting with people that was in in character like persona and I remember just trying to feel an appear really strong and confident and charismatic. When that's obviously the opposite of how. I felt inside. I don't know if this song exactly fits here. But i wanna play it And the song is called. That wasn't me and you describe it in your memoir as as a song less your deepest healing song. I'd like to before here at. I'd like to know what you mean by that well. I think that i wrote that song about a my father's addiction and recovery and mrs dixon to alcohol addiction alcohol recovery and you know i grew up in alanon albertine and You know i was sort of steeped in a philosophy and and That kind of language and that sort of understanding and when my dad finally did get sober as as i was an adult i wrote that song kind of like from his perspective. Or maybe what. I felt like in some ways i needed him to say or would i knew that he would say if he could. So that's what that songs about for me. So i i like this a lot. So let's hear it. This is brandi carlile. That wasn't me from her. Twenty twelve album bear creek. Hang on just hang on a minute. I've got something to say. I'm not asking you to move Off get it but these are better day to be wrong. All along and admitted is not amazing. Gray but sevilla lock song new. Remember even when you've chain. Tell me did i gov there see you on the young. He did. I bring omar a whatever you see the babbel's and a dabbles.

"kassis" Discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

02:00 min | 4 months ago

"kassis" Discussed on Fresh Air

"Fresh air weekend. I'm terry gross. My my grammy award winning songwriter singer and guitarist. Brandi carlile has written a new memoir. That gets off to a dramatic. Start with her near death from meningococcal meningitis. At the age of four she had a lot of tough times growing up periods of poverty. Moving around a lot with our family. Her father drank too much. She was bullied and was a bully in school. She felt like a misfit but things got better. She realized she was gay. She found women she loved and she fulfilled her childhood dream of becoming a successful singer songwriter. She met the hands iraq twins. Tim and phil and they formed a band together that has stuck together in two thousand nineteen their album. By the way. I forgive you won best americana album of the year and the song. The joke won for best american roots song and american roots performance at the grammys. Carlisle is also part of the group. The high women. Along with men to shiraz. Maher and morris and natalie hamby that group one three americana music awards in twenty twenty and a grammy for best country song in two thousand twenty one carlisle and her wife. Catherine have two daughters and live on a compound in the state of washington with the hands are off twins and their children. Phil hands off is married to carlisle's younger sister. Tiffany carlisle's is married to catherine sister. Brandy carlisle's new memoir is called broken horses. Let's start with a song. The joke the song won. Two grammys in two thousand nineteen feeling nervous. So quiet boy. An implacable turnover. Ever let them steal your show and your general. Keep him.

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"kassis" Discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

05:58 min | 4 months ago

"kassis" Discussed on Fresh Air

"I think your father's family's land was confiscated during the nineteen forty eight war. I have that right you do and that. Your parents ended up buying a house on the land that was confiscated from the family. Yes so my father is from village in the galilee and they own a lot of olive groves and the surrounding area in nineteen forty eight much of the land and it wasn't just them. It was all the families that live in. The north had the same issue where land was confiscated. And you know they're offered payment for it. Obviously they refuse to accept payment and the land is just taken and then years and years down the line. We live in jerusalem. We want a house and the north and the galilee because we visit the family more. Everyone's kids are growing up. Families are bigger. You need more space. The town itself is too small. It's very difficult to build or buy so we decided to buy a house in the nearest israeli town which is an israeli settlement built on the land that was confiscated from the north so my parents ended up buying a house. That's on land that was confiscated from their town. And you know it was an interesting process to see because the man they bought from was very kind of nice person. The neighbors said. Why are you selling your house to arabs. You shouldn't do this it's cetera. And it's funny because now those same neighbors are good friends with my parents..

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"kassis" Discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

03:59 min | 4 months ago

"kassis" Discussed on Fresh Air

"And that's the beginning of that friendship. So you and michael. Sela manav of the israeli restaurants have held an event at his restaurant. It was a dinner with dishes from your first cookbook. The palestinian table. And then after that you both facing criticism what was that about so one thing you always say it's important to keep in perspective. Is how much criticism did we face you know. By and large people were very supportive of that event. The criticism that we faced was this idea. People are saying for me. At least you're normalizing and for those who are not familiar with the term normalization refers to a palestinian doing an event with an israeli person whose mission is not purely to discuss the occupation and ending injustice. That's happening right now. On the ground in palestine and i think part of that criticism was a result of misunderstanding. The context of what was happening. You know to me. I wrote this cookbook in a in part to show that this is palestinian cuisine and palestinians have always said we don't care if israelis coker eat our food. We just want them to recognize that it's hours and here's mike who for all intents and purposes is the face of israeli cuisine and the us saying i want to shut down my restaurant for the first time in the ten years that it has been open to recognize and celebrate palestinian cuisine and to acknowledge the role. It has in the food that i cook and to me. I saw that as a win. For what i was doing. And so that's why i say that. Criticisms were largely eighty were a minority. Most people were supportive. And i think the criticisms that i faced were largely a result of a misunderstanding of the context of what was happening and i should mention that Michael manos restaurants have I think it was twenty nine when the james beard award for best restaurant in america So it's it's It's considered a very important restaurant. It's very well recognized in the us. i'm sure it's recognized abroad in israel too and for me. It's i want people to recognize what our food is. And i've always said this. And i think my stand on the issues very clear i've written extensively on this. The issue is not about the food when it comes to israelis and palestinians the issue is about the occupation and the injustice and if that issue to be resolved then we would cease to see this contention when it comes to the food. you know. You don't see lebanese and syrians and palestinians fighting over. Who invented homeless. Who owns okay. We argue over. Who makes it better. But we're not fighting about ownership of it with israel it's seen as why are you willfully rewriting and denying the past basically it's a willful omission of any palestinian connection or contributions to this food because it is it forces reckoning with a narrative that has long been sold abroad of a land without a people for a people without a land and acknowledging the palestinian place in that history negates that narrative. And so for me. I think it is important. When you see someone who is so recognized isreaeli cuisine saying hey i actually recognize that this is palestinian food and a big portion of the majority of what i making or at least used to make ends twelve when it first opened up is inspired by palestinian cooking. Let's take a short break here and we'll talk some more if you're just joining us. My guest is rim kosice author of the new book. The arabesque table it cookbook. That's a follow up to her first cookbook..

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"kassis" Discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

02:24 min | 4 months ago

"kassis" Discussed on Fresh Air

"You describe. Hummus is the most recognizable and most controversial eastern dish. What is controversial about hamas. So hamas itself is controversial abroad because just a few decades ago. Nobody knew what it was. You know when my husband would take it to school. People would make fun of him for eating this beige paste now suddenly since the late eighties. It's become much more popular and recognized abroad as israeli. And i think that's where the controversy happens. This is a dish that is inherently air of and abroad. it's being marketed as israeli without any mention to those origins. And that's where the controversy arises that i'm referring to in the book you say that's true of various palestinian foods that the palestinian origin or the arab are engines are recognized at least not in america. So i'm wondering how that makes you feel both as somebody who has become historian of arab food but also as somebody who's palestinian probably have some personal reactions to that so look for me. I started noticing these things once. I left jerusalem. I think a big part of our identities are formed and shaped once. You are out of the place from which your identity arises you start to see yourself in relation to others back home. Everyone's palestinian. It doesn't matter you come here and suddenly it's the defining factor so in i'm here and i see something that i know is such an important part of my culinary. Identity being appropriated as israeli. It feels almost like adding insult to injury and willfully saying that. I don't exist that i don't have a pass that i was never there part of the history so i've said this before. It's not about the chickpea. It's it's not about the dish it's more about what that omission signifies to people like me who are palestinian who see our history being sidestepped completely ignored abroad. You mentioned that when you you lived. In a palestinian community in east jerusalem being palestinian was just what people were but when you move to america was a defining trade along those lines. You say you didn't appreciate your mother's cooking until us after ruse lem and to philadelphia to study at the university of pennsylvania..

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Giroux, Flyers top Rangers 4-3 despite Kreider hat trick

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 5 months ago

Giroux, Flyers top Rangers 4-3 despite Kreider hat trick

"James van Riemsdyk and Shayne Gostisbehere each scored a power play goal in the flyers overcame Chris Kreider's hattrick in a four three win over the Rangers Claude Giroux had three assists in his return after a two week absence due to covert nineteen drew was impressed by the team's power play goals unit played well tonight we're able to get a goal each on the power play I think we moved the puck well and support each other and you know when when you have a high gain find natural products and retrieving them you're gonna get your your scoring chances so we're able to get to Nick Kassis bearing Erik Gustafson each finished with a goal and an assist as Philadelphia won for the second time in six games I'm Dave Ferrie

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"kassis" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

01:34 min | 1 year ago

"kassis" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"With pharmacist Ben Fuchs I registered pharmacist Ben Fuchs here I've been studying healthy bodies for thirty five years and what I've got to tell you the shock and surprise you but if you listen up it may change your life the top of the ice is like a little screen it's called the cornea it's like a little plastic sheet that you put on top of your iPhone or iPad or tablets a screen protector for the irony like a crystal on a watch this cornea it's maybe about the thickness of five or six pieces of notebook paper plates loaded with nerve endings and factors more nerve endings in the cornea than there are anywhere else in the body and no surprise the cornea is very rich in high value Randa Kassis you don't really think too much your corny unless of course you're having Lasix surgery or if you have a wound or tearing the cornea one of the worst things that can happen your corneas herpes herpes in the eye ocular herpes the cornea bends light you've got a defect in the cornea create a stigmatising support have various dystrophies changes and growth in the cornea there's a disorder call Fuchs Ian dystrophy fortunately because the cornea is so thin it can heal really quickly in fact the cells that live on the surface of the cornea among the fastest turning over cells in the body like skin cells a lot of ways in fact the pretty much the same cell type of skin cells cortisol circulating on the extreme outer most part of the body so their damage really fast and they're replaced really fast and they're processing watts of electrical energy in the form of light the cornea because it's so thin and literally on the our most part of the body would be prone towards water loss from evaporation and these are all places where high value run a gas it can come to the rescue farm suspend here urging you.

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"kassis" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:48 min | 1 year ago

"kassis" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Gonna be open up a lot of things in Texas this Friday so really excited about this three interviews were start off with madam of the Texas macabre to Snyder we're gonna route worker and conjure doctor star Kassis and she'll be doing some readings for folks in the audience and then we're gonna end the show with the world's foremost remote viewer major ed dames there are a lot of fun I just talked to the band today so there's a band live performances by George you're gonna sing a few songs looking forward to that I have some fun we'll set up some microphones it's very interactive a lot of fun so all info for all three shows are at the coast to coast AM dot com website C. head over there and it's all there and as of tomorrow I have to do is click the word events of yes off of the navigation bar and when you told me you had a root worker coming in as a guest I thought why are we doing these live root canals no no no no so far from that you got that all right thanks so we're gonna be back more with Gregg Braden his latest work the wisdom codes calls with Greg next hour I'm close to stadium you know about CBD right well in these difficult times a news reports about CBD sales are soaring so to learn how CBD might help we went to our go to experts at C. B. distillery dot com at first things first CBD is the powerful extract from the cannabis plant there's no high it's legal and you don't need a prescription when you shop online at C. B. distillery dot com and more importantly CB de may possess many of the health benefits of medical marijuana so it's a smart choice for you if you prefer natural alternatives but perhaps the biggest reason for the spike in CBD sales is folks are really looking to add a little chill in their lives and exploring the power of C. B. D..

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"kassis" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

03:17 min | 1 year ago

"kassis" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"It's possible as it's just he from sure for it's just this is coast to coast AM with George Noory we'll take your calls next hour with Dr Sherri Tenpenny as we talk about vaccines lots more to talk with her about when we come back three events coming up of course big events coming in the average Washington in September Asheville North Carolina in August and Houston right around the corner in June Tommy one of the Houston about yeah that's coming up real soon what we call it radio to stages are three live shows this year really don't want to miss in there a ton of fun so Houston Texas we're gonna be at the hobby center for the performing arts on Saturday June thirteenth three guests in the show where to start off with madam of the Texas macabre names to Snyder then the middle guest will be route worker and conjure doctor star Kassis and she's gonna do some readings for some folks in the audience and they were gonna end the show with the world's foremost remote viewer major ed dames remote viewing that's gonna be a ton of fun for sure and I noticed the crowds that show up at these things are just amazing people people talking making new friends taking pictures emailing pictures to each other just so much fun so if you're interested in you live in the area or even if you don't people fly in from all over actually to come to the shows the phone number you can call is seven one three three one five two five two five and of course you can go to the coast to coast AM dot com website and all that information is right there live bands George you can sing a few songs I'm looking forward to it Houston Texas coming up June thirteenth looking for ways for stem cell technology to change your world here you go with age women and men have the issues with fine lines wrinkles under eye bags creepy skin on the neck an aging on the hands Dr Nathan Newman Dr to top athletes and celebrities plus.

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"kassis" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

02:32 min | 1 year ago

"kassis" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Just this is coast to coast AM with George Noory we'll take your calls next hour with Dr Sherri Tenpenny as we talk about vaccines lots more to talk with her about when we come back three events coming up of course big events coming in the Everett Washington in September Asheville North Carolina in August and Houston right around the corner in June Tommy one of the Houston about yeah that's coming up real soon what we call it radio to stages are three live shows this year really don't want to miss in there it's kind of fun so Houston Texas we're gonna be at the hobby center for the performing arts on Saturday June thirteenth three guests in the show where to start off with madam of the Texas macabre names to be Snyder then the middle guest will be route worker and conjure doctor star Kassis and she's gonna do some readings for some folks in the audience and they were gonna end the show with the world's foremost remote viewer major ed dames remote viewing that's gonna be a ton of fun for sure and I noticed the crowds that show up at these things are just amazing people people talking making new friends taking pictures emailing pictures to each other just so much fun so if you're interested in you live in the area or even if you don't people fly in from all over actually to come to the shows the phone number you can call is seven one three three one five two five two five and of course you can go to the coast to coast AM dot com website and all that information is right there live bands George you can sing a few songs I'm looking forward to it Houston Texas coming up June thirteenth looking for ways for stem cell technology to change your world here you go with age women and men have the issues with fine lines wrinkles under eye bags creepy skin on the neck an aging on the hands Dr Nathan Newman Dr to top athletes and celebrities plus creator of stem cell based women S. is proud to announce a much lower price on its products doctor Newman tell me about the long term benefit of luminous verses other store bought products the two those are that we have it comes from the factors and the polypeptide that the stem cells are producing visit the language that the scan uses to talk to each other and by using these products you're maintaining the health and balance of the skin versus other products with that we used to have before this technology came about was only putting something to cover the skin it was never ready to help to maintain the balance of the skin so when we're using the luminous Caroline we're going to continue to have a very healthy and beautiful looking skin.

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"kassis" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"kassis" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"Is coast to coast AM with George Noory take your calls next hour with Dr Sherri Tenpenny as we talk about vaccines lots more to talk with her about when we come back three events coming up of course big events coming in the average Washington in September Asheville North Carolina in August and Houston right around the corner in June Tommy one of the Houston about yeah that's coming up real soon what we call it radio to stages are three live shows this year really don't want to miss in there a ton of fun so Houston Texas we're gonna be at the hobby center for the performing arts on Saturday June thirteenth three guests in the show where to start off with madam of the Texas macabre name is to be Snyder then the middle guest will be route worker and conjure doctor star Kassis and she's gonna do some readings for some folks in the audience and they were gonna end the show with the world's foremost remote viewer major ed dames remote viewing that's gonna be a ton of fun for sure and I noticed the crowds that show up at these things are just amazing people people talking making new friends taking pictures emailing pictures to each other just so much fun so if you're interested in you live in the area or even if you don't people fly in from all over actually to come to the shows the phone number you can call is seven one three three one five two five two five and of course you can go to the coast to coast AM dot com website and all that information is right there live bands George gonna sing a few songs I'm looking forward to it Houston Texas coming up June thirteenth.

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"kassis" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

02:01 min | 1 year ago

"kassis" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Don't want to miss in there a ton of fun so Houston Texas we're gonna be at the hobby center for the performing arts on Saturday June thirteenth three guests in the show where to start off with madam of the Texas macabre names to Snyder then the middle guest will be route worker in conjure doctor star Kassis and she's gonna do some readings for some folks in the audience in order to end the show with the world's foremost remote viewer major ed dames remote viewing that's gonna be a ton of fun for sure and I noticed the crowds that show up at these things are just amazing people people talking making new friends taking pictures emailing pictures to each other just so much fun so if you're interested in you live in the area or even if you don't want people fly in from all over actually to come to the shows the phone number you can call is seven one three three one five two five two five and of course you can go to the coast to coast AM dot com website and all that information is right there live bands George you can sing a few songs I'm looking forward to it Houston Texas coming up June thirteenth looking for ways for stem cell technology to change your world here you go with age women and men have the issues with fine lines wrinkles under eye bags creepy skin on the neck an aging on the hands Dr Nathan Newman Dr to top athletes and celebrities plus creator of stem cell based woman asks is proud to announce a much lower price on its products doctor Newman tell me about the long term benefit of luminous verses other store bought products the technology that we have it comes from the factors and the polypeptides that the stem cells are producing visit the language that the scan uses to talk to each other and by using these products you're maintaining the health and balance of the skin versus other products with that we used to have before this technology came about was only putting something to cover the skin it was never ready to help to maintain the balance of the skin so when we're using the luminous Caroline we're going to continue to have a very healthy and beautiful looking skin that will.

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"kassis" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

02:04 min | 1 year ago

"kassis" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"It is all the it is always great teams I mean we should play that later actually very very funny she is and she's very nice she's a whole areas woman well if you love that show like I did there is a reunion there's a reunion alerts that Kassis come together for a table read and they will be at the the the read the table read will drop on YouTube on Sony pictures on Monday so you can check that out see the cast together having a great time of course this is V. assume so they're not actually sitting together but you can see them all right in in you know the screen which is really fun the original cast all back together doing a virtual read of the pilot episode which of course will later come by so it's a table it's a table read it is a table read yes angle how do people find it less so on Monday it will post on YouTube on Sony pictures channel oh okay the the whole read there let me okay so Sony everybody so technically you're you tubes go to the you tubes of my mom calls it type in Sony pictures right there Sony Pictures Entertainment hit subscribe and then that's where you go because they own the rights to the show that's why it's there so yeah yep I can take a nice little respite a little laughter you know it's a good best medicine hello less that bell man I gotta take my birth control I thought it was to apply the cream well that is your job you're not happy with my surprise that I had herpes and very subtle the pale I thought you needed cream for your crab you have to be watched crip camp yet Jeez crabs lex this is a free country.

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"kassis" Discussed on 560 KLZ The Source

560 KLZ The Source

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"kassis" Discussed on 560 KLZ The Source

"Stay up to date with wash toys and ask you to sell on twitter rushed to reason and on facebookcom rushed to liza restoration denver's afternoon rush gales he 560 john wretched else kassis george and charlie grimes who is absolutely have an architect behind the glass as because of the green he comments but hopefully we will have converted from half now we want my going to happen of readytoride now he's an anti apple guy who that's just anybody listening to the show for any length of time should know that yeah i've been like an apple guy for of very long time yummy not like in the last five years i mean i'm talking since mid2000s i've been an apple guy maybe even prior to that in a long time it's in the early 2000s for me because i switched over in college when i was six i measured in journalism in media and um anything that we had in the news room was all on max because you couldn't do any of the finnish shop tools any of that stuff on desktops it's all done on mac and so i switched over at that point loved it once the f one came out everything sink to all of that and we are also talking john about how much you know people say oh it so much more expensive it is initially a heck of a lot longer and it were and it works and not gotten some i've got some apple computers laptops whatever that i just continue to pass down even into my organization that frankly i was i still have the first tower computer that i ever bought from apple that were still we i think we just retired at a few months ago and the resale value is so much higher tale so extra torcaza ownership is actually less i if you look at the life span in the last ten years what people have spent on other things charlie by the way verse for likes was big screen tvs though so new samsung he sent charlie sampson guide i am to on the.

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"kassis" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

02:03 min | 4 years ago

"kassis" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Have said big shut out to piper hyper burner mom and your man i don't know how old she is casey he said she said no ferries birthday go yes gates uber sherry virtue phil perry lorry like the murayama's with russia's fund people but hyper i hope you and your mom can come onto the fear absolutely and sherry here say no kidding all mad sherry when we were leader chastity were going to get tv cassidy our second year on the aroma winter grandcasino malak slake and side david cassidy and we our sat in a david kassis said you know what that means to me both go yeah we do we had no idea well i just assume that and she s and we'd obviously it was when we were wearing the pants with the you were wearing i give in never gan but they had the elastic on the bottom satin pants targets oldham with the draft string basically a medieval need pair for the bolsinger had a round of the eye i am waiver driving our volvo we were endorsing volvo at the time that was that we can gives you got an accident is that's when i first met cherry all those years ago that was a von that was a fun we can except for you know well viva volva your level was viva level there was the near the during no other than yesterday kcna were glamour in grandpa trampoline over at our how hosts nice we had the kids over in usually casey is the playground twenty like every second gap he just lays on the ground literally andrea crawls after i went on i did the trampoline lien and you know that is that is exercise yes it is the end in the full son l yes.

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