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Por supuesto un pais tan musical,debido a su condicion geogrfica, cerca de USA, sufrio un repentino desvalance o lo que een psicologia una demencia precox caractrizada n joven…es esquizofrenico: eso de dirigir una sinfonia pensando en la "critica y autocritica" s algo demencial: consecuencia, la cantidad de '" musicos" frustados y descepcionados: pero quien en estos 50 triste anos no sta descepcionadl. Cuantaos libros vendera el triste y enganoso sistema. (MORE)
Maria Stewart, a free black woman, lived in Boston and New York City for most of her life. Her passion for public speaking fueled her to press against a number of restraints. …Though her speaking passion was on the equality of women, she spoke to anyone who would listen. Her work even went on to be emulated by Sojourner Truth.Born Maria Miller, Maria Stewart was born to free black parents in Hartford, Conn. Her parents died in 1808. As an orphan, she lived with a minister and his wife until Maria turned 15. When Maria turned 20, she began to attend Sabbath School and get her education. She married James Stewart, a veteran of the War of 1812 in 1826, only to become a widow in 1829 without having children. Even though she was initially denied James' veteran's pension, a white legislature passed a law granting pensions to all widows of veterans of the War of 1812.Her religious upbringing played a huge part in shaping her early life. She was possibly influenced by Scriptures and her freedom in Christ. She believed that there should be no restrictions on who could speak publicly. She was later influenced by David Walker, a prosperous, somewhat militant, and outspoken member of the General Colored Association. After his death in 1830, she took his crusade upon herself and began speaking publicly in the style of other African-American women speakers of her day.Once she took the stage, Maria Stewart spoke to all who would listen. She spoke to audiences made up of people who were black, white, men or women. She mainly spoke near Boston. She primarily spoke on equality for women so that they could achieve social and moral advancement. Her speeches were later emulated by the abolitionist Sojourner Truth.Unfortunately for Maria, her speeches were not well received. She wrote and delivered four main speeches between 1832 and 1833. These speeches were later published in the abolitionist newspaper, The Liberator. She focused on the themes of women's rights, moral advancement, and the abolition of slavery. Although her efforts were not directly rewarded, she lived long enough to see the end of the Civil War and the Emancipation Proclamation.Maria Stewart died in 1880 at the age of 77. She ended her lecture circuit in 1833. Her last speech was to a group at the African Meeting House on Boston's Black Heritage Trail. She influenced abolitionist speakers such as Sojourner Truth. She later became a school teacher in New York and later Washington, D.C.Maria Stewart's passion for public speaking and spreading the truth caused her to press against boundaries. She followed in the style of other women speakers of her day as she worked as a preacher. She drew on the works of David Walker, and she herself went on to inspire Sojourner Truth. Though not all of her speeches were well received, she kept promoting women's rights and moral advancement.African-Americans in the north did not endure the same treatment as those in the south. They were allowed to pursue an education and a number of other opportunities. This did not last permanently, though, and there were significant issues of oppression later on that African-Americans had to face in the north. But in this regard, they were able to carve out at least a better life than they would otherwise find in the South. (MORE)
Santa Maria BBQ is a popular barbecue style with regional origins in California's central coast. The primary dish in Santa Maria BBQ is a seasoned beef tri-tip. The tri-tip is… cooked on a grill that lifts and lowers over a fire to control the heat level. Santa Maria BBQ Outfitters is a grill manufacturing company that specializes in grills designed in this style. Here is an overview of the different Santa Maria BBQ grills.Santa Maria BBQ Outfitters makes four different backyard grills of various sizes. Each grill has a hand-cranked vertical lift for authentic Santa Maria style BBQ. The smallest grill is 18 inches by 12 inches and has handles for easy use in tailgating situations. The most popular backyard model is 20 inches by 30 inches, featuring sturdy wheels and two removable plastic cutting boards.Santa Maria BBQ Outfitters sells two different professional-grade grill models. Both professional grills are the same size, 40 inches by 60 inches, but they have different feature sets. The deluxe professional grill features heavier steel, a single adjustable cooking screen, and a custom hand wheel. The standard professional grill has dual adjustable cooking screens, two built-in plastic cutting boards, and two tool hooks.For seriously heavy-duty barbecue, consider one of Santa Maria BBQ's trailer grills. The trailers range in size from six feet to 10 feet in length. These trailer grills come with a variety of standard features, including a quarter inch thick steel firebox, safety chains and a large hand wheel for raising and lowering the cooking screen. You can also choose from a diverse set of deluxe options including cutting boards, a double firewall, and chrome wheels.Santa Maria BBQ custom grills offer a large range of options to create the grill of your dreams. Custom grills can be created in both standalone and built-in styles. You can add cutting boards in the material of your choice, with options ranging from plastic or granite. With everything from wheel size to hand painting up to you, the possibilities for customization are nearly endless.You can order any of these products directly from the Santa Maria BBQ Outfitters website. In California, you can also find these grills at a number of local retail stores, most notably Costco and Albertson's. Shipping Santa Maria BBQ grills outside of California can be quite pricey. However, the quality backyard grills in particular are relatively affordable, making the high shipping cost slightly less of a concern.The primary dish in Santa Maria BBQ is a seasoned beef tri-tip. The tri-tip is cooked on a grill that lifts and lowers over a fire to control the heat level. (MORE)
Drawing on the distinctive flavor of mint, white crème de menthe affords your adult beverages a whimsical flair suitable for any occasion. While not as festive as green crèm…e de menthe, white crème de menthe is perfect for preparing drinks that call for mint flavoring without creating a green eyesore.Perhaps the most beloved cocktail to utilize crème de menthe is the grasshopper. As the name suggests, a grasshopper is usually light green in color from equal parts green and white crème de menthe. However, many bartenders substitute green for white crème de menthe to offer a visually appealing substitute. Simply mix 2 ounces of white crème de menthe with 1 ounce of fresh cream in ice in a shaker, and then strain the drink into a martini glass.Never known to take the edge off of any drink, vodka is a novel way to update the stinger. Mix 3 ounces of vodka and 1 ounce of white crème de menthe in a shaker, and then serve on the rocks. White crème de menthe masks the potency of vodka, making a vodka stinger taste far less formidable than it actually is.Part of the fun of mixing with white crème de menthe is the subtle flavor it packs into deceptively potent beverages. Take chocolate mint rum as an example. This beverage utilizes the nuanced flavors of dark rum, crème de cacao and white crème de menthe to conceal the added kick of 151 proof rum. Using a shaker with ice, mix ½ ounce of white crème de menthe, ½ ounce of crème de cacao, 1 ounce of dark rum and ½ ounce of 151 proof rum. If the drink is too strong, consider remaking the beverage with 1 ½ ounces of dark rum and omitting the 151 proof rum.While champagne is associated with celebration and sophistication, it also lends itself well to modification with white crème de menthe in a Monte Carlo imperial. Pour ½ ounce of white crème de menthe into a highball glass, and then add as much champagne as you desire. For an added kick, consider adding a dash of lemon juice to the drink or substituting champagne for other sparkling wines, such as prosecco.Recipes for white crème de menthe run the gamut from sophisticated cocktails to fanciful mixed drinks. Having white crème de menthe in your bartending arsenal allows you to tap into this flavor diversity and offer your guests a distinctive taste without the cosmetic liability of neon green drinks. Consider adding these recipes to your repertoire, and wow your guests with mint-flavored drinks.White creme de menthe co-stars with a variety of spirits in simple two-ingredient cocktails and shooters. Pair it with white creme de cacao to yield a Peppermint Patty. Coffee-flavored Tia Maria teams with white creme de menthe in an After Eight Mint. Enjoy the combination of almond and mint in an Amaretto Stinger. (MORE)
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A few hours away from the jungles surrounding Palenque lies southwestern Chiapas, home to San Cristobal de las Casas at a brisk 7,218 feet. Within half an hour's drive you can… take a river trip past alligators, through huge three-quarters of a mile high cliffs. Few states have such diversity. (MORE)
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Maria Montessori was considered a leading educator of the early 20th century, and today many psychologists acknowledge that she was decades ahead of her time. She wrote severa…l books, articles, and pamphlets about her theories and methods from which these quotes are taken. (MORE)
From Maria Menounos, self-proclaimed EveryGirl and host of Extra, comes a lasting weight-loss program based on the Mediterranean diet of her childhood that will encourage wome…n to think "smarter, simpler, healthier" - a personal mantra that helped the star lose (and keep off!) forty pounds.Do you plan on writing another book in the EveryGirl's series?I'll be writing till the day I die, particularly nonfiction help books in the EveryGirl series. It's probably the reporter in me but I have a deep passion for gathering and sharing information, especially with fellow women. I feel like many people's lives can be positively enhanced if they come in contact with the proper information. Growing up, my parents and I lacked information on a host of subjects that made life far more difficult than it needed to be. I want to help people, especially women, avoid that. How do you maintain a fitness routine with such a hectic lifestyle?I cover it extensively in the book. I rarely have time to get to the gym. However, I practice convenience conditioning and so can every girl. I implement workouts into all my general daily tasks and activities. At work, I do things like take stairs instead of elevators. When I walk through the office I walk briskly. Whether carrying laundry baskets or grocery bundles I'm consciously using my muscles and in exercise mode. On the phone, wearing a headset, I'll use one liter water battles to do shoulder exercises or curls, or I'll just do leg lifts. When cleaning my house, I'll listen to my playlist and burn through my chores rapidly and, again, consciously trying to burn calories. I carry a general sense of urgency in all the things I do and it all burns calories and keeps me toned. It also helps me accomplish a lot in life which isn't a bad thing. In addition, I engage in desk workouts and bedside workouts. I keep resistance bands and small dumbbells nearby. They're cheap, space saving and easy to use. I employ them, again, while talking on the phone or even watching TV. It's all about being creative and about consciously finding ways to exercise within your daily activities.What are the most important parts of maintaining a healthy diet?Strive to eat foods that come from the ground 75% of the time. It's simple to shoot for and effective.What are some of your workouts that I can do at home?There are so many. In my book I have a bedside workout as well as a desk workout. Between resistance bands, mats, balls and small dumb bells you can get in an inexpensive workout in a very small area. One of my favorites is the Urban workout where all you need is a park bench and cables! Also, there are hundreds of workout videos on YouTube that you can play on your laptop and follow along to. Home workouts are the best because they are convenient and time and cost effective. The more convenient, the more likely you'll do it.Are there any fitness classes that you participate in?No, but when I have participated in spinning and dance classes they were so much fun. I say in the book how important it is for you to have fun when exercising to keep you motivated. If it's a class that does that or being on a volleyball team, then I'm all for it.What is your typical fitness routine?I don't have an official routine. I don't really go to the gym. Generally speaking, as I explain in "The EveryGirl's Guide to Diet and Fitness," I find creative ways to squeeze in exercises during my daily living routine, and I stay as active as I possibly can. I walk instead of drive. I opt for stairs instead of escalators. When I move about the office, I do so quickly. I wear a headset for long phone calls, so I can have my hands and legs free to move or even exercise. When cleaning, I wear my headphones, listen to music and treat it like a workout. My mind is in a constant state to challenge myself to be active and to exercise. I'm like a rocketship. If you ask anyone who knows me, you really are chasing me! I also have an inexpensive pedometer that measures my daily steps. I strive to do 10,000 a day and whether I accomplish that or not, it's a reminder to try. On top of everything, I'm urgent in all matters within my day. Like the other activities mentioned, it burns calories plus it helps me to get more accomplished and thus feel better, too. When I want to spend quality time with loved ones, friends and even business associates, I try to do so over a long walk or hike. It gives me a great burn but better yet I have the best emotional and creative exchanges.Where is your favorite date spot?We love Katsuya for sushi. Kev and I go there on Fridays for sake, sushi and to decompress and it's always fun.What is your favorite dish?Lido's cheese ravioli with Alfredo sauce!What is your favorite restaurant?In LA? Lido's pizza in Van Nuys, CA. Love their homemade Italian food.What is the best part of writing a book?Being able to reach people in need with helpful information. Anytime you can positively inspire anyone, you are succeeding in such an incredible way. When people come up to me holding my first book 'The EveryGirl's Guide to Life' and tell me how much it helped them, it pleases me in a way nothing else in this business ever has or will.Who is the best dressed celeb?I have many but Jessica Alba and Jennifer Lopez are two of my favorites!Do you actually follow the advice in your book?Following the advice is how I lost the weight and how I've kept it off all these years!What was the most fun Hollywood event to cover?I would have to say the Super Bowl is the most fun. Even though it's sports, it's also a huge Hollywood event. I was there to witness every new England Patriots victory, not many can say that. It's been a dream!Do you have a favorite diet cookbook or website?I love any book by Giada De Laurentiis or Rachael Ray. My mom who I cook with all the time is a professional cook and she loves Giada and Rachael's books, too.How did you get involved in WWE?I don't recall if I contacted them or if they contacted me but I've been a fan since I was a little girl. It is truly the most underrated of art forms. What performers do you know that can ad lib before a live audience of millions and stay in character while being over 200 pounds and being thrown through the air? And doing all of the above 300 days a year? What movie or rock star could do that? I don't know many. For the writers and producers I say the same thing. They create such original, dramatic and comedic story lines and characters. When I gushed my sentiments to the WWE, we became a match made in heaven. I told them I'd do anything for them and they were gracious enough to let me wrestle. Since then, Vince, Stephanie and Paul have truly become second family. The wrestlers I feel are like my brothers and sisters. There isn't much I wouldn't do for them. When I get to host or wrestle for them it feels like going home. It's a place away from Hollywood where I can just have fun and dream. Wrestling at Wrestlemania remains the greatest experience of my entire life. I'm proud to call myself a part time Diva and I'm already excited for this year's Summerslam in LA!What was your first professional job?I cleaned nightclubs with my parents from age 3 to 13. Then I worked at Dunkin Donuts (my first real paycheck). I had tons of jobs in between, but my first major job was becoming an anchor for Channel One News.Do you ever slip and eat donuts for breakfast instead of going to the gym?First off, I rarely go to the gym. I instead choose to get my steps throughout my day and find ways to get a hike in or any outdoor activity I can when I can. Second, of course I slip up and not just with breakfast but with all meals. However, as I discuss in the book, I'm mindful to clean up my eating habits after the fact to compensate. It's all about balance!How do you continue to motivate yourself to stay healthy?I try to listen to my body. If I'm on a spell of eating poorly and being sedentary, I'm usually lethargic, weak and sickly. That's usually the wakeup call for me to clean up my diet a bit and to get moving.How is your book different than other diet/fitness books on the market?My book is truly a no time, no money, no willpower guide to losing weight, keeping it off and to living a healthier, longer, more productive life. The reason it's the EveryGirl's Guide to Diet and Fitness is because I think every girl out there lacks time and money today, no matter who you are. As an author, I legitimately employed the steps and techniques outlined in the guide to lose 40 pounds and keep it off. In addition, I lost the weight when I was broke, working two jobs and putting myself through college. I tried and failed for years before that and couldn't muster the will power to stay on an official diet for more than a day. When I broke into Hollywood, I met and worked with the greatest fitness and weight loss experts to help me to learn more and to further hone my techniques. Lastly, and most importantly, the book goes beyond weight loss. It centers on long term health but does so in a realistic, sensible and easy to follow manner.Are there specific diets or trends that you follow?In my book I write about how much I hate "diets". To me they are short-term solutions that rarely yield long-term results. Every time I tried a certain diet I couldn't stay on it for any period of time. Instead I developed an eating plan, which I outline in the book, that's realistic and easy to adhere to, and one I would generally continue with for the rest of my life.What is your secret weight loss trick?I have so many and I share them all in the book but if you pin me down to one, I'd say hot water, getting your steps in, and never say you're on a diet. Drinking plain hot water, or even hot water with a lemon, is the cheapest, easiest and healthiest means to help lose weight. Many times we think we are hungry, we are actually dehydrated. Drinking hot water throughout your day helps you to hydrate and thus suppress your appetite. Since its hot, you tend to sip it slowly, thus keeping your mouth occupied longer with something other than food. Moreover, drinking hot water after meals aids in digestion. The hot water in essence melts the food. On top of it all, sipping hot water has a calming and soothing effect. It's the first and last thing I consume daily. I drink it throughout the day. Its also a healthy alternative to diet soda or coffee. They sell electric kettles at Target for under 30 dollars. I have one in my kitchen and in my office. In terms of steps, I aim for at least 10,000 a day and if you want to lose weight you would aim for even more than that. This makes it so you don't necessarily have to work out at a gym as you are starting your weightloss journey. Getting your steps is more than enough. And lastly never tell yourself or anyone you are on a diet. It sets you up for failure. Just aim to eat healthier with each meal and make small choices that aren't overwhelming. If you tell people you're on a diet and then at dessert time your willpower doesn't hold up, then you quit on it all and feel like a failure. I've been there. But if you never said you were on a diet, and instead you are just trying to make better choices when you can its easier to stick to it.What motivated you to write "The EveryGirl's Guide to Diet and Fitness: How I Lost 40 lbs and Kept it Off-And How You Can Too!"?I love sharing information which is why I love reporting. I'm also constantly asked by friends and fans how I lost the weight. But more than anything, I love helping people-especially women. And I know most women don't have a lot of free time or money or even willpower to get fit. All those factors are crippling to getting in shape. I know from personal experience. When I was 40 pounds overweight, I was working two jobs and going to school full time. Beyond being broke and overwhelmed, I also lacked the willpower to stay on any official diet for more than two days. However, during that time, through much trial and error, I found a way to overcome those obstacles, lose the weight and keep it off. I want to share what I did so other women can overcome similar obstacles to get fit and healthy. (MORE)
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