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Next up for The Goshen Health Entertainment Series: Fernwood Friday

The Goshen Health Entertainment Series continues Friday, July 21st with Fernwood Friday. Plan to join us from 5:30 to 9:00 pm at Fernwood Botanical Gardens & Nature Preserve for an evening of music by Danny Barber's Jazz Cats. The beautiful gardens will serve as a backdrop for this group of seasoned world class musicians. If your music tastes include songs from the libraries of Duke Ellington, Freddie Hubbard, Cole Porter, and more, Fernwood Friday, July 21st is the place to be.

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Apr 7, 2014

Teaching Ukulele

Apr 4, 2014

Last fall, quite unexpectedly, I became a guitar teacher.  The director of a local music program contacted me and said, Our guitar teacher just left town.  Can you fill in for him?  Next thing I knew I was presented with a roster of seven students, five of whom had never played the instrument before.  And ten days to prepare.

The Soundgarden Of Music

Feb 24, 2014

We mashed up popular musicians with the names of Broadway shows to create a can't-miss theatre lineup. Look out for the show about a rap artist who meets a girl named Maria: Kanye West Side Story.

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Sandwich Monday: The Roman-Style Burger

Feb 24, 2014

During World War II, bun rationing meant that burger joints had to find replacements to hold their ground beef patties.

One of the more creative solutions — using grilled cheese sandwiches — lives on at M Burger in Chicago. It's called the Roman-Style Burger, and it's a secret menu item.

Peter: Why it is called Roman style? Is it because like Gaul, it is divided into three parts?

Miles: We came, we saw, we were conquered.

Sandwich (Replacement) Monday: Soylent

Feb 24, 2014

My sister Natalie recently had a birthday, and a friend who hates her sent her a packet of Soylent, the powdered meal of the future containing all the boring nutrients we need to live.

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ALEX TREBEK: Watson, start us, please.

WATSON: The European Union for $200.

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Science Book Picks for 2013

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The Two Sides of Sgt. Pepper: An Honest Appraisal of The Beatles' Classic

Monday, July 17 & 24, 2017, 9 PM For decades, The Beatles' Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band has ranked highly on many All-Time Best Album lists. Celebrated as the first quasi-concept album in rock, fans and critics have long lauded the songcraft, the pioneering production sounds, and its colorful, now iconic, cover art. Some say it both reflected and drove the burgeoning youth culture through the "Summer of Love" in 1967. In more recent years, some critics have tried to cut through...

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