Casa TR / Antonio Jurado

first_imgCasa TR / Antonio JuradoSave this projectSaveCasa TR / Antonio Jurado Projects Photographs Photographs:  Antonio Jurado Manufacturers Brands with products used in this architecture project Save this picture!© Antonio Jurado+ 21 Share CopyAbout this officeAntonio JuradoOfficeFollowProductsSteelStoneConcrete#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousesTorroxSpainPublished on December 25, 2016Cite: “Casa TR / Antonio Jurado” 25 Dec 2016. ArchDaily. Accessed 11 Jun 2021. 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Personalize your stream and start following your favorite authors, offices and users.Go to my stream CopyHouses•Torrox, Spain “COPY” “COPY” 2012 Spaincenter_img Area:  177 m² Year Completion year of this architecture project ArchDaily ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOr Clipboard Architects: Antonio Jurado Area Area of this architecture project Casa TR / Antonio Jurado ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOr Clipboard Manufacturers: Saloni, ABB, AcorCollaborating Architect:María Rosa Jurado, Javier Martínez, Jesús Navarro.Technical Architect:Francisco BuenoTechnical Architect Collaborator:Mar ManzaneraArchitect In Charge:Antonio JuradoCity:TorroxCountry:SpainMore SpecsLess SpecsSave this picture!© Antonio JuradoRecommended ProductsDoorsJansenDoors – Folding and SlidingDoorsLonghiDoor – HeadlineDoorsSaliceSliding Door System – Slider S20DoorsVitrocsaGlass Technology in Hotel BeaulacText description provided by the architects. The project is located in the historical center of Torrox, in Malaga (Spain), that it has a very clear homogeneity and a strong Mediterranean character, where the buildings adapt to the topography, so that the resulting streets are winding and uneven slopes between parallel streets.Save this picture!© Antonio JuradoSave this picture!© Antonio JuradoFaced with these initial conditions, we insert the house in the urban pattern in the most silent way, interweaving the place to the needs of the owners.Save this picture!© Antonio JuradoWhat makes characteristic to the house is fundamentally the place where it is located. It is an extremely complex environment, the L-shaped plot and with an area of only 56 m2. The plot is arranged in a corner, giving two of its sides to public streets at different levels. Save this picture!© Antonio JuradoAs for the relationship with the environment, with the landscape, we propose large windows that dilute the boundaries between exterior and interior. In this way, the landscape becomes the essential element of the house. The climatic conditions of Torrox, makes the project open to the environment and dialogue with it.Save this picture!© Antonio JuradoThe house is an intermediate point between interior and exterior, between the landscape and the intimate, between reality and reflection.The program is divided into three packages:-Storage-Private-Common.The program dedicated to storage is located in semi-basement floor and has direct access from the stepped street.Save this picture!© Antonio JuradoThe program dedicated to private use (bedrooms and a bathroom) is situated on the ground floor, together with the main access to the building.Save this picture!PlansThe program dedicated to common use is situated on the first floor, as this floor has the best relationship with the environment, creating in this floor a single open space, where there is the triple use of kitchen-dining-living room and a toilet.Save this picture!© Antonio JuradoOn the second floor is a terrace, divided in two by a small space that serves as a laundry room and receives the stairs from the kitchen. The two terraces have different characters, so that one has a more private sense, covered by a pergola and the other terrace is more open, where a small barbecue is located.Save this picture!© Antonio JuradoOne of the key points of the home is the location of the staircase. We decided to attach it to one of the party walls, so that the floor is free. In the common use floor we opted for an open white steel staircase as the walls, so that it becomes permeable to the light and the views.Save this picture!ElevationsSomething important in this house is its bioclimatic character, the energy saving and the adaptation to climatological conditions, projecting cross ventilation and glass with solar treatment.Save this picture!© Antonio JuradoAs a general project strategy, we reduce the range of colors to white and gray. This reduction applies also to the furniture, both the kitchen and the rest of the house. In this way the whole house is understood in an integral and continuous way.Project gallerySee allShow less50Hertz Headquarter Berlin / LOVE architecture and urbanismSelected ProjectsTehranpars Showroom / FEA StudioSelected Projects Share Year:  Houseslast_img read more

Threats against media workers and families show regime’s true face

first_img IranMiddle East – North Africa News Receive email alerts Call for Iranian New Year pardons for Iran’s 21 imprisoned journalists January 9, 2013 – Updated on June 7, 2019 Threats against media workers and families show regime’s true face Reporters Without Borders once again expresses its grave concern at the arbitrary arrests of journalists and netizens and the threats made against the families of foreigners and Iranians working for media organizations in Iran. In the past three years, the press freedom organization has recorded a dozen arrests and instances of threats against the families of journalists working for foreign-based organizations and international news agencies. In the past two months, several journalists and netizens have been summoned for questioning in cities such as Tehran, Bushehr, Karaj and Qazvin, two of them aged just 14 and 15. On 25 December, agents from the intelligence ministry raided the head office of the weekly Hadith e-Qazvin in the northern city of Qazvin. They seized its computers and took the staff away for questioning. The journalists were released after three hours.However, the weekly’s editor Rahim Sarkar is still held in intelligence ministry cells in Qazvin. He was previously arrested on 8 March last year and released four days later on bail of 50 million tomans (45,000 euros). Publication was halted for the second time in a year. On 1 January, Mohammad Kimyai, a writer and contributor to Hadith-e Qazvin, was also arrested at his home by intelligence ministry agents. His family has been given no reason for his arrest. The journalist is held in solitary confinement in the intelligence ministry prison in Qazvin. On the same day, a 14-year-old blogger was arrested by the Iranian cyber police in the northern city of Karaj. According to the cyber police website, the teenager had published “offensive content” on his blog and he had “confessed to his crimes after his arrest”.Two weeks earlier, several netizens using social networks were summoned for questioning by the cyber police in the city of Bushehr. They included Sorosh Ghazizadeh, a 15-year-old blogger who was questioned for five hours. His father, Younes Ghazizadeh, is a well-known and outspoken journalist in the region. The arrest and interrogation of the young blogger could be a way of putting pressure on his father. The government continues to threaten the families of journalists working for foreign-based organizations and international news outlets. The threats intensified after coverage in the international media of the protests that followed the disputed re-election of President Mahmoud Ahmedinejad in June 2009. For the past year, the government has been taking reprisals against foreign news organizations in response to the strengthening of international sanctions in the field of telecommunications which restrict the Islamic Republic’s ability to spread its propaganda. The reprisals include: – The accreditation of journalists working for the Reuters news agency has been withdrawn after a court case trumped up by agents of the ministry of culture and Islamic guidance.- “Journalists” close to the intelligence service have been imposed on some news organizations to intimidate them and exert greater control over their activities.- Pressure and harassment has been stepped up against a number of Iranian and foreign journalists and correspondents working for international media organizations to force them to give up their work. – Several journalists have been entrapped by government agents and accused of having “immoral relations banned under Islamic law”. Some have been threatened with stoning.This was the fate of the young female journalist H.KA, who befriended a colleague from a prestigious European newspaper at a government-organized conference in Tehran in February 2010. She was summoned to the intelligence ministry a few days later and questioned about her relationship with a “foreign agent”. She was accused of spying and of having sexual relations with a “miscreant”, and was threatened with stoning or the death penalty unless she co-operated.She was forced to sign a statement that she had been raped by her foreign colleague and subsequently to entice him to go to an area close to nuclear installations. H.KA, now in exile, is still subjected to pressure through her family. Her case is far from isolated and illustrates the methods used regularly by the ruling theocracy, which is in the grip of corruption and tyranny. Such outrageous accusations are used as a weapon against the sanctions imposed by Western governments and amount to hostage-taking. Reporters Without Borders has received several first-hand accounts from victims of the shabby and insidious methods used by the Tehran government, which it has passed on to U.N. human rights bodies. News Help by sharing this information IranMiddle East – North Africa News Newscenter_img RSF_en June 9, 2021 Find out more Iran: Press freedom violations recounted in real time January 2020 to go further After Hengameh Shahidi’s pardon, RSF asks Supreme Leader to free all imprisoned journalists Follow the news on Iran March 18, 2021 Find out more Organisation February 25, 2021 Find out morelast_img read more

A Look at the Potential Foreclosure Wave of 2021

first_img in Daily Dose, Featured, News, Webcasts Share Save Home / Daily Dose / A Look at the Potential Foreclosure Wave of 2021 Servicers Navigate the Post-Pandemic World 2 days ago January 20, 2021 2,180 Views Sign up for DS News Daily Christina Hughes Babb is a reporter for DS News and MReport. A graduate of Southern Methodist University, she has been a reporter, editor, and publisher in the Dallas area for more than 15 years. During her 10 years at Advocate Media and Dallas Magazine, she published thousands of articles covering local politics, real estate, development, crime, the arts, entertainment, and human interest, among other topics. She has won two national Mayborn School of Journalism Ten Spurs awards for nonfiction, and has penned pieces for Texas Monthly,, Dallas Observer, Edible, and the Dallas Morning News, among others. Governmental Measures Target Expanded Access to Affordable Housing 2 days ago About Author: Christina Hughes Babb 2021-01-20 Christina Hughes Babb The Best Markets For Residential Property Investors 2 days ago Previous: HUD Proposes New Home Inspections Rule Next: Natural Disaster Risk at Center of New FHFA RFI Demand Propels Home Prices Upward 2 days ago  Print This Post Related Articles Subscribe The Best Markets For Residential Property Investors 2 days ago The Week Ahead: Nearing the Forbearance Exit 2 days ago Data Provider Black Knight to Acquire Top of Mind 2 days ago Data Provider Black Knight to Acquire Top of Mind 2 days ago Demand Propels Home Prices Upward 2 days ago A Look at the Potential Foreclosure Wave of 2021 Servicers Navigate the Post-Pandemic World 2 days ago This week, DS5 Inside the Industry featured an interview with Rick Sharga, EVP at RealtyTrac, a foreclosure data company, where he is responsible for developing and executing a strategic marketing plan to optimize growth and drive business development.Sharga discusses the potential 2021 foreclosure wave. He points out that the current recession is atypical.”I don’t believe there is much chance at all that we will see the foreclosure volume that we saw during the Great Recession,” he tells DS News.”The forbearance programs are going to last until at least March 2021, so we have time to figure some things out.”View the following video for his detailed explanation plus more highlights from the week’s news. Governmental Measures Target Expanded Access to Affordable Housing 2 days agolast_img read more

Local councillor fears further cuts as five beds close at Buncrana Nursing Unit

first_img Local councillor fears further cuts as five beds close at Buncrana Nursing Unit RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Homepage BannerNews News, Sport and Obituaries on Monday May 24th Facebook Loganair’s new Derry – Liverpool air service takes off from CODA Pinterest Arranmore progress and potential flagged as population grows Twitter An Inishowen councillor is expressing concern about the immediate future of the Buncrana Community Nursing Unit, saying staff shortage have led to the closure of five beds already, and day services are also being seriously compromised.Cllr Rena Donaghey says the problem is being worsened because they haven’t got clearance to replace senior staff.She spoke to Greg Hughes on the Nine til Noon Show………….Audio Player Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume. Pinterest Google+center_img Google+ Twitter Previous article3% increase in calls received by NowDoc in December 2017Next articleMeetings to be held in Donegal in bid to retain Irish language News Highland Important message for people attending LUH’s INR clinic WhatsApp Facebook WhatsApp DL Debate – 24/05/21 By News Highland – January 5, 2018 Nine til Noon Show – Listen back to Monday’s Programmelast_img read more

Inside Edge

first_imgThe Lifesaving Club took the plunge in Bristol this Saturday for their final competition of the year. A disappointing 7th on the day was still enough to ensure a respectable 4th in the overall league standings. The side now look forward to a beach event later this term, held in conjunction with Boscombe Lifeguards, which should see as many as 10 universities transfer their pool skills to use in the sea. Meanwhile, the windsurfers have enjoyed an excellent year. Following Varsity defeat, the side recovered to collect two prizes in the Nationals in Calshot near Southampton. The ‘Cowboys and Indians’ post-match party proved just as rewarding for the team who are known to frequent the Lamb and Flag on their Tuesday night socials. A tremendous individual performance from Jesus’ Ed Catmur was the highlight of a fantastic display from the orienteering team in the BUSA Championships at Sheffield. Catmur snatched joint second overall, supported by strong runs from Oli Mytton and Jaime Reed. Meanwhile the ladies produced an equally impressive result: the team of Pippa Whitehouse, Becky Carlyle and Christine Jones collected bronze medals in the hard-fought relay. Whitehouse could well be in line for a British call-up, following her particularly strong leg. The Middlesex Club Sevens saw semi-final heartache for the OURFC boys. After conquering Rosslyn Park in the quarters, the side collapsed beneath the Fijian-inspired brilliance of the Princess of Wales Royal Regiment and slumped to a 28-7 defeat. Nevertheless, Director of Rugby Steve Hill praised the side on their early performances within the competition. In other rugby news, the Oxford Institute of Legal Practice secured the College Sevens title with a 24-19 victory over a battling Oriel. One man who is definitely out of his step with his team-mates is boxing captain Philip Mosley. During the off-season, Mosley’s fitness regime has taken him to new extremes. “I don’t know what the other guys are doing to stay fit, but as for myself, apart from a bit of running, I am in hard training for Dance Cuppers in 4th week,” the Univ student told Cherwell. “Yeah, hardcore. No it wasn’t my idea…And I can’t dance either.”ARCHIVE: 2nd Week TT 2003last_img read more

Local Surfers React to Ocean City’s Selection as #4 Best Surf Town in America…

first_imgPhoto Credit: Mett Keenan, Ocean City, NJ. Photo: Keenan via Our secret is out.Ocean City, long known in the surfing community as a great surf town, recently received some national validation.’s series on “America’s Best Surf Towns” ranked OC at number 4, ahead of such California mainstays as Huntingdon Beach, Ventura, and San Clemente; New Smyrna Beach, Florida and Kill Devil Hills, North Carolina.“It doesn’t surprise me,” said Greg Beck, of Surfers Supplies, Ocean City’s original surf shop. There have been so many people that have contributed to the surfing community and the lifestyle. It started back in the 60s with guys like John Carey, George Gerlach and Don Pileggi.They made it something that caught on and we developed a culture. They were promoting surfing as a lifestyle, not just the waves. They introduced it to people as something they could enjoy doing, and having a lot of fun.”The article extols the virtues of the Ocean City Boardwalk and the vibe of the locals, and acknowledged it gets pretty cold here in the winter months.“Yes you will need 5-mil full suit with gloves boots and hood, and yes it snows on the beach,” the article acknowledged. “But that’s why you’re scoring in wintertime with hardly anyone else out.”Ocean City has so much to offer beyond surfing hours. The boardwalk and down town always seem to have something going on.Seamus Carey, a 12-year-old year-round shredder, said the ranking was a natural.“The waves are always fun and there’s so much to do here.”Becky Friedel, owner of the 7th Street Surf Shop said “The Ocean City Surfing Association is the oldest organization of its kind on the East Coast. Also, the City of Ocean City has been awesome in helping to promote surfing and designating 7th St. as the official surfing beach. That designation later enabled us to be the first shop on the East Coast to offer surfing lessons, which we believe helped to promote the sport.”Tyler Sankey and Maddy Presnall making things happen at 7th Street Surf Shop“For that we owe a debt of gratitude to the city as well as the entire surfing community who still enjoy surfing at 7th St. to this day. We now see grandparents, parents and their children all enjoying the waves in Ocean City.”Tyler Sankey, an employee at 7th St. Surf Shop said he was pleased the article mentioned that Ocean City was a breeding ground for many great surfers.One such OC legend, Dean Randazzo, said he was happy to see Ocean City ranked so highly, but like his fellow surfers, he was not surprised.“The City has been very supportive, there are some great surf shops in town and there is plenty to do, especially for families, besides surfing,” Dean said.Maddy Presnall, another 7th St. employee, expressed gratitude that OC was coming out of the shadows with the article.“It’s nice that a small town like ours mattered to them.” she said.But why wouldn’t it? Ocean City has mattered to the hard core, enthusiastic and casual surfer for about a half century now. It seems that the rest of the world is finally catching up.Are you curious about who else made their list? Just click on the links below:Best Surf Towns In America 2017, No. 4: Ocean City, NJBest Surf Towns 2017“The best places in the U.S. to eat, sleep, work, and shred”No.10: Huntington Beach, CANo.9: Kill Devil Hills, NCNo.8: Ventura, CANo.7: Encinitas, CANo.6: San Clemente, CANo.5: New Smyrna Beach, FLNo.4: Ocean City, NJNo.3: Pa’ia, HINo.2: Santa Cruz, CANo.1: Haleiwa, HIlast_img read more

Pudding-maker Coles in Wilkin & Sons take-over

first_imgLuxury pudding maker Coles Traditional Foods is to become part of the Wilkin & Sons group, best-known for its Tiptree preserves.Coles, based near Saffron Walden, Essex, specialises in the production of traditional Christmas puddings, premium puddings and cakes.It employs around 20 staff at its site at Great Chesterford, and has seen increasing UK sales, as well as a successful export business.Chris Cole, whose father started the business over 70 years ago, will remain as managing director. “It’s very much business as usual here at Great Chesterford,” said Cole. “My main concern was to protect the future of the business and to look after the workforce. I’m delighted that we will be working with Wilkin & Sons.”Ian Thurgood, joint MD of Wilkin & Sons, commented: “Coles has an international reputation for high quality. It’s a great opportunity for two premium brands to work together. We plan to develop and strengthen the Coles brand.”In April this year Wilkin & Sons announced the purchase of 100% of the shares of Raven Patisserie, now Tiptree Patisserie.>>Raven Patisserie changes name to Tiptreelast_img read more

Bakers Basco appoints new general manager

first_imgTransport operations specialist Paul Empson has joined Bakers Basco as general manager.The company, which was founded by five of the UK’s largest plant bakeries, manages the use and supply of bread baskets. In his new role, Empson will oversee its operations and recovery efforts.He will also spearhead technological innovations, such as GPS tracking, to understand the supply chain, with a goal of further reducing equipment losses and misuse, which Bakers Basco said is rife across the UK.Just last month, Bakers Basco warned that Britain’s bread supply was at risk if baskets and dollies were not returned, particularly as the Covid-19 pandemic has increased demand for bread in supermarkets.Before his appointment, Empson spent four years as transport operations manager for XPO Logistics on the Iceland Foods contract. He was also transport manager for 3663 First for Foodservice (now Bidfood) for 10 years, working as transport manager for the Abingdon and Bicester distribution centres before becoming regional transport controller for the south region.“I am very much looking forward to a new challenge in my career with Bakers Basco,” said Empson.“Tracking bread baskets is a similar world that I’m used to, given that the same challenges exist with distribution, with the controls and tracking of roll cages, pallets, RU bags etc. It will be interesting to see how I can work closely with the different teams within the business, as well as our shareholders and partners, to carry on and continuously improve the great work Bakers Basco has already achieved.”The company, which was set up in 2006, has a pool of four million bread baskets and associated wheeled dollies. Currently around 25 bakeries, ranging from small to very large, pay a licence fee to use the equipment.Joe Street, chairman of Bakers Basco, added: “We are delighted to have Paul on board with his broad experience, which will bring a lot to the company.”last_img read more

Is it a cobbler or is it a cake?

first_imgIf you didn’t know already, my writing for the Daily Bulldog has expanded the site’s readership to include a strong contingent of my East Tennessee family. My family is as nostalgic about the food of our childhood as I am, so they have recommended topics for future articles. One of these recommendations resonated with me today as I collect the ingredients to bake a friend’s birthday cake.Momma made notes in the margins of her recipes with the names of friends and family who liked a particular recipe, so she could be sure to make it for them again. I learned this penchant from her. In writing this I’ve been thinking about why we take the time to do this. When something happens (good or bad), my first instinct is to make and deliver food. Cooking for another person can be seen as altruistic. It feels uncomfortably self-aggrandizing to leave it there. Because the act of cooking can be nurturing for both the body and the soul, it offers more than filling our bellies. The process of cooking is about transformation, not just of the ingredients into a dish, but of the people who do the cooking and those that do the eating. It provides sustenance which encourages a sense of trust, community, belonging and closeness.We each have that cake that speaks to us and one of my favorite things to do is figure out someone’s ideal cake. Your cake is the one you cannot pass up. It is the cake, if given an option, you would regularly choose it for a special occasion. For me the cake is my Granny’s coconut layer cake with pineapple custard and 7-minute frosting. For Momma, it is a chocolate cake with caramel pecan frosting, and for Daddy, it was butter cake with milk chocolate frosting and home-canned peaches on the side (he liked to drizzle the homemade syrup the peaches were canned in over his cake). For my husband? That is one I’m still figuring out. He is so accommodating and easy going, it is hard to pin down what he really likes, but I persevere.Momma and Clint.When Daddy lost his younger brother, my Uncle Wayne, in 1997, his son, Clint (my cousin who is 9 years younger than me) became a permanent fixture at the house. Momma always saw Clint as the son she was never blessed to have and helped my Uncle Wayne with parenting responsibilities that might have made him miss work. Momma also catered to Clint in a way that inspired decades of teasing from me. His cake is Momma’s cherry pineapple dump cake. As much as I enjoy the cake, I do wonder, could there be a MORE UNAPPETIZING name for a cake?A dump cake, if you’ve never baked one, is more like a cobbler than a cake and it is made by dumping the ingredients directly into the baking pan rather than mixing them in a bowl first. Momma’s tattered recipe originates from an old Duncan Hines holiday baking flyer. Over the years Momma adapted and changed this recipe multiple times. By the end of her baking career, every cake she made was a riff on the original dump cake. She made pumpkin spice, caramel apple, black forest and lemon blueberry all into dump cakes.As I shared in my first contribution to the Daily Bulldog, Momma was a very good cook and she loved to feed people, but she didn’t love the process of cooking like I do. For her it was never about savoring time in the kitchen or learning a new recipe, it was always about what she had at the end to put on the table. If what she prepared brought us together and nourished us, that was all she wanted or needed. I write this not to minimize her efforts or to say that one approach is better than another, but that there is room for both when we have the shared goal of encouraging a sense of trust, community, belonging and closeness. That is why the Dump Cake is the epitome of Momma’s way. Below is her original recipe for Cherry Pineapple Dump Cake and a few of the variations I found in her cookbook. I dare you to try one recipe and not savour every bite.Cherry Pineapple Dump Cake.Cherry Pineapple Dump Cake1 (21oz) can cherry pie filling1 (20oz) can crushed pineapple in juice, undrained1 (15.25oz) yellow cake mix1 cup sweetened shredded coconut1 cup chopped pecans1 cup (2 sticks) unsalted butter, meltedPreheat the oven to 350°F. In a greased 13×9-inch cake pan, layer the cherry pie filling followed by the undrained pineapple. Sprinkle with the dry cake mix, followed by the coconut and finally the pecans. Drizzle the melted butter evenly over the top. Bake for 45-60 minutes or until golden brown.Caramel Apple Dump Cake:2 (20 oz) cans apple pie filling2 teaspoons ground cinnamon1 teaspoon ground nutmeg, optional1 1/2 cups caramel squares, sliced in half1 box yellow cake mix3/4 cup (1 1/2 sticks) melted butterPreheat the oven to 350°F. Grease a 13×9 pan. In a medium sized bowl, mix together apple pie filling, cinnamon and nutmeg. Pour into the casserole dish and smooth with a spatula. Arrange caramel squares on top of the apple filling layer and then top with yellow cake mix. Pour melted butter evenly on top of the cake mix. Bake for 45 minutes or until the top is lightly browned and the edges are bubbling.Black Forest Dump Cake:2 (20 oz.) cans cherry pie filling1 (18.5 oz.) box Devil’s Food cake mix3/4 cup butter, melted1 cup semi-sweet chocolate chipsPreheat the oven to 350°F. In a grease 9×13 inch baking pan, dump the cherry pie filling and sprinkle the dry cake mix evenly over the cherry pie filling. Drizzle the melted butter over the cake mix and sprinkle with chocolate chips, if using. Bake for 1 hour .Pumpkin Spice Dump Cake:1 (15 oz) can pumpkin puree (NOT pumpkin pie mix)1 (12 oz) can evaporated milk3 large eggs1 cup sugar1 tsp ground cinnamon1 box spice cake mix1 cup (2 sticks) unsalted butter, meltedPreheat the oven to 350F degrees. Grease a 13×9 pan. In a medium bowl, combine pumpkin puree, evaporated milk, eggs, sugar and cinnamon until well-combined. It will be very liquid. Pour this pumpkin mixture into the baking dish. Sprinkle dry cake mix on top of pumpkin mixture. Drizzle melted butter over the top and bake for about 55-60 minutes.Ashley Montgomery is a native Southerner with a deep love for collard greens, hot buttered biscuits and sweet tea. She married a boy from Maine, works at UMF and calls Wilton her home. She loves cooking, feeding people, learning about other folk’s food traditions and will eventually stop being afraid of pressure cookers.last_img read more

Ween Delivers Career-Spanning Setlist On First Night At The Capitol Theatre [Photo/Video]

first_imgOn Saturday night, Ween played the first show of their two-night weekend run at Port Chester, NY’s historic rock palace, The Capitol Theatre. The five-piece rock act delivered a career-spanning setlist at their sold-out Saturday night performance, following a memorable four-song encore on Friday night in Philadelphia, that paid tribute to the late Stephen Hillenburg, the creator of beloved children’s cartoon SpongeBob Squarepants.Ween opened up their set with “Gots A Weasel” off of 1990’s GodWeenSatan: The Oneness, before working through “Transdermal Celebration”, “The Stallion Pt. 1”, and “Waving My Dick In The Wind”. Ween continued to amp up the sold-out crowd, delivering noteworthy takes on “Japanese Cowboy”, Mutilated Lips”, “She Fucks Me”, “Bananas and Blow”, and “Homo Rainbow”.Ween – “She Fucks Me”[Video: Tom Florczak]Ween – “Roses Are Free”[Video: Tom Florczak]After taking a second to catch their breaths and regroup, Ween came back out to deliver a three-song encore offering of “Drifter In The Dark”, “I Can’t Put My Finger On It”, and “What Deaner Was Talkin’ About”.Ween – “Drifter In The Dark”[Video: The Stallion Mang]Ween will wrap up their 2018 schedule tonight,  Sunday, December 16th at Port Chester, NY’s Capitol Theatre.The band will continue to host their toy drive at The Cap. Toys collected will be donated to the Port Chester Carver Center, a non-profit foundation that provides individuals and families in the Port Chester community with the resources and support needed to lead productive, healthy, and independent lives.You can view a beautiful gallery of photos below from the show via photographer Andrew Blackstein.Setlist: Ween | The Capitol Theatre | Port Chester, NY | 12/15/2018Set:I Gots a Weasel, Transdermal Celebration, The Stallion pt 1, Waving My Dick in the Wind, Japanese Cowboy, I’ll Be Your Jonny on the Spot, Roses Are Free, Mutilated Lips, Ice Castles> The Golden Eel, The Goin’ Gets Tough From the Getgo, I Saw Gener Cryin’ in His Sleep, Mister Richard Smoker, The Stallion pt 2, Stroker Ace, Gabrielle, Frank, Seconds, Doctor Rock, Buckingham Green, The Stallion pt 3, Bananas and Blow, She Fucks Me, Homo Rainbow, I Don’t Want ItEncore: Drifter in the Dark, I Can’t Put My Finger on It, What Deaner Was Talkin’ About– Gene harmonica solos during DrifterWeen | The Capitol Theatre | Port Chester, NY | 12/15/2018 | Photos: Andrew Blackstein Load remaining imageslast_img read more