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Frank's Red Hot Sauce

I love the commercial, “I put that @*&! On everything!”  I can only be talking about one condiment, Frank’s Red Hot Sauce.

The rich heritage of Frank’s Red Hot Sauce dates back to 1918 when pepper farmer Adam Estillette partnered with Jacob Frank in New Iberia, Louisiana, to create a sauce perfectly spiced with the rich flavour of cayenne peppers.  101 more words

Foodie Facts

Early Kern VIII: ROCK-A-BYE BABY (1918)

Welcome to a new Musical Theatre Monday and the continuation of our series on the early musical theatre works of Jerome Kern, the brilliant composer whose complete scores from 1920 onward have been highlighted here over the past three years. 521 more words

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Atterberg String Quartet no. 2 in B minor, op. 11

performed by the Stenhammar Quartet (no YouTube this time, but a review of the album is on MusicWeb, and it’s rather frank and more negative than I was inclined to be. 1,142 more words

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The Spanish Flu

5/18/16
The Spanish Flu

On September 16, 1918 an oil tanker arrived in the port of New Orleans. Five crew members were sick with influenza but that number quickly rose in the tight quarters.  403 more words

Open Monumentendag 2016


In het kader van de Open Monumentendagen van het Brussels Hoofdstedelijk Gewest, dit jaar rond het thema Stijlen gerecycleerd, opent het KIK op zaterdag 17 en zondag 18 september… 222 more words

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Early Kern VII: OH, LADY! LADY!! (1918)

Welcome to a new Musical Theatre Monday and the continuation of our series on the early musical theatre works of Jerome Kern, the brilliant composer whose complete scores from 1920 onward have been highlighted here over the past three years. 549 more words

Broadway