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This week on Snacky Tunes Greg and Darin welcome Steve Rogenstein, Founder of theARTcorps and Co-Producer of the NYC Honey Week. Right off the bat, the guys talk to Steve (a native New Yorker) about the yesteryear of NYC, and delve into his background and how he founded theARTcorps in 2003. Steve recently turned his attention to the NYC Honey Week, a citywide festival celebrating the honeybee. Honey Week 2014 merges the educational, the entertaining, and the delicious. From beekeeping workshops to honey-themed dinners, apiary tours, honey tastings, and honey-infused drink specials, the festival flits from neighborhood to neighborhood in NYC. Check it out from September 8-14 throughout the city. In the second half of the show, the guys welcome the band Motion Studies in for maybe one of the biggest live setups in Snacky Tunes history. Talking to the seven-piece band about their background and general band life, tune in for some great live music from Motion Studies! This program was brought to you by Rolling Press.

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This week on Arts & Seizures, hosts Mike Edison and Judy McGuire are celebrating Yom Kippur with guests Rabbi Daniel Bronstein and Heritage Radio Network's own Sari Kamin! We hear all about Judy's recent trip to Ireland before delving into the ins and outs of the Jewish faith, holidays, and family life growing up. Sari grew up as the daughter of a Rabbi and shares some of those funny stories with Mike and Judy, while Daniel leads a discussion on the importance of forgiveness and how it should be taken more seriously everyday of the year - not just over Yom Kippur. After the break, Sari talks Chinese food and the group comments on their favorite Jewish foods. This program was brought to you by the International Culinary Center.

"Forgiveness means forgiveness. It's setting a new slate." [10:15]

--Rabbi Daniel Bronstein on Arts & Seizures

"The Chinese came and started opening up restaurants and Jews started eating there because it was one of the only kinds of restaurants they could afford to eat in. It was cheap and there were a lot of things that felt familiar about it." [21:10]

--Sari Kamin on Arts & Seizures

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This week on A Taste of the Past, host Linda Pelaccio is talking shrubs, flips, and rattle-skulls - aka colonial drinks! Welcoming food writer and author of Forgotten Drinks of Colonial New England Corin Hirsch via phone to brief Linda on this interesting topic, they start off the show talking about how prevalent alcoholic beverages were in the times of our founding-fathers. As it turns out, cider was a very common drink for all to enjoy - even children! Having to do with poor water quality at the time, alcoholic drinks were considered safer to drink than most other drinks at the time. After the break, Linda is joined in the studio by Michael Dietsch, author of the book Shrubs: An Old Fashioned Drink for Modern Times. Continuing the colonial chat, Michael shares historical tidbits about shrub: the name of different, but related, acidulated beverages. He goes on to elaborate about each type of shrub and how the beverage basically disappeared from the market, though is seeing a comeback in recent years. Tune in to hear all about the drinks that Colonial Americans loved! This program was brought to you by Cain Vineyard & Winery.

"Alcohol consumption, as robust as it was before the war began, it just reached its peak in the decades after the war." [10:05]

--Corin Hirsch on A Taste of the Past

"Shrub was one of the first things that the British navy used to fight scurvy." [29:03]

--Michael Dietsch on A Taste of the Past

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