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Aunt Jane's Nieces at Millville is a 1908 young-adult novel written by L. Frank Baum, famous as the creator of the Land of Oz. It is the third volume in "the successful Aunt Jane Series," following Aunt Jane's Nieces and Aunt Jane's Nieces Abroad. Aunt Jane's Nieces at Millville picks up the story of the three cousins, Patsy Doyle, Beth De Graf, and Louise Merrick, soon after their return from Europe in Aunt Jane's Nieces Abroad. As in that earlier book, their benign and eccentric millionair ...
 
Aunt Jane's Nieces on Vacation is a juvenile novel for girls, written by L. Frank Baum. It is the seventh in the ten volumes in the Aunt Jane's Nieces series, and carries forward the continuing story of the three cousins Lousie Merrick Weldon, Patsy Doyle, and Elizabeth De Graf. Like all the books in the series, it was issued under Baum's "Edith Van Dyne" pseudonym. (Summary adapted from Wikipedia)
 
After visiting Louise, Arthur and Toodlums at their ranch in Southern California, Beth and Patsy, together with Uncle John, decide to spend the winter at an hotel in the little village of Hollywood, where they get drawn into the new motion picture industry. New friends, adventures and mysteries await. (Summary by Lynne Thompson)
 
Aunt Jane is a good and loving woman, important to everyone except herself, always willing to give good advice. Her "hero", Horace, is far different: in the beginning of the story, he is a good but a little unthoughtful youth. But at the end, his unthoughtfulness is replaced by his love to God. Beside Aunt Jane and her "hero", there is quite a large cast of other unforgettable characters who show us a lot of important things. (Summary by Stav Nisser.)
 
This western, published around 1899, is a dime novel that has it all: roguish gun men, hostile Indians, chilvarous gentlemen to protect the hapless females, and - in Calamity Jane - even a female who can hold her own. The fictional character of the hero, Deadwood Dick, appeared in more than a hundred stories and became so famous the name was claimed by several men who actually lived in Deadwood, South Dakota. (Summary by Gesine/Wikipedia)
 
The 10th and final book in the series for adolescent girls sees two of the three cousins react to atrocities in World War I by volunteering in the Red Cross. Written under the pseudonym of Edith Van Dyne, this is the 1915 version, which reflects United States' neutrality. A later version, published in 1918, differed significantly to reflect changes in the position of the United States. (Summary by Lynne Thompson)
 
This western, published around 1899, is a dime novel that has it all: roguish gun men, hostile Indians, chilvarous gentlemen to protect the hapless females, and – in Calamity Jane – even a female who can hold her own. The fictional character of the hero, Deadwood Dick, appeared in more than a hundred stories and became so famous the name was claimed by several men who actually lived in Deadwood, South Dakota.
 
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This week we take a look at Parashat Vayetzei and Jacob's journey in life - the stone monuments that are like way points on the journey of life. A podcast of my sermon for this Shabbat in memory of my father whose Hebrew Yahrzeit falls this week. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
Looking at one verse from the portion and how it's interpretation changes we learn about how Judaism has changed in time and place and then we learn about ourselves. Plus a beautiful idea that learning/teaching Torah is akin to creating the words themselves and should change us and form us. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
Reflections on Noah and entering the ark with his family and leaving once again - what do we learn from the description of this in the Torah? How does the pandemic constrain our human connections and what can we do to help ourselves overcome that? Where are the windows that we can open to the world? Citing three articles on Hannah Arendt: https://a…
 
This week we have the first Shabbat of the new Torah reading cycle - the beginning. It's the story of creation of the world, the Garden of Eden, Adam and Eve, Cain and Abel...so much! At the same time many people are struggling with the rising numbers of COVID-19 and anxiety. In this podcast, we share the tale of the first human being and their anx…
 
What is at stake on Rosh Hashanah? There is plenty going on in the world today for us to think about, but on Rosh Hashanah we are called to look at ourselves. So what does the Psalm mean that we should 'speak the truth in our heart' - we explore that theme here. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
Miss Jaye is back with yet another episode of Janessa After Dark's spine-tingling horror-themed Series 2 - and the interview for this episode is absolutely iconic!First though, Miss Jaye talks a little bit about the "first girl." Not to be confused with the final girl, a well-known slasher trope that was initially defined by Carol Clover in her boo…
 
Guest host is Sad Cinderella this episode. Intro Music (“CMJCMJH Theme”) is ‘Cowpoke’ by Javelin "Bird's Lament" - Moondog "Les Pingoins S'amusent" - Dominique Guiot "The Frog's Fandango" - Woo "Symphony For A Spider Plant" - Mort Garson (Sunbeam Bread Ad) "Gospel Tune" - Sandy Bull "8 Day Clock" - Richard Johnson "O Sacrum Convivium" - Susan Alcor…
 
Miss Jaye is back with the next step on her journey for healing, wholeness, and hot-mess-reduction: Lysa TerKeurst's UNIVITED: LIVING LOVED WHEN YOU FEEL LESS THAN, LEFT OUT, & LONELY. The first book in #TheSquad presented from a Christian perspective, Miss Jaye needed to unpack a few troubled memories from her past to get through this one!Part One…
 
It's been a hot minute, but Miss Jaye is back with yet another attempt at fast-tracked self improvement. This time she's reading ME MY BIGGEST SOLUTION by Dakon Green - a book that made its way into #TheSquad in a very unusual way!Part One: When Self Published Authors AttackMiss Jaye talks a little bit about how she came to find this book and inclu…
 
Miss Jaye is back with another fabulous episode of Janessa After Dark! To get things started, Miss Jaye talks a little bit about the importance of representation in media - seeing yourself can be instrumental for being yourself! Universal stories aren't even universal, they just reflect those in power...and that needs to change! After the commentar…
 
Miss Jaye is back with another creepy, kooky installment of Janessa After Dark! This time she's combining Gore with Glam to bring you some thoughts on body positivity and burlesque!Miss Jaye starts the episode by talking a little bit about her experiences as a fat person, and what it can be like to inhabit different kinds of spaces as a fat person …
 
Miss Jaye is back with another episode filled with self-care and her search for enlightenment! This time she's got a book that was gifted to her by a very special someone and takes a walk on the "woo woo" side!Part One: Mama Said There'd Be Days Like ThisThis book is the first of three that were gifted by none other than Miss Jaye's mother, Mama Ch…
 
Stay tuned for a very special episode of Janessa After Dark...How special? Miss Jaye herself rounded up 10 fabulous people who are now or who have in the past been a part of consensual, ethically non-monogamous relationships to talk about some of the misconceptions and challenges that being in a non-monogamous relationship presents! While certainly…
 
Miss Jaye is finally back with another episode of The Renovation - this time featuring the book LITTLE VICTORIES by Jason Gay. Part advice book, part memoir, part "we're not sure exactly what to call it!," this book actually turned out to be the perfect thing at the perfect moment.Part One: The Elephant in the RoomMiss Jaye talks about what took so…
 
“At Your Best (You Are Love)” - Aaliya “Feel Like Makin’ Love” - D’angelo “My Way” - Sid Vicious “Because I’m A Boy” - Makeout Videotape “Heart Don’t Know” - Jimmy Whispers “Money” - The Drums “Angelfuck” - Misfits “Alice” - Tom Waits “The Laughing Heart” - Charles Bukowski “Alone At The Danube River” - Dirty Beaches “Ambulance” - TV On The Radio “…
 
Miss Jaye is back and ready to dive back into the Renovation, this time focused on her tortured history with the males of the species. Opening up with a story about a Tinder match gone right...and then really, really wrong, Miss Jaye working with Jennifer L. Taitz's book, HOW TO BE SINGLE AND HAPPY. Is such a thing possible? Grab a seat and see how…
 
In the latest installment of THE RENOVATION, Miss Jaye finally gets all the way to the end of a book! But will this sense of completion lead to any sort of lasting change? What will she learn on the roller coaster ride this book took her on?Part One: A Little Help From My FriendsMiss Jaye interviews photographer Jenny Brezinski who recommended this…
 
Miss Jaye is back, and her road to self discovery is off to a rocky start! For this episode, she's reading Lee Crutchley's HOW TO BE HAPPY (OR AT LEAST LESS SAD)...and things are not going well. Is it just that Miss Jaye is a little too *ahem* mature for the book's intended audience, or is this just not the right fit for her? Find out all of her th…
 
Miss Jaye hasn't been living her best life. So what's a sassy, snarky, been there done that drag diva supposed to do? Turn to the Self Help aisle, of course! In this new 17 episode limited series, Miss Jaye has gathered a collection of 14 books (her "Squad") to help her fast track some positive change and personal growth! This first episode present…
 
Miss Jaye is back with more outtakes, and things are going to get extra sloppy! Here are some great outtakes from the first three episodes of Janessa After Dark's Second Season! Featuring guests Tommy Faircloth of Horse Creek Productions, Heidi Moore of Wretched Productions, and iconic scream queen Felissa Rose, these outtakes expand on some of the…
 
“Bra” - Cymande “Jazz 104” - Max Graef “Already There” - Taylor McFerrin Ft. Robert Glasper & Thundercat “Drumheller” - Caribou “Sheldon #1” - Twit One “Book of Slim” - Gene Harris & His Three Sounds “Slim’s Return” - Madlib “Coffee Cold” - Galt MacDermot “Executive Life” - Jeff Parker “Spindrift” - Colin Stetson “Untitled Original 11386” - John Co…
 
Miss Jaye is back at it with her biggest, boldest episode yet! She starts off by talking a little bit about the relaunch of the World of Champagne as well as the upcoming "sister site," LifeStyle By Janessa, which will include all of the great makeup content you expected in the Makeup Forum and dialing it up to 10! Then she sets up the interview by…
 
This months guest host is The Outlaw Intro music: “Piano Source B (Bar Room Piano)” - Fred Karlin “Summer Madness” - Kool & the Gang “Touch of Evil Main Theme” - Henry Mancin “I Eat Your Skin” - Lon E Norman “Harlem Nocturne” - The Viscounts “Hot Blood (The Wild One)” - Shorty Rogers & His Orchestra “Jazz Traditional (Charleston)” - Erik Markman “M…
 
Miss Jaye is back with another gore-geous episode of JANESSA AFTER DARK with a special treat for you horror fans! First off, Miss Jaye discusses the importance of horror films in her own identity development and ponders why so many queer folks seem drawn to the horror genre, both as fans and as creators. Looking briefly at three films - PROM NIGHT …
 
This episodes guest host is Lemonade Joe. “Pomaly, ovecjy” - Trio Kubincovcov z Utekaca “Memories of Edith Johnson” - Pharoah Sanders “Introduction” - Albert Ayler “Goin’ Home” - Albert Ayler “New Horizons” - Sun Ra & His Arkestra “Burgundy Street Blues” - George Lewis Band of New Orleans “Untitled” - Don Cherry & Terry Riley “Yume” - Otomo Yoshihi…
 
This months guest host is Pancho Villain. “The Angry Desert” - The Sound Offs (Pancho Villain intro) "Free" - Goodie Mob “Happy Ending” - Terry Riley “Hashish” - Ibrahim Maalouf “Un Dia” - Juana Molina “Le Lás-Bas” - Henri Texier “What You Are” - Pete Brandt’s Method “Why Can’t We Live Together” - Timmy Thomas “Naked When You Come” - Lillipops “Mis…
 
Miss Jaye is back for another season of JANESSA AFTER DARK, and this time around she's got some special treats in store for those indie horror fans out there! She starts the episode by talking a little bit about the three pillars that define Champagne Dreams Productions: Glam, Geek, and Gore! She then gives a short commentary on the importance of r…
 
In her first ever "Very Special Episode," Miss Jaye sits down with 11 fantastic performers to talk about their gender identities and how performing in drag may have influenced or interacted with their gender identities over the years. The 11 performers interviewed represent a variety of different identities and designations as well as a wide rage o…
 
This months guest host is Tumbleweed Pete. Intro Music (“CMJCMJH Theme”) is ‘Cowpoke’ by Javelin “First of All” - Young Elder “Reflections” - Henry Wu “Gymnopaedia” - moow “Baby” - Aaliyah Allah “I Owe You Nothing” - Seinabo Sey “Pastures” - Gold Celeste “On II U” - Alex Isley “Beauty Unit” - Instupendo “Blink” - Hiroshi Yoshimura “Ricordandoti” - …
 
Intro Music (“CMJCMJH Theme”) is ‘Cowpoke’ by Javelin “Cos-Ber-Zam Ne Noya (Daphni Mix)” - Daphni “All Night” - Romare “Special Re: Quest” - Daedalus “Raw Cuts #3” - Motor City Ensemble “Ultramarine” - Lone “Tendency” - Jan Jelinek “Untangled” - Four Tet “Lomittain” - Pan Sonic “Mapvc” - F.L.O. “Regret” - Shinichi Atobe “Donny Blew It” - Ross From …
 
This months guest host is Roxy Dioxide. Intro Music (“CMJCMJH Theme”) is ‘Cowpoke’ by Javelin “Ever Since” - Pastor T.L. Barrett and the Youth for Christ Choir “Foulo” Orchestra Bao Bab “Fleur Tropicale” - Francis Bebey “Your Touch” - Saâda Bonaire “To Climb the Cliff” - Antena “Koyma Hondo” - Boncana Maïga “Only You” - Steve Monite “Rare Things Gr…
 
This months guest host is Slim Pony. Intro Music (“CMJCMJH Theme”) is ‘Cowpoke’ by Javelin “Miss Understanding” - Kamasi Washington “Start Running” - The Comet is Coming “Lovely Sky Boat” - Alice Coltrane “Village of the Pharaohs, Part One” - Pharoah Sanders “Minlbelesh” - Hailu Mergia, Dahlak Band “Bamako Love” - Don Cherry “Witchcraft” - Fela Kut…
 
This months guest host is Milky Cacti. Intro Music (“CMJCMJH Theme”) is ‘Cowpoke’ by Javelin “Pygmy Love Song” - Francis Bebey “From Time” - Drake, Jhene Aiko “In Your Eyes” - BadBadNotGood (feat. Charolette Day Wilson) “Where Do Clouds Go?” - Dave Porter “I Won't Love You Again” Dimas III “This Is The Way That” - I Am La'Fez “This Love Pt. 1” - Bo…
 
Intro Music (“CMJCMJH Theme”) is ‘Cowpoke’ by Javelin “Reggae Fi Dada” - Linton Kwesi Johnson “Dear Grandma and Grandpa” - Tortoise “Chinatown” - Do Make Say Think “Silhouettes I, II and III” - Floating Points “My Queen Is Anna Julia Cooper” - Sons of Kemet “L'indécis” - Playtime “Bahia Dreamin’” - Karriem Riggins “Pinecone” - Jeff Parker “L.M. II”…
 
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