Westerly Sun - 2021-08-13: Thomas Alexander Tefft, Back to the Future III, Barbara Lynch
The Westerly Sun
You’re listening to the Westerly Sun’s podcast, where we talk about the best local events, new job postings, obituaries, and more. First, a bit of Rhode Island trivia. Today’s trivia is brought to you by Perennial. Perennial’s new plant-based drink “Daily Gut & Brain” is a blend of easily digestible nutrients crafted for gut and brain health. A convenient mini-meal, Daily Gut & Brain” is available now at the CVS Pharmacy in Wakefield. Now, some trivia. Did you know that Rhode Island native, Thomas Alexander Tefft, was one of the nation's first professionally trained architects? He is considered a master of Rundbogenstil and a leading American proponent of its use. Prior to his untimely death, Tefft "offered the most advanced designs of his day in America. Next, an event that you should know about… The Misquamicut Drive-In is showing Back to the Future III Saturday night with special guest Burton Gilliam who played a memorable bit part. Join Marty McFly, Doc, and the gang as they travel to the old West. Get your tickets. The show starts at 9pm. See you there! Next, Are you interested in a new opportunity? Look no further, we’re here again with another new job listing. Today’s posting comes from Mohegan Sun. They’re opening up again and looking for event security guards, event marketing representatives, ushers, and ticket takers. If you’re interested, you can read more and apply by using the link in our episode description. https://www.indeed.com/l-Westerly,-RI-jobs.html?vjk=26d99a5d35f1087c Today we’re remembering the life of Barbara Lynch of Westerly. She was the beloved wife of the late Michael Lynch, Jr. Barbara was a competitive baton twirler and had taught baton twirling for many years in Westerly and surrounding communities. Throughout the years she and her students could always be seen marching and twirling in the local Parades. Barbara was also well known for her homemade peanut brittle. She loved golfing, bowling, playing shuffleboard and a good game of pitch at the Westerly Yacht where she was a life member. She also enjoyed boating alongside her late husband Mike and spent many enjoyable times at Napatree Point. She will be greatly missed by her family and friends. Thank you for taking a moment with us today to remember and celebrate Barbara’s life. Lastly, remember that reporting the local news is an important part of what it means to live here. Head over to Westerlysun.com and help us tell the stories of our community each and every day. Digital access starts at just 50 cents a day and makes all the difference in the world. That’s it for today, we’ll be back next time with more! Also, remember to check out our sponsor Perennial, Daily Gut & Brain, available at the CVS on Main St. in Wakefield!See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Prophecy - Pastor Barbara Lynch - Easter Pm Service
Voice of Yahweh Radio
(Podcast) Pastor Barbara prays and then is moved by God’s Spirit to share His heart with us. God calls us His little sheep, His little lambs. God’s Holy vessels who are full of His Glory and His Presence, this turns into a prophetic word. God hears your every cry right. God promises healings and breakthroughs as we stay in His presence. God said He is bringing those who desire to come higher with Him, higher. God promises many things in this prophetic word. God is waiting to hear from us. God shares of His love in this prophetic word. It’s harvest time and God is bringing in His harvest. He says that no one will love us like He does.
The importance of both home ec and Howard Johnson’s mac and cheese; plus, how to eat a lobster with Boston chef Barbara Lynch, who explains what a "frappe" is. And that I've been pronouncing it wrong. Smart Mouth is on Patreon: www.patreon.com/smartmouthpodcast www.instagram.com/smartmouthpodcast/ www.facebook.com/groups/268127480409103/ Please subscribe to (and rate & review) this podcast in iTunes or any podcast app so you never miss an episode! https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/smart-mouth/id1171755407
We chat with Boston chef and restaurateur Barbara Lynch, who just came out with her memoir, Out of Line. Barbara talks about how she went from stealing a bus as a teenager to operating a hugely successful restaurant group. She's got an amazing story. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
On today's episode of THE FOOD SEEN, Barbara Lynch is a modern-day Julia Child. Steps away from the golden-domed Massachusetts State House in Boston sits Lynch’s two decade-old premier restaurant, No. 9 Park, where you don’t need to be a Boston Brahmin to enjoy her approachable haute cuisine. A two-time James Beard Award Winner and Relais & Chateaux Grand Chef, this blunt, blue-collared Irish girl from Southie has attained cooking stardom, but at what cost? Raised by a mother who worked multiple jobs to support her wily brood, Lynch rebelled, lied and stole just to survive her disruptive youth. It was food that saved her, from a bright green pesto sauce she made for her friends at 13, or the luscious fried clams at the local Howard Johnson hotel; these flavorful memories lead Lynch to master the craft and own a handful of the top restaurants throughout her fair city (B&G Oysters, The Butcher Shop, Stir, Drink, Sportello, and Menton), in turn becoming one of the most nurturing female chefs in the country. Recently named one of Time magazine’s 100 most influential people in the world, it hasn’t been without it’s heartaches and struggles, as confessed in her brilliant memoir, Out of Line: A Life Playing with Fire.
Barbara Lynch, owner of Barbara Lynch Gruppo, discusses her memoir, "Out of Line: A Life Playing with Fire," and reflects on past, present and future. Barbara grew up in a housing project in South Boston. She rose through the ranks in Boston restaurants to become an award- winning chef and now oversees seven celebrated restaurants of her own including No 9 Park, B&G Oysters, Drink, Sportello and Menton. She's a recipient of The James Beard Foundation Outstanding Restaurateur Award.This show is broadcast live on Wednesday's at 2PM ET on W4CY Radio – (www.w4cy.com) part of Talk 4 Radio (http://www.talk4radio.com/) on the Talk 4 Media Network (http://www.talk4media.com/).
Barbara Lynch put the Boston restaurant scene on the national radar. The 2014 James Beard Outstanding Restaurateur has eight restaurants in her home city, including a collaboration with Eataly Boston, and recently published a memoir, Out of Line, in which she details how she rose from Southie to become a major figure in the restaurant world. Just last week, she was named one of Time’s 100 most influential people of the year. The chef and restaurateur sat down in the Upsell studio with hosts Helen Rosner and Greg Morabito to chat about how she runs her kitchens, her Dunkin’ Donuts order, and that time Todd English threw a soda bottle at her head. We'd LOVE to hear from you. Email us with your questions, comments, suggestions at Upsell@eater.com. and check us out on social! Barbara: twitter.com/@barbaralynchBOS Helen: twitter.com/hels Greg: twitter.com/gregmorabito Eater: twitter.com/eater Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
122: The Mean Streets of Boston Chef, Barbara Lynch
Christopher Kimball’s Milk Street Radio
This week, Christopher Kimball takes a tour of South Boston and learns about the secret life of chef Barbara Lynch; Dr. Aaron Carroll campaigns for dissing the 5-second rule; Ana Sortun gives a quick recipe for a midweek Turkish supper; and we present our recipe for soba noodles and asparagus.See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Fresh off winning the Outstanding Restauranteur award at the James Beard Awards, Barbara Lynch sits down with Dorothy Cann Hamilton on Chef’s Story for a candid and insightful conversation on her upbringing, her career and her current projects. Hear how “Knuckles Lynch” survived a tough childhood in the projects and went from working as a bookie in high school to becoming a world renowned chef and restauranteur. From bad business deals to meetings with Michelle Obama, get a rare behind the curtain look at one of America’s most fascinating and bold personalities in food. This program was brought to you by Fairway Market. “At 12, I realized if I could cook for a living, I’d always have a job because people will always eat and drink.” [11:00] “My first trip to Italy was the first time I really felt I wanted to do this. In Italy you didn’t need a title you just needed to make good pasta.” [23:00] –Barbara Lynch on Chef’s Story