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Um raio cheese da Serra Gaúcha. Radionovela Colonews, a oficina da imaginação, um programa que não pronuncia os dois erres. Produção - Estúdio SONA Elenco (em ordem alfabética): Angelo Boscari Jr. “Mestre” - Voz Rodrigo Marcon - Voz e direção Gustavo Andrighetti - Voz André Costa - Roteiro e voz The brazilian nice guys who live in the colony.
 
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TODDCAST EPISODE 100: SHOW NOTES: Outline for this week’s episode: WINE WORD OF THE DAY Greetings Moonstoners and today is a milestone for Moonstone. It’s our 100th episode! And on this day in 1915, 100 years ago, Dodgers Manager, Wilbert Robinson decided to try and catch a baseball dropped from an airplane. I guess he was bored during spring train…
 
TODDCAST EPISODE 99: SHOW NOTES: Outline for this week’s episode: WINE WORD OF THE DAY Greetings Moonstoners, today is February 27th and on this day in 1964, government officials in Italy sought funding to help prop up the Leaning Tower of Pisa. Engineers,mathematicians and historians met to decide how to keep the tower from falling over while reta…
 
TODDCAST EPISODE 98: SHOW NOTES: Outline for this week’s episode: WINE WORD OF THE DAY Greetings Moonstoners, today is November 7th and on this day in 1980, we lost the “king of cool”, actor Steve McQueen. McQueen was an Academy Award nominee for his dramatic turn in “The Sand Pebbles” but he was probably most known for his starring role in “The Gr…
 
TODDCAST EPISODE 97: SHOW NOTES: Outline for this week’s episode: WINE WORD OF THE DAY Greetings Moonstoners, today is October 24th and on this day in 1929, the folks on Wall Street took a dark turn. This was the day of the great Stock Market Crash of 1929, a day known as “Black Thursday”, which ushered in the Great Depression. Very depressing. A d…
 
TODDCAST EPISODE 96: SHOW NOTES: Outline for this week’s episode: WINE WORD OF THE DAY Greetings Moonstoners, today is October 10th and on this day in 1813 Giuseppe Verdi was born. Or was it the October 9th? Who knows, since I suppose records weren’t kept very well back then in Italy… Anyway, if you like operas, Giuseppe Fortunino Francesco Verdi w…
 
TODDCAST EPISODE 95: SHOW NOTES: Outline for this week’s episode: WINE WORD OF THE DAY Greetings Moonstoners, today is October 3rd. And on this day in 1974, one of the greatest footballers in history, Pele, retired from Brazillian soccer. Though past his prime, he was coaxed out of retirement a few years later to play with an American team, the New…
 
TODDCAST EPISODE 94: SHOW NOTES: Outline for this week’s episode: WINE WORD OF THE DAY Today is September 19th and on this day in 1995, we lost popcorn mogul Orville Redenbacher. By the 1970’s Orville had captured over one third of the world popcorn market. Though his company has been sold multiple times, the corn still bears his name. And that bri…
 
TODDCAST EPISODE 93: SHOW NOTES: Outline for this week’s episode: WINE WORD OF THE DAY Greetings Moonstoners, today is August 29th. And summer is pretty much over and we’re getting back on track podcast-wise if harvest doesn’t get in the way! On this day in 1869, the Mount Washington Cog Railway in New Hampshire was officially opened. This was the …
 
TODDCAST EPISODE 92: SHOW NOTES: Outline for this week’s episode: WINE WORD OF THE DAY Greetings Moonstoners, today is August 8th and on this day in 1963, the British woke up to disturbing news. A large gang of thieves ambushed a Royal Mail train heading to London and made off with over 2.5 million pounds. This event has been dubbed the Great Train…
 
TODDCAST EPISODE 91: SHOW NOTES: Outline for this week’s episode: WINE WORD OF THE DAY Greetings from the east Moonstoners, today is August 1st, and we have been AWOL for a few weeks. But we return in time for a bloody day in history. It seems August 1st has been a pretty deadly day in the past. In 1759, the Battle of Minden was fought as part of t…
 
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