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Saturday 5pm
Join stars of food & football for the tastiest show on earth – the 7th Annual Culinary kick off. The event goes virtual this year but promises to be equally fun. Chefs Charlie Palmer, Michael Mina, Adam Sobel & Michael Lewis will be cooking up a storm with NFL Hall of Famers Ronnie Lott, Marshal Faulks & Charlies Woodson. These legends of the food & football will be talking & eating up with legendary winemaker John Anthony of JaM cellars & John Anthony Vineyard. Hosts Sage Steele and yours truly. Log on, buy a ticket and support the Culinary Institute of America and All Stars Helping Kids and become a legend this Saturday at 5pm

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SUNDAY 3:30pm

This weekend Tom Brady leads the Bucks to SUPER-BOWL 55 up against Kansas City Chiefs. Will the Bay Area’s Brady bring home his 7th Super Bowl ring ? The Weeknd performs in the half-time show and that we know will pop!!
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The year is 1939 and Britain is on the verge of war, the RAF planes constantly buzzing past are reminders. Behind a large manor home in Suffolk, there are a number of earthen mounds that suggest the possibility of ancient artifacts buried beneath the soil. Edith Pretty (Carey Mulligan), a widow of some taste and renown, has hired a local excavator named Basil Brown (Ralph Fiennes) to help her locate any potential findings. Great story, and Oscar worthy performances make this a must watch on Netflix.


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Join me for a one-of-a-kind virtual fundraiser for Winchester Hospice in the UK. I’ll be making a special Valentines breakfast: ENGLISH MUFFIN HEART, HAM & EGGS. I’ll share the recipe on my Instagram page @liammayclem

This biography of one of Holywood’s most brilliant and beloved directors by Mark Harris tells us many things: Nichols was an outsider who found his place, he lived large and as a director Mike Nichols defied categorization. From Who’s Afraid of Virginia Wolf to The Graduate to Birdcage to Angels in America and his final film Charlie Wilson’s War – each movie in it’s own lane and the one constant from Nichols – “make the characters real”. That was the mark he made above all others, telling great stories that the crowds & critics would connect with. A great book about about a great man who lived a rich, full life and made our lives richer in the process. Nichols died of a heart attack in 2014 aged 83.

The American Heart Association’s Go Red for Women movement encourages people to take action through the month of February by: Wearing red on National Wear Red Day on this day Friday 5th to raise awareness about cardiovascular disease. It’s the biggest killer of women in America.

Enjoy SUPERBOWL weekend.
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