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Marta On The Move Podcast- Hosted by Marta Napoleone Mazzoni

Visit www.martaonthemove.com A podcast hosted by Marta Mazzoni featuring- -Candid and comedic conversations -Travel Inspirations - Pop culture -General Nerdery -Pittsburgh, PA A lifestyle podcast that blends interesting people from her hometown with her passion for travel, Marta is a minimalist solo traveler at heart, and loves to explore the world for interesting cultural experiences. Twitter @icantfindmarta Instagram- @martaonthemovepodcast Facebook -Marta On The Move, and on The Epicast Network- www.epicastnetwork.com Email comments to martafoos@gmail.com Tell me what you want to hear next!
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May 29, 2020

For the live video podcast head to Marta on the Move website

Patrick Page is the leading man of stage and screen. Known for his sultry and sexy bass vocals that bring texture to any character he touches. I could not wait to catch up with him during his social distancing and find out what he has been up to.

I am completely blessed to have viewed Patrick in Hadestown twice in New York, shortly before he was nominated for the Tony for best leading man in a musical, and before Hadestown won the Grammy for best score. It was a magical time to be able to witness this exceptional show.

Join us as we catch up as we converse and try and predict the future of live theater, talk about him missing his Hadestown cast, his favorite past roles and costumes, our opinions of Game of Thrones book verses film, his new podcast and most importantly- the future of live theater. What IS next for live theater? Where are we heading during and after Covid, and how will we adapt as humans. We talk about all of this and more.

When Patrick and I meet we always geek out over magic, it never fails. We are riveted by sleight of hand, and Patrick himself is a magician. I planned a special surprise for him in this episode where I bring on Pittsburgh's own Lee Terbosic to perform a very special trick for him. It was super fun to connect via zoom and watch his reactions to Lee's special trick. Thanks Lee!

Check out Patrick's new podcast and follow him over on Instagram and also on Twitter

www.patrickpageonline.com

Patrick Page as Scar in The Lion King

Patrick Page as Lumiere in Beauty in the Beast

Thank you for joining us for this episode both audio and video versions. In the video, we welcome you to join us in a global cheers at the beginning of each one. Cheers everyone!

This "cheers" and episode was made possible with the support of our friends over at Beam Suntory.

"With a vision of Growing for Good, our mission is to inspire human connections. We are driven by the entrepreneurial spirit that built Beam for more than two centuries and guides Beam Suntory as a world leader in premium spirits today. Inspired by our parent company Suntory’s “Yatte Minahare!” spirit of dreaming big, our objective is to be the world’s most admired, fastest-growing premium spirits company."

May 29, 2020

Patrick Page is the leading man of stage and screen. Known for his sultry and sexy bass vocals that bring texture to any character he touches. I could not wait to catch up with him during his social distancing and find out what he has been up to.

I am completely blessed to have viewed Patrick in Hadestown twice in New York, shortly before he was nominated for the Tony for best leading man in a musical, and before Hadestown won the Grammy for best score. It was a magical time to be able to witness this exceptional show.

Join us as we catch up as we converse and try and predict the future of live theater, talk about him missing his Hadestown cast, his favorite past roles and costumes, our opinions of Game of Thrones book verses film, his new podcast and most importantly- the future of live theater. What IS next for live theater? Where are we heading during and after Covid, and how will we adapt as humans. We talk about all of this and more.

When Patrick and I meet we always geek out over magic, it never fails. We are riveted by sleight of hand, and Patrick himself is a magician. I planned a special surprise for him in this episode where I bring on Pittsburgh's own Lee Terbosic to perform a very special trick for him. It was super fun to connect via zoom and watch his reactions to Lee's special trick. Thanks Lee!

Check out Patrick's new podcast and follow him over on Instagram and also on Twitter

www.patrickpageonline.com

Patrick Page as Scar in The Lion King

Patrick Page as Lumiere in Beauty in the Beast

Thank you for joining us for this episode both audio and video versions. In the video, we welcome you to join us in a global cheers at the beginning of each one. Cheers everyone!

This "cheers" and episode was made possible with the support of our friends over at Beam Suntory.

"With a vision of Growing for Good, our mission is to inspire human connections. We are driven by the entrepreneurial spirit that built Beam for more than two centuries and guides Beam Suntory as a world leader in premium spirits today. Inspired by our parent company Suntory’s “Yatte Minahare!” spirit of dreaming big, our objective is to be the world’s most admired, fastest-growing premium spirits company."

May 22, 2020

I have been adding video podcasts in addition to my audio casts for Marta on the Move. I do it all myself (snooze) so I will be limiting the amount of words on these blog posts. Besides, you came for the audio/video anyways. :)

Today I connect with Elsa Santos owner of Azorean Cafe in Pittsburgh, PA. Elsa is from the Azores in Portugal, and while I have visited the main parts of Portugal, I have never stepped foot on the Azores! I cannot wait to visit.

This episode is all about the cuisine. Food, food and more food. I have found Portuguese cuisine to be so diverse. They have the comfort food that goes back in history, but they are also on the cusp of innovative creations. My hubby and I did a post on where to eat and drink in Lisbon, and I couldn't wait to talk with Elsa about the customs and creations of the Azores.

Enjoy!

 Cod Fritter Recipe! 4 tablespoons of olive oil 500g of desalted and shredded cod ½ chopped onion 1 clove of minced garlic salt Black pepper 500g of boiled potatoes 1 egg ½ packet of chopped parsley Frying oil 

   

 INSTRUCTIONS  Heat a frying pan, drizzle with oil and sauté the cod with the onion and garlic, season with salt and pepper and let it cool. Knead the potatoes, add the cod, the egg, the parsley and mix well. Format the cod bites with the help of two spoons, fry in hot oil and drain well on absorbent paper. 

May 14, 2020

Yeah well, this episode was supposed to be released first, but it ended up being second, and honestly... nobody knows what day it is anyways, so it doesn't matter. Moving on!

My friend Barbara is in her native country of Spain in the Capital city of Madrid currently. She has been there since her mom passed away from Cancer in February.

Barbara and I met in Pittsburgh as fellow yoga teachers, and she runs a company call Get Hip Records. A super cool place where you can download tracks, visit events ( online currently), and get your hands on some cool records for your music isolation needs.

I wanted to chat her up about what life has been like in Spain, the general feeling of the population, and also are things coming back to life and in what order? We also chat about what she is watching in isolation (Which is a burning question in my mind)

Tune in! Where should we go next?

~M

May 5, 2020

Yeah well, this episode was supposed to be released first, but it ended up being second, and honestly... nobody knows what day it is anyways, so it doesn't matter. Moving on!

My friend Barbara is in her native country of Spain in the Capital city of Madrid currently. She has been there since her mom passed away from Cancer in February.

Barbara and I met in Pittsburgh as fellow yoga teachers, and she runs a company call Get Hip Records. A super cool place where you can download tracks, visit events ( online currently), and get your hands on some cool records for your music isolation needs.

I wanted to chat her up about what life has been like in Spain, the general feeling of the population, and also are things coming back to life and in what order? We also chat about what she is watching in isolation (Which is a burning question in my mind)

Tune in! Where should we go next?

~M

May 5, 2020

Yes, this is a HUGE leap for Marta, folks. She is a moron about figuring out technology, but many thanks to the huge help of friends, namely Brad over at Leveling Up Your Game, I was able to achieve this. This aren't really interviews, they are meant to be travel inspirations. We will sometimes chat about food, wine, living like a local, what they are watching on quarantine, etc. the conversation ebbs and flows, and it is fueling my spirit to be able to connect with people all around the world. That is what we are looking for right now, connection. I hope you enjoy these episodes. I am not sure if I will stick with video after all this is done (Honestly, seeing my face live is super weird), but while this is all going on, you will. This episode features my great friend Miguel! We talk to Miguel about food and drink in Barcelona region and also traditional cooking methods for paella. We met Miguel in Barcelona while traveling because we noticed his paella cooking class. It was the best time and we remained close friends afterwards, meet again in downtown Barcelona, and staying in touch over the years. I plan on staying with his family when I take my 6 month adventure (fingers crossed), and am so blessed to have stumbled across his class when we were traveling. Be sure to take his class when you are traveling near Barcelona, you will not regret it. The main thing Miguel and I have in common is that we love connecting with people. He inspired Phil and I to host out own classes from the recipes we have learned while traveling in Pittsburgh. If you are ever in my town, hit us up for a class! I recorded two of these episodes back to back one with my friend Barbara and one with Miguel, so they should come out pretty close to one another. In the hopes that we will all meet again soon, friends! ~M

May 5, 2020

Trying something new for the year of travel inspirations. Talks with folks around the world and how they are holding up. Just checking in and making connections. For this, I couldn't do just audio, it didn't feel strong enough, I went to video.

Yes, this is a HUGE leap for Marta, folks. She is a moron about figuring out technology, but many thanks to the huge help of friends, namely Brad over at Leveling Up Your Game, I was able to achieve this.

This aren't really interviews, they are meant to be travel inspirations. We will sometimes chat about food, wine, living like a local, what they are watching on quarantine, etc. the conversation ebbs and flows, and it is fueling my spirit to be able to connect with people all around the world. That is what we are looking for right now, connection.

I hope you enjoy these episodes. I am not sure if I will stick with video after all this is done (Honestly, seeing my face live is super weird), but while this is all going on, you will.

This episode features my great friend Miguel! We talk to Miguel about food and drink in Barcelona region and also traditional cooking methods for paella. We met Miguel in Barcelona while traveling because we noticed his paella cooking class. It was the best time and we remained close friends afterwards, meet again in downtown Barcelona, and staying in touch over the years. I plan on staying with his family when I take my 6 month adventure (fingers crossed), and am so blessed to have stumbled across his class when we were traveling.

Be sure to take his class when you are traveling near Barcelona, you will not regret it. The main thing Miguel and I have in common is that we love connecting with people. He inspired Phil and I to host out own classes from the recipes we have learned while traveling in Pittsburgh. If you are ever in my town, hit us up for a class!

I recorded two of these episodes back to back one with my friend Barbara and one with Miguel, so they should come out pretty close to one another.

In the hopes that we will all meet again soon, friends!

~M

Mar 17, 2020

Joe Groom is a Pittsburgh artist who owns a company called Paint Monkey. A studio where locals and travelers can come be creative. Check them out at their homestead location.

www.beapaintmonkey.com

https://abnb.me/in2pKToKV4

Mar 17, 2020

Artist Joyce Werwie Perry on the Art Gallery Airbnb.

Joyce is a knife painting oil artist located in Pittsburgh. Her work has been featured around the country. Check it out at the James Street Gallery or over at www.joycewerwieperry.com

Book at stay at the Artist's Gallery in Pittsburgh  offering an interactive and immersive experience for it's guests. Tour the home and enjoy local premier artist's works while tuning into audio interviews with the artists, local musicians and authors writing short stories paired with each piece in the home.

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Mar 13, 2020

#134 Jennifer Link - How to live a Minimalist Traveling Lifestyle and Travel Fulltime for Work.

Hey all! Sorry to take such a long break, but winter and my onesie were calling to me to chill out for a bit and slow down. I am back and super pumped to talk about the theme for this year for the podcast which is all about travel.

This year, will be interviewing folks from various towns abroad to hear the inside scoop on where they live, why they love it there, and what you need to know before you plan your visit. I will also be talking to people who inspire me with their travels domestically that have paved a new life for themselves.

Why the sudden focus on travel? I am taking a six month trip for my 40th birthday next year! I figured this was a great way to inspire myself, and get me pumped to take on the planning for this epic journey. If I am being honest, it is a bit scary and intimidating, BUT if the solo travels in my past have taught me anything, it is that being scared is a great sign! It means you are stretching, growing, and expanding your mind outside of your comfort zone, which is something we should all strive to do on a regular basis.

My first guest for the year is Jennifer Link. I first caught wind of Jennifer on my Facebook feed through a friend's link, and I had no idea we had both attended the same high school, what a small world!!! Jen is a traveling speech therapist living on the Florida- Georgia line. Her occupation keeps her constantly on the move around the country for 13 weeks at a time.

Her and her husband made the bold choice to sell 80% of their possessions and buy a 20 foot camper to live in fulfilling a more minimalist lifestyle. That is super impressive to me, and I am dying to know what stages they went through to get to that point, and how life is like essentially on the road. Imagine just being able to pick up and head out to any city you wanted with your life in tow. How cool is that?! #lifegoals

Join us as we talk about her travels, future plans, and share some tips on how maybe you can get to this level of a traveling lifestyle. Follow Jen and her hubby along in their travels over at her blog! and also follow her on Instagram @rpod.diaries23708661-B25F-4167-B5C4-C51B67A7FF00IMG_0273IMG_3163

~YOGA SAILING RETREAT~ June 2021

This year for my podcast I am focusing on travel to uplift and inspire everyone (especially myself) I am traveling in 2021 for 6 month for my 40th birthday! While I am away, I am hosting a YOGA SAILING RETREAT in Croatia in June of 2021. It is 7 days full of yoga, swimming, wine, food and fun. Space is limited! For more information please email martafoos@gmail.com, and I can tell you all about why you should join in this amazing adventure. I cannot wait!

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Our second home takes you on a gallery tour of each work with a follow along booklet and placards. The goal of the gallery is to inspire it’s guests and give them a taste of our extremely talented artists here in Pittsburgh. 

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Intimate groups of up to 9 people join in an afternoon of learning Pittsburgh’s prohibition and Whiskey Rebellion history while visiting some of it’s prominent wine rooms, distillery’s, and breweries. Games are played, drinks are drunk, snacks are eaten, stories are shared. “Walk, learn, imbibe, repeat!”

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