10/01 CULINARY EXPERT PARKER WALLACE, OKTOBERFEST ENTERTAINING, TRAVIS TAYLOR, TARA LONG, "3 SCIENTISTS WALK INTO A BAR"
October 1, 2015•4 min
CULINARY AND LIFESTYLE EXPERT PARKER WALLACE TALKS OKTOBERFEST ENTERTAINING Oktoberfest celebrations take place not only in Munich but around the U.S. from September 19 to October 4, perfect timing for fall entertaining. Festive decor, classic Bavarian fare (like assorted sausages, schnitzel and snacks), Oktoberfest Märzen style beer served in steins and mugs, sing-alongs and gingerbread necklaces are all essentials for any Oktoberfest party. ABOUT PARKER WALLACE: Parker Wallace is a culinary and lifestyle expert who’s broadcast experience includes The Weather Channel, The Better Show and the Daily Buzz and local shows across the country. She is the author of Eat Rich, Stay Skinny: A Girl’s Guide to Holiday Feasting. After a decade long career as a local news reporter and lifestyle host, Wallace combined her two passions, cooking and television, to create “What’s on Parker’s Plate?” She is also a featured blogger for The Huffington Post’s Taste section. Clips can be viewed on Parker’s You Tube Channel or linked here Weather channel segment. WWW.LETSGRABA.BEER ASTROPHYSICIST/AEROSPACE ENGINEER TRAVIS TAYLOR & STATISTICIAN TARA LONG - THE PREMIERE OF "3 SCIENTISTS WALK INTO A BAR" An entertaining and informative reality series, 3 Scientists takes everyday phenomenon most take for granted and simply and clearly explain how it works. From how the Sun stays bright through the centuries to cooling your hot car's interior quickly, the trio en-lightens the audience via fun visuals, animation and engaging dialogue. "3 Scientists Walk Into A Bar" premieres on Sunday, October 4 at 10pm ET on the Weather Channel. ABOUT THE SHOW: “3 Scientists Walk Into A Bar” uncovers the science behind natural phenomena and weather patterns through a series of easy-to-understand explainers, interactive games, and exciting experiments. In each episode of the show, the three hosts – Travis Taylor, astrophysicist / aerospace engineer (“Rocket City Rednecks”); Tara Long, statistician (“Hard Science”); and Anthony Carboni, science fanatic (“Hard Science”, “We Have Concerns” podcast) – put viewers’ intelligence to the test, answering questions about everyday occurrences with educational, and sometimes explosive, demonstrations and experiments. ABOUT THIS WEEKS EPISODE PREMIERING OCTOBER 4: In this episode, our hosts look directly at the brightest thing in our solar system: the sun! Through a series of interactive games and experiments, you’ll find out how the weather on the sun can affect the Weather Channel App on your phone, how to build a solar-powered “death ray” from an old TV screen, the fastest way to cool your car and your body when they get overheated, and the surprising connection between the sun… and your brain!