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"addams" Discussed on The Fantasmagorium Show
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"addams" Discussed on The Fantasmagorium Show
"This particular gentleman. john wick chapter four ads. Clancy brown to cast of bad asses. yes The star studded cast keeps getting bigger. It's seemed like john wick. Chapter four has recruited yet another bad ass as deadline reports that Clancy brown will be joining the cast of the upcoming sequel chad style. Heskey stokowski styles. It's okay who has directed. All of the john wilkes wick films. Yeah that's right inclu including the upcoming sequel notes I've been a fan of clancy brown since. I can remember to have him. Be part of this project is an honor. He'll make the. I'm sorry he'll make a perfect addition to the world of john wick. Yeah i mean you know you know clancy brown. From all all his stuff especially highlander shawshank redemption obviously the hardest screwed. Awesome starship troopers Even spongebob dexter. He's going to be in the new dexter project you know. He's just his. He lends it. His voice lends itself to a bunch of voice casting stuff to Interested in the star trek universe. I'm sorry in the star wars universe and all over the place Lex luther lex luther So it's it's really cool to see that he's gonna be In the new john wick movie. I'm looking forward to the john wick movie. They're they're packing it full with a bunch of people so it's gonna be interesting to see What they actually do with this movie. Yeah i might. I am still following the epic tale. That is john. What wick i really. I've enjoyed all three of them. And so i i look forward to see how happens. What's your favorite john wick movie for. I first one is the first one. So i've so. I like the second one but i right like what into a in a list would be the first one the third one and some days. I think the third one is actually a better film and some days. I think the first one is a better phone. So they're they're they're neck and neck for me. I i've enjoyed where the john trilogy is gone. But i just found. I enjoyed the world building as it went. But there is something about. There was a level of believability in the first one. That just sort of keeps getting amped up as adversaries goes on and when he finally becomes a excommunicated at the end of the third one. I found it to be. I was like so everyone's an assassin who like who works at the grocery store like that was the only thing everybody looking at their phone and then sort of taking a look at john wickets. He's walking out of this. I'm just like okay. Where was that the second third one. The second one right is the second one..
"addams" Discussed on The Fantasmagorium Show
"When i was released. And yeah with Tim burton. It's going to be stylized. In a way that i think will be very like visually interesting and i hope it maintains the tone of the addams family but again. I don't think tim burton is going to stay very far away from that now. I don't think so. Either catherine zeta does have some pretty big shoes to fill. But i think she'll be just fine Obviously with. Angelica houston you know playing mortician the films but This was a good call the casting right. It's almost right out of central casting right. I thought that I thought that catherine zeta-jones was pretty much semi-retired. I hadn't seen in a while. And i figured that she got her oscar and left. But it's good cheese Coming back. i've always been a fan ever since entrapment in the moscow zorro. So yeah so we we picked up. I you know. I'm going to cut into the to the news just to just to acknowledge. I a new subscriber in nineteen eighty-four. Great welcome username. Welcome into the channel. it looks like we're having some ketchup issues. Youtube has is having some issues today. for i went i went to youtube earlier in all of our content was gone on for age. Like what the hell is. Everything is in the back end where we're supposed to be but it just looks like they're having some some issues but we're not getting. We're not getting updates on our under subscribers because then we picked up about fifty subscribers over overnight and so but when we when when they do come in we'll read them off. We you know we really you know without without you guys in the chat and subscribe to the channel. We're just a couple of guys hanging out talking about movies and into the void it right yelling at the at the clouds so we do. We do appreciate you All of our subscribers. Okay back to it The new york film festival. Twenty twenty one ad titanium. Which will we're big fans of around here. Ben data.
"addams" Discussed on The Fantasmagorium Show
"I know that people prefer seeing them at home but I it depends on the movie but with something like suicide squad something like Godzilla vs com. That is something that i would like to see on a theater that my home cannot provide right okay. let's move onto our next topic. Which is let's catherine zeta-jones is set to play more tissue atoms in tim burton's the addams family series for net flicks. So last week. We brought you the news that At least coupon was Was going to was cast. So now we have We have the whole fam-. I don't know if we have the whole family cast but we have the The you know. I think made the patriarch matriarch and heads an wednesday. I wonder who will be. I'm not sure yet. I play these casting announcements. Seem to be rolling out every couple of days. So i would assume that we we'll have the whole cast in a pretty pretty shortly That says a she joins wednesdays. Wednesday cast Which includes geno ortega as wednesday and luis monitors gomez netflix upcoming timber. Addams family drama series wednesday Has found it's more ticha. Uh catherine zeta-jones has been tapped. Serve as a guest star. And oh that's it's interesting and play matriarch and eight in the eight episodes series from director burton and show runners go and miles. Miller smallville and into the badlands. So that's interesting. I don't know if you saw into the badlands. Scotty but it's it's so good it's i knew fan. Yes yes one of those cool shows that i think was on. Amc a lot of people missed it. Probably but it's a it's a really good show. So i'm wondering small bill right every you know. We all of smallville into the badlands. It's very stylized. Okay so. I'm wondering if we're going to get a more well with burton. You always kind of get a stylized you know with these show runners. I'm it's interesting. i'm i'm very interested. I like the casting so far. I wasn't familiar with geno architect. Until i looked up and i noticed that she was on the show that i actually liked called you which is also a netflix. Okay cool show very interesting concept but yes. She was great. I think she was on six eight episodes of that. So i'm like okay. yeah. I know who this a. She's a disney She was a young disney star to a most career Yeah something like that. On one of the disney shows So yeah this looks this. This is starting to look. Look when this first got announced i had zero interest not And i'll i'll wait to see some Footage until i make my mind up this is starting to get me more excited about it just from the casting. What about you. oh. I'm any iteration of the addams family. I've been a fan since the black and white show I i never read the new yorker cartoons. I'm sorry to say but Yeah this is. This is shaping up ought to be something to watch. I know that or at least in the series overview it is obviously being titled wednesdays following wednesday addams in her adventures in college. I think or Being sent away to a private school. So it does make sense to catherine. Zeta-jones would be a guest guest. Yeah but it'll be. It'll be interesting to follow wednesday addams in a normal world. It just sorta reminds me of the camp situation in addams family values so my keep rounding out the rest of the adams's and i look forward to the havoc that they will wreak upon The rest of the world.
"addams" Discussed on MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend
"Do on this part and i have to think about it and like dance myself through it and both parts and they're like you're not so perfect will what interests me about tango is. It's not something where it's something where i have an image in my mind that it's it's gonna be fun anyway because it's so it's a throwback to movie so i think i would be giggling the whole time i would be doing it because all i would see is like addams family yes. I love tango because it can be campy. It could be over the top with the drama. It can be sexy. It can be sad. It can be weirdly comedic And mainly i like it because it's just sex. There's no that was like a motorcycle. And i was like. And then i heard a squawking so maybe a motorcycle hidden echo. I don't know like a bird. Glancing at the tops of the trees like we have wild turkeys and they sleep in the trees. I did not know that my stepdaughter will got me hip to that. You hear the turkeys up into trees. That turkey's And we twenty turkeys up in one. The other day. I was up here my tower and i looked because i could see the tops of all the trees and i thought oh. What kind of amazing bird am i looking at. And i like got close and there was a cat that like crawled all the way up to like almost the top of the tree. Just like we don't have a cat. Where did you come from barrels. We got the anywhere. Yeah so Do you miss the Obviously but do you feel like there's some kind of hole in your life without having kids. That was a big part of your life having the studio and it was. Yeah you know. I think i think the idea idea of like having a day job. That's like something that's like a real day. Job is still missing because right now i feel like i'm just like bebopping..
Supriya Vani Discusses Her New Book, "Leading With Empathy"
"Welcome to read between the lines. A book podcast. I'm your host myself gaetan. Stam interviewing sucre viney. I there how are you today. I am good. I'm good. how are you doing great. So can you tell me about your books. well Focus known as battling injustice sixteen women noble peace prize laureen the second Audobon meeting with empty. It's about the prime minister of news. Leauge and assess spoke is about the stories of all the noble peace prize winners. I have interviewed all living noble peace prize winners. The woman nobler yet i. It's about their hard work. Can you know what all they did in their lives to get what they are today and mean the nobel peace prize stoppings to be the biggest flies in the world. And you know what. I'll add stay phased in their lives. What all odds. What all difficulties. They face the lives and and how catapulted themselves from that kind of situation to get the biggest prize mwanza. I colored from outside nobeleman how he got. The idea is actually introducing the noble peace prize saxena covering lincoln. Also a beta mean the. Although now i mean Because it was during the time. Jane addams these an american noble peace prize winner. Jane addams happens. Debatable model for barack obama as well. So she's no i'm But on him. Saying about the influences of these ladies you know in the american society because america is all about compassion and eating together helping nj adams To it
Ready for More Resident Evil?
"Game from capcom called resident evil village. And i guess you've had a chance to talk to some folks about it right. Yeah exactly this is the eighth flagship title for resident evil and it happens to be on the year where they celebrate their twenty fifth anniversary. So it's a pretty big year for capcom. In for this franchise I played a little bit of it. And i've also got a chance to talk one of the producers behind the game Before we dig into that just a little bit of background so you plays his character's names ethan winters and he was the main character in the last resident evil game we saw which was called resident. Evil seven biohazard Lot of trauma with involving him and his wife. They've recovered The start of resident evil village. He's at his new home with his wife and they have a baby Ethan's home is attacked and then his daughters kidnapped so this sends him on this quest to rescue her now while this happens as he leaves his house to go find her he is you see him starting out kind of walking through the snow at night and then he pops up on this village. That looks like it's from hundreds of years ago but it's also very creepy and And that's kind of where it sets off one of the things that the producer mentioned was this one character who is basically i think her name is lady debt-rescue easy to say seriously and i'm probably butchering it. So i apologize. But long story short she's a villain and she's like a nine foot tall woman so She'd stands out but it was interesting. Because i asked about kind of the influences behind that character and they talk about how angelica houston's portrayal of more tissue addams on the addams family was a big inspiration and then also elizabeth bath three. Who is this hungarian noblewoman. Who is considered one of the most prolific female serial killers in history. So it's a really interesting combination. And they said with the game they wanted to present this diversity and this what they call quote theme park of horror so you have all these different characters that are kind of serve as main figures in the game and so they have kind of different approaches to horror.
Paramount Films Will Stream on Paramount+ 45 Days After Theatrical Release
"Will get paramount movies. Forty five days after they hit theaters. Seven hundred plus miramax titles paramount movies on the site so you get of the sonic rocket man. That's some of the ones They said james bond hunger games addams family and the and the avengers. Like i guess i think paramount was involved with some of the early stuff. I maybe i'm maybe dennis wrong on that. Two thousand five hundred movies right away but the new movies forty five days after that includes mission impossible seven a quiet place to so. That's pretty cool. I like that.
Tim Burton to Direct Live-Action Wednesday Addams Series for Netflix
"Move onto our next item. Which is tim burton's next next project. Crisp what we know about that Tim burton is directing a netflix series. That is a spin off of the addams family And it's about wednesday addams and it's live action and it really doesn't sound anything like previous addams family projects before. Here's here's the rundown. The upcoming eight episodes series is a sleuthing super supernatural infused mystery charting wednesdays years as a student at the peculiar never more academy wednesdays attempts to master her emerging psychic ability thwart a monstrous killing spree. That has terrorized local town and solve the mystery that embroiled her parents. Twenty five years ago all
This day in history - NAACP founded
"The day was february twelfth. Nineteen o nine in new york city. A group of black and white people met to talk about the status of black people in the united states. There were sixty people at the meeting including suffrage is philanthropist journalist clergymen educators and people from other traditions in attendance and some of them have been part of the abolitionist movement. Many of the people there had also been part of the niagara movement which was a civil rights group founded in nineteen o five sociologist activists w. e. d. boys and editor an activist william morris. Trotter the date of this meeting was notable because it was the hundredth anniversary of former us. President abraham lincoln's birth which many found meaningful because. Lincoln issued the emancipation proclamation. But anti black violence was still endemic in the united states. And the people who met in new york on this day. We're committed to fighting racism and discrimination in the us. starting what was sometimes called a new abolition movement. At the time. Jim crow laws enforced racial segregation in the south. Though discrimination on the basis of race was constant throughout the united states thousands of black people were being lynched by white mobs at public events that were made into spectacles and deadly race. Riots were taking place across the country. In the period after the reconstruction era interpersonal and institutionalized racism were plaguing american society but activists reformers in revolutionaries were using and fighting to combat rampant racism and violence in the country in august nineteen. Oh eight there was a violent race riots. In springfield illinois where mobs of white people destroyed the homes and businesses of black people in the community and killed in lynched others author and activist. Ns stransky and her husband. William english walling. A socialist journalist went to springfield to investigate the right and in september. A magazine called the independent published an article by walling titled the race war in the north in the article. He wrote that. People must revive the spirit of abolitionist. Entreat black people social and political equals or else the race war would continue to spread across the country and walling went on to write the following the day. These methods become general in the north. Every hope of political democracy will be dead other weaker. Racist in classes will be persecuted in the north. As in the south public education will undergo an eclipse and american civilization. We'll await either a rapid degeneration or another profounder and more revolutionary civil war which sell obliterate not only the remains of slavery but all other obstacles to a free democratic evolution that have grown up in. Its wake who realizes the seriousness of the situation. And what large and powerful body of citizens is ready to come to their aid. Marie white ovington a social worker and writer heated wallin's call and sent him a letter in support so in january nineteen o nine. She met with walling in social worker. Henry moskovitz at wallin's new york apartment to discuss proposing an organization that would fight for the civil and political rights of black people. So oswald garrison villar grandson of abolitionist. William lloyd garrison wrote the call which was a summons for civil rights activists to form an organization that would advocate for ending racial injustice in america and fight for african americans rights the call was endorsed by sixty people including w. e. b. voice journalist and activist ida b wells philosopher and reformer john. Dewey an activist jane addams and on february toldt nineteen o nine a group including mary turks. Tarot charles edward russell in florence kelly among others breath met for a national conference but they didn't hold their first large meeting until may when they organized as the national negro committee. There was some conflict at that first session as leaders tried to get the more conservative but washington to join in on the meetings also tensions rose between white and black members and the press beer the radical nature of the conference but by nineteen ten members of the committee had formed the national association for the advancement of colored people or in double. Acp the n. Double acp mission was quote to promote equality of rights and to eradicate cast a race prejudice among the citizens of the united states to advance the interests of color citizens to secure for them impartial suffrage and to increase their opportunities for securing justice in the courts education for the children employment according to their ability and complete equality before law the organization established is national office in new york city in named a board of directors and president moorefield story at this time w e b d boys was the only black executive in the organization but that same year two boys started the crisis a journal offered discussion on race relations politics and black life and present it black intellectual and artistic work in double. Acp members went on to challenge segregation laws. Stage boycotts start anti lynching campaign in lobby and advocate for new legislation the end ps methods aren't loved by people who use more direct action tactics but the organization did make gains in the movement for black civil rights and is still going today.
"addams" Discussed on Dreas Point of View
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Tim Burton Is Making An 'Addams Family' TV Series
"Weeks at his home studio in New Jersey. The Adams family TV Reboot is in the words. The iconic 19 sixties TV show was reportedly returning to the small screen with Tim Burton spared to direct and executive produce. The Adams family first began as a New Yorker comic strip in the late 19 thirties, then was later adapted into an ABC sitcom running from 1964 to 1966. In 1991, the Adams family movie premiered, grossing
She Dies Tomorrow Review
"Welcome to film spotting. So if you're the kind of person who used to stay on top of new releases, maybe you saw two or four or even more new movies every month this new paradigm that has new releases popping up on various platforms with little or no warning can be frustrating. Probably, it is hard for us even Josh to keep up with isn't it miss the days of the studio release calendar that was nice. Never thought we'd say that that being said while the world waits for major titles like tenant or There are smaller films being released all the time every weekend. Later in the show, we're going to get to a few of them I though I review of a movie that had its own unique release plane drive in theaters for a week before becoming available on demand on August seven. How? Can you come over? Are you. Okay. I. AM going. Mar.. Is Not Marin for me. All right listen I'm really freaking right now. I feel like you put this idea of dying in my head can can you just call him back? Adam as the title suggests she dies tomorrow is about death. This is the second feature from writer. Director Amy Simon She's probably also familiar to send a files as an actor in the likes of upstream color and wild nights with emily and here she is specifically focusing on characters who come into let's just say a heightened awareness of their mortality caitlyn she'll plays amy a woman in. The wake of break-up who we watch and the opening section of the movie spending listless lonely night trying to unpack in her new home at one point in the evening, a pulsing blue and red strobe. Light effect seemingly invades the space casting amy under a spell. When she comes out of it, she calls a friend played by Jane Addams and tell Sir I'm going to die tomorrow. Now, that's a line or at least a variation on it that characters might speak in many of your favorite films atom fair to say mortality is a pet theme of yours You and Matty did a top five movies about mortality list back in two, thousand, eight, all that jazz wild strawberries. Those films were among your choices so I couldn't help lender after watching. She dies tomorrow. If you found the movie satisfying in the way, it explicitly presents plays with the idea of our impending deaths. Does it deserve retroactive consideration for a top five list of movies about mortality in terms of subject matter and the way it's explored regardless of my personal reaction to it, you'd absolutely have to consider it for such a top five and. I think about Jane addams character in the movie she's a friend of Caitlin shields, amy, and this is a film where almost every character in the movie not all but almost every character has the name of the actor portraying them just in case you were wondering whether or not. There was meant to be any crossover into the personal lives of this cast in the film makers Caitlyn. She'll is playing amy right named after. Presumably. Amy Siamese and whenever Jane is confronted by dubious when she starts her spiel about how she too is sure she's going to die tomorrow. She has a habit of trying to express what she's feeling that certainty with examples right there's multiple times where she says things like it's like when you're going for a walk and something happens and I'm GonNa follow her lead here Josh to start every single one of us knows. We're going to die right we walk around with that knowledge on some level every day but that doesn't carry the same terror with it as those times when it does really hit you
Fear Of Death Is Contagious In The Psychological Thriller 'She Dies Tomorrow'
"Our film critic Justin Chang says, she dies tomorrow feel surprisingly in tune with our present moment of unease. Everything you need to know going into sheet is tomorrow is pretty much right there in the title. This moody and more deadly funny psychological horror film opens on a young. Woman. Who Awakens one morning with a horrifying from edition of doom she believes that she's going to die tomorrow and it sends her into an eerily calm. Almost Zombie like trance. She wanders the rooms of her recently purchased lock home. She plays Mozart's requiem repeatedly on a record player and shops online for an urn to hold her cremated remains. She never explains why she thinks her death is imminent, but the look on her face is so grave and haunted that we find ourselves believing it to. The woman played by the excellent actress Caitlin she'll is named amy. Not. Coincidentally, that's also the name of the filmmaker amy scientists who has said that the movie was inspired by her own experiences with anxiety and her recognition of how easily that panic could affect those around her. And she dies tomorrow the fear of death proves contagious. The mere act telling someone that you're going to die tomorrow is enough to plant the idea that they are going to die tomorrow and so on and so on. The first person amy tells is her friend Jane played with a sharp comic edge by Jane Addams who thinks she's being ridiculous but the seed has been planted by the time Jane stops by her brother's house where a birthday party for her sister in law is in full swing she too has come to believe that she's going to die tomorrow. And once she voices this fear, the other party guests, it's only a matter of time before they also succumb. In the montage you're about to hear Simon's uses thunderously loud music written by Mondo boys and wild strobe lighting effects to achieve startling moments of operatic intensity. I'm going. To die. Tomorrow. Throughout the movie in these feverishly heightened intervals, Simon seems to be expressing level of horror that the characters themselves cannot. Jane's brother and sister in law. That's Christmas Gina and Katie Nolan do panic a little over what will happen to their daughter when they're both gone. But for the most part, everyone here tends to retreat into their own private moods showing little concern for others Jennifer Kim plays a party guest who abruptly breaks off a relationship something she'd been meaning to do for months. Her now ex boyfriend played by tune had been bay does something much more frighteningly impulsive. Interestingly no one really tries to ward off the crisis or even figure out what's going on a sense of futility sets in and stays there. There's something troublingly resonant for me about the characters inertia. Speaking as someone who's able to work from home and hasn't suffered so many have during the pandemic I'm not afraid of dying tomorrow but I recognize something of myself incitements as characters, the ones who retreat into a state of false calm maybe because screaming and expressing how they really feel might be too horrible or flat out exhausting to bear. I don't want to overstate the metaphorical implications of she is tomorrow, which was made well before the pandemic. But Simon's clearly has her finger on something about how people might respond or not respond to an invisible threat. She's made a fascinating disaster movie of the mind. This is the second feature scientists as written and directed seven years after her debut film. The lovers on the run drama sun don't shine. She's worked for more than a decade as an actor writer director and producer rooted in the independent film world, but with increasing forays into Hollywood. She's one of the key creative forces behind the TV series, the girlfriend experience, and you might also have seen her performances in recent studio thrillers like Alien Covenant and Pet cemetery a role that helped her finance this much lower budget horror movie. Depending on your persuasion, don't like she dies tomorrow might not sound like ideal pandemic viewing but I think one of the great virtues of the horror genre is that it can put our own fears into perspective. There can be enormous value in confronting our feelings of dread had on and feeling a sense of kinship with characters who are confronting there's to. Sign it's doesn't provide easy answers. She also doesn't tell us if her characters worries are justified. She closes the movie on a note, picked between serenity and alarm leaving us to wonder if the end is as near as it seems or tomorrow might, in fact, be another day.
Christina Ricci files for divorce from husband of 7 years
"There's another Hollywood divorce to talk about Christina Ricci is doing the split from her husband of seven years the actress has filed documents in Los Angeles Superior Court to dissolve her union with James Hewitt again she cited irreconcilable differences as the reason and apparently cannot reconcile the idea of shared parenthood with her ex partner to beat her divorce filing seeks sole custody of their son who is five years old the couple met when he was running a camera for her TV series Pan Am in twenty eleven they began dating the following year I married in twenty thirteen which is best known for her work as a young starred in movies like Casper and The Addams Family the movie she's done as an adult include black snake moan and buffalo sixty six I'm Oscar wells Gabriel
"addams" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Jane Addams die to ninety than the I. three fifty five south to I. fifty five north to U. S. route forty five into the job site west Lawndale Avenue island I'm Reid burly community corners on WGN radio with WGN sports here's Dave in it well the bears have more hall of Famers than any other franchise they've just added a couple more ads sprinkled defensive end linebacker the forties and fifties and Jimbo covert latest member of the eighty five team beget Kattan worked were name this morning is part of the hall of fame in centennial class that already was known to include coaches Jimmy Johnson and bill Cowher the bears announced yesterday they'll hold training camp at Lake Forest from now on rather than go to Bourbon a team says they'll still be opportunities for fans more information to come in the spring the Blackhawks started slow but finished strong in Ottawa Jonathan tape scored in overtime the hawks beat the senators three to our Xfinity X. five Blackhawks board Dominic Belleek scored Weiss caves and Patrick Kane each had a pair of assists robin letter twenty saves talks are at Montreal tonight pregame at six face off six thirty on WGN college basketball last night to Paul rallied late to force overtime but lost to Villanova seventy nine seventy five blue demons following for the big east they have beaten Villanova since two thousand eight I will beat northwestern seventy five sixty two beyond twenty seven from big ten scoring leader Luka Garza Miller cop had fifteen for the Wildcats we shot just thirty six percent they fall to one and five in Big Ten Conference play the bulls were off they will be at home tonight against Washington Alex Cora out as manager of the Boston Red Sox following the signs stealing investigation in Houston back in football Carolina linebacker Luke Keatley announces his retirement seven time pro bowler eight seasons in the NFL is says it's time to call it quits he did have a history of concussions Dave edit WGN spoil your money on WGN just about twenty minutes before the opening bell on Wall Street Dow futures are off nearly eighty points the nasdaq S. and P. futures are lower as well this is the day the U. S. on in China sign that phase one trade deal US wholesale prices up a slight one tenth of a percent in December as a jump in the cost of energy was offset by falling food prices and the cable network WGN America will reportedly launch a three hour prime time news program this summer based here in Chicago.
"addams" Discussed on Ghostly
"Which would debunk a lot of her previous stories? Like the Toco fire fire and stuff like that. I mean these people died in the in the lake and the ghost somehow got up there right. They came from the person so they had to go through the lake. So but that's a belief that there was I believe this is founded in superstition. And I believe that it was superstition superstition. They've they heard that someone had died in the house so they did that just for superstition and because of that superstition because of that pitcher of water it than it made everybody see or think that they saw something or expect to see something and when anything happens it could to be The lighting's really bad. We were one of the first cities to have lights Electric Lights in You know we. We did that in eighteen ninety three so this eighteen eighty nine when Jane addams moved in there there was not electricity in there and there probably wasn't for many many years. So this is all being lit by candlelight in oil lamps guests leading gas lighting as a precursor. Yeah so it could be gas. It could be guess could be. I mean you guys are laughing but the idea is that it could be something else and the the idea of ghost is that you have to prove that there is ghost. I don't have to prove that there isn't ghost burden of proof. The burden of proof lies upon on the supernatural. Not on natural. Okay well I get are proof. Is that many people reported similar things over the years I will also state I again. found this. I had her. I read this in that. I forgot about it. Mrs Bowen who saw ghost also claimed that three separate occasions she had to put out fires. Upstairs is that started for no known origins. Singed nothing and would just go out by themselves. No known origin except for Oil Gas or candle. Hello anything like so. The Jane eventually just turned this into a storage room and addressing the theatre later on you know I just think too. Many people were complaining leaning. I just think here's the thing we do have a lot of people that Supposedly saw this but there were a lot of people over the years that lived at whole house a lot more than just five or six people so to say that a lot of people if you put it into perspective this was in a normal house. That would be a lot of people because it would. It'd be most people saw it in this particular thing we're talking about a very small percentage of people that would have seen this ghost. Well I actually. I don't know that I mean that's that's just what I found. I don't necessarily know how many people I got to read the book. I believe it starts from superstition and it carries through from that in any little thing thing that happens would be attributed to this and they all have heard the stories of the person before I have another thought but I'm a save it for save for federal arguments. Okay okay save it all right. Geez all right okay. So then Another thing that we heard about on our tour and I didn't find a whole lot about this. I'm going to be honest. This'll will be short There's the fountain girls. There's a small Park with a fountain that's just outside of the house. Where supposedly the girls Sorry the spirits of the three girls play you can hear their laughter and feel a cool breeze when they run by you. Apparently they used to play chase around the fountain and continue playing it to this day. I again I only found a couple of references to this but I do remember them talking about it. I have a picture of the Fountain area. that I took on the tour I don't know do you remember hearing anything about this or Mondo or no. I don't feel anything when you were there. Anything happened. NOPE and I walked around it. I walked around the house. Basically you could go all the way around it. But I didn't get any sense or feel for anything in orbs or anything. Not We know how much you liked the ORB so not. They're not they're no well. It's tricky because you we couldn't go in the house so like I have pictures and and they look like there's things in them but there's not because it's going you could only look through a window so I can't say that there's anything in there from my pictures but there's other pictures okay. Then I'll put on the thing. Is there any pictures of the three girls now. Not that I could any video three girls that I can find. It just seems Kinda suspicious. Their van right. There's all these stories about the three girls that play at the fountain right but we have no proof of the three girls that play at the fountain right now did you. You said you had a story about about phone girls or did you not want to tell the story with. Oh my God. You don't want me to tell that story but we don't have to sell the story that's fine you just you met some girls at once. We'll just leave it at that while under the influence. Yeah now I just remembered. We didn't do we WANNA do ra Ra rankings for the woman white and then we'll do the phone girls and then I've got one more women in in white. I'm going to give it a one. Okay woman away does a one four PAT For minded. You WANNA go next. You want me to go to sure. I'll see eh. I'll say a five because lots of people saw it and they put a you know an object there. You know the water to if I would mean that you have a lot of doubt still about about it so where where does your doubt come from this. What is your? What is your questioning? Okay I'm just asking I'll move it up then I have less dealt and more believe I'm not trying to influence your your number. I just want to know that your attempt to Syrupy more doubtful as.
"addams" Discussed on Ghostly
"Because he was in the last episode. They kept calling Amando Right Colin. I thought of you know. Yeah all right okay. Okay so so so. There's a reason that we included double baby in the history and not the ghost. Yeah Yeah because we don't think it's true except for Mondo maybe Mondo can keep on believing the devil baby that went to bridgeport. Yeah yeah the connections there now. I understand so once you mentioned that it was like blew my mind. Believe it Jodi was told me about that. Yeah yeah so anyways after Jane Addams died whole House kept going until it was displaced by the urban branch campus of the University of Illinois in Nineteen Sixty episode. Blame you vie as at Depaul graduate I say we blame you of I for the Sure even after that the social service center role was performed throughout the city at various locations under an umbrella association did Gene Adams Whole House Association Association until twenty twelve so Rebecca. You said You saw by department. Yeah no but I. There's Lincoln Park somewhere. I've swear. Remember walking by something and it was. I said you know Jay Dunham's whole house and so I just assumed that was the that was it. That was the one location. That was my not understanding As a college college student but yeah so today though where we stand so today whole house is a museum to Jane Addams and although the work that she did is not happing continued. It's still inspires many people to do great things it is located on the USC campus. They have classes there every once in a while. They have have lectures there. It's more lectures than anything else. Especially lectures that have to do Women's history and The I watched a video of of By the Chicago lab where they went to a Mandela speech. Or something like that. They're Mandela wasn't there but it was author of a book that wrote about it and got to see inside in the lecture hall where the kindergarten was and cool. Yeah that's awesome. So that's that's where we're at with the history well so we need to break. Yeah we nail. Yeah all right so we'll be back in a minute okay Hey Pat fall is in the air who yeah yeah it is yeah and that means cooler weather football and of course shopping shopping. Yeah School shopping. Starting College shopping got a new job. Shopping new season shopping. I like shopping shopping. Okay Okay I get it. Change means time to get some new stuff and I bet our listeners would like some ghostly gear. Oh yeah great idea. What kind of gear we talking about? I don't know how about some grossly t shirts and sweatshirts. Yeah and not just once but the ghostly slee logo because those those are really cool but How about also Hashtag team but lever to really show our team colors And Hash tag team skeptic of course so we've got men's and women's styles and even kidding baby sizes so cute. It is very cute and I also edit a phone case and a water bottle title dice. Where can our listeners? Get this great ghostly gear That's pretty easy. If you WANNA get go sagir just go sleep. PODCAST DOT COM and click merchandise up at at the top perfect ghostly podcast dot com and click on merchandise to get your great grossly gear Whole House in the middle of the street hall? Ha Ha it is owned by you. I see all right. We're ready to do this Yeah so now for something completely different. It's time to talk about ghosts on ghostly. Ghost ghost exciting. Well I think the history is giving us a good foundation foundation. I think we needed that. It's an important history. Yeah it is and I learned a lot. I'm almost ashamed that we have to bring up go stories about such a lovely flee place well James Sell Jane addams herself talked about at least one of these ghosts tuberculosis center spine then later. See Ghost when they talked about I. I've never heard to particular to the spine so it just made me think I mean it was was to break yellow person. Something from an you know. He discovered these different theater now. The history of tuberculosis and I mean to Bricusse is a disease disease of the lungs but this time it manifested in the spine and it's called something else because of that. It really doesn't have many of the same similarity so I don't even know why they would say that. I've never heard of that kind of thing before walking with a limp and it's like oh you got to Berkey loose in the knee. Yeah I know I think I've had to burke yellow so the brain a couple of times and it's caused my brain to cough and not be able to debate properly separately. Okay interesting saying all right. Let's talk about some science now first of all so we did talk about the devil baby but just is there anything anything else. We want to bring up above the devil baby. We kind of discounted that I've discounted it at longtime ago. We only one person here here. That has a belief in the devil. It's the most famous paranormal story. I don't even think it's really a ghost story. It's more kind of a paranormal all devils Bob after dark topic. Yeah that's true all right Bob. I`Ma Bob Devil Baby Bob. Yeah well after our discussion would be given a number to the devil baby a Su are ghostly ranking all right you want the first one zero to ten zero ten no Yuka. I you always go first. Oh Oh I do yeah. Zero okay zero percent that the devil manifested in baby took a cigar ligthart. I started running around the table. Swearing at him pointing his finger. was He holding a cigar if he's pointing his finger at him I there's a couple of different versions. Yeah there's also a story for Jewish people of the devil baby at help us at all house so that's another reason why whenever there's multiple stories for different the people there is no truth to it. I Zero Zero for Pat Mondo Rebecca. Why don't you no all right? All right I'll I would give it a zero I am. I'm also going to get into the club. Yeah yeah well just this once I've converted no no But this one it just does seem really farfetched and Not Not real after you read the Atlantic article where they talk about all the phone calls and the The people stopping by and it was just kind of this weird cultural the thing that people glob onto and Jane addams denied it. You're exactly and she also talked about as I'm GonNa talk about in a moment here other ghosts too that she saw So it wasn't like she didn't believe in paranormal things. So hey you know if there was it I think she would have said something. All right what are your. What's your ranking zero to ten? Well you know I grew up in bridgeport and we had the story of the guy that jumped out the ballroom that head who founded ended up for feet and landed in the concrete and he ran off to so they always run off. You know everybody from bridgeport knows that story and yeah you just just solve the mystery man it was. It was Jodi Joe. No major connection between the adult. The baby came from Joe Tony that the baby went to bridgeport. Whoa yes Jodi did it? Long Jodi Jodi. He's bridge border and yeah. Yeah in a raiders fan and yeah so could you give it a two. I'm going to give it a ten. Yeah it's a lot of people talked about it and maybe it was just a deformed me I don't know I heard from old people not just. Jody yeah I I I heard a story from somebody that lives two doors down from the ballroom into. She believed it but you know she was maybe in her seventies and she told me that. And I'm I are you kidding but okay hold on. Let me that. That's the grown up version of the IT. It just makes so much sense. Now it started started over there too soon. neighborhoods over. The Little Kid ran off screaming pointing his finger would a cigar he ended up to neighborhoods over where he probably many he lived in one of those shacks now far away maybe under the bridge in Bridgeport and one day he found a suit got a suit went to the ballroom. Dance jumped out the window. Yeah now okay it all makes you are rating. This on is based upon the idea that there could be a hoofed person but is that person the devil. Oh is the devil. The devil become a baby and Dan do all these things I guess not. So where would you stand on that with rating zero to be different. If there was an old man story you know there was old man. We're close we kind of foul it but Park area okay. It's so I guess. Ah Sorry everyone out there it was. I guess. It wasn't the devil. It was just some little breath that had deformed feet that's where would you give the devil. Evil the devil zero zero two so you went from ten to zero just on the idea of what we are talking about. And that's a lot of times what this this is is. We're talking about two different things sometime. Okay all right. So let's get into some of the real ghost stories. The ones that fake ones. Now the real ones that she'll here when you go on a ghost tour and visit whole house. which is something we did? Okay so our favorite props to Tony Props. Tony's a blouse key for being an amazing tour guide and telling us so much awesome information as Chicago. huntings Chicago Haunting Stewart. Yeah Yeah Okay. So the devil The Devil Baby. You know the the whole house has its own woman white on no known as we know you've got to have a woman in white she's back As a second floor ghost So this is the second floor for the most part. I'm just saying we're classifying. Classifying them as first floor and second floor goes on the second floor. So here's the thing. People claim that it is the wife of the late wife of trolls. Ho Okay. So the so I was reading Charles when he built the house moved into the house. Whatever it was us with his wife she died after just a few years of them being in the House with two small children and that's when the cousins started coming and helping out all of that So she did die in the home and people claim to see her you know throughout the time Of the house And maybe even still She haunts the main bedroom in the northeast corner but there are some stories kind of the attic or just different places around around kind of the upper upper floor The previous tenants of the house before Adams rented it said that they had saw the spirit for it so it was a couple of different things. it was like an elderly home for the elderly and they had furniture and stuff and there was just different. It was just a couple of different things in the little bit of time before she rented it But they were the ones the previous tenants that put the pitcher of water out. The only thing I have with that is they talk. Talk about being something about running water but pitcher isn't really running water so anyways But that that is a real thing And Adams actually actually originally slept in the room. Where Mrs Hall died and where her spirit allegedly was While she was there Adams did claim to see. See Mrs Hall a few times But she figured she really didn't think she meant any harm. She was a woman who lost her. Life didn't get to raise her babies. He's just haunted. The place Despite all of that she did decide to move to another room and They didn't close off the room though so right away they did have guests. Stay there Mrs Louise Bowen was a lifelong friend of Jane addams and she stayed there. Allegedly saw this ghost Cannon Bear Bar Net. Sorry I just found this one this morning and his wife supposedly also saw that when they were staying there So Oh and Jane and Mary Smith of themselves as mentioned claim to have seen a woman in white glide away pass through a locked door. there's a lot of sightings of this woman in white basically the kids that were there thought they saw her And she mentions this in her book the twenty years when you didn't the one that I didn't read but I put it on my Christmas list. But supposedly in her book she mentions these ghost stories. Okay so what do you guys think Mondo go first. Yes the guest let seems like a lot of people saw the same thing And for them to put a pitcher of water out there you you know that was because of something that they believed. I mean you know they did that for a reason you know. And I guess it's documented amended that they put the water the pitcher out there so I mean aside from that why would you just do that right. You know so. It's not like it it you know but there. There's this little kids that saw it. There's older people that saw it. So yeah so okay I'm going to say first of all. The pitcher of water for is because people believe that ghost cannot go through water..
"addams" Discussed on Ghostly
"Two two years. I was never made it to girl scout cookies. I just didn't care for it. Thank it wasn't my thing you don't want to be around other people too cool for that uh-huh okay all right so a lot of the things that that we enjoy today and I must say that she started all of those but she definitely brought a lot of them to the Chicago area for sure I was just thinking of that could there have been a YMCA MCA without a Jane. addams could there have been a boys and girls club without Jane. addams I I don't I don't think so or wouldn't be the same that it that. It is today Rhino where there are safe places for children to go after school. Yeah absolutely yeah that's big absolutely eh So some other things just a few more again. She had a big life even beyond whole house. She was president of the National Conference of charities and corrections from from nineteen o nine to nineteen fifteen the first woman to hold that title and became active in the women's suffrage movement as an officer in the National American Women Suffrage Association and Pro pro suffrage columnist. She was also among the founders of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People the N. Double ACP. So what is the suffrage movement. Can you sum that up. Yup well the suffrage movement is all about women's right to vote okay. Next year is going to be the one hundred year anniversary of the passage of the EH twentieth amendment. So I'm super excited because like when you say like pro suffrage it sounds like it. Sounds like the pro people suffering. Yeah isn't just about women. Voting Rights all voting rights suffrage movement was specifically focused on. I know women I know a lot of it was like it's no we are women. We have a different perspective on the world and therefore we should vote right absolutely is that we were the we run the household. We raise the kids and so we should have have a voice in how those how things are governed. Yeah it makes a lot of sense. I don't know why people didn't see it before but yeah well that's the episode. Have some other podcast. We're not on. You gotta get to the ghosts people. We're not at the Gold Coast here. This is just we're just talking. There's there's so many things to talk about yet okay. Inspired by Tolstoy Jane. Jane addams was a devout pacifist. She was a huge She spoke out against world. War One And here's the thing about World War One that I learned wooller one was actually a lot more or like Vietnam than World War Two when it comes to whether or not people agreed. We should join we'll because they didn't attack America right. Once you attack America. That was our way of getting into plus which by the way. What was it yesterday or day? Before was the anniversary of Pearl Harbor Harbor. Yeah yeah the six they think right yes so seven thirty sevens yes or the fifth or the sixth seven. Sorry sorry older people. Sorry but the idea though that you know it wasn't a universal thing because because we're one was so like well this treaty says that if they attack you we gotta go you know like it was just a different thing but anyways but people were upset with her it did ding her popularity for a little bit at the time but she for her really it was more. It wasn't about that war. She just hated alwar she just was someone that was like. No the only way that we can we can solve. These things is with talking. You know we don't need to go to war But basically it led to her being the first American woman to receive the Nobel Peace Prize in Nineteen thirty-one. Good okay so this last part is a little bit more personal and is a matter of debate among historians people. This some of it is I mean some of these things are facts is just how you interpret those facts. One one word of what you're going to say is debatable. Yes but important word so Jane addams was Romantically tied with only two partners. That's the word that's the where the romantically part so so again. We're just you know I. We are two thousand. Nineteen we're going we're going forward and will interpret this in baby away that they wouldn't have back them but she was Linked with Ellen Star who we remember was who she went with originally to London and all of that yes And then later Mary Rosette Smith which actually would have Would have not been a part of history if not related the gene atoms we we actually forgot all about Mary Smith and she was a major contributor if not the biggest contributor to whole house not was doing a lot of the work while Jane was going off in giving speeches. off-side yeah so. Mary Smith and Adams live their life basically kind of as if they were married right. Well they said they said how you interpret that again you know. They remained together until Mary died in eighteen. Thirty four Jane Colter Dearest One. It was said that Marietta Mary Smith became and always remained the highest and clearest note in the music that was Jane addams personal life. Aw oft very sweet Early in nineteen thirty four. Jane had a heart attack and Smith nurse sure at home neglecting. Her own illness So Smith succumbed to pneumonia. Yeah fell into a coma and died on February twenty second nineteen thirty four. Wow so she put herself she. She helped Jane to the detriment of herself. Yes so I thought it'd be appropriate to Read a poem that Jane addams wrote to Mary Smith. Okay okay because you know I like poetry all right. One day I came into whole house. No spirit whispered who was there and in the kindergarten room there sat upon a childish chair. A girl both tall and fair to see to look at her gives one a thrill but all I thought was would she be best fitted to lead club or drill. You see I had forgotten love and only thought of Hull House. Then that is the way with women folks when they a attempts things of men they grow intense and loved the thing which claims from them a smile or tear like mothers who work long and late to rear their children fittingly follow them only with their eyes and love them almost pityingly so I was blind and deaf those years to all all save one absorbing care and did not guess what now I know delivering love was sitting there. is very touching. Yeah I was written by Jane. addams J madams. Wow Yeah She died on May Twenty First Nineteen thirty five at the age of seventy four of cancer those like year after after. Yeah Yeah when she died she was the best known pub. Female public figure in the United States House and the Peace Movement are widely recognized as is the key tangible remnants pillars of her legacy December tenth as you mentioned is Jane Addams Day and celebrated in Chicago. There's a park located near Navy appeared Chicago named after her as well as an entire tollway. Jane addams Memorial Tollway. That was more recent. That was pretty recent. Isn't it the Ronald Reagan. And is that the Reagan one eight right it's eighty eight. Yeah I'm pretty sure Mondo Mondo or Chicago guy it. I'm getting to the point where I just tune it out when I hear it on the radio every morning driving a chain well it so work as it could to be like the same road but they call it different names and different sections and Chicago can be really confusing. I still I'm. I'm just that person that likes. Go by what I know. The numbers senators and fifty five. It's not the Eisenhower the to ninety even and I do the same thing with all of our trained Sir Chicago two. We have the red line. The orange line the green light will they used to be the Howard. Line the Ravens. Would I still think that way. I don't think that way I think of them as the red color. Yeah Yeah what do you think of Ogilvy. Do you think it's still. What was the mattress station? Northwestern North Western station. I've all I've switched toby. Yeah okay all right all right moving on Oh Jeez okay so we are finally onto the one of the biggest stories and the reason that people associate this with haunting yeah. It's a shame that we that we take all all of this greatness and people when you say whole house this is the story that they bring up Yup pretty much. So there's it's one more bit of history that we should talk talk about when we talk about whole house. And that's the devil baby ever obey the devil. The Devil Baby. Oh Yeah Oh all right. I don't have a song but I don't have a song either. Thanks for giving me time to think of this Dave obey ban. Just your URA era. So the devil baby legend was a local story that immigrants and deeply religious people especially Catholics wchs started to tell it was in nineteen thirteen and a Catholic woman married an atheist right. The man refused to have a picture of the Virgin Mary on his wall saying that he would rather have the devil in his house than a picture of the Virgin Mary that can be arranged. And there's there's very things people say that he ripped up the picture other people said he just was like Nah. I'm good. I don't want that. The baby was born with cloven. Hooves pointed ears in a tail. It spoke in profanity as soon as it was born. The baby comes out and it's like yeah so as soon as he was born he ran around the table shaking his finger at his father in some stories say that the baby snatched a cigar from his father's lips the fathers soon caught him and took him to whole house supposedly Jane Addams kept him in the attic and denied his existence to anyone that came to the house. Some stories say that Jean Adams Baptize the baby and other stories say that when they tried to baptize him he ran away as a baby. And it's a baby was never seen again and their stories about devil baby went to. Oh it was someplace in bridgeport really. I'm serious it's what it was. And he grew up and then later headed dance on in a ballroom and jumped out out of a win. Yes yeah crazy story. Yeah after five weeks of people talking about it. The newspaper finally did an article on it. They didn't take get serious until they just kept talking about it for five weeks. This story might have influenced the Italian bride story that we told an episode two of ghostly having having listened to that we reference devil baby. Yeah we do. And it's honestly one of our favorite episodes. I enjoy that one. It was the research was weird and yeah I'll l. after his corpse cheese. Yeah go check it out. That was you're you're you're saying. I will say though that Gene Adams and everyone wanted whole house refused the this claim that there was a devil baby but they received a lot of visitors over years. Oh yeah people. We'll just show up in phone calls. Yeah and demand like show me the devil baby. Yeah so there was a great article that was written in the Atlantic in October. Nineteen sixteen. Sixteen that we will link to our show notes all about the devil baby. So where do we stand on the devil baby do you. Are you a Believer Mondo. Oh I'd like to see the devil baby. I mean you know it's interesting. I would have been one of those people that knocked on their door. Show me the baby I heard. Yes so I mean seeing is believing course but but just hearing this. Do you think it's possible. Oh yes.
"addams" Discussed on Ghostly
"Have pletikosa Sir. Can I have some more. You know. He's very No but he's he's a famous famous for kind of exposing the poor. Yes and so that kind of you know. Even though she didn't grow up in a city she was able to Kinda see that. Well we turned a blind. We always turn a blind eye to people less fortunate than us. We walk right by them in the streets. I try to get to know the homeless people around. You know where I work and and stuff I I talk with them. There's They they don't listen to the bide cast. I don't think they don't even know about the podcast. But there's James The homeless guy that never remembers me. He thinks I carry money with me all the time. I have to tell them every day. I don't carry money James and One time He he asked me for for a dollar and I said I will give you the dollar if you tell me my name and I just introduce myself to him yesterday the day before that in James was like your name is Robert like no your name is James. Your name is not counted. He Yeah listed about ten names and then I gave from the does is GonNa say please tell me gave him the dollar but I like held it over his head. A little bit numb I gave him. The dollar. James is cool. Okay Mondo are you friends with any almost people I have been I I hear that but but the hubcaps we weren't. We weren't friends long after that conversation. You know it's like the friendship is we. Were we were very. We were on friendly terms at that time and it was like yeah so nobody should ever try to sell you hubcaps. No that's a Shirley to unfriendly us. Yeah I'm waiting in line for food. Come on you want you want your Polish sausage. Yeah that's all nothing against. Yeah nothing it gets the hubcaps but yeah okay so unlike some of us As a child Jane addams wanted to be your doctor so she could work with the poor like I have to say. I was not that altruistic as long as an adult. I've I've definitely changed my career path so I can Hopefully be of more help people but I wanted to be a saint. Oh there you go. I wanted to be when I grew up here. It's not too late still could happen. No it's too late uh-huh too late that doesn't happen till after you're gone you know so they could. You could do some amazing thing. Look there's there's a reason why I'm not going for president when the when the obituary obituaries written Patrick Harrington is dead as died. Put all kinds of Nice things in there could be. Nobody will ever know. They won't go. I'm sure they all right Okay so this is She was one of the first generation of women in America to graduate from College. She graduated in the top of her class from rockford female seminary in eighteen. Eighty one so she was this new generation of college educated independent women that historians call the new women so it was a seminary isn't that for like nuns I mean I think that's kind of the old school term but I don't I don't think that necessarily I think it may be that it was kind of a religious focus education but it was still college She herself I didn't put this in here where she herself wasn't necessarily Super Uber Christian. Okay like she was Christian in the fact that like she's crocheted but like she kind of was bothered sometimes by the extreme Christianity. That would be out there so she cut a shied away from that but I think part of that was actually going to school there. Greenberg correctly Her father died unfortunately when she was in her twenties of appendicitis she inherited fifty thousand dollars. which was the equivalent? This is what I read of one. Point three million in today's money so now let's backtrack a second. If Charles whole that knows in the billion five million right that's billions right. I just So she moved to Philadelphia with some family members and begin to go go to medical school which was her dream Unfortunately she needed to have a spinal operation because she had that to work yellow spine and basically kind of all of this this the the stress of being a medical school It just do caused her to have a nervous breakdown basically yeah like she I think again father Father Dying family dead. You know but also physically struggling to do the work but also I think for her. It was much more about she wanted to help. Yeah yeah people not necessarily the medical part of it absolutely you know and so this combined with her stepmother getting ill meant that she just she had to stop going to school medical medical school and she Did not become a doctor and she moved back to Cedar Vo so for the next few years she travelled on and off but in eighteen eighty eight she visited had her friend Ellen Gates Starr London. The pair visited Tone Abi Hall which was a settlement on the city's east end that provided much needed services to poor industrial astro workers and Adams basically vowed at that point to bring the model to the United States And I think you had said You told me this that she actually had read about settlement limit houses before as well this was just her actually seeing it in action. Yeah and you said two. She travelled to some other places as well without without star. Yeah just just to see them how they worked. Yes so basically. That's the reason why she went to Europe was to visit the settlement houses. It was for nothing else. uh-huh vacation no. She had planned out all of these places to see and to bring this new concept to America. Yeah this is. She's like this is it. This is what I want and so I thought it'd be helpful to have a definition of a settlement house which by the way I think she had her own kind of variation on this But for her a settlement house was a place that tried to lower the boundaries between culture class in education can like what you said earlier. She wanted to bring everybody together. It wasn't that she just wanted to help the poor. It was more like we need to all get to know each other. We all work together and I want to help everybody. Even even you know people that have money still have issues news. You know just like everybody and so there could be a community art center and social service facilities again just kind of bringing needed again not just about like I'm going to give you money. You know but it was like I'm going to give. I'm going to have a kinder- kindergartens gardens in preschools and training for people and you know and also just to get in place for us to hang out and get to know each other so that we're not strangers. You know absolutely absolutely so they can learn from each other one another and seek common ground and then go into action in now because maybe then these women that have money meet these these people and realize they're good people at great ideas but just don't have the money to facilitate these ideas. So that's all that I have is money. I don't have have great ideas. So let's out to that person and yeah exactly So in one thousand nine thousand nine. After Charles Whole Past Adams Alan Gate Star co-founded Whole House September in Chicago in September. The house was Anita prepares upgrading. Jane would pay for a lot of the repairs until the People Chicago started. Chipping in so once it started to become like a bigger thing. Then she started to get money for and as you said also expand beyond just the original house The wealthy woman of Chicago including Helen. Culver as you said donated but she also gave money to up the grading and yeah fixing up. The whole house was the Center for Research Empirical Analysis so again that's where the sociology in the social work comes in it was science. So you know it was about getting data that you could then use to justify programs. studied debate as well as a pragmatic center for living in and establishing good relations and with the neighborhood so again people did live there. It was epic it also came there at daily basis or weekly or a monthly right. It was some place some people just by some people just brought their children there for kindergarten. Yeah exactly that. The aim aims of the house was to give privileged educated young people contact act with the real life of the majority of the population. So I think also too again. I mentioned the the new women's rights. There's this group of educated women that come from money and they want WanNa do something with their life they don't just want to like from the you know the first in Europe and if you hundred years before it would just be about tea parties and you know living your fancy lay. I like finger sandwiches right exactly but but now not that they still. I didn't do that but They wanted to have more meaning than that whole house. Was this opportunity. If like a safe space that you could go and meet people At help people same thinking of the neighborhood that it was in after Imia Mondo were talking about the Maxwell Street. It really fits into that neighborhood. I don't think it could be in a wealthy neighborhood and have the poor come into the neighborhood to to live. I think that the rich people would have been upset right right so you go into a poor community and have rich people move in. They love the love that so so again. Not all of them but they're actually were residents the whole house that were well educated. You know what I mean. It wasn't just like a place where poor people to live. It was a lot of immigrants to move there so they all showed a commitment to labor unions unions the National Consumer League and the suffrage movement. Yeah so lots of work with that Starting Adams developed three ethical principles for social sediments to teach by example to practice cooperation and to practice social democracy that is egalitarian or democratic. Social Relations Across class lines whole house wasn't just it's about helping women. It also stressed the importance of the role of children in the Americanization processes for new immigrants so They had several programs for children. Children Art drama kindergarten classes boys and girls clubs language classes reading groups. College Extension Courses Along with Public Baths Gymnasium Labor Uber Museum and playground all with free speech atmosphere. She was also an advocate for children in nineteen. Oh seven. Adams was a funding member of the National Child Labor Committee which played a significant if a role in the passage of the Federal Child Labor Law. Yeah Thousand Nine Hundred Sixteen. Wow Won't Mondo I know that you were part of a union at one time time and you know a lot about the history of the unions right. Yeah they give you a book actually. They had us read debt. And some of the pictures and the with the Haymarket Yeah yeah the haymarket. You remember the year that I don't know off top my head Once eighteen fifty something no eighteen eighties eighteen eighteen. Ucla and it also showed pictures of kids standing in line waiting for their wages with no shoes on. Yeah there was a lot of child labor AH IN CHICAGO EVEN around Maxwell Street. Oh yeah that was. A part of it There was a video. I watched where somebody was talking about. The first time mm-hmm that they drove down halstead. which was Maxwell Street? You know at that point and Saying how there was So you know there was a bunch of crime and child labor everywhere yeah. Eighteen eighty six eighteen eighty six so it was a relatively new idea than that they were. They were in support of but I mean without that we wouldn't have vacations. We wouldn't have sick. Pay Eight hour days you know. Yeah where did you guys Either of you part of a boys club like a boy or girl club. Whatever like I don't know I was involved with the Y.? Yeah Edwin I was in the boys club. Yeah there was a helpful to keep you on track. Yeah Yeah I mean where else can you go in the middle of winter and you know they had had a woodshop or go swimming and things like that after school and crafts for kids and yeah it was fun. Yeah I was. I was a Brownie.
"addams" Discussed on Ghostly
"Coming back for season three. It starts February twenty eighth twenty twenty twenty twenty s a leap year so February twenty ninth day. We don't dare post on that day because as you know leap day. He's the sports. Once quadrennial laundry day it gets messy. Any he'll frequently week season three very twenty eighth. Elizabeth will be there too All right so we're back in our GONNA talk about the history of whole house whole house. It's it's history. He is really really great. I mean a lot of great things happen in that building. Yeah and we're not just talking about hall houses the Charity No. I know you're talking about. Yeah we're talking about the building and everything that happened in that building Although whole house when it became more when it became became a settlement was up to thirteen buildings but we're talking about specifically the Charles Holes Mansion. which is the place is that we saw yes last year? Only place still stand. So whole house was one of America's most famous settlement houses. The people that owned whole house were some of the most I am mazing in PHILOTHRANPIC Filat philanthropy philanthropic philanthropic people in. Chicago's history. This is more of a history of three people in a house. So we have Charles J halt. We have Helen Culver. And we have Jane Addams so we're going to start the story with Charles j hall as we should He. He was born in eighteen twenty and died in eighteen. Eighty nine and I couldn't find much about the original owner and name Giver of Whole House. But I found his obituary and thought it summed up a good man's life and thought I'd read it here. If that's okay with you guys. I like that we have some kind of primary source material. Yes episode. It's pretty good. Yeah absolutely so I do WANNA state. Though that this was written in a very different time this was written in eighteen. Eighty nine and the language M- may now be kind of offensive in some areas. I think the intent of the writer was not to be offensive. It was to show that he helped many people in his life to show that Charles. Yes yeah not the writer writer. The writer might have I don't know so. CJ is dead. That's been sure in the well known Chicago millionaire dies at Houston Texas the remains of Charles J hall who died at Houston. Texas Tuesday are in route to Chicago and are expected to rise about Friday noon. I like how it's like about. They don't know for sure but about a cousin. Cousin of the deceased Miss Helen. Culver has gone to meet in return with the body and to her are left the arrangements for the funeral and burial. Hello Charles J hall had for the last forty years been prominently identified with business interest of Chicago. He was born in the little village of Manchester Connecticut in Eighteen Ninety eighteen twenty eighteen twenty. I'm sorry that's it's an old newspaper clipping it's hard to read There was nothing. There was nothing in the poor and lowly surroundings of his youth calculated to stimulate the ambition which even at an early age he began to inspire him while yet a boy his father died and he went to live with his grandfather. who was was a proprietor of a small hotel in central on New York? Here he acquired an education such as the common schools of that day could could give one about twenty years of age. He he taught in a district school and in eighteen forty six he. He came to Chicago and studied law subsequently he entered the Law Department of Harvard from which he graduated so he's a Harvard graduate. Yeah Yeah He again returned to Chicago because he loved Chicago and Practiced Law and engaged in real estate. Business it was to the ladder that he that he paid the most attention and was one of the first to inaugurate the now general system of subdividing and planning cladding suburban properties and selling into installment selling them into installment plans. He was successful in this work and in a few years accumulated considerable wealth but he with many others suffered in the financial crash of eighteen fifty. Seven there's always financial crisis in in every lifetime. It seems got. Yeah when when the panic was over he was one one million dollars in debt well in eighteen fifty seven. It's like a billion. Yeah definitely though this guy a millionaire at the time. Yeah Yeah. It's just insane but he lived to see the day when every penny of it was repaid. So he didn't just file bankruptcy Z.. Year something like that he he repaid it well After the war he went to Savannah when he introduced his idea of providing the working class class and Negroes with homes on the installment plan. It's a that's cool so he basically the idea of you don't have to have all the money upfront witch. I mean in those days being poor was a death sentence. You would die of poor. Yeah well I think it still is. Sometimes uh-huh no but there's like welfare and stuff like that it wasn't Jane Addams was one of the people that started that system going where the poor didn't it wasn't a death sentence necessarily early. You're just something to overcome but like to help people to to be able to be property owners and yeah that's exciting. Yeah so it. It proved a success. Success there as it did afterwards in Baltimore Jacksonville. Florida Houston Texas Lincoln Blair and Ashland Nebraska and Cairo Illinois where he put the planet execution in a letter from Savannah to a friend he said our enterprise is is not a land speculation we are endeavouring to distribute the land adjoining certain large cities among the poor. If I succeed in carrying out our ideas to its legitimate results the question of what is to be done with the proper. The outcast in the criminal will be solved so Mr Hall was a man of indefatigable energy but he did not cultivate these these qualities to the detriment of others higher. He was a philanthropist. He was one of the founders. And the first president of the Washingtonian home a trustee trustee of in a liberal donator to the University of Chicago an active worker in the cause of prohibition the convicts of the Baltimore Penitentiary Century remember him not alone for his many acts of of benevolence but for his weekly Sunday visits and talks for years. Every Sunday Sunday. He gave a talk to the inmate of the of the bridewell in Chicago. Any devoted much time to the question of prison reform. He was ever active tip and just prior to his departure for Texas upon business he boasted of having never taken a play day in forty years. I take plenty of play days. He leaves no immediate relatives. His wife died some thirty years ago. That might come up later on thirty years ago and and his three children since that time his wealth is estimated to be between four million and five million dollars in eighteen eighty nine. Wow how wow. Yeah that's that's amazing. More people need to be like Charles Hall. I mean just think about that. I mean how much he traveled to. You mean he w- he didn't just. It's so this. This is amazing because I think we always think of whole house we all think of Jane. ADDAMS WE'RE GONNA talk about her and all the amazing thing she did. Yes us but we don't realize that she chose or things were named after this man. It's a house I I always thought it just smet some like it had a a meaning that had to do with helping the poor something that I just didn't know I didn't realize it was named after person. Yeah And so this is so great to learn about and it started human. I mean think of all the things that he did in that in that house all the decisions that he made to help the poor uh-huh and then to think about you know. Helen Culver came after him which also was flint oppressed. We're GONNA find out and then Jane Addams. I mean this. This house is symbolic of good. Yes definitely and the name house is a says should be synonymous with good cut absolutely so the building. It's at eight hundred South Hall said Street in Eighteen Fifty six so the way that this was written. I got this from the wikipedia page. I wonder if the address has changed. Oh I don't know so I don't remember exactly what it is but it says in eighteen fifty six so it made amy think that either that or it was just talking about because it was built in eighteen fifty six. The building was located in what had once been a fashionable part of town. So a the picture I took when we got there the address as eight hundred South Halston. Okay so it just has to do with the idea that it was built at that time in eighteen eighty nine nine. When Charles hold died it was not located in the best of areas so It was partly due to the rapid an overwhelming influx flux of immigrants into the near West side neighborhood So we were talking before the show me. Amanda were talking before the show and this was this. This was a couple of blocks north of Maxwell street right correct so I remember Maxwell Street growing up it definitely was not one of the best neighborhoods. No but so. I felt safe there. For some reason. You ever go get a maxwell street Polish at like three in the morning and you feel safe. No no yeah I. I got a Polish. At that time I did not feel safe. I had somebody asking if I wonder by hubcaps and tires. Did you buy the hubcaps. No I got my Ooh my food and got out. I'm not sure where the hubcaps Harris. Yeah an interesting story about that areas. My mother was driving home from job on the north side and she was coming home at about three in the morning and what they would do is they would take pieces of tires. The people I mean that that whole area for people that aren't from Chicago have to understand it. was you know just a a real bad area. There were people living in shacks. I mean mean this is twenty years ago and people lived in shacks out there long hosted street but also when people are talking about like Chicago Blues. Yeah that's where it started Maxwell Street right right. Yeah well what they did. is they put a bunch of nails in peace. It tired and they threw it out there. My mother got a flat between three and four in the morning. Oh man and she just stayed in her car and she said the the car directly behind her happen to be a tow truck like oh how convenient it actually was was. The guy lived a block away from US and he said Lady I gotTa get you Outta here. took her away. Oh thank brought her home lab. I always felt safe. Because of you know people bartering and stuff like that over the prices and stuff I I don't know I just like it was a predominantly black neighborhood and I felt safe is a white guy just standing in this neighborhood. It was really weird to me. Yeah I mean I I never had any issues where somebody bothered me or anything like that. It's just you know it. Just the rest of the city was kind of cleaning up and it just seemed like a forgotten dot area at the time but you had mentioned people living in shacks and that is exactly the kind of area that Jane addams wanted to go into true so now you guys are talking in the past tense. That it was it was that. How would you describe this area today? Fine it's beautiful. I mean it's amazing what it looks like. Now there's townhomes all the high end restaurants it's it's nightlife and you would never suspect at that. But that's very anti Jane addams though I would say I mean Adam's didn't wanNA keep bad neighborhoods bad neighborhoods. But she wanted all of us to Meld together into one right before the. Yeah on the plus side I it. It's just there are a lot of student dorms. They're they're also so I think thank you. I see is whole houses which is two blocks. North of Maxwell Street yeah UIC moved Maxwell Street right. The House of I mean the home of Chicago Blues the home of getting a good deal on hubcap. If you bought those hubcaps man. You would have loved them..
"addams" Discussed on Ghostly
"Welcome to ghostly is Hull House haunted as always we're your host. I'm Pat I and I'm Rebecca. Today we have a special guest with us. It's our Chicago Person Mondo Hello. How's it going not too bad anything going on? No no telling us how busy you are just work but about what the tunes coming out on I tunes Things have been a little slow that way when I get busy at work. It's a little harder. If it's hard to be creative then yeah 'cause you're creative in your job so yeah here. This is so exciting. We haven't had you here for a little while. The listeners are going to be very happy they are definitely going to be happy today. we're going to be talking about whole House and Whole House has a lot of history and legends and all three of US visited last year and we all agreed at. This would make a great episode. So we've been waiting and the reason why we're releasing this episode. Now is because December tenth is Jane Addams uh-huh Day Gene Adams is synonymous with whole house and So is the devil baby. But we'll talk about that soon right. Yes definitely Did you have any song for us. This time Mondo Oh no well. There's is a lot of songs I guess that could be done for. There's a Lotta Song won't let we'll let you prepare think about it and if it strikes you at any moment you just you just hit us up with it. Okay whole house in the middle of you. I see whole house down the street st from a good Italian beef which the Italian beef place holders else. It's right down the street on Taylor and actually seniors manny's beef. That's not far. That's just to the east of there with the name of the Italian ice place and Taylor. Oh no you know everything. You're our man in Chicago. I know I always wait in the car and my wife or my son. Go 'cause there's long lines This this is a an interesting Italian Italian ice place. Across from Al's beef it is. Yeah like Danny's or something that's that's it. How did I know that? And why have I never been there. Oh because it's too good to see you might become an addict addict. The line is too long it is long is really live especially on a hot summer day. Well then let's not go on a hot summer day. Speaking of hot summer days. I think we have some listener manual. Yeah great transition keeping this is. This is hot off the presses. This is amazing. Fifteen minutes ago like fifteen minutes ago listener mail All about our previous episode on the Clown Motel so This is really exciting. I had something else planned for Listener Mail but we will save that for some other week because we've got An anonymous Lou a request to be anonymous listener mail. Wow Yeah all right so you guys ready I definitely am ready. Okay Mondo you haven't heard this okay. You did hear the con- Motel Episode Right. Did okay okay okay. Mondo does his homework he does. He doesn't come unprepared. No He's always prepared. Okay all right listen to every episode twice twice twice. Is that why our numbers are so good we have at least two downloads per episode. Then right right all right. So here's the message which in regards to the clown motel. I've been saying there since it was thirty one dollars a night. WHOA hold on thirty one dollars a night? I know I know so. Oh a couple of things but please keep this anonymous K.. So per chetty was not a doting motel tell owner. He's slum Lord who owns a lot of the town and US poor people to do maintenance which is why screws holding in laminate flooring are are baseboards etc to suffer a second. So screws holding in laminate is that bad Yeah that's where you get squeaks and all that oh no boggling buckling and things like that. Laminate floors are supposed to float. You know they just click together but there's actually nothing that's holding them down so if you take a screw and then you screw it down then Eh. CAN'T CON- would naturally expands. But it'll buckle interesting squeak interest. Now this is not the current owner. I just want to emphasize that that he's talking about so you're talking about her. Owner seems really cool. It is updating a lot of stuff so I don't WanNa go it's okay to go in. A person has a relationship with Tony Pause while this person would know right person yes. I'm so sorry I skipped US A. Ah Please keep us anonymous because I do work in Tonopah at times he said okay The clowns were out there just as a kitch kitsch it opened oh as kitsch. It opened when theme motels were big and kids would want to stop there. Finally it's not haunted. The maintenance crews for years walked the property nonstop so those footsteps maintenance knocks you hear three three doors down you hear actually heard three four three doors down there pretty good okay go ahead. I'm sorry The the cemetery haunted. Perhaps little known. Fact is that's not the full cemetery. The map was read wrong so so where the fence is is just a portion of the bodies that down a hill slope up under the abandoned barn structure up the hill all bodies. They are going into leave there. Because the cost to relocate at name is to our to locate a name is too much Finally we'll tell you or at least told me the clowns never removed and the lady in red is at the Mitzvah a hotel and not a school and was a prostitute chained to a radiator. I believe the story goes. Wow so that's a correction there at the end but yeah so he basically saying that the previous owner is like not haunted. Wow I wish we would ahead this for the episode might have won the polls. Well I guess it is time for the pulse. Oh No we don't need to do the polls you know we always have to do that. I mean I I think. That's kind of an outdated thing that we do on the podcast and I we should he wish you think I think we should do the pulse. Mondo what do you think you have after the polls and it just has to happen. I'm sorry we know how this is going to an hurry. And it's like a band aid ripping off. Okay do it right okay. Okay so here here. We go and the latest episode. We talked about the Klein Motel. Yeah and the polls were really close all week. People were like lobbying online line. Like you gotTa vote for like it was really there. Were people lobbying for you know. No actually they were lobbying for you for me and they were like pats right. We gotTA GIVE PAT the win. What I know they're like this is obviously just a gimmick to get people to come to the motel? There's no way it's haunted. You were very very supportive. So you're believers I even in some people that are typically believers were saying so in the end in the end it was a one. Vote Difference Mondo did you vote. I didn't ah I always do but.
'Joker' Returns to the Weekend's Top Box Office Spot
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Box Office: ‘Maleficent: Mistress of Evil’ Dominates With Soft $36 Million
"Speaking movies is a joker is a small carries a midnight Toker and now he's number two at the box office Maleficent mistress of evil not joker out of the number one spot at the box office but just barely it grossed an estimated thirty six billion in North America although it fell to second place joker continues to hold its own in the box office in third place zombie land double tap in fourth place The Addams
Box Office: ‘Maleficent: Mistress of Evil’ Dominates With Soft $36 Million
"Office Maleficent mistress of evil not joker out of the number one spot at the box office but just barely it grossed an estimated thirty six billion in North America although it fell to second place joker continues to hold its own in the box office in third place zombie land double tap in fourth place The Addams
'The Addams Family' Sequel Already in the Works for 2021
"To deadline a sequel due to the addams family which just theaters last week and and did quite well it's in the works and they've already dated for October Twenty Second Twenty Twenty one after that solid thirty million dollar opening addams family is reportedly expected to hold well in weakened two with an estimated fifty percent drop that would mean the movie could make another fifteen million dollars
"addams" Discussed on The Bechdel Cast
"I was watching this looks like I'm the right man for the job you got the the Horny Lord of comedy if you are anyway here checking in clock in like a little bit severe and we also get to see like the interview process the interview is like Oh so you've been a homemaker and you're trying to reenter the workforce that's actually pretty normal right now where'd you go to college and then she he's like tutors what was your major spells in Heck's we'll say liberal arts and I was like holiday in this movie so funny be- I I liked that like we see her be the one to go out and get a job and try to support the family she's very often the one to find the solution for a problem and it just like I don't know her in gum has have such a functional good relationship where when there's a problem they split up their months abilities in one of themselves the problem it's pretty easy like when Wednesday goes missing that weird sequence where she ends up sleeping on a grave and then they're like well anyways next scene Gomez solves that one it what was that what does anyone know why that happened. She runs away to escape fester because she got caught finding out fester is an impostor again she she had suspected it but then this is her confirming it because she walked Ryan on the right shaving ahead of the re- giveaway and so she runs away to avoid like being hunted down by them right yeah that's how that happened but yeah I mean similar two Wednesday being suspicious about fester you see more tissue being eventually suspicious as well like she you can sense that she's not quite as on board as Gomez is because Gomez has been blinded by the excitement of fester returning and he like cannot look at anything rationally but morticians like I'm happy that he's home but also this is a bit suss she takes him out to the graveyard Mike warns him of like to see you know if you fuck with us you'll be in one of these graves and like Oh okay so she's a little suspicion Now she gives him a stern she's like Christopher Lloyd don't fuck with muscle this is the most I love this family they're the most confusing because it's they want to die you know what I mean don't fuck with us but then it was like cyanide like we'd run out and it's just like you know they clearly I kept running into that with the addams family values because they were upset they kept trying to kill the kid even though they wanted their kids to try and kill each other I'm like this is so and had had a background process for the nanny and I'm just like why don't you want how they're just they're very huge families where it's like it's like we can kill each other but straight excuse me I'm by that there's so many rules of the addams family universe that just are blatantly unexplained to the right where it didn't even occur to me to question them because it's just like cannon like lint no one else's scary they and it's also like how old are you you don't know it seems like they might be immortal but then also could be hard to say yeah the wife I forgot her name Tony's wife on all right Margaret that he doesn't respect her so she left his ass you know also short guys do win look date short guys. She went for a guy shorter than her cousin yeah cousin it because he treated her well see that's it's what we want that's true very respectful when he flips harrop he can now shredded all day it's all ginned covered in hair I choose to believe that it's even though he pronouns used for cousin and I also think are used he pronouns are used for saying I think that they are both genderless non winery icons but that's just my head Canon might one more thing mortician before we moved on from her was I liked that scene where she goes to Wednesdays cool this is when we find out where that Wednesday is made like a school project about her great aunt cal hernia who was burned as a witch and seventeen o six they said she danced naked and the towns square and enslave the minister but I like that they're in this case where mortician is being set up by the teacher to be worried about her daughter yeah and like call her weird and say like Oh something is wrong and mortician just I don't know it's weird because it is she does know it's happening but she just totally steamrolls it very calmly and she's just like Oh yeah isn't that the coolest fucking thing you've ever seen in your life my daughter's so great the teachers just like Oh like the teachers Pokemon stunned they move on like there's like she is a Lotta moments like that where you know she knows what's going on but she's like not even get into an argument about it and she's so like cool and collected that no one ever challenges are the B- It's aspirational mortician is so great the movie though both this and its sequel are the stories are focused largely on the relationship between astern Gomez so even though we have these great female characters the narrative is focused on like the patriarch of the family and his brother you know that I found especially maybe sure that's the first movie sequel could have been about something more focused on mortician which actually they hire a nanny because tissues like I would like to pursue some interest outside of the home and we're like okay cool that's cool but then she never does anything so that was the big frustration for me for addams family values but Yeah both movies are about like they're focusing on these male relationships so the female characters end up being more supporting roles rather than you know the heroes of the story the you know and it's an ensemble cast but the focus is still on men and mouth relationships which is Kinda funny because I think take the iconic characters from this franchise are two female characters and Wednesday so like in spite of the way that these movie these are written it's still like cream rises to the top although I love Gomez so much to pugs can kind of give a fuck cause played character right I I do think that it's weird that it's the same story I almost feel like the studio because it's about Fester essentially listening to woman who takes him away from his family that's like both stories right like I just found because I watched them back to back the other night and I was like this is like the same thing he's listening to a woman that wants to take away from his family like it's just fascinating to me like being on the other side of it now that the studio wouldn't be like hey so maybe let's change this more it's the first time let's see what it is cool that like you have parody between men and women as far as like there are female villains in both movies and then also in the first movie like Tali ends up being irredeemable but then also like investor who is in on the scheme in the first place because he doesn't know that he's actually an adams he ends up being redeemable so it's nice a nice balance there like we I always like to see a female villain assuming they're handled responsibly which is when I think most say is I think she's a good because you're always wearing like oh is this going to be a female indict is like relegated to only using her sexuality as a weapon or like what but but this is a I mean Abigail Izzy goofy Elon right and then there's also that bizarre like that sexual tension between her and fester that you're like oh where she stands she's getting real close and she's like shaving shaving she shaving him down to you know he's skin and being like tell mommy you love her a true yeah scary there's also I mean this is maybe a stretch but I feel like there's the light suggestion that the villain who has a woman in the first movie is so baby crazy that she will kidnap an adult man and raise him as her son so I was like okay but it is very funny to me that Fester would have been an adult when she found him in she's like you're going back a little bit too Gomez and how he is this is really sensitive father I think by that same token one of the things that endeared us to fester is that he aches interest in the children in this very nurturing role because nurturing relationships like that with children are usually relegated to females characters so the fact that it's good to see this random uncle who's been gone for twenty five years who would have never met those children was like gap year Nice my like you let's I'm GonNa teach you about scabs which by the way Jamie I know the topic of interest this getting to be Halloween and we have to reevaluate once again does beetlejuice come wets gaps or dry house gaps dot no we don't we're so sorry you to bring those jobs it's definitely scabs near so sure that build use come scabs yes in the in in how you are you talking about this mathematically based on the assumption which we've deduced to be put mostly true beal just comes scabs do you think that bill wet scabs like like a laser jet printer printing a lot full color photos or dry scabs which it'd be a deck of Tarot Card being shuffled. Do you remember the commercial in the nineties for cree be crawlers. That's what I think he comes like Jelly Oh Crawley spiders that you could bake in a the boys equivalent of an easy bake oven or whatever they had or you're saying wet but also hot no like they were like it was a gummy you put it in the sky or out of the equation Okay Yeah I'm sorry he comes crawlers as that's unfortunately not Canon Danny boys that clearly I owned one of the I do want to quote my Algebra teacher and say show your work because I need to know how we got to the SCABS I've got I've got first of all look at the man he's covered in scabs covered in scabs. We have no reason to believe that he wouldn't come scab more plus okay talk playing everyone try again next year when I when we have the writer Peter issues on our loyal listeners who send in pictures every year with their team try scabs and team wet scabs shirts the whole plus team plus rise up for you don't be afraid don't be afraid to compass the Scott Book about scabs in this movie flipping through ways that faster bonds with the his niece and nephew you've ever smelled her scabs forma God they smelt so good we gotta take a break we'll come right back hey everybody we are here today to talk to you about the natural deodorants at native guess what Jamie what native is the deodorant that I already.
"addams" Discussed on The Bechdel Cast
"Percent off your razor plus shipping is always free this is a limited time special offer go now to save ten percent off your razor at my billy dot com on the dark cast nations ask of movies have women are all their discussions boyfriends and husbands or do they have individualism the Patriarchy's FM vast start changing it with Adele hello and welcome to the Bechtel cast my name is Caitlin durant Jamie Lofta and Oh known please and we talk about the representation of women in film on Our podcast you're listening to right now what do we do we use the Bechtel test first of all it is made by Alison Bechtol sometimes called the Bechtel Wallis test that requires a piece of media have two female identified characters with names talking to each other about something other than a man for more than two lines of Diaa wow should we tested out on Stewart Okay Hey Jamie Hey Caitlin did you know that I regularly misuse the word whenever knows I do in our family and tell me about it all the time what were using I think I use it when I should be saying the word when but but I say whenever honestly I think you should get dragged for a free product that anyone can listen to and absolutely don't even need to weigh in but I mean I think it's very us aw you feel bad about yourself no okay yeah there you go thank you so the Internet's not doing its job if you don't feel like absolute garbage that's Russo everyone should try order to map it out I mean really roasters kidding please don't pass the vitals add a cool so damn business we're talking about representation of women in Scary Families Scans scare families specifically the addams family so today we're covering the Film from ninety one we have guessed Suzanne multiple plural. They've both been on the podcast before separately but they're here together because they are the co host of negative ascent it's Dani Fernandez if he waterway high old crossover it finally finally from the style derring Spook Tober what are you guys is history with the this franchise Danny I'll start with oh my gosh I'm obsessed I tweet about mortician Gomez more than any normal person I also have a bunch of artwork of them in my apartment oh I have above my bed I had forever I moved it but it was picture of Gomez like swooping swooping what does the dance move where they're they're thinking if he he's it it has his face like in her neck and I'm like I don't want any guy in this bed that isn't doing that so that's why eh representation and then like right when you walk into my place I have a picture of him like kissing her hand so yeah I'm obsessed with them and That is their goals they are goals what is right yeah terrific iffy what about you know watched addams family everyone else thought it was good franchise fund show the cartoon was fun you think now my relationship with you know the addams family is every woman I have a crush on looks like more tissue playing which issue or Wednesday you're variation of to just getting into that beautiful genuine about your time of year I'm like a longtime fan we had a we had a book of the comics at my house I don't know who it belonged to but like the comics and illustration style of Charles Adams I really really really loved when I was younger I weirdly I think I've only seen this movie one time before but I remember they used to show repeats of the TV show on TV land I was deep into that deeply unfunny television show loved loved loved loved lie level laugh track I live for it but this is my first time seeing the movie in I mean at least a decade and it was so lovely to revisit what's your history with the addams family well this might be a wild thing for me to admit but I had never seen this movie nor its sequel Addams family values but like I'm familiar with all of the characters like a new about mortician. I knew about Wednesday I knew about cousin it like all the hold the hand they've infiltrated our cultural zeitgeist is a cultural osmosis kind of thing yeah but I I was watching and I was like an I thought I'd seen it but I was like wait a minute I've never testing this movie but it was a delight and we're focusing on the first one from ninety one but you know if anyone has any thoughts on the sequel by all means share them so funny because I always forget Gomez is route Julia I always remember all Julia as imb Jason from the street fighter movie the fact that that was his last film that he's found in his life and it's dedicated to them at the end and so you know I listened to the credits and that's all I think of when I was like no he that was a boy better performances him Gomez but for some reason I just see him that was Tuesday for me I was GonNa say the original Gomez also John Astin who shot Aston's dad right yeah I love I love Acting Dynasty Scary makes me mad but I like it allow it I wanted to point out do things just about values out of family values because we're just focused on the first one I do love that both of the movies had female villain I love that in an Hubert their son who's like a tiny Gomez is actually a girl two twin girls the just like they put little baby mustaches on technically they pass a test with drew with their cooing. I didn't know that that's a you know what babies are so in drowsiness it turns out that should I just dive into the looking up a picture of puberty and puberty wow wow trying to see the second one I also read that the second one is supposed to be like the better movie it is funny because going into it I was thinking I was watching the second buzz like oh no the the first one is different because I was like Oh wait this is fake fester fake festival alert yeah the second one was slapped super hard because the camp scene and Wednesday operating native American culture was Super Hot back in the day but then also like making a statement and that we shouldn't like colonizers shouldn't have done not to just like a woke white women with dreads you know do what you also like who are their parents them's Latino and the other is why you know like what is this family like you know Gomez and their spessart and I'm like clearly what is happening here okay let's see next icon yes I'm going to dive into the recap and then we'll go from there so we meet this cookie spooky family the addams family the patriarch if you will is Gomez addams his wife his wife is more tissue that's in Jellico Houston of course oh goodness her mother is granny played by Judith. Molly not to be confused with Alfred Molina although he's a chameleon cut applied the role played literally any character in this film he would have actually been a great fake faster oh totally and then there are two children Wednesday addams Christina Ricci of course Pugsley there's a detached hand called thing that lives with them he's their pet I'm not sure or who knows unclear I don't like a cutler and also yeah but they also have a Butler sometimes you need to butlers and they all live together in this huge the House and they love anything that's dark in Morbid so twenty five years ago Gomez lost his brother Fester and every year the family has done a stay on wants to try to bring him back meanwhile the addams family lawyer Tully Alford played by Dan idea and his wife his wife Margaret they're financially desperate and they're trying to figure out a way to get some of the addams family fortune because they are inexplicably very wealthy MHM the story is like we don't need to explain why couldn't none of them have jobs and go out of the way to remind you that none of them have it's like they're just an independently wealthy scary family Yes so one of Tony's clients Mrs Craven pays him a visit to collect a debt that the owes her and Mrs Crane Son Gordon Christopher Lloyd looks a lot like a photo of the long lost fester addams so the decide to have Gordon pretend to be fester as a way to try to get the atoms money quick question is Mrs Craven that's murder she wrote right no isn't murder she wrote Angela Lansbury then no that's not her runaway roundabout way and we say fester is missing he's like literally missing right he's not he's in the Bermuda Triangle they're saying right yeah we're talking do take one quick second for us to put some respect on the game where you helped the two metal things that would vibrate super hard and then smoke would come out of his mouth Dave and buster's scared me for so long as a child because I thought it was really electrocuting you don't think I can handle all those bolts so the family does their annual seance and Gordon as fester shows up pretending to have been some end by the sands along with Mrs Craven who is pretending to be a German psychologist who is like helping fester the other way that's a hat on the hat she didn't have to do that she just wanted to do some sneaking around she's like I took an Improv class they gotta get some use out of those forty dollar Improv increases the likelihood of them getting caught by a lot right it might even go as far to say the reason they were suspicious was because she was she here she's like practice is this German accent so I have to use it so then fake fester settles into the Adams House but tells the family that he can only stay for week because he has to get back to the Bermuda Triangle Wednesday addams is suspicious of him immediately but everyone else espec- Gomez is delighted to see him and he asks fester for forgiveness for betraying him in their past because there's this whole thing we're Gomez food these twins flora and fauna because he was just super jealous of festers Traum but fester can't seem to remember anything from there childhood like the secret password or the combination to the vault or how to remove this like finger trip thing so now Gomez suspects this man to be in impostor and gets very upset and he's crashing his model trains together love the model train that's like a carryover from the TV series too he's just said so fake fester knows that they are onto him but he still hasn't found the family fortune and then his mom Mrs Craven who is pretending to be the doctor shows up and convinces Gomez that he's experiencing displacement which is why he's angry and thinks festers fraud and everyone believes her so as once again is like is convinced that this guy is his real brother well how are they so rich for the fact that they can get duped so easily astor is bonding with the children Wednesday and Pugsley and he helps them with their performance at the school play and everyone is excited about fester again and he's starting to feel like part of the addams family but his mom is like I'm your family you got to get out of.
"addams" Discussed on OC Talk Radio
"Have you ever been Amancio penitentiary no but I would love to 'cause I've done the haunted house thing like that's kind of cool because it's a lot more open spaces because like like to some of the area then that are just obviously bigger walk through cellblocks up up and Rambo sides so much like Oh. This used to be jail mortgage like more more open anybody PA from anywhere. It's like a lot more area than just like. I'm walking down the hallway. One of my favorite parts when I went through like my girlfriend hates clowns clowns and we get to one part R._G.. Sees a clown and like she goes scared and then he's like welcomed. The clown town and that whole cellblock was nothing clowns. I was just like this is going to be fun. That's amazing yet. I hate dolls and I hate fire but I also respect dolls because they do scare me. Chaikin respect the fact that they actually terrify me so I do like seek out doll related things because I enjoy that they do make freaked out. Okay okay fire. Just fuck off. I don't want anything to do with it could be scary. I like feel like Bernie right now. Don't feel like having blisters also the concept of drowning not here for it ocean in general don't want that once and I'm like yeah not bill salty water like I'm going great can't even go underwater without feeling paint my iceberg now. Thanks all right. We'll start wrap this show off and what we do at the end of the shows for interviews as we have our fave five questions okay which in honor Booker T. Their Sex Booker T. five times seven. This is the faith five questions doc yet you dig it so these are these random all right listen. Just I picked from them. This will probably works for you. Okay addams family or monsters addams family but I do appreciate Lily Monster. Okay this is also I love addams family just like because they're actually like such a wholesome family. Yeah they're like such a great family and the crazy thing is Bo shows wrong like roughly the same time like started like within weeks of each other ended within weeks of each other cre- believe same timeline yeah which is impressive that they were both as successful as they were you think about one would out shadow the other yeah but there I feel like there's no right or wrong answer because it's just like well. Maybe I prefer for universal monsters so go. Monsters are just like well. I like the originality of the addams family I love the romance between Morteza and why blanking on its name Gomez Gomez thank you but even took me a second to come on the spot. I can't do it or even like killing as much I love the monsters like thing and cousin those two individuals. It's just like thing was hand both yeah so there's no right or wrong answering yet understandable question number two. You're you're traveled. You've been many places pretty wealthy and traveled a little bit. Sheets are Wa wa sheets hands down. Yes a Wa Wa might have better coffee okay but as for food sheets Bob. I actually didn't realize that this wasn't just Pittsburgh thing until I started coming to Cleveland fairly often but get-go has produced get-go has really good food understatement like I like sheets is probably like that's my go-to but Gecko is like a pretty solid side bitch like Gecko is a good lakeside. Ho For me. It's it's Geckos number one but people just hold what side you want sheets Wa wa. I say GECKO and they're like but I know there's a bunch of other third options around the COP. Genuinely thought go is just let because I thought like Johnny English just hits Berg thing. I didn't know that like got it for years with Johnny. Go you know that like get go was out of like the the General Pittsburgh area so it blew my mind. There's Geckos Yer. I can get their popcorn orange chicken. The bill that is I didn't realize until last year when we started talking about a lot more the fanfare for that was more than just like I mentioned it and it was like you like the report you like cult favorite. It's I think are we've talked about this like it was some other fans is like they should have come Christmas in July have like Thanksgiving in June mad mex which is a local like sorta chain Mexican restaurant. They have the gobble reto which is like the Burrito version of that. Do I think in like the half year point between Thanksgiving they for like a day have Laredo detri- that it's good it's good. I like that you can also get in like Bo form so k. can just like eat it all in bowl yeah. I need to try question number three three when you're sleeping. Do you have your door open or closed closed. I can't have my door open. I can't have my closet door open. Nothing can be open. Okay inset something. I've talked about this. Where I've I've always been enclosed but then I know people that are like had an open and I'm like yet what you said how my dad is like that and it makes me uncomfortable? I one not just then that someone's just like chilling. They're looking at you for me. It's not even that is just like I I want. I WANNA sleep so I want the door. Close like outside light can get in to. I feel like it's some sort of like hibernation like put you okay okay face alone and then I feel like if someone comes through the door like that will get me but if it's already open like you know you can walk in yet. I'd like wake up. Maybe if you open the door. If you just like kind of creep in with the door already open you say with the closet because I used to like here you're not liquor but although stories that like people living in people's addicts like homeless people that live in people's addicts and do just never know I have to keep my closet door closed because I'm convinced that like this might be the day that's Owens in my attic or question number. Four is a new one that I've been trying out all right rank the fast food chicken nuggets between McDonald's Burger King and Wendy's McDonald's Wendy's Burger King because I'm waiting for for the person to give me why Burger King should be one or two and why one of the other two is three. I like out chick-fil-a as an option because like chick fil A.'s grilled chicken nuggets are pretty cool. I also they have really good sauce sauce. I think the reason why don't use them because like McDonald's Burger King and Wendy's or like the three traditional fast food burgers like the their menus are this similar to the same but like their own different variations nations and obviously I to me like you said Donaldson right yet to me. That's number one. It depends how you feel. Sometimes you're just in the mood for Wendy's chicken nuggets. They scorn me last time dirty eighty but it was because I hadn't gotten nuggets awhile like one of my favorite dipping sauces and I had a craving for it and I tried Wendy's I is honey. Yes I went to when they like when they I had the nuggets in for many years. They always had honey so I went up or do they have this doug. It gets a little honey honey mustard just on we don't have that. I'm like what do you mean since when win ever put honey on pizza no big thing when I lived in Colorado never heard of it until I tried it and I was like I don't dislike this. Try that it's not it's better on leftover pizza. I the thing that I used to do when I was in school. Always with Pizza Day was applesauce and I would take the pizza independent applesauce really good interesting. Yes I have not done at sense because it was like Oh like I'll order the pizza. I want to be applesauce pain college kid and then you're like I can't do this outside but interesting think with Papa John's pizza we get the garlic sauce. I get one. I put garlic sauce in the applesauce in dip it in all sounds terrifying but I'll trust your word and maybe try it because I also enjoy garlic. looks also live with question number five best physical portrayal of the joker oh loud definitely probably heath ledger garth big fans that big i always constantly put over how much i love danny devito is the penguin so whenever i think the batman movies on what it man danubio penguin i haven't rewatch that while i don't really need to my girlfriend's a huge <unk> tim burton written yet has never seen those batman movies they're like i love them yeah i love them so much danny devito us the penguin is like my favorite thing dean to revisit that but an giant rubber duck oh yeah the best i think because i think of all like the toys and everything that time to the that's why right fell in love with batman was was batman returns and then like i think that's roughly the time the animated series kicked off so it was just so many memories of that the fbi i agree ledgers just amazing unbeatable the when i watch him in those movies or that movie i times i don't look at them like oh that's heath ledger i go the joker yeah there's only a couple times where like the lights on just is right in the makeup wearing offer like okay i can see heath ledger but the rest of that is just the joke and that's a complimentary oh for sure incredible are a question number six which i taylor around my guest and for you sometimes i don't know what i'm going to ask but something trigger me in the middle that's okay for you if you had to your option to do ghost hunting at any place in the united states or the world what would it be in live obviously i don't don't have a specific but what i don't know if i'd wanna like ghost hunt there i don't i honestly feel like it would be kind of lackluster i want to do a little seaboard house i just kinda wanna go okay i'd i'd love to do an abandoned amusement park just because i think that would be yeah crazy because there's a lot of like i think it'll be a lot of fun doing abandoned amusement park for me it would either a. b. the white house that would be cold <music> because there's there's like go i fell in love with a lot of the ghost stories of the white house that's crazy life you ever think about it until you're like us on their like <hes> one gosar i remember reading when i was a kid that one of the gardens this was planted by dolley madison and some president years upon years decades centuries our center so later wanted the the wife wanted moved and like the ghost dolley madison appeared and told the worker to stop yeah and there's another like eight the abraham lincoln's the other side of that is if i do the white house i would do theater force theater yeah blamed on i'm like it's a ford's theatre sort of guessing but yeah ford's theatre just like that and also senior where he he's like died on the cross the street like abandoned eater would be super cool to do to the guy thing for me it would be like an abandoned amusement park not like i think there would be like crazy amounts of ghosts they're just because i think.
"addams" Discussed on About to Review
"I think is the name of it and all of the toys and shirts, and he posters and got out and pinball machines. I mean that was brilliant like such a move to make in the in the nineties like who is thinking about that kind of stuff, you know, for her to be like, I want to sell the image of Vira, you know, gyms Halloween, costumes wigs makeup lines. I mean, like, brilliant brilliant. So I mean, it makes sense. I guess that does now that with that knowledge. It makes sense. Like, why do not really have memories of show? Like, I've Egli remember of our mistress of the dark, but I only have ever seen it all the way through maybe just like clips here and there, but it was just yes, she is just again when we think of nineties, and she is Connick JR. Iconic. Yeah. But I never really understood. Why? Yeah. I mean, you know, there's just she's she's long person in. Line of that prototype. You know, okay, I'm in. So like it began with Charles Adams. He was the guy who created the Addams family, or there was an unnamed character who was the matriarch of the home. She had long black hair. And she were this tight little dress. She had it was not before more tissue. Yes. So she was unnamed for the beginning when Chelsea Adams was first coming out in the worker, he made these little comic strips. She didn't have a name the name came at the TV show when the Addams family television TV show. I know it. No, you're blown to mind. It was give me some horror history on it was Charles Adams had a comic strip in the New York Times. And it was this little gothic family. Do these little creepy gothic things the opposite of family circle. Yeah. That was the whole joke. They would do things that were just like just a complete one eighty of the societal norms. You know, and that was the humor of them that they were this. Creepy subversive family. Okay. That got made into a television show where then everybody got names, including more tissue atoms whose look was kind of perfected, you know, then vamp era had a TV show. And was like this Mellon Nurmi. I think is how you pronounce her name. She these high arched eyebrows. I was thinking of Perella, but vamp your vamp era. Yes. She was the first one who appeared on television. She this little tiny little ways. She would always she looked like that twenty four seven long black nails lack lipstick. She had a television show for two years. Okay. Right. Then you had all these kind of off shoots. You had all these van van Parrella? You'd all these other that kind of that prototype of like pale curvy tight waste, you know. Sexy. Crypt kind of woman, then you had a Vira who kind of turned that. Into a humor thing because again, similar to crypt keeper. It was. I remember more jokes. Yeah. Then being scared right because Cassandra Peters who plays Elvira. She is a stand up comedian. So she started as a stand up, and so she was bringing her stand up live performance work in as Elvira. And then so then that whole thing kind of spawned. I mean, if you can imagine like, I I am not Elvira whatsoever. Like she and I do not look the same. Spoiler alert for your listening. I am very black obviously and Kirby. And so like that the kind of pale gaunt thin kind of person I never really even though I related to her personality and her on how funny she was. I never looked at her. And was like that's going to be me because it was never going to happen. So, but I wanted to take my my personality and turn that into something that made sense in that that whole sorta John rea-. So I was trying to find just reached over. Yeah. Because in the Soviet Parrella comic books like she was kind of that. I mean, her costume is very unpracticed. It is stre- read. It's like a borat situation remote within like from that. Then you have like purgatory. So I mean the late in the nineties it was. Just yeah. Yeah. They were and they were everywhere. Yeah. The like, rob life L men..
Entertainment roundup: Brangelina custody wars, favorite TV dads, and Kanye's hot on Billboard
"Thinking it yeah we z one hundred salvaged serandon the z one hundred morning show danielle we have a moment with danielle moments make let's make it worth the wall right well yesterday disney unveiled the first teaser trailer for dumbo that's tim burton version the live action remake of the disney classic it looks amazing i got goosebumps i think you riddick acoust bumps too i was watching her it comes out march twenty nine two thousand nineteen if you want to see the clip i did tweet it out it's at danielle monaro so everyone's talking about oriented grandes engagement ring from pete davidson it looks like it's her engagement ring and it's reportedly worth a hundred thousand dollars yeah i i still say he didn't paypal price you don't know leave him alone right accord is ordered angelina jolie to take steps to improve brad pitt's access to their kids if not she could lose primary custody now she has reportedly agreed to a summer visitation schedule and to unmonitored calls and tax between brad and the kids so keep you posted their father's day sunday hopefully everybody is ready and they have what they're gonna give their data or they have time put aside for something a website used google trends data to find the most popular tv dads in every state jack pearson from this is number one in six states gomez addams from the addams family is the most popular in five states i would picked him as adams as well and all seven tracks on kenya's as new album debuted on the billboard top forty thank you this is kinda west hello this is beyond say surely poos doing this is wendy volume this is christian copeland elvis elvis duran duran and the morning show hey it's elvis duran you've heard how wells fargo is holding themselves accountable for recent issues they're working hard to rebuild trust reestablished core values and stay vigilant so check out where they're headed at wellsfargo dot com slash renew you just might be surprised.
Stephen Singer, Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show
"Money for diamonds are forming how could you pick her hand up with a range you might have dragged along the floor let's call stephen singer's if we get one of those accord accordance ordered angelina jolie to take steps to improve brad pitt's access to their six kids if not she could lose primary custody she's reportedly given a summer visitation scheduled to him she's she's given unmonitored calls and texts between brad and the kids but that's about it so they need to do a little bit more civil see their fathers as the sunday everybody ready got presents for your dad's i hope so a website used google trends data to find the most popular tv dads in every state jack pearson from this is us is number one in six states and gomez addams from the adam family is most popular in five states does the can i just say i would have picked gomez adams of course you would have given the choice all seven songs from he and billboard hot one hundred's top forty so congratulations to him that's pretty exciting news tonight on television elvis thinks you should go watch the john gotti special junior john gotti junior special so check that out if you get a chance gordon ramsey's twenty four hours to hell and back the series from bureau of that over on fox you also have wall burgers archer is on american into warrior how much do we love that show right now have always loved it but now that they they make it more of a thematic show it's all good it's so good so go check those out tonight no hey i had a comment about what you guys were talking about the point system samantha's point system for her boyfriend relationship no i studied aba i'm working towards my be cba basically.
Oscar Isaac, Khloe Grace and Nick Kroll discussed on Mark Belling
"Oscar isaac insure lease thereon will lead the addams family in an upcoming animated film the film will show how the new more tissue and gomez madden started their family the rest of the cast includes khloe grace is wednesday thin wolf part is pugsley nick kroll as uncle fester and bette midler as grand mamma set for release in october twenty nineteen star wars actress kelly marie tran is done with social media after allegedly dealing with months of harassment she removed all posts on instagram after reportedly receiving numerous sexist and racist comments that began after she started in two thousand sixteen star wars the last jedi i imagine the a new book about the creation of the song the album and the film imagine set to arrive this fall simply titled imagine the over three hundred page hardcover book will be released on october ninth which would have been john lennon seventy eighth birthday according to yoko ono the book tells the story heard her late husband's life working relationship during the time the classic album was being written and recorded with each chapter and song introduced with text by john and yoko leonard skinner don mailing the remaining dates for the band's last of the street survivors farewell toward the second leg of the trek set to get underway september twenty second in las vegas and stop in nineteen cities that's entertainment jenner.
Columbus, Illinois and Jane Addams discussed on Dean Richards Sunday Morning
"Hits including a home run lucas cheerleaders six solid and he's gonna win white sox will look for the series victory this afternoon near guaranteed rate field pre game at twelve thirty five editors jay the first pitch at one ten reynaldo lopez looking for his first one of the year he'll go up against mike minor for texas split of a double header for the cubs yesterday who's game one five to four in eleven innings but wrapped in game two tend to nothing in that nightcap and half homered jason heyward tied a career high with four runs batted in jose tana pitching seven shutout innings in the victory yu darvish scheduled to go this afternoon in the series finale at cincinnati well it's news we kind of already knew but very unwholesome made it all but official at a slovak newspaper yesterday saying he's not playing hockey anymore hosa sat out all last year because of a progressive skin disorder and the side effects of the medication to treat it is you leave the game with eleven hundred thirty four points five hundred twentyfive career goals and he went three stanley cup while a member of the chicago blackhawks and justify takes the second leg of the triple crown winning the preakness stakes yesterday he'll go for the triple crown coming up on june ninth at the belmont stakes attempting to become the thirteenth horse in history to win the triple crown on the whole the blackhawks northwestern wildcats and chicago white sox baseball anti mazer wgn sports wgn traffic we're looking at traffic starting to build on the kennedy inbound a twenty five minute trip now from o'hare to downtown twenty minutes or so from the junction to downtown the accident we reported on earlier in elgin at the jane addams tollway inbound illinois thirty one is now cleared this note in the river north area in chicago wabash between hubbard and the chicago river is closed all lanes blocked there until eight o'clock tonight for a tower crane to be removed downtown also we have the chicago spring half marathon that's been underway since about seven this morning that is closing columbus between rosa veldt in randolph and all of the cross streets in grant park belbow jackson monroe all closed as well the streets will be reopening by the noon hour for personalized traffic on demand get the traffix chicago app it's approved by team hockberg at perl mortgage just search t r a f f i x chicago.
15 dead after Canadian junior hockey team bus crash
"The investigation continues i'm paul stevens fox news canada and the entire hockey world grieving today after fourteen people were killed late yesterday when a bus carrying the humble broncos junior hockey team was rammed by a tractor trailer in northern schedule your stunned and grieving over this incomprehensible situation we know that this is a moment when we must come together to support to comfort and to lean on one another team president kevin guarantor among the fourteen kill the team's twenty year old captain at it's radio play by play announcer the team was on its way to a playoff game when the accident took place germany's chancellor angela merkel saying she's quote deeply shocked by the terrible events in monster unquote a van crash into a crowd outside a popular bar today in the western german city killing two people injuring twenty others the driver of that vehicle then shot and killed himself to states complying so far with president trump's request that national guard troops be deployed to the us southern border with mexico that trip to pull nearly four thousand probably on their way to hundred and fifty national guard troops being deployed as we speak in texas and they're on their way in arizona to governor doug ducey calling up the activation of one hundred fifty guard troops in arizona fox's griff jenkins in washington the reporting the california governor jerry brown has not yet indicated if you'll send guard members to the border wall new mexico governor susana martinez his office has not yet deployed any of the states scarred members some thirty percent of air france flights canceled today's strike over pay rises raises rather appears to be intensifying their most french trains will also screech to a halt and strike plan for tonight over president emmanuel macron's economic reforms that train strike expected to last through monday and that air france strike is the fifth such strike that's taken place since february girls the fox news fair and balanced stuck in traffic we've got the answer from the balance of nature traffic center group within the balance of nature traffic center jane addams we have an accident blocking the three left lanes inbound before plus he wrote in elmhurst have been reported this was a vehicle fire earlier but now is an accident that has the three left lanes oh main street in burlington avenue.