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"amanda sife" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"WLW in Jason Nathan's and is here from Muhammad one ABC Entertainment to talk about streaming 55 million. Come on, You're still on this you have. That's the projected number of people watching the NFL draft. You're mad because the Oscars drew less than well. All right, I'll give you said 10.4 million. That's nothing. Look, I don't I don't. I understand that more people watch football. I C the number's for Sunday night football and all that stuff. I get the people watching, but in people don't watch football in those numbers. The only thing they're watching in bigger numbers is the Super Bowl. That's double. This is you're saying half the number of people who watch the Super Bowl or watching the draft over three nights? Yes. That makes no sense. I doesn't It does not make mathematical. Okay. All right. I'm just going with what? What you people on ABC wrote down on paper or I'll actually emailed me. Did I write that? I don't know if you did, but was thrown, But I'm not a number guy. You throw number from me. I'll just I'll parroted that I'm stupid that way. But all right, he said 55 million. I mean, you've got three different networks plus digital. You've got all of these. You've got all these eyes on it, I guess. You know, maybe you're counting the same person who watches it every night. But nonetheless, it's it's sizably it get free Taco Bell. If you watch exponentially bigger than the Oscars and warships we do you agree with that, that there's a lot more people watching the draft than awards. Well, if if those are the numbers, then Yeah, absolutely. Those are the numbers. Let's say they're the number. Let's say if half those numbers still double more than double what the Oscars did It's funny because the biggest year for the Oscars was 1998 the year of Titanic and that hadn't 56 million. I want to say something like that. And that was 23 years ago. You'd never believe that. And now and now the NFL draft as you're watching right in one out of every 30 players pans out to be worth a damn But and it's it's completely arbitrated, which team they go to in their system, and the other coaches can bring the best out injuries. I mean, it's just It's literally watching somebody rolled dice. There was there was a guy who was drafted from high school, right? Extremely well close to it. Yeah. Uh, how do you even know who that is? Right? I don't like me draft in eighth graders before you know, And this is what drives Jason Crazy. I mean, what drives me crazy more than anything is the fact that I was not drafted. Well, you'd be drafted, but it was not for that kind of draft. Know we're at war. All right. Put Nathan sit in there. Thank you Think that's something to do with America's loss? Yeah. I don't see your career is going to do with me being five sick, Not exceptionally athletic in that department nonetheless. I played football in high school. Damn it, Did you Yeah. All right. Lettered. And what? What were you doing? Contrave team. Okay, Let's talk about streaming this weekend. Bunch of news different for a lot of stuff this weekend in there. There is Yeah, okay. And starting with the mosquito Coast, which is a new show on apple TV. Plus that gave me Ozark vibe. So if you like to go dark on Netflix Quito Coast Mosquito Coast might be for you. Its stars Justin the row who actually has been saying his own name wrong for all these years? Notice because the book one which this is based, is written by his uncle. Off the room. Who in an inn? A video from Apple calls out Justin Thoreau for saying their family's name wrong for all these years. Wow. And if you look at the spelling, it's French. And you go. Oh, yeah, it actually is spelled the room, but for some reason has been saying, bro. So there you go. Now that that's stuck in your head and mine, And I can't ever say his name, right? You'd never be able to say it again as a hero with the road through, but he plays And this is actually a movie from 1986 starring Harrison Ford. Oh, yeah, yeah, I was gonna say it because I remember that title on my card is the same one. I just got to say that you're old enough to remember. Yeah. Don't you know Coast, okay. I think I vaguely shut up just yet. And a segment. It's hey plays an inventor named Allie Fox, who can fix anything. You can do anything on day kind of his family. They kind of live off the grid. And you find out there's a very specific reason for that. Which you kind of edge towards an episode. Weiss. I like that. The mesquite doesn't Miskito Coast. All right, And we have a something on Netflix of war. If you like horror things heard and seen. Yes. Amanda Sife ret stars in this This is and you know, recent Emmy or Oscar nominee for Mink, and she is a woman. Who lives in New York City. They move upstate New York to the Hudson River Valley words beautiful but also very, very hunted, and they move into a house that may or may not be haunted. I had her in my fantasy thing. She's 7/7 round, but you're sent to exile in third. I don't want to know where you had her curious Kira Sedgwick. Anyway, Um All right, if you like the horror stuff and you got to Sprinkle those in Yeah, sure. From time to time you just ran. I'm really not. You know, I watched some of them. I just said, this is scariest thing. Ever Remember my parents talking about the old and it was made before I was born way before you were born movie called Rosemary's Baby in June. My mom thought was the scariest movie. I remember watching you going. This is stupid. Well, Amanda severed actually explain to me why she likes horror films. And it kind of made sense. It's just, you know, it's basically like going on a roller coaster. You get the fear without actually, you know, being in the situation and so some people like that, and she said for her, that's why she's she's an actor. She gets too. Do all these things, but not actually, you know, do them. So that kind of makes sense, I guess. Okay. All right. That makes sense. This is something that I didn't get into the Handmaid's tale. But women love this show. Why Not just women Everybody loves this was just a chick show. It's not it is. It is the darkest and most brutal show on television, which is, you know, not necessarily what you would classify a chick show. It's been two years since the last season. So you know, that was season three this season for now, and it returns and it is justice. Dark as ever actually think you'd really like this. Check it out, then excited. I was just thinking it was that period weirdness stuff, but no, no, no, It's about a there. America. And then there's some. Something happens. There's a war and this one faction splits off and it zips the country into two and now this one is now called Gilli ad. And it's this really weird, post apocalyptic kind of very religious society that has taken over parts of the United States where they basically torture women. So okay. All right. It's really die. Women like this super dark men should like this. No women should watch out you. Uh, yeah, well, sure, that's not happening. People are people they can watch. Whatever the people are. People left very gender specific. You know, you watch what you like. Right? Yeah, That's what I'm saying to you. That's what else you got. It's not where you're saying That's exactly what I'm saying. No, You said it to me said it to yourself. Now. I'm saying this. What else is there? Is anything else that I need to watch this weekend for you without remorse might be up your alley. This is a Jack Ryan thing. Tom Clancy. Jack Ryan Spin off. It was going to be a movie from Paramount. I mean, still is a movie, but they sold it to Amazon. It was gonna be in theaters, but that's not in theaters right now. So the new Jack is clearly son, Harrison Ford because he need a walker to get for what one for one. Did you see him at the Oscars? By the way? No. Yeah, yeah. Yeah, He had a really great moment. But a lot of people were or making fun of him. But talking about how slow he was speaking. You know why I didn't see him at the Oscars. Because you were watching the NFL. You're preparing for the end of it because I was like the rest of the country. Don't give a damn fine. Michael B. Jordan stars in this new without remorse. Jack Ryan's been off. All right. Cool..
"amanda sife" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Life was a little boy. That was a movie. How was the movie? My big fat movie review? Welcome back, And this is gonna be a big old movie review. Jason and Alexis. Sit in the morning. Don McLean basically watched every Oscar nominated movies, so we're gonna talk about that. Don take it away. Where do you wherever you want to start? Well, I didn't watch all of them. I watch Nomad land pieces of a woman promising young woman. United States versus Billy. Holiday sound of metal and manque, blacks. Nice works. Yeah, it sounds like she basically watched all of them. Z e didn't want to do this in the Black Messiah. The father Ma Rainey's Black bottom. Orman, Ari here, right? You're okay. So let me tell you watch more than us. How about that? Okay. I tried to cram three in this last weekend s O. I want to start with I'll start with the worst about this. Okay, dude, I love that. I thought I was gonna love this because I'm obsessed with Orson Welles. I've read a couple of books on him. Um And I thought I was gonna love manque. Oh, I turned it off halfway through. You heard what we were. What did you Phil Jones did too. And, you know, I never agree with him. But I'm paid researcher Phil Jones turned it off. Oh, my gosh. I felt like I had to do all this research. Just like Phil during the movie. I was like, Oh, my gosh. Who is that? How many books did Upton Sinclair. Why is this? Who is this person in? Hollywood history, Okay, And then I was trying to connect them to Manc was writing about all of these in in Citizen Kane. He cast basically all the big studio people in the movie as other characters like Louis B. Mayer and things like that. But then I just felt like I had to do too much research. I will say that it is a beautiful movie. Assed. Far as like. Cinematography goes, Oh my gosh, You can't even believe that It's not an old movie. Gary Oldman is amazing, but I got bored, and I was like All right? Uh, Amanda Sife ret does not need to be nominated as best supporting actress. There's so many other people in these other movies that deserve that. So I turned it off halfway through. Oh, okay. So now I'm going to go on to, um, I think Oh, gosh. I mean, between between pieces of a woman and this movie were my favorite United States vs Billie Holiday is fan tastic. Really? Andra day? Let me just play you a clip If you don't know what she's this is her voice, not Billie Holiday..
"amanda sife" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"A big old movie review. Jason and Alexis sit in the morning. Don McLean Basically watched every Oscar nominated movies so we're going to talk about that. Don take it away. Where do you wherever you want to start? Well, I didn't watch all of them. I watch Nomad land pieces of a woman promising young woman. United States vs Billie Holiday Sound of metal and manque. Lacks nice works. Yeah, it sounds like she basically watched all of them back. E didn't want to do this in the Black Messiah. The father Ma Rainey's Black bottom. Orman, Ari here, right? You're okay. So you watch more than us. How about that? Okay. Tried to cram three in this last weekend s O. I want to start with I'll start with the worst about this. Okay, Let's do it. I love that. I thought I was gonna love this because I'm obsessed with Orson Welles. I've read a couple of books on him. Um and I thought I was gonna love manque. Oh, I turned it off halfway through. You heard what we were. What did you Phil Jones did too. And, you know, I never agree with him. But I'm paid researcher Phil Jones turned it off. Oh, my gosh. I felt like I had to do all this research. Just like Phil during the movie. I was like, Oh, my gosh. Who is that? How many books did Upton Sinclair. Why is this? Who is this person in? Hollywood history, Okay, And then I was trying to connect them to Manc was writing about all of these in in Citizen Kane. He cast basically all the big studio people in the movie as other characters like Louis B. Mayer and things like that. But then I just felt like I had to do too much research. I will say that it is a beautiful movie. A spa. Ra's like cinematography goes, Oh my gosh, You can't even believe that it's not an old movie. Gary Oldman is amazing, but I got bored, and I was like All right? Uh, Amanda Sife ret does not need to be nominated as best supporting actress. There's so many other people in these other movies that deserve that. So I turned it off halfway through. Oh, okay. So now I'm going to go on to, um, I think Oh, gosh. I mean, between between pieces of a woman and this movie were my favorite United States vs Billie Holiday is fan tastic. Really? Andra day? Let me just play you a clip If you don't know what she's this is her voice, not Billie Holiday..
"amanda sife" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Know what that was announced. I watched no man, man. Oh, okay. Yeah, because I was trying to remember during Nomad land if they all did that together by a campfire, and I just didn't remember so Uh, it was just in my talkers. We talked a little bit more about the Oscars as well. General thoughts in our six o'clock hour. We encourage you to listen to that, Donald that podcast little bit later. Okay, let's just go round Robin. Let's break it down like this. What do you think, was the biggest hurdle? The biggest problem with what they did with the production with the show? What was your biggest beef? Lex? A couple things first is that it was not fun at all. Where was the fun? When they finally went out into the audience, and Glenn Close did the but but that was toward the end of the show. And they also had to bleep out cuss words. So that was another thing that was the most entertaining thing. That I can think of. And there were some good speeches. Mia Neil, who won for Ma Rainey's black bottom, she won for hair and makeup that was really touching and beautiful. And her gown was one of the best that Oh, my gosh, beautiful with the over exaggerated collar and the beautiful pearls going down in that royal purple up. Fashion one big time last night. But also why wouldn't they show any clips of the film any any kind of images of here's what the makeup looks like. Here is what the The fashion choices that they made. It just seemed like that was a big loss and taking the pictures of the people just sitting in their little half circle chairs and tables there. Just looking all awkward and weird, and they look super bored, didn't they? Yeah, I kind of want to be here. What are we doing a severe lack of energy sitting in those Culver's diner booths, at least pass out some milkshakes or something. I mean anything browns or something done. Mine is no walk off music. Made. The speech is very long. I mean, within the first hour, we had only given away like four awards. I was like this is a nightmare on then, no movie clips. It Z about movies and you didn't add any movie clips. Like the only ones that we saw were for. I believe best picture and then some four documentary, but, gosh, I just thought it was such a shame like a lot of people haven't seen All of these movies because of the pandemic, and, you know, I debated whether or not to spend $20 to watch Minnery and I should have, because the person that one for best supporting actress was the best part of the show. She got it there, and she was so cute and hilarious. Brad Pitt, you know Introduced her. Um And then the third thing was, Can we have somebody help him up the stairs because there was a set of stairs on the site, But they chose to take this big step on this partition of the stage and people tripped. I'm like Have somebody please guide them to the stairs that air two ft away. You know what I mean? I mean, that should have been a big problem. But every time I clench my butt cheeks, that was an issue with the Grammys, too. Yeah. Um, you know, mine is just very simple. I had no problem. I actually found it wonderful that a lot of quote unquote. Smaller films were celebrated last night. I have no beef. I said this to a couple people because I was pretty active on Twitter last night. And I was talking to people. My argument. I'm not my my argument. My beef isn't with the nominees or even the winners there a few winners, but that's no one's ever happy with all the winners. My my beef is pretty simple, but very blunt on guy, and it was actually a response to our buddy Stephanie March. I'll read her tweet that I have a kind of a rebuttal to that. I think Steph represents A chunk of the audience and I think my feelings kind of represent the others, Steph wrote. I know I'm not in the Twitter cool kids can't but I quite like this version of the Oscars, where we care about words and speeches and storytelling and the people who make the pretty things. And and and Paul from Paul's movie trips that something similar of like he felt this was a color like a collection of artists. I don't meet. You know, I do. I'm gonna be blunt. That's not a show. That's not a show that the majority of television viewers want to see. I agree with March and I agree with Paul I without the behind the scenes, folks in the quote unquote boring awards, we wouldn't have movies. I don't. I think they should be celebrated. But my goodness you two things have to work. If you're going to do that, two things have to work simultaneously celebrate these folks. But the celebration the Oscars has to work as a television program and what I mean by that is it has to be entertaining. Fundamentally, it has to be entertaining. If you're going to have it on a broadcast network if you're going to put it on TV and prime time and make it a show. Show. I'm sorry. I'm I'm sorry, but I'm not sorry. The vast majority of the audience doesn't care about Rita. The costume designers back story I did at first, and then I got bored. But my myself representative. It's the way they presented it, and my feeling is I'll be out differ a little bit on that. I care about Rita, but I care about read his work. The work should sell it If we are staying if we are celebrating reader and I'm pulling this name out of the air if we're celebrating read of the caution designer shouldn't her work speak for her for itself for the movie that she wants for show it show me read his work. I know a fence. I mean this respectfully I don't care that Rita started out. Helping to sew the costumes for Mars attacks. I really don't and I don't think the television viewer cares either. What the tell make us fall in love with Rita by showing us her work, and they did not do that. And to me, that was a lost opportunity. How easy is that? Even if it's the sketches, here's the rendering of what their idea and then here's the fruition. Beautiful. And then then that's real artistry there because you're really seeing it. Or maybe they could have combined those two things. And while you're showing the costumes say Rita used to work on Sesame Street, making puppets and then you go on, and then you see you know her work on bank. I mean, just butt in on T connect or to jump on you guys. Edited down. I don't need a 15 minute bio on Reed of the costume director Don. That's a great idea. You know, Here's the work. Rita started out at 20th Century Fox in 1998, and Here she is, Boom. It's two sentences. Brevity. Brevity. Coffee for Aaron Sorkin moving on moving on. You got it felt longer because it wasn't entertainer. It wasn't presented in a fun way or entertaining way. All. It probably was just 23 sentences tops simple sentences, but it felt like It was a mountain We were climbing and the truth of the matter is people wanted. I mean, we could break it down, and I'm sure the girls are going to say this at 3 to 6. Let's break it down even more harshly. It's the Oscars. You know what people want to see. People want to see Viola Davis. People want to see Brad Pitt. People want to see. Uh, you know, a trick. People want to see Tyler Perry. People want to see Julia Roberts. I'm sorry. It's They want to see the glamour. They want to see the razzle dazzle. There was no razzle, no dazzle musical performances. They were that was all put to the pre show kind of like to that, but Mm hmm. Well, the pre show here's Here's You know what they didn't show. I didn't either, but they put all of the musical numbers in the pre show. Here's what you do if you if you want to do back stories and try to get people to care more about the quote unquote boring awards. Do biographies in the pre show. They're awful anyway. That red carpet pre show is just a box of crap. No matter who does it, no matter who produces it. It Z. They're horrible Put the bios put great put long, great pieces about about the behind the scenes in the pre show, so that way when we get to the Oscars We know a little bit of autumn. Don't keep it within three hours to don't I tried to watch some. Oh, yeah. I tried to watch some of the performances and then I clicked over to eat because I wanted to see the fashion. Yeah. If the fashion last night was pretty spectacular, mean gorgeous. Bad did Amanda Sife Fred wannabe up on stage in that red dress and Carey Mulligan? She was like a big bell. I mean, old like, Oh, no, They didn't make it up there. No, they didn't. They didn't. I'm sure Elizabeth reasons could have some or coming up next in the dirt. Alert my talk one. Oh, 71. It's don McLean for Livia Weight control centers. Losing weight is not easy. 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"amanda sife" Discussed on KCRW
"Our news. I'm Laxmi, saying the bite administration's racing to find temporary shelters for unaccompanied minors who are among a rising influx of migrants crossing the southwest border. A document from the Department of Homeland Security shows that as of yesterday, more than 4000 migrant Children were in U. S custody. It also reveals that they're spending An average of 117 hours in government facilities, a limit the 72 hours under U. S law. Homeland Security Secretary Alla Hydra New York A says unaccompanied minors air being house until they could be placed with relatives or sponsors in the U. S. We are building the capacity to address the needs of those Children when they arrive, But we are also in critically sending an important message that now is not the time to come to the border. Florida Congressman Carlos Jimenez is among the Republicans who say President Biden created a crisis by reversing trump air restrictions on immigration. That's very troubling think that the policies that The by an administration has articulated now is is giving a green light. Or or migrants to try to make this crossing upon taking office. President Biden began rolling back certain Trump era immigration policies, including one that forced migrants to wait indefinitely in Mexico while the U. S process their asylum request. His critics say Biden fail to plan for the chaos and migrant border crossings, which the administration acknowledges is on pace to reaching its highest levels in 20 years. An investigator working with the World Health Organization says the cove in 19 pandemic likely originated at a wildlife farm in southern China. NPR's Michael into clef reports. Investigator says there's evidence animals from the farm triggered an initial outbreak in Wuhan. Farming. Exotic wildlife has been a huge business in southern China, employing 14 million people. Peter Dash is a disease Ecologist at the nonprofit ICO Health Alliance and a member of W. Joe's team investigating the origin of the cove in 19 pandemic. He says that last year in February, the Chinese government suddenly shut down these farms, sending a strong signal that they thought the farms were the source of the Corona virus. I do think that sauce Coby too. First got into people in in South China. It's looking that way. Dash back says the new evidence to support this idea will be in an upcoming W. H o report. My clean Do Clough NPR News. China's rolling out its fifth covert 19 vaccine, it says the latest was approved for use in his breakfast on earlier this month, but little is publicly known about the vaccine safety or efficacy. China's most recent vaccine reportedly is given in three doses one month apart. China's expanding its footprint in covert vaccine development, while also extending its military and economic influence on the global stage, prompting the U. S. Shore up ties with its allies, most recently in the Indo Pacific region to counter China's influence. The Dow is down more than 100 points. This is NPR knees. Support for NPR News comes from Fidelity Wealth Management, helping clients develop investing strategies for tax efficiency. Maura at fidelity dot com slash wealth. Investment minimums Apply Fidelity Brokerage Services LLC. KCRW sponsors include Netflix, presenting bank now nominated for 10 Oscar awards, including Best Picture, Best director, Best actor Gary Oldman, and Best supporting actress Amanda Sife, ret. Mink is also d G, A nominated for director David Fincher Awards Olive Excuse me awards eligible tune into some of Kcrw's best work on.
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"Will lead the parade of Oscar contenders and Hollywood's 93rd Academy Awards. NPR's Bob Mondello has more Hollywood loves a Hollywood story, and this year it's embracing one about the man who wrote Citizen Kane. Call me Mac Mac. Thank thanks, mate. Thanks is Harmon Mankowitz. But where to call him Manc Black and white Netflix production, which did not play in movie theaters. Thanks to a pandemic dispensation this year from the academy, Manc received 10 nominations, including Best Picture, Best original screenplay. Best actor Gary Oldman, Best supporting actress Amanda Sife, Ret and best director, David Fincher. It's followed in the best picture category by six films with six nominations each Judas in the Black Messiah, The Father, Minotti, Nomad Land, The Sound of Metal and the Trial of the Chicago Seven and one with five nominations, promising young woman The Oscars will be handed out on April 25th Bob Mondello NPR news The NASDAQ composite
"amanda sife" Discussed on WBEZ Chicago
"Me Mad. Back. Bank Bank Bank thinks is Harmon Mankowitz, where to call him make a black and white Netflix production, which did not play in movie theaters. Thanks to a pandemic dispensation this year from the academy, Manc received 10 nominations, including Best Picture. Best Original Screenplay. Best actor Gary Oldman. Best supporting actress Amanda Sife, ret. And best director David Fincher. It's followed in the best picture category by six films with six nominations each Judas and the Black Messiah. The Father, Minotti, Nomad Land, Theseus, and of Metal and the Trial of the Chicago Seven and one With five nominations. Promising young woman the Oscars will be handed out on April. 25th Bob Mondello. NPR News Vatican ruled today at the Catholic Church cannot bless same sex unions because they are deemed illicit. NPR's Sylvia Petrolia reports, ruling language added, is not intended to be unjust discrimination, the ruling states that it is not lawful to impart a blessing on relationships or partnerships even stable that involves sexual activity outside of marriage, which the Vatican deems solely as the indissoluble union of a man and a woman. Therefore, the document added, the blessing of homosexual unions cannot be considered licit. The Vatican's doctrinal watchdog, the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith, issued the ruling and said it was approved by Pope Francis. The two page document, published in seven languages, is in response to questions and moves to bestow such blessings as a means to welcome gay Catholics into the church, despite its ban on same sex marriage. The ruling concluded by saying, God cannot bless in. Sylvia Poggioli. NPR NEWS Rome This is NPR. 33 degrees at 10 04. Good morning. I'm Susie on infra Lisa La Bas with WBC news. Some 1200 people were vaccinated in Chicago's Austin community in a single day yesterday, WB Easy's Linda Lutton was there. The pop up vaccination site at a local school was open to anyone in the Austin area. Great Glaspie is 23 came with his parents. He said he hopes he can get back to the gym This way. Way open. I just scared to go. 40 year old Maria Lopez got her first shot to her black club president told her about this the whole now Lopez says Four people on her block have died of Cove ID. These grassroots sites are meant to target the hardest hit neighborhoods. Angelique Richard is with rush, which set up the makeshift clinic. It is really going to the communities, making.
"amanda sife" Discussed on KCRW
"This is Carmen Mankowitz, but where to call him Manc Black and white Netflix production, which did not play in movie theaters. Thanks to our pandemic dispensation this year from the academy, Manc received 10 nominations, including Best Picture. Best original screenplay. Best actor Gary Oldman, Best supporting actress Amanda Sife, Ret and Best director, David Fincher. It's followed in the best picture category by six films with six nominations each Judas in the Black Messiah, The Father, Minotti, Nomad Land, Theseus, and of Metal and the Trial of the Chicago seven and one With five nominations. Promising young woman the Oscars will be handed out on April. 25th Bob Mondello. NPR News Vatican ruled today that the Catholic Church cannot bless same sex unions because they are deemed illicit. NPR's Sylvia Petrolia reports, ruling language added, is not intended to be unjust discrimination, the ruling states that it is not lawful to impart a blessing on relationships or partnerships even stable that involves sexual activity outside of marriage, which the Vatican deems solely as the indissoluble union of a man and a woman. Therefore, the document added, the blessing of homosexual unions cannot be considered licit. The Vatican's doctrinal watchdog, the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith, issued the ruling and said it was approved by Pope Francis. The two page document, published in seven languages, is in response to questions and moves to bestow such blessings as a means to welcome gay Catholics into the church, despite its ban on same sex marriage. The ruling concluded by saying, God cannot bless.
"amanda sife" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Make a black and white Netflix production, which did not play in movie theaters, thanks to a pandemic dispensation this year from the academy. Bank received 10 nominations, including best picture. Best original screenplay. Best actor Gary Oldman, Best supporting actress Amanda Sife, Ret and Best director David Fincher. It's followed in the best picture category by six films with six nominations each Judas and the Black Messiah. The Father, Minotti, Nomad Land Thesis, ound of Metal and the Trial of the Chicago Seven. And one with five nominations. Promising young woman. The Oscars will be handed out on April 25th Bob Mondello. NPR News Vatican ruled today that the Catholic Church cannot bless same sex unions because they are deemed illicit. NPR's Sylvia Poggioli. Reports, ruling language added, is not intended to be unjust discrimination ruling states that it is not lawful to impart a blessing on relationships or partnerships even stable that involves sexual activity outside of marriage, which the Vatican deems solely as the indissoluble union of a man and a woman. Therefore, the document added, the blessing of homosexual unions cannot be considered licit. The Vatican's doctrinal watchdog, the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith, issued the ruling and said it was approved by Pope Francis. To page document, published in seven languages is in response to questions and moves to bestow such blessings as a means to welcome gay Catholics into the church, despite its ban on same sex marriage. The ruling concluded by saying, God cannot bless in. Sylvia Poggioli. NPR NEWS Rome This is NPR. My from KQED news. I'm Brian what hundreds of covert 19 cases were quietly reported at Tesla's Fremont plant last year. That's according to a newly released data obtained by the legal Transparency Website. Plain Sight KQED S Holly Jamot deed has more Tesla's CEO Elon Musk, reopened the electric car plant in May in defiance of Alameda Counties Cove in 19 health orders which mandated widespread closures. The data shows the left her car maker reported about 450 Cove in 19 cases to public health officials from May to December. Tesla did not respond to requests for comment. I'm hiding indeed. KQED news Local arts groups have purchased decades old memorabilia from San Francisco is now closed. Cliff House Here's KQED is Joe Fitzgerald Rodriguez. The owners of 150 year old restaurant announces closure last December and starting an auction for their historic memorabilia. The collection includes Italian porcelain sculptures from Sutro baths, decades old Cliff House, restaurant menus and Children. Statues from the old amusement park play land at the beach. Local historians sprinted to raise more than $150,000. To save more than 60 items. Western neighborhood projects director Nicole Meld all we have cried more than once. I cannot emphasize enough how exhausted we are, how excited we are and how much we look forward to the next phase of making sure, San Francisco concede these pieces on display for a long time. The group is planning its first ever museum site to display the collection. I'm Joe Fitzgerald Rodriguez take you the news coming up.
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"Shot and killed three Afghan journalists Yesterday. All three women work to the TV station assassins have targeted other journalists and human rights activists. So why NPR's d idea is in Islamabad. She's covered Afghanistan for years. Good morning. Good morning, ST. All right. Suppose I should say good afternoon to you on your side of the world. What happened? Well, this happened in the eastern city of Jalalabad and these women were shot dead as they left work. Two of the women were killed together and the third was separately hunted down. No. One of the women was shot Naz for he me She was just 21. I managed to find her brother. How do women hate me? He lives in Canada. And he says Shana's fought to get an education and toe work should be opposed by conservative relatives and Even the broader community around her, but that her parents backed her up. They supported her cause because she was the one fighting for a change. Now Isis says they killed China's and the other women because they work for a pro government outlet. They'll likely also killed because they were women working in public, and that's something widely disapproved off in conservative parts of Afghanistan. Has Isis been responsible for other attacks like this? Yeah. In December. They in fact killed a female presenter. Malala may want who worked at the same station. But most of these killings nobody's claimed responsibility for them. And that's causing so much for an anxiety and it's worth thinking about who's being killed here. These are people who can influence society people like media workers, human rights activists. Even judicial workers and clerics. Just this morning, a religious leader was killed in Kabul. And This is you know, I said, it spread fear. But what does that mean? It means people are shutting up. They're staying home. They're trying to leave the country and that means that local communities and even the international community. Is less likely to know what's happening across Afghanistan. The
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"With actor Amanda Sife ret about her career and her role in bank about the making of the film Citizen Kane that's coming up today at noon here on W N. Y c. 33 degrees now in Central Park. We're expecting sunshine today with a high near 50 this afternoon. Tonight we drop down to 37 degrees with partly cloudy skies and then tomorrow we're staying in the upper thirties that during the day mostly sunny, breezy as well gusts up 28 MPH. Support for NPR comes from member stations and from ex chair introducing the ex HMT Heated massage work chair. Ah, Home office chair with Heat, a massage therapy, plus de VL support and 10 ergonomic adjustments and ex chair dot com. Your part time controller specializing in nonprofit, accounting and committed to helping nonprofits during this crisis by supporting them remotely with their U. S based accounting staff more at Y P T C, calm and progressive insurance committed to protecting cars and drivers, whether on the open road or having a driveway moment while listening to NPR. Learn more at progressive dot com or 1 800 progressive. It's morning edition from NPR News. I'm Noel King, and I'm Steve Inskeep. Someone shot and killed three Afghan journalists Yesterday. All three women work to the TV station assassins have targeted other journalists and human rights activists. So why NPR's d idea is in Islamabad. She's covered Afghanistan for years. Good morning. Good morning, ST. All right. Suppose I should say good afternoon to you on your side of the world. What happened? Well, this happened in the eastern city of Jalalabad and these women were shot dead as they left work. Two of the women were killed together and the third was separately hunted down. No. One of the women was shot Naz for he me She was just 21. I managed to find her brother. How do women hate me? He lives in Canada. And he says Shana's fought to get an education and toe work should be opposed by conservative relatives and Even the broader community around her, but that her parents backed her up. They supported her cause because she was the one fighting for a change. Now Isis says they killed China's and the other women because they work for a pro government outlet. They'll likely also killed because they were women working in public, and that's something widely disapproved off.
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"Oldman and supporting actress Amanda Sife, ret. It is 5 18 here at KCRW on this Friday. My name is Matt Dillon. Happy to have your company as we make our way into the evening together has been a beautiful day. Looks like it should be a very nice night as well. Here is what's coming up on the program in about 20 minutes or so on all things considered. Obesity now qualifies some patients for a covert 19 vaccine in some select states. Up ahead. Ari Shapiro is going to be talking with writer M inspector on why people should get the vaccine, though being my is somewhat faulty indicator of health, the travails of being my but the efficacy of vaccines going of all the way there that story coming up in about 20 minutes. Stay with us for that. Take a look now at your drive out there currently in Westwood on the four or five north at the one No one. We have reports of a disabled vehicle blocking the left lane. Your stop and go from about Skirball. At least l. A interchange, one of one South bound This this juncture, it looks like south, one of one south at First Street who crashed there is blocking a center lane. And in Compton on the one Oh five eastbound at the 1 10. We have a crash in the to center lanes. Two lanes out of commission at this incident in Compton, you are backed up from Hawthorne Boulevard. Those guys across southern California for the rest of your Friday tonight for downtown L a clear and a light breeze overnight lows in the upper forties. Support for NPR comes from the William and Flora Hewlett Foundation, committed to supporting ideas and institutions to advance education.
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"Motion picture drama director David Fincher, actor Gary Oldman and supporting actress Amanda Sife, ret. 3 19 here a KCRW. Thanks for joining us, for all things considered on this Wednesday, Hump day coming up on the program policing their own. We're going to check in on a homegrown operation in Prince Edward Island, Canada, and that's where people have been sending cards to their old addresses to let the current tenants no. If the rent has been raised illegally. Also coming up is more Texans get their water restored fall out from the mass blackout continues. It was barely just two weeks ago that a cold snap crippled the state. You may remember images of people warming themselves by their barbecues. Well, there have been resignations from the company that oversees the power grid lawmakers opening their investigation tomorrow of Maura on the nature of some of the questions they'll be asking. And later on in the program, Nuclear power is potentially dangerous, and so is sending humans to Mars. But some researchers think a nuclear powered rocket might be the best way to travel to the red planet. And if you're thinking about going, you're gonna find out why. Coming up on the program to let's take a quick check of your road, starting in Carson in the South, bound for five at Main Street, got a crash in the carpool and left lane of traffic slow from the 91 around our teacher Boulevard Hawaiian Gardens North bound 65, this one of Carson's streak under earlier stall, It's been cleared from lanes, but traffic still stop and go coming away from Catella Avenue. Ended Westwood. This one is the south down four or five at Sunset Boulevard, always a popular spot. Look out for a ladder that's in the car pooling to keep those ladders on your vehicles, folks. It's 3 20. From NPR news. This.
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"Makes clear is that when large numbers of people don't have insurance or savings after a disaster, the effects can ripple through a community. That's exactly what happened in Rainelle after the 2016 flood. Pastor Aaron Trig was getting calls late at night from his congregants. The way I could say it is they were hopeless. Because they are a lot of people in the rain. L we're poor. They didn't have insurance. They didn't have any way to have any backup plan, he says. A lot of people left town, Trig stuck around for a few years before he, too moved away for a new job. A lot of homes were never rebuilt. Today. Entire blocks of Main Street are empty of businesses. John Y. It is a city councilman and a pastor and musician. Flood survivor and the owner of a music store in Reno. He's also running for mayor and like any good mayoral candidate, he's a booster for his town were modified Appalachian community And, uh, And we have a lot to offer. For example, he'd like to see right now hosts an Appalachian Music festival. There are some barriers, the only motel in town has been closed since the flood nearly five years ago. But why? It has a vision of renal as a tourist destination. Maybe if the water cooperates. We ever have another flood like that. I can't see. I didn't really cannot see our count Surviving. I mean it just He trails off and picks up his guitar. Why its own flood insurance recently got too expensive, He says he dropped the policy. Rebecca Herscher NPR news It's off Mount er, so much more the words and no D It's US soul of the melody echoes off. This is NPR news. It's 6 19 on KCRW. KCRW. Sponsors include Netflix, presenting bank now nominated for six Golden Globe awards, including best motion picture drama director David Fincher, actor Gary Oldman and supporting actress Amanda Sife, ret. Some Texans who managed keep the power on during last week's storm are now getting hit with Sky High Electric bills is the result of a deregulated industry that let's power companies charge variable rates. You'll get the details coming up. On Wednesday. February 24th So CLO Public Square Presents Has California ended mass incarceration with the California Wellness Foundation and you see centers Sacramento, UC Berkeley public policy professor Steven Raphael and the Marshall Project's Abbie VanSickle visits Okelo to examine criminal justice.
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"David Fincher, actor Gary Oldman and supporting actress Amanda Sife, ret. Live from NPR news. I'm Janine Herbst after many Texans got huge electric bills after last week's Winter Storm, Texas Governor Greg Abbott today says the Texas Utilities Commission for now will stop sending out bills and there will be a moratorium on disconnects for non payment. Meanwhile, as Texas thaws out states water utilities are slowly coming back online. But it's Texas Public Radio's Jerry Clayton reports. Millions are still without regular water service. Portions of major Texas cities, including Dallas, Houston and San Antonio, have restored some water service. Yet millions of people across the state are still under boil Water notifications. Many of those are expected to be resented early this week in San Antonio. As of Sunday afternoon, more than 90% of water Service had been restored, but about half the city was still under a boil. Water notice. Municipalities. In many cases, they're waiting for the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality to test water supplies. City and county governments, along with many nonprofit organizations continue to hand out water to residents across the state. I'm Jerry Clayton and San Antonio. President Biden's nearly $2 trillion coronavirus relief package goes before Congress this week as NPR's Barbra's front reports. Democrats hoped to include a minute include a minimum wage increase to $15 an hour Democratic congresswoman, Pramila Gioia Paul told CNN. She believes the fight to increase the minimum wage is a fight worth having if we're going to be real About tackling racial inequity economic inequity,.
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"Picture drama director David Fincher, actor Gary Oldman and supporting actress Amanda Sife, ret. This is weekend edition from NPR News. I've got Simon. On the question of whether it shall be in order. Considering debate under the rules of people of impeachment in emotion to subpoena witnesses, your document The motion is agreed to by vote of 55. 45 And Senator Patrick Leahy president Pro TEM Pary of the Senate, announcing in a surprise move the Senate Will subpoena witnesses and documents in the trial of former President Trump for inciting an insurrection of the capital. On January 65 Republican senators voted with Democrats Senator Susan Collins of Maine, Lisa Murkowski of Alaska, Mitt Romney in Utah. Incense of Nebraska and Lindsey Graham of South Carolina changed his vote to Yes, he initially had voted No. There appeared to be some confusion during the vote, and it's unclear how many witnesses there might be how long the process will take. Oh, boy, Do we need NPR? Congressional correspondent Kelsey Snell to talk us through this, Kelsey. Thanks so much for being with us. Of course. Good morning. Walker's through what happened the direction the trial seemed to change overnight. Yeah, it looked like they were headed for no witnesses at all. There was really intense pressure for this trial to wrap up quickly and wrap up today. But things really started to change. Based on the answer from Trump's attorneys yesterday to one of the questions that was repeated several times, Democrats and Republicans kept asking. What did President No? The President Trump know? And when did he know it during the attack on the Capitol, and this is how one of his attorneys Michael Van, Vivien, answered that question. At No point was the president informed the vice president was in any danger because the house rushed through this impeachment in seven days with no evidence there's nothing at all in the record on this point. Because the house failed to do even a minimum amount of due diligence. So they punted the question back to the House managers, but their characterization there has been directly disputed by sent Senator Tommy Tuberville of Alabama. He told reporters that he told Trump on a call during the attack. That Pence was being taken away and that there were chance of hang Mike Pence airing on TV while this was all happening. Then House Republican Jamie Herrera Butler, who voted for impeachment, put out a statement late last night, recounting a call between House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy and former president Trump where McCarthy was demanding in the midst of the insurrection that Trump help. But Trump responded. Well, Kevin, I guess these people are more upset about the election than you were now that caused a growing drumbeat of calls for the managers to request witnesses, which is what they did this morning. And that motion passed 55 to 45. We mentioned the Republicans who voted to call witnesses, Lindsey Graham changes wrote. He seems to have a different motive than the others. Yes. So the first forward unsurprising Collins, Murkowski, Sassen, Romney all voted. For the trial, saying that it was constitutional earlier in this week, But Graham seems to have voted yes, for other reasons. He tweeted earlier today that and this is a quote. If you want to delay it will be a long one with many, many witnesses, So it's unclear now what he means by that. How many witnesses? How would he a structure delay and we're very unclear on how things are going to proceed. And this has happened just after the Senate minority leader Mitch McConnell apparently told colleagues he would vote to acquit. Of significance of that well, he had been keeping his vote close to the vest, and he had said early on that any vote on this would be a vote of conscience and you know it's up. Democrats think that witnesses could fundamentally change the votes of even some senators who seem to have made up their minds. Republicans want to call witnesses of their own, though, and you know that could be they could counter some of the claims that Democrats hoped to make with witnesses. So are there. There are risks to both sides one way or another. Aren't there? Yeah, As I said, we don't know who would testify. Texas Senator John Cornyn tweeted a warning that this could drag on indefinitely and has, he points out, it could hold up. Can it Cabinet nominees, coronavirus relief and a whole list of President Biden's priorities and as far as Cabinet nominees go, perhaps the most important pending position is the attorney general nominee, Merrick Garland. And your Biden is taking great pains to appear publicly to be doing other work and not engaging with the trial. But that may have to change depending upon how all of this proceeds so there are many questions and we're hoping to have them answered as quickly as possible. And to this moment doesn't from no word from president sites as to whether or not he's. He's pleased that this development we're waiting to hear. NPR's Kelsey Snell. Thanks so much for being with us. Thanks for having me. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has released new guidelines to get students back to in person learning. Strongly recommend students and teachers were masks, wash their hands and stay distanced more ventilation in classrooms and contact racing. With CDs, he says. While the vaccination of teachers is desirable, doesn't believe it's essential to begin to reopen classrooms for our series learning curve. We wanted to check in with an educator and get their reaction. Mary Ann Kim Phelps is superintendent of the Power Unified School District in San Diego. Thanks very much for being with us. Nice to be here. Thank you for inviting me first. So let me understand. Do you have any in person schooling going on? We dont were unified district So we have K 12 and we do you currently have our elementary schools open students go to school on a M P. M schedule And then we do school cleaning in between the two sections. And then we also have small groups of students coming into our middle schools in our high schools. What's your initial reaction to the CDC? The new CDC guidelines? You mean our new palette of colors that we have? So yes, they have. We should explain. They've got several colors to guess express various states of readiness and alert. Um, well here in California, we've already had our own color system tier system. So the CDC is new color palette. Um, quite honestly, it's caused some controversy. We'll explain that to us if you could please well, the color system in California that we have, as well as the CDC nearly released color coded system. Is based on the number of taste rates. Her 100,000 so right now is in California. San Diego County is in the purple tear, which does not technically allow us to reopen schools until we re resume back into a red here, But I don't think the colors exactly a lines, whereas we may be in the purple tear here that may result in being like in a orange here. Based on the CDC, new color coded system, So it's a little confusing why I'm confused, just listening to it. But the fact is that these air guidelines right around well, one of the biggest problems you haven't in reopening ventilation, distant staffing. We actually empower, Unified have done a really great job. So we do have in place. All of our p pes. We've increased regulation in our schools. We provided air filters for each classroom. We've provided Master everyone we have hand sanitizer is located in all of our schools..
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"But this is a fascinating movie about the making of one of the biggest classics of all time, Citizen Kane, and it is very, very well done. Gary Oldman is fantastic, and I think going to get an Oscar nomination for this You also have Amanda Sife Red Lily Collins as well and some other great performances by Charles Dance in a bunch of other people, So, um, it's really good. Directed by David Fincher. It's in black and white, which I know is not everybody's cup of tea. Um and each. You know the he's trying to get very creative with this. It's Ah, you know, it's a movie about a very classic. Fantastic movie. So he tries T O really amp up his game and get kind of interesting with the Hey does stuff with the sound design as well. Um which I have to say actually really bothered me. If you have. If you're watching this and you have a surround sound system, I would suggest taking the surround sound speakers off. Because there's something really weird that they do with the sound design, and it makes it really echoey and kind of distracted, man. All right, Good. Good to note. There s O make. It's about the making a citizen Kane. I totally check that out. I haven't seen Citizen Kane in years, but It's either by now I'm curious to go back and watch it again after after watching this and getting a lot of the backstory, which again is not all true, but it's since based in interest. But the film itself is manque is is it's the script is really, really good, the dialogue. It's very funny. It's very quick. On bit's fascinating. Alright, so rose, But I don't wanna spoil for you, but rose, but anyway hey, you, Jason. What else on then? Okay, so other things to watch this weekend is I'll tell you about a couple theories that are coming up, but I can't really recommend them. One is Selina the series based on the popular Kahane pop star who died in the nineties and was huge. I mean, yeah, absolutely, just a huge, huge star that I think a lot of Americans didn't really know about on go. This is a story about her life. Unfortunately, given who she was and how big she wasn't how important she is to the Mexican American community. Um this serious is not does not do her justice. Uh and I can't really recommend it. It's a hand. Yeah. Yeah, I know Is that because it's really bad. Are you just being a racist? Um, yeah, both because that's always the defense is you don't like it because you're a racist. No, it's just not good. Yeah, it's just not good, And that's unfortunate. I think because, um and I read a review by very prominent Mexican American writer who said that, you know, The shame of this is that they? You know, we don't get a whole lot of stuff for for Mexican Americans like there's not a whole lot of theories that really speak to us, and here's something that's going to speak to us. And we're going to watch it because we want to watch stuff about our people. But when you give us bad stuff, and then we say it's bad, and nobody watches it. And then you don't give us anything else s. Oh, it's a real catch 22. So it wasn't the wonder woman movie with the director or so because everyone's a sexist know it just sucked. Right? Exactly. Yeah, And that's that's That's the shame of it In a nutshell. Um, also did I see Bryan Cranston has something this weekend is the next week and I really wanted to like this because I love Bryan Cranston. This Showtime. It's a kind of legal crime drama called Your Honor, in which he plays a judge in New Orleans. And, um, unfortunately, the, uh, the writing is just not good. Um, it z really kind of silly in a lot of ways. Um, and you know, love Bryan Cranston, and I love the kind of premise Where his son kind of gets in trouble, and he has to kind of help him out. And it's It's interesting the I want to see where the story goes. But man, the first episode was just the writing was It's kind of terrible, really some some episodes it takes awhile. Um, first to write like the first episode of Queen's Gambit I thought was it didn't really great me, but I'm like I heard it was so good today and buy a second episode. You're hooked, you know? Yeah. Yeah, well and that Z. I kind of like Selena. I watch two episodes of that. Um and And read some other reviews. And I found that it doesn't get better with your honor is pretty much the same thing. So, um, do you? What do you see? Bryan Cranston. Just keep thinking. Walter White, though. Is that the problem? No, no, no, not actually. Not at all. And I thought that might be an issue. Um, he's He does a good job. He's so distinctive is the Walter right character when you know what the hat and goatee and and everything that when he doesn't have any of that stuff, you could totally forget that that it Z He's a different character, okay, and he does a good job in this in in kind of changing his physicality to make you think that he's a different character. He's much more soft spoken. He's a very loving dad, as opposed to breaking bad where he's you know, not the best dad in the world. Well, I will say this, though I saw him in the LBJ Bio pic and he was bawling after he was great. No, He's really good at being able Tonto shift like that. Which is pretty amazing because you didn't think the guy from Malcolm in the middle. Could could do that. Jason Nathan's and in Hollywood brother, I know you gotta get run. I appreciate the time. Have a great weekend. We'll talk. Probably next week, I guess. All right. You do all right, Jason Nathan's and on the Scots alone show. You know, you brought something up there with the seismic shift in the movie industry, you know, with Warner Brothers, saying that they're going to release every movie every movie they have next year, Which is the Matrix for I think it's for you. You know me and numbers that it gets four could be 40. Godzilla King Kong Dune suicide squad. I think they have the New Sopranos movie that's coming out to based on the HBO show. That's supposed to come out on that platform next year, and I'll just be right on streaming on HBO Max, which is going to blow up movie theaters, right? And it's like stuff changes. What will you do with the movie theaters? Probably with the movie theaters will become our mega churches. You know, if your people go to traditional churches, you established religions. They're going to go to maybe some of these strip mall churches, which is great. But where you gonna the tip? Well, we'll just buy those up. Maybe maybe Crossroads goes and buys all the game season. I don't know so anyway. It's funny. How stuff like that evolved. I got this great story closer. Show this come back in a couple minutes to talk about it on day. That is the You know how a Zoe look toward zoom calls, And now everyone's burned out on that kind of stuff. Um, have the way things used its really its kind. I don't know. I have no idea how to set this up because it's just a weird little nugget that I saw, um, involving how How fast we've come when it comes to communications, how quickly things change and evolve and it kind of ties little bit in this Warner brothers saying Anyway, hang.