26 Burst results for "Anastasia"
"anastasia" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"And familiar environment And the safest and the most similar environment for any child is a school Anastasia cannavale is teaching English to four or 5 and 6 year olds in Bucharest Romania Just over a month ago she was the head teacher of the ostrovac primary school in Odessa Ukraine But when Russia began its invasion she decided to leave I have a child and I wasn't thinking about anything but my child But that changed when she arrived in Romania We came three weeks ago and it was still a horrible mess at the border so they weren't thinking about education obviously But we were And I think subconsciously we already knew we were opening a school because we brought math books I brought one sweater and the big box of my books After arriving in Bucharest Anastasia helped evacuate 40 other people from Odessa by bus There are plenty of kids who needed to go to school but nowhere to meet She started looking for help and wound up at the train station which has become a main hub for refugee assistance with translators and resources for those fleeing Ukraine We can teach And they said yeah but it's not our priority And then we it was very hard time for us We weren't stable mentally So at some point I started to yell at the station that there are a lot of children here which need our help and we can teach just give us space And a random guy from the train station set a stop yelling and scaring people You see here is the post from our major and he wrote that there will be two centers for Ukrainian refugees organized And you should go there and go away By the evening the big center for children with a lot of toys and furniture and everything was organized with the help of volunteers just random.
"anastasia" Discussed on Gloss Angeles
"But what they need to keep in mind is this, they don't take eyebrows here from your eyebrows. They take hands from the back of your hair that this follicle is completely different than our eyebrows. Our eyebrows grow no more than this. This could grow and on and on and on. So you get the implant and you have to cut it because this eyebrow grows like this one. Maybe after a few years, 5, 6 years, maybe more, kind of mutates and the hair becomes like the eyebrows in your hair follicle kind of changes. But at the beginning, if they are not in the right direction implanted, they could stick out and you have to cut them. So do your homework, where do you go to what doctor is going to do your implant and find out or they should recommend the somebody that already had the treatment and they should see if this is what they like. It's so interesting to me because I feel like this is like a trending treatment right now. I've seen so many very high profile people getting brow transplants, Gabriel zamora, who is a pretty big influencer on YouTube. He got a brow transplant last year, and it's so funny that you mentioned the brow growth because yesterday I saw a video, he has to trim his brows. I mean, not every night, but yes. Yeah, I mean, it's like he's like, I would rather though have to trim them than not have any brow hair. It's like a tradeoff, right? For sure. Again, everybody that has a need to get that absolutely, they should get it, but they should do their homework. Sometimes I had clients that they were not happy and after you go through all that, you do your homework and with the microblading the same. See somebody that had the microblading after a week and then after three months and see if this is what you want. Exactly. Well, Anastasia, we can't thank you enough. You're a joy. You're so fabulous. I just hope everybody knows. Anastasia, fabulous woman, just want to be around you because you have such great goals. Energy, everything is on just incredible..
"anastasia" Discussed on Gloss Angeles
"I expect to see a brow con kit coming out at some point. It'll happen. I see it for 2022. Okay, Anastasia. Let's do our slow burn. No, this is going to be really difficult. But if you had to pick one product, one Anastasia Beverly Hills product, what would be your favorite? Oh, that's like, I have ten kids and you ask me who is my favorite? It's hard because I mean, I am in love with all my products. I never launch a product. See if I'm not crazy in love. Me and my daughter, we work probably in pants of products, but if we are not in love, could take us one year, two years, if we are not in love at the end of those years of developing the products, we will not launch. But my favorite should be the brows. And then brow freeze and then brow pen and project. I know. It's so hard. It's so hard. That's a fair answer. Who do you think has the best brows? All my clients. I mean, I think Jennifer Lopez has a beautiful eyebrows. We'll probably in three has gorgeous eyebrow else. Kim Kardashian has a gorgeous eyebrows, everybody in the Kardashian family. I mean, Kendall Jenner. I do her eyebrows. It's gorgeous. Highly beaver. Oh, Justin Bieber, too. Gorgeous eyebrows. He's got great brows. Wow. Way to go, Justin. He's such a handsome, both of them are so beautiful. And I love them..
"anastasia" Discussed on Gloss Angeles
"So the best way to rehab is if you're lucky enough that your hair is going to grow, you know, we have an app go to App Store Anastasia Beverly Hills and we have a nap and you could keep your iPhone in front and you will see the shapes and you could try different shapes and different colors of pencils. And you find out what shape would be the best for you because based on the golden ratio, the app is going to tell you what is the best shape for you. The best answer. And you start filling them in, that shape, you could use, we have a pro pencil that is skin color, and you could hide few of the small little hairs that would grow until then. So I think you could use a serum, like the black teas, for instance, to see if your hair grows. If you tweeze your eyebrow for very long time, sometimes the hair doesn't grow, because you destroy the hair follicle and they don't grow back. And you have to basically become an artist and paint your eyebrow perfectly. That's why we created so many products for every problem that we have. Let's say you have coarse eyebrows and you have two gaps where you have a scar in your eyebrow. I created the brow pen. After you use the base, fill in with the base, then you use just hair strokes to mimic a hairstyle. Let's say you have a hair that grows down especially from the highest part towards that's why we created the brow freeze because the brow freeze controls the hair and it's so easy and doesn't move and then you see exactly where you are missing here and you feel it with the deep brow Po mod or with the brow pen or the prowess. I created products for every problem..
"anastasia" Discussed on Gloss Angeles
"Their PR person will know about it, then their agent, and the agent will start, will send another client and this is how I was the only one in Hollywood in the country. And what happened in 90 8, so one year after I opened the salon, we got to call from a problem free to do her eyebrow life. So I think to me that was my Oscar moment getting the Oscar because for 6 months we couldn't as the phone was ringing nonstop. It was amazing. It's The Oprah effect. Oh my gosh, were you nervous to do her brows live? So my daughter used to work at the front desk and she called me, she said, mom, you know, she wants you to go, I mean, Oprah was the real influencer. The most incredible person in the world. Forget it in the country. That she had the voice she was an influencer. She was incredible. I was watching her the day I came here. So she called me like, you know, in her show, she talked about how much she hates getting her eyebrows done. How about if you go there, you have to do it live and she will not like it or you know that and what we're going to do. And I thought like, wow, I worked with so many celebrity. I never get nervous because to me is how I could make the person that is in my chair where I work. It's how I could make this person to look the best. That's from the beginning and to the end. That was my goal always. After my daughter's home, I went there and I was thinking like, well, I hope she would be okay she will like it. So she was so incredible. I think celebrity. And I tell this many times when I have the interviews, people say, oh, what's celebrity is not nice, or what celebrities difficult. And I will tell you that I have never experienced anything, any reaction, any bad reaction from a celebrity. And the reason is celebrities, they try the best makeup artists the best hairstyle is the best of every body in the business. The moment you as a professional, you grab a brush and you start stroking a brush, that celebrity will know if you know what you are doing or you don't. Because they are certain movements where when you are good and you do something you do for a very long time is so natural to you. When you are nervous, you don't know what you are doing. Then it's not that easy to they are probably, they will say, well, I don't know if this person is the best to do my hair or whatever. So she was so wonderful, but I mean, the difference was incredible, but she loved that so much, not only in that show she talked how much she loves the before and after, but after I was on her show so many times or were she will be with the other celebrity and she would say, well, I recognizes this year Anastasia zagros. She was that amazing, yes. She understood how much eyebrow could change somebody's look. Totally. And I feel like she's still to this day talks about you and your products. Like I swear I saw something last year where she was like, it's Anastasia. I'm like, oh my God. You can't get a better endorsement. Oh, no. I still do her eyebrows. I mean, I still have so many celebrities that I do there eyebrows. I mean, I know Kim Kardashian as well has sung your praises. She has said that you're the reason why her brows look as.
"anastasia" Discussed on Gloss Angeles
"Know what I mean? So I started 90 one to go to the library and kind of figuring out how to fix my own eyebrow. Because this is how all started. And to see what is the perfect shape according my bone structure in my natural shape. Then once I figured that out, I felt like, oh my God, I need to share the sweet old women. I mean, we all need to have perfect eyebrows because it has such a huge impact and changes might look and of course in a good way. And it happened in slowly. I will figure out and work on this technique on how to shave the eyebrows until later and I start applying to pattern and later on I patent the whole technique. But it was very important was a slow process because it didn't exist. They were not products for eyebrows. So I started working on the eyebrow products and was not a guideline. People would tweeze their eyebrows just, I don't know. If they had a formula, you know? Yep. So my question is, and this might be stupid, so I apologize in advance. I think it's stupid, I think. No question is stupid. Thank you. Were you focused just on tweezing or were you also waxing? Like, what services were you providing for the brow experience? I would use waxing and then tweezing to perfect the shape and then I used to fill them in. So the idea of the product when I was in working in a small room was that I would mix the aloe Vera with eyeshadow and vaseline to create this puma and then the client would have perfect eyebrow when she would leave and then she would come back and say, well Anastasia you when I left your place, my eyebrow looked perfect. But after I took a shower, I still had the gaps and maybe my eyebrows were never grow or I'm waiting to grow and so I realized that I need to start a product line and this is what I did and in 98, 99, I launched the product line in my salon. So what would you say your big break was? It was there a person or was there a product that really put you on the map? So from 92 to 97, I used to work with a lot of celebrity. I was kind of the best kept secret in Hollywood. Jennifer Lopez in 1992, I used to work with Jennifer and all the supermodels and so many other beautiful, amazing celebrity that they kind of validated my work..
"anastasia" Discussed on Gloss Angeles
"Of course, I'm a product junkie, like most of us. But I have to say that there are so many brands that I love and admire and over the years I love makeup, I love nurses. I love pat McGrath, makeup by Mario. There are so many brands that I really love in support over the years, because they are amazing. What can I say? I love that. I love that you're giving flowers to other brands too. Because you are one of the top brands in every retailer that you're in. So it could be really easy just to be like, I just only use my products and that's it. But I love that you're kind of sharing the wealth. Oh, for sure. I believe that being in this industry and having other people that are so amazing, amazing creators, you constantly want to do even better. And you want to top yourself even in everybody else, bringing beautiful products. I think competition is absolutely the best thing that could happen in business in my opinion. Okay, so you were born in Romania. I was born in Romania, yes, constants on the Black Sea. Oh yes. Okay, so I'm curious just about little Anastasia like, who inspired you in terms of beauty? Do you remember the first beauty icons or maybe your first experience with the beauty product?.
"anastasia" Discussed on Gloss Angeles
"Now. It does. And I'm actually really bummed that we did not ask her. Damn, that's okay. Anastasia, soiree. This is the brow queen. If God was a woman, this is her. She like invented brow makeup. Exactly. Everyone that hopped on the brow train, it's only because she was the one that was kicking and screaming to get people to pay attention to their brows. So just a little bit about Anastasia. She is a Romanian born beauty entrepreneur. She launched her namesake brand Anastasia Beverly Hills in 1997 and the first product line launched in 2000. Can you believe that? So she's on the show today because it's her 25th anniversary. And we're very, very excited for her. But I just feel like Anastasia Beverly Hills became one of the cultural beauty brands because of YouTube, like everybody was using Anastasia Beverly Hills dip brow. The Instagram brow that was all because of Anastasia. Everyone started doing their brows a certain way because of her. Her palettes are equally as important to people. I love my Anastasia Beverly Hills palettes for sure. Her bronzer products, like contour sticks. Oh yeah, it's just wild to me though. I'm like looking here, I'm like, this brand did really start. In the early aughts, like pre YouTube, she's just a really incredible guest to have because she shares so much knowledge. You're gonna hear about her background, how she got to where she is today. The clients that she's worked on, I mean, she's gotten endorsements from literally Oprah and Kim Kardashian when it comes to getting a product endorsement like you can't get any higher than those two. It's like, okay. It's all downhill from here. Easy breezy. Like, remember when we would watch Oprah, Sarah, and she would do her favorite things, and it was like, you had got to get whatever makeup product she talked about. It was like not even an option. Yeah. And then if you were honored to have been invited to the show, your life was changed forever, like Anastasia says. I bought an origins souffle body cream for my mom for Christmas because it was on Oprah's favorite thing..
Remembering Jamaican Producer Lee 'Scratch' Perry
"In a realm where eccentrics are taken for granted. Jamaican musician Lee Scratch Perry was singular. Perry was a hugely influential producer and not just in his home genre, Reggae but in dance, music, hip hop and beyond. Perry died in Jamaica on Sunday at age 85. NPR's Anastasia Sulcus has this appreciation. Lee Perry got his nickname from a song he recorded early in his career chicken Scratch. Good. Someone like chicken scratch. He also called himself the upsetter. It was an apt description on many levels. He had a habit of having acrimonious splits with former mentors and artists he previously championed. You'll never get away from me. I am upset at Perry's own studio Black, Ark. He worked with many of Jamaica's biggest talents. Including junior Mervin, the hep tones, the Congo's and Bob Marley's band. The Whalers. Mr. Brown is a clown rides through town, even thoughtful. Black Ark. Was like a chemistry lab for Perry's sonic experiments. He was a pioneer of dub, underlining the base and adding reverb to create lots of oral space. He also sampled before most people knew the term or the technique used found sounds and even buried microphones underground to get the effect he wanted. Perry's partnership with the Whalers ended badly he secretly sold tapes they'd made with him to another label and kept the money. Years after building his fame studio, Perry reportedly burned it down. He was an impish, erratic presence, often in his later years, sporting neon colored hair and beard and fantastical
"anastasia" Discussed on The Life of A Makeup Artist
"Anastasia you the best pass quickly to amani. Thank you to lisa. Anastasia is so greedy to have you on club. How's that for. You know racing us with your presence hill raw products but eye shadow is like my. I lost my question is yeah favorite eye shadow. Y'all know what returning What's on your very first like influencer. Collaboration because i remember that pilots so vividly you could say if d'amato was first on what made you want to collide with an influence. I think you were one of the first brands to do it. And it was just his When we started in two thousand twelve we. I mean there were people that they love very few. There were professional makeup artists. But there were people that they loved the makeup they try to use it. We start sending them the makeup and i could see the the the progression off becoming really incredible artists. I mean you could look today. I have days when i go through instagram. And i and. I am amazed how incredible people are so talented. So they practice they practice and of course in two thousand twelve. If you remember the iphone didn't have a very good camera. So we discover sony six. The camera that had wifi could take the picture and download on your phone very good quality pictures and we start sending or sharing about the camera with people that were following us and the quality of their pictures and the lighting and everything became so much better and we loved her. The artists and that's amana was one that i admire so much She had She was very good. We'd hair we'd make our band and we wanted to do a pallet tweet. Her we kind of wear the first brand. That kind of had a pallet with Somebody on on social media and then we did we them reggie and make by mario but what was the was super take was the love the was the love of sharing our make up with the word and and introducing artists that they were incredible talented. I think this is what it was. Yup that said such agreed precedent. Thank you so much. Thank you money. That's a great question. I want to invite kayla. Thank you so much for. Your patients can use allies kayla. Speaking i think in Absolute pleasure as house. I would read about you remember. Ym and seventeen And you have the supermodels in the celebrities. Iran always felt really warm and accessible so even at thirteen years old. I always felt like if i were to visit the. Us could pop in your shop and you know you would do i rose and like even from you know i remember reading this a long time ago and then when you're product started selling near me i already trusted on your name and your brand so i was wondering as you started to expand and grow your brand and bringing other people in more and how did you keep that really high end. Customer experience.
Unseeded Barbora Krejcikova Wins French Open
"Tennis action today, the women's final held at the French Open in Paris and in a battle of relative unknowns. Unseated Barbara Kochetkova of the Czech Republic taking the title, defeating the 31 seed Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova in three sets. 612664 years w
"anastasia" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season
"Don't fit in when i'm in. Russia is especially after having spent so much america and california. They'll come like. I'm szuber trippy. And i just love people and you know night and culturally russia in russians. I you know there's sort of a and on like you gotta kinda work you gotta work for that love you gotta work for. That aren't just like checking off net. Now once you're in. Oh my god you're in fillets and we. You know who did jerry. And all that stuff is using oil and all that but people don't just like walker. I mean going away like it in that really natural for me so in a way i don't really didn't on certainly. When i came to america i was weird. They didn't know what to do with me. Which is understandable in the united or going on and then how many california It's funny i actually went. Sue friends giving. Is that one of my best friends from middle school. Need or a bunch of our other middle school girlfriends. We're looking around going. Well you're mexican and your spanish and you're black and you're jewish. You're foreign my god. Look at gelo running political joke right now. But i i i hear you. I totally feel you there really do. I know a lot of people the uncomfortable right now at all these different people sitting together enjoying megan sheets. who does why else in their. Yeah my guy even better. I have a name for that. it's gone. it's called america. You'd think you think that's what it is it. Yeah i seen lady liberty every once in a while around here and you know it stands for something to me. It really does. Because i'm an immigrant too. I wasn't born here. So i came not from here each funny. I'm i'm at her right now. Seen is on obama's hosting the medal of freedom ceremony. I'm crying not. I cry every time. I see him every time. I can see still. Don't yeah boy at heart. But you know we persevere and then even every i think honestly i think part of why the show is it. It really could have not been a lot of looking like this is stupid. Who cares. But i think the reason why if the canes sort of what i did is because of of the people who work on behind the scenes and on camera like everyone is really committed to this thing being good doing their best giving it their all. We're not working with a bunch of dad. Now that we're gonna make it great and if you look at our cats i mean we have a black woman you know. Leading the apocalypse the remaining free world. That's awesome yeah. I love the diversity. It's really i you know i think and again the whole reason why the show is their whole thing is hey whatever humans remain they matter figure it out. Let's just trying to hang onto. Hope not go into towel. Even though you would think that the easiest thing to do terrible lets you can't shower. There's no candy pantley like. Why are we doing doing this. Actually matters and look at how her we all are and look like. This is what it should do all sorts of crazy stuff. Because i'm gonna take care of this old guy. And i'm gonna take care of this you whatever it is equal now. right. It's great i i tell you. It's been an absolute pleasure talking to you You know. I have to admit i always had a little crush on eddie and i'm happily married. I can kinda you know. You know in the back of your mind. And i think i totally. She's the you know. I chose to me. You have good moral. You know like you know. I was really into kind of think of some horrible character on eager. And i'll say i think he's a great person for like hey if you're in nba apocalypse. And you got tom in front of you. And she's behind you covering your back. You know she's gonna do it. You know you're going to be. It's like a workout. She's pretty and she's gonna get my back. I mean that's the kind of woman you want. Zombie apocalypse right. Probably even fire off the job at some point even better. Thanks so much stage that you take care and have a nice thanksgiving happy thanksgiving have a good rest you to take care of any honest baranov. Isn't that great name. I like that is great. That's what's great about america. Is we talked during the interview. All this simulation and you have so many wonderful cultures here we all learn from other and we really shouldn't forget that you know going into two thousand seventeen that we are a melting pot. And that's what makes america strong not weak. But i'm not going to get on any soapbox. We almost did during the course of the interview. I love her. Addie gotta stay tuned till the end of the season. It looks like she's going to be kicking some serious. But if you do this conversation there many others and you can subscribe to us at i tunes. 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"anastasia" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season
"Now a few years ago. I spoke to michael welsh. You know of course you guys were involved and he was really cool about saying i said well. How do you know how to strike up a relationship and the cool thing was that he said that you both actually live together for a while and you would work on the relationship. You know that way and like read lines with each other so you really you. That's a great way to really establish a relationship You know screens really cool. It really worked out. I mean. I don't know if a lot of people would have the luxury of that. Would really he that has has alleged. That's actually what it was 'cause you know all of our professionals vertebral our stuff together so we we go to work together. You know we work all day become sort of breakdown. What happen in two enough. Because there was a they'd been together for like three years start so you know there was already a lot of contacts in. There was a lot of you know just sort of patterns as people have or you of you figure out your ribbons and stuff and you know for exams. They basically go to the apostle of together. Just now it's a real trust exercise of like. Hey you have my back o'hare have your best. Oh i can't really trust this person now Cnn getting together newly become friends and get that kind of natural Chemistry was so great. I honestly people all the time like actually cries And which is interesting if you think about again. Somebody does on the walking dead. Okay that makes sense right. Rama was in washington for a long time. Wouldn't that you know was something that he should you be that interested about committed. But i think that's the thing that like all the silly crazy stuff in terms of what we're doing is actors and how we're playing. These people were always saying the reality or the the most realistic thing that we can find. This crazy context And i think he really brought it in like view really believe i think smacking audi were kind of one of the great joys that really got my was the last time you saw me. I love a woman the way that he loves her. And that's just who. Michael wells is such a human being that you know like he didn't have to make a lot of it but yeah i think it was really really tangible. I mean that's the thing you know when you guys kill somebody off it matters. I mean when when tom edwards are net died. I was like i couldn't believe it. It was like one of those moments. Where i go i go wow i. They lost their leader here. So it's it's where we started with that. Yeah you know we picked you on. Hey halpern how does the the apocalypse what in the first episode. He's dead already. Wow what's going to happen now. You had the military guy and you know it was. It was like okay. You got the author right there and he has experienced and bang. He's now you're taken out by a zombie. What i'll tell you that. Zombie baby was really creepy. One of the weirdest thing ever honestly. I still to this day like we do that we did we did. We did the weird doggy. Eighty that would you say. That's in your top ten of the weird zombies. You've come across like moore show that specializes in. We are dominating. I don't know it was just. I can't i don't even know like animatronic. What does was is mental. You know it was the first episode. Just trying shit no. Hey it's great that you try things. I'd rather have a show tries that rather than just kinda sticks to the norm because you can easily fit into that george romero walking dead kind of mold and do that but You know you guys have kinda blazed. You're on ground a little bit. And that's what i admire about the show and there's also a z. nation comic. Hey not bad. You know. I i like read about that. I don't you have update on what's happening. What i know it's called. I know nothing i know. It's summer but i. I don't know like hammer bet about that but but i got nothing. Hopefully we'll see it but hey there's always a tv show and You know and You know the strangest thing i. It's not strange it's becoming everyday. Life is that we all watched things on our phones. And you know being on demand and everything you can like you miss a few episodes you can binge like three in a row of you want to route. I mean that's as actors. That's gotta be a little. That means more eyeballs watching you probably than ever before really i think you know And you know netflix doesn't they. Don't release any of their numbers as well. We have no idea. But are we've been doing conventions for the past couple of years and i always ask you know because we you know. We don't really do a lot of motion. We don't enjoy a lot of that stuff. Yarn says i'm always like. Hey how did you find out about this thing. And it's i would say it's like a seventy thirty thirty percent people you know they. They just love thai. And it's like oh just whatever's on side by or yeah. I really like dombi so you know. That's just an just watching that most evil. Their grandma told them about it and they found. That's like that's funny and the younger alway between solic- we this point. We have juice seasons up on their thirteen. Fifteen twenty eight. So you know you need twenty eight hours to watch. What's on that. Like people chew. Nee stu a week top what they call if you have a job it took me a week. If it was a weekend i finished. I've been a weekend. Yeah yeah. I think he know in a way in each year. And you know what doesn't ever based on like people and what. I kind of you know gauge from them when i'm at the thing he watching and whenever they want to are. Hey if you are watching. Tv that gay or if you record it on vhs. Russia week that rains. And that's how you would watching our great into o'clock in the morning you can't sleep. Let me put on asian. Yeah yeah yeah i know. Sometimes we watch it in the morning. Believe it or not. I just need a quick knee up. Let's start with something ridiculous. Hey how's that venetian it. Yeah let's watch zombie killer to this nonsense. There's more sci fi talk so stay tuned back on fi talk. I'm tony tomato. Gotta talk about this movie that you're gonna be coming in two thousand seventeen. Welcome to willard's Talk about added. Sounds interesting. It's a thriller type. It is it is i. I've been calling like an alien slasher ho nice Which is really fun. And i definitely think that like.
"anastasia" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season
"I play shape. Shifter oto on star trek deep space nine brown and i play hoyle and yesterday was a lie as well as crimen taylor on star trek enterprise. Coupla concept designer in film. I am emily hampshire. And i play jennifer going on twelve martinez five. I welcome to seifi talk as i admit. During the course of the interview. I do have a crush on. Anesthesia's baranova character vati. I just love her. I really do. It's a fan boy crush no doubt about it and i'm happily married but it's nice to have a crush wants. Isn't it interesting act. She was born in moscow but raised in california. She knew early on that she wanted to act and it actually interesting. She took singing lessons to help her english she modeled in russia and it wasn't long before she landed a role on the nbc discovery series. Here in america scout's safari and she lived in location. During that series in south africa chase appeared on television shows. Like sons of anarchy and nine. Oh two one. Oh and malcolm in the middle seventh heaven. Drake and josh. Joan of arcadia and veronica mars to. But we all know her and love her as addison. Carver in sci-fi z. nation. She'll be coming up in a film called welcome to willits due out in two thousand seventeen. Here's my conversation with beautiful. Talented actor on his dossier baranova. Congratulations on season three. so far it's been a placid here. I just fell in love with. You're right away like any girl that has your back with a cool baseball bat like that. I would go to war with her in dombi apocalypse. Anything that we you know. I mean she's just great. It's just you know you're it's a combination of the writing in your personality coming through there and really making her pretty memorable so it's fun to watch her every week. Thank you so much as she's been Gonna really fun person to kind of be for you. Know yeah absolutely absolutely seasons a lots going on You know. I mean it's and the funny thing is the the writers are not You know the craig angler. Who's one of the co creators. nearly creator He said while ago that they're not marry tanny of you guys so essentially as actors. I guess you're always looking over your back a little bit the worry about me. Are you get killed often. Never know you really never know. And that's sort of a funny thing in general is in azure like works job security like. That's something that you kind of. Don't get too attached to. And i work as you. Downlands is the way that goes but they're kind of saying like. Hey i got on a show. You know cool. No show so really have no idea that much stable the news you know what i always loved about z. Nation is like the other the other guys. They don't comment on the kills. But you guys kinda do kind of saying what the audience would say when they say you know when they find zombie underneath a car wheel or something along those lines and i love that show. It's kind of brings the audience along with you a little more am. I'm glad that you liked that. Yeah i think you know our thing from the beginning to sort of and you know what the walking dead doesn't. I'm actually really sick. Canada's yeah what they do they do so well so there wasn't day deal is never to try to Another one like a knock off the idea was. Hey this being john bingo well. What else can we do that in this world. That doesn't make you know everyone naturally when we came out like oh it's just another walking dead and then you watch thirty seven seconds of our chicago. Oh nothing she like a completely different by different long same and you with one another but they go together really well and part of what we can do is not take ourselves seriously because they have to write because these are the doesn't really might as are just like the setting in that show is really about like relationship and all that so they have to take their doing curious is space. Still have rolling. Jeez wheels you know what i mean and everything else that we do and like say four hundred eighty nine times his attorney. Then it's not real. Lamb is also great. Because i'll be real. Yeah exactly as much. As i think. One of the most fascinating things really has been the whole murphy storyline itself and his literal. Transformation has been really cool the means and you know he's and he's perfect for the part i mean he he brings it. You know it's like actually the whole cast is pretty strong. And i really like i think we do have a really strong cast and is he has an interesting combination of walking into parts. That were already pretty. Round designed for us meet my. I don't know anything can go in any character. Go in and direction and murphy really kinda been he could have been. Anyone could have been any i of of guy. But i think what he does with us and i think why and my people you know. Murphy's like the guy you love hey where he lovely. The whole thing was him as he's always right like the first two seasons you know whenever he'd be like no. Let's not do the things that the rest of us trying to maintain some sort of moral something or other than like no. Let's go back and do an every time he was like no. That's not it ended. Sadly it was right. You know what i mean. So there's a there's a genuine nessin sort of an authentic to what i he that makes mercy navy. Not like then. I guys but he's certainly not wrong and he's also not live like you what i mean. He is you. You don't yeah absolutely i. I read a recent interview or you said for addie towards the end of the season. She's gonna be a combination of black widow and diehard whoa. That's going to be on the news.
"anastasia" Discussed on thebuzzr pod
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"anastasia" Discussed on thebuzzr pod
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"anastasia" Discussed on thebuzzr pod
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Remembering Flory Jagoda, Who Preserved Sephardic Jewish Music And Language
"Goethe worked hard to preserve the music and language she inherited from her Sephardic Jewish ancestors in Europe. She was best known for writing a panic, a song that became a favorite around the world. Which I actually recorded with the band Pink martini. What some Candelas, Florida go to died last month at age 97 in Alexandria, Virginia. NPR's Anastasia. It's focus has this remembrance Flory Jagoda was born in Sarajevo were her family had lived for generations. They were descendants of Jews who were expelled from Spain in 14 92. At home. She spoke Latino, the language of their Sephardic Jewish community. She sang and played accordion and learn music from her grandmother. Must thank you. It must. Florida. Goethe was a teenager. When World War two began her stepfather put her on a train to Italy under a false Christian name. He told her to play her accordion as a distraction. She enchanted the conductor so much that he failed to ask for her ticket. Later, she was sure that the music had saved her life. She fell in love with an American soldier and moved to the US decades later, she learned that most of her family in Bosnia had died together near their home as she told the U. S. Holocaust Memorial Museum in the 1995 interview. Her family was thrown into a mass grave, including her grandmother, her beloved nonna off them. 42 people. You wanna No one is bachelor. Babies. Oh, All the songs. Culture in the United States. She performed and taut and later she mentored other musicians like Susan got to, But for a long time, Gaeta says, there was no Sephardic music or Latino in Florida. Goethe is life. You got his parents who had survived the Holocaust had also moved to the United States and her mother couldn't bear to be reminded of the past. She didn't want to sing a Sephardic song until her mother and father passed away. But when Florida Goethe decided to share her traditions again, there was no stopping her. As she told the U. S Holocaust Memorial Museum. All the songs she wrote and performed were for the family. She had lost every song that I've written about holidays, it's all about them. They're with me. They're with my Children. They're with my audience. That was Florida. Goto's legacy, Honest as its focus. NPR NEWS, New
Serena Williams into Australian Open fourth round, where a new test awaits
"Serena williams has locked in her fifteenth fourth round appearance since two thousand and one incidentally the same year her opponent anastasia popova was born tested in the first set. The twenty three time grand slam champion clicked into gear in the second to win seven. Six six to williams has road tested a new return stance this week but she has mixed feelings about it. It's very hard to move away from something that works well for you and for me. Change is the single most difficult thing in my life. I don't embrace change very well. But i know the importance of it so i hate my new return but it works and i think is for the best and i love it but i'm still you know getting used to it and sometimes i wanna go back to the old way but I feel like this is a better. I'm more consistent with my return and have better results. Williams next task is arena. Saba linka in the belarussians. First round of sixteen appearance but former australian plant lease smiley isn't convinced williams has what it takes watching her play. Today she was down a break early. She didn't really look all that great to me. You know. I covered one of the really matches and she looked pretty good. Hit a couple of two hundred caddies but today she wasn't quite there and it's interesting when you get older you'll good is still really good that you bad is not as good you know really the differential between you. Good in bed is greater. And i think serena is finding that as she gets a little bit older and i think she's going to have a hassle with several anchor in the next round the belarussian seventh sade sailed into the fourth round regulation straight-sets. We know the american and late.
Building a Start-ups CX Is a Creative Endeavor
"Chad. How are things today? Steve is great today looking forward to a conversation with our guests feels like a another guest that has a background is really relevant in twenty-twenty and we get to explore a company similar to our last guest doordash but in a slightly different Arena off doordash, you're right. It's it's going to be a really interesting conversation as you alluded to Our Guest today is calling Crowley. He's the vice president of customer experience at freshly and they are in the food Tech space and and really kind of the most in their own category. There are Weekly subscription service that delivers fresh gluten-free healthy Chef prepared meals in these meals are fully cooked. So all people dead. Do is reheat and eat. So when you think of it as you alluded to on the Continuum of Home Delivery, it's it's between doordash and our friend and and last episodes gas Anastasia story back and change their idea of of fully cooked meals delivered from restaurants. And then on the other side is something like Blue Apron which delivers you the ingredients and then you cook it and colon has had an interesting path to Fred. He's actually a published playwright and he started his career in the world of National Security working for think tanks in Washington DC and then he transitioned a customer experience working for e-commerce ticket company called ticket Network before moving to Freshly and he's been in freshly for just about five years now and I'm excited to talk to him because he's built their customer experience and support team from basically scratched and not having over 220 people and along the way he's the complete infrastructure of the customer experience including all of the structures of the procedures and and really the culture such ad. As we get into this conversation with calling. What are you looking forward to learning from him? I'm looking forward to learning from his creativity, you know, Colin having his background as a playwright you think about our previous guest we've got a DJ a jazz musician right? One of our guests had a background in Theology, and and today we have someone with a theater background, so I'm really interested in learning about the process that I went through that must have been a very creative process and building the CX infrastructure at freshly. Yeah. Absolutely. There's going to be a lot to talk about he's got so much to share about how he approached building this infrastructure. So let's go ahead and let's get started. Welcome Colin. Thank you so much for joining us today. Thanks is great to be here. Yeah, man, we're looking forward to this conversation. So it would be great if we could start out by maybe just having you tell us a bit about your background and what brought you to Freshly. Sure. Yeah, I kind of came into the customer experience space through a backdoor route. You may say initially studied history and political science and school and then I focused on what school security studies Worth US National Security. So it's going to have my my life working for a think tank or something like that cuz I like writing and researching and so forth. So I was down in Washington DC area and then ended up moving back up to the New England area because I'm from Massachusetts originally and moved up to help some family and I kind of divorced myself from any of the world of think tanks and so forth. So I ended up getting a job at the commotion take a network. Would you like one of the major competitors to Stubhub in the event entertainment in the event ticketing space and they were looking for someone who would come in and essentially do an analysis of their customer support infrastructure commend changes that would put it more in line with industry best practices. And the reason the CEO chose me was because I had the the communication background and I also had experience with The theater World cuz I'm also produced playwright. So I was just in the throes of getting one of my Works produced and really kind of co-producing that so he liked the the the blend of the Arts and the operational Logistics aspect of things off. So we kind of took a chance on me. So to speak and I stepped into this role and really dug deep down and learned my way through the industry and started to build up a team there especially in a customer support team and taking Network that ended up being about 14 people at its height and that dealt with certain higher-end clientele and I did that for about six years and also dabbled in some product management and things of that nature but was there too I moved to Freshly five years ago. So soon after the company was founded and we moved our headquarters to New York City and we just got in our series a and there was there's one other person in Customer Support who's staying with us as our senior training manager, but there was just one person there answering phone calls web chats emails Etc. And I was basically tasked with building up the customer support infrastructure from the ground up and Thursday. Really intrigued with the company and the product and just the excitement of being able to be a part of a company at that very very early stage. So I spent my first year and half so really until late 2016 just building the infrastructure of the team so high and hiring great people and creating a performance evaluation system and creating policies and creating tracking mechanisms for everything from customer satisfaction to customer issues and a training system and basically everything that you need for an organization to run smoothly. And then since then we really taken off we're home starting from 2017. We went from New York to open up a separate contact center out in Arizona and then we moved from Arizona to add some people in Maryland. And then Maryland we moved to add some people abroad So currently we have about two hundred twenty people in our customer support organization across five locations three in the US and two separate offices in the Philippines the little detours here and there we did some experiments and some other locations like wage. Africa and India so now I spend most of my time focused on some more overarching strategic issues and a lot spent in the technology space. So RPA and Ai and things of that nature.
Search underway for missing Miami Lakes girl
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"anastasia" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
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"anastasia" Discussed on X96
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No. 1 Nadal upset by Thiem in Australian Open quarterfinals
"Men's top seed Rafael Nadal as being upset in the Australian Open quarterfinals losing in four sets of the fifth St Dominic tame the stylish Austrian closed out a hard hitting for Erin ten minute battle eight points to six and a full set tie breaker that to advance to a semifinal showdown with the seven state Alexander's there if they stop the run of the former champion stand that bring get informed in women's action the full save some money to help conceded just two games on the way to a semifinal showdown with the research and spend your job in America lusa that up to she beat Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova Graham I gots Milborne
Highlights: Day six at the Australian Open
"Sure six four six four six four street sets over query gets a dime around each from Canada took out our system is also in our streets at seven five six four seven six off of needy hello and straight sets as well Federer crazy against the home statesman there John Millman from Australia how bout Federer four six seven six six four four six seven six and they do all my godi date yes seven six in the fifth set and they do the super tight yeah which is not a super the man and he wins that ten eight while also going to go on the they go to ten they don't know how long and the match go I don't know that that that one looks like it looks like four hours right to me so I'll take the over okay yeah yeah for sure okay right now get mon few I like a leech Gulbis seven six six four five three trying to close it out in straight sets so Monfils the Tennessee me no Parker like gal Monfils Taylor Fritz going against Dominic TM Antium wins the first set six two in these two one in the second set over for it's the American the dollar just getting underway again saw Pablo Carreno booster and David Goffin ago fan going up against Andrei Rublev and go from which the first six two needs to one in the second as far as the women the day of upset and started you know last night but of course the time difference Serena went down the street said or in three sets she lost in three sets to to Wong Naomi a soccer took on Corey Goff the young teenager the American sensation in golf peer in straight sets sock was a three seat in this one by six three six four god gets a dime can in the fourteen C. for Sophia can and for the U. S. beach while Zhang R. seven five seven six BC currents for our three set to took her to be gore G. for George G. is seventeen seed Angelique Kerber love Angelique Kerber she's got those beautiful legs man like Steffi Graf had back in the day sorry if you're driving around I mean but he knows in that sense the reason America and then a real good one Carlina Pliskova the two seed going up against Anastasia apple you check of a and Pavlyuchenkova gets the win seven six seven three so ourselves or seven six seven six seven four seven three in the two tiebreakers industry touches the thirty seat B. to to see so the two seats gone the three seats on the eighth seed in Serena's gone and then bends which also lost to come to the six love six one so the Swiss sensation is out Donna vekic also lost two eagles white tact twenty to keep an eye on this young lady from Poland are very impressive seven five six three and Simona Halep the four seats still alive she went straight sets are six one six four she escaped against Brady the American the other day so that a look at the Australian Open and there is some lines that I already saw coming up for all the freakin Isner coming up for very good minus one forty nine is our take back one thirty that'll be a later on we see curious the home home countrymen they're from Austria taking on Kachin often that's gonna be going but curious minds to forty four there often to doubt coming up right now get I told you Carino boosted Pablo public radio booster and it's plus sixteen hundred on career stats Nadal minus five thousand the number one Federer is mine is six twenty five against more tone of foods rich and it look better how long did you go did you two more hours and three minutes wow you got it like three minutes yeah not too bad Medvedev minus nine oh nine again so Popper and buy sell it you had to go five sets will take on round it's now around instead of Canada minus one seventy five there and wi fi for the needy and scientists anger and we'll go and five five Minnie minus one fifty four there and then Novak Djokovic minus three thousand three hundred thirty three dollars to one hundred against Diego Schwartzman I like towards which worked as a guy worse hat backwards young kid but it's got a lot of moxie and he's a plus fourteen hundred so keep an eye there on the ladies side let me just see remember Wozniacki played her last match last night she announced her retirement she got beaten three sets hi Ashley forty is the number one seed she will take what else Alison Riske from the United States board is a minus four hundred query Goff is a plus one thirty gets a
The Latest: Coco Gauff beats Venus Williams in 1st round
"Serena Williams has made a good start the ongoing quest for a record equalling twenty fourth grand slam title moving into the Australian Open second round with the six love six three win Anastasia Popova Williams provided on the day plague not by smoke from the wildfires but by bursts of torrential rain Williams did manage to Dodge the Rhine good news about her and the firefighters teenager cocoa golf edged Venus Williams in straight sets and women's defending champion die on me all suck up also advanced good wins as well for Roger Federer and Sam query Graham I got us Milborne