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"angelinos" Discussed on The Rich Roll Podcast
"Yeah, this is not a good shirt for the video, right? Video they want, just plain. What kind of Paisley? Crustaceous, oh these. Sea life is that. Well, this is something I discovered in the waters at point doom. And because I discovered it, I got to name it. And this is the richest roles. All right. Okay. I'm good. I don't know what to tell you. How's your back? It's an exercising more. It's not amazing, but it's tolerable enough that I can get out there and do some zone one and some zone two stuff. I don't push it too much. So I've been out on the bike with some regularity, which has felt really nice. You were running some trails? Like more like hiking with a little bit of jogging to test things out. And that definitely ended up with some tightness back there. So I'm trying to be really cautious about that. But at least I'm getting out there. I'm feeling good. Yeah, I don't know. Everything's good. Man, my boys, my older boys. And they're banned blood ocean is out on tour right now. They're going up and down the West Coast. Which is really fun to see them finally. Take their music on the road and play these little venues. And that's cool. You know, visit these cities and do the whole jam into a van thing. Which is pretty cool. I'm getting some cool reports from the road. Shout out to a friend of the pod and friend in real life, Jesse Thomas and Lauren fleshman who opened up their guesthouse to my boys and their bandmates when they played and bend the other night, which was really cool. So they've been, you know, they played in Portland last night. I think they're going up to Seattle. They're going to be in San Luis Obispo. I've shared their tour schedule. Maybe I'll share it again. I love what you posted, and they sound fabulous. Yeah, they're doing good. Have there been a group yet? Is there one groupie? I don't know. They don't tell you? No. I've been getting reports on the road. The slow disasters and the highlights and they play a show. Nobody shows up. There was the venue in San Francisco that basically wasn't going to pay them. And all that kind of stuff. I was like, that's the way it's supposed to be. That real life experience. You got to go through it. Did they destroy Jesse and Lauren's home? Hopefully real rockstars are like a rager party back there and just like paint the walls. Hopefully not. Okay, good. I cautioned them. And explained to them that they had to acquit themselves as gentlemen. So hopefully gentlemen rockers. They seem like gentlemen rockers. They are, they're very solid young men. Super proud of them. A couple of announcements before we get into it. The first thing is, well, I should say that this podcast is slowly moving away from being a free diving podcast to an anvil, free promotional fan, speaking of less show. So for all of you that caught the last role on you'll remember the story that I shared about my friend Sasha as your vasi and the improbable story behind his documentary anvil the story of anvil, one of the greatest rock docs of all time, which is being rereleased next week and 200 theaters across the United States, 13 years after its initial run. So it's a really cool thing. We're recording this on Monday, but two days from now and before this podcast will actually air September 13, the movie is premiering in New York City, which will be the last night if you're listening to this podcast right after a post at the Angelica and it's an event that was hosted by Sasha and Peter Dinklage. He starred in Sasha's HBO movie, my dinner with Herve. That's cool. So you guys missed that. But I wanted to also start in something called Game of Thrones. He did. Yeah, he might know him. Yeah, but I'm trying to connect why Peter would be co hosting Sasha's mirror in New York because they worked together in any of that. I get you. But for all of you, Los angelenos, Los angelinos, or for anybody contemplating a trek to the city of angels. Allow me to entice you because anvil will be premiering the newly restored and mastered print. In Los Angeles on September 23rd at the Saban theater and I wanted to offer up to you guys the audience two free pairs of tickets for the screening, which will include a not to be forgotten. I promise you live anvil rock show, like you've never seen anything like these guys rocking out. After the screening, that's going to happen. And that's going to be hosted by friend of the pod and real life friend Steve-O, who I believe is going to be doing a Q&A with Sasha in the band. And there's going to be some other yet to be disclosed super special guests that forbidden from mentioning at this moment. So that's pretty cool. I mean, Sasha wanted me to help open it up to you guys. So to enter, you can enter to win these tickets. You can send an email to give away at rich roll dot com. Please send that in before September 18th and put the word anvil in the subject line. And we'll select the winners at random on September 19th. In the meantime, if you want to just buy tickets to that event, you can do that as well. It's just anvil. I think it's anvil. The band anvil the film dot com. If you could just pull up that screen for everybody to see. These special guests are these potential music like other musicians that might share the stage. Yeah, maybe. All right. Maybe. Yeah, anvil the film dot com. So you could just buy tickets
"angelinos" Discussed on WCPT 820
"Because they wanted to avoid a divisive culture war moment Too late Yeah Stephanie Miller goes gravity Oh they go Stephanie Miller You won't let you How are you Suddenly an Eminem fan I love I've always loved this song I mean look there goes gravity Who doesn't love that If there's science in it What's the name of the song Yeah Gangster's Paradise No That's the other one That's Julio That's Julio wasn't even on stage last night You look like a racist right out of the How dare you Okay Schooly tweets the rush from mega media figures to performatively condemn the halftime show is a great example of how much ginned up white grievance is the glue holding the right together Thank you Can I at least give one prop out Yes Candace Owens so James would have time show I know And then all the other right wingers turned on her Good That was really controversial I know Wow Good for you can just take a stand We don't get what all of your code means It's all going for hack So much black The satanic panic was real interesting I was real The satanic panic this tweet made me feel better Dale tweeted I remember poll taken about a decade after the rams and raiders left LA where 30% of angelinos thought LA still had a football team My friends in the Midwest couldn't believe it I just said hey there's other things to do here in the winter I didn't know we had a team where a stadium 5 weeks ago But I am delighted to find out we do in there the Super Bowl champion That's a gorgeous stadium It is beautiful Yeah Yeah that was okay I mean by the way it was a perfect weekend in your life We had a beach day on Saturday And the Super Bowl on Sunday 86° Gorgeous And it was clear that the beauty shots of the city looked absolutely stunning Don't move here Don't move They are going to be like 60 to Mars going to be horrible It might even rain don't come here Yeah the taxes are really high Just don't come here You don't want to do it Computer says no Bad choices All right what's the other one You're being spanked on Twitter by the way What did I do Wow you're losing half your audience dissing the Cincinnati Bengals I never thought I'd believe it unless I heard it with my own ears shame on you guys Oh give us a second It's Valentine's Day and I hadn't nobody So just shut up Wallow in the Super Bowl win All day because so I la la la it's not Valentine's Day I'm in a throuple with the staffers now Matthew No you aren't It's like my just appointed myself Oh my God Do they know this Well I They do now I think he's probably a little hungover from partying Oh my God how about that Cooper cuck He's super good Yeah I'm all about this today What about the commercials Would you like the commercials I did the Eugene Levy one Hilarious What did you see The Gwyneth Paltrow She ate her she ate her candle I did think of you She smiled as she did That wasn't even the best part was I will follow Catherine O'Hara to the ends of the earth And you think she's in I'm all in Yeah Of course whatever They were good I love the house Oh my God What's the chances I was more into the game What's the one Snoop Dogg song The one yesterday What was the one What is it Come on help me Throw me a lifeline Are you a bone What was the what was the one dog bone This morning We'll play a game Let's see if you can identify the Snoop Dogg's song when we played as a buck today Oh God are you okay That is allergies It's fine I had my third negative COVID test yesterday in a week So you're all safe See you were right to trust me Okay It was just an educated guess We took a chance and it paid off There you go We have by the way we had no convoy to interrupt our Super Bowl Dear God Ted said it best on Twitter 90% of Canadian truckers are vaccinated 80% of Canadians are vaccinated It's not a freedom convoy GOP funded border blockade Yes Rand Paul is a traitor He is an anti American trader He's like I hope they come here and clog up our I mean this is all they want They want screw up the supply chain further so they can blame Biden They're just un American On American that's all I have to say Okay Do we have everything Super Bowl out of our system Any other thoughts Sure You were wearing a hot pink Valentine's cap just to taunt.
California Is Falling Apart
"You're an angelino. I am curious, David. If you have gotten the reports that California is basically falling apart. And I say that not in an overstatement. But the smash and grabs the assaults, the surgeon crime, and of course the flight of people from the state. Our home states, pretty rotten right now. Yeah, look, I've heard the same thing and I think the way you said that of you is apt because for years, people will tell me, oh, that's LA. I mean, that must be awful or crazier. Great weather, but traffic or crime or this or that. And I would tell them for years, it's a beautiful place. I moved for various reasons. I don't regret it. I don't want to go back, but I always recommend you should go visit, live there. But it is undergoing from relatives in Friends that I still have in California that are not out to get California. They're not leaving. They like it. But they tell me it's got issues. And serious serious problems. And I often tell them whatever I live on capital hill and Washington, D.C. and I hear all the time that, oh, well, you must be dealing with all of these things. And Washington is since the pandemic and afflicted with many of the things that are reflecting cities at the moment, but not to the extent at all. That I see and hear happening in California and so yes it's a problem and I'm wondering if leadership is going to emerge if voters are going to emerge and want something different because nothing changes until voters demand something different.
"angelinos" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Here This is Chicago's very own 7 20 WGN 53° at 1230 good morning I'm James Sears Los Angeles begins the strictest vaccine mandate in the country today The Blackhawks won against Nashville in overtime two to one in Sunday Night football the Titans beat the rams 28 16 in soccer the Chicago fire lost in Columbus to nothing WGN traffic look at our expressways and tollways not see any accidents out there so we should be smooth sailing for you Starting today Los Angeles will be implementing one of the country's strictest vaccine mandates news nations alena Abuja is breaking down the new restrictions Angelinos 12 and older visiting restaurants movie theaters malls salons and other venues will either have to show proof of the COVID-19 vaccine or negative tests taken within the last 72 hours Employees will also have to verify medical or religious exemptions or a negative test For restaurants the unvaccinated can also opt to sit outside Businesses who don't comply face fines starting at a $1000 New records analysis shows more than 10,000 people were admitted to hospitals for something other than COVID-19 last year but got the virus while at those medical centers that according to federal and state data that number includes most patients 65 and up with all each patients out of California and Florida CNN reports the analysis also showed about 21% of those patients who caught the virus at the hospital between April and September died That compares to only 8% of Medicare patients who died in the hospital during that time frame The CEO of FedEx says the bipartisan infrastructure Bill is a great step in getting supply chain issues sorted across the country Fred Smith told CBS's face the nation poor infrastructure is the major reason why there were so many issues right now And he hasn't seen all the details in the Bill but believes it is a start to fixing the problems Smith added his company is ready for the holidays and problems they had earlier in the pandemic have been fixed for this year A marvel superhero epic is this week's top movie in North America.
"angelinos" Discussed on Tape Notes
"Finding it to you California by churches from screen violence and I guess the obvious question really is California is a crucial part of the band these days. No, with two thirds of the band there all the time, I'm an Ian did spend quite a bit of time there. I mean, is this song anything to do with that situation? In sort of, in some ways, I think the lyric in the chorus is quite literal. We were all looked inside our houses unable to get anywhere. And yeah, I think at that time, I was like, you spent a lot of time chasing all these things in your life and in your career and trying to get to a certain point, what does any of that stuff really matter? So the lyric, no one ever warns you, your die in California is very literal. And a lot of ways. And I like the idea that California can meet doesn't need to be a place. It's like just anything that you strive for and prioritize over other things. And at the end of the day, does any of that shit really matter? Does it make a difference at this point? And I don't know. I always think of Los Angeles as a place I live. It's not my home. It's a place I currently live and I don't think I would live here forever, but whilst I have the opportunity to try things, you only get to live once you should, but yeah, it was definitely isolation within isolation last year. Everybody felt isolated, but there was a point where I'm like, if something terrible happens to my family, I can not physically get to them, and that's quite disturbing, but we also are someone traversing there. Why are you doing this? This is great. This is LA life for getting the real thing. This is why you can't live here forever guys. It really gets in the way of your work and your process. But also for the making of the record and the making of the aesthetic purposefully rewatched a lot of movies that fit with the themes that we were going for. And I like the idea of weaving those things into the imagery. And I had just rewatched lost boys when I wrote this one. So I like the idea that that's a very horror thing in a way. It could be the tagline of the poster, like no one ever worn, so you'll die in California. Don't know there's like a town full of vampires in Santa Carlo, that kind of thing. But to me, the song is actually quite sad because it's about the things that you've missed and the things that you regret doing that you would do differently if you got a chance. And I thought for a hot second, I'll say, well, maybe in the quote unquote new normal, people will approach things differently in their lives and their careers in relation to other people. And I think some people have, and I think other people just went right back to the same old shit that they always do, but for a second, I was like, if this is a moment where we get to reassess our priorities, then there's anxiety I would do differently. So that's kind of what that's about. Yeah, yeah. I mean, what brought you to California just, but because you could. Yeah, I've gone to New York once we first got our U.S. visas and I've been there for a couple of years and I just kind of figure out my at some point, this is all going to disappear, so I'm going to go away. I don't know when it's going to happen, but sometimes. And I would like to be able to try things. We'll have the opportunity. And I think especially for writers and you just have to push yourself to have different kinds of experiences and do different kinds of things and sometimes you can force your hand on that and sometimes you just have to wait. So I don't know, I don't think I'm ever going to regret having tried things, but yes, I'm definitely conscious that in interviews, people ask us, oh, sell out, move to LA question a lot. And I'm like, oh, really? I moved as far to the northeast of it as I could get and still be in driving distance for work. Thanks. But I also do like the idea that a song called California. People are going to assume there's a certain kind of song. And then when you actually listen to it and look at the lyrics, it's just not that at all. So I like the idea that it's a little Trojan horse that can sneak in on other songs by the Red Hot Chili Peppers about California or whatever. And it's not that gonna link it up. Yeah, well you get to play with it and to either would have thought that lots of Los angelinos and lots of Californians would like that, no, because you know you have the insider's view you have the outsiders view. You have people who are experiencing now. People have experienced it in the past. Everybody's going to have a different take on it. And it's always going to evolve and it's great that you have a response to that and also this particular response as you were just explaining or is couched within this whole experience know both of the time that you were recording and writing this album. No things had been different your song about California might have been quite different if you weren't being isolated within this kind of bubble. Like I don't think it would exist, probably. I don't think I would ever have consciously written like a, hey, it's amazing song about California. It's enough of those in the world, but I guess when you've been locked inside your kitchen for however many months trying to write this record, which is about the things that it's about, also, maybe that's and I think a lot of people can relate to that when you've moved to a bigger city or you're trying for something and it feels very lonely, like whether that's within a job within a relationship within whatever. I think people don't really people aren't very honest about how fucking lonely life is. I don't think. And when you're trapped inside your own house with just your own thoughts, those things are something that you will address, I guess. Yeah, yeah, suddenly I'm linking it to another song about California, the eagles hotel, California, no, they're trapped and can never leave. Within that, you know, which is there's a parallel there, isn't it? It's interesting. A fair of that song.
"angelinos" Discussed on Convo By Design®
"And this may sound a little awkward but as an industry we are covert positive industry. We are seeing tremendous growth because people are sitting around their homes and they're looking in wanting to fix things up in wanting to move out of city. Is there building homes. We have clients with more potential calls and they can possibly return there is. There's a lot of movement on the home front and people think rethinking their spaces. I do think that you know. I've i've never been a big fan of remote working and because i do believe we're human beings and we are tribal and we need to be with each other especially when it comes to creativity and that the creativity doesn't happen through zoom screen. Creativity happens because you're doodling next to somebody or you're talking to somebody or an idea pops in your head and you wanna talk to somebody about it and so creativity and mentoring to of the toughest thing that were facing being remote working these days that being said i do think that the work environment is forever changed. I don't think that we're going to need the spaces that we've had in the past to work. I do think that there'll be some hybrid of people coming into the office and working from home and being much more flexible with their schedules You know. I do think that americans also have very short memories and if there is a vaccine out there it may be like you know why pandemic i doubt it'll be that drastic but i do think that will move on a little bit and we may get back to the way we were. I do think there's a there's definitely a paradigm shift in how we're gonna work from moving forward And the importance of space. I think that we've been lucky industry in all of this many people have not been but the design world has has actually done well in this pandemic it has and i think in large part to a point that you just made that we have very short memories and even shorter attention spans. And you know if you ask people what what they think. Life was like in the you know the spanish flu pandemic of of what eighteen eighteen eighteen twelve right. What the experience was like You will find that it was. It was very very similar to what we have now. And i think that a one really has to do is kind of look at what happened. Then the idea of a modern vestibule was was reimagined a the new a new bathroom concept. We don't put. We don't put porous unvarnished wood in bathrooms anymore. Because it's not a good idea but things like this brought them on. You know there were massacres. That were anti massacres. There were all of the same things that we're dealing with now. And i think it's interesting to sort of look back and see what happened to say okay. This could possibly happen again in the future. I think to your point about us being tribal and the works. The workspace is really is really important. Because you're right we do need to be in person. This is not the best environment for you. And i to be talking you and i would would have. Would it be a better conversation. Were we in front of each other but with a cup of coffee in in an open environment. Perhaps what does that work space. Look like in the future. What does it mean for. An upstart city that be has the the type of infrastructure and is ready to absolutely explode because talent is now moving into that environment. And how does that change the way that we think about things. I mean these. Are these sort of ideas that you're hearing is well. Actually i was reading an article today. That one of my clients wrote about downtown. La and reimagining the spaces and even rethinking how people live. Because you know they're quite a few against sixty percent of los angeles los angelinos our winters and you know spaces are not assert made for as well from multi generational families and you know. Are we really thinking how we do wanna live and continue to live and how will that shift and change when the spaces that we currently have happened may be adapted to different cultural Desires so. I do think that there's a lot to be thought about our industry. So when does the next. When does the business design reissue. Come out Manuscript turned in sub. Glad to say that and it should be out in june of twenty one. Some curious the manuscript has turned in. I imagine you've you've been working on it for a long time into twenty twenty did did the events of the pandemic to the events of twenty twenty affect how you wrote the book. I i should say because it's a re release of the original edition. The basis of the book certainly didn't get affected by that but the way i thought about how our industry is shifting and changing definitely was affected by it only because like i just mentioned The workforce so the ability to work remotely there. There was really nothing or little about remote working in the original text. But there's quite a bit about it now and how you manage people Who are working remotely of how you're going to mentor. People and grow them there's You know a lot of our who people.
"angelinos" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"That and hit a security officer that another man got in the security officers face Elder was escorted to awaiting SCV and driven out of the area. L. A County sheriff in a wave A has returned to Venice Beach. It's the first casual visit since the sheriff ordered his homeless outreach teams to clean up the boardwalk. And what impressed him the most. I had the smell of the salt air would it beach is supposed to smell like Villanueva says. It's a far cry from his first visit June 6th. I could smell was urine and transients. The smell of human waste concentrated human waste. The annoying says it was good to see shops open in restaurants fool, but he says the area has a ways to go to get back to how it used to be. He says his deputies cleared out more than 200 tents. Steve Gregory K F. I knows. LAPD chief. Moore says he's aware of the posturing surrounding the L. A county sheriff's actions to clean up homeless camps but isn't concerned about the publicity The sheriff is getting. I'll stand by our results. And the efforts of our beat cop that's out there. I believe tough and difficult job and doing it and doing a hell of a job. Morris says He recognizes the sheriff's jurisdiction over the county and wants to work together to clean up homeless camps and find housing for those in need. The chief says he meets with the sheriff monthly to go over topics including homelessness. The city of L. A. Is working to get more kids connected to the Internet. As part of the newly announced Angelino Connect Program marry, Garcetti says K through 12 students in LA can now get free Internet service. This is in addition to work that we've done with our Angelino Connectivity trust, which is distributing 18,000 WiFi hotspots to our kids and.
"angelinos" Discussed on Gloss Angeles
"Y'all i mentioned this on the last podcast but if you have the courage to share this podcast with a friend please do on a more heartfelt serious snow sarah and i. We put all the money that we make from this. Podcast in back into the podcast. Whether it's doing gift giveaways making sure that we have social content. Ready to go with our lovely hanters. Paying our editors help take some of the weight off of us. Everything that we make it goes back in. So it's why we can't do this full-time yes. Exactly exactly because we just giving our money back into the are happy so the way that you can help us is just by sharing the pod. We love doing it. We love hearing from you. We had somebody message us the day. Saying look what i found in the wild it was sephora at kohl's right next to an ulta diorama we love to hear from you. Please share this with a. Please leave us a five star review. Follow us on spotify. Join our facebook group. Tweet us and general. Just you know we would love to hear from you. Yes keep keep the love coming because we love you guys such all right. We will be back on friday with a mail room episode cape. We haven't recorded it yet. So if you do have a specific question that you want our help advice. Opinion on call the hotline or email us. That's the best way to reach us. I believe angeles potted gmail.com and our phone number is four two four three four one four two four. You know the first three four two four three four one zero four to six. Call us on our hotline. All right talk to you on friday. Kirby summer is finally here or at least the summer weather is oh i know and so does my malaysia. Oh yeah. I forgot about that. I am so grateful that i did not experience any milana when i was pregnant zoe. Yeah i'm happy for you. And you know i might feel a little bit. Better about my. Malaysia had a baby show for it. But alas that's not my journey okay but there are tons of angelinos who are listening who are themselves dealing with malaysia. So share your tips with us. Okay first and foremost deep breath. Don't be so hard on yourself clams k. Just play the long game when it comes to as you might not get rid of it fully but there are some steps you can take. It's a journey not a sprint. Second do things to protect your skin. Like wearing hats visors. I'm personally really leaning into the early millennium trend of bucket hats. Which i think i actually shamed sarah for At some point. I also love my bluestone. Sunshield and of course. Y'all know feelings on sunscreen where it love it embrace it and then look for products to add.
"angelinos" Discussed on Gloss Angeles
"Summer is finally here or at least the summer weather is oh i know. And so does my malacca. Oh yeah i forgot about that. I am so grateful that i did not experience any milana when i was pregnant with zoe. Yeah i'm happy for you. And i might feel a little bit better about malaysia if i had a baby to show for it but alas that's not my journey okay but there are tons of angelinos who are listening. Who are themselves dealing with melas. So share your tips with us okay. First and foremost deep breath. Don't be so hard on yourself. Clams just play the long game when it comes to malaysia. You might not get rid of it fully but there are some steps that you can take its journey not a sprint second. Do things to protect your skin. Like wearing hats advisors. I'm personally really leaning into the early millennium trend of bucket hats. Which i think actually shamed sarah for at at some point. I also love my bluestone. Sunshield and of course. Y'all know her feelings on sunscreen where it love it embrace it and then look for products to add to your skin care routine that help protect skin like antioxidants vitamin cs. A good example of that as well as brainers kojic acid and trainings amic acid. I love antioxidants. I feel like they're so underrated. People forget that they are so important for skin aging to you guys know we love ulta beauty and we are so thrilled to be partnering with them this year. Like so excited. Love that for us love. I love that. They have aisles as you. No and pages and pages to scroll through of great sun care products and frightening ingredients literally if you go to the website right now. There is a twelve dollar trainings. Acid serum available from good molecules. If you wanna dip your toes into the malaysian fighting waters as well as tried and true favorites like morad dark spot correcting serum a freaking love that stuff as well as.
"angelinos" Discussed on GSMC Social Media News Podcast
"People up heels when it's time to put on a t-shirt and he yells most functionally to alert the rest. The house that the poor taxi driver has arrived to the bus to the gaggle of bronze drunkards to their nightly watering hole. Polly yells cavs are here with the passion of the boatman from titanic shots. Anyone alive out there. It's become it's become an iconic jersey shore phrase for cheap t-shirt printing. This is just so funny okay. Number twelve has come at me bro. While everyone on jersey shore talks a big game no one was as quick to throw hands as ronnie who was dealing with some obvious your management problems during his time at the shore. Ronnie's first big fistfight came on the boardwalk wouldn't drunk. I was interrogating him. Sammy after left the bar. Go home where you belong. The guy yelled after. Sammy started talking to him and his girlfriend. Ron finish the conversation tackling in punching the guy as sammy tried to pull him off. Ron got a black guy but no arrests in yelled at. Sandy for instigating the fisticuffs. Sammy was mad. That ron physically push her away from a fight. It was a whole thing and after the episode. All anyone could say was. Come at me bro. Number thirteen pickles is my thing. Everyone has their favorite foods. Snooky love pickles more than life itself. Pickles is my thing. I eat a specific way. I suck the juice out. I said the culinary conic last ever so elegantly of course. The guys gave her a hard time for treating the food in such a way but pickles soon became part of his identity. Remember her portrayal as a monster in a sizzler on south park. But was she holding. That's right a pickle number. Fourteen is dina's rude introduction. This was epic so season. Three brought us dina. The shows that i knew cast member after angelinos departure a clone of snuggie and a self-proclaimed blast in a glass upon her arrival to seaside. Everyone was nice to deny except for steamy gave coldest shoulder at this side of air l. Later that day dana was drunk. Sammy laughed at her in a fight. Ensued ronnie yelled at dana. Sammy way. i'm sorry ronnie other dina. Sammy indiana call each other. Some nasty names snooky through in some swear words and then jay wile who wanted another shot sammy since miami stepped in for another fistfight. Ding number. Fifteen is where's the beach with her new meatball friend. Deena drank a lot in the first few episodes of season. Three nc side hitting rock bottom during a break from work at the t shirt top shop shipped. A bunch of shots at a nearby bar ran down the boardwalk blackout drunk screaming. Where's the beach. Which was right next to her and then had to be saved by jalen dina who reluctantly on the boardwalk. At the same time. But it's an on. They're sneaky was too belligerent. To get off the beach or listen to seaside police who eventually took her in for public intoxication. Naturally her dad was furious. She cried in stopped drinking for a few days. Okay last one we have for today as to number sixteen in its angelina trashy luggage. Perhaps it was an omen of her short. Lived san house but angelina didn't exactly pack for her visit to the jersey shore. She just threw her in a few plastic black trash bags. She would repack them two episodes later when she got fired. From the t shirt shop introduce forced to move out and of course polly and others began to lovingly. Call her trash bags after the display. So that is all i have on that today is is where our show is ending for today. Thank you so much for listening to the jesse social media news podcast brought to you.
"angelinos" Discussed on KCRW
"The tests are supposed to be performed within 48 hours of his scheduled event, and results must be available before the competition begins. In addition, athletes, coaches and fans will have to wear face coverings at all indoor sporting events for athletes that means even while engaging in physical activity, according to the Department of Public Health. KCRW's Darryl Saxman reporting. Are tens of thousands of acres burning in northern California right now, as massive wildfires tear through the bone dry landscape here in Southern California. We have yet to hit peak fire season, but officials are urging residents to get ready. L. A Mayor Eric Garcetti yesterday called on residents to do their part to prevent blazes from starting and spreading. This year. We're seeing more of the ingredients that fuel fires that sustain wild fires. High temperatures, dry weather strong winds. L. A Fire Department chief Ralph Terrazas is encouraging Angelinos in high risk areas to review the city's ready set go protocols for fire preparedness, He says. The department already has its equipment like helicopters and super scoopers in place for big blazes, a new resource we have this year if needed. Is that Chinook helicopter? It's not here today because it's deployed to Northern California to assist where their firefighting efforts but can be recalled here if needed. You can review these cities. The cities Fire preparedness program at l A f d dot org slash Ready set Go. Finally, it is almost the end of August. You feel like your job hasn't really let up in that summer passed you by or maybe.
"angelinos" Discussed on Gloss Angeles
"Chef's kiss glowing than i put on the in worcester riser. And i'm good to go. So if you are looking for like a double-whammy get the exfoliating mask. And then use the moisturizer. Because they're both so so good. Treat yourself. I feel like this is a really good moisturizer for like fall winter time. Yes yes keep that one in your back pocket for when it gets colder and drier guys those are nice intimate picks again. There's so many products that just have nias in there and it's not touted. It's not promoted. It's just there because it's like one of those staple ingredients that really helped so many different things but we want to know what are your favorite nice products and what ingredient or maybe treatment. I don't know the glossary can be really anything. So if there is something you're really curious about learning more about and the science behind it and how it works us an email or call us on the hotline. Our number is four. Two four three four one zero four to six. And you can send us a text. Or you can leave us a voicemail. If you leave a voicemail your voicemail may be played in an upcoming episode with so let us know. We'll be back on tuesday with another wife and more beauty news Kirby summer is finally here or at least the summer weather is oh i know and so does my malaysia. Oh yeah. I forgot about that. I am so grateful that i did not experience any milosevic when i was pregnant with zoe. Yeah i'm happy for you. And you know i might feel a little better about my malaysia if i had a baby to show for it but alas that's not my journey okay but there are tons of angelinos who are listening who are themselves dealing with melas. So share your tips with us first and foremost deep breath. Don't be so hard on yourself clams k..
The Bottle vs. Tap Battle: Which Tastes Better?
"Are in the ring with tap and bottled and it's time for the first round. Let's start with a question of taste. My name is martin reason. I live in los angeles. And i am a water somali. So many years at gentleman who works in a restaurant and recommends to from wine pairings. I'm doing the same with water. Amazingly this is not satire. This is real mini documentary all about martin the war to somali. Sometimes i'm so proud to be angelino my passion for water against child but a drinker professionally since two thousand this whole water semi business has got to be totally well to keep it clean. I'm going to call it bull honky a water sommelier. This is penn and teller's point exactly that it's hor spooky that said their guests. Were totally fooled by the fancy menu. Even though they were drinking identical glasses of water what do you think about the amazon pressure. Okay now i can take on. this is definitely tasted. It's it's almost too easy to make fun of this. Whole business of different waters tasting different. But also penn and teller isn't necessarily the most trusted source for food news so we figured we should be open minded and scientific and test this whole thing out ourselves. We bought a bunch of different types of bottled waters and we through our own top water into the tasting mix. and then we each deputized partners. Tim and jeff to create a blind taste test for us. Tim down fourteen little glasses. Got a hold of some tap water and then he opened and poured each bottle and one cam here in los angeles. Jeff did the same following the instructions. On tim's spreadsheet we'd picked an american spring water the couple of european mineral waters some bottled process tap water specifically aquafina and then to mix things up. We added one of those bogus alkaline waters and some artesian water. All the way from the south pacific we have an array of glasses and each row of glasses represents different types of bottled water. There is some tap water in there to throw you off and we are hoping to see that you might or might not be able to tell the difference. I have to say. I embarked on this with a lot of confidence in my discriminatory abilities. At least when it comes to beverages nothing None of my previous wine tasting experience is helping me here but let me take a sip.
"angelinos" Discussed on KCRW
"Cherry Glazer talking with Diana Lambert, a reporter with the website ed source. This is KCRW today. On press play. Last year, former Obama Healthcare official Andy Slavitt called up mask manufacturer three M and asked them why they weren't sending more PPE to hospitals and nursing homes. And when they were reluctant. I did something that I never thought I would do, which is I told them that if they didn't make a change that the president of the United States was likely to tweet about what they were doing, And that got their attention. Madeleine brand, a new book from the White House Insider on the Pandemics. Leadership failures today at noon on press play on KCRW just about 10 minutes to go before we get to nine o'clock here at KCRW back dealing with you from morning edition on this Friday ahead. We are rounding out the eight o'clock our with our usual feature for Friday afternoons. Friday mornings, Private playlist today we hear from Lionel Boy stay with us for that just ahead. It'll be warming out there already. 70 degrees in downtown L. A about 80 in San Bernardino. Temperatures are going to be scorching over the weekend look for triple digits in many inland places. Live music is back. Kcrw's golden ticket sweepstakes is our biggest prize ever for music lovers win two tickets to over 70 shows in the L. A area thanks to our friends at Golden Boys support KCRW to be automatically entered to win. Kcrw dot com slash give You're listening to KCRW. I'm Matt Gillam for Angelinos who came of age on the deck of a skateboard. The name Thrasher make under a few memories. The iconic magazine turns 40 years old this year, having inspired generations of kids with skate punk ethos. Among them is the future pop musician now known as Lionel Boy. He recently joined KCRW from his home in Long Beach to share a few of the songs that raised him. It's the latest in our series private playlist. How's it? I'm Lionel boy, and I'm here to share a few songs that mean a lot to me. I I definitely know that there's been a shift in the way I listen to music. Especially as I started to want to create it. And then as my taste became more refined, I started to realize that people were telling stories in their music. You know, I started to recognize the lyrics and then I started to find myself in.
"angelinos" Discussed on Gloss Angeles
"Kirby summer is finally here or at least the summer weather is oh i know. And so does my malacca. Oh yeah i forgot about that. I am so grateful that i did not experience any malaza when i was pregnant with zoe. Yeah i'm happy for you. And you know i might feel a little bit better about me. I had a baby to show for it. But alas that's not my journey okay but there are tons of angelinos who are listening who are themselves dealing with melas. So share your tips with us. Okay first and foremost deep breath. Don't be so hard on yourself clams k. Just play the long game when it comes to malaysia. You might not get rid of it fully but there are some steps that you can take its journey not a sprint second. Do things to protect your skin. Like wearing hats and visors. I'm personally really leaning into the early millennium trend of bucket hats. Which i think i actually shamed sarah for at some point. I also love my bluestone. Sunshield and of course. Y'all know her feelings on sunscreen where it love it embrace it and then look for products to add into your skin care routine that help protect the skin. Like anti oxidants vitamin cs. A good example of that as well as bright owners like kojic acid and trainings amic acid. I love antioch. I feel like they're so underrated. People forget that they are so important for skin aging to you guys know we love ulta beauty and we are so thrilled to be partnering with them this year. Like so excited. Love that for us love. I love that. They have aisles and aisles. As you know and pages and pages to scroll through of great sun care products and frightening ingredients literally if you go to the website right now. There is a twelve dollar.
"angelinos" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"A year 1000 Year three Every day 24 fires a day they don't care. You haven't looked at it yet. Who is destroying Venice? Is worth it because you'll see that collection of guys and we played the clip the other day who come from all over the country. Well, because you know what, and they're always just irresponsible, dirty men. They will are. Yeah. I don't care whether they're 25 or 75 like that guy in a wheelchair, and we talked about this yesterday, and we actually are a little jealous because They've abdicated all responsibility there on the beach. Look, I'm not saying it's a nice life. I wouldn't want to live there. But you gotta you gotta understand the mindset, but they don't want to live with rules. And you know what? Understandably, Some of you don't want to be in these group housing situations. Whether it's a shelter or some apartment building where they're gonna be with other people that they don't They can pitch their tent anywhere along the Venice encampment place that they want, and they don't like the guy next door. They could move down the beach, right? You're gonna stick him in housing. They may be with people they want nothing to do with with rules they want nothing to do with. I'm gonna go back on the beach, lie there in my lawn chair and just relax all day. By the way. One of the things bond and talks about is our moral obligation to these people. There's no who are stoned and drunk and in their fog are happy to be living on the beach. What? We don't have a moral obligation to every a whole who moves here from other parts of the country. Theo somewhere along the line. They had a home and they had a family. This idea that they don't have a home. I bitch In most cases, they do have the hole and they don't have somewhere. They couldn't They have somewhere they could go. Everybody has relatives, friends somewhere, But what they did is they probably abused their family to the point where every day all the family said, get out. You're not gonna lay here stoned anymore in this house. You're not gonna come in drunk at three in the morning and start destroying things and stealing money and stealing jewelry, So they got tossed out, but that's because of their be at bad behavior. We are not responsible for everybody else's problems because they happen to move to L. A. This idea that these are our brothers, fellow Angelenos. On house neighbors. They're not our neighbors. They're not our fellow Angelinos. They're not our brothers. They are bums, drug addicts, crazy people that moved from all over the country. They come here because they want to. Be on the beach. They want to be near the ocean. Problem is they've taken over public property like they did it. Echo Park Lake. They've taken over public spaces on sidewalks. And now beaches Adventis as you and I said, Go to Slab City have your life We don't give a crap Go ahead. And if you're gonna take over all of our public spaces where there's all there's more dense housing like there is in Venice. You can't do that. And so his whole premise Obviously doesn't really care about these people because they are dying. His whole premise. Those try to shame everybody into this is a moral question, and we all have an obligation. No, sorry, reject that entire concept. We do not have a moral obligation to deal with some guy who is stoned and drunk or crazy, and he came from Texas. As he couldn't get along with this family. No, I'm not obligated to help him out. I'm not obligated to have to maneuver around him on the boardwalk. One word. When we come back, we'll play some of these clips. This is last night on Fox 11 Alex Michaelson and his team Phil Shuman. The reporter was in Venice. And they're talking about the homeless problem in Venice, and they got Mike Bonnet on the zoom or coming up. Johnny can k If I Deborah.
"angelinos" Discussed on KCRW
"Listening to all things considered from NPR news. And it takes 29. This is KCRW. Greater l A just around the corner. We also have state and local news coming up, including why officials say even with a slow vaccine row out in L, a county. We're doing pretty good compared to other larger areas after this. I'm Dr Michael Wilkes. Thanks to your efforts Cove in 19 infection rates are down to keep improving masks, hand washing and distance still apply as we inch toward a post pandemic world. Be safe and stay tuned to KCRW. He was elected as a progressive prosecutor, a man whose reforms of the district attorney's office here in L. A. Beginning some intense blowback. We have some elected D A s around the state. They have been very, very vetted in the tough on crime and the mass incarceration years, they're increasingly losing influence. And unfortunately they are fighting and, you know we're going to fight back today on KCRW is greater l a George Gascogne battles crime or battling a lot of folks in his own department. You don't get to change the law just because you were elected. D a your job as the elected D A. This is basic civics. Is there to execute the law not to create it? A court case that seeks to enter a very important question about which criminal Justice vision goes forward Steve caretakers here that and why city officials in Anaheim have been long elusive about Little Arabia all ahead after this news update. And it's 6 30. Larry Peral. Here is what's happening. California has blown past another tragic milestone with death from the coronavirus now topping 40,000 in the state. That is one death. For every 1000 people in California, Only New York has had more people. Dime l A has a quarter of the states nearly 40 million residents, but it has experienced more than 40%. California's virus deaths. Cases and deaths in California have disproportionately hit people of color and poor communities. Our families live in more crowded housing conditions, and many of those families also lack health insurance. Well. Ella's covert 19 vaccine rollout has been bumpy, with some Angelino struggling to get appointments and many others still not qualified to get a shot, but officials insist that the county is forging ahead faster than other larger regions. Los Angeles County has been able to vaccinate a higher percentage of our population, Then Cook County and Harris County, which are the 2nd and 3rd most populous counties in America, that is county supervisor filled with police. He says that nearly 8% of all Angelenos have gotten at least the first dose of the vaccine, and the county has administered roughly 80% of its more than 991,000 doses. Still, county public health director Barbara Ferrer Is that there is a limited amount of supply coming into the region. The biggest challenge remains not having enough vaccine for all of those eligible to be vaccinated, she says She's hoping production will ramp up by March eligible Angelinos who are either 65 older or health care workers can sign up for an appointment at vaccine l a county dot com Following a nearly two month long closure. Prompted by regional stay at home orders, Seaworld announced it is getting ready.
"angelinos" Discussed on KCRW
"Parole Here's what's happening. State officials announced today that all residents 65 older can now roll up their sleeves and get a shot of the covert 19 vaccine is a part of a major expansion of vaccination eligibility guidelines to speed up distribution in California. But always public health director says the county won't be able to administer vaccines to those 65 up in the general population anytime soon. We're not done with our health care workers and and we actually Don't have enough vaccine right now, to be able to get done more quickly with our health care workers on we have hundreds of thousands of health care workers that we need to get through in the next couple of weeks. L. A County public health has asked the state to send over more vaccines. So older Angelinos who aren't healthcare workers, or long term facilities can get vaccinated in a timely manner. County, California officials have struggled to distribute its allotment of vaccine doses so far. As of Monday, the state had received more than 2.4 million doses of the vaccine but administered less than a third of that Long Beach Mayor Robert Garcia has delivered his sixth state of the city address came last night amid the devastating covert 19 pandemic that's ravaged not only the city but his own family. We've nearly all known someone who has been ill or has died. For me personally and professionally. This has been the most difficult year. Of my life. He lost both his mother and stepfather to the virus last year, Garcia says Starting next week, the city will begin the process of vaccinating essential workers like teachers, grocery store employees and police officers, and this Saturday. Residents. 75 older can start getting their first dose, Garcia says. It's time to get back on track. Our top priority must be economic relief and recovery. We must invest in local businesses double down on infrastructure investment and help workers out directly. Garcia says. The city has been working with the Biden administration on a massive relief bill, he says, along with things like small business grants, a newly announced tenant assistance program will help to revitalize Long Beach as well. Analytical medalist and ex USC swimmers been charged today in connection with the deadly ride of the U. S. Capitol last week. Video appears to show Clete Keller among those storming the building. Video of the insurrection appears to show the 6 FT. 65 time Olympic swimming medalist inside the Capitol Rotunda. He was wearing an Olympic Olympic team jacket with USA printed on the back and sleeves. According to The New York Times, several former teammates and coaches recognized.
"angelinos" Discussed on KCRW
"Have their voice heard. In a respectful and peaceful way. That is your first Amendment, right? But I cannot emphasize that there must be no violence. No law breaking and no vandalism of any kind. However, Trump, who was impeached on a kind of incitement of insurrection in connection with last week's violent riot that led to five doubts, took no responsibility. President also made no mention of the House impeachment vote. President elect Joe Biden is tapped another Obama era officials Samantha Power to run the U. S agency that oversees foreign aid. NPR's Michele Kelemen reports powers of former ambassador to the U. N and a professor at Harvard. Biden Call's Samantha Power, a quote world renowned voice of conscience and moral clarity. She won a Pulitzer Prize for her book on How to Respond to Genocides. The Irish American was President Obama's ambassador to the U. N, known for her forceful speeches about the atrocities in Syria and another conflict zones. If confirmed to run the U. S Agency for international Development. She would oversee humanitarian assistance programs and democracy and development aid. Biden says he's elevating the position to the National Security Council and once U S. A. I D to help lead a global response to the Corona virus Pandemic. Michele Kelemen. NPR NEWS Washington Tosh closed on a mixed note on Wall Street. Today, the Dow was down eight points. The NASDAQ closed up 56 points the S and P rose eight points. This is NPR. Man for the David Bohnett Foundation newsroom at KCRW on Larry Peral. Here's what's happening at 504. State officials announced today that all residents 65 older can now roll up their sleeves and get a shot of the covert 19 vaccine. It's part of a major expansion of vaccination eligibility guidelines to speed up distribution in California. But Eli's public health director, says the country's county rather won't be able to administer vaccines to those 65 up in the general population anytime soon. We're not done with our health care workers and and we actually Don't have enough vaccine right now, to be able to get done more quickly with our health care workers on we have hundreds of thousands of health care workers that we need to get through in the next couple of weeks. Only county public health has asked the state to send over more vaccine so older Angelinos who aren't health care workers or in long term facilities can get vaccinated in a timely manner. California officials have struggled to distribute its allotment of vaccine doses. So far. As of Monday, the state had received more than 2.4 million doses of the vaccine, but administered less than one third of that. Medical. The state's low income health program would get more than half of the health care dollars under California Governor Newsome's proposed state budget, but advocates say that funding isn't going where it's most needed. Here's Capt. Radio Sammy Kayla. 62% of the money allotted to health and human services would go to medical. The total spent on the program would be up $5 billion from last year. Part of that is because more people are expected to sign up for medical The state estimates the caseload will jump about 12% in the next year and ultimately cover 40% of California's population. But the program won't expand to cover undocumented immigrants over age. 65 vow Newsome made before the pandemic, but then shelved, the governor says he won't make more people eligible for a program that already suffers from long wait times and other barriers to care. He's proposing a full overhaul of medical by 2022 that's captured Osama Kayla, reporting in this year's Hollywood awards season is shuffling around again today. The Screen Actors Guild Awards announced they postponed their show to Easter Sunday comes after the Grammy Awards removed to the.
Ted Danson Is the Mayor of Los Angeles in New TV Show
"Mr mayor is new. Show from rubber karla faye and features a lot of fantastic people and the featuring of a lot of fantastic people is reason to watch it. It's ted danson as the new mayor of los angeles and this is just another one where we're timing is so bad really You know if you are in los angeles you are well aware of what having a somewhat. Bumbling somewhat ineffectual mayor or even having let's just say a mayor whose track record is mixed. Let's just say that. Let's say. Garcetti did some things that the beginning of the pandemic that seemed to be good and then not so much lately. That's an it is it. I'm trying to be tempered. We've definitely had a lot of evidence of what happens in a major city if the mayor is not perfect and so i found myself really kind of unable to laugh at a show where it's like. Ha ha ha. The mayor of los angeles is job is to go to mall. Openings and celery appearances your results on that one may vary as los angelino or at least a los angelino transplant. I also kind of got the feeling that tina fey and rubber karloff. Not so much with the knowing. Anything about los angeles and twenty twenty. The jokes are all really really lazy. Really really facile jokes about california. That in some cases are are two decades old our colleague. Ingo king reviewed it for us and she notes that one of the funniest jokes involves the other candidates who run for mayor against ten danson's character and you stop and realize that the joke that's being made about the other candidates including gary coleman's ghost and a libertarian. Porn star all relate to a recall election. That was fifteen years ago. I mean that is just not finger on the pulse and so all of these things if the show were funnier. It'd be funnier but let's not forget that. Mr mayor was originally conceived as thirty rock spin off that was going to be set in new york featuring alec baldwin reprising his role and baldwin was negotiating for the better part of a year per sources and when he backed out producers went out to ted danson. Ted danson lives in los angeles and did not want to relocate to new york so they moved the show to los an- to being set in los angeles and removed any traces of of its ties to thirty rock. So there's that in the back of your mind
Los Angeles tourism and hotels take serious hits from pandemic
"The hotels are doing. Industry called Leisure and Hospitality is a huge economic driver in greater L. A. It employs a lot of folks you probably know And of course, a lot of those jobs have gone away. Some of those jobs may never come back after this pandemic. The Times reports that one in four hotels Struggling to pay their mortgage and is at risk of foreclosure. Adam Burke is president and CEO of the tourism and Convention. Bored and Heather Roseman is executive director of the Hotel Association of Los Angeles. Welcome to you above Thanks so much, Steve. It's great to be on. Good morning, Heather. I want to start with you. First of all, how many hotels Does the greater Los Angeles area have The greater Los Angeles area has a combination of hotels, motels and bed and breakfasts somewhere in the neighborhood of about 1200. Do they all have to close those hotels? When everything Shut down. I'm thinking back in Middlemarch. When Ella did the stay at home orders or did some hotels managed to stay open because business was still happening, right? The hotel industry was deemed an essential business. At the beginning of the pandemic. We were working to service a couple of government projects, starting with the state of California, looking for rooms to have passengers that were disembarking from cruise ships quarantine for 14 days. From there. We started working with the L. A county to find rooms for covert isolation as well as what then evolved into Project Room Key. So that's something that we're going to talk about in a few moments here on this program, are you starting to see some of those hotels reopen again? Our people venturing out arm or tourists coming back to L. A. I mean, what kind of numbers are you seeing there? During the outside of the pandemic. Hotels did suspend operations in many cases, not knowing exactly whether or not they were allowed to be open. As of last week. We still have 38 hotels that are are closed and we're not sure if those are going to be a temporary or permanent closure, but during the pandemic 157 hotels Did shut down. Initially We are starting to see some of that leisure travel returned to the market. But as we see the occupancy rates rise, we have to consider that the hotels are still operating at a very limited crew. As thie bookings are still only about 50% maximum. Adam occupancy rate, obviously is an important number. You just heard Heather's say, 50%. What's what's the occupancy rate typically in Allah? Well, First of all, I like to reiterate what Heather said. Which is, you know, this has really been devastating for our industry with a lot of your listeners may not realize Steve is prior to the pandemic. Our leisure and hospitality sector was actually the third largest employer in Los Angeles County, representing about one out of every 8.5 jobs across the county. So While we've seen job loss of about one out of every three jobs in leisure and hospitality that's been even more dramatic for the hotel's prior to the pandemic, though, to your question we were seeing average occupancy is in the city about 83% and, you know, Fortunately, we started to see some gradual recovery. But that had declined to his low is about 20% with a lot of hotels, actually sitting in the single digits Right now we're seeing occupancies that are in the 40% range, and it really to your point is being fueled by locals. It's really Angelino starting to safely and responsibly. Get out and take staycations right here in their own backyard. I want to. I want to talk about that, because one of the things that you guys have been doing I know is pushing more Angelenos. To go out and stay in local hotels. If you're able to how do you suppose did I mean it? Is there a conflict with you guys? When you say Well, we want you to go stay at a hotel. But there is this pandemic still happening. Yeah, it's a great question. So the first of all, I will say we've actually been working with the Los Angeles Department of County Health to develop safety protocols for all the various sectors of our industry. So that we can make sure that we are protecting our guests were protecting our employees. Equally important, So the idea of pushing people to get out in about probably, I would say it a little bit differently, Which is what we've done is We've put together a program called Love, which is really by Angelinos for Angelenos. So we've put together over 100 special offers, including not just hotels, but our local attractions in restaurants so that for people who are comfortable getting out and about it's more affordable and easier to dio. And you know when people ask, what can I do? We know, for example, that if those who have the means had just three visits to a local attraction or museum, supported three of our local restaurants and had just won three night stay. In an area hotel that would actually help us recover over 21,000 jobs in L, a county and what it would inject about $1.4 billion back into our local business community. Heather, How
"So the show is Asian enough. I don't know what you feel when you think about the name but I feel like a lot of Asian Americans have trouble kind of feeling like they're enough whether you visit the home country and they make fun of the way you speak the language. Yeah totally someone has their own ideas about being Asian is and you just like you don't live up to it. We're kind of like about the idea that everyone's aged enough and there's also a culinary Asian enough as well. There's a lot of double standards when it comes to non Asians cooking Asian versus Asians cooking. Asian so yeah I I yeah. You're never enough. You Never American enough. You're never Asian enough. I'm Diane Chinese two cultures. I'm not enough. So I was like the intro to our podcast. There you go there you go and steal my sound bite so we have a bit. I guess one of our first questions is jet. Who are you yeah? I'm a native Angelino. First Generation American kid from my family I was lucky enough to come from the first Thai food family in America Right. I think I think if you go back in time. Most people knew me for being the kid that dropped their groceries. Offer bagged their groceries from Bangkok market. If you were if you worked in a restaurant in Los Angeles from the seventies to the two thousands you knew of my family's grocery store but more recently you might know me from being the floor reporter from Iron Chef America or you know judge on cutthroat kitchen be bobby flay guy's grocery games about six different shows on food network but at the end of the day. I Cook and I'm a storyteller. And that's it. And and and some sometimes a cultural anthropologist. I think those are the easiest ways to describe who I am kid from. La who likes to eat food and is constantly trying to figure out who I am. Where did I come from? What am I doing here is still trying to figure that totally in my mid forties. I still trying to figure out what my places here you know. I'm not around trying to raise two kids and be a good husband and father. That was great. That was such evocative answer to that question relatable. We're all trying to figure it out still so One of the reasons we wanted to have you on was just that story of food and and in your family that you told a little bit in your intro and was it hard to decide to go into food. Why why did you go into food mostly? Because I really don't know much else. In life to be brutally honest. My grandparents escaped. Communism left China to go to Thailand. My parents were born in Thailand. Lament here in the sixties. So you know I. I come from three generations of restaurant tours period and it was the craft that that gave my family an opportunity in this country right. We were poor And so I was raised in the grocery store and then I was raised in the restaurants and then I was raised in the farms in the fields of the produce company. So I tried to rebel up until I was twenty then I finally succumbed and I said this kind of is the only thing. I'm good at in life. So it's it was by no choice so you didn't grow up wanting to go into food then I well I had. I was in food right and I was trying to run away from food. I got was a security guard for minute. I sold cell phones for a minute. I installed alarm systems. I mean those are all the good things that I could talk about. I mean do you know what I mean. I dropped out of high school. Yeah you know so pretty typical kid. That wasn't a super high achiever for until I was like twenty years old Pretty typical chef's chef's jeans. You know I think black sheep rebel but not really because I wanted to be. I just didn't know I can't stay in a straight line. I can't live in a box. Is that the characteristic of chef and the older I get the more I come back to. It is a product of trauma. Were all basically either trying to relive a trauma or run away from a trauma and I think the traumas that I had were having nonexistent parents right wanting attention so acting out to get attention. They're always in the restaurant at the grocery store. One hundred percent and we were stuck their days off zero ride. They were never home. So when I was at the markets I was hanging out with my parents or the restaurants. I'd no choice so I think it was a constant cry for attention on my part but that is a common thread. I think in a lot of colon areas but for me it was very very kind of linear is very like pay attention to me right and I'm just GonNa do dumb stuff until you do. And then eventually you adopted the language of food. Yeah Yeah Look. I think I was born with it more than anything. You know what I mean. If it takes ten thousand hours to become an expert at something I was a grocery expert. By the time I was fifteen I was a culinary expert. By the time I was twenty. You know what I mean so I knew every skewing our grocery store so I had concurrent apprentice ships at a restaurant apprenticeship at a grocery store apprenticeship and then. I had a produce farming
The Happy Foot/Sad Foot Sign of Los Angeles
"On monocle. Twenty four brought to you by the team behind the urban est the show. What about the cities we live in this week? MANACLES COLLARTOO Rabelo. Takes us to the neighborhood of Silverlake in Los Angeles to show story of an unassuming thanks city icon a rotating sign outside foot clinic and trade. Let's listen in. There are many things that define the city of Los Angeles Palm Trees. The Hollywood sign film film studios scattered around and Winding Hills. That surround the city. One thing that I discovered upon moving there was that for residence of the east side that it is around as Silverlake and echo park areas. There's another item to be added to that list. The humble happy foot slash sad foot sign at first glance it might seem odd that the billboard of a podiatrist has become the unsung hero of a neighborhood. Mud there's more to the story than this sitting in the intersection between Sunset Boulevard and Benton way this blue sign advertises the foot clinic back in an unassuming strip mall one of the money that you can find in this car. Centric city with a Navy blue background to cartoons grace as the sign on one side a happy and healthy foot and on the other hand bandaged up sat foot holding on for dear life to a pair of of crutches every day and night assign slowly rotates on US access and here it's where the mystique surrounding its it's existence begins to make sense. You see this is one of the busiest intersections in the city and as scores drive by on their way to work important meetings a date or to simply hang out with friends. The sign has kind of become a sort of fortune teller for residence. If when when you drive by you see too happy foot that could be taken as a sign that you'll have a good day or be successful at a particular event or a goal that you have coming up or maybe you should say yes to something on the other hand if you stumble upon the sad fort while that's bad news for you from the Urban Tarot card reader. Perhaps you want go to that gym class after all or want. Make that phone call or worse you have have to brace for. What's not going to be a good day at all of course as with any superstition? This is not inaccurate. Fortune fortune-telling instrument. There's something quite mystical about this. Humble sign being embraced and cherished by Angelenos while having such an impact Own Their state of mind and decision making capabilities but this is not just an urban tale. The happy I sat foot sign has been immortalized. Allies in popular culture to it is featured in Jonathan Lethem's novel you don't love me yet. On David Foster Wallace's the Pale king in music deals have track titled Sad Foot Sign Serve. ooh And the musician back has spoken about it. In an interview to despite its cult following last year residents woke woke up to worrying news the foot clinic was moving premises and the sign was going to be taken down and destroyed a pop. Up Store was launch to help save an restored. The happy for sat foot blue sign. Here you could buy pins t shirts hats and more featuring the iconic collaborations of the two feet in September when it got taken down the team behind the store why kit trading post decided to take the signed signed to their store in east Hollywood while the clinic the side Swat to do it. It's not the same as driving by it every day but if it's any consolation consolation it means that the sign still belongs to Angelinos and hopefully we'll be back to. Its rotating position in an unassuming intersection soon. For now I'll take solace in the fact that whenever I
'Say something if you see something' alert from LAPD
"The LAPD is asking every Angelino to say something if you see something that alert was issued after yesterday's US strike Iran please continue to stress there is no current threat to Los Angeles for the situation is being monitored Ellie is home to a sizeable US Iranian population
Supplements Are Not Integral to Muscle Building
"We kick start this episode. I do want to say that supplements on not integral to Muscle Alah building is not compulsory to be smashing protein. Powders and as in order to build muscle supplements are exactly what they say in the name. They should be Supplementary or additional to a regular balanced diet when you're thinking about muscle building you need to remember the core principles of gaining muscles lion being a calorie surplus so you're taking more energy than you're spending your seen each be training. Your muscles are putting them on the attention on those trading and causes the muscles to get micro tears in the muscle fibers and then when you let the muscle repair a cellular proce occurs whereby muscle fibers fused together to form a new proteins. Rondo my fibrils WPRO Margaret rose increase in thickness and number to create muscle hypertrophy or muscle grave very oversimplified version of. What exactly is going on? And because I wanted to specifically focus on supplementation overseas well you all know that you need to progressively overload your muscles trading so this is increasing the weights or resistance is over time as well as the the volume. You could do instead every week or the rest time. In between different sets for example so supplementation does not come into any any of these core principles however obviously I mentioned that the stars you do need to have a balanced diet and that means you need begetting. Adequate protein as protein is is made up pollino acids which are the building blocks for muscle growth and you need to be getting enough. Protein to achieve protein synthesis to prison. Thesis is a naturally Klay carrying process in which protein is produced to repent muscle damage caused by intense exercise. And this is where all supplements obviously come into play. Many people are very busy sometimes to understand that they need adequate levels of each different macronutrients into their body and yeah shoveling for time in so consuming a protein shake obviously made by one of the big supplement. Companies would be my approach to nutrition. They tried to make it as convenient quick possible to help you. Hit adequate protein level spy providing protein shakes which can be made to own meal and they usually contain around twenty grams of protein per shake and according to Doug Putting Jones soon who has a PhD in his and professor of nutrition and metabolism at the University of Texas Medical Branch. Skeletal Muscle Protein. Synthesis is maximized by I twenty five to thirty five grams of protein during a meal. So if you get in that twenty gums from a protein shake medal of maybe in thirty grams the milk you have your obviously getting the maximum. Absorption of protein into the muscles for growth underpass. Now there are loads of other supplements. I weren't guarantee today from pre workouts which contain ingredients such it just be to alanine which is an acid increases. The levels of Kon Zien in your muscle was on. This is key when it comes to controlling muscle fatigue so you can trayful longer and get more volume in your workouts putting your Muslim. The more strache honesty aiming for progressive load there's also as or branched chain amino acids and what's the most important of these is Lucienne. This activator certain Paul Way in the body that actually stimulates the process of muscle protein synthesis however no other way protein does contain all this angelino acids needed to build muscle. So you don't necessarily need amino acids as supplements as well as away protein on as I said there are many other supplements delve into today. We might look at at in later on episodes which is blue to me and then creating but the main point I wanted to crawl slots the Most commonly supplement such as way protein or other Persian supplements on not essential to Muslim Persian decision to building muscle. Best if you recognize you. Struggle to get an adequate levels of protein than supplementation could be the way to go to enjoy O.. Hitting your daily macro goals. Hopefully that was very insightful. For you learned a lot are now you can stand. You don't need spending hundreds of dollars a month on a different supplements
California joins other states to sue Trump administration over new immigration rule
"An estimated twelve thousand Angelinos could be denied housing aid because of their legal status if a parent propose trump administration changes to federal housing in immigration rules take a fact details from KPCC is Emily Elena Dugdale new federal rules published this week aim to disqualify immigrants from getting a green card or other form of legal status if they abuse public benefits including housing aid the change comes on top of an earlier proposal from the trump administration to prohibit unauthorized immigrants from living in public housing in a city like Los Angeles the speed of a state that alley Housing Authority president Doug got three he says about thirty percent of people in LA public housing live in a mixed status household meaning at least one person lacks legal status in most cases the unauthorized immigrants are the parents of US citizens so got reset the changes to federal policy could have picked entire families from public housing and forced those who get better housing subsidies into the extremely tight private market wanna who didn't want to use her last name because she doesn't have legal status lives with her young daughter in Ramona gardens a public housing project in Boyle heights she says her community is living in fear I mean yeah Hey I'm the troll she says children are asking what am I going to do who is going to take care of me where am I going to live she says it's like living through a third World War except instead of guns it's psychological California and a handful of other states sued the trump administration this week over the public charge
Los Angeles Rams Struggle to Find Local TV Audience
"The Los Angeles Rams are headed to the Super Bowl in Atlanta on Sunday for the first time since two thousand two but the team is still struggling to attract a local television audience joining us now via Skype from Los Angeles is Wall Street Journal. Reporter Joe Flint, Joe, as you note, the Rams have had an impressive run up to the big game on Sunday. But that still doesn't seem to be drumming up a TV audience locally. What were you able to find in terms of the recent ratings, and what can you tell us about some of the reasons why? Well, the Rams moved here three years ago from Saint Louis, of course, they had been in Los Angeles for many decades up until the mid nineties. Yeah. There's interest in the team and their numbers are growing, but compared to other football markets the Rams are far behind in the ratings and last two weeks ago when the Rams were playing to get into the Super Bowl, and they were playing the saints the biggest game in the franchise's. Yeah. In three decades, and it. Ended up losing in the ratings to the patriots chiefs game. And then I just thought that was very tally that the Rams don't have a long way to go to get Angelinos behind them. It's a tough market for a lot of reasons why it's really a Lakers and dodgers town versed inform os and to the Rams when they left there wasn't a lot of goodwill, and they have to win that back and three. Yeah. The cliche of Los Angeles. But there's a lot here to do instead of sitting in front of the television. So I think those are all factors here having said that the other thing as readers point out to me that oh wealth the raiders moved to Los Angeles. Instead, there'd be big crowds. And there may be something to that. They still show rate or games here. And in many ways LA is still kind of raider town after all these years
How Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie Really Feel About Their Custody Agreement
"Be uncomfortable for everybody at this point. I know. Well, I kind of was looking at what people were saying about it. And what it did fifty fifty people think half of the people think Brandon is team has been lying and sugar codeine, and then other people that that she was to public in the beginning. And then the courts filled them to stop and. I just think no. I want it all to go away. And I wished the kids the best. Yep. Some people than the other thing is Angelinos about protecting his kids. The kids Brad was more about protecting his images image. Because why did he have to do so much smearing of the mother of his children not coming from him sources close show that OPR kale thing? Yeah. If you're just joining us Laurean ironclad hosting ask. No, thank goodness. Wait. Let me read the story. Breaking news. Kevin is doing it. L A and Julia they came to us. Eleven hours too late. We posted Ellen Degeneres. She's apparently done a comedy special for Netflix called. I know she she got the money, but I long time longtime her since two thousand and three so we keep in your wake there recession. You'll get you weren't case put somebody heard the intake. Now. Thanks for bringing it up. Yeah. No. I heard it. I just thought everyone else stick is. It was just a you're waking up we heard oxygen. Yes. They're very moment. Look at that. And if you want to know what the most tweeted about TV shows were SNL Roseanne, Grey's anatomy, the Walking Dead big brother, and the voice also the parolee calendar. Great photos posted that. Oh, yeah. I'm glad you didn't poke post the coffin. The naked nano. Parolee they're wary who's any famous young. How did I think is the I get paid a lot of money to pose with a tire? Yeah. Well, why don't you do campaign for that? Because that's not something that's going to happen. The other thing was going to happen either. But you know, all right, listen, we come back. We gotta Holly in the dirt alert mytalk one zero
U.S. Appeals Court Judge Reinhardt known as the 'liberal lion', dies
"This isn't a retirement this is an an appointment this was a decision made by god because one of the most liberal if they the most liberal circuit judges in the country has died judge stephen reinhardt of the us ninth circuit court of appeals passed away he died of a heart attack during a visit to a dermatologist in los angeles so he was eighty seven years old so judge stephen reinhardt will be replaced because of his passing eric garcetti incidentally the mayor of l a called reinhardt one of the greatest jurists of our time a searingly brilliant angelino and true progressive icon no question he was a progressive icon and he is no longer with us so we'll see this is this is again why the trump election is so important when you consider justices appointed to the federal bench all over the country we're seeing conservatives replace justices like stephen reinhardt but back to this tyranny line for just a moment because most of a c the attempt to repeal the second amendment as tyranny and i believe with all of my heart this is the galvanizing motivating act salute homerun for people to go to the polls this this november consider this john paul stevens writes an op ed in the new york times saying that the answer to violence in school shootings in america is to repeal the second amendment how much pushback if you heard from democrats how many democrat leaders have you heard say that's wrong how many democrats have denounced retired justice john paul stevens they're not denouncing him because it's how they feel they don't want to come out and say it but they it's absolutely what they believe and it's not just it's just not just politicians you know i grew up as a kid listening to larry king larry king was one of my heroes he used to have an overnight show on the mutual broadcasting network and as a kid growing up in ohio when i knew i wanted to do this for a living he undoubtedly helped pave the way in terms of my thought process of what i wanted to be when i grew up and at night i would have a transistor radio literally under the covers because my mom would want me to be up at late and i would listen to larry king late at night he went on of course to host the.