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"aretha " Discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

07:51 min | 3 months ago

"aretha " Discussed on Fresh Air

"The chair which was co written by. Amanda peet now does character. Professor kim has become the chair of the english department and is in a position of authority. She finds herself in a conflict zone. The colleges hemorrhaging enrollments and the older tenured professors being challenged by students and young progressive professors calling out racism and sexism on campus. In this scene. She goes to speak to an older male professor in her department. He's the chair of the tenure committee for doctor. Yasmin mckay a young black professor known as yeahs. Who's become a star in the department and has a big following on social media. Her classes are packed. Few students sign up for his classes. Instead of just lecturing while teaching moby dick yes has her students make presentations about the novel in which they can talk about or wrap their take on the story. Professor kim wants the older male professor to strongly support tenure. For yes but she sends us his disapproval. He's played by bob balabagn. Sandra oh's character speaks i. Your tenure has is going to include material on her teaching rain or wouldn't it. I think it's important that you highlight. How innovative pedagogy is the flip classroom specimen of that will be on display in. Today's seminar. Could you maybe include a mention of it. She is hot right now. She has over eight thousand followers on twitter. I mean that's more than all of us. Put together you know who joins himself by the number of his followers. Jim jones david. Koresh has isn't a cult leader. Elliot's uses only twelve followers. I suppose that makes him a loser. Because of her our students are excited about literature that was written hundred and fifty years ago. I know in your. Hey that's right. Now's not my heyday. Look i don't want to pull rank here but as the chair of the department. I knew i'm not saying this. As your superviso-supervisor it is the best thing for the department and the right thing to do for yes or just do it central. Oh welcome back to fresh air. Congratulations on this series. It is a pleasure to have you back on the show. Thank you terry. It's so good to speak to your gun. Are there seems in this series that resonate in your own life about race ethnicity generational conflict. Oh my god. I just just that scene. You see how professor. Kim moment after a moment you see how. She's just shifting and folding herself trying to get what she wants trying to get what she wants out of. Elliot play bob alabama. She's i starts by cajoling and then she starts by kind of like oh bringing him into the cool side to recognize him and then she just gets angry and so something like that. You know like all the different ways you just need to learn to try and get people to do what you want them to do. So you can run your department. I mean i feel all of us understand that the going to your your question about like the greater themes of being a woman and a person of color know in an institution i yeah. I really really understand that profoundly. There's a scene in which there's a korean ceremony held for a one year old. I'll ask you to describe the ceremony. And if you're familiar with it from traditions in your own family or not oh sure. It's a hundred day. Ceremony called toby and basically on the hundredth day of the baby's life. There's a big celebration. There's lots of food but what happens is is that you put all these objects in front of the baby and all these objects means something. A pencil is a writer. You know a pot is shaft. Money is money in the end. it's whatever Whatever the baby crawls to. I and tries to grab is supposedly their destiny. You know tells their future So it's a fun ceremony. Not that i had one. Did your parents have one. When they were growing up. Were know what actually. I don't know whether my parents had one when they grew up. It was a tough time in korea. You know the occupation. And all that stuff so i don't know i should ask that but it was only my brother had one he did. How come he had one. And you didn't come on. I'm not. I'm like the middle child. I'm the second girl hiding. No get one so in the past year or so you became pretty outspoken about anti-asian attacks and crimes and you know this was during covert and it was during the period which i don't know are we still in this period. When there's a lot of anti-asian attacks in part i think. Would you agree that this is in part because of trump when he was president calling covert the chinese virus. You know i. I i would like to put it all on one person but it's not you know. Obviously racism runs deep and it still still going on in a way where people still feel frightened. And they're fighting for their elderly pair appearance and grandparents and their fighting for themselves It's a tough time. It's tough time and says it is a tough time for everyone and it is you know again. What you your point of view and what you make of it I think what you might be referring to is. It's after the shootings in atlanta. I was we. Were shooting in the chair. And i was in pittsburgh and i for me. I don't consider myself a big activist. It's just about the need to connect and it was that week in that we can. I just wanted. I just knew there's got to be there. Had to be a march or rally somewhere in pittsburgh i mean there's a lot of universities there and so i found one and i invited the the cast and crew and it was really tough because again it was during covert and it was even invite the crew to a gathering where where there are lots of people and most everyone was asked but it was important thing for me to do. 'cause i i just felt like i needed to connect with the asian american community and i didn't really. I don't really know what i had to offer other than to say like. Let's let's work through this fear that we have. Because that's that's what will destroy if we if we've been to the fear. Did you experience that fear directly. Oh sure oh sure in the ways of you know when you are known person wearing a mask is of great because knowing because people will give you a little bit more before they can figure out who you are. So i've relished kind of having pockets of anonymity back behind a mask but having said that what has raised is that. Oh i in clearly. An asian lady wearing a mask and sometimes wearing a mask where other people are not wearing a mask and you can just tell i mean as a woman you name. It says as a woman. You're walking somewhere. Let's say it's dark or you're walking through and there's groups of you know dudes you know everything just kind of goes up. You just get more aware. And you're you're you're you're ready for things so i feel like absolutely I know that i know that. I'm tremendously protected by my good fortune and privilege But you know. I'm also still an asian woman. Your parents immigrated from south korea. Did they speak korean in the house when you were growing up..

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‘Respect’ Brings Aretha Franklin's Story to the Big Screen

The Director's Cut

01:41 min | 3 months ago

‘Respect’ Brings Aretha Franklin's Story to the Big Screen

"Today's episode takes us behind. The scenes of director lethal tommy's new biographical drama respect. The film follows the remarkable life of the queen of soul aretha franklin from her early days singing in her father's church choir to her journey to find her voice in the midst of the turbulent social and political landscape of nine hundred sixty s america to becoming a legendary international musical superstar in addition to respect ms thomas other direct royal credits. Include episodes of dolly. Parton heartstrings mrs fletcher jessica jones. The walking dead insecure diet land and queens schober following recent screening of the film at the dj theater in new york. Ms thomas spoke of fellow. Director rod blank about filming respect. Listen on their spoiler Conversation liza congratulations. Thank you thank you. I'm saying that as your sister of cinema your former flatmate former golden girl So so thrilled for you and what's to come on this. What a way to begin a career as a film director. And so i guess my first question to you is like what does it feel like being on this side of things now that the film is done and out into the world how do you where are you inside. I feel more tired than i've ever felt in my life. I didn't know that doing the press would be more tiring than actually shooting the film. No one told me that

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"aretha " Discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

05:32 min | 3 months ago

"aretha " Discussed on Fresh Air

"What does this mean to you when you sang it. I mean really. Part of the backdrop of the song was a hit during the civil rights movement. And i think respect had a lot of meanings in the song for your listeners. One was you know just the respect you wanted from a man in a relationship but it also had a larger resonance with the civil rights movement kind of larger social cultural sense of respect. Yes in in later times. It was picked up as a battlecry by the civil rights movement. But when i recorded it It was pretty much male female kind thing and and more in a general sense from person to person I'm gonna give you respect. And i'd like to have that respect back or i expect respect to be given back. As we mentioned the song i think resonated with the civil rights movement Your family was good friends with Martin luther king how how well did you know dr king. Dr king was a family friend and a very good friend of my dad's and occasionally he would come to detroit and spend time in our home or at our church at my dad's church. I went out In the early days of civil rights movement and did some performances for him along with s. Tomorrow and harry bellefontaine and different other vocalists Bernard li you was a foot soldier. Revenue jackson With dr king in those days we the franklin thank you so much for talking with us. Thank you my pleasure. Thank you so much for having me. My interview with aretha franklin recorded in nineteen ninety nine. If you want to see how. Jennifer hudson portrays aretha check out the new bio-pic respect tomorrow on fresh air. We begin our summer of soul series with interviews from our archive highlighting some of the singers and musicians featured in summer of soul this summer's documentary about the nineteen sixty nine harlem cultural festival. The film showcases performances from the festival along with new interviews. About how the festival reflected changes in black music and culture over the next few days will hear from gladys knight mavis staples. bb king. messa kayla. Max roach and abbey lincoln tomorrow. We'll hear from the film's director emir. Quest thompson founder. Of the band the roots. Which is the house band for the tonight show. He's also famous for his almost encyclopedic knowledge of soul. Orrin be hip hop and pop. A hope you'll join us. Fresh air's executive producer is danny miller our technical director. An engineer is audrey bentham. Roberta shorrock directs the show. I'm terry gross. Relationships have been tested in all kinds of new ways that prolonged uncertainty is accompanied with a sense of grief and loss building resilient relationships. That's next time on the ted radio hour from npr..

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"aretha " Discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

01:47 min | 3 months ago

"aretha " Discussed on Fresh Air

"You end up this otis redding song. Well i heard mr reading's version of it. I just loved it. I decided that. I wanted to record it and my sister caroline and i got together. I was living in a small apartment On the west side of detroit and piano by the window watching the cars go by and We came up with that infamous. Line the sock it to me line was a cliche of the day. Actually we didn't just come up with it. It was really really was cliche. Some of the girls were saying that to the fellows like to me this way or sock it to me in that way a nothing sexual and it's not sexual. It was non-sexual.

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"aretha " Discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

02:27 min | 3 months ago

"aretha " Discussed on Fresh Air

"To the idea. My interview with jerry wexler was recorded in nineteen ninety-three at the public radio conference in washington. Dc he died in two thousand eight in the new aretha bio-pic respect he's played by marc maron coming up my interview with songwriter and studio musician. Dan penn who wrote many of the soul hits of the sixties including aretha hit. Do right woman do right man. This is fresh air. One of the hits that came out of aretha. Franklin's first.

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"aretha " Discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

08:26 min | 3 months ago

"aretha " Discussed on Fresh Air

"Today. Show is dedicated to aretha. Franklin on columbia records signed aretha in nineteen sixty. The label saw her as a potential jazz star. But you never broke through in nineteen sixty seven. She started recording for the atlantic label with producer. Jerry wexler who was a partner at the label. His specialty was finding great singers and matching them with the right band and backup singers to create a sound that was both artistically true and commercially successful. He led aretha write her own songs. Play piano and use her sisters backup singers. Some of the greatest soul and rhythm and blues recordings wouldn't have been made if it weren't for jerry. Wexler the shortlist of other people. He worked with includes the drifters. Ray charles. bob. Dylan wilson pickett otis redding etta james and solomon burke. Wexler died in two thousand eight. I spoke with him in nineteen ninety-three in front of an audience at a public radio conference in washington. Dc he had written a new memoir called rhythm and the blues. Jerry wexler welcome to fresh air. It's great to be the blog. My book i wanna get started with you work with the retha franklin. I think it's a good place to start if she had made about. Oh ten or so recordings on columbia records before coming to atlantic. John hammond produced her. He was producing her like a jazz singer. Kind of in the dinah washington tradition you when she came to atlanta you work with her. You heard something completely different. What did you hear when you started producing. I heard the aretha franklin who sang in church who sang precious lord when she was thirteen years old and a man in the audience was over comey said he said listen. Listen listened and i listened and it wasn't so much that i tried a new approach to her. It's that what she did fit very well in with what we were doing anyhow. We sat her down at the piano. Play herself which. I don't think she'd done on the records before the not very much. What was it like it muscle shows. What did you hear there in that. Southern sound that you wanted Well it was the way they recorded which was ad lib recording with written arrangements buildings from the get-go just from the chords and the musicians made fabulous entre bution so leaves were arrangements which we all together and they were just as much arrangements as anything that was ever done by henry. Main seaney in the sense of being an arranged piece of music. He took a razor down to muscle shoals recorded like a track and a half with her and there was this really big fight. What was the there was an explosion. That went on because of too much jack daniels and not enough prudence and had to do with ted wide was aretha husband at the time who got into an dangerous over friendly drinking from the same jug with the gentleman who couldn't best be described as a card carrying redneck trumpet player and it got into we call thousands of southern dozens and then it got nasty and the session blew up and we went back to new york with one song complete which was never loved a man and a three piece track on the other side which was to right woman and all we had their rhythm guitar bass and drums which is not a whole lot to go on no vocal. No piano no background vocal. And then we finished by bringing aretha in her sisters into the studio was a pretty good piece of extemporisation in that starting with this very minimal track aretha laid down an organ part and a piano part and then she sang the lead and then she and assist has got to get into the background and it was a very full finished record put together. I'd say what's been showing him. You produced respect. Is there story behind. How the socrates landed on their well. This story is that when otis redding did it It was an entirely different song. The soccer tournaments were aretha. Franklin's idea where she injected into the song which noted certain idea of social respect probably the notion of ethnic respect combined with a little judicious loop brigetti on her pot. The respect that she was talking about was what you might go very bluntly called proper sexual attention but it was. Her trans transmutation of otis reddings little southern song. As a matter of fact i was mixing the record in our studio pro and oldest walked in. He said that little gal done took my song but he meant it in a very kindly way. 'cause he saw the cash registers. Your first studio was actually the office of atlanta crackers. Because when alantic was young he didn't have a studio. So would you do. You'd move out the chairs into the hallway to record. We did have a studio office and it was a studio because we had equipment in my partner. And i shared this big room. We had two desks. That were catty-cornered kanter toward each other. And what we do is push them against the war stack them and then our engineer dowd. Which set out cam. Chairs a few microphones and mike in the hall for echo. You work with otis redding a lot. His career. I was not honest as producer. I want you to realize that. Otis was produced at stax records in memphis by that great team. Jim stewart and book athenian geez. It's the especially steve cropper. You saw him change a lot as he became an what was he like in the beginning before he was very famous. When what was. This was very simple very unaffected by. He had the magic and when he came to new york after his first hit record. I picked them up the airport. No road east. Nobody no nothing just Just solo this and he opened at the apollo and he just stood there just straight on with his arms at his side. Didn't move another one. Who started like that was marvin gaye. But they learned some stagecraft. But what really kicked autists into moving was having to follow. Sam and dave hughes the be described as stateful of jackie. Wilson's really great. Now we were talking before. Hey you brought aretha franklin down to muscle shoals alabama you wilson. Pickett down too nervous to record write. You really loved southern sound. That was coming out of the bands. There why did you think of bringing him there. Well everything was winding down in new york. I mean it was entropy. We couldn't get our own way. We had been very successful year after year but our style of recording was regular old time standard style using ranges with written arrangements. Now when you have to change an arrangement and you almost always do To accommodate the vicissitudes of way you're going. It's toll agony for the entrepreneur to see that clock on around while a man is going around with an eraser erasing little notes on thirteen charts and this sudden style recording. Where is just all you have is called indications you go out. You're single lick. Do it like this fellow's bang. Here's the new cord. But maybe that's overstating but actually there's a spontaneity and fantastic new element that content because the musicians organic.

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"aretha " Discussed on GSMC Social Media News Podcast

GSMC Social Media News Podcast

05:57 min | 3 months ago

"aretha " Discussed on GSMC Social Media News Podcast

"Covering seemingly social media news topics which includes jennifer hudson's role in the movie respect in her. Take on it on an update. J.lo's love life after be talking about michelle branch and how. She has recently announced that she is pregnant despite previous miscarriage and we're going to wrap with ply celebrities who use stage names and the backstory's of the stage names so stay tuned for that in. Let's go ahead and get into it for today. Servants jennifer hudson in the movie respect in her take on the role. I found this when i was looking at current event stories on cnn so this is actually a cnn article. And we'll just go ahead and jump into it. So the name is jennifer. Hudson thinks. She knows why aretha franklin chose her for respect. So jennifer hudson has aretha franklin to thank in part for her career. Hudson first came to fame in two thousand four finalists on american idol. She auditioned for the reality singing competition with franklin song. Share your love with me and fast forward to twenty one. In hudson is now a grammy winning singer annan academy award winning actress whom franklin handpicked to portray her in the biopic respect prior to her death in twenty eighteen. Hudson won the best supporting actress oscar into dozen seven four her performance injury in girls. What's told cnn. She's long considered wild queen of soul wanted her in the role she says. This is beyond singing acting. I think she saw something in me. I would not have been able to go as decided as i did to tell the story in honest way without my own life experiences so i think she saw that in me as well everything else. As far as being an actress. Gina singer respect tells the story of the of franklin from the little girl singing in her father's church in detroit to the megastar who had gone to become. The first woman inducted into rock and roll hall of fame along the way the tragedy and triumph. Something hudson can absolutely relate to from her elimination too early in the eyes of many who cheered her on on american idol to the incredibly painful murders of her mother. Brother a young nephew at the hands of her sister's boyfriend. E upton has persevered through great. Adversity brings that to her portrayal of franklin. And then. there's hudson's voice she sings. the song. Herself in co star marlon wayans. Who plays franklin's allegedly abusive hudson. Spend ten white pulled cnn. Franklin wanted someone who had the pipes to pull it off quote. Sheaf saw herself as great and only a great compla- her lanson wayans in hudson have had some intense scene portraying the couple sometimes fraught marriage in both at challenging given how much they like each other in real life wayne said he was intentional and how he portrayed white who was married to franklin in the early days of her career from nineteen sixty one to nineteen sixty nine. He says. i think my interpretation of ted white was to play damage not to play scary. The most scary thing about a damage person is things they do to prove a point. I tried to bring a level of vulnerably vulnerability to type. Because i wanted the audience to feel some type of way about tied and aretha and wanting to and wanting them to make it preparing to play. Franklin was never a never ending process for hudson who even learn how to play piano to fritter mercer self in the role she said co-star audra mcdonald who played franklin's mother. Barbara summed it up when she signed me on. This is a heavy live to tell about the biopic but hudson wouldn't have it any other way. Those are the things. I tend to gravitate to it. Seems she said because. It's so honest in real enroll in respect hits theaters. This friday which. I would be definitely interested in going to see that. I wanted to get more on Who aretha franklin was as a person in kind of what the movie like. Talk more about basically more in depth about the movies. Let's go ahead and get into who aretha. Franklin is a person. I because she's the starfish show pretty much so she was born. Aretha louise's franklin on march twenty fifth nineteen forty two. Choose an american singer songwriter. In ns she's referred to as the queen of soul and she is regarded as the most influential female vocalist of the nineteen sixties. Franklin began her career as a child singer gospel at a new baffled. Baptist church in detroit michigan where her father. C l franklin was minister at the age of eighteen. She embarked on a secular music career as a recording artist for columbia records while her career did not immediately flourish. She found a claim commercial. Success after singing with atlantic records in nineteen sixty six hit songs such as i never loved a man the way i love you respect you make feel like a natural woman chain of fools think and i say a little prayer propelled her past her musical pierce. Franklin continued to record acclaimed album such as never loved a man. The way i love you lady. Soul spirit in the dark young gifted and black amazing grace in sparkle before experiencing problems with record company. She left atlantic in nineteen seventy nine and signed with arista records. She appeared in the nineteen. Eighty louis runners. Before releasing the successful albums jumped to it. Who's zoom in harrow. and aretha on the artiste label. I'm sorry on the arista label in nineteen ninety eight. Franklin returned to the top forty with lauren hill produced song over roses. Still rose later. She released an album of the same name which was certified gold franklin recorded one hundred twelve charted singles on billboard including seventy seven hot one hundred entries seventeen top ten singles..

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'Free Guy' Gives Box Office a Lift, Opening With $28.4M

AP News

00:36 sec | 3 months ago

'Free Guy' Gives Box Office a Lift, Opening With $28.4M

"Ryan Reynolds action comedy free guy was the top draw at the box office over the weekend I marquees are loaded with the latest my name is Scott and I live in a free society free guy brought in an estimated twenty eight point four million dollars in ticket sales in its debut weekend which is pretty good in the covert nineteen era what made it significant is that unlike a lot of movies lately it was only released to theaters no streaming Reynolds has already said Disney wants a freak a sequel don't brief two minutes debut this weekend in second with ten point six million dollars in sales jungle cruise was third in the Aretha Franklin film respect was in fourth

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"aretha " Discussed on TIME's Top Stories

TIME's Top Stories

04:20 min | 3 months ago

"aretha " Discussed on TIME's Top Stories

"L franklin's possessiveness of his daughter and her talents and of her first meeting with the magnetic ultra cool ted white marlon wayans the man who would become her husband and manager and later her abuser. We see her confidence in her gifts. Practically take shape in the air like defiant ghosts during her first recording session at fame studios in muscle shoals alabama surrounded by an all white band. One of the factors that led to whites storming out of the session taking franklin with him she shows them who's boss urging them to follow her lead as she frames. I never loved a man at the piano. They follow dutifully their egos drifting to the floor like dust which is exactly where they belonged. In franklin's presence as with all show biz bios the rise to fame as the most compelling segment of respect. Franklin's increasingly dazzling. Wardrobe is part of that story costume designer. Clint ramos traces that evolution with an array of lady like tweed coats that eventually give way to dreamy. Sequined dresses. Franklin's beloved firs symbols of hard earned wealth and luxury but also kind of armor or so well represented there practically characters in themselves. Tommy working from a screenplay by tracey scott wilson which was drawn from a story by thelma and louise writer kelly. Corey stresses franklin civil rights activism and her forthright desire to use her music as a means of change but respect is straightforward about her diva behavior to particularly her tendency toward overwork and drinking which often caused her to throw tantrums or miss performances in respect when franklin behaves badly those around her ascribe her behavior to demons a convenient shorthand for burdens. They can't possibly understand by the time she was sixteen. Franklin had given birth to two children largely raised by her grandmother. Here played by kimberly scott while she took to the road with her father. On a grueling touring schedule. Her first child was conceived when she was just twelve. The father was a family friend. If that's a term that could ever be used for such a man and was raised as the family baby. Tommy captures the eternally simmering trauma of the singer's childhood with just one image aretha as a little girl in a full-skirted dress that might normally be filled out by crinolines backlit and standing at the kitchen sink. She's drinking a glass of milk. She is hugely pregnant. It's hudson's job to play the adult version of that girl and she shoulders it with something like tenderness the easy thing. When you're playing a strong potent character is to bite down. Hudson never does. This is a terrific performance underplayed and all the right ways and emotionally detailed portrait of a woman who knew what she wanted and knew she could deliver but who also moved through life knowing that she'd been cruelly robbed of that thing we so sentimentally call childhood. That was the luxury young aretha hadn't been afforded but hudson also shows us a woman who held tight to her own spark of light..

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Lawrence Davis Talks RESPECT

Look Behind The Look

01:59 min | 3 months ago

Lawrence Davis Talks RESPECT

"Lawrence. Thank you so much for joining me today. I am really thrilled to talk to you about all things aretha and j hud. I got an opportunity to see respect in your work. let me just. It was incredible. I knew i was getting some sneak. Peek some the instagram. And so i was really anticipating seeing it and was not disappointed. I want you to tell me absolutely everything. So let's start with. Let's start with how you came to the project This one in particular when john was doing jinnai. Transfer longtime edition is doing it. I just didn't know what it was about So just magically one day while working on another project Very those just about to about a month and a half into underground railroad. And i got a call from costume designer new york ramos and he was like i got your name from me. Neil for a furlough for the reader for like really so that was in his recall. That i kind of knew things we're bringing up after jennifer but just didn't know when it was done a happen right because these projects can take for ever and so you never want to get too excited until you get that call so on the the call came all blessed neat mea. That's amazing so so what was the timing of this. Was she on merimee was what was the timing of the projects. I don't think new mayor was on my rainy at the time. I don't think. I don't think that started yet. Okay whatever it was she could not do it and she definitely have furred me as a atlanta local which is and it was just disappear perfect marriage of course because i wanted to do i love doing period pieces and jennifer is one of my good friends so it just made

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"aretha " Discussed on KILF Morning New Podcast

KILF Morning New Podcast

03:20 min | 4 months ago

"aretha " Discussed on KILF Morning New Podcast

"One's called kota. I've been coaching berkeley college music. Scholarship i wanted to chris pretty voices with nothing to do. You have something to say. Well this one any good. This one really is i mean. It's a tearjerker and it might have been employing and manipulative. But it's so sensitively done that it's affecting rather than cloying It's a populated with Actors who are in fact. Death led by Marley maitland whom you remember from children of a lesser god. She plays the mother of the family. And the father. And the older brother of this Girl are also deaf actors and the Question in the movie is whether she is going to stay with her family of who are fishermen in massachusetts and remained there permanent interpreter. Or whether she's going to be able to follow her own dream and go off to boston to music school To engage in an art form that they really can't appreciate her family really cat appreciate because they can't hear or they can't hear how beautiful her beautiful her voice is This is a very sensitive and delicate. Film it also has teen romance and the girl. has a Romance with of her classmates who's also interested in in music So it follows a lot of conventional beats but it really does imaginative things with them and the cast is so good. That direction is so good that this is a real winner. You'll find it on apple plus tv all right. So that's called that was called I lost my place and coda right. Which is the acronym for children of deaf adults. Oh okay interesting. All right We don't have time for the trailer. The just give us a quick quick thoughts on the net flicks flick called tinker jew. And it's about kanka. june. It's called vivo right. This is from lin-manuel miranda. He wrote the songs for this animated family movie about this little monkey type creature Who is trying to deliver a love song to the woman of his recently deceased partner in cuba they performed in a public squares in cuba In order to make ends meet and he Allies with a really strange little girl from florida in miami where he's headed In order to deliver this last message from his late partner to the woman whom he loved but lost The first twenty minutes of this movie are really charming. really wonderful and then the movie goes completely haywire when it Introduces the character of this young girl from florida. Who becomes vivo helper. And who is introduced with one of the worst songs that lin-manuel mid onto ever wrote a called Beat my drum. it is just horrible And it turns the movie entirely in a wrong direction and unfortunately it never recovers..

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"aretha " Discussed on KILF Morning New Podcast

KILF Morning New Podcast

03:17 min | 4 months ago

"aretha " Discussed on KILF Morning New Podcast

"He's going to be different high so he wasn't done. Is this going to be like. Is this an animated type thing. Oh no it's just a big splashy live action special effects extravaganza. Sit in the world of video games. and ryan reynolds please. This non player character in a video game called free city which is An extremely violent game in which she's a bank teller In his beautiful city where violence and crime is occurring all around him And he has to go through the same day over and over again. Like groundhog day But suddenly as a result of meeting the beautiful avatar of one of the players he begins to develop a self awareness and it turns out that this evolution so that he's becoming an independent minded person. is due to some secret. Coding in the game That the owner current owner. The game doesn't really know anything about and more and more. This fellow guy becomes an independent actor in the game and a to other non player characters leading them in rebellion against the Really slavery To which they're committed by the rules of the game And the owner of the game tries to put a stop by this. Pull the plug In order to protect his investment while two of his the ones who actually put this code in the game Originally to make it possible for a character to develop in this way of fight against his attempt to shut down the game. So you've got action in the video game and you've got action outside the video game. And it all culminates in a big finale. Filled with cgi affects Where guy finally tries to escape the prison of free city. That's what the game is all about And frankly i sound a good deal of this movie to be kind of amusing but it gets worse as it goes along and i. I was really bored by the big tedious. Thirty minute finale. With all its fights and action and chases I thought that got really really dull after awhile. You imagine what What somebody like hitchcock or capra would say if they could come back and look at today's movies they'd be horrified absolutely horrified. They actually believe that movies were about something human nowadays. of course. they're not at all in this film. The artificial intelligence figures are really more human than the people outside. The game I it's a strange set of affairs. I suppose gamers will really enjoy this movie For the rest of us. It's pure escapism. If you put your brain on hold you might like it But if you think about it afterwards you're going to think it's really dumb. I'm a gamer. And i it sounds really dumb. I don't have any interest in seeing all right. That one's called free guy next up a movie about aretha. Franklin how she became the legend. She still is. It's called respect..

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'Respect' Is an Earnest Aretha Franklin Tribute Movie

Pop Culture Happy Hour

01:09 min | 4 months ago

'Respect' Is an Earnest Aretha Franklin Tribute Movie

"Is what you might call a bio-pics bio pic. It takes about the first. Half of. Aretha franklin's life dramatizes. It step by step as she builds her talent in her father's church and then carves out her place in music history. And yes as is common in films like this. There is trauma. There is a troubled family history and there is a marriage to a man who should never have been let anywhere near her career. In addition to forest whittaker and marlon wayans the cast includes audra mcdonald as aretha. Franklin's mother and marc maron as record. Mogul jerry wexler. Hudson performs a lot of franklin's hits including respect chain of fools and natural woman she also takes on the gospel and the standards and even more of franklin's enviable range written by tracey scott wilson kelly corey and directed by lisa tommy. It's a long and admiring

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"aretha " Discussed on Encyclopedia Womannica

Encyclopedia Womannica

04:33 min | 4 months ago

"aretha " Discussed on Encyclopedia Womannica

"Hi it's jamie recurrently gearing up for season three of encyclopedias manteca. In the meantime we're mixing things up bringing back some of our favorite episodes in many week. Longish themes our current theme is legends. Stay tuned for a brand new season coming in september thanks for listening. This episode of encyclopaedia manica is sponsored by function of beauty function. Beauty is haircare that's formulated specifically for you. No matter your hair type. They create shampoo conditioner and treatments to fit your unique needs. You start by taking a quick quiz to tell them about your hair and then they determined the right blend of ingredients and bottle your custom formula to order. I've been using mine for the past few months. And i have to say it's been awesome. Go to function of beauty dot com slash jenny to take your quiz and save twenty percent on your first order. That's function of beauty dot com slash j. e. n. n. y. function of beauty dot com slash. Jenny check it out. Hello from wonder media network. I'm jenny kaplan and this is encyclopedia. Were manteca today. We're talking about the queen of soul. This musical icon crossed genres and dazzled fans for decades. Her rendition of the song respect became a rallying cry for social justice movements of her time she won nineteen grammy awards including one for lifetime achievement and was. The first woman inducted into the rock and roll hall of fame. Let's talk about the one and only aretha. Franklin aretha franklin was born in memphis tennessee on march twenty fifth nineteen forty two barbara seekers franklin and reverend clarence levin franklin by the time she was four a wreath as family had moved from memphis to buffalo new york before. Finally settling in detroit michigan growing up. Aretha was surrounded by music. Her mother was a gospel singer and played the piano and her father. A minister saying to at the age of six a wreath as parents separated and read the state with her father. Her mother passed away a few years. Later are rita's father's house was often home to visiting musicians. From dino washington to sam cooke to mahalia jackson aretha sisters erma and carolyn were also musically inclined and saying and wrote songs throughout their lives. Aretha had an amazing ear for music. Despite the fact that she never learned to read music her brother later said that by the time aretha was ten years old she could hear a song once and immediately be able to sing it and play it on the piano. Aretha made her performing debut as a member of the choir at new bethel. Church or her father preached. It didn't take long for her incredible talent to be recognized when she was twelve years old. She went on tour performing with other popular gospel artists. That same year aretha got pregnant and hundred first child at the age of twelve. A son named clarence two years later she had a second son. Edward throughout her life aretha would return to her roots singing gospel nusa when she was eighteen years old. She switched her primary focus to secular music. She moved to new york city parting from her son to state with her family in detroit that year in nineteen sixty aretha signed a contract with columbia records. Her early albums touched on all sorts of genres from jazz to blues. To broadway to aren be part of that variety may have been a strategic choice though perhaps not a wholly successful one in nineteen sixty one aretha had married a man named ted white who became her manager. He believed that releasing albums in different genres could attract a broader audience but leader admitted that it may have confused consumers. It wasn't until aretha switch to atlantic records at the end of nineteen sixty six that her fame and commercial success really took off there alongside producer. Jerry wexler or rita's full sound took shape in nineteen sixty seven. She released her first song to sell a million copies a song called. I never loved a man. The way i love. You reached number one.

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"aretha " Discussed on Encyclopedia Womannica

Encyclopedia Womannica

02:02 min | 4 months ago

"aretha " Discussed on Encyclopedia Womannica

"Aretha franklin was born in memphis tennessee on march twenty fifth nineteen forty two barbara seekers franklin and reverend clarence levin franklin by the time she was four a wreath as family had moved from memphis to buffalo new york before. Finally settling in detroit michigan growing up. Aretha was surrounded by music. Her mother was a gospel singer and played the piano and her father. A minister saying to at the age of six a wreath as parents separated and read the state with her father. Her mother passed away a few years. Later are rita's father's house was often home to visiting musicians. From dino washington to sam cooke to mahalia jackson aretha sisters erma and carolyn were also musically inclined and saying and wrote songs throughout their lives. Aretha had an amazing ear for music. Despite the fact that she never learned to read music her brother later said that by the time aretha was ten years old she could hear a song once and immediately be able to sing it and play it on the piano. Aretha made her performing debut as a member of the choir at new bethel. Church or her father preached. It didn't take long for her incredible talent to be recognized when she was twelve years old. She went on tour performing with other popular gospel artists. That same year aretha got pregnant and hundred first child at the age of twelve. A son named clarence two years later she had a second son. Edward throughout her life aretha would return to her roots singing gospel nusa when she was eighteen years old. She switched her primary focus to secular music. She moved to new york city parting from her son to state with her family in detroit that year in nineteen sixty aretha signed a contract with columbia records. Her early albums touched on all sorts of genres from jazz to blues. To broadway to aren

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The Queen of Soul: Aretha Franklin

Encyclopedia Womannica

02:02 min | 4 months ago

The Queen of Soul: Aretha Franklin

"Aretha franklin was born in memphis tennessee on march twenty fifth nineteen forty two barbara seekers franklin and reverend clarence levin franklin by the time she was four a wreath as family had moved from memphis to buffalo new york before. Finally settling in detroit michigan growing up. Aretha was surrounded by music. Her mother was a gospel singer and played the piano and her father. A minister saying to at the age of six a wreath as parents separated and read the state with her father. Her mother passed away a few years. Later are rita's father's house was often home to visiting musicians. From dino washington to sam cooke to mahalia jackson aretha sisters erma and carolyn were also musically inclined and saying and wrote songs throughout their lives. Aretha had an amazing ear for music. Despite the fact that she never learned to read music her brother later said that by the time aretha was ten years old she could hear a song once and immediately be able to sing it and play it on the piano. Aretha made her performing debut as a member of the choir at new bethel. Church or her father preached. It didn't take long for her incredible talent to be recognized when she was twelve years old. She went on tour performing with other popular gospel artists. That same year aretha got pregnant and hundred first child at the age of twelve. A son named clarence two years later she had a second son. Edward throughout her life aretha would return to her roots singing gospel nusa when she was eighteen years old. She switched her primary focus to secular music. She moved to new york city parting from her son to state with her family in detroit that year in nineteen sixty aretha signed a contract with columbia records. Her early albums touched on all sorts of genres from jazz to blues. To broadway to aren

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"aretha " Discussed on Cueca Apertada

Cueca Apertada

07:17 min | 4 months ago

"aretha " Discussed on Cueca Apertada

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Roger Hawkins, Drummer for 'The Swampers,' Dies at 75

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 7 months ago

Roger Hawkins, Drummer for 'The Swampers,' Dies at 75

"The original drummer for legendary studio band has died Roger Hawkins played for the swappers the muscle shoals band that was immortalized by being name checked in the Lynyrd Skynyrd song sweet home Alabama however he and his bandmates played on many more than just a song or two the man can be heard on hundreds of hit songs recorded by some of the biggest names in the business Aretha Franklin Wilson Pickett Bob Seger Paul Simon James Brown Linda Ronstadt and Alicia keys among them Hawkins has died after an extended illness he was seventy five years old I'm Oscar wells Gabriel

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'Genius: Aretha' earns its respect with Cynthia Erivo's showstopping role

Relevant Podcast

02:37 min | 9 months ago

'Genius: Aretha' earns its respect with Cynthia Erivo's showstopping role

"Was sent. The revolt is an award-winning actress. Singer and songwriter. She started shows and films like chaos walking harriet widows the outsider and many more now she stars as aretha franklin on the nat geo show genius aretha genius colin aretha which will debut on the twenty first on nat geo and hulu said the sat down with to tell us about the show and playing such an iconic role as aretha franklin. Here's our conversation with cynthia ariba. I'm running a new song gonna hit you hard thought you a man it'll get under your skin right down to the bone is going to be a whole new vibe that brings people together on just a link in your chain. We only got three courts. We'll make it sound like a million bucks change you've seen movies like widows bad times the roy and harry robots. She got an oscar nomination for best actress now. She's playing aretha. Franklin in the coming season of nigeria's anthology series genius. I asked cynthia about the pressure. Schmo feel about this and we all know who retha is. Many of us have a very clear picture sort of person she was. This isn't a situation where she's introducing people to new character or even a little known character. It's one where people feel very knowledgeable and even protective about their idea of aretha. Franklin wanted to know if that's difficult for her as a performer there is. I guess there is a pressure to to get it right but the fact is you come. You don't have any control over. What right is because everyone has an idea of what is present is in their millions and billions of people in the world. Who have an idea of who aretha is who she should be in. Wish should look like an ashes out And many of him who've never met her and don't know anything and so i'll learning for the first time so you have to trust that you've done the research you've done the wok You have a great team around you. Directors go back rights. the rights news writing The makeup is your bag costume. Has your back to be able to really tell a full story that you will. I major. That was armed with incredible people who were ready to go on the journey with me and mine mine. Main job was to try. And tell the story as fully as i possibly

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Making Beautiful Music With Community-Driven Partnerships

Nonprofits Are Messy: Lessons in Leadership | Fundraising | Board Development | Communications

05:35 min | 10 months ago

Making Beautiful Music With Community-Driven Partnerships

"Henry donahue is the executive director of save the music a national nonprofit that helps students schools and communities reach their full potential through the power of making music prior to save the music. Henry was the ceo and head of partnerships at purpose a digital strategy and creative agency that focuses on social impact projects. Notable clients included every town for gun safety the aclu oxfam international. The ford foundation nike. I- kia audi and liverpool f c. Henry has also worked as a media. Executive focused on digital product development is held senior positions at discover conde nast primedia and lendingtree dot com spent most of the nineteen nineties on the road across the usa as a fundraiser for political candidates including us senators. Jay rockefeller from west virginia. And ron wyden from oregon at the same time. He was playing guitar in an indie rock band and running into small independent record label. Henry has an abbey in american history from harvard college and an mba from darden graduate school of business at the university of virginia henry. Great to have you with us. Sharing the story of save the music and the lessons contained within the be here could see joe thanks. Hey i'm delighted to have you. So why don't we start sharing with our listeners. The origin story of save the music. What was the germ of its mission and tell us a little bit about the journey. Yeah i mean safe. The music's mission and vision are the same today as they were back. joni urine. John sykes aretha franklin one. Dvd's categories aretha flying sleep dion and Every student every public schools should be making music as part of their education. I think you had a great overview of why at the intro. We know for decades of research that when schools have music students do better. The school does better. The community does better In normal times. I travel all around the country even in the toughest schools when you get to that band room or that choir room. You know. it's that joy and inspiration and hope for the future and all those things. So i i love going to high schools middle schools elementary schools. I love interacting advanced features van kits. It's amazing the landscape out there. Is that most schools in the. Us do have music as part of their school day. there's a quote for geoffrey canada That i'm sure i'm angling but it's something to the effect of if you wanna see what a quality education looks like. Look what rich people do about. Eighty percent of american schools have music and art as part of their school day And the programs that caught over the years. And we're we do. Most of our work are in schools that serve black students immigrant students and in rural rural students as well. What do you love about your job. Henry donahue because you loved this i love so it you you mentioned. I mean i've worked in politics and advocacy and social impact in various ways for for a long time You know at purpose Which some of your listeners might be familiar with worked on gun safety. We worked on marriage. Equality we worked on A project involving immigrants and You know the fight for the fifteen dollars minimum wage. All of which were were were deeply deeply satisfying. But when chris mccarthy who's the guy runs. mtv now came to me in we had this conversation about the h. one. Save the music which five six years ago you know still had a very solid sort of core group of program team people working there doing amazing work but has sort of been what i call know an orphan corporate asset on. Cbs empire. You know. I was presented with the opportunity to do the thing that i did for my job. Which was you know corporate impact strategy advocacy and combined with the thing that i spent my whole life in love with which which is music. Which by the way you. You don't have the benefit of seeing henry. But i do. And i see a keyboard. And i see a guitar so yeah. This is a music guy. You're a. You're a an advocate Andrew musician and you get to do both in the same job. That's pretty awesome. Yeah i think this is sort of at the core of was eighth. music does Which is i remember myself as a pretty angry and somewhat directionless

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Obesity: Appetite drug could mark 'new era' in tackling condition

The KFBK Morning News

00:54 sec | 10 months ago

Obesity: Appetite drug could mark 'new era' in tackling condition

"By researchers and great Britain are showing that a new obesity fighting drug it's called Sema Glue Tide could cut your body weight by up to 20% this new drugs being called a game changer by researchers. More than a third about 35% of the people who took this new drug for treating the condition lost more than 1/5 of their total body weight. This is according to a global study that researchers and great Britain conducted. So now there are, of course, other weight loss pills that are available on the market. Currently, they work differently. Dr Aretha Cas. Ooh, boy is with WebMD and she tackles right now. This question that many people who are looking to lose weight Russell with on a frequent basis, So the question is Should you try one? The truth is weight loss. Drugs can help. You may want to try one of your obese or if you're overweight, with a condition, like type two diabetes or high blood pressure, So

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Carole King's legendary 'Tapestry' turns 50

First Morning News

00:36 sec | 10 months ago

Carole King's legendary 'Tapestry' turns 50

"Of all time turns 50 today, February 10th 1971 the earth moved in the sky tumbled down when tapestry people's ears Carole King's record setting classic featured King singing songs that she'd written that were already hits for others, including Aretha Franklin. You just some songs that would go on to be number one hits for others, including James Taylor, who also played on the album Tapestry would win a bunch of Grammys, including records, song and album of the year, and it spent 15 straight weeks at Number one on the Billboard 200 album chart, a

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Pioneering US actress Cicely Tyson dies aged 96

Daily Pop

02:29 min | 11 months ago

Pioneering US actress Cicely Tyson dies aged 96

"Many hollywood stars are showing love for cecily tyson. Sicily passed away yesterday at the age of ninety six how she was an icon paved the way for so many people tyler perry posted a nice tribute sort of regina king who said her legacy had left an incredible mark. Sisley won emmys a tony even had an honorary oscar. She famously fought for roles but sh- that showed strong black characters and she refused to portray anything else. Can i tell you put her sit at tribute as well as i got the medal of freedom from Barack so you know not only she award. She won hearts Because of the roles that she picked if you ever get a chance you watch that autobiography of jane pittman and what she goes to that water. And the i'll never get that. That's what i said. I want to be an actress. Took that one to buy five minutes. That scene just for her to sip the water but just a fantastic actress and she wouldn't play prostitutes or drug addicts which are always play. Wonderful and beautiful woman. But yeah you know. I think for actresses like how we think of oprah and how we think you know the mantell jordan's at pave the way for us. I think cecily tyson was and is that for every black actress on this planet. And i hear a lot of times when i go to these hollywood. Walk of fame's and people start to save their speeches. Her name always comes up because she she ran so we get walk out and then she did it she did. She went through the fires. She will always be remembered for her elegance and grace and she is the one and only and who could play her. Who can do the story of sicily tyson right and they met actress. Kimberly kimberly elise. She has that. Okay okay i have a weird feeling as aretha anointed jennifer hudson play her role before she left this planet. I have a feeling every hollywood actress was talking to sicily. Tizen about carrying on that legacy. So i'm sure. She knighted the one that she wanted to have a license. Day was just kind of looks like her acts like an yay one legend absolutely legendary life

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"aretha " Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

02:36 min | 1 year ago

"aretha " Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Because, NBC Hi, everybody 801 808 for 8 92 22 the way to reach the cousins. There's the house, Jack, build up. We gotta read them from here with Cousin Brucie. Ladies and gentlemen coming in right now with because we have a lot of requests for this one. And we see if we have it here, Aretha Franklin. All said, play it for me. There was a room that was failed. Yes. It helps.

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'Wonder Woman' director warns movie-going could become extinct

Monocle 24: The Globalist

02:17 min | 1 year ago

'Wonder Woman' director warns movie-going could become extinct

"Tug I took a walk down Hampstead High Street, yesterday, and it was utterly heartbreaking. So many clothes shops. This is something we're just GonNa see more and more of his mood. Yes, I think. So unfortunately and today we're also dealing with a grim warning about the future of cinema and you can decide for yourself whether this is overly pessimistic enough. But Patty Jenkins who sent him a lovers well know as the director of the recent wonder woman movies things movie going actually going to the cinema is facing a real threat of extinction. Now, this because her latest installment of the wonder woman franchise has been delayed three times during the coronavirus pandemic and it's worth remembering that just in the past week the delay of another big movie franchise that James Bond until next year. sparked the UK and US cinema owner cine worlds to actually just give up trying to operate during this pandemic and it's closed at cinemas temporarily. But for the foreseeable another UK chain Odeon is now only opening at weekends I what Potty Jenkins is worried about is that actually if cinemas do closed and during this periods that the process won't be reversible, she thinks we could lose. moviegoing at for movie theater going forever, and she's one of a number of big Hollywood directors harassing the US government for financial aid for cinemas in the US. Anyway. But I guess as you quite rightly pointed one of the dangers of this crisis business close even temporarily or even if they get state aid, will they actually come back because you know cinema is not as essential. As something like aviation at Cinema, the actual act of running and what they call a movie theater is not a super profitable industry. It's actually the film producers who gets a very large share of your ticket price, and that's why the popcorn is. So bloody expensive and of course, producers have the option of bypassing Simas going straight to the net fixes of this world aretha finding. Other ways to monetize by going straight to viewers in their homes whereas cinemas actually need movies to come out to get people through their doors molly through there till. So it is a very, very tricky time for

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Imagine it Forward and Goodr

Zero to IPO

04:23 min | 1 year ago

Imagine it Forward and Goodr

"To another episode of Zero, to IPO were absolutely thrilled to have to amazing guests on the show today I wanna I introduce Beth comstock who for many years in fact, almost three decades was at GE and served as the vice chairperson. There is on the board of Nike is also the author of this amazing book called imagine it forward, which I am really enjoying and learning a lot from and have a bunch of questions to ask Beth about the. Beth welcome on the show. Thanks Josh. Great to see you great to be here. And our other guests is Jasmine crow who is the CEO and founder of Gooder, which is a company that I am fascinated by I. think it's one of the more insightful companies that I've come across. Recently I also have a lot of questions for you Jasmin about how the idea came to you, but but welcome on the show. Thanks so much gas and happy to be here. Of course, we've got Freddie caressed my co host. Zeroed IPO your morning Josh, how you doing good I bet and Jasmine, nice to see you. Thanks for joining us today I'm super excited about today. Yeah me too good to see you. Well, let's dive right in because we have a lot to talk about Jasmine I wanNA start with you and I want to understand I want our audience to understand where you're coming from. When you started gooder there's some kind of basic facts that I want our audience to understand domestically we are wasting seventy-two billion pounds of food every year while forty two million people are struggling with food insecurity absolutely that's a foundational mess. And it's even worse. Now, I'll of everything that's happening with current virus who are wasting more food and more people are going hungry. So it is a huge issue. Yeah. I mean just to be clear before this even. I read somewhere that we were wasting about a quarter trillion dollars a year on food in the United States if people number eight is that right? Yeah. Right Frederick in. So I guess to put an even more simpler context about two percent of GDP is on wasted food for that's a lot of money spent on food that never gets eaten in this country does Like many people I have some passing familiarity with this I. Read about it I don't even know where to start and it seems like maybe you go out and you you know you try to donate food as best you can and and I think that's maybe where you started. Yeah and it transformed into something quite extraordinary. So yeah if you know Josh I started feeding people that were experiencing hunger and homelessness in two thousand thirteen out of my apartment in Atlanta Georgia So that's where got started I found a parking. Lot I drove past it one day and I just saw hundreds of people that were homeless in in something kind of just pulled on my heartstrings at that moment and I said I wanNA help you know what do I didn't have a ton of money and I knew I could cook and so I just went home I post it on facebook I mean Sunday. I'm going to go downtown and I'm going to feed on the streets. If. You want to join me I had about twenty volunteers I made a spaghetti dinner. And loved it. You know brought out my little beats pill at the time, which wasn't that loud outside. Dating us, you're dating we know exactly when you're store your. Heckling when it happened so I really wasn't that loud music thing. But I have bad and you know the idea was it would be old school kind of Sunday music why Jackson five and Aretha Franklin James Brown like this classic kind of music and a good Sunday dinner, and that's how it all got started in. So of eighty own from one of my pop up restaurants went viral on facebook and people are saying this is so amazing which restaurants donate the food and the reality was nobody I was couponing on price matching I always say, I'm the reason Walmart doesn't price-match anymore I definitely feel like i. gave them a run for him. And then I was cooking thing taking it downtown, serving it coming home cleaning up, and so it would take me like forty hours every week I did this and I started researching food ways and was really like upset like I can't believe this much food goes to waste in here I. Am you know putting together five dollar donations and my own money and trying to make these feeding is happening to feed five hundred people

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AMC movie theaters delay reopening — again

Z Morning Zoo

00:41 sec | 1 year ago

AMC movie theaters delay reopening — again

"That's a movie updates for you. I'll go through these quickly because there are a lot of them up. The Aretha Franklin movie Respect will open next January over MLK Jr weekend. This is with the one with Jennifer Hudson playing Aretha's should be pretty good. Ah, let's see Bill and Ted faced the music. That's the Bill and Ted sequel September 1st, it'll hit theaters and video on demand at the same time. I know Disney is in death. Finitely postponing the release of the new live action Mullan, which means they don't know when the hell is coming out. So if you're a Disney plus subscriber, I would say Keep your fingers crossed on that one and AMC theme movie theatres are delaying their US opening until next month member that was supposed to do with this month, and that is no longer happening

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Make a will for free with Freewill

Talking Tech

04:20 min | 1 year ago

Make a will for free with Freewill

"A lot of US never get around to creating a will to make it easier. The APP free will would like to invite you to use their free online tools. co-founder Jenny Chia sprawling is here to tell us about it hi Jenny. So free will is a website that anyone can make a free state plan on, so that includes a will help care directive and a power of attorney. It's really easy process. You just go to www dot, free dot com, and you answer a series of questions very similar to when attorney might ask you in person, and our software takes those answers and populates a form a legal document that you can then print inside with witnesses and your gotten so on average it takes users about twenty minutes to get a completely free estate plan set up. Already your called free will so this is a totally one hundred percent free will. That's right. It's only possible through the support of nonprofits, so we get one hundred percent of revenue from nonprofits that WanNa make it easy for people to not only set up their estate plans, but also potentially, but you're not required to leave money for charities. Okay because I know people spend a lot of money to lawyers to get will's made. That's right and we think it should be very different access to lies a huge problem in the United States today instead, so we see that you know underrepresented communities have half the rate of will writing than majority communities, and that ends up being a huge barrier to wealth transfer from generation to generation. Some people just never get around to it, aretha. Franklin died without a will. Acting, right and princess well. Wow crazy. So, how long has the been out? It's been out for about three years, and we're actually experiencing a huge spike in demand right now since Kovic started booth, because people are actually able to or think about mortality for the first time, and having really important conversations with their family about what their hopes and dreams are if they were to pass away. How long does it take to create a will on the APP? On average less than twenty minutes. Okay what what motivated to start the at. I the big motivation. Is that you know we talked to a lot of people about their charitable giving and realized a lot of people don't have the ability to gave large amounts of money while. They're saving for their mortgage. Their kids educations things like that, but when they pass away, they might own a home and be willing to share a kind of five or ten percent of that with charity, and it turns out. This kind of charitable giving is actually the largest type of giving. On average in a person's life, so we started free well with the promise of making Book Estate Planning on charitable, giving in not really easy, and we've now raised over one point five billion dollars in commitments attorneys. Host on the charities that have gotten money from you guys. United way of heart. Association's Saint Jude's. People donate to all sorts of causes whether it's the universities that they went to the hospital. They had their children ought. It's just astounding the generosity during this time of course I'm talking to you on video. Video Window here on skype and you look really really young so you in your twenty s. I actually just turned thirty last week, congratulations. You seem very young to be concerned. About will's. Yes, so. You know it's important to write a will even early in life, a lot of people don't realize that one of the biggest purposes of putting a will place is to set up a guardian for your children. To setup protection for your pets and caretakers. If you have those to pass on your digital assets, such as your facebook or instagram account, so this isn't just something that baby boomers who had a house. They want to give away. should be concerned about, but really all people including people. My Age should have advice Jenny. Spalding from free will go to free will dot com. Go to the APP store, I assume the the IRS Google APP stores to download the APP. Just when www dot, free dot com,

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Halep lays Grand Slam ghosts to rest

The Tennis Podcast

06:00 min | 1 year ago

Halep lays Grand Slam ghosts to rest

"Hello and welcome to our fifteenth and final edition of Roland Garros relived Catherine feeling when I say that. Wistful. I'M GONNA I'm GonNa stop missing the past sort of like A. Double again I will. Note that is. Are You you're right I'm all right I can believe it's the fifteen. Well when I came up with the idea, let's just keep doing the daily podcast. Slams that we promised we would at the start of the, even though there's no tennis by watching lots of action, the past I thought it'd be easy. Turns out then we got lots of ideas about how to do it. Including interviewing everybody, we possibly could find relevant to each match, and that's what we've done again today. for Simona halep against Sloan Stevens 2018 final, and we've got down K. Hilas special guest coach to Simona Halep, and yes, it's been a long and tiring journey to get through today fifteen of these podcasts. We've enjoyed it immensely. I think it's fair to say. So let's get cracking with this one. This match has a lot to it. Doesn't it the whole saga because? Simona. Is it three Grand Slam. She already played. At the to that point and not. Finals yeah, yeah. She played the two, thousand, fourteen and final, and lost in three to Sharapova. She'd played the two thousand, seventeen, French Open final and lost in three Ostapenko, and she played the twenty eighteen Australian Open. Final just a few months before they send those to Wozniacki all three senators. She played well in all of them. She had a lead in all of them and lost all of them. And it was becoming a real. Saga actually. Can help get over the, line. 2018, you say. You want some facts about two thousand eighteen. We. Well, it's not long ago, so you can probably remember most of this Prince Harry and Meghan markle married. Thing right I hosted a semi. Gathering in the garden, did you did you was on the invitation? To, clarify with a few friends and family that I wasn't like a rabid royalist, and it was just an excuse to make some cake and sausage rolls. The I remember seeing the pictures. Wasn't invited that. We can handle it. aretha Franklin and Stephen Hawkins' both died toys. R.. US went bankrupt. Not Quite sure why that to my list, but it is. I'm not sure nothing either. Toys R. US went bankrupt and student Matt's became Grad Matt became Matt. Two thousand eighteen was a big. And formation. Toys R. US, they might. How do you feel about that? No I think it was pressed. Until Lo que, but so I was reading it. I won't saw. Phillips scattered toys R. US In writing when I was about five. States have good stories. Did you speak for? Him! I remember being very excited because it was circuit in the gopher. Time, I was at my dad. That's a long time ago yet. Longtime Gay and I think it was. Joseph in mazing technical latrine time as well right Matt, wasn't even Baby Matt at this point. He's never even heard of these people. You don't know Gordon the gopher is Dima. No. Right so. Just, minded ninety correction. You didn't mention that freedom got promoted into anti eighteen. Thank you for pointing that out. Rather than to. And it didn't last long. It's as relevant as toys R. US, thank you I so. Yes, so we have this final on our hands between SMYRNA HALEP and Sloan seems and it was one that. I was I was looking forward to. A tennis match in. It's just in its own right of these two players battling it out because I thought it could be a really good final. And, should he? I think it ended up exceeding all of those expectations and You're quite right Catherine when you talk about the number of finals, the the salmon halibut already been in, and it was similar to play as we think of that. We've already covered here in this running relived series like even lendl trying to win. A A I slam Andy Murray course. It took him a few guys. Goran Ivanisevic but Simona Halla. Yeah, she already had three. She'd had Darren K Hill by his side for awhile by this point, so let's hear from him about the journey that led to this moments. Together for about three us before she played that particular foreign against flown in two thousand and nineteen and I guess the memory of what happened in two thousand, seventeen, against Ostapenko, as well was brought in the full fun of Amazon so for her to go out and do what she did. And now they say that both of you most destinations. You can't get there unless you go to refund pain a tough road and that was kind of the journey that some had had even before I came along. She might the final. Open and lost Marie shower. Piping, a great match on six four on the third added chances in that one, and then to lose to paint code and then the Knicks Jay come back, an inbetween that of course remember the final that she applied at the open against the Yankee which was another great match, and just even getting to the final at the Australian Open was itself, so I I think that helped a lot. She learned a lot from that particular tournament, and when she got to the final at a French. Against Launch, he had a little extra confidence and belief in a self to finally get it done.

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Why Do We Sing in the Shower?

BrainStuff

02:27 min | 1 year ago

Why Do We Sing in the Shower?

"I think we can all admit that we've pulled a Paris bueller once or twice while lathered up in the shower. Everyone sometimes grabs a handy bottle of shampoo was an Improv. Microphone and busts out a tune or two. There's just something completely satisfying about singing in the shower even celebrities do it. According to People magazine after Jack Black likes to belt out led Zeppelin and Wycliffe. Sean digs a little bruce springsteen everyone's a rockstar in the bathroom whether you have a voice like aretha Franklin or couldn't carry a melody if it had a handle but have you ever wondered about this phenomenon. Some of US wouldn't see in public if someone paid us. We'll sing in the shower without embarrassment. Believe it or not there is a scientific explanation behind our soapy. Musical stylings first. Let's look at why we're relaxed enough in the shower to bust into song. I think about it. You don't sing when you're sad unless you're singing the blues. Maybe for many people shower times the only time they're alone all day. You're in a warm small safe environment. You're comfortable enough to be in the buff stress literally washes off of you when you relax your brain releases dopamine which can give your creative juices a jump start. Warm waters rushing over you and now you're relaxed and feeling good. It turns out that singing makes you feel even better singing because of the breathing that you put into. It gets more oxygen to the blood. This gives you better circulation. Which in turn improves your body and mood. And because you have to breathe a little deeper to belt out a song you get some of the same relaxation and mind clearing benefits as meditation. Another neat thing. Is that when you're singing? You can't really think about your problems. More stress relief. But the best thing about sending in the shower the acoustics. You couldn't ask for a better sound system than a bathroom because bathroom tiles. Don't absorb sound. Your Voice bounces back and forth around the room before fading away and because the shower is a small space it boosts your voice and even adds a little base making your singing sound more powerful sound bouncing also gives your vocal styling a reverse effect which makes voice hang in the air longer and evens out variations in your singing. I think of it as a primitive auto tune. It makes you sound better than you normally would. Which is a confidence boost? We don't sing in the shower simply because we have that song stuck in our heads. You know the one it turns out. We do it for many reasons. Stress Relief happiness great acoustics or maybe just because we like to hear our own voices no matter what the reason keep it up. It's good for you and if you've never tried it pick a song and put on your own private concert.

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The Life of Lena Horne

In Black America

09:06 min | 1 year ago

The Life of Lena Horne

"Since nineteen thirty three when her and vicious stage mother put her into the Chorus Line of Harlem's famed cotton in Club Miss Horn has been on stage and in the public eye over the years. Leno's had developed the sultry inevitable. Lena Horne singing style. How for which she is known throughout the World Lena's first big break as a singer came in nineteen forty when she was hired by Charlie Barnet? Who at that? Time was the leader of one of the swing. Era's top big bands after touring with Charlie Barnett's ban. Lena artistically. Psychologically season struck out on our own. Tom I in Manhattan's famed Cafe Society Downtown and then in Hollywood there she was discovered by an MGM talent scout who promptly signed her to a long term contract. Her film debut was far from auspicious considered to lie for Black Parson too dark for for white parts. She was relegated to musical scenes that had no connection with the plot and consequently could easily be cut from reels earmarked for distribution in the south. She did over star in a couple of all black movies. Stormy weather in nineteen forty three and cabinet in the sky. Also in Nineteen forty-three Lena Horne was Hollywood's first bona fide black glamorous Dr the first black actress not cast in stereotypical made the and mammy roles to black across this nation. This may assemble black achievement and pry doing World War Two. She became the pinup thousand thousand. Black G is many of whom went into battling jeeps tanks and aircraft named after her considered by many as the most beautiful woman in the world. Zero Lena takes a beauty in stride. I spoke with Lena on tour with her one woman show and asked her about her status as a living legend laughs. Ask that question yet. And everybody needs. City has asked me I think I think what you really mean is survival aval. I've been around long time. Yeah feels good to live this long. I I hope that My youngest granddaughter. WHO's thirteen will be less blase then my other ones who are eighteen and sixteen Then not interested in traveling abroad. Oh sing the sites that I thought I was working toward taking my children and my grandchildren on the grand tour of Europe and even including Africa Africa now but One of them was born over in Europe and Two of them from New York of been everywhere over there when they were little title and they're not interested and I'm praying that the thirteen year old and still is not too blase to take a trip with me. If I'm just hold out that long I oh. I think women shouldn't really be that insecure. I always was. I wanted to have a better figure. I wanted to be beautiful well. I wanted to sing like aretha Franklin if they had been Retha when I was born I had none of those things and I made it. You know so. I think it's pretty you silly women won't be like me they should be beyond and they shouldn't be in this in our use of Uso Tours and on the cabaret circuit and in her social life. Miss Horn has always been an outspoken advocate of civil rights do on the historic march on Washington in nineteen eighteen sixty three. She addressed a crowd of demonstrators. Miss Horn help breakdown. Jim Crow and entertainment during the nineteen forties and fifties by insisting on contracts ensuring that blacks could not be barred from her performances in white establishments she also refused to entertain white. I troops during World War Two unless black soldiers were omitted. Also I asked if she considered herself a pioneer and about the state of blacks in the entertainment aiming industry and why. It wasn't portent for Lena. Horne to speak up about civil rights. Lena Lena Horne. I spoke up for myself often. The three musicians or the six musicians that toured with the weren't allowed to stay where I could We will all not allowed to go on a swimming pool. Awesome had nothing to do with anything except personal attitudes certain things. I didn't realize that I was speaking for anybody. Nobody else until away in the nineteen late nineteen forties and of course as I said I was raised by very learn Millerton grandmother. I think most of us have grandmother so now passed and She just told me that I was human like everybody else. The communism that hot and the movies suffering and Certainly TV v is doing. What's tried and true over and over again so I would say they. They face certain obstacles not to do rosalie lap and not to do with racism but The first choice That that is not the first to be hired my people but I think that's due to the economy Well for waters May Miss Smith and and the rest of them. That was a great black singers. Called Black Patu blew. My Father Remembers who sang. Who was an opera star and she was named after Adalina passive white thing? Thanks so all those late some groundwork to you. Know I'm a johnny-come-lately Lena. Horne has never been one to avoid controversy in nineteen eighteen fifty. She announced her three year. Old Marriage to Linney Hayden her white musical mentor at MGM Studios and a time. When interracial marriages were still illegal and California? Her marriage proved to be one of the most durable ones in Hollywood it ended in nineteen seventy one would hayden's death also within eighteen months. Lena Sun Teddy Jones died of chronic kidney ailment and her father Ted Horn died. Lena reveals how she was able to cope with such such a devastating loss. I have no idea. It's must be the way everybody else. Does you know I. I wasn't unique. It just happened that There were three people that the dia respected terribly loved a lot but got The man upstairs take scale that you know you grave you agree but you put it to use. It's it's a positive thing sometime and every one of them had been nice to me and taught me a lot so I was not left Like the woman who sometime doesn't want to leave the husband who abuses her because she doesn't know how to work. They taught me how to work and until I was able to survive and take care of my responsibilities in the early nineteen fifties due to McCarthyism her friendship with singer activist. Paul Robinson Kassir to be blacklisted. In television since then Lena has had two specials which she has headlined. Harry and Lena with Harry Belafonte in nineteen seventy and Lena and Tony with Tony Bennett. In nineteen seventy two. She has also made numerous television guest guest appearances including the TV series Sanford and son. I love red. We've known each other long time and I knew him before he was Famous to the world. I knew him when he only had certain places to work and then he was brilliant. Then and I'm just. I was just happy that he had been discovered. You know what I mean. Miss Hololens first Broadway show in which she start was in Jamaica in nineteen nineteen fifty seven. She will probably be most remembered for her role in the Broadway musical. The wiz with her song believe in yourself. I asked Lena Lina if she had received any film offers since the WHIZ. Oh I have I have had offered to be lots of people's mothers and grandmothers. I saw ten is sort of intern. Billy Dee Williams I would like to have sun will lose almost as pretty as my son was but I'm not that access it would be nice but I've been reading some but They're mostly monkey. See Monkey do you now. Now

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"aretha " Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

10:46 min | 2 years ago

"aretha " Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Aretha Franklin's will. Interesting. If we'll actually shed some light on little known facts and says about the singer's family personal life, according to NBC news, Aretha intended, for her three younger sons to be treated equally in their inheritance, which he stipulated, they'll only receive on completion of a degree or business administration. Course a lot of people don't realize that, but you can put in will if you don't go to college, you ain't getting squat, you put it in a trust documented, I guess where you see that, you know, or maybe a trade school or something, you got to be a little bit whatever you because whoever the trustee is, or the executor administrator of the will is going to have to abide by whatever the wheel sense. Anyway. The wills also mentioned two of the sons Arte, receive one of her homes and monthly allowances. She liked to better than the other two, but the two are going to receive one of her homes. So now you've got to with split. A home. And they're getting monthly allowances. This is what happens when you write a will on a note pad and you put it underneath the couch, I would never do that. And all four children are to take equal share for music royalties as well as her memorabilia, okay? I like that, except for the memorabilia, part because find over the memorabilia, yeah. Right. Just got to be more specific sorry. She additionally, outlined detailed care, instructions for her eldest, son. Clarence Franklin who according to the NBC news article has special needs that have never been publicly disclosed until now of course, she emphasized that the father of Clarence should never receive or handle any money or property belonging to Clarence. I hope that she had a little better will than this one, but I it does bring up an important thing for us to talk to our folks. We'll move on about, and that is even though you may have a will it really is wise to pull it out of the archives every once in a while, and look at it, and see what it says, and see who the administrators are. Do you have a trust? Is there a pour over provision all of the stuff in the state? Planning lawyer will go over with you. And I will say this all state planning lawyers are not created equal. Well, no, they're not. In obviously the more money you have Aretha Franklin being one of them. The, the more complicated, it's likely to be the more airs. There are the more complicated, it certainly is going to be the more control. You want to put on it, that just adds adds to completely in a fall. She had was the will this is all going to go through probate. I'm sure oh, absolutely. And asking to be costly. So that's, that's going to be a while. It's not only costly it's going to be time consuming. And I can't imagine that there will be no contestation. Oh, you better believe there will be. So, you know, you have four kids, some of them are from different. Evidently, I don't know the her personal situation, but it would appear that some from different marriages, some probably more estranged from her than others. I mean, this is a nightmare waiting to happen. Aretha. You didn't think about what jitter Shirai duty your kids, your kids and whatever. Yeah. Anyway, you just need a little freedom. Yeah. Respecting. Let's, let's move onto another strategy session. I was reading this article online this morning. I said, geez, Louise. Where was this adviser? Where were they trained that didn't go to the Ray Lucia school of financial advisory? Well, what you got laid on me case. So he was talking about went to an adviser. They had a drop program deferred. Retirement option thing you know, as a firefighter, whatever. Okay. Those are pretty good size. They got lots of money. They, they do a pretty good job of accumulating and so forth. And so the adviser said we'll roll over the money into this IRA and the guy was like fifty five fifty six fifty seven years old, something like that more than age fifty five severed from service rolled the money over the IRA, but retired firefighter don't wanna work anymore. So now he says, he's fifty six years old, and he says, well, I got this million bucks, and I want to spend fifty thousand bucks a year, and I'm gonna pull it out of my, I are a well mistake here, mistakes can happen. But that one is a real bozo error, because what he very easily could have done is recognize the rules and these rules, apply to four fifty seven plan. Well, no, actually a four fifty seven he can get the money out, anytime. Maybe the adviser was not thinking because if the money was in a four fifty seventy go to take into that without a penalty. Yeah. See 4._0._1._K's, and I guess, four three Bs certainly the the rule is, if you sever employment and during the year, you turn age fifty five or later from that company, you can take the money out your tax. Of course as you always would be, but you're not penalized. Yeah. The four fifteen hundred fifty nine one where you can take it out penalty free. So maybe the adviser was confused between an IRA. And a four fifty seven I don't know. But, but the rules if you sever employment in the year in which you turn age fifty five or older, all right? You sever employment. You're under fifty nine and a half, you can take directly from the 4._0._1._K plan a lump sum out, and it's not penalised you gonna pay income taxes, but the balance is not penalised. So what this person could have easily done is taken enough money to live on for the next couple of years, enrolled, the balance into an IRA or they could've rolled the balance in the wiring and left the money in the 4._0._1._K plan, and then taking it out as they needed it. They want fifty thousand bucks take a distribution of fifty pay your taxes, you net forty no penalties. So this was just another error that to do a seventy two t. Yeah. That, that one would have been I mean doing a seventy two t at age fifty. Eighty six or fifty seven can put you up to sixty two. I was that a case that made it into the news or something, I mean, I was an article I was reading boy humanitarian doing something as an adviser and it winds up in some articles. Ever do this. You moron. Yeah. Have you ever go to Joe? Five at X Y mutual. I can't imagine that, that person shouldn't be in the adviser. You know, I remember I was a young advisor years ago, and I was working with a really, really nice couple it was an estate planning thing. And there was a Q tip trust. And I, I, I was at their house is back in the day when I actually got my car. Drove all the way to del mar, and I sat down with them at the kitchen tan. And I, I don't know my brain. Just when I was young. And so on the way back after I had made my recommendations, and they thought it was a genius. I'm the something that bothered me. Something that bothered me about what I was talking about. And it wasn't really it was a state planning stuff. So I run it by my attorney buddy. And he said, yeah. You did a great job except you missed one thing. And I'm trying to remember what that one thing is right now. But it was pretty big deal. Really? So I was embarrassed to call them back and say you know what it didn't work about eighty two percent. Right. That other eighteen percents going to cost you a fortune. So we've got to come back, I have to drive back to your house and start over again. I'm going to bring a really smart lawyer with me was this tax lawyer friend. Yeah. Okay. I was in my early thirties, maybe. Well, which is probably what your tax about was, too. Yeah. Yeah. Wow. But that I think, exemplifies, why having a team also makes sense good financial advisers around them. So imagine if I didn't have a team member somebody that. Sure, rely on just one other person, I could have cost them, it would have been several hundred thousand dollars in taxation, I can't imagine that whoever adviser you mentioned on this particular case that, that, they're the firm, maybe there with a firm, I don't know what their compliance department. I would think would have said, well, let's question this for a moment. Well, you know, the compliance departments don't that. You're I mean, they're they're not don't look at the strategy. One hundred advisers how you going to look at every single. True. But over there's a rollover doing them every day. Yeah. They don't look at the suitability, I look at suitability, of course, they have to look at suitability wouldn't pass the test to me. The person suitable to do a rollover suitable to rollover IRA for qualified plan. Yeah. But he, he didn't know that the client in this particular case wanted to take fifty grand a year out of the million dollar portfolios starting tomorrow. Ask question, yes, you gotta do this or just remember it was a b trust Bagley inherited. They inherited at be trust like years ago, and the b trust had substantial appreciation. Okay. And they asked me to get a step up in basis on the assets that we inherited. And I said, yes, oh, from us. But the, the what, what happened was the beach that they inherited like fifteen years ago, didn't get a snap up. So I answered the question right for part of the estate, but I answered the question wrong for the bypass trust. It was from a bypass trust that they had had from years ago. Yes. Anyway, the, the point is, and I don't know all the details because I mean imagine. I was in my early thirties forties. Fifties early eighties eighty McGrane that was a long I was in my early thirties to sleep. I know how old your your memory starts the slip after thirty plus years. Let's mistake you would not have made even a year later now. That's true. Did. I did have a good team member and he helped me out. We actually did well, fed adviser there. It had a team member. I would hope they would. Listen to this show about the, the, you know, the separation service rule. All right emails next stick around. Are you moving soon? And tell know who to turn to if you were moving or planning to move long distance or across the.

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"aretha " Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

03:32 min | 2 years ago

"aretha " Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

"If I was thinking, you wouldn't know lip sing sure. But that wasn't lip synching. That was you singing those guys background pretty good pipes to know. All right. And they just busted and number one. Of course, the greatest cover of all time done by the Queen. Seriously. I gotta tell you Queen b what you said clean Aretha Franklin Franklin Latifah. Clean our ESP. You need a show her song. Are you? Brought do that. Right. Aretha franklin. They wish is. Oh. I didn't know that was a cover until you told me when she passed really, I didn't know that. See that's the beauty of a really good cover. When you just snatch the song from the original artists. And you have no idea that there was actually another version. Like, this is this is kind of like one of the worst top. We not go. Okay. Moving. Why why why was it so bad? What are you know music behind us nothing? I mean, Chris is not teeing up anything. Well, we don't we didn't know. No one told us though. Yeah. It is hard to teed up when you don't know. Well, you did know they've been talking about last forty five tell us now the list, you wouldn't give it to us. He's supposed to be able to pull it up real fast. Let's let's replay Travis goes coming up. Now, these top ten Roskam. Hey, hey, what's number one? We actually this morning on the morning. Good morning. Honestly believes doing this morning. You think five in the morning, you honestly believe he was putting together the rundown low. No, of course, not. I everytime which just how about you tell the truth, and you just did it five minutes ago. And that's why I was so horrible feminists talking about. Possible from my department. I wasn't given the list, that's all the matters. So I can have the music so on clean on that. We're trying to help you help us help alone. David Sam clean. He's now. We're now we're devolvement, you mulling all sorts of things going on there, cleanest. Clean stuff off your face leaving. They should fight like everybody that we we have family fights on the air. We should've pulled up boys soon as we start talking about your movie slow to know that hey guys wishing in. It's so hard to say goodbye supposed to be able to go. No, we're not doing it. I'm not giving a list. Someone gives us a list, and we'll come up with someone gives them Jon Gruden if for some reason. Give him the list. Don't have a leg. I still there were some new additions to the Webster's dictionary this morning, would you like to hear some of them? No, we have listened. He took it back because I wanted to please you. Forty seven middle early. This is a little early. Yeah. What do you got some forty eight old Travis wooded swale like buff? Yeah. There you go. Yeah. Got that. What about a bug outran? Hold up. Now, bug out. You just dog my top ten you talking about swollen hood about a bug out back. Dozens Mike story. It's a news story. They got added to the dictionary bug bug out bag. What do you think that means that is that is I do what about you out bad? You like when you've got to leave at the last minute. Like, you gotta get away us wigging out. Right. You go crazy and stuff like before. Like all of a sudden, you gotta get a town. Like right now, you got a bag ready to go. Boop. See later that your outback back. See? What about the go Cup? Travis go, she oh gold. Go geo Cup to go. I don't go to go..

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"aretha " Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"aretha " Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"And I want to talk about Aretha Franklin because she did not have will Brian. But first, let's go through the CPR stuff. Sure. Tug basically CPR comprehensive planning review, we're going to stress test your portfolio, we're gonna make sure, you know, exactly. What would happen? If we have a correction in the market. We'll even give you what we call a risk score. And she, you know, exactly where you stand. We're going to take a look at your cost. We're going to see all those undisclosed costs that are basically buried inside of your investment. And we're going to show you what's the real cost of which are currently doing where your current investments. Are we're going to take a look and make sure that you're aligned with your risk when we give you that risk. Or if you say, hey, I'm a conservative person in your portfolio's. Mom. Moderate grass, and we're going to tell you. Hey, there's a disconnect here. This is how we might fix that. And we'll show you how we would do that. We're going to find out what kind of income planning are you doing for retirement? How do you have your money set up in different buckets, what kind of tax planning? Are you doing? Is there a way to improve? That was the best way to take your social security. What's the best way to avoid paying taxes on your social security? What's the best way to avoid paying Medicare premium taxes? Something very few advisors. Talk about people. Does it make sense for you to a Roth where review your insurance policies will review your annuities? If you have them, and again, we'll go through each and every one of your portfolios and your investments. To make sure you don't have a lot of overlap in there. And you know, what your real cost are it is a comprehensive plan in review. And we're basically, you know, really just going to sit down and get another set of eyes to take a look at you know, what I call the stuff, and we're going to go through that woodpile with everybody to make sure nothing's unturned and to give them a really good picture of exactly where they are right now. That's a great way to look at it. Just knowing exactly where you are just like if you have to go to address that you've never been to before knowing exactly where you're going one where you're headed knowing what road you're going to be on. What path.

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"aretha " Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"aretha " Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"And I want to talk about Aretha Franklin because she did not have a will Brian. But first, let's go through the CPR stuff. Sure. Tug basically CPR comprehensive planning review, we're going to stress test your portfolio, we're gonna make sure, you know, exactly. What would happen? If we have a correction in the market. We'll even give you what we call a risk score. And she, you know, exactly where you stand. We're going to take a look at your cost. We're going to see all those undisclosed cost are basically buried inside of your investment. And we're going to show you what's the real cost of what you're currently doing where your current investments? Are we're going to take a look and make sure that you're aligned with your risk when we give you that risk. Or if you say, hey, I'm a conservative person in your portfolio's. Moderate grass, and we're going to tell you. Hey, there's a disconnect here. This is how we might fix that. And we'll show you how we would do that. We're going to find out what kind of income planning are you doing for retirement? How do you have your money set up in different buckets, what kind of tax planning? Are you doing? Is there a way to improve? That was the best way to take your social security. What's the best way to avoid paying taxes on your social security? What's the best way to avoid paying Medicare premium taxes? Something very few advisors talk about people. Does it make sense for you to do a Roth where review your insurance policies, we'll review your annuities if you have them, and again, we'll go through each and every one of your portfolios and your investments? To make sure you don't have a lot of overlap in there. And you know, what your real cost are it is a comprehensive plan in review. And we're basically, you know, really just going to sit down and get another set of eyes to take a look at you know, what I call the stuff, and we're going to go through that would pie with everybody to make sure nothing's unturned and to give them a really good picture of exactly where they are right now. That's a great way to look at it. Just knowing exactly where you are just like if you have to go to address that you've never been to before knowing exactly where you're going no-one where you headed knowing what road you're going to be on..

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