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"aviva" Discussed on Overthrowing Education

Overthrowing Education

02:35 min | 3 months ago

"aviva" Discussed on Overthrowing Education

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"aviva" Discussed on Overthrowing Education

Overthrowing Education

08:06 min | 3 months ago

"aviva" Discussed on Overthrowing Education

"For kids. And i think part of being transparent with kids about teaching and sometimes i feel a little mercenary saying mass but those people that we are teaching those young adults are gonna grow up and become voters and so when they're looking at a a referendum on funding education or increase in teacher salary. Part of me is thinking. I hope they understand and they're not just saying why. Those glorified babysitters need more money. That they're thinking. Oh yeah teachers. Do work really hard. They are professionals who keep up with research who are continually improving their craft. And yes. i do think it'd be fair to give them a living wage increase. Yeah that's a. that's such a good point and the other thing that i do to help students understand that too and also just because it's a great thing to do for. The students is having them and helping them to teach a class topics out. And then i work with the students to craft a lesson plan and they get to learn how to do that. One of the funniest things. That i had is early on my teaching years. Probably i think like my third year of teaching and for birthday present for me. My birthday was coming up and the students said for your birthday present. We want to teach the class for you like they were going. Do me this big favor. And they were really excited about it. They were so excited. And so i said okay. So the the people who i. I don't think we pulled lots to see who to see. Who would get to do each you know. Do this part of my thing and do that. Part of my thing so the main lesson part went to these two kids who were wonderful and they so i said okay. We'll you'll work with me. And i'll teach you the content at you know we'll go over the content and then you'll teach it right and so I did that with them. And i was like. This is so much more work like. They don't know this with this big favor but it was so much more work to do that. Then it would have been had. I just you know. Had we done the class but it meant so much to them and it was so lovely. And i'd love to be back and when we do that with our students a hundred percent of the time i hear while i had no idea how hard it was to do this or when they're you know actually doing the teaching of it right and dealing with their fellow students and they're like wow. This is so much harder than i thought which is great because it goes back to what you were saying when they recognized that then you know when they get older. It's the same reason why i tell people. We have this thing that every single human being should have to be a waiter or waitress at some point in their life so that they understand how hard that job is right. I've done it for a long time in a bartender. People should have to do that but it also is so important when people even have that experience a student of teaching class. And you can do that with second. Graders and third graders like it doesn't have to just be your high school students middle students. I did it with middle school students in high school students. But i've seen younger kids do that as well. And it's so great for them and then they really do appreciate what it means to educate and one of the things that i worked on with my kids with classroom management for when they were facilitating a lesson at. That was really interesting. Because i talked about the different kind of questioning techniques that you can use to drive different types of responses from your quote unquote students but also what to do when your classes and being very respectful and that i think is is an interesting life skill. Because i don't know how many times i've used class management techniques on other adults in my day to day life Actually i've given workshops and most of the time it's phenomenal but like one time. I had like eighty teachers who were sort of forced to be there who weren't interested and were so rude. I was floored that. I had to to deal with a never ever ever had to deal with that before with adults but there it is. I was walking my dog with a friend of mine and our dogs are very friendly dogs in this big german shepherd who add attacked my dog before but the owner not their dog on a leash and we saw the dog so we were quickly going the other direction. The dog came after us. And i was like okay if we if we run like i am going to get attacked and so i turned around and i stood my ground and i just looked the dog in the eye and i said no you will not behave that and just like repeated it with like very firm body language than the dog eventually just like turned around went away and the woman i was with was like holy crap. What happened i just channeled. My inner teacher has been out for a while. That's really funny there. Many times when channeled my inner teacher or like a neighbor kid hopped the fence into into our our yard and he saw me and he was like. Oh no 'cause he was trying to like cut through to his friend's house and he was like thought as adult was going to yell at him and i was like. Can you tell me how this helps our shared community and he just looked at me and he never hopped the fence again right because you know other adults would at least yell at him and he could run away but this all had weird questions they think about reminds me of when my son was little and we were on the playgrounds and and this older kid was really using bad language around the younger kids and i said listen. That's not really appropriate language and look at you. You're an older kid. You're like a hero to these. Kids are gonna look up to you. So what kind of language do you think would be really great to help them develop. That's a great question. And he just looked at me and he was like okay all right like he really thought about because he thought i was gonna come out like you said both barrels right and i'm just had him think about it and yeah and he was like okay. Yeah i hear you like you my inner teacher all right. You know what you are amazing. And i so appreciate everything that you're talking about and i know we could just go on and on about so many subjects and one of the things that you and i have spoken. A lot about is that we both have this. Love for performing improv. Teaching improv and incorporating improv into our classrooms so guess what time it is is it. yes and it's time yes and it is time the five minute game. Show talk show so yeah. I'm going to torture undo something with you in a whole new way that i've never done with others because a we both love improvisation so i thought it would actually be fun and possibly dangerous for us to play some improv games. I had to pick games. And i know you'll appreciate this the the don't rely on physicality since obviously this is a podcast and people cannot see it but also i want to say that these are great improv that can be adapted for use in any subject and both of even i can share with a teacher. You're interested you can reach out to us..

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"aviva" Discussed on Overthrowing Education

Overthrowing Education

08:10 min | 3 months ago

"aviva" Discussed on Overthrowing Education

"Are not robots as you mentioned before even things like i started doing a lot of check ins with mike heads and part of this was linguistic especially in like the french class. Where you know we would be using the language to talk about a a certain topic in a circle. Whether it's like a funny question or something a lot more personal or in depth and needle. Sometimes it was just like what did you do on your weekend. And i would share and my colleagues were my friends and so saying like ms mcburney and michigander an eye out for coffee this weekend and we talked about you. Guys actually talked about how excited i am to see your final projects. I think that also you know we have ties in the school. They see chained by this invisible force field where we may be our classroom doors to exit the building or to come back to our recharging station. I dunno whatever they think but you know we have relationships and being able to say i got this really good lesson idea from miss hendricks. I asked her what she was doing. And i was so excited by what she was doing. I decided we're going to do it to at. And i think that just you know highlights how interconnected our roads are. I think that's great. And you're showing the the gratitude for getting a source that you know you. You got it from another teacher. And i think that that's important for the students to hear that teachers can work together each other. They learn from each other. I think it's really great when students realize that we are learning to now. Sometimes that doesn't happen teachers and those are kind of the maybe less confident i would say even though they seem confident in what they're doing but because they're doing the same thing all the time so earlier of event i started talking about challenges with educators that we know that seemed to have a problem with mccann. Can i say this. How would you say it of yvo. Seeing the need to grow as a person in a professional that was very nice. Way of saying thank you and we were going on and on about the challenge of that and i was saying that you know. Maybe this is a topic that we really need to talk about on this podcast and then we recognized that the teachers educators. Who are listening to this. Podcast and two other podcasts. Vivas are probably not the teachers to have these problems. So that's the challenge. How do we get those educators to get to the resources to listen to the podcast. Change one experience. I had was. I was talking to a teacher who is in a leadership role in a school and she was coaching another teacher. And i said look. I can tell you a b and c but i think i had jest that i learned. Abmc frahm who said it a lot better and so she kind of i don't wanna say assigned because the coach doesn't assign but she basically said like hey over the weekend listen to this and we're gonna talk about it on monday morning and so i think it's people either suggesting lightly or suggesting more forcefully but i think that can sometimes be helpful and being like. Hey did you listen to this episode on not grading as harshly love to talk to you about it versus being like. I see your kids crying in my classroom every day at lunch because you grade like a monster. That's probably not the best way to put that but like that. I like your suggestion. Because you're actually you know. I know that you do this on your podcast and i certainly do it on this podcast where we give specific tools and actionable things that people can do as well as you know the more philosophical ideas around the pedagogy so I think that that's a great idea. Actually i think that schools really as part of their pd. And i think some do this actually where they give teachers a choice of along with you know. Maybe books that they give them to potentially read. But also podcasts. To listen to but i think it would be really great if a school did a study. Sometimes they'll all read the same book and then have a conversation about that so to do that with podcast episodes. I think that's a great idea administrators out there. Yeah we'll end. The cool thing about podcasts. Is that. It's hopefully not longer than an hour and so it's something small that you can chunk at that. Teachers can do during their commute. So you're adding it on so you're a companion in their day versus asking them to take on another chunk of time just to devote to reading. 'cause you can't clean drive when you're reading and hopefully hopefully and then to it's not as ostracizing for teachers that don't wanna read a whole book because there's nothing worse than being part of a pd that club and then realizing like oh. I didn't have time. Oh i don't want like you can at least pick up the next week. 'cause it's a whole new podcast versus just feeling shame the whole way through the buck right right. I think that's great. That's a great suggestion. And i hope people out there listening to it because we were talking about our frustration with how to get teachers to who really the ones who really need to be listening to be listening so if you are a listener out there and you have an episode that really really moved to including this one Then please recommend it to other teachers who you think might be helpful in a in a kind way as if he ever mentioned not in a forceful way but in a kind or maybe suggest. Hey let's listen to this together and then we can chat about it or something like that coaches out there about that. That's great i. Yeah to cut it to add to that too is again making the work we do. Transparent for kids in that. I remember a kid. I had left a lesson plan for a substitute teacher. And so she went through what. I was going to do with the kids but i had to be away for a meeting and like making a lesson plan for of. It's just like it's easier to teach the class yourself. Oh house now this. I came back in the kids. Like hey you know. What ms levin. That's substitute teacher. Mixed power points that look a lot like yours a wonder how like i left it. And he was like oh. Didn't you wonder how she knew. Exactly what we were doing. And why didn't and. It matched the workbooks that i make and all that and he was like. Oh yeah that make sense that makes sense and yeah. I think that there's just going to. I think the part of teaching that sometimes we as teachers are not super comfortable talking about. Which is that often times politically. We have to advocate for why we deserve. Adequate compensation y we deserve to teach in schools that have adequate air conditioning or adequate supplies.

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Two New Movies Exploring Mother-Daughter-Granddaughter Relationships Reviewed

All Things Considered

04:03 min | 1 year ago

Two New Movies Exploring Mother-Daughter-Granddaughter Relationships Reviewed

"New movies, a French drama, tea and an Australian thriller Center on fraud. Mother daughter granddaughter relationships in the French film the truth, The characters can't agree on where the truth lies. Our critic Bob Mondello says that puts the film way ahead of Thehunt horror movie characters in relic. Kay and her college age daughter are on a rescue mission in relic to grandmother's house. They go after a call alerts them that no one's seen her in a few days. Mom K, played by Emily Mortimer is concerned that grand might be slipping mentally, the House suggests as much post it note reminders everywhere. Serious clutter mold on walls, a bowl of rotting fruit. A police search turns up nothing. And then, With what? Never posted night. Take them to my house. I could decorate it. However, I want mothers and daughters struggling to help one another. As memories fade and then inescapable. Fate looms ever larger. In the drama T the truth. The tensions are far lighter, if no less heartfelt when a screenwriter played by Juliette Binoche arrives with family to visit her mother Ibn, one of France's most celebrated movie stars. Cancel it. Yes, even though there is a prison just behind Fabian, The celebrated movie star who lives in this castle is played by Katherine Dinner, arguably France's most celebrated movie star. And the film delights in playing with that, casting the nerves reputation as an imperious, slightly distant film icon recycled for the part of Ben OSHA's Imperia, slightly distant mother, who has written a memoir titled La Very Tae. The Truth. You know, Sh, armed with copious notes, bristles that much of what Fabian has written. Never happened. Not wanted me, Aviva. Thanks. You're using post its marvels Fabian before protesting. I'm an actress. I won't tell the naked truth As it happened. She rarely even tells the fully clothed truth, But that's where they're fun lies. Director Hirokazu Kore Hiedeh, working for the first time in a language other than his native Japanese plays with all manner of truths in love every day from Fabian explaining to the grand daughter who needs her to be a witch. Yes, she does have magical powers. I heat logic to this ground Damn of French cinema getting stage fright on a sci fi film set. Then conjuring and acted truth. That's kind of breathtaking. You're invited to conflate the character of Fabian with dinner of herself, and it's clear that the star whose middle name is Fabian, Let's note is having fun blurring those lines. Korea has even provided a plot point that centers on the signature dress black with white collar and cuffs. The din of war in Belle de jour 53 years ago, all in the service of a story in the truth about family and filmmaking, mothers and daughters memory and the comforting fictions. We think we remember I'm

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"aviva" Discussed on Who? Weekly

Who? Weekly

05:45 min | 1 year ago

"aviva" Discussed on Who? Weekly

"Me tell you something either I'm the only thing. Because I think that is artificial or fate about me. This Had you. Got Everything else is real. Outlet. Moment. Everything. Off. I mean really. Say. She came on the show, and she threw her leg sang through her leg like this woman has a memoir called Leggy blonde by the way and her housewife catchphrase was. When people tell me I'm fake I. They're just pulling my leg. That's not even a good catch freight. That's not even the does even say any. That's not that doesn't say anything about her actual personality, but just a week ago. This'll what's even crazier. Just we go in US weekly. There's a headline real housewives of New York City. Aviva Drescher tells Liam Michelle quote. Quote you were once very unkind to me, so this woman jumped on the hog pile. That was Leeann Michelle's drama and said you were very unkind to me. So I'm not surprised by your behavior Drescher. forty-nine commented on Michelle's Instagram Post. You shouldn't judge others before looking in the mirror if it's a dog. Pile is what it's like who I said Hog pile. I think it's a dog pile. Sorry, you get you. I just did a quick search. And apparently there isn't urban dictionary for Hog pile, but it did say. Did you mean dog pile was? I think. I think it's I think it's done. I'm sorry I. Meant Dog Pile Pile on pile pylon. Yeah, no, I understood exactly what you meant. I just wanted to point that the other funny thing about this isn't I watched the clip with the leg, and then I was reading interviews about the the leg throwing, and then the best part is on the hunt on the series. One hundred episode Special Drescher revealed to host Andy Cohen that the leg toss had been premeditated. Premeditated of course, it was Gusto with producers, not long before the event, and she knew that she would throw her leg upon attending it because the women were accusing her of having fake asthma to get out of a trip, she faked her asthma. She said my doctor. I have as my can't come to Montana. And they said you're asthma is fake. And she said the only fake thing about me is and she threw the leg. Sorry I just I can't believe we got here. Is what I'm saying from where so bobby but Bobby Burke has not confirmed or tonight by. But just being bound. This. Evidence that it's her like I believe he says Reality Star, he says a Reality Star yes, I'm not the only one you fucked over is also how he referred to it at the time. He says shares a cautionary tale, involving a real housewives of New York City Star and there's not many of them, so it has to be the the the pool of of possible. Culprits is small, so if he had said to this woman. You're con artist and your husband's a crook then. You know come on. It's gotta be them. When people tell me I'm fake I know they're just pulling my leg. So to fans connected a ring that Nile Horn was wearing an a ring that Jodi comber of killing Eve fame was wearing. Meanwhile. The ring is like could not be the. It's like the most like it's not the same ring, but it's very clear that it's not the same ring. It's a sig a signet ring signal. It's a signet ring and they're like they'd have to photos of them. Wearing the and that's like a confirmed now horns new girlfriend is Jodi calmer and he wrote responded confirmed laugh phase left face, and then someone else responded. He doesn't even know who she is girl and he wrote he does. Does I just so Nile. Orrin knows who Jodi comber has. That's what we've learned from this. Are they dating unclear, but does he know he does? He watches killing us he. gave. This is a funny story. The Daily Mail posted which is about how Brian Austin. Green Meghan Fox and courtney sodden have all worn, similar dark side of the moon. Pink Floyd shirts, which is. Like. All of the shirts are different. Those are those are three differently, cut shirts, and in one of them. The the the prison is bigger like Megan. Fox's has cut up as well. It's a V-neck I. Think Brian's shirt and courtney shirt are the same shirt I think she's flaunting the fact that she wore the shirt that he was wearing. Megan's is Meghan has like text on it. Though like Meghan says pink, Floyd, other ones don't say. But the part is that Brian wore the shirt with courtney. Meghan, Washington that was the same with the cover of the prism going through the prism, the rainbow, going through the prison with Machine Wheeler Machine Gun Kelly, and then on a separate date courtney wore. Wore this shirt. We'll get in coffee for Brian. Austin Green exactly is, but is the question is the shirt that courtney's wearing the same shirt that Brian wearing the first vote with courtney that is looks like that is likely that that makes more sense, but Megan's is a completely different shirt. It just happens. Obviously. Birth of them aren't sharing a shirt. Yes, clearly, Brian, the first one, the first two are Paparazzi shots, but then the third one is like I. Call the Paparazzi Shot Courtney's I. Guess I just wish I knew pink. Floyd because I didn't even know what this album sounds like. Yes, you. The Moon. Yes, you, you've been stone once. Yes, sir. You never want to see the laser show no. And it's like the cash register Ch. I.

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"aviva" Discussed on Who? Weekly

Who? Weekly

04:03 min | 1 year ago

"aviva" Discussed on Who? Weekly

"That works well then. Her husband calls her husband's like. No, you know you just really need to do this for free and trying to bully me into doing it for free and finally. I was like you know what I'm not only not for free I'm not doing it anymore like good more you. She came into my store the next week when I wasn't there and told my staff that I had said she could take anything out of the shower the store that she wanted to. Shoot and here was her credit card. And you know you if I don't bring anything back, you know if I like something, you can just harsh the credit card and they're of course starstruck. They would never have imagined and they knew I had been working whether I had told him about the drama in La Store, and they give watch out and months and months later. There were certain things that inventory I was looking for like A. Where's this? Where's IT actually? It was super bowl weekend. We had those. beanbags Ryan. Because I have people committed? Watch the game I'm like where are those? They're like. Oh, they're at La Voz House and you could tell by the way they paused that they the new fucked up like they ended scams because apparently. Months went by, and they call they call them they call, and when they could not get any response, they tried to charge the car. And of course it was no. I called them up and I'm like what the fuck you know. I can't believe you came in here. Literally stole from my store and they said you know what let's go to court. You know this'll be good TV. Easier for us just to like how our lawyer deal with actually paid. Oh, my God. It's a really good, and so then this is, it gets even better. Everybody was like who is this person like? He didn't say oh. He didn't name Nickens okay. No, he did not name names, but everyone like we could figure this out so literally like the sleuths like the sleuths out there found a tweet where bobby was responding to a page six story, in which this housewife Aviva Drescher from the real housewives of New York a brief stint on real housewives. She basically stole art from Guy. She borrowed it for her house for TV, and then one of her friends offered to buy it, and she's and she refused to give it back to the to the. Thing. She just does yeah, so she was like. Oh, I sold it for you because it was like at my house when he's like no, the deal was that I gave it I lent you the painting, so they could be on TV. You could have paintings in your fucking house and use and like selling it them. Obviously get the money from out there. My paintings like I. let them so anyways that he took. He took them to court to the. Court I know so. She wanted a commission like it was like. Oh, I'm a dealer so I should get a commission for putting it yeah. She was holding the paintings hostage until she got her commissioner. Whatever or something, so then he tweeted Oh at Aviva Drescher. You are such a con artist. Guess I'm not the only one you fucked over so pathetic, and then he linked the page six piece. This was in two thousand three queer eye. Yes, yes, then he tweeted at Carole radziwill. WHO's also on the show? And this was I think this was. This was amongst the drama and I'll get there in a second. We're Aviva. Drescher has a prosthetic leg and one of the big housewife of New York's dramas of all time. It's took off her leg and throws. Maxine, that's Aviva. Okay we've mentioned this before. That's Aviva. Drescher who is related to FREMD rusher. In case you wearing wondering by marriage, their cousin okay so. So because you're wondering she, he's so. He tweeted at Colorado well Lee radziwill's daughter. When we've talked about Lee well and actually libra oswalt comes a lot and Andre Leon tallies book you'll, you'll love it. It's so great, and she tweets at her I agree with you. Read is a total crook. Read is a vivas husband of Eva, was brought on the show, because Aviva was married to Harry Dubin. Who all of these women had hooked up with, so they were like yeah, bring this woman on the show like she will cost so much drama, but her drama was so much more than they could even have expected. Basically. Let.

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"aviva" Discussed on Who? Weekly

Who? Weekly

06:07 min | 1 year ago

"aviva" Discussed on Who? Weekly

"I'm Bobby Finger. I'm Lindsey Weber and this is. Grace, Gummer and so grace. How did you come to be the narrator? My agent came to me about it And what did you think of I came to you? I was so excited. I mean I looked at over and I I loved the opportunity to read a book. So. Yesterday Lindsey brought this tweet to my attention from E. L. Elbow, CEO. And a tweet that says my mom is listening to the end of an audiobook that grace gummer narrated, and they ask her how she came to narrate the book, and she goes my age abroad it to me, and they asked how she felt about it, and she said I was excited for the opportunity to read a book. That's how I feel also. Then, some hooligans got involved, and then we saw so lengthy was like. Hey, can you find it what book that says and then download it and I was like okay, so shout out to audible. Houston audible credit on this now you listen to. What's extra funny about? This is the reason why I mean I. Guess They could ask the question for any book, but this specific book is my Dark Vanessa which is a controversial book that came out a few months ago and the reason why it's controversial is it's written from the perspective of a woman? You had an affair with an older man when she was very young, and it's it is. Caused obviously a little bit of a ruffle. So it's an intense. It's an intense book. It's an intense I. Mean I. didn't read the whole thing, but I read an excerpt because it was, it was excerpted exerpt excerpted. Exert excerpted. I. Guess I. You know what I don't know ever said. No, it's a weird to say exerpt. Now there was an exile in New York magazine I. Think and it's just like a very. Intense subject, and so for grace just to be like my agent brought to me and I was like what a great opportunity to read a book. Is Pretty funny in the very well. Then She was like. Oh, I've been looking for the chance to read a book. It's very hard during these times. She means a book out loud like Ritchie and audio or just read a book general because that's what. She means a little bit of both. I think one of them is like Oh her age almost like WanNa. Do this was like what a cool opportunity also. Assume. It's like you know. Probably a good money or not good money, but you get like based on the amount of effort you put into it, which is probably a you know two solid days of work inside the recording booth. You probably get fat. Check great, but she goes on to say that she read the book and she. Actually really liked it. She said usually. I read books really silly i. just read before bed, so I just like she was a little bit at a time should takes a long time. This book. She rushed through there such as like. Oh, I! Like finished I like I finished a book in two days I like actually. Read a book as a page Turner and that was new for her, because she doesn't typically give her that amount of time I. Say something kind of rude. Of Jerez Gutter than anyone I. Know that's a golden girls line. Yes, things in also nice the. Do you think that grace gummer is a great choice to read? A book is because she vaguely sounds like Merrill, and like Merrill's not reading the book, but like if you go to see like grace, can read a book and sounds vaguely like comforting, because you're like Merrill. Familiar voice is out. You don't gently rude, but is it true? Can we get a clip of her reading? The book and you just play. Bourbon let me just open up. Let's pick chapter I'm scared of what's GonNa. Come out of this two thousand. Turning onto the two lane highway that takes us to norm, Vega mom says I really want you to get out there this year. It's the start of my sophomore year of high, school door moving day. I think the reason you pick grace. Gummer is because she sounds like any Dakota. She counts like she sounds like. Styles, Dakota Johnson, they couldn't afford to Dakota Johnson. They were like. Dakota johnsons pregnant. She can't recording audio book right now, so they asked. Not to do it ragging then. We get a lot of mind will call and they're like. Can you explain is back? Can you explain crunch crunch? First of all I don't really feel like explaining either of those things. That's not our job. It's your job as a listener to go back without no one. No one ever asks. Can you explain why you always say Dakota Johnson is pregnant? I assume they just understand. Because, they're just like. Oh, she's pregnant. Make sense, and but she's been pregnant for like forty five years at this for a long time. Yeah Oh Gillian Flynn has the poll quote on the go on this cover, she calls it brilliant and stunning an absolute. You have to listen to this book I. Don't think you have to listen to go well now. I own it speaking of books to good books, the vanishing half, which I just finished incredible, my brick, and it and reading the Andre Leon Talley Memoir. The chiffon trenches for our patriots and I'm reading in mid way OH. What a gorgeous book! How well written is this book I? Haven't started it. Usually memoirs aren't so amazingly written in general. You know was like they're more about telling the story, but he's a good writer. Very rugged writer I've I've read a yeah I have a very wild collection of books that I'm currently reading we now, but One of the other vanishing half had a lot of other ones, and then one of them I'm reading the client for the first time. The John Grisham book credit of a Little Book, Club with Lauren and I are just reading the client together. I really don't know how it happened, but I think what happens in quarantine where it's like one just do this very random thing together virtually. Okay? Call it a hobby creating. Yes, you don't even need. You. Don't even need a why like why the client? Oh, well the reason why you gave it is the quarantine. 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"aviva" Discussed on The Sporting Life with Jeremy Schaap

The Sporting Life with Jeremy Schaap

05:49 min | 1 year ago

"aviva" Discussed on The Sporting Life with Jeremy Schaap

"Actually the National Congress of American Indians honored MLB Major League Baseball for helping to change that. We have request WHO's the? Cultural. In the native community, because he started the Museum of the American, Indian saying that they still have the logo, so that's very important. It's the braves and the Tomahawk Chop that we really have to talk about how they have to change and it. There are protests against it, but what's interesting. What happened? The last play offs is Ryan has healthly who's a member of the chair? Sharkey nation. He's a pitcher. And he actually as they were about to go into the playoffs against the braves when it went up to the mound, and they were doing it, he he actually complained verbally, and that's the first time. If I believe that you've had a native American player say you know against the braves. You shouldn't do it, so it's all about the cultural changing and when people start bringing up something. And you know what happened last week just before our trailer was. And our website was being premiered. You know this is what the news is. Ao, see congresswoman from New York tweeted out. You know it's a racist name. You've got to change the name. And I'm hoping with what Goodell said about being sensitive to his own. players that are I believe what seventy seventy percent African American that we have to be more sensitive to the issues that they're sensitive to and one of those. Of The Washington football, team. And you know there's a history in Washington of owners changing names the late great a Poland. The basketball team and built the stadium here really helped the city of. Washington because there were such so many murders in Washington changed the name from bullets. To wizards and the learner family who helped to bring BA brought back baseball here were very accepting when the city council said. You can't call it senators, because in fact I don't know if people don't know this, but we don't have..

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"aviva" Discussed on The Sporting Life with Jeremy Schaap

The Sporting Life with Jeremy Schaap

04:15 min | 1 year ago

"aviva" Discussed on The Sporting Life with Jeremy Schaap

"This was very offensive and the reason Kevin came to me for years ago. Is he was very influenced by the long struggle and very vocal and very powerful struggle that Suzanne Harjo has waged against the name and realized and they will be in the final film. They're not in the trailer yet. that this is wrong that the the two other producers are African American and they said this is offensive and of course I was in total agreement so and that's why decided to do the film with band, so Viva, we're we're. Does the film stand now? It's rare for us to be having a conversation about a film. That's not yet available to be seen that still being made where where it is, but it's been written about. It's a attracted a lot of attention the project in this stage. Where where does it stand okay? What often happens with independent films. You do a work in progress, so we're trying to show it at different festivals. There's one in Cooperstown in November called glimmer glass. We're hoping to get it ready. Possibly for Sundance and we definitely would have ready, but you know if you're a filmmaker. The virus right now has. delayed production, so we're still doing a lot of research and we're doing a lot of fundraising, and the the tribe that is supporting. Is Cope is an executive producer. Is Casino tribe, and of course they couldn't up until recently I think they just maybe be opened up this coming week. To some extent everyone is hurting economically and the film production is part of it quite. I'm loaning savings to just keep us going. Because we feel it's so important, and then, of course, the whole issue of black lives matter what's been very powerful and the footage we have whenever there's been these demonstrations against the name of the Washington football team. There's some members of. Black lives matter of that have joined in because they understand the importance of what her name can affect, and and and trying to protest against an image and listen as a filmmaker, I'm totally embarrassed. Because Hollywood has really perpetuated the native American negative image more than anyone else in terms of how they pre-trade. How Native Americans are either? They make fun of them, or they just say they're violent and and and don't really portray would happen ninety percent of native American people that were on this continent the American continent. Work were murdered. There was a total genocide of native people. Only ten percent remained after the white man came here. And people don't know that, and that's sort of the continuum. The continued insult and having names like the Washington tape I'm sorry I just can't say the name. We're speaking with Aviva. Kempner she is the CO director and Co producer of a documentary that we've been discussing, which is still in the process of being made but you can view the trailer The name of the documentary is imagining the Indian the fight against native American mascot adding and. We've been. We've talked about this issue on the show before. Something I've covered a Midi SPN, for almost twenty seven years now. Something we've been talking about, but it hasn't changed in terms of Washington I, I am curious. What is the sentiment now about? You know Teams with names, other teams like Braves Kansas City chiefs, the several champions Cleveland Indians What what? What is the position now on those names? That's exactly what I wanted to bring up I. Think Ma Sport I love. Baseball has had a baby steps in terms of Cleveland Indians. They really heard the protests call, and they removed chief Wahoo from being like on you know in the stadium and doing pre show things and actually the national, chairman,.

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"aviva" Discussed on The Sporting Life with Jeremy Schaap

The Sporting Life with Jeremy Schaap

02:44 min | 1 year ago

"aviva" Discussed on The Sporting Life with Jeremy Schaap

"Here's Jeremy Shop. It's a conversation that's been going on for a long time should tend to have means, sprains, chiefs Indian seminoles, and of course most egregiously redskins the owner of the Redskins Dan. Snyder won't budge. He says the name will not change even in the face of mounting pressure. The issue is the subject of a documentary that is still in the process of being made imagining the Indian the fight against native. American mass cutting co directed and Co, produced by Aviva Kempter her previous films, including acclaimed documentary on the life in times and influence of Hank. Hank Greenberg, Aviva. It's a pleasure. Thank you for being on the show. Thank you, and you should mention one of the stars of that. If your late father Dick Schaap just have some of the best lines in the movie. That's right. That's right. We go back a long way of even I. The making of the Hank Greenberg documentary which as you say. My father played such a big role in I. I remember vividly the Pink Nick. Bala tree sweatshirt. He's wearing for the interviews and thinking. Why didn't he wears something more appropriate? But it was sad. The golf outing and you know it was an informal atmosphere. He was just great. That's and by the way if people don't know Your uncle was a civil rights, lawyer and We'll you very good influence on me. At the time I was a law student, but thanks to the DC bar I became a filmmaker has I said the shops and Aviva go back a long way. Let me start with your from Washington. When do you I remember thinking this shouldn't be the name of our NFL team. It's a very good question. I came in one, thousand, nine, hundred, seventy, three here, and I came to go to law school, having been two years in Vista in New Mexico and there. I worked with a lot of native American activists so as soon as I hit Washington I knew it. It also helped i. am totally only a baseball person. I don't do football. Football I don't do basketball so I didn't like the name, and I didn't like the sport, so it was easy, and then I grew up in Detroit, which is why, of course I did hank. Greenberg and you know we have the Tigers. The lions and the Red Wings, so there was never a question about a name being offensive so I sort of ignored it. but for my co producers and CO director. It's very different both Ben West. WHO's my co director and Kevin Blackstone in San Badly? They are all big football, fans and Ben Being Native up here and at. A certain point, he just realized as to his father and others..

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"aviva" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

01:57 min | 1 year ago

"aviva" Discussed on KCRW

"At Aviva investors from a snowy Chicago this morning market stock index futures moved lower after those retail sales figures came out the Dow futures down four hundred ninety six points two point one percent now the S. and P. futures down two point four percent the benchmark ten year U. S. interest rate is down at zero point six eight percent housing makes up roughly fifteen percent of the US economy today key index of the confidence or pessimism of home builders is due amid all the coronavirus dislocations tomorrow we'll get new home construction figures for March marketplace's Amy Scott reports early signs of the downturns effect on home builders are not good Aly Wolff is chief economist with the housing data and consulting firm Meyers research which tracks thousands of new developments around the country so we looked at communities that were both selling in February and selling in March we matched up their sales rate and saw a fifty percent drop at nationwide building has also slowed many states of designated construction workers as essential so they can keep showing up on job sites but will says they still have to comply with social distancing rules so builders may have to stagger the masons electricians and plumbers the builders can only send in one trade at a time when normally they would have multiple in there so this is starting to delay how long it takes to build a home builders are also cautious about starting a lot of new homes they may not be able to sell for potential homebuyers hoping for deals wolf says she's not seeing a lot of price cuts yes but builders are offering some incentives like lower mortgage interest rates my name is Scott for marketplace with estimates that overflow storage for extra crude oil is quickly filling to near capacity around the world the price of oil has fallen below twenty dollars a barrel this morning this despite the big production cut over the weekend marketplace morning report.

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"aviva" Discussed on Juicy Scoop with Heather McDonald

Juicy Scoop with Heather McDonald

04:07 min | 1 year ago

"aviva" Discussed on Juicy Scoop with Heather McDonald

"Thought it was really bad acting. I mean it was it was good at. It was also funny. Because Louisian- reaction would shock and funny and then like Christians was like horrified like she actually saw a real life leg and then and then. I recently got a hold of Ramona. Singers book called the Ramona Coaster and she writes about it and he writes. I mean so honestly it's like Ramona is like you. Just there's really funny part where she's like. She was at your house and having a good time and read or something Put a leg out there to like scare her. Like one of your legs. He really like he's like just not scary her but like all right so I went back. Got My Ramona coaster book and found the part I was referring to about Aviva that Ramona wrote. And I'm going to read it to you. It's one page one. Forty four as Ramona herself other than showing up in seatbelts with her husband in tow of even always seemed to have a recent nuts. Join US ON OUR TRIPS. She'd say it was her phobias or asthma. But I believe that the real reason is that she does not want to push herself out of her comfort zone. I think that when she's backed into a corner or her motives are questioned. She feels the need to create drama. The way she did in the final episode of season. Six at Sonia's Party. She slept her prosthetic leg on the table and then threw it across the room. I believe of even did this because she knew she had made a major mistake. But not coming with us on a trip to Montana and I think that she felt she needed to do something to redeem herself. In my opinion it was a very calculated move. Our show is completely real and unscripted. Which is why it was been so successful but I believe that Aviva had scripted. That scene in her head long before she got to the Party. I seen her remove her prosthetic. And it takes deliberation so I don't see how in the heat of the moment she could have had the presence of mind to unbuckle it in that quickly and whip it onto the table and then all of a sudden boom. Wow there was a leg on the table. We were all shocked and I do think that she got the reacted she wanted. Every jaw in the room dropped. You almost felt like she'd cut off her leg because her prosthetic was so realistic looking. I remember Kristen. Who was new to the show that season blurted out that she felt like she was going to vomit. People were offended by that comment but I understand where she was coming from. A Vivas Lake Sfeir lifelike. So how does it suddenly appear on the table? Was something out of a horror movie. I remember it season. Five replayed a practical joke on me using vivas prosthetic. We're at their home in Miami. And they had Mario and be state in the Gorgeous Esther Bedroom. I was in the huge walk-in closet when I walked into the room. One of Viva's prosthetics legs was on the side table. I freaked out for a second because I thought someone had been murdered. Okay and dismembered okay. It was a very jar experience. Although I've had my differences with Viva we have moved on from that confrontation and are still friends. Okay so then. That's it with that the only mention that I found really about Aviva but pretty much proves to be what Aviva was saying except that no it is easy to take off. But that's where I heard it. I couldn't remember that it was from the book. Okay now back to the interview with Aviva. There are so many questions that run through your mind when you're looking for a new place. Is it close to pizza? Will My neighbors be Weirdos? Should I take my old couch with me or is it time to finally say goodbye all great questions? The one question apartments dot com. Make sure you don't have to ask is whether you've found the right place with more listings than anyone else. They make sure that.

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"aviva" Discussed on Juicy Scoop with Heather McDonald

Juicy Scoop with Heather McDonald

04:07 min | 1 year ago

"aviva" Discussed on Juicy Scoop with Heather McDonald

"Thought it was really bad acting. I mean it was it was good at. It was also funny. Because Louisian- reaction would shock and funny and then like Christians was like horrified like she actually saw a real life leg and then and then. I recently got a hold of Ramona. Singers book called the Ramona Coaster and she writes about it and he writes. I mean so honestly it's like Ramona is like you. Just there's really funny part where she's like. She was at your house and having a good time and read or something Put a leg out there to like scare her. Like one of your legs. He really like he's like just not scary her but like all right so I went back. Got My Ramona coaster book and found the part I was referring to about Aviva that Ramona wrote. And I'm going to read it to you. It's one page one. Forty four as Ramona herself other than showing up in seatbelts with her husband in tow of even always seemed to have a recent nuts. Join US ON OUR TRIPS. She'd say it was her phobias or asthma. But I believe that the real reason is that she does not want to push herself out of her comfort zone. I think that when she's backed into a corner or her motives are questioned. She feels the need to create drama. The way she did in the final episode of season. Six at Sonia's Party. She slept her prosthetic leg on the table and then threw it across the room. I believe of even did this because she knew she had made a major mistake. But not coming with us on a trip to Montana and I think that she felt she needed to do something to redeem herself. In my opinion it was a very calculated move. Our show is completely real and unscripted. Which is why it was been so successful but I believe that Aviva had scripted. That scene in her head long before she got to the Party. I seen her remove her prosthetic. And it takes deliberation so I don't see how in the heat of the moment she could have had the presence of mind to unbuckle it in that quickly and whip it onto the table and then all of a sudden boom. Wow there was a leg on the table. We were all shocked and I do think that she got the reacted she wanted. Every jaw in the room dropped. You almost felt like she'd cut off her leg because her prosthetic was so realistic looking. I remember Kristen. Who was new to the show that season blurted out that she felt like she was going to vomit. People were offended by that comment but I understand where she was coming from. A Vivas Lake Sfeir lifelike. So how does it suddenly appear on the table? Was something out of a horror movie. I remember it season. Five replayed a practical joke on me using vivas prosthetic. We're at their home in Miami. And they had Mario and be state in the Gorgeous Esther Bedroom. I was in the huge walk-in closet when I walked into the room. One of Viva's prosthetics legs was on the side table. I freaked out for a second because I thought someone had been murdered. Okay and dismembered okay. It was a very jar experience. Although I've had my differences with Viva we have moved on from that confrontation and are still friends. Okay so then. That's it with that the only mention that I found really about Aviva but pretty much proves to be what Aviva was saying except that no it is easy to take off. But that's where I heard it. I couldn't remember that it was from the book. Okay now back to the interview with Aviva. There are so many questions that run through your mind when you're looking for a new place. Is it close to pizza? Will My neighbors be Weirdos? Should I take my old couch with me or is it time to finally say goodbye all great questions? The one question apartments dot com. Make sure you don't have to ask is whether you've found the right place with more listings than anyone else. They make sure that.

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"aviva" Discussed on Juicy Scoop with Heather McDonald

Juicy Scoop with Heather McDonald

08:03 min | 1 year ago

"aviva" Discussed on Juicy Scoop with Heather McDonald

"Juicy scoop ever. I am going to launch my one hour. Stand up. Comedy special. The Patriarch on on Thursday April night. Yes that's holy Thursday. This is my Christian service during the season of lent so because of the success of this podcast juicy scoop which are all listening to many of you may be aware that I was able to self produce my own four K. Professional stand up comedy one hour special and because of that I'm able to reprint. Release it to you via Patriot now. Originally this special was going to be released a little later in the year on one of the major streaming services but because the cove in nineteen crisis. Everything is taking longer and things are being held up. And I just didn't want you guys to wait and by giving you this extra entertainment via patron because I own it. I am able to raise a lot of funds which I will be using to really help the hardest hit communities from this crisis and one of those charities which I'm excited to tell you about is through my good friend chills Aaron who is on the show last week and she just started a charity called nauseous for nurses in which she started a gofundme me but she will coordinate the fund she gets from that to deliver food to hospitals for the nurses and of course everyone who works there and she coordinates it with all different cities delivery services who will deliver the restaurants that are nearby local restaurants. The hospitals that need it most so checkout gills page Mrs Gills Aaron on Instagram and And nauseous for nurses on go fund me. And I'll be participating in that as well but it's just a great idea because the nurses and the doctors than the everybody from the people that everyone who works at these hospitals right now Can Use a delivered meal right to their right in their hands because they're so stressed and Hungary and working these incredible hours so now. I'm very excited because I got a real juicy interview for you Viva Drescher. Who was on two seasons of the real house housewives of Newark? Which I know a lot of you guys are going back and catching up or excited for the premiere of the season coming up real soon here and she did not hold back in answering all of my and your questions so get ready for a real juicy one with Aviva Drescher so I am here with Aviva Drescher Former REAL HOUSEWIVES OF NEW YORK AUTHOR. Mother crazy father I love your story and We met Officially met in person I think one of the first shows that Luanne dead at the fifty four. I saw you so And then I got your number from Jill's Aaron and yes so I I've been wanting to talk to you and I was like. Oh let's I would love to get your whole story Anna. Lots of lots of questions for you but first how are you guys doing in the corona virus year in New York City correct? Yes yeah so Read and I and the two young kids are in New York City and we've been quarantining here for ever and my eighteen year old son is in the hand ends at a house on the beach. That's nice he refused. He refused to come home. I sent a car for him would not leave. He's you know eighteen. He can make decisions now. Does interesting and my father like was on a cruised and ended up in Spain and like couldn't get home and he got home. He has a girlfriend he's so young I call. Dvd's and so he and his fetus came home and so there he's in Florida now and the good news is my my. I figure this out but my son just got into an amazing college and you know all the moms go on facebook and they post their kids going to college and they post the name. Yes you know am I to do that or would that I could make the college look that. If I see that you know everybody knows the Viva drector son goes there and it would. I don't know what I can. I do that. Can I post it? Why why were you saying why because you think just people don't like you and they'll think that you paid to get him in or something? Oh no no no no no. I don't have that kind of money but in a now but no like I don't know maybe the school wouldn't like it. You know because I'm a reality for sending and you know at academic institutions don't like reality people at all so I don't know I should. It is kind of interesting because I'm you know I'm like a little bit famous too. And I feel that same way when people about their kids on facebook and I kinda hold back on that because I feel like I don't know I don't want to and then other times I'm like why can't I do this as well. You Know Brag about my kid a little bit so I think I'll just leave it up to your child. I would ask him with it. And you're like look so essentially your son's a senior so You guys aren't GonNa have graduation. He's not going to have prom correct right but like could the school get annoyed like this. The college no. I don't think so. Okay I just whatever your relationship with his acceptance right. No Hey. I'm not an expert but no university level speaking of which okay. So we know you mostly because of your on real housewives of New York and you reminded me of something that get out on the historian of real housewives so I may even no information about real houses of New York that you know because you probably like all right but I remember something hearing about it and That Ramona's daughter. Avery was either Ashley the school or they chose to leave the school because it was a private Catholic school and yes and her being on the show and what was going on show was not well received. You know sales of that. I I do. I think the story was that I know the school And she could daughter did an interview on. My God is my dot. The daughter interview on housewives exceeded the talking head interview. And because of that is will from what I heard school church and so she went to school and asked to be on a housewife. I went to the all my kids go to private school. You're a Manhattan which is like last. You know it's like it's like getting into Co ops in Manhattan is is like getting is equally as hard to get into private schools and I went to all the schools and I asked for their blessing sort of This is GONNA do. And they were very strict about the school not being on the show. Very serious Still interesting because when I was a I was with Jill Alley because I did shows in In Palm Beach and standard their house and Booker two weeks ago. And when I was talking to Allie because we actually watched the first episode of Real Housewives of New York together which was so funny because Alley. Twenty seven now and she was fourteen on the show. And here's a big part of that first season and she said that she knew somebody. There was this show called. I don't remember it but it was called New York City rap and it was going to be the real life version of the gossip girl and it was really.

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"aviva" Discussed on Juicy Scoop with Heather McDonald

Juicy Scoop with Heather McDonald

08:03 min | 1 year ago

"aviva" Discussed on Juicy Scoop with Heather McDonald

"Juicy scoop ever. I am going to launch my one hour. Stand up. Comedy special. The Patriarch on on Thursday April night. Yes that's holy Thursday. This is my Christian service during the season of lent so because of the success of this podcast juicy scoop which are all listening to many of you may be aware that I was able to self produce my own four K. Professional stand up comedy one hour special and because of that I'm able to reprint. Release it to you via Patriot now. Originally this special was going to be released a little later in the year on one of the major streaming services but because the cove in nineteen crisis. Everything is taking longer and things are being held up. And I just didn't want you guys to wait and by giving you this extra entertainment via patron because I own it. I am able to raise a lot of funds which I will be using to really help the hardest hit communities from this crisis and one of those charities which I'm excited to tell you about is through my good friend chills Aaron who is on the show last week and she just started a charity called nauseous for nurses in which she started a gofundme me but she will coordinate the fund she gets from that to deliver food to hospitals for the nurses and of course everyone who works there and she coordinates it with all different cities delivery services who will deliver the restaurants that are nearby local restaurants. The hospitals that need it most so checkout gills page Mrs Gills Aaron on Instagram and And nauseous for nurses on go fund me. And I'll be participating in that as well but it's just a great idea because the nurses and the doctors than the everybody from the people that everyone who works at these hospitals right now Can Use a delivered meal right to their right in their hands because they're so stressed and Hungary and working these incredible hours so now. I'm very excited because I got a real juicy interview for you Viva Drescher. Who was on two seasons of the real house housewives of Newark? Which I know a lot of you guys are going back and catching up or excited for the premiere of the season coming up real soon here and she did not hold back in answering all of my and your questions so get ready for a real juicy one with Aviva Drescher so I am here with Aviva Drescher Former REAL HOUSEWIVES OF NEW YORK AUTHOR. Mother crazy father I love your story and We met Officially met in person I think one of the first shows that Luanne dead at the fifty four. I saw you so And then I got your number from Jill's Aaron and yes so I I've been wanting to talk to you and I was like. Oh let's I would love to get your whole story Anna. Lots of lots of questions for you but first how are you guys doing in the corona virus year in New York City correct? Yes yeah so Read and I and the two young kids are in New York City and we've been quarantining here for ever and my eighteen year old son is in the hand ends at a house on the beach. That's nice he refused. He refused to come home. I sent a car for him would not leave. He's you know eighteen. He can make decisions now. Does interesting and my father like was on a cruised and ended up in Spain and like couldn't get home and he got home. He has a girlfriend he's so young I call. Dvd's and so he and his fetus came home and so there he's in Florida now and the good news is my my. I figure this out but my son just got into an amazing college and you know all the moms go on facebook and they post their kids going to college and they post the name. Yes you know am I to do that or would that I could make the college look that. If I see that you know everybody knows the Viva drector son goes there and it would. I don't know what I can. I do that. Can I post it? Why why were you saying why because you think just people don't like you and they'll think that you paid to get him in or something? Oh no no no no no. I don't have that kind of money but in a now but no like I don't know maybe the school wouldn't like it. You know because I'm a reality for sending and you know at academic institutions don't like reality people at all so I don't know I should. It is kind of interesting because I'm you know I'm like a little bit famous too. And I feel that same way when people about their kids on facebook and I kinda hold back on that because I feel like I don't know I don't want to and then other times I'm like why can't I do this as well. You Know Brag about my kid a little bit so I think I'll just leave it up to your child. I would ask him with it. And you're like look so essentially your son's a senior so You guys aren't GonNa have graduation. He's not going to have prom correct right but like could the school get annoyed like this. The college no. I don't think so. Okay I just whatever your relationship with his acceptance right. No Hey. I'm not an expert but no university level speaking of which okay. So we know you mostly because of your on real housewives of New York and you reminded me of something that get out on the historian of real housewives so I may even no information about real houses of New York that you know because you probably like all right but I remember something hearing about it and That Ramona's daughter. Avery was either Ashley the school or they chose to leave the school because it was a private Catholic school and yes and her being on the show and what was going on show was not well received. You know sales of that. I I do. I think the story was that I know the school And she could daughter did an interview on. My God is my dot. The daughter interview on housewives exceeded the talking head interview. And because of that is will from what I heard school church and so she went to school and asked to be on a housewife. I went to the all my kids go to private school. You're a Manhattan which is like last. You know it's like it's like getting into Co ops in Manhattan is is like getting is equally as hard to get into private schools and I went to all the schools and I asked for their blessing sort of This is GONNA do. And they were very strict about the school not being on the show. Very serious Still interesting because when I was a I was with Jill Alley because I did shows in In Palm Beach and standard their house and Booker two weeks ago. And when I was talking to Allie because we actually watched the first episode of Real Housewives of New York together which was so funny because Alley. Twenty seven now and she was fourteen on the show. And here's a big part of that first season and she said that she knew somebody. There was this show called. I don't remember it but it was called New York City rap and it was going to be the real life version of the gossip girl and it was really.

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Dow Jones Plunges 1,400 Points

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00:30 sec | 1 year ago

Dow Jones Plunges 1,400 Points

"Outbreak continues to eat away at the stock markets Asian markets slid further on Thursday after the Dow lost six percent closing below twenty thousand on Wednesday and wiping out all gains made since president trump's inauguration Susan Schmidt at Aviva investors and that kind of environment short term valuation tools don't work because there is so much uncertainty in the markets are really stepping back from that I think a lot of investors continue to want to move to the sidelines and stay out of the way she expects a quarter or two at least of negative growth in the gross domestic product

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"aviva" Discussed on Marketplace Morning Report with David Brancaccio

Marketplace Morning Report with David Brancaccio

03:23 min | 2 years ago

"aviva" Discussed on Marketplace Morning Report with David Brancaccio

"Equities at Aviva Investors Good Morning Good morning so you could blame the weather the season midsummer but not a lot of volatility in recent days on stock market things that's because the profit reports have yet to really hit you're right it is a summer and people are under -cation. We don't see as much. Volatility or action in the market over the summer months at the same time we have profitability reports hitting this week banks for instance have been quite interesting got a bunch of financial services companies that reported there quarterlies this week. They're reporting. I mean that net interesting come. That's the difference between what they charge on the loans that they give people versus what they're paying to their depositors that is shrinking and so that's the profitability for banks. That's coming in normally when banks profitability shrinks. It's because there's bad add credit. They're not seeing any sign of that so while the consumer is doing very well based profitability is coming down and we're seeing some issues in mixed results in that sector Susan Schmidt at Aviva investors. Thank you so much thank you the the homeownership rate among African Americans has fallen about seventeen percent since its peak in two thousand four according to the U._S.. Census and new research this week from the Center for American progress finds homes in African American neighborhoods also do not appreciate initiate March or as quickly as those white neighborhoods marketplace's Tracey Samuelson reports the lower African American homeownership rate is a frustrating systemic and enduring problem says skylar Olsen the director of economic research at Zillow so even if we're talking about more recent trends we still can point to long term effects of policies that date you know more than fifty years ago because if your grandparents can and by House and use that house to build some wealth then maybe they couldn't help your parents by house and now your parents can't help you. That's just one factor that contributes to the racial gap in homeownership and Michaela Zonta with the Center for American progress says when people do buy homes. Does the prices in neighborhoods where there's a large concentration of African Americans don't increase in value as quickly as the predominantly white neighborhoods these can have vadim portent impact on that dope attune ity of black homeowners I sit to accumulate equity equity that kind of wealth that could help the next generation.

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"aviva" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"aviva" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"And Aviva coming up. Giants can ill-afford to fall any further behind their behind one to nothing. Now. Where they could tied up on one swing of the bat. D-backs trying to lengthen their lead here against Melanson. In San Diego tonight, seven degrees at game time that's about what the forecast is calling for. When the giants are there Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, real mild temperatures down in San Diego for the giants. Visit. The giants their Monday night, Tuesday Wednesday night. Seven ten starts Monday and Tuesday, six ten hour earlier on Wednesday and there's a ball inside the Milan-San did not real sharp with this control right now. He's donate pitches. Only three of the eight for strikes. Needs better sharpness in that. His best chance at success. Giants overloaded on the right side against the left handed hitting villa. The pitch to him is high. With the. Change up or the splitter to know. So he doesn't really have command of anything right now. Low Castro.

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Naomi Osaka, Australian Open And Mumbai discussed on Weekend Edition Saturday

Weekend Edition Saturday

00:20 sec | 2 years ago

Naomi Osaka, Australian Open And Mumbai discussed on Weekend Edition Saturday

"Mumbai women's title at the Australian Open belongs to Naomi Osaka. She'd be Petric Aviva the women's final today. The sock lost three championship points in the second-set. But came back in the third to claim the Australian ground the winds. Asakusa second consecutive grand slam victories. She won the US open

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After Starwood Data Breach, Marriott And Customers Face Costly Headaches

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04:10 min | 3 years ago

After Starwood Data Breach, Marriott And Customers Face Costly Headaches

"Support for this podcast and the following message. Come from internet essentials from Comcast. Connecting more than six million low income people to low cost high speed internet at home. So students are ready for homework class graduation and more. Now, they're ready for anything the question and answer website quarter is the latest company to report a data breach. The site says hackers may have accessed the data of one hundred million users when companies reveal massive data breaches like this. As Mary did with its Starwood properties last week. It's hard to pinpoint who stole what? And how that data was used because of that companies and their customers face a whole lot of expensive headaches. Here's NPR's Yuki Noguchi after data-breach companies undertake massive cleanup efforts to try to patch up at security and alert customers cybersecurity experts. Call this remediation Aviva lighten a cybersecurity analyst with Gardner says such costs vary. It can rain. From ten to one hundred fifty dollar a record stolen, depending on how many millions of records were stalling at half a billion affected. Guess Marriott's breach is one of the largest in recent history. It's also likely to face tens of millions of euros in penalties from new EU privacy laws that took effect this year apart from that light and says Mary out will have to pay for expensive upgrades to its security an additional fees and fines to credit card companies. But how effective are these efforts? Many experts say not very Nick Marino says director of cybersecurity in data protection at the government accountability office. I think the remediation can be pretty don't challenging not at least I think I can safely say Marino's wrote a recent report on the aftermath of last year's data breach. At equifax the credit reporting company. They're hackers stole personal information of nearly one hundred fifty million people many had to freeze their credit the cost equifax has topped four hundred million dollars to date, and this doesn't even. Clued extensive legal costs or fines. Marino says it's hard to trace incidents of fraud to a specific data breach in part because there have been so many over the years one thing that we talk about often with some of these breaches as the fact that if you take the data that was stolen from one breach combined with the data that's out there from different breaches. You know, a lot about an individual and use that information to carry out fraud. This situation has companies scrambling to protect themselves Marriott. For example, says it's trying to gauge what it cybersecurity insurance will cover but consumer advocates complain most of the cleanup falls to individual consumers who have to cancel credit cards, change passwords or monitor their credit, Mike lit with consumer group US per supports congressional proposals akin to the new European statute that would increase fines for data breaches one way to offset. These costs would be to actually make the investments on the front end John Tunis agrees. He's a class action. Attorney who? Old suit against Mary out the same day, it revealed its breach data breach litigation is gonna cost companies to want to avoid getting suit in a void regulatory scrutiny. So they're going to begin to spend more money on keeping information safe. But safety is an elusive constantly shifting goal. Even among companies that prioritize it Sean Joyce is head of cybersecurity and privacy at Price Waterhouse Coopers. He says cybercriminals have become harder to detect and defeat. It really looking at implementing box and complicated. Exploits that they're developing using machine learning joy says it's countries like North Korea that are driving the demand for hack data and their objected isn't necessarily to access an individual consumers Bank account the reality. He says is that breaches are inevitable. He offers companies this advice bite like heck to protect yourselves. Right. But what I'm saying is be prepared. And then. Have that ability to basically respond to recover quickly? You can do cheat. NPR news, Washington.

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Trump inviting Putin to Washington this fall

Bloomberg Daybreak: Europe

03:22 min | 3 years ago

Trump inviting Putin to Washington this fall

"Particular way was George Bush senior perhaps the dollar weakened on those, remarks before laser paring back some of that loss yeah absolutely we'll talk, more. About this story with job Horan from. Aviva investors where. You're going, to get the investor perspective on this story we also. Need to talk. About Donald Trump and Vladimir Putin we saw that extrordinary press conference earlier this week in. Helsinki Donald Trump inviting body me Putin once again to the White House focused through the detail there What's the upshot More controversy I guess To put it. In a short sentence Vladimir Putin has an invite. To Washington Mr. Trump announced that the dot invitation just as the US Senate was denouncing the original meeting in the fall out from that first meeting between the two leaders specifically the. Secrecy that surrounded at that to to our plus secret meeting now associate could in fact the Donald Trump's national intelligence chief told an audience. Yesterday that he doesn't know, what was, said during those talks plus. Private meeting not only that interestingly enough Dan Coats the national intell- intelligence chief he was he learned about the invite to, Putin whilst he was still on. Stage at that, same event from a journalist asking him a question about it. So I, mean, the timing of these things continues to sort of surprise everyone I think yeah I. Was watching that clip with Dan Coats being interviewed learning about this. New summit he didn't look super comfortable That's all I have, to say about that let's also talk a little bit about Brexit this morning Theresa May is expected to deliver this speech on her Brexit plans in, Northern Ireland the question is what has strategies that's right yeah she's on the second of a two day visit to Northern Ireland due to speak this morning she's expected to call for support from the for her. Plans to keep borders open based on the fact that to close them would be essentially a breach of the Good Friday agreement looks like. The basis of our sort, of argument, today passed that we're expecting. Her to reiterate the message that she's delivered before which is that a border within the UK is something that no British, Prime minister could ever except instead. She may spend, time promoting the idea of a free area a free trade. Area for, goods, but it certainly seems that she's going to be very tough on the issue of. Any any suggestion that there's A heart border, between Northern Ireland and Ireland yeah absolutely. I mean this is definitely one to watch. This issue because it is the crunch issue when it. Comes to Brexit talks we did see fresh Brexit talks between the new Brexit secretary. Dominic Robb and the the EU. Negotiator Michel. Bound, year in Brussels yesterday both of them to accelerate the pace of these talk spots the question. Is if they'll be able to with this huge issue on the Northern Ireland border still weighing on negotiation sir thank you very much indeed Richard MacAuley daybreak editor joining us live from. Hong Kong and four the needs that you need to start your day Bloomberg customers can access daybreak every.

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"aviva" Discussed on FinTech Insider

FinTech Insider

02:01 min | 4 years ago

"aviva" Discussed on FinTech Insider

"It's i'm sure if i look hot enough somewhere yeah we we one of the first group stars was actually in here and there were rats it was cold it was discussed the it's much better than that now i say say innovation can thrive with working ready isis and on that note let's get on with the show so i go i sort of know you guys pretty well i used to work for aviva back in two thousand and seven safer for me this is sort of a not quite a returned to whom i'll be honest because they saw offices a lot nicer than where i was i'll be honest but tell us a little bit about with each for these guys you don't know and know what what he's it i gave say aviva is a large financial servicemen and we offer beets be nbc products for customers we do things for and pensions to insurance t largescale investments and then here in the digital carriage we focus on digital product development for many beat c customers i'm we developed for customers of all types whereas i think there are often small offence a just looking at one particular type of customers serving people all across the country old all different demographics vertical and you guys got a pretty big footprint is all right in terms of the bite the uk market in abruzzo yes we live with at present and he's icy markets isn't it that were in some latin yes so a pretty pretty well spread although up smaller than we used to be our shiji over the past few years was to can't concentrate in the markets that we are going to do really well i'm with you and we kids innovate and scale our businesses did you guys have a innovation hubs like this a crush of markets are as this the headquarters is aware of innovation we we have i gotta ge's elsewhere i'm demean other god ages in singapore but we now have innovation hubs in canada eight in france in nor it ch murray.

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