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"ben paris" Discussed on The MMA Hour with Ariel Helwani

The MMA Hour with Ariel Helwani

08:22 min | 9 months ago

"ben paris" Discussed on The MMA Hour with Ariel Helwani

"Spotify audible and yes apple podcasts. All right so that is the main events arrest of the main car for ballots are neiman gracie as back taking mark lemon jer. That is the co main event alejandro. Lara's back taking on dna bennett. Who missed wade today. saw rogers pounds georgie carquinez. Take on rogers. That's a fun fight. And then the main card open up. With ben paris taking on john jones protege christian edwards who has a lot of potential at five dollars student is an explosive explosive individuals. So a lot of a lot of debut fighters a lot of fighters wanna know owen to the prelims. Some fresh meat so to speak. And then we Experience gets a little bit bitter bigger and bigger and better on the way up the main card so any other bella tour fight standouts you. They just like oh forget the ufc. I'm watching that fight. If i'd go that far we have a gracie popping up we have holland holland gracie will be on the prelims. I think is you his debut. Not miss. I'm pretty sure he's he's not as pro debut abilities beltway. Dsm yeah. He hasn't fought in fourteen years. Yeah well so young. He's only thirty four okay so interesting so apparently tried to have made things sometime ago and guess it didn't work out you can always you can always go home again as it were but yeah i mean. I'm very excited. Of course one hundred and deanna benefits ashamed. That bennett did this weight. And by such a such a pretty wide amount But putting that aside for now really nice competitive fight I think law. I still see lara. Someone who can be like. I know she's had her shot at the flyweight title. She's i think she's still developing. I think this could be a future. Champion is someone who like. She's had her shots. She's been pushed pretty hard by belts. Were already but i think he sticks with it. She has the kind of like skill set and confidential to make it and certainly the charisma that bells who wants a champion someone that they would want to push to the top so Really looking forward to that by indiana. Ben it's always fun to watch so again. It's a shame she missed weight. But that's that's definitely the the other standout fight on the main card sarah. What's what's your eye on spelter card. I mean again i. I actually don't know a lot of these names especially unlike the lower the card. But i really enjoy watching. Lara fight I'm always of course drawn towards watching females fight. I'm invested in it even if it's not my weight class. I thoroughly enjoy laura. I think that she's pretty smooth to watch. You can see that she's improving. She's growing and she's so changing as a fighter bennett while she's fun to watch. I mean she's missed weight quite a few times for different fights and i feel like i'm always know struggling making weight Not really finding class. That seems appropriate for her. She's not that big but now that she can you know she's missing for twenty five. I'm surprised by that so I don't really know what goes on in her campaign behind the scenes But i do think that that this fight potentially could be a tough fight for her casey. You got a wildcard delatour. Fight the canadians Laura lar lar lar. She's a joy to watch and she just has christmas. She's improving She's had some losses but she's she's also very good fighters he doesn't know so i just i kind of i the and i as much as i want to fight. She's had some kind of stinker fights very nice person great personality. But it doesn't really kinda come off intellectual fights so I'm hoping this is going to be an exciting fight The davos these ladies get to show off their whole skill set but i think this is Lars time they really shine and Yeah i like. I like lar. She's She's she's awesome car. Connie and roger should be fun. Rogers one of the more interesting stories and mma after some throw a little spotlight mark. Lemon jer interesting. I forgot about not smoking. Ultra seems to like them new to a new deal. He beat the breaks out of damarcus johnson and his last fight or demarcus jackson But the two prior fights that he had were to champion. Yaroslav amazon and fought julia willis who are two very tough out. it's This stage in their careers especially amazon. Who's not the champion Given them neiman gracie so clearly ballatore wants to do something with him. But it's up to him to to get over that hump and you beat new neiman gracie's got a good chance to do that. One hundred seventy pounds. That should be an interesting fight because lemons very good very good wrestler is good on the ground but neiman gracie. That's his world so can limit your sit. There and use a striking to his advantage can gracie do what he needs to do. That is a that is an interesting fight as well so but to be clear for the return home good main event. It's not the best offering belts are gonna put together here. It just isn't no. This is This this i was kinda surprised. When i found out this in san jose. I i figure if you're going back to san jose is going to be a crowd they're going to. I don't know you but some names on there But it's an it's an okay card. I think top to bottom. You've sees clearly a better card. But this is definitely fights to watch on speller card for sure and i think this bill to a card because like we said there's sort of a lot of less experienced fighters like an old delatour card where like the prelims are very regional. And i think you're gonna it means you're going to see some finishes. I think you'll see a lot of finishes. i know. People sort of equate that with what makes setting card cardis finishes which i don't always agree with but when you have one in one guys facing owen one guys and owen. Oh facing ono. You're usually going to see some sort of wacky nece and that that might be good for the live crowd. The live crowd will certainly be happy. I'm not how how the interest will be from people like tuning in you know online or e live happy. It'd be some you finish than the car v. gitane enough. So i'm looking at this whole thing with rose colored glasses as you should ak rather prince positively after all we do ak you know well you know So again for for those. Who are watching this after the facts. Which all of you now. Who tried to watch us the stream earlier apologies for the technical difficulties casey. The man the myth the legend got it. All put up and taking care of on the podcast number two as well Anything else wanted to discuss casey. You wanna wanna lead us in. Get ready to lead us out of here. Why is that canadian. Not farting in the ultimate fighting championship. She is a premier hundred and thirty five pound fighter. The uc is desperate for one hundred and thirty five pound contenders. She has not bought a manu. This she has not fought arena donna. There's all the names of the top of the list in the in the ufc that she has not fought. They need strong quality opponents. Like sarah i don't get it. Maybe they're scared. they're scared. maybe. Maybe i don't know what's going on. I don't know what's going on. Let's arena donald. She just lost her opponent right. She's gdr gr had pulled up energy and energy injury energy energy injury. Hula serious pull out any energy. And i mean come on when rhonda rousey within the bantamweight division like it was like man. I was all about it as soon as she left as like. Yeah i get. I get him in. The news is on a great role. She's go yada yada yada but the ufc hasn't built up that built up that way class. And you have a woman right here. Who will be rate opponent for any of those women at the top actually has been one of like incest. You all they keep the top names. Keep fighting each other alec okay. What matchup hasn't like number two in the top sides versus bring in those other talents and lose names haven't really changed the fact that mijas back i.

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"ben paris" Discussed on MMA Fighting

MMA Fighting

05:00 min | 9 months ago

"ben paris" Discussed on MMA Fighting

"Audible and yes apple podcasts. So that is the main events. Arrest of the main car for ballots are neiman gracie as back taking mark. Lemon jer that is the co main event alejandro. Lara's back taking on dna bennett. Who missed wade today. saw rogers three pounds. Georgie carquinez take on rogers. That's a fun fight. And then the main card open up. With ben paris taking on john jones protege christian edwards who has a lot of potential at five dollars student is an explosive explosive individuals. So a lot of a lot of debut fighters a lot of fighters wanna know. Oh to the prelims. Some fresh meat so to speak. And then we Experience gets a little bit bitter bigger and bigger and better on the way up the main card so any other bella tour fight standouts you. They just like oh forget the ufc. I'm watching that fight. I i don't know. if i'd go. That far we have a gracie popping up we have holland holland gracie will be on the prelims. I think is you his debut. Not miss. I'm pretty sure he's he's not as pro debut abilities beltway. Dsm yeah. He hasn't fought in fourteen years. Well so young. He's only thirty four so interesting so apparently tried to have made things sometime ago and guess it didn't work out. You can always you can always go home again as it were but yeah i mean. I'm very excited. Of course one hundred and deanna benefits ashamed. That bennett did this weight. And by such a such a pretty wide amount but putting that aside for now really nice competitive fight I think law. I still see lara. Someone who can be like. I know she's had her shot at the flyweight title. She's i think she's still developing. I think this could be a future. Champion is someone who like. She's had her shots. She's been pushed pretty hard by belts. Were already but i think he sticks with it. She has the kind of like skill set and confidential to make it and certainly the charisma that bells who wants a champion someone that they would want to push to the top so Really looking forward to that by indiana. Ben it's always fun to watch so again..

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"ben paris" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:34 min | 1 year ago

"ben paris" Discussed on KQED Radio

"And so we wanted to provide that information. You said that they're required to investigate abuse with that. That means abuse has to be reported on by just how concerned are you about people like Paris who Went much of their adult lives, not talking about what they experience. It seems like there's the possibility of there are lots of people falling in the cracks. Have absolutely And you know, I think with the advent of breaking code silence on Ben Paris, something coming out of her documentary and it kind of coming out with his book. You're going to have that people might feel more comfortable talking about it. Think when Paris first left her proper Provo Canyon. There wasn't the access to the Internet and social media and the spaces that have been created for people who have gone to program. Some of them are right. Private Facebook groups. And instagram circles, etcetera. The This exists down. So there might be a little more camaraderie but also an ability with more to process for those who had a poor experience, and I also because we have just about a minute and a half here. Do you agree with Kim that there needs to be A basic federal threshold for oversight and accreditation. Of these, these centers that states can then build on. So if you think that's probably going to be coming down the pipe, there was a couple of bills introducing the federal level, starting with representative George Miller from California. He has since retired. Represented. Adam Schiff has taken up that mantle over the last couple of sessions. He did not introduce it last session, but he was a little busy The so that might be something coming down the pipe. Eventually. I also No. We recently had the family first legislation that was passed regarding public pay programs and defining what a qualified residential treatment facility was. That might be part of that as well. We're talking about the behavioral treatment program Some parents turned to when they feel they've run out of options. Our guests are journalist and author Kenneth Rosen and Meghan Stokes of the National Association of Therapeutic Schools and Programs. We're also hearing from you, Amanda Tweeted. I was at a residential treatment program in Connecticut in 2006 through 2007. It didn't make me more resilient in terms of day to day functioning. I really lost my sense of self there. The head therapist had previously been a Catholic priest and somehow couldn't be objective. Yes, it's fair to say that cutting yourself to get attention when you're sad is a bad idea. But.

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"ben paris" Discussed on KPCC

KPCC

02:40 min | 1 year ago

"ben paris" Discussed on KPCC

"You're not going to assume that they have the support of the federal government to have oversight. You're gonna assume they might be just a private group were non profit. And so we wanted to provide that information. You said that they're required to investigate abuse, but that that means abuse has to be reported on by just how concerned are you about people like Paris who Went moat much of their adult lives, not talking about what they experience. It seems like there's a possibility of their of lots of people falling in the cracks. Have absolutely And you know, I think with the advent of breaking code silence on Ben Paris Hilton coming out of her documentary and then kind of coming out with his book, you're going to have that people might feel more comfortable talking about it. I think when Paris first left her pro R Provo Canyon. There wasn't the access to the Internet and social media and the spaces that have been created for people who have gone to program. Some of them are private Facebook groups and And instagram circles, etcetera. The This exists down. So there might be a little more camaraderie but also an ability with more than a process for those who had a poor experience, and I also because we have just about a minute and a half here. Do you agree with Kim that there needs to be A basic federal threshold for oversight and accreditation of these of these centers that states can then build on. So if you think that's probably going to be coming down the pipe, there was a couple of bills introducing the federal level, starting with representative George Miller from California. He has since retired. Represented. Adam Schiff has taken up that mantle over the last couple of sessions. He did not introduce it last session, but he was a little busy so that might be something coming down the pipe. Eventually, I also No. We recently had the family first legislation that was passed regarding public pay programs and defining what a qualified residential treatment facility was. That might be part of that as well. We're talking about the behavioral treatment program Some parents turned to when they feel they've run out of options. Our guests are journalist and author Kenneth Rosen and Meghan Stokes of the National Association of Therapeutic Schools and Programs. We're also hearing from you, Amanda Tweeted. I was at a residential treatment program in Connecticut in 2006 through 2007, though it did make me more resilient in terms of day to day functioning. I really lost my sense of self there. Had therapist had previously been a Catholic priest and somehow couldn't be objective. Yes, it's fair to say that cutting yourself.

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"ben paris" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

10:33 min | 3 years ago

"ben paris" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Chef in the chapel is off on an adventure down to South America. Traversing peru. That's right. Have you been to Peru? I have not been to peruse. I'm really excited to hear. What stories he comes back with particularly the food stories because you know, me I love a good travel Trump food travel. That's why I travel, but I would imagine he'll be back for next week show. Not sure what his return is. Nope. The week after that the week after he's gone for awhile. He's really seeing that country. What are you expecting to hear from him? What do you think is favorite thing about Peru is I don't think it's going to be potatoes? You don't think it's going to be the massive starch onslaught? No, I think he's no interior. He's going to find some Michelin starred restaurants in Peru. And he's going to think that they were spectacular. I think he's going to. I think there's if I remember, right? There's a large Japanese influence in Peru. And I think he's gonna come back surprised at how good the food was that kind of mash up a Peruvian Japanese food is just will have to wait with bated breath, smell that kind of breath. Do you ever you put bait on a unofficial where did that saying ever come from? Well, look it up. We'll look it up for next. Okay. Abigail Gallo is here. She is one of the women who shaped the cocktail culture here in Seattle or is going to I should say, and she's going to be bringing a cocktail. She brought us cocktail with many different sizes of ice. I have you have and tell us. So what brings you to town? What brings you? What's your job now and all sorts of things, I am the assistant general manager and bar manager. At Ben Peres, the new restaurant in the state hotel down on second and pike. In the old building. Right. Yeah. Yes. It was as a lot of locals are telling me it used to be a teriyaki maze and avoid Shah a wig shine. Of course, there was the original one of the original. Ben Paris restaurants was downstairs there as well. And I had a gentleman came in and tell me he used to come in while his dad would play cards and Ben Peres restaurant. He would play in the fishpond. No kidding. Paris. Was also a sporting goods store. Yes. Indeed. So it was a restaurant sporting goods store right there at second and pike. It's been an eyesore for quite a long time. And I know I went through with their hotel. You're a few years ago because he was thinking about buying it and turning it around. But it was going to be a lot of work in very many dollars. They put so much beautiful work into the spot. It is just gorgeous. I love the space wherein the windows. We have this beautiful mural by Karl Marx on the inside on the outside. We have a shepherd ferry mural. We're just surrounded by art. And then we're surrounded by the market, which is so key to all the ingredients in the food that we're using in the cocktails and just being that heart of Seattle there and that Goto place for resonance for tourists for locals for industry. We just wanna be that Goto place for everyone. Yeah. When you step out the front door of the year greeted by the big market clock, right there at the entrance. The newsstand dealer rent is to your left and straight away. You've got famous pike place fish where they throw the fish. So it's quite the location. I feel so lucky to have just moved to Seattle and land right here in this beautiful spot. Yeah. I love coming to work every day. So and you're probably there, right? When that market is opening I would imagine some mornings when Tom, and I just love it love, it may be the most walking through with chef Quinton, everyone all the vendors Noam. Hey, Jeff how you doing? They wave to them. They tell them they got some special stuff in just for him. Like he knows everybody in the market. It's really great to walk through with him. I feel like I'm on a guided tour with the mayor of the market, very nice. Let's get back to your origins where you're from how you got involved in the cocktail world, and what can we expect to see down at the state hotel? I am originally from New York City. My grandfather used to work with Oscar. Kinsky the creator of the ward off salad at the story hotel. So I do have this like lineage, my grandpa taught me how to make a Manhattan when I was seven in Manhattan in Manhattan. So convenient because if you teach your kid, and they can just go and make you a Manhattan. True when you're one of forty six grandchildren. You do whatever you can to stand out grandpa. So he remembers you like, here's here's me with oh, it's Abigail with the bar cart rolling. So I've always had a love of classic cocktails growing up and didn't really have time to implement it in my life until I started really getting into the fine dining scene in New York. And realized that there was a hole in the market. I was going to wonderful cocktail bars. I was willing to wonderful restaurants. But there wasn't good food the cocktail bars. And there wasn't good cocktails at the restaurants. So I said, oh, I really want to bring these two worlds together because I love these two worlds. So I kind of started and luckily being in New York City at the time at the turn of the twenty first century there was this golden age of bartending happening. So I got to learn from some of the best and decided that I wanted to continue to learn from the best and move to New Orleans Louisiana where I worked with chef Nina Compton at compare Lapan in the warehouse district and really loved the culture of New Orleans and found a very similar to my New York City upbringing, but still. A nomad an adventurer like my French Canadian ancestors, I followed in their footsteps through the Anna purchase and ended up in on the west coast and just like my ancestor who is on the Lewis and Clark expedition. I finally made it. And here you are in the Pacific northwest wish that at the end of the Lewis and Clark expedition there in Vancouver Washington that they would have run into a fine. Cocktail bar. Awesome. So now that you're in the Pacific northwest you here in Seattle where are you taking your inspiration from for cocktails? I'm definitely inspired by the the history of the city. I've always loved like delving into the history of the city one of the cocktails. We're going to have today is called the seamstress. And in my research about early Seattle. I come to found out that the tax revenue eighty percent of the tax revenue for the city of Seattle over a ten year period came from seamstresses and those early days, and I was thinking. Wow. There must be so many, great, clothing factories. Oh, no, wait, seamstress means something else. So this is an armagnac cocktail. And I often tell people when I'm explaining to them. What armagnac is that? It's like cognac slutty or more fun. Cousin? So. Stressing the seamstress thing. So that's cocktails called the seamstress. It's light refreshing, low A B cocktail kind of a play on an apparatus spritz and a paper plane. Wow, fun. All right. Let's see. All right. So we're just going to do a little bit of lemon juice. Lemon juice in here. And we have our seamstress which is apple and armagnac and a local Marco made from letter press. So again, generally just wind with a lot of herbs or just. It's a distillation with herbs bitter herbs sometimes a little sweetener, this particular gentleman who makes us a moral is inspired by his grandfather who came from Abruzzo Italy and had a liquor store in Rome and and loved the Amoros and the and the lemon cellos that he would have when he went and visited his family. So I related to that as well since that's my other side is Italian and a little ice cubes in here. We're going to give it a good little shake. None of this slow berry blue kin. That's my next drink gin Griffey juniper that would make sense like there's a little cocktail pick. I see. Yes. I am. Baseball fan. I am so excited to be in a city with a real baseball team. Oh, as opposed to where you've been where you feel like you haven't had a real baseball team. Well, we have three sports in Louisiana high school football, college football and the saints champagne on top. This is like a woman saying, that's what it should sound like when you open champagne, let's see how I do. Oh, not too bad. Not too bad, usually minus like a woman screaming. Little right. I know exactly. And that is our seamstress a little lemon twist on top. So chicken little aromatic. It's so beautiful burnt orange. We'll post a picture on our Facebook page. If you want to see what it takes look what it looks like. And then we only have a minute or so for the Ken Griffey or the Jin Griffey JR. Yes. The Jin Griffey. Juniper nice big cubes of ice today. We're using we're going to be using different Jin's, depending on what we find a seasonal in the market. And we're going to have some nice Jin's that go with it. So this is a little slow berry blue gin, and we're going to have a little fresh citrus time. Grapefruit lemon lime and black. Mary is and then just a little fresh tonic poured on top. These are big cocktails that you make. Well, I, you know, I do I wanted to make enough for everyone here. Okay. So these are, but this is a Spanish style gin and tonic which is served in a large goblet that has a little bit more. Jin a little bit more tonic rather than gin. And so it's those refreshing hot Spanish summer days, and as beautiful aromatics that are released through that large goblet shape. And again, kind of the perfect thing that I would personally wanna drink. If I was at a baseball game sunny day, a nice big like. Why like especially because it's not overly sweet. And it's got enough liquid in it that you can nurse it for a while. Absolutely. And this is served on our bar cart for more people order this at the bar, and we will come with a bar cart to your table with all the botanical and fruit and gin and tonics that you could choose yourself delay lovely lovely Abigail Golo is our guests from the state hotel. The new hotel down at second and pike.

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