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"boston magazine" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"I'm telling you you know think about how Black Lives Matter has crumbled and as we've said all the suckers that gave them that gave them money it doesn't end there This is from the Boston Herald The founder of violence in Boston that has the same goals basically is Black Lives Matter The founder Monica canon grant used her nonprofit's coffers as her own federal prosecutors allege as he violence in Boston founder faces charges of defrauding people who thought they were contributing to a good cause when they were actually funding her meals car payments and nails salon appointments Canon grant and her husband Clark grant who already was criminally charged by the feds alleging he had engaged in pandemic assistance fraud agreed to use violence in Boston as a vehicle to personally enrich themselves and others according to the federal indictment and sealed Tuesday U.S. attorney Rachel Rollins office announced the allegations after authorities arrested canon grant who then made a brief appearance in federal court She was released on her own recognizance on several conditions including that she can't apply for financial grants as the case moves forward Oh my God Listen to this though because this is the part that just is mind boggling All right You ready for this All right Prosecutors allege that the pair cash checks into their personal accounts of money that was meant for violence in Boston Now this is this is the one this is the doozy This showed you the suckers that exist out there including the prosecutor who is prosecuting this because in 2019 the Suffolk district attorney's office then led by Rachel Rollins now the top federal prosecutor in the office that's bringing these charges gay violence in Boston a $10,000 grant that were required to be used for anti violence work Wow Exactly And not only that not only that This organization with the same goals of Black Lives Matter ripped off Black Lives Matter Oh man that's a whole new take on the liberal circular fire My gosh The feds also claim that canon grand took $3000 at the organization Cambridge black lives matter donated to feed needy children and Senate right to a family member Well to be to be intellectually honest the question asked did that family member have needy children That were hungry Wow Wow Ken and grant is associated with self repeatedly with U.S. representative Presley's campaign Part of the squad which says she never worked there and declined to comment further Ken and grant's profile particularly soared during the racial justice protest of the summer of 2020 When she organized a massive rally in Franklin part in which she yelled blank the police the donations poured in as did the glowing profiles The Boston Globe naming her bostonian of the year Oh really Boston magazine 2020 best social justice advocate Like we said everyone everyone on the left industry business prosecutors office all suckered in to the big lie of the summer of 2020 That police departments were systemically racist to hunt down blacks And all they did was take the emotion of it and rip you off You a bunch of suckers Wow Does it ever end now Scams Scams scams scams scams scam What's her name Was it Patrice colors of Black Lives Matter We have to do anything We didn't have to solicit They were just giving us the money to sending money They were lining up to give them money Wow Not only did you buy into their lie but they suckered you into giving them money and then used it for their own purpose personal purposes The First mean it's such a they have to look at this was such an easy con game We didn't have to go to solicit We set up this con where they gave us money We didn't even have to solicit it Or ask for take my money take my money rip me off lie to me Thank you sir I have another Wow They said but after The Boston Globe named her bostonian of the year in Boston magazine the 2020 best social justice advocate but news stories turned sour local conservative news blog TB daily news put out a series of reports on violence in Boston's financial dealings and grant receipts topics of the indictment touched heavily on and then cannon grand further fueled the fire with several outlandish statements that generated immediate blowbacks such as basically claiming that a teen was lynched And going after a black Republicans interracial relationship because they're racist Yeah Wow You know it really is never ending No It really is never ending But how people don't see this ahead of.
"boston magazine" Discussed on WTOP
"Optima tax relief dot com Two 35 Could there be another round of government stimulus spending on the way because of the ongoing COVID pandemic The Washington Post reports lawmakers from both parties have had some preliminary talks about that possibility right now sources say the focus is on helping businesses such as restaurants and performance venues Maryland democratic senator Ben cardin and Mississippi Republican senator roger wicker have reportedly put together in $68 billion package there's still working on a final proposal There is perhaps some new clarity this afternoon about the CDC's shortened quarantine period for those who've tested positive for COVID CDC director doctor Rochelle Walensky says this after you have finished the 5 day isolation period you should take a COVID test If that test is positive people should stay home for those extra 5 days And if that test is negative people really do need to understand that they must continue to wear their mask for those extra 5 days to complete a ten day isolation period The original isolation period was ten days the CDC shortened it last week The agency has faced pressure over the last week from outside medical experts to include a testing component in its new shortened isolation period Federal health leaders say they are not changing the definition of being fully vaccinated against COVID but they are urging you to stay up to date on virus protection by getting boosters that move to keep the existing definition of fully vaccination for vaccination that is either two doses of vaccines.
"boston magazine" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Everyone Jimbo Han in show Michael Harrison is frequent guests with jamming with me and Philadelphia DOM Giordano sitting in for Jim bohannon The editor and publisher of talkers magazine among other things but he has a wide scope of interests that sort of platform through talk radio into all kinds of things and we're near the end of the year at least any shows I'll be doing for Jim So Michael's witness tonight to talk about some of the biggest stories that filled her through in most talked about people and talk radio But beyond that the major trends and transitions that may be taking place now headed into the future Michael welcome back to the Jim bohannon show Oh it's great to be with you Tom Thank you for having me on And I was thinking as you were talking that one of the wonderful things about talk radio and especially for guys like you and me and Jim who've been in it for a very long time and are still on the leading edge but have great roots in its heritage Is that talk radio offers its participants and its listeners the opportunity to talk about everything Because everything's connected And one of the things with inexperienced talk show hosts is when you're on three hours a day four hours a day 5 days a week You start to weird thin if you don't have a lot of life experience and interests beyond just the talking points of the day Exactly And people from the outside they may hear a few hosts who are centered in just politics politics politics every decimal and symbol But for a long time you've talked about other aspects of this but let's first start with the biggest stories through talk radio then talk about some of the things that are coming up at the end of this year I would say the passing of Rush Limbaugh is probably the biggest story but what do you say this year Well it's certainly the number one story is COVID And it was the number one story last year And it might be the number one story next year And COVID is an era It's not just a year It's not just a story It's an era that we're living through and we have no idea how long it's going to go But once I remember people asking me how long do you think this pandemic is going to last And I said three months four months at the most couldn't imagine that it would rip through our society and our times like a tornado And just change everything I mean so many changes and it became politicized So it had a double whammy on the radio as a story The other story obviously is the aftermath of the election The new Biden administration and the economy during the age of the pandemic So the economy has been a gigantic stories matter of fact this week the economy is being talked about even more than COVID The whole mansion thing and the build back better vote or non vote crazy stuff And then of course there's just the partisan politics January 6 That and the investigation And Donald Trump looms over the year as a major political figure even though he's out of office Haven't seen that in a presidency not in my lifetime where the outgoing president remained like the leader of the opposition and I guess Stevenson was that way in the 50s but hardly hardly like Trump And so it's been a very very interesting time for politics for the health situation And the technology that has come out of the pandemic really is catapulting us into the future Well talk show host though at least the ones I talk with that I like they're looking for and I know I'm looking for and I know in your role you're looking to for stories that are not just COVID every day or Trump or related to that that break through are there any things that have any legs or are they We just have to keep scouring for these interesting things that I mean I did a thing Michael recently on national monuments here on the bohannon show The last time I was on not this week about who our national monuments too and people I got more emails on that because they were trying to get some of the lesser ones in the top ten of who we put monuments up to Stuff like that just intrigues me the flow and where does it go What have you found this year And you do a show the rap each week in which you take a look at the big issues of the week But we're looking for these things that just engage all of us and this community of talk radio not just the talking point stuff Yeah in other words the crime and the violence the race relations the immigration issue of the climate change How social media is destroying our minds We have no security no privacy and then of course there's China and Russia and North Korea How is that China China I like talking about though for the reason is I think talk radio is one of the forces that gets it how severe of a challenge China is and you don't hear that in the rest of the media often enough I think you're right You don't hear it often enough But I think that's changing I think that over the past three years that we've been tracking this remember I tracked the subjects the way billboard magazine tracks the record hits That's right And China is definitely in the forefront now because people are worried about what China is going to mean to their economics their personal per strings they're worried about what China means to the privacy issue because of their surveillance They're worried about the militarism of China that still is a problem although we're entering an era where cyber war will replace military war I think that that's one of the major changes that we have to get used to happening I mean it's like we don't think that way We still think in terms of bombing and soldiers shooting each other and we've certainly seen enough of that in the Middle East But the fact of the matter is in terms of our relationship with China it's all about artificial intelligence It's all about cyber war It's all about the Internet And spying And controlling things Because if you control artificial intelligence and you control the digital era well you can have a whole army that's coming against you suddenly going to complete this right without a doubt And that brings me to one of your interests and what you do every day and your own personal interest involves technologies social media moving forward What's some of the major trends at the end of the year you see bleeding into 2022 or beyond I think that the James Webb.
"boston magazine" Discussed on Beyond Retirement
"He's also a multiple year recipient of the boston magazine's five star wealth management award mark. Thanks for joining me today. Thanks for having me on jackie. I think you've got a whole lot of credentials there that i definitely can't touch and that's okay. I don't wanna be a financial financial guru for anybody but One of the things. I didn't read out. Is you say that the secret year longevity is asking questions at other other advisers. don't ask. Can you tell the listeners. A little bit about how you figured out what those questions are and what they might be. You know i. It's a great question that i don't think it's necessarily that. I know the questions that aren't asked. It's more that. I feel like i listen better and it's not about me. It's about them. And there's one designation that i used to tell people that i have. I used to do seminars years ago. You know i was a talk. Show host in a certified financial planner a cfp and a d a d and they'd go what's the ad i said. Well that's a dad of a six year old and learned more about communications from her than in any conference or anywhere industry publications ever and she's the one who opened my eyes really to understanding. The question is necessarily the question. There are so many different layers. And you know. I may hear what you are saying but it may not be what you're really asking so i tend to just sort of repeat back what i think i heard and then we sort of go from there I also think in our industry specifically I think our industry has done it wrong. A lot when it comes to either training advisors or educating consumers When it comes to training the advisor to many advisors look at their clients as cash cows. You know they come on in. Oh boy how. Much of a commission can i make much revenue. Am i going to generate. And that's you know that's really not why they're coming to us. They're coming to us for guidance. For help for council and you know my business model is more about counseling and getting paid a fee for doing that than it is about selling products and i think therein lies also an underlying problem. We have in our industry that too many consumers don't trust us don't like the way that we communicate and you know it it speaks to You know a third of my clients are suddenly single women. Because i don't talk to them. In the usual financial jargon or like are male dominated industry does to women. You can't do that. There's no connection. So i think it's really important for us to figure out how to have proper communications out a listen well and then once you start listening then you can start to find the questions that as i say so. Many of my other peers do not ask..
"boston magazine" Discussed on Planet Mikey
"Last night. And when he saw last night, was maybe the most pathetic thing I've seen this year from that team. In that they built the bulls committed Boston, 5 and one record Celtics looking good, fighting it out with him. They go through three quarters. They're up 19 points. In the third, in the third, they start the fourth up 14. What happens? They lose by what? 12. 14. They lost by 14 points. What was the fatal mistake? Well, they did not play good basketball. Yeah, right, exactly. And so what happened today was Marcus smart. I like to call him mark is smart. That's just 'cause I like it sounds better. Mark is smack called him out the two stars of the team, which are jaylen Brown and Jason and Jason Tatum. Because he says they got to look to pass the ball, you know? And I've been saying this to my son as for watching and he said, they try to force it down the middle, and then they get the ball knocked away or what have you. Or they go, they go to the three point land and they they don't play basketball. They don't play Celtics basketball they don't play James Naismith basketball. It's ridiculous. All you gotta do is if you're gonna go to the middle Jayson Tatum and bring three guys with you, triple team and your double team, 'cause their issue is to stop YouTube. You two js. Jason and Jalen, the other team knows we got to stop those guys. So the guy goes into the paint, three guys from. There's gonna be two guys open. When you do that, when there's three guys covering one guy, two guys are open, but they don't think like that. They think I make this basket and be a hero. It's insane. And sometimes they have 40 point games or whatever. I get that. They have big numbers, but they fucking lose. So they're not thinking like a team. They're not playing like a team, the coach doesn't have them prepped properly and the two stars of the game are selfish. I gotta say the word selfish. I think Marcus smart is a 100% correct when he talks about how they aren't getting it done. And it's terrible. My son says, that was a wasted time. He watched this the whole game. Every minute of it. Even when his 12 seconds left in their down 6, he goes, no, let's watch the end. What if he's got hopefulness of a young fan? He's 11. And it's killing him. So I'd kill him me, 'cause they're not playing basketball the way I remember it played. I miss being that like young sports fan where you have all that irrational hope. Yeah. Where it's like, all right. All we need is a three run Homer and a double. They're down 21 with a minute 15 left. All right, so this is what they need. They need a pick sex, they need to get the onside kick, score touchdown, get the outside kick in. Score another touchdown. This tight. And then we'll go over to them and it'll be all good. They can still wait. I miss that. But think about that one time when it really happened and you saw it. Yeah, well, that's right. And that's you have to hang your hope on that kind of thing. But this Celtics team is pretty much the Super Bowl against the Atlanta Falcons. If you can't defend a 19 point lead in the third quarter, on your home court, well enough to survive the win. It's one thing for them to come back and maybe you win by three. No, they didn't do anything. They laid down. You let everybody stomp all over. It made me sick. Didn't happen to lose any money on that one. That adds to your disappointment. Yeah, you know who screwed me this weekend too with sports bets? The Cincinnati Bengals. I had three parlays because I had the bills, they covered. I had the rams, they covered. They won by 16 it was 14 and a half spread. I said, I'll do it anyway. All the Bengals had to do with minus four. They got whatever was against the jets. And they lose because you know why? 'cause the ref I can't get into it. Yeah, bring them down, Bill. Get them zen again. Come on, Mike. Excuse me. 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Boston Public Radio Podcast
"boston magazine" Discussed on Boston Public Radio Podcast
"Is former assistant secretary of the department of homeland security faculty chair of the homeland security program. Harvard's kennedy school of government and an analyst for cnn. Coming up it's methane madness control toilet training cows speaking flap and flush our climate change warriors down the drain. We'll find out corby. Kummer joins us for that moore. He's next on eighty nine seven h. boston public radio back to boston. Public radio modrica. And jim braddock join us along talked latest headlines about food policy industry how we eat and toilet training for cows corby kummer corporate executive director food. We're so low rent we have. What is the executive director of the food and society policy program at the aspen institute senior at the atlantic and senior lecturer toughs friedman schools contrition science and policy. High corby specialist on all right. So we're here. We'll find out gonna keep you in suspense on the toilet training thing for a couple of minutes because there's just great piece of near at times about you know we've talked for ages about the labor shortage in restaurants and it does seem corby by reading this piece that you pay people more you give them health benefits. Don't make them work eighty hours a week. You have them actually given vacations and guess what you can hire more people to work in your restaurant us. That's the bottom line here So first of all. Let's plug jane black. The former longtime food editor boston magazine. A wonderful writer and did this piece in the new york times about building back better when it comes to restaurant jobs and she stole my idea which i'm going to rework on my aspen program. Did of many good insights in this one of them is just as you said march. If you pay people more money you can get them to apply so when you know. There's been enormous pushback on the idea. There's a job. There's a worker shortage. There's a worker shortage but more than that. There's a wage shortage if you offer people more money. They will apply for jobs. What's the main problem with that. For restaurant owners they already operate on extremely thin margins and as one incredibly inspirational woman named amanda cohen in new york city at dirt candy vegetarian celebrated restaurant it. I had to run a better business. After the pandemic so her tasting menu went from ten to three to four choruses. He had to learn how to operate much more. lean Because she had fewer employees but by doing that she was able to continue paying the high wages. She was already committed to. She was one of the first people to incorporate hips into her wages and after other places like the unions hospitality group began and ended after worker. Rebellion chic kept it going but she had a one percent barely profit margin and she says that now that she is just improved her business model. She's up to five percent. So i think the insights arc pay people more gave them paid time off. Try to give them health insurance all the stuff that is very expensive very expensive. Means you have to have a better business plan. That sounds easy but it actually has been a huge challenge or restaurant owners before and after the pandemic by the way since you mentioned somebody in york we should also mention someone in our catchment area. That's quoted in jane..
"boston magazine" Discussed on Slate Money
"Pick back up on what you were saying about the precarity of workers because the absolute no-doubt hands down best piece of magazine journalism of the week if not of the year so Is this astonishing piece in new york magazine about delivery workers for restaurants and emily you are raving about it. What did you learn from this. Okay so the pieces of the new york magazine cover story. It was written by the investigations reporter at the verge tech site and he originally set. This is crazy to me. This guy set out to write a story about e bikes and how they were affecting new york city and it turned into a story about not about e bikes but about new york city delivery workers and how they were faring especially in the pandemic and e bikes were a part of the story because they make delivery workers deliver much faster and they also make them much more targets for theft. So that's one thing. I learned from the pieces. That delivery workers are getting robbed. I really high rates especially right now because there's fewer people around to stop it. And as a result they've come together in solidarity and sort of formed these groups to fend off the attack so i learned that as well felix. I also learned that being. I mean already kind of assumed that being a delivery worker. Delivering seamless and uber eats in new york. City is like not the funnest best job that you could have but it so much worse than it used to be like. I remember when i was in graduate school. I worked at pizzeria on that west side and we had these two delivery guys and they had their bikes and like when they weren't doing deliveries they just hung out in the back. At peachtree. we all would be like. Oh my god. Someone didn't get this pizza. They didn't want it and we'd all go and eat it together with the delivery guy. I was a waitress or whatever and we love the delivery guys but that culture where the delivery guy hangs out in the restaurant waiting in between deliveries is gone because of these apps announced delivery guys and women. Sorry nearly always guys. They're just like on their own. They don't have anywhere to go to the bathroom. They don't have anywhere to have a break there. Like finding these like weird places to congregate and go to the bathroom and eat. Because they don't have that anymore from the restaurants because the apps made a bad job even worse worse. I wanna add one thing about the e-bikes which is before citi bike. Basically gateway drug new york into accepting e-bikes delivery workers were using e bikes before new york. City can figure out a way to register regulate them and as a result they were constantly getting their bike seized police by the police because they were giving the bikes by the police number. There's a tremendous immigrant population of delivery. Workers they were getting bikes by the police. Some of them were being arrested. Some of them were like the target of ice enforcement. And so as a person who has benefited from the mass adoption of e-bikes. Because i love them. I remember being in new york and living in queens and watching delivery workers on e bikes. Just get harassed for this thing that now is like hey. This is a benefit of being a city commuter and so just the ongoing unfairness of everything you describe is just incredible. It's a dp broken system. And of course the reason why. These delivery workers driving around town on three thousand dollar. E-bikes is because that is the only way that they can compete with the other delivery workers who are on three thousand dollars e bikes like the equilibrium would work if everyone was just walking around on foot right but then like someone was like. I'm gonna do it on a bike. And i'm going to be faster and that way i can make more money and then everyone else it'd be good by one person was like i'm going to do on an e bike so i can be to make more money then. Everyone needed to get even only just making more money is that they are given these explicit targets that they have to hit by the apps deliveries per hour was an insane exact and you get dinged by the algorithm if you're not keeping pace whatever targets they set and then you won't even get on the schedule for like the prime time to make money and the next day like it's instant punishment if you're not keeping up a pace and there was something in the piece that was like if you go as fast as you need to go to meet. These targets your. They're putting their lives in danger. Going really fast on the e bikes to. I mean not only a big at the bike stolen but like the delivery workers getting into said car accidents and getting hurt not infrequently so people can get like a single piece of cake delivered to them in the middle of the night like also that. I don't know that was kind of gross to me. As well like people just ordering like small amounts of things these poor men risking their lives. Live in downtown manhattan and right now that seems to be this huge war going on between a bunch of different services with names like gorillas and fridge no more than fifteen twenty basically saying we will deliver you stuff in ten minutes. Open the app or the thing and it will be at your door in ten minutes. There's like how is that even possible. And that is if nothing else. An absolute guarantee the yoga have a bunch of people running through red lights and basically making the streets. More dangerous for everyone. I do wanna shot out one to the city new york because we are talking about new york they did in december twenty. I one of if not the first one of the stories about loose delivery nido switch was like the union. Emily that new york city food delivery workers had banded together to form as a response to the pandemic meeting that everybody who could afford to trying to order delivery at home instead of going out to eat a one of the interesting things about this article was the tension between basically two groups have delivery drivers one of whom was trying to work with the apps and with the city new york and with the police and kind of saying we need to unite to be able to get their protections that we need and deserve versus another group is just like these people will never do anything for us and we just need to take matters into our own hands and putting effort into trying to you know outreach to local police free things is always going to be a waste of time. Yeah in the piece. The policemen care about stolen bikes until someone was finally like. This bike cost three thousand dollars and the cop was like. Oh interesting your banking stolen in new york. It's too you're just like well. It had a good run the odds of getting it back zero. My favorite part of the peace was debate on the avenue bridge where the delivery workers would get regularly assaulted like people were just ambushed them as they were coming over the bridge and they wind up having this whole system of going in groups to make they had protection in numbers but then when the assault did happen there were police cameras on the bridge and they were like they would go to the police and the police would be like. We don't have any rack. Or if there's a soul happening on the bridge with their like this place on the bridge in this time and it turns out an absolutely classic new york moment. The all of the police cameras were concentrated on the roadway. Because care about is is car. None of them cared about what might be happening in the bike lane. Estrin path next door stacey felix. You guys live in new york city. Are you going to be do you. Order from these apps do feel icky when you order from the apps. What do you do. One of the very first meals ordered as i immediately went into quarantine when i got here and had no food and no pots and nothing to cook with. I can hold the restaurant. I was like yet. No i'm going to go on your website. Find your phone number at give you my credit card details over the phone. Like it's two thousand and seven and then kind of tip extravagantly so i'm just gonna. I'm trying to make a conscious decision to not use the middle apse as it were but it doesn't help because most restaurants even if you do cool them even if you do go through right..
Boston Public Radio Podcast
"boston magazine" Discussed on Boston Public Radio Podcast
"And then take the subway to newbury street. Where i go to booksellers and cafe. It's a a full service restaurant down by massa. Right yeah yeah. He got and It's it's great i. They have food and it. It's just I mean never mind the good food. It's just cool how it's a full-service full service restaurant inside of a bookstore. Colo like I also like the seaport area. Not necessarily because if anything to taylor but just because there's a lot of memories with all the all the different comic conventions and whatnot that i've been to in the area. Yeah sean thank you for the call that legal seafood type. It shouldn't be saying because it's always been doing azra cpas which i'm not but the bar on top alito seafood. Down the seaport. That's pretty cool. It's pretty cool. Yeah and and some people have mentioned that horticultural hall which is right next to the christian science church. That's gorgeous manure is going to work for boston magazine. My office was in horticultural hall looking out there. It was incredible. Because i was lowly lowly person there i got a great office looking out on the christian science church. That if you haven't been there that's spectacular. I don't think i have actually. You're talking about right across symphony hall right right across right. Yeah right across is horticultural hall. You used to be the horticultural society or something like that and this escort boston magazine there. And you haven't absolutely gorgeous view of the christian science church which is really nice to symphony hall is worth seeing trinity church people talking about trinity church us another great one too where i've never been to behind the green monster. I guess this is bucket list to the bucket list question. What would you do before heading out of town. I've never done that behind the scenes store. Well isn't aren't. Isn't that some of the red sox players. Just go to relieve themselves in the middle of the game behind the green monsters. Guess i'll have to report back on that that. I'm not sure how you did. Oh linda calling to correct us. I guess iran's not winthrop. She says in boston the boston harbor islands are great. Right jordan xilin.
The Kirk Minihane Show
"boston magazine" Discussed on The Kirk Minihane Show
"Do eli fallen this odd. Even number i kind of get. I have that not to the extent. It's not ocd. Because i could not do it and be fine. But i have that a little bit but you count the total of sips throughout the meal. No no no like at the end. And i'm done with my meal. I like to do two sets of two sips and then get out of there but then last night i was. I got into this whole thing was like well. That's only one set of two sets of two. Oh and i did it again. And i was like what's do two sets with two sets of two and a couple of this two sets of that. I thought no. That's only wants and i was off to. The races was literally. Like i was like i was like it was quite a scene doing that. All out loud and there's a table next to the guy came over for like fifteen minutes. Because like i paid the check. He's like do you want any else. I was like no. I'm good just three. No four more waters. Can you ask me that again. So you asked me that twice but then it's only once. Yes so boston magazine. Who wrote this disguised. Tom stack poll. Who's asshole wrote this absolute hit t summit Three years ago. Now i get a lot of my time. One thing i've always said about this guy is Is tom stack book. Is we met for sandwiches at What the hell's stockyard. No no no. No this is a firehouse subs. And he ate deepali it meatball sandwich and he would hit the sauce in his fingers. He would put his mouth in the entire finger and lick sauce off. I do remember that entire finger in the mouth human. yes yes so I did like general. Was a little bit while i was there in like i go on with her. She's always been really nice to meet. You went to want him. I think my mom's wake my. She's not with her. I know plenty of people at the with her online. But we'll go through. It weren't see out the. I have never read in my life. A piece this ass kissy about anybody ever like. I was like this is a this is a planted missing something here and there. It was pretty cool. I think people on twitter to tell you to fuck off should have exposes about. It's just weird. It was very odd and the longer it would have been funny. Conan was fucking with me to tell him to read it because it was tedious. Like trying to get through. It's it's it's it's a it's like a fucking novel ever wrote it. It's maybe he's she our friends with her bogle because like it really has nothing to do with the but when you do get the shit on roy like us like you know. The guy wrote the story about her. I'm sure she's like you know. Thanks i guess the weird thing to do. It's like a restaurant like you could do that with any city. Justin could have that written about him and it would be just yeah. It's just i don't get it. It's it's i. I i read it and i was like i was like. This is the biggest at literally the biggest asking piece i've ever seen in my life in any format ever and i don't really know why it was written at all. It's it's what four thousand words maybe long. The the interesting thing about her is that she's a lunatic like she's like she kinda on yelp. Somebody will leave a review cubic. Fuck you your wine. That's what's interesting about her. I mean they they got into that. The turtle boy right. Yeah so we'll do it. We'll get to if i'm baggage. Cdl monday but because it's fucking wild. I don't even i don't. I was baffled by twice. Because like i missed something do something. I missed like in like life. I don't know it seems like you've got thoughts on the bike. You're trying to highway. Mix them oh no. I'm not trying to hide. I don't want to comment on too much if we're going to do it. Yeah that good. Good good you're not going to be in studio monday. You just tease said this. Eighty four percent chance. I will be okay. Oh i didn't hear eighty four percents all right. Well there you go he collects. What'd you did. You make anything of the dion sanders coach incident. I sent you audio of him. Kind of play. I listened to this. Sanders is a fucking asshole. I don't you know i understand. I understand fooled. Erica dave dan and the rest of the people. Casey smith you could just tell the guy's a fucking prick in the key holds this reporter a racist essentially in this. Let's play this out. So who is he on with with dave. Who's the other player charles. Haley who butch ruin the interview. Yeah haley all horrific record with women wanna look up drives thought so that sounds familiar. Like i'm saying like maybe i'm wrong but we looked up like i mean this guy is all type. Rick cited for slapping a woman on the buttocks Buttocks it's italian should baby. I thought something else to i. Apologize overstated that. But i mean he seems like fucking tricky league just like there's nothing i hate more than athletes. Who have fucking nothing to say. Just said there giggle like bully people like us pricks bucking pricks. I enjoyed davis questions to them. Other day was fine. It was just. It was where he goes. You see my tweet defending six times one second charleston. During an appearance on the dan lebatardshow on espn former cowboys quarterback troy aikman revealed that haley a feature feared pass rusher who was inducted into the hall of fame. Last once. Put his penis on matt melons shoulder when millen was playing cards. So jesus okay. Maybe some goodwill fish funds where i call it accused of sexual assault for the for the slapping woman that buckeye charles. Hey we have a giant penis and he wants to watch you want you to watch him masturbate to it. I'm like guy more and more we talk about was l. from jeff promise book.
WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"boston magazine" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"New Hampshire crash with injuries on 93 south, bound between exit 17 and 16 and conquered hung up about a half mile there. Looking out to the West. We see a hazy shade of winter, but no problems through Worcester on route to 90. The pike is clear between 2 90 route 1 28 David Straka Lino WBZ traffic on the threes hazy shade of winter sticks with us for a number of days as well. Let's check the accurate The forecast Now with Matt Ben's perhaps a touch of snow. We're freezing drizzle for this morning with just a plain rain shower for the South Shore and Cape. Tougher. Some slick spots and untreated roads highs today from 28 to 33 degrees. The temperatures easily reached the mid to upper thirties for the South Shore in Cape Tonight cloudy couple flurries low of 28th and watching for a couple periods of snow fort Tomorrow, perhaps mixing in with some sleet and freezing rain, at times, eyes from 31 to 37 degrees, periods of snow, sleet and freezing rain, then for tomorrow night changing over there, just rain. Boston and for areas along the coast late as temp tres warm up. Look for low around 32 degrees Tuesday periods of rain in the morning, tapering off to a shower for the afternoon high. 36 dry for Wednesday mostly sunny but cold. I have 27. I'm actually me. The other map ends WBZ Boston's news radio Right now. Clouds in Boston and 27 degrees at 9 55 is Jordan. Hey, Welcome to connoisseurs Corner. I'm Jordan Rich and joining me is good friend Mark Hurwitz Rights for Dig Boston magazine. He also has a terrific website called Hidden Boston dot com. For those out of.
"boston magazine" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"47 tomorrow another chance of rain again and snow in the high country. High in the Valley should be 62 tomorrow on Sunday sunny skies partly anyway with a higher on 59 in the valley. OK, time now for news from your neighborhood, Albert Purnell joins us. Yes. So this coming out the Lodi new scent? No. So as more doses of the current cover 19 vaccine become available, officials hope to set of vaccinations sites and more areas in San Joaquin County, San Joaquin County Office of Emergency Services considering Excess establishment of some 64 vaccination sites in the coming weeks across the county. Well, 64 sites is ambitious and bold If they have the vaccine, I mean, you can have as many sites as you want, but, you know, call the folks at Dodger Stadium and asked, No, that's going right. No, I shall not so well, this Bruce Springsteen story is, you know, every day. It's a kind of a new twist. Well, I was kind of a shock. We heard that Jeep was going to pull those ads because he'd been caught drinking and driving. They did. They did. You got caught DW. Ay, hey was in a national park by the couple of the new revelations this morning. First of all, we're learning from the terms of the legal limit. He was below the legal limit. At the time. Okay, Number two. By the way, This all has to be adjudicated. He's has yet to make his quarter parents. This happened way back in November, he was a national park. It happened in November, and it just came to light jeans shop. The ad and the ad aired and everything was great. And then all of a sudden it goes on the Super Bowl. You know the Jeep ad and he would back in November, and you have to wonder if if he told them or if they were notified about this, you know, do they know? Yeah. Maybe they just they knew. And went ahead with it and thought, well, hopefully no one finds out. So the National Park officer who made the arrest said that he looked glassy eyed and sin and smelled of alcohol, But he was below the legal limit. So you know there's a lot for the lawyers to sort of they're gonna chew on that for a while. New anti inflammatory drugs showing Reduction of risk of death for hospitalized over 19 patients. This is something new that they're using Intravenous anti inflammatory drug use for rheumatoid arthritis. I'm gonna give the pronunciation of try here. Okay. Toast to Liza. Mom. Tosa! Lisa Mom! Like that, Okay, And it apparently has reduced the risk of needing a ventilator and the amount of time that someone was ill. This is the results came from a trial and it's been in testing phase since March. 2020 like that for this off market use, But apparently it's working. Speaking of new drugs, word of a new obesity drug. That's been researched and developed. Very exciting. Great Britain, by the way, a little bit different than the other quote unquote fat pills. So we did a little bit of digging on that and talk more about. Is this something that you should consider? If you're trying to lose a few pounds? Do you think about this or maybe some other alternatives in terms of medicine? Okay. Got that coming your way in just three minutes. Sacramento's number one.
"boston magazine" Discussed on WTOP
"A new roof. Easy. 10 22, now a group that advocates for restaurants in Maryland. Is pushing officials in Montgomery County to allow indoor dining to resume now that other jurisdictions air loosening restrictions. Marshall, Western with the restaurant Association of Maryland, says restaurants are part of the solution. Not the problem. Because restaurants continue to offer a safe and regulated space for people to gather, and without a place to go, such as restaurants. People continue to have parties and gather in their own homes, which we know with certainty is the number one cause of covert. Spread as far as addressing some of the reasoning to keep indoor dining shut down just to be safe, or with new covert 19 variants out there that spread quicker. He sounds like reasons that come from people that are still receiving a paycheck. Can Duffy Wtlv news? We learned this morning. Another variant of the Corona virus has popped up in the U. S. It was detected in a person who had recently traveled to Brazil and then returned home to Minnesota. Health officials say the variant is highly transmissible and has spread quickly. In one Brazilian city. Scientists say all viruses mutate and there are countless covert variants in circulation. Right now, this one out of Brazil is one of three that's been publicly identified. The first variant was detected in Great Britain, the second In South Africa. Well, you might be letting out a big sigh of relief if you've gotten your corona virus vaccines, But make sure when you do you're wearing a mask. Congratulations. You're protected. But others in your home or community might not be and we don't know if this scenario could play out. You get infected. You don't know it. You don't get sick. You're doing fine. But you're shedding enough fire is that you may be a threat to other people. Doctor Anthony of Algae, head of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases says You also can't let your guard down. Want your whole family gets vaccinated. So keep washing hands wearing masks and social distancing When you go out, he says, 1 17 85% of the population gets their shots in the nation to herd immunity. Then you could talk about a relax a shin of some of the public health. Restrictions like Morello. W T O P News. If you'd like to see the full interview with Dr Fauci, you could go to w t o p com SEARCH virus. Let's see what's coming up in money News. Mixed markets start Wall Street's Day Be like Detroit style pizza. Jeff label That's next 10 24 at Maximus. We make complicated government.
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"boston magazine" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Of town. The expressway is clear. No complaints and Ruth three from Weymouth. Down to the SAG, more rob tackle a deadly disease traffic on the three Rob, Let's check the four day WBZ AccuWeather forecast with mad bends around this morning, Watch out for a snow shower in spots, otherwise looking at a windy day and cold for the rest of today, with sunshine and patchy clouds, Developing Attempted near 30 degrees, but real fields will be mainly in the single digits tonight. Remaining blustery and cold with a clear sky little 17 degrees, but real fields near or below zero tomorrow, Sonny, but still a dusty, cold wind high 31 degrees. Real fields in the single digits and teens Monday mainly sunny not as harsh with the high 36 for Tuesday, turning out cloudy, high 34 degrees. I'm angry with me. They're all this map ends WBZ Boston's news right out in the mall Burrow Hudson Clinton area Little south of Lancaster. It's It's knowing we had some snow a little bit earlier on the North Shore, still expecting some flurries to come to the South Shore. Right now. In Milton, it is 28 degrees 29 degrees in Middleborough, Behavioral, A 24 and here in Boston sun and clouds and 28 degrees at 8 55. On the ring Central news line his Jordan Hello there. Jordan Rich with you. The WBC New England weekend. We're taking a look at the New England ski season with the help of Elicit Jacoby, writer from Boston magazine has done a great piece on it in this month's edition. Listen, let's take a look at the social distancing parameters and the new rules that allow form or safety on the slopes for skiers. This year, social distancing will be in.
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"boston magazine" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Delays reported to us downtown. Is okay right now in the lower deck, and no incidents reported along the expressway ramp Hackler WBZ is traffic on the three and now the four day WBZ active weather forecast with mad bends for today, rain likely through this morning and mid day watch out. Some of this could be on the heavy side and that could lead to some flooding on area roads and in poor drainage areas. Otherwise will become or passing showers. For this afternoon and evening. It will be windy for today with a high near 50 degrees still blustery for tonight rather cloudy, low 34 tomorrow, clouds and sunshine with a gusty, chilly wind high of 44 degrees, but factor in those winds accurate, the real feel tempted to be in the twenties and lower thirties. Monday. Brisk wisdom son High of 43 for Tuesday Trending cooler, Partly sunny high 38 I'm AccuWeather meteorologist. Map ends WBZ Boston's news radio Some of the heaviest rain right now in the Fitchburg Lemon store area south to Marlborough and Worcester. Right now. In Fitchburg. It is 39 degrees. Heavy rain in Ipswich right now, where it is 43 degrees down to the south. It's coming down hard, but not as hard. But it looks like there is a big swath of rain heading. Toward the South coast. Right now, down on the cape. It is 47 degrees in the arm with and here in Boston right now, with heavy rains, 6 55, and we're at 41 degrees. On the ring Central News line. Here's Our New England weekend. This is Jordan with the WBC New England weekend. We're starting a short syriza with Todd Plumber Travel reporter for Boston magazine in the January issue. Todd is coming up with some amazing vacation destinations. Assumption being that sooner or later will be able to move around more freely with fewer restrictions. Todd tell us more every year.
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"boston magazine" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Look good to Rhode Island. No reports of any delays and 1 28 and north of the city three and 93 look good to New Hampshire. Rob Dracula. WBZ is traffic on the three and now the four day WBZ AccuWeather forecast with Matt bends for today, a mix of sun and clouds with a chilly breeze. High 36 degrees, But actually, a real field tempt has been the twenties this afternoon. Or clowns with the straight rain or snow shower out on the Cape for today, tonight, turning out mainly clear, Low 26 in Boston near 20, though in some suburbs Sunday Obrist start otherwise mostly sunny by the afternoon. High 39 degrees. Sunny and pleasant for Monday High 41 for Tuesday partly sunny, high 41 degrees. I'm accurate to me, they're all the map bands WBZ Boston's news radio 25 degrees this morning in Quincy 22 degrees In Concord in rally 24. Here in Boston, with Sunshine 27 degrees at 7 55 on the Ring Central News line, his Jordan Welcome. It's the WBC New England weekend. I'm Jordan Rich, and we've been talking with Madeline Billa's writer for Boston magazine. Who's terrific series 57 great ideas for the winter of 2021 is helping all of us cope. And you spoke to a dear friend of mine, David Lashinsky from Eureka, puzzles and games in Brookline, and he had some fine suggestions as he always does about keeping busy and having fun with games. Tell us more. Yes, I chatted with David and he gave me some awesome recommendations, especially for one player game because I'm interested in Estas Islas alone. He told me that she she votes for one of the most exciting things he found when he was at the Nuremberg Toy fair last year, And basically it's sort of this kaleidoscopic designed with magnets and you hold in your hands, and it's a brain teaser for one person, So it's it's shape, shifting it more into all these different forms, and it kind of keeps you occupied so that one sounds like a lot of fun and for a two player game, he recommended a game called Paris City Delamere and basically except in Paris during the 18 99 exquisite Seven, which is the world's fair that celebrated the event of electricity. So it's a really beautifully illustrated board game and players try toe eliminate the street lamps and their little persons of Paris even told me it's a great game for.
WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"boston magazine" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Driver outside of the car, talking on the phone. Something to be careful about in that area. David Straka Lino WBZ traffic on the three David, Let's check the four day that Will you be easy after weather forecast with Heather's air today will be pretty cloudy with a high of 39 rain will arrive late in the day and mixed with snow away from the coast. The mix of rain and snow will continue near the coast and on the Cape Tonight into tomorrow, accumulations of a coating to an inch 1 to 3 inches of mainly snow will fall in north and west of 1 28. There's a potential for a little more than that toward the Western Hills Low tonight. 30 Inland 35 at the Coast tomorrow, so I will be 38 Few leftover showers and flurries for tomorrow night into Tuesday, Tuesday signed 38 High again 38 on Wednesday with a rain or snow shower, mostly in the morning. I'm AccuWeather meteorologist Heather's Air WBZ Boston's news radio 27 degrees with clouds this morning in Lawrence in the midfield, where a 31 degrees Hanson at 34. And here in Boston, with clouds 30 degrees at 8 55 on the Ring Central News line. Ms Jordan with your WBZ New England weekend. This is Jordan. And there are so many wonderful suggestions in Boston magazine's article 57 things to do in and around Boston this winter. The writer is Madeleine Bill is she did a lot of research force. There's even a piece and how to ice skate in your own backyard. Tell us more. Yes. So I spoke with Ted Renda. He's the owner of 3, 64 States. In Beverly, and he gave me a few steps for building a backyard ice drink on. It's not a simple is just thrown a tarp out there with some water. There's there's a science to it. Before you even get the water out. Get going. You need to do a Ah, site.
WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"boston magazine" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"The lower end of 1 28 and route to 95. 24 looks good. So does the expressway. David Straka Lino WBZ traffic on the three David, Let's check that four day WBZ accurate. The forecast the latest with Heather's air Mostly cloudy today, with rain arriving late that'll mix with snow away from the coast. Today's time will be 39. A rain snow mix continues near the coast and on the Cape Tonight into tomorrow, accumulations of a coating to an inch. However, 1 to 3 inches of mostly snow will fall north and west of 1 28. And there's a potential for a little more toward the Wister Hills. Tonight's lows will range from 30 inland to 35 at the Coast Mondays. Hi, 38 couple of leftover showers and flurries for Monday night into Tuesday. The low Monday night 32 Tuesdays Time 38 another Rainer Snow shower Wednesday mainly in the morning. Hi again, 38. I'm AccuWeather meteorologist Heather's Air WBZ. Boston's news radio was some concern yesterday morning at this time that we might get more significant Snow's, but it looks like it least for now. It will be nothing more than an inter to wherever you are. Unless you're headed toward the Western Hills 33 degrees this morning in East Bridgewater in Framingham, It is 29 degrees Arlington at 30 and here in Boston. With clouds and we're expecting clouds through a good part of the day. Today we're hovering at 31 degrees in Boston at 6 55 on the Ring Central News line. It's Jordan Rich. Happy New Year and Welcome to the WBC New England weekend. Jordan with you, and with me is Madeleine Billa's. We're doing a little miniseries on 57 things to do in and around Boston this winter featured in Boston magazine and Madeline. We've already talked about a few hobbies and platforms for learning. There's so many things you write about that we can learn online. Sure, Yes, it was my time off. I'm definitely going to be taking an online course called antiquities.
Bon Appetit Foodcast
Man Behind the Camera
"All right so this is your second time with the pot getting our concern Osama veteran okay known at the table. No crunchy snacks crunchy snacks. No no shaking of the coffee ice loud. There are months where like weeks will go by. We're I'm like how am I literally. Don't know where your I will not have seen you for two weeks. Yeah that is basically the story of my life. Sometimes I don't even know where I am. I'll wake up hotel. Mike Oh yeah no. I'm in Appleton Wisconsin. Oh No oh now I'm in San Antonio Texas. Yeah I mean we talk about a few issues in your job in general but in our travel issue that came on May so you you shot almost the entire feature will yeah does may two thousand nineteen you were in Beirut with Andy Burgundy tracked and then you I'm just flip through the pages then you were in Taipei with Suli and also burgundy and Andy any wanted to tag on everything so that was a big photo portfolio of yours your shot in Allison Rome in spring break menu story that was just in New York yeah that was here in the building the buildings that was as basic recipe story and then you shot photos for our red sauce America package which brought you. Where did you go for this one? Oh man that was a lot. I think that was six cities L. A. L. A. Philly New Orleans. Oh my God. Where did I go? I mean you literally can't remember yeah I it was like four to five cities. I guess my first question is I think a lot of fans of yours. WanNa know like how do you end up as a staff dog for at a food magazine like whenever someone asked me about this is I'm the worst possible personnel asked because it's purely luck and circumstance stance and my only goal and still the only like hey just don't get fired and spend closing up on your six and I still get asked to come back every day and there were definitely moments early on we're Alex pollick grocer artificial photo department critic Blake. I'M GONNA kill Lau a huge mistake so you start off as an intern turn years ago yeah. That's my freshman year of college. I just wanted to do something with my life and not just go home for the summer to California and you know Oh bummer and my parents house so I wanted to find an internship and I've always had a fascination with the magazine world apply too much internships. Nobody got got back to me in like a week. Before summer started. I saw a posting for esquire magazine to be a fashion closet intern. Oh and I was like that sounds cool. That sounds way out of my reach. I am hugely under qualified for that but I'M GONNA shoot my shot and Michael Steph. who was the fashion assistant at the time got back to me? He's like when can you come in based on what oh it. Did you have background. It was the most underqualified letter ever. It was basically hey. Here's my resume. I was a lifeguard in high school. I was a high school tutor and I intern at the State House in Massachusetts in politics nothing related to magazines but I really love menswear and here's like my favorite menswear blogs and here's my favorite brands brand's. I like fashion. I can work hard and he got back to me. Can I just say that. I am a lot of times when I talked to young people who are just out of college in their writing you you know letters to inquire about a job and they read like they're written by a law firm. I'm always like learning be yourself. Be passionate sort of expose yourself so to speak but that's what's GonNa grab some somebody's attention one hundred. I think the way I showed her. The letter wasn't like the formerly hi my name's dogs home. Hey My name's Alex. I'm really excited about this. I know him not meant for this Gig but I will do whatever it takes gap and so forth and they took a chance on me and that kind of was my segue into the New York City magazine publishing world and it turns out having square on your resume. Just opens opens up a lot of doors but it was great. It was just my eighteen years old. I didn't get paid but I got to see how magazines work I've got to be on fashion shoots Justin Timberlake Lake and Ryan Gosling and wow poll like hold fourteen thousand dollar jackets and look it Nick Sullivan whose whose the editor in chief at the time Grainger David David David grange just like talk shop and like this is amazing. This is legendary and that made me really WANNA stick with it yeah very recall okay so internship at esquire. How then does that lead you to be a so after that? I was convinced that I wanted to stay in publishing. Look fashion. menswear ended up at Nylon guys Juku for a little bit complex four pins so I was very very much in that circuit as an intern just doing minimal intern work but after a couple of years I was just like this is not really what's my angle here. I don't WANNA be stylus. I don't WanNa be a fashion writer. The idea of being a photographer and fashion was just you know. I didn't even sit down. That's not going to happen so after this is my third yes approaching my third year of college. I A Internet a bunch of or apply uh-huh bunch of other internships again. Nobody got back to me. Despite actually this I'm being off and having a lot of magazines in Monroe oster I applied to like yeah a a couple of mags won't be noted but they're they're. They're okay. They just get back. I mean I saw a posting for bone apetite photo internship and I was like I know nothing nothing about food. I like pictures. I took photo classes in high school and college. So how active a photographer were you at this point. It's like I'm not active. I don't know I took a lot of fissures in high school. I had my own flicker account. I you were you were you were definitely interested. We're sitting at least and I took pictures of the school paper and stuff like that. I I was a you know an avid hobbyist as major so do you did you come in an interview like what God you the job ultimately so I went in again. It's always like a last minute. Call in showed up from Boston and I met with Jake. Ramoser are former photo assistant and he he gave me a talk. Hey so turn yeah. It looks like you've worked a lot of magazines. you have zero photo experience and you have zero food experience so you're pretty underqualified but honestly the only person here that's interviewed. That's worked at large publications so we're GonNa go with you. So that was basically it was it was Bazeley. Hey you're you've worked at reputable places so we'll hire yeah. I do think that's interesting interesting career wise like over the years. I've worked at James Beard Foundation in Time Out New York and the food's severe than G. Q. Got more fashion thing that came back to food. I was a sports writer in college like it is you can move around and I think one thing that editors employers look for is that you do have experience in in a particular field and that you know how to get stuff done that you know under you understand what the industry requires but within that sort of industry you can shoot food. You can shoot you know people. You can do all these things. You don't have to be in one lane. One hundred percent I think at the time I was taking some classes and I was also I was studying NPR print journalism at the time and I remember talking about that with Jake and he was like Oh. This is a plus because you kind of understand writing thing and photography on some level so we'll run with this so he didn't internship summer internship a year or so later. We ended up hiring you as a foot assistant no so I did this summer internship and I was like this is way better than working fashion. Everyone's so much nicer yeah yeah. It was a great time and I was like in order for me to WANNA stay in this world I can see I need to shift from fashion to food media so then I went back to Boston awesome for my senior year and as as I left Alex pollock the photodetectors times like hey we love your great. Just reach out when you're when you're graduating we can like. Maybe you keep you keep you happy. Come back so I would always send emails and I say hey just graduated like three months three or four months. I would love to come talk about a photo editor assistant role. Did you in the interim year. Were you working on shooting things. Decrease your portfolio to share with Alex to say hey I just want. I've been shooting a lot. Take a look at my stuff. Yes so thankfully because of my time I she went over to Boston magazine for my senior of college and I ended up being digital intern which basically means I was just doing every anything and everything for the website correct the king yeah yeah I remember being so proud and like twenty years old on my I've got years of intern experience. I haven't been paid for any of them but you we know I've seen some stuff like that really was my my pride enjoy worked a lot of places and they harden managed digital intern and they also gave me bill do photo take pictures and do have my own bylines socially once a lot of times when you get your foot in the door somewhere are the the brand or the magazine wherever they need people to do stuff go. You can go okay but we'll trust you. There's something trustworthy about you. Then people are all right. Go give this a shot. You'd have a DVD will keep doing it. I must really thankful that it was a web internship versus print because obviously no one's GonNa give any Interna print byline whereas it's much lower risk to teachers hey make something for lab and if it's really good we'll Polish and if not we won't publish in no one will ever or care about low budget so it was just gave me a lot more freedom and they knew that I worked at the food magazine before okay so you know how to take pictures of food. You were photo intern turn. I'm like yeah I guess I mean I. I saw Marcus Nelson. Do you like an overhead shot of something by a window so I can do that. How hard can it be yeah so I mean I I? I did it and they would. It was really cool. I mean they sent me there. Okay so we'll just have you do restaurants so they would send me like once a week in shoot for four restaurants a week and just shoot it for their website so who was giving you guidance about photos style at that point what kind of shots they wanted from the restaurants. It's nobody else really. They just assumed you knew what you were doing. The funny thing is I applied to Boston magazine to be a photo inter. I WANNA continue that path that track of being working for requirements it's but they they didn't want but then the digital department got back to me. I didn't really have communication with the magazine so it was just kind of me and our digital editor who just send me. I was like Oh this. Let's get this close enough to bone advocate and some overhead shots off light and like keep doing this and I would just bike around Boston Jason and go to a bunch of restaurants that are digital restaurant editor Chris Hughes covered and yeah it was it was really good training. It's really good training. I looking back it was really great just being able to go in and practice and shoot restaurants for relatively low risk and have that be an internship set eh great base so then I shot all these restaurants and as shooting what's in all this stuff to Alex pollick. I'm like hey portfolio.