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"brickell" Discussed on 790 KABC
"They got an office and Brickell in Miami. They got an office in New York, right there at the World Trade Center, one in Beverly Hills to here in Irvine, the mortgage mecca of the world, But the end the day it has to do with the rate the service the speed like, I think not too many of you guys really cared. You probably don't write down anything about the accolades. You're like Sean. What's the rate? What are the fees? How quick can they close? That's the three main questions we could ask, and I can tell you this week. How fast they can close as little as 10. Business Days is their lender. Fees. None. No origination. No processing, no underwriting. We don't even charge for rate locks. I've seen people charge you to do the raid lock that's trying to hook set on pricing. They're not confident in and then the pricing 15 year fixed 1.75%. The A P. R is at 1.93 Dial this number. 855 on radio 855 on radio and you said three questions. People are asking rate fees and how fast can you close? Are we are it's 10 business Days. Still possibility 100% like I wish the government like If there's anyone in the government listening this week, find a way to remove this. Like I see why you guys did it. You wanted to let the dust settle. You wanted to make sure the customer absorbs us. But in my opinion, like everything is in writing right now, like they get to see the loan estimate they get to sign the closing this You're ahead of time before the notary comes out to the home. If there were no laws some of these we could do same day like, especially if they work for Kaiser, Boeing, Coca Cola, Pepsi. Anybody that's on work number has provable. Easy income will hammer this thing through like, why do these things take so long in other places like we have the process someplace? The hammer these homes? Same day. The guys love it in the office. I know this is so rude to tell the customer but It's just a hard fact. You guys want to get rid of us quick and get your savings. We also want to get rid of you and get on to the next one as well. So let's get this thing done as a team, like right now the rates are low. This is the era. We're always going to look back on and enjoy and love. I feel like this is the the best times in mortgage history. So let's say that we refinanced during this period. Here is the number 855 on radio 855 on radio. Well, it's that time. You've shared two recent results with us. You're going in ascending order brights. I assume this family is, you know, saving over $1000 a month? Yeah, it's like triple the average savings. No big deal here. But 30 year fixed the 30 year fixed. I like this one because they got an Esseker refund. Next better payments in September. No home appraisal necessary closed in 10 business days. The unloaded almost $29,000 worth of credit card debts. They cashed out and paid off. It's a big 135,700, plus dollars and multiple different car notes. They want to unload all the debt. They want one low fixed payment. You're hearing. A lot of people say that they don't want to cut a bunch of checks. They want one low fixed rate that they know is going to be here for now. And after 30 years it's gone. Also, they cash out a measly $11,000 for some investments. They listen to us on the mortgage radio show. Washington D C W M A L one. Oh, 5.9 FM. I like this caller because they were referral from somebody there in the DMV. The area they live in Tennessee. They saved $1708 185,000 over the life of the loan. So I can tell you right now, if I can give you a fresh start credit enhancer, improve your credit, Give you monthly savings and have you just have to write one check? Most of you will say yes to that you'll actually take to call this number. 855 on radio 855 on radio. Fareed called that number. He ended up doing a refi posting a review about it, and I just had to share it with you because it's so lovely. I want to let you know that far e listens to our show on W M A. L. He lives out there in Winchester, Virginia, and here's what he had to say about Roxanne, a his mortgage banker. Have been in international banking for several decades and a mortgage borrowers since 2000 and one when I bought my first property in only Maryland, a gorgeous new home with front stones Since then I refinance, sold and bought many times I've dealt with many mortgage consultants, but the one I met virtually on June 24th Roxanne, a at Network Capital Funding Corporation, is an exception. She is a five star loan officer. She's knowledgeable, reliable. And a solution Finder. Roxanne thinks outside the box and goes the extra mile. She is the only loan officer I have known who estimated the processing time. And met it 20 days. We close the refinancing on July 22nd simply because they could not do the appraisal. Long time do the absence of lieutenant. Anyway, I referred a new client the day after my closing. Who she is currently assisting. Fareed. Thank you so much. Roxanne. A wanted me to say thank you on her behalf, and it just sounds like he had a great experience. And like many people, he's really been around the block. I mean, he's bought and sold a lot of homes. He's done some reef eyes, but he says this is different. This was five star service. I can tell you guys behind the scenes. They don't want me name dropping the companies, but a lot of executives at some of our biggest competitors calling they're doing loans like I I see people from they'll allow me to say Morgan Stanley. I don't see there's a conflict of interest there. I mean, we're dealing with, like people from Morgan Stanley. Like this high high end people that are calling into like, Hey, I hear you guys do this. Quick already Know your prices. Rock bottom. Everybody got low rates. I need someone that can get me to this finish line within the 10 business days. Give me the cash and just set it and forget it. So for those that need the job quick. We're definitely a great fit. Now, if you want to drag this thing on, in my opinion, we're probably not the best outfit. We're going to try everything we can to accomplish this goal. We set standards. We set numbers that we we find ways they'll call Push the goal within that time, so reach out to network capital, the home of the 10 Day close. You guys love the no lender fees. You like the rock bottom raids again. I wish I could tell you this is going to last forever and you guys have your own sweet time to do it, But we need to act as if it's going to move Monday. At some point, these things are going to move. It's just a matter of when a lot of people love doing this the last days of the month and the start of a new month because If we can do this before the 15th of the next month, you guys won't have to pay a payment that month. You get the next month off your next better payment is pushed on until October. That's my birthday month. We're talking already. Football games at that point, you guys dial this.
"brickell" Discussed on 790 KABC
"They got an office and Brickell in Miami. They got an office in New York, right there at the World Trade Center, one in Beverly Hills to here in Irvine, the mortgage mecca of the world, But the end the day it has to do with the rate the service the speed like, I think not too many of you guys really cared. You probably don't write down anything about the accolades. You're like Sean. What's the rate one of the fees? How quick can they close? That's the three main questions we could ask, and I can tell you this week. How fast they can close as little as 10. Business Days is their lender. Fees. None. No origination. No processing, no underwriting. We don't even charge for rate locks. I've seen people charge you to do the raid lock that's trying to hook set on pricing. They're not confident in and then the pricing 15 year fixed 1.75%. The A P. R is at 1.93 Dial this number. 855 on radio 855 on radio and you said three questions. People are asking rate fees and how fast can you close? Are we are it's 10 business Days. Still possibility 100% like I wish the government like If there's anyone in the government listening this week, find a way to remove this. Like I see why you guys did it. You wanted to let the dust settle. You wanted to make sure the customer absorbs us. But in my opinion, like everything is in writing right now, like they get to see the loan estimate they get to sign the closing this You're ahead of time before the notary comes out to the home. If there were no laws, some of these we could do same day like, especially if they work for Kaiser, Boeing, Coca Cola, Pepsi. Anybody that's on work number has provable. Easy income will hammer this thing through like, Why do these things take so long in other places like we have the process in place? The hammer these homes, same day. The guys love it in the office. I know this is so rude to tell the customer but It's just a hard fact. You guys want to get rid of us quick and get your savings. We also want to get rid of you and get on to the next one as well. So let's get this thing done as a team, like right now the rates are low. This is the era. We're always going to look back on and enjoy and love. I feel like this is the the best times in mortgage history. So let's say that we refinanced during this period. Here's the number 855 on radio 855.
"brickell" Discussed on Sodajerker On Songwriting
"Were both very happy. Do you find that you need to then reshape the music soul to match what you've created or will your contribution literally match that music exactly mostly. It matched it exactly. But sometimes we had to expand or add. Another part is to make it a little bit longer. Because they were kind of short and then we would collaborate on that together quite easily to say well. Can you give me another verse. Can we make a bridge here. He's very quick. All of that happened very quickly. We both liked to keep going. Keep creating so. There was never an obstacle towards creativity or any of these expressions and working on the musical bright star. Was that another interesting challenge. Kind of having to write songs with the purpose of propel story and characters that was truly a dream come true because pretending to be another person going through some life drama and getting to sing with that kind of feeling is a whole new release. It must be really appealing to that sort of character in story bay stuff system. All kinds of personal introspective songwriting. You take yourself out of your own world for awhile. Yeah you get a break from your own home and yet you still get to use your head. There's nothing guarded about it at all. There's nothing vulnerable. And i guess you don't need to wait for musical for that to happen to your do in a bit of ounce stubborn love on a new report. Felt like you were thinking outside of your own experience of it. Yeah i finally understood that. As well that i prefer to hear a story in a song still reveals a lot about the singer in the writer without revealing anything. And i think it's far more enduring an interesting than hearing somebody like me say. Well i think this can have feel this way and my point is easier to take. Because it's just a splash of.
"brickell" Discussed on Sodajerker On Songwriting
"I want to bring up my power as well. Some of the striking but the first single off the album was yeah. I find that one really interesting especially the way you stop the vessel so high because the time don't like to do that because they feel like they don't really have anywhere to go but it worked so well well. That was a real tug of war. Because kenny came in and he had that petar part and he comes into my vocal booth and he starts planning and usually i'll start singing along to whatever can he plays in. You'll get a big smile on his face and down the road we go. We've got a song but he made this funny fakes when i started singing. And i said why negroes. That's not what i was hearing awoke. Okay well what are you hearing. And he said. I want you to sing over this front part. I was letting that rift buy. But that's your. If i want to sing on your riff overseeing after your if i love that riff that d d d d d d d d d and he said now. You're supposed to sing on it. And i said it's a rip anyway went back and forth and i kinda got in a bad mood. I got really grumpy. I became one of those muppets so he went on and back into the ban room and i was left alone with my thoughts as everybody was putting on their headphones and i said to myself eden. Be a team player. What's the big deal. If you want you to sing over his rift. You know that he's wrong but you gotta show him to try anyway. So i says okay okay. Self welded that everybody starts to play. I sang and that's where the falsetto came out. And when i started singing. I said hey can he was right. This is pretty cool. I really love this and then the rest of the song just flowed out like magic. The breakdown everything. That's wrong complete improv. Some very thankful to kenny for leading me in the right direction. Yeah works great and you mentioned about the phrasing before and you also have a very keen sense of rhythm as a singer. Song like my power or don't get into that the ceo or gentlewoman lake rough beginnings. We spoke to billy ocean few months ago on the podcast and he talked about the importance of of lock. In as vocalist with the rhythm of tracking. The difference that makes our song comes across. I love a rhythmic singing. I think that's so much fun. So i'm glad that you notice that too. Yeah it's very important to me. It's the way that. I feel things whether you're things and i think it's a lotta fun for people to get to sing rhythmic phrases their own kind of hook. Yeah and you really do have lots of words and some of those songs as well like they're really quite dense on some of them tripwire. That's an explosive little song for yet. That sense of rhythm on songs like mike power. Don't get into bed Wax so well but you've got quite a lot of sort of grew faced or tempo songs having you but we mentioned what makes you happy and i of course is kind of a classic groove based song of ios trip wire on the new album. It's sort of a line in the catalog released. Yeah i hope. So because we learned after touring that people really love the uptempo songs and it's a lot more fun to play live. If you have these numbers you can feel people. Connect in stand up and get excited and the band certainly prefers to play. Uptempo songs with the band prefers up tempo song. I want to write up tempo songs. Because i do not want to be the whole grumpy muppet band. I think that's the last time. I'll mention.
"brickell" Discussed on Sodajerker On Songwriting
"Shumur. It's quite diverse musically in general isn't it is and that's very important to all of us because we love different genres just like we love different races. We love different cultures. Musically would be so static and strict in boring if we held fast to one john jonrowe or even created a certain caricature through which to express ourselves. That seems very limiting the opener sleeve. I thought was another great one striking title. I was curious as to what that was gonna be about before ahead. I'm glad you like that one too. That came out a complete improv. In studio brad wasn't there that day are bassist. He added another gig actually from a long time ago. And kenny picked up one of those bass guitars and just started playing that and everybody started playing along and then in the mystery of imagery that comes into my mind i saw somebody with all these tattoos in my imagination and i've always been very curious about the symbolism and the sacred nature of those symbols that would inspire someone to put it on their body and i always wonder what does that mean to that person and so really. I'm just trying to offer something very colorful. That would lend itself to this gorgeous music. That kenny was making yeah. I love how you kind of imply things about the characters in the song. Just by listing off what tattoos they have any kind of. Let's listen to fill in the blanks. You know that's a really unusual approach. Don't think i've ever come across that before you really making me feel good. Stay with compliments. Basically i mean i love how insightful you are and how you're listening that makes me feel very encouraged because yeah i mean. That's what i hope to do to paint the picture of a person by their choices here and it says you say i guess it's given the listener the credits to sort of fill in those blanks and not have to have everything spoon fed to them such a commitment to tattoo though. Isn't it a main choosing the one thing that you really want to see every day the rest of your life and some of the things you listed in that song. Don't think a lot of those things on me. it's very serious business to it is. You wouldn't want to octopus mushrooms. Were in there somewhere. I think about that. I liked it. It's colorful and it made us laugh. Everybody was in the studio just looking around at each other after everything that was named so yet it's meant to be a good time for sure. Yeah in the verses of almost kind of Nursery rhyme quality. It's almost bit sesame street kind of the beginning with. Yeah yeah yeah. I've got a lot of history with sesame street after raising three kids. It's made its way profoundly into wire. Songwriting for sure. I'm grated viruses systems. I still remember the songs from the. Yeah those are great songs. They make you feel good. They're funny actually. Sesame street was my favorite of kids shows. When i was young because it showed people being grumpy it was the first show where they would have a muppet to me. Would knock on the door and they'd say what you. This is more realistic than those other. Children's shows where everybody talked in that you know saccharin awful voice and explained everything ad nauseam. I just big bands street on the right topic. Yes you did. They two three four five six seven eight nine ten eleven twelve any with back past three me raise sink. I want to bring up my power as well. Some.
Miami's Mayor Visiting Elon Musk Tunnels In Las Vegas Today
"Trip to Sin City for Miami's mayor today. They're Frances worries is heading West Artur Lawn Musk's boring company tunnels to see if it's possible to build one under the Brickell Avenue bridge, he says. It's an idea that governor would embrace. There's not always and not alignment of three governments that also have a tremendous amount of resources. And if that benefits the city of Miami, I would be foolish not to explore. Miami Dade Transit officials estimate a $900 million price tag for two mile tunnel under the river that would take about four years to build. Musk says You can do it for 30 million in his little six months. Just last month, Fort Lauderdale officials went to Vegas to see mosques tunnels They're looking at building one under the New River.
Man dies after falling off South Miami Bridge
"A man falling to his death from the South Miami Bridge near downtown Miami. Investigators are in that area. It's that bridge that connects the downtown area. Brickell. My police have that bridge shut down in both directions while detectives investigate the death and circumstances surrounding it.
‘Bob’s Burgers’ Lead Character Designer Dave Creek Dies After Skydiving Accident
"Now this is so unnecessary. And it sucks dave krieg. The lead character designer on bob's burgers died recently following complications from skydiving. Oh my god. Why are you skydiving. His colleagues confirmed the news on social media. Fox has an issued a statement yet but creek has worked with bob's burgers since its inception in two thousand eleven other animation credits include central park and brickell. Berry don't know what the skydiving incident was exactly. Just that that's how it happened died a few days later.
Tropical Storm Eta lashing South Florida
"And yes, South Florida does continue to get pounded by some heavy rains from tropical storm ETA storm made landfall overnight on the lower medical Maki with maximum sustained winds of 65 MPH now that mixed in with King tides or no national Hurricane Center meteorologist David Zelinsky. It spells for a wet mess, especially along the coast. Any time that you have high tides are unusually high tides combined with the rain. That prevents it from draining properly, and you can get that urban flooding pretty quickly in some areas have had rain falls in the double digits. We're talking over a foot of rain so far in areas like Brickell, Hialeah, Miami Lakes will manners for Lauderdale, even portions of Miramar. Good news is the storm is pulling away from the state. The bad news is, it is expected to make a sharp turn north and hit farther up the peninsula later Thiss week, and the power is out for many more this morning, still a result of the storm over 20,000 power outages, reported Miami Dade and Broward County As of 9, a.m.. Over a million since this
Police-involved crash causes delays on I-95 SB near Brickell in Miami
"95 sat down before the 1 12 1 95 is a crash Has the Express Lane shut down. Is reporter sponsored by the ex surgeon Temporal scanner. Emergency vehicles blocking the left lane of the main line here is well stop and go Traffic from Northwest one of Third Street. Also, of course dealing with that crashed 95 South found before the Rickenbacker Rawlings block just the left shoulder open their crash involving a police officer. The
"brickell" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD
"On his radio 16 W I already had a lot of rain earlier on Looks like 6 10 Doppler radar is all cleared up now 90 degrees in Miramar. It's 87 on Key Biscayne at 301 A Blanche Ely High School campus monitor is charged with soliciting miners and transmitting harmful material. The miners Alton Johnson is accused of soliciting sexually explicit videos from two victims. In one case offering money in exchange for the video. Johnson is also accused of sending pornographic images to one of the juveniles. He faces five criminal counts. Detectives fear there may be additional victims. A construction accident near Brickell Plaza in 10th Street, injured six workers. The crew was hoisting a bundle of Rebar one for some reason, it fell on top of the workers, three got out on their own, 1/4 rescued by first responders. Two workers were impaled by the Rebar. All six being treated at the hospital. The word on their conditions South Florida Congress members or not seeing Ida why, when it comes to getting money into the hands of the unemployed, and it was working, but still struggling amid the Corona virus crisis, we have to have a limited package a targeted package to those who are hurting, too. Make sure the economy gets going. Republican Mario Diaz Balart says they were willing to extend it now expired unemployment benefits, but Democrats rejected their offers pushing their $3 trillion heroes Act. Consider any Thing other than $600 a month, a disaster for people in my district get across Florida Democrat Donna Shalala says Republicans plans offer $200 for the unemployed, a tax cut for business lunches in potential liability costs protection for insurance companies. Our crowd. Regus News Radio six n w A. I OT A North Carolina grandmother Arrested a Disney world for carrying CBD oil is now suing the company. Last May, Hester Burkhalter was arrested outside the Magic Kingdom. When security found the CBD she takes for arthritis. Disney World Lex to things. Common sense and common decency. Attorney Benjamin Crump says the 69 year old woman was strip searched and spent 12 hours in jail based on a faulty test of the cannabis oil. Crump says Disney and the sheriff's office have refused to apologize, even though criminal charges in the case were dismissed. Don't plan on cruising anytime soon. The Cruise Lines International Association is extending a voluntary halt to sailing from the US for another month and 1/2 The moratorium was set to win. September 15th. It will now expire October 30 1st Cruise lines belonging to the association include Carnival Celebrity Disney, MSC Cruises, Norwegian Royal Caribbean and Princess Wall Street Numbers Look pretty good. DowJones Industrials, up more than 1% 308 points, 27,000 won. 36. NASDAQ composite up 48 points the S and P 500 Up 19 points on the day 304 More news Coming up at 3 30 Sean Hannity Show is next after we check whether I'm all Louis News Radio, 6 10 w D summer savings at Miami Lakes, 0% interest of the 84 month Miami like so tamal dot com. I'm Jim Mooney. There's.
Miami - At Least 6 Workers Injured In Brickell Construction Accident
"May be additional victims. A construction accident near Brickell Plaza in 10th Street, injured six workers. The crew was hoisting a bundle of Rebar one for some reason, it fell on top of the workers, three got out on their own, 1/4 rescued by first responders. Two workers were impaled by the Rebar. All six being treated at the
Miami police officer shoots and kills dog after ‘possible dog attack’
"News an investigation is underway after a Miami police officer shot and killed a dog this happened yesterday at southeast at ninth street and Brickell bay drive police say officers were called to the scene for a dog attacked an officer was forced to shoot and kill the animal witnesses say the dog attacked at least three people before officers arrived no word if anyone else was
"brickell" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD
"The sun kills the virus after a couple of hours your car is parked in the sun that's even better but keep those exterior surfaces clean and just to let people know because they can tracking things and it's inside your car keep you know clean and you'll be you know healthy and safe John first of all this is a phrase that usually reserved for firefighters police and soldiers but thank you for your service absolutely man well you are need help but the but now I'm retired and I work anybody in my building there's a lot of elderly people I live in Brickell and anybody that needs my help in the building I offered to them so this is our time to pull together my mom too she is a also a retired nurse yeah and you pointed out a very interesting area that everyone forgets about my my wife's in R. and the bottom of your shoes is a big tracking area sure a lot of people forget that loosely when I got when I got home my shoes down the outside of the house you know if you have exactly what you should be doing yes if you have some you know wipes out there yeah leave leave some in your car yeah a lot of people a lot of people have forgotten that the the the the bottom of your shoes radical yeah I was talking to Jose this actually works guy and he said he he got gas and then he went to scratch his nose and he said oh I can't do that yeah and he didn't have any wipes in the car so is right around the corner from his house so we went back home I got some yeah so keep some in your car yeah so I mean you know trying to pump pumping gas with gloves on at the gas station.
"brickell" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"The CEO of tick tick with its Brickell park in just a minute first let's get back to New York Charlie felt can update on what's going on a developing story happy Friday to you both just getting word that JC Penney has received a notification from the NYSE that it is no longer in compliance with NYSE listing criteria JC Penney shares ending today's session after seventy four cents stocks plunged bonds surged as investors fleet of a safety the safest assets amid growing speculation the economic fallout from the corona virus will be severe S. and P. down today by fifty eight points losing week today it fell one point eight percent wiping out the twenty twenty game this by the way final trading day of the month of January the Dow down six hundred three points down two point one percent showing a loss now for the year of one percent on down so again those gains for the month completely evaporated nasdaq lower by a hundred and forty seven points down today by one point six percent for the year so far nasdaq showing a gain of two percent of the ten year up twenty four thirty seconds looking at a yield this Friday of one point five percent gold advancing nine tenths of one percent fifty eighty eight Beyonce and crude oil retreat they're not one percent fifty one sixty per barrel of West Texas intermediate crude so again for the week assn P. five hundred index falling two point one percent down for a second week China concerns about the coronavirus front and center Tony dispirito's chief investment officer at Black Rock financial we've been taught to lessons issue in terms of the trade war and then in terms of this that some companies are really concentrated their supply chains in one area particularly China and that may be good for your earnings power but it's a risk and we see it in the trade war and we're seeing it here tough day for a lot of the airline stocks travel stocks as well but specifically delta airlines American Airlines both saying they are suspending all flights China due to health concerns related to the corona virus outbreak shares today of delta down two point four percent American Airlines dropping by three point two percent world wrestling entertainment one Jing today shares down twenty one point five percent after CEO Vince McMahon ousted to the company's top executives recapping stock floor S. and P. Dow one point eight percent I'm Charlie palette and that is a Bloomberg business flash Charlie.
"brickell" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Weekly
"It's like that it's not like the advantae sin things it's always just for now. You know it's something for now now but for me. Art And music is not for now something else. That was Yokum Nordstrom and your comes new exhibition the anchor hits. The sand is on David's. It's Vanna Gallery in London until the nineteenth of December. You're right here with the monocle. Weekly interesting times interesting using stuff that you'll come news show. I haven't seen it. But lots of people come back and came from the private view the next day and excited and thrilled by it and charmed by it indeed indeed our own editor. Andrew Andrew's that wasn't he loves it. He went down shortly after. I'd been Yeah Yocum said Oh. Another Monaco person was hero. Yeah I met a man on with My mammoth bid she'll bid who was it. who was it came back and said you know I think it was the final guest Aston match lower? It's a really good show. Next name for show anchor hits the sand. Yeah I think the suit of art that we'd like to go and see or that we find ourselves going to see in. Our Line of work isn't always necessarily stuff that you think God. I really like to buy really lied since. Go look at the things that might stand Johnson. Johnson noise yeah I see I for me. It's great big Richard Serra crap literally above my pay grade right not that desirable but this instance you know he's looking. I found myself thinking that would look really nice. It my sitting yokum himself a charming fellow. I recommended ended him the cats. I recommended him to catch Acre okay from earlier and he said that he would listen to it. But you'd have to get someone else's help because he's never under computer a lot that okay. Okay the real deal the real deal. Yeah thanks for introducing meals as the caretaker. SPF who tracked. I'm looking forward to getting into the rest of his back catalogue. Oh it's big is it. Yeah yeah the catalog company catalog cattle big back catalogue. Should we get the weekly dumb paraphrase. Great Leader that is it for edition. Five hundred forty three of the monarchy week I produced it and as ever it was Abeille studio managed by mainly evidence. The Monica weekly will of course be back same time. Same place probably the same personnel next week but the time being for me Robert Bounds and for me Augusta Much Lari. Thanks for tuning in by..
"brickell" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Weekly
"Autists Yorker Nordstrom singular work draws on a naively rendered array of characters to construct striking often beautiful and sometimes very funny scenes snapshots that offer some hint the familiarity the uncanny and psychological truth collages drawings in a naive style that speaks to the work of some of the world's great outsiders like bill. Traylor la offer an illustrative Foki. Glimpse into another world alongside those collages and drawings. Your comes new show. The anchor hits the sand also presents an extraordinary. The installation part Kinetic Sculpture Park during part shadow. Puppetry it's a hypnotic and beautiful work. Oh you're on all headed down to the David's Vanna Gallery to take a look at the show alongside the artists. After they sat down for a chat an ORG started off by asking him what it feels. Like to look at someone looking your art today. It's more like part in my life but when I was younger I was always kind of barest. You know it because it was your in your own bubble you know you work in studio by itself it can be the nights or days and for long long time without other people around and then you decide these have something so I- Spirit in a box or something or Nakao Code and then you take it out work more on it and in the end it would be exhibition the show and in that time you can be really embarrassed. It's the first time you can see. Maybe what you've done in another way and because you're so inside this the compositions the colors even the content. So you're not so you don't feel the people when you work with this you don't feel yourself sometimes. Maybe you have contact when you're young or child or something and then suddenly it's up on. The Wall was sitting being in the dock in front of this extraordinary. It's like a Connecticut picture. It's part shadow puppetry. It's a way of bringing still images to life and and it's extraordinary before we turn the microphone on we were talking about how you set this up and how it's kind of variable depending on the space that you're in or I suppose how you think that things are going to work. It's very hard to look at the range of symbols and images that you draw on a not project a narrative onto it and I wondered when you're making these things how much of a narrative you have in your own mind and if you have none how you can possibly possibly remove yourself from that kind of very human way of processing imagery and communication. The process can be kind of abstract for me for a long long in time but I absolutely narrative person from the beginning since I was and it's always a fight to take this out from my life but the process can be really obstructed. You work just with cutting for weeks and then maybe drawing for weeks and painting backgrounds and just changed colors for some mountain notes. It's different parts of the year. Do and in the end I put it together here. It was by accident when I started to make this I working with with the colosseum that time and I I wanted to make some good backgrounds grounds. I think for that so I was painting a lot of I think it was Japanese paper. With the watercolor different watercolors in coated a lot of times different and it was a wet so I took it up and look through it and I say this is the best when I hold it. It's much better than Michael off. When you see the sun come through so it was by accident and then I started to make like small bad football goals and put paper on them and then I have small lamps behind and try to everything was hanging without movement to try to do something of that and one night when I went from the studio I took down the the light before I was walking away and a car came outside in a parking space and the light hit the Wall came into my studio? It was a movement in this directly. I I need Motors and other kinds of lamps. So I called a friend and he's having a lot of good friends making things like this for theaters and so it was the stock. It feels like a kind of amazing into section of of sculpture kinetic sculptures you save set design. And `and of course of during I've read that you refer to the figures use a stills to what extent do you feel the constraints serve collage and of drawing a static. These kind of figures in your head. Do you want them to have movement. No not really. I like when it's no. Yeah no movement to in in a drawing or fourth or something I really like it to. This was something else I mean. It's about time and it's more about music and things like that. It was interesting for me but I still have my heart in really dry stiff drawing some paintings. I think but it was fun to do this. Because I'm always alone and here I worked together with two other Sophia an emphatic. And and they've been here too sweet. It's a little bit other thing. It's more like playing music or something together. So it's it's different things. I think for me the idea I deal with this. I remember when I was shot and I got feeble and things like that and you were home and just you didn't know if it was day or night then you've dreamt and I woke up and look at curtains here. I want this feeling a little bit more and you can't do it. Yes withdrawing you mentioned that That feeling of I suppose isolation versus this almost like being part of a band or something making this huge kinetic piece. I wondered about your studio time. You said that you spend months painting backgrounds or doing figures. How'd you audio time in the studio what's you you? What did you think about? Is it a question of building the tool kits that you need to then make pictures with will from rather than working working towards one framed picture on its own. It's always about the process and the process for me. It's not planned because if I plan too much I think it's destroyed the feeling of art and even even the feeling of music and the planning is more the deadline. Nice for like show something like that but in my in my process I am not so much planning. Maybe you have it in the back back head. Sometimes you know here. I have have some graphic drawings to in this show and I made all these last winter. Install a lot of other things he's made in the countryside but all the drawings made an I have no idea in that time to show them for anything. I just draw last winter and had a good time with us and for me when it came now after the summer I had a feeling I think that the drawings was connected to the shadow thing so it was accident to that they connected. You know it was not the plan but today I I like the connection with. I didn't want and the other sculptures. Sometimes I work with sculptures to if I had at this time I really want to have this installation like the big sculpture and nothing more. I wanted this sound component. We have this very beautiful haunting music in background. How does music how to films how does literature? How does it will find? Its way into your work and I may not in terms of your reading. You're listening you're watching elsewhere. Gio Assimilate these things they important for. You is really important for me music and poems and it had been since I was young and I was very bad to read when I was young. I like to read but I was slowly slowly like snail and I always had problems school but I really liked to read and I really liked to listen to music and play music too and right sometimes to buy my own but this the the music here I was looking for sound to these the shadow play and I got from a friend. Frederick take a lot of old records from. I think it's between the world wars. It's before the plastic records and it's no electricity. You wave it up. He got this gramophone and record from her ex wife's father when he died and and that guy got it from his father. And Frederick don't want this so he said you're like music. Can you have this in your student and this is interesting. Of course I took it and it was a stunning that for two years and then now when I be this of course everything all the sound. I wanted to come from that record and from that collection. I think his name was Marie so now now we have the name of this Marie collection and then I gave it to my some all this. And he's a music producer so he's taught to work with these this different records and make use some of the sampling and took away a lot of singing so he worked just with these collection the whole summer and then allison and I was really happy. I thought he'd forgot this job and then he called me. Father I have something for you came and we sat down two days and I think he had eight dollars or something. Now it's down to one hour. How do you personally and through through your work kind of interact with the past? You just mentioned that amazing gramophone. The came from between the wars an object that has a real materiality the reality. I'm sure like no electricity. And then we have behind this Diorama. I guess the mechanics of the machine laid bare and you can see what strung up where it's quite rickety it's not it's low tech lunatic take absolutely and it's very important that that side of the the work is very important like this side so for me. It was very important to show the both aside. Because I have a different feeling here is more dream and the other's more like you see what's happened but yeah so with that low tech quality and during the papers that you use very aged. What does that kind of time? What does the past mean for you? I think for me the most is reality. Not like today and future. I think for me artists not about this time. A lot of people talked about contemporary art. And it's for for me so clear but everything is done now. It's contemporary but for me. It's very important to understand the traditions and and the history now I'm really subject. It's for me to go forward. You know in my own head. I have a lot of contact with dead people and and dead artists. Of course when I look in the books and see and I have a lot of friends that died I have a lot of contact with them and I hope my hope or wish is that ought is going to give something for people who is not born yet you know for for me. It's it's not just to find people who's WHO's living now have communication. It's it's about like the nature you know treat can be old. It can be two hundred years old and you can see today and you like it because it's all and then you die mixed people come and maybe fall down down a new other small tree..
"brickell" Discussed on Everyman Podcast Show
"So the way that I look at it my outlook of it is a little bit different than other people in the industry as well. Because I like helping people you know, I got a passion to help people. You know now that I'm older in life is changes as you move along. And you start realizing certain things that later when you were younger, you didn't realize you know, what I mean? So what made you start wanting to help people instead of just trying to get money from selling used? So you sell real estate now. Okay. To a dummy. Right. What what does real estate mean to a dummy real estate is property? When you own it. So when you own a home or property, right? What made you start to want to help people compared to just trying to get some money while till you what as I got older. You know, hindsight is twenty twenty. They say right when we look back, we can see everything clearly because that type of to everyone you look back at the situation here like I should have done that. Or I could have been the second of done that as I got older, I realized things that basically in our community, right? The community. I come from where I grew up the people that grew up around where you from. I'm from Miami, the three or five part of my live. Shiloh Little Havana we in this bitch in this bus what I'm talking about from from Little Havana from from the Brickell area of Little Havana, but not the brick wall. That's sprays. Oh that that pretty beautiful thing. That's their nowadays. Backing the thirty runs. Bravo. Rough neighborhood. It was on that Bank steps basketball practice had a drill where you hit the floor..
"brickell" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Until recently numbers. Several months of started to to come up with the ball quite considerably. But yeah, I mean, you know, everybody looks at China, and you know. Everybody has the wild factor. Your especially people that have been there. Modin cities of the east coast. And and it's true. It's been an incredible success story. I would say on paralleled and probably unique as far as emerging countries go, but not everything is quite as brilliant. As it might seem particularly given the exchange that took place in two thousand twelve when it came to power. So one of the things that we might talk about a little bit. This is exactly what difference. He's made to country. So. It's a big country. It's very strong country many ways, but also quite Brickell, which is what the the jeopardy. It was quite a a transformation, of course, that has occurred in China and just about about a generation, I suppose, you went from a pure communist ideologue in mount say tune to this modern China, and I'm not sure how you describe it economically. It's a hybrid, I suppose. I've long said that you could power Beijing off of mouse, they do spinning in his grave over the billionaires driving around Shanghai their varieties. But. Nonetheless, portions of the economy are still run by the communist party, I gather that there are even parts of the economy that that are ostensibly companies but owned by the People's Liberation Army. It'd be like if if Sears was owned by the hundred and first airborne division or something. So I must confess that this this China economy is a little mystified to me. It is a bit mystifying. And I think to to really understand it. You know, you have to go back to the time when when mile died, actually, the, although there was a sort of Arab there were a couple of leaders in between very short periods. The the next real and profound leader the China had was thanks how pink came to power and about nineteen seventy eight and he's widely credited with having told the communist party conference one year that you know, he didn't care. It was a black cat or a yellow cat so long as it was a Catholic mice, and this was widely seen as his kind of green light really that China would henceforth experiment. If he wanted to become rich leave poverty behind wanted to improve the lot of its citizens would have to experiment. Learn from the outside onto tight reform. You know, introduce market mechanisms into what would always was going to be a state run economy, but try to create this kind of hybrid, which obviously they were very successfully doing although I've cared. I mean, not like the the bureau has to run a Nanking primary or anything. That's true. But I think that I mean remember that in back in the late nineteen seventies. China had come through to Dhanapala cool experiences undergo in the Mao era. The I was the greatly forward with show was a disastrous. Experiment, revolutionizing and communizing. Agriculture which killed well because of the famines actually just millions of people were killed and the second was much later was in nineteen sixty six was the cultural revolution, which check dispose of so many people, but it was a vicious very brutal period in which. You know, children were suit against their parents neighbors against neighbors. And it was it was very disruptive and trying to back again. So the trying to I mean, it did make some kind of prey wasn't exactly a standstill during the mouth period. But by the time, you know, mount Dr China was still quite a pool country. And I think why they care is. Because I think they realize that if they wanted to improve the lot of people and give legitimacy to the party, which was always being the issue for China's leaders is is rising living standards all the the social contract with China. Because as you say, they don't have elections. Nobody stands really for. The leaders in the way that we do. So so they had about the legitimacy of the party and about making sure the party was in shoot with rising aspirants off of the people and more recently. I would say the people are, you know, the rising middle class of China. So they count about rising living standards we care about so the fulfill their mission is. The in other words revisionism which undermine was a capital crime has become official state policy. Yes. Indeed. So, and I think this is an important point to note is that, you know, because a lot of people is famous professors have published books the last couple of years about, you know, the inevitability of war between China, and the US what China the western, you know, it's chart China is a very different Catholic fish from the old Soviet Union, which was a revolutionary power. They do they really did want up in the world. And I didn't think China really wants to do that. I think they they'd like to play by the rules. But obviously they want to bend the rules more in their favor. And we'll certainly talk about the the extent to which they have in fact that those rules. I've always noted I I was at the Reagan Gorbachev summit in Moscow in may of nineteen Eighty-eight when these policies of glasnost in Paris. Troika were taking place, and it was remarkable to watch the the fumbling efforts of the the Russians do to try and adapt. The last communist leader, Gorbachev, of course, it tried to rescue Marxist economics by liberalizing, politically, and the whole thing fell apart like a house of cards, but in China, and now, I gather to extent Vietnam and Cuba as well. The exact opposite occurred, you had a liberalizing economically in order to buttress authoritarian political regime, and as I say, so far it seems to be more or less working doesn't it? To be. Yes. I mean, we there's me being in China for the last thirty or forty years economic reform has gone hand in hand with some political reform. But I think we need to be quite cautious. In interpreting the words, some it's never been the case that the party has been kind of distanced itself from power, but they have been pragmatic, right? Bay have allowed technocrats and professional kind of civil servants. Even though they were kind of party members of certain kind of head room to to manage the challenges that China has faced for the most part now point my book Grady's is I'm I'm I grew a line in two thousand twelve because I think that on decision ping, the politically China is kind of going backwards, whereas comically still kind of looking forward. They want to achieve a loss of noble, and, you know, great things in the next twenty thirty forty years, and look what they just did it landed a craft on the far side of the moon. Nobody's ever done for. Yeah. And this kind of technological stuff. I mean clearly now behind only the Russians and the Americans the Chinese are the leading space faring nation on the planet. Technically, all the the digital stuff. They do some of it, admittedly, probably hacking and the like another illegitimate ends. But the point of this is hardly the collection of of a billion peasants that Mao had did overdo his successors coins. So it's I mean, it's a it's a it's a serious. It's a very large very serious country. It's well, I mean most people think it's the second biggest economy in the world. But there are ways of measuring economists have different ways of measuring these things at by one measure, it's already the biggest economy in the world, and it has very. Excessive aspirations about what he wants to achieve in technology and in science and engineering over the next two years. And in a way, this is obviously a good thing because if people can better themselves and become richer, and so on of course, we should be pleased about that. I would think general depending on how they get there. Well, that's the thing. So politically there, of course, they are very clearly now not just kind of a competitor. Which is what we always thought they were at a customer, which they still all to some degree. But they are also I'd have the story. I think the challenge for our politicians in the next, you know, ten twenty years is going to be how to manage that relationship. We must pause briefly here, and we're gonna come back into talk some more take some calls for our guest. He is George Magnus. He is an economist and research associate at the China center at Oxford University at the school of oriental and African studies he has written the book red flags it's published by Yale University press and subtitled why she's China is in jeopardy, and certainly as we prepare for more talks about the major trade and related issues that we have with the Chinese clearly that subtitle in particular is of great interest in this country back with more without. Guests George Magnus on the Jim Bohannon show in just a moment payments. Do.
"brickell" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"Show on friday we went to brickell for portugal spain what a game which was an incredible game that's one of the games that i'd lift up and tell everybody hey if you don't like soccer watch this game see if you like because you have the guy that everyone sort of acknowledges as one of the top two players in the world and he has a hat trick you have a great team in spain that everyone acknowledges is a good team they deliver it was it was a classic world cup match and you didn't stop i did not stop after that mainly because my waitress took three hours to bring me the check and i was stuck in brickell for the rest of the day but then i went home had some dinner and then it went out to the gables and then i saw oh fritz in franz is out here this german place yeah the fridge and fronts beer house so then i got a great idea while under the influence of just say hey everybody let's just meet up here the couple of hours does france starts so we did that yeah so i woke up i got home at like two and i woke up at five am through france plan i like one of the players so i saw france versus australia which wasn't very good and then i walked to grozny janos next door because that's an origin tinian place in argentina was playing i saw hat draw and so i walked back to fritz and i saw denmark peru which was an incredible game even though it was only one zero and then i was starting to crash a little bit i was like man these niger jerseys are good but i don't know so i had one percent battery which was enough for me to get an uber so i got home i miss the nigeria croatia game because that was a two hours of sleep that i would be getting this week and then i hopped into newberg to go to south beach for a concert at the fillmore and even though i had a great time at this concert i was like that's not enough there dj ing let's go so i went to space to the wee hours yeah i went to space see the and you know i couldn't even see the dj's from where i was sitting i couldn't even see them but i was just do you have to see dj's i was having a good time dancing like this is a cry for help and then i was looking i was like i've got a fritz tomorrow so no i didn't go back to france because i had to have a father's day meal with my father in law is cute they they go to mcdonald's he doesn't ask me to kiss him on the cheek i have a good relationship with my way logo will your father in law's father's day meals at mcdonalds a tradition from other saint fathers as all the kids and mom and dad they all go to mcdonalds mcdonalds breakfast which is phenomenal it's it's really grown mcdonald's or no playground playground playground it's one of these mic cafes oh god yeah it's one of these kathy from an actual person you order from the robot order i order from an actual person i will not order robot but my favorite thing about mcafee as now as you can tell the political leanings of whoever owns that franchise because it's either on cnn or fox news this morning was.
"brickell" Discussed on The Takeaway
"Change much of the conversation is around sea level rise but in communities that are not impacted by flooding in that same way you don't really hear the conversation about resiliency of being brought into these communities and it does not mean that they're not impacted in a catastrophic event poverty and all of those things become more stark so after hurricane irma for example people thought okay you guys are this that was not major physical damage right here in south florida but in miami specifically in the poor communities if you were without power for two weeks if you weren't able to go to work for week and a half that had detrimental impact because most of our jobs here are very low income there hospitalbased jobs so if you're a housekeeper and i spoke to several housekeepers janitors and you're an hourly worker you're from work for a week and a half because of a hurricane that's what we can have paycheck that you're not going to get and so because people didn't work for two weeks within three months they were facing eviction because you could not make that up and we're going to hear from five yola in a minute young haitian american entrepreneur who's using real estate investment to keep her community intact what have you seen that other communities are doing to fight gentrification because it seems like it's an on winnable battled frankly and then people are saying like this what one of the phrase i heard out in the community is that we're not trying to fight gentrification trying to survive it because it's going to happen there is no undoing this right it's happening and so a little havana for example you know there's a business group that is forming kipah where they are trying to stave off the brickell effect because they're so close to brick oh people now call parts of low havana brickell west but with that brickell west moniker comes prick west prices right and so you're seeing the renters and people who own businesses they're trying to form a collective to speak out and to implore policymakers to help them out and is there any political will to help the community maintain and or manage this type of situation.
"brickell" Discussed on PRI's The World
"New people move into the community that they just simply can't afford the commercial rent costs anymore and i gather is not just little haiti this changing there's also similar change to the landscape in miami's little havana right it's happening all around the thing is in these neighborhoods specifically you have the more expensive neighborhoods that border them but people can no longer for there so you go north or you go west rickel which is a very high end neighborhood very expensive borders little havana and so you're seeing the blocks that border brickell people holly westbrook o's actually not west brickell it's little havana and the business owners are saying that stop calling us westbrook oh where little havana because once you've put the name rickel on any number of blocks you expect your to go rut what sets these stories in miami apart from other stores of gentrification all across the country i think this is just part of the national story of what happens this is just what happens in immigrant communities you see it in communities across the country where as rent becomes more expensive as housing become more expensive for variety reasons new people will move in and brooklyn we've seen it in harlem we've seen it and with the new movement of different folks coming into the neighborhood and with commercial rent 'cause going up the people who may be made that neighborhood over generations are pushed out many of the folks in little havana many of the people who live in little havana are older and are on fixed income and so if you're dealing with rising rent cost if you're dealing if you're not a homeowner ultimately you end up getting pushed out as the prices go up and if you don't own the commercial spaces in this case for these business owners you also end up getting pushed out wwl rn's no does green on the changes afoot in miami's little haiti and little havana mmj thanks very much thanks marco.
"brickell" Discussed on High and Mighty
"Brickell berries in inside joke for an entire year we're just like oh brickell brickell buried out there we're like i can't believe we wanted that show i get announcers isn't there he and manager contact us brickell berries interested again we were like we started started going on there and they were well cool cellamare news airport air it's so upset with also have some plug as they need to do it right here that will be what i have did like owner you'll just burglaries still on comebacker on you again i i and i will kill two right on on that and no exaggeration of i feel like if i ever got like a real deal job like of eventually was like this new fox joe starring john gabor's i would have to delete lives lives twitter my instagram all every blanket has since like outgoing to give fired the second i get higher for something yeah i've already been wandering like have i said too much about this show that show uh no you don't like you had nothing to oh yeah you mean on not on this body you can find yes what are some other things you were doing with your like how how you coping with your unemployment there are still set yourself scheduled you set your alarm that's a good unemployment question yeah i i what is your dog i didn't realize until like like half way through the summer i was like i and i've i've lake told my therapies i was like i should start setting is getting yeah did you were you not yeah now i i yeah yeah it was a let i it's been today continue ron when i first went on unemployment in new york i was sleeping the average times i was sleep was sleeping with four am towing one pm yeah.
"brickell" Discussed on High and Mighty
"Salute you can tell when i well you know jon stewart you know and i and i are there should but yeah it's one of those things were and that material is like you do it you get closer also lake just like the more it the closer you get and then not getting it the more it fucking just brakes your heart was evac down again and i i think i know wise because you uh i i did this exact i did this exact run on a i'm going to use the show's exist as an example 'cause they kind of his me off a little bit me and my writing partner uh we're like uh hey ottmar manager conduct is like the show brickell berry wants to hire riders they read your submission and they love it and we're like brickell berry what bullshit one closure these i well take we're like we don't want to write on brickell variance like we don't have writing jobs would be cool working and then also like they're like we'll have a skied meeting with the guy's anyway we have ascribe meeting with the guys that created they seem like nice guys were like oh yeah and then like over the course of like the next week between over tech's message we convince ourselves that we like really want the job like you know you talk yourself incident where our son you're like they're pretty financing equity really cool also like maybe the letters that let's do a voice on an episode and that's like another a little fun for a let's like plus who here's the shows that good we can like really just like learn how an animation room work and we and then we've completely veiled logan we don't get the job and we're so pierce and we're calling these guys by name over tax air like faulk these mother faulkner's how dare day and then we use.