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Johnson & Johnson Vaccine Arrives in Santa Cruz County, California

The KFBK Morning News

00:29 sec | 18 hrs ago

Johnson & Johnson Vaccine Arrives in Santa Cruz County, California

"This morning The Johnson and Johnson vaccine has arrived in at least one northern Cali For your county. Here's kfbk is Jordan Chris Corona virus. Vaccines from Johnson and Johnson have made its way to Santa Cruz County. The county received 1300 doses of the vaccine yesterday, Health officials said that they expect the one dose vaccine to increase their supply and open up more vaccine doses for residents. The Johnson and Johnson vaccine was endorsed by U. S Health Advisers last month. Jordan Christmas News 93.1

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Brown scores 27, Celtics outlast Jokic, Nuggets 112-99

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 2 weeks ago

Brown scores 27, Celtics outlast Jokic, Nuggets 112-99

"The Cali okay supporting forty three points but it wasn't enough for the nuggets in a one twelve ninety nine loss to the Celtics Jaylen brown had twenty seven points and eight assists to help the Celtics withstand yoke which is third forty point performance of the season we just lost to balance you know so I think it was obvious that we needed a win tonight needed to come out with good energy and I think for the most part we do so I'm grateful that we got the one Boston bounced back from lackluster performances in back to back losses to Detroit in Washington the Celtics turned seventeen Denver turnovers into twenty three points and led by as many as fifteen in the first half Jamal Murray added twenty five points for the nuggets who had their three game winning streak snapped I'm Dave very

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Alabama Could Be Home To Amazon's First Unionized Warehouse In The U.S.

All Things Considered

04:23 min | Last month

Alabama Could Be Home To Amazon's First Unionized Warehouse In The U.S.

"Amazons first unionized warehouse in America. That groundbreaking prospect is playing out in an unlikely place Alabama if workers from a facility near Birmingham vote to unionize next month. They would turn a new page not only for the company but also the region. MPR's Alina Cell yuk reports long before the warehouse was even built. Local officials called it a game changer. Amazon is coming to the funeral of government, the city of Bessemer, Alabama, Birmingham's working class suburb, a shadow of the steel and mining hub. It used to be. Amazon jobs paying over double the local minimum wage, promised a shot in the arm. Here's mayor kind of Cali talking about Amazon's arrival on Birmingham, CBS, 4200 and 30 Year. History of the city of Boston market is the largest single investment. But less than a year after the facility opened, it became a different kind of game changer. Amazons First American warehouse to get to a union election. Next month, 5800 workers of the best more warehouse will begin voting on whether to join the retail wholesale in department store union. Here's President Stuart Apple bound for things that is most important for them is to be treated with respect, he says. Best in more workers reached out to the union quietly in the summer, describing ruling productivity quotas wanting more say In how Amazon staff work how they get disciplined or fired a support system mobilized from unionized workers around the region, many from poultry plants Within months, the union says more than half of the warehouse workers signed cards to petition for unionization, leading the National Labor Relations Board to schedule an election. I believe that the pandemic opens a lot of people size, they understand now better than they ever did before. That they need a collective voice to stand up for themselves and to protect themselves. Jim spits. Lee has wanted that voice for years. He works down the interstate from the best summer warehouse at a Mercedes Benz plant, and he's watching this Amazon vote with interest because his factory was the epicenter of the last high profile labor battle in Alabama. You know, That's what it all comes down to is getting that vote and we haven't got that in 25 years. On three accounts. They came close in the 20 tens when the United Auto Workers Union tried to make inroads at foreign auto plans moving to the American South. They're coming here because of the fact that there is not fear of unions. You know, they're saying that we're just not educated, you know, country bumpkins and whatnot. They don't know nothing about unions and don't care. Nothing. Anti union sentiments are comin around the region, Alabama and many states around it have right to work laws, which mean every worker can choose not to pay union dues. Here's Michael in this human is a professor of the University of Alabama. The billboard that I'll never forget. Do you want Tuscaloosa to be the next Detroit? You know there's still race in there, too, obviously, But, you know, seeing this post industrial city in a lot of pain and blaming that on the union's spits lease plans never got a union election. At several auto plants in the region. Workers voted against joining the U A W even at folks Wagon and Tennessee, where the company welcomed unionization. Now specially wonders if an Amazon Union might shake things up. It'll it'll send not a tsunami ripple, but it it's gonna send one of all the Southern States Industry menace points out. Alabama actually has the highest percentage of unionized workers and best summer specifically has union history. Now It's a community that's predominantly black. The Amazon Union campaign is evoking social and racial justice themes, union president Applebaum says in the South labor and civil rights struggles have often been intertwined. We have a proud tradition of being involved in the civil rights movement, and we see the effort that Amazon at this warehouse is being a continuation of that. Amazon has argued that the workers pushing to unionize do not represent the majority of its staff's views. The company touts its pay and benefits and it's pushing to delay the election, appealing for the vote to take place in person instead of by mail, despite current virus concerns. Lena Cell Yuk NPR news

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Spike in Chicago carjackings, police say

Bob Sirott

01:09 min | Last month

Spike in Chicago carjackings, police say

"Mork Car jackings reported in Chicago last night, Just a Chicago police announce another new strategy to deal with the spiking Carjackings. WGN's Judy Wang has the latest. Another four Carjackings happen overnight. This happened right after the Chicago Police Department announced plans to beef up its resource is in response to the spike in the number of cases there have already been nearly 150 Carjackings so far this year. This incident happened just after eight. Last night, a woman was sitting in her BMW sedan. Near 46, South Ellis, a car pulled up Two men got out in one of them pointed a gun at the woman They took off with her car, her purse and her cell phone. Police say a third person followed behind the stolen BMW. The car was eventually found near 41st and Cali, a match that incident was not hurt. Police are still looking for suspects. In the other overnight Carjackings. Two men stole a 19 year old woman's car. As she was about to pump gas. Another victim was a bride share driver in Bucktown Police Superintendent David Brown, urging residents of the city to reach out to young people to help them make better

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"cali" Discussed on Digital Hospitality: A Cali BBQ Media Podcast

Digital Hospitality: A Cali BBQ Media Podcast

11:53 min | 2 months ago

"cali" Discussed on Digital Hospitality: A Cali BBQ Media Podcast

"An incredible person that is completely raw completely. Sam that's what makes people love him is that he is willing to do. What typically they cut out legacy media like immediate only wants to show the sexy stuff and santa's raw and he's real. He's what the internet watson What we want. So we're super fans of him. He's makes regular appearances every tuesday on barbecue. Central show was greg remedy. Bets must listen to contents the banter that they have back and forth as some of my favorite content that i listened to on a monthly basis but nonetheless without asking just out of pure love and friendship he and max decided to do a barbecue sliders episode and on their youtube channel and he used our jalapeno barbecue sauce so he texted me and said hey. Wait used your jalapeno barbecue sauce on an episode. That's appearing on wednesday. Just wanted to let you know I said you know. Thank you so much truly grateful for that. But after i got that as like oh shit what happens when somebody that has two point five million subscribers on the internet pimps your product literally tells to buy your product and if it's not available online that's the problem so we reached out to kyle pflueger. Who is our the throng media. He been on the podcast. He runs our website. kelly. Barbie media said. Can you get our ecommerce up running. Talk to eric. Talk to stover tactic gene on our team trying to figure out. How fast can we turn. This around actually should barbecue sauce. We have two types of barbecue sauce regular barbecue sauce and jalapeno barbecue. Sauce is bottled. You're selling more barbecue sauce now in house meaning for takeout and delivery because of toast so we've always had available that someone could buy in the restaurant but they would actually have to see that it was available so it has to be on our menu which we have a blurb on our menu if you wanted to buy but people never saw it in the way that they see it on a digital menu is literally available digital menu more hostile. You've ever soul through toast so toast our point of sale platform as mobile first site that we use now reselling that the sam global audience. So we're not talking about just people here in san diego that are binding barbecue sauce. We're talking about australia. People in london people in africa people in bulgaria people all over the globe that love his content that are willing to if he says by barbecue sauce or this is phenomenal. Aluminium barbecue sauce. They're gonna go by it so we got our website stover on the back end. Had to tell him what you have to do. Well i mean there's a million different things apps. Do you decide to do one other things. So we decided we want to sell barbecue sauce and line. It's not as easy as it sounds. You gotta have the website you have to have the content you have to have the marketed barbecue sauce barbecue stars to really and we operated very quickly on this because we found out less than a week before it was going to air on youtube and was gonna near the video. That's where sam talks about the barbecue sauce so we had over the weekend really everyone on the same page to figure out how we were going to sort of attack list once it came out and be prepared just like anything that we know is going to happen. You have to start the work before apples. Otherwise you're left scurrying and there's there's a restaurant around these people to feed all this other stuff happened with me can't shut down operations in the restaurant to start selling barbecue sauce. We have to integrated into the flow. So that means. I had to talk to the web. Guide says bigger make sure that the content of the military making can show up early. I went on the homepage of the website and redesigned it. So that when people go to the humvees right away to see the clip of the video or sam talking about the barbecue sauce and then ride to knee. They can click a link to easily by their own boggled or sauce online. We can set the shipping price. Now we can do anything because we are. It's ruined ecommerce platform a small. Local restaurant is now a global ecommerce shipping platform. And i think one of the things that stover and i team talked about on our slack channel was the challenges. That happen when you do decide to do that. whether you decide to do it or happened serendipitous fortuitously to your business. Where you know. Sam didn't have to do that and he did do that. Which was a huge benefit to us. Because you know what. I told stover's sometimes you have to break something in order to make it better or to make it work on. You know i've been wanting to have barbecue sauce online and in one and a half. Are kelly barbecue gear available to people that listen to the show in australia. People that listen to norway. There's people that have wanted to support us in ways that they can and that e commerce store set up in a way that works. That's mobile i. That's responsive that makes sense. That's easy to check out then. It really isn't gonna work but by doing it. It forced us to learn and unfortunately by learning we learned that the packaging that we were using wasn't good. We've broke barbecue sauce. Lots of it so people that watched the show that reached out to us that sent us a message on twitter. Sent us a dm on instagram or went through our website and said i wanna buy barbecue sauce or directly to the e commerce site in bob barbecue sauce. They got smashed barbecue sauce. That is a bad way to launch a barbecue sauce. Business very bad way but by doing it it forces us to know that we can't lose money shitting so if we're spending more money to ship than we're taking n that's bad business so we need to fix the shipping model. We need to get better packaging and we need to figure out a way to make that this unboxing. We did a last podcast. Redid was about unboxing and toast and one of the experiences that people that have an apple product. You know that experience of when you open up an apple product. It's this implantable experience you. Everything is designed for the users for that experience of how do i really enjoy. This product toasted the same thing with restaurant technologies. So we're unboxing restaurant technology and it's an apple experience like we wanna give an apple experience. Someone buys barbecue sauce and we wanna make it personal and brand to us. But how do you do that. Unfortunately sometimes you have to fail a long way so we're gonna learn how through smashing barbecue sauce Unfortunately how to make it better. People will get more barbecue sauce and we'll spend money doing that nonetheless. It's an important lesson that we learned all thanks to influence her mega microphone influence or like santa cooking guy breaking a few eggs to make an omelet in order to make barbecue sauce business. You have to break bottles. Yeah exactly exactly yeah. Hopefully you guys can learn. I know there's been a lot of people have reached out to us a lot of people that have checked out our blogs. Our podcast content about how to bodily your own barbecue sauce. How to start your own barbecue sauce company We have incredible resources. That were compiling. We wanna take you step by step through the way we to have some incredible guests on This upcoming season this year on digital hospitality. Help you navigate that more because there's never been a better time to sell barbecue sauce to sell hot sauce to sell rug to sell whatever you want to sell. There's never been a better time to build on. The backs of giants amazon is already there. It's already there Facebook marketplace is already there. I mean there's just so many different ways for you to capitalize and make money while you're doing whatever you're doing or you can do it as your business if you're successful unable to do so we like to thank listeners. To the show is giving social shoutout so if you engage with us email you write a review if you tweet at us if you post us in instagram stories We wanna find ways to give back to you through swag through my grandfather's book. So this is the harvest Farm boy grew wealthy in california. I wrote the spoke with him. Helped him write his memoir to thousand four also published in bulgaria bulgarian but nonetheless is the original gangster bulgarian manga. He's the one that taught me really digital storytelling. Why it's important important to document the things that you do in life. The things that people you care about do Because that becomes the most powerful guessed that she can give from the most powerful gift that we can give is to say. Thank you to the people that support the show Emily wasco vex. She is the senior small business expert. at yelp we've developed a relationship with her and she has supported. This podcast has been a guest on this podcast She has has stover an eye on behind the review which is coming out in january on. It's also in collaboration with entrepreneur media. Which is a huge deal. So hopefully you guys listen to that episode of league. Some value out of that episode but emily leskovac We've got some fun things happening with yelp this year. Josh copa on the show we also talked about the yelp has been a very powerful tool for the restaurant. Anyone ever has questions about yelp. Please reach out and let us let us know what those questions are. Emily thank you for your support to be sending. You knew this. Hopefully you enjoy it. Stay curious get involved and ask for help. We do have to listen to the clip. Really quick so just tell me to play. The clip for people can find it on the homepage kelly. Bbq media or on. Sam channel on youtube stover. Can you please let our listeners than anybody. That's watching On youtube just play a clip of the sam. The cooking guy episode of sam being sam and slanging our barbecue sauce in only the way that sam can his own special magic trick it out any kind of barbecue sauce. I'm just gonna pinch my friend. Shawn's kelly comfort restaurant. He makes his own barbecue sauce. Jalapeno it's giving give that kick. It's going to be amazing. And he's a great guy so go check my might wanna say you wanna by the way he's affected like every other frikkie restaurant right now in this state we can't do People inside we can't do people outside. All we can do now is take out and delivery. And everybody's hurting this has got to end you. You hear a beep quite often in sam's content yes and when we did an episode on him recently we even put a swear word in the title. We we bleeped it out in the title. We put the characters but we thought it was so such a perfect quote Perfectly summed up. Sam that we went with who who the bleep doesn't like love toast tau sam and will senior sales managers intentional. Leftovers sam's new cookbook. He signed it. Who the fuck doesn't love toast when ethics book signing signatures that so of course when we hear a good quote like that we've.

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"cali" Discussed on Digital Hospitality: A Cali BBQ Media Podcast

Digital Hospitality: A Cali BBQ Media Podcast

01:44 min | 2 months ago

"cali" Discussed on Digital Hospitality: A Cali BBQ Media Podcast

"Welcome to digital hospitality. I'm your host. Sean walsh jeff. This is kelly. Bbq media production. Today i'm joined by my co host. Stover harbor the third. Welcome to the show bank you. This is the last of our special series recapping some of our digital hospitality stories than lessons of twenty twenty so for people who've listened to all five in a row. Thank you very much. I will go back to some regularly scheduled programing next week regularly scheduled programing aetna lessons in stories. It's a good twenty. Twenty was a lot of lessons in stories so we.

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"cali" Discussed on Digital Hospitality: A Cali BBQ Media Podcast

Digital Hospitality: A Cali BBQ Media Podcast

02:09 min | 2 months ago

"cali" Discussed on Digital Hospitality: A Cali BBQ Media Podcast

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"cali" Discussed on Digital Hospitality: A Cali BBQ Media Podcast

Digital Hospitality: A Cali BBQ Media Podcast

08:42 min | 2 months ago

"cali" Discussed on Digital Hospitality: A Cali BBQ Media Podcast

"Welcome to digital hospitality. I am your host sean. Walsh jeff this is a tally. Bbq media production and joined today by my co-host stover harvard. The third the producer himself and we are here to talk about the unboxing toast video in content creation. So part of what we do is talk about digital storytelling. The offline world the online world. That convergence of those both of those things digital hospitality is as thesis. We believe that every business needs to be digital every business needs to be in the hospitality business and every episode. We want to give you different examples on these episodes specifically what we learned in twenty twenty while we're trying to implement twenty twenty one and one of the biggest things we've learned as business social media business content creation One of the things that david meltzer my mentor talks about his frequency. so understanding. that no matter what you do in life there is a story everywhere their stories are all around you and if you are in business it's not always about just producing content for the customer it's about producing content for your business partners so there are so many business partners that happen in all different types of businesses where the b. two b. space people. Don't think that. I need to do content creation. They think well. Maybe i should do social media. And they want to check the box with social media that they're not producing compelling content at you produce compelling content you talk to storytellers so what we did with this toast on boxing. Video toast his. Our point of sale technology we upgraded from aloha implemented aloha in two thousand eight at a restaurant. Kelly part top of the line point of sale technology. We chose between aloha and micros. Aloha was incredible We use them for twelve years. But as we visited during corona virus to in digital first restaurant we needed technology that helped on the user end so not just for the customer but also for the business owner so that we could update our own website photos. We can have a cloud based system. We have hardware the software that we need to truly grow our brand the way that we need so we chose toast. we've met with ollie mullen gostkowski. Who was our sales rep. She was referred to us by howard. Solomon who's one of our restaurant consultants. He's been on this podcast multiple times. He works san cooking guy and the grit collective but it was one restaurant owner one restaurant group referring to another restaurant group..

"cali" Discussed on Digital Hospitality: A Cali BBQ Media Podcast

Digital Hospitality: A Cali BBQ Media Podcast

05:52 min | 2 months ago

"cali" Discussed on Digital Hospitality: A Cali BBQ Media Podcast

"Or worth the drive. You can't get much better compliment than that original. No that's right. I mean a part of the biggest thing. It's always humbling to see how many local media connections we've made national media connections we've made i remember just struggling so much to give anyone to give a shit about our business now for five years. I'm wondering why people want writing about us. Why they weren't asking us to do interviews. Why i thought we were doing something unique and compelling. I'm sure there's someone listening to this podcast. That probably feels the same way. You've created something. You offer a product a service you. You're in a family business and you see people all the time getting all different types of opportunities and you wanna create those opportunities for yourself. I mean the biggest lesson that we can teach you know and it's tough through sunrise. Gratitude is is do it yourself. Become your own our jim. That's essentially what we did by becoming our own. Pr accompanied by becoming our own media company. We started producing content and once you produce content. That's sometimes it's about. You have to learn how to talk about yourself about your brand about what you do but then once you do that then you get to learn how to be a better storyteller and talk about the things that are happening. Outside of you know. Dave meltzer always talks about it. It's it's not it's not. I'm not talking about kelly barbecue at through me. It's through our story sunrise. Gratitude that you're doing store that your mom's doing that corey robinson who is my business partner. That opened up the restaurant with. He's doing real estate in marin county up in Just about san francisco area. He's doing his own version sunrise. Gratitude in light. That's the big thing. It's not my sunrise. Gratitude it's not my digital hospitality. We don't own that. These are just ideas that have come through other people that we are now cultivated in our own lives and sharing. Same reason why I saw my friends people that i care about people that are influencers in my life. People that i follow posting about how much they love peleton. They sold me. The by peleton. Didn't bike they sold it through what they do so. Our hope is through the stories in the lessons that we share on this podcast with guests that we bring on that you guys listen you take action and we stay curious. Get involved and ask.

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"cali" Discussed on Digital Hospitality: A Cali BBQ Media Podcast

Digital Hospitality: A Cali BBQ Media Podcast

03:49 min | 2 months ago

"cali" Discussed on Digital Hospitality: A Cali BBQ Media Podcast

"I've passed it on to my mom. And she's doing the sunrise gratitude now too so meltzer's idea of impacting multiple people who then impact multiple people if the exponential growth of gratitude and happiness. I couldn't be happier. That that is something that spreading. Yeah i am amazed at it continues to chug along. This is something you one day you said you know. I'm i'm expressing gratitude for this. I'm going to go out and then the next you did and then just like that. You talked about the tortoise and the hare on one of your posts. Just like the tortoise. I mean you're getting there if you continued the hair root where you tried to sprint. Every day at the start of this you probably wouldn't have been able to sustain all year. Yeah so by doing it. Low and slow which is the kelly. Bbq and kelly be media way even able to create this great thing and it's inspiring people so and to see it on tv is even better. Because we're gonna play here. It was on Heather myers featured it on cbs. San diego heather myers has been on. The podcast is one of the news. Anchors who just started anchoring the four on cbs. she's one of the most talented journalists. I've ever met and had the privilege of knowing it's become a true supporter and friend onto the restaurant. You know having her put it on. Cbs a and then having featured by catherine garcia on nbc seven Interviewing emily silva the author of sunrise gratitude. I mean literally. I was just following the hashtag sunrise gratitude on instagram. And i started seen her posts about sunrise gratitude and that she was here in san diego and then one of the posters that she was reading a book called sunrise gratitude. Right place right time. Exactly where you're supposed to be you. Are you supposed to be so. I reached out to her. And i had around. Podcasts was one of my favorite podcast episodes of the year to holzner clip vista episode. Here with other gabby. Cancer talked to the owner of challenge Barbecue and spring valley hosted the digital hospitality..

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"cali" Discussed on Digital Hospitality: A Cali BBQ Media Podcast

Digital Hospitality: A Cali BBQ Media Podcast

05:40 min | 2 months ago

"cali" Discussed on Digital Hospitality: A Cali BBQ Media Podcast

"Welcome to digital battalion. I'm your host sean. Walsh at this is eight kelly. Bbq media production. We believe that a rising tide lifts all ships. We also believe that. A rising tide lifts all boats. This podcast has been an incredible journey from behind the smoke to digital hospitality. And we are here wrapping up twenty twenty and bringing on a new twenty twenty one and what we wanted to do on. This episode is really talk with you. The listener people that have engaged in this podcast. People that have supported us at kelly barbecue kelly barbecue media. It's been an incredible journey and we have friends all over the glo friends. That are podcasters friend entrepreneurs friends i wanna start a business. Somehow you found us somehow. You're listening to us and we couldn't be more grateful for that and we want to give value to. We want to let you know. Kind of some of the things are the biggest thing that we do on this podcast. Bring you into the behind the scenes of running a barbecue business. A barbecue media company Today's episode. I have stover harder. The third my producer. My my writing hands on the media side joining us. Welcome to the podcast asia on always to be on the show. I think one of the biggest things that we can do for everybody listening is let them know. How do we do. So hopefully they can implement that in their own business Because really what we talk about as being digital storytellers is utilizing technology. We're living in an online world off-line world where there's a convergence really happening. And how do we take advantage of that. How we build on the backs of giants. The giants like steve. Jobs and bill gates mark zuckerberg and twitter and instagram. All these incredible tools that we had that we've never had in business where literally a barbecue restaurant can become immediate. How is that possible our job every week and every time we publish youtube video at retirement published a blog retiree. We put out. You know audio content. We want to give the listener. People that are listening to this. Show those tools. So that's why. I'm excited about kind of wrapping up twenty twenty and looking forward to twenty twenty one. I remember when we first started the digital podcast at more than two years ago. Now i think we were talking about being a barbecue media company. I had to stop after that conversation and think to myself would is a barbecue media company. Because i wasn't even sure. I could define it but i knew it was thing era. Now we've been defining it. I think every day multiple times to people all over the world. Sharon what it means to be a barbecue media company because we want people to be the the plumber media company the repairman media company. It doesn't just stop with the restaurant. So i'm really excited to to share what we've learned. I think there's a lot that we can pass onto businesses to really help them on their own digital journey. Yes so we're gonna start Today's episode a story in the story is the end of last year. I went up to see dave meltzer. I was invited by his staff to come to an end of the year training. up at sports marketing. And i'd heard david meltzer on scott kaplan's radio show the mighty ten ninety before other radio show went out of business but scott kaplan's a close friend of the restaurant..

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"cali" Discussed on Digital Hospitality: A Cali BBQ Media Podcast

Digital Hospitality: A Cali BBQ Media Podcast

03:54 min | 2 months ago

"cali" Discussed on Digital Hospitality: A Cali BBQ Media Podcast

"Value before. I've never felt that frequency have never gotten that message in one. It's gonna do is call to learn more about sean and about your business. And that's why all these businesses should come to you because they're going to double triple quadruple their business the same way that you go to that subaru video. I promise you more than one hundred views and respect trying to throw you under the falls in love. That gets exactly what i i know. I wanted to people to watch that. I wanted them to get to more people every year. So that twenty years have two million people to millions of drivers right and you don't remotely pundits expanding too fast david harbour respective people. Don't get it. I of people. Now tell me now tell me oh my god you only got sixty thousand views on that and i said to them. You realize that's two stadiums right. Every day idioms of people that are watching that one piece of content to stadiums. If somebody would've told me. When i was again that anything. I did would build one stadium one opportunity for five minutes to be known in front of enough people of one stadium. It would have blown my mind. It's it's so true that we take for granted the reach of the internet's and the ability to reach so many people so it's almost a duty to up the frequency of your content duty to host more on social and when we noticed that we're not posing as much everywhere. We have an internal team meetings to figure out how to make our quantity go without stress. Going up how can we create systems that let us get more out there. And how can we make it easier on ourselves using technology and that's something that everybody needs to be thinking about because you can be reaching stadiums full of people. What other time in history have you been able to do that without an invite. No-one had there's no gatekeeper anymore. Step aside shoutout. Social shadow goes to bury schuster. Who is host of the corner booth. Podcast dot co host. Is chris tripoli. They both put on incredible s. We just re purpose one of their episodes. I was the guest but barry is also the publisher editor and publisher for restaurants. Start up and growth magazine. That has a tool that restaurant. Owner dot com. If you subscribe to bad if you're looking as an independent restaurant owner you're looking for. That's the greatest resource sign up for on. They have my stamp of approval. The restaurant wouldn't be open today if it wasn't for all tools so we learned from them. We literally found restaurants solutions. Which is our accounting firm because we need a weekly financials because of the content that they wrote about they wrote about the contents enough for us to find the companies that we needed to succeed in thrive at mary's been incredible reestablish a relationship on lincoln. And now we've established a friendship. We've helped him Some articles and contents. We're gonna continue to help him. Restaurant owner dot com. Jim lob i'm going to be on a call with him Webinar in the beginning of the year. Lincoln the show notes. If you want to join that call you're more than welcome so we can share a little bit more insight of how we pivoted during coated and how we partner with toast and they'd technology part of what we do at this This book the harvest. My grandfather spoke going out to berry so please tag us. Please share the podcast. We subscribe read a review We really appreciate you guys listening. Always reach out sean kelly. Bbq dot media or sean while traffic on any social platform stay curious. Get involved and ask for.

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"cali" Discussed on Digital Hospitality: A Cali BBQ Media Podcast

Digital Hospitality: A Cali BBQ Media Podcast

09:43 min | 2 months ago

"cali" Discussed on Digital Hospitality: A Cali BBQ Media Podcast

"Deep down you always want everything you put out to be perfect. You want Maybe your make up the perfect. You're closed look perfect. The sentenced to sound exactly right with all the right word choices. You want your telephone box message to sound perfect. You don't wanna mess up you don't want to say But when you're making things like podcast when you're writing blogs when you're when you're doing video content like this you republishing online. Coaching sessions webinars. You can't stop and try and make it perfect you'll never produce a thing. You'll never publish thing and i remember early on digital hospitality. It was difficult to break that down. Because i desperately wanted so bad to make this perfect immaculate content for this brand i really care about because i knew people were going to be reading it in twenty years so i put a lot of pressure on myself to be perfect. The perfect lincoln all that then i sort of learned that frequency is how our content started reverberate with people more the more they sought the more they learned the more. They heard your voice the more that they paid attention. And that wasn't gonna happen with weekly articles or just weekly podcasts. Or whatever i mean we have to have twenty four seven content in some form out there on the internet for people to find to stay relevant also to make sure our message gets understood so i think as a as a media company. We've done a great job of putting out a lot. More great dynamic content. That may be sometimes isn't perfect. Maybe there's some sound issues every now and then but at the end of the day we stand by everything. We put out because it's educational and that's really what matters to us. I think it's a great lesson and that's lesson that i'm happy that were talking about on an episode because it's something that is so important and it's also something that when i talk to people about their fear of producing content of becoming the digital storyteller that the know that they should be. This is one of the primary things along with fear an ego that get in the way. It's i want it to look perfect. I want my instinct. Graham feed to be curated museum of the sexiest food. So that when a foodie comes to my site there are compelled to buy food or barbecue or burgers sushi. Or whatever. Whatever you're selling. And you know i think back to one of my mentors. Which is gary banner. Check in gary visas. Put out an incredible deck which will put a link to in the show notes but it's had produce sixty four pieces of content in one day and i love that. He made that because he sets the bar so high for the world that we live in we cannot comprehend how many people could potentially be the audience. That listens to us that. Here's this that watches that consumes this that might impact them. all it takes is impact. David meltzer my business mentor. Coach talks about frequency and that frequency. All it takes somebody telling that story. I mean the amount of guests that we have on so many times. I'm learning from the gas. And i'm trying to do my best to ask the questions that you the listener will most benefit from when in fact. It's the guests. That's helping me understand things that i'm struggling with my own eyes in my own trump and it's through those lessons and it's through those stories and it's asking those better questions that we get to the point where you know even with stover in. I the amount of work that i stover is the same amount of work that i'm asking eric on the operational side stover on the media side and it's like fuck. This guy doesn't stop sunrise. gratitude four. Am seven days a week. Like linda fucked you stop. Just relax already. But that's just who. I am and like who i am. I tried to help stover. And i tried to help eric. Sometimes i have to break sometimes. The only way for us to progress is for me to go. Listen i don't care if you send the perfect email to the guest afterwards. I just need it to happen. So send it with the link whether you think it's the sexiest email possible but then it's done it's off that list. You know that's a meltzer. do it. now don't do it now. Like i leave something in my inbox. I'm an inbox zero guy. If i don't respond to it like i just need. It responded to the adult remember. It was probably a podcast. Might have been a social media post but somewhere somebody said you know the amount of content that i'm putting out in the amount of digital messages that i'm responding to. I'm not taking the time to capitalize sentences. And i know how you do. Anything is how you do everything yet. I know that the microseconds all these microseconds of me. Capitalizing these words. Not only that but they understand exactly what i mean without me capitalize it that one thing. I never capitalize anything His head he's like yeah. I know you don't capitalize anything and somebody. That's the journalist and publisher drives him fucking and through the walls but nonetheless. I know that i can. My output can be more and it's all about output from the output in frequency. And that's some of the things that we hope that no you guys listening can can take away from this. Will the more that you put out the easier. It is for me to do my job which is to be a journalist Essentially on staff for a restaurant and we advocate that everybody has like content help for any business food because if you as a business owner and operator are on an instagram live you publish sad and it's talking about a new thing at the restaurant you don't have to call me up and say stover and tell me the exact same i can. You can say. Go watch my instagram video or better. Yet you'll send it to me. And then i'll understand so we can communicate through content as well so i'm observing you and everyone at the restaurant you know whatever the happenings are going on. And then i'm coming up with content and ideas based around what i observed happen without the frequency. The more you do the more. I can do because the more information i have the easier. It is for me to do my job producing barbeque media content so it it is a great. It is a great thing to work not more just smarter. Yeah because i don't. I'm not doing any more work and not unfeeling actually less stress out publishing more because it gets it off your plate so we started doing bonus episodes just like this. I mean regular listeners. Of the show. This is not unusual episode usually the co host. They're usually longer in the usually featured a conversation about digital hospitality. And not about us. But we also know it's important to speak to you the listener and give you more content if you want to choose to do. We live in on-demand content world. You don't have to listen to every episode but you can if you want to. That's correct. I mean we know perfectly well. It's you know. It's a constant reminder for me as somebody that consume from the mentors of mine that i've never met night continue to consume their content like tim fairest Has jerry springer on jerry springer jerry seinfeld springer within a different episode seinfield. Much better seinfeld. He brings jerry seinfeld. But it's like it's too. It's an hour and a half podcast long-form form interview. But then i remember why i liked. Tim ferriss the way that he asks. Questions the amount of work that he does that he gains the respect of jerry seinfeld where seinfeld's granting him an extra thirty minutes because he's enjoying the process of talking about his crap after his craft of writing writing comedy. But it's actually writing that he's talking about in tonnage and getting through all that shitty work like you have to be willing to do that street working at disciplined way. But it's like. I consume that content. And then i remember. Oh yeah. this is the things that we're trying to. We're trying to figure out the best way to interact with you. You listening to this podcast. You're the one you're the one that we care about. I mean we. We literally have nothing. If you don't listen if you don't share this you know we've had such incredibly year people that we respect and admire are telling their entire sales team. Hey digital hospitality. Gotta listen to the podcast telling their entire marketing team. Listen to this digital hospitality. Podcasts that means more to me than any amount of downloads any amount of subscribers any of it because that means the people you care like you care enough to know that we're giving you the content. That's helping you in your job in your profession in your life. Do something better. It's a big responsibility and we take it very seriously about we. Listen to a clip about repurposing content with your mentor. David meltzer at lunch now. This is from a coaching call. That you did the you asked. David anti meltzer if we could start repurposing. Coaching calls doing them. Live on the internet and you public coaching. My internal business. Coaching is done publicly on media for anyone. That's consuming digital hospitality contacts. I'm literally putting out the playbook to all of our business secrets. Because i hope that will help you build your business. There is an abundance in the world. there's not scarcity so that's one of the things that david teaches and we want to be good students. So we we listen and we We obliged by republishing that contact..

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"cali" Discussed on Digital Hospitality: A Cali BBQ Media Podcast

Digital Hospitality: A Cali BBQ Media Podcast

11:01 min | 2 months ago

"cali" Discussed on Digital Hospitality: A Cali BBQ Media Podcast

"In a million years that would happen but it happened and what we did is we pulled the article from eater or from union tribune. Wherever wherever we. I saw the breaking news and we posted it into all those different social platforms asking the question now. That cocktails are available. Should we sell cocktails so we could have sold cocktails whether we ask or not. But it's a way to check the pulse of the internet as a way to check the pulse of your customers. It's a way to check the pulse of the community. to see. are they engaged in this and turns out. They were very engaged in this. They want to support the bar. They wanna support the cocktails. They want to do something different fund and you need. That hadn't ever been done literally in california. No one has been able to buy cocktails to go until twenty twenty. When i first heard that this was happening and i thought it was like a dream because i'd never comprehended that. That would even be possible. I heard stories of people buying cocktails in new orleans at a drive and things like that. I've heard these tales thought it would be a product that a family run small restaurant would be able to jump into it just cocktails to go. I mean what a great revenue source and it turns out also a great safeway to give people alcohol. Rather than having them all congregate in one place. You can make a craft cocktail. You can make it fun. We call it an adult happy meal because it comes with a fishbowl. It ended up interrupt. You can take that home and enjoy it with you know another adult. You don't have to go somewhere to go to. Dr so tickle alcohol has been a salvation for many restaurants not just in san diego not just in california but all over the country and they're still changing laws. I say about i think when you get down to it gets back to the true entrepreneurial spirit of what it takes when you first opened up a business when you first opened up a restaurant i mean. I think that's probably one of the things that you know talking to. People that are restaurant consultants people that are in the restaurant business. Talk other owner operators. We have a lot of friends that are operators. it's very difficult once. You have an established business and established brand to earn it down to the bottom and go that we start again because you worked so hard to get that product launched and really the pandemic alcohol to go. Put us all back on square one where it's like well. We don't even have containers to sell the thing to go now. Where do we get containers. We don't have a label. We don't have a menu item. It's not on our on toast. Like how do we get. All these things done in literally takes a team effort on kelly barbecue media. We've been so lucky that we have the media side in the barbecue operational side. We have eric in e. n. stephen lisa gene. That are working so hard on location but then we also have stove. Bor and kyle erin and george that are helping us on the creative side create assets that are operational team can use Stover can you talk a little bit because it's important for people to understand how we have to get out of our own way to produce content at speed speed is so important and i think one of the biggest things now that we talk about content creation. We have incredible brands that we work with. Rising tides Aaron does incredible work. That sometimes we need things much faster than we can get on a turnaround time. Yeah i mean. I remember the day. It was april first on in april fools. Day is when we came up with tiger king. Growler cocktails go idea we. There was a text message. Exchange between eric the general manager you and me and i believe it was eric that mentioned tiger king cocktail and i watch that show and i knew that it was going to be even bigger than it. Was that week when that show came out. It was something that was destined to go viral and then the idea came to us data our what about a viral cocktail viral product. Something that can you can buy. It's tan and you can enjoy. It's about the thing that everyone's talking about. Not three months later. Not six months later but the same day that we are having that discussion there was a prototype. Cocktail with sticker printed out of the printer at the restaurant slapped on that. Drink the drink from what i hear. I have yet to taste it. Because i live in portland oregon. You can't Can't ship alcohol. I have a constant stream of barbecue sauce coming to move but no no alcohol but it. It's supposed to taste amazing. Because there's great mixologist. Kelly too so on top of leg a really cool look a viral thing. It's a great cocktail. So you know it's a home run product and can only really be created in that kind of content cycle that we've managed to do since then which is idea prototype and then refinement want something to happen we we put it out. We don't wave and part of the other part is bringing our community into the process. Yes though we also polled the same questions. Should we make gay tiger king cocktail so let our community in gauge with the content and be a part of the process so literally. They all voted. They all commented they all liked. Yes fuck yes may you. It will buy it will by ten and sure enough. They did and they dressed up like characters from the show. Carol baskin came no joke to the window full costume across the county to buy tiger king. Cocktail someone a Cocktails took them home and did a photo shoot with a big giant stuffed tiger by their pool. This is true. Ultra all sorts of things were happening with diet. It just inspired fun on top of you know i mean i guess what you take yourself back eight months from now. You're listening to this at the end of two thousand twenty. You remember how tough that time was being stuck at home for the first time for a lot of people You couldn't go to any stories you could. You couldn't shop. You couldn't see loved ones but what you could do is get takeout food and drinks so you have that little semblance of normal and happiness that you can bring home. And i think tiger king really resonated with people for that reason because it referenced. The era it came out in without having to say anything about twenty twenty. You know it really just sums up that era from me. When i when i think back years from now i'm going to remember. The tiger can cocktail made hundreds of others. That are based on other netflix. Shows zone app store or play a clip for you guys About the podcast as well as those that are watching on youtube We've made incredible connections part of another thing that we like to teaches. Osha internet moments in digital hospitality. Where literally you create connections collaborations with people that inspire you people that you admire people that are doing incredible things in the community and because of our performance how much we care about yell and how well we have a four and a half stars. Over two thousand three hundred reviews on yelp samantha. Monia and mike sours mike. Sours is the founder of forge clothing Former navy seal and samantha is the marketing manager for forged also a former marine the two of the most incredible people on earth. They came to the restaurant and they were at the restaurant because of yelp and they were tagging us in photos that they were taking instagram stories. They were taken at the restaurant I saw those photos. I thank them. I reposted them engaged with them and eventually we had them on digital hospitality and did incredible youtube video hiking up mother. Mount miguel and chula vista. We did a a shoot at the gun range. We talked about forge their brand. We've just become such close friends with people that are building in incredible company. I mean the amount of work that they do for veterans to get back just so inspiring and by creating those connections. People are compelled to do things for other people. We do things for them all the time. We participated in the murph challenge with murph video on youtube. That's one of our most popular videos. But they came out during this tiger king pandemic and they bought a tiger king and mike made a video and samantha made video. Actually so we're going to show you that video how to enjoy the tiger cocktail. Does my birthday deal at tally. Comfort barbecue a couple next here if you go to kelly comfort dot lead without a spy see tiger team brown. This is the best way to issue spicy tire. King at added into your kelly cover of visual visual alone. Is the big bird. This is the secret everybody pay attention to top it off take two lives. You're gonna make sure he gets them lined you sound. It's up to wait a little bit. You get your spicy saw here. Just put it right around the rim knicks. You wash your hands before you do this now. The most important bar re top it off with our little tiger floating tiger duck as today. Very funny if you're listening to the podcast. It's definitely worth checking out on you to mikey. And sam just produced epic epic content for forged. They just started a new instagram account. Called stormtroopers being basic which is absolutely phenomenal contents. But more importantly we we also want to give them a social shout every every week we want to highlight that are engaging with the show writing a review asking for help. I'm seeing if we can help with getting them. This launch a podcast helping them with strategic consulting with content creation how to know turn your zoom meeting into a blog Which you need your website. How to get a mobile first website all different things that hopefully we can help Different people out with and people have been reaching out but salmon Mikey especially they've just gone the extra mile to promote digital hospitality. The work that we're doing and we can't thank them enough. So i'm going to be sending them on my grandfather's book harvest the original. Og bulgarian mamba. He's the one that taught me digital storytelling before i even knew about digital storytelling and hope that you guys engaged with the show. Hopefully you get a book You get some slag. We also have some hats. We're gonna to give away but thank you for listening. Stay curious get involved nascar help..

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Mike Tyson vs. Roy Jones Jr.: What you need to know

Tha Boxing Voice

03:05 min | 3 months ago

Mike Tyson vs. Roy Jones Jr.: What you need to know

"Mike tyson versus roy jones rules concluding on further rules. And the fact that twelve ounce gloves will be used instead of ten. He stated the california state. Athletic commission approved the fight. They will have a ref. They're the referee overseeing the fight under are all normal. Fight professional rules with the exception but a few exceptions. That's the gloves. Like putting an extra kleenex between two trucks crashing. You know so. Basically they're talking about. The gloves is the only exception that these rules are under the state athletic commission and that there will be ref there from the state athletic commission as well. So i don't know a lot of confusion a lot back and forth and it's been fight weeks so i kinda wanna give meeting. Maybe his credit and say maybe he's right. You know. I know i know. He came out on one of these earliest shows that we did earlier this week and he said you know all this is just to drum up interest. I think it was when When the presale broke you know when when they initially Released a press. Release that mike. Tyson roy jones set the pay per view presell Broke the pay per views of presell record. I think that's what many say you know that this might be fake news Strategic put out there to build interest in sight. I don't know if that's true based off the attention that we get when we do. These shows on tyson. I think that tyson just brings them out definitely. Because he's a legend man. He's a legend. Any when i when you save them out. We're not just talking about boxing. Fans he brings out to the the the actresses actors the the entertainers. Everybody comes out. I don't care what walks alive. You know who. Mike tyson. Mike tyson is in the ring. You want to see it and you want to see if you know you can get there early to check out. Mike man this iron mike and roy roy jones junior. Mister flashy mr must. Y'all must've forgot. I don't know how these promoters Maybe they need to mow need us promoting because they dropping the ball on this one man. This is a huge huge. I told you everybody over. Forty on roy jones like this is what you said when you woke up from your net right you had it on your tv. It's all over my tv solo. My wife was showing looking advertising websites. Hard they got mad. Google banner ads on everything now. Obviously i only searched predominantly boxing. So maybe the i'm targeted you know. Because this technology has gotten to the level where they follow keywords and key stroke. So maybe it's it's it's specific to me because i'm already a boxing fan but i think that they're spending money on advertisement many doing a thing man.

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"cali" Discussed on Digital Hospitality: A Cali BBQ Media Podcast

Digital Hospitality: A Cali BBQ Media Podcast

03:26 min | 4 months ago

"cali" Discussed on Digital Hospitality: A Cali BBQ Media Podcast

"We teach you how to turn your business into media company We believe that in digital hospitality. Which is are running thesis that every business needs to be digital and every business needs to be in the hospitality business. What does that mean exactly. There's never been a time. Where so many offline businesses have not had a presence online and even the online businesses. Don't have the hospitality presence that they need so it's really exciting time and every single week we tried to bring on the best thought leaders. That are in personal. Coaching best thought leaders. That are in branding. The us thought leaders in media marketing sports entertainment authors. Basically anybody that we find through digital las metality That compels us that we think will help benefit you on your journey. Today's guest is dr justin moseley the mindset dr Very excited to have you on. Welcome to the show. Yes sean thanks for being here. I'm excited to be on your show for sure. Justin and i met through one of our most popular recent guests which was darrel. Stinson darrel stinson. He just dropped his book Which is ben doing phenomenal. It's climbing up the charts on the amazon athletes category. He's trying to pass tom brady. So if you're listening to this podcast you heard daryl's his story. Please go out and purchases book and help him get past. Tom brady but darryl introduced me to dr moseley justin and said hey you know. I think you guys should should talk. And i did. Some digital digital digging into who. Justin is the more that i found the more impressed. I am Somebody that's you know. From what i from what i've read and you can correct me but i'm you know someone that grew up in started working at a young age watching his father build a business helping him with that video production business but then deciding to get into a chiropractor on helps people. You built an incredible chiropractor business And then realized that that wasn't all to life and now you're doing personal. Coaching mindset coaching Really changing lives For all those listeners. That are listening at the end of this Give you a free invitation to Summit that i will be participating in that justin is organizing with Some of the best mindset minds out there so we're really excited for that. Welcome to the show and tell. Can you bring me back to when you were a boy. Because i think i don't talk about enough on the show but the more podcasts that i go on i start to talk about my grandfather in the the impact that he had on me. I never met my father. My grandfather was my father figure which was the greatest blessing but take me back to win when justin was a boy. And what you remember about just the idea of work and mindset. What what is your father. Your mother teach you. Yeah i really. I remember probably around eight years old like the each summer. I would go to work with my dad and he was an entrepreneur. He started his own video. Production company here in nashville. And i just remember how cool it was. Just sit there and watch him do his thing and it was cool. I grew up around the music industry. I was able to meet a lot of country. Music artists different celebrities. But really it was just seeing what he had built in. I remember even a young age..

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And the Winner is ...Democracy

The Brown Girls Guide to Politics

06:01 min | 4 months ago

And the Winner is ...Democracy

"So we are recording best the friday after the election so things haven't been called yet but we're pretty sure we're gonna know how this racist cali and it is going to lead to as heavy the first woman vice president and that will be a black related a woman and i have with the day here to talk about it to me. A wilson who is everything google her. I mean you're all going to hear about her in the intro that juliet. Thank you for joining me. How are you feeling. Because i got all the feelings. My champagne is a fridge chillan. I can't wait. I can't wait. I am elated. I think the only thing that is really holding me back. Like i'd always imagine that i'd be dancing in the streets when we got this news like i really are liberation celebration. I feel like. I need my liberation celebration. So my only sadness is about covid. Nineteen limiting the level of hype and party that this moment deserves. I'm so excited. I'm so excited to see. Kamala harris make history ads for women for black women for women of color for indian women and also just to have competent. Who have a heart in a people house and take our country back so important for me just throughout the campaign when vice hers bided president elect biden was just talking to people. This is just so refreshing and during that obeys where he walked right into the camera and spoke to people. I knew i had missed that by didn't know how no no now how much i have missed that. And i'm just looking forward to waking up every morning and not having to worry about what foolishness is donald trump going to do today. I'm just so excited. So i wearing my stacey. Abrams shirt today because she is the. Mvp and georgia everything that she has done. And i do wanna talk about the voters but first we gotta talk about how the fifty three percent as now fifty. Five percent the karens really care and in a extended their care majority like fifty five percent of white women voted for donald trump. This is not surprise. The not surprise at all that this is where we are so would love to hear from you when you saw the fifty five percent or you shot. What's going through your mind. I'm so sad that i expected this and i spent a lot of time. Kind of feeling level of guilt around expecting this and becoming numb to that level of betrayal that we as loan of color no expect and have experience again and again and just understanding that patriarchy is drug and white supremacy as a drug and so it's been rough to really think about how complicit the majority of white women are and their accomplices to this kind of terror their accomplices to having a lack of empathy for other marginalized people and not really seeing themselves in the reality of being marginalized people even despite what's happening on the supreme court even despite having multiple sexual predators on the supreme court and one in the white house so for me. It's it's really hard. I wrote a piece in twenty seventeen and the headline for it was. It's complicated. White women white men and white supremacy. And i have thought about it a lot and thought about this history from the plantations to now of the covenant Around how white supremacist. Patriarchy really needs. White women to continue to have it fueled. And that's the thing that i think. I have a lot of grief about that There despite them enduring all of the same kinds of misogynistic a reality Face around the world obviously with their privilege as a part of got They're still the idea that rejecting white supremacy is going to push them away from the privileges and power that they do have and it's easier to accept that to maintain what positioning they have over us. Who are not covered by. That are not protected by that. And so it's a little bit me. When i think about people who've defied bisque over fifty percent of people like heather hair or viola liu so those women were made martyrs that they dared to defy the white patriarchy in paid the price with their lives. So it's something. I think about quite a bit because i I have a sense of understanding. About how conditioning led to that and that by no means means that. I'm keeping for anyone but to say that they also really need to recognize that. That white supremacy patriarchy depends on them to go forth. And even richard spencer and the charlottesville the the language that they used around the invitation to charlottesville had language in it calling on white women. They recognized that. We need you to continue to serve your role for us to prosper. And for me as a black woman i think black men in a different power dynamic of a world where to do that i was stopped that right there because i'd be subordinate in it. But the fact that women are saying. I'll take those crumbs an order to still be over these other people. That's the part. That's still sits really painfully with me. In that we need white women to change it that this is not our job to facts but white women really need to come even harder for. There's

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And the Winner is ...Democracy

The Brown Girls Guide to Politics

06:02 min | 4 months ago

And the Winner is ...Democracy

"So we are recording best the friday after the election so things haven't been called yet but we're pretty sure we're gonna know how this racist cali and it is going to lead to as heavy the first woman vice president and that will be a black related a woman and i have with the day here to talk about it to me. A wilson who is everything google her. I mean you're all going to hear about her in the intro that juliet. Thank you for joining me. How are you feeling. Because i got all the feelings. My champagne is a fridge chillan. I can't wait. I can't wait. I am elated. I think the only thing that is really holding me back. Like i'd always imagine that i'd be dancing in the streets when we got this news like i really are liberation celebration. I feel like. I need my liberation celebration. So my only sadness is about covid. Nineteen limiting the level of hype and party that this moment deserves. I'm so excited. I'm so excited to see. Kamala harris make history ads for women for black women for women of color for indian women and also just to have competent. Who have a heart in a people house and take our country back so important for me just throughout the campaign when vice hers bided president elect biden was just talking to people. This is just so refreshing and during that obeys where he walked right into the camera and spoke to people. I knew i had missed that by didn't know how no no now how much i have missed that. And i'm just looking forward to waking up every morning and not having to worry about what foolishness is donald trump going to do today. I'm just so excited. So i wearing my stacey. Abrams shirt today because she is the. Mvp and georgia everything that she has done. And i do wanna talk about the voters but first we gotta talk about how the fifty three percent as now fifty. Five percent the karens really care and in a extended their care majority like fifty five percent of white women voted for donald trump. This is not surprise. The not surprise at all that this is where we are so would love to hear from you when you saw the fifty five percent or you shot. What's going through your mind. I'm so sad that i expected this and i spent a lot of time. Kind of feeling level of guilt around expecting this and becoming numb to that level of betrayal that we as loan of color no expect and have experience again and again and just understanding that patriarchy is drug and white supremacy as a drug and so it's been rough to really think about how complicit the majority of white women are and their accomplices to this kind of terror their accomplices to having a lack of empathy for other marginalized people and not really seeing themselves in the reality of being marginalized people even despite what's happening on the supreme court even despite having multiple sexual predators on the supreme court and one in the white house so for me. It's it's really hard. I wrote a piece in twenty seventeen and the headline for it was. It's complicated. White women white men and white supremacy. And i have thought about it a lot and thought about this history from the plantations to now of the covenant Around how white supremacist. Patriarchy really needs. White women to continue to have it fueled. And that's the thing that i think. I have a lot of grief about that There despite them enduring all of the same kinds of misogynistic a reality Face around the world obviously with their privilege as a part of got They're still the idea that rejecting white supremacy is going to push them away from the privileges and power that they do have and it's easier to accept that to maintain what positioning they have over us. Who are not covered by. That are not protected by that. And so it's a little bit me. When i think about people who've defied bisque over fifty percent of people like heather hair or viola liu so those women were made martyrs that they dared to defy the white patriarchy in paid the price with their lives. So it's something. I think about quite a bit because i I have a sense of understanding. About how conditioning led to that and that by no means means that. I'm keeping for anyone but to say that they also really need to recognize that. That white supremacy patriarchy depends on them to go forth. And even richard spencer and the charlottesville the the language that they used around the invitation to charlottesville had language in it calling on white women. They recognized that. We need you to continue to serve your role for us to prosper. And for me as a black woman i think black men in a different power dynamic of a world where to do that i was stopped that right there because i'd be subordinate in it. But the fact that women are saying. I'll take those crumbs an order to still be over these other people. That's the part. That's still sits really painfully with me. In that we need white women to change it that this is not our job to facts but white women really need to come even harder for. There's

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"cali" Discussed on Digital Hospitality: A Cali BBQ Media Podcast

Digital Hospitality: A Cali BBQ Media Podcast

05:07 min | 4 months ago

"cali" Discussed on Digital Hospitality: A Cali BBQ Media Podcast

"I think I think one of the most important things is really who you surround yourself with And i think you know the more that i personally started listening to podcasts. I mean as a restaurant were we. We have five million things to do. We have five million responsibilities. And you know the listening to podcasts. Like gary vein or check. The gary v experienced tim ferriss on trade leadership. Donald miller story brand Your podcast i mean by the way. It's an incredible like it's incredibly humbling in the an honor to be listed amongst those podcasts. That you share. What's what's important eric. What what you've done is you've gone all in to give back to restaurant tours and were the most busy people the most eclectic people but we love what we do and we just don't have time and that's the the gift of podcast and the gift of sharing stories. Is that through those stories. I could listen to somebody that owns a restaurant in australia. That might say something that can change the course of of my company forever. It's so powerful. But i didn't mean to take that onto myself. Thank you for putting me on that level of i thinking about it. I think it's important for people to understand the commitment that you've made to the restaurant industry because to publish a podcast which i know well of now having done one hundred six episodes. I mean a weekly podcast. I didn't know where to start. I didn't know how to book book interviews. I didn't know how to publish on the. It was all part of that journey and that journey has led me to create other relationships with other restaurant tours with other people that are in sports media that are in media. In general there are people that are doing incredible things in nonprofits and san diego It's allowed us to have a voice in san diego barbecue. We won an award for best audio series at the national barbecue association. Where.

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"cali" Discussed on Digital Hospitality: A Cali BBQ Media Podcast

Digital Hospitality: A Cali BBQ Media Podcast

05:20 min | 5 months ago

"cali" Discussed on Digital Hospitality: A Cali BBQ Media Podcast

"Coaching call with my mentor David Meltzer and two of his business partners David Moreno and Mike mamula. We are talking about storytelling and the power of curiosity. I hope you enjoy the podcast episode. If you have any questions, please reach out on social at Sean wall chest or hit me up on email Sean at Cali BBQ. Media. Thank you for listening. Stay curious get involved and ask for help. This is your session my friend. I got three great coaches here. We want to run over whatever you need to go. So you start nailing us with questions will start feeding you with answers and have a great conversation if that sounds fair sounds fantastic. I'm I'm actually very curious about storytelling curiosity and access. So I am here now in the village my my my wife's Village that she grew up in in Bulgaria my grandfather. He was born in nineteen nineteen and a village also in Bulgaria. There was an American that came off the same as Dr. Haskell and he actually came and set up a school in my grandfather's Village and it was because of his love of children and education that gave my grandfather. This is just this curiosity to learn that Curiosity to learn allowed him to read every single book in the village. You read every book in that Village went to another Village and it really changed the trajectory of our dog. Fire family history. I'm curious for both actually everyone on this call. Where in your life in your heritage or even before somebody that may have passed. Where where is that Curiosity come down through the lines through the Bloodlines for you for sure. Let me let me take this off how people just as a coach because you know, I teach lessons and stories, right? We had Sheree on the the mother of all coaching and she was talking about life's about lessons the lessons keep on coming to learn them the result in pain. If you haven't learned them paying the indicator not the stop sign to push you in a better Direction. The best thing about lessons is we're going to forget every lesson we've ever learned Thursday. We have the ability to access them. The nice thing about those lessons is their best taught by stories Mile and two-mile Angelou said, it's not what we say..

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"cali" Discussed on Digital Hospitality: A Cali BBQ Media Podcast

Digital Hospitality: A Cali BBQ Media Podcast

01:41 min | 5 months ago

"cali" Discussed on Digital Hospitality: A Cali BBQ Media Podcast

"It's not good enough like these. Two similar to what's out there like it's not good enough rate just kind of raising the bar challenging the status quo that something we always do. Know in even like fast forward three years. Jones. Come close to our calendar. We. Make small improvements to it. Every year, but it is known to the industry. We're about to launch a brand new concept around it over the next couple years and. Is. Again. Pushed the competition so far back because we learned so much about what works.

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"cali" Discussed on Digital Hospitality: A Cali BBQ Media Podcast

Digital Hospitality: A Cali BBQ Media Podcast

05:27 min | 6 months ago

"cali" Discussed on Digital Hospitality: A Cali BBQ Media Podcast

"Everyone needs help and the best companies in the best people are willing to ask for. And accept. Is that. And that's the exciting part is that there's companies that are tech companies literally that are building the foundations of the tools that were asking for that these companies like slack like yelp like toast were literally using them to fuel our business, which means we're going to recommend them to other people that are in our business or other businesses that we think that they could benefit from but the better the company, the more humble they are to know that maybe they don't do marketing as well or maybe they don't do this as well, and if they're willing to ask a single unit, Barbecue Barbecue Media Company. You know then you know we're onto something I. We. Always like to think that things can't change and I would argue that the more that we as a community those that listen to this podcast reach out we share stories. We have so many people that have touched us from all over the globe sending US DM's about listening to the show or how you know certain guests resonated with them, Sam the cooking guy you know telling the story of how he? Didn't want to open up a restaurant and he opened up restaurant or how he quit his job. He was sitting in his parking lot of this commercial real estate job just said fuck it. I'm not going to do this anymore I'm not gonNA. Do I'm not gonNa live this life that I don't WanNa live I'm going to go do something I want to do and did it happen overnight? No, it didn't. Sam Two million followers on Youtube and I would argue that you know by twenty twenty five he's going to have ten million if not fifty. It's nowhere close to where it is because people are coming online all the time. You know and people are finding compelling content that they WANNA follow. Do. You have any parting words of wisdom or advice for Anybody that. You know they're they're just not sure what's their? What's their get involved call to action from Stover? What's their for your business and your name online right now? Just, turn off the podcast near the end. Anyway, search for your name Sir Tree Your Business and see what you find. Are you happy with what you find on page one..

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Kelly Clarkson says life's 'been a little bit of a dumpster' since filing for divorce

Jason and Alexis

00:59 min | 6 months ago

Kelly Clarkson says life's 'been a little bit of a dumpster' since filing for divorce

"Kelly Clarkson says it. Her world right now is a bit of a dumpster because of her divorce. You know, she filed for divorce from her husband, Brandon Blackstock in June, she says, it's no secret. My life has been a little bit of a dumpster. Personally, It's been a little hard the last couple of months. I've been talking to friends that have been through a divorce. I don't know how people go through that without having some kind of outlet because it's the worst thing ever. For everyone involved. So even know she didn't even know she won an Emmy. I mean, Oh, really, Phyllis, but she didn't even her. She is so out of sorts, understandably. She had to be told. She didn't even realize she won the Emmy for best talk show host. Bless her heart. And I mean that sincerely, I mean, because I love her. So that's how that's how out of sorts and kind of wack a doodle her life is right now. I feel awful. I love Cali, Clarkson. I do. Yeah, She's very sweet.

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Libya's Tripoli-based gov suspends minister after shooting

The California Report Magazine

00:50 sec | 6 months ago

Libya's Tripoli-based gov suspends minister after shooting

"The internationally recognized government in Libya has suspended its interior minister alleging he mishandled street protests This week. Saga who has a power base in the port city of Misrata had promised to rein in militia gunmen who'd fired indiscriminately on protesters in Tripoli. Charles have learned reports. The other main fault line in Libya is between the internationally recognized government or DNA on the forces of Cali for Haftar. They're also split within the eh. The suspension of the interior minister, Fatty Ashikaga reflects these tensions. On several recent days, Tripoli residents have demonstrated against economic hardships and called for prime minister. Fires surround to quit. Mr. Bashara had denounced militia men what he called a gang of thugs for attacking and even kidnapping. The protesters. He's now being suspended on will face an investigation.

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Dallas - Tarrant County COVID-19 Caseload More Than Doubles Overnight

KRLD News, Weather and Traffic

00:26 sec | 1 year ago

Dallas - Tarrant County COVID-19 Caseload More Than Doubles Overnight

"The Tarrant county health department is reporting ten new cases of corona virus that brings the total there to nineteen including the Arlington man who died Sunday the new positive cases are in fort worth intense Southlake north Richland hills Mansfield Cali bill Ben broke white settlement and Watauga they are investigating but now know some of the cases are travel

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Meet Alice Ball, Unsung Pioneer In Leprosy Treatment

Science Friday

04:08 min | 1 year ago

Meet Alice Ball, Unsung Pioneer In Leprosy Treatment

"Picture the world of chemical research through about nineteen ten I'm guessing that a young African American woman probably is not a big part of that mental picture right well she should be Alice ball was a chemist to develop the most effective treatment for leprosy in the early nineteen hundreds joining me now to talk about the story of Alice Paul and her legacy is doc my way of Bubba he's director of the ball method a short film about Alice Paul will be making its world premiere next week at the pan African Film Festival in Los Angeles bringing Alice ball out of the shadows of hidden figures full disclosure the film received a grant from for its development from the Sloan foundation that's also a contributor to science Friday that Miley joins us from Skype welcome to science Friday hi are things are going to have the let's start with the capsule summary who who was Alice Paul give us a little bit of thumbnail profile there yeah so ball with the American woman born in eighteen ninety two middle upper class family and she attended the university of Washington and graduated was two masters the two bachelor degree in pharmacy and after that she went to the university of Hawaii which used to be called the college of Hawaii back then and became the first woman to graduate with a master's degree in chemistry and then also end up being an instructor there as well how did she get so focused on helping people with leprosy well started with her teeth on my master's thesis and doctor here at home and who is an assistant surgeon and Kelly hospital where they should take care of patients is that Percy he rendered the service and he saw that the method does she was using on the copper plant on her thesis was could be helping could help them get injectable solution that you're looking for what do the leprosy patients family thing idea they have this plant and it sort of worked a little bit but not very well and she helped to start look for an injectable solution yes they used to apply it as the lotion colors but I wasn't very effective and then they tried giving it or leave but that would also make patients vomit and so document I knew that injectable solution was the key but the problem is that the term group or wasn't so you work wasn't been able to take by the human body so can somebody to help them to accomplish that because in those days if you had leprosy or dead person walking right you were yeah exactly when Alan yeah and so the Alice Paul work with people before they were sent off to this quarantine yes she she started working on it the summer of twenty nineteen fifteen and what happened was patients will get sent to Cali hospital stay there ranging from two weeks to a month and then when they were doing that they're not going to get better they'll get sent to the small island called Molokai where is that Saddam when called Kalaupapa and that settlement actually still has a lot of patience on it today SO you chronicle in the book how she sort of stumbled on the answer to making the injectable solution how how close is that to the truth I mean I know you have literary license and writing a plot for a movie but we were you able to find out what really happened yes right I think one of the current process of for her to find it was leading the that some good acid best thing called for overnight and so that was one of the things that I could show visually in the phone without getting too deep into the chemistry so that's basically what I had I was trying to connect and in fact we have a to give a little peek people it's a little taste of the film we have a that pivotal scene in which he has a flash of insight

Mayor Max the golden retriever brings California town together

Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

00:58 sec | 1 year ago

Mayor Max the golden retriever brings California town together

"A small town in Cali for ya has Apotheke mayor bad puns here CVS of Marilla Maria Mariah I should say Valerie out with the story as candidates await the final results in Iowa mayor Max knows exactly where he stands with voters in Idyllwild California Max is a golden retriever my favorite holiday he's won three consecutive elections in this small picturesque town if it's a black tie event he has a bunch of black guys formulas Mueller Max's chief of staff runs and funds the mayor's office out of our house thank god she's like immortalize idle while doesn't have a local government so residents here elect a ceremonial mayor started this even become a thing our animal rescue group came up with the idea to have it be a fundraiser where you pay the dollar vote the only time that you can actually buy analyzer right

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"cali" Discussed on Digital Hospitality: A Cali BBQ Media Podcast

Digital Hospitality: A Cali BBQ Media Podcast

11:47 min | 1 year ago

"cali" Discussed on Digital Hospitality: A Cali BBQ Media Podcast

"Leave that day feeling unfulfilled and it can kind of take away one of the Nice things out here. Is You really really. Don't run experience. I mean you might be rooting for certain Golfer but very rarely are you going to be so connected to that individual that them not being the eventual champion is somehow going to put a damper on. What a wonderful day you have? I never thought of it. But that's true. That's kind of the same way in tennis. But I guess in Tennessee more committed to a certain player but in golf definitely. Finally you have a field of players and you're just more interested in the storylines storyline. And you WanNa you WANNA great ending storyline great ending great competition degree experience. Yeah what what we can control is so much greater again views the sidelines of food. That drink even little things that people don't think about with outdoor events but restrooms most important topics quality of a restroom especially to a lot of our female guests as we all know if the female guest attends can add to the experience for the male guest. Everyone wins but often overlooked. It's an outdoor overlooked. We have season ticket holders for the chargers and when we're tailgating and qualcomm with three hundred people we got to the point where we personally bought are brought rented our own restroom for the women coming to the tailgate because it is that important absolutely something we overlooked before coming here and one of those odd things when you talk about Fiscal responsibility of us as a nonprofit and investing in things when you start talking to a board about the need to invest in nicer restrooms. And and they're not as close to that To understand the difference it can make. But we've done that in overtime. You see the feedback from guests well received. It's such an important part of your business back to experience it. It doesn't always lead the list and for those of us who had experienced brick and mortar facilities. You don't even think about it. Correct you come out here. It's really an essential part of what we do. Well let's go see what else yes What else the course has an offer today? So all the All the manicuring. That's getting done. The course that's all done by the staff the toward pint staff of the city. We're not allowed to touch. Uh Any Grass work tree work excetera because it's city municipal very controlled so are they advised by the PGA a as to what the standard is for that. Grammy comes in their head. Agronomy team will come in the king's Agronomy PG tour has an agronomy and competitions department that we'll come in in advance and check in throughout the year. About course conditions A lot of their team in earnest got on site yesterday. And they'll be doing course tours. They'll talk about mowing coming and lines and watering and saturation and It's a lot more technical. The new right trying to keep our front yard together. They're they're looking at things at a whole `nother level. Yes but as their advising. They're not actually doing. They're advising strong advisement to if you plan to Have their competition at your place. You have agronomic standards that we've got to live up to the the media was right behind their when we did the catering. Yes we've out by one. We've moved to buy one that make sense since you were here. We've grown quite a the media should be my whole one which is also next. The whole eight eighteen Yeah they want to be much. More logistically makes more sense We've got the grease fan area. We've got so sweetie sponsors that are partners with farmers insurance open are they also partners with PGA or how does that relationship it's a lot like The Professional League does he will have some people who in the PGA world or called ONP's official Israel marketing partners. Okay and they'll be like a league sponsor just like you'd see in the NFL or be they'll start through the league and they'll choose to work with some teams I know MP would choose to work with some events but when their league sponsor tour sponsor it has no direct impact on us. If there with coq we can work with Pepsi. Yep If there with budweiser however When they do work with the League you know they have an affinity for golf And we'll do so. They're often great prospects to get started talking to And many times in our space outdoor event they'll have different Things that they can bring to our event to add value to it because they've invested in things they move from event to event it. Okay Ray Goose. Here's a great example. We'll show you later. They bring a very nice interior. Build out and build a whole kind of Papa Bar. That's a great addition Up here we're going to be putting ended budweiser. You mentioned the builder bars. There's up yet. We can walk up here so we four or giant semis. Okay the Semis. Actually full down on all sides. TV's Barstools and turn into these giant portable bars they're oblast. They're great as a sponsor sponsor of the tour Dave invested in these and they'll drive them around tournament to tournament so when you partner with them. You're not only getting kind of the traditional sponsorship you're getting to use some of those assets at your own event correct so over the coming days here at the end we'll start loading those assets in place and you'll see a nice course build out but it's amazing over the next five days days when those last things all kind of drop in and come into play you'll see the whole course kind of transform. We call it lipstick day around here. Okay yeah what's lipstick It's a little like you know being Tuesday's really. The True Lipsticks Tournament Week. Tuesday yes because You know as As as a females getting ready plan the outfit you get dressed up you put on your makeup you do everything the last thing you do and it brings it. All together is in front of the mirror. Put that lipstick on building a house. It takes a long time to build it. And there's so much foundational work in everything but that that last stretch where you really put the finishing gnashing pieces in place. That's where it comes together and makes it look really beautiful. That's here we've got a lot of tenting and flooring and power and railing and things that take us months to do we start. Start this build November I It's really infrastructure infrastructure. Is this infrastructure that you guys own that you guys rent- rented you rent so you have partnerships because as you got to have people that understand what's going on here it's A. It's a big deal the permitting and the things that go along with structures that'll hold. This safety will absolutely It's a lot to think about. And so you WANNA work. Aba Understand all of these topics and have quality equipment. Yeah you we owe our fans to have a very clean and finish. Look so we're still working on. How all of that gets finished out and that comes together over the next few days as they really tighten things up and then those last groups come in and they bring in the furniture and there are a caterer bring their tables and they the tablecloth and they laid out and make everything with pretty at the end? The bill bars get into place opened up and suddenly so you see it all come together in these last couple days and even what. We'll see here today while it does look nice to come a couple of days from now and see what's in place. We'll just blow your mind to see how far it comes these these last few days. There's a lot of those things don't take long to do or to dress up. It's really the infrastructure and these other things as you talk about levelling out buildings and putting putting down flooring and carpets and rails railings and everything that goes with it. That's the stuff that really takes a great deal of time it. Yeah it's the Cherry on top for us we we bring out the peach cobbler and the the last thing that goes on is the chariots instagram. It's it's what you make the law. It's not the law tastes the decoration. Correct it takes us three months to build it in another month and a half to take it all down so think of it as a four day event is definitely a calendar of calendar year. Yep and I mean you take not just how long it takes to build that We need to know how much building your build too much kills us cost too much if you don't build enough. My sales teams not not given the chance to maximum innovation. Space right so you've got three months to build all that had put on a truck and moved out here and plan so that's two weeks earlier earlier and then the permitting in advance of that so four months out we have to know pretty much what we're building and how much of it so your sales team has spent their time before that on their process of trying trying to determine how the sales deck too that says that. Oh yeah part of your sponsorship is that you'll be on this map absolutely if you don't if you don't give us money before this map is made you losing losing that opportunity to get a hard deadline. There's a lot we've got to think about so also last. I think it was. It was either last year two years ago. Close friend Northwestern mutual ritual. They had a sweet up here and able to come up tigers in that tournament that year but we had a good tiger roar on On on this whole I'm not sure which holds is but yeah so we're behind fifteen right now and this is when we came to the event and saw an opportunity to add more we wanted to create Orissa's massive surreal fan zone. Yeah this is like massive so the giant double decker build a bar we build the floor around. It will actually get dropped right into here. So you'll see a double double decker with music from it. Taps on all sides put in or is this concrete concrete exists so we work around it beautiful pad signature food and drink partners in here. Harris is actually. They named the city there in funner. Yes and we call this blunder and fifteen so we have our post party here. Dj's Friday Friday night. Saturday night after. Play that you come out here But this backs up to our Cabanas and the fringe the fringe by Harrah's is another thing. We wanted kind of a a balanced between the corporate hospitality and the general grounds ticket and the fringe Kinda like that high energy sports bar by get into a tent. It's not an inclusive area. But it's got unique the food and drink offerings little. More energy than Harris comes in dresses it up and makes it really that Kinda aspirational step up from general grounds ticket up. How do I get in there? And how do I have that kind of elevated experience without going all the way up to that's kind of what this represents so awesome so we can walk in. What's in there though? Another great lipstick example. Will there I I sell an email today bringing all kinds of stuff to dress this area up. Yeah out here. They're gonNA bring giant Bar Games and things giant JANGE and and how. How long have they been a partner? about five years five years and is it a year to year partnership or do do multi years. What's great is they liked to get together and talk about how to raise it to a next level we've done speakeasy with them? We've done some other unique accusations you can see. They're starting to put some of their stuff up here now. Yeah yeah this just scratches the surface of what they eventually do here Totally dressed up and again furniture's out sessions or happening you've got the ocean and views unbelievable. You've got the Gulf us it's it's really spectacular. D- what's getting built over there is that UCSD How far out are you? uh-huh yeah about six billion going into the campus. That's it for the next couple of years. So yeah the fans. They're growing quickly. She's Over on this side or cabanas again as we looked between a traditional sweet and something that represented a little bit more casual the environment while still being upgraded. I think we all have a kind of magic association with the Term Command represent. It's kind of this indoor outdoor food food and Cabana type furniture will get loaded in here so again as you You see the transformation in this area over the next few days you get in that kind of high end bitchy furniture. Sure back here will decorate the fronts. Set up the bars everything in place. You've got great views to look across the ocean..

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The Shortest War in History

Brief History Podcast

10:54 min | 1 year ago

The Shortest War in History

"Anglo signs above all the Woolworth's four as a military conflict between the United Kingdom on Zanzibar Sorta on twenty seven August eighteen ninety six. The conflict lasted between thirty to forty five minutes making it the shortest what is recorded war in history. The immediate coast. The wool was the death of the pro. British Sultan Hamad bin to me on the twenty fifth of August eighteen. Eighteen Ninety six on subsequent secession of Sautin Khalid bin Gosh. British authorities preferred Ahmad Bin Muhammad. Hamad who is more favorable to proceed interest as salter in accordance with the treaty signed in one thousand nine hundred six a condition for attention to this alternate wisdom candidate obtained permission the British Council and could lead had not fulfilled about requirement Britches considered this causes belly incentive took him to Cali demanding that the orders forces to stand down and leaked policy in response Calico up his palace guards on barricaded Adams off into the Polish ultimatum. Expired at nine hundred hours east are Qatar on twenty. Four twenty seven Volgas by which the British covered three cruisers to Gumbo hundred fifty marines and sites and nine hundred tons of barriers in the Halbe Oughta area the royal naval contingent was combined. The Real Admiral Harry Rosen on the pro Anglo sounds of Bari were commanded by brigadier the General. Lloyd Mathews of Designs Army. He was also the first minister. Sons Bob around chief thousand eight hundred Sabbari's defending the police. Most were recruited from civil population. They also include the Salton Policy Guard and several hundred servants and slaves defendants taught. Several military. Are Pieces machine guns which were set in French. Police cited on the British ships. Bombardment opened fire knowing how to set a pass on flat. Disabled the defendant auditory a small naval action took place with the British cinquieme Zanzibari reward your hate hate s Glasgow into similar vessels and some shots were fired ineffectively the purchase ends Bari troops as they approached the potus notice. The flag at the policy shop down and fire ceased at nine forty four sustained roughly five hundred casualties with only when British cellular So to college received asylum in German consulate before escaping German east Africa which is in the mainland Pau halt present day Tanzania Bush's quickly placed Salton not in power at the head of the puppet government Walmart the end that his bosso tonight as a sovereign state and the start of the period of heavy British influence. Sons Ball was violent country in the Indian Ian Ocean off the coast of tiny today which form parts of Tanzania the main island beat under normal control the Sultan of Oman sixty nine when they expelled. The Portuguese settlers claimed it in fourteen. Ninety nine so tom you've been declared the island independent of Amman in Eighteen fifty-eight which is recognized by Great Britain and spent the cell to that from that of a lamb. Bog has been the second soaked collapse. Father had been forced by British ultimatum. A threat to blockade okay to voice. The slave trade in June eighteen. Seventy three those later discovered the instructions from London would have prohibited aggressive action being taken me too late if the automation had been rejected the subsequent starfish that capital and seat of government sons about town where policy complex was built on the front by eighteen. Ninety six this consistent policies self the unattached Harim on the better by job. House of Wendy's a ceremonial policies. Be the first building in the East Africa to find electric to the complex flex was mostly constructive of local timber. There was not designed as defensive structure. All three main buildings were adjacent to one another in a line and linked bog log. Wooden covered bridges above street heights written had recognized the sovereignty and sultan in eighteen eighty six after a long period fron. The interaction in January maintain good relations with the country and it so turns however Germany was also interested needed east Africa and the two powers for control over trade rights on the territory in the area throughout the late nineteenth century. Sultan Khalifa at granted rights landed Kenya to Britain. And that's Taneeka to Germany. A process resulting. In the Prohibition of slavery in those loans on so many of the Arabs ruling classes will accept by the interruption divine trait which results in seven in addition the German authorities overseas in Taneeka refused to fly. The flag is under bar which led to on clashes seen German cheaters on the local population one. Such conflict in Tanga claimed the lives at twenty hours so typically fastened sounds Bari troops led by Brigadier General Lord Matthews the the former Latin the Royal Navy to restore order in Taneeka operation was largely successful the anti German feeding Sabari people remain strong. Further conflicts erupted at Bega may up one hundred fifty natives killed by German military forces. All SES Cat wets where German officials as servants would moded Khalifa. Them grunted extensive try rights to the imperial. They were British Engineering Company. A German assistance run a naval blockade to hold the continuing domestic slave trade upon Khalifa. Leave his death in. Eighteen ninety out been sad ascended to so to so to Ali domestic slave trade but not slave ownership declared signs a ball Bush's protect your an appointed. Lloyd Mathews First Minister to lead his cabinet. Britches will also guaranteed a veto detail of the future. Appointment of Sautin's the year of Alyssa session also saw disarmament Egeland Zanzibar treaty between Britain tune in Germany. This treaty efficient efficiency the marketed the spheres of interest in east Africa and they see the gym writes support to the United Kingdom. This granted the British government Evenson sums above which they intended to use to eradicate the slave trade and that an object to they had how'd as early as eighteen o four so obvious successor was her not told me he became salt in eighteen. Ninety three hammock maintain a close relationship with the British but that was the sentiment his subjects of the increase in riches control of the country. The british-led Army in operation of the venue voluble train to control. Oh descent the British authorities authorized the sultan to raise the bar policy. Kabbadi Carter thousands of men but these treats was soon involved in clashes with the purchased leads. Police complaints about the Baltic calls activities will also receive from European residents in Zanzibar town so awesome Sultan Hamad died suddenly at eleven forty East African time on the twenty fifth bowl. 1896 is twenty nine year Rhode Nephew Khalid Bin Burger Gash was also expected by some of his assassination moved into the complex Zanzibar time without the British approval in contravention of the treaty. Agreed Volley the British government preferred. It'll turn to come there about Bin. Muhammad which more favorably disposed towards them colleague was wound by the Council and diplomatic agents on Ball Basil K.. General Matthews to think Catholic about his actions. This course of action had proved successful three years earlier when Khalid had tried to claim the suit now after the death of Ali and the British Consul General Renou right have displayed to them of the dangers of such action colleague nor caves warning and his forces mastering in the Palace Square under combined Captain Saleh of the bodyguard by the end of the day. A number two thousand eight hundred men onto rifles muskets the majority. RT civilian civilians. The force included seven hundred. Son's bar scurry soldiers who sided with the Celtics artillery which consists is a several maxim machine. Guns gutting good a seventeenth century bronze kind of and two twelve pounder field. Guns were aimed at the British ships in the harbour. The twelve pounders had been presented by Sorta by William Will Hound the second the German emperor the Sultan Straits shapes also took possession Zanzibari Navy which consists of wooden sleep. The higest has built a royal yacht for the sultan in in eighteen. Seventy eight based on the British figgy Glasgow. Mathewson cave also began to muster forces already commanded nine hundred Zanzibari. Rei Scars on the left. Hand Author Edward Harrington Rakes of the Wiltshire Regiment who was coming to the Zanzibari Army. And how the rank regular general hadn't fifty soldiers Marines sailors marines were landed from the pro class protected. Cruiser Ella the mouths of the gunboat thrush which were anchored in the harbour the navy contingent commanded Captain O'Callaghan came ashore within fifty eighteen minutes of being requested deal with any rioting calls for the general population. A smaller contingents of sailors under left ten watts of thrush rush was put to show to call the richest consular where British civilians were request Galveston protection

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6-year-old raising money to fight wildfires in Australia

Jay Talking

00:40 sec | 1 year ago

6-year-old raising money to fight wildfires in Australia

"One researcher started by a young boy in the south shore has exceeded his family's expectations he's raising money to help treat koalas another creatures injured in the wild fires in Australia WBZ's can Tunnicliffe with the update his goal five thousand dollars but six year old in Cali has now raised over fifty thousand to help animals threatened by the Australian wildfires Aline has been making small clay koalas and selling them on his go fund me page called Owens Australian creature rescue he says it's a very fulfilling work thank you again watching TV the money raised goes to an Aussie volunteer group called wildlife

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Colorado Avalanche lose in overtime to the Penguins

The KDKA Radio Morning News with Larry Richert and John Shumway

00:37 sec | 1 year ago

Colorado Avalanche lose in overtime to the Penguins

"Was our Colorado on Friday sounds like Sidney Crosby's getting close after going on the ice actually a couple of times yesterday for Sally just to give him sufficient workload that he needs to prepare so he has some one on one time with tie in Cali and the injured guys some and then he had some time with the team and if you said just initials also skated yesterday morning we'll see what today's practice springs let's hang and Shari name to the metro division all star team after firing coach Peter Laviolette natural hire John Heinz he was fired by New Jersey just a month ago kinds also a former coach that will spare

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Cyber Weekend, Boeing's Big Month, Boomers and Billionaires

Squawk Pod

06:48 min | 1 year ago

Cyber Weekend, Boeing's Big Month, Boomers and Billionaires

"Good morning. Welcome to Squawk box here on. CNBC we are live from the Nasdaq market site in Times Square. I'm becky quick. Along with Joe Kernan. Andrew is off today. But we've got Tom Farley. He's the CEO of far point acquisition group. He's he's also former president of the NYSE and of course CNBC contributor and Thomas. Great to see you good morning. Thanks for being here today. Arrested after the holiday we can ready to go get another all time. Record the stock markets today the first trading day of the month of December November was a very strong month for stocks even though he did see some declines on on Friday on black. Friday you're looking at the best returns. We saw Since June for all the major averages also last week again you did see some big gains to right now. The Dow and the Nasdaq are still less than one. The two percent of their intraday highs With these today you're going to see them challenge in that as Tom mentioned although I also remember last the first the first trading day of December last year So much fun I still. There's still some some nightmares about with scars for leftover from that first up today. The holiday shopping season is in full swing online spending on black Friday. The day after Thanksgiving hit a record five point four billion dollars according to initial reports from eighty of the top one hundred. US online retailers will. The spend trend continued today. Here's Joe Kernan with CNBC retail reporter. Courtney Reagan joining Squawk box from Pat Walmart fulfillment center in Pennsylvania. Cyber Monday courtney a year at a wall they ask you to to push anything around and grab some stuff. The shelves yet you're in Bethlehem fulfillment center. I don't I don't think I can I. It looks it. Looks like everything behind me is very random but it's done like very purposefully You'll see cat food next to a frozen toy and that's done on purpose. I'm not allowed to touch anything because I'M GONNA screw up the system but this is just one of Walmart six film I'm at campuses around the country. That's going to be fulfilling those online orders today on this cyber Monday and also potentially some of those orders from over the weekend. They're still coming in today. The National Retail Federation things sixty nine million Americans will shop. Even though we set records on Thanksgiving and on Black Friday online today is also expected to be a record day online with sales up about nineteen percent hitting nine point. Four billion dollars if that happens here in this country will be the biggest day of the year and also the biggest day ever in the United States for online shopping but just like black Friday. The timing has sort of shifted here for cyber Monday so remember and the older days. We didn't necessarily surly have high speed Internet at home or a computer that had access to it new shopped. Once you've got to work for cyber Monday so the peaks were in the morning or maybe even midday around lunch not anymore more today the peak is expected for cyber Monday peak volume to happen much later tonight between seven and eleven. PM Pacific Time so that is a big the difference that has been happening over the years to even with the online shopping now. Deliver is a company that helps third party merchants fulfil their order so they work with Virgin Walmart Walmart Dot COM ebay shop affi- they said on black Friday that their average daily volume was up three point seven times compared to a normal recent Friday and that was higher than last black Friday when their volume was three times as heavy. So we'll see if that continues for even the third party merchants on some of these platforms here today in store getting some preliminary results shop. RETRACT SAYS THANKSGIVING TRAFFIC IN STORE was up about two percent but that black Friday in store traffic was down about route six percent. So that evens out to about down three percent over those two days at least the preliminary numbers are showing like we said record online. So far still shaping up to to be a strong season and we've got a big day at Corny thank you. It's great to see you and we'll check in later. Thanks for joining us right now to talk more about cyber Monday and holiday shopping weekend went as Dana Tells Z.. She's the CEO of Chelsea Advisory Group and Dana. What did you think I thought it went pretty? Well I mean obviously there was a poll forward because you have some of these companies starting their promotions earlier Right after Halloween Walmart did it right after Halloween. And you saw a lot of others like that too and now it's even considered a five day weekend not just a two day weekend or a three day weekend and you still have a long way to go so it's an on-track weekend so far black Friday companies opening it at on Thanksgiving Day opening at five pm to one I am then. They're coming back on Black Friday. It was slow Friday morning it picked up in the afternoon. Luckily this weather on the north in the northeast didn't happen till yesterday because we needed Saturday. Also although a lot of the country did get hit over the weekend that affect places like Minnesota or some of the other great plain states yes accepted you had some of the West Coast also. So you're going to see some of that impact. They can order online too. And what you mentioned about the stores before I mean fulfilling orders is part of it. We're seeing zing stores. reimagined how they're configured and they're going to right size in terms of the way they are. Human Rights is down the size of the store. Yeah the size of the store may not. How much is it going to be fulfillment foment? How much is going to be for showing goods? It's all going to look different in a couple of years. Just like the patterns of shopping or different today. Who are the big winners? Would you say at this point. In the holiday holiday season best buy big winner Walmart and target big winner. It was all the big box players. I think the department store is still a little bit slower than the total sales for today are expected to be around about nine billion ten million. I mean when you compare that to Alibaba singles day. It's it's really a drop in the bucket right so where does assists and is this. Just keep going here in the US. More and more online sales as retail just collapsed for these types of goods to to effectively nothing so maybe excluding excluding luxury excluding jewelry excluding high fashion convenience and ease matter but there is something to be said for tradition walking through the stores and the experience of it. There's the reason why well some of it but there's a reason why you definitely see what he's doing this with their kids together with families it's an entertainment and sport also also have something like it right sex pence what fragrance you like. They're all mixed together in Cali Hustle Oakland Bustle and make not at the makeup by by people. That for you for you. Free USA Lisa talking about makeup with With your buddies weird I don't really I don't know if you've got some on day even though so you know I would argue that. Come in here uncomfortable. A little bit better. Never Show your tells like that. That now relegated. You're so our makeup

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"cali" Discussed on Digital Hospitality: A Cali BBQ Media Podcast

Digital Hospitality: A Cali BBQ Media Podcast

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"cali" Discussed on Digital Hospitality: A Cali BBQ Media Podcast

"In every village every town and every city big name entertainers come to perform their craft. What if I told you that Madonna Garth Brooks and Lebron James?.

Bears' Nagy upset RB streamed from locker room

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Bears' Nagy upset RB streamed from locker room

"Bears maneki not thrilled with his running back to re cone who live stream the bears locker room after the Redskins win in Cali along with in front of his locker not wearing any clothing to wreak did sell Kyle that he was sorry he said I'm a bit my bed I apologize to and the bears are changing their locker room procedures going forward bears and the Vikings three twenty five a take off on

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Friend of Ohio mass shooter faces federal charges for allegedly lying on gun form

LadyGang

00:32 sec | 1 year ago

Friend of Ohio mass shooter faces federal charges for allegedly lying on gun form

"Shooters friend i'm tim maguire of the navy newsmen at ethan collie told federal agency bought body armor a gun accessory and a one hundred round magazine for the dayton gunmen connor bets earlier this year a collie indicated that he purchase these items for bats and stored them at collies residents residents in order to <hes> assist bats in hiding the items from his parents prosecutors. Ed cali didn't know was planning the mass shooting. He has been charged with lying on a federal form about his drug use. When buying a pistol that was not involved in bets

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