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"carlyle hotel" Discussed on Here's The Thing
"Larry had no thought of going to London He was settled in New York But he had someone who worked from a lovely woman named Molly Dent Brocklehurst. Here's a name for you and she was as you might expect a very blue person she was from She was English and she worked for Larry in his New York gallery an the the one that the flagship across the Carlyle Hotel. And one of her artists that she handled for him was Damien Hirst and Damien Hirst you. We could talk for hours about Dan Hurst. But the fact is hugely successful and the kind of art that artists that that goes in liked best the kind could churn out a stuff you know like on a production line and so molly was very important to goes in because she was the go-between with Damien Hirst and one day she said to Larry I'm sorry I've got leave you because my father just died there's A. Castle in the family and I have to go tend to the castle and Larry took a beat and he said, well, why don't you just open a a Google office in London and then you can tend to your castle and Damien Hirst is there anyway and you can sell some art and so that's exactly what happened that at that happened to be just the time that the Russian. Were starting to come over and so there was this whole new. Vein of big money and Larry. Larry didn't know that was going to happen it. Just it just happened out of serendipitous a lot of luck involved but there's a lot of luck. Yeah. Now you touched on Mary. Boone. Yes. I have my own of history with. Until I just want to ask you know in the way that people build these careers because because part of that experience for me. I looked at it was kind of inexplicable You know when I when I went through when I went through was you know very specifically to purchase a painting by a painter in a certain year. And, that's that your two, thousand ten or two thousand eleven and I pay a five figure sum for that painting. Yeah, and then I say I want you to go find with this other painting that's older painting that might be worth twice as much as that or more. And then sell me that painting I think you're selling being that painting, but we'll find out is it's a copy you had made that painting. Yes, and yet you charge me the amount of money. This was kind of the undoing of the whole thing for her was when you represent that you charge me one, hundred, nine, hundred, thousand dollars when I piss bought the other one from you two weeks ago for eighty five, thousand dollars. Why would I pay you one hundred, ninety thousand for the one paid you. was fresh and there wasn't a lot of things that made it difficult for her to escape. Responsibility and and when she settled with me made. Public Record. Yeah. Resume check for a million dollars. Yeah. Go Away and and my point is that we all sat there the the the statute of limitations had passed in terms of the criminal and we get ready to civil trial and we're GONNA. We're going to go after a lot of emails of her and they settled the case for you quickly at that point because you realize she didn't wake up one day and decided to do this to me that day..
Showtime's 'The Loudest Voice' Tells The True Story Of The Downfall Of Roger Ailes At Fox News
"The loudest voice. It's the new Showtime miniseries. Stories about the rise and fall of Fox News and particularly of Roger Ailes, the infamous founder of Fox News. Seth plays a character real life character named Brian Lewis. He was the head of public relations at FOX for many years. He came with Roger Ailes from CNBC when Roger was launching, Fox News. And he was most people would tell you the right hand of Roger Ailes. He was the pit bull. He guarded the company's internal business for Roche ously could be very tough with reporters obviously, but also anybody who tried to crack into the Fox News bubble. I think you'll be interested to hear Sestri bestirred drawing when he was two years old. He wrote a letter to Jim Henson studios when he was nine years old announcing that he was going to be a puppeteer and a cartoonist a kid who kind of knew what he wanted to be from the age of two and, you know, he gets into how do you do that? You have the dream when you're a kid, you move onto the Rhode Island school of design as he did. And. He was hired right away. They recognize his talent out to Hollywood worked on an animated show for a couple years before, again, when he was twenty four years old. He started family guy, which, by the way was cancelled twice was, not an immediate hit, I think people forget that. So to set the scene for you Seth and I got together at cafe. Carlyle at the famed Carlyle hotel in New York City. The cafe Carlyle is a jazz club. Seth has performed there a couple times because on top of everything else begin things that are scary. He sings in public. He's got five albums, including his latest once in a while, and he's been nominated for four Grammy award. So I got him to sit down at the piano, we got him to play a little bit sing a little bit. Do the thing that Seth MacFarlane does, but mostly to walk through fascinating life in fascinating career where the guy just does something different and surprises people all the time, a great conversation with Seth MacFarlane. We start by talking about the loudest voice, the series on Showtime. About Fox News. Thanks for doing this man for sure. So we've already gotten I think halfway through the show already we'll will start for the benefit of the viewers again. Yeah. I want to start with your character before we talk big picture, because I don't think most people know who he is. In fact, I know most people don't know, who is if you don't live in our media world Brian Lewis, who was he. And why is it important character in this big story, Brian Lewis was Roger Ailes PR chief for Fox News? And he also sort of functioned as his right hand man, and a lot of ways you know, this, this was the guy that Roger would blow off steam, too. And, and also the guy who was comfortable enough keeping keeping them in line when he may be got a little too off the rails. And, you know, according to the to Gabe chairman's book, and according to the series, he was also a guy was who was kind of on the outside of the. Emotional end of things. He was he was he was a democrat. Chocking way, working for Fox News. But more importantly, he was kind of a gun for hire. He was there because, you know, it was a good job and the ethics of it didn't really come into play. It was about, you know, being Boba fett. I guess. Liberal hire me, then he's a bounty hunter. So how did he to the extent? You got inside his head by reading the book. How did he reconcile knowing what he was doing was often wrong unethical? Yes. Doing the job. Well, I mean according to the material that I read that he, he at the end of the day he was. He could compartmentalize, he could put his family over here and his job over here, and essentially be two different people. But at a certain point. You know, he he idolized ales for a long time, and he really respected ails, as a marketer. And as as a as a promoter of whatever it was he wanted to promote. And he, I guess must have started to see him unraveling a little bit. And. It was probably a combination of genuine concern. Because there seemed to be a conscience there. And, and professional concern that, okay, I worked for this guy this reflects on me and, and he's starting to come apart at the seams.
"carlyle hotel" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show
"Nonetheless, Joe Biden stepped in it because you're not allowed to acknowledge the humanity of people who you disagree with even people who you think are truly wrong about everything in whole evil principals, you're not allowed to acknowledge their humanity or acknowledged that if you sit in the Senate with them that sometimes you have to make deals with them. That's very bad. Not allowed to do that. Instead, you have to virtue signal at every turn and not get things done in the Senate. I suppose so here is what happened to break. It down. So Joe Biden was speaking at a fundraiser at the Carlyle hotel in New York City on Tuesday night, and he stressed the need to be able to reach consensus under our system. And he's Pacific -ly talked about serving with the late senators James Eastland of Mississippi and Herman Talmadge Georgia, both Democrats were staunch opponents of desegregation, Eastland was the powerful chair of the Senate Judiciary committee, when Biden entered the chamber in nineteen Seventy-three Biden said I was in a caucus with James o Eastland. He never called me. Boy, he always called me son, and he called Talmadge, one of the meanest guys, I ever knew you go down the list of all these guys. And said, well, guess what? At least there was some civility, we got things done. We didn't agree on much of anything. We got things done. We got it finished. But today, you look at the other side, and you're the enemy, not the opposition, the enemy. We don't talk to each other anymore. Oh, so this is enough to ruin Joe Biden. I mean they are coming for him. And they are coming with pitchforks. They are coming with pitchforks. I'll get to exactly the angle of attack in one second. I in geopolitical instability, news, Iran, is obviously escalating tensions in the Middle East. They announced this week that they're going to break the uranium stockpile limit. They agreed to under the nuclear deal. It's not a coincidence, that gold prices have been steadily rising. Since Iran was bombing tankers. That's not a coincidence because I've been telling you for the past four years. Gold is a safe haven against uncertainty..
"carlyle hotel" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder
"And so you've got to pump more oxygen into this. They're always you're going to run allergy gotta go into a direction. Yes. They're always fighting the last fight, and that's the best case scenario. I think a lot of this is. His ideological or some measure of captured. They're not even aware that it's ideologically. Doesn't matter really at the end of the day. It does not matter. You have Joe Biden out there now. Who is he had three fundraisers yesterday? He needs to do this, because he's not going to raise money from voters, and that should be tell to people. I mean, that should be towel to people. We're not living. This is not nineteen ninety nine this is not nineteen ninety there are ways to raise money from voters that are very efficient if they are there, you can raise money for them if they're not there. You can't. And. Lot of people made it like. Hillary Clinton basically swore off getting mass amounts volunteers and whatnot. Because they didn't need it because they had algorithms. But I suspect part of the story is also, we don't have them. And so we'll lean a little bit more now than we wanted to like, in other words where I'm not gonna look at this lemonade as lemon. I'm gonna look at this lemonade and lemon pie. Well, but part of the problem is, I think that like, because they are so adept at shifting to, like, well, we can compensate for this, but they do not address. What, what is the underlying problem of that, that, that is symptomatic? And so they can't show Biden is not raising money from democratic voters. But instead getting it almost exclusively from big donors terms of actually sheer dollars. That's a problem. It's a problem putting aside, ideal ideology in the locations of that. It's just indicative of a problem I should say. And it's indicative of a very shallow support where everybody's like well. I think he's gonna win and I'll leave it to other people to, to make sure that happens. I don't know if that sounds familiar at all. So he's at a fundraiser at the Carlyle hotel in New York City. Mr. Biden, stressed, the need to be able to reach out. To reach consensus under our system. Now, I just like. This is gonna make you wanna vomit because you have been following politics for while for people who haven't followed politics. I'm sure maybe it sounds. Okay. I don't know that they're reading this stuff right now. Frankly. Maybe just practicing maybe this is just good for. But he went on to say. I know the new left tells me that I'm this old fashioned. Well, guess what? If we can't reach a consensus in our system. What happens it encourages and demands. The abuse of power by president. That's what it does. You have to be able to reach consensus under our system. Our constitutional system of separation of powers. I just don't remember this happening in the arts either never mind during his vice presidency, Mr. Biden. Then recalled his time serving in the Senate. Incidentally, he was in the Senate and the arts. I was in a caucus with James o Eastland, Mr. Biden said briefly, channeling lays Little Caesars, southern drawl, Mr. Biden said a mistake. He never called me boy. You always called me son. Now. I don't think he would call you boy. Well, I think I don't know if you have the markers, I of what a gentleman like that would use the word boy for Joe. It's pretty impressive. Now don't get me wrong. Our Schmidt, ain't actually wide. But she had a boy, neither qui- we didn't quite pick up on why that might that dynamic might be there. No. Incidentally, I should tell you that he's doing this on the day before June June teeth..
"carlyle hotel" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast
"Don't you because he'd said of set me up to to read the book, and and to get excited about the part of may rose he'd said, well, how about you dad to direct Jack to start? No. No, no. John. Oh, I know both of them. But they they loved each other. Yeah. And next thing we were in New York and and dad. I don't know we had several read through some and dad would close his eyes night could see wasn't completely happy. And he had a full calf. Jack knows throwing Jack could do no wrong. Right. But in Joan I could tell there was something sort of vaguely troubling him. And then one day kind of Fe early on in the production dad called us, and we're at the Carlyle hotel. He said kids I wanna come over and he came over and it was night and an the were picture windows looking out over central park, beautiful New York evenings and and dad put his arms around Jack. In hind said can't. Isn't that the most beautiful thing I've ever seen that we said? Yes. Yes. Dads so beautiful. You had I found the voice of the movie and he had tape recorded with and he he pressed a button, and it was this actress, Julia, Vassos voice and all the way like this. Oh. We look at dad like are you out of your mind? You said I want everyone to speak this language, and that was the that was the beginning of pre tees, and it was before, you know, moonstruck or goodfellas or any of those right pictures. So they're kind of New York. Looking stirs thing. And and you know, I could tell Jack was it was a little trepidation. But we all we went ahead. And we did it and it got done. And it's so funny that film straight. It's really fun. I I want to watch it again. But you did like you were in the postman with the Rafer Alston movie. Yeah. That was like. Second up after the last tycoon, we're that guy is he still around. I haven't seen him in a quite some time. He lives in Aspen. Oh, okay. So that was like his movie after the sixties movies like five easy pieces. Yeah. Yeah. Like, this was a big it was a remake. And it was a good movie. I remember. Yeah. Yeah. It was a John Garfield movie originally. Yeah. I and I can't remember it. How did you have a big part in that? No. I played a lion. Tamer for short while. I was in. I was in bed with Jack and weird. Weird because I naked to the waist and. A bit insecure. It was all it was good. I remember you pop up in spinal tap with stone model, and you were the one where they're like what is that? And you you're the one who shows him the measurements on the page that was fun. Very fun. Yeah. And then like. I like gardens of stone. That was a weird movie. It was such a weird movie, and it started off kind of wonderfully and beautifully and and with Francis. But anyway, it was the first like, you know, and I don't know if it's true. But they I remember seeing and it seemed like it was the ark of like, you know, the beginning of like Medicated Francis. And I don't know if I'm projecting that that like it seemed like the edge had diminished a little well, initially. I think he wanted to make sort of a movie that that was the antecedents of apocalypse, and and I think, you know, whatever his impulse for that was was a very pure one things went terribly wrong on his son got kills..
"carlyle hotel" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"WcbMcom are not necessarily those of the owners management, employers, and advertisers of WCBS, but they should be. You feel good in this political climate, it's total mayhem and total madness. When you think about it? There's almost nothing to feel good about and we are living in Saint times one way or the other whichever way you turn is America really integrate spot right now. I mean, the economy's good, and we're not really in any foreign wars. I understand that. But why is everyone so miserable? Why is this such a high usage of anti-depressants? Why people hanging themselves on Sutton place. I saw a story yesterday a beautiful woman in her. Fifties. Psychologist and author lived on Sutton place was married hunger. Shop in a closet. Belt on the neck. Why what's the depression where is this massive depression coming from with all of this affluence? The last week a guy throw himself off the Carlyle hotel. He was like he stole a million dollars worth of wine from some guy out in the Hamptons. And he was about to go to court at the jail threw himself out of a window what expect to happen? You steal some million dollars worth of why we expect not to go to jail. I don't understand people commit crimes expecting to get away with it. So anyway, we could talk about more dry substance subjects like Amazon and minimum wage. And I'm not in the mood. Can't we have fun tonight zero anybody can have fun. We'll have to say Trump every three words feed on the stand that I still support the president. What is with you people you true believers like becoming a madness? Hundred percent anti Trump have to one hundred percent for Trump. If you have any new position on anything. Somehow, you're disloyal like a new witch hunt in that regard. What do you think about that this a new car, which are not loyal enough to Trump? All your anti anti-trump. Pro Trump Trump Trump how can one man suck all the oxygen out of everyone's brain. How is that possible? So he has a rap arap guy who speaks gibberish and use it to promote his line of sneakers or whatever he sells. And I'm supposed to say that was a smart move. I'm not going to say, it's a smart move. I thought at the based in soil, the White House to be honest with you. Whenever you last seen the scientists invited to the Oval Office or a great classical musician what they weren't enough votes in it not enough people go to classical music, whether they listed a cultural event in the White House, by the way, never never. I mean, there was an age when presidents had leading intellectuals and artists in the White House. What is going on here? I can't sit here and say I thought that was so smart does it take me day and night. No will I get over it. I already have gotten over it. But I'm just trying to say to you. Be careful with your worship. It's not healthy. You're not supposed to worship the president. No matter who it is. That's why my monologue in the first hour was so brilliant went went over the heads the most listeners it did. I know it did it's just like my book, stop, mass hysteria. Because it's not a cartoon cover of people with a cartoon people don't wanna read history. And I want to understand the history of what they're living through. They don't wanna understand context nuance. They don't want it. They want black or white white or black. Good bad. They're good. They're bad. We're the good guys there. That'd be a guy. That's all you want to hear. So when you remain like me who grew up thinking about everything since he's a kid looking for answers walking down the street New York with my dad, I'd ask him questions. Not wise a sky blue. I don't know what I asked him who remembers what kids ask their fathers. I always was talk to try and come up with my own answer. My father wouldn't answer a question. He.
"carlyle hotel" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Now back to Michael Savage on talk radio five, sixty K SFO. You feel good in this political climate? It's total mayhem and told him madness. When you think about it? There's almost nothing to feel good about and we are living in Saint times one way or the other whichever way you turn is America really integrate spot right now. I mean, the economy's good, and we're not really in any foreign wars. I understand that. Why is everyone so miserable? Why is this such a high usage of anti-depressants? Why people hanging themselves on Sutton place. I saw a story yesterday a beautiful woman in her fifties. A psychologist and author lived on Sutton place was married hunger. Shop in a closet with a with a belt on her neck. Why what's the depression where is this massive depression coming from with all of this affluence? Last week a guy throw himself off the Carlyle hotel. He was like he stole a million dollars worth of want guy out in Hamptons. And he was about to go to court at the jail threw himself out of a window. What expect to happen? You still some million dollars worth of why we expect to go to jail. I don't understand people commit crimes expect they're gonna get away with it. So anyway, we can talk about more dry substance subjects like Amazon and minimum wage. And I'm not in the mood. Can't we have fun tonight or anybody can have fun? Do I have to say Trump? Every three words feed understand that I still support the president. What is with you people you true believers like becoming a madness? One hundred percent anti Trump one hundred percent for Trump. If you have any nuance position on anything somehow, you're disloyal like a new witch hunt in that regard. What do you think about that? This is a new kind of which are not loyal enough to Trump. You're anti-trump pro to Trump Trump. How can one man suck all the oxygen out of everyone's brain? How is that possible? Say he has a rap arap guy who speaks gibberish and use it to promote his line of sneakers or whatever sells, and I'm supposed to say that was a smart move. I'm not gonna say, it's a smart move. I thought that the based in soil, the White House to be honest with you. One of your last seen the scientists invited to the Oval Office or a great classical musician what they weren't enough votes in it not enough people go to classical music, what listed a cultural event in the White House, by the way, never never an age when presidents had leading intellectuals and artists in the White House. What is going on here? I can't sit here and say I thought that was so smart does it take me day and night. No will I get over it. I already have gotten over it. But I'm just trying to say to you. Be careful with your worship. It's not healthy. You're not supposed to worship a president. No matter who it is. That's why my monologue in the first hour was so brilliant went went over the heads of most listeners. It did. I know it did it's just like my book, stop, mass hysteria. Because it's not a cartoon cover of people. With a cartoon people don't wanna read history. You don't want to understand the history of what they're living through? They don't wanna understand context of nuance. They don't want it. They want black or white white or black. Good bad. They're good. They're bad. We're the good guys guys. All you want to hear. So when you're a man like me who grew up thinking about everything since he's a kid looking for answers walking down the street New York with my dad, I'd ask him questions. You'll not why is the sky blue. I don't know what I asked them who remembers what kids ask their fathers. I always was taught to try and come up with my own answer. My father wouldn't.
"carlyle hotel" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Surpreme court nominee Brett Cavanaugh in a Senate hearing today Ray acknowledged that. The investigation was limited in scope. He said the probe was handled in a manner that was consistent with a standard process for such a vest Gatien's going back, quite a long ways more criticism of the company that owned the limousine that crashed Saturday in upstate New York killing twenty people eighteen of them inside the vehicle the driver. Scott Lisa Nietzsche who was killed in the crash had been sighted in August for operating the same two thousand one Ford excursion stretch limousine without a proper license at the time state police said a trooper told these each year and the company that owned the limo. He could not drive it without an additional license less than two weeks later the limo flunked in inspection. And transportation officials ordered it off the road and attorney for the company insisted all the violations were fixed by the time seventeen passengers climbed in on Saturday and were killed when the limo crashed Aaron Katersky ABC news, New York, a former domestic Eddie, Goldman Sachs. President David Solomon has killed himself on the upper east. East side a day before he was to plead guilty to stealing a million dollars worth of rare wines from his boss. Forty-one-year-old nNcholas Meyer yesterday jumped from the thirty third floor, the Carlyle hotel, the charges say that the Meyer was stealing and then selling the wine to North Carolina dealer. A former New York City mayor Michael Bloomberg is showing signs he may run for president. Bloomberg took the social media saying I've read registered as a democrat. I'd been a member for most of my life because we need Democrats to provide the checks and balance our nation so badly needs. Now, this is assigned to many he may challenge President Trump and twenty twenty Bloomberg has Moldova running for president in the past. He won his first two terms as mayor of New York is a Republican and then switched to independent for a third term. I'm Scott Pringle for seven ten double d OR an Amazon job fair is being held today. And Elizabeth as the company tries to fill more than nine thousand jobs in the state of New Jersey. The crown plaza..
Ex-Assistant Accused of Stealing $1.2 Million of Wine From Goldman Sachs CEO Jumps to His Death
"Some tragic news in New York City of former personal assistant to Goldman Sachs. CEO David Solomon has committed suicide New York City. Police say nNcholas de Meyer jumped from his room on the thirty third floor of the Carlyle hotel in Manhattan at around two thirty in the afternoon the same day the Meyer was scheduled to plead. Guilty in federal court to interstate transportation of stolen property. He was accused of stealing more than a million dollars worth of rare wine from his former boss to Meyer was in charge of transporting a wine from Mr. Salomon's Manhattan apartment to Solomon seller in east Hampton,
Inquiry Ends Into Exxon Mobil’s Accounting Tied to Climate Change
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"carlyle hotel" Discussed on WVNJ 1160 AM
"Down i can't imagine what they need i mean they're they're going rather quickly you might guess here's another doc which i am really looking forward to it doesn't open in la until next weekend but it's called always at the carlisle i don't know whether you're familiar with the carlyle hotel do you ever one of these it's been there for eighty eight years it's been the definition of class and a calling card for manhattan's elegant upper east side but while it is how some of the world's most famous clientele the stories within those walls of the hotel rarely leave the premises until now this is a doc about that hotel and it's told through the eyes not only of the employees that work there but also people who have stayed there over the years like in jellico houston george clooney tommy lee jones vera wang anthony bourdain roger federer wes anderson soaking it goes on and on and on it reminds me of a doctor was out i tell you is about ninety seven or so it was called off the menu the last days of chasing and chase was this famous restaurant like jason's deli he was deplace to cnbc everybody hung out you know anybody that was anybody hung out there and speaking of the chili elizabeth taylor actually had that chile blown from la to rome when she was filming cleopatra back in the day it was it was that famous that chile so anyway they did a documentary about the last days because it shut down i think in ninety five this looks like that not to make a long story longer and i just love movies about this connick has the carlisle what what's the room rate these days should i ask look that up because i thought you know i'm going to be going back in new york in the fall maybe i could stay there and it was thinking about seven hundred tonight oh i don't think i will be staying there that's okay it's just a room service okay you well yeah that's that's just the barrett right there that's walk what.
"carlyle hotel" Discussed on WVNJ 1160 AM
"I mean i can't imagine what that needs just i mean they're they're going rather quickly you might guess stuff here's another doc which i am really looking forward to it doesn't open in la until next weekend but it's called always at the carlisle i don't know whether you're familiar with the carlyle hotel you do you ever one of these he's been there for eighty eight years it's been the definition of class and a calling card for manhattan's elegant upper east side the wallet is how some of the world's most famous clientele the stories within those walls of the hotel rarely leave the premises until now this is a doc about that hotel and it's toll to the is not only of the employees that work there but also people who have stayed there over the years like anjelica huston george clooney tommy lee jones vera wang anthony bourdain roger federer wes anderson so it goes on and on and on it reminds me of a doctor was out i tell you there's about ninety seven or so it was called off the menu the last days of chasing and chase was this famous restaurant jason skill he was deplace to cnbc and everybody hung out you know anybody that was anybody hung out there and speaking of the chili elizabeth taylor actually had that chile blown from la to rome when she was filming cleopatra back in the day if he was it was that payments that chile so anyway they did a documentary about the last days because it shut down i think ninety five this looks like that not to make a long story longer and i just love movies about this something is iconic has the carlisle what what's the room rate these days should i look that up because i thought you know i'm gonna be going back in new york in the fall maybe i could stay there there was thinking about seven hundred tonight oh i don't think i will be staying there that's okay.
"carlyle hotel" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM
"You know what come on that was just a tv show that was just for laughs we we weren't making social policy we were just and they were they were doing stereotypical humor inter remember when the show aired you have to remember when it aired very near the beginning of the early era feminine nazis were running around all over this country blaming men fighting and these guys were doing an in your face to the feminists show i agree with you that if you want to make a case that there's some poxy here you could jimmy kimmel's being allowed to skate by not having this reminded people being held accountable but look we've all made these mistakes i remember it wasn't long ago now it had to be first three or four years of this program i was talked into requiring photos of women on file here before they would be allowed to be put on the air and i actually did it i i had a sick call screener name was mario snugly and this guy thought it'd be brilliant if we required women to submit photos and have them on file the fourth as women called crosschecked if their picture was here we'd put him on the air and i gotta tell you i caught more grief for you can't believe the grief i caught for that in my own family i had i remember one night we were at the bar at the carlyle hotel and they had to kick us out because of women remember my family were screaming of why did you do it why did you do it caused more hell to come down on me and i can recall much anything else but see i'm not i'm no longer thought of in those in those way because we dumped the policy and little did i know assembly mario snerdley track trying to get dates is what it was and he's still got the pictures that we we we we don't have the pictures oh dear oh dear you didn't make them jump on trampolines.
"carlyle hotel" Discussed on News Radio WGOW
"You know what come on that was just a tv show that was just for laughs we we weren't making social policy we were just and they were they were doing stereotypical humor inter remember when the show aired you have to remember when it aired very near the beginning of the early era fem nazis were running around all over this country blaming men fronting and these guys were doing an in your face to the feminists show i agree with you that if you want to make a case that there's some chrissy here you could jimmy kimmel's being allowed to skate by not having this reminded vehicle being held accountable but look we've all made these mistakes i remember it wasn't long ago now it had to be first three or four years of this program i was talked into requiring photos of women on file here before they would be allowed to be put on the air and i actually did it i i had a a sick call screener was mario snerdley and this guy thought it'd be brilliant if we required women to submit photos and have him on file before and then ins as women called we cross checked if their picture was here we'd put them on the air and i i gotta tell you i caught more grief for you can't believe the grief i caught for that in my own family i have i remember one night we were at at benjamin's bar at the carlyle hotel and they had to kick us out because a bunch of women remember my family were screaming.
"carlyle hotel" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"And the carlisle is of course in the carlyle hotel thirty five seventy six street right at madison avenue and judy you still have new songs you're working on i certainly do i've been writing up a storm i was when i started writing with ari couple of years ago i also got stimulated to go back into my writing pocket and my husband said he said well instead of writing ninety and ninety wanted to write three sixty five songs or poems one every day and then when you're finished for the year you'll have a book of house you know you have to write about one hundred songs to get one that's any good but i've been lucky one of my new songs is called river of gold which is on the new stephen stills album which is called everybody knows which is a song of course of leonard cohen's and i have quite a hat packet of others that are new so i'm working on a new album and structuring mine mine my next show which will be different which will be a surprise but being at the carlyle to sing all these times songs which i wanted to do for about twenty five years and finally we agreed to the s and i agreed that they would do of a special fundraiser of the show which they did so you can get it on you can get it on your pbs station and you order it of course and they also play it from time to time and then i did an album and a cd so we're gonna do those songs and it's thrilling because there's so much diversity and beauty in the shots and they come from stephen different shows of course not only send in the clowns with come true little night music but all the other shows from sweeney todd and from anyone can whistle and company and i'm just having a ball of course sunday sunday in the park with george it had their dazzling songs and i get stand there and and what we love is watching the one and only judy collins through april seven i cafe carlyle congratulations thank you dear we'll talk soon.
"carlyle hotel" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410
"In extreme volatility in the monthly changes in employment and labour force in lhasa i'm not seeing a pickup in labour force growth within bouncing around now that that is against the demographic influences that should have that labour force participation rate declining but we aren't seeing labourforce participation rising i would point out that the survey is done from the carlyle hotel up to carnegie hill were john lewis representative representative as lies the vote mirror i agree with you the numbers of nuts turn against is a question this morning for for most people in this market we've had the january jobs report that led to a blow up in the market volley explodes risk assets plunge and then we've had the fed breed joe's report and everyone wakes up through the weekend and decides goldilocks his back where is the truth ferati q economics is it somewhere between the january and february payrolls report or is at one on the other yeah i think the truth is somewhere between the two i mean we nafta will withdraw through this extended period in which economic data really did matter that much in now people are paying more attention to it and then we have the factor that the comic did are very volatile from month to month and so that can result in these big shifts in in our our reading of the economy based on on any month and i think it's a mistake to do that so it'll what are we have we job growth that's been well ahead of what we would expect had an unemployment rate that hasn't declined to the same extent that we that we would have thought over the last las five months but you know you step back we have a strong labor market away from that labour marking the updates that we're going to get this week we have rising costs even away from what we saw in the average hourly earnings data in the last couple of months does seem to us that labour compensation is is picking up on goods costs are rising and we're also seeing evidence that companies seemed to have better pricing power so i think our expectation is those higher cost whether they're wage costs or goods cost are going to be passed through congress thank you so much current produce alerted could we cannot mix futures up don't futures up aged on friday was extraordinary john mean basic take as.
"carlyle hotel" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Loyal listeners have heard me say the concept of core four is not inclusive how can they not count our next guest his name is listed throughout the top 10 in yankee franchise history in virtually every statistical category iii in doubles fifteen hits sixty games and runs seventh in home runs and runs batted in he played sixteen years one four world series caught the final out in the subway series made five allstar teams won four gold gloves and abetting title was the a alcs mvp in 1990 six hit almost three hundred homers and whose number fifty one may be found enshrined in monument park in yankee stadium and all of that occurred be before the second career took off as a good tar virtuoso he opens this tuesday night for five nights at the legendary carlyle hotel on madison avenue back with this now and forever number fifty one bernie williams great to have you thank you so much for being with me good miss up you higher purdue the everywhere let me let me do that okay let me do that igf i would like to do that so listen there's a rumor and i want you to address this that you're gonna take batting practice inside the carlyle hotel in seaview could smashes many chandeliers writing it it is you can lefthanded is there is there any truth to the rumor well i would probably settle for some ball we're football acted because this oh my god but it's such a a grade blessings you have that opportunity i think you know is like couldn't them kerekou's with day fall uh like baseball you how you know a pretty good idea how you know a player you know players where if you know in in in baseball turns by his numbers it's like you're on the home runs ahead how many hit you you know that's so forth in music uh there's really a good dad hold work for you know how successful you could be a gear that my success i'm going.
"carlyle hotel" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"The guitar and the voice of john pits the rally who is on the phone long with his wife jessica maleski they're going be that the carlyle hotel from november seven through the eighteenth and we're here to talk about the upcoming show hello guys oh so john grill you're at the cabinet where you're aware we we also have mike sergeant of another radio personality who stuck in traffic somewhere he may be joining us shortly but i always enjoy seeing you guys at the carlyle of also sought john a year to a going in palm beach it was a great show but uh you i i was talking to my while caller my ex wife but we've slight were married we just don't live under the same roof but in a week we can't even go shopping for a loaf of bread together and you guys work together and you have a great chemistry up there our it's it's a really always a wonderful show i think the banter is just as good as the music well you know it well i get an i talked about we we don't really ever plan the banter route so it come later in the gate the banter uh a little more uh a little more successful because we just sort of work it out from gift whatever w we decided to do it if the fun experience who music we set in stone and everything else happen on why well unknowingly i started working together i think that the reason i thought it was a horrible horrible again had never done a back only been actor and i thought oh i've had to fight and the minute we work on eight when junk that high hyperactivity started laughing we couldn't figure out what people laughing at it but i think there's something funny about who married couples like thing i don't know what it what that we just sort of bottled.
"carlyle hotel" Discussed on Channel 955
"To see kid rock eight four four mojo live cataracts gonna be opening up little caesars arena and he kicks off the concert tonight we will give away a pair of tickets right now eight four four mojo live celebrity dirt hi discovered that up you know what i just played a closing side of the play the closers said of the open who is over before i was a great dirty nice job japan and america sorry about about that hi push that but i see harrison ford acting as a traffic cat during a traffic light hannity yesterday it was great so i posted the video underneath hp hadn't seen the evidence shows the story that i didn't see had the volume of selvi he was headed to the carlyle hotel in in the city and another few a stain there i see no thing an event there whatever well there was a traffic jam that had built up behind a tunnel following a car accident and people were just driving like idiots and he had had enough of that so he was in his limo he jumped out of his limo and started directing the cars of where to go and he's in a suit he's wearing sunglasses shouting order i thought they were filming a molly or something no i mean real life and he got the job done and then he got back in his limo and he made his way back to the hotel where he was supposed to be going by the way this man cannot fly an airplane yet he says he's of an airplane tyler act to trafficking direct traffic though yes rumors are going around this morning that demi lovato is dating dj lauren abidine she's been commenting.
"carlyle hotel" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show
"So get a legwaila rebound wait now were the dump shot out where they file wait wait film and like kohl why or something where where the non stage show j a bayona who directed uh the impossible that movie with it soon new yes me to nearly watts i love in anything and then that when a monster calls regionally anyway he is a wonderful guy friend of fernando through a above both spanish directors anyway he was shooting at nbc had an a uae maybe that's the reason because european they shot the whole damn thing in london on this sound stage is very impressive big you can imagine what they built their but then the day after i finished i finished the last day of shooting there they went to hawaii to spend four more weeks but i think they went to awadh who uh we had gone in the number one and number two dress parks to on koa i for two weeks at a time dan was during that first one where that hurricane hit an almost wiped us all out sadly killed four people but we we made i'm looking here and it says you're an anti hall but i'm trying to remember the get you don't remember vamos line i'll i'll let you do it but he was the guy at the party yet will do it together do you know gina i am afraid i'll mess it up so you all know the lime ever gotten it was a young gel gold let's is a brand new drama shows one get to then three yes hydro how i lied for shock as my noel entre i've got my mind hello i forgotten my mantra why with it about that woody allen when a lucky thing to even have met him or been in any movie i you know our jazz group road to which i alluded andrews who were playing at this arise sega i we played at the carlyle hotel for a week like a year so ago woody allen plays and the day before we started our week he had his nightly monday night i sat at the.