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"chinatown chinatown" Discussed on The Beat with Ari Melber

The Beat with Ari Melber

05:15 min | Last month

"chinatown chinatown" Discussed on The Beat with Ari Melber

"Some big brother I truly hate having discussions about. Who would win one on one? Your fans and a Kobe. You'd you might WanNa one. I feel like Yo which you get from me is from him. I won't get five championships here without him because he died on me so much and gave me so much. Great Advice Leadership as guidance and sharing because truly inspiring leadership goes beyond the game. Right goes on athletes and fans even went of course as we saw in this series beyond America as hard as Jordan pushed teammates. He proved how strength also includes compassion. This is a big part of the story that was sometimes overlooked but he chose to make time for kids who were sick. He chose to engage the rest of the world with an uplifting and motivational presence. To this day he's one of the most famous iconic people ever to live crazy when you think about that right. But it's precisely because he represented so much more than simply American athleticism or type of success. He inspired the hunger for triumph. In connection across cultures. Michael Jordan is more than just the guy who won he. He just got people feeling that right. We have to remember how much we have in common are common. Yearnings used this warmth and charisma qualities that obviously also transcend borders that made him global and as the series also touches on when we think about politics which we discuss a lot around here Michael Jordan intentionally chose to live at that altitude so that no single political party could claim him not even really a single country could claim him. If you ask a lot of the fans around the world and Jordan's fans don't just buy some products that they want to invest in that larger dream in fact that continues last year. They did that to the tune of three billion dollars in over decades. The number of Jordan fans owning jump man gear estimated to top a billion people so the last dance is surging now over twenty years after that last championship. Showing how so much of this endures from everyday people to Jordan also inspiring some of the biggest stars in later generations who may not have grown up on him. That includes the world's biggest popstar. Drake released a sneaker with MJ who perform his Jersey who wears rare Jordan sneakers NBA Games which sneaker heads all about and drake even despite loving his hometown. Toronto Raptors has a whole hit song exulting Jordan where he intones jump. Jump Man Jump Man. What was you expecting? Woo Chinatown Chinatown. Michael Jordan. Just had text me Woo. The artist future joins in that duets lewd on the same chorus. Saying jump man jumped man jumped man jump man jump man jump man they up to something them boys. Just not bluffing. Fact check true. They were not bluffing. Six championships later. Now Take it all together. You can feel Jordan's lessons actually continue to apply. They applied that they apply now. They look to apply tomorrow. Because life's not about avoiding any adversity or trying to prevent ever feeling pain let alone death. It's about what you do when it's time to face them and so everyone's been flocking to this thing and discussing it and feeling it because we're also thinking about success is not just about being better at something than other people at the highest level that a level that Obama was talking about it requires leading the spirit of equality. Competition requires work and driving intensity. Last dance showcasing Jordan's Predator natural ability to also focus despite the adversity. We covered the mounting distractions of modern life to say nothing of the distractions in the life of Michael Jordan. He centered himself and those around him because he believed in himself and then for all that intensity Jordan still live this life and career of an optimist and example of fundamental spirit that maybe people respond to this because we can use that all so much right now. I don't have to tell you at the end of another long week and more weeks to come in this life has many negatives Jordan reminding all that if we try together to face them honestly then we're living in the reality and then we can still choose in our own ways to aspire to be positive. I hope that it's given the maze of people that have touched the optimism and desire to achieve their goals to hard work. Perseverance and positive attitude because limits like fears often just an illusion. Thanks for spend some time with us here on the be with our email. I wish you and yours a safe and great long weekend if you're having one..

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Edward Norton Discusses His New Film 'Motherless Brooklyn'

Popcorn with Peter Travers

11:37 min | 8 months ago

Edward Norton Discusses His New Film 'Motherless Brooklyn'

"Everybody. I'm Peter Travers this popcorn where we tell you what's happening at the movies and there's a movie out now that I truly love called motherless Brooklyn which is written directed and starred my guest Edward Norton Great Devere then too long. It's been way too but I talk about long as long as I've known you which has has to be going on twenty years. We've been talking about mother. It was really you've been. That book came out. Jonathan Lethem's book came out and he said I'm going to do that. Yeah this is going to be. But it's finally here. Peter I told you I would and I did I did but you know I can't wait another twenty wanted to do it. But how do you feel now. Really good I when something's been rattling around your head for a long time it is it is nice to get it out. It's sort of like I relate. My character has to read syndrome and obsessive compulsive disorder and when he talks about having glass in the brain. And that's a little bit how this project was for me. It was like glass in my brain. I want. It was uncomfortable and I wanted to. I did want to get get it out but apart from that personal compulsion to see it through. I'm happy with the way it came out. Maybe maybe more than I usually am. Actually it's saying the things I wanted to say and I think maybe you commented on this. It's it's sort of. I don't think it would have had the resonance that that it has now ten years ago. Honestly We were talking about this before we started just the difficulty of course as he has commented on very eloquently. I think in his kind of elegy to the how difficult theatrical films have gotten how difficult it has gotten to release original theatrical films. It's it's always a struggle for filmmakers to make original Ville visions. It's always been you see the cast we had in this film. We have Bruce Willis and Willem Defoe and Alec Baldwin and Google about the Ron and Bobby Kennedy Volley in great great actors. But you still have to. You still have to sort of struggle to find the resources is you need to make it. And I wasn't and I didn't need them. Two hundred million easy. My I got all my actors working the free on my actors worked for nothing to help me get it made honestly but you still but you still have to still have to figure it out. Well there's so many things in terms of mother Louis Brooklyn about what you have to do even with a studio backing him. You have a movie that maybe they don't know what the title is. Maybe maybe they never read Jonathan's book it'd be they're saying what's it about right. I'll what is this and that money has to be poured into letting them know what it is. Ask because not presold been John Game. Yeah No to do the property those things and look in my case. I I was there saying look. I WanNa make a big old fashioned period epoch about New York in the vein of the Godfather or L. A. confidential confidential. or any any of these great old fashioned movie experiences I think demonstrably audiences really loved right when they're good. We all love of those films and and I wanted to mash it up a little bit with other another type of movie. I love which you also have a pure you know sort of the underdog the the forrest gump. The Rain Man That idea of a a hero. whose very unusual has an unusual condition edition? That you've never seen before that you feel empathy for and the empathy that you feel for him the the fact that you immediately. You're on his side. That's part of what that's what pulls you through. A murky. It takes is one of the nicest guys you've ever played. WELL HE IS I. I think he's well. It's funny and someone said to me you've done a lot of people with Conditions are afflictions. I said No. I've done a lot of people who are fating conditions or yeah like like primal fear baking the score with Deniro in American History X. There's no faking. He's he's just. He's angry mentally ill and the truth is this character. He's not mentally ill he. Just has he has terrip syndrome so people they call him freak show but he's he's smart and he's intelligent. He's he's susu sensitive. The great thing about watching this movie is that it takes awhile sometimes for you to say my brain isn't working like Lionel's right. Oh He's piecing together this puzzle in his own head his own synapses and we're trying to put a linear thing that isn't there. No Oh but I I actually the only thing that I just. I think that Agreeing in house district buys by a certain point story. I think when characters this goes back to like J D Salinger Holden caulfield and catcher in the Rye when sometimes when a character tells you his own story right from the start you you relate you feel the emotional hook and I think if you set that hook early with a character if in this case Lionel in a classic detective voice over where he tells you I have something wrong with me. I struggle with it. I I have friends. Who Understand? Me like Bruce Willis but not everybody does and it's it's tough. You know you start to go. Oh I inside this guy I understand him. You want him to do well. You don't want him to trip himself up. You're always reform. I I just think what you're doing you're saying I don't quite know how he's piecing it together doesn't tell you know and that goes to what you've done with Jonathan Lethem's book set in the late nineties but you send it back in time as through the fifty S. I don't think anybody ever knew what to read sets the well. That's what you just said is part of the reason we put it in the fifties the the the isolation the characters isolation not just in terms of other people being a little less sensitive calling him freak show But if you know that he doesn't even know what he has your even more sympathetic. It's it's it's even more isolating to not know what's wrong with you in some sense but the other thing was honestly Jonathan and I both really like those movies. The the the old fashioned atmospheric feeling of those noir films from that era. The novel motherless Brooklyn Brooklyn is very interior it's inside the characters head but obviously a film is a big a bigger canvas. You have you've got to create a landscape for people to look cat and it's great landscape. Yeah it's that whole fifties thing that's going on in New York and why. Why no is called called motherless Brooklyn Yeah you know why basically has nobody so no one looking for him? But he has Bruce Willis's character yes when a minutes boys so he he has something. And that's how this movie starts. It's about who killed my mentor. Who did this and then we get what to me? She has a real chinatown by. which is where's what's festering underneath this? It's not just who murdered character. What's going on? It's it's what's going on. Well you had the water in La. That was going on. You Know Chinatown chinatowns. Great because it's about La's original sin. It's not just about Out a mystery it's about the idea that La is built on crime. And that's and that's that's what I like about our foams. They they do. What you said is exactly right? It says hey they say hey yes. It's a certain mystery and a certain emotional relationship is driving why he's investigating but really what what this about is the more he he takes us into the shadow we realize there are things going on in what we call our democratic like Galateri in New York society that are violently antagonistic to everything. We say we believe in which we see through the out Baldwin Characters or Robert Moses type character master builder under a person that says I'm GonNa create the city to look like this and then cuts out anybody who's an outside anybody who is into one percenter right which which is what goes to the topicality. Yeah even now and was a racist t the total race. Yeah and I think that idea of the way that the way that we actually baked people talk about institutional racism but discrimination was literally baked into the Way New York was built into a modern city. They literally did do things like lower bridges to the new beaches. They overpasses they set them too. Low for buses is to clear them. Because they didn't want black and Latino minority citizens coming to the new public beaches so they literally limited access and people think that sounds like a conspiracy theory but it happened though it did happen and we see it and yet these are things that you have in your screenplay screenplay this book added to. Yes what was in the book right when you collaborate with somebody like Jonathan Right. WHO's a really terrific right? I really great writer. Is He with you on. I couldn't have done what I did on. This was bowled you could call it. Yeah but but he doesn't say what have you done. No no no no. I wouldn't do that without checking it out out with him. I I felt that I felt there was reasons to set it in the fifties. We talked about that. He liked that idea because he likes those films and I think he he knew is fill his book we had a certain Surreal Meta modernism. If you WANNA call it data it's really about the interior life of this character. He he wasn't so married to the plot per se. The plot didn't wasn't like the story of my family or the story of my city. It was it's a very Byzantine mazed. It's really an excuse to write the character in some sense. You know he also loves Raymond Chandler and you know those guys marlow at the detective. Active in Chandler with went through a couple of novels right so we kind of approached it like his great character going into another the next another another story in terms of taking a movie which you've described we've talked about it now and putting it on the screen. Do you worry about it reaching reaching an audience putting out kind of putting out work that you do that you you have a deep feeling for is always It's always got Certain emotional risk no matter how thick skin you get over the years no matter how many no matter how many you know. I've been through quite a few experiences like I'm getting a a nice honor from the camera. Image Festival in Poland this year. It's the Great Cinematography Festival right. And they sent me a rundown of the films they wanted to review in this thing. And it's amazing like at the top line of of those kinds of assessments of films. I've done that people think are really Definitive or something like that. You have like fight club. And he's always in there and the twenty fifth and American history x is always in there and none of those films did well.

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"chinatown chinatown" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:31 min | 9 months ago

"chinatown chinatown" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"One of those you came to the right place today we're talking about those regular joints and with me is marker what's of hidden Boston dot com one such places a neighborhood tavern a neighborhood bar called the corner pub can't get a more generic name than that right mark that's for sure it certainly edge of the let the district by Chinatown Chinatown kind of been coaching a letter just and it looks a little rough me outside and we don't want it more wild and rough at times a lot of loud people but it's that tough at all and it's it's it's one of the last remaining neighborhood joins in downtown Boston there's very few left and yeah the place to go for a burger a steak and cheese maybe tater tots wings chicken tenders and cheap beer and shot so what's your idea that women a tater tots you sold me right there with you can stop with tater tots that's the one appetizers ever I think the best absolutely and it's nice to know that these places still exist and again the corner pub in the leather district is one such place you read about them on hidden Boston dot com well I'll by the next round of tater tots then okay her height he's marker which joining the Jordan rich here on connoisseurs corner WBZ Boston's newsradio Australia's sacred order room has been permanently close to climbers but not before visitors were able to give it one last got money to spend as much time in a row and James Martin did just that the thirty eight year old was the last person to climb the bright red monolith once known as Ayers rock that now goes by the indigenous name or group Friday marked the last day for those wanting to climb the side after a long legal battle from indigenous communities consider the land sacred Martin has a message for future generations it is for all of us to enjoy the entire planet is for us to look out for a stroll in government gave ownership of Uluru back to their knowledge of people in nineteen eighty five Todd and ABC news a violent early morning in Roxbury three people shot one is dead WBZ's are calling with that story and more coming up in the news at nine thirty searching the internet is great it stinks I've typed in happiness and I still can't find it type in replacement windows you get five billion pages it's like playing where's Waldo but he changed his shirt and got contacts so I got an idea instead of doing a search do an internet find take then right window and there you go no more searching right window quality energy star windows installed here's the deal say fifty dollars each.

"chinatown chinatown" Discussed on Asian, Not Asian

Asian, Not Asian

04:04 min | 11 months ago

"chinatown chinatown" Discussed on Asian, Not Asian

"A three bedroom apartment and i had family my in my better oh chinatown chinatown chinatown and then like the next building was like a nice building probably don't talk to the fish market at school. No it was like it was great. It was good. It was wonderful well because it was like exactly where i was at in my life so much better. There's no i fully fuck across the well with no fucking money to pursue xuemei dream and this is what i get the mice were also acting class south law and order while i was living there and i was so happy with my first was t._v. Credit and i really wanted to tell somebody but i couldn't tell anyone because no game and nobody wants to get that apartment. I called my mom who speaks chinese. <hes> eh asian singapore chinese network didn't believe asian. That's a whole communities. I've had so many people tell me to my face and i'm not asian yeah 'cause they are full asia. Yeah yeah yes. I didn't believe it until my mom spoke to them and explain the situation mommy's boy i love that i'm sorry mom him did so much for me. Gentlemen <unk> just to give me a chance just to give me a chance in life like it's almost like i like everything to do. You know what i mean realized. This is like the people who've done the most for me and my life have all been women of kayla like even personally professionally. Yeah sure you know what i mean like. It's it's it's it's wild wild and so it was like i like it's completely kind of like going to say informs <hes> my view of things especially politically and socially and so and so forth but fucking motza what about way so you did law then you said you were in modern family. Uh things that were fairly small then you got insecure. I just want to ask you this because like mike always talk about this in comedy that moment you gotta be ready ready for the moment. Did you feel like this is a big step right from having one line amman and family so did you did you feel ready what some of the things that are going through their mind. When you looked at man oh man impostor syndrome which i've carried with me for the past eighteen months ago yeah man. I had a nervous breakdown outta panic attack while i would you know while i was shooting really how i'm gonna tell you which episode my longest running friendship since birth he he died while <hes> we were shooting <hes> and that kind of just a little bit because you know i'm on l._a. New york is different. I've been here about five six years. I have a community here. <hes> you know my girlfriend seat. I feel you know i feel comfortable. You know feel at home here l._a. I don't <hes> and so like i was in l._a. I was my first big gig. <hes> i'm going up against you. You know these like yeah kind of like superstars on is like totally gone. Isa is yeah the total icon package. You know what i mean. Is that like i'm in the middle lavar like newness and then you know one of my life kind of like pillars of identity felt like it was taken from me and i and i wasn't there <hes> and so like i had had all these going around and i already have like i'm bipolar <hes> with anxiousness and so like all of it coming together was just like a lot yeah and then i kinda just had to like pretend i wasn't there <hes> so you know i smoked a little weed. Go got it out of my system and then we'd really doesn't help because it's a psychotic really anyway that was that was later down the track <hes> but yeah it just takes <hes>. It's it's taken a lot. Actually you know and that's why that's why i said what i said the other day <hes> during the panel about like you know my self perception of you know being being found attractive man. You guys ever get like your heart for an asian like. I've i've had that work..

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"chinatown chinatown" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:18 min | 1 year ago

"chinatown chinatown" Discussed on KCRW

"Album Joshua tree your bathing culture with Adlai Tory M. recent guests in our KCRW studios live session which you can revisit anytime at KCRW dot com and the new single from the new pornographers to begin the show today falling down the stairs of your smile still to come we have music new from Rafael city the song from elbow to share with you also leaders from angel Olsen mac demarco and the electric gas so a few tickets for you chance to see Edward Sharpe and the magnetic zeros with Alton tune in phosphorescence live at the Greek also tickets coming up for better oblivion community center at the Wiltern hand the chance to win a box at the bowl for America in space a celebration of the fiftieth anniversary of the Apollo eleven moon landing at the bowl KCRW sponsors include cases Amazon prime video the presenting the Amazon original series the marvelous Mrs Maisel from creator Amy Sherman Palladino now nominated for twenty and including outstanding comedy series and directing episodes available consider Amazon dot com support comes from Los Angeles Chinatown presenting Chinatown summer night Saturday August tenth in central plaza west plaza and Mandarin plaza explore Chinatowns restaurants bars and unique merchants in galleries dance to case here W. DJs role compost and met you strive and check out bands on the LA weekly stage food drinks arts and crafts and more sample what all of China town has to offer visit at LA Chinatown Chinatown summer night dot com well don't like summer slip by without visiting our events in Chinatown so the next one and the last one for the summer season is this Saturday night details go to KCRW dot com slash summer nights Monday on press play loyal law school professor Jessica Levinson is an expert on the constitution the first amendment protects your right to speak but also protects your right not to speak every Monday she's here to break down the legal stories dominating the news there's a reason that none of us and talked about the but you can't indict a president clause of the constitution I'm Madeline brand our.

"chinatown chinatown" Discussed on Asian, Not Asian

Asian, Not Asian

02:05 min | 1 year ago

"chinatown chinatown" Discussed on Asian, Not Asian

"A three bedroom apartment and i had family my in my better oh chinatown chinatown chinatown and then like the next building was like a nice building probably don't talk to the fish market at school. No it was like it was great. It was good. It was wonderful well because it was like exactly where i was at in my life so much better. There's no i fully fuck across the well with no fucking money to pursue xuemei dream and this is what i get the mice were also acting class south law and order while i was living there and i was so happy with my first was t._v. Credit and i really wanted to tell somebody but i couldn't tell anyone because no game and nobody had to get that apartment. I called my mom who speaks chinese. Eh asian singapore chinese network didn't believe asian. That's a whole communities. I've had so many people tell me to my face and i'm not asian yeah 'cause they are full asia. Yeah yeah yes. I didn't believe it until my mom spoke to them and explain the situation mommy's boy i love that i'm sorry mom him did so much for me. Gentlemen <unk> just to give me a chance just to give me a chance in life like it's almost like i like everything to do. You know what i mean realized. This is like the people who've done the most for me and my life have all been women of kayla like even personally professionally. Yeah sure you know what i mean like. It's it's it's it's wild wild and so it was like i like it's completely kind of like going to say informs <hes> my view of things especially politically and socially and so and so forth but fucking motza what about way so you did law then you said you were in modern family. Uh things that were fairly small then you got insecure. I just want to ask you this because like mike always talk about this in comedy that moment you gotta be ready..

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"chinatown chinatown" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

News & Talk 1380 WAOK

07:25 min | 1 year ago

"chinatown chinatown" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

"Happening? Welcome back. Anything goes Friday. Let's go to the calls four zero four eight nine two. Two seven zero three we got midtown. Mario good day. Welcome. Hey, good morning. How's it going good? How are you? One second. I'm sorry about that. I was meeting. Hey, I'm doing fine. Happy friday. Happy Friday just wanted to call in and say happy Friday. I just felt like saying that. Yesterday with Stacey. Wow. Well, let me say miss April. I'm sorry. I thought it was very informative. I think she said she tell us by the end of March, which is an important distinction. Because I mean, she might drop the bombshell today or did say by the end of March as a matter of fact when she decided to run for governor. If you recall ahead her own my program one day after she announced, the exploratory committee, basically, okay? So I had her on my program as she said, I will take a couple of weeks or something like that. And she actually made the decision by that Friday or Saturday. So it absolutely could drop before the end of March. And wouldn't it be nice? If she came and dropped it on wwl Kia. How how exciting with? I'd be. Yeah. Can't wait. And I'm I'm already chided about it. What do you follow my logic? As to what office it will possibly. Okay. I do. And I think she is destined for a much bigger stage. Anyway, I mean, I certainly like to see her in the governor's mansion after reduced great job there. But I think her platform is so much bigger. So I think she has the capacity for bigger, and I'm just whatever she decides to do would be an asset to the state, and I'm just looking forward to it. I just can't wait. Right, man. Have a great weekend. Four zero four eight nine two two seven zero three Charles in DC Charles day. Welcome. I'm not so happy. But I am glad it's Friday. Yeah. You know, I'm beginning to feel this this new hot Tamale Tamale affectionally known as a oh, see. Yeah. And these questions that she's asking, you know, she's asking questions that even some members of the CBC won't won't ask so shout out to her. Well, well, let let's say this congresswoman court tabs. Is fierce and fearless. She has been able in a very short amount of time. She has already been able to basically successfully coordinate an actual policy from Democrats as it relates to the environment. Something that Democrats independently have supported, but she has been able to really lassoed them around an idea. Now, what does that say to me that says to me that this woman is more than a spokesperson that she has the ability to organize from within. So I'm looking for more to happen. We're talking about a few weeks Charles a few weeks. This woman was able to do this. Yeah. And she was a bartender anti came in here. And she's rocking the house. Now that begs the question, what has the CBC been door for the past sixty five years, but anyway, Stacey Abrams, I think she will be great in the Senate, right? If she doesn't run for the Senate, then I think it's and I say this with all due respect with all appropriate affection. Georgia's spiff needs needs new blood. So if it's not going to be Stacey than maybe Qassim re would be a good person to to bring new energy into Georgia's fifth. But it's it's time for that that there should go into a different direction. Because if you look at what the current congressman from the fifth is doing his support for HR twenty two eighty two I just think tapper taproom to go, and I got a question for you were shot. Do you believe that our people were better off before? Integration. Yes. Or no. That's a mixed bag, and let me tell you. Why? I don't believe integration was the. Downfall. And some people will argue that. And I understand the point of the argument, but I would argue against that to me. It was never integration. Integration created access. Integration allowed for mobility free mobility, integration allowed for services to be rendered in a way that was appropriate and non-bias. But what it also did it was a prerequisite or should I say a catalyst to assimilation a simulation was a mindset that suggested and in some instances mandated that you be like the oppressor, you be like a white man or white woman in order to achieve equality. The problem with that is black folks. Dan left black hotels. They stop shopping at black businesses. They stop eating at black restaurants in order to achieve equality with whites. They will take their dollars into white establishment drying up the economic. The force of the black community. So it was not to me. It was not the. The coordinated effort of accessibility through integration. But rather the mentality of assimilation that hurt. But don't you see how like when certain communities build walls around their communities? They make progress, for example, we can look too many major cities and find a Chinatown Chinatown is not there because of a wall Chinatown is there the cost of Chinese. They have they have a historical reality of dealing with other folks that look Chinese. That's why those that come from India they deal with individuals here from India, we have a we have a population of North Korean students Korean students in university. I didn't realize that when Koreans come to America. Does basically a Korean guide that they all get and they understand all things Korean in the United States from shops to eat two locations to get. Furniture. It goes on and on right? But they are accustomed to dealing with folks that look like them. So there's a different context when you talk about black people in America black people don't have the same context. Well, when I say, well, I'm not talking about a literal wall. I'm talking about a metal metaphorical in where I'm going with all of this is that. You know, when the subject was raised earlier about civil rights, and what Trump's come in and on. I'm not gonna defend that. I don't think anybody can defend that trying to defend this is dumb is trying to defend baby killing, but I will say that there's an argument to be made that we were much better off prior to integration. And I think you very well articulated their point. All right, thanks. I appreciate your call four zero four eight nine two two seven zero three. It is anything goes, Friday, whatever's on your mind is on my mind. Let's get at four zero four eight nine two two seven zero three reels man on radio. The.

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"chinatown chinatown" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"chinatown chinatown" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Menu. Rice soy sauce. Peas and carrots and dinner rolls. Okay. And this is the Chinatown Chinatown bag fit goes to Chinatown and then also for our community right here. This in line George country is director of glides free meals program. He says people would sell the frozen Turkey for five dollars or leave them on the sidewalk because in an SRO hotel. They may not have an oven Liaoning consideration that they can't cook a Turkey a hot played or you know. What they may have in their unit. Twenty three hundred full Turkey meal bags with cranberry, stuffing gravy are being delivered to the baby. Oceanside and other San Francisco neighborhoods in San Francisco. Holy kwan. KCBS KCBS news time one oh six and new official figures put the insured losses from this year's camp. Wolsey and hill fires at over nine billion dollars. KCBS reporter Keith men Coney says the figures arrive as the insurance industry adapts to the new normal of California's devastating year round fires going to Wednesday press conference, California insurance Commissioner Dave Jones ticked through the grim numbers that size up the damage, but he says that behind the numbers are real people that have suffered real tragedies people that have lost their homes lost all their belongings lost their jobs in some cases, lost their lives. Be insured losses from October and December of last year actually, rose even higher to twelve billion dollars. But Jones says the discrepancy has to do with the average prices of. Of homes and affected areas. And that this year's campfire was indeed the most.

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"chinatown chinatown" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

05:17 min | 1 year ago

"chinatown chinatown" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"So do stick around right now we're talking about creative driving in New Jersey. And some of the some of the moves that have been made by you on jersey roads. Let's talk to Mike in Howell on New Jersey one zero one. Point five. Hey, how are you? I'm good you. I'm doing good. Thank you. So that's one time when I was driving on Parkway, and I must visit been going way over the speed limit. And I was stopped by police officer. And he stopped me asked me why I stopped you when I told him. Yes. 'cause I was feeding these just no I'm on way to an interview and say important for me to try to be on time for this interview in order for me to try to get this physician. Right. And he said one second I the guy literally ran his police car. She was back in thirty seconds with a small ticket like a broken headlight. Which of course, I just paid. It didn't bother. Oh, yeah. That's a lot of times. I thought that was very very special. That was. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. That was right. Yeah. She sometimes they'll be able to you know. They can get you off the hook and make a few dollars for themselves, or at least, you know, be able to rationalize the stop. Because a lot of times, you know, like, the will tell you. Well, I can I really started writing your ticket. Or once we pull you over we have to go through with it. But again, if you're good to the cop if you act like an a whole the cop is gonna pretty much what you're you know, what I mean that he knows what your intentions are. If you're knucklehead you're gonna you're gonna pay for it. I thanks for the call to New Jersey one zero one point five, which if you're not enough ahead. He always reason with the cop and let them know. I think I'd have to tell you this. I didn't think I didn't think of it until someone told me SEO only reason why I would tell you, you know, like when I was a kid I was allowed mouth and and knucklehead mouth off to the cop. And all that I curse the cop out talion once since his name was Caputo said this is such not a good idea. But you know, but then one day somebody sat me down, you know, a friend of mine. Christen said, oh husband who would he be it for you know, it'd be nice to GOP. Let him know what you're doing. And. You know, you have a problem. Mike thing was I would get out of the car and that would drive him nuts. Yeah. Don't tell me to get back in the car. You can't get stupid from there. And I was going gonna win anything. But then I learned you know, as you learn you acquire PBA cars, which is also good. But you know, the policemen really is our friend what eight hundred two eight three one zero one point five or gimme some of those creative moves that you've made in New Jersey. Kyle letter cutting across three lanes of traffic trying to make an illegal turn because you late for work, and he wants to get in work because he doesn't want to deal with the coach. And by the way, Tom Coughlin wasn't the giant coach at the time because that I can understand Tom Coughlin. Be at the meeting five minutes before I can understand him wanting to like make it on time. Pat, Shurmur has any idea what he's doing? Let's see I'm going to put together a team with no blocking and never done that name to come up with some creative plays. It gets. You know, the other guys the ball and get it out of his quarterbacks hands, but I guess one eight hundred two eight three one zero one point five have you ever done anything crazy? In the name of getting to work on time on the roads of New Jersey. Have you ever like, you know, passed a bunch of cars or made a risky traffic move that you later regretted or you can't believe you did that, you know, have you ever parked in a space that you shouldn't have in an attempt to get to work on time? And then guide out the fix it. Only to find out that you got a three hundred dollar ticket. That'll be something. I'll give you another one. I'll give you another one. I'm in Chinatown Chinatown, and I am parked in the Philadelphia parking lot. I am six inches. Over the yellow line. I didn't even realize it hundred and fifty dollar ticket. They want money. They just they just see cars is Luke cash. Registers driving around the city, judging gene, gene has their own reality show, the Philadelphia parking was. One eight hundred two eight three one zero one point five, but it's the same thing in jersey. You know, it's the same thing in jersey, and as it ever happened to you. You know, what was some of the things that you have done in an attempt to get to work, or what are some of the things that you have done in New Jersey when you are just so aggravated by the way, people drive, and it's got nothing to do with anything else. But you are in that moment you are in that moment. And while it's happening. You get nuts, or is that just me just edges me. Do. I have driver rights. You can admit it. It's just you and me, and tens of people who's gonna know hundred two eight three one point five, Chris. You'll save humanity, buddy. You know, when you commit on Saturday and Big Joe says ain't crash anybody traveled about bad driving you saying now, I know what you're talking about. Joe? Here's brandy. Two eight three point five. A love journal Gomez said New Jersey one.

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"chinatown chinatown" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

03:08 min | 1 year ago

"chinatown chinatown" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Whitey on the moon, and I can't pay my rent the now Whitey on the moon moon. You kidding me? So what does that doing? You know, what it is? You know, what it's doing in their they're racists. That's what the lefties, and they're all white liberals living in Hollywood and multi-million dollar houses having sex with the somebody's twelve year old daughter in the hot tub, like Roman Polanski, you know, that's the real quay lewd rape scandal is, and I don't know why didn't figure this before. Now, you know, Roman Polanski the Hollywood hero director. He did make Chinatown that's a real good movie. Not happens to nosey fellas. That lose their nose next time. I'd take it home to my goldfish Roman Polanski in Chinatown Chinatown. But then he gave quay Likud's to thirteen year old girl and champagne took her into the hot tub and repeatedly literally not didn't like jump her and scare sexually assaulted or raped her repeatedly, and her repeated ways and a myriad ways. And he had to flee the country because he's on the Lam from the law, and when they gave him an Oscar a few years ago, they gave him a standing ovation forgiving quail leads to thirteen year old girl and repeatedly raping her. And then they accuse Judge Kevin now Justice cavenaugh of giving quite leads two girls at red solo Cup parties until you actually have the woman on camera. What did you see him do? Well, I did see him handing out red solo cups at a party. So they've got this Whitey on the moon stuff. And then they have and I was watching the movie at wet by quickly. But I saw LA Raza protests sign, and I said did LaRosa even exist in nineteen sixty-nine when Apollo eleven launched when man I walked on the moon when the uninteresting taciturn unfriendly prickly. Neil Armstrong who has children and wife didn't really like him when they all do that. Larosa was created. I went home and looked it up which maybe they should have done nineteen Seventy-three nineteen Seventy-three four years after and by the way, it means the race which is racist. Imagine a white group called the race. They'd be wearing pointed white hats, and these people are wearing they should be wearing pointed Brown hats. Because they're the real racists in the conversation. Just by the way, President Trump has been on a tear on Twitter this morning. But that did that hurt me. I know you're you're shaking your head at me a little bit lozad electric, the LaRosa thing. And I'm like really they've got LaRosa. They're putting in a plug the Hollywood filmmakers for the race, the racists, it should be called LA Raza. It's. Lorazepam? It's I think I'm going to call it that from now on. The racists. But they've got they've got the lefties in Hollywood they've got LaRosa protesting nineteen sixty-nine. That's what you'd call an anachronism did not exist in that timeframe. Tax is taken.

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"chinatown chinatown" Discussed on Whimsically Volatile

Whimsically Volatile

04:08 min | 1 year ago

"chinatown chinatown" Discussed on Whimsically Volatile

"I don't. I think the food's fine. The blitzes. No, you can't get. No, you can't get the pastry stuff there. The do now does not taste right. The the, the pastry stuff is always bad. It's really, it's just never right. And then I think I got sick off a Reuben last time I ate there. So the thing is like if you're a Jewish deli shot out the Serge's on the west side in New York, a real fucking Jewish deli, twenty four hour. Deli is the shit at some of the food ever like a really good multiple soup. A love that shit, though this. What about green blasts? Greenglass is fucking amazing. Corinne blankets, just so we're not like shitting all LA. No. I like Kanter happen to get kinda. Go back to Kansas. And there's that one bobby's beef shack bright by the beef house beef barn. Bobby's lady hippies, beef curtains eight after the movie the it was on swingers Springer's. So it's all right. Yeah. Yeah. I like I like, what's your favorite? LA diner a lot of them, but bread sixty two. Those seems pricey to do like it. Remember day creating the country and creek travel guide to Los Angeles, Fred sixty two in those fields, and they have terrific malteds they have and they have good chili too. I had the chili pie. That's right. That's by frito pie. Sorry. Three. Oh, the served in a frito bag. Actually, my favorite is probably Cindy's in eagle rock. Oh, it's only open during the day, but it's a really good diner. Everything's made from scratch. All the sauces are made from scratch. Also really like this one downtown in Chinatown Chinatown called Knicks. Knicks ham house next ham house? Yeah, it's delicious. Him house. They make the ham there. No, no, they're famous for their hand. They, they do. They're famous for your home to famous sausages where both. Yeah. What rule out don't be so narrow minded favorites. My fruit barn and my wagon versus you. We have very versus sorry v. verse v fevers verse. Have you ever met her verse, you know, have a big fan, but I never seem to be able to get to her show when she, you know, factually performing product to be verse Iverson. Dusty tornado doing it will Bill soon. -absolutely shout out Keating savage. My adopted son head partner in a musical project. Yeah, motherfucker. He did a great version of any in the jets when we were carrying on time. Karaoke piece actually karaoke you that time Shakespeare Shakespeare actually. We, I love doing Kerry Cariocas fawn. Now it's one thing that's an LA thing. Yeah, they do it New York, not the same vibe. Also somebody like super talented people that also can just sing their ass off that live here like the guy next door might be able to really sing. It's just very LA for that. Yeah. What's your go-to karaoke jam. I tell you, I tend to shy away from anything with vocals. No, I. I like Rb. Ballads of the seventies. Yeah. Yeah. Your your arm be knowledge is. That's my my inexperience. Yeah, brothers, Bobby call. Well, sure something with some with some soul on. Yeah, yeah, yeah. I usually like to say, I can't do very well, but that's the music. I think you do a good job and I think that doesn't matter. It's all about the enthusiasm for every everybody brings a different thing to carry. Okay. That hot out. Cut out. Okay. Cut out height. I e speaking g may Tim when you got got lines both on the my, but I in days. Oh shit. That's legit. That's. Legit. So you how many times you've been to Japan? I never. I've actually never been through the Tokyo airport for four hours. Go into some other gig in Asia? Yeah. By been tying ago, we'd never. Neither of us have been. Amazon are going to Japan. They're hunting lovely. Oh, cool. That's why we're having on after we want to get all the stories, other Japanese food, Japanese, sherzer of I love her Asala..

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"chinatown chinatown" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

11:01 min | 1 year ago

"chinatown chinatown" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"WBZ indeed three oh, eight o'clock. Mike Lavalle is your producer. I'm the host Bradley Jay as we ease into another weekend. So everybody's on the edge of this eat now, including Mark and me. Trying to find out about scallops because it's so hard to find good scallops, and I don't wanna get burned on scallops anymore because that's always -fensive, and I have them for my birthday. It's my big birthday dinner. And I don't want to be like those were bads call up some my birthday dinner. So I'm really excited to find out from Chuck and Belmont. Who's a chef? How to find more about the difference between the goods call ups in the bed scallops, and how to find the good dry pack scallops, so take it away. Yeah. It's kind of like trying to get the best wines the best starting places to make friends with somebody who has a wine shop, and then Tom what you're looking for. So if you make friends with good fish purveyors, and like the one at the Boston public market, they're great and just tell them what you want. And when you want them, they'll they'll source out the best scouts ratio. They'll get the dry pack, which is what you want because they haven't been washed in any preservative. They haven't been frozen the drive pack ones have been frozen freezing. Really destroys the texture of the meat. And then when you cook scallops all the water runs out of them, and it leaves him, very mealy. So you want super fresh scallops? But if you tell them, you get a good fish purveyor, and you tell them when you want them another good fish purveyor over in Brooklyn is wall state been in business for like one hundred years. So this seems crazy expensive to me. Are they are they not? I mean, they are kind of expensive. But I mean the best way to eat scallops. And I'm a chef the best way for my perspective to eat them raw. So I like them super super fresh, obviously, he just little lemon and olive oil marinate burbs. But if you're going to broil them, you you want scallops that you really could eat raw because you're going to cook them rare, right, right? So even if you. Do you want the highest quality? If you get to know, a decent fish purveyor who's in your neighborhood, or you know, if you need to travel, they just tell them this is what I'm looking for. Okay. Paxi scalp. Still get you some sea scouts that were in the water that day, that's cool. And then the other thing is you want divers scallops if you can get them. The difference in the divers cows that divers actually go into water, and they grab the scallop. So they're going by you know, the kind of scored their way jet their way to the water table. The other scallops are dredged they drop a net, and they'd tragic them up with a whole bunch of mud, and they may drag them for a while before they bring them up, and they can case kind of muddy so divers scouts are more expensive. But they're worth it because the flavors amazing and sculpture, so rich, you don't need a lot of really really rich. I'm really excited. Now, you eat them raw Ecorse. Yes. I used to be super big super bag into that was my thing. I'm yeah. But now, I got I got sick not always is. But I just got a little taste of what real sick from food. And you hear about. Been bad. With scallops. I fishermen who never eat anything raw. But go eat scallops raw scallops is they're real sweet. And they have a beautiful flavor destroyed when you cook them all the way through when you see like bay scallops, which are like little bon-bons from the cedar so delicious. But like in a clam shack somewhere a lot of times though by the bay scallops win. They're cheaper some season any freeze them. So they may have been in a freezer for a year or more. You really don't want those Ross right and people used to the fried scallops. He get clam shacks. But when you get scouts rather, see you can eat those raw, and it really isn't an issue. So why why is it not an issue where it is with other stuff? Okay. So with what we call scallops, actually, just the doctor muscle. It's the muscle that moves the show up and down, and it's very powerful. And that's why scallops. So the only by valve mollusc Quebec, swims if you well it moves through the water table because clamps down so hard. So whenever you have whole muscles. Let's say like steaks, you can eat rare or almost raw because the whole muscle. It's not ground in a lot of Oregon's around. Yeah. Would you eat an oyster you're eating all the organs to so they can be muddy and affected by the water around him almost always when you get sick from an oyster. It's because they're in water that they shouldn't be in. There was this one restaurant years ago and won't mention it. But it was considered the best restaurant in the entire world. But they sent like nine hundred diners to hospital because they were getting. Oysters from a place that was near some sewage. You know, I think I know the place I think how the playoffs. So it always you want the cleanest most pristine east coast. Oysters are great because they tend to be from very cold, very pristine waters. But you're eating the whole animal, whereas with scallops you're just eating that muscle now. The other foot side of that is for me. If you're gonna cook stops at that's way, is to get whole live scallops take the top shell off and take the belly off and fishmongers will do this for you. But to have what we call the scallop, which is the muscle in the row in the spring the orange row scalp down. Yeah. What if you boil them together? It's amazing. It's almost like having a scallop Pat on the side. Where can you get the whole scallop in the show again? If you ask go fish purveyor use it can get him for because they'll do is. They'll look for ones that have a lot of ro. They'll source it for you. How do they not? In in Chinatown. You can get hold scallops. Most of the restaurants Chinatown do whole scholar. Would you buy them there? Yeah. Because they get them all year round. And they don't always have row, but they do coal scout spoiled with like ginger and scouting. And so you would trust the. Hygiene of the scallops scallops. When you go to Chinatown, if you eat the kinds of things that the Chinese eat. They're pretty good about it because they're eating so things like periwinkles like little snails. Those are usually pretty good Royal whole Scarlets pretty good because most Americans don't go for it. And. The thing is stuffed American eat Chinese don't go for. So we're limited by limited quantities. And there's a fast turnover of it. So where can I get whole scallops in Chinatown? Why would I are they cheaper there? Well, no, you want somebody to cook them for you. You know, that's. Still gonna be a little bit pricey. But the thing can you need all scallops. It has a different flavor almost tastes like waster. And you're you're only going to get a couple of them as an appetizer. Maybe two three of them something like that. So you get sound like you've got a big play the scallops you have a recommendation for a place. Yeah. Always peach farm, so he's. Oh. Farmers the place where pretty much every chef goes in Chinatown Chinatown. Pizza. Yeah. Means called Peachtree Peachtree fire. So is that a is that a restaurant? Yeah. That's the name of that. And it's one of those places where you go in a first thing. Chefs does is he looks through the swinging doors into the kitchen and their kitchens, always real clean and the food. There is always good. And it's been a chef haunt for decades. So that's the place that everybody on the chefs go. Wow, I learned so much. There's a lot to know. So there's before you go we had a caller say where can I get the dry pack scallops, and you said wolf's, and you said, yeah. Wolfson Brookline and then also read Steph in the. The public market over obey. We're Haymarket is. But it's in the building. Yeah. Pasta. In south Boston. There's a lot of fish Lambert's. If you just ask them. If you just ask them, you know, that they have like a counter where they serve, you know, people either cutting him back for the because a lot of them do just industrial sales to March restaurants, and that kind of thing, but a lot of them have a little counter, they'll sell the customers, just commend. So what's a good one Boston? I don't really go there that much because I buy right from fishermen. Lamberts? Yeah. That sounds familiar. All right. Boy. Anything with an Irish name and south is going to be good for. All right. Well, thank you. Can I throw in one power ballad suggestion? Yeah. Absolutely. From jets. That's good. Absolutely. Thank god. I would buy me out if I had to tell you know. Wasn't restaurant in wherever it is. Yeah. It's urban J E R B A L. See we're right in the centre of Boston right across the street from park plaza. We just got the best of Boston award for best Italian from Boston magazine, and the improper so you can look up there aren't there. I walked by there all the time. If I pop in when do you work? I'm there every night school. Boy. That's great, man. Thank you very much. All right. Take care has a good one Erbil Luce. Over at five. I think I have a thing to do tonight. Boy, I I can't I'm so thankful for his information. Never again. Never again, supermarkets scallops. I'm tired of being ripped off. Guy was good, right, Mark. And Mark Mark's very much. Food dude. I remember everything he said, I don't need notes. Peach farm. Tyler Mark already looked it up. So as urban impeach him. I had to cancel my trip. Go to these places. Let's take a break and. Talk to him. Let's see Bob in Florida. Cates. WBZ?.

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"chinatown chinatown" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:25 min | 2 years ago

"chinatown chinatown" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"He will have some rain showers become increasingly likely into the early evening, maybe thunderstorms with heavy rain and the flash flood watch remains in effect through tomorrow morning areas of urban and poor drainage areas will flood with successive thunderstorms moving through. Flash flooding possible It's four o'clock This is WNYC FM HD and. AM New York Either Stephen dubner this summer we've been bringing. You some of the best shows from our archive this week's episode has weirdly become even more. Relevant since it first aired in two, thousand twelve? It's called the truth is out there isn't it We've updated some. Key facts and figures when relevant hope, you enjoy Either How are you I recently had lunch in Chinatown Chinatown in New York City where I live with a very pleasant. Fellow named, Carlos I ala we met up at a place called the golden unicorn to eat something I'd never had. Before, chicken feed also. Notice chicken pause now I Allah is the guy you want to eat chicken pause with he works. At Purdue farms the fourth largest chicken producer. In the US he's the vice, president of international which means I'm in charge of everything that Purdue does on the food side. Of the business so the chicken and turkeys that's outside of, the United States and my main focus was on exporting products that are not so desired in the US sending overseas and you are a fan. Of the paw you like to. Eat the chicken it's like hair. Club for men you're not just, a? Spokesman Europe right you. Love the park. That's very true it's it's actually the best part of the checking as far, as I'm concerned it's. My favorite thing This is freakonomics radio show that explores. The didn't sign every Here's your Stephen Today,.

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"chinatown chinatown" Discussed on Never Seen It

Never Seen It

03:30 min | 2 years ago

"chinatown chinatown" Discussed on Never Seen It

"I, yeah, it was incredible run also just to make a quick addendum to my previous comment about only crying in a league of their own and dirty dancing. I also I've never been able to watch Brokeback mount without crying at the end. Like that's just I'm so happy. I didn't live name any Matt Damon movie because I was trying to think of Matt, Damon movie that would ever make someone cry. Yeah. Like I just can't watch him without dude. Will hunting can get you a little bit, but that's nice. It's more the Robin Williams when he Chris as you cry with them guys, we've come to the end here. We're going to play through guess what movie cause data describing based on having had only seen the movie trailer. Never having had her the movie, and we remember we left off with the title popping up. So here we go. You can let it play all the way through if you want. Okay. Wow. This one just through the title up right there at the beginning. So he's standing out there in the desert in his old timey hat. It's always funny when they look through binoculars and the camera frames the shot like it is the binoculars. He's investigating shouldn't have jumped that fence. I guess he's a private eye asking all of the right question. He's jumping another fence. There's romance brewing. He slapped her. He's noses cut a lot of quick cuts guys in the desert and around town in the same hat. I know this is you do? Yeah. Zing patient. It is not The English Patient holds whole, though the mummy, no older. The are you sure it's nothing. I think we've actually done The English Patient before. I think my dad has done that, but no, it's not since I just he's a private eye. They're all wearing Fedosseeva monitoring, no cousin, mostly conic line from the movie. Has the title of the movie in it. Spartacus. No. Jack Nicholson Chinatown Chinatown. Oh, he does get his nose cut at the end. You his never in a desert though. It probably just looks like the deputy does. I mean, it's a lot of like staying around where there's not water. That's true. That is. Guys, thank you for coming on and and podcast near with this. Thanks for doing the show, let it on them where to find you. If you've got anything going on, you want people to see this new vendors movie that just wrote you can check it out on, follow me on Twitter at it. On Twitter or Instagram or whatever. The new thing is, I'll be a Colonel Sklar. Thank you, and I got a movie on net flicks or think you can buy it on Netflix or buy it elsewhere called awful nice though. You, oh, and it's, you can watch it for free on food do a new platform from the wonderful studio of Sony also. So if you got a Roku or an apple TV, get that blue app and all right, I'm done. I, the coast of podcast called the local news that you can listen to wherever podcasts available that goes that with comedian. Tommy John again, comes out every Tuesday, and then you can find me on Instagram at Alex stone and then the number eleven. That's it. Thanks guys and as always pleased, give us rates interviews and subscriptions and all the podcast things do podcast you like and tell your friends about it and if you want, we do fan scripts sometimes. So if you want to write a fan script and send it to us, send us a quick three or four page script, your favorite movie and TV show you've never.

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"chinatown chinatown" Discussed on Black Girl Nerds

Black Girl Nerds

05:17 min | 2 years ago

"chinatown chinatown" Discussed on Black Girl Nerds

"Flooring into iron fifties into misty. You know, she's. Fully in bested in Karachi is now. There's something that happens. It brings her downtown to check on Colleen and Danny, and that's where the journey starts. And so you get to see Missy outside of Harlem outside of uptown, and. It's a different jurisdictions. So it's a different set of problems. It's a different set of super powered people that she has to deal with. And that's exciting. I mean, you know, it's all about the double, you know, and I think in Harlem, you know, she, she knows Luke. She knows bushmaster she knows Mariah. And these are. That she has to deal with on the level, and then she comes down town. The whole issue. Fun. Chinatown Chinatown Chinatown is downtown. How much he about high for those familiar with the series what you all about eating with the comic? Yes. Yes. How different little comic beef from what we see in. I'm, I actually think that they've done a really raven as. Typhoid Mary in the film Electra and is always been interested in the character and Sutton ev- us in the COMEX and educated me a lot and gave me the comics to read. And the essence of the COMEX is a real visceral violence in violence as a response to Truman. Violences response to communication. I think she'd rather be violent and say, Hello. And I think that that has translated ready well into into the series because that's the essence of what raven took in terms of the Arjun story. Maybe there slight departures, but but the fury is. Jeff, you. Famous. Comic right from the beginning close I it's some of them go back to the beginning, but from sixty four on. So you know, being lifelong fan collector getting to finally you like to buy the collection because I. Go through those long boxes start picking up. That I've made us to show. What is that feeling light to see these. I look, it's thrilling look. I, I'm the lucky sky in the world and the coolest job in the world. And and I don't take for granted any day of the week eat, but it isn't just that is. It is working with first of all of the team that I work with as extrordinary like that, you'll, you never get to see these things because they are actually there on the ground trying to make sure that things are happening right on the punisher right now. So seven Quinn or whether it's claims Ray, Tom lever those guys are are, are there Fleischer mega Thomas Radnor, making sure with runaways is going okay. So it's it's that part of it. But the the bigger part is, is that I think particularly now. In a world where it's just really confusing terms out of. Who are heroes, are that the stories that Stanley inject Steve Toco and then later people like ROY, Thomas and Steve Englehart, trae, Conway, hundreds of others, and and they're people that would include me in with that group and I always sort of look at it and go, yeah, I ever comics. I don't wanna think that I contributed to the culture the way that they did, but that was sort of the first thing was to having bought comics for so long. That to go to comic store and see my name on a comic was surreal experience so that to then see those comics. Get turned into television shows and movies, and have that experienced outgo worldwide. And particularly when we're the shows that are on Netflix, which which immediately translate day and date all around the world and something like a hundred ninety countries. That's the part which is which is really throwing that we're, we're telling stories that affect people's lives and that you know whether it's Mary story or whether it's misty story or whether it's the story of this particular case of Danny rand and his journey from from, you know, when we spent a lot of time. So talking about, you know, Jaas Danny's billionaire. Danny is trying to figure out where he is in the world and and this year to ground him and take on the responsibilities as vigilante Chinatown who is trying to sort of make good on a promise that he made Auckland Murdoch died. So in the defenders spoiler alert, sorry, should've watched it..

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"chinatown chinatown" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"chinatown chinatown" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"You improve the neighborhood you would invite investment more people would call me need put some kind of entertainment venue in they're just not the track because twelve racing dates year ain't gonna cut it so again but it could be more of the same you could put single family homes you could do all of that you can put a facility in there and still not attract label that you would need to look at what they did over the past fifteen years or so twenty years in canton i remember driving down some of the streets in canton and it was like driving over the roads at the aberdeen proving ground it was it was just unbelievable and look at we'll look at canton today so again you know i it it can happen but it doesn't happen overnight but as long as there is a strategic plan and you have some investors ready to put money up these stronach group may at least postponed any decision to to move the preakness another example years ago in dc chinatown chinatown was right off new york gav it was kind of run down it was not a neighborhood that you wanted to venture into or you would frequent and then lo and behold after they closed the capital center in largo they built you know the brand new arena right smack dab in the heart of chinatowns where the wizards in the caps now play capital one arena and that arena it just spread out everywhere i'm telling you they have their restaurants now there's a movie theater complex you wouldn't recognize if you remember the old shot down in dc with areas now it is thriving i mean booming lest we forget i go back to what the inner harbor use it like when it was a bunch of old boats in deteriorating warehouses and what have you and look at it today all right it's eight fifty ten minutes now before the hour of not o'clock and you.

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"chinatown chinatown" Discussed on The Weekly Planet

The Weekly Planet

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"chinatown chinatown" Discussed on The Weekly Planet

"But i also think that in because we're like people were so invested in the character they became too shiny and clean because he was just it was his drinking and he's caravan and screaming at the moon festival vessel what he was doing exactly yeah but but as they progress he they became like so if you see them the most the the new opposes they're so clean cox and so fresh and then maladies got so much bounced to its and then he loses it altogether yeah no i don't think maybe the maybe they're all day tom but i don't think that they probably don't hold up i would say another one on here though is one of your fives which i've never seen big trouble in little china i think i've started to watch it once and then didn't want what happened didn't have a heart attack a heart attack yes but what about that from the silent yeah is that good or is that good good it's got its good good i mean it is very much of its time but it is also out of time in so far as it is so weird yeah he's a truck driver who gets involved in we'd ancient chinese magic and he goes on a bizarre adventure through chinatown chinatown is also connected to the world yeah and he and he fights writing and writing writing not just a guy looks like right and co fights that when they took ryden from gay bicycling right he's the he finds the three storms guys who have like halle berry.

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"chinatown chinatown" Discussed on Pure Nonfiction: Inside Documentary Film

Pure Nonfiction: Inside Documentary Film

02:08 min | 2 years ago

"chinatown chinatown" Discussed on Pure Nonfiction: Inside Documentary Film

"Brent more can started out his career with two attentiongrabbing films that he directed with net burstein she was on our podcast last year an episode twenty two their first collaboration in 1999 was on the ropes about three young boxers in brooklyn that was nominated for an academy award they're follow up in two thousand two was the kids stays in the picture based on the autobiography of maverick hollywood producer robert evans my first independent production had its origins over a state dinner with bob count unravelled in original story use writing this about how los angeles insisted water it said in his second reaching eighty six by a mysterious socialite i'm reading and for nicholson i admit nichols defused back became greek pounds has perfect for irish which had called chinatown chinatown immediate takes place in chinatown seat of mine added new at the vote in the room after the kids states in the picture net and bret moved on to separate solo careers brett made chicago 10 about the radicals who clashed with police at the 1968 democratic convention in were later put on trial each of those three films had a distinct style on the ropes was observational the kid states in the picture made inventive use of still images in chicago ten employed full animation to evoke the past brett went on to make a documentary for the rolling stones fiftieth anniversary it's called crossfire hurricane and a film about nirvana bandleader kurt cobain called montage of hack.

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