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"conic magazine" Discussed on Channel 52: The DC Podcast

Channel 52: The DC Podcast

03:41 min | 1 year ago

"conic magazine" Discussed on Channel 52: The DC Podcast

"Seriously if you get a chance. The a everything. There is no mechanism on Google arms on actually scan the original page page document a scam that actually got the Search Forum on blunted is interesting Z. You can see how reload kind of constructing his abilities so that they they kind of. Okay yeah this explains how they work in the past. I did of doing this. How they work now just and makes it one. Continuous cop out. He was KANU made it. Oliver and I mean even seen quasar number two that like unless you had you know like eon appointed you and gave you the banning unlock the full potential because when Bill Clinton quantum jump or anything until eons like Oh there we go bang. Yeah here's a fancy new costume quantum abilities Bam and a shave thankfully all appreciate now his point in lockdown right. Yes because the because the crusader Spoilers I think even for the next part two. I don't think he ever makes contracts or anything right. I don't think he's just flashes in us in the band said make himself strong enough. Know up around the thing a little bit. And if you don't want spoilers for the end the next issue I don't listen to first episode ever or request still need anything else gentleman. No I enjoyed this whole lot. Moreland than the book we read last week. It was more fun and an action and yet raise a exit good. I like the fantastic four to six hundred plus issues to choose from from the initial sixty s run and they were never like Mike Goto book as a kid but I would always just buy them randomly and always enjoy it. But probably get overwhelmed. I can't collect best. There's too many of them. I can't keep those but I would always buy up randomly and Iowa's the you know love read about comic history and stuff like that and know it's always billed as the world's greatest conic magazine but I remember an I look this up. You guys were talking but there is a time where it was kinda cutting it. Close getting into the printer so it in in their early nineties they slipped. One end issued three thirty seven. It's called the world's latest Comic Magazine Issue About Time Travel. Yes all the time sled yeah. Yeah that's Really really great run. Nami we'll set aside the John. The Kirby League hurry issues I mean hundred into issues together vets. Go Amazing. John Byrne Adleman those of us that has or Amazing Walter Simonson on some amazing things to bring it all the way back around Quasar And I don't remember this completely win. They were rebooted after heroes born after your heroes return version. Think is written by Chris. Claremont in her his.

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"conic magazine" Discussed on Capes & Lunatics: Sidekicks

Capes & Lunatics: Sidekicks

09:51 min | 1 year ago

"conic magazine" Discussed on Capes & Lunatics: Sidekicks

"Low. Quantum zone is his Ri- at destroying in some thoughts for cool who is fantastic four hundred contesting for one hundred sixty four Which includes appearance of Crusader anyway? I really enjoyed this is Just recently finished reading an EPI collection of the fantastic. A bit lighter. It was around nineteen eighty seven so looking at Two hundred ninety five to issue three hundred five or something like that. It was really fun and I just love the of the fantastic full comex. I think Rediscovered how cool. I have fun at any way. This issue sixty four was different it was solely written on the. I love classic. But let's talk about Chris Site Guy. I guess he's got while he's pretty much marvel boy Roy because he's got the flashing lights out from his bands Sean of any sort of punting band action. But he's also super strong and and does he fly cover member but he's at least he's very strong And he can take on and quite resilient takes on. The human torches tortures blinds. It was interesting to say in you know a bit of a villain in Doc. He kinda kills that guy with a block. But overall I think it's very cool century comic At that I love especially thing and directing. Wait we will go go at the beginning and any. He's really trying to hurt her on faking kind of getting out of his way and blocking but yet Chris is interesting. I know I'm wondering to what to say this way this goes. There's obviously some sort of parallel universe or from a different time or something and he's had to do a terminal and and Kill Innocent Fella. He's got a few more people to kill. Apparently so I guess we'll figure it all out initially one sixty five Really enjoyed I wonder what your thoughts are on On the crusade I if he know anymore Vadym Hans sites or if you go but SAM. Hey I'm assuming he becomes good again But I wonder why he's not cold Mabul boy anyway. Look portrait of very much. Enjoyed this out. Give this Give it from your writing. Muggy Soulard Bay plus site I'm really digging Vieira Anyway so I just looked up acquaints thirty or thirty. Five will have to go back and look but you can ride. In for Mark gruenwald gilded everything there is about Quasar on and it was a two page Type document one of the things that he has in there is that he says can quantum bands do the May concerts Zabel Evidence Space Time in the actual world matter interview On so he can travel through. This track featureless emerging disappointing physical space. It's variance won't zone in mercury. Once eating you can cross countless light years from singled out if he so desires note however cannot on jumping in atmosphere without Rubio. Oh own it's ozone layer. That's using it for teleportation on earth is out of the question but Round that he eventually spoilers. But then it says laser also use a quantum vance to bolster his metabolism. We have yet to realize this property of band his predecessor. Marmo boy did and use them to give him superhuman strength and prowess which is having rip the side of that building and I mean inform Ray. This isn't the original marvel. I mean read con later that this wasn't the right to be an insane uranian clone of long avoid because he's apparently still on whereas Bill Uranus right and he will come back Bob Grayson. Welcome back in the agents of Atlas mini series. That was some early two thousands. I think it's actually really good deals with guerrilla Venus Marvel boy Agent Holden's never remember all of them. That was it that Jimmy. Woo or whatever Jimmy. Woo Woo. And then Robot eleven or something like that and it one of the side of Nomura Atmospheric characters agents of Atlas. There's a slight wreck Kong that this was never Bob Grayson. That came back to Earth Bob Grayson. He was or was he fill and the Iranian sense that gave him the real quantum bands to earth. Do Stuff with stuff so in Quasar twenty-six when Bring back this past quantum ban welders. He's Ebro packed. Crusader right. That's some version That's a good question because I mean it's not the original Bob Grayson. So true wasn't he didn't while as yes so this has to be the Iranian. This has to be the crusader. Then yet 'cause Bob Grace Middle Vance. You're absolutely right IAN figured that out. Smart so yeah so you guys are smart. I'm just seriously if you get a chance. The a everything. There is no mechanism on Google arms. On actually scan. The original page is page document. A scam that actually got the Search Forum on blunted is interesting Z. You can see how reload kind of constructing his abilities so that they they kind of. Okay yeah this explains how they work in the past. I doing this how they work now just and makes it. Continuous cop out. He was KANU made it. Oliver and I mean even seen quasar number two that like unless you had you know like eon appointed you and gave you the banning unlock the full potential because when Bill Clinton quantum jump or anything until eons like Oh there we go bang. Here's a fancy new costume quantum abilities Bam and a shave offer sheet now. His point in lockdown right. Yes because the because the crusader Spoilers I even for the next part two. I don't think he ever makes contracts or anything right. I don't think he's just flashes in in the band said make himself strong enough. Know up around the thing a little bit. And if you don't want spoilers for the end the next issue I don't listen to first episode ever or request still need so anything else gentleman. No I enjoyed this whole lot. Moreland than the book we read last week. It was more fun and an action and yet raise a exit good. I like the fantastic four to six hundred plus issues to choose from from the initial sixty s run and they were never like Mike Goto book as a kid but I would always just buy them randomly and always enjoy it but probably get overwhelmed with. Can't collect best. There's too many of them. I can't keep those but I would always buy up randomly and Iowa's the you know love read about comic history and stuff like that and know it's always billed as the world's greatest conic magazine but I remember an I look this up. You guys were talking but there was a time where it was kinda cutting it. Close getting into the printer. It in in their early nineties. They slipped one end issued three thirty seven. It's called the world's latest Comic Magazine Issue About Time Travel. Yes all the time sled. Yeah Yeah. That's Really really great run. I mean we'll set aside the John. The Kirby League hertie issues I mean hundred into issues together vets. Go Amazing. John Byrne Adleman. Those of us that has Amazing Walter Simonson on Mailing things to bring it all the way back around Quasar And I don't remember this when they were rebooted after heroes born after your heroes return version. I think it was written by Chris..

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"conic magazine" Discussed on Shop Talk Live - Fine Woodworking

Shop Talk Live - Fine Woodworking

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"conic magazine" Discussed on Shop Talk Live - Fine Woodworking

"Have different skill levels. Woodworking interest design aesthetics makers. You admire workshops tools and projects unique to you. The aspects joined this community together are shared love of the craft the smell of the workshop the challenge of perfection and the chance to create something beautiful. That's why we introduced. Fine woodworking unlimited. Our new membership that gives you access to over forty three years of our content designed to help teach inspire and connect with you. Unlimited members have access to everything fine woodworking including our complete online archive over fifty. Five video workshops and are a conic magazine delivered right to your door no matter where you are on your journey today. Unlimited has something to inspire your next step to learn more go to find ordering dot com slash unlimited. Our question off air. We're talking about catfish and Carp Youtube Channel. Getting real question number three is from Christian. I think this can be quick. Okay I have a question about bansal's do you ever detention your band. Saw's honestly what's the reason do I really need to detention bandsaw? We'RE GONNA GO RIGHT DOWN THE LINE. Yes or no. Do you. Detention your bandsaw white. Which should I do I if I were a better bet I would? That's your local. No no no. It's like one of those file that under great advice I never follow. Yeah Daikin reel off the reasons why you should all right one two three go first off the increased tension before your bandsaw tires to.

"conic magazine" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:58 min | 2 years ago

"conic magazine" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Was the name behind conic magazines like ebony and jet, but Johnson publishing company one of the most successful black owned corporations in US history has filed for chapter seven bankruptcy protection, the Chicago based companies been struggling in recent years. Karen Grigsby Bates from our coats, which podcast has more in a two thousand two interview with the national visionary leadership project Evans, founder John H Johnson was very firm about his magazines mission evident is a magazine devoted to making people feel good. Making people proud of the images until that time. Most black Americans didn't show up in the mainstream media unless the stories were about criminal activity or destitution. John Johnson wanted them to see something else version. So. A black person in frit in tuxedo. It wasn't evident that formula showcasing black achievement. Impress Bertie kept ebony flush for decades. If announced a landmark tower on Tony Michigan avenue and nationally known haute couture fashion show, but the publishing world was changing and shrinking John Johnson died in two thousand five and his daughter, Linda Johnson rice, tried to run the company before selling ebony to a pair of black venture capitalist in two thousand sixteen the duo soon made news for not paying several ebony writers they were two remaining assets of Johnson publishing. A stunning photo archive that is the institutional memory of post-war black America, and it's fashion, fair cosmetics. Mine now, those two will be sold fans efficient fair the first high end makeup for black women had been worried for awhile that ecommerce was killing the brand late last year on YouTube makeup artist. Louis shell farrington wondered about. Passion fares fate. I know at the at the counter in my city, but parson at works for the counter doesn't even know when they're gonna get items in stock it's like Russian roulette with yesterday's filing. The last bullet has left the chamber. The company statement says an unnamed group would quote, a proven track record of advancing cultural preservation and building an operating legacy. Brands has made an offer for some of those assets. And the bankruptcy trustee will evaluate the offer. And after seventy seven years of proud existence. The Johnson publishing company will soon be history. Karen Grigsby Bates, NPR news. This is NPR news. And this is Kay QE public radio with your traffic.

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"conic magazine" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

08:15 min | 2 years ago

"conic magazine" Discussed on KCRW

"I'm Rachel Martin in Washington DC, and I'm David Greene in Culver City, California. So the secretary of homeland security is out so is President Trump's original nominee to run immigration and customs enforcement all of this as the president says he wants tougher border policies. So what's behind this? Or perhaps the real question is who is behind this. There's renewed focus right now on Stephen Miller Thirty-three-year-old presidential aide who's considered one of the driving forces behind Trump's immigration policies. This Miller on Fox News defending the president's decision in February two the clear national emergency at the southern border. The bottom line is this. You cannot conceive of a nation without a strong secure border. It is fundamental and essential of sovereignty and national survival to have control of who doesn't enter the country. Mckay Coppins has spent some time getting to know Stephen Miller, he profiled him for the Atlantic last year and he's with us in our studios. Mckay. Welcome thanks for having me. So the narrative out there is there's this shadowy figure Stephen Miller looming behind the president's big decisions on the border. How true is that narrative? Do think well, you know, I think that the reason that Stephen Miller has been so successful in this White House that kind of garnering power and positioning himself because his instincts on immigration align with President Trump's he is fierce ideolog fierce restriction, est has been for most of his life. But he also somebody who the president I'm told trusts more than virtually anyone else in the west wing or in his orbit to kind of advanced the immigration agenda that President Trump rose to power by promising to advance. And that's what kind of makes him a powerful. He he has especially in recent weeks gained more power than he has. But he has always been a key advisor with the presidency or on immigration issues and a lot of the most. Divisive episodes that we've seen from the travel ban in the opening days of Trump's presidency all the way to the national emergency that you just mentioned have had Stephen Miller kind of a central figure in pushing those things you've you've sat down in his office in the White House. What's he like? Yeah. It's interesting. You know, you played that clip just now, and he comes across on television, as you know, this almost kind of self conscious super villain. He he's out there. Trying to trying to provoke trying to defend the president in the in the kind of the most aggressive terms possible in person. He he does that as well. But you can kind of see the cracks in the facade. I it's clear to me especially having spent time with him and talking to people who have known him throughout his life that he he enjoys almost delights in the provocation. You know, he comes from a kind of conservative campus trolling culture where. His his goal often is not to persuade people or to win people over but to provoke them and that really comes through when you're spending time with them. Yeah. I mean talk about that that that desire almost delight as you say to provoke this goes back to when he grew up. I mean in in the liberal bastion that has Santa Monica, California. Right. When he was young he grew up in a kind of very diverse liberal multicultural community and high school where he was kind of the resident conservative gadfly, and he would loudly complain and protest the Spanish language announcements that came over the PA system at school. He would he ran for office is student body office by by complaining about having to pick up trash when the janitors should be there to do it for them. He's really somebody who is always kind of tried to offend the sensibilities and feelings of his liberal peers that goes from high school to college too when he arrives in Washington, Capitol Hill. Aid to Jeff Sessions. He's always kind of looking for a way to stir the pot, and and kind of anger, his ideological and political adversaries you say the President Trump has an alignment of us with him. You say the President Trump trusts him. Do you get the sense? There's anyone in the White House who who makes an effort to to check his power and influence. Yeah. Well, certainly, I think that event Trump and Jared Kushner are not aligned with Stephen Miller on immigration issues. But again, you know, what I'm told from people who have observed this dynamic up close is that the president understands that Jared Ivanka come from different world. Right. And they're more aligned with kind of a moderate to liberal sensibility on this issue. And and whereas Stephen Miller really aligns with the Trump base. And that's why he keeps turning to him again. And again for advice. Mckay Coppins is a writer for the Atlantic profile. The Stephen Miller who seems to be playing a bigger and bigger role right now and President Trump's immigration policies. Mckay. Thanks a lot. Thanks for having me. It was the name behind conic magazines like ebony and jet, but Johnson publishing company one of the most successful black owned corporations in US history has filed for chapter seven bankruptcy protection, the Chicago based companies been struggling in recent years. Karen Grigsby Bates from our coats, which podcast has more in a two thousand two interview with the national visionary leadership project. Ebony s- founder John H Johnson was very firm about his magazines mission evident Zine devoted to. Making people feel good. Making people proud of the heritage until that time most black Americans didn't show up in the mainstream media unless the stories were about criminal activity or destitution. John Johnson wanted them to see something else version. A black person in print in cedar. Evident that formula showcasing black achievement. Impress Bertie kept ebony flush for decades if the Nesta landmark tower on Tony Michigan avenue and nationally known haute couture fashion show, but the publishing world was changing and shrinking John Johnson died in two thousand five and his daughter, Linda Johnson rice, tried to run the company before selling ebony to a pair of black venture capitalist in two thousand sixteen the duo soon made news for not paying several ebony writers they were two remaining assets of Johnson publishing. A stunning photo archive that is the institutional memory of post-war black America, and it's fashion, fair cosmetics. Mine now, those two will be sold then's efficient fair the first high end makeup for black women had been worried for awhile that ecommerce was killing the brand late last year on YouTube makeup artist la- shell farrington wondered about. Passion fares fate. I know the the Connor in my city, but parson at works for the counter doesn't even know when they're gonna get items in stock it's like Russian roulette with yesterday's filing. The last bullet has left the chamber. The company statement says an unnamed group would quote, a proven track record of advancing cultural preservation and building an operating legacy. Brands has made an offer for some of those assets. And the bankruptcy trustee will evaluate the offer. And after seventy seven years of proud existence. The Johnson publishing company will soon be history. Karen Grigsby Bates, NPR news. This is NPR news, and you are listening to morning edition right here on KCRW. In the face of uncertainty. It's important to do things that make you feel good. So white a pick a pi. I'm Evan climate host of good food, inviting you to unplug and reconnect with your kitchen. It's KCRW's annual good food pie. Contest..

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"conic magazine" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

06:52 min | 2 years ago

"conic magazine" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Public radio. It's morning edition from NPR news. I'm Rachel Martin in Washington DC, and I'm David Greene in Culver City, California. So the secretary of homeland security is out so is President Trump's original nominee to run immigration and customs enforcement all of this as the president says he wants tougher border policies. So what's behind this? Or perhaps the real question is who is behind this. There's renewed focus right now on Stephen. Miller Thirty-three-year-old presidential aide who's considered one of the driving forces behind Trump's immigration policies. This is Miller on Fox News defending the president's decision in February to declare national emergency at the southern border. The bottom line is this. You cannot conceive of a nation without a strong secure border. It is fundamental and essential to the idea of sovereignty and national survival to have control of who doesn't enter the country. Mckay Coppins has spent some time getting to know Stephen Miller, he profiled him for the Atlantic last year and he's with us in our studios. Mckay. Welcome thanks for having me. So the narrative out there is there's this shadowy figure Stephen Miller looming behind the president's big decisions on on the border. How true is that narrative? Do think well, you know, I think that the reason that Stephen Miller has been so successful in this White House kind of garnering power and positioning himself is because his instincts on immigration aligned with President Trump's he is fierce ideolog. A fierce restriction est has been for most of his life. But he also is somebody who the president I'm told trusts more than virtually anyone else in the west wing or in his orbit to kind of. Advance the immigration agenda that President Trump rose to power by promising to advance. And that's what kind of makes him a powerful. He he has especially in recent weeks gained more power than he has. But he has always been a key advisor with the presidency or on immigration issues, and a lot of the most divisive episodes that we've seen from the travel ban and the opening days of Trump's presidency all the way to the national emergency that you just mentioned have had Stephen Miller kind of as a central figure pushing those things you've you've sat down in his office in the White House. What's he like? Yeah. It's interesting. You know, you played that clip just now, and he comes across on television as. This almost kind of self conscious super villain. He he's out there. Trying to trying to provoke trying to defend the president in the in the kind of the most aggressive terms possible in person. He he does that as well. But you can kind of see the cracks in the facade. It's clear to me, especially having spent time with them and talking to people who have known him throughout his life that he he enjoys almost delights in the provocation. You know, he comes for me kind of conservative campus trolling culture, where his his goal often is not to persuade people or to win people over but to provoke them and that really comes through when you're spending time with them. Yeah. I mean talk about that that that desire almost delight as you say to provoke this goes back to when he grew up. I mean in in the liberal bastion that has sent a Monica California. Right. When he was young. That's right. He grew up in a kind of very diverse liberal multicultural community and high school where he was kind of the resident conservative gadfly, and he would loudly complain and protest the Spanish language announcements that came over the PA system at school. He would he ran for office student body office by by complaining about having to pick up trash when the janitors should be there to do it for them. He's really somebody who is always kind of tried to offend the sensibilities and feelings of his liberal peers that goes from high school to college too when he arrives in Washington Capitol Hill as an aide to Jeff Sessions, he's always kind of looking for a way to stir the pot, and and kind of anger, his ideological and political adversaries you say the President Trump has an alignment of us with him. You say the President Trump trusts him. Do you get the sense? There's anyone in the White House who makes an effort to to check his power and influence. Yeah. Well, certainly, I think that event could Trump and Jared Kushner are not aligned with Stephen Miller on immigration issues. But again, you know, what I'm told from people who have observed this dynamic close is that the president understands that Jared and Ivanka come from a different world. Right. And they're more aligned with kind of a moderate to liberal sensibility on this issue. And and whereas Stephen Miller really aligns with the Trump base. And that's why he keeps. Turning to him again. And again for advice. Mckay Coppins is a writer for the Atlantic profile. The Stephen Miller who seems to be playing a bigger and bigger role right now in President Trump's immigration policies. Mckay. Thanks a lot. Thanks for having me. It was the name behind conic magazines like ebony and jet, but Johnson publishing company one of the most successful black owned corporations in US history has filed for chapter seven bankruptcy protection, the Chicago based companies been struggling in recent years. Karen Grigsby Bates from our coats, which podcast has more in a two thousand two interview with the national visionary leadership project Evans, founder John H Johnson was very firm about his magazines mission is a magazine devoted to making people feel good making people proud of the until that time most black Americans didn't show up in the mainstream media unless the stories were about criminal activity or destitution. John Johnson wanted them to see something else versa. Also a black person input in. Acceder? Evident that formula showcasing black achievement and prosperity kept ebony flush for decades if Dilan Mark tower on Tony Michigan avenue and nationally known haute couture fashion show, but the publishing world was changing and shrinking John Johnson died in two thousand five and his daughter, Linda Johnson rice, tried to run the company before selling ebony to a pair of black venture capitalist in two thousand sixteen the duo soon made news for not paying several ebony writers they were two remaining assets of Johnson publishing. A stunning photo archive that is the institutional memory of post-war black America, and it's fashion fair cosmetics line now, those two will be sold fans efficient fair the first high end make up for black women had been worried for awhile that ecommerce was killing the brand late last year on YouTube makeup artist la- shell farrington wondered about fashion fairs.

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"conic magazine" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:31 min | 2 years ago

"conic magazine" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Was the name behind conic magazines like ebony and jet, but Johnson publishing company one of the most successful black owned corporations in US history has filed for chapter seven bankruptcy protection. The Chicago-based companies been struggling in recent years. Karen Grigsby Bates from our coats, which podcast has more in a two thousand two interview with the national visionary leadership project Evans, founder John H Johnson was very firm about his magazines mission evident is a magazine devoted to making people feel good. Making people proud of the heritage until that time most black Americans didn't show up in the mainstream media unless the stories were about criminal activity or destitution. John Johnson wanted them to see something else versa. It was so. A black person in print in tuxedo. Was it evident that formula showcasing black achievement? Impress Bertie kept ebony flush for decades if the nest a landmark tower on Tony Michigan avenue and a nationally known haute couture fashion show, but the publishing world was changing and shrinking John Johnson died in two thousand five and his daughter Lyndon. Johnson rice tried to run the company before selling ebony to a pair of black venture capitalist in two thousand sixteen the duo soon made news for not paying several ebony writers there were two remaining assets of Johnson publishing. A stunning photo archive that is the institutional memory of post-war black America, and it's fashion, fair cosmetics. Mine now, those two will be sold fans of fashion fair the first high end makeup for black women have been worried for awhile that ecommerce was killing the brand late last year on YouTube makeup artist less shell farrington wondered about. Fashion fairs fate. I know the Connor in my city, but parson at works doesn't even know when they're gonna get items in stock it's like Russian roulette with yesterday's filing. The last bullet has left the chamber. The company statement says an unnamed group would quote, a proven track record of advancing cultural preservation and building an operating legacy. Brands has made an offer for some of those assets. And the bankruptcy trustee will evaluate the offer. And after seventy seven years of proud existence. The Johnson publishing company will soon be history. Karen Grigsby Bates, NPR news..

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"conic magazine" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"conic magazine" Discussed on KQED Radio

"It was the name behind conic magazines like ebony and jet, but Johnson publishing company one of the most successful black owned corporations in US history has filed for chapter seven bankruptcy protection, the Chicago based companies been struggling in recent years. Karen Grigsby Bates from our coats, which podcast has more in a two thousand two interview with the national visionary leadership project Evans, founder John H Johnson was very firm about his magazines mission evident is a magazine devoted to making people feel good. Making people proud of the rich until that time. Most black Americans didn't show up in the mainstream media unless the stories were about criminal activity or destitution. John Johnson wanted them to see something else versa. So. Black person input into feta. Evidence that formula showcasing black achievement. Impress Bertie kept ebony flush for decades if the a landmark tower on Tony Michigan avenue and nationally known haute couture fashion show, but the publishing world was changing and shrinking John Johnson died in two thousand five and his daughter, Linda Johnson rice, tried to run the company before selling ebony to a pair of black venture capitalist in two thousand sixteen the duo soon made news for not paying several ebony writers they were two remaining assets of Johnson publishing. A stunning photo archive that is the institutional memory of post-war black America, and it's fashion fair cosmetics line now, those two will be sold then's efficient fair the first high end makeup for black women had been worried for awhile that ecommerce was killing the brand late last year on YouTube makeup artist la- shell farrington wondered about fashion fairs fate. I know the at.

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"conic magazine" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

08:14 min | 2 years ago

"conic magazine" Discussed on KCRW

"I'm Rachel Martin in Washington DC, and I'm David Greene in Culver City, California. So the secretary of homeland security is out so is President Trump's original nominee to run immigration and customs enforcement all of this as the president says he wants tougher border policies. So what's behind this? Or perhaps the real question is who is behind this. There's renewed focus right now on Stephen Miller Thirty-three-year-old presidential aide who's considered one of the driving forces behind immigration policies. This is Miller on Fox News defending the president's decision in February to declare national emergency at the southern border. The bottom line is this. You cannot conceive of a nation without a strong secure border. It is fundamental and essential to me idea of sovereignty and national survival to have control of who enters doesn't enter the country. Mckay Coppins has been some time getting to know Stephen Miller, he profiled him for the Atlantic last year and he's with us in our studios. Mckay. Welcome thanks for having me. So the net. Errative out. There is there's this shadowy figure Stephen Miller looming behind the president's big decisions on the border. How true is that narrative? Do think well, you know, I think that the reason that Stephen Miller has been so successful in this White House kind of garnering power and positioning himself as because his instincts on immigration align with President Trump's he is fierce ideolog fierce restriction, est has been for most of his life. But he also is somebody who the president I'm told trusts more than virtually anyone else in the west wing or in his orbit to kind of. Advanced the immigration agenda that President Trump rose to power by promising to advance. And that's what kind of makes him a powerful. He he has especially in recent weeks gained more power than he has. But he has always been a key advisor with the presidency or on immigration issues, and a lot of the most divisive episodes that we've seen from the travel ban and the opening days of Trump's presidency all the way to the national emergency that you just mentioned have had Stephen Miller, a central figure in pushing those things you've you've sat down in his office in the White House. What's he like? Yeah. It's interesting. You know, you played that clip just now, and he comes across on television as almost kind of self conscious super villain. He he's out there. Trying to trying to provoke trying to defend the president in the in the kind of the most aggressive terms possible in person. He does that as well. But you can kind of see the cracks in the facade. It's clear to me, especially having spent time with them and talking to people who have known him throughout his life that he he enjoys almost delights in the provocation. You know, he comes from a kind of conservative campus trolling culture where his his goal often is not to persuade people or to win people over but to provoke them and that really comes through when you're spending time with them. Yeah. I mean talk about that that that desire almost delight as you say to provoke this goes back to when he grew up. I mean in in the liberal bastion that has Santa Monica, California. Right. When he was young. He grew up in a kind of very diverse liberal multicultural community and high school where he was kind of the resident conservative gadfly, and he would loudly complain and protest the Spanish language announcements that came over the PA system at school. He would he ran for office student body office by by complaining about having to pick up trash when the janitors should be there to do it for them. He he's really somebody who is always kind of tried to offend the sensibilities and feelings of his liberal peers that goes from high school to college too when he arrives in Washington Capitol Hill as an aide to Jeff Sessions, he's always kind of looking for a way to stir the pot, and and kind of anger, his ideological and political adversaries you say the President Trump has an alignment of us with him. You say the President Trump trusts him. Do you get the sense? There's anyone in the White House who makes an effort to to check his power and info. Yeah. Well, certainly, I think that Vonk Trump and Jared Kushner are not aligned with a Stephen Miller on immigration issues. But again, you know, what I'm told from people who have observed this dynamic up close is that the president understands that Jared Ivanka come from different world. Right. And they're more aligned with kind of a moderate to liberal sensibility on this issue. And and whereas Stephen Miller really aligns with the Trump base. And that's why he keeps turning to him again. And again for advice. Mckay Coppins is a writer for the Atlantic profile. The Stephen Miller who seems to be playing a bigger and bigger role right now in President Trump's immigration policies. Mckay. Thanks a lot. Thanks for having me. It was the name behind conic magazines like ebony and jet, but Johnson publishing company one of the most successful black owned corporations in US history has filed for chapter seven bankruptcy protection. The Chicago-based companies been struggling in recent years. Karen Grigsby Bates from our coats, which podcast has more in a two thousand two interview with the national visionary leadership project Evans, founder John H Johnson was very firm about his magazines mission evident is a magazine devoted to making people feel good. Making people proud of the heritage until that time most black Americans didn't show up in the mainstream media unless the stories were about criminal activity or destitution. John Johnson wanted them to see something else versa. It was so. Black person imprint in tuxedo. Evident that formula showcasing black achievement. Impress Bertie kept ebony flush for decades if a nest a landmark tower on Tony Michigan avenue and nationally known haute couture fashion show, but the publishing world was changing and shrinking John Johnson died in two thousand five and his daughter, Linda Johnson rice, tried to run the company before selling ebony to a pair of black venture capitalist in two thousand sixteen the duo soon made news for not paying several ebony writers they were two remaining assets of Johnson publishing. A stunning photo archive that is the institutional memory of post-war black America, and it's fashion fair cosmetics line now, those two will be sold then's efficient fair the first high end makeup for black women had been worried for awhile that ecommerce was killing the brand late last year on YouTube makeup artist shell farrington wondered about passion fares. Fate. I know the the Connor in my city, but parson at works for the doesn't even know when they're gonna get stock. It's like Russian roulette with yesterday's filing. The last bullet has left the chamber. The company statement says an unnamed group would quote, a proven track record of advancing cultural preservation and building an operating legacy. Brands has made an offer for some of those assets. And the bankruptcy trustee will evaluate the offer. And after seventy seven years of proud existence. The Johnson publishing company will soon be history. Karen Grigsby Bates, NPR news. This is morning edition on KCRW ahead on morning edition almost all public school. Teachers spend their money on classroom supplies at many of them use online crowdfunding where donors can make contributions for classroom projects. But in Nashville teachers have been barred from using those sites that's coming up on morning edition. On Thursday, April eleventh, KCRW and Sokolow public square. Present is America ready for the next recession in downtown LA?.

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"conic magazine" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"conic magazine" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

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"conic magazine" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:16 min | 2 years ago

"conic magazine" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

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"conic magazine" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

02:23 min | 2 years ago

"conic magazine" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Lee Davis, given what was it that pulled you out of this rut at your end, the, you know, the attempted suicide the break-up everything it seems like everything was collapsing. What turned it around for you? I just woke up, you know, obviously, I I was lucky enough to wake up the after what happened. With a suicide attempt. And there was just something inside something voice. Just saying. Thank you, south up, change your life. You can do it. You know, I was homeless for a time. And I spend listen jobless, and I turned around and the main key that was by the dependency, the most spiritual of you. I will say well, somebody was looking for me an angel or something. Yeah. I I fat. IT Taylor in in haunted. Horace Halford west because the thing is important to say that you know, you can feel bad bad things can happen, cheap, you content. It around chapter the buck. I detail. And you know, it's quite Christly. I know I tell people my is what I try to see why tried to do and how I came out of it. I'm blessed in my life here. I am talking to George Noory on case to case. With your Mason listeners, I mentioned the paranormal chronicles Instagram account on my like about sixty new followers, and you know, it's an amazing life. I have. No. And I'm it to Tolkien about dependency and to mental health issues and this gift you've got for everybody. Is this a magazine you're giving us? Yeah. It's if people like to read a K, I know people have probably quite skeptical guy comes on your radio show. And he Sal in another book, I want to give something to you and your readers. Okay. So I've got a free magazine conic magazine e magazine, that's really cool. It's a hundred and twenty pages. Some of the best right is in the world AK. It's free to read. There's no sign up like download subscription or you have to do is go to the paranormal chronicles dot com forward slash magazine or go to the paranormal chronicles dot com and you'll see on the left. Inside says magazine, click on it. Open a link to the magazine honest, like kindle, it's like a magazine. You've got everything you need. And that is amazing authors amazing stories. There's.

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"conic magazine" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

02:09 min | 2 years ago

"conic magazine" Discussed on KTOK

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"conic magazine" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:22 min | 2 years ago

"conic magazine" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"We're with Gavin Davis, given what was it that pulled you out of this rut that you're in the, you know, the attempted suicide the break up everything it seems like everything was collapsing. What turned it around for you? I just woke up, you know, obviously, I was lucky enough to wildcat wake up off after what happened with a suicide attempt, and they was just telling inside something voice Lambert, you're saying. Pick yourself up change your life. You can do it. And you know, I was having a issue. What time it is jobless and I turned around and the main key that was by the dependency, the most spiritual of you. I will say well, somebody was looking me and angel. Or something. Yeah. I don't I I think in in haunted hearths Hafid west. 'cause the thing is important to say that you know, you can feel bad bad things can happen cheap. But you can turn it around in the fish chapter the buck. I detail. And you know, it's quite grizzly. I know I tell people my is what I tried to see why tried to do and how I came out of it. I I'm blessed in my life here. I am talking to George Noory on case to case of your mazing listeners. I mentioned the paranormal chronicles Instagram account like about sixty followers, and you know, it's an amazing like five nine, and I'm daddy k it to talking about dependency, and I'm to mental health issues. And this gift you've got for you, buddy. Is this a magazine you're giving us? Yeah. It's if people like to read, okay, I know people have probably quite skeptical guy comes on your radio show, any silent another book, I want to give something to you until readers. Okay. So I've got a free magazine, conic magazine and e magazine, it's really cool. It's a hundred and twenty five pages of some of the fast right is in the whale. Okay. It's free to read. There's no sign up. Download subscription. What do you have to do is go to? The paranormal chronicles dot com forward slash magazine or go to the paranormal chronicles dot com and you'll see on the left inside says magazine, click on it. To the magazine honest, like a kindle, it's like a flip magazine. And you've got everything you need. And that is amazing authors.

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"conic magazine" Discussed on Dead Man Talking

Dead Man Talking

05:19 min | 2 years ago

"conic magazine" Discussed on Dead Man Talking

"Today's podcast is sponsored by the New Yorker and I- conic magazine that represents the best writing in America today. I've subscribed the New Yorker for years, and I buy it primarily for its long form writing which is unmatched. If you've never read David grant or Katharine shoals before it's worth getting a subscription just for them. But beyond publishing the best writers in the world. It also holds people in power accountable through rigorous reporting and compelling storytelling says you get the best writing anywhere everywhere. I get home delivery of the print edition each week. And the digital version of the magazine is available on my ipad. You can also get it on your iphone nook and kindle, so don't wait. Go to New York dot com forward slash D. M T listeners the dead, man. Talking say fifty percent when they enter code D M T and with this special offer you'll receive twelve issues for just six dollars, plus get the exclusive New Yorker tote bag you can choose between print digital or combo of both print and digital. Subscriptions subscribe to the New Yorker and read something that means something that's twelve issues for six dollars and a free tote bag when you go to New Yorker dot com forward slash D, M T. From DMC media. And this is the dead man talking podcast with me Alexander reason. I don't I don't blame myself is because I don't have the evidence in my mind. If I if I remember like this case, I don't remember everything, but I have enough to blame myself because. Because of the days I recall in the last episode, I met Andres Mus Kara, the former lover of demon Tina Koller hacker who like her is serving a life sentence for murder a murder the on how resented his claims he committed I also learned the evidence from the crime scene is no longer in the possession of Harris County district attorney's office. So the most obvious way of exonerating them could be gone. Of one of the speed to the lawyers for Andres and demon Tina to try to get to the bottom of why they say they falsely confessed to the murder there will number of them from their original trials to their appeals. And I wasn't having much luck. You're calling been forwarded to an automated voice message system. Ohio. A message for Bill. This is Alex. Try Bill Gifford demon tina's trial attorney. Always crucified on his place. Crews savant as Andres is appeals attorney. And right now can't take a message for. Yeah. A be grateful if you can call me back. My name's Alex Hannaford, Vic Wizner who is the district attorney that prosecuted both diem and Tina and Andres appetite on please record your message. I Vic this is Alex Hannaford again, if you've been getting messages, a really like to speak to you Henry buck Hoda who is damning tina's appellate attorney. Hello who did pick up? Henry if I can just stop you. But wouldn't talk I would not feel comfortable telling you, basically anything I know about this case. Okay. About her right? Then off to trying in many times. Bill Gifford it pick up is that Bill. Yeah. Hey, bill. This is Alex Hannaford the British. Journalists has been calling you about the demon. Tina coleco case filled him in on the podcast series. And resent his his confessions to me. I also told him what Andres told me about his confession. He said the police the detectives had basically threatened to deport his family who were also in undocumented and living in Texas. I wouldn't be surprised, but when he did sign it. He said, what was I going to help her as I go to hurt her go talking about demon Tina g they they didn't have anything linked him to no blood, no hair. No anything. So as I thought there was nothing to link Andres the darrow's murder except he's confession. This was useful information, but it wasn't expecting what came next build again to tell me about the rezendes connection. The crime dirty tell you the reason he made the confession is because the preacher went up there and told him to. I didn't know that. What what do you mean by that? What I'm saying is it was a guy. The. Feature kinda guy that had to go into the jail. What you're going to die. Anyway, go ahead and say that you have something to do with the Colo Jacko killing said sure, I'll do who is the who is the preacher Bill. He was a layman kinda preacher. He wasn't just a fool preacher. But he's got that had access of the jail. Do you have a name? No, I really don't. Heavyset guy. Damon Dina's anyone who run? My understanding is he got who send us to say. Yeah, he went over and kill kill the jackal. Yeah. That's my understanding what I heard. I just heard it to be true or anything.

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"conic magazine" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

02:59 min | 2 years ago

"conic magazine" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

"There was no friends. There was no extended people from other people's families. It was just a it was just the core of this part of my family, and we change the seating up. So there were three tables, but they were all in one room, and then which just something nice and organic about and all the cooking was done. So everybody could move around. Everybody could talk to each other. But I don't know it was a very warm and great thanksgiving and the Turkey for some reason turned out fucking awesome. I mean, you know, I usually don't fuck up turkeys because I don't know how you cook. It. But we get them at this place called the Delaware farms down Hollywood, Florida. And I think it's pretty fresh Turkey. And I'm putting nothing in it. I don't put nothing on it. And I don't based it. I just put it in there. I think like three seventy five for like a twenty five Pounder, and for some reason my mom's oven cooked inside three hours. I checked the fi temperature. I check the breast temperature the little thing popped up. And I was like fuck it. I guess it's done, and I took it out. And maybe it was this. I let it sit for like two hours while I was cooking other stuff because I anticipated it would take longer to cook. And it was still warm by the time, I cut it. And it was it was fucking great. Maybe it was just a good Turkey. But it just it was just I don't know you never know with that. You never there's a million ways to cook Turkey, and there's a million in one ways to fuck it up, and it just it just turned out. Perfect. And the company was perfect. My mom was thrilled. My brother and was there, and he had never been to thanksgiving at my mother's. Since you live down there. I mean, obviously he's seen her, but he's never been there for this family event. So I guess it's the first time me, and my brother spent the thanksgiving with my mother since we're fucking kids. Is that possible? It was just a it was just all very sweet Sarah the painter came she tolerated. No, she had a nice time, you know, being with someone else's families. It's a lot and believe me, my family can be a lot like anybody's family, and there was no political talk. But all that being said, I hope yours went well as well. Okay potatoes. They I'm glad I didn't mash them. I there wasn't a lot of input from people. But most of the input was bike mashing mighty mash them, and I appreciate the input buddy and follow it. The I want your advice. But I don't wanna follow it. Not only is the New Yorker conic magazine that represents the best writing in America today, it holds people in power accountable through rigorous reporting and compelling storylines. Plus, they write beautiful pieces on subjects. You might not have considered before. Go read the recent report about oatmeal by Antonia Hitchens, and you'll see how fascinating something you might not have cared about can be the New Yorker incorporates features like poetry fiction cultural criticism and satire into every issue. Get the best writing anywhere everywhere with home delivery, the print edition each week or read on the go with the.

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"conic magazine" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"conic magazine" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"We'll need food airlifts. Floodwaters have shut down roads. They've sat down the airport and the port itself. The only way we got out a US coastguard helicopter seventeen of these choppers. Have been sent to the area to rescue people stranded in the floodwaters storms killed at least eighteen people this morning. A search and rescue crew near Charlotte found the body of a baby boy who slipped out of his mother's hands when their car got stranded news is brought to you by reborn cabinets. The woman accusing supreme court nominee Brett cavenaugh of sexual misconduct has gone public in the Washington Post Christine blazey Ford from Palo Alto wrote a letter to our congresswoman claiming Cavanaugh got drunk tractor and groped her when they were both in high school board's lawyer, Deborah cat says the letter was sent when Cavanaugh was just one name on a shortlist of nominees. He's willing to cooperate. What she's not willing to do is to be part of this bloodletting that happens in Washington. We only need to look at the hell hearings to know what that's going to look like. Democrats are calling for Republicans to delay this week's confirmation vote Kavanagh's decided denied the allegations. The White House counselor Kellyanne Conway says she's spoken to the president about the allegations. She should not be ignored. She should testify under oath. She says Cavanaugh should also be able to testify an NFL player has retired in the middle of a football game. The Buffalo Bills were trailing the chargers by twenty two points at halftime yesterday. When the next quarter started bills cornerback Monty Davis was gone for good ABC's. Brian Clark says Davis put out a statement saying this is how he had pictured retiring saying reality, hit me, fast and hard I shouldn't be out here anymore. He went on to say, it was more important to walk away healthy and said, he meant no disrespect to his teammates and coaches one of Davis's teammate says disrespected is exactly how he felt after the mid game. Retirement tech billionaire Mark Benny off and his wife or buying time magazine for one hundred ninety million dollars. Benny off is the co founder of the cloud computing company Salesforce, the former owner of time is also in negotiations to sell conic magazine brands, like fortune, and Sports Illustrated and Fleetwood MAC says its new members will bring new music..

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