17 Burst results for "Curio Shop"

"curio shop" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:42 min | 5 months ago

"curio shop" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Staying safe as the state opens up amid new cases of covert nineteen whiskey Victor Mike McCormack the former giants left hander who won the National League Cy Young Award in nineteen sixty seven when he went twenty two and ten with the two eighty five earned run average with fourteen complete games and five shutouts and also made the National League all star team in nineteen sixty and sixty one has passed away at his North Carolina home at the age of eighty one after a long battle with Parkinson's disease McCormick also pitch for the Orioles senators Mets and Royals in a sixteen year major league career but eleven of those seasons with the giants the U. S. open tennis tournament is still set for August thirty first through September the third in New York without fans this after getting the okay from governor Andrew Cuomo after consultations with local health officials but many if not all foreign players living abroad will not be coming out of safety concerns no surprise given that the covert nineteen curve in most of the country has not lowered and in many states is still on the rise no back Djokovic and Rafael Nadal hinted earlier they wouldn't calm Roger Federer won't because he recently underwent heart risk OPIC knee surgery and now Nick curio shop Australia said he doesn't plan to come said the only way he could compete here would be to wear a hazmat suit entering the U. S. and then be quarantined for two weeks when he returns home to Australia add that to the health concerns and he says why bother at the sports desk Steve Baker KCBS Tom Patterson here founder and CEO of Tommy John I'm proud to.

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"curio shop" Discussed on WDRC

WDRC

03:42 min | 6 months ago

"curio shop" Discussed on WDRC

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"curio shop" Discussed on Probably Science

Probably Science

07:05 min | 8 months ago

"curio shop" Discussed on Probably Science

"To the drawings of the whiskers moving based on emotion clenching the whiskers go back when you're feeling pleasure and they go forward with their feeling pay as well so I mean the the. This looks a lot about the ears also. Yeah yeah the years are moving a great deal but we all knew that we always knew that ears means alertness. Probably fear right. Yeah we've always on this. Yeah look at that and look. Oh Oh oh look at this last this last one yet with the joy and it's got the little th- Oh and shows the arrows shows where things go you see. Choi on here is joy if you go to the third of the if you click underneath it's the third one and it's got arrows. Aware things are going. Oh is it but convulsing that's interesting so it says here. In this article the main benefit of discovery of mouse facial expressions is that it is now possible to identify mechanisms giving rise to emotions. This is previously a problem without the reliable measurements of emotions. It's been difficult to study that origins in the brain we. Humans says Dole Snack. Who's the study's lead author? We humans made notice a simple facial change in the mice but we can only recognize the emotion behind it with a great deal of experience and can hardly evidence of innocence determine its intensity with our ultimatum face recognition system we can now measure the intensity nature of emotion on a time scale of milliseconds. Compare it to the neuronal activity and relevant brain areas. One such brain area is the insular cortex which is associated with emotional behavior and the perception of emotions in animals and humans. So so I guess they can. They can use this to in various ways simultaneously study which neurons firing in the brain at the same time. As you're looking at a mouse's face and detecting whether it is tasting something unpleasant or pleasant and scared or not scared so if I can get one of these machines does it mean. I can in an appreciable way improve my relationship with my mouth. Yeah I think so. I think you can really make some breakthroughs. It's good I feel like he's been distant. Tell you this. I don't think you need this stupid machine. I think you could tell your mouth. Fields of basic instinct basic. Yeah the Nice always made it. I mean I don't know that when you had mice couldn't you tell when the mice mouse like sometimes to be affectionate sometimes whether it was like you could tell? I don't think I don't think I was a good mouse owner. I'm going to be honest with you. Danny I don't think I did enough petting all playing with this mouse to be able to. I remember my playing identify a range of emotions. Well my friend Lily in had a pet rat or mouse. I'm trying to remember witch for forever and that but that thing was like trained very they were they were buddies and then my friend is a Kid. Chinchilla and I think a bunch had mice. I felt like they had like you know personalities. You did have pets yourself. Danny or did you have. We had we had a little. Noah's Ark going. We always have to of everything so we had like two dogs. Two cats two birds We had a tortoise. Lived for like forever We Tortoise what else we just roll around the back yard or was it. An indoor tortoise or hunted work So it was my dad. I mean he's back in the day before nine eleven. He was in up in Virginia. He he went to California for something somebody who was like. Oh do you want this baby tortoise and so he literally said like he slipped it in his pocket took it on a plane and brought it back to us and then this tortoise grew to be like massive huge tortoise. Go through like a head of lettuce a day. Maybe two huge tortoise and so during the winter it hibernates so during the winter we would bring it inside and it would live in. It's a little thing and like Kinda come out but for the most part just like sleeping. It's little area but then during the Spring and summer my dad built like a little pen for it and it would it would roam around and it's a little pen outside curious. The person who gave this to your dad was he an old Asian gentleman and a Curio Shop. Did it come with any stipulations? About how be honest? It's one of these stories. Where like you know. It's a kid you dad like shows up. And he's like he's like. I snuck this tortoise on a plane. Toya's you're like all right and the you get the more you're like what happened. What what what do bats poker game but we loved? The Tortoise Tortoise was great and it was very sweet and you could pet it it would let you It would let you like new. It would let you pet under its Chin like stick its head out. They don't ever bite but they're not snapping anyway that they don't get agitated or rating up. I I mean it'll do. It's little tortoise. Hiding thing and it bites eats lettuce and we eat lettuce really snaps down but it was very sweet towards asked me. We were its owner. Siedle loved us. Our neighbors our next door neighbors. When I was a kid had a pet tortoise that would escape with alarming regularity. Well I didn't WanNA is so famously. Slow moving the number of times we get a ring on the doorbell and go like is he in the garden. Izzy annual garden. Now well I I'll tell you. I didn't want mentioned as part of the story but Maggie. The Tortoise Ran Away Maggie. We never found her. She got out of the penguins. Could we could have. We searched the. We'd like acres woods behind my house and we like search the woods. We couldn't find her. She's out and we made. This is live for a long time. Maggie could still the out that very happily roaming the woods of Virginia. She for sure. Isn't she know? Survival instincts. Hibernation works in the wild. Gosh I think she's probably very very dead. We were really hoping I think we were gonNA donate her to zoo at some point because she was getting so big we were like we can't take care of this thing really if you buy something that has a longer life span than you. You're you're just burdening your descendants at a certain point you know side. Have you seen tiger king at this point by the way we I? I'm only halfway through it right now. I've watched I've watched all of it. I watching on Netflix Party. Which if you haven't tried that yet as a reasonably decent plugging browser plug in that. Lets you coordinate? Watching things on Netflix with friends So I'm currently watching it with amongst others friends of the show ceremony nick..

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"curio shop" Discussed on ScreamQueenz: Where Horror Gets GAY!

ScreamQueenz: Where Horror Gets GAY!

11:44 min | 1 year ago

"curio shop" Discussed on ScreamQueenz: Where Horror Gets GAY!

"New getting a taste of a spin off show that I'm about to start over on patriotic a little something called sometimes uncle. Louis does dreadful things things which is my tribute to Friday. The thirteenth this series because in addition to this being this season ten kickoff it is also the thirteen spectacular about we'll come back to that in a minute because please please please please please allow me to introduce myself. My name is Patrick Dietrich walls and for the past ten years twice a month every month. I am your guide to the weird and wonderful world of horror for movies but you have to see them through my very very very very gay lit alive. Now I know this episode is late Patrick. He took the whole summer. This episode me late well. I have got one hell of a sinus infection and it is sucking all my energy at the last possible minute and like staring at the screen to do editing hiring is making my eyes water right now. I'm crying for you but don't cry for me Argentina Nocera because we still got a great show line over you but but as a result we're going to skip to the goods right away 'cause Hake smut. You've been waiting long enough as it is right. You've been winning all summer for this episode and now you had a Friday the thirteenth spectacular another promise to you and now it's days after and you still haven't Gotten Kamala just get to the Chase Patrick. Do now for those of you who are going. What are you talking about what this is Friday the thirteenth spectacularly well basically since I'm very very old I got to see all the Friday the thirteenth movies in the theater and so every time on Friday the thirteen pops up on the calendar. I do a whole episode dedicated to the next movie series but the thing is a long time ago. I ran outta movies Jason. I've been doing this for a long time kids. There's only so many movies you can talk about so we've ventured into movies that were produced or starred or written by people from the Friday the thirteenth serious but today we are taking a little detour and going into Friday the thirteenth this series and Friday. The thirteenth has come and gone on the calendar here. Your Ladies and gentlemen is your mud related thirteen spectacular. Now those are probably wondering what the circus music path to deal with the third what Addison Addison nothing spectacular and I will play whatever the F. I want and since my eyes or already weeping downsizes this is my face trying to record this what is GonNa cut right to the chase. We're GONNA bring on my special guests. Mike Co host for the brand new spin off show trading and Maya Murphy and we're going to give you a sneak peek of what's GonNa be coming for the people at Patriots because I'm sure you're GONNA love. Sometimes I'll glue does dreadful things but it's going to be a pay John Perk from here on out and we'll have details and how you become a page on after the show sit back relax and enjoy sometimes uncle. Louis does dreadful thing the relative my most curious of Curio shops. I am your proprietor. Patrick Walsh Your Jack Ma Shack for the evening in October nineteen eighty-seven a TV show premiered a TV show that was going to obsess and tantalize us for twenty twenty two years now and I've decided that will be meeting here once a month at my most curious of Curio shops that I have opened room this TV show to discuss us one by one every episode of the series until it is complete. Yes I'm talking about Friday. The thirteenth the series Moja moo-ha Muhu Haha and it's no fun to run haunted cursed by herself. I have two helpers on hand so it is a thrill to introduce to you my Ryan Advocacy Trading and by you do I hi everyone. I let you guys find out which one you are. I'm not going to assigned gender roles to you because I mean in general in the eighties are also complicated and I don't think I can make my hair you that so we look at a Robie does carry a lot of responsibility with her so yes so everybody. This is the first episode of the for Tran- trying on this out and see how that goes and I think we're GonNa have some fun because we're GonNa have some fun too. So here's the thing here's the thing you've got no trade you know trading from scream queens and everything you know my from screen but you know you the dry d longer so he is quite familiar with the show. Maya has never seen it before ever seen it before and I don't know what Patrick is dragging me on so we're GONNA. Let's see what happens. This is going to be journey. Oh there's so many surprises in store because as low budget as this this show is and how Janki it is it goes to some really dark places sometimes and I think a lot of it will have a modern perspective. We'll have lots of talk about. Oh Yeah and if nothing else we can make fun of the close girl closing the hair in one episode ooh. Ooh Ooh but what are we talking about where of course Friday the thirteenth series and we were talking about the pilot episode and we are going to try to get together once a month to release an episode you on the thirteenth not because honestly why wait for Friday exactly. We'll do it as long as we can. Maybe people come people go whenever we will be flexible. We're flexible here. I tell Janke Yankee escorts. The pilot episode is called the inheritance and they managed to pack a lot a lot of business into one episode. They lot to set up. They have to set up the back story. They have to set up your main. Three characters and you have to get some cursing going on for forty seven minutes show. They packed a lot of business in there whether time the story going after the thought show's almost over. There's going to be a two parter but they got everything was interesting interesting for a pilot episode. I was looking at it and I I don't know more of a movie structure like all right if this third that that third and it was. I don't know I think actually did a nice job of setting up a way they could serialize it. I agree so what's going on here when we first opened the show we meet Uncle Louis from the title all of this show in the midst of wrote down Budget Bryan Cranston and RJ G. R. G. on strong he POPs up genres Chris stuff a lot. He's never very good but I think he worked cheap. He was in children of the corn. He was like he wasn't present. In the moment it was like he had learned his lines this way and he was going to say. I'm this way no matter what it was. That's how roles that's how he wrote. That's how he do that well he do ambassasor premium hates candidate and after. I probably like what am I doing. I have what would what I did what to WHO's in well. I don't get his whole thing but we'll talk talk about that little bit later. We'll talk about it now. Because what's his name right here. He's not going to be in the rest of the show. Though has this shop that I guess he has cursed goes but he doesn't want to sell them. He's holding onto them. We're given so much explanation for his background but it doesn't match what he does. When we first see him mayes making faces or things to say oh well they explain that he had made a deal with the devil he did have these cursed objects and he was sending the curses out to their new homes but he dies as a result of no longer a peddling the devils wears he. WWL Devil didn't work never works and I should have singled never works either as you learn from the show because one of the the only touched on in the show is that once these items have been cursed the curse can't be broken and the items can't be destroyed so it's not like that episode of Rick and Morton Morty where one of the main characters is literally working at a pawn shop with the devil but like Super Super Science GRANDPA finds out to remove curses and they do it for a steep price. I had no idea did it Friday. The thirteenth series episode. That's awesome. I haven't seen is it season three season two. I thought I saw I'll just have to watch them all again anyway because they go by so fast. You can't hold on. Oh Yeah so oncological. Lewis has made a deal with the devil but he's GonNa find out later. It was hard. It was for attornal youth. I was like didn't work. They just immortality it was this young in this pretty about also is going to be very wealthy and if he was very wealthy where where does the money go all. He left to his nieces. Nephews detail kin was a pond shop like where's earn antique shop. Excuse me the like. Wouldn't there be more wealth with the wealth. He wasn't very good at what he did. he was dealing in dollars which doesn't really work Oh. You can't redeem them. At the end of the gain all the tariffs the terrorism effective ten dollars. They don't handle those devil dealers up there and no three no. They don't know they don't I'm. I'm sorry I've been busting on. It's been a Canada movie week like I've done my three podcast about Canadian movie so I'm stuck in Canada and I'm just love it. I love it up here. It's Nice 'cause I'm going to stay here. Came your school but I have a couple of good musical about them anyway. Not The point right now we have we have digressed already so yes but like as Maya said he has reneged on his deal and the devil is not having it and kills his ass by dropping him down the elevator shaft which somehow record about the sequence that leads to throwing him down the elevator shaft to hell because there's there's ghosts of object. There's the ghost of a radio station radio coming back on I fixed me tries to grab the crucifix. Ghost birds hand curse Crucifix Crucifix. That is really fun present. It's been ghost of a curse of layers on layers here but if there is a ghost of a ghost crucifix out they're all those other things that are in there that means there is a curse curse crucifix in there and then and then when they do throw it when the devil does get down the elevator shaft. We see the literal fires of hell and it's very dramatic. the whole thing looks like a video game gutsy this or we'll get the thing. That's the whole thing that got me for this. They got an emmy know how many special effects and there's just so of the time they're so even even at the time they were bad because the first time I saw this was actually not this episode with the following episode poison pen and there is a madame -ation that that my you're GonNa be like I look forward to. Why did you even try living try..

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"curio shop" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick

ID10T with Chris Hardwick

01:50 min | 1 year ago

"curio shop" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick

"We had a Jahic fountain. We had a fountain that went in and all the water sort of fell in all proud of this really cool. That's really cool. So what we've learned is that. China's on everything. Address feminist wave. It's just draw a giant. That'd be fun. I also I also want to reinvent the word bitch. And you remember when bitch and was a cool thing. Does that car is bitten that needs to be? What pitch means again? Like I want to bitch cave. Yeah. Right. And it's like this awesome place to hang out in my bitch cave. I was joked on that was really funny you should make in your bitch. Cape would have DVD stuff in it. I would imagine DVD stuff in all of my MST's. I'm not a big AC person. So it would be a very small bitch gay Bill guy. Sure. Sure. Sure. Sure. But it doesn't like camping stuff. I keep my camping stuff and my bitch. What's your bitch cave? You can have anything you want. And I want you can literally have it. That's. That's. Airship themed wallpaper. Now are your. Punky wallpaper. But if you do another season relics and rarities could you would you say welcome to the bitch. Isn't it? It's so because it's pretty fancy like your sets. Now, we are real fancy set. I don't know. I mean, I don't know the Curio shop so much of what I was trying to do it that is to give kind of feminine twist on it. So it's not a tavern. It's a cure. It's an antique store, you know, that like adventure comes from everywhere on the against taverns. But like, I don't drink. So that's not that. I think is interesting for me. So I wanted it to be in a place where it was the last place you'd ever expect there to be magic. But then like, so your grandmother, I said it should look like your grandmother's attic. And you know, you go on your grandmother's adequately. This is all junk, why don't you just throw this all away? She takes antique roadshow makes four thousand dollars..

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"curio shop" Discussed on The Amateur Traveler Podcast

The Amateur Traveler Podcast

03:46 min | 1 year ago

"curio shop" Discussed on The Amateur Traveler Podcast

"Six again, it's looks like teeth Pete. I mean, everything is had to come up with ways to pull you in. When you're. Driving down the road back then. So then it got really creative with it. And we just don't see that when we're driving along the highway as much anymore. We'll in that what should not be confused with the teepee motel. This is a Curio shop. But that I think that's actually unread sixty six also, isn't it? Yeah. So we're almost to those. Okay. Yep. But yeah, it just it goes on and on Albuquerque. You've got to sixty six diners standard diner, you can justify aside trip up to Santa Fe because the early route did go up to Santa Fe it did Santa Fe loss down when they took a bend out of the road at some point lost all the traffic the up. I think Santa Fe did. Okay. What do you think? You could easily time this with bloom fiestas Albuquerque, which is spectacular. It is indeed. And we have a whole episode bloom fiestas Albuquerque as well. So it's well worth a listen because it's it's absolutely worth going to. Oh, absolutely. It's it's a bucket list item. It is it is heading out of Albuquerque you start to get towards while the El Rancho motel in Gallup, that's where all your movie star stayed when they were filming westerns out west, and you can go in there. And they've of course, got a gift shop. So you've got petrified forest national park, which is one of the most underrated national parks, stealing national park that route sixty six ever did go through and they've got a cool. They've got an old. I believe Studebaker that they've allowed to rust out by where the road used to be. What's also cool is that's also we start to get into the area where the Harvey company really started to get big. Okay. So there's a lot of cool stuff. There's one of the original with the call Harvey houses. Now, I'm going to guess that a lot of people haven't there's a book about the Harvey company that came out within the last decade. But a lot of people probably don't know who you're talking about to make a long story short Harvey, basically was kind of disgusted with what was available in terms of food and beverage while traveling by train what would happen as the train would stop in into a town there. And the town knew that they were the only people gotta eat. So they were known to. To take food that people left on their plates and reheat it. They've been known to charge double and say if you don't leave you're not you're not gonna make your train unless you pay. It had become the wild west out there and Harvey basically changed all of that and made train travel when we think about the luxurious cross country train crossings made it a thing. The eventually, I believe it was his son had a hand and TWA if I'm not mistake. Of course. Yeah. Basically to bring the same principles to the sky when we think about how flying, you know, used to be a little bit more luxurious the credit a lot of that to Harvey son bringing the same principles, of course, the Harvey girls he hired in. It's again, he was a head of his time. And a lot of ways people will say, okay, he only hired single mostly attractive women to the Harvey girls. But at the same time this was when none of the women out west even had a hope of getting a job. And so they became their own click. They were very strict in terms of of how the women were to behave and things like that. But it really led to all of your modern what we think of with servers and and gratuity in good service that really a lot of it can be traced back to Harvey. So you can actually go to one.

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"curio shop" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show

The Tony Kornheiser Show

03:51 min | 2 years ago

"curio shop" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show

"News is it's a procedure for being allowed to security when you cannot prove who you say, you are the bad news is meet your new best friend who I will call here by the pseudonym of officer, upper I will let you pay your own picture of what his first and middle initials may be a leave out describing the anger and the despair in the fear in the waiting and like your experience leave out the white down and the testing of Han shoes zippers carry on's and how to wear I won't even well on the. A pack down technique that had me wondering if my wife had been allowed in the room, the officer would've asked her mind, if I with your date at no the worst, the absolute worst was a never ending barrage of Seinfeld esque monologue, while he did it because no Tony I didn't get an explanation of just how much of a romp in the back of the Ford Fairlane. I was about to enjoy I got instead the comedy stylings of officer and his one line pearls of observational humor. It was a hostage situation. Not because I object to the need for a thorough physical search and such a situation. I really don't wanna why parenthetically, but because of the fear that make it worse. I was compelled to chuckle after every single autopsy of a joke while a stranger felt me up. Nothing will make you anger than having a guy airport sticks hand on your pants and then casually as so who's here from outta town. Wondering what the? The show up by Hampton Nager, Dallas. Scrape? Douglas, Devon in Adrian, Michigan one two three four unread emails. I'd like to thank the good people at Kohl's for sending ten emails day tilt. This wonderful dream come true. Aided solicit. Subscribe unsubscribe, Omar, Nadya, porterville, California. My six year old son has started to obsess about sports to the point that he's constantly trash talk in the opponents on the screen. We started to watch the game in for some reason got attached to the green team Binghamton to the point where he was trash talking the purple team northwestern when the score got to forty eight nineteen became inconsolable and put a blanket over set and looks like he was going to cry. Luckily, a quick trip to McDonald's. Happy meal fixed them right up needless to say, we didn't watch anymore the game. My son's name is Mike Tony six, but he knows a lot about sports. The numbers Sean from Chicago. I'm writing to enquire how you recent decision to become a Notre Dame bar has affected Chatters bottom line. It has helped Notre Dame fans of the Subaru drivers of college sanctimony. Only matched by their frugality when you have nobody. And then people come in. They can be frugal for a while. And it helps the bottom line. Dr Tony want cheap Subaru drivers in your four profit restaurant bodies, baby. I want bodies willingness Ottis from Martin top Zoli, by the way, we have a professor of political science from Florida Gulf Coast here today case, anybody needs political science team lecture of tap is only thank you for cleaning up that you didn't do your homework for the Binghamton and northwestern game. I couldn't tell from some of the softball questions. You receiving during what's better color was better mascot, come on? You miss degrade opportunity discuss Bearcats excrement reeks of buttery popcorn. I learned this factoring tour at the San Diego safari park over the weekend or our tour guide who was. Also transplant from northern Virginia. Shoutout to the Amazon Alexa, noted that the Bearcats trainer can no longer hold his stomach around. Popped corn kernels covered and saturated fats tried to process. This fact, I also contemplated. If I was having a David Aldridge moment. I thought to myself maybe this guy found a way around the Twenty-three me. Thank you for the laughs and solicit you know, what to do from Neilan Rockville. You did check after your experience to make sure that the guy was TSA agent, right? From Joe far hat in Minneapolis. So Washington took Mark. But fumble Sanchez over the Peterman or any of them account and mcdown brothers. What a world we live in these days. Neilan Rockville again when Michael be opening up the chatter shirt and Curio shop at twelve in the morning. Black Friday specials always open if you're out of your bike. Everyone is always do wear white. Tony.

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"curio shop" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"curio shop" Discussed on KQED Radio

"I mean, she's she's a very interesting singer. She does that's from her first album, a key from eighteen ninety seven, but I picked up this kind of on a whim at this little store that was described as a Curio shop or something you had a lot of like Mexican wrestling masks and flags from different Latin American countries in it, and then they had all these CD's on the floor. I would say about five hundred CDs or selling for like, a dollar a piece or something. So I picked up a whole bunch of stuff from damn over. The course of however, many months before they closed shop, and this was one of those records. It is so cool that you in your neighborhood in New York City live so close to these places where you can hear the music from Greece Albania, Egypt, Mexico, and many other places really cool. And thank you for bringing some of it to us today. Gary Sullivan, host of Bodega pop live on WFAN twenty four hours. Dream give the term radio. Thanks a lot. Thank you very much for happy. And you could find all of our DJ session picks on Spotify. Just search for NPR here. Now Ross on apple music or a here now. Doc. A fast friendship comes to a screeching halt the president. Sees the news line in the wake of the elections by removing sessions with threatened to do all the time. Jeff Sessions is out as attorney general leaving a big question Mark over the future of the Muller investigation. That's next time on the takeaway from WNYC NPR. I. Stay with us for that story and.

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"curio shop" Discussed on WRVA

WRVA

04:19 min | 2 years ago

"curio shop" Discussed on WRVA

"Everything heard just about every story about at guerrilla poem. We talked to him in the first half hour of our program a few hours ago, and it was kind of spooky some of things you were telling us first off, you know, anybody who's gone on main street through shock. Bottom has probably driven by this house. It stands out because it's diminutive, and it is an old stone house. Is it true that this is saying it on the air? So hope it's this really is the oldest surviving structure in Richmond from the seventeen hundred. No, Saint John's church is a little bit older. Oh, really? There's also a place just off a four still avenue just past jank that's a little bit older. The house were an untimely. Sure. How old it is whatever records from when it was built to been lost over the years. The first insurance record from about eighteen reports seventeen eighty three and by then it wasn't worth anything because it was so old. So people had this legend. In the may was built in the sixteen hundreds but the floorboards that we've dated come to about seventeen fifty four. So it is the only pre revolutionary war house still standing in downtown Richmond. And it's the oldest house still standing in the regional city limits of Richmond. This was lot number thirty two of William birds plan for the city as the city grew out. So and it's got the plaque on the front anybody who's a plaque hunter, I know people that I go out and do things with because I always stop wherever we're going and read plaques to see what history took place there. It's got the plaque on it that you know, rich have seen over the years about that history. And it's labeled as the oldest. It's quality plaque out there at least since the thirties. And it says that the house is built by Jacob in seventeen thirty seven which is pretty miraculous. He didn't move here until seventeen thirty eight. So somebody's got something wrong here. Okay. When did the po- museum, come to this home? Was there a chance that this thing could have been torn down or just collapsed on its own an old Curio shop and antique shop over the years. And I think the only reason it survived is because in the late nineteenth century. There was a big sign up for the at Washington's headquarters, and you could pay to take a tour of the house. We have a guidebook to the house from eighteen ninety four that says that chief peleton built the house Pocahontas got married there. Washington has headquarters there and Patrick Henry has law is all in the same house. That's pretty remarkable famous place in America, then and then some spoilsport around nineteen hundred said, none of that's true Washington wasn't even here during the revolution. And it looked like the house will be demolished around nineteen thirteen but Granville Valentine bought it. And he saved it from destruction. And he gave to the sociation for the preservation geniune equities. It's now preservation Virginia. And they gave it to the poems and the poem it started as early as nineteen oh six they just wanted a statue of poed Richmond. They thought that was a literary great. He's one of America's best known writers around the world, certainly Richmond's best known around the world. And he deserves to be remembered, but the city disagreed, so they didn't get their statue. So in nineteen twenty two ninety six years ago, they opened a Poche Rhine here and everyone thinks Edgar Allan Poe's lived here. But he didn't know his homes in Richmond have been demolished over the years. But the bricks you see in the walkways the walls the benches in the garden came from posed different homes in Richmond and his place of employment. All right. Well when we come back. I wanna ask you about two stories in particular one the demise of PLO and how he died in Baltimore. I think especially as we get closer to this election day a little over a week away. Was he engaged in some sort of weird effort to throw an election? That's why he was so drunk and died I want I'm going to ask you about that plus from the eighties. The boss of Edgar Allan Poe aback was stolen and then miraculously showed up on the front porch of the place. And I just happened to be there that day. I was thinking of seventeen years old. We'll talk about that story along with the rest of the mystery of Edgar Allan Poe and his connection to Richmond. When we return on NewsRadio W via the purpose of the great.

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"curio shop" Discussed on KSRO

KSRO

08:51 min | 2 years ago

"curio shop" Discussed on KSRO

"Gifts. There. You pick opportunities from not just picking apples and pumpkins but roses eggs. All right. So you should understand folks that I have a woman I buy garden roses from when my parents passed I inherited a bunch of random things, including some really ugly Moreno glass. Forgive me, if I've insulted anyone my mom used to collect it. And so I gave it to this woman down the road in Duncans mills who has kind of an antique Curio shop. But she's also a flower farmer. And so for a year and a half after my mom passed. My mother was buying me. Gardiner isn't that wonderful? There's a real connection to those kinds of things in our community isn't there, and this is an opportunity to go and talk to the people who raised these things who nurture these things some of whom are second third fourth fifth generation farmers, right? Yes. And their tours and demonstrations and workshops, and it's really an amazing way to connect with your local food shed. Well, and and the point is that you can develop relationships that feed you all year long. The spirit and the soul. So what are the things? I like is I I'm complaining about this rather publicly with a polite and warm heart that the county doesn't really as a county officially in my opinion, and the impending many other beloved folk celebrate the harvest the way it should. But we're working on it. Everybody's working on it. And one of the things that's happened. Is there is a new event called honoring the whole animal? I love that a lot, you know, dusky ESTES, our friend from Zaza says that she raises her animals, very carefully and thoughtfully they have a wonderful life and only one bad day. And and frankly, if they don't notice it it's done so carefully. So here it says meet and fall in love with our small and dedicated meat producers, pork chicken duck. Beef lamb are talented, wool and fiber artists are cheese ice cream and yogurt. Make all the people. I love mean. I'll I'll need is a strawberry farmer and I'm sat right. And this is Saturday October thirteen. Two thousand eighteen and at the Veterans Memorial building in Santa Rosa from nine AM to one PM and the admission folks is free. These are people who really want you to share and find out it's there's education tasting writing and petting always an important aspect and much more. So today, we have a visitor so Catherine third from the four H foundation. Yes. Big active part of helping with the heritage Turkey project is which we by. We'll talk about it in a minute. But but you been involved with four H for a long time. Yes, we have leaders, and but we're also members of slow food Russian river, which is the organization sponsoring the honoring the whole animal, and what's the thinking behind it. I mean, I know what the eating and tasting. How long has this been planned? It's actually been in the planning for about two years. And it is just what it says to honor the whole animal. There's a lot of controversy over meet these days, and but there's a lot of people that are out trying to preserve heritage breeds. Which is done by by harvesting them. Yeah. By by taking care of them. Market for them. Exactly. And this is also pointing to the other things the other products of the animal. So in other words, will I mean, we have some incredible weavers, and we're not talking about here. It is right. So yeah, we're gonna have a number of people there Heather from Heather's meets is. Beef specialty in this area, and they're Sarah. And Marc from green star far very, very farm. Yes. And great people. They have Soifer free eggs and delicious. Stay also have a wonderful selection of meats, lamb, and chicken. Right. I wait a second. Folks. I want you to know that we're talking to Catherine THAAD from heritage Turkey, actually your. I'm with the snow mechanic heritage Turkey project. Okay with slow food Russian river. Okay. And what do you do during the day? What's your day job? She's not gonna tell me he works. No. But we're talking to Carmencita from farm trails. All right. So who else is going to be there, and how does it work? Well, let's see we have Tom splitter. Who makes beautiful spinning wheels. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Working tools wool working tools. Jan from Vega. Pastures makes hats and wool spun from her own sheep. We've got Hazel from data pastures is selling yarns and at eighty. Pillow. I bought a pillow from her. Mazing? I wanted things I love is that you're referring to all these people by their first names. And that's oftentimes how they're known at a farmers market, right or at at at any kind of a gathering, you know, there's Tom with those wonderful eggs from Armstrong. And that's always say, I mean, people think that Alice waters, invented the share phenomenon of chefs and food people, right? Oh, it's Alice. Right. And and we do that. But we do that with farmers and people in our in our community who make and raise wonderful foods, and who we trust. And who we love gas. And we will also have a blacksmith they're getting demonstrations at a soap maker Shing teaching soap making and Strauss farm will be there. Oh, my God to help to show kids how to make butter call. So it's going to be a wonderful date. Now can people sign up before should they just show up and just show up for that as long as they've gone through the farm. Well, anybody could come to that portion of it. But but but you. Actually, like them to go through the farm bureau's dot org website and go register and read see what else is happening that whole weekend. It sounds like a good idea. Now, look we're going to bring the four H R in an a minute. But why don't you tell me a little bit? Katherine about that. Heritage Turkey project, real quick. The oh, you want me type of that? Heritage Turkey project is something that we've been doing that. We're in our thirteenth season with slow food Russian river and snow mccown for each and every year we have somewhere from nine to twelve kids that are raising turkeys on their own land. And then we sell them, and what's the date? They did dinner. His November forthright would ranch in Glen ellyn. We'll get rid of meat a four in person live and in person right here. When we come back. We're going to be talking more about harvest in about how our kids how all generations are participating are sharing. You know, whatever we do the focus is the table right here. The drive with Steve Jackson Andy Field. ABC news. Michael Cohen, the president's former attorney and fixer the guy who said he would take a bullet for the president apparently isn't doing that anymore. Afternoons here on FM news, talk radio one zero three five and ninety four five. Ks are FM news talk radio north county. One zero three five some county ninety four five k s r. Oh. So yes. It's not locked up received by ABC news less than an hour ago. A copy of an Email sent to the Republican majority of the Senate Judiciary committee by lawyers for Christine Blasi Ford. She accuses supreme court nominee Brad Kavanagh of sexual assault years ago back in high school, her attorneys say she agrees to testify, but accuses the committee of not acting in a fair and impartial way and asking for more negotiations to work out details ABC's, Kenneth moten Blasi fours. Attorney writing to the Senate Judiciary committee your cavalier treatment of a sexual assault. Survivor who has been doing her best to cooperate with the committee is completely inappropriate GOP. Chairman took Grassley tweeted directly to Cavanaugh about the deadline extension. I hope you understand is not my normal approach to be indecisive negotiations. Stalled Friday, the main sticking point Blasi force team said she couldn't testify until Thursday to give her time to dry from California to DC Chuck Sivertsen. 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"curio shop" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"curio shop" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

"Vilnius wars l wars hell wars hell wars l where's l wars l but there are a lot of us in charge of ah party the victors victor yeah it's your party ally wallich jim mitchum i self george hamilton some really fine actors were in there too and i remember hearing from mitcham he found what i got some bomb i know i d what the fuck is off oh yeah that's really good you want some oh you bet yeah sure bong yeah you know it's that's african for for grass oh yeah i just never heard a call bong before i never heard called anything before i knew these jokes that my first mother had told me that we're active jokes of people people in so i knew that this is something but i had no idea what was i wished that maybe i'd learned about it when i was if teen but improbably glad that i didn't now i've stopped on my way back from shepherd and studios into the center of london and my i went to a little curio shop and bought the small corncob pipe that's what i'll smoke it in so mitchum is told me when you get down your room give me a call is it okay so i did fine come down on this floor and knock twice the door skinny weird wonderful so i did it went down there and knock twice in the door and then he opens up cpa parts in the back there and some of the people that he comes out in the hall looks around he has hooded is just like his father bob is okay fun he had this long this envelope full of had something i did not know what is now you.

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"curio shop" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

KHNR 690AM

02:11 min | 2 years ago

"curio shop" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

"In business's you know all over the place we've been talking to people but how does it affect people let's find out mike nelson joins us after a pretty i guess spirited meeting that was held on the big island last night mike thanks for joining good morning l let's try this again thanks for joining us early mike good morning especially for you it's really dark isn't it yes it is it is it is mike mike you know you and i go way way back and i wish we could catch up on the radio all of the decades we've missed a recent you know i i've been following what you're doing up there you must be absolutely just distressed at how many people are affected by this first of all for those that don't know tell us a little bit about the volcano volcano art center jenner is we have two locations one is actually in the park where we operate a gallery features over two hundred sixty of our local artists and then we have our neil on a campus which is where we work off of old volcano rogue giving workshops and classes ceramic studios and ongoing lectures what's going on in the art community in volcano would there be some people some of these artists is two hundred and fifty artisans at work with you the depend on the sales from that store or your gallery for a living now let me tell you my what i what i was impressed about first of all not just the fact that we've known each other for a long time at everything you do has executive professionalism but i saw things hanging on the wall that i wish we're in my home in other words what you're talking here is not a curio shop or knickknacks up you're talking about real art by real local artists we've even the in the shot on the other night minute shots over by shoulder was with an avi peace and you know bets several grand right off the bat and we have numerous pieces that are inaccessible four or five thousand dollars.

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"curio shop" Discussed on WWL

WWL

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"curio shop" Discussed on WWL

"The place on sweet shops and galleries furio shots yeah i mean the way it was explained to me once said an antique shop is one that has great works of art a curio shop is one that sells baseball cards or something like that but you don't i the layout of that restaurant it's you've got upstairs downstairs it's kind of a narrow room but it brings everybody together and i'll bet you don't know if you set it up for this reason what the barn is just perfect it's the perfect size it's the perfect and you've been eat very well on in the bar i walk by you've got curious about berries foils.

"curio shop" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

02:08 min | 2 years ago

"curio shop" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Kyw newsradio tell the more than one hundred forty years of prison life it eastern state penitentiary in fairmount are temporarily on display at the historic site kyw's john mcdevitt reports the exhibit called pop up museum walls make good neighbors runs friday through april eighth as you enter the employees conference room turn gallery you see a silent film on the far wall showing the media and a huge crowd waiting for the release of famous gangster al capone in nineteen thirty any anderson overseas research and public programming at eastern state you see a man who has capone statue leaving the prison and all these people rush him but we know that that's not actually capone gives me by mates are in cases like a velvet pin cushion in the shape of a woman's shoe there is a curio shop in the front gate house and neighbors in prison employs would stop by and purchase these items as gifts and mementos for their loved ones state is stabilize ruin so a lot of it's rare artifacts cannot be displayed longterm because of lack of temperature and lighting control john mcdevitt kyw newsradio and now the kyw business report here's jeff bellinger bloomberg business volatility we to wall street in the first quarter and analysts say investors can expect more of the same in the second quarter lena qomolangma is the chief economist at g plus economics great meaning of golden clan market could you sell off the back of strong global grace basically over tackling financial conditions signaling only halfway through that normalization cycle in the second half will be steep back home labor says liquidity has lessened in the market and that means fewer trades can have a bigger than usual impact on market moves the supply managers manufacturing index will be out shortly after the markets opened this morning providing a look at last month factory activity the commerce department will release a report on february construction spending data on the job market will get a lot of attention as the week goes on the labor department's march employment report will be out on friday the shortlist of companies releasing quarterly results this week includes lanar in monsanto i'm jeff bellinger bloomberg business for kyw newsradio isn't this reports on.

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"curio shop" Discussed on Teen Creeps

Teen Creeps

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"curio shop" Discussed on Teen Creeps

"The idea that we should know it yeah and i think that would make the arrest of them look like even more of idiots and patsies like because like the fact that they couldn't see through that because this book kind of reminded me like these characters were definitely like grotesques i felt like not to an extent of like carrie but it definitely was like an uh an indictment on the hour on the need for jiang's another steven kuney look were luke basically a stand in for the devil comes to town with like a curio shop cells things that are like exactly what everybody's heart desires and also pits the all against each other so like one of the things or thursday a pair of on obese housewives who were best friends but also in competition with each other neighbors in overturning the book and they both love elvis and when they go to the shop the shop keeper like leveland something leland devil leland leland accusing leland d ethical as love ever feel even excuse me it is pronounced oh i realise we released mirror mirror today and i can't believe that we weren't thinking about as the satan character's name is lucy lucifer oh dirt she even mostly i'll use the eye doro looser dr i can't believe when we embarrassing agrees though he comes to town one of the house waves goes to the shop and there is like a signed.

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"curio shop" Discussed on WGTK

WGTK

02:19 min | 3 years ago

"curio shop" Discussed on WGTK

"Where are we going today we're going to delve into this story of a chinese belarus ringing is a summons for the day and a living to die you should see in the story i karl death is the judge story begins in a small curio shop in new york's chinatown director john williams one of the finest brain surgeon in the middle way and his wife are celebrating the twentieth wedding anniversary by a trip to new york may have stopped in at this cure shop the santa matter reasons just as they did on their honeymoon twenty years before all john it's the same it's exactly the same is it wise doesn't look at there were thing had been sold through in here last hair trigger it wasn't it okay wrong is dead now i'd be tempted to believe we've gone back twenty years when we came through or even the smell them in central ginger the same peru he must buy something done even if it's only a chunk just the sentiment saint if you wanna take it how 'bout this statue of buddha here it only weighs about threeterm is still not one of these bells john we needed on about oh this when do the better for a temple gone guiling better try again all right jeff oh i have it this is lovely little bellarose crystal hi why pigs up color that rose crystal pens adokie wrong so to some addi known as thurbers something that pleases yes crystal clear how much is it end please don't make the price too high the price is not tie with the lady would not let it what i do of it why should you think i would once it was a most unlucky bear now it is broken my uttered further cable broke it to break the him that followed a broken where excel right to ni it is broken because it will not renew the carpet is gun leftright mary the clapper is missing but i could easily have a new clapper nate it is not possible only the clapper carved win this bear was carved out of the same block of roh's christer where.

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"curio shop" Discussed on KKAT

KKAT

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"curio shop" Discussed on KKAT