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Adele Treats Her Fans With Distain

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

01:25 min | Last month

Adele Treats Her Fans With Distain

"Adele's screwed over her fans. And now she has seemed to have a, you know, she seemed to develop a genuine disdain for her fans since she lost the weight. Think about it. But when she was fat, she didn't talk shit about fans. She didn't do bad things to her fans. Once she dropped the weight and became quote unquote beautiful oh, then things happened. That maybe you want a happy about. The truth of her cancellation more likely has to do with her obsession with this guy, rich Paul, so this whole thing of her pain for the house shouldn't be interpreted as a bit of a delicious karma. Really? Whatever her natural gifts, what she did to ticket holders in Las Vegas was the most unprofessional thing I've seen in a long time. Chalene dionne suffers from a debilitating illness, she gives months months of noise before she cancels. She can't begin to refund when people lost investing in seeing her Adele. She should never have done it. And lying about why, on top of it, you know what? Not good Adele, not good.

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Dolly Parton, Eminem, Lionel Richie among Rock Hall nominees

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 8 months ago

Dolly Parton, Eminem, Lionel Richie among Rock Hall nominees

"The the the the rock rock rock rock and and and and roll roll roll roll hall hall hall hall of of of of fame fame fame fame has has has has announced announced announced announced its its its its list list list list of of of of nominees nominees nominees nominees for for for for this this this this year year year year our our our our margins margins margins margins are are are are letter letter letter letter with with with with the the the the latest latest latest latest Dalai Dalai Dalai Parton Parton Parton Lionel Lionel Lionel Richie Richie Richie a a a tribe tribe tribe called called called quest quest quest and and and Eminem Eminem Eminem are are are among among among the the the acts acts acts were were were being being being considered considered considered for for for rock rock rock hall hall hall induction induction induction artists artists artists are are are eligible eligible eligible twenty twenty twenty five five five years years years after after after their their their first first first commercial commercial commercial recording recording recording there there there are are are acts acts acts considered considered considered more more more rock rock rock Judas Judas Judas Priest Priest Priest Pat Pat Pat Benatar Benatar Benatar and and and rage rage rage against against against the the the machine machine machine so so so back back back and and and Carly Carly Carly Simon Simon Simon each each each get get get their their their first first first nomination nomination nomination the the the others others others under under under consideration consideration consideration are are are Kate Kate Kate bush bush bush Devo Devo Devo Duran Duran Duran Duran Duran Duran Eurythmics Eurythmics Eurythmics Fela Fela Fela Kuti Kuti Kuti MC MC MC five five five New New New York York York dolls dolls dolls and and and Dionne Dionne Dionne Warwick Warwick Warwick the the the inductees inductees inductees will will will be be be announced announced announced in in in may may may

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"dionne" Discussed on Fraudulationship to Freedom

Fraudulationship to Freedom

06:15 min | 11 months ago

"dionne" Discussed on Fraudulationship to Freedom

"About ten years Though i've gone i went through it. I've dealt with it while this virus was has been working about. That didn't really help my anxiety all that much. But since the world had to be shut down and schools it slightly easier to adjust to a world had to be put on pause as the result of it. I did return to school. I mean. I can't say out of school forever. I did eventually return to my academics in my classes because of the pandemic at it really have to worry about adjusting to my diabetes at my campus was able to so maintain adjusting to it at home and continuing to push forward. But yes i'm healthy. I'm thriving. I know you're probably couldn't wonder which type of diabetes. I have because i know that question is brought up a lot. I don't know specifically which type i have The doctors didn't really specify that this supposed to be tested or somebody else but since it was new. I didn't my feeling. I didn't think to figure out a way to the i because this was a new chain. I gotta get doctor after get under. Knockers have checked out regularly more so than usual so on for the time being for the soon to be two years which is hard to believe. i've been treating it as type one in so. Yeah that's been going pretty well but yet that's what i that's what i kind of figured that it was type one. Just because you're young and you're weight was not an issue and all of that right. Yeah so Mega thing is That regular store my life. You not being able to hero talk unbelievable that i never until i. It wasn't a talk into podcasting. That i made it a point to mention into share that part of my story because for some reason. I didn't think it was worth mentioning active conversation. Share like this is a part of my life. This is how it came to be. This would explain why had strong. I struggled with mental health. Which is the fundamental topic of my podcast. So i have to share this. Like i can not share this part of who i am so it wasn't until i got into podcasting that i myself understood the true depths of my own personal story so it is symbiotic. All of this played a factor into launching my podcast. So and and the fact that you've gone for a year with podcasting vats commendable as well because most podcasts. I've heard kinda faded away after seven or a lot of podcast. Maybe not most but a lot of podcast just fade away after seven episodes and here you are a full year later going strong You have a whole collection of really interesting interviews. I have scanned that this morning as i was prepping to talk to you. And there's all sorts of different topics of mental health people's stories interviews. So can people find you If they want to check out your podcast speaking fine my podcast we have a facebook. Page called words apart podcast. We are also on youtube under the same name. It's my own personal youtube channel so euros a bit funny and silly but It's not that hard to find long type in words Podcast fairly good at naming my episodes when i applaud until you to get of course. You can listen to it on apple's spotify by google in wherever you listen to your podcast pretty much sums up. How can listen to my podcast. If you get in touch with me personally they can find me on twitter at heart order twenty four. I'm very much active on twitter. And that's probably where the most podcast engagement occurs for me. If you're not a fan of twitter. I completely understand. They can find me on instagram at art word. Twenty five in there. You may stumble upon some video previews of my interviews and any other creative pursuits. Because i am a poet in a digital art student. Well so i'm those two social media platforms are probably. The best is far as getting contact with me personally. And if they wanna share their own podcasts. They're welcome to go to those social media sites to contact me that way as well. Excellent excellent so just to wrap up here any final things that you want to leave with listeners. Today i would like to tell your listeners that you are a warrior. In spite of your circumstances that is a great message. And i think a great way to end a great note to end on hero warrior. In spite of your circumstances year certainly an example of that. And i appreciate so much that you came on the podcast shared your story. It's just a very inspirational and just commendable completely. So i just keep moving forward and all the best of luck to you. Thank you may in. Thank you for letting me share my story on your podcast Lot you are very welcome. I would love to connect with you on social media. You can find me on instagram or facebook at fraudulent chip or come check out the website at fraudulent ship dot com..

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Ovechkin gets career goal 732, now 5th all-time

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 1 year ago

Ovechkin gets career goal 732, now 5th all-time

"Alex Ovechkin scored two goals in past Marcel Dionne into fifth place on the NHL's all time goal scoring list with seven hundred thirty two as the capitals beat the Rangers five to one in the season opener of educ and added two assists one on T. J. Oshie scores goal of the season he also assisted on Henrik lapierre's first NHL goal veterans on the capital scored three power play tallies store on the ceiling when nobody getting to go into the game you know give us that kind of extra motivation extension yeah so think of a what cardinal pope and considers of Justin Schultz also scored for the capitals walk Chris Kreider had

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"dionne" Discussed on Negotiate Anything

Negotiate Anything

04:52 min | 1 year ago

"dionne" Discussed on Negotiate Anything

"What another way. I also asked myself is what do i know to be true so i know i'm a i'm a. I'm a supportive mother. I'm loving mother. That if i don't if i say no to something to give myself some self care it doesn't make me a bad mom. That is what. I knew to be true so it just kind of having that self talk with yourself in the moment. Is me really taking some time for self care making an unreliable unfit mother right or can i have a bowl of this me not mean taking an hour for myself makes me a bad mom. Can i have a bowl of that. It's not true it's not a fat. I cannot have a bowl of that. It sounds strange but in the moment it can disrupt that that tape recorder in your mind. You know that. Oh if i'm not there for them all the time. What will they think of me you. Yeah this is great because what we're talking about. We're we're getting really deep. And i knew we would. The this is medical condition right. You have cognition which is just thinking the new have meta cognition which is thinking about thinking right and so what we're doing here is we're challenging those initial assumptions the stories as you call it is you're saying i think that's a great way to put it right so okay. This is the story a lot of times. We just say okay. That's the truth and we move on. We just keep on going but slow down and take a second and say well. Hey that's what i thought. Do i know that to be true. Is this appropriate. Is there another way in. Essentially we're negotiating with ourselves. Demonstrating some internally directed curiosity and allows us to to make a higher level analysis in a more complete analysis of the situation so we can make a better decision in the moment absolutely or getting higher or getting above above the circumstance right..

"dionne" Discussed on Negotiate Anything

Negotiate Anything

05:04 min | 1 year ago

"dionne" Discussed on Negotiate Anything

"The past and it's a great refresher if you've been a listener for a long time enjoy welcome to the show. Thanks for joining us. It's so good to be here. Kwami thank you for having me. This is good. Yeah it's my pleasure. So how would you get started by telling us a little bit about yourself. And what you do sure why not. So my name is dion nichols and i am a life and wardrobe stylist. I'm also the host of a a youtube series called what gives you life so I actually get to work with amazing women they live these very multifaceted lives. They are leaders in their community. They are mothers. They are wives. They are entrepreneurs owners and they still want more and so that's when that's when they come to me and whether it's working on their purpose Whether it's working on a new a new venture We can work being as a big focus of what i do in terms of Mike coaching it's the the actual oncological approach to coaching. And once we worked on that being if they would like to work on their look. I can do that twos. I can work with women from the inside out fantastic. Yeah that is really cool. That is really cool. And let's also give the listeners how we first met to. Oh yeah this. This feels like we're coming three sixty actually I remember when i actually was struggling. Personally around I was actually consulting at the time and had had this challenge when it comes to advocating for myself. I'm always been very good about advocating for others. But when it came to my salary at the time i was working as an independent contractor and you know i was trying to negotiate my My first contract with the client in midtown manhattan. And i suppose you know what i need to up my up my negotiation skills. So i went on your podcast and fell in love and then one day you.

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Winfrey, Hearst Have Black Journalists Tell Elders' Stories

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 1 year ago

Winfrey, Hearst Have Black Journalists Tell Elders' Stories

"Oprah Winfrey is leading a project that team's young black journalists an older black activists community leaders and regular people to talk about their lessons on life our margins are a letter with the latest Oprah Winfrey recalls being in her twenties when she became friends with port my Angelo who stressed the importance of knowing one's history Winfrey's lift every voice project teams young interviewers and photographers for mostly historic black colleges and universities with people older than seventy with remarkable stories among those interviewed or singers Dionne Warwick and Patti LaBelle actor Andrea shields an activist Claudette Colvin and opal leak the stories will run on Oprah daily dot com and in magazines like elle Good Housekeeping and esquire

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"dionne" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:03 min | 1 year ago

"dionne" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Dionne Warwick, Smokey Robinson. Everyone singing the same song. As happens every week on the show, subject to change What host Patrick Bryant calls pat nauseam he picks apart. One song has been covered by a cornucopia of artists. Music he finds on his 15,000 albums or at websites like Secondhand songs. And Patrick Brian joins us. Welcome. Thank you so much for having me. How did you come up with this? I think part of boredom in being somewhat contrarian. I spent a lot of time in thrift record stores. And I would just buy up these cheap $1 records of sixties celebrities or folks and I would notice the same song. And just became fascinated by the idea of a song being just covered by this multitude of people from, you know, Andy Williams, Dusty Springfield, Johnny Mathis, Isaac Hayes and the like. Well, and by the way, we should say You're a union lawyer. Uh, in your 9 to 5 job, God bless college radio stations where you can do something like this, And we also want to say that this song, which is it's just iconic was written by the grave. The legendary songwriting team Berg back rack held David 1962. Recorded later that year for the first time by Chuck Jackson. Later, Tommy Hunt. So Dusty Springfield's version was already a cover. Are you surprised by things like that findings like that? I thought that song just came right out of the gate a hit. It's interesting of the time and part of why I'm so fascinated is you would have the same song covered by many different artists, sometimes competing with each other. To try and see if it would click with any particular one. So, for instance, that song was recorded with Chuck Jackson first, and they didn't like his vocals, so they substituted Tommy Hunt. Using his vocals released it, It went nowhere. Dusty meets back rack encourages her to cover that song. And then she does it, and suddenly, people are listening to dusty. Well, first here, Chuck Jackson,.

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"dionne" Discussed on 70 Over 70

70 Over 70

04:01 min | 1 year ago

"dionne" Discussed on 70 Over 70

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"dionne" Discussed on 70 Over 70

70 Over 70

07:20 min | 1 year ago

"dionne" Discussed on 70 Over 70

"What they would do. That made it so that they could play the way they look really walk all those things that made of who they are and they in turn say embraced me you know made sure that i wa straight now do you. You miss that time in your life on stage that often being in those rooms missing your home for year. This is only as i've ever been really able to. The i enjoy now and sleep in my own bid and get up a wanted to if i didn't did utilizing there's sort of as a haitian i've never had. It's been actually in wonderful. But i am missing. Nitric is just. I'm missing do but even now do you feel like you can do it in the same way. I mean once we get out of this you know. I guess you nash. The fact that it doesn't matter where i what womb and playing. what auditory them where forming. I am always me. You know. I have gotten on sage forgotten words to look on audience. Nobody seeing right. What does not say. Yeah you got that right you saying the right. Words is You yeah. I think people know was i hit this stage anywhere else performing and just have a dog in town that i'm utilizing and china make you happy and i'm doing that. That's what my j. o. B. is such a generous way to think about it really at all. Do you ever think about a day when you can't go on stage anymore. No not really that. I do have something that i did aside from sitting i have an interior design company. That he's quite is the as well. And i also that my credentials about i change. I'm not concerned about not being able to go on stage any longer. You know that's gonna be another vacation thing. What would you teach is to get a degree. Have you taught anytime recently and it did. It would be really fun to take a music class with you. Thanks yeah okay. i'm i'm not I'm not very difficult that i do. Expect the best that you can get you. I don't find that very surprising. I gotta tell you. I'm glad to hear that. I do find a little surprising. That you're still thinking about teaching as a backup plan though like Dionne warwick you. Don't need a backup plan right. Daddy that one. I don't know. I guess i guess i think of you as having reached the peak of some pretty tall mountains. You know and why. Yeah i guess so to be honest with you. I think that's that's something. I'm trying to figure out myself. A little bit you know is. Is there some point that you can reach. Were you'll feel content. Is there some point. That feels like all right. I did the thing. I'm good i'm done or is that not a real idea. You know that's always something else there always is. You know the brain doesn't sell you're always thinking and idea will often to you during that you cannon so why be content with only what you're doing at this point in time. Have you written a book. No no. I haven't why not i don't know some combination of it seems very difficult and i don't think they would want anyone would want to have to say you know that. Now you're gonna maybe sit down and feel like i have to write a book. You why not. You know you're able to do is doing now with vince. You can write screen. I don't know what do you what do you think. Stop people from doing those things carry. Maybe nobody putting the at. And i just do i think on some level. It's like the reason that. I believe that. I don't do things at least just fear i think i don't know failing he's been told snow total before. Yeah i've been told no before. I don't think i liked it very much. Well that's not supposed to lack has no doesn't exist in my mcafee. Larry has got a yes. Is that something you can learn. Fractious learn you practice it. How do you practice it. You know the old saying to close in an open. Yeah and you just have to keep buying those doors and pee opening than they close to. The one of them will open. Is that how you think about your your life in your career. Just like When you look back at it does it. Look like one cohesive plan like a journey that always made sense or does it feel more random and chaotic than that you know i was taught and jump street very young grandfa- again that we create or dane does the what we will put on this earth to do got as a plant. The any keeps putting other things in your wage accomplish and once you're done everything he wants to do. And i. i mean this sincerely hot. where's your past completed. Then you read war. That's when can say okay. I want my remote give it to them. Can i ask you a question. i'll let you go. What was your grandfather's name. Lv e. l. a. ramping elsie warrick. It's incredible the here. You talk about the impact that he had on him and he's come up again and again and in this conversation yeah. My grandfather was questions and a brilliant interesting that i will throw it in backwards and Live of the bible and they show that we knew desirable in charge a lot.

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"dionne" Discussed on 70 Over 70

70 Over 70

07:14 min | 1 year ago

"dionne" Discussed on 70 Over 70

"We all here all the time. How important sleep is and yet so few of us actually take that advice to heart and try and get a good night's sleep like i know i should sleep seven hours but for most of my life i feel like i've been like five or six hour person anyway. I'm gonna give you some tips quickly for things you can do to sleep better. You can adjust your lighting. Just us warm tone bulbs you want to sleep in a cold room. Sixty five to sixty eight degrees is ideal. And here's the thing that i've been doing for the last couple of weeks. That has really helped. I've been sleeping on a sleep number bed specifically the sleep number three sixty smart bed which allows you to set the exact firmness of your mattress. It's super comfortable. I like mine quite firm. And i've been sleeping great. I've been getting my seven hours. Finally thanks to sleep number discover proven quality sleep. Save up to five hundred dollars on select sleep number three sixty smart beds. 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I've been thinking if i'm a people than some sections low. And the first time i ever felt a bit of terror absolutely error was my first time at the apollo before me as a solo artist. And i'll tell you how. I got over that nina. Simone have to be standing in the way right. He's going out on stage and she lives at me and she saw the charity us. Very right as dead She said well. I want to give you some. Lou says here when you go out there you go out there and make that stage so hot that who ever has to come out that you at the tiptoe knows keep comparing their feet that's amazing she exactly worse than me and when i walked out on stage. It was the most confident that she gave me that. But it's the dude that she just flip the switch for you. she did as for. How old were you when you walked on that stage one six. Never forget it you can imagine. Do you remember how long you're set was three songs thirty songs. Do you remember what they were it again. Don't make me over any that. Is what what i say. Rachel were and i'd say and how did that feel when you finish that ray charleston. It was magic. Then people spend enough screen and they have the best time with me. I love it man. That must just be an unbelievable feeling to have nina simone. No amazing to hear you tell that story. It makes me think about how many incredible rooms you've been in your life. How many legendary people you've crossed paths with won't are there any other moments where someone gave you a piece of advice that you held onto that change the course of your life in some way that you can think of and so are into ish all them and you know and it sounds like a drop in when i say who my mentors for. But it's got some truth you know. I was embraced the by be i on shammy b. sarah bomb ella fitzgerald the you know diane coun- when danger cranks action game martin. Sammy davis junior. Yeah it was allowed to sit in moons of them and hear stories. They do their owns around the and made me baby spoiled. And i still haven't i. I read your book and there's a story in there about taking notes yet. Yeah with diane care what. What would you write down in that situation. Let's she wore some says she versus she spoke received was introducing songs or just bantering with the body was as were those ladies. I mention they are playing those places that i saw myself playing eventually and i wanted to know.

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"dionne" Discussed on 70 Over 70

70 Over 70

05:16 min | 1 year ago

"dionne" Discussed on 70 Over 70

"Feel that. I was competing with anybody and be a little. You earn everything that you receive you know. Nothing's nothing you. I looked at it. And i was order of those who were in the same realm that i was in on. Those are the fans that i made. During the course of this time you know. I don't think there's anybody in the world could look gladys knight does and water as look alabama's i support or diner us or any of the other ladies that were really excelling and making some wonderful music i applaud. I think that's the way you supposed to do it. Did you feel like when you were recording so prolifically that you were able to be who you are fully absolutely you know. We're doing something completely different than anything of being recorded during that period. John and I was doing what i do. So and everybody else they do so interesting thing. And what about like when You know there a period where where people were calling you a crossover artists where you were doing more pop music than the r&b that you had been never been able to categorized you know. Get what people thought. I would. And you know and i have never ever felt that music should be separated. You know and we come down to it. We all say the same eight note soon. The eight notes in the scale not medically and it's like there's only the way that is presented that makes it different from anything else except for disco just the same maintenance just joking i know that you you you said to me a couple of times now that you you've always known who you are but aside from being someone who says what they think. What else does that mean like. I know this is kind of a ridiculous question but like who you you are. I am dan nothing more nothing less and when you were in that low right when you were like not going to sing disco you felt that just as strongly you're you know it really gave me an opportunity should be mother. I'm supposed to have been That's to just be who the end to regroup and think okay. I got my credentials. I can always teach that if it comes to that you know. I became shoe. Most people don't think we are the human being that i am and re visit who john really nothing to see him stages accounts and the vision of that is out of date. Is there a gaffey. Think between the person that you're fans thought you were and who that person that you reconnected with is you know. People don't always have an opinion. And that's okay eddie. You're unless you get should get it directly from the source you know you think whatever you wanna take and then either so as long as you spell my name right okay. That's all the matters to you country. Yeah many times. I've been dying a and I to go raqi. People and visit one lady followed me through the airport screening pay handbags and i turned around that the name for you and it said there's not a anywhere within the i gotta ask you if you're going to bring up the spelling of your name. Wasn't your name misspelled on your first album. Yes it was. And that was completely discharge botox. I really was and again my grandpa. He was just you know as thing and he said my dollar listening is it. You know your neighbors for rich to are you say you use that view in a very very special way w. a. r. w. is is your stage name professional name. Joe yeah agent and it does help me understand. How it makes sense makes sense..

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Ovechkin scores 2, Capitals beat Flyers 6-3

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 1 year ago

Ovechkin scores 2, Capitals beat Flyers 6-3

"Alex so that you could score twice in the capital's expanded their lead in the east division by downing the flyers six three overage in at seven hundred thirty regular season goals one behind Marcel Dionne for fifth on the all time list John Carlson set up four goals as the caps moved four points ahead of the islanders Dmitry Orlov said getting his nets off Conor Sheary and Anthony Mantha also scored to support him sold off who stopped twenty two shots with Allison got the flyers within four three in the third period before the caps won for the fourth time in five games I'm Dave Ferrie

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Capitals hold on to beat Rangers for 10th win in 11 games

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 1 year ago

Capitals hold on to beat Rangers for 10th win in 11 games

"Make it ten wins in eleven games for the capitals following a five four victory over the Rangers Tom Wilson scored twice and Alex Ovechkin notched the seven hundred and twenty fourth of his career Wilson says his production is a product of his linemates lawyers for the students the line is there that are really hot so is trying to jump on the bandwagon a little bit and told them but you know it's nice to go under that's canasta Levin goals in his last eleven games leaving him seven shy of tying Marcel Dionne for fifth on the all time list Evgeny Kuznetsov twelve goal in ten games put the caps ahead for nothing early in the third period Washington leads the east division by two points of the islanders and have one game in hand I'm Dave very

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Jay-Z, Foo Fighters and The Go-Go's nominated for Rock Hall

AP 24 Hour News

00:17 sec | 1 year ago

Jay-Z, Foo Fighters and The Go-Go's nominated for Rock Hall

"And Iron Maiden leave this year's list of nominees to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. The female heavy list that includes for the first time the go Go's Mary J. Blige and Dionne Warwick. The class of 2021 of the Rock Hall will be announced in May. This is AP News

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Jay-Z, Foo Fighters and The Go-Go's nominated for Rock Hall

AP 24 Hour News

00:17 sec | 1 year ago

Jay-Z, Foo Fighters and The Go-Go's nominated for Rock Hall

"Turner and Iron Maiden leave this year's list of nominees to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. The female heavy list that includes for the first time the go Go's Mary J. Blige and Dionne Warwick. The class of 2021 of the Rock Hall will be announced in May. This is AP News

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Jay-Z, Foo Fighters and The Go-Go's nominated for Rock Hall

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 1 year ago

Jay-Z, Foo Fighters and The Go-Go's nominated for Rock Hall

"The rock and roll hall of fame has named sixteen acts being considered for induction this year I marquees are letter with the latest the go-go's Mary J. Blige Iron Maiden Dionne Warwick and Fela Kuti are first time nominees for the rock hall this year L. L. cool J. has been nominated for a sixth time the other nominees are foo fighters Jay Z. Tina Turner Kate bush devotional could come on the New York dolls reach against the machine Todd Rundgren and Carole King who is already in the rock call for song writing fans can vote for up to five nominees per day until April thirtieth the inductees will be revealed in may the inductions will be in Cleveland in the fall

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"dionne" Discussed on Everything Everywhere Daily

Everything Everywhere Daily

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"dionne" Discussed on Everything Everywhere Daily

"Marie died at the age of thirty five after developing a blood clot in her brain despite the millions of dollars made by the girls when they were young they all had financial difficulties later in life as they saw almost none of the money as adults in one thousand nine eight they sued the government of ontario and eventually settled for four million dollars soon after in two thousand one. Yvonne passed away at the age of sixty seven. So net are still around at the age of eighty. Six cecil's son stole her share of the settlement money and has never been heard from again. Ironically she is once again a ward of the state. Both women have spoken out against the economic exploitation of children. Whether it's child actors kid. Fluency child youtube stars or other families with large multiple births. The women just want to make sure that what happened to them doesn't happen to anyone else. Executive producer of everything everywhere. Daily is james makhala. The associate producer. Is thor thomsen. Today's five star review comes from jason falls over on pod chaser he writes gary has traveled the world and shares all the things he's learned in short episodes that just fill your head with interesting facts and tidbits. It's not a travel podcast. He's a world renowned travel blogger but a history and knowledge. Podcast i love. It helps me polish my trivia knowledge. Well thank you. Jason and you can actually listen to a recent interview. I did with jason on his influence. Podcast right talk about some of the business. Stuff behind this podcast. You can find a link to the show in the show notes..

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"dionne" Discussed on The Tess Zone

The Tess Zone

02:40 min | 1 year ago

"dionne" Discussed on The Tess Zone

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"dionne" Discussed on The Tess Zone

The Tess Zone

05:30 min | 1 year ago

"dionne" Discussed on The Tess Zone

"Your professional life to be honest? Before this year to be quite honest I would say I was not balanced tentative balancing it well at all because it was quite overwhelming as you know, I am an administrative professional professional move and that job was quite demanding but with the onset of Corvettes for me, I made prioritizing myself a priority. I realized that I've been I was trying to fulfill everybody else demands and putting me on the back burner. So I would have made myself a priority and they saw doing that gave me the ability then to say okay yes or no. I find I'm saying no is what keeps me to create new balance. Yeah, a lot of us don't know how to say no. Wait. No. Yeah. Let's just fight when we say no, but we have to say no unapologetically and just do it, you know, and it helps to keep your mind. So for me, that's one of the things and again having a good Community having a good support system in place, whether it's probably whether it's friends home. People who genuinely just care about you and want to see you at grass. They would run with your vision and help you in the areas that you needed. That is so amazing. I love it. Love it. Love it off. You got it. And I think I'm listening and I'm smiling from ear-to-ear them for like, oh my gosh, she gets it and it's important that you get it and get the people that work with you understand that you can support them. And so that they can get it. It's no great experience at each someone something if you haven't experienced it yourself in a perfect example of that awesome. I love the cute because they people need to understand what they're why is in order for me to move forward and you help them along the way with it takes to make that happen in. Okay, this is great. This is great. So My next question for you..

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"dionne" Discussed on The Tess Zone

The Tess Zone

05:40 min | 1 year ago

"dionne" Discussed on The Tess Zone

"It. That is awesome. So you're doing a lot of amazing things. I'm not tell me about about your history or past tell me about who you are. And how did you get where you are today? How we got here today? It took a long time to get here. But I'm so glad to be here to be confident in who I am to understand why bring to the table and to home and to be able to go back into you know, not just to say that this is what I bring to pull to back it up in my actions. I I came from a very my house home was just women. I didn't have a father growing up and because of that I would have gone through a lot of verbal abuse and things physical abuse from family members and may have caused me to you know question myself to to wonder if I could be confident if I could become anything. I I was passionate about writing and even doing music and my birth Years, I was discouraged because of course self-esteem. And so I found that everything that I wanted to do along the way there was always some obstacle but every obstacle was playing into having poor self-esteem. It would have gone through my adult life then gravitated towards men who I thought could give me that fatherly love that. I was missing only to be used and abused by a lot of them in many instances and then I would have learned some very hard and painful lessons. So when I got up from real life that I used to live before which was one that was full of a lot of bandwidth and those kind of things I decided that you know, there must be more to life than this and I had to play my purpose. Like I said, it took me a while to get here, but I I found it awesome. Awesome, So could you give our audience Dion? Maybe a couple what steps it would take for them with your experience to overcome. Excuse me, overcome depression and to gain self esteem for me. My main thing is God. God has been a big not just a big part, but he is the reason why I would have overcome those thoughts. Am I even had like instances of attempting suicide and because of God intervening and rebuilding a relationship with him allow me to be able to overrate the thoughts that would come from plane to plane because it's real easy to slip into depression. If you're not careful. It's very easy to slip into hopelessness. If you don't have a hope, so for me, I would have built my life then a role plays a role having that relationship with him and him being a musician would have allowed me to overcome also having a good community. And when I say a community my closest friends are the people that support me and the people that are there for me not necessarily only when I'm home. The times but when I'm going through rough times, I can be real I can be honest. I can be my authentic self with them. I'm not fair. So for me, those are the two major steps that I would have taken personally took.

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"dionne" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

05:30 min | 1 year ago

"dionne" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"12 years. I mean, now Excuse me, 12 months that years, the whole the whole over a year, right accorded the summer and fall of 1967. And so, yeah, if you ever think you're buying the Valley of the Dolls soundtrack, No, it is not Dionne Warwick singing too on the actual So look for the one with Dion on the cover. Yes. Dionne Warwick in Valley of the Dolls, Right, So there's just a little Dionne Warwick music for your Pleasure for our pleasure. Pleasure. When you gonna tell me about Babs? Well, Barbara Straits in had a great you know, they did that New York Times time. You know their magazine that they do, and they did three covers for their holiday issues. They ended long interviews with Patty level. Tell you about Dolly Parton and Barbara straight in. And so I read the Barbara Stray sends interview. Right? Can't even tell you how much I enjoyed that. You really have got to it the whole piece. It is so good because we did learn a couple of things. Okay from her is that He compulsively plays the stock market. She gets up every morning at 6:30 A.m. to check the opening in New York if she finds the action, quoting quote, interesting, she trades And then she goes back to bed. She's earned Millions of dollars trading stocks and she does it. Several million between 1998 in 2000 and long, she says, I'm up at 6 30 light a fire. I have a hot chocolate and I trade until one o'clock. She's not the most disciplined investor. She panicked during the crash, and 87 lost a fortune in panicked again this past March because panted pandemic But she bought Apple, Amazon, Netflix Netflix in Google. Shares when her then financial advisor told her was too speculative and not to buy funny, and her adviser steered her in to Disney stock in 2011, and she likes to give shares as presents to Children in her life member because we know that you gave this shares to the little girl from Was it? The man who died George? Yes. His daughter Commando. Daddy, can we think of his name? Yeah, and she just bought a van Gogh at a Christie's action, and it was nerve racking and She's she loves collecting art. And she says, I think it's all connected to the last of a parent. Remember her dad, please, When she's just a little girl, and then Trying to think if there's any. She does confirm that to the New York Times that, yes, she did called Tim Cook to complain about cirie, pronouncing her name on We learned that stray sand, but he she said, Yeah, that's a true story. I would like to call Tim Cook right now, because if anybody got the latest update in Morocco, you have an Apple. When you get a phone call now it doesn't Your soul screen doesn't light up so you can hit red answer or green green Answer Red Deny. It just has this tiny little bar across the top of your screen and you have to hit one of the little buttons. You know what I'm talking about? Rakoff. I have other Apple devices, but not a phone so Oh, this is new to me. So you don't know. I know Android. Yeah. Yeah, Me, too. I can't By the time I get to that damn button they've already hung up because it's so little. It's so little it have you ever heard me complain about an ant during update or anything? It is kind of bewildering Why Apple gets such loyalty and they treat their people like crap. All those updates just kind of go. I mean, this one really bothers me because, like eyes on whole adult to And then I finally they're calling me back and I'm out on a walk. And I hear the call this morning and I'm like trying to get my mitten off and get to the damn little fat and I get it and it's only been like two rings. 2.5 rings, and it's already gone and, like, damn it, It's little those buttons air little. I'd like it. Just Tim Cook to be listening right now, so that would just be done. I'm sick of complaining. I just had no idea She was such a serious art collector when I read it, and she's already made plans for some of her art. You go to different institute. I believe that 100%. I mean, well. She was the and son portrait of George Washington, and she's promised it to Mount Vernon. I mean, I absolutely love that. She's very centered Dash, Berlin's her stepson who was naked today. That's right, and she's married to James. And they're in love, Love, love, Love, love. He's 80 78. Listen, she's had she's had a life. He's working on her memoir, six years Wait from when it comes out, cannot ever remember. She did some fundraisers does she ever performed Well, not during this time. She did police damn political fundraising tour anything in years? No, like for one that was longer than it was. It was like seven. It's I'm still married. Okay, Gladys, the tickets like Excel or something? Yeah, itwas and she uses a teleprompter. And so many people sodas. Um, but so does McCarthy. McCartney Macca Paul McCartney uses a teleprompter. He's got so many dumb songs. How am I supposed to remember the lyrics? That's my English accent? It's so bad. I know it all right when we come back and said, friend of that get your laughs after lunch or any time with Colleen and Bradley..

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"dionne" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

05:38 min | 1 year ago

"dionne" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"For 12 years. I mean, Oh, excuse me, 12 months that years, the whole the whole over a year, right? Accorded the summer and fall of 1967. And so, yeah, if you ever think you're buying the Valley of the Dolls soundtrack, No, it is not Dionne Warwick singing too on the actual So look for the one with Dion on the cover. Yes. Dionne Warwick in Valley of the Dolls, Right, So there's just a little Dionne Warwick music for your Pleasure for our pleasure. Pleasure. You gonna tell me about Babs? Well, Barbara Straits in had a great you know, they did that New York Times time. You know their magazine that they do, and they did three covers for their holiday issues. They ended long interviews with patty level. Tell you about Dolly Parton and Barbara straight in. And so I read the Barbara Stray sends interview. Right? Can't even tell you how much I enjoyed it. You really have got the whole piece. It is so good because we did learn a couple of things okay from her is that he compulsively plays the stock market. She gets up every morning at 6:30 A.m. to check the opening in New York. If she finds the action, quote unquote interesting, she trades And then she goes back to bed. She's earned Millions of dollars trading stocks and she does it. Several million between 1998 and 2000 long, she says. I'm up at 6 30 light a fire. I have a hot chocolate and I trade until one o'clock. She's not the most disciplined investor. She panicked during the crash, and 87 lost a fortune in panicked again this past March because upended pandemic, But she bought Apple, Amazon, Netflix, Netflix and Google. Here's when her then financial advisor told her it was too speculative and not to buy funny, and her adviser steered her in to Disney stock in 2011, and she likes to give shares as presents to Children in her life member because we know that checking the shares to the little girl from Was it? The man who died George? Yes. Starter Commando. Daddy, can we think of his name? Yeah, and she just bought a van Gogh at a Christie's action, and it was nerve racking and She's she loves collecting art. And she says, I think it's all connected to the last of a parent. Remember her dad, because when she's just a little girl, and then Trying to think if there's any. She does confirm that to the New York Times that, yes, she did called Tim Cook to complain about cirie, pronouncing her name on We learned that stray sand, but he she said, Yeah, that's a true story. I would like to call Tim Cook right now, because if anybody got the latest update, Marco, you have an apple. Um, when you get a phone call now it doesn't use whole screen doesn't light up so you can hit red answer or green green answer. Red Deny. It just has this tiny little bar across the top of your screen Was that then you have to hit one of the little buttons. You know what I'm talking about, Rakoff? I have other apple devices, but not a phone. So Oh, this is new to me. So you don't know. I mean the android. Yeah. Yeah, Me, too. I can't. By the time I get to that damn button they've already hung up because it's so little. It's so little. And have you ever heard me complain about an ant during update or anything? It is kind of bewildering Why Apple gets such loyalty and They treat their I agree. They like crap. All those updates, just kind of go. I mean, this one really bothers me because, like eyes on whole adult to and then I finally they're calling me back and I'm out on a walk and I hear the call this morning and I'm like trying to get my mitten off and get to the damn little fat and I get it and it's only been like two rings, 2.5 rings and it's already gone. And I'm like, damn it. It's little those buttons or little I'd like to just Tim Cook to be listening right now, so that would just be done. I'm sick of complaining. I just had no idea She was such a serious art collector when I read it, and she's already made plans for some of her art. You go to different institute. I believe that 100%. I mean, well. She was the one son portrait of George Washington, and she's promised it to Mount Vernon. I absolutely love that. She's very centered Dash. Brolin's her stepson who was naked today. That's right, and she's married to James. And they're in love, Love, love, Love, love. He's 80 78. Listen, she's had she's had a life. He is working on her memoir, six years Wait for when it comes out, cannot ever remember. She did some fundraisers does she ever performed Well, not during this time. She did police damn political fundraising, But she's right tour anything in years? No, like for once it was longer than was like seven. But I'm still married. Okay, Gladys, the tickets like Excel or something? Yeah, itwas and she uses a teleprompter. And so do many people. Sodas, um, sodas, McCarthy. McCartney Macca Paul McCartney uses the teleprompters that so many dumb songs. How am I supposed to remember the lyrics? That's my English accent was so bad. I know it all right when we come back and said, friend of that's My Tak is so proud to present a special holiday gift for you this year. A Christmas Carol Peterson Ah, my Talk and theater Latina radio show sponsored by giving Luzinski at first.

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"dionne" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

06:08 min | 1 year ago

"dionne" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Number one in 1968. So I'm that Decide you really got to good songs on. Um, So anyway, it was on the hop album chart for 12 years. I mean, Oh, excuse me, 12 months that years, the whole the whole over a year, right? Accorded the summer and fall of 1967. And so, yeah, if you ever think you're buying the Valley of the Dolls soundtrack, No, it is not Dionne Warwick singing too on the actual So look for the one with Dion on the cover. Yes. Dionne Warwick in Valley of the Dolls, Right, So there's just a little Dionne Warwick music for your Pleasure for our pleasure. Your pleasure. When you gonna tell me about Babs. Well, Barbara Straits in had a great you know, they did that New York Times time. You know their magazine that they do, and they did three covers for their holiday issues. They ended long interviews with patty level. Tell you about Dolly Parton and Barbara straight in. And so I read the Barbara Stray sends interview. Yeah. Can't even tell you how much I enjoyed that. You really have got toe the whole piece. It is so good because we did learn a couple of things. Okay from her is that He compulsively plays the stock market. She gets up every morning at 6:30 A.m. to check the opening in New York if she finds the action, quoting quote, interesting, she trades And then she goes back to bed. She's earned Millions of dollars trading stocks and she does it. Several million between 1998 and 2000 long, she says. I'm up at 6 30 light a fire. I have a hot chocolate and I trade until one o'clock. She's not the most disciplined investor. She panicked during the crash, and 87 lost a fortune in panicked again this past March because upended pandemic, But she bought Apple. Amazon, Netflix Netflix in Google. Shares when her then financial advisor told her was too speculative and not to buy funny, and her adviser steered her in to Disney stock in 2011, and she likes to give shares as presents to Children in her life member because we know that you gave this shares to the little girl from Was it? The man who died George? Yes. His daughter And the man who? Daddy, can we think of his name? Yeah, and she just bought a van Gogh at a Christie's action, and it was nerve racking and She's she loves collecting art. And she says, I think it's all connected to the last of a parent. Remember her dad beats when she's just a little girl on him. Trying to think if there's any. She does confirm that to the New York Times that, yes, she did called Tim Cook to complain about cirie pronouncing her name on We learned that stray sand, but he she said, Yeah, that's a true story. I would like to call Tim Cook right now, because if anybody got the latest update on, Marco, you have an apple. Um, when you get a phone call now. It doesn't your soul screen doesn't light up so you can hit red answer or green green answer. Red Deny. It just has this tiny little bar across the top of your screen Was that then you have to hit one of the little buttons. You know what I'm talking about, Rocco. I have other apple devices, but not a phone, so Oh, no, you don't. No, you android. Yeah. Yeah, Me, too. I can't By the time I get to that damn button. They've already hung up because it's so little. It's so little it have you ever heard me complain about it? And during update or anything. It is kind of bewildering why Apple gets such loyalty and they treat their agree. They feel like crap. All those updates just kind of go. I mean, this one really bothers me because, like eyes on whole adult to And then finally, they're calling me back and I'm out on a walk. And I hear the call this morning and I'm like trying to get my mitten off and get to the damn little that and I get it, and it's only been like two rings. 2.5 rings, and it's already gone and, like, damn it, It's little. Those buttons are little I'd like to just Tim Cook to be listening right now, Sort that would just be done. I'm just sick of complaining. I just had no idea She was such a serious art collector when I read it, and she's already made plans for some of her art. You go to different institute. I believe that 100%. I mean, well. She was the one son portrait of George Washington, and she's promised it to Mount Vernon. I mean, I absolutely love that. She's very centered Dash. Brolin's her stepson who was naked today. That's right, and she's married to James. And they're in love, Love, love, Love, love. He's 80 78. Listen, she's had she's had a life. He's working on her memoir, six years Wait from when it comes out, cannot ever remember. She did some fundraisers does she ever performed Well, not during this time, she did polish damn political fundraising. But she's right tour anything in years? No, like for once it was longer than was like seven. But I'm still married. Okay, Gladys, the tickets like Excel or something? Yeah, itwas and she uses a teleprompter. And so many people sodas. Um, So does McCarthy. McCartney Macca Paul McCartney uses the teleprompters that so many dumb songs. How'm I supposed to remember the lyrics? That's my English accent? Yes, so bad. I know it all right when we come back inside friend of that's another lorry and Julia moment forward, Lisbon said. I understand where people politically differ than me. And I understand all that. I just don't understand how where a mask became, like a political issue, right? I mean, I literally saw a woman who was holding a sign that said, I will not Mask, my unborn child and I pants. So you are you are already on. Okay, that's from. Yeah, Right. Right, right..

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Dionne Warwick Knows The Way To San Jose

Toure Show

03:48 min | 1 year ago

Dionne Warwick Knows The Way To San Jose

"It's such an honor to talk to you because you are my mom's favorite singer thing. She's gonna die when she hears this conversation. And i grew up hearing you know dino the way to san jose and walk on by all those hits all the time 'cause dionne warwick was her girl And i wanna talk about all that. You're saying that absolutely i really wanted to talk about music because i think that you are a legend and you know a master and i wanna hear what a master thinks about the thing that they have amassed so much knowledge on. Just what do you. What do you love about singing. What do you love about it. I liked it. Sounds their civil What nick's how you make me feel it's Very tangible kind of Of being i think Living being music is some people say that when they get in the midst of the song and they're leading the band and they get to that high point in the song they sort of feel like they're flying like do you feel like that i. I don't know how to describe What i'm feeling at the time. I'm doing a particular song moments where i'm hoping i can reach that high note so thinking i'm sorry is not really of the essence at that moment in times times each were has addictive feeling a defining ocean. And that's the vote and So i think which is the reason. I don't sing that song. Same twice and sequoia bad. I got up on that day. And had i happen to be feeling found is saying that. What do you think separates you as a singer. What do you think it is that has made you. You know it's so great and so special for so long. Because like i said you know if you're an athlete you say well you know i can shoot really well from beyond the three point line or i can defend really well or like what aspect of singing. Do you do really well that you think keeps audiences coming back I guess my consistency. That i i'm seeing some searchable that people have grown to love over the years as much as i have and was expected of me I've not Abandoned who. I am musically which is something that made very clear to me that thank goodness. She hadn't so doubt to doing other things or trying to do something that we would march do in any event. No would i have a desire to. I kind of like me and like what i do. So it's it's easy for me to be consistently dionne I guess that's it. Yeah i need charge.

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Restaurants, Businesses Pivot Again As New Coronavirus Restrictions Take Effect In Boston

WBZ Afternoon News

01:18 min | 2 years ago

Restaurants, Businesses Pivot Again As New Coronavirus Restrictions Take Effect In Boston

"It's 63 degrees, All right, the latest on the virus tonight. Here in Massachusetts, New cases inching up here in the Commonwealth DPH tonight reporting 1761 new cases. 23 more people have died, health officials say. As of tonight, more than 18,200. People have active cases, new restrictions or going into effect as of 12:01. A.m.. Tomorrow morning new mask mandate for everyone over five in all public spaces. To stay at home advisory. Starting at 10 o'clock each night business is facing new restrictions to restaurant owner Jeff Avelar has had to constantly pivot in recent months. Whatever you want on that menu And as of midnight, he'll have to do it again. There are so many factors that are kind of hurting our business, whether it be throwing plus the weather plus people being scared. Now is no restrictions. No more table service at Bistro 7 81 After 9 30, that means a last seating around 8 30 at the Waltham restaurant that usually keeps its kitchen open until midnight. New restrictions just as the weather improved and not just restaurants at liquor stores. No sales after 9 30, which Dionne's in Waltham says is a reasonable adjustment, we want to do everything we can to get rid of this cold. So whatever

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TV Face-Off: Brooklyn Nine-Nine, Superstore

Ask Me Another

06:27 min | 2 years ago

TV Face-Off: Brooklyn Nine-Nine, Superstore

"Hello Lauren. Any. How was your week own? It's been a long everything. That's really doing that sounds. Yeah. Yeah, it's going well I. Think I've managed to somehow over extend myself which feels impossible. During that seems absolutely normal for you actually. This is the first week we were talking that some of us are putting on her calendar, our TV watching yes, like we're like tonight and. You know on the Google cal or whatever use a calendar I'm putting everything in my calendar and I do feel like I did commit to a few things because occasionally I wake up with this idea that I'm like, I'm going to do that and I'm GonNa try this show or whatever, and then at the end of the day you're like, what am I doing like I barely do any I've gotten those black bananas out of the freezer like six or seven. They fought and I've put them back. It's like the banana bread will come but who knows Asking taste so amazing when you finally get to it, it does the re the. Freezing I is really. Let them, go black and then thaw them and re freeze them several times. Stephanie, are you cooking? Are you doing any of the intense recipe? It's a balance of like how how responsible do we wanna be to all the people that are making these deliveries all the time. So you know abby self centered in order food every chance for yet at first it seemed like this going to last two weeks. Let's order pizza every night you know So we've definitely we've gotten some farm boxes. We've tried to do stuff with them and some have been hit some good Mrs. Yeah like too many turnips that kind of thing. Well, we got a box. It was like all of we had to look it up on the Internet and like try to figure out. As. It turned out to be watermelon, radish sprouts or something. So I an entire episode and a half of Rupaul drag race taking the little sprouts. The thing in the Brad made a salad and it was like just okay and our. See. Last me what's for dinner and I'm like, I, don't know. I don't want to be responsible for it. I know it's too much everybody I know is reading recipes. I. Am Reading Instructions on the back of a box. So let's go to your first game. Quiz called masked singers because these days everybody's wearing a mask but some musicians were way ahead of the curve I'm going to play you a clip of a musician who famously obscures their face and you're gonNa tell me who we are hearing and if you have no idea, you can make something up. And we're going to go back and forth learn this for you. Right. He's an Australian artist who often uses a large blonde wig to shield her face, and sometimes she tops with the boat. Yea. Tiffany this for you. Because this singer's voice sounded so much like. Many conspiracy theories emerged that Elvis was still alive and releasing music under this alias in the nineteen eighties. I will say it seemed as though he was leaning into the Elvis thing a little bit. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. I'll take multiple choice because I truly don't have a clue so I'm going to guess. Okay I'll give you the multiple choice. Was it a Orion be Bill Haley and his comets or see Jefferson starship? I think. Bill. Haley and his comments who is that? That's cool. Too. So cool incorrect. There was Orion. A Ryan yeah his. Belt. That's yeah. The very same. He were masquerade style mask. And during his time with the son record label, which was also eldest is label he made over eleven albums toured with Jerry Lewis Dionne Warwick. Documentary about his life in two thousand, fifteen called. The man who would be king so he really did lean into the Elvis thing that's how lauren the members of this French electronic duo appear onstage wearing helmets. I know I know I know. There's there's more there's more. And rarely give interviews. I know this is terrible but I'm going to need the multiple choice. Okay. Is it a the chemical brothers? The DAFT PUNK or C. LCD sound system it's Daft punk be that's right. Yes. I needed to hear it. I was because in my mind I was like is that no, it's not easy sound system I knew that but that's all it was coming into my head I'm so sorry husbands literally wearing his daft punk shirt today and then Lauren gets that question great. Yeah and that is a slap in the face it is. Straight up. Right up sloppy. Maybe. We'll come here. Stephanie. This electronic trio of musicians hails from Boise Idaho and first appeared on the scene in two thousand thirteen. I need the multiple choice. Sure. Was it. A Merlin's beard be broken WAN's or sea. Magic Sword. I don't know how permafrost. Hard you got hard ones Brogan wants sounds cool. I hope that's their name. The is cooler than their actual name. Best. Word. Chick Sore. Members perform wearing hooded close and fencing masks with glowing laser lines for is the third member of the band supplies projections. One of the band's members known as the keeper said that he came up with the idea while staying at a meditation retreat. That's where all good ideas come from. He said, he said day seven at dawn that this is what I wanted to do was the one constant in my life eighties epic

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"dionne" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:06 min | 2 years ago

"dionne" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"The card is a very versatile choir still we try to do shoes a song from each generator I can get it he's a very pardons song here eating Bologna song we for example recorded a caricature gatal Dan Dionne you say because all of the Holy Week Easter now we're going to an online Friday it will heat your Rhapsody because all we want to show that we can see a lot of different UC queen is very hard to it's like classical music from rock we can sync classics there from each musical generous so I think it will he be arrested the second example and how difficult is it putting it all together and hitting a dole is difficult because of cars as we are in quarantine each one of our word musicians is wait they are finally she dogs you know it's difficult a twenty day old old songs and to put them all together and is difficult for them also because they have to do is very well for you to to sound good is difficult but I I love that and he's also good for our truly stayed together to stay in contact and what sort of reaction have you had your soul because people started putting in contact with that people who perhaps didn't know about the choir a study to listen to you yes also we.

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Shedding Light on the Moon

Innovation Now

01:20 min | 2 years ago

Shedding Light on the Moon

"The moon power generation from sunlight can be very difficult. A lunar night is equivalent to fourteen days on earth. But a new NASA technology could shed some light on the problem. This is innovation now bringing you. Stories of revolutionary ideas emerging technologies and the people behind the concepts that shape the future when we send astronauts to the moon or for long stays. We're going to need a new class of power. Here's Dr Dionne Hernandez Lugo Project Manager for Asses Killa Power. Kill-power is a nuclear technology being developed here at NASA in collaboration with the Department of Energy Los Alamos National Lab and it's efficient system. We kill our gifts. You is that a higher power or higher energy to be able to power systems or instruments. You need at least ten kilowatt per astronaut. So if we're going to have astronauts living in space in the moon or Mars kill-power will give you that technology and the power needed in order for action. Us to be able to live in space. Experiments have demonstrated that the system is both stable and safe making killa power. A game changer. For long duration missions for innovation. Now I'm Jennifer.

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Coronavirus Confronts US Economy With Tough Recovery

This Morning with Gordon Deal

04:42 min | 2 years ago

Coronavirus Confronts US Economy With Tough Recovery

"Coronavirus is already the most serious threat to the U. S. economy since the financial crisis and D. honorable when markets editor at Axios says the dominoes are aligned for a severe recession that could erase much of the eleven your recovery Dionne explained as the court of viruses kind of exploded or really started to ratchet up here in the U. S. and also in place parts of Europe and around the globe a lot of folks have been asking the question is this going to cause a recession and I want to take a step back and point out a lot of the economic issues that particular facing United States right now but it's kind of gotten less attention have been swept under the rug a little bit that we put them all together sort of form this series of dominoes that really could set us up for a pretty tough recession right so some of these bullet points you get to get that you put together really raise some eyebrows like with one first off growth has declined over the last couple years yeah so explain that explain them or otherwise that could been getting glossed over well the growth rate in the U. S. has been declining even though you had this two trillion dollar tax cut the tax cut and jobs act was passed in twenty seventeen that was supposed to kind of kick start the economy is going at three four percent growth and it has been and not only have we not hit that three or four percent number we kind of we got close to it the year after the tax cut was passed and you've been declining ever sent so you've got not only the increase that two trillion dollars to that to the national debt but you had declining growth and economists were expecting a decline even further this year even absent this corona virus scares so we're kind of moving back toward slower growth books you know depending on who you talk to depending on how they did their metrics were expecting about two percent while under maybe a little over but the difference between two percent and recession is a lot less than the difference between three or four percent and recessions are so would you reference the the the tax cut and jobs act speaking of jobs up some was able was a labor markets done well why is this a concern but you see a lot of these are coming out the high paying jobs that we necessarily like to see a lot of these are these kind of service industry hourly positions while these folks don't have if they do have health insurance they don't have particularly good health insurance they are what would be classified as under insured that's one issue also they can't really take time off so I live in talking to a number of economists are they talk about a lot of folks will get sick and they won't miss work to keep going and potentially spread the disease to other people and then people who do stay out and miss work they're looking at you know getting either fired or having their wages docked and they can't afford that the the Brookings Institution study that came out in January found out that forty four percent of all U. S. workers earn barely enough to live on the averages about eighteen thousand dollars a year or about ten dollars a little more than ten dollars an hour when you make that a lot of times and some of the less expensive cities around the country you can afford to live to kinda get by him to your day to day routine but you're not able to put savings away for a rainy day for a time when you get sick so you just try to barrel through and if you can't build through you end up missing work and then maybe you don't make certain payments and certainly you're not going out to eat you're not going to the game hanging out with your friends things like that that really keep the economy moving speaking with Dion rebel in markets editor at axial C. although also writes the axial markets newsletter this piece is called the next dominoes in the corona virus economy you reference to obviously the president trump mentioned he'd like to see something along the lines of a payroll tax cut or some of the relief is that's a a political possibility it it's a political possibility not a good one because right now with the president has talked about is he wants targeted tax relief force in these industries maybe a cut in the payroll tax and the Democrats have come come back and said Hey you know we're not even interested in talking about more tax cuts what they want to do is they want to do it on the spending side and it's just kind of this ideological Democrat versus Republican ideals and I spoke with economist Claudia Sahm forward this piece and what she said was the the real issue is that they don't seem to understand no one on Capitol Hill understands that what we need is just a big package that says Hey the government's got this we're behind you we're gonna authorize a lot of spending to make sure the economy stayed on course and the people get the money they need to keep

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Power for the Moon

Innovation Now

01:20 min | 2 years ago

Power for the Moon

"On the moon power generation from sunlight can be very difficult. A lunar night is equivalent to fourteen days on earth but a new NASA technology could shed some light on the problem this is innovation now bringing you. Stories of revolutionary ideas emerging technologies analogies in the people behind the concepts that shape the future when we send astronauts to the moon or Mars for long stays. We're going to need a new class of power. Our here's Dr Dionne Hernandez Lugo Project Manager for asses Killa power. kill-power is a nuclear technology. Gee being developed here at NASA. In collaboration with the Department of Energy Los Alamos national lab and it's efficient system. We kill our gifts. You is that a higher power or higher energy to be able to power systems or instruments. You need at least ten kilowatt per astronaut. So if we're going to have astronauts living in space and the Moon or Mars kill-power will give you that technology and the power needed in order for action us to be able to live. In space. Experiments experiments have demonstrated that the system is both stable and safe making killa power. A Game Changer for long duration missions for innovation innovation. Now I'm Jennifer Paulie

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"dionne" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

06:50 min | 3 years ago

"dionne" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Still sounds great sounds fab is she's my favorite singer of all time Sir give me collect great pleasure to welcome to the program ms Dionne Warwick good morning to you Dion so you teams up with a lot of acts on this album yes some do what's going that's right you still love yet and that there's of the twenty nine people that send people I'd just met and such a one of our projects do let and I were listening to us some of the songs and we both marveled at the arrangements and the styling you have a lot to do with the arrangement of the of the music the sound everything yes I doubt that does that yeah thank god I want to sing let's face the lock and needed to do it through it I felt that we had to sign a Shanda each one of those places we did a pretty good job well here's one more sampling this is silver bells yeah beautiful beautiful so Dionne take us back to the very first time you met Burt Bacharach and hal David I think the very first song they gave you was don't make me over which I always thought was a kind of a complicated and tricky song to sing really not for you good day and for me so that may be a little easier and they're like you know part is that I was there in college and in high taken a look at hi college of music I listen music major which made it a lot easier to come in the back that great melodies and in time changes and all that what the thing that he's known for well I'm sure your **** that we're on with the great down work so I'm gonna ask you that I always when we have a famous guests like you I'm known around here is asking a dumb question of the day here's my dumb questions and I love all the songs you've done for so many years your favorite all all of them all of them that's it all of them every single one I declined by children okay yeah well my favorite of your song is of those songs of theirs Alfie that's a beautiful baby yes sure I want to play one more than a cut from around this is Silent Night son he this is facial you still got it the on thank you well the phrasing is always remarkable I can never tell where your breathing lastly sensitive point those exactly you went through a period of your career after can the Burt Bacharach David a run of songs and it and you sort of disappeared for awhile and I know that Clive Davis was very important and bringing you back to the music scene and creating those hit albums you had in the eighties had you known quite a long time before you before he said he would have come come back to the fold as the class at Garrick currently rank it the allegation goes way way way back everything should be in a client screen bear accepted it gets and I would think like me now I was looking at your resume devour with Dionne Warwick and you were born in east stars New Jersey so your local ad and gospel music was your background so what was that moment what what what was that moment when they said my goodness this is I'm going to be I'm gonna be somebody somebody yell at least that is very exciting game by life nine we collect it that technician and and how that music for me I think any teenager when you had that opportunity and it becomes a true it is kind of fix that I mean I can't say it was wonderful well the music tradition runs a deep in your family and of course your cousin Whitney Houston died so tragically do you remember when Whitney was growing up did you hear that voice and think of that is going to be a winner voice one day family is special counsel for you family and that apple didn't fall at the so I come from that kind of family guy discount blessed with all with fully yeah absolutely did great Dionne Warwick her new album is Dionne Warwick and the voices of Christmas just great arrangements so elegant like everything you do Dion so elegant thanks so much yeah thank you okay take coming up so much more of our special holiday week show but first let's get the news thank you Michael streets remain blocked off this morning in parts of mid town due to falling ice is the temperatures warm up around here guys from the buildings hit some cars even some people yesterday leaving them with minor injuries six Avenue fifty seventh street there's also reports of falling ice near Columbus circle Grand Central even the observation deck of the Empire State Building yesterday and some of the St still close this morning cities moving to protect people from other falling debris from buildings this after the death of that woman in Times Square Brooklyn borough president Eric Adams stood alongside city council members at a news conference Sunday to announce the legislation would require the department of building to conduct an initial drone inspection within forty eight hours every three one one complaint or deal deal be violation building owners would be required to get the drone checks done by private companies working with the department of buildings and the NYPD the proposal comes shortly after sixty year old architect Erica Tishman was killed by falling debris near Times Square I'm Terry Macready W. O. R. news display of strength and unity in Jersey city it last night is Jewish community leaders and city officials gathered for the first night of Hanukkah Jolie greenfield look the menorah and front of the JC kosher supermarket as a side of a shooting that left his sister and two others dead patterns you celebrate Hanukkah may the light of our candles I know we did our is easing the pain of all those or something five people facing.

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Kilopower: A Gateway to Abundant Power for Exploration

Innovation Now

00:55 sec | 3 years ago

Kilopower: A Gateway to Abundant Power for Exploration

"We send astronauts to the moon or lung stays. We're going to need a new class of power. Our here's Dr Dionne Hernandez Lugo Project Manager for Asses Killa Power. kill-power is a nuclear technology. Gee being developed here at NASA. In collaboration with the Department of Energy Los Alamos National Lab and it's efficient system. We kill our gifts. You is that a higher power or higher energy to be able to power systems or instruments. You need at least ten kilowatt per astronaut. So if we're going to have astronauts living in space and the Moon or Mars kill-power will give you that technology and the power needed in order for action us to be able to live. In space. Experiments experiments have demonstrated that the system is both stable and safe making killa power. A Game Changer for long duration missions

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Trump announces ‘phase one’ of China trade deal

Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

03:07 min | 3 years ago

Trump announces ‘phase one’ of China trade deal

"We've got some new details today on the broad outlines of trade deal with China or partial deal I think maybe president trump is calling this phase one of a larger deal according to the few details we have so far this phase will stall some of the tariffs that were set to kick in last week but to unpack this and the rest of the weeks financial news we've got DIONNE ribbon of axios and Lynette Lopez from business insider they're both in our New York studio Oh hey you two hey how's it going kimberly so Dan let's start with you what else is in this what else is in this well everything everything you've ever wanted now actual movement on this intellectual property issue you've got commitments to buy some more soybeans import by the Chinese you've also got a I guess a rollback of the tariffs that were set to come on this Tuesday those aren't going to be put in place so you know it's not the best news what the market really wants for the tariffs to just go away be rolled back entirely but it's certainly not bad news the stress on our economy as it stands now will remain the this deal means that things simply aren't going to get worse I and the thirty percent tariffs that were supposed to be enacted on the fifteenth will not go into place however this this deal doesn't actually really deal with anything that the three Oh to investigation into China's a theft of intellectual property and other abuses of American corporations was actually supposed to handle so again this is kind of a band-aid on the Kind of bullet wound in the relationship the trump administration she says it's not going to get worse looks like the deal that we made last December which kind of positron for a couple of months and then it and brought it back in vengeance when talks to get to a more advanced stage collapsed while Dion I know you're optimistic about this but it's not written yet it's an agreement in principle the trump and president Xi are supposed to sign it together I guess at some point how real is this certainly real Liepaja is is a big player in China President Trump was obviously in the room this is his name Yeah Vice Premier Li from from China's who trump was meeting so again it's not like these are some low level you tenants like some of the trade talks that we've had in months past this is big folks Stretcher Treasury Secretary mnuchin came out and made an announcement that the tariffs that were scheduled to go and place in the fifteenth aren't going to come out I do want to make clear though I'm sort of trolling my excitement about this deal because it is a nothing deal with big oaks making small deals and unfortunately what we were supposed to do was make a big deal with China now the market will probably thing of Asai of relief and it isn't GonNa make central bankers more nervous but we're already in a position where it looks like the economy is starting to deteriorate

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After big California earthquake, months of aftershocks to follow

Environment: NPR

03:54 min | 3 years ago

After big California earthquake, months of aftershocks to follow

"Aftershocks continue in southern california after a massive earthquake last night the seven point one magnitude earthquake was the largest hit the area in decades people reported feeling it as far away as phoenix and baja california epicenter it was near the town rich press california about a two hour drive north of los angeles npr's nathan rot is there and he is with us now nathan hello thanks for being here yeah having a beer so seven point one is a massive earthquake what's it like in the town you know a town the got jolted by something of that magnitude 'em it's actually kind of amazingly in pretty good shape 'em i've seen very little damage driving around you know stop lights at are working stores it had their merchandise thrown about a you know some structures were damaged destroyed there were fires caused by ruptured gas pipes and some trailer trailer parks at were knocked skew us roads were closed some fractures rockslides and authorities do say the some buildings collapsed in a nearby town of about two thousand people trona now a but authorities say that so far knock on wood there had been no major injuries or reporters they tally set that's excellent news but i'd imagine that it's still in pretty scary for residents there how where people doing you know it's a bit of a mixed bag a a lot of the people i've talked to understand look this is southern california the land of many many seismic faults earthquakes just kinda come with the territory but other folks they're very shook i talked to one woman who said she lives through a lot of earthquakes but his never had anything like what you experience last night and remember the quick last night was the second major earthquake to hit here in just a couple of days on july fourth a six point four magnitude quake which is nothing to laugh at corrupted at the exact same spot so seismologist now see the that was easy for shock to last night's bigger event so you add those two things together in a lot of people are very much on edge i talked to some folks who slept outside last night in their yards at the backs of trucks they're planning to do that again tonight because they know this is not over on here's dionne bowman and i talked to who is loading up on water and supplies at a local grocery store we knows feel more calm i mean nothing has settled the ground still shaken as we speak so i mean right now were just taking it a day at a time in basically medicine seconds at a time i mean that's all we can do you know what he wasn't kidding right after i got done talking to him as walking back to my car and there was an aftershock that i kind of felt in and waived around a little how long do seismologist expect there to be these kinds of aftershocks days weeks months you know i think doctor lucy jones who's southern california's where the preeminent earthquake expert a sudden we could expect to see aftershocks from this birth quake for the next year a now the odds of another big seven point zero earthquake are relatively small at about three percent according to seismologist caltech odds of six point over higher at about twenty five percent but remember again this is an earthquake prone area seismologist at a press conference earlier said that this high desert area were in the mojave used to be known as be earthquake capital of the world we just haven't seen one in a while so where do people go from here what did they do knowing that this isn't over you know so local and state authorities are gonna continue to check for structural damage and houses roadways 'em they're definitely gonna keep checking major infrastructure bridges dams in area none of those have been reported

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