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"doll house" Discussed on A Slob Comes Clean
"I mean, I think we're all picturing the same thing. There are really big ones. Yeah, now like when you put your Christmas tree in or something like that. But the regular. Okay. And that's what you ended with, that's what you ended with that gave you the place space, which is always my big thing that I saw with my kids. As I decluttered, it was like, okay, what they needed more was place space. They didn't need place stuff. They wanted a place to play. So how many toys would you say were left in the room when they came home that day? Yeah, so yeah, it's hard to put a number on it. It was what I really wanted to go down to where what they call the open ended toys. So the things that encourage imagination that don't just do it for them. So it's like the blocks the LEGO is the magnetized a few baby dolls, but I packed away like the doll house and the crib. And because what I found was that it's like what we did when we were growing up, they make a bed out of a couch pillow. They make a blanket out of a dish towel. You know, they're so creative and we're the ones that are saying, no, you need the dream house and you need the little crib for them and the cradle and the stroller and all these things, right? And so they didn't even need all of this stuff that went with them. They just literally needed the doll and they figured everything else out from there. Yeah, I was very jealous. Of Dina and delisa, some twins. Had a Barbie dream house. Yeah. With an elevator. And I very much remember being jealous of that. And yet, I look back and I'm like, I had so much fun. I had child encyclopedias, and I would set them up on the floor. I mean, I mean, I did look through them occasionally. But I would set them up on the floor to create rooms. To make my own mermaid dream house. And so it's like, I think part of that is where it comes from. I mean, I got my daughter a Barbie dream house because I was like, I wanted that. That was the coolest thing ever. And I got it for it. And I'm not saying I shouldn't have, I'm not saying I regret it. I mean, she loved it for a long time. But it's like that want I had as a child, then created the creativity, and I enjoyed the creativity.
"doll house" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Because you've done a lot of work on Broadway You won a Tony for directing the musical fun home in 2015 another for directing a doll's House part two in 2017 You've spent so much time on Broadway Does this season feel different from any other Absolutely It's a crazy intense amazing feeling You know you feel you feel the sense of community You know we all got into theater Everyone who does this does it because they like the feeling of being a part of a community And to be a part of Broadway this spring is to really feel it's a community that cares about each other and cares about the audience and you feel that love and this major way It's not doesn't feel like a business where we're trying to sell tickets It feels like we all have these stories We all feel these stories could be meaningful to the larger culture right now And the larger culture has been kind of robbed of their opportunity to do that to be in a room breathing with other people and experiencing stories with other people It's very important part of human culture And it sounds pollyanna or something but it really you feel it when you feel it this season you feel the undeniable truth that being in a theater with other people is good for humans So how do you balance that kind of hopeful sense of return and coming together again with the recognition that it theaters all over midtown performances are being canceled under studies are going in the director is having to play a role because literally every show is going through maybe not literally every show but so many shows are going through what Macbeth has gone through Yeah I mean I think that is the optimistic thing is look we're doing it you know It works It happens We all do it you know I'm so glad we're all out there figuring it out and making stuff right now It feels very vital and we always come back to art during times when we need it And we need it right now Sam gold is director of the Broadway production of Macbeth starring Daniel Craig and Ruth negga It officially opened this week.
"doll house" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM
"That's going through this Let's talk about that because you've done a lot of work on Broadway You won a Tony for directing the musical fun home in 2015 another for directing a doll's House part two in 2017 You've spent so much time on Broadway Does this season feel different from any other Absolutely It's a crazy intense amazing feeling You know you feel you feel the sense of community You know we all got into theater Everyone who does this does it because they like the feeling of being a part of a community And to be a part of Broadway this spring is to really feel it's a community that cares about each other and cares about the audience and you feel that love and this major way It doesn't feel like a business where we're trying to sell tickets It feels like we all have these stories We all feel these stories could be meaningful to the larger culture right now And the larger culture has been kind of robbed of their opportunity to do that to be in a room breathing with other people and experiencing stories with other people It's very important part of human culture And it sounds pollyanna or something but it really you feel it when you feel it this season you feel the undeniable truth that being in a theater with other people is good for humans So how do you balance that kind of hopeful sense of return and coming together again with the recognition that it theaters all over midtown performances are being canceled under studies are going in the director is having to play a role because literally every show is going through maybe not literally every show but so many shows are going through what Macbeth has gone through Yeah I mean I think that is the optimistic thing is look we're doing it you know It works It happens We all do it You know I'm so glad we're all out there figuring it out and making stuff right now It feels very vital and we always come back to art during times when we need it And we need it right now Sam gold is director of the Broadway production of Macbeth starring Daniel.
"doll house" Discussed on WTOP
"I am currently jamming to doctor James Snoop Dogg like I'm back in middle school huh The two quarterbacks in the first half identical 12 of 18 passing nights so far Matthew Stafford throwing for a 165 yards to touchdowns at a pick Joe burrow no touchdowns no picks 114 yards in the air the loan since he touchdown coming on a trick play Joe Mixon the running back with a 6 yard touchdown toss to T Higgins and this is the one to watch tonight Odell Beckham junior he did catch the first touchdown of the game but he is out with a non contact knee injury that he suffered in the second quarter It looked a lot like a torn ACL and it's to that same knee that he suffered that same injury a couple years ago but we are still of course awaiting the official word on that now back home the capital took a four one beating from the Ottawa senators They've now dropped three of their last four overall 5 straight losses at home Nicholas backstrom scoring the lone cap's goal Ilya samsonov stopped 22 shots but he has lost 5 of his last 8 decisions in college hoops Maryland came close to pulling off the upset at number three perdue but a block in the final seconds was the difference in a 62 61 loss They are now just three and 11 in conference play are the terrapins at the Winter Olympics Aaron Jackson takes home gold in the 500 meter speed skating she is the first black woman to accomplish that in Team USA history and you can get the full metal count and more on the 2022 games on WTO dot com And again if you were just joining us the rams in front of the Bengals 13 to ten at halftime but more importantly Dr. Dre and Snoop Dogg right now rocking out the stage in LA And I like the stage It's cool It is a cool stage And I would love to get that sort of setup like in my backyard It's like if I could just do that and maybe just have a cool karaoke three cars there too Absolutely I'm all for it It kind of looks like a doll house a little bit Yeah Yeah it's like the coolest Barbie house ever Yeah I've never had a Barbie house so I'm just going to go ahead and let you take that one but trust me Yeah yeah I'll take your word for it Rob Woodward WTO sports All right and coming up after traffic and weather what if metro opens the silver line extension while it's still short on railcars we'll get into that It's 8 17 Your favorite things feel made for you Your education should too University of Maryland global campus formerly university of Maryland university college was made to.
'Jimmy Carter Finally Hopeful He Won’t Be Worst Presidential Failure in His Lifetime'
"Joe, you mentioned earlier about Biden now having economic ratings worse than Jimmy Carter's Yuri from our team just set me a very funny text from the Babylon B now the Babylon B is a satirical site and they do nothing but satire and often it starts with satire, but then it's becomes reality. Here was the article in the Babylon V a while ago headline Jimmy Carter says he's finally hopeful that he won't be the worst presidential failure in his lifetime. Lanes, Georgia, in a rare interview with the media from his tiny doll house living room, remember that picture of Jimmy and Rosalind Carter. Former president Jimmy Carter expressed hope that he will no longer be considered the worst presidential failure in his lifetime Carter said I've been seen as one of the worst modern presidents for a long time now, but something tells me my luck is about to change. Well, side by side with that Babylon bee article is an actual news item from CNN, CNN politics, headline, Biden's economic ratings are worse than Jimmy Carter's. And that's a fact, Jack.
"doll house" Discussed on Monocle 24: Section D
"Hello and welcome to the show. As yet, another year draws to a close. It seems like it's a good time to reflect. On some of the highlights from 2021. Now I'm very happy to say that I am joined in the studio by both Nick manis and Charlie Phil mccort and melee is a hiding behind the glass, but also will be part of the conversation. But we're going to kick it off with Charlie, who's going to tell us a little bit about an exhibition that you are pretty excited by this year. Yeah, so my highlight was on shaping spaces, which was an exhibition on architectural models at the building center in London. And I don't know, for many of us, an architecture model, it can be quite stuffy, you think of something that you see on the middle of an office or in the middle of an estate agents. And I guess this exhibition just proved that that was absolutely wrong. Completely wrong. And wanted to prove that it's a democratic item. Anyone can go and view an architectural model and understand it. I want to ask you a question. Already I just felt like my voice hadn't come into the show yet and I was getting a little bit stressed about it. I mean, were you also maybe this is an unpacked in the show? In the package are you also seeing the model making process rather? Is that sort of explained in this? Yeah, so basically the breadth on show was amazing. There was jelly molds of St Paul's Cathedral. There were digital landscapes made by forensic architecture. And it's basically wanted to demonstrate how many different ways there are of using a model to get a point across. One of those that really demonstrates the point is the oldest piece on the show, which was a paper model of Empress Josephine's bedroom, dating back to 1804. Sounds awesome. And yes, well, but this was actually created so that Napoleon could approve of the interior design of this bedroom, whilst out on the battlefield. And I guess, you know, that's probably not something we'd imagine an architectural model would be used for nowadays. I mean, you lost me at the jelly St Paul's Cathedral. I mean, was that just for fun or was that some sort of purpose to that model as well? I don't actually know too much about that one, but all I'm saying is it looked amazing. Shiny and orange and just perfect. Edible? Someone's gotta find out, right? On the other scale, you know, moving from paper that's 200 odd years ago. One that really stood out was called the most photographed barn in America. And Sam Jacob essentially turned photos of this barn, which is a beautiful barn, but nothing more. And instagrammers absolutely love it. Maybe Nick you could try and boost your followers with a picture. Taking a few snaps. Yeah. So you were unimpressed by it? No. Hear me out. Okay, sorry sorry. There are so many photos of this barn on the Internet. And he was like, I'm going to try and turn this physical object back into a physical object from the digital renditions of it. But what it showed was that there are so many different ways that we view a building. You know, you do a tour round a building, maybe even around the outside. And you think you'll look at every aspect and you put them all together using all these photos and there are loads of missing parts. And essentially just showed how we observe a building is far different to what we would imagine and that there are certain aspects of the building, which we might never actually see. Well, maybe we should actually hear from the people behind the exhibition, but thank you so much, Charlie. We're here at the building center in store street in central London to celebrate the opening of our exhibition shaping space architectural models revealed. My name's Vanessa Nord and I am one of the curators of the exhibition. Alongside Harriet Jennings and Matilda and my colleagues Simona valeriani from the V and a research institute who's here with me today. The exhibition we're about to walk through the space was designed by the architects, Ross Barr, and the whole exhibition is like a giant maquette. It's like being inside a doll's House made of hazelnut colored card and it's a very beautiful environment in which we're showing over 60 models from wonderful historical models that make you think of Napoleon being shown a design for a bedroom for Josephine to up to date cutting edge technology to curate the show. We asked ourselves three questions, why are models made? How are models made and who are they made for? My name is juana valerian. I'm delighted to be able to take you through at least virtually this paper and I hope you will come in person. So when you go to the threshold, you will come into a first room where we have some very precious models, some from the collection of drawing matters that are classic of architecture, one by little boozier and a model that was made to develop the Sydney Opera House where they striking feel that are on the water and also some historic model from the 19th century le duc and a very contemporary model in court. And this already tells you one of the teams going to his exhibition, which is material. So we have core wood plaster and paper already in this room and from the late 18th century to 2021, so both material and time wives. We have a very big variety. Going out of this entrance room, you come into a very, very big room for our comparisons. A great table in the middle, which contains over 50 models of all sorts of shapes and from landscape to small scale models from things that are very poetic and imaginative to models that are what you would normally affect from an architectural model, and you can exactly recognize the building and all its functions. And we hope that there will be something for everyone. When we started off working on this exhibition, we wanted to be slightly strict with ourselves. We wanted to give ourselves a premise with which we could really understand materials and making and the makers of models. Most designers, architects will tell you that they're making models as part of their design process. That actually the thinking through making that hands on approach. Actually, as a way of defining and then redefining ideas. So an architect, like Ross Barr, who's the architect who designed the show and works in the building center, she will use a model to test a spatial idea to also test materials to see how things work in relation to each other. There are also so many other types of models in the show and people will make models for a client, so the why of model making is also dependent on the who you're making models for, which was one of the other questions and the who can be for community consultation. It can be for the client. So those questions really help define what we were looking at in the show. And the how we make models, you can really see when you come and visit the show at the building center, is there and it's manifest in the materiality, so we've got models made of paper. We've got models made of stone. There is a model made of soap and a model that would originally be made of jelly, we have a resin version. So those questions actually are.
"doll house" Discussed on The Dork Forest
"Like, more please more please. You're just like, what else happened in your life that was interesting? I love it. An interesting story. It's why we read, right? It's why we do any of this stuff. It's for the interesting story. So if you've got a real one, let's hear it. Yup. That's awesome. Let's see. Yeah. So those are your Neil Gaiman stories? Those are the two main I mean, those were, I mean, there was I've been to a number of signings. The first I'll tell you about the first signing I went to. Season of myths had just come out as a hardback. So back up a little bit of Niels timeline. They finished what is now known as preludes and nocturnes, which is the first one of the escapes and gets tools back. They finish that comic run and then they went through the doll's house. Yeah. And then the doll's house, they released as a graphic novel, without having released the first one..
"doll house" Discussed on GamesMyMomFound
"Her hair comes out of the house and she running with jet. And then you see morpheus talking to this desire but desire look completely different than desire that you saw earlier in the in the beginning of this art also. This one looks like remind me a cat woman. Because he's in a cat costume for some reason and i like i like golf with desired. I didn't realize that desire did all this or something. The upright so all plan so the doll's house which we didn't mention it was like i'm going to get the doll's house to rose which he liked that. And we've seen the little figure in the doll's house. It was desire desires. The one that i guess when she was in a coma which is really creepy. Got her pregnant. I guess not so much a coma as like a waging dream weird you know like not being present desire got her pregnant as part of a what sixty years scheme fifty years game to try to trick dream into killing his own family is his niece. Which would cause the kindly ones to get him. And it didn't quite work and dream is like don't do that again. That's not cool and then does point out like hey like i know you're like just completely alone and But you don't get that like we're at the mercy of these. You know all the people that are in this world and all this stuff and that you're just kind of this tool or dollar whatever and desires like no. I'm not i'm not like that at all. Okay but then. Of course dream reminds desire that they're not strong enough to stand fully against dream or death or destiny the three eldest of the endless. And it's basically just it's a warning. That of course is important. So weird old as i said before i really do like the fact that desire in this is male and female and can be whatever but that makes sense and i i that school and very You know the looking like depeche mode a character or cure or that. That wave food kind of look a lot of time. Especially when it's an drowsiness guy. desire it's i mean it's a really fun book and this is i think it's it's such an interesting story because dream is in a lotta ways not a very likable character. No not really. So much of the book is kind of about like dream. I wouldn't say becoming a person but sort of becoming a better version of himself like you know whatever you would call self actualization or whatever where he's kind of playing looking back at his. You know even the stuff he's done in the past it was like man i could be a real..
"doll house" Discussed on Ctrl Alt Delete
"I've learned a lot about myself in about a slightly only thing. In my life where i will have infinite patience and factionalism whereas with so much else in my life my Salah go back united. And i think that they call own of the patient. Send meditative kind of thing king in understanding that the fast draft Anything on the face is in the writing side of my life. Something else has to gave. That has to be some kind of gratification swagger that goddess long good while bowl talking of that the gratification or at least lovely things you can immediately have all look at. Can we talk about quickly. Your amazing environment that i i'm not standing that it does seem as though this creative side of you in terms of your your space and the colors on your wall and you're amazing furniture. Do you think that does have an impact on your process. Well i mean definitely has its definitely has an impact on my welby ohio state of mind. I always loved color and painting patterns. I find it really quite necessary. I can't i can't really. I really envy minimalists beautiful things you see on the modern house like instagram. Wherever just if got nothing in the houses where are the case when wardrobe with one t. shirt hanging up. You just know that they've got some like crappy covered weather than not but yeah. No i think that aston definite feature may in my life as solo like decorative items holding some kind of talismanic power and reassurance and pleasure an ascetic stimulation. And i remember. When i was ten i had to go into next and by like a business out could myself to do it. I would always let by slowly thing that i could definitely warehouse crash like i just couldn't do it. You know. I think if the minute and all the things in little miniatures in how much united the cart meeting in close by proxy. I must be doing that with my things Recently i was at my parents house found on my sylvania families Pristine like. I really wanted to them. And now writer cut will pay I feel it. Sometimes i've decorated full-size doll's house for myself. And i'm very lucky to have done that. And that's never gonna change sits my We have moved. I think next time i will i. Wolves like canaccord white is not going to happen. Jessop give it to you that you're going to see a poll on ebay vase. Not be so yeah. They means a lot to me of those bits. God yeah it's like the opposite of the algorithm trying to make us all the same. I just love those involves that you see around. Just you're just building your own doll's house like you say so lovely so laugh question. Sorry last question was around. The house of fortune has been announced butch boston's email. How did you know this is the time..
"doll house" Discussed on The Read
"That girls who don't care for the girls are supposed to be going on tour all of that and apparently in a suit that was filed with the los angeles superior court just last friday court. She says that the doll miss nicole is demanding an increase in her share of business venture. Pc de worldwide. I guess the house for the pussycat. Apparently according to these papers nicole was given forty. Nine percent stake in p. c. worldwide in exchange for her patsies her participation in this reunion tour that they announced at the end of twenty nineteen. So mama said if you want me to hit the road with these bitches then you have to give me forty nine percent of this company which also serve as like you know the company that way. I guess oversee their future projects the brand saddam merged probably all of that could ship right so now. Robin claims that since the cova does Dust saddled nicole is demanding that her in her share be increased from forty nine percent to seventy five percent. Which would give her not only majority stake of the company but also creative control over africa. Dan and that is where miss robin said. Oh you've got me all the way for that okay. But she claims that nicole refuses to participate in or if her desires are not met and if tors dates are not dealt with soon they might have to pay back live nation and estimated six hundred thousand. Us dollars because apparently they when some sort of partnership with loan because they're expensive costs a lot of money they do so who looks like things are getting spicy over there. The pussycat dolls house him. Yeah it does seem that what. I what i read. Apparently the other women in the group agreed to be a part of his tour which is pretty much. The pussycat dolls minus. 'cause mileage was like i'm tired of playing my casing so good luck have a guitar. I'm not going. I'm talking to call. I wanna see her ever again in my life. You know. Have that so the other four girls. You know. we're like well. i'll do i go find. According to these papers. The other girls want three of the other girls would receive twelve point five percent of the net profits from the tour. Then one of the girls. The one who liked quit super early on to the group. The redhead car meets. She would be getting five percent. I guess beach not. You wanna come back around now. We'll sit down and so she gets like next to nothing. In comparison then robbing ceo director and sole owner of the pussycat dolls would also receive twelve point five whereas nicole sad rak would be getting.
"doll house" Discussed on Boston Public Radio Podcast
"Welcome back to boston public radio. She's mar. i'm jim brady every month. Behavioral economists michael. Norton comes here to explain to ourselves today. We're looking at leisure or leisure. Some might say there are people like it. People think it's a waste of time and one of these groups has an inferior quality of life. Michael learn is here to break down who that is and why by the way after we speak to michael as we always do for a few minutes and explains his rather odd research. We will then encourage you to give us a buzz and tell us your personal experiences with the subject at hand. Michael is the herald emberley professor of business administration at the harvard business school. And he's a member of harvard's behavioral insights. Group has latest book as happy money the science of happier spending michael. It's great to talk to. How are you great to talk to you. Thanks for describing. My research is odd the way by the way that loving. But we'll go. We'll go well. I think it's great. I'm very excited about vincent. So what are we looking at here. And what does leisure. So this is research led by gabby tonnetto. Who's at rutgers. Who had this idea. I think based on observing people in her life as we all do that. Some people just can't seem to enjoy leisure they. They can't seem to enjoy relaxing. Whether it's a movie or a picnic or playing a game whatever it is there some people who just seem worse off like more stressed because they're engaging in leisure and of course the definition of leisure as relaxing so this puzzle of. Why is it that some people seem to embrace relaxing and leisure and other people seem to be forced into it and then when you force them into it even then they don't seem to like it so that was sort of the driving force behind. Why wanted to look into this question. So be for your conclusions. I have a bunch of questions. I want to give you. Incredible praise for using using the pronunciation leisure and leisure in the same sentence. I did it on purpose. You noticed i presume but there is leisure and there is leisure meaning the terms that you scientists use is passive and active. But i do both. You can plop yourself on the couch. And which. I guess is passive activity or you can do active leisure. I dunno building a doll house for your kids or reading a book or something and they're different. So how did you take assume you agree with that..
"doll house" Discussed on Campfire Sht Show
"I'm too old and like a little bit too overweight to be like a sex trafficking to be like sex traffic. I mean look the fact that he aged out. I don't know him at all. The please tell me i want to believe. He didn't say like fast. He was really. I hate to break it to you. You're not exactly what i would've says are i mean i would mind too. He should've just said what are you talking about. There's hot fucking kids everywhere. Yeah yeah this is hollywood. There's kids that move here to be traffic. You know they're they're for traffic born to be in a candy commercial. Don't you think it's nets one of those. I guess i. I assume every kidnapper once a kid. Yeah is an outlets and kidnapper. It's not a lady napper right. It's not a middle aged completely overweight. Lady but i thought i was still traffic chic trainwreck. Then he told me. I hate i love. You hate to break deal. You're not traffic but you know you didn't get if there's someone out there killing nineties. There's some yeah. Now you know buffalo bill types out there and you would have been perfect. So don't don't get a low self esteem. There's someone out there that wants to kill. Yeah they just maybe don't want to take you home and then see. The boyfriend has a million dollars for your return. That's kids ransom. So i agree with him. That no one's going to kidnap you train. Get money out to worry. They wanna cal. I'll i wanna kill. You wanna feel abbasi body positive. They're not going to leave your clothes my skin. At least where. I'm gonna play this is why like Affirmation yet don't worry you might feel alone but someone out there wants to turn you into his skin dress. Got your a. Psa right there yeah. They just won't drive. It won't be during the day. That's kid snatching staff. So i knew what he meant to say that being said you should probably break up with that anyway. I just getting that. Everyone should be single like me. Let me tell you about the free time. If you ever wanted to get into building doll houses maybe over there. That was two weeks of me. I really dollhouse. Yeah are you gonna make it out of here lottery. Yes i know there's a little. They're wearing the same ads. You right now. I'm that kidnapper and then kill you. Both.
"doll house" Discussed on Real Estate Coaching Radio
"For example or even Paris go to the Loo if you want to see crazy stuff and you'd see the artist's name and you'd see their birth date and their death date, and you you'd see the name of the painting and that was it, right? So there wasn't a, it was what it was depicting, like a scene from The Bible or write a historical, a battle or something. But for the most part, I know what you're, you know, I was having those thoughts. It was what-you-see-is-what-you-get, right? Sense. It wasn't like, here's what you were supposed to think about it. Or this is, you know, I guess I kind of like home like it more, maybe when what you see is kind of congruent with your first impression in a way. But isn't art supposed to not? Are you when you're looking at art in modern art least my experience yesterday, it's almost like they didn't wage. You to form your own Impressions, your own emotional attachment to the art, you are supposed to basically be congruent, what the artist's intention was thus, the longer. The difference is that raise their commentary on choices. This is what it is right for that reason. Frankly, I'm still definitely more towards the old, the older artists, right? The, you know, but it's good to get I mean to even though maybe that's not our favorite stuff. It's still good to be exposed to different things because there were a lot of things in that museum that we like, oh yeah, we like that. Three dimensional of course. Housing influenced, of course like that, but that's dimensional multi-story. It was like twenty feet to like a modern almost like a modern partner dog doll house in a way because every window you looked in had something different. And there was something really interesting. I love the one that first had a for sale sign. Did you take a picture that? By the way, I, I tried to and then the docent gave me the I yeah, I know that place was locked. It was seriously, Checkpoint, Charlie all the way through. So along those lines back to the lichtenstein's I was noticing and all I would say at least on that floor. It would seem like every single piece of art was on loan by the Fisher family wage. I thought, I knew who they were, but I wasn't sure. So I Googled it. And they were, and she still alive. He's passed away and she's ninety or something like that. They started the Gap. So the family that took the Gap was based here in San Francisco, and I read their, their Wiki. And the gist of it was they started the Gap in 1969 because it was hard for them to find a pair of jeans or something like that. That was the motivation. This is a husband and a wife, couple that started the Gap and the Fishers, and they obviously have built that and now they own Victoria Secret. Not Victoria Secret, they own Old Navy, Old Navy, and GAP, and what's the other one J.Crew? Maybe J.Crew not J.Crew, but they own. What's the Banana Republic? Yeah, so they are. I think there is another maybe a couple of brands that they owned as well but public log..
"doll house" Discussed on The BosBabes
"A fan of airport food, something about like waiting in line for like a mediocre sub or a salad that costs you $20 with like two pieces of chicken in it off is not for me. So I I need to learn to start packing more snacks or like healthy snacks because not really a big fan of airport food. I mean, yes, they definitely do have both restaurants at some of the airport's, but most of the time when you're at an airport, you don't even have time to sit down and eat anything because either you have a connecting flight or dead. If they're too late and you're freaking someone over your suitcase to get to your proper gate. So one of the time, it's like, you have those restaurants there and you end up missing out on them, because you don't even have any time to even sit down and eat aside from not enjoying airports that much the flight to Tacoma itself. Wasn't that bad? So once I actually got onto the airplane, it was pretty cool because when you are getting closer to the West Coast, wherever that location happened to be, I mean, I'm no freaking pilot. So I don't know what direction we were flying or like what states? We went over but I just remember seeing so many mountains and one of my favorite things about traveling on an airplane, it's being able to look out out the window and just kind of like see what the clouds look like, see what the wing looks like. Like listen to the home of the Dead. Airplane engine, it's kind of like, meditative in a way. Like I love the sound of an airplane engine. I probably sound like a weirdo. But I am such a fan of listening to the hum off, an airplane engine. So yes, I do love looking out the window. I also think it's super cool when you're landing and you're able to kind of see like civilian life and just pull out at all the houses and the buildings and you can kind of pick out, baseball fields and football fields and tools from above like that bird's eye view, and almost kind of looks like a little fake doll house in a way. So I've always been a big fan of airplane rides, but this one in particular was kind of interesting. Because as you got closer to Tacoma and Seattle, you should see all of these amazing Mountain Rangers and Mount Ranier. Is.
Many feared dead after Florida beachfront condo collapses
"A grim search continues for possible survivors and victims after the collapse of a Miami area beach front condo building one person described the scene as looking like a giant fractured doll house one side of the twelve story building completely sheared away Miami Dade County mayor Daniella Levine Kamba says there's comfort just over a hundred people have been rescued but there are still dozens missing from the early Thursday morning collapse we are working around the clock to search and rescue people in this rubble a child was rescued without parents insight a woman's leg had to be amputated but she and her child were freed and other families just wait for news senator Marco Rubio dark and tragic day but but from it we would continue to pray for some miracles audio courtesy of WPLG TV officials say the building's roof is being worked on but it's not yet determined if that was a factor in the collapse hi Jackie Quinn
"doll house" Discussed on KOMO
"And Fremont has a troll. None of these attractions are for sale. But Susan Strange ways is to the right buyer who appreciates fanciful fantasy. It's like everything that I have achieved up to live in. It's like a girl. Want to see the world. It is. That's actually Cindy Russell. She's the listing agent for the two story life sized doll house. It's for sale, and it's just north of the border. Cindy tells CTV. I would move in this house and not change anything. Nobody side note. The owner made a great choice in choosing Cindy as a listing agent for the real Life Barbie Dream House of White Rock. It's covered in pink, complete with a Ferris wheel on top and life sized dolls, greeting you from the second story railing right now I'm in the boudoir. I mean, I could spend some serious time here. Let's move this tour along, Shall we owner, Susan Strangeways pink spectacle has a model train. That runs along the ceiling, modern appliances in different shades of pink from the road. It's honestly the most lifelike experience one could ever have. Now. How have I mentioned pink enough? Think Pepto everywhere, accented in clean white lines and borders. Strange way has had plenty of people say what's wrong with a little black and gray? If you go visit other places in the world other than Sort of United States and Canada. You get colors and people aren't afraid of color. And I'm not sure why the fear of color. It's weird price tag for this living tribute to Barbie and the gang, four million Canadians.
"doll house" Discussed on The Audio Long Read
"She continued there was not the slightest sign of solidarity or compassion from the authorities. Not so much as the shadow of telegram from the president or any other government official an. It's his then and there. She wrote at the age of dolls and doll houses. That's i become aware of this thing. That is terrible an incomprehensible for me. My father isn't treated like the others way on are treated like the others. She suddenly intuit's that she is a victim. Both of her father's choices and of an elite that finding those choices repugnant denies him on his family that rightful membership marine pens also biography titled account for floods against the tolerance is a standard political memoir insofar as it aims to explain. It's off his political views as the inevitable consequence of an exceptional life it departs from the norms of the john mara in its embrace of extravagant victimhood. It's the litany of grievances. The media a prominent villains accused of jinotega delirious lies launching great campaigns against the wholeness. Y'all and caricaturing her father as a racist and anti semite a fascist on this alleged. Misrepresentation this diablo is us. Your is doubtless the root of the many of the injuries of her life. If only her father on his party had been presented for what they truly were shot not have been made to suffer. Philippe olivia a member of the pasi since nineteen seventy-nine new marine in her younger years and married eldest sister. When you're a kid and you read vile things about your parent about the people around him about what they do. Why the quotes adopted where the words adopted. It's hard said olivia a possible. Man with the less that renders his conspiratorial weld. You less menacing. Who is now leans close advisor and so she constructed the analogy with the press as a life companion but one that wasn't always so pleasant by the mid nineteen eighties. A- generation of highly politicized journalists children of may nineteen sixty eight had risen to positions of influence within the french media. And they seem to believe it that responsibility halt or at the very least punished lapenne on his policy. The whole story of the eighties and nineties was the story of joe. Marine le pen's electoral rise under the media. Who wanted what do we do..
"doll house" Discussed on The Insider
"The new book out gentlemen slight sites i have. It's been a long long way. Common has and it's a very eclectic collection covering close out coin card tricks through to the great leon's haunted doll's house. But i'd say if there was one unifying theme in the book it's it's your philosophy..
"doll house" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"That story on the air. She goes. That's me. Really? All these years later? Yeah. Helen, this shrubbery. Yeah, she was on her. She was a mom. She's on her on her back in the shrubbery. Like like a turtle. She's like I got here or what? Not us. You know that states the game. She was just like I was just like, you know, Just go on sleep on the porch. I don't care anymore. On the port side, Gentlemen, I'll leave. You didn't know you. I could tell you. It's a long story. Oh, Rob, what's going on? We just hear a Dave, Our producer. Tell us that part of the thing going on on to 75. There's a house in the road. House in the road. I haven't heard that one. That's all Rob sick, which part of the highway Is that these 2 75 and 42? Yep, That's Dave said that. Yes, the report. You know what now, But he says that I can see that is a house in the road. I couldn't make out what that was. They just zoomed in the camera house on a road. Rob, We're not dancing anymore. She must road from the view they were giving me it was looked like just a dark object. You couldn't really tell them. It was like it was a truck. Now that they've zoomed in, they just now zoomed in on it. And you can tell it is a house. So I think those people are not gonna appreciate the traffic they're gonna have in the mornings location, location to get out of the house. Okay. Although it'll be a quicker trip to work Who knows? Could commute from the news from the U. C. Health traffic center. You see health offering advanced fertility services with compassion and care. Thank you, Dave. For the information on the house in the road, That is exactly what it is on eastbound to 75 it round 42 11 in The three right lanes are now blocked, so traffic is just getting by in one lane there, and traffic is heavy, too. Beyond Route four. Westbound is heavy back to read Hartman as people stopped to stare at the house in the highway north to 75, an accident passed East Gate blocks the left lane eastbound on the Ronald Reagan. There's an accident at 10 would and blue ash roads and it's got things slow back to playing field and hunt. They cleared the accident south to 75 28 in Milford, North 75. Heavy from the cut on the hill to the Brent Spence. Then you're slow between the lateral and paddock South found heavy from hobble to the Brent Spence I'm Rob Williams News radio 700 wlw forecast from a 700 wlw Weather Center for tonight. Chance of more showers and thunderstorms. Gradual clearing.
Will Kevin Hart Host the 2020 Oscars?
"Having deja-vu or is Kevin. Hart may be going to host host the Oscars who knows if this is real but he did kick off the Oscar hosting conversation last night during the premier for Jumanji the next level variety. He tweeted a video of him dishing on whether he would take over as host after stepping down this past year. On last night's red carpet Kevin Hart said quote. Hey Look I have nothing but love for the academy I always will. I think that you know any conversation is always a good conversation so. TVD To be determined and quote. Dwayne the Rock Johnson who co-stars in the Jumanji sequel with Kevin Hart was actually standing next to Kevin on the red carpet and chimed in saying. Get the Tequila Ready. Are we getting the Tequila Ready. Because because we're celebrating Kevin Hart may be hosting the Oscars or what in case you forgot Kevin Hart was supposed to host the Oscars back in February of this year but step down. After some of his allegedly homophobic tweets were exposed one. Such tweet said that if he found his son playing with the doll house he would quote. Break it over his head and say in my voice stop. That's gay and quote a comedian. Repeatedly said he wouldn't apologize for his comments saying at one point quote. I'd never apologized for what was never intended tended to be disrespectful. I'd never allow the public to win for something. I know wasn't malicious and quote but after getting a lot of heat Kevin Hart eventually did step down from the hosting Gig and actually did send a heartfelt apology to the Lgbtq community after his apology and after the Oscars went without a host. Kevin Hart was under fire again. This past September for acting bizarre around low nausea during an interview with the shop on. HBO When the topic of well now's X.. Coming out of the closet came up up. Kevin Hart appeared absolutely clueless as to why the rapper would feel scared to come out as gay at Major Feleti on twitter. said it best. When he tweeted the clip and wrote wrote quote? Kevin Hart acting like he doesn't know why Lomas X.. would be scared to come out. is like someone who stole a thing. You lost helping you look for it and quote e online insinuated that may be Kevin in heart is a changed man. Since September writing quote heart has had an intense year in the time since in September he was involved in nearly fatal car accident that he claimed aimed changed his entire outlook on life. His upcoming Netflix series. Don't F this up out. December twenty seventh will document the events of the past year and a half of his life. Life from the Oscars drama all the way through car accident. Perhaps it's this new outlook at life. That has the father of three focused on evolving through. Pass drama only time will tell the Oscars take his offer of a dialogue to heart and quote. Personally I think lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper should host the Oscars in character as Allie main and Jackson may in from last cheers a star is born. But that's just me either way. I desperately hope that there is any Oscars hostess year because last Oscars was weird eared there was no host and it made me feel bad. I like having a host restaurants need hosts parasites need hosts Oscars need hosts. Okay
Real estate tips from one of Manhattan's elite power brokers
"It's wonderful to welcome back. New york. Powerbroker Louise Phillips Forbes of house did properties she is back with some very very exciting. And maybe predicting some changes in the real estate. Sector for twenty nineteen. And my first question though, Louise in and welcome back. Happy new year. Happy new year. Frankie love to be here. You have been on top of this story you've been one of Manhattan's elite powerbrokers most start after real estate media personalities for a long time over two billion dollars in commercial and high end luxury transactions under your belt. However. And now we turn the new page we've actually seeded three and a half billion in residential Frankie. So I'm excited to be talking about. Oh my gosh. Okay. That being said. We are all on my floor right now. Shocked that a neighbor is put his condo upper sale. At. The most insane price. One could ever have imagined. This is a one bedroom condo with one bathroom with no view to speak of not a bad view. It's a city view. But it's not the waterfront Harborview that I have a my side, and he's calling it a two bedroom, which you know, and I know legally a bedroom has to have a window in it in a closet, correct? Yep. So it's missing a window and. It is. And he's done a great job renovating it it's a little doll house. But he wants one point two million in everyone is like what? Well, and it also has deeded parking. So I don't know if he's delusional. I don't know if the market's going to bare it, but. Well owner, my friend. Let's all hope he captures it that being said, you know, sellers, we're gonna see a lot of sellers who are going to be hoping for last year or the year before or the year before prices and all the buyers are looking for next year, and tomorrow's prices and finding the balance on those things will be the officiency of the market. So how do you see this year playing out? I am. Super bullish certainly on the first two quarters because listen, the reality of it is our predictions, and our understanding through history that are interest rates are inevitable to climb and it is a call to action for both buyers and sellers, and they may not be for the same reason Frankie some buyers may want to hold off and wait. But if you're first time buyer, and you've been looking or a millennial and since two thousand eight you've only seen interest rates where they have been if you look at the last forty years, I came into the business thirty years ago, Frankie and interest rates or twelve point four percent. So most buyers today don't even understand what a five percent interest rate is. You're buying power as it changes, and it costs more money is going to be it's going to cost more money to carry your home. And therefore, the prices are going to have pressure to come down. So are you saying Louise that there might be a bargain or two available in two thousand eighteen nineteen and in certain markets like minute market in New York. We had a massive ten year construction, boom that were all post great recession failed big projects. Some of these projects were they were working on them for eighteen years. But with the new with the recession and the growth and the construction market that we have experienced that growth in the purchase price was really unsustainable. We went from the bottom of the market in two thousand and ten and we moved to an unsustainable market at the end of two thousand fifteen and sixteen seventeen and eighteen are market in New York City has reset when. Some of the rest of the country hasn't even eight.
Amazon is being used as a laboratory for new products
"Ten years ago, the financial crisis changed the global economy as we knew it. If you've been following our project divided decade, you've heard some of the many ways that crisis also affected people's personal economic lives in today's installment of our series. How we changed. We hear from shontae Ray talking to us from one of the three toy stores. She owns in the Saint Louis area in one thousand nine hundred five. I took a job as a clerk in a little toy store and Edwardsville while I was getting my BFA in sculpture, and just I feel like kind of became a natural retailer. My husband was very supportive and seemed like he was willing to dive in lead a toilet with me. So we bought three giant stores with thirty five employees and the future was wide open. Two thousand eight. The holidays can didn't come. We didn't sell any doll houses. We didn't sign castles, train tables at stopped, and we came out of that season with a what the heck is going on. What? What just happened? Part of our strategy during the worst part of the crisis was to go directly to our Bank and talk to them. They could see it going on with everyone. So it wasn't a surprise that we were also struggling and we renegotiated the terms of our SPA loan. In two thousand thirteen. We went to our normal Bank appointment and the bankers called the entirety of our of our loan. We were shocked and heartbroken. The Bank guy cried with us. We cried and we were crushed. We sent out a letter on a Friday afternoon telling everyone that we were closing our stores. And at that point, hundreds and hundreds of families came people like, what are you talking about? This can't be possible. You know, I had moms that are like my water broke in your store. As all these families were coming in the question kept coming up, well, what do you need? Like? How much do you need? And we, you know, we said, I, it's a lot. I don't know. We don't know what it what we need to keep going, but we were kind of forced to give a number. And so we said, well, if we had seventy five thousand dollars, then we could push the Bank off, but I'm not comfortable with that, you know? And that's kind of where we left it. My husband and I was are actually our tenth wedding anniversary pi day twenty thirteen. My phone exploded and they had raised eighty two thousand dollars, and we're giving it to me no strings attached. And we were floored. When you have a town that says, we really want you here. You know, it's a very powerful statement by their grace was the only reason we're here. Well, in my hard work. The company shanty Ray and her husband own is called happy up Inc. We've got some pictures on our Instagram that marketplace APM. And while you're there, tell us your story with the hashtag how we changed. Welfare has been back in the news lately with the White House council of economic advisers calling earlier this month for reform of social programs, like food stamps and rental housing assistance. But while welfare has long, been one of those hot button issues that people tend to have a lot of opinions about the facts about how the system works in this country aren't so well known over the last few years. Our wealth and poverty team has been working to change that in their podcast, the uncertain our marketplace's Chrissy Clark led an investigation into how federal welfare funding actually gets spent across the country, and the answers are pretty surprising. She joins me now with an update on her reporting. Hi Chrissy. Hey, Amy. So we use the word welfare to mean a lot of things. What are we talking about specifically today? Yeah, so it can be used to refer to everything from food stamps, Medicaid. But what we're talking about right now is the program known as temporary assistance for needy families or Tanith. And this is the federal program that provide. Ads, cash assistance to poor families after welfare reform in nineteen, Ninety-six cash assistance, stop being something based strictly on need. And now there, lots of work requirements and time limits involved. The thing that changed is that welfare became a block grant. Capped at about sixteen point, five billion dollars a year. And now each year, the federal government gives a certain amount of town of money to each state states have to contribute some of their own funds. And then the key part is that each state decides how they're going to spend their pot of federal and state ten of money, and they are given a lot of flexibility and what do we know about how states are actually spending the money, so they're spending it in some pretty unexpected ways. The first surprise is that for the last few years, if you look at all the states combined only about a quarter of Tanna funds goes to actual cash assistance to poor families. Then another quarter of the funds goes to what you might call work, supports, things like job training. And child care transportation to and from work. But that's all to say that just a little more than half of Tanna funds go to what most people think of as like the core purpose of welfare, which is money directly assisting poor families or helping them get a job, where does that leave the other half? So that's where things get even more surprising. So states use some of it to fill their own budget gaps for unrelated things like pre k. and child protective services. And then there's this kind of crazy quilt of other programs that the money goes to for many years. For example, in Oklahoma, some welfare funding was going to marriage counseling workshops, not just for poor couples, but for anyone who signed up. And then Michigan is an interesting example about fifteen percent of Tanta funds there go into college financial aid and scholarship programs, and these largely benefit students from middle and upper income families, not just poor kids. So in fact, when you crunch the numbers, actually. More Tanith money is going to these college scholarship programs in Michigan than to actual cash assistance for needy families. Wow. Is that because there are just fewer families that need that help? No. So so nationally poverty has slightly declined in the last couple of years since the recession when it spiked. But the poverty rate is just about as high as it was back in nineteen Ninety-six. When we overhauled welfare around thirteen percent of Americans live below the poverty line. And that's about twenty four thousand dollars a year for a family of four. The other startling thing that I found in my reporting is that nationally very few families who are poor receive cash assistance. In fact, there are more avid postage stamp collectors than there are people who get cash welfare in the in the in the country nationally, just twenty three out of every one hundred families who live at or below the poverty line gets cash assistance in more than a dozen stay. As the decline is even more pronounced less than ten out of every hundred. Poor families gets cash assistance and what's behind that decline. So part of it is the time limits. You're just not allowed to receive assistance for as long even if you are still struggling with poverty. It's also just a harder program to navigate. Now, the application process is more difficult and more time consuming. There are these work requirements that can be hard to meet. So for families who don't have a lot of resources that might just discourage them from even applying in your reporting, what did you find in terms of what this actually means for families who are out there struggling to get by and could use that cash assistance? Yeah. So I've talked to people who sell their blood plasma to get by. They're also just the everyday tough choices that families face. I talked to one mom who on a given day might be grappling with whether to buy toilet paper or cough syrup for her kids because she just did not have enough money to buy both. So the hard question what is being done, if anything about this. So there is a welfare reform Bill that has been introduced in the house that would put more oversight on how states spend their money. And in the hearings leading up to the Bill, a member of congress actually pointed to things that we had revealed in our reporting like these college financial aid programs that we're getting ten if money that was going to higher income families. They pointed to that as one of the problems with how the program works. These days, the Bill had been expected to come to the floor this month. But in the run-up to the midterm elections, it looks like welfare is just too hot button topic to touch right now. So we'll have to see. All right, Christy Clark host of our documentary podcast, the uncertain our Krissy. Thanks so much. Thanks for having me. And you could see our updates to how your state spends welfare money at marketplace, dot org. Coming up for the first time, children with disabilities are entitled to more than just the bare minimum. But what if schools can't offer much more than that first, let's do the numbers. The Dow Jones industrial average fell thirteen points less than one tenth percent close at twenty five thousand forty four. The NASDAQ picked up twenty one points two-tenths percent to finish at seventy eight forty one and the s&p five hundred rose five points a tenth of a percent to end at twenty eight. Oh six more than a third of companies in the s&p five hundred report earnings this week investors will be watching for signs. 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Nisha novelty food products are increasingly popular on Amazon, which has kind of turned it into a laboratory for testing new food products. Vanessa Wong as written about this. She's the deputy business editor for BuzzFeed news. I asked her, I some examples. Some of their bestselling products include like protein powder and like weird chocolate covered almonds that you've never heard of and strange, like limited time or promotional offerings from some of the bigger food manufacturers. So like one of the big themes this summer, you might know this a lot like Jurassic World Food being watched on Amazon, which includes like a twenty five dollar box of Kellogg's. Frosted flakes that comes with a digital screen loaded with behind the scenes footage of the film. Film which you can only get from a box of cereal on Amazon. You know, twenty five dollars sounds pretty cheap. That's true. You know, it's interesting. I was wondering like who actually buys this stuff, and I found this guy who bought the drastic world, frosted flakes and admitted that like in no sense was it worth twenty five bucks? He could have bought the cereal and like gone to see the movie for less than that. Why are they putting some things on Amazon that you wouldn't find say in a grocery store, there are a couple of reasons. It's kind of like a lower risk environment. So at traditional grocery stores, they actually charge manufacturers fee to have their products on display. And so there's that, you know, there are a lot of kind of logistical complications and supply chain things that get in the way of launching a new product. And when you go an Amazon, you kind of have a lot more control over the situation in terms of like how many you sell, how many produce how it's marketed. The thing that is a little. Complicate about Amazon is that Amazon obviously has a lot of control over like algorithms and like where your things show up, which obviously has a lot of impact on whether or not consumers see them and buy them. And how does this fit into Amazon's overall strategy? I mean, obviously, with the purchase of whole foods, it's a bigger player in the grocery space. Is this part of its larger effort to take over? You know, when it comes to Amazon's strategy who can really say at this point, they are like all over the place, but in terms of their food strategy, obviously they're trying to beef up like what types of offerings they have for customers. And one of the ways to like differentiate themselves from brick and mortar grocery is to like, have a different product assortment. So you know, by getting food startups launch, they're kind of like novel and novelty snacks and big manufacturers to kind of like tryout promotional items and other things kind of like brings customers to your sites in. Talking about food, right. Well, how long do you think before we might get there where people go to Amazon for their regular groceries, not just their Jurassic world, frosted flakes I think we're a long ways from their e commerce has had a lot more success in other industries like electronics, apparel, things that ship. Well, groceries is complicated. I mean, aside from like snacks and kind of other dry goods that are temperature sensitive at cetera. It's really hard to get people like, you know, regular food that they can cook that day. The market share of like ecommerce and food is tiny. It's like less than five percent. Still the nessa Wong is deputy business editor for BuzzFeed news. Thanks, thanks so much. At last count more than six and a half million public school children receive special education services, how schools educate those children is governed under a federal law that covers thirteen disabilities. A lawsuit about that law went all the way to the US supreme court last year. The court's ruling changes. What kinds of services schools and districts are legally obligated to provide? Marketplace's Lizzie O'Leary went to find out what that means for the country's largest school district New York City. I hate it. I'm listening Heinsohn picking in a bright orange shirt eight year Old Aden's ready to show off what he's learning in third grade. French, his mom Alana Philip remembers meeting his French teacher. I said French, he studied French because in pre k. Aden was diagnosed with a subtype of autism. One thing that really comes out clearly is it seems as though this thing is going to take a lot of money, there was the occupational therapist. So Aden could learn to hold a pencil. The reading program at one hundred fifty bucks a session and a private neuro psych evaluate and that costs forty five hundred dollars out of pocket in New York City within sixty days of requesting an evaluation. Parents, teachers and other school staff are supposed to hash out an implement a student's individualized education program or IEP under federal law. It's the document that lays out exactly what services a student with disabilities gets. Here's Alana. Philip again, what I had to really fight full was one to one tutoring, an extra support as we know not. All schools have the same resources that's Laurie pod Vesper. She's an advocate at include NYC a nonprofit that helps students with disabilities access services. She says school, sometimes make recommendations based on what they can give, not necessarily what students need in the past New York students with disabilities were often taught separately in their own classes. But then in two thousand ten, they changed the funding formula. Now the district give schools more money if they keep kids with disabilities in mainstream classrooms. The idea being that if you educate students with disabilities alongside their peers, they'll do better academically and socially, but it's just that enough again, Laurie pod Vesper who's a proponent for these kinds of classrooms? My gut reaction is no. There's still huge achievement gap between students with disabilities in New York City. In general education students, New York City schools spent three point, seven billion dollars on classroom instruction. For special education students last year about thirty percent of such spending and they're doing better at getting students classroom services than ever before. But still one in four kids don't get the full services. They're legally entitled to two families. Recently sued the district in a statement, the New York City department of education says they ensure students with disabilities have access to education in quote, the least restrictive environment, and they say they try to resolve concerns as quickly as possible nationwide. A lot of families have sued Jack Robinson Representative, Colorado family whose case went to the supreme court. You have this inherent tension between what the parents want and believe is necessary for their child to succeed. And you know, with the school district is is willing to do alerts financially or just conceptually the supreme court ruled unanimously that just access to education is not enough chief Justice. John Roberts wrote, schools need to offer. Services. So students quote, make progress appropriate in light of the child circumstances. But the first time children with disabilities are entitled to more than just the bare minimum, the federal law, which gives students with disabilities rights to an education also promises funding to cover forty percent of extra special education costs today, only fourteen percent of those funds have come through leaving it up to states and districts to figure out how and what they can pay for since the supreme court ruling the federal education department released guidance to schools clarifying their increased duties. What we don't know yet is how that will play out for students like Aden or anyone else with a disability since divided by ten by ten. Correct? Good boy, high five for now, it likely still means a lot of hard work in New York. I'm Lizzie O'Leary for marketplace. You can check out a marketplace, special report on the economics of disability. Fear more stories about work and healthcare, all at marketplace, dot org. And this final note, the new York, Daily News lost half of its newsroom staff today, publisher trunk Inc, which also owns the Chicago Tribune and the Baltimore Sun among others bought the tabloid last year for just a dollar plus the outstanding debt in a note sent to employees. The company said efforts. So far to stem revenue losses have not gone far enough. The cuts include the paper's editor in chief Jim rich who tweeted, and I quote, if you hate democracy and think local government should operate unchecked and in the dark, then today is a good day for you. That's it. We gotta go. The Dow Jones fell thirteen points less than one tenth percent. The NASDAQ picked up twenty one points, two tenths of a percent and the s&p five hundred rose five points a tenth of a percent. Our daily production team includes Bridget Bodmer Maria Holland. Horace Sean McHenry and daisy. Philosophies are special projects. Desk includes Tommy Andre