17 Burst results for "Eccles Theatre"

"eccles theatre" Discussed on X96

X96

02:38 min | 6 months ago

"eccles theatre" Discussed on X96

"Was that pause there because that is the way Gina thinks. You know what I was thinking. Uh, there's a delay between the button and it actually playing so It's not my fault. You know what I was thinking? Uh, Yeah, so it's so easy. Umm Edie Brickell. Ex spouse abuser, I say, because she She got into an argument with her husband. Paul Simon. And apparently she and Paul's a little guy. We've been married quite a long time. I think now. But But remember they were in court. They had went to court because she liked beat him around, knocked him around. Sounds like they deserve each other. Yeah. I don't know what I think they patched it up and they're still together. Um then this, says Edie Brickell slapped Paul Simon first in a domestic assault that saw both singers arrested because quote he did something that broke her heart. Yeah. He released a new album, and he didn't dedicate it to me. He said that her song overstayed its welcome, right. Yeah, I keep thinking, if you that song keeps going, I'm going to shove her in the water. I'm gonna shove her right into the water, she said. He was acting like a spoiled baby, and you can kind of see that. Why would that be? I don't know. Because didn't Paul Simon? Wasn't He mean to Carrie Fisher? Paul's a dick? Yeah. Paul Simon's a dick period, you know. Is not a nice person, not pleasant at all. Well, he's certainly a great songwriter. Yes, he is has gone on. ET has gone on, too. She wrote that Broadway show with With Steve Martin. Called the Dream Girl of the West or Heart, which didn't get good reviews and didn't Um I think it opened in New York on Broadway and then quickly closed, But people like it because it's they still do it. It's performed in regional theater companies a lot It was. It was here at the Eccles Theater, as I recall. Um, so I don't know much about it other than fiction. With Paul or with Steve Martin. Who I think she didn't. She has not struck at all. What did the new boat Indians and Edie Brickell have another head of any kind? It wasn't just had one other. We played a few. Let's see. One that Z.

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"eccles theatre" Discussed on X96

X96

03:00 min | 8 months ago

"eccles theatre" Discussed on X96

"That happens in other shows as well. See if that should have been outside. You might not have minded the drunken loud so much this You think? No, no wonder over here. I'm gonna go stand over here. I don't not gonna be. But yeah, I would have gone away from the drunken lout is true. I was just I was being held captive at the Eccles Theater. Yeah, the assigned seating held you captive. But I miss I miss the outdoor Shows. I'm I was looking through some old pictures of some old big ass shows. Um And some old pictures of Festus when he was playing in in bands and things and those were usually outside. I miss the outside show. I missed the You know, it's the safest place to have them anymore. Yeah, So maybe a long time before I go to an indoor one. But the outdoor I miss it. And the spin Doctors made me think of that so Okay? Yes, it was his birthday. Yeah, good enough. It's still kind of a thin song, though, isn't it? This kind of thing. It did whatever I needed it to do. I didn't don't think any more than that. I don't think a band called the spin Doctors is looking for anything really, too heavy or meaningful. Well, they sure accomplished. I just think they had a song about a person they didn't like. And they wrote about it. Well, sure, they sure accomplish that That Z been a whole lot easier since the bitch left town. Haven't we all felt that it sometimes is not a deep Have that feeling every day. It's an unfulfilled wish of mine is about. Well, I just can't. I'm going to cut you off before you go any further there? Yeah, you probably should. You don't need to go any further with that one. We got a boner fight coming up to determine boner of the day We got boner of the week after that's we got This magician Scott Sylvan coming up. We're going to talk to him. And all that and more on the way. Stand by, and now a message from the Utah Department of Workforce Services. If you're looking for a new career, there are job openings in Utah, and you can find the hottest jobs available at jobs dot Utah dot gob. Now there are a lot of I T jobs available their positions in software developer engineering sales representatives, computer support account executives, network engineers and architects. And they're now a lot of tech companies. And you know there are a lot of them in Utah. They're flourishing, and they they're looking for people so more than ever, technical jobs and skills are in demand. And there are new tech companies coming along all the time. And some of them will train you even if you say Well, I don't I just need a job and I want to work. They will train you and get you ready..

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"eccles theatre" Discussed on The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

02:10 min | 8 months ago

"eccles theatre" Discussed on The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

"You don't really know it. Just you just don't know if if it connects with you and if you can feel that that's really that you start to have this relationship with the material and to see other people have the relationship with the material was just a really you know it like one of those euphoric connections to too many people at once. It's it's an intense experience. I mean for anybody that doesn't know about the eccles theatre which is part of a high school in park city and it seats twelve hundred people so when you of film that makes it to eccles and they go on a rotation of theaters. It's kind of deal because you are seeing. How twelve hundred people are reacting to your movies. So i mean it's fun and terrifying. I guess i guess the thing that i would point out that i remember talking about another earth just before we move along with to my memory. You you're shooting that neither spring or summer right before that sundance so so it was. It was within like right the year before that technical sundance that debuted on now is something that a lot of filmmakers can't do because they weren't able to get out and film in the pandemic and twenty twenty. How long was your shoot on another earth again. Because i remember it was mega shorts and then you you just if you could remember what time of year you shot i would. I would love to just have that info again. Yeah it's it's hard to remember. Now it's over a decade but i feel like it was probably been ten years but the i think the shoot was probably around thirty days but there was gaps in it right so like we. We said we will very stop and go. I remember 'cause we we started with nothing like we started with nothing at all. We had a camera that a friend of ours loan. And you know our our family like like all locations that were just Friends and family and and we shot maybe ten days worth of material piece that together and then we started building a bigger team and sort of a wonderful group of people started surrounding the project and started helping it get birth so i think it was probably thirty days of for certain periods but i do remember like for example..

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"eccles theatre" Discussed on The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

06:05 min | 1 year ago

"eccles theatre" Discussed on The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

"You know the cool thing about today's movie is that it's funny again and again and again to the point that it gets repetitive over and over and over, and by the way this is a plus not a minus in the world of Palm Springs Howdy I'm Jeff Goldsmith and this is the QNA. My agenda is simple each week I plan to bring you in depth insights. Insights into the creative process of storytelling. You don't folks I was there in the room. You'll hear me say later. I'm not bragging I'm just trying to give you the energy because we're all socially distanced and we don't get to see films with each other anymore in it for the moment I was there at Sundance for their first big screening with twelve hundred people. People and the crowd lost it. I mean they went absolutely nuts as they should have. Because the movie was absolutely hilarious, fired on all cylinders, the performances were great. The writing and directing was great, not enough good things to say about it, so it was no surprise when it broke sundance records and sold for seventeen and a half, million dollars and sixty nine cents and we're going to talk about that today because we have director and curator Max, Barbakow, with us, and we also have a CO writer Andy Sierra with us, and you know maximum Andy really are a great team have been working together for a long time. They had a lot of great insights into this their process to make their first feature link film together and. I know you'll dig this episode and speaking of things to dig. I hope you'll also check out back story magazine over at www dot backstory dot net. If you can believe it in all this madness with movie, still not being released into theaters, we are as a film magazine, still going to produce new issue issue number forty two, and we're working on it, and for those of you who want to experience who we are and what we? We do just go on over to backstory dot net, and you can even use code save five. That'll save you five dollars office subscription for one year it will give you access to about the years worth of past issues, and we're adding more into our archive, but for for now with the software update there's there's basically about a little over a year in there, and it'll give you access to the new stuff. We do over years well. At checkout at backstory dot net, you could use coupon code. Save Five that will give you access on the web via desktop or laptop. It will also give you access via an IPAD with those log in credentials if you have one and it's better few to subscribe it backstory than through apple, because it leaves more of your money in our pockets rather than apple, so thank you for that, but now without any further ado I hope you check out palm springs from Hulu, it is playing on Hulu. Obviously, it's drive ins around the nation. It is really worth your time. It's a hilarious movie. It's a great well-crafted love story. There's there's a lot. Lot to it that that I don't want to spoil it for you, but check it out and see what all the hype is about because now we're GONNA get into our conversation with Max and with Andy about their feature debut palm springs Andy Max I loved. I loved your film so congrats on that. And I was actually at Sundance at the ECCLES theater for your for screening and I I thought it was you know incredible. The crowd just went crazy for it so the energy in the room of just seeing it with a with a huge audience of twelve hundred people awesome, so congrats on that to both of you. I loved it We start with breaking in stories and I'm just curious your background. Did either of you study film in school or Theater? What what's what's your background? The drove down the path. I saw on June eleventh, Ninety Three addresses Barking Michael. It my my mom's best friend gaming shoulder Mount Camera. I seven at the time and I just spent the next in elementary school junior high school making. Little short films that The Romeo Juliet. MMA crucible and Richard Arabic Thea, so I always knew I wanted to do that then. In some to my older brother asked me to be in his indie rock band when I was a junior in high school Zayed's obviously said yes. And that kind of. Sent me down the. The touring indie rock band path for the next ten years mainly the next, the five years after I finished Undergrad. Ride did not did some creative writing classes in college I did not. Actively pursued film I kinda like sort interrupt. Where'd you go to school? I went to UC Irvine. And then Yeah I. My last final ran across the street. The ban ban has at the south by which started like the first of. Five years of doing laps around the country when the Dan. plateaued and My older brother and I decided. Today! I did not know what else to do other than. Give this film making thing a real shots like okay? What are some film score? decided to abide. By that. A couple of weeks before applications were doing I think it was the one that didn't require the gre taken the gre. Like I did not know what else to do with my lights the one thing that ever been passionate about was. Was Joan and Then television once onside saw the sopranos when it was taken out in one thousand, nine hundred. And at that point like I, just I knew I had to pursue this and give it a shot. In, that's what was. What was the camera that you were given at a young age? Just just before we move onto Max camera was. Oh, I can't I can't remember the brand of. Had one for the full vhs. Air. New Orleans Camera Yeah. This huge thing that I-, I-, warranty the ground, but it was you know it was that summer is where it's I.

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"eccles theatre" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

07:13 min | 1 year ago

"eccles theatre" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

"Second thought we thought everything and Shot the made a twenty five day schedule and for dropped rental cars and trucks. Cranes dropped so many things and got the budget down to two point. Seven five million dollars. He paid for the whole thing himself. Now I feel like the soundtrack alone would be two point seven five million dollars and then he sold it at Sundance for for over five million dollars. I think and then and then it's onto to the little engine that could and keeps gone gone gone but but it's but it's it's it's the ultimate story of. I've had many stories in my life like that but that's ultimately version my career whereas whereas like was not going to give up my hat's over the fence and I'm just gonNA keep going if it's not this guy it'll be somebody else. WanNa make this movie. But let's talk a little bit about why because something that. I say a million and I want to hear what you think about. It is too many people I think wannabe actors because they want to be rich famous or have a lot of sex or or have a nice Reclaimed Wood Kitchen. But what what is it that fence and your hat. It can't be. I can't think someone who's cashed in. Forgive me I'm just saying like you are okay and you are writing a movie like what is going on. What do you love to do? Why is this your dream because I think if you to that people can get some clarity? Is this really my dream or is it just something that I think I'm supposed to do to be important the greatest joy than I ever have In in a outside of You know love and friendship and family is is is having someone moved by something I made and that could be tiers that could be laughter it but I don't I I I can't find something I like more. I can't imagine I used to go to Madonna's new community theater and I would see him in the local place and he was good so he always had the lead part and I would just sit. I was eight years old and I would sit and watch my dad and like Hello Dolly and and and I just this community theater in Livingston New Jersey and I remember thinking this is. This is a job like you can talk to. You don't have to do all the other shit that my parents don't like doing like you can choose to have this your job or you weren't reading. Us weekly and looking at red carpet photos you are going to look for man and Hello Dolly in Jersey and I was looking at was the joy they always a fucking zero budget community theater production. I was looking at the joy. It was bringing to the people in that audience. And how my dad would get a big laugh and I was like wait a minute. This doesn't this isn't just a hobby like this can be a career and I knew at eight because that's what I want to spend the of my life doing and you know when I was garden when I was at Sundance for Garden State and I and I finally introduced the moving got in. We're at ECCLES theatre. Which is the big theater in Park City and I stood in the back and the movie stars and I just started sobbing. I was like this is all I ever wanted to have. And it's happening. Yeah that's a bobby. Moynihan told me when he heard His name announced during the credit. Snl He just started bawling. Dad's it it's not if you told me some story about a paycheck you got or something like that would just make my penis go inside my body. I hate that stuff. I and that reminds me of your character in which I was here. 'cause his wife talks about the happiest she saw. You was doing a very poorly attended shakespeare production. That sounds like you were talking about your dad. My Dad and also I never. Shakespeare was nonsense to me until I got to northwestern and had a really great teacher who kind of like it was like learning a language and once I understood the language and then I would go watch great productions. I was like Eureka. It's like you know those things that when we were growing up and if you looked at the poster and the right way with three Yeah Vatikai. Yeah so it was like that was Shakespeare for me in in that I got I was like. Oh my God I'm getting I'm getting I'M C. And and And I had some some real pivotal moments in in college where where we're transformative and then fresh out of northwestern. I got some roles in Shakespeare at the public theater in New York and then eventually Delacour in central park and I did Romeo and Juliet and and so that was really a really strong transformational thing for me in my life and I think that's why I put it which I was here because he was trying to save my characteristic Hudson's character like August. She was saying to me. I haven't seen you without much joy where especially back in college when I starting our. Everything's just so carefree. You're not thinking about having to pay the rent you're not thinking about for. I should say I was blessed to have parents who can help me but I I was. I was allowed to just focus on the art of it. All and then once you graduate and get out there and then you start thinking about a. You'RE GONNA pay for everything but I I think a time machine. You hear that someone firing up a time machine. I wish I think that's one of those people who decided that they're loud. Motorcycle is cool Okay I'm so sorry I'm a motorcycle rider but I don't do the no muffler bullshit. Okay all right nice. I didn't know guys that looked like US could ride motorcycle. Can you're allowed ignoring stops. You seven five though. I don't know you don't want that. It's it's like a greyhound just lay down and that's my motorcycle You you seem like a guy that once you've got it like you're like I got it was Shakespeare. You WanNa give it to other people if I can pay you another compliment garden state There was something in there that was like hey young people what if we like good movies you know what I'm saying. I was trying to say that I honestly to be this false modesty. I did not think that it would have the response it out. I thought I thought. Oh this will hopefully be my first film and people. Will I be able to be a filmmaker because this is my foot in the door? This is my first. I had no idea what my second one I I look at these guys Damian. Chazelle who are who so wisely have like three movies ready to go. When I'm in San Jose. I no idea there's GonNa work but let's try and then when it became a big hit I was like what else you got. I was like. Yeah you wouldn't be ragbag. Good you woke right. Another story about mother sat joop but not even. I don't even mean it necessarily a pretentious way but when I was watching which I was here and it's the same garden. State your like an every shot director. Meaning it's well. Let like I was envying your DP but I know that has a lot to do with you and the very into photography as a hobby of mine so I think it it like I get so much joy in composition and in Pete my character. Pete had a care a scene at a synagogue in crashing. I remind he sits down with the rabbi. Was really annoyed. You didn't ask me to be.

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"eccles theatre" Discussed on Hello Monday by LinkedIn

Hello Monday by LinkedIn

06:35 min | 1 year ago

"eccles theatre" Discussed on Hello Monday by LinkedIn

"So we got you know a three course meal delivered to our house with a bottle of wine and the link to the film to watch it but you know at the end of the. What was that like? What was that experience like other than novel? A little weird you know is really it was nice. It was like you know Friday night movie and to have this meal that we We we didn't choose it. They just said. Are you allergic to anything? And it was just we'd been cooking for ourselve- like for the last two weeks. It was nice to get something new and different and so that was a nice surprise. Did did you have the feeling that you were watching it with other people at the same time? No that's the thing that you cannot replicate because at the end of the day when you're watching it at home you can still hit pause to go to the bathroom. You can control the condition under which you're watching it. You're not hearing the collective gasp the collective laughter the collective tears and for me I remember so distinctly the first time we screen the publicly was at the premiere at Sundance and it was at the eccles theatre which is like really like a student auditorium so it has all these weird echoes and stuff. But it's kind of infamous experience of that that theater and so you really really see the room resonates and I didn't WanNa stay for it. I was so nervous that I wanted to leave and and Kim mutiny. The head of the festival said you have to stay and it's an experienced this you know so. I did and I remember like the first ten minutes when the room laughed. It was this like I visibly like fell or viscerally. Felt this sense of relief because the whole room just laughed and there. Was this lightness. Even though it's such a dark subject matter and I knew that it was going to be okay and you just can't replicate that at home. How do you think that this period of our lives is going to change your work? Well it's already changing a lot of things because any speech that I wrote before all of this happened that I was going to do a keynote. Honor a tedtalk on. I have to reevaluate you. Know because the context of the importance of what I'm talking about has shifted and so I have to reevaluate what things I want to talk about and I'm not and I don't know the answer to that yet but it's also affected the kind of stories I want to tell for. Sure like my priorities. In my life have become focused in a different way when you sort of downsize. Right everything you you you kind of really cheap have to think about what is important in. Your Life. Let's talk about the farewelled just a couple of minutes. Lou was one of my very favorite movies last year and it did such a such an elegant job at speaking to two cultures at once. And now we're going through a period in the US where Chinese Americans are under a lot more pressure and more hate is being directed toward them than previously. And I'm curious if it makes you. Think differently about the work that you created last year. It's underscored the importance of what I was trying to explore. Because I'm experiencing it now on a much greater scale right so here in America we talk a lot about the hate For Chinese Americans and because people are ignorant They clump everyone together. So it's more Asian Americans So they might see somebody Japanese or Korean and just think that they're Chinese And so you know. There's a lot of ignorance but what I also experienced that maybe not everybody is experiencing in America is that it goes the other way too right. Which is that. A lot of Chinese are hating Americans because the narrative that they're being fed is that Americans brought the disease over there And now in Hong Kong you know. They've really contained disease but people returning from abroad Students ETC FROM EUROPE FROM AMERICA. Coming back or bringing the disease the virus back in and so they're having a second wave of it And so it's again it's It's this disorder pointing fingers back and forth end It's a lot of it has to do with media and how they're forming the narrative for their citizens And it's honestly creating a lot of divides within my family because I have family in America at family in China and based on the news that they're hearing the stories that they're hearing they're going to direct their anger in a different place and as the person once again in the middle who's trying to bring peace and say hey guys like with all of so many people dying in the world. Are we really going to sit here and fight over whose fault it is because if you know if if one of US somebody got sick and And they were no longer here. Is that the last that you WanNa have that you spend you know on some kind of video chat arguing about whose which nations fault. This all is So yeah it's it's very relevant and I think more than ever it's about a global community coming together. We'll we'll keep reading. Thank you so much for taking the time with US. Lulu thank you. That was Lulu Wong. She wrote and directed the farewell. If you're looking for a good quarantine film and you haven't watched it yet or even if you have. I highly recommend watching it special. Thanks this week to Madison. Shaffer for producing this bonus episode. I'm Jessi Hempel. Thanks for listening. Keep your distance but stay social. See You on Monday..

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"eccles theatre" Discussed on Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me!

Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me!

13:24 min | 2 years ago

"eccles theatre" Discussed on Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me!

"From NPR WBZ Chicago this is wait wait don't tell me the NPR News Quiz Utah up our panelists run their mouths are bluff the listener game call one triple eight wait wait to play we'll be back in a minute with more wait wait tell me from NPR for this podcast and the following message comes from trader Joe's where you never have to wait to discover delicious foods and beverages from around the world speaking of waiting you don't have to wait for more episodes of trader Joe's original podcast series inside trader Joe's filled with fresh aches everything from frozen food to flowers and fresh produce is to judge spices find new episodes on apple podcasts or wherever you get your podcasts more at traderjoes dot com trader Joe's on Instagram Pinterest and Youtube Maddie Safai here host of a new daily science podcast from NPR culled shortwave we'll bring you new discoveries everyday mysteries and this week Bill Monroe Professional nerd and creator of X. K. C. D. explains how do you science to tell if you're a ninety skip listen and subscribe to shortwave from NPR from NPR WBZ Chicago. This is wait wait don't tell me the on news quiz I'm Bill Curtis playing this week with Peter Gross Roxanne Robertson Roy Blunt Junior and here again is your host at the eccles theater in Salt Lake City Peter Sagaing thank you bill thanks everybody the right now it's time for the wait wait don't tell me bluff the listener game called one triple eight wait wait to play our game on the air hi your way don't tell me I'm stockwell Alpert nurtured Sudbury Sudbury near Boston right twenty miles away twenty miles away what.

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"eccles theatre" Discussed on Hysteria

Hysteria

03:29 min | 2 years ago

"eccles theatre" Discussed on Hysteria

"Hello and welcome to hysteria. I'm Erin Ryan this week. ELISSA master Monaco calls in to talk about the bad news the Epstein getting mess and some Good News Elizabeth Warren Making history again then comedian Kathy Griffin joins Karen Deal Naomi Paragon in studio to discuss creeps and creepy nece and as always the hills will die on before we get to the show a little bit of housekeeping. If you want to submit a hill you'll die on you can record eight thirty second voice memo on your phone and send it to hysteria at crooked dot com you can also send questions for dude who'd you asked to hysteria at crooked dot com and we will try to answer them on video on a future episode second item of Business Hysteria Merch is available. It's selling like hotcakes. I you know what why do people say that I feel like people have joked around this. I've never been in a place where I've needed by hotcakes but whatever the tank the muscle tank with the mouth on it is almost sold out so if you want a muscle tank with a hysteria mouth on it then head to store that crooked dot COM to get it before it's gone another item on the agenda parts of America is going on tour. I will be guest co hosting at the show in Denver on July seventeenth and in Salt Lake City on July eighteenth the Denver show is the Belco theater and the Salt Lake City. Show is at the ECCLES theater so you can get your tickets at crooked dot com slash event you can see me on stage podcast with my face. We're talking new thing where I give a shout out to a special group of listeners this week I wanNA give a shout out to members of the Trans and Non Binary Community Kennedy who listen I know a lot of you get in touch over instagram and twitter and the socials and I know also pride month is over but we are always proud that you tune in to the show now. Let's get to it. Hello Hello Eliza that was very musical. I tried that was very musical. Do what can I say lyrical Gal. You are your lear goal. Well Gal genius. I can say that your lyrics have been a bright spot in this week. I've been kind of bummed me to like. What is your main source of being bummed out this week? I suspect it's the same as mine but let's talk talk well. Let's talk I mean I it's hot as FAULK IN UPSTATE NEW YORK. That's just number one okay. You're trapped inside consuming the news sure sure and there's a lot of news is a bum or Yarmur. Where should we even start Alex Acosta Jeffrey Epstein leg? What a basket of deplorables if you will yeah I'm kind of starting to feel like Donald Trump has never met a Caucasian male sex offender? He hasn't wanted to appoint to a cabinet position when he leaves the White House he's going to have like a burning man just for white male sex offender so that they can all get together and talk about how they've Buchan skirted the system and got away with nearly murder yeah. It's it's pretty insane. Let's talk about the Epstein thing. Let's let's talk about the Epstein thing and the way that it ties to our current state of politics because I think Jeffrey Epstein were just adjust just a billionaire if he were a billionaire who happened to know a lot of famous people and those famous people didn't include.

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"eccles theatre" Discussed on Hysteria

Hysteria

03:12 min | 2 years ago

"eccles theatre" Discussed on Hysteria

"You updated on that more housekeeping i'm going to be on tour with pod save america i'm going to be in denver on july seventeenth at the bell so theater in salt lake city on july eighteenth fc eccles theater stand i've never been to utah before so i'm pretty excited but i'm gonna get the kickoff utah on my list of states but i haven't visited excited to join you guys july seventeenth in denver slight eighteenth in salt lake city the shows because me to make sure come see us live get tickets at crooked dot com slash events finally finally i'm trying a new thing where i give a shout out to a special group of listeners this week wanna give a shout out to people who still have to work on holidays i spent new year's day one year when i was in high school giving bass at a nursing home not more fun i actually worked there but it was not the greatest new year's day of my life so i can't say i feel your exact paying all these people who currently have to work on the fourth of july and other holidays but i have felt similar pain and i'm like you fellas which hello hello well is that what's weird though is super weird it's just picked up in there was no buddy but yet here i am yeah here you are thank goodness i was going idle hall hello line planned i'd like pre written it gonna be like oh it's hashtag most wanted elyssa but i know i was i was shocked by the silence and now it just totally through my whole day off so we're gonna elements okay well well take it from here okay good thank you for being understanding politically or let's let's get into it i wanna talk about hashtag unwanted ivanka the be a photo shopping name that i accidentally started on sunday cy had writer's block 'em so here's would start elyssa use you saw i'm assuming yes people out shopping ivanka trump into historical moments where she didn't belong in wasn't wanted and would be useful that was something but i suggested people do in response to the conversation at the g twenty where we see ivanka trying to interject into a conversation between actual world leaders who have diplomatic experience an christine lagarde had amassed kind of casting a very obvious aspersions with her face on ivanka why don't you think before we started before we really get into like the photo things in the meaning of it and what actually happened what did you think about ivanka at the at the g twenty i mean it's fucking appalling you know i mean like if you look back and i guess for me i put everything in the context of like when i was there more just generally before donald trump was president i mean any v administration supply i mean she put herself my my favorite part aside from the christine the guard side i windows righteous would win so every summit every gene twining g eight nato excetera there's always what they call the family.

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"eccles theatre" Discussed on Abe Lincoln's Top Hat

Abe Lincoln's Top Hat

04:04 min | 2 years ago

"eccles theatre" Discussed on Abe Lincoln's Top Hat

"They have the word go for. Shame. Shame. It's Abe Lincoln's top hat hosted by Ben Kissel. Boom we can't get fooled again. Hey, what's up everybody? How you doing? This is Ben Kissel, along with Travis. Morningstar slathered in CBD bomb, or you really. Yes. The CBD bomb that was here at the studio decided to slather, it all over my body and I'm reading about Chinese surveillance programs. I'm just the zeitgeist embodied in person. I am two thousand nineteen interesting. Yeah. We're going to talk a little bit about Chinese surveillance here in a minute hick vision hick vision hit vision. It's not Jeff foxworthy. You might be a Muslim extremist. Oh, if you have hic vision, I suppose Travis, I'm so happy, you're here to pick up the hacky joke slack as usually. That's my Gile. You have to you have to mention Jeff foxworthy, your Equis theater English theatre. Yeah. In where was that Salt Lake City? Sure. And the merch person is telling me that Ron white was performing the night before. I love Ron white, and I was asking her about the merch. And the Ron white has so much good merch. He's a great guys. Got a great merch. He's got a bunch of merge. You know, he was always the more liberal person on the what was it called the dunks of comedy donkeys of country comedy? Yeah. What was that? What was that called the, the white guys are still at at comedy tour? What the great something the Marlborough men of I have no clue either way. Well, now we have to find the name of that comedy too. I mean, honestly, Ron white he can spin. A yarn. Folks, you got to call her comedies. That's right. The blue collar comedy tour. Yes. Eccles theatre was absolutely wonderful. I don't know what the point of was that. You brought what was the point of bringing that up travesty recall, hold on. I'm gonna look up. Ron white merchant quick. Okay. Now, why are we looking at Ron White's merch? Let's see, for the sake of political show. So, so here's some, well, this is political owner, literal merch. Okay. This is rob. Shirts. I had the remind I had the right to remain silent, but I didn't have the ability a little little little glasses scotch. That's a story that he talks about. When he got arrested in New York, and he got kicked out of a bar because he was wearing a cowboy hat, and being belligerent, because you've got to have a little fun. One of them says you can't fix stupid. That's another one of his jokes. Yeah. If you quit listening all shut up. Well, you know, he's a classic guy. That's the whole thing. And just your classic tater sow sort of like potatoes on shirts. Will that was another that's an extension of the joke that he did regarding getting kicked out in New York City, they asked him for his nickname in his nickname was tater salad because he got arrested, I don't know how I know all of this, by the way he got arrested way back in the day by buddy, cop, his and the cop asked him if you had any aliases, and he said, they call me tater salad. And then when he was arrested in New York, they said is your name, Ron tater salad white there four. Yes. A joke. Or he has a t shirt rather that says commentator salad. I seriously have no idea how have all the bed information right off the top of my head. And you would fit right in at the Ron white VIP experience. Hey buddy, I would absolutely love it. Well, we actually have some real stuff to get to first and foremost, I want to say this, you know, I had one of those dreams last night, it was very surreal. It felt like you know, it felt like when I woke up I was waking up into a dream and the dream world was reality. Right. And it was me. I was hanging out with Kevin Barnette KB bird Lugar for life. We were just having a good time. The dream was so normal. We were literally just having beers shoot in the shed just like Chattan and I woke up and I was like, oh bomber. It's unlike a whole when you have a scary movie dream or like when you have a, a nightmare, you.

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"eccles theatre" Discussed on X96

X96

04:24 min | 2 years ago

"eccles theatre" Discussed on X96

"Well, it's her birthday. Say heels, you sixty four okay, she's from Romeo. Void. Yes. I was I wanted to play girl in trouble. But apparently, this is only confined, we don't you? I liked that one. But you heard. We're gonna talk about your play going. Oh, yes. You went to see at Latin Ladan Atlantan. I saw a small production of Adan at Disneyland. Saw that one. Which was quite good. Actually, the guy who played the genie was doing straight, Robin Williams rip off really impersonate first nation, but it was great. It was they didn't they didn't do not that Katie wick. Yes. For before we get to the play. Yeah. I thought wall will be fun to take the kids to the melting pot before the restaurant, the melting belting that's super fun, wouldn't they did it was super fun. However, I didn't manage my time properly Ono if you're going to go to the melting pot, which is fun for the kids or your whole family or date night, or whatever. Bork out to our least take some time. Because it's a four course thing and fond du it's yeah. And it's and the kids loved it. But I didn't time it, right? And we didn't have time for dessert, which is the best part chocolate undo. So we had so we'll have to go back just for dessert. So them I told them when we get to the Eccles. We're going to divide in Coker. You guys are gonna go to the snack bar and get a candy bar or something because you'd be deserted. I'll go get the tickets. We'll call we'll meet up, and so I send them, and I told my my daughter, you know, what I like you get me a treat. Well, she does know me. And I just I'm here to tell you that the brownies at the Eccles theatre are excellent brownies. These are good too. Yeah. That's good to know. Because what what is a theater going experience without a good Rice Krispies street or a Brown tree tree in a drink. But yeah, the so the production amazing the set was fan costuming youthful a tour and company. Yes, it's Disney's Aladdin. And yeah, this genie. The genie was good. Because he wasn't doing Robin Williams impression. He did. He remind you of ceelo green at K. I wasn't the only one it looks kinda like sees big. Yeah. And he acted like ceelo a little bit with his extravagance. Wasn't blue. Yeah. Well, he wore a blue heeler. Remember, the one Disney was like an hour long. And the and the God the genie was blue painted in blue. I watched I watched a video clip from the Disneyland like one compared to what we watched and they're very different. It's it's it's a different story to. Yes. Yeah. There there's more songs in this one is this more Alibaba and the forty thieves and all of that kind of stuff. There's a lot of like scimitar and dancing with words, and I have to say. Bare-chested for each win with swords, really entertaining. Made me very happy. Yeah. They weren't. All smooth justed was sore. Yeah. They also sold symbolic or anything instead of instead of the animals that you have Iago a boo. They're they're humans their human friends instead of animals this time, but then play the same kind of. Although you never get that with Guzman at her girls. No, you don't understand it takes you a minute to realize that her her like helpers, her female helpers are supposed to be Raja. Yeah. But it was. Yeah. If you get a chance to see kids loved there. So they're excited because the live action movie is coming out this year too. So there they've got Ladan on the brain, which is which is sort of the same thing as the play. Right. I mean, it's the same songs. Yeah. Probably. Spirit doesn't.

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"eccles theatre" Discussed on X96

X96

03:30 min | 2 years ago

"eccles theatre" Discussed on X96

"So we had Boehner candidate number one not justified not criminal, but you're excused shooting a guy a prisoner in his cell and accidentally shooting him with your gun when you what you meant to do was pays him. I think. Yeah. That seems a little excessive Boehner candidate number two. It's very rare. So of course, it must be killed a hunter. Turkey of a lifetime. He called it. A very rare white Turkey in Tennessee and. I think he could have let it go. But no shot it and boater candidate number three come on money's money to man trying to buy lottery tickets with movie money and not be very smart about it at all was Kerry suggests you could just go. Oh, wait. I'm sorry. I I, you know, this was the real stuff. I gotta go to my car and get the real Moby right back. Terry has thought about this before the situation? Criminals are stupid and cowardly lot as Batman said. But the winner. Yet had probably the be Boehner candidate number two. It's very rare. So of course, it must be killed. All right. There you go. That's the winner of around to it is now qualified to be Boehner of the day. It'll have to defeat the winner of round ones voting. We'll throw them both into the Boehner dome at nine twenty. That's when you'll decide Boehner of the day with owner fight all right now Dina Marie men's and heiress who's our guest host today because is on vacation. She is. She is a local actress your you've done a lot of stuff. You've got stuff coming up to right. I do. Yeah. I'm going to be doing a play this summer at the blackbox at the Eccles theater downtown Salt Lake with the sting and Honey company. It's going to be a new adoption of Cinderella. So that will be happening in July, and I will get to be the villain. I'll be the evil stepmother. So that was a lot of fun. Yeah. And then you've been in tons of stuff. And you also do the FOX thirteen Dina on the scene. Do I've got an an entertainment segment. That's on good day, Utah, FOX on most weekends seven forty and eight forty AM, and I cover a lot of entertainment events going on locally all through Utah. So really anything can fall under the entertainment category. Let's do a little theater arts sports food. You know, I try to bring a big variety. So yeah, I've got a little a little taste of it for either as he can get. Idea of what it is that I feature we can't call this Dina on the scene because they would sue us right before rush right in welcome. Dana on the scene. See that big music fills right now. It's like a little mad men. Right. So what what are we got? Well, let's big weekend. Right. Because we have Easter we have Earth Day. There's just a lot happening. So the grand spa big ground hotel. They're amazing spa is having a spring social this Thursday at four pm. You can kick things off with fifty dollars. You're fifty dollar tickets. Go get you drinks, light appetizers, a mini. Hydra facial? A facial scan. That's going to read the damage and from there. They can tell you what treatments or products, you should be using or getting or say, there's no hope for you Bill. There's no hope just go home when you are. But.

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"eccles theatre" Discussed on X96

X96

03:01 min | 2 years ago

"eccles theatre" Discussed on X96

"Today. Probably so tonight these on sorry will be a Kingsbury hall. Oh, really talking about this for awhile tonight is the night for that show. So if you've got tickets, set reminders, he don't forget is he calling the show anything to you know, is it got know a title bout that I saw. But tomorrow. Tweet for comedy, Bert Kreischer will be a wise guys. He does the voice for the statue elephant, probably his best known work. That's known for that. But he he's I would I would not sit in the first few rows, sweat he sweats. And he does it without a shirt off. A large man. Yeah. Fuzzy he's fuzzy. Yeah. So that's tonight. It why is tomorrow. Now, this shows are sold out. But as always hit the classifieds if you're looking tomorrow also Howard Jones trio at the Eccles theatre. It's an acoustic set spending thirty years spanning thirty years rather of being Howard Jones an intimate acoustic performance, it's your old friend. How you've been to his house. When when is it that's tomorrow night? We'll able to get a hold of Howard's people who reach out see if he wants to come up Friday me without you at the complex quarter celebrates their one year anniversary. It seems like such a long time ago. Celik was getting its very first arcade bar and see I'm just the opposite. It feels like it open. Just a few months ago seems to be like a year ago a year ago about a year ago. Yeah. We got it. All right. Okay. Good pinball auto Rama kicks off on Friday the amount in America expo center that runs through Sunday On Saturday night. You've got Liz fair metro musical. Really? Yeah. Adventures in guy Ville. Next exit to guy Bill was. Exit. Black audience will be an urban lounge that shows sold out as well. Of course, Davey havoc and Jade from fine. Yeah. That's them. Russell Peters will be at wiseguy Salt Lake on Saturday and Sunday night. There are tickets still available for that show. Flogging Molly doing their makeup date at the complex with face to face on Sunday night and on Monday. An evening with Jason Alexander. What at the UB event, you you events center. I saw him in Vegas. How's that really knows great? It was great great. It was great Gina. He'll what does he do? Stand up. He's not standard. Oh, this is something. It's great. What he does when it's evening. It's an acoustic set where he remembers being Howard Jones. Yeah. You're think I wonder what it isn't Art Van delay performance, art pieces. Art, Van Delano Broadway songs with the UV you Symphony Orchestra. So Bs on. That's great outdoing. Hugh jackman. No doubt. So that's what's going on this week. And just as good looking once again brought to you by the Loveland festival on.

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"eccles theatre" Discussed on X96

X96

07:47 min | 2 years ago

"eccles theatre" Discussed on X96

"We have a sponsor for the not for the opening but for the chicken. All right. So chases busily working on my my ten seconds sponsorships. And I'm sure we brought in here momentarily. Okay. I've I have yet to see chase do anything busily. Yeah. He was busy. I thought it was a B for a minute. And then no, okay. All right. Well, I'll just I'll open the show, and then we'll do get to check ins if anyone's called. I don't know if they have but eight seven seven six zero two nine six nine six we do have a random caller will win a prize a pretty nice prize for its I'll read it the second. Okay. And you're three word take away on the Oscars. But now let me tell you about the moon. I've got that right here. I think yes, I do the moon is a waning moon. It is now about half full fifty nine actually fifty nine point six percent of full moon will set today at ten fifty eight am today being Monday. It's the twenty fifth day of February in the year of our Lord two thousand and nineteen and this is the northern hemisphere's. No, the western hemisphere's north. We're. Yeah. Oh, yeah. We're the hemisphere. Why don't we just say we're the world's most demanding radio broadcasts. All right. The world's most demanding radio broadcast. We're the radio from hell show. Starring the lords of morning radio. Harry Jackson, Bill Allred and Gina Barberi. Carey you didn't put on your hat. I know. Well, I know we're not on TV. We're having a little trouble with TV. No, we're not on. But you should still put on your head. All right. My work at. I put it on Kerry just put on his hat everybody. You can't see him do it. But he did put on I could feel it. Yes. And let's see the show is being co produced today by several people. We have Katy for short here today. We have a chase here today helping out and the show will go on Cynthia if you're listening come on in. Trying to locate. Because why would we have a list of phone numbers work? Why would that be? Certainly not necessary phone numbers of people that work here that would require a piece of paper. Exactly. All right. Yes, brought to you by X ninety six in radio from hell excited to welcome Sebastian Maniscalco. He makes his way to Utah for a night of laughter. Friday, March eighth that the Eccles theatre tickets at live at the echoes dot com. Or you could win some from us right now by checking in with the radio from hell show, eight seven seven six zero two nine six nine hundred. And there is one line open. Call when tell us in three words or less, if you saw the Oscars, what was your takeaway? Or if you didn't walk them in three words less. Why don't you watch the Oscars? I didn't see a moment of them not one. And why I find them useless and boring. That's three words useless. And boy, all right. Let's begin with Zak is that. Hey, thanks for checking in Zack. Oscars. Didn't know on you didn't know. How did you avoid? Yeah. Are you on media blackout? I just watch the hill and. Beavis and Butthead on Amazon, and Hulu that's pretty much. All I watch on TV. So you watch things that happened twenty five years ago. Well, that's okay. Still living in the ninety s. Okay. Doc. Well, thank you. Bye bye. He's honest. I read an article recently about how the office because it's on. Netflix has got this. Now resurgent this young resurgent fan base was os, Elizabeth moss. I read a little blurb about her in a food magazine. As a matter of fact, and she said, my favorite thing to do is eat this Italian pasta dish and watch the office. That's my favorite. Let's go to Jeff Jeff. Hey, how's it going? Jeff. Now, you're the only other person who has tracked in so far at eight seven seven six zero two nine six nine six. So I believe you're by default going to get the Sebastian Maniscalco tickets if you'd like them. But three words or less. What what what's your takeaway about the Oscars? Didn't watch him. Okay. Okay. You get the tickets. We're gonna put you on hold. Somebody else was calling hoping to get the tickets too late. But they're too late. So you get them. Jeff hang on. All right. We'll we'll get to. All right. Let's see Gogga's fake tear leeward fake. I heard that. The Bradley Cooper lady Gaga performance was really was. I I've smarter. We can play it for you coming up the people were kind of comfortable by it. If you guys can answer the phone that'd be good. They were kind of uncomfortable. They say they seem so much in love that kind of uncomfortable. Have chemistry. I'm telling you something. Betcha. They're good at what they do something happened there. You think on that set? You betcha you think both so good looking. Seabrook offering gauge moment did Bradley Cooper's very close to his mother. What does that mean? All right. A lot of people just saying. Oh, yeah. Billy, Billy porter. Yeah. Fierce Billy quarter. We were that velvet beautiful. Yeah. The tuxedo. Dress on the way down there. Look great. F the green book. Oh brooks. And Missy they weren't happy about green book. Lots of people were happy. Elena blue. Good. How do you say your name exactly laid lane lane? Okay. Okay. Three words about the Oscars. Bedtime didn't watch it bedtime. Good. That was probably built to Bill was. That's good. See you later. Bye. Let's see I stayed up until spider verse. And that's I shut it off went to bed. I watched the whole thing we're going to talk about it at seven. We'll do we'll do a deep. Oscar dive deep Oscar de watched from beginning to of course, it's my Super Bowl. It is. Isn't it your Super Bowl? Gina does. Let's see we've got rain snow mix snow in parleys canyon and in south Ogden and might be causing a little slow edge. But so far, no accidents. I see green cameras on the dot website. If you see something else, I wanna share it. I would appreciate it. You can text it to us three three nine eight six two has one job preparing for the day. Protecting empowering watch TV news this morning from four thirty to eight thirty eight am. All right. Thank you very much. We will take a break. We will be back. Big boy news opinion, Wendo all on the way sports with Amy Donaldson as well when Kerry Bill and Gina. Senator thanks to bitch about we give you a one hour nonstop music winding. Ten AM on x ninety six. Hi,.

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"eccles theatre" Discussed on Science Friday

Science Friday

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"eccles theatre" Discussed on Science Friday

"Plan tomorrow night at Saturday night at the Eccles theater downtown. We're going to talk about exotic organisms living in forest canopies like my favorite. The orchids will take you along on a Dino dig in southern Utah and his allot lots more. It's going to be a great geeky evening. We're gonna have conversation science and live music. It don't want to miss it. There are just a few tickets left more info at science, Ronnie dot com. Slash Salt Lake City. That setter day night. It's gonna be great at the echoes theater be there or be square VJ Liederman composer theme music and our thanks today to KU ER for must today. Michael h-have Lewis Downey and Tim slower and heartfelt. Farewell tour depart again term Lucy Wong today is her last day our thanks to her. She will be missed. Good luck Lucy, I'm I replayed, oh, in Salt Lake City. Science Friday. Supported by legalzoom time is money business owners know this all too well. So. Ways, valuable time on issues legalzoom can help with their nationwide. Network of independent attorneys can provide the legal advice needed to get you through the daily grind of running a business without billing by the hour since legalzoom isn't a law firm invest time and money and growing your business and that legalzoom help with the legal stuff. Special savings, visit legalzoom, dot com. Slash Friday, legalzoom, where life meets legal, legalzoom dot com. Slash Friday..

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"eccles theatre" Discussed on Science Friday

Science Friday

03:40 min | 3 years ago

"eccles theatre" Discussed on Science Friday

"Right? So if you think about the sort of continual sort of things falling to into a black hole with the size, the size of the target is so tiny that you never hit bullseye that you can imagine things being kind of captured around it. And that's the structure that recall referred to as the accretion disk. And in a couple of minutes we have left. I wanted a apologize Clifford. I, I wanted to make sure we were talking about how we talk about these things because just as science advanced in the last thirty years, we've seen so many books about physics and and the the way the universe works and the way particle physics work. We've had scientific advances, but we've also had maybe advances in science, communication, Clifford. I know you've put out a book on on this very topic. Yes. Well, I, I think one of the great things that happened, and I think people like hawking and call Sagan, and others have really helped encourages is is feeding that thirst that people have to learn what's going on in fundamental research. And and so there are many, many different kinds of scientists writing about many different kinds of topics. And so even if you didn't like a brief history of time, there are other books on the same subject matter, and there's other books about exciting areas of other physics as well. And so I, I think that's been a really wonderful thing. I think hawking helped with that by by showing that it was possible to get people to buy lots of copies of a book about abstract ideas, and so they're all wonderful books, many many of which you can find with an easy search, and we put some examples up. We suggested some and I think you have the Monia website science, Friday, dot com. Slash book club there. Some examples are we ever going to. Completely explain everything. Like is there gonna ever going to be one book that really just covers it all Clifford prea-. I would say no. And I think that's good because I think there are many different ways of thinking about the topic, not everyone thinks the same way. So it's good to have many different kinds of books written by different kinds of scientists that bring different aspects of it alive. So it's I wouldn't want there to be one with one book. And I think this is the nature of science, right? There's no final answer it do. We always open up more and more questions, so I don't think we'll ever reach the position of having being able to have the final word on everything. Right? So things will always be volving. Our understanding is constantly evolving, and I think that you know, whenever there are lots of exciting, new discoveries, I think people physicists feel very excited to share and write books. I think we'll we'll keep keep having lots of books written by lots of different people who think can imagine very differently and visualized very differently on. I think he'll technologies also going to be really important. I think augmented reality virtual reality or. Going to give us another very interesting canvas to start exploring these abstract ideas. Well, I want to thank you both for taking time to be with his take Christie Taylor. Thank you for shepherding book club. You're welcome. Has always pleasure, fun. Thank you. You're welcome. And you to keep writing books, clipper Johnson, professor of physics, university of southern California dialogues great graphic graphic history there it's wonderfully drawn here books to create an Attaran, Jen professor of physics and astronomy at Yale. Thank you for both taking time to be with us today. Well, last thing before we go site fries, headed to Salt Lake City, join us next month that Saturday, September fifteenth at the Eccles theatre where we'll talk about exploring new frontiers from the unusual life hiding in forest canopies to the other reaches of space..

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"eccles theatre" Discussed on Science Friday

Science Friday

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"eccles theatre" Discussed on Science Friday

"Can find an excerpt of it on our website at science, Friday dot com, slash tangled tree. Well, last thing before we go Sifi headed to Salt Lake City. Oh, we love to go to Salt Lake. Join us next month, Saturday, September fifteenth circle the calendar at September. Fifteenth at the Eccles theatre where we'll talk about exploring new frontiers from the unusual life hiding in the forest canopies to the other reaches of space. We've got a great evening of science plan for you, and we got live music. What more could you want? Science music? You know, you don't wanna miss it. It's going fast. So get yours at science, Friday dot com. Slash Salt Lake City. That is Saturday, Saturday nights, timber, fifteenth, science, Friday dot com. Slash Salt Lake City hope to see. They're all gonna have a great time. BJ Liederman composed our theme music are. To NPR for that snippet from all things considered one way when I was just a little baby back in nineteen seventy seven, have a great weekend. We'll see next week I replied, oh, in New York. Hi, I rehear saying thank you for subscribing and listening to our podcast. Today. I have a request, please join me in supporting independent journalism and public media by making a donation to science Friday, we work hard to be your trusted source for honestly reported science health and technology news, topics that impact your family, your planet and your business topics that have never been more important. So please consider making a donation at science, Friday dot com. Slash give and be sure to share this podcast and science Fridays work with your friends and family that science Friday dot com slash give. And thanks again..

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