14 Burst results for "Ernie Barnes"

"ernie barnes" Discussed on WTH Podcast

WTH Podcast

08:06 min | 3 weeks ago

"ernie barnes" Discussed on WTH Podcast

"Metaphorically speaking. He's stroking that'd be clarence carter clarence good. God clarence qatar boy. So we'll see Oh award got heart. I like it when we get a hard early on. It makes me feel all warm and fuzzy and it's not just the air conditioning that's not really cooling room like we're getting new air conditioning. Here darling new media it's coming lynch. Landlord has promised at the landlord's part of the building actually hotter than it is here. So you definitely get priority coming up on the show today. We have a super sized. Fuck that guy. A lot of guys tenth anniversary. Fuck that guy. the The my pillow. Mike lindell has some thoughts about why his better business bureau rating has dropped so precipitously recipient asli. Oh boy hey jason. Could you grab that remote behind you on that shelf because the screensaver just came on on the samsung go perfect. I don't want that bouncing around the tenth anniversary. I want this to be as well as professional as that's going to be so. Yeah very excited in here earlier. Today we had the nor cow real estate show which which is on. Fire the higgin. But i mean like the markets on five the. Yeah absolutely and the higgins team has their own podcast to talk about things you should think about when you're buying or selling a home that sort of thing so super excited to have them on board they're one of our newer clients and just recorded their fourth today and everybody wants to come in and it's like i wanted to be great. I wanted to be great. Tell you after ten years of doing this. Your first episode is not going to be great. I don't care who you are. Your first episode is going to have things that when you go back and listen to it. You're like oh. I wish i had done that differently. I wish i'd done that differently. I mean you're tenth one to you. Just get to a point where you kind of go. Yeah okay that. I'll listen back now. Be like oh. I shouldn't have done that. But salabi episode eight hundred forty eight hundred and forty so before we go further. I wanted to talk to kareem out this before. We're thinking about renaming the show. Okay jason and i talked about that It's a surprise though. Talked about it after the show. If kareem is okay with it then next week we may have a new name for the show. But if you're already a subscriber you will not have to change anything it will still come to. You just may be called something different. With different artwork it's cetera et cetera. But you will not have to resubscribe or do any of that sort of shit. If you watch it on youtube you may have to go to a different place but that will all be explained. It'll all be explained if i have time if we if we. It's the last show of june two nasa lies. July's here almost on top of us right on top of us so we were not here last week for a couple of reasons. Kareem was not here. He was on the east coast. And we'll talk about that. In just a second and then i had some big doings on tuesday and it was just a lot. A lot of things happening. My mother-in-law was coming to town. She's about this week right now. 'cause i gotta shoot tomorrow too. So she's the best awesome. I had the best mother-in-law mother-in-law's shit mother ma death match bro. Oh my mother. My mother-in-law will shoot your mother-in-law in the face purview in my mother-in-law escalated quickly and then my mother-in-law will make cookies having face to face. I'm just really excited if you look on the desk in front of green and jason. That's kareem's mouse. That's been here for a month now. I really hope he takes it with. I didn't see it. Lhasa apso roaming mouse building. I i made way more evident this this time than last time kareem was here because i had it off to the side and i got busy so i didn't put it in the studio had it off to the side. And he didn't clearly he doesn't miss. It looked for the last time. But i didn't see it. I forget what usually uses his left hand anyways when he's on like i learned how. Well no i. I always mouse with right hand. I learned how to do something else with the left we've covered. Oh that's early on listened to like one of the first few episodes all their way back all there all right so Kareem let's start with you. You had a lot that went on with your trip. Back east Let's talk about it. Whatever you're comfortable with okay. So i went Went to alabama and to north carolina and went to alabama for my friend. Milton's wedding Is a beautiful small wedding. It was only five of us including the minister in the wedding. And it was probably about ten people in the audience and then we did twos Zoom so 'cause most of his folks are back here and a lot of her friends are back here because they both met out here so we did a to zoom parties at two galleries in sacramento and Like other people so So that was cool. It was interesting. 'cause i ended up having having to help with zoom because the bride's sister was familiar with is stuff. Okay so But there was a lot of crying. Wait till the honeymoon because so she gave him a picture of what ebony cover from. Nineteen sixty nine k which was of black jesus which was a painting by the artist. Who did all the art for good times. Ernie barnes And he had been looking for that painting for. I mean it Cover for forever and so So he cried because of that and then the other part was So me and him were on our way to the wedding was at their gallery so we were on our way to the gallery a and he said i gotta make a stop and i was like okay so i'm following him and we ended up at the cemetery in so he gets out of the car and he goes to her father's grave in s her father for her hand in marriage in so He does that he comes back and we go and we do our thing in so he tells this story during the reception and the people that didn't cry with she gave him her gift cried when he told that story Beautiful story beautiful wedding and the significance of ebony piece was He created a an exhibit for her in honor of his wife. That was based off. Ebony magazine covers the movies. So that was that So it was great time. Congratulations milton me. Congratulations can yes. And then i had to go to north carolina to visit my folks because my niece died right Two weeks ago or three weeks ago now and her funeral was saturday. I missed it. But i went to check in with her kids and a family because i'm close to her kids so that was A little you know that was as much as it could be with A lot of intense emotions in a trip in a trip. Yeah and then. I had to be at the airport. I had to get up at three o'clock in the morning and be airport to get there early on monday so by the time i actually got to where i was going i was kinda way down right so the all the visiting i had planned on doing that. Even in canada Got.

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"ernie barnes" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

04:01 min | 2 months ago

"ernie barnes" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Well, if you've been listening to show, you know that we're coming to you from or certainly focusing on the state of West Virginia, and we opened the hour with John Denver's Very, very big hit called Take Me Home Country roads. I'm delighted to be joined by Michael Lipton. He's the director of the West Virginia Music Hall of Fame, and we're gonna talk about some special exhibits They have up but first we were talking Michael before the show. And you told me that that famous song Take me home Country roads. Not exactly about West Virginia. What's What's the history on that? Well, The mainstream writer of the song Build an off and his wife Happy We're driving. I think to Maryland Anyhow, they were they were on the border. And they wanted to write a folk song and long story short. Virginia didn't fit Massachusetts almost fit. But it was West Virginia that one And it's now one of our state songs and, interestingly enough, none of the geographic references are in West Virginia. And how do I know that our band backed up build an off in Paul Paul, West Virginia. Well, that's a whole nother story. Think Michael let me focus on the way the West Virginia Music Hall of Fame. It is based in the capital, Charleston, West Virginia. You are the director and I understand you grew up in Miami, but you've been living in West Virginia about 40 years. What will I find when I When I come to the Music Hall of Fame and I want Oh, I wanted to look particularly some of your current exhibits for folks who might be coming there this summer. Well, we are, You know, there's not all states have Hall of fame and they're coming. You know, different varieties were the West Virginia variety. We're kind of Ah, small nonprofit, but As balls have struggled. We have a particularly progressive one in downtown Charleston or innovative one. I think trying to fill the gaps and so we now have two Storefronts in the mall, and they're really wonderful there. One is right across the aisle from the other one is the West Virginia Museum of Music. The other is the proper Hall of Fame, which features all of our inductive and you'll see Displays about music from the coal fields. We have, uh, we have displays for each of our eight. Uh, classes of induct ease, starting from 2000 and seven. We have lots of memorabilia. We have an incredible painting that Bill Withers commissioned from African American painter. Ernie Barnes about his song Grandma's hands. We have Hazel Dick and stand up bass, and she was just a total ground breaker and the term and been bluegrass and You know women in bluegrass, um all kinds of instruments and old Victrola says. It's a fascinating the spinal Emily Michael. We only got a minute left. But I think of bluegrass when I think of West Virginia, having lived in Washington, D C for a long time and having gone to bluegrass festivals and West Virginia. Can you give me 30 seconds on that? Yeah, well, that's where a lot of people think of country bluegrass, traditional gospel. One of the things I wanted to do with stretch those borders, and there's a large history of opera of rock of soul of You know, every kind of music just like every other state. One Quick one is Jack Rollins from West Virginia wrote Frosty the Snowman and Peter Kahn tell him and he's a West Virginia man. Yeah. Mm hmm. That is another quick, quick 12 of the founding members of Parliament Funkadelic were from West Virginia. All right, All right. Now, you just gotta get John Denver to start. You know someone to save. Oh, turns out John Denver was born in West Virginia. Well, you don't have to be born here, but It doesn't hurt. And very briefly is when is the museum open? Is it seven days a week like him all? No, it's all were Friday,.

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"ernie barnes" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

04:00 min | 2 months ago

"ernie barnes" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Well, if you've been listening to show, you know that we're coming to you from or certainly focusing on the state of West Virginia, and we opened the hour with John Denver's Very, very big hit called Take Me Home Country roads. I'm delighted to be joined by Michael Lipton. He's the director of the West Virginia Music Hall of Fame, and we're gonna talk about some special exhibits They have up but first we were talking Michael before the show. And you told me that that famous song Take me home Country roads. Not exactly about West Virginia. What's What's the history on that? Well, uh, The mainstream writer of the song Build an off and his wife, Kathy were driving. I think to Maryland anyhow, they were they were on the border. And they wanted to write a folk song. And long story short. Virginia didn't fit Massachusetts almost fit. But it was West Virginia that one and it's now one of our state songs and, interestingly enough None of the geographic references are in West Virginia. And how do I know that our band backed up build an off in Paul Paul, West Virginia. Well, that's a whole nother story. Think Michael let me focus on the way the West Virginia Music Hall of Fame. It is based in the capital, Charleston, West Virginia. You are the director and I understand you grew up in Miami, but you've been living in West Virginia about 40 years. What will I find when I When I come to the Music Hall of Fame, and I Wanna e wanted look, particularly some of your current exhibits for folks who might be coming there this summer. Well, we are, You know, there's not all states have Hall of fame and they're coming. You know, different varieties were the West Virginia variety. We're kind of Ah small nonprofit. But, um, as balls have struggled. We have a particularly progressive one in downtown Charleston or innovative one. I think trying to fill the gaps. And so we now have two Storefronts in the mall, and they're really wonderful there. One is right across the aisle from the other one is the West Virginia Museum of Music. The other is the proper Hall of Fame, which features all of our inductive and you'll see Displays about music from the coal fields. We have Uh, we have displays for each of our eight. Uh, classes of induct ease. Starting from 2000 and seven We have lots of memorabilia. We have Ah, an incredible painting that Bill Withers commissioned from African American painter Ernie Barnes about his song Grandma's hands. You have Hazel Dick and stand up bass, and she was just a total ground breaker and the term and in bluegrass and you know women in bluegrass, um All kinds of instruments and old patrollers. It's a fascinating display, literally, Michael. We only got a minute left. But I think of bluegrass when I think of West Virginia, having lived in Washington, D C for a long time and having gone to bluegrass festivals and West Virginia. Can you give me 30 seconds on that? Yeah, well, that's where a lot of people think of country bluegrass, traditional gospel. One of the things I wanted to do with stretch those borders, and there's a large history of opera of rock of soul of You know, every kind of music just like every other state. One Quick one is Jack Rollins from West Virginia wrote Frosty the Snowman and Peter Kahn tail. Oh, and he's a West Virginia man. Yeah. Mm hmm. That is a quick 12 of the founding members of Parliament Funkadelic were from West Virginia. All right, All right. Now, I just gotta get John Denver to start. You know, someone to save. Turns out John Denver was born in West Virginia. Well, you don't have to be born here, but It doesn't hurt. And very briefly is when is the museum opens it seven days a week like him all? No, it's.

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"ernie barnes" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

02:08 min | 2 months ago

"ernie barnes" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"One is right across the aisle from the other one is the West Virginia Museum of Music. The other is the proper Hall of Fame. Which features all of our inductees, and you'll see displays about music from the coal fields. We have, uh, we have displays for each of our eight. Uh, classes of induct. He's starting from 2000 and seven. We have lots of memorabilia. We have Ah, an incredible painting that Bill Withers commissioned from African American painter. Ernie Barnes about his song Grandma's hands. We have Hazel Dick and stand up bass, and she was just a total ground breaker and the term and been bluegrass and You know women in bluegrass, um all kinds of instruments and old Victrola says. It's a fascinating display. Literally. Michael. We only got a minute left. But I think of bluegrass when I think of West Virginia, having lived in Washington, D C for a long time and having gone to bluegrass festivals and West Virginia, can you give me 30? Seconds on that? Yeah, well, that's where a lot of people think of country bluegrass traditional gospel. One of the things I wanted to do was stretch those borders. And there's a large history of opera of rock of soul of You know, every kind of music just like every other state. One Quick one is Jack Rollins from West Virginia wrote Frosty the Snowman and Peter Cottontail. Oh, and he's a West Virginia man. Yep. Mm hmm. That is another quick, quick 12 of the founding members of Parliament Funkadelic work from West Virginia. All right, all right. Now, I just gotta get John Denver to start. You know, someone to say if it turns out John Denver was born in West Virginia. Well, you don't have to be born here, but It doesn't hurt. And very briefly is when is the museum opens it seven days a week like him all? No, it's all were Friday, Saturday and Sunday and we're going to hopefully expand those hours..

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"ernie barnes" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

07:10 min | 6 months ago

"ernie barnes" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"You needed to, you know, really put unique talents in the right places. The wind unique act. S O in in In all of the years. I had to go over over and over because I was the guy on the line defense that would meet Marcus Allen in mid air. I knew that That was one sure fire way to jump over your offensive and defensive line to get in the end, so we don't need tricks into Reggie 1981. The Bangles unveiled new uniforms and I saw on YouTube. The interview won't Mayor interviewing you and Glenn Bush knock about the new uniforms. I loved what you said about what a bangle uniforms should represent. Could you kind of reiterate that the Bengals were gonna get new jerseys? Uniforms This unveiled this spring. Where I sort of, uh, created the imagery. All of a pouncing tiger. You know that imagery from a home or something? That I really like. And it was an honor to be the very first bangle to put on the stripes helmet. Ah, Glynn Booze knocker was with me who was my rookie year? Roommate and training camp. That's why we were so affable with each other. He knew he couldn't get that helmet on because that was 1/7 size seven and he said, I mean, I find six And he's a plus size seven helmets, but none the left. I am interested in seeing what this blue uniforms will look for. Um, you know, I wouldn't so in love. With the last uniforms. Sirisanont last uniforms, Siri Produced no playoff wins, so we'll see what it looks like. Reggie was awarded the Byron Whizzer White Award for Humanitarian service Back in 1985. And what became the NFL. Walter Payton, Man of the Year award in 1986. And just your contributions Got you were a City council member Reggie to so many It just so detailed and doing so many good things off the football field. What a credit to the league. Well, I appreciate the recognition of the very first thing that I did on the very first day that I made the team was the look in the phone book and find the Cincinnati speech and hearing center and I went and volunteer. And they were so receptive to that because I had spent my childhood and Flint, Michigan going to classes at Michigan School for the death and at that time was called Michigan School for the deaf and dumb and that's why I created such a stigma. So one of things I did dedicate my career, too was trying to give back and I was so important that Cincinnati was the kind of pretty where it was possible to really give back. Obviously my biggest regret was not bringing home a Super Bowl ring to the deserving fans, and I can only wish continued best wishes to the brown family. That their decisions that affect all of Cincinnati Bengal fans will be a wise and will yield the benefits of Ah, bickering for all of our great fans for centuries to come. Outstanding and Reggie of the book, resilient by nature, reflections from a life of winning on and off the football field. Authored by you along with Jared Bell, so Tells him till the fans about this and in the forward is by Russell Wilson, which is a huge plus and I hopefully, eyes selling well for you. Just doing well, Thank you very much for nothing to talk about the book. Yes. Russell Wilson. Father, Harrison P. Wilson was my college classmate and good friends. Just a great guy. All the character that you see Reflected in Russell Wilson. You know his weekly visitation to the hospital, etcetera. Is this the kind of person that his father Awas? My book tells quite a bit of stories. I I talked about a lot of heroes and have like that. The great artist Ernie Barnes and my great teammate. Kid rally off the fellow. A few funny stories like a time with mean Joe Greene really proved to me that he was mean. And a number of different stories about our two Super Bowls. But the most thing is about being results that we all they're gonna overcome deal with adversity in alive. On. How are we going to face it and hunt? My career is ended. I've had 28 operations has had an aortic dissection had a strong I've had four knee replacement. And yet you maintain a positive self image and a positive effort to continue to But it helped the people around you to make this a better world, especially during the pandemic time and really push everyone to really be safe and take care of each other. Reggie Williams with us for just a couple more minutes, and the book is there. This memoir follows the story of Reggie and gosh, an executive a Renaissance man, the epitome of determination in the face of extreme challenges. Nothing, man. That is so true, Reggie and I love the story of you at training camp. At Wilmington College, Man You didn't want a bad You wanted the floor and you didn't want air conditioning You wanted You wanted the heat, just like it was going to be on the field during practice. Yeah, I was a psychology major from Dartmouth, and I knew that you had to get into a certain mindset to accept the pain and the rigors. The death of plan playing NFL football expected back of the day when we played it when the rules are rough and execution was even rougher. So no, I didn't have any air conditioning. I don't have a fan. I sleep on the floor instead of that mattress. I am I got out of training camp. I was a hardened linebacker ready to do whatever it takes to help my teammates when the game Reggie Williams. Where will you be tomorrow? Watching the Super Bowl. And who do you like? I will be in my own living room watching this game alone. I wish I was with my family friends and I would encourage a one toe..

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"ernie barnes" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

09:43 min | 6 months ago

"ernie barnes" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Do, but that was one sure fire way to jump over your offensive and defensive line to get in the end, so we don't need frequent. Reggie in 1981. The Bangles unveiled new uniforms and I saw on YouTube. The interview Walt Mayor interviewing You and Glenn Bush knock about the new uniforms. I loved what you said about what a bangle uniforms should represent. Could you kind of reiterate that the Bengals were gonna get new jerseys? Uniforms This unveiled this spring. Where I sort of, uh, created the imagery. All of a pouncing tiger. You know that imagery from home or something? That I really like. And it was an honor to be the very first bangle to put on the stripe element. Ah, good booze. Knocker was with me who was my rookie year? Roommate and training camp. That's why we were so affable with each other. He knew he couldn't get that helmet on because that was seven size seven and he's I mean, I find six He's ah, plus five seven helmets, but none the left. I am interested in seeing what this blue uniforms will look for. Um, you know, I wasn't so in love. With the last uniforms, Sirisanont glass uniforms, Siri Produced no playoff wins, so we'll see what it looks like. Reggie was awarded the Byron Whizzer White Award for Humanitarian service Back in 1985. And what became the NFL. Walter Payton, Man of the Year award in 1986. And just your contribution. Scott, you were a City council member Reggie to so many It just so detailed and doing so many good things off the football field. What a credit to the league will appreciate the recognition of the very first thing that I did on the very first day that I made. The team was the look in the phone book and find the Cincinnati speech and hearing center and I went and volunteer. And they were so receptive to that because I had spent my childhood and Flint, Michigan going to classes at Michigan School for the death and at that time was called Michigan School for the deaf and dumb and that's why I created such a stigma. So one of the things I did dedicate my career, too was trying to give back and I was Important of it so glad he was the kind of city where was possible to really give back. Obviously, my fingers regret was not bringing home A Super Bowl ring to be deserving fans and I can only wish continued best wishes to the brown family that their decisions that affect all Cincinnati Bengal fans. Will be wise and will yield the benefits of Ah beaker ring for all of our great fan for centuries to come outstanding and Reggie of the book, resilient by Nature, reflections from a life of winning on and off the football field. Authored by you along with Jared Bell, so Tells him till the fans about this and in the forward is by Russell Wilson, which is a huge plus and I hopefully, eyes selling well for you. Just doing well, Thank you very much for enough time to talk about the book. Yes, Russell Wilson. Father, Harrison P. Wilson was my college classmate and good friends is a great guy. All the character that you see Reflected in Russell Wilson. You know his weekly visitation to the hospital, etcetera. Is this the kind of person that his father Awas? My book tells quite a bit of stories. I I talked about a lot of heroes that have like that. The great artist Ernie Barnes and my great teammates. Uh, kid Rally off the fellow. A few funny stories like a time with mean Joe Greene really proved to me that he was mean. And a number of different stories about our two Super Bowls. But the most thing is about being results that we all they're gonna overcome deal with adversity in alive. On. How are we going to face it and sent my career is ended. I've had 28 operations have had an aortic dissection. I've had a strong I've had four knee replacement. And yet you have to maintain a positive self image and a positive effort to continue to But it helped the people around you to make this a better world, especially during the pandemic time and really push everyone to really be safe and take care of each other. Reggie Williams with us for just a couple more minutes, and the book is there. This memoir follows the story of Reggie and gosh, an executive a Renaissance man, the epitome of determination in the face of extreme challenges. Nothing it man. That is so true, Reggie and I love the story of you at training camp. At Wilmington College, Man You didn't want a bad You wanted the floor and you didn't want air conditioning You wanted You wanted the heat, just like it was going to be on the field during practice. Yeah, I was a psychology major from Dartmouth, and I knew that you had to get into a certain mindset to accept the pain and the rigors. In the just plan playing NFL football expected back of the day when we played it when the wrong or rough and execution was even rougher. And so no, I didn't have any air conditioning. I don't have a fan. I sleep on the floor instead of a mattress time I got out of training camp. I was a hard and linebacker ready to do whatever it takes to help my teammates win a game. Reggie Williams. Where will you be tomorrow? Watching the Super Bowl. And who do you like? I will be in my own living room watching this game alone. I wish I was with my family friends and I would encourage a one toe. Please not make this a super spreader event. But I'm hearing Sarah phone now so There was, uh pound Kable Pope in support of Tom Brady in the Catholic Faith Buccaneers doing some magic. It is gonna be interested. You know, we talked about the heartbreak of the night before game. Stanley Wilson, which was one of the most dramatic things that happened totally unexpected. Even with the riots that week, you know, we felt the worst was over and they get to the You know the friendly combines up your hotel in really sort of reflect on how much of accomplished that everyone together, have the cops and lose one player. Wow, that really affected so the fact that you do have you know an issue with Coach Reed's son who's the linebacker coach? Being involved in a bad accident. That's kind of negative, Carl. It always sort of comes out that way. Unfortunately, Throughout the years, and I don't want to reflect the pun. You know Ray Lewis or the the Green Bay Packers, or, you know, at one time that sooner. Missed the game. I mean, there's always something before that night of a big game that carries over to the day of game and that's an unfortunate reality of time. What's on your menu for the game. Well, I will be cooking for myself will be too extravagant, You know, But I did go to the grocery store today and you know, I'll be ready to cook a good hamburger. But I do think that Kansas City will be the team to beat. And I do hope that Patrick a home did you to, uh, play well, but I'm always just looking for a good game. I just hope it's competitive down to the fourth quarter, and if it goes the old over time, it's a bonus. Reggie Williams can't thank you enough for your time. Always great catching up with you, Brother kick I appreciate you really wanna say after New Year 20. 21 to everyone in the theater and lifting ranges. W O W and I wish it was a great year. Ingrate continued success for America to get into this new presidency. With everyone coming together. Thank you so much, Reggie. I'm right there with you, man. Thank you, sir. Take care. Bye. Thank you. Bet the great Reggie Williams. Cincinnati Bangles. This is Chick Lodwick, 700 wlw. Anywhere you go. We go to.

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"ernie barnes" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

WZFG The Flag 1100AM

01:34 min | 1 year ago

"ernie barnes" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

"Center I'm Tony Bolger on aim the London hundreds of like right now thirty four yesterday I had a conversation with a dear friend Ernie Barnes from the national pork board and we were talking about the current situation what the future looks like how long until people go absolutely stir crazy and he shared the fact that his daughter is a nurse and that combined with the fact that term my whole family has been surrounded by nurses including my mother my aunts my aunt's multiple aunts I should say on every side of the family two sister in laws the number a daughter that that that's what she thinks she wants to pursue nursing is very close to our family and now today I thought on this Richard Fridays we often talk about the veterans to protect our freedom how about we give a shout out to those healthcare workers too ultimately today are putting themselves I shouldn't just say today that was a mis speak every single day a health care provider goes to work they put themselves in some level of risk let's give a shout out to all health care workers today first on our mind about certified Piedmontese opportunities the opportunity to be a part of a branded beef program is up close and personal and it's all about your decision go to the website long creek cattle co dot com to get more details about the certified.

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"ernie barnes" Discussed on Here & Now

Here & Now

15:45 min | 1 year ago

"ernie barnes" Discussed on Here & Now

"Public radio's full disclosure hi Robin Hi Jeremy so even with the drops in recent days. The market's still appears to be near record highs use say however that by one measure. It's not explain explain. It's kind of weird. If you think about all the stomach lining we've shed since take January two thousand eighteen and I'm quoting Bloomberg here in the period since the S. and P. Five hundred it is hit eighteen fresh records. It's had a correction a near twenty percent loss to more declines of six percent this year and after yesterday you saw the first back-to-back declines of one percent a year you put it all into the blender and afterwards. We're told that the index has done nothing since January two thousand eighteen well. Let's talk about some of the reasons for this. Week's drops the Dow dropped five hundred points yesterday more than eight hundred points just in this very young months so far some say this is just October hct. It's always more volatile than other months but what else is behind the drop well. Let's let's talk about October. First second you think about the three defining market meltdowns of the past century in nineteen twenty nine. I mean I was there. I remember vividly nine hundred eighty seven two thousand eight. We all remember that and you add to that this time around confluence at anxieties for this October Hobart trade talks. If you remember those they're set to continue in a few weeks with China. The U K is GonNa face end of month brexit deadline what if it has to crash shout like Boris Johnson suggests and the Federal Reserve is going to meet again at the end of the month and everybody is talking about impeachment by the way so that is a tremendous amount of headline risk in an in a historic month for for declines well. Let's talk about the manufacturing piece a of this this new manufacturing report from the Institute for Supply Management shows some of the weakest manufacturing in the US in ten years and pins it on the trade war which if we remember correctly president trump was talking about the fact the tariffs were going to help domestic manufacturing yeah but that takes time for that three point turn to happen for China. There's going to be interim pie pain with the trade war and for the the the drops to truly come back here and in the interim it certainly doesn't help that the US dollar are greenback is so strong relative to other currencies and you combine that with the trade headwinds and all these stockpiled inventories that we're talking about and you're just seeing new orders for our wears slumping both exports and domestic demand for factory orders and yet consumer spending which makes up seventy percent of the domestic. GDP still going strong but the worry is GonNa Snow Ball. If when you see this manufacturing pullback result Taymor idled factories more layoffs were starting to see that anecdotally in Michigan are we. GonNa see publicly traded manufacturers step up to announce earnings shortfalls. They're gonNA mothball mothballed projects and actually issue pink slips. Don't take for granted that the unemployment rate is still near a fifth year low and you say we're starting to see that anecdotally in Michigan do you mean because of the the UAW strike that's been going on there. That's right I mean you're already seeing increased furloughed workers across the supply chain but that has to be looked at in the context Jeremy Give Stockpiling inventories for carmakers. They've been complaining about sedans. How much of that sagging demand is economic. I think that's the question on everybody's mind right now because GM certainly has enormous inventories it doesn't have to have these factories running at full tilt even if the UAW wasn't on its case probably had hosted public radio's full disclosure. Thank you thank thank you Jeremy an update on Senator Bernie Sanders. WHO's in the hospital recovering after he had two stents put in following chest pain? His campaign says he'll he'll take about a week off from the campaign trail and he says he's feeling good. He managed to put a plug in for one of his policies. Medicare for all he tweeted. None of us know when a medical medical emergency might affect US and no one should fear going bankrupt if it occurs Medicare for all exclamation point but this hospitalization is raising questions Christians about his health and a familiar topic his age Senator Sanders is seventy eight years old and that came up in an interview last month with Dr Oz. If if elected you would be h seventy nine when inaugurated which will make the oldest president to have ever gone through that process you see a benefit of of the wisdom that comes with seventy nine years of experience look. I think if people look at I lives work which has involved standing up to almost every powerful full special interest in this country. I think people will be impressed by that record. The other two Democratic Front runners are also in their seventies Senator Elizabeth with Warren and former Vice President Joe Biden even though voters would prefer a younger candidate a poll from Pew Research Center in May found that only three percent percent of the Democrats pulled see seventies as an ideal age for a President Democrats overwhelmingly want a candidate in their forties fifties or sixties. Xt's and recent Democrats we've had in that range. President Obama was forty seven when elected Bill Clinton was forty six. JFK was forty three he was the youngest president didn't to be elected. The oldest was a Republican Ronald Reagan who was seventy three when he won a second term. Seventy three is also the age of our current President Donald Trump so chances are next president may just be a Septuagenarian uh-huh. We all have our favorites art pieces that instantly tug at our hearts. It's Yvo can emotion. Take us to a specific place in time for the last few months art lovers from around the world have descended onto. LA's California African American Art Museum Zia to capture that feeling through the iconic painting sugar shack you might know sugar shack is the cover art of Marvin engaged nineteen seventy six album I want you I remember it as a kid watching good times in syndication. I always look forward to it at the end of the credits. You know what I always thought. Growing up watching good times was that JJ actually did this painting. Do you think that when you yeah did I thought that he was the painter who painted this beautiful painting on the the wall. Sam Crews who was visiting from Alabama and I weren't alone in thinking this the actual painter is the late Ernie Barnes a professional football star in the late fifties as an early sixties Barnes is best known for his art creating vibrant depictions of exaggerated and elongated bodies in motion on canvas lose. Rodriguez worked for Barnes and helped in the curation of the artwork here at the Cam. He said that if he hadn't played football a lot of his work wouldn't appear it like it did because because he understood the athleticism there's athleticism even in the paintings art of athletes in the limbs and the muscles yeah well. He's had his thing about strong women strong black woman expression especially like take for instance my Miss America this was done in the seventies and this was way before they had blackness America and so earning. Did this painting saying his Miss America is a strong black woman standing undaunted moving moving forward because he knew growing up in the South during the thirties and forties black women didn't have a lot of power the exhibit takes visitors on a a journey through Barnes's life his childhood in Durham North Carolina his football career the evolution of his paintings and the decades barnes spent living in L. A.'s Fairfax Tax district until he died in two thousand nine. The undeniable star of Barnes's exhibit is the sugar shack will become reminding the scene on the color purple the inspiration for that. I'm sure over the summer lines were out the door people waiting to stand in front of this three by four foot canvas to take a selfie or simply take it all in Barnes has said the idea for this painting was inspired by a dance he snuck into in Durham Armory in North Carolina China. He was thirteen years old there. He saw them men and women hypnotized by the drums limbs loosened by the percussion and the sounds of the horns. It's an everyone's is like in the painting were closed. Jesse Adamson here from Toronto. Canada notices the twisting bodies. I she's captivated the movement. The figures are almost like ghostly like spectral sort of so yeah. I think it's it's definitely like the color serve produces energy but also like something kind of the past or suggesting. Maybe like a ghostly things. That's a little haunting. I guess there are the obvious things people see in the sugar shack painting the woman in Yellow The lady front and center so into the groove she has to hold up redress then there are the subtle little things like the security guard crouched in a chair behind the dancers in the background and way up at the top left of the painting a sign that says dance contest Alvarez Andrei Guzman of New Jersey notices it for the first time on awhile. I'm reminded of like on the Harlem Renaissance like I don't know if the through these little parties parties in their apartments were they provided free food and all that stuff but this now that's what I'm I'm getting a lot of that invited musicians and it was basically a way to collect like money for the community so that little sidelight there just triggered that whole. I never thought of Harlem when I saw this never did that. Sign the kind of did it for me. Up Walks Carey Hall all visiting from England the painting looks familiar reminds her of home the MD tone phones obstinately amazing absolutely gorgeous. I didn't even realize realized them learning now today that he drew this particular photo hell really big in London as well this particular financial. Where did you know it from I've seen in you will not exactly there's a part in east London that does fall on the street that Sovan spy it reminds you of this photo in particular so it's quite interesting to see it right there in your face. It's quite amazing to see it because really I chronic photo. I just see everyone. I don't know I just I just see love very good vibes. Just people enjoying themselves so being who they all the capturing of that spirit the essence of humanity. It's what drew through. La Attorney Jim Epstein to become a barnes collector. I met Ernie bornes back in the seventies. My Law partner at that time was a friend of Ernie introduced me and I bought two paintings from him and then I commissioned him to a painting of my great Dane which he did Epstein owns the iconic sugar shack painting which when he isn't loaning it out to museums like Cam is proudly on display in his REC room. I just love it. I love the allegation. I loved the UH atmosphere. I love the clothes. Is I find I see things. I'd never noticed before quite a bit. It's great. I've wandered out at least three or four times comes over the last five years at least and a great reaction to this best investment ever made Sam crews of Alabama says the painting inning takes him back to a time when life was simple and all it took was a Friday night get together and some friends to feel good real from Alabama Alma yeah we wanted to come to see some some black art because I like to have a painting of that take on put on my long aw four time during the height of the blackest beautiful movement in the seventies people actually did have sugar shack on their walls childhood friends Deborah more rainy and Arlene Goff say just about everyone they knew in Kansas City had a print. Oh no what year was this was nineteen. Seventy sex graduated high school of course we all had the Marvin album and this was uncovered his album so we all had a copy of this piece back in the day family room. I think it was about you to my mother's family room. Yes he had a copy in yes. I didn't know that so this was copied and people would have it framed on their wells. Yes yes they would. Yes just enjoy looking at it every day. Wondering a good times on the sugar shack a national treasure now gaining popularity through the eyes of new audiences. Yeah mm-hmm the House Speaker Speaker Nancy Pelosi is in Florida today meeting with Venezuelan leaders as the US continues to try to ease suffering in the country which is dealing with hyper inflation and in historic Soreq humanitarian crisis the government of Nicholas Maduro continues to hold onto power despite steady opposition from one Guido who is recognized as Venezuela's rightful leader by the US more than fifty other countries. The person by Madero side is also one of the most powerful people in the country that would be his wife Celia Florus who doesn't call herself the first lady but rather the first revolutionary combatant joining us now with more on her Pulitzer Prize winning journalist Hanna Drier and and Hannah before you WanNa Pulitzer. You're an AP reporter in Caracas. Tell us who Silia Flora's is and why she is so powerful so people in Venezuela tend to talk about Celia the like the Lady Macbeth of Caracas. The perception is that she sort of the power behind Nicholas Maduro and a lot of ways she came from the slums she became a lawyer and then she became very close to Hugo Chavez which is crucial if you're going to be in power in Venezuela these days and and from then on she's just had the sort of meteoric political career. She's married to Nicholas Maduro She's also very powerful. In her own enright. She was the attorney general of the country and she ran the congress for many years and how does she exercise that power well so. Celia is known for are being very loyal to the cause for demanding loyalty from everyone around her so people who she is friends with people who she favors can rise up really quickly. One of them became the head of the Supreme Court and people who cross her tend to end up out of power. She's also notorious for nepotism awesome at one point. She got in trouble when she was running congress because she had forty members of her family on the payroll and people were joking that there are so many relatives of hers that if you said Florez in the Congress everybody would turn around..

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"ernie barnes" Discussed on Doughboys

Doughboys

02:57 min | 2 years ago

"ernie barnes" Discussed on Doughboys

"Is a bit of a heat seeker. I'm a bit of a history secret. <hes> i love reading about places and stuff and when i stumbled on this i had heard about it. You see it on on you old guy fieri shows and stuff like that and i i really enjoy going to the place the ambiance the atmosphere fear of it mitch and stayed up late last night watching these documentaries on p._b._s. was called washington in the seventies and it was called washington in the eighties. I watched washington ninety after mentioned. All of his movies seventy little was boring. It was just a made for tv tv wilma rudolph story but i i really enjoyed the ambiance of the atmosphere that pictures on the wall all that type of stuff you walk in you got the guy sitting at the jukebox was which to me added extra to the fact that he just sat there the whole time playing really good music and and green looks like he stepped out of the painting in the wall he he literally look. I agree with you one hundred percent. Have you guys ever seen the t._v. Show good times painting. That's like the ernie barnes painting. That is the beginning of the show. He definitely looks like he was in like he looked like an old tail like i was like this is great. I gotta talk to this dude. I read about the place you read about what happening. During the sixty eight rise read about <hes> you you one line in that documentary from d._c. In the eighties last night was you went down to thirteenth you. In one thousand nine hundred five. He was buying crack so to be on that block and see like the not to change because that is controversial but just to know what that block has gone through as far as ka surprise. We're going to a cracker wack so yeah. I i really enjoyed it. I really enjoyed the food that i eight the chili cheese fries fucking on point my put some texas beat hot sauce on them for the whole ambience of it see they painted over bill cosby's face which we can talk about after they just painted over him with that painting that that person did in eh church jesus yet. Oh yeah i'm gonna take place five forks. Aw do you wanna go. You want me to go go all right. I'm oh okay so you're heat seeker. I'm history. I'm a history secret.

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"ernie barnes" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"ernie barnes" Discussed on KCRW

"Unlimited touch. With I hear music industry in the streets tomorrow night. Happy, california. African American museum as yours truly and Evan bird. Jag the tables. Four KCRW summer nights. We are third annual. Hamm jammy jam. I am. So looking forward to checking out the Ernie Barnes exhibition which will be open late, along with the entire museum. James. Libations trucks. You gotta come to dance. Music from Lima Pnn album called T, Teini Tani titanium, but, you know. T t tiny. Is out and available. Dame funk with members. Classic cameo to begin to set its flirt. Flirts. Anyway. Stay tuned music continues on Casey. w. sponsors universal presenting the new film yesterday that imagine a world where.

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"ernie barnes" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:47 min | 2 years ago

"ernie barnes" Discussed on KCRW

"Part of the family my handle is simply my name on instagram jeremy sole once again last name s. o. l. e. back right after this short little message with the archipelago the week's stay close for that one right some are broke wide open this week and k._c._r._w. summer nights is on free outdoor concerts at cultural landmarks all across l._a. in this week it's cam the california african american museum garth trinidad bringing you exclusive live set along with my man d._j. aaron bird enjoy after hours access to exhibits and then come kick it on the dance floor tomorrow night check the season lineup k._c._r._w. dot com slash summer nights yes indeed yes indeed please do that all the summer nights affairs all around the city and even in santa barbara down no see all of our super epic and fund and we love to play music for your live and in person instead of in this little room imagining that we're together so come out to all the case here every summer nights it's always superfund right so right now opening this last segment of the evening most of all of us music programmers on k._c._r._w. we follow a formula woah of speaking to you on the hour and then every twenty and forty minutes after the hour is will so just twenty minutes segments and then we go back tell you what we've been playing those far and retrospectively put it that way and and then keep moving and right now the last twenty minutes segment or at this point even less than that we uphold the tradition at least on this particular show started a tradition right from the beginning of opening last segment with an all acapella piece of different one every week although sometimes we repeat old ones if they're just that good and the capello for this week i was i couldn't find the one i originally wanted to play for you which is a paul simon's diamond on the soles of her shoes i have only acapella version of it but couldn't the find inside it i we heard found another with my own two hands super and before unreleased that version of super that tune rare and i only say all that to say that it unreleased will be a sharp demo and ver harsh of demo musical tape from transition marley and the whalers called from dada the demo capella tape we i heard am the song going to play jingling key into featuring the wailing souls as jeremy sole on k._c._r._w. stay close real close so much more to go so little time as pack it in all right support comes from the california african american museum in exposition park presenting k._c._r._w. summer nights on friday june twenty eighth enjoy a late night of art music and culture groove with k._c._r._w. d._j.'s garth trinidad and aaron bird and visit cams latest exhibitions including a retrospective exploring the work of artists and athlete ernie barnes gourmet food trucks beer garden and more from seven until eleven pm.

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"ernie barnes" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"ernie barnes" Discussed on KCRW

"Music from Moscow. Single called new stocks. To start things off. Lots of music to share as usual. And your shot at tickets to check out Anderson park with Earl sweatshirt and thunder. Cat at the forum. This goes down Saturday, June twenty nine. Stay tuned to its KCRW music. support comes from the california african american museum in exposition park presenting k._c._r._w. summer nights on friday june twenty eighth enjoy a late night of art music and culture groove with k._c._r._w. d._j.'s garth trinidad and aaron bird and visit cam's latest exhibitions including a retrospective exploring the work of artists an athlete ernie barnes gourmet food trucks a beer garden and more from seven until eleven pm roll up for another electrifying night at cam support comes from japan house l._a. presenting but carroo transforming spirits debut in july seventeenth but karaoke puts visitors into a supernatural world of japanese folk traditions using interactive digital technology spend an immersive fun day exploring japanese culture stay for multi-coursed dinner at in on relaxing the library or attend one of their events japan house brings a taste of japan to l._a. more at japan house l._a. dot com kissy are w sponsor include the bungalow santa monica presenting night market k._c._r._w. presents event for one night only mayer hawthorne we'll spend a d._j. set on thursday june twenty-seventh open at five p._m. food trucks music and cocktails five p._m. all summer long.

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"ernie barnes" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project

Mark Bell's Power Project

04:19 min | 3 years ago

"ernie barnes" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project

"A way to give you losin that there's he's still around he's pretty sure he passed away yeah not not too long ago have you had a chance to meet some of these artists admired over the year no no i mean i haven't met like ernie barnes and other our favorite artists mind that was very influential early on he passed away early on denny dent pass away yeah leroy neiman what he was the last one the pathway that was really inspired by yeah there's another artist justin bua who i greatly admire he's an amazing urban artists he was very influential early work we haven't met we've spoken we've kind of had a love hate relationship with each other but always healthy but no he still but that doesn't change anything the fact that he's a brilliant artist renzo have you ever seen a movie called exit through the gift show yeah thanks he yeah we'll banks mr brainwash i did you mr rain wash okay casually a really interesting thing movie yeah to try to sum it up in some way from what i can remember is basically the the guy gets discarded clothes right he gets closed that are you know that that people other people don't care about anymore right and he has like a thrift shop and he just puts a value on these clothes and because he puts a high value on these closed they become more valuable yeah and it's really interesting because he taught him the value are in some of these things it gets to be like what is the value but like he you know might take a beat up vneck in a might be you know three hundred twenty five bucks now yeah and now someone's like wow that's a really nice even though it's the same beat up thing that maybe he bought for six bucks yeah know that i think that whole movie is art alone i think that you know if you follow the story was originally mr brainwash doing a documentary on bank see showed it to him turned into something and then it was like this really weird fence right he was doing he was trying to do a movie about a tagger right yeah and then thank seeds turn it around he's like oh let me see all this footage and and it makes you think like we'll enter you dig this movie isn't on us the second you you'd like it and that's what i love about these type of artists is they blur the line between what's what's fantasy and what's reality right and then also people still think is brainwash banks you know like that's right there's there's so many layers to it under the giant this is a classic i mean it's it's a classic art film you know how good is that andre the giant image that obey a things great i mean he's he's another brilliant i've ever met him but he i think also just how he branded himself in his ideas and how he had images to represent his thought process right and he's on i don't know what is drawing skills are he also shows that to be an artist that there is no rules no limits you can be a designer and print the stuff out and pace to a wall and you're still expressing an idea and that's still an artist and i hope that more kids are exposed to different forms of art you know what it comes to whether it's arts media type of south like virtual reality or whether it's even poster art that there's so many options and you don't have to limit yourself to being great at using a pencil it's it's a great skill that's not the only thing andre the giant was ugly and it's all over the world yeah but you actually say this different looking he was different looking but because of the obey thing becoming so popular we're talking about einstein earlier ugly mug but it just became so popular that it's so distinctive that you couldn't imagine looking any other way right and it's almost like that's that character you know supersedes the person him sexually makes a lot of sense now that i'm like going through my head of images that really stick out there's other than you know for lack of a better word there's some ugliness to all of them now that i kind of think about it there's some richards mick jagger yeah yeah there's some like.

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"ernie barnes" Discussed on The Combat Jack Show

The Combat Jack Show

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"ernie barnes" Discussed on The Combat Jack Show

"From like the video so like like like a thirty thirty like benji documenting for example like a certain thing that you tab into crew with it's a soul that you just know that you relate to is like one of our favorite artists in mentor but it's like ernie barnes paint i always say ernie barnes ernie barnes painting if you see the soul and the way captured black people in our environment said the beauty of the ghetto you know what i'm saying that's it's like we all grew up in these areas so we see those same things that for whatever reason we're larger than life to us and we just recapturing familiar moments that you grew up seeing around you you know what i'm saying and it's hard to the continuity of the soul people that made on that boat yes yes said mom i'm playing the long game the extra long it was sold the thirty foot thirty this is this is an incredible story i mean this is this is not a singular story although particular story i'll tell but it's it's not a single one in that if you grew up in an urban setting we all know that guy that was going to be some way he was going to was going to get out of the confines of the hood but something in the hood pulled them back in something in the hood ultimately destroyed them and this is the great greek tale which probably just a story stolen from kush anyway.

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