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On Monday Masks In Public Spaces Will Be Required In Everett, Boston
"Masks masks to to be be worn worn in in public public beginning beginning tomorrow. tomorrow. They're They're Carlo Carlo DeMaria DeMaria issuing issuing that that order, order, Which Which states states that that anyone anyone older older than, than, too too must must wear wear a a face face covering covering at at any indoor or outdoor space open to the public. According to the order. Masks must be worn at parks, businesses, outdoor spaces in all public spaces. If you go to a restaurant, you can take off your mask to eat and drink. The order will remain in effect until further notice
Seattle Kraken hire Everett Fitzhugh as 1st Black team broadcaster in NHL
"The Seattle crackin have hired their play by play broadcaster grabs hold of it to 11 With Melody Lover AM announced yesterday. That ever fits you will now lead the team in the broadcast booth Fitz. He was set to be the first black full time play by play announcer in the NHL.
Seattle joins regional cities and counties in allowing public sector employees to work remotely into 2021
"Governments announced today that employees or telecommuting now shouldn't expect to return until 2021. They include King Pierce in Snohomish counties, the cities cities of of of Seattle Seattle Seattle Tacoma, Tacoma, Tacoma, Everett Everett Everett Redmond, Redmond, Redmond, Kenmore Kenmore Kenmore Shoreline Shoreline Shoreline in in in the the the ports ports ports of of of Seattle Seattle Seattle and and and Everett. Everett. Everett. Homo Homo Homo
Seattle detectives say it could take a week to make determinations on recent construction fire in Everett
"And detectives say, could take a week to sift through the rubble of an apartment complex that burned to the ground this week and Everett. Investigators say the four alarm fire cause at least $25 million in damage to the waterfront apartment complex under
MBTA Drivers Strike For A Sixth Day In Boston Area
"Of drivers of the parent Transit Service. The ride The main sticking point point in in negotiations negotiations between between Teamsters Teamsters Local Local 25 25 the the company company is is health health insurance. insurance. W. W. B. B. C's C's Suzanne Suzanne Saul's Saul's Ville Ville has has more more details details from from the the picket picket line. line. She's never been out here since Sunday, well getting weary but with staying strong. Cheryl Russo works for Veterans Transportation, one of two companies that provide drivers for the ride. 350 walked off the job last Sunday to protest the company's demand. They pay 5% more for their health insurance at a time with covert is here. We've all been out here on the front line, and now our contract's been up over a year and they just don't want to budge, and they want to make us have to pay more found in Sherman's, and it's just unacceptable, Russo says. It's their customers who are paying the price price Caesar, Caesar, Caesar, elderly elderly elderly and and and disabled disabled disabled that that that depend depend depend on on on a a a safe safe safe transportation transportation transportation again. again. again. To To To where where where they they they need need need to to to go. go. go. The The The NBT NBT NBT is is is telling telling telling its its its ride ride ride customers customers customers to to to expect expect expect delays delays delays and service interruptions during the strike. I called veterans transportation, they said no comment and hung up in Everett. Suzanne Saws Bill
Massive fire destroys two apartment buildings under construction on Everett waterfront, Seattle
"New new construction construction apartment apartment building building in in ever ever its its waterfront. waterfront. Cuomo's Cuomo's taming taming Latasha Latasha was was there there at at the the height height of of the the fire fire this this evening evening as as neighbors neighbors brought brought out out hoses hoses to to douse douse the the flying flying embers. Huge plume of thick, dark smoke. I mean, I'm talking several blocks away, took us a lot of time to get here because traffic is backed up, and it's quite a ways away and, you know, just walking through this neighborhood. When a lot of thick smoke embers everywhere and a lot of people just trying to start preparing their houses. Firefighters are on the scene here at this apartment complex site, and you can see they're just trying. Battle this big, big, big, big fire where? As we were coming here way, saw several, and I mean, I could kill dozens of fire trucks that were just rushing to get here. And right now you see, neighbors are just trying to douse all of this. The four alarm fire completely destroyed the forest story building Right now. It's unknown how it started. Crew's still working the fire and to electrical substations have been taken off line because of it. No reports of injuries. Governor says
Seattle - Massive fire at waterfront apartment complex under construction in Everett
"New new new new construction construction construction construction apartment apartment apartment apartment building building building building in in in in ever ever ever ever its its its its waterfront. waterfront. waterfront. waterfront. Cuomo's Cuomo's Cuomo's Cuomo's taming taming taming taming Latasha Latasha Latasha Latasha was was was was there there there there at at at at the the the the height height height height of of of of the the the the fire fire fire fire this this this this evening evening evening evening as as as as neighbors neighbors neighbors neighbors brought brought brought brought out out out out hoses hoses hoses hoses to to to to douse douse douse douse the the the the flying flying flying flying embers. embers. Huge Huge plume plume of of thick, thick, dark dark smoke. smoke. I I mean, mean, I'm I'm talking talking several several blocks blocks away, away, took took us us a a lot lot of of time time to to get get here here because because traffic traffic is is backed backed up, up, and and it's it's quite quite a a ways ways away away and, and, you you know, know, just just walking walking through through this this neighborhood. neighborhood. When When a a lot lot of of thick thick smoke smoke embers embers everywhere everywhere and and a a lot lot of of people people just just trying trying to to start start preparing preparing their their houses. houses. Firefighters Firefighters are are on on the the scene scene here here at at this this apartment apartment complex complex site, site, and and you you can can see see they're they're just just trying. trying. Battle Battle this this big, big, big, big, big, big, big big fire fire where? where? As As we we were were coming coming here here way, way, saw saw several, several, and and I I mean, mean, I I could could kill kill dozens dozens of of fire fire trucks trucks that that were were just just rushing rushing to to get get here. here. And And right right now now you you see, see, neighbors neighbors are are just just trying trying to to douse douse all all of of this. this. The The four four alarm alarm fire fire completely completely destroyed destroyed the the forest forest story story building building Right Right now. now. It's It's unknown unknown how how it it started. started. Crew's Crew's still still working working the the fire fire and and to to electrical electrical substations substations have have been been taken taken off off line line because because of of it. it. No No reports reports of of injuries. injuries. Governor Governor says says
Free COVID-19 testing to begin in 8 hard-hit communities in the Boston area
"To get more people their testes. Starting Friday, people in Chelsea, Everett Fall River New Bedford, Lawrence Lin role and Marbro can get tested for covert 19 for free. And here's why Collectively, these communities make up approximately 9% of the Massachusetts population. I have seen 27% of the Commonwealth's positive tests in the past two weeks. Statewide positive test rate over the past two weeks is a little under 2%. But in these eight communities 8% of the test there have been positive. Governor Baker says the number of people getting tested in those places has dropped by 40% since the end of April. I get a test stopped. The spread initiative runs from July 10th Tow August 14th at the Statehouse. Suzanne Saz Bill W. B. C. Boston's news radio, the U. S has now passed three million covert 19 cases,
Free coronavirus testing offered in Roxbury, Boston
"And Roxbury there's free covert testing at a mobile center outside Hardaway residences on Washington Street it sponsored by the Center for Boston Elder Services and the Whittier Street Health Center. No insurance is needed if you can't make it within the next 40 minutes and need a test governor bigger also announced free testing sites to be open starting Friday for residents of Chelsea, Everett Fall River, Lawrence Lowell, Lin, Marlborough and New Bedford.
A Mental Health Pandemic: The Second Wave of COVID-19
"Experts experts say say the the second second wave wave of of the the pandemic pandemic is is beginning beginning and and will will only only worsen worsen in in the the coming coming months. months. And And now now they're they're talking talking about about a a potential potential mental mental health health crisis. crisis. We We get get more on this live from Kemal's Carleen Johnson. Well, according to the state Department of Public Health. They expect 2 to 3 million Washingtonians to experience mental or behavioral health problems in the coming months as a result of the pandemic, this psychiatrist Dr Daniel Bober What I'm seeing in my own patients is an increase in depression, anxiety, insomnia, and maybe if they were using a glass of wine to take the edge off now they're using a whole bottle, so it's definitely something that's impacted them pretty hard. They call it disillusionment as people realized we're not returning to what was normal anytime soon. It is already leading to a surgeon, substance abuse, aggression and then criminal activity and the making matters worse across the state. Code 19 has caused revenues to tumble for a lot of behavioral health agencies and treatment facilities. According to the Everett Herald and the Homeless County Compass Help, which is one of the main ones has already shuddered several of its main sites due to financial troubles. Some of those may never reopen. Reporting live Carleen Johnson. Come on, is the driver
300 arrested as China's new "security" law hits Hong Kong
"Years ago today, July 1st 1997 Control of Hong Kong passed from Britain to China. This anniversary is the day that mainland China chose for a national security law to take effect. It criminalizes most descent, and on this day, authorities have arrested dozens of people in Hong Kong. Even as people on the streets chose the anniversary as a day of protest. How was Hong Kong changed since 1997. NPR's Emily Fang has been speaking with Hong Kongers who were born that year. Alan's grand parents fled name in China during a political campaign in the late 19 fifties that resulted in mass famine. Now more than seven decades leader Ellen is thinking of leaving Hong Kong. I think in the future, the Chinese government would take over this place completely like all of the Hong Kongers in this piece, Ellen did not want to give her full name for the same reason that she's considering emigration. She's concerned Beijing could punish her under its national security law passed just this week that criminalizes many types of dissent. And like other young residents, born in 1997 Ellen has only ever known Hong Kong as a Chinese territory. If she identifies, not his Chinese, and definitely not as British, but purely as a Hong Kong whenever she has to fill out forms when Everett of their forms when I discovered us no What a field day in Hong Kong and I might chose others is that our forcing myself to choose Chinese and for those born in 1997 the month born has now become a line in the sand. United Kingdom offered a British national overseas passport or no to Hong Kong subjects right up to June 30th 1997. For those born right before the handover. They now have a path to British citizenship. Some Hong Kongers just missed the deadline like he was born. Days after hand over. I just feel like trapped in Hong Kong because I can't do anything about Hong Kong situation, but it's OK just accepted my fate. Many born in 1997 say they're frustrated. They had no say in defining the conditions under which Beijing would rule Hong Kong. Jenny is a university student. She has a piano and says she is emigrating. I can't stay here and seeing home coins degenerate and I have to afraid for myself. Like Did I speak anything wrong or deny tissue might showdown in a warm raid, so that's there will get punished. Jenny says she can to see a future for herself in Hong Kong if she has to live in fear of being punished for saying something wrong. Marco was born in October of 1997. So nobody no, he says, being born after handover has always felt like being born with a ticking time bomb. Starting from 1997 China agreed to give Hong Kong the mid autonomy for five decades office like accounting down like 50 years. So exactly 50 years old by then. Instead, he fears many of Hong Kong's freedoms will be gone before he celebrates his 24th birthday later this year. His biggest life decisions have always been guided by this countdown. It's always like a time to go for shooting thing. Do you have to plan it earlier? Or is it too late to way to like Around 5 to 10 years near that eyes that everything to lay. Unlike many Hong Kongers, Marco is not considering moving to Taiwan. Taiwan has offered to take in some Hong Kong. It also is an electoral democracy and has vowed to defend its liberal order against Beijing. For now, For now, it's good, but who knows? 10 or 15 years that was going on it. So Marco is looking farther afield to Canada or the U. S. One amid a potential exodus of Hong Kongers looking for a new home.
Banks Under Fire for Alleged Unequal Lending Practices
"The practice of red lining were denying financial and other services to people based on race, was outlawed in nineteen, sixty eight, but last week several Chicago Chase Bank branches closed temporarily as protesters call for racial equity and lending from the nation's largest bank and expose published in early June by nonprofit newsroom city bureau and WBZ radio found that off the seven and a half billion dollars in Chicago home. Purchase loans approved since two thousand, twelve, less than two percent was loaned in black majority neighborhoods. The bank is also the subject of a Federal Class Action Lawsuit. That suit alleges that chase shutout. Business. Borrowers from the paycheck protection, program or PCP. Stacey Hawkins Armstrong's the founder of shop. poppin gourmet. Popcorn in Westchester. She told news station ABC seven Chicago the. She tried to file her PP loan application with chase. On the first day. They were accepted, but she got nothing but error messages desperate to keep her doors open and her four employees on payroll. She ultimately secured a smaller loan through a different bank. She believes that chase prioritized. It's favored customers and left small businesses like hers in. In the cold, She's not alone the US. House of Representatives is launching probes into how several banks including J. P.. Morgan Chase Bank of America and Citigroup made P P P loans according to the Orange County Register. Critics allege that big banks service business customers and Shutout underserved borrowers from the funding pool. redlining continues in subtle ways today, including in how P P P loans. Loans were distributed according to Everett. Sand CEO of small business lender lend Distri in a report in fortune as business wars daily reported earlier this month. The Small Business Administration gave no guidance to lenders to prioritize underserved communities about ninety percent of black owned businesses have no employees ease sands, says P, P P rules. Regarding sole proprietors came out last that let these entrepreneurs unclear about. About which loans were available to them? The SBA hasn't released the demographics of WHO received PPP loans, but a survey report by color of change and UNIDOs US is revealing more than half of black and Latin next small business owners who sought assistance requested less than twenty thousand dollars in funding only about one in ten received the funding. They ask for according to the report. One united the nation's largest blackout bank has been working to help black owned businesses get better access to loans in the second round of stimulus funding, federal government allowed thirty billion dollars to smaller and minority owned banks such as community development, financial institutions were CDFI's one united secured some of that funding with that on April. Twenty nine, the bank launched its own P. Program. The bank committed to lending to black owned businesses and self-employed people. It's I. P P Loan, went to an uber driver. Time will tell who was more effective in getting money to black owned businesses, but the stakes couldn't be higher. A recent report by the Brookings Institution Warns Covid. Nineteen could wipe out a decade of economic gains by black owned businesses as Congress debates whether create another stimulus round. The future of many black owned businesses hangs in the balance.
Providence received approximately $509 million in grants
"Let's talk about hospitals here for a second week we just spend some time with Jim Brunner talking about the the unemployment stamp that has been devastating people in the hundreds of millions of dollars out of the pockets of of folks who desperately need it here in Washington and it I can't help but draw a comparison to what some hospitals are doing in the area and I'm not talking about the the smaller places that have very thin operating budgets that basically the the the money that they bring in can can pay for payroll for the next week or two I'm talking about the big big places one of them being Providence health system it's one of the the largest and richest hospital chains here in the United States now they they've got this spring this is according to New York times they got at least five hundred nine million dollars in government funds smaller pore hospitals are receiving a pittance compared to that in Providence is sitting on about twelve billion dollars in cash which it invests it's got like stock portfolios there's no discernible difference at least to me between what happens on Wall Street and what this supposedly not for profit hospital system is doing yeah I mean this is been the problem with the not for profit hospital system is been in did these complaints are not limited to this I think it was a Providence hospital in a in the one in Everett I think that that fire to the emergency room doctor low right was complaining that they were not following safety procedures with with with new brand new with this the very front end of the the pandemic a brand new coronavirus patients they're testing people in the parking lot or something along those lines yeah it in so you have these not for profit in the whole way you get not for profit status if you are a hoot if your hotel the hospital chain is you traded that to that means you get a tax break a significant one you trade that to the government by providing charity services in other words you do pro bono work on people in the community it's always many of these hospitals fall way short you have the very creative accounting on what actually was charity work or they just don't do it at all with no real teeth behind it and to see a company sitting on billions of dollars collect billions of dollars right in aid is a little bit along the same lines as what we saw with that with the but the bond houses and with the investment firms and with the banks back in the in the in the mortgage crisis collecting people who had caused the problem then collecting on the problem yeah it would seem to a lot of people to be pretty deeply offensive although we didn't care to have the political courage to actually change it in a manner that would help us this is another situation where these for profit or rather non not for profit which is not non profit not for profit hospital right there have a medially put their strong the drink as soon as the government said you know we have eight to provide they lined up even with sitting on significant assets now they'll okay they'll tell you that you know this this money was available we had to get even the people doling out the the relief money that they'll tell you we will priority was getting it out right we didn't want to sit on it and come up with systems and develop a system to take the time to double and triple check things because this was an emergency and people needed that money but I would I would argue that will take your check K. can you look at the balance of the place and know that if somebody is is sitting on you know ten billion dollars whatever it may be that that that supposedly is for emergencies right that's an emergency fund that's that's and that's the savings account that you go into when you need to tap it because something catastrophic has happened yeah what else is out for it was not you would be very very difficult to say this was an oversight I think that the one of the problems that happened with the relief is that it really wasn't earmarked toward small businesses everyone claimed it was it was earmarked toward business and the big businesses were much I mean when you have a team of people including attorneys and accountants that can get your paperwork in very quickly and when you have a lobbyist who actually has the the the call list of local lawmakers run you have those things you're going to get to the front of the line and this is what happened with with companies like Providence another company that we saw from the the paycheck protection program relief aid who lined up immediately to get their snouts in the trough again and then take the bulk of what was supposed to be for companies that were on the brink and it's a shame because I don't actually mind so much on the paycheck protection and if these are if it's actually helping people who are minimum wage people as it was with as much of it was designed to do I think that's great if it's helping people to hire in the scale I hope there is a cut off point for it and I appreciate that as well I don't know that I am worried about as much about somebody making three hundred K. a year when the patient protection thing rolled out and in the end the judge the law didn't worry about the mother which was which was terrific about it but this particular one in Providence and other hospital chains that are the the not for profit hospital chains it it wouldn't bother me if they were at
Seattle Pacific University Survey Suggests Younger People Are Showing Greater Levels of Loneliness and Anger
"It's the end of the school year like no other before but time usually marked by prong senior skip day and of course graduation ceremonies closes without any fanfare and the grief is real Seattle Pacific university is surveying about twenty five hundred people seeing how teenagers and young adults are reacting to the pandemic compared to people ages twenty five and older and while both age groups say they're experiencing more depression the results show younger people are feeling greater levels of loneliness and anger most students in the class of twenty twenty were born in the shadow of nine eleven they begin their next chapter in the middle of a worldwide pandemic college freshmen don't know what class will look like this fall what college seniors entering job market during the worst recession since the Great Depression obviously the economic up people is going to destroy the class of twenty twenty for years and years to come Christine Weiss is graduating from Occidental College in Los Angeles her ceremony was supposed to happen last week instead she's back at her childhood home in Everett's where she's been living for the past two months after the pandemic shut down campus I'm one of the reporters on the Occidental newspaper and I was covering since the beginning of March and end of February how a lot of our study abroad programs especially students in Italy we're having to flee their countries quickly and try to get home before the borders closed and everything and I had this like got sinking feeling that this was
Everett Police arrest Jesse Allen accused of stealing mail in Bellevue
"W. police say a so called prolific mail thief is now in custody police say thirty one year old Jesse Allen is known for stealing mail from as far as to how much county to Pierce county lately officers say he's been snatching mail in the crossroads and lake hills area of Bellevue police have seen a one hundred forty one percent jump in mail theft reports this April compared to April of twenty nineteen due to stop mail thieves check your mail daily if you go out of town put a hold on your mail order trusted neighbor friend to pick it up for you and police say a locked mailbox can add an extra layer of
Encore Boston Harbor loses $60.6 million in coronavirus-shortened quarter
"The Boston on core harbor casino in Everett lost nearly sixty one million dollars last quarter it was only ordered shut in just the final two weeks of that period
Seattle-based Boeing plans 10% job reduction and jet production cutbacks after reporting loss
"Today Boeing announced that they will be cutting down their workforce by about ten to fifteen percent in the next month as production at the plants in in Renton and Everett and are all around the country are to far slower pace than the normal Boeing CEO Dave Calhoun gave the news during its quarterly earnings announcement for the company Boeing's earnings dropped by twenty six percent during the last quarter Calhoun claimed at the drop in earnings is due to a reduction in aircraft demand over the last several months the sharp reduction in demand for airplanes that we see out over the next several years won't support the size of the workforce we have today at this time we're taking action to reduce our workforce by approximately ten percent of our roughly a hundred and sixty thousand employees by end of this year through the combination of voluntary layoffs attrition and involuntary layoffs as necessary over seventy thousand Washingtonians are currently employed with Boeing and it's expected that as many as ten thousand of them could be let go Calhoun made the point that Boeing will have to downsize the entire operation in order to make up for the company's decline we will be a smaller company for a while we work hard to maintain the stability of our workforce avoiding Laos even though even through the suspension of mass production doubling the length of time we pay employees impacted by the cold induced shutdown of Puget Sound Charleston and other sites the company began offering voluntary layoff packages last week foreshadowing the big cuts that are going to be taken now Boeing officials are predicting that airline passengers will decline by as much as forty percent by the time twenty twenty is over one area of production that will take a particular hit over the next few years is Boeing seven eighty seven Dreamliner used primarily for international travel a production of the seven eighty seven will reduce from fourteen planes each month to ten planes each month for the next year and then down to seven planes per month in twenty twenty two years CEO Dave Calhoun on why a demand for the eight seven is is pretty strong our issue is in our assumptions and and we think we're right is that the international route structures are going to come back much slower than the domestic ones and as a result the eight seven suffers for that so production of all jets will be dropping including the seven seventy seven the seven seventy seven acts which will drop from five planes a month to three and then of course the big question how will the infamous seven thirty seven Max fair with the cutbacks a seven thirty seven Max jets of course have been grounded for over a year now and until the corona virus pandemic Boeing had continued manufacturing those planes Dave Calhoun claimed that the company hopes to slowly begin building the seven thirty seven Max again and gradually increasing until they are building thirty one of them each month before the jets were grounded in March twentieth nineteen Boeing was consistently producing forty two seven thirty seven Max's each month which they hope to reach again as the FAA gives them the go ahead to bring the jets back to service this all adds to the struggles the company's been facing for the entire year after those two seven thirty seven Max jets crashed leading to a loss of over six hundred and forty million dollars over the last year that's not to mention the companies facing criminal and civil investigations along with tons of lawsuits from family members who who died in those two
Emirates airline passengers undergo coronavirus blood tests before boarding
"Blood test for airline passengers before they're allowed down the long tunnel well it is happening blood tests to fly this week Everett's flying from Dubai tested all its passengers for corona virus by way of blood testing the airline says it was conducted at the airports check in area and results are available within ten minutes it says it is the first airline to do onsite rapid testing on passengers ever it says it hopes to expand the practice to other flights and other airlines are taking note showing this could be a sign of what the future holds for air
"everett" Discussed on KOMO
"Really struggling in Everett now from that looks like right around sixtieth street southeast up past highway two up towards twelve street northeast your next come more traffic at twelve twenty four today's weather is great and cloudy with some light showers already starting up for some of us heavy rain comes our way for tomorrow and especially on Thursday weather service saying that on Thursday night alone we could see between one and two inches of rain fall on us right now in Seattle it's forty seven degrees stay connected stay informed Seattle's only twenty four hour news station como news to fifteen a come on Taylor fansites and bill o'neil is at the editor's desk Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell says the impeachment process is going to fall along party lines the Kentucky Republican told reporters at the capitol that he anticipates an entirely partisan outcome members of the house will consider two articles of impeachment against president trump with a vote expected to come as soon as tomorrow and the FBI getting an earful for no the problems restrictions uncovered either by direction an inspector on general on I ninety the foreign intelligence Stevens pass on surveillance highway two or look at court traction said tires advised the agency for misled both directions it about you're next the facts couple traffic behind at two wire fourteen tapping a former trump campaign weather adviser for today it is ordering gray the bureau but to not propose as bad changes as what we expect to how tomorrow investigators here's to the get sweet permission little bit for slow future to warm up surveillance on this Tuesday afternoon family will eventually friends reach and about fellow the officers mid forties all saying and then drop goodbye back today down to with Jersey cloudy city conditions detective tonight murdered the rain in last is going week's to really deadly ramp shooting up after midnight and stick with us through Wednesday Wednesday's highs again officers in the stood forties outside in as the we move into Thursday rain here that's lining when we up get short another the shoulder round of filling systems the coming street for through blocks which could they gave drop a white glove salutis several inches detective of snow Joseph on a mountain stills passes body was carried and several into the inches church of rain in the lowlands police are here so from be all prepared over the country and be ready for that John made the I'm trip Denise from Maryland would occur in the it's combo important forecast to show center some support light showers for the family starting to fall around western the Washington officers department here in Seattle under and very send cloudy a message skies the community its forty that seven we stand degrees together when come these on things it's time happen stills to six leaves behind a wife what and five started children as a shoplifting he was killed by suspects incident within in shopper Marion last kosher night store ended last with Tuesday a van smashing through the front of that a Scott Ross Pringle store reporting the woman a Texas allegedly woman shoplifting and her baby ran have outside disappeared the store on First her fiance Avenue and jumped begging.
"everett" Discussed on The Moth
"I'm Jennifer Hickson from them off. Our final story is from Arthur. Bradford Arthur is an award winning author and documentary filmmaker. Uh here's Arthur live at the mall. Looks Okay. I'm kneeling on the floor floor of a cheap roadside motel somewhere in western Tennessee and next to me leading me and prayer is a middle aged man a large man with cerebral palsy named Ronnie Simonsen. He says bless my mother. My brothers and sisters and my pastor back home in New Hampshire and God bless Bob Hope and share and all three of Charlie's angels especially Jacqueline Smith Breath especially her and then Ronnie says and Lord Please help us get to California quickly where I where I know. I'm going to meet my spiritual brother Mr Chad every the star of CBS Drama Medical Center. And here I interrupt Ron I said Ron you know we. We might not meet at every. We're not sure that's going to happen. Then he says yeah. Yeah I know but but keep praying. Keep praying I met Ronnie about eight years before that I was working at a summer camp for people with disabilities ladies and I was a counselor there and I had brought along a video camera because I was also interested in making films and Ronnie was drawn to that camera. He came right up to me and wanted to talk about movies and TV see he he. He had cerebral palsy and his legs but he also had an interesting combination of of mental conditions autism and obsessive compulsive and he he. It manifests itself in this extreme fascination with with television and movie stars from one thousand nine hundred seventy s which is when he was a kid he spent most of his childhood in hospitals and he he became particularly obsessed with with people. That would play doctors. Here's on television. He took comfort in their com voices and there was one man above all who held this sort of sort of like a God. And that was Chad Everett. Who Played Dr Joe Gannon on CBS Medical Medical Center? And and I really liked Ron. He was he was really fine he. He was great on camera he loves HE LOVES TO BE ON CAMERA. We made lots of videos together at the camp and some of the most popular videos. Were these these newscasts we would do. We made our own news show and Ronnie was was spent tastic at that especially when we would go downtown. He would interview people on the street. He was this large man and when he would talk to people he he. He couldn't stand up for too long so he would lean on them for balance while he was asking him questions and he would get them to do skits. He was he had this really real ability to to bring people people out in these films that we made they kind of had this underground popularity and eventually I was able to to get some funding to make a film outside the camp and the idea was we. were going to drive across country with five people with disabilities from the summer camp. We're GONNA go from their houses in New England all the way to Los Angeles Angeles California and everyone on the trip had their own hopes and dreams for going to California place. They've never been but Ronnie's dreams overshadowed everybody else's to him California was the Holy Land. It was the place where he was destined to Mr Chad. Everett his spiritual brother and was his biggest dream told everybody it's my biggest dream and he took this biggest dream mission very very seriously. He stressed him out. In fact as we went on the trip he had the skin condition as well called psoriasis and and he would get these rashes on his arms when he got stressed out and he would he would at them and I felt like this whole situation was was was mainly my responsibility director of this ridiculous film and I. I decided his roommate across the country and so every night in these hotels tells Ronnie apply the medication to his rashes. And then we would say a prayer. And that's how I ended up in this hotel room in Tennessee. Praying with Ronnie Samson soon as Ronnie praise I say my own little prayer i. I'm not a very religious person I had never really prayed before. I'm twenty nine years old but this is the first this time I pray in earnest and I'd say I say please help us get to California safely and please when we get there. Please give me some guidance. Helped needed to solve this problem. That we're GONNA have this mess when we get to California. Because I have this secret that I haven't shared with Ron. I probably should have shared it with him. But I I just can't and that is that I've gotten in touch whichever it's agent before we went on the trip and I'd asked. Could we set up a meeting between these two people. I knew it was going to be a fantastic fantastic moment on film and his Asian. Maybe understand that chat ever. It was a very busy man and then he wasn't going to have time for something like that in fact he didn't really want to encourage courage. This sort of obsessive fan that apparently he had and I probably should have told Ryan that but he doesn't take disappointment very well and I helped helped Ronnie write letters to numerous celebrities over the years and we had written to chat ever and and one year he called me up. He was so excited. Because you've got this head shot in. The mail was a smiling picture of Chad. Eh and Ronnie memorize. Every word that had ever had had had signed on this picture which was on his wall it said to Ron. Life's not meant it to be lived in reruns. What should be in the new love? Boat Walk in the Light Signs Chat Everett and and and so all the way across the country as we were driving from across Texas the Grand Canyon Ronnie would would go over the contents of that letter with me. He would say what does that mean. Life's not meant to be in reruns and that means to walk in the light. I'm walking in the light right and I would say yeah Ron. You're walking in the light and when we reach California it was it it was a it was a really wonderful moment. We go swimming in the ocean. And everybody's really happy. Except for of course Ron because he's on a on a higher mission and so run and I come to this agreement everyone else involved with the film is GonNa fly home and he and I are going to stay in in Los Angeles and we're going to spend and a few more days. I don't know what we're GONNA do. We're going to hang out there in California and so everyone goes home and Ronnie and I ended up in this hotel room together putting on on his psoriasis medicine and I have no plan at all and along this on long trips someone had someone who I believe was very well meaning and giving me neither side vice had said to Ronnie Hey Ryan you shouldn't you shouldn't be so self conscious and Ronnie for about one hundred fiftieth time that trip asked me he says what does that mean self conscious and I tell him to be self conscious that means like to to worry about yourself too much and then he says for like one hundred mm fifteen time he asked me. I'm not being self conscious right now and I just WANNA say fed up at this point I just want to say you know by definition you. You asking me that question. That means you're being self conscious right and but I don't say that I know better and I say no Ronnie you're not you're not being self conscious at all and and on our last day in California we had this plan out of desperation. We go to this town near Malibu throughout this in the in the hills where Ronnie and heard that Chad Everett lived and we go there we go to a shopping center. Ronnie gets really excited because he interviews this kid who apparently had bag Chad Everett's gross ruth and then and then someone else tells us they know the street that chat lives on so Ronnie says I just want to see what is house. Looks like like so we go up and then we get to the gate and it's a gated community and then I find myself like sneaking past the guards not looking and then we get to what we think is house and running so I just wanted to take a picture in front of this House Ronnie gets out and it's not until we're hiding in the bushes and we've been there for over an hour that I realized that this is a terrible idea. Abia what why are. Why are we here what? What did I think what's going to happen? I had this crazy idea that Chad Everett would see Ronnie and he would understand that this was if someone that he should get to know but of course if Chad Everett walked out of that House Ronnie was GonNa rush towards and then someone was going to call the police. It was going to be it was going to be a a disaster and so it was with a certain sense of relief that I felt when a security guard came up until this we had to leave and so we did did leave and that film ends with Ronnie Kissing Chad Everett Star on the Hollywood walk of fame. And and it's it's a good ending but of course it's not the ending adding that Ronnie and I wanted for that film and as we took the film to film festivals around the country writing became like sort of a little bit of a celebrity ready and it was funny because that didn't mean anything to him to be a celebrity himself. All he cared about was he would ask anybody in the audience at the festivals. If maybe they knew a way to get this film in the Chat Pat Everett's hands and throughout that year Ronnie would just call me up and he'd say I have. You need to send a tape to this person. Because they might know Chad Everett's daughter and I was starting to get kind of annoyed to be honest. I was like man. We went all the way to California like why. Why can't you just drop this whole thing? And I was kind of annoyed with myself too. Because I had become tethered to this dream of Ronnie's and on top of that I had version of the dream. That was a nightmare for me. which which was that? Ronnie would somehow meet Chat Everett and I wouldn't be there that kept me up at night if Ronnie if Ronnie were to meet him and I wasn't there I didn't think I could live myself for the rest of my life. I honestly felt that way and I couldn't. I was in the state and then one day I got a phone call and and there was a deep voice on the other end of the line and it said hello. This is Chad Everett and I said No. It's not and he said yes. Yes it is and it was Chad Everett and he had seen film and he liked the film he liked.
"everett" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick
"Two sisters together doing something? I saw them with the Greek. I saw Greek lake may be fifteen years ago. Oh, yeah. And to this day, and I didn't really pay. I mean, I remember the song from the eighties, but the song alone. Oh, yeah. But when but seeing it live, it's just like that fucking Memorex add we're the guy the The chair. chair. I mean, she's unbelievable. It was one of the one of my favorite concert experiences. All the time. That's maze. Ing there's a find the song. There's one there's a heart song from an album that they did. Hang on the sicklets big coulda not know it was zeppelin zeppelin cover. Robert plant, where can I think of his name was Roger Robert Grubb? Roger, I'm Roger plan. Roger I remember. It's brother, can you imagine? Roger, I'm I'm the I'm the manager Roger plant if you're the twin of Robert plant you name is Roger just like. Rapper plant so excited me. I'm round one hundred. Come from the land. The is. Tips the Newland. Here we go. It's the battle of. Six. Together, come into. It's up setting. They're not speaking. Yeah. Heartbreak. Come again. You should write a song. You just need to work out their differences. How can you mend broken? Come. We're all doing Ashley. What's is there salt is song? Do you feel like uncover -able? What makes it good cover because I heard I've heard some when I hear like what I call like Lisi cover. We're bad. We're just feels like you just want to carry exactly as opposed to when someone like, really? Yeah. Takes like pull something magical outta song. It makes it their own. One song. I would say nobody should ever cover is Mandy by Barry Manilow. Sorry kids. I know everyone's glamorous. But put away your mandate. Covers we're about to tell you why. But there's other songs like one of my favorite songs be my baby. Being. I could hear a thousand people saying that because it's such a perfect songs perfectly craft of song. But so Mandy, but it's like it's just not meant to be sung by anybody other than bear, right? But. Let's such a good question. I don't really want to hear anybody else. Anything that? No, I guess you really can't. Like, the the try this going to totally different or like, you know, like. Like like like. Jenifer Lewis like if she sang or Denver Hudson can cover whoever she wants. She's got another. She's in about for you. There saw. Is there a song for you that you feel like I just I want to tackle that one? But I don't know. Well, other isn't very on. My said the tonight show us night Beck going. going pretty well. Everytime on it a sitting, and I can't listening original songs because it's like you can't say to these on tonight show, or whatever they have. And I'm so I was trying to figure I I kind kind. of do at Barry Manilow thing whole, whatever. And I was like I can't can't do this. Like it can't be done. First of all there's so much production value in it backup, singers, whatever sizing re on she's fair game. I think cover ran it didn't come Ryota yet. I love her. I think she's great like her like getting political now, but Mailo then. And then just like he's thing. How do you know just for people as we're sort of winding this down for people who because I think one of the things that we talked about besides puppy, puppy clip, two..
"everett" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick
"Being technically, proficient. Doesn't mean let soul. Yeah. It's not. It's like to me like there's there's no connection to like the song dot for like what's exciting. It's like whoever. However, they're singing, and they're wrapping or whatever they're doing that. They feel it. You know? That's what matters a hate. When you're watching somebody's saying, and they're just like they're moving their hands all around because I've seen like Mariah, do whatever Christina do it. At. But they're not thinking about this saying like Whitney was like a great example of how you can do all those things like, you know, she just her voice was just one in a million. You know, but I think once Whitney really commanded pop music a lot of people that heard her felt like they had to do the same thing. But it's not necessarily. They are watching American idol. It's just like I remember seeing all their journeys just like fuck in sing these Wrens star. Clint they're just like oh my God. Ever saw that on American. Specific unless you're Patia. She wants to get some fucking kills it on the Tony's singing the song from the color purple. No. She is so overcome at the end of sin unit that she just has to dash off the stage. She is just so unloved the world. I don't even have to see most of the shows. But what I what I love about the Tony awards is that all the other shows are too so serious and mostly full of seat fillers. Yeah. So that's why the crowds don't always respond because the have been, but that's what crowds the crowds always changing the Tonys. It's like everyone wants to be there and they're excited about it. And they're invested in it, and it's just such a fun. It's fucking great show is only get one and like and like actors like they have the Golden Globes AMI's this the critics of this, and they probably just worn out to beautiful too many times. I gotta say thanking Asia two times at tired. I think the feeder think the I think the community. Yeah. More of a community. And it's a localized and film television people all over the place. It's not all the same thing. So there's something that like, you know, people say we need to musical you fall in love you. He fall in love with everybody in your cast. You like to know these people smuggling. Smuggle. You're crying on posing nine shit like that in a movie or TV. You're just like you do like a love scene with somebody just twenty minutes before. Kills says I'm supposed to put my head here. Oh, hey, I remember you. We do sort of. I'm thinking about like what? Other other versions of that stroking. You're talking about this like like if you were an architect jealousy. Snatch up Scott. Gap. At the top of that..
"everett" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick
"Having your own private Cheyenne checks over there. I was in my favorite restaurant in West Hollywood. He does. I was a like to leave a nice tip their leave a nice timber heroes and sitting there and Jackson just like awesome. I've seen him more than seeing my mother in the last year sounds like destiny. Let me come back to the podcast Jackson just going to walk out plots. Plus happily man and has kids, but you know, what? Cabaret? That's a good song. You know, what you know? What? That's a great song. Wait. Okay. Pitch this. Yeah. You know, what those great because e converse is basically an impossible premise that you set up. It's like, you know, what? Debate about why you're so. You're going to make out while you're going to get workout. I got an e out now. Hey, the very last line you go through the whole thing. And then you you know, what though all you can drink show today. Thirty three percent of song. Thank God, you came into my life too. I would truly just be like popping what? Now that was. Do we could also be another son? Poppy what now? It's almost a sad. You let up my life kind of. The world needs more sad, piano. Balance those seventies. Yes, gut wrenching. Yeah. Just here. Now, I feel so much about pop music is about the the the focal. I don't like the rip like the vocal riff masturbation. That's exactly not about. It's not about consonants. Can I get a little bit of diction? The put him up. You don't get that sense anymore. Like, you would hear berry now Manilow or carpenter songs and across the Jordan bread. And you go on think, he's okay. That the sense that something was wrong. I wanna be I wanna be concerned about my current. I want. I want the kind of concern where you're going. I got a call to make sure they're okay. Checking some a little worried. Yeah. I heard their diary, the private diary of the song. And I'm a little word that's off. And I want them to sound like my mom, you know, like, my friend. He doesn't like Karen carpenter's voice. He thinks that she sounds matronly. I'm like gap, and it's wonderful like she sounds her voice is impeccable in my jeans and insane range to goes all the way. Yeah. Oh missing role. We. I watched I watched a duet between cash Jodi Mitchell 'cause it was just her birthday. And it was from his show. And her boys was into the parade was insane. But then thanks to Europe. Thanks to thanks to the everyone's buddy cigarettes. Like her voice like drops an octave like every decade got lower. But I love that. I love like, that's what a singer should be able to do. I like what I love about Joni Mitchell as she like she just like fully like has embraced like what her voices now. She's like us not and I'm like this now as opposed to like trying to still have that sort of like. Tweedy like fluttering like she. She obviously can't do it anymore. But she didn't care the sticks in her lane. She sticks land, you know. I'm glad that you recognize to as a professionally trained singer. And I think it happens somehow sometime around like, I think it was American idol that sort of brought that that kind of like Soling like..
"everett" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick
"Do I feel like the you've already said a lot of things that are good place for the stone to start. I was just like you wake up. You got the shakes. You've got the capital. You've got the seltzer water. Yeah. And you're just you're basically just biding your time to all you can drink Chardonnay. Every day can be you can. Really can. Of. What's that Terry? Gross. I I did I was in this movie is small moving. So we're talking about how pancakes which love being part of. And then like we had that opening party. And we just like fucking went off the rails. And like the next morning. I have to go talk to Terry gross. You know, it's like very it's epi is like, no the I'm your toes bitch. And I was out of town. Yeah. You know, drinking bubble blood drinking. I think sometimes she's like, I'm worried about you. It was so thrilling to get to be on that program. But I should not have done the condition. I was in. I feel like sharp as appropriate for the MPR crowd. That's right. Thank you. Exactly. You are Terry. I just want to I just want to specify it was Chardonnay. Yeah. I have a bottle of Yeager that I've never opened because in that movie fakes talk about gave Segade or something bottle with like my name embossed on while. But I'm not eighty shots actually on. I have the big memories of it's been a long time. It's been a long time for me. But I have big memories of I only ever drink beer, really. But usually what if you want to kick it up. The Yankers shut. It was like poisonous liquorice. Oh, yeah. It's hard. But other things sort of burns gone because you know, students. Bird coming out. Now said he gave ginger shots. Charted to ginger shot every day kicks playing keeps me. Son of six voice second cement. Oh, yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. You ginger in the episode or vinegars, really good. It's really good for the pipes. There's a place in West Hollywood that like is like go in there. I was showing Jackson. They're very handsome saying do. He's an actor's gorgeous look him up. Oh. Oh, gorgeous, gorgeous. But he he's always in there getting some juice. That's how I look so beautiful. That's that's just solidifying his his taught skin beautiful everyday gifts because of the shots and the shots. I try to they save a worse for shots taste. Yeah. The ginger shots like the healthy shots the war. Toxins are in your body. Is that true? Probably actually, you're just nodded. Accent..
"everett" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick
"Because God there wasn't like a camera or like an Instagram story. Follow me everywhere all shit. I said. Of those of us who were full adults by the time the internet came around. Thank. Just having that like having a having a foot in each one of Abbott's. But even as much of a sofa media person as I was since there was just an internet person since there was internet. You know, now sort of like, I don't know how I feel about, you know, being all the time anymore, and I don't know if that's just I'm starting to sound like an old person or what? But I appreciate in the real world. Yeah. More than I used to. And I better. Yes. So much better. Like just to I like to go see a lot of live shows. I like to go see I don't get out of my house enough because I'm in my computer like fucking on my shopping, or whatever. But you know, I've really made an effort to to knock on my Facebook and not Twitter as like it's going to give me a heart attack. And I don't I don't even tweet. I just reach the other people because I did too man, right? Something like. Pictures get just visuals a lot of cats and dogs, and you know, I'm into celebrity animals and and rescue sites. That's we. Ounce. About the living. I love to spend time with friends and now apartment I'm ashamed of a lot more people. And also also feel like you when you're young you sort of just your friend group is just sort of whoever is nearby. And then would you start to grow up a little bit? And you're like, oh, I can pick my friend. And then you start like you said you just want to be surrounded by people who lift you up. You. It's weird that it I feel like it took me years to figure that out. But it seems like oh, you would just not do that. But but it's meant to learn that. Yeah. Just way to figure. You're right and just like you sort of slog through life, and you're just like, but then once I have aiming for Murray hill, and all these people that just want great things. I'd like to five years to adjust to like people that that are like they really love me. What the fuck is wrong. Jim how you on for loving me? What is your problem? But the known to summits happier. Lighting spirit, not in physical spirit. Well, that's important. That's important though. Because if good on the other path, it just like that sort of blackness soul. Yes. Just been Bellevue with bitter old person. And then it's over. Yeah. My mom and then a blue chair chain smoking cigarettes. Not here, son. But when she goes, she's like she likes. She gets so excited. We'd go to McDonalds, and she's like high expanding I'll hunt, Freddie, pool around, you know, they know what she want. Let's say karnal traffic chino with whipped cream shit, going everywhere. And she's like why the diabetic should not be having. But I'm like, you know, live your life here here. Eighty four muzzle. She's eighty four. Yeah. She me one militias eighty three but agitated. But yes, she had me when she was almost forty. The mouth you have it seems about right? Yeah. Yeah. Thirty three young parents. Parents like my mom yet. No, my known another not that. I mean team my mom was in in. I'm just getting some more south to keep talking. It just leaves done with this be here anymore. Lady to show last night. And it was all you could drink Chardonnay. So. So. Are you can dream Chardonnays? That sounds like an album title. Sure on the front. That's right. That's the one thing that I got are today. Maybe I'll do that. And so the song today is all you can drink Chardonnay. Yeah. Okay. So how does all you can drink shirt as starts? Well, first of all stop shaking right now. I'm on a caffeine. We drink. Everybody's clean comedy. Yeah. That's the way it is now, but I wake up with these shiny shockers. Rattles? Now that I had a coffee and I'm having seltzer and I'm just all fumes right now. I'm like an when you guys leave on going to stop trembling, and my brain settle I'll start to work because I'm gonna songwriters group like adult people..
"everett" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick
"Maybe he's come around. That's just talked about. You put people on blast for being that in this episode. We've got a, hey. Tippers? What else can we possibly tip Tip off? off. I worked for a long time. Here's the scoop. I got I did I was at I worked at the original PF chains in Scottsdale. Arizona a lot of those lot of those happen to come in. There was some great tippers dippers and then refused which is a hot spot for a while. I waited on Wooding SUNY. I wait around Howard Stern way out Richard Simmons. I've done in awe as as a performer like do you ever when you're if you're waiting on someone that you like? Do you? Do you give a little extra or do? You like them to notice me? Or are you good at like, I'm gonna leave him alone my tattoo. I tried to like keep it, you know, like chill. Like, I wasn't any big deal. Hey, how peers here? I got the Bernama with. We know each other. I know how it is. But like if you ever whatever weight on Howard Stern you so excited because he's so polite, and like he come with his daughter when I was working this other ront after everybody is closed because I opened to close at ten years of service. Thanks so much. But Howard Stern was like always such a tip tip like fifty one hundred or something like that. Nice. It's nice to be able to stuff like that. You know? Yeah. Why not have the money might as well just share with me share people. Yeah. Maybe like ten years ago before I was really working allot. I went to lunch with drew. Carey went to this diner. And I tried to be a big shot, and I wasn't really working at the time. And I'm like, oh get lunch. And he goes, oh, I could tell someone's Ryan throw him, and he goes to elect to Mike one hundred bucks. Canoe on a twenty thing. And it goes, can you? And I was like, okay. If you get. We went to luxuries reasonably a remit to dinner recently. And I went to grab the same thing happened. I go I got it. This. I don't have much where you're gonna tip. You told me I'm like, that's how much I'm gonna Tim. It's fine. Son. Sort of felt like, oh, I came sarcomas. I got to got to got to be at that level for what I got with Amy Schumer. She's always like, no. Great tip that she's gonna change someone's life..
"everett" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick
"Later. Only cats. Can you like do you have Snapchat channels? Goes you just kinda kinda let's check go because it's simple. I don't even. I don't know. It just for me. It was like it's a grandma is just available to out there in a little more of a walled garden. Yes. So forgiving really know who you're going out to I don't know for whatever reason it just wasn't as compelling to me. Another step just me. But yeah. Gonna put the Dixon cat pictures on Instagram, which is fine. But but at that. And then just remind me that my wife said that a guy is trying to there's a guy who's who was born in nineteen forty nine who his doctor said, you have the health of someone who's twenty years younger than you. So he's legally trying to get his age changed. I saw saying that he was born in eighteen sixty nine I saw that headline Clinton is like this. This a bullshit dislike is somebody that has a problem with people with their gender. I thought like it must be like somebody just be like, well, if somebody was born a woman and thinks man now than I can learn at this. It didn't read that red light really read like he really was like I want to I should buy should be born in nineteen sixty nine and nineteen. But also like we just tell people you're born in nineteen sixty nine. Yeah. How often do you tell someone your age they go I'm gonna need to see somebody goes documentation. I mean, it's socially. Yeah. Yeah. I don't know. But in Kansas was there in a pre internet era? Was there a support structure for the type of stuff that you're into what what type of for you into? Then how did you get it? And who were your friends? Well, luckily, I had five brothers and sisters. So I heard like a lot of cool is like REO speedwagon air supply that was one room, and then my brother was like into barge in the other room. And then my other brother was like in the bread and cream, and my mom was into Manilow Streisand. So I heard a lot of music, but the only thing we watch that live, and I could do that. Because my brothers and sisters would watch it and I've ever seen like Joe cocker, John Belushi. And I was like, oh my God, Debbie, Harry, I saw her and but there wasn't really like a support structure. The only supports did have is that my mom's in these. Teacher. So she really thought there was nothing wrong with like moving to New York wanted to be a singer. She's like good sticking you twenty years fine. Go keep waiting tables. You're gonna make it like so there's that support structure, but I mean other than that was just like show choir and caters on the weekend. And that sort of like missing me, married, a keg r and show choir. And you got yourself a rocker cabarets then. Then come together. A long table is there's. I got a little wobbly. I really need to describe the rug that were on. It's it's a kitty in a in a pile of pills. Yeah. Yeah. It's one of my favorite things. So door was on that Newseum of modern art gift store website thing in saw these rugs. What can I do with the Rev of the kitty cat and pills? I'm gonna make it work. I just thought you got this roundtable to go on top of it. But this wrong size. I've got another one coming. But yeah, I just love it does your act change for the type of end you that you're gonna be like you said you do. So do some comedy club. Totally or you exactly the same or do you ship a little bit for the cabaret crowd versus the country the coverage crowd, I have my band. So I take time and I like mixing tenderness ballots not just him. But like at a comedy club. I really tried to keep it like, raucous and vibrant. And my jokes jokes jokes are not jokes funny. But that's why loved it and shows in New York because I can take my time and like tell something like meaningful shit, and maybe do some of the political stuff..
"everett" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick
"It's all it's like the same tracks the track the track Bantu, but I I like, you know, eight songs and tell stories and get involved, but like I'm getting more and more nervous to go on the road with the style show into because it's like interactive. And I just feel like maybe I'm gonna stick to the art for awhile. After these Nashville says, yeah, I don't know to me you seem like such a fearless performer in the sense that because you were always amazing on midnight. Every in every time, you came on your destroyed other show and was really fun and inspiring to watch is like, oh, yeah. Bridget is just like she's firmly planted in like, you are so silent as a performer that I don't sense any like hesitation want that you know, what I mean like for some it's like the more like the wilder bigger you. I've definitely like tone it down. There was like I was really Casey Schiffer. A while when I was trying to get some good my career. I was like I did the show one time with a razor shaves and shit on stage. My friend Murray hill sat me down afterwards. Like, I can't you got to slow down. That far. But like, I still do a lot of crazy shit, and I wanna keep trying to things, but I just. I just I guess maybe I'm getting older, and or something, and I wanna just afraid to sort of go to wild, you know, like at an unknown place during Joe's pub, New York, that's my team. Now, people are there to see me. But I wanna keep trying to try and wild shit, but Duke somewhere where I feel safe. Yeah. But it's interesting that you were talking about that. Now, you say no to stuff, which is good. Because when you it's hard to get into that place when you're young and hungry, and you just want to work. You're just like why can't turn stuff? I gotta do every you know, it is important to sort of realize where you're at go. I don't think I need to be that any. Yeah. I enjoy that. I enjoy like I'm Joyce sort of having a hold on now. Because like for a while it just felt like I would just do anything for anybody. I wasn't thinking to myself. You know, so I was just like always spent I had no creative energy left and. Now, I can look at the wind up before I was in the ground floor apartment was really dark and sad. And you literally did the opposite. Yeah. Now now, it's like just a sunny beautiful dog got an iphone. Seltzer machine. I got a golden diaper on the on the diaper on the thing. Yeah. What does it from used to host the show called our hip rate, and we used to do this game called what's in my diaper and. People have to reach diverse. I guess what? It was. Those are the types of objects might have been could have been book it could have been a stack CDs that could have been gum. It could have been anything was anyone really good at the game. Now. I've always been really fascinated by this by. Stand up like the stand up clubs the stand up circuit. I can't the circuit are definitely cousins. Yeah. Because there is that kind of like gritty like, okay. We're just going to throw everything we can you, and you know, all bets are off. But I do I was always envious of the cabaret scene because it definitely the camera scene because it's it's so much more experimental and so much more unbridled. I think stand up you can feel like you can try some stuff in a stand up venue. Yeah. But, but you you still have to stay within some lands and cabaret seems like anybody can cool crazy thing. And that's why I love it so much, and that's why I'm so happy I found it because I moved to New York. I was like, oh, I wanna be on Broadway. I want to be in a musical. But then I found this like sort of like an old guard cabaret we like singing telling stories and those people are great, but they want nothing to do. I'm involved with the world of like. Like. Taylor MAC and cold school marking all these really wild weird thinkers and Murray hill champing, Jerry, and like people that you should look up if you don't on..
"everett" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick
"About a dog coming you know, like. I wanna make a movie about her like Washington. It's because somebody probably read it. But no I wanna right. Like her true story like write songs and zero reasonable. You should dead is a great deletion. Absolutely do that. There's a reason that that I saw that. I love dogs. Did you ever see that? And I was like you can make sort of like a animated or like that for adults. I guess there's other stuff like that that exists. But, but you know, I think like an animator she beautified once like live action that she's not she's not an actress of really she's not changing fun gritty fucked up new drama. Yeah. Oscar caliber performance. Yes. Yes. Just like dogs sex. Yeah. And dog crying real dog. Nicole Kidman scars guard. Hot ever. All she now gino's in downers has in. Then you gotta get some young ones. You got those two sisters the sisters fanning girls. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. The fans the flashback flashback fan and girls were they getting. Yeah. It's going to be to Rooney Mara. Yeah. This you have an accent. She she's from chew somewhere else. Right. No. I think they're from here. I think they're dead owns big football team other Mitch. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Like beg a mega mega mega ashes. The giants on the giants. Getting people have enough. Keeping score shoes. Like the girl that tattoo. Yeah. Yeah. Girl, you could have done this. You can set of the fucking game of that flags for the football. To dragon on your. Yes, I do. I do believe that this not even kidding. This movie would be groundbreaking could almost sort of be like, you know, totally a bit like Hedvig, which was so beautifully. There's a real beauty to it. I love that. You see the struggle. And you know, the you have to do that. Please do that that you've Reference love. that that was like the first show love within the one of them. I want to see like five times. Alan she did Don unleash. I never saw John chemical everybody else and Michael c hall before. He was he's Dexter killing people those predeccessor. Yeah. And I think he was seeing Broadway and cabaret listeners musical theater. Why was it? You know? I didn't I measured. Did you with eater in school? Yeah. Show choir music, theater, all that. And then I went to school for. Keep your voice. Warm because you know, like, I could sing a lot more. When I was in my twenties and thirties forties. I sing like two psalms. Thrones. Like, no, yeah. All done. Well, I want to what I was to show somebody paid for me to go to like, a really fancy voice coach I studied. But I studied opera sing that way. But when I like rock and stuff, I'm just always doing, my course. So I went to this woman who taught me all these exercise. This is bullshit. Somebody's all sunny. But like, I don't lose my voice more. So she really she teaches like, Patrick Harris, and you Jackman and like that guy from the darkness near that ban. Oh, yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. I can say. The shrimp, like the shredder rock voice is really fun to do. But I always worried like I got real training. Would it? Would you be able to like do you lose? The shredding rock voice is more like what? Do you still keep it? I mean, the thing is like I have to worry about longevity. You know, like that's thing that the pony like she. She sounds better than anyone. She's in her seventies. Like, she goes. She takes citzens. She's like an athlete. She does all this stuff. And and. I don't know. I feel like what you listen to who was I listened to the other day that guy for Lincoln park recipe side, but like just that kind of shredding shining shutting. Yes, when I hear that all I here's like the vocal trauma happening. So I know I don't want to sound like seeing Sanni, but it's so important just keep it alive trashed by the that's why I can only say like an hour and a half show because by then I'm just like starting to go. I gotta go go to the bar for glasses of wine. You're going to sterilize. Sterilize about can you do you do when you're doing comedy clubs how much of your show is music, and how much of it is..
"everett" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick
"What are you doing the measure, which shows do deals eighties is great? I love it. You know, it's one of the first places I ever did like a comedy club with Amy Schumer in like I was convinced. My act was not going to work in a comedy club. She's like just trust me and someone says eighties, and and punchline Lanta that's how I got the comedy club circuit. How do you like comedy club? Yes. I don't really like him. I like zanies. I like only go back to ones that. I like I just don't care enough about it. You know, I can perform live in rock clubs and New York and not from me. Yeah. But so was cabaret sort of like was that with those the seeds of live performance for you? Yeah. Well, in karaoke, like real hardcore Kerry, I was to be what what's on the Dan that the not school Rockwell. Oh, you mean. Yeah. I was wanted to be like an a show like that. To see it. Yeah. No. But I did want to it was really I it was fun. When Dan was doing really, really fun. I don't know days jam just a super fun guy. It had a real it had a real news to it. And I never saw the rock of ages when it was on Broadway. But we a tour over you in. We were just I we were in the first cast. We started the first cast in LA just doing in Iraq Lopes. Yeah. And then and then it kind of blew up in like fancy, and I was like, I don't think I could sing h shows. I can sing all shows. Yeah. But I'm not a trained singer. So I just I never did it. But I heard it got real fancy like real. Yeah. Sean, Sean, S titties voice knows resident anyway, but I was like I've my dream was to be on Broadway. But now the I know that you can just do like to shows on the weekend and go back alive. I mean, you can't do anything else. If you're doing a Broadway show like your business, and then also just like, the vocal stamina, and the physical stamina there's something like talking to somebody about doing Broadway. It's like a train. But I'm really I don't I don't know if I can punch card that much like I remember when Amy was an Schumer was doing she did see March play on Broadway and just watching her keep that schedule meek getting a bit. But I feel like it might be fun. If you could do it for like a month or two so you can say like, you know, what check the box. Yeah. But but you don't have to do it for like that's at the big star steel. Trying to work something out and like she could probably make that call, but I can never be like only for six weeks. But that's all I'd wanted to how many live performance things because I know you have the band and the new solo stuff, and then you get how many different how many different things do you do. I mean a lot. I just like it's like because Microsoft inserted started kicking tell my forties. So it's like just I'm always hustling, you can't ever shake that, you know, the hustle and the hunters now, so I do really just everything I can basically I'm outta love saying no to stuff now. Can I live on the top floor terrace? Now, say you. But other than that before that I was in clubs every night. I was singing, you know, acting and writing and everything like everybody does just to stay alive. And I got that dog, and she was on organic can dial excuse that just for dogs LA just would for dogs. Yeah. I saw some documentary about how they put like filler all NASA shit dog food on my little Princess not gonna eat that shit anymore. Don't you shoot? She needs food. But yet it's been checked by site a scientist. Yes. And addition amount drawn by. Just to you know, because just a reminder she came from. Yeah. Horrible thing. Like, those that no wonder she's like every time like a dog comes around, and she just plants are on the ground. She's so frayed to stick it in like, no serious about the Clinton. Doing. Yeah. Life is a bit. It just turned into like a just turned into like an Oscar nominated..
"everett" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick
"No. And. The dog is the Instagram celebrity. Oh, have you been briefed? Well, I. Just about the judge just about the dog. I started like I initially move. I was going to start posting pictures of cats catches doesn't really do anything. Yeah. So then I started. On snapchat. I started drawing wieners on the cat. Well, the cat doesn't. Then the do doing anything. I can just draw dogs. Kitty cat chat y'all on on or near the cat. And but then I just decided like, and then a certain point. I I looked at myself in the mirror, and I'm like, you're in your forties. Is this really what you should be doing with your life? You know, your friend dam from the damn bent, Anthony. Yes. Yes. He likes to don's on phase two. This. This is very much line with the Dan Finnity that I know. I don't know what it is. It's just something about I enjoy the fact that the cat is just being a cat. Yeah. And has no concept that I'm drawing horrible things on. No fun, but a complete spoiled asshole house, you're done. Poppy is an angel. She's. Underscore the lease on this degrom dot com. She she is she's like a rescue rights issue when I got her. She was like all Trombley, and she's also Pommard inches default yet, but she just always been like a sweet little baby girl, but she is a former sex worker. So she. I don't have to go to national next week in some shows. And so my Mary hilson come with me as I think she's from the streets and Asheville rats national. So I want to try to find her family and go to the that. That's great. Do are you going to bring her do everywhere? Yeah. In business class, sometimes they like combined. They try to check her because I think she's a coca so fucking. Oh, that's true stuff in the overhead. Yeah. Fuck that. Did you believe something loud that to happen? That's crazy. I mean, if you're the owner just feeling I'm getting off this plane. This is insane. Because. Somewhere in your brain. You would have to run all the historical data, and I've never heard of a dog being put in a bin. But at some point like that there was just no oversight in that person's like, yeah. Okay. It seems fun. I don't know. That'd be said. I don't know. I don't know. How long the flight would it had to be for the for the dog drop? Do you? Don't you ever talk? Quiet, quiet. Okay. Actually, we don't do a lot of these New York and actually lives in New York. So. Ash actually are east coast guests. And so you know, she doesn't. But now is the now is the opportunity, but you guys know each other for years. We don't we met on this site. It's like, but for podcast booker's. Okay. Cool. So we met for coffee, and then she was like, okay. Take to the next level and book guests for your podcast. Yeah. But Booker BB. Okay. Are I think was the as the don't we gonna make that? That's a good idea. What they call like when girls get we'll sunk get dunked like, hey Hooker..
"everett" Discussed on The New Yorker Radio Hour
"Brought up. Plus, she won't bother anyone the plus one was Everett's dog. Poppy. Hello. I really brought plus two sorry about the skirt. And the bra it's a little peek of this people, then still fun. Welcome to the New Yorker festival. Now if that's not clear enough Bridget Everett runs. A little salty salt is the word. I guess so heads up some of this might be awkward with the kids around or with the parents around for that matter here, she is with Michael Schulman at the New Yorker festival where did ever is a singer and actress comedian, a cabaret star a force of nature and a way of life. She's performed everywhere from Carnegie Hall to Adelaide Australia. And of course, a Joe's pub where she appears regularly with her band the tender moment. She's been in the film's train wreck and Patty cakes. On TV and inside Amy Schumer and girls and starting October fourteenth. She starts on the new HBO comedy camping. Quote, the New York Times multiply the mouth the flesh jiggling early Bette midler by one hundred give her the giver, the super plus size figure and fashion sense of divine, the John waters diva and the manners of a Flintstone and you've got a rough approximation of Bridget Everett. Let's give her a hat. For that. That's good. Also can ask them starting? Yeah. You know a little bit. I can't I can't part with all of it. Because I'm on a Amman Amman a diet. You want my now? Okay. This is what they want you share. Okay. Let me know. Michael. I'm fine. A couple of years ago. I called you for an interview, and you were on a nude beach with Amy Schumer. Yeah. But we had a nice chat. And you described your your stage presence to me as quote a crazy maniac who doesn't get late enough. So I have to put my sexual energy somewhere. So. How much of that person that we see on stage? Is you how are you? Is there a different Bridget who is home in the end of the night and completely different. How do you contrast the two? Well, I feel like the longer I've been the more. I've been doing the stage Bridget in the wilder. She's gotten the sort of more the more. I'm like on the cows with my puppy, and I can't wait to I'm so happy to be here. But I can't wait to go home and get on the couch and just I like to watch documentaries and homeland, but there's no new season. So I had some time in my schedule. Also, I'm here. But I mean, it used to be like it's like when you're starting. It's like you just like you want people to to listen to you, right? And like, and I felt like I had to just go so wild and go so big and so crazy. But that's also kind of who I was. And of course, now, I'm forty six. So now, I'm not as I'm not as fun as I was in my twenties and thirties, but but the stage Bridget's Sylla's. You have an incredible ability to interact with your audience. I've just seen Joe's pub get whipped into a total frenzy..
"everett" Discussed on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen
"Trying to make friends go to death from Boston question. I love you so much. Hi, mark. I'm gonna be well show. I love everything question is March. Okay. Think that your mom? My senior her face point Trump ru per sex life. How juvenile probably improved her sex life. But the facelift is like the part two that's gonna improve sex life. Yeah. Heather peace said, Jennifer, garner comes across as such as sweetheart on social media. Is there anything annoying about her? She's a monster. These like beautiful who's gonna type body. She's I don't know. I just I I love her is that that's seems very lovable. Margaret piney creek to said why did Margaret wake up with a full face of makeup last week? Okay. I wrote so many tweets back about that. I'm lazy bitch. All right hands down. I'll go home tonight ending wake up like this tomorrow morning. Hey, I don't want to take off my makeup, right? I home. I get in the bed. Joan I wake up he wants to bang this in the morning. He doesn't want to go. No. Without? I get up in the morning like this. Joe's here who can blame you Joe. No Kathy Griffin used to have a routine about going to bed with their makeup on. She said she would save the makeup. She would sleep like this next week on the outside the jersey Theresa blames Melissa for Joe and his father's strange relationship. And it goes as smoothly as you would imagine take a look at this peak in Oklahoma. He's going to be hanging out with my dad. Net shot you when you're not around. He spent more time with them about everything for my parents e a little easier for you because you have a little extra time because you don't have to cater to your husband right now talk to him about it because he's gonna explode, and it's gonna be bad and you should make him not explode. Your like, your wife, your wife your wife? I want to be like insist your sister sister. So shut your mouth. That was that morning. Right. That was a rough morning. Correct. Right. Let's go to John from San Diego with the question for Bridget Everett. Hey, john. What's your question? You get your buddy from the Clayton. Fools. It's been too long questions for Bridget, Bridget if titties a name, what would it be? If you could give Margaret's Teddy's a name. What would they be? Every damn grow titties. Thank you. Let's go to Whitney from Virginia. Hey, Whitney, what's your question? Question is for Margaret first off? I want to say I love you and second off onto near you. Look amazing. Oh. For Margaret is where do you stand was sickie right now? I'll just put it this way. The girl hates my guts. She walked by hair salon where I get. I get my gals done. And she is like, you know, she runs in the other direction. She wants nothing to do. With me. I'm you know, she'd burn my house, she could probably. So it's not well. To quote, Theresa Theresa not, well Doreen, that's Sarindah. What am I saying too? Many too much noise in my head Bridget Adam g wants to know if you've heard from each yoursel since you serenaded his people magazine cover on Falun. I haven't here's the good news. I'm still available to I'm my computer every day. I will wait for a phone. Call text Email or something and available more than that. It's more than that. It's game time everybody. Bridget's name so many types of titties that she's basically the head of watch what happens live titty committee. But how will she stack up against a woman who hails from the actual birthplace of the phrase old lady with your fake and squirts heads out with tick tock titties, Margaret, Birgit you will each pass you will face each other and past hammered judges implant that can fourth while saying alternative words for the word Titi. Whoever is holding the implant when the thirty second clock runs out is a total boob. Do not break cameras must be plant. That is really implant. Okay. Thirty seconds on the clock. Go booby jobs phone bag cans jokes. I said that love melons did bags. That's crazy knockers Cancun's. That's. Oh, you said breasts beanbags fund bids. Oh, good talkie. It's gimmick..
"everett" Discussed on Up Or Out with Connie
"Oh well back and you're listening to wco in in i in joining us today is leslie everett now her businesses walking tall and leslie works would see sweet executives talent managers meeting planners sales directors and that's me the gamut of business leaders today who wanted to maximize their brand their investment in engage new klay into new partners and leslie is doing it also you want to check her out you wanna find air so leslie where where can people find you a one more about you yes care websites my hustle want us as a speaker and a coaches leslie everett dot com and leslie spelt elliot's l e y and everett ebay aol at t dot com and then they saw all training and consultancy side as well which is walking tall oak awadi great great at a level social year and youtube by spiral yeah you could fight you're good fighter federal overnight with a share more about that at the end of it of course when we put this out we broadcast we're going to him all of lesley is information everywhere so it is now time for the hotseat so leslie are you ready already okay okay so this is when we ask you questions to learn more about you and how you found the success that you have so our listeners can can engage in that and say i could do that so let's start really easy by what what's your favorite quote that quote that keeps you going every day um with them either they lie in a voice and my act and i think one of the things that keeps me going every days resilience be resilient as simple as that i was so easy with seventy things going on in a well to die and with with things going on in business and options to just give up too soon and i think but it is also being cognitive all when you do give up but resilience the may is keep going but recognize when it's time to change the direction to change the um the the way.
"everett" Discussed on The Hoop Collective
"That i mean our hossin but wait there's more there's more so i mean i didn't like the idea that you wouldn't be with us so i have a picture of you from heat island that we're putting in the studio as we speak and i can document this and then also in addition to the picture of amine who can't be here in person for the podcast i brought cranberry sauce why is that relevant told me this is the only ones voters all podcast weight and i are no one can see these you can say i have a roast turkey here and mrs the hurling cans i'm gonna show this on the internet's everett two kinds of cranberry sauce because i wanna know if you prefer the fruit print at the smooth jelly cranberry sauce or the fruit pieces cranberries she actually has two things of cranberry sauce here that she produced i i went would wide like the this is going to be more to this right and this also brought this so i was that i was that the target last night concern argued i love the target and i i got the cranberry sauce and then i saw this and i thought what's in a can that just says pumpkin on the off stump kim loss but do you can pumpkin not to my knowledge of and you can create it has a picture of a pumpkin pie three but that's false advertising because you think there's a pumpkin pie in that can no no that would be worth the fund the pumpkin pie in the can.