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"frank grill" Discussed on Hollywood Unscripted

Hollywood Unscripted

08:41 min | 10 months ago

"frank grill" Discussed on Hollywood Unscripted

"I was GONNA ask originally. Are there any stories that surprised and now I have to ask how many of I mean they all did. They all surprise me. Part of what surprised. Me was the permissiveness. In terms of public outrageousness ourageous nece in misbehaving was just way out of measure with what I had imagined and with what it is now. I mean that these stars would pass out and super bowls and end up naked in pools with this regularity and did they were fine. They had reputations maybe but their careers didn't implode and they weren't torn torn apart in the press for it and they weren't not getting hired back and uninsurable or whatever that's different than it is now but I would imagine in large part that head to have contributed to the founding of the Hollywood coat both on screen and off. I mean onscreen. They were limiting. What could be shown in film but the exploits were certainly the talk of the town? Yeah Yeah I think so and I think that there was a kind of puritanical tightening up of how they wanted people to behave and how they wanted them to be represented in. The code was was enforced to do that. We talked earlier about how the start of talkies meant that. Suddenly you had scripts. You had to have lines that had to be memorized memorized. And well. That's another point to which I didn't bring up is that you did have to do more work in preparation and remember your lines and that also maybe put some limits on the revelry But what other changes happened over the years in terms of how Hollywood was partying. Well I mean I think a big change that happened was people shooting on location much more and the of moving equipment and the desire to go to different locations and film in some ways that started early and chaplain was doing that and people were doing that but for for a lot of the years it seems to me. The first half of the last century so much production was happening in town on studio lots so kept all the actors in town. They lived here. They worked here. And in that way they went out to these places Chasen's and Romanovs encierros and the Polo Lounge and Brown Derby. They were just places were they knew they would be sort of welcomed and protected and also seen and then they would find each other there and so in that way. I think it was a hard charging community that it it may be became less so over time when people could live in different places and when worked for months in New Orleans or in you know Atlanta arm wherever aside from personalities you talked about the places that are now institutions but back then were not you mentioned garden of Allah a famous famous hotel. Yeah and the Beverly Hills Hotel which when it was built was almost a disaster for the owner because nobody was living in Beverly Hills what he did he couldn't get people to come out that far. I I mean one of the things that was interesting for me and moving to Hollywood in writing about these places was looking for ones that were still around and not so many of them are I mean the Beverly Hills Hotel L. is and Musso and frank grill is but there's a lot of other places you know carneval as not cock and bull like different ones and yeah these contributed to partying being in it was an important ingredient in making it all happen. The book does talk about different places sometimes the case of the Brown Derby which had a cocktail the Brown Derby and whether they invented the cocteau himself so it was invented and named after them which is one of my favorite cocktails which is bourbon grapefruit juice and honey syrup or the cock and bull which he's credited with inventing the Moscow mule and had to do with the fact that the owner of the cock and bull was making and distributing his own brand of ginger Beer and he found himself saddled with too many cases of SMIRNOFF and he had a surplus of his own brew that he was hoping wouldn't go bad and so in this sort of desperate Britt did he kind of poured it all together. He decided he often just mix my remaining ginger beer with this vodka and added some lime and served it up and he served served at actually in the copper Mug and one of the actors who hung out. There was a great character actor Roderick Crawford who is through giant man and a big drinker and he apparently was the first customer former to give it a try. He liked it a lot. He said it had a bit of a kick to it. So that's how the Moscow mule was born the drink with the velvet kick before we wrap any other stories stories that you want to share with us. Well I could read a fun. One about Ava Gardner. There's a lot of men who were hard drinking and big screen personalities. In that way but there I also a lot of women who were having their own fun in wild time in Ava Gardner has perhaps my favorite quote in the entire book. A party isn't a party without a drunken bitch lying in a pool of tears which may be configured for your New Year's party probably not a good goal to shoot for now when I think about it though. The story and Ava Gardner all region that we had a wonderful time. That was all she would say. Ava Gardner during Frank Sinatra had met before years ago at Macondo back when she was still married to Mickey Rooney Sinatra had led with soft open something to the effect of wishing he'd gotten to her. First Gardner found him charming. They bumped into each other a few times thins at various nightclubs. There's even been a dinner date once after. She'd left Artie Shaw. They kissed a bit at the end of the evening but Sinatra was still married to Nancy and had kids so she hadn't let it get too far. This time though is different. They were at Daryl's Gerald Xanax. House in Palm Springs for a party. It was fall. Nineteen forty nine Sinatra. As usual was flirting with her crazy she put up with it for a while then reminded him once. He got too pushy that he was still married now. He insisted he and Nancy were finished for good in seeing as he was now available would he be interested in going for a drive. Gardner grabbed a fifth of whatever for the road. While Sinatra quite famously had a predilection for Jack Daniels to garner the tape of booze hardly mattered. It all tasted like hell to her. Anyway so bottling hand. She climbed into Sinatra's Cadillac convertible in the two of them sped off into the desert night. swigging all the way by the time they came to it was stop in the little town of the streets were deserted Sinatra pulled her clothes they kissed and kissed and at some point during their escalating passion Sinatra reached into his glove compartment in pulled out a gun scratch that he pulled out two guns both Smith and Wesson thirty eight naturally. They began to shoot up the street lights hardware store window several rounds that ended up who knows where Sinatra hit the accelerator and they kept on shooting all the way back to the highway. It was a few hours later. When Sinatra Actress Publicist Jack? Keller received a phone call from the police station. They had a story that hasn't yet reached the press. Not just a story about frank. Sinatra's drunken arrest but a story of his drunken arrests while out with famous actress who wasn't his wife in if Keller wanted to keep it under wraps he would need to get to India fast. The police back then were so much more. Amenable Keller immediately called a friend who managed the Hollywood knickerbocker hotel borrowed thirty thousand dollars and took a charter flight out of Burbank. By early morning he paid off anyone. You want who might have been inclined to talk the cops. The hardware store owner some poor drunk schmuck who'd been grazed by one of the bullets Sinatra and Garner were released without further incident Gardner for her part denied. Any of this ever happened. When she returned to the house he was renting in Palm Springs and her older sister Baffi asked how her night with Sinatra had been all she would say was? We had a wonderful time so I guess the bottom line is for our whole show have a great time on New Year's Eve. Just oh get caught. The book is Great. I do recommend it is available on Amazon and elsewhere of all the GIN joints stumbling stumbling through Hollywood history Mark Bailey. Thank you so much for joining us on this special New Year's Eve episode. I'm thank you you know. Thanks fun to tell these stories stories and I think New Year's is a good time to go out and have some fun and let loose a little bit. I recommend it quite like these folks did but you know I hope everybody has a good time. Fine thanks for joining us. Hollywood unscripted is created by Kurt commedia and presented in cooperation operation with the Malibu Film Society. This episode was hosted by Scott to law school. West Bailey producing edited by Jenny. Curtis Sound Engineering Nehring by Michael Kennedy recorded at CO media's Malibu podcast studios the executive producer of Hollywood unscripted is Stuart Halperin. The Hollywood unscripted the theme song is by Celeste. And Eric please rate review and subscribe to this podcast. Thank you for listening and have a happy new year.

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"frank grill" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"frank grill" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"My detention time you know here the government clearly the Opeth I'll just use that don't count me at night when it's really gay the trump administration is expected to appeal the ruling click get this guitar KNX ten seventy newsradio the democratic controlled house has passed a resolution aimed at repealing president trump's emergency declaration at the southern border the vote in the house was two thirty six to one forty four to override the emergency declaration which permitted the president to divert government spending from other sources for his wall project some three point six billion dollars in military construction projects has now been earmarked for wall construction all of it done without the approval of Congress the Senate passed the resolution earlier this week with eleven Republicans joining forty one Democrats voting in favor Mr trump who vetoed a similar resolution in March is expected to do so again bill right top CBS news Capitol Hill and a classic location on Hollywood Boulevard sits in a comic restaurant and the move SO in Frank grill was surrounded with admirals at admirers and friends on its one hundredth birthday the restaurant with the donors and partners on hand stretching back for generations was honored by the Hollywood chamber of commerce with the first ever Hollywood award of excellence people swap stories about the legend to be eaten and drunk there Frank Sinatra Steve McQueen marilynmonroe Humphrey Bogart Quentin Tarantino and many more actor restaurateur Danny trails been coming since the nineteen sixties says the secret of the restaurants longevity is its practice of welcoming everyone like family plus some favorite dishes they got the absolute best eggs Benedict.

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"frank grill" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

01:48 min | 1 year ago

"frank grill" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"Hollywood restaurants turns one hundred Sims so in Frank's grill got a special honor on this special day it's whether to economic up turns and down turn seen Hollywood in LA change and evolve cater to the likes of Frank Sinatra Marilyn Monroe Orson Welles Gore Vidal Keith Richards and countless others they came to Marshall in Frank for the food and the feeling they were in a home away from home Vanity Fair writer Michael Callahan has written the definitive history of the restaurant told the crowd gathered for a celebration to truly understand that you had to do a little more than just walk through the door you had to be smart to know what most one Frank offered because it's best dish wasn't on the menu is served up a particular warm a singular kind of sloppy glamour the didn't pose for pictures once you win in the only thing you could think of was housing to kick it back and today the Hollywood chamber of commerce made a little more history of so by giving it the first ever Hollywood award of excellence Dimitry okay and extend seventy newsradio the new Lakers are rested and ready to start a new season so many moves for the Lakers this offseason but lebron James wasn't about to start predicting something crazy like a championship I'm very motivated but I right now not in talking about a moat. very quiet is summer for reason and my mother always told me they'll talk about to be about it. man so that's where I'm at the fact that James ended this past season early without a post season well it might actually work in their favor according to new coach Frank Vogel I would think that it is going to have him come into the season is as fresh as he's coming to a season in many many years and you know that's good news for us and bad news for the rest of the league yeah we'll see how that all plays out Lakers first preseason game is Saturday October fifth Randy Gordon can't extend seventy newsradio..

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"frank grill" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

03:07 min | 1 year ago

"frank grill" Discussed on KCRW

"Live from NPR news in Washington I'm Lakshmi saying house speaker Nancy Pelosi is accusing Attorney General William Barr of going rogue the justice department under fire for its handling of a whistleblower complaint alleging president trump sought Ukraine's help with his reelection the administration's also under scrutiny for moving an electronic record of the call this summer with Ukrainian leader to a server typically used for highly classified intelligence matters Lucy says she thinks there's no cover up of a cover up she tells MSNBC an impeachment inquiry is justified he will say that may when the chain right engine remind the fax change the situation and they cannot be ignored trump denies allegations that he held up hundreds of millions of dollars in military aid to Ukraine as leverage to get Ukraine to dig into the dealings of political rival Joe Biden and his son Israel's prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu is still in the process of trying to form a coalition government new musical of explains why this is proving to be an up hill battle for the Israeli leader litany Alexis support in parliament to form a governing coalition so far he has the backing of fifty five lawmakers when he needs sixty one that any wants his challenger by any chance of the centrist blue and white party to join forces with him but Khan says refusing over the legal cases against at Yahoo next week Israel's Attorney General is scheduled to consider charging the prime minister on allegations of bribery fraud and breach of trust. that's new me several off reporting you're listening to NPR news from KCRW on cherry Glaser with this local news update California is firing back at the trump administration over claims that the state is failing to protect its waters from pollution in a letter to governor Gavin Newsom yesterday EPA administrator Andrew Wheeler say California is out of compliance with federal water quality laws he says partly because of worsening problem with homelessness in large cities like Los Angeles and San Francisco among other things we were says untreated human waste may be draining into the ocean Anne gave California thirty days to produce a detailed plan to address the problems Jared Blumenfeld is the head of California's EPA he says wheelers letter is filled with gross inaccuracies California has stronger than federal regulations when it comes to protecting our rivers and streams and beaches and our drinking water so we we have some of the strictest laws on the books a spokesman for governor Gavin Newsom call this latest move on water pollution political retribution against California plain and simple California's filed more than fifty lawsuits against the trump administration many of them dealing with environmental policy. restaurants come and go but on Hollywood Boulevard Mouzone Frank grill is here to stay the renowned institution celebrates its one hundredth anniversary today over the past century the restaurants hosted the best and brightest of Hollywood from Phil stars like Charlie Chaplin and Humphrey Bogart to literary icons like F. Scott fitzgerald and William Faulkner so what's kept the restaurant business since nineteen nineteen we just keep it very authentic to.

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"frank grill" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

02:30 min | 1 year ago

"frank grill" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"Away with cash and other valuables one moment has been killed another is in the hospital with non life threatening injuries after a pre dawn attack your Procter and gamble distribution center in Marino valley no word yet on any suspects being on the invite or arrested in riverside county sheriff's deputies responded to an assault report just after four AM from the two victims on because most read just north of Procter and gamble their complex and iris Avenue there were also some the shell casings found on the ground in the nearby area almost one out of five high school students across California I thought about killing themselves at some point that's one of the disturbing findings in a study by the southern California news group of students survey done by school districts up and down the state most but not all California districts carry out these surveys which also ask students about men. other issues including drug use bullying and whether they've seen any weapons on their campuses. ten ten ten more parents movement of their involvement in the college admissions scandal are said to be sent and starting this week and at least some of them are expected to have some time behind bars actress Felicity Huffman recently got a two week sentence for her role in the scandal and many of the other parents who pleaded guilty actually paid more than her trying to get their kids into a particular college but the judge in this case has said future sentences will not be based on the amount of money involved. an iconic Hollywood restaurant is celebrating its one hundredth birthday this week in the celebration starts this morning even if you've never dined at Mousseau and Frank grill on Hollywood Boulevard you've no doubt seated in scores of movies or heard of it's a list clientele now a new book tells its story like never before it really does take you through a journey of the restaurant in Hollywood in the history but it does that such a fabulous way to restaurants but in markets various family for four generations it opened in nineteen nineteen our actual hundredth birthday is Friday September twenty second which we are actually getting a very crispy used the word from the Hollywood chamber of commerce in a word of actual basically a star that's right on our property right in front of our door family will reveal more details about the movie's someone Frank book a bit later today Emily Valdez can extend seventy newsradio premature coming right up ten westbound connector to the five gonna crashes blocking a lane of the transition will help you through the checking drive in less than three minutes seats stand well let's say you just bought a house bad.

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"frank grill" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

04:13 min | 1 year ago

"frank grill" Discussed on KTRH

"A mere Jay Z. dot com and save we are professional right I usually take I. ten west but lately that's been a nightmare G. T. R. each time saving traffic next on the ten year goal he pushed very angry last night not angry angry look like he was hungry hungry for a win in angry though not string to that I don't know what his hamstring was bothering him last night not a lick so I think we're in good shape there speaking of angry I get a little angry sometimes for some good southern cooking I see you blog yesterday about chicken fried steak curious you know it to me I don't do other states have chicken fried steak not to not to the extent that we do our own called southern then I'd call it Texas yeah I would agree with you on that I think any place that prides itself on being a diner or cafe or any sort of variety there of has just started a certain kind of innocently yet we don't we broadcast Facebook live every day and I was talking with the Facebook crowd and they were telling me about at cafe that was opening up in the free canyon and I said will does your cafe have chicken fried steak because to me if it doesn't it's not really a cafe is not a Texas cafe I think she pretty quickly answered hell yes she said the best yeah and I loved it because she was watching as a Facebook from San Antonio and her name is Dallas okay and he's opening this cafe in the free who you know valley canyon and I thought wow now I'm I have tried and then everybody on Facebook kept telling us and I ask you this question is the chicken fried steak if it doesn't have great hello so have gravy yeah I think so you know what I in I think gravy makes it I think the gravy the gravy is the these the ingredients either makes or breaks the chicken fried steak or chicken fried chicken which is why it was just funny because it's you know it's you typically cream gravy rather than a beef type of gravy yes so you're putting something that you think of with biscuits or fried chicken on top of a fried steak and sometimes it's a combination you know maybe that's where the chicken fried comes in and sometimes it can be really bland you know yeah sometimes it doesn't have a whole it has to be homemade what does you know going to be rich to be right it's gonna be flavored with more than salt to my personal favorite I'm that don't intend to give well I guess I am given a free plug my personal favorite so far is the Republic grill they got some really good chicken fried steak and chicken fried chicken the great he's very flavorful well I hate to say it you know but I love chicken fried steak that's obviously get a look at me sometimes what's the best you head here in Houston I don't want to say that why because there is a but does is that it there's a bunch of places have really great chicken fried steak but okay there's a little restaurant called we seize we may make them worse we check inside steak and so it is Frank's grill okay steak house in rural marketable down we easy's yeah yeah it excuse to go and get some five forty two now Saddam is try to perfect making it you even try to bring some homemade chicken fried steak well now it's got to be in hot water yeah I couldn't get in him bring it in yeah one read it is often a good on the read five forty three this take a look at traffic and weather together dang I'm hungry now got my check mmhm chicken fried steak yeah we're looking right now I think the nine year east tex freeway coming in from liberty county they chicken fried steak up there south bound from new Caney no problems now past grand parkway yeah we look good I down past the beltway mashed potatoes and couple of star vehicles right there right before cross timbers and then lore copy but they're out of the way billions easy twenty one minutes why countries on the north freeway I forty five from woodlands parkway that's easy twenty three minutes I do have a stall right their ranking no big what in fact you're getting by that just by twenty three of what's at twenty four now into downtown and your hardy toll road not necessary but if you want to do it it's wide open I'm sky Mike in the Gulf coast windows dot com twenty four hour traffic center yeah don't forget the third cobbler there for users he stood and fried steak you just heard sky might all the way through that is he's got the whole menu ready.

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"frank grill" Discussed on Bigmouth

Bigmouth

04:43 min | 1 year ago

"frank grill" Discussed on Bigmouth

"There's a four hour as well four submit summit. Oh no i'm all at once upon a time in hollywood is a poor outcome can come. I'd i'd be afraid to bring in civil. Bring the interval and the ice cream and the ad for curry house and the need for the first time we went to an outdoor cinema in greece in the nineteen ninety s. The film that they had that was in english was clueless clueless. We were watching and just halfway through the middle of it just stalled. I thought that projector and then just everybody you know for gaspar have to change the rules in all films changing the realist was lovely a new band to basically power smoke fifty fogs and then just projections ruined another thing to change something about the mood with midsummer. Wouldn't it now mid so at this. I watched it in a very sparsely attended theater and i have to say did not come across as a comedy. It's all there was some sort of gasps gasps of sort of <hes>. You're horrified laughter but i think everybody sort of a pact cinemanow's. We're rolling in their house. It's hilarious. Why do you think that is because there are moments. That are objectively possibly for me. I think it's thought sense that it might be a bit wrong to laugh at certain things and if he's his teaching on the edge of being p._c. Or being too dog on mean-spirited then you almost need a crown do to help you make the decision to push you into that loft zone you if you choose one of these five fee front runner a half time twenty nine thousand nine. I'm going to get the big smoke yeah. I really folks might as well. I'm sorry thanks i. I'll tell you a hilarious story big smart as long before which was <hes> to see it in they sit on the hottest day of the year we in the thinking it'd be lovely and cooling. I on the air conditioning broke on the theater. Manager came in half way through inside. Yes you guys will probably quite hall. Everybody was basically just men lose like the nazis. He's at the end of <hes> indiana jones and <hes> then he said. Do you want to go and get your money back or do you want to discontinue what will give v._8. Free vouchers and everybody was like basically had just been guantanamo d- through hate just jones just finish the thing so i need to watch it again with actually thinking thinking of going to be desiccated taught you movie watching forward and that's the end of the show which means closing time chatter. What will i guess be discussing over a bloody remarry at the muslim frank grill with dalton and cliff booths anna so there's a survey this week <hes> from kasumi dot com about <hes> one thousand people were survey to find out their favorite trilogies of all time and it's very interesting to see what different age groups have voted for so the baby boomer's voted for the godfather in indiana jones millennials and generation x the lord of the rings was the best at my favorite back future comes at number eight which i'm very disappointed about oh back to the future all wrong stalls mathematic number three the ordering comes out top overall then pirates of the caribbean and for goodness sake october g never ends all non on the known will they gain one two three and bracket so they're actually not no actually just choosing one end of two three so you can go like indiana one-two-three jurassic park. Should you be so inclined one-two-three <hes> interesting for me as from host. We have no female lead trilogies. He's here and you could have gone for bridget. Jones could hunger games. You could've alien excuse me shout which is amazing bechtol test bits. Get away from her you bitch and why is that so she accommodates shocker yes terminates a is the number nine three <music> our closing time chatter toasting time chatter is i was reading on bbc website on a whole. Can you give me the use of the full. Stop in what top is route so young people apparently ah they don't send along tax they will send <hes> individual tax are based on their individual thoughts to throw in yet to fill throw in a field. Stop is not considered really because you don't use it so if you throw in a full stop that's kind of cheetah. Everyone are trying to to make a point to the field stop. L. has been counseled.

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"frank grill" Discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

03:35 min | 1 year ago

"frank grill" Discussed on Fresh Air

"Most personal and resonant film that Quentin Tarantino has made in years that might be an odd thing to say about a story that tackles the Charles Manson murders and gradually builds intention before erupting and scenes of astonishing violence but Tarantino's down and dirty b-movie world operates by its own emotional logic and there's a tenderness in a melancholy colleague this movie unlike anything he's done since Jackie Brown like that great nineteen ninety-seven film once upon a time in Hollywood is both a love letter to L._A.. And a bittersweet rumination on failure regret Leonardo Arrow DiCaprio plays Rick Dalton in actor who wants starred in a popular TV Western in the fifties and early sixties but whose career has since stalled. He's like a parallel universe version of Clint Eastwood who never made it big he lives in a mansion on Cielo drive that he may not be able to afford for much longer and he looks with envy at his next door. Neighbor's Roman Polanski the hottest director in town and his actress wife Sharon Tate Rick Leans heavily on cliff booth his loyal stunt double and best friend played by Brad Pitt while this is the first time DiCaprio and pit have appeared on screen together their natural rapport suggests they've been doing this forever rick drinks and mope surround and bemoans his failure and cliff pulls him out of his funk again and again cliff is a good guy to have around when things get tough he even holds his own in a fight on set with Bruce Lee played amusingly but to briefly by Mike Mo but cliff also has a dark side died a violent past that frightens some of Rick's colleagues like Randy a stunt coordinator played by Kurt Russell Rainy. I'm asking you to help me out man the answer the answer is no the answer is no not not no excuse him in India McLaughlin picture. I can't afford to hire a bunch of guys that smoke cigarettes and sit around talking to each other all day on the chance that I might use them. I got a former team here rick. I need more than that. I got to get it approved route. I gotTA look after my. Hey if you're doing to better match for me. I'd say okay you got me but that's not the case in note he he's a great match. You could do anything you want them. Don't throw them off a building a lot of fire with flanking right. Get Creative. Do whatever you want. He's happy for the opportunity. I don't dig him and I don't think the vibe he brings us. Few directors are as passionately committed to their own movie love as Tarantino and here he gives us a playfully warped through the looking glass vision of L.. A. Spotlighting classic locations nations like Hollywood's legendary Musso and Frank Grill and the now closed van nuys drive in the fabulous production design is crammed with Golden Age Movie Memorabilia some real and some fake but this is also Tarantino's most most relaxed movie in a while and although it may test your patience with its languid rhythms and low key hang out vibes every moment of it pulses with feeling it's also an unusually sensitive movie about actors and their insecurities ricks drunken breakdowns on the set are contrasted with a subplot centered on Sharon tate played by a luminous Margot Robbie. There's a beautiful scene when Sharon goes to the theater in Westwood and.

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"frank grill" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

03:23 min | 1 year ago

"frank grill" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"A hundred nine hate crime charges against the man accused of the deadly shooting at a synagogue, not only is nineteen year old John Ernest facing charges for the attack inside the of power on the last day of Passover that killed one person and injured three others. But he's also charged with an earlier arson at a mosque in Eskin Dido this federal complaint alleges that these crimes were explicitly motivated by hatred toward the Jewish and Muslim communities. US attorney Robert brewer it also alleges that the defendant posted a manifesto online in which he claimed to be inspired by other hate motivated killers. It's possible that Ernest could face the death penalty as a result of the federal charges. Margaret, caro- KNX ten seventy NewsRadio deli PD federal task force. Now combing. Through nearly a thousand weapons sees a home. Be hills man Samantha was arrested. Fifty-seven-year-old Gerard sayings posted bail of fifty thousand dollars was released from central jail. In the meantime, LAPD detectives from the gang are cutting section of agents from the bureau of alcohol, tobacco and firearms are cataloging and matching serial numbers and track down the ownership of weapons found in the home, including almost four hundred handguns at another five hundred plus long rifles and shotguns. Here's apparently strong evidence at saints who had a federal firearms license may have been both selling or transporting non-registered assault weapons or altering our manufacturing firearms from parts shipped in for other states without notifying, California authorities. It's a toss up of or this'll be a state or federal prosecution and the answer may not come for some weeks. In the meantime, say remains free on bail in downtown LA. Pete Demetrio KNX ten seventy radio New York City judge is allowing police disciplinary case to move forward against a white officer charged in the two thousand fourteen chokehold death of a black man. Eric garner. Judge Joan Matt and clear the way. For the disciplinary to begin on Monday for officer, Daniel panatela or Pantaleo garner was unarmed and his please of breathe became a rallying cry against police brutality. The judge rejected penalty heels contention that a police watchdog agency lacked jurisdiction to bring the case because grew out of a complaint by woman who gave questionable accounting event. Judge Manton says it's been nearly five years since this tragic incident, the garner family, the police officer and the public should have resolution of issues involved in this trial garner refused to be handcuffed after police stopped him for selling loose untaxed cigarettes, the city of San Francisco can continue its legal fight against PG and E the city wants utility to lower its rates in refund. Millions of dollars at says Pacific Gas and electric overcharged for electricity. When PG file for bankruptcy earlier this year, it stalled the court battle. But a judge is now lifted the litigation hold and case can move forward and stork Hollywood eatery. About to do something hasn't done since nineteen fifty five Musso and Frank grill is expanding by adding three new private dining rooms, they've been in the works since moose owes for decade now and two of the spaces will be able to hold large groups of up to one hundred people the restaurant on Hollywood Boulevard turns one hundred this year and the rooms will open after their centennial celebration in late September. It's two forty four. And there's a crash in industry..

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"frank grill" Discussed on Grumpy Old Geeks

Grumpy Old Geeks

02:51 min | 1 year ago

"frank grill" Discussed on Grumpy Old Geeks

"And that's that. Yeah. I mean, we do have people like Mike Massimino, they can go brute force and fix the Hubble when we need it. But you know, this makes it a little bit easier. But it's really cool is really cool. I like this science science. And now this one is a is a bit of a head scratcher, and this one I'm just going to say this one ruined my day because as I was reading this article, I was having my breakfast which included bacon. So take it away. Because I I don't know if I can eat bacon anymore. Well, it isn't just you this as messing with. We're talking about religious people. We're talking about scholars we're talking about ethicists. This is a bit of a. People aren't quite sure what to make this yet. But scientists have restored some function in the brains of dead. Pigs. Hours after the animals were killed in the slaughterhouse Yale University research team was able to basically restore brain activity. Now, they're careful to say that none of the brain's regained the kind of organized electrical activity associated with consciousness or awareness yet. But the experiment did describe again, this was also a nature a surprising amount of cellular function could be preserved or restored. So this is obviously got some staggering implications. Because it kind of moves the goalpost as to what dead might actually be. Yeah. I don't like this. I don't like this at all. Unless they can plug into a USB port after I kicked the bucket. But you know, that's that's where this will probably head. So let's see Nita Ferenci who studies the ethics of emerging technologies at Duke law school said this is mind blowing my initial reaction was shocked its groundbreaking discovery. But also really fundamentally changes a lot of what the existing beliefs are in neuroscience about the irreversible loss of brain function. Once there is a deprivation of oxygen to the brain interesting. Yeah. This explains laya being out there loading back. Way to bring that one home about seventeen episode later callback. It's what we do. Wow. I'm just saying I have to take a moment. Okay. Well, this one is for my A people my favorite restaurant in the world is turning one hundred this year Musso and Frank's grill have you? You've obviously been millions of times. Is my favorite hangover spot because I used to live a couple blocks away for many years and referred to the show, Robert Fogerty. And I would stumble down there like we had dead pig brains and on Saturday mornings and go get our eggs Benedict on I have to recommend multiple things. Eggs Benedict is fantastic. It's the best eggs Benedict in Los Angeles. Also tomato soup is or none the best you can get anywhere. And they haven't ten page MARTINI menu..

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"frank grill" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

02:34 min | 1 year ago

"frank grill" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Sullivan, KTAR news. Seventy two degrees are expected high today with partly cloudy skies, partly cloudy tonight with a low forty seven and partly cloudy tomorrow with a high seventy weather is brought to you by Howard air. KTAR news time is five forty three. Arizona's morning news news flash. I'm Jamie, west with three things you need to know. Right now. Solve river. Police officer was killed during a traffic. Stop in the loop one on one last night. More on that story next. Arizona congressman Andy Biggs tells KTAR President Trump hit a home run with his border security address last night because he talked about needs beyond just a wall. I'll have more reaction to the speech at six KTAR is in education. A new survey finds a quarter of the teaching positions in Arizona have not been filled the school year and nearly four thousand positions are filled with teachers who do not meet standard requirements. You're never more than fifteen minutes away. From today's top stories on Arizona's news station. KTAR news. KTAR in-depth, you know, I was just thinking about this, Jamie. So I've been back to work now. This is my third day since the holiday break, the first guest that I we had here on KTAR since I came back was Frank millstone, right? Colonel Frank grill said talking about they had a GPS talking about how dangerous our roads have been just since the start of the year, you know, at that point on Monday. It was eleven fatalities the DP had been investigating and he talked about how easy it is to get distracted on the road and not pay attention in L, these things and guess what that is. So true. Here is the chief of the Salt River police department our chief our back reminding everybody about that move over law when you see flashing lights, whether they be law enforcement or somebody who's broken down the side of the road. Whatever it is. You're supposed to move over get over please drive safely. When you see our law enforcement officers on the side of the road conduct. Business conducting a traffic stop, please. Give them enough space drive safely pay attention while driving because the the effects of not doing that. Could be incredibly deadly as this this this Clayton Townsend officer with the Salt River police department was killed last night during a traffic stop hit by a car. Thankfully, this person. At least stuck around wasn't a hit and run. But man when you find out about this officer, it just becomes even that much more tragic. A wonderful husband to his.

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"frank grill" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

05:59 min | 1 year ago

"frank grill" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"Shelton from his early days. Dr Ross you're on the Michael berry show. Go ahead. Hey, go ahead. Dr Rogge Birmingham, Alabama great. Go ahead. I lost my little girl two years ago. My first rescues, and she was a smartest soya's little dog. I've ever had. I never know never knew that. I could love a dog that much. It is amazing. You wouldn't believe? The messages I have received from people this week. About. A dog that they miss from the past once lost and and the deep and abiding love for that dog because dogs. There's so many things. So many shiny things that we chase in this world. And we forget the wonderful beautiful simple things around us. Until they're gone. And then we realize those illusory shiny things that we've been chasing. They do not satisfy us. They do not complete us. They did not make us whole, and they are not wholesome. That what matters most. I don't think there's anything that's important in this world that wasn't in this world one hundred years ago. Or two hundred years ago. The love and loyalty of adult. The deep and abiding love of your family. Deep and abiding committed friendships. Satisfaction at hard work. Having accomplished a goal. I think that what has happened is that the tools to help us accomplish more have become accomplishments in themselves. And so we try to we we we seek. Fulfillment in the tools is they're just tools, social media technology phones. Computers, even automobiles they're just tools. They're just a tool to transport us or to communicate. They're never the end in and of themselves. They are not lasting their ephemeral vapor that will be gone, but what matters are the things that existed before computers or technology or anything that could be manufactured in China. That's what matters, and we don't typically know that until we don't have it because you don't time for your apple phone when you move to the next level, and you don't pine for your, ipad, or even your social media account. When at some point Jack kicks you off. All right. Some point Zuckerberg steals all your information and leaves you Solis and you decide I'm not populating his site anymore. I'm not making him rich anymore. I'm not letting him mind my information. This was a one way street not didn't see it. This was more bad than good. And I think that it's it's our most meaningful shows our deepest connection with our listeners are when we talk about parenting. Talk about our spouses when we talk about our parents, we talk about our childhood our friendships adoption dogs. Cornbread fried chicken. Her. Go ahead. Hey, Michael honor to speak to you. You are the best. I am a transplant from Houston retired up here in Lake Geneva, Wisconsin, and I have a story about my dog from sixty six to about sixty nine. His name was Frank, and this echoes back to the police officer that spoke a little earlier and back then we named Frank after Franks grill and telephone road because we live down a new metro, Brooke. Forty five. Sure, and Frank it. You can get. Kind of a visual pitcher of Frank. He was a like a Basset hound. Wiener dog. I e a big body little short legs. I love Basset hounds. To my wife does not call. Weiner dogs Weiner does because they didn't call them Weiner dogs in India. And she doesn't even call them dash ounce, which is what we call them here. She calls him, doc Schuman's, she she pronounces it like German. So she was some low look at that adorable. Dachshund just cackle every time. Oh, there you go. Good story. Thank you for sharing, Debbie. Go. Michael. I just wanna say, you're awesome. Amazing. And I love you. And my brother was a sheriff's deputy. He died last year as well. My sister-in-law, and I had to bury both of them, and they were such fans of yours. I just wanna say merry Christmas. And we love you. Thank you sweetheart. I'm sorry. I'm sorry to hear that. And I'm sorry. We lost two of our dedicated loyal listeners, Debbie. Go ahead. Hi, the best in the world was buying Chesapeake Bay retriever name Walker. He was brought to Texas to be a show dog. But that wasn't to be his career. He retained me certified therapy dogs and reading education assistance dog. And he and I worked together for ten years talking probably about a thousand people live. That's amazing..

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"frank grill" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

05:59 min | 2 years ago

"frank grill" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Don't you? Little Blake Shelton. Early days. Dr Ross you're on the Michael berry show. Go ahead. Yep. Go ahead. Dr Iraq, Birmingham, Alabama great. Go ahead allows my little girl two years ago. My first rescues, and she was a smartest soya's little dog. I've ever had. I never no. I never knew that. I could love a dog that much. It is amazing. You wouldn't believe the messages I have received from people this week. About. A dog that they miss from past once lost and and the deep and abiding love for that dog because dogs. There's so many things. So many shiny things that we chase in this world. And we forget the wonderful beautiful simple things around us. Until they're gone. And then we realize those illusory Shani's things that we've been chasing. They do not satisfy us. They do not complete us. They do not make us whole, and they are not wholesome. That what matters most. I don't think there's anything that's important in this world. That wasn't in this world one hundred years ago. Or two hundred years ago. The love and loyalty of a dog, the deep and abiding love of your family. Deep and abiding committed friendships. Satisfaction at hard work. Having accomplished a goal. I think that what has happened is that the tools to help us accomplish more have become accomplishments in themselves. And so we try to we we we seek. Fulfillment in the tools. These are just tools social media technology foams computers, even automobiles they're just tools. They're just a tool to transport us or to communicate. They're never the end in another himselves. They are not lasting their ephemeral vapor that will be gone. But what matters are the things that existed before computers or technology or anything that could be manufactured in China. That's what matters, and we don't typically know that until we don't have it because you don't. Time for your apple phone when you move to the next level, and you don't pine for your, ipad, or even your social media account. When at some point Jack kicks you off. All right. Some points, Zuckerberg steals, all your information and leaves you Solis and you decide I'm not populating his site anymore. I'm not making him rich anymore. I'm not letting him mind my information. This was a one way street, and I didn't see it. This was more bad than good. And I think that it's it's our most meaningful shows our deepest connection with our listeners are when we talk about parenting. Talk about our spouses when we talk about our parents would talk about our childhood our friendships adoption dogs. Cornbread fried chicken. Her. Go ahead. Yeah. Michael honored to speak to you. You are the best. I am a transplant from Houston retired up here in Lake Geneva, Wisconsin, and I have a story about my dog from sixty six to about sixty nine. His name was Frank and this echoes back to the police officer that spoke a little earlier and back then we named Frank after Franks grill on telephone road. 'cause we live down a new metro, Brooke. Sure, and Frank it you can get. Kind of a visual pitcher up Frank. He was a like a Basset hound. Wiener dog. I e a big body little short legs. I love Basset hounds. To my wife does not call. Weiner dogs Weiner dogs because they didn't call them weird dogs in India. And she doesn't even call them dash ounce, which is what we call them here. She calls him, doc Schuman's, she she pronounces it like dirt German. So she was lo look at that adorable duck shoe and just cackle every time. There you go. Good story. Thank you for sharing, Debbie. Go. Michael. I just wanna say, you're awesome. And amazing. And I love you. And my brother was sheriff's deputy died last year as well. My sister-in-law, and I had to be about the them. And they were such fans of yours. Say merry Christmas. And we love you. Thank you sweetheart. I'm sorry. I'm sorry to hear that. And I'm sorry. We lost two of our dedicated loyal listeners, Debbie. Go ahead. Hi, the best dog in the world was buying Chesapeake Bay retriever named Walker. Brought to Texas to be a show dog. But that wasn't to be career. He retained me certified therapy dogs. Reading education assistance dog and I worked together for ten years. Probably about a thousand people live. That's amazing. Somebody.

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"frank grill" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

The Empire Film Podcast

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"frank grill" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

"Yes the third best evil dead film saba quote you can shove you subtext up your arse so do enjoy reading the heroin we have john wants talking about spiderman homecoming me a terry gilliam on his illustrious career we have frank grill it up as a lot of fun on best times worse at times uh through the show this bladerunner an is what if something else is this portent oh yes when you frequent talk about sorcerer hyun's 40th anniversary that's a great film and and then of course is the new sections well i don't edited though so whatever gad who cares is this not the first news new section of all grand joining together who cares who cares i don't edited now you make it up yeah but added lots of great stuff inside the the issue we have chris hemsworth than twelve strong we have an early look at early man and then stevens is this month's pointed milk and hey if you'd like dan stevens interviews you've come to the right place because he is this week's special guest he is of course welcome to the paul he's been on several times before he is very much our spirit animal former spurred on a malysz ib have to keep the position open case of the people would occupied he's a starve the guest downton abbey at a cracking near this year beauty and the beast and colossal kings close to my top10 and he's having a great time this week as charles dickens struggling to write a christmas carol aden the man who invented christmas and when he came to lend recently recent helen along to have a not her with him and i particularly like the big of added that this this interview were helen dropped some french history knowledge balm's on him out of nowhere because because helen she had explained his sean because you mellon sprints fronts tim exa to enjoy that.

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"frank grill" Discussed on Jim Beaver's Project Action

Jim Beaver's Project Action

02:31 min | 3 years ago

"frank grill" Discussed on Jim Beaver's Project Action

"Australia inspires of fresh take on life that sees the day mindset reflects in all that out that does especially in the menu outback steakhouse starts fresh every day to the flavors that are made screen crave enjoy mouthwatering stakes grilled chicken ribs fresh seafood and the world famous blooming onion all at affordable prices down under don't forget out backs unique cocktails winds premium liquors and pierre domestic craft the import and osce outback steakhouse has relocated and carry to 900 one walnut street across from carry high school see you soon mates one skills were about to experience action lucky as never before and sports celebrities bad assets and civilians lewis lease studio he's cnbc's project these tasks is going on jim beaver here come in asmara on gm beavers project action from the poorest razor studios exclusively on the podcast one network and back in the saddle for another week of podcast thanks all you guys for keep who keep tune in keep it is in business man we got a phone wanted today were dipping into uh dipping into the bed ask category uh from from hollywood i get i guess i should say but uh a frank grillo actor who is the lead in we'll men that is dropping on netflixing the twentieth of october right you're listening to this could be the 19th that could be the 20th the maybe wear after that but i gotta say i've seen this film it is one amazing film if you like driving if you like action movies willmann has you locked in loaded frank grill of doing a tremendous job with this it's about a bank heist gone wrong and he is the getaway driver can be fun to have him on the podcast today talking about that film and everything else he's done i mean he's a lead of the purge series he's been in prison break know the kingdom we talk about motorcycleracing talked about him in may and fighting i mean this guy is a true bad ass and what an honor it is to have a frank grillo on project atun man astute embodies everything that project action is about dirt bikes mma fighting action movies like this dude legit superstock catherine grow on.

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"frank grill" Discussed on The Down and Dirty Show

The Down and Dirty Show

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"frank grill" Discussed on The Down and Dirty Show

"Called six below miracle on the mountainous about a snowboarder gets trapped in the back country it's all true and survives for eight days in the wilderness fighting off wolves and everything else so it was awesome to hear his story eric is literally the real guy the guy josh hartnett playing him in the movie but uh he was going to the story was based off of totally true and good stuff man awesome interview on project action see no die tunes rape view subscribe to that one as well got tiffany stone from tort coming up frank grill always got a new movie called willmann dropping a net flicks this week he's my guest this week an actor frank griller you know him from the purge series prison break and now lead of willmann he's also fighter from the kingdom but awesome stuff with him as well so uh richer and catch up on all the stuff in project action in the down a dirty radio show right over there on itunes by hit that subscribe button and i'll even a rating and a review and now you know some other stuff going on this weekend formula drift the finale at irwindale crown on a chip and it was this sendoff for f d at irwin build the last event at the house adrift ever i'm sure the house on thursday night drifts uh still but man uh peter we take him a win weird die yoshiharu in james dean are rounded out the podium vaughn getting junior and frederick goswell a couple of friends of mine are finishing up there as well rounded out your top five but uh big shout out to a james deemed four his championship in fdp this year for several championship so good stuff we're gonna take a short break a comebacker lots more coming out you're on the down to thirty radio show powered by polaris razer.

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"frank grill" Discussed on The Fighter And The Kid

The Fighter And The Kid

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"frank grill" Discussed on The Fighter And The Kid

"Not now leading and gutted the wet wedding flowers on you know it's it's it's what men were on their fl of for weddings i'll holidays for weddings you mean like when you go to ecorse years a boot near two new a boot ten year booting here while honoring her that's you're gonna wears a boot near you clarified best groom blunts groom button boot news a boot near either way that look swede on a sedan didier looting we have not that nope that's not a that's a pure flower india tiny one that's not at none of odd let someone talking about man i am not willing flour my gut and chopra i don't know man you know don't you got buckles you gotta go hose allied i'm immigra frank grill us it'd be fun yet with for brings her million opinions that'd be alive opinions there but it's gonna be fun browse up my neighborhood a barbecue on saturday at record the tunes crawford fight to the food came out late anyways mis we intense crawford jesus christ but um they were talking about restaurants like they're foodies and they're talking about italian food and i was just like holed up their there with some new place on abbott i guess just crack and yet whether the new place an avid to travis from torino opened up what they're talking yeah and as have rahman place the no no there's an actual no no there is that place and there's another yet telling pat heard is not place to a small place small place on habit i get tough to get into any race ought to get in there yeah but i was a new year and what you bitches urban avia voto first of all they don't know me.

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