35 Burst results for "Gabriella"

San Francisco Voters Oust Three School Board Members

The Larry Elder Show

01:41 min | 4 months ago

San Francisco Voters Oust Three School Board Members

"Meanwhile, here, closer to California. There were recall election involving three school board members. Why were they facing a recall election? Well, Asian American voters were angered because the school board introduced a lottery system for high school called Lowell high school. Lowell high school probably the finest public high school in California always had an admissions based test. And as a result, the majority of the school board were Asian American kids. And that, of course, does not work under the dye narrative, diversity, inclusion, equity. So these three board members voted to have an emissions based upon racial representation. Also, while they were shutting down the school, the school board members spent a lot of time debating on how to rename schools and some of the historical figures that were threatened to be canceled, included but were not limited to Abraham Lincoln and the three other presidents on Mount Rushmore, a Spanish conquistador named Balboa, John Muir, the naturalist and Paul Revere the Revolutionary War figure, all of those faced having been canceled by the school board members and as a result, these three school board members. Allison Collins, Gabriella Lopez, and feluga, malinga. We're facing recall elections all three were recalled. 79% voting to oust Collins. 75% voting to oust Lopez 72% voting to remove

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San Francisco Voters Recall 3 Board of Education Members

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:07 min | 4 months ago

San Francisco Voters Recall 3 Board of Education Members

"A small piece of hopeful news good news out of San Francisco, the city has voted decisively. This is the voters. More than 70%. In a recall vote to throw out three of the members of the city school board. And the vote was not close. Allison Collins recalled by 78% to 21% Gabriella Lopez, 74% to 24%. Falga moliga recalled 71% to 27%. So this is massive majorities liberal majorities have decided to give these three scoundrels the boat. So you might ask, what's going on in San Francisco? Well, by and large, the city school board has been in complete, has kept the schools in complete shutdown. And parents are getting increasingly restless. My kids aren't getting a proper education. They're essentially being cognitively deprived for the larger part of two years when other schools gonna open, but instead of focusing on that, what the city school board was focused on is renaming the schools. Apparently, these three characters were leading a drive to rename a whole bunch of schools in San Francisco. The Abraham Lincoln school, the George Washington school, the Thomas Jefferson school that Theodore Roosevelt school, the Robert Louis Stevenson school, Nepal revere school all renamed, and the decision to rename them was taken literally in seconds. Apparently they had a sort of a research committee, the school names advisory committee, they did no real research. They did basically Google and Wikipedia. And they just decided, Abraham Lincoln, yeah, you freed the slaves, but who cares? You know, he was the American Indians didn't do very well under Lincoln. Boom, he's gone. And this was the methodology. No debate, no consultation with historians, no effort to sort of do a balanced assessment. The only time a balanced assessment came up as somebody said, well, wasn't Malcolm X kind of a racist in the early part of his career, and they were like, yeah, but he got better later. So what we're not gonna read. We're not gonna take his name off the

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"gabriella" Discussed on This Anthro Life

This Anthro Life

07:04 min | 9 months ago

"gabriella" Discussed on This Anthro Life

"Don't mean to spend another two years somewhere else makes sense. Yeah are you would know more than i would about these programs themselves but they're generally can be programs that will either mix them or like you do the same cut some time which is something i along the way to the said. That wouldn't getting a masters it's just go to the same place for the master's and the ph d. I guess is more What i should say which. I think it makes sense and i hope that more grad program. Maybe maybe a lot do that. I hope that more do that. Because it does make sense. Get along the way. If the point is the phd. It's a little weird to like. Get the master's plague somewhere else. But i hear not. I hope that that that like process goes well. You can fly in and on one level or thinking about this idea that there's the forensic side that you're in z. Bones is a contemporary show. I don't think she was doing archeology. So tell me a bit about that. That's sit there really interesting project. I was looking at my archaeological isotopic stuff in ancient place near near to my heart. I'm frame a little bit further away but as a fellow fieldworker from peru. This is super exciting. What are some of the similarities between like temporary forensics and by arc and what speaks to you more in life so i think that archaeology is specifically by work. But i would say archaeology in general. Because i have love cultural stuff in religion all i can't get enough of cultural end like classics classes. Like i can't take enough of them. Is what insights my Ity and will always fascinated me endlessly. I could read a ton. A million books on the subject of archaeology by working in the ancient past. I think our ancient relatives in human history human evolution is endlessly fascinating but what fuels me is forensics and the application of the skills to real life into affect real people. Sometimes i think for me. The disconnect thousands of years not discredits the work but doesn't make it as urgent like my work with forensics is really urgent and has direct effects when we give our reports or not that. I'm doing a lot of reports. But the general idea of that. When we come to determinations in the future like that will have immediate effects on people whether it's criminal justice or disaster related it has effects and the effects that ancient data has wanner overall understanding of human history. So i think for me. That's why like our human history will always excite me because we don't know there's still a lot to be learned but with forensics. I'm the one producing the answers. I've always said that to me in by archaeology. Like you have to create the questions. And i like coming up with the answers in forensic you would. I don't necessarily like coming up with the questions coming up with the answers. Which would sound weird. You think you come up with the question. You can come up with the answer. But i'd rather answer question that's given to me than come up with a question. I've always struggled with that. Which i guess is weird because i have two questions for my podcast. But that's how i feel. I switch Academically i've always felt better like open ended. Essay strikes craxi right about anything. You want my like so many things. I'd but i'm need question to answer any better. So that sounds to me. Is the enjoyment of solving a puzzle. Because there's a set of issues or conditions that are placed in front of you and we need to help figure out what the answer is. Or how do we solve that puzzle versus in the academic sense of studying something in india pastor. Honestly like if you're doing academic anthropology research it's not super different. You do have to make up the questions to even though keep trying to do something you have to make up a question that would be of anthropological interest for work. However i take it. You're saying i think she's super cool and interesting to think about for all of us how to approach problems as nether politics or social scientists in. It's like to have a problem presented that you get to solve or do you like to then basically pontificate in think over over the kinds of issues and the other thing that stuck out to me. Too is the sense of urgency or immediacy of the work of the result itself and so is solving a problem for somebody either. It's a person that's related to the that took place or even just for. I don't know the police department repair the state department of hires you for example but there's an urgency of that need. That's interesting too. That the implicit point there. Which i'm gonna i'll make explicit. You probably would agree in most listeners with agreed to is that oftentimes a lot of academic research itself might not be super problem solving oriented for some urgent. And that's okay. It doesn't doesn't. I'll have to be but there's both space for and need for the solving of the urgent problems right. Also why i put you in the atypical. Category of folks. That are doing anthropology because problem-solving is not often one of the main things that we get taught to do. A it's awesome bones has actually been a really good passport for people to say. Hey presence is really cool. I'm still waiting. Maybe i should just make the cultural anthro. Tv shows that people say hey. I want to do that too but just this idea too. I think it's quite interesting about. How do we take a problem. Based approach versus a asking questions based approach is. It's got me thinking in terms of how might we frame trying to share with other people. Yeah i think there's a lot of problems in the world right now whether they be social political environmental and i think i'm always at night in about while i can do to reduce my plastic use or Reduce linee consumption or increase my political awareness and active this. I think that's how we present anthropology as a solution to these problems like understanding humans and understanding our the way we work and the way we formed groups. I i keep thinking wire like people looking at all the on empires that have fallen in thinking about why they fell apart and like how very close our government is to that and why. We aren't really using anthropology as a tool to like we know patterns. We know what drive certain behaviors. We know that times of political and social unrest like in peru. My project impro- 'cause like changes in diet and eating. Maybe less nutritious foods like we know that these times of unrest caused such adverse effects like we. Yeah we need to be applying anthropology anthropological lessons as an answer to the problem. Sadly i don't have the exact answer. But i think that's how we can apply apology. Even to environmental things. Which i think should be the forefront of everyone's research in mind right now is our environment is very crucial point and i will Actually i'll think about it every.

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"gabriella" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk Indie Film

Sci-Fi Talk Indie Film

03:34 min | 9 months ago

"gabriella" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk Indie Film

"Scene one apple take one scene. One apple take too high today. We're looking at the phil darko again. We have it's director my idea. Gabriela computers welcome to the podcast again media. And it's great to talk to your back your Your feature film debut. Thank you so much for having me. Yeah so as far as your preparation. What was your pre-production lexus. Well for the pre-production was actually extremely shorts We are reproduction With a cast and crew on everyone who has only two weeks challenging it was so challenging. It was intense intense intense. But you know we try to make it work like a lot of meetings with key with with all the key people you know and we'd In those two weeks. I think we did like four production meeting so everyone everyone. You'll like what we were doing. Pre-production production went by so quickly. Now did you have any time to do any kind of table. Read or anything like that with everyone. Yeah it's tough it's tough yeah but you did you. You mentioned that as far as Like the flashback scenes of the childhood. You did have a chance to kind of reasonably harrison. Yeah in two weeks in those two weeks. I was able to do kids. I did that like on the weekends. You know like although week was like the pre production with all the crew and stuff like hall. Today's her goal except with the kids with accused idea have time bengal. Yeah so so they built like i really strong bonds so you had the location of the flashback of their childhoods and that was filmed somewhere that was in somewhere gandhi. Somewhere somewhere out in la. Yes it was actually in gundel. Yeah okay oh glendale sure. Yeah yeah yeah we. We've really quiet cute neighborhood. Although although some days were super noisy you know now you bought. The house had to have a few special features. All yes for you to shoot two different things. So we'll go into what they were. So was it hard to find a house that had both of those things you know. We actually created this. The really yeah. Yeah dan hobbits. Oh wow wow yeah. I will ask you any also. Didn't have the atty. we shut that somewhere else. Okay okay yeah. That's the thing people think it's the same thing but it's not it's great. Yeah no i. Well we magic now when i spoke to your dad you guys pretty much wrote this role for graham degree. You wanted him. He was your first and only choice..

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"gabriella" Discussed on American Fashion Podcast

American Fashion Podcast

03:23 min | 10 months ago

"gabriella" Discussed on American Fashion Podcast

"No they're going to demand it. I mean there there. There's a lot of change going on in the market from you. Know genderless clothing to sustainability to just being socially aware and a lot of that is driven by by gen z. So all feels like. It's a good direction. Oh yeah yeah. There are a lot of people that that can. I think some retailers sort of punt that they dig their heels in but they kinda like sit back and you just. You can't do that anymore. You have to be involved and so it's a good direction but it also is like everybody's getting a little a little nudge. A little kick in the butt like they gotta get moving on it because it's not gonna change gabriella You work with a lot of different companies. Are there people in particular that you would like to get in touch with you for business. Oh oh my goodness. I did not expect questioned. I would love it. I mean i would love to work with. I would love to work with more retailers. From i would love to work with like a victoria secret. I would love to work with american eagle. I'd love to work with zuma's the urban outfitters nordstrom macy's we have like i get so much data that we we hear things that i don't think necessarily roll up to management and a lot of time i'll tell my clients. Have you talked to management. Would you just pass this along. Because i just don't think that it's getting back to them and i. We see things at the various retailers. Where we're like oof if they only knew like if they just made this one tweak it would be great so i think the retailers i just named i would. I would love to hear from them. That'd be fantastic. That's great question. Thank you well we. We try business showing with nectar with people they need to be connected with. Yeah i mean it's it's just a throw out a few things i mean. It's the things we see are just. It's feedback from associates its product. It's the way they place their sinu- jr it's like there are things that are just such like quick fixes and others. That obviously are a little bit more involved. But there's just certain. And i don't wanna say retail one one because that's not really that's not really what it's about. It's just that. I think you kind of get set in your sort of your planet grams or just the store to being your like. No this is the way. This is the way it is. And i think there's just like certain tweets they could make to that would make their business fresh eyes to help them. Yeah look at differently and change it up so that it feels different feels different. Yeah incomes more stimulating for customer. Yeah another one would be kate spade. So that's tapestry. I'd love to love to work with them. Tapestries interesting the your fingers in a couple of different directions and really are only thing that looks anything like lvmh richemont in the united states in terms of fashion conglomerate. Yes is trying..

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"gabriella" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk

Sci-Fi Talk

03:23 min | 10 months ago

"gabriella" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk

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"gabriella" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk

Sci-Fi Talk

04:16 min | 10 months ago

"gabriella" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk

"For dame yes. She had supporters throughout the whole thing like she was incredible. She listen to us. She gave us so many suggestions. Because you know sometimes you'll really want something but but someone else has to be there to be like you know. This has to be edited this way because it makes more sense for the character for the story. No because you love them that takes on much you know. Yeah and also I loved working with a female editor. It was my first time working with a familiar so about that was also very good experience for me. You're directing your father. I mean you both wrote the script so you kind of both know what's going to happen but You really kinda put him through the ringer a little bit. Even don't i mean he's in nevada. Something i will even mention what that is and also he kinda gets You know fisticuffs. He gets tortured. I graham greene. So so it's like You know you're you're poor dad. What would you do that. Well he he. He saw it coming. You did so you got me by but yeah you know there were some he he he. He put so much hard work in this role. It's insane how how all the things that you went through to to tony. you know. it's it very unmemorable. The way he. He portrayed his character because I he for preparation he worked with. Fbi people also did like some sessions with psychiatry stuck in about the full via and also at the same time He he he was just so tune with his car. Theron said like you saw him. He was like on in his world. You know and it was beautiful to watch the the way he how he took it. How seriously to this rule and and even sometimes we shot like at four. Am or something three a. I think it was one time. And he was like he was covered in like all the gifts the stuff on all that at three yemen. He was relaxed. You know like like happy to do so so you. You could see his fashion and determination on on ongoing through the the journey. Tony you know more which being tony. Yeah no i was. It was cool. I did I is it. Was it easy to kind of keep the father daughter dynamic away and just be director and actor yes absolutely absolutely you know seen solace little ice to watch a million films with him a million especially anwar some thrillers at for some reysen. Since i was acute. I love to cook. You know. yeah. It was weird obsession that i had with him so so but but my dad loves it too so that that connected us very so much that we started doing a lot of stories and and I came to a league for some accurate career here in an told him. Hey let's let's work together and because we're so passionate and we believe in in in in the things that we do so much that when we are on sets we could our hansung you know under the record actor unim- soul grateful that he listens to me and he takes direction you know but but but we don't think it well we are set widow thing father daughter even sometimes. I'm like hey don the hard for me to call him by his name. you schubert. Yeah yeah the first week. I try to say oscar so you do the and by the end of the shoot. I was like okay..

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"gabriella" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk

Sci-Fi Talk

04:12 min | 10 months ago

"gabriella" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk

"To draw like little six and stuff but as long as you can translate. That's new For notes. yeah yeah. Yeah which john missing up to. Now you're he did. I liked. I like to especially how eat lit the lehrer. Because you know you're you're sometimes you have to keep dressing to a minimum because space and money and yet his lighting and they used to do this a lot on the original star trek the way he would put the jails and lights and make something bigger than it really is or something more ominous than it really is and You know the the layer. And also i will just say the club that they go to where everybody's on your own thing was really well really well lit and And it created the right atmosphere tube. So i appreciate it. Yeah yeah he did incredible. It's so hard to make people don't realize how hard it is and you know were i mean. Were you a little bit nervous at all kind of going into this or did you feel confident enough. Were i mean it's okay to say. Hey i hope we can do this but as long as you. Just push ahead. I was very very very very nervous. Because you know anything can can happen. Anything can go on or or something. You thought you'd had. It's not fair but you know. I trust the shirtless. I trusted my cast. And i. I trusted i knew what i was doing. And and even at certain points. If i felt like all maybe it shouldn't do this or hardware. Approach this actor saying this. You know like. I just tried to calm become you know and you say it you know allow myself you find him. Sixteen something or doing something. Just don't care about it. Because i care about her night over thinking of. It's being been worst. Yeah yeah well you had a good group and you had a good cast and i mean if you have that you can overcome a lot you know. You really can't especially the pros you had you have to mention monte markham to. He did a great job in the scene that he was in and i could see the tears swirling in his eyes or was so nicely done. It's really nicely done with. Yeah months he did so incredible like he seemed he seen was sewing tens required so much. You know that he he. He did an amazing amazing job. Our so astonished by his work. I remember that he came for the for the for the casting out. Yeah i was like no. No no har. We're gonna see someone else borger you but yet but yeah seriously seriously. It was like yeah. Yeah i mean he did everything..

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"gabriella" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk

Sci-Fi Talk

03:14 min | 10 months ago

"gabriella" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk

"She's been through and going through so really nice she She easy to get on board well with her. I was so also super grateful like rahm. You know like all the all the cast outside. I was blown away blown away but with some not I you know our other producer. Amy williams It surname I met her a while while ago. In two thousand fifteen on a sets where where she hired me up production assistance and in that sense that osama less melissa protagonist of the movie for field goals mothers daughters. oh. Yeah yeah and i did. Sem with her. Yes an extra no. I wasn't extra. It was my first time. Light actually interacts with her. So later later when we decided to produce this movie I cooled amy because we became very close. She is like the sweetest human being in the world so she ends. She believed in she was like you know what. Let me call on help you vice And as she did and and it's all her this. Let's try to reach out some alert because she already knows me. It would be nice. I would love to hire for. I've been a huge fan of for for ever. Hey thank you for listening to sifi. Talk stick around. i have war. Let's get back to sci tour. I'm tony tila well. I'm very observant. And i noticed that you gave amy a role. She was the news reporter on the steps after he comes at the end of the movie. She's not her looked like her hair. Yes it's double ganger about. I'll let her know you'll love that. As far as directing when you actually direct some directors will do shot list of what they wanna shoot. Did you do that you did. Oh yeah yeah. Yeah i did a full shortlist of the whole movie. That is crucial. Crucial wheels like little story. Or it's too good good. Good yeah because we have such a short like short time that you better go and shoot shoot shoot and know what you're getting you know if you know. We're in indy. Twenty eight days and and we still got in in a lot of issues that we have to solve and we'd also a lot of overtime but you know it have but as long as you know what you want. It's going to help. You will foster not a once. Now as we're graham said that you knew what you wanted and he appreciated that all really nuts good storyboards i mean hitchcock storyboarding all his moves. He yeah he said that it's kind of like building a house it is it is it is down house which is yeah you i feel like storyboarding even though it's difficult you know because sometimes you have.

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"gabriella" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk

Sci-Fi Talk

03:10 min | 10 months ago

"gabriella" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk

"I just love the look and and i find it so elegant but sexy at the same time you know that that era of the zoom lar and i also when i was a few years ago when i first watched basic instinct. I was super super obsessed. And i'll end. I took inspiration From from her looks from from sharon stone her rebecca. Yeah the i mean the way. She dressed the way. She held her cigarette. It was like she stood from the nineteen forties into today. It was really really nicely. Done the scene at a diner was one of my favorite scenes with her awesome. Yeah that was really well done. I really enjoyed that she. That's local so your dad. Plays tony crews and you know he's i like characters that are flawed. Because we're all flawed. Nobody's perfect and but he has you know he has a problem at stems from his childhood and he has to deal with that and it actually ends up costing him his job as an fbi agent so when you both were writing this did you kind of go back and forth as to what he you know his flaws were going to be. And and the process of kind of discussed the process of shaping who tony cruise ended up being. Yeah well for us. We really wanted this person to have a lot of guilt you know and also at the same time. We wanted tony to to besides having guilt to be very obsessive person. You know like very like if he doesn't do it or he he doesn't get it. He's not going to be okay. Never that can become a flaw. You know what when you're obsessed something or with something they can really damage your life and Also besides that we we wanted to give you more of a psychological aspect twit of because this syracuse to kerr the sister right so and also after witnessing such tragic events of the murder of his mother and spending time by himself for for period of time in the dark we. We knew that that was during ferdinand. Because what's going to happen like you can recover very fast from being by yourself three days in hospital so so we we. We searched. We did do a lot of research and and encounter that needs to kobe right which side any rational fear of the dark and didn't anyone it can which is insane and so so we decided to play with this and also showed that you know like he was able to recover from it but the second he sought a person that he's been waiting for the fines. It came back. Yeah it warmed my heart to see salva blair. It really did see her working again. I thought that was awesome to see her afterward..

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"gabriella" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk

Sci-Fi Talk

05:13 min | 10 months ago

"gabriella" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk

"Don davis. I'm the composer of the matrix. Matrix reloaded and the matrix revolutions. Hi this is. John delancey kind of the things that aren't there. Well you know. Sometimes you have the experience anyway but people at all day in part because of the hopeful nature of genes vision but also because of its message of diversity and inclusion. Today we're looking at the phil darko again. And we have. It's director maria gabriela us. Welcome to the podcast again. And it's great to talk to your back your Your feature film debut. Thank you so much for having me. Yeah so as far as your preparation. What was your pre-production lexus. Well For the pre production was actually extremely short We are through production with a cast and crew on everyone who was only two weeks while challenging. It was so challenging. It was intense intense intense. But you know we try to make it work like a lot of meetings with a dp with with all the key people you know and we did In those two weeks. I think we did like four production meeting so everyone everyone. You'll like what we were doing. Pre-production went by too quickly. Now did you have any time to do any kind of table. Read or anything like that with everyone. Yeah it's tough. It's tough tasha thoughts. Yeah but you did you. You mentioned that as far as Like the flashback scenes of the childhood. You did have a chance to kind of reasonably harrison. Yeah in those two weeks in those two weeks. I was able to rehearse the kids. I did that like on the weekends. You know like although week was like the pre production with all the crew and stuff like hall. Today's her gold. Except with the kids. Lick idea have time bengal. Yeah so so. They built like i really strong bonds. So you had the location of the deflect pack of their childhoods and that was filmed somewhere That was in somewhere on gandhi..

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The Benefits of a Bilingual Brain

TED Talks Daily

02:43 min | 11 months ago

The Benefits of a Bilingual Brain

"Oblast. Suspend your poly. Say you wish ulama if you answered si we or quay chances are you belong to the world's bilingual and multilingual majority and besides an easier time traveling or watching movies without subtitles. Knowing two or more languages means that your brain may actually look and work differently than those of your monolingual friends. So what does it really mean. to noah. language language ability is typically measured in two active parts speaking and writing and to passive parts listening and reading while he balanced bilingual has near equal abilities across the board in two languages. Most bilingual's around the world know and use their languages in varying proportions and depending on their situation and how they acquired each language they can be classified into three general types for example. Let's take gabriella whose family emigrates to the us from peru when she's two years old as a compound bilingual gabriella develops to linguistic code simultaneously with a single set of concepts learning both english and spanish as she begins to process the world around her. Her teenage brother on the other hand might be coordinate. Bilingual working with two sets of concepts learning english and school while continuing to speak spanish at home and with friends finally gabrielle is. Parents are likely to be subordinate. Bilingual's who learn a secondary language by filtering it through their primary language because all types of bilingual people can become fully proficient in a language regardless of accent or pronunciation. The difference may not be apparent to a casual observer but recent advances in brain imaging technology have given neuro linguists at glimpse into how specific aspects of language learning affect the bilingual brain. It's well known that the brains left hemisphere is more dominant and analytical and logical processes while the right hemisphere is more active in emotional and social ones though this is a matter of degree not an absolute split the fact that language involves both types of functions while lateral ization develops gradually with age has led to the critical period hypothesis. According to this theory children learn languages more easily because the plasticity of their developing brains. Let's them use both hemispheres in language acquisition while in most adults languages latter allies to one hemisphere usually the left. If this is true learning a language in childhood may give you a more holistic grasp of its social and emotional

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"gabriella" Discussed on Gucci Podcast

Gucci Podcast

05:30 min | 1 year ago

"gabriella" Discussed on Gucci Podcast

"I'm speaking with the new york-based stylists us bo contributor and fashion director of garage magazine. gabriella karifa johnson gabriela. Thank you so much for joining me. Thank you for having me excited to speak with you. I'm excited to sweet tea too. So it feels so passionate to be having this conversation with you about challenging the codes of beauty and perfection. Because i feel that you create this visual vocabulary personally as well as professionally. That truly speaks to this. But i wanna start from the beginning. So i know that you grew up in southern california. And i'd love you to talk to me about your early. Inspirations you know. What were your ideas of beauty. And sal then i heard you loved every living as i read that and i loved that because i thought it sounded really unorthodox and refreshing but also it kind of didn't surprise me but talk to me. Yeah well. I did grow up in southern california which in my mind the most beautiful kind of naturally inherently chic archetype was like california surfer and like the skater girl. And what is so interesting. In retrospect reflect on that that visual language of surf culture has absolutely nothing to do with me. You know it's not a community or or beauty standard. That has you know even involved. Black women. Black people in general to be honest and i think i really internalized some of those beauty ideals growing up and so people like labral levin who seemed to kind of fit into that world and not ideal that was you know prescribed. I always not that. That's kind of what i wanted to be. And i would do my best to kind of fit into that to that narrative in it. And i always came across the friction of realizing that what i wanted to look like. I'd never actually seen someone like myself. Inhabit that bat world or embodied those visuals And i think. I think that growing up because i moved around so much. My my mother was a doctor. You're kind of always going to different campuses. In hospitals and and style became a sense of kind of armor in a way to blend in and camouflage myself because those areas that we moved to were almost always predominantly white. And the last thing you wanna do as a kid at standout. I was very. I was like a loud and fun kid. But when you're going into a new school with kids who have nonni There were babies at has never moved around. All you really want do with fit in. So i always found myself trying to find the art type that i could attach myself to most naturally and in southern california in the early two thousands that happened to be ever levin which which i do think is kind of weird..

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The Rise and Rise of Amanda Gorman

Vogue Podcast

01:46 min | 1 year ago

The Rise and Rise of Amanda Gorman

"Deep and amanda gorman's closet sits a doll that may or may not have still in the facts of her reluctant owners a month after the twenty three year. Old poet eclipse the transfer of power. At president biden's inauguration with an energizing performance of her song of nation. The hill we climb. She was thinking about an earlier. Discomfiting booking at the american girl boutique at the grove in los angeles. We were out of greenspace a stone's throw from gorman spot in la a one bedroom in an apartment building the color of sherbert reclining on blankets. She spread over manicured null. She tilted her head. Bird like and ground softly. They might get angry at me for saying this. The mattel brand had invited gorman to do a reading celebrating the arrival of gabriele the latest girl of the year to expectant young customers. This was new year's day two thousand seventeen and gorman was an eighteen year old. Freshmen at harvard. Home on winter break decompressing from the surprise of new england frost at the time gorman had already been named youth poet laureate of la the first one ever and was a known and admired figure on the national spoken word circuit the night before the event. The american girl team briefed her. On the biography of the dau- it was like a horror. Movie peel ask. We agreed after. She told me the story. Gabriella loves the arts and uses poetry to help find her voice so she can make a difference in her community the website for the defunct toy reads gorman loves the arts and uses poetry to help find her voice so she can make a difference in her community.

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The Content Glut With Adam Lederer

Champagne Sharks

05:13 min | 1 year ago

The Content Glut With Adam Lederer

"Hey how's it going champion sharks With us against adam lederer. I pronounced your name correctly on his a a great Quick question is it like a french name or not no. I think it wasn't french company. Visited but i'm just from like standard eastern european jewish sucked so any that like smelly soups. That's run from okay. Okay cool cool. So yeah if you don't mind telling the people who you are and where to confined you ran on what you do. Yeah so i am a writer and a producer and pearly ready for a show on netflix. Do animated show. That should come out and the day it goes up but will come out at some point in the future and You can find me at my name. Add with an underscore at the end of it out on twitter. And i think it's just an clubhouse nuts where at t and i met i don't know i can t either one you know i'm fine. I'm just that's that's okay Funny you weren't a few people who actually does Productive rooms on in constructive rooms on clubhouse. I make you've been there longer than the signal to noise. Ratio is pretty awful on there now like it wasn't that rare to find a constructive room when i first got on clubhouse so it wasn't that hard to Make your acquaintance. Plus we both know our gabriella. Who's a a friend of the show and that's how we met but nowadays it's the signals noise ratio is is awful but it's There's discussions on there. I feel like. I'm down on a lot and i wanna make people think you know. It's the total hellhole. But no it's not. There's still a lot of good discussion on there and stuff. But there's a of ilan though like i was gonna say i wonder like why did you get on it. Like what airline. What now late november. I sort of wonder this is like the natural progression social media in real time which is like sort of a curve where breaking mortgage zafy relate the online barkley. He will find it business coaches and so we just sort of hit that exact moment like it's weird seeing were now like this sort of late stage tech two point now where we we know how these social media companies actually function so. I think you're right. There definitely are still interesting people. But i wonder if like either one of the later than did it would just be immediately sort of disenchanted with a you know. Kinda weird is that i finished. The life cycle of what's happening with clubhouses very predictable. Every social media app has a saturation point. But this is the fastest. I ever seen it like. I feel like. I saw years worth decline in two months like like twitter. Had a good like two years of being pretty fun before you realize okay. This is getting kind of toxic. And i mean it's a slightly different crowd. I think ruined twitter. I feel that it's the it's the league in my blind right. Yeah exactly someone lengthen meets. I forgot how somebody put it but someone put it really well. The worst parts of twitter meets the worst parts of lincoln. was a brit. Great way to put it and then there was a third ingredient. It'll it'll come it'll come to me. It was one of those like conferences. Gallows or one of those things. Bigly remember something along those life. Ted talks this differently. This definitely. a big Ted talks ted talks by by two. It there's definitely a big tech. Ted talks vibe to it The worst parts of twitter part. I think is coming because a lot of the a lot of the Social justice types now have have kind of discovered it kind discovered it as well which doesn't which doesn't help because they're having a lot of triggering and trauma and violence conversations on there and kind of Bullying people and everything in. That part's kind of kind of nasty too. But you still have. Good rooms in there You had recently. Oh i appreciate that. 'cause i was worried even a good rooms we start getting overrun by the bad people but i think yours are so smart that they just naturally filter pop into your room. Sometimes that people are. I know trolley and then this kind of leave stink. There's nothing pretty distinct. Two teeth in to as far as drama like very drama. Free smart rooms. Yeah not very messy. I guess also. I think part of it is like you were talking about the like sort of matter. Rooms pop up direct comments on other rooms here. And i feel like it's almost like this falls red pill blue pill thing that happens. You don't actually have to gauge. That stuff is just like people think that there's this binary choice if you don't sort of like the red meat or you don't name room something that is like specifically supposed to be provocative it generally doesn't attract those people anyway and as like you know the one thing i says going forward is opposed to twitter is like i think audio Voice sort of lends a certain level of nuance. And you can. You can have opinion taken. You information that change your opinion of all the real time with taxes life. It's almost like tattoos on the internet. And you don't have the ability. You have to trickle down because you can't admit defeat in that same way.

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Poland: Near-total abortion ban takes effect amid protests

The World

01:27 min | 1 year ago

Poland: Near-total abortion ban takes effect amid protests

"Other Polish cities. Last night, thousands of mostly women bundled up in the cold. And took to the streets to protest a controversial new abortion law that just went into effect. Abortions will now on Lee be permitted in the cases of rape, incest or if the mother's life is at risk. Terminations of pregnancies in cases of fetal abnormalities are now illegal, even ones where there is no chance of survival at birth. Critics of the rules say it amounts to a near total ban on abortion. The new rules were decided in October by Poland's Constitutional court. In the fall, it was met by massive protests tens of thousands of people taking to the streets the biggest protest in Poland, in fact, since 1989 when people rose up to topple communism. The protesters fall prompted Poland's government, which is led by the right wing Law and Justice Party to delay the band's implementation. But in a sudden move yesterday, the rule was put into effect. Once again, protesters took to the streets. Demonstrator Gabriella Stepney AC spoke to Reuters e. I want us to have our basic rights, the right to decide about our bodies, the right to decide what we want to do. And if we want to bear Children, and in what circumstances to have Children I do not want to get pregnant one day and see my child die after birth. This thought horrifies me. It's expected there will be more protests in Poland over this near total ban on abortions.

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Massachusetts coronavirus vaccine sign-ups plagued by problems as Phase 2 rollout begins

Morning Edition

03:39 min | 1 year ago

Massachusetts coronavirus vaccine sign-ups plagued by problems as Phase 2 rollout begins

"Medical researchers who work remotely have been rolling up their sleeves to get the covert vaccine. Meanwhile, seniors are waiting on the sidelines not yet eligible. Massachusetts has one of the nation's largest hospital workforces, and officials there have decided to put all of them at the front of the line. Gabriela Emanuel of member station GBH in Boston reports. Carol Helper set is 82. She's been in her apartment just outside Boston. Since the beginning of the pandemic. Nobody comes in. Nobody goes out. I become more and more despairing and lonely cut off some human contact helpers that has a long list of complex medical issues. The most urgent one. She's going blind, She says. She's desperate for ice surgery. But in order to safely be in the hospital, she needs a vaccine. The vaccine would change my life. It would give me the future for weeks. She's been desperately trying to figure out how to get a shot. I am still Totally Totally in the dark. She's watched with jealousy as seniors in many other states have started receiving vaccines. She studied data from the CDC finding Massachusetts in the bottom half of states in per capita vaccinations. But perhaps most baffling is seeing healthy young people get inoculated before the elderly and the sick. We're seeing just a huge number of people get vaccinated. Who I think you know, should frankly be way down the line. Michael Mina is at Harvard School of Public Health, the other people who have nothing to do at all with Cove ID or with Patient care. We're really with the hospitals. They just happen to be employed by a hospital, and thus they can get the vaccine. Ah, few things are happening here. First, the federal level nationally, vaccines are being distributed to states based on their total population. The federal government has told states to prioritize certain groups like healthcare workers with lots of hospitals. Massachusetts has lots of health care professionals at the front of the line and effectively means that the elderly and vulnerable people who might need the vaccine first will generally be pushed back the second factor state and hospital level decisions. Here. The health care worker category has been defined to include all hospital employees. Those in research labs and telemedicine in HR, including people working remotely. Paul Bettinger oversees the vaccine rollout at the Mass General Brigham. He says his hospital network needed to bring in some of those working from home during the first surge. They called up researchers and administrators and others in the intensive care unit listening for the alarms of ventilators because the federal surge ventilators that we had wouldn't plug into our alarm systems now a third issue, individuals have been flaky. Dana Farber Cancer Institute sent out a mass email saying quote we have had far too many researchers not show up for covert 19 vaccinations over the past week. The result of the email says, is vaccines that may have been wasted. These challenges have been compounded by communication missteps and technical glitches, and Massachusetts has admitted hundreds of thousands of doses are sitting unused in hospital and pharmacy freezers. Governor Charlie Baker has announced. Those over 75 will be eligible on the first of February, and he's hoping they'll have enough vaccines to meet all the pent up demand. For NPR News and Gabriella

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"gabriella" Discussed on SantaCruznKitchen Podcast

SantaCruznKitchen Podcast

06:11 min | 1 year ago

"gabriella" Discussed on SantaCruznKitchen Podcast

"I came again in a super bowl and so it was three lamb meatballs and it had lots of vegetables like broccoli and different kinds of cabbage. And then i'm in for the pasta portion. It was the pulled couscous with the israeli. 'cause and not a huge amount and just sort of enough and it was in light sort of this light broth maybe a little tomato and the meatballs quite big so cut them and sort of quarters. And you right half yeah. It was delicious. I thought me to totally taste lamb a lot of time here from new zealand. And i'm used to lamb tasting like lamm lot of time slam just tastes like meat but this was lamp so this is obviously going to be femme. Raised or gam somewhere. It was delicious. I think the only thing that was missing was a piece of bread at the into sop on the plate. So i didn't stick my face. And i was tempted to tip mine off at the end. Yes i think that was the only thing that was missing. I'm you had some wine with yours. I did i had. I love it when they have a temper neo on the menu. And you know about half the time that it's on the menu. I gotta say ordered it and they say we don't have it. Oh so that's another like. Oh so when. I thought i was like restaurant week. They gotta have it on. There is a special glass temper. No it was wonderful. So i had one with the appetizer and i think about halfway through my main. I had another glass of wine. Nice really young just added to the whole eating outdoors fancy dining and we will lose this people to be seated. Yeah and then lots of people coming out and by the time we left there. Was you know to couples. You know on either side of us in these that have been couple of couples behinds cherry noise going which is just an stopping by and picking up bags to yeah. I couldn't see that facing the street so there are at least half a dozen that cam by while we were sitting there right so if you don't want to the restaurant definitely you can get food to go and turn restaurant week. Okay and restaurant week always includes a dessert now. They only had two desserts on the menu. So i was going to order whatever mel did. Not so you ward it. Bread pudding and so i had the flawless chocolate ganesh catering bread pudding i would say was not the best bread pudding i've ever had. But it was a nice way to end. It wasn't a too heavy and it was a nice small little piece ramp. An ice cream sauce around it so that was good. Yeah and so my little chocolate can. Nash was small piece as well. But it was perfect fremont And it was sort of the top was crunchy and it was just the right amount of choice and i got a cup of coffee. Decaf coffee to go with that. You know that coffee and chocolate thing and it was just perfect. Yeah now. I was totally stuffed. I'll have to tell you between the appetizer. They appetizer and the main even though neither of them like the main wasn't huge. Yeah but between that. And by the time i got the durum like force myself but i worked. Swear i wat- all the way was it because there was so much me no no. Maybe i ate my lunch late. I think i had a late lunch. So i could have probably taken like the desert to go and that would have made me feel better to do that. Yeah exac clemens. No it was great. It was a great meal and we chatted to. We'll head mask on. But we took a couple of diana's when we left and he had she had the meatballs and he'd head the the dot and he raved about. Yeah you went crazy about that. So they have dot com on the regular menu so they can do a really good is on the menu so really it's like we had a great experience and it was really good. Food is good food. So i don't normally say this but for me it was plate lak- i don't play andrea. So if you're playing our plate liquor game so it was expensive though being because we had it was thirty five fixed and mel head two glasses of wine and then i had coffee and then you've got texts interior so before the tip it was one hundred and four. Yeah so this is not if you think. Oh thirty five dollars. I can do that. We'll add texan took to it. And if you're gonna have a drink and if you're going to have a drink in yeah so with the coffee in the tax and tip. I think i spent like fifty one and i was around seventy three. Yeah so they we go well worth every penny of go at eight and it was. I never felt rushed. I thought that was really good but we would done in like an hour and a half. Yeah and our waitress was wonderful to sabi. Yeah she was very good. You know so. We tipped well and yeah it was. It was a good experience. We're doing our part to keep santa cruz restaurants often and me fat. So so what is their address. They are located at nine one cedar street which happens to be across from another ice cream store but we did not eat there this time but Pity ice creamery so north end of cedar. Do we talk about. Was this a platelet. Few was well. Oh yeah it was from the word. Go okay good sheriff alone just i go back for the shove shove. I'll i'll go for okay. let's see and should we leave. These guys are the words of wisdom and doing mark twain. I think so. My twain headlock to say about a lot of things and a lot of things to say about food. So this time he said cauliflower is nothing but a cabbage with a college education. Thanks for joining us.

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"gabriella" Discussed on SantaCruznKitchen Podcast

SantaCruznKitchen Podcast

07:53 min | 1 year ago

"gabriella" Discussed on SantaCruznKitchen Podcast

"So you have an appetizer. A entree or a main and a dessert. And it's a fixed price in some restaurants. It's twenty five summits thirty five forty five and some may offer twenty five and forty five and it doesn't include texan tip doesn't include drink and it's a fixed menu. You don't get to say. Oh i'd like something off new or i don't want that you know appetizer. I want different one. It's just what they give you. So we chose gabrielle's and i love restaurant week because you know they're going to put out there to best appetizers there are three best maine's and their two best desserts and you get to choose from the best that they have to offer. And that's i like when there's just a little restricted. Yeah here's the best we got. And it's going to be the best available ingredients. it's going to be seasonal. I love that part so there wasn't as many this year that do it in the path and by the good times that it santa cruz restaurant. Week dot com. I believe is how i found the one and choose ones that we could book but given also had the most extensive menu for restaurant win it so it had about five or six appetite right. That's true and there was about seven or eight from maine. Who does it. Yeah okay the most of them only have sort of two three. So this head. Yeah you did you fixated on the butternut squash and you're like oh our so. They had a lot of choices. And if you vegetarian a lot of the choices which tearing a vegan so yeah a lot of choices that gabrielle is. Yeah so there if you've been to gabriel's in the past although before we go there should we talk about opens enclosed. Oh i just have one little close one go this. We did episode number ten. The crammer house in felton. His no more. It's yeah too bad. We went there on a wintry lunch. Day and i. I had a great chicken remember that. Oh that's too bad so anyway. I'm sure something will be in. Its place sometime next year. Maybe sometime next year okay. So let's go back to gabriel. let's go back to gabrielle's yeah we're sort of both teams right so we went on a wednesday for the dinner and like you were going to say about the seating. Yeah so we. We got the five thirty first time like they would just putting everything out other about five twenty five just putting out. And they gave us the choice and i chose. I don't if i chose the right spot. So they have their little interests way that they have outside seating normally like european exactly little audio exactly and that's lovely and then they had a few seats on the sidewalk and then they'd taken over a couple of parking spots in front and one of the parking spot spaces now. Unfortunately that means traffic was going. Yeah is that road is not closed. Peter yeah so. I didn't want to choose that little walkway because it seemed a little like you've always got stuff By and we're conscious of being socially distant when yeah i mean the tables worldspace but you do have. The staff are wearing masks yet. But they aren't going. We're going by but we did have the heaters. Yeah we'll propane heater pains. We got there at five thirty by six thirty. It was getting a little call. Somebody let him up. Yeah so that. That worked out. Well and i know inside. Gabrielle is very small of eden inside maybe once before side the rest of your cheek by jowl. Yeah and i think have like four or five tables in there really small so hopefully the kitchens bigger because they produce some great food they do. And gabriel is known as doing a lot of local organic food and on that. And they've been there for thirty something years i think and i remember once My parents sent me a money from a booth. They sent me fifty dollars. And i'm like okay. I'm going to take myself out to eat. And this is the place i chose. Okay so yeah. It's one of those for some people may be the local restaurant for me. It's always felt like a special place. Ray initial occasion special occasion. Yeah so again we win. For the thirty they only thirty five dolla fixed price. Yeah so we went specifically for that. Yeah and when we when the waiter waitress arrived at our cable she said i just wanna let you know it's restaurant week. The regular menu not available. We were like yeah. We know that's why we're here. Just all thank goodness yes. i'm people. yeah exactly explain it to and it was the first day restaurant wakes goes wednesday through tuesday. And that's because a lot of restaurants and open on mondays and tuesdays. So gets you will. and so. by the time. It wasn't a restaurant weeks is probably gone. Yeah but support your local restaurants us especially the ones you love that. Yeah wanna see. Go and don't trump coupon dude. Yeah not not coupon time gift certificate somewhere else but yeah. They opened by the way in one thousand nine hundred so yeah almost thirty years yeah. That's pretty amazing. So so join us. Tell us what you ordered. Okay so if my appetizer. I had fried cauliflower. And it's fried in a chickpea flour and it had like a little. I wanna say sundried tomato and roasted pine nuts being yala load pie nights. It was delicious now. I didn't know that. When i ordered it that i don't like cauliflower. Yeah 'cause i thought aloe great you'll to something something we'll share. So mel gets his. I get mine. I'm just about to give us some. She's like oh. I hate cauliflower. The let me tell it was delicious. Now didn't take cauliflower. A so couldn't get her to eat any of it. It was really good. You enjoying it. I did and so would you have appetite appetizer. I had roasted beets kinda little salad. It was spectacular so looked like it also came with goat cheese. Oh yes shove and also had pumpkin seeds and And it was on a bed of a rule of fresh aruba so nice kind of spicy taste. Had red beets and had golden beats and they're cooked just perfectly put a butter knife through them and they just split right in half and off so good so did they. Taste were roasted or boiled roasted. Nice nice and these. They not tiny teeny tiny little plates. The plates boesen having sally good sizes and shoved cheese. I gotta say. I asked if they made it at the restaurant and like you were saying. They have local people that they partner with that provide their cheese. I i gotta find out who supplies. They're shove because it was delicious. The couple of places sacred gloria to somewhere like a half moon bay swimming still there. Yeah yeah yeah it was fresh so okay love me some go cheese and would you have for the main for my main. I had roasted butternut or not roasted just butter not ravioli and it came with You know a nice buttery brown sauce and little pieces like a little size of a dice of Butternut squash cooked also an pieces of apple in their cooked and a huge. I mean to me huge chunk of chevy cheese all my time so good everybody would try and get like a piece of ravioli. Salova chev- little bit of butternut squash a little bit apple. It was delicious. Yes oh i got half a ravioli and very bad not squashing sometimes when you buy them commercially. You can't tell really what's in it is. It's not squash with just as mayor. Yeah this was baton squash. It was really good and it was sort of like a soup ball young enough. Yeah it was a lot. So i ordered the lamb. So they'd lamb meatballs. And i'm like i did read the whole thing this time. Oh good yeah. Yeah so Game.

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"gabriella" Discussed on SantaCruznKitchen Podcast

SantaCruznKitchen Podcast

05:40 min | 1 year ago

"gabriella" Discussed on SantaCruznKitchen Podcast

"Podcast is up. Welcome to santa cruz. Kitchen we are a couple of friends who like to go and get food at restaurants. Eat outside or get food so many restaurants in santa cruz. I'm andrea and mel. And today we're going to review gabriella cafe during restaurant. We so santa cruz has santa cruz restaurant week once a week once a year and this is a little different from berga week did lead yoga week at the big <hes>. You know earlier in the season so santa cruz. Restaurant weeks different. Santa cruz restaurants offer a fixed menu. So you have an appetizer. A entree or a main and a dessert. And it's a fixed price in some restaurants. It's twenty five summits thirty five forty five and some may offer twenty five and forty five and it doesn't include texan tip doesn't include drink and it's a fixed menu. You don't get to say. Oh i'd like something off new or i don't want that you know appetizer. I want different one. It's just what they give you. So we chose gabrielle's and i love restaurant week because you know they're going to put out there to best appetizers there are three best maine's and their two best desserts and you get to choose from the best that they have to offer. And that's i like when there's just a little restricted. Yeah here's the best we got. And it's going to be the best available ingredients. it's going to be seasonal. I love that part so there wasn't as many this year that do it in the path and by the good times that it santa cruz restaurant. Week dot com. I believe is how i found the one and choose ones that we could book but given also had the most extensive menu for restaurant win it so it had about five or six appetite right. That's true and there was about seven or eight from maine. Who does it. Yeah okay the most of them only have sort of two three. So this head. Yeah you did you fixated on the butternut squash and you're like oh our so. They had a lot of choices. And if you vegetarian a lot of the choices which tearing a vegan so yeah a lot of choices that gabrielle is. Yeah so there if you've been to gabriel's in the past although before we go there should we talk about opens enclosed. Oh i just have one little close one go this. We did episode number ten. The crammer house in felton. His no more. It's yeah too bad. We went there on a wintry lunch. Day and i. I had a great chicken remember that. Oh that's too bad so anyway. I'm sure something will be in. Its place sometime next year. Maybe sometime next year okay. So let's go back to gabriel. let's go back to gabrielle's yeah we're sort of both teams right so we went on a wednesday for the dinner and like you were going to say about the seating. Yeah so we. We got the five thirty first time like they would just putting everything out other about five twenty five just putting out. And they gave us the choice and i chose. I don't if i chose the right spot. So they have their little interests way that they have outside seating normally like european exactly little audio exactly and that's lovely and then they had a few seats on the sidewalk and then they'd taken over a couple of parking spots in front and one of the parking spot spaces now. Unfortunately that means traffic was going. Yeah is that road is not closed. Peter yeah so. I didn't want to choose that little walkway because it seemed a little like you've always got stuff <hes>. By and we're conscious of being socially distant when yeah i mean the tables worldspace but you do have. The staff are wearing masks yet. But they aren't going. We're going by but we did have the heaters. Yeah we'll propane heater pains. We got there at five thirty by six thirty. It was getting a little call. Somebody let him up. Yeah so that. That worked out. Well and i know inside. Gabrielle is very small of eden inside maybe once before side the rest of your cheek by jowl. Yeah and i think have like four or five tables in there really small so hopefully the kitchens bigger because they produce some great food they do. And gabriel is known as doing a lot of local organic food and on that. And they've been there for thirty something years i think and i remember once <hes>. My parents sent me a money from a booth. They sent me fifty dollars. And i'm like okay. I'm going to take myself out to eat. And this is the place i chose. Okay so yeah. It's one of those for some people may be the local restaurant for me. It's always felt like a special place. Ray initial occasion special occasion. Yeah so again we win. For the thirty they only thirty five dolla fixed price. Yeah so we went specifically for that. Yeah and when we when the waiter waitress arrived at our cable she said i just wanna let you know it's restaurant week. The regular menu not available. We were like yeah. We know that's why we're here. Just all thank goodness yes. i'm people. yeah exactly explain it to and it was the first day restaurant wakes goes wednesday through tuesday. And that's because a lot of restaurants and open on mondays and tuesdays. So gets you will. and so. by the time. It wasn't a restaurant weeks is probably gone. Yeah but support your local restaurants us especially the ones you love that. Yeah wanna see. Go and don't trump coupon dude. Yeah not not coupon time gift certificate somewhere else but

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What's ON The Menu At Gabriella

SantaCruznKitchen Podcast

05:40 min | 1 year ago

What's ON The Menu At Gabriella

"Podcast is up. Welcome to santa cruz. Kitchen we are a couple of friends who like to go and get food at restaurants. Eat outside or get food so many restaurants in santa cruz. I'm andrea and mel. And today we're going to review gabriella cafe during restaurant. We so santa cruz has santa cruz restaurant week once a week once a year and this is a little different from berga week did lead yoga week at the big You know earlier in the season so santa cruz. Restaurant weeks different. Santa cruz restaurants offer a fixed menu. So you have an appetizer. A entree or a main and a dessert. And it's a fixed price in some restaurants. It's twenty five summits thirty five forty five and some may offer twenty five and forty five and it doesn't include texan tip doesn't include drink and it's a fixed menu. You don't get to say. Oh i'd like something off new or i don't want that you know appetizer. I want different one. It's just what they give you. So we chose gabrielle's and i love restaurant week because you know they're going to put out there to best appetizers there are three best maine's and their two best desserts and you get to choose from the best that they have to offer. And that's i like when there's just a little restricted. Yeah here's the best we got. And it's going to be the best available ingredients. it's going to be seasonal. I love that part so there wasn't as many this year that do it in the path and by the good times that it santa cruz restaurant. Week dot com. I believe is how i found the one and choose ones that we could book but given also had the most extensive menu for restaurant win it so it had about five or six appetite right. That's true and there was about seven or eight from maine. Who does it. Yeah okay the most of them only have sort of two three. So this head. Yeah you did you fixated on the butternut squash and you're like oh our so. They had a lot of choices. And if you vegetarian a lot of the choices which tearing a vegan so yeah a lot of choices that gabrielle is. Yeah so there if you've been to gabriel's in the past although before we go there should we talk about opens enclosed. Oh i just have one little close one go this. We did episode number ten. The crammer house in felton. His no more. It's yeah too bad. We went there on a wintry lunch. Day and i. I had a great chicken remember that. Oh that's too bad so anyway. I'm sure something will be in. Its place sometime next year. Maybe sometime next year okay. So let's go back to gabriel. let's go back to gabrielle's yeah we're sort of both teams right so we went on a wednesday for the dinner and like you were going to say about the seating. Yeah so we. We got the five thirty first time like they would just putting everything out other about five twenty five just putting out. And they gave us the choice and i chose. I don't if i chose the right spot. So they have their little interests way that they have outside seating normally like european exactly little audio exactly and that's lovely and then they had a few seats on the sidewalk and then they'd taken over a couple of parking spots in front and one of the parking spot spaces now. Unfortunately that means traffic was going. Yeah is that road is not closed. Peter yeah so. I didn't want to choose that little walkway because it seemed a little like you've always got stuff By and we're conscious of being socially distant when yeah i mean the tables worldspace but you do have. The staff are wearing masks yet. But they aren't going. We're going by but we did have the heaters. Yeah we'll propane heater pains. We got there at five thirty by six thirty. It was getting a little call. Somebody let him up. Yeah so that. That worked out. Well and i know inside. Gabrielle is very small of eden inside maybe once before side the rest of your cheek by jowl. Yeah and i think have like four or five tables in there really small so hopefully the kitchens bigger because they produce some great food they do. And gabriel is known as doing a lot of local organic food and on that. And they've been there for thirty something years i think and i remember once My parents sent me a money from a booth. They sent me fifty dollars. And i'm like okay. I'm going to take myself out to eat. And this is the place i chose. Okay so yeah. It's one of those for some people may be the local restaurant for me. It's always felt like a special place. Ray initial occasion special occasion. Yeah so again we win. For the thirty they only thirty five dolla fixed price. Yeah so we went specifically for that. Yeah and when we when the waiter waitress arrived at our cable she said i just wanna let you know it's restaurant week. The regular menu not available. We were like yeah. We know that's why we're here. Just all thank goodness yes. i'm people. yeah exactly explain it to and it was the first day restaurant wakes goes wednesday through tuesday. And that's because a lot of restaurants and open on mondays and tuesdays. So gets you will. and so. by the time. It wasn't a restaurant weeks is probably gone. Yeah but support your local restaurants us especially the ones you love that. Yeah wanna see. Go and don't trump coupon dude. Yeah not not coupon time gift certificate somewhere else but

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Progress Toward A Safer Psychedelic Drug To Treat Depression And Addiction

Fresh Air

03:29 min | 1 year ago

Progress Toward A Safer Psychedelic Drug To Treat Depression And Addiction

"There's growing evidence that psychedelic drugs can help people with mental health problems like addiction and depression. But these drugs also cause hallucinations and other dangerous side effects. So as NPR's Jon Hamilton reports, scientists are working to create safer alternatives. The drug ibogaine comes from the roots of a West African shrub. Small studies suggest it can reduce drug cravings and withdrawal symptoms. But David Olson of the University of California, Davis says using ibogaine is a treatment presents huge challenges. Ibogaine is like the Mount Everest of psychedelics. It causes hallucinations and potentially fatal heart problems. Also, it's really hard to make in large quantities. Olson in a team of researchers had a question. Can you take a really complex molecular structure like ibogaine and distill it down to its essential elements that give rise to the beneficial effects? Coulson's team started by giving the ibogaine molecules some nips and tucks be locked off the parts of the structure that gave rise to a lot of the deleterious effects and we left the part of the structure intact. It still was able to have anti addictive and anti depressant properties. The changes also left the substance that was easy to manufacture. The scientist named their creation tavern and tha Log or TV G, and they began testing it in rodents, including some binge drinking mice. Every single animal in the experiment. Reduce their consumption for alcohol, which was really, really surprising. TVG also helped rats that had been addicted to heroin, Olson says. Usually these rats relapse in response to light or sound cues they associate with the drug Tabernacle log is able to have this long lasting protective effect on heroin relapse. TVG also improved symptoms of depression in mice. All without producing any heart problems or behaviors associated with hallucination. Wilson, who has a financial stake in T B G, says drugs based on psychedelic substances have great potential because they work in a different way. They don't mask disease symptoms. Really designed to try to rewire the brain. The T B G results appear in the journal Nature, and it's still not clear whether they will hold up in people. But scientists not involved in the study say the approach has great potential. It's definitely promising it zah first step Gabriella Manzano is a researcher at well Cornell Medicine in New York and co author of a commentary on the T V G study. She says it suggest a way to make other psychedelic drugs safe enough to become mainstream options for treating psychiatric disorders. This provides a road map on how we could start tweaking these chemical compounds to make them very useful in the clinic. Keep the good parts get rid of the bad parts. It's still not known, though, whether getting rid of the bad parts will keep the drugs from being effective. Counter. Liston is an associate professor of neuroscience and psychiatry it while Cornell. One of the big questions in the field is is the hallucinogenic experience necessary for getting better. And there's some evidence both ways, Liston says. It's time to figure out what psychedelic drugs and they're triplets counterparts can really do for people with depression, addiction, PTSD and other disorders. Let's gather the data. Let's see what works. Let's make sure we understand the safety profile. But let's also be open to the possibility that these compounds could really help. A lot of people who need help. Listen, notes that one psychedelic ketamine has already been approved to treat depression. Jon Hamilton. NPR news

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Couple seen beating on hood of man’s truck before he was shot, Houston deputies say

GardenLine with Randy Lemmon

00:34 sec | 1 year ago

Couple seen beating on hood of man’s truck before he was shot, Houston deputies say

"CSOs looking looking for for a couple a couple who who shot shot and critically and critically injured injured the driver the driver of the of pickup the pickup truck truck and and what what and and appears appears what what appears appears to to be be a a to to be be case case a a of of case case road road of of road road rage. rage. rage. rage. Witness Witness Witness Witness Gabriella Gabriella Gabriella Gabriella Martinez Martinez Martinez Martinez and and her her mother mother and and her her mother mother tell tell our our tell tell TV TV our our TV TV partner partner partner partner Channel Channel Channel Channel to to it it to to all all it it came came all all down down came came about about down down four four about about o'clock o'clock four four o'clock o'clock yesterday yesterday yesterday yesterday afternoon afternoon afternoon afternoon on on Bamboo Bamboo on on Bamboo Bamboo Road Road Road Road in in northwest in in northwest Harris Harris County. County. Couple Couple jumping jumping from their from card their card beating beating on the hood on the of hood the truck of the truck at an intersection at an intersection before before the man the man took took out a gun out a gun and and shot. shot. The driver The driver was scary. was scary. Yeah, Yeah, so so she she cried, cried, she cried. she cried. It It was just was just a a scary scary experience. experience. The man The man that end that woman end woman fled fled the scene. the scene. The The

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Couple seen beating on hood of man’s truck before he was shot in Houston area

GardenLine with Randy Lemmon

00:33 sec | 1 year ago

Couple seen beating on hood of man’s truck before he was shot in Houston area

"Looking for a couple who shot and critically injured the driver of the pickup truck and and what what appears appears to to be be a a case case of of road road rage. rage. Witness Witness Gabriella Gabriella Martinez Martinez and and her her mother mother tell tell our our TV TV partner partner Channel Channel to to it it all all came came down down about about four four o'clock o'clock yesterday yesterday afternoon afternoon on on Bamboo Bamboo Road Road in in northwest Harris County. Couple jumping from their card beating on the hood of the truck at an intersection before the man took out a gun and shot. The driver was scary. Yeah, so she cried, she cried. It was just a scary experience. The man that end woman fled the scene. The

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Paris Fashion Week will go ahead this September

Monocle 24: The Briefing

02:34 min | 1 year ago

Paris Fashion Week will go ahead this September

"And, finally, on today's program off to Paris to get a roundup of a busy few days in the fashion calendar, I'm joined on the line by Dana Thomas Journalist and author of fashion apples the price of fast fashion the future of clothes always good at talking to maybe just bring us up speed quickly on what has what the show is look like I was in Paris a few weeks ago there was much discussion. Where we're going to be world video presentations again, and many brands saying very committed to actually getting models, and of course, journalists and buyers in seats again and having them walk down a catwalk. What happened. Well some of that's happening. There are shows and people are attending. In fact, there's an official French calendar and on the French calendar, it should it tells who is going to be showing like Gabriella Hurston who is going to be digital chanel showing some people are doing digital. Some people are doing both. The same in Milan summer having shows and some are digital and. I don't know who's attending. I saw that Brian boy the the influence Sir is back in Milan and he's thrilled to be back in. Milan. I saw that on his instagram or his twitter feed but I mean, I know that for example, I contribute to the New York Times magazine is a New York Times as a freelancer, and that team is not coming to Paris spending Friedman's reviewing everything from her home in New York. So you know I know that. Americans aren't really aren't allowed to come to Europe anyway. So there's the whole Chinese can't people can't come to. Europe. A lot of people can't travel. So I, think it's mostly people who are in town who are going I was asked to go to some shows in Paris I have no interest going to watch them on digital. Why do you have no interest I'm curious because you're part of this. You know we're all in this together we that we we have to go out and support and a lot of people say the same thing with sporting events as well. Of course, if the if the guidelines are followed, etc you know. These things tend to drift away and become part of the sideline or do you think that the future is digital? We don't need to go to shows anymore even go into shops. I think that know they're pushing it too soon too fast. I. Think you know we don't need to go into shops and or we don't need to go to fashion shows right now. In fact to me, they feel frivolous and not taking what's going on terribly seriously Yes. We need to boast our our morale a bit by sitting next to people who could have the bro The bug and sitting there with a mask on and you can catch union, catch it through your eyes. You know I don't feel like taking that risk I'd rather be safe and I think that's the most important thing right now.

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Company creates climate-friendlier bricks

Climate Connections

01:10 min | 2 years ago

Company creates climate-friendlier bricks

"One major causes carbon pollution is all around you building materials including bricks. Traditional. Clay bricks are made by firing their heated to about two thousand degrees Fahrenheit which takes a lot of energy. But can attack. A Scottish startup has developed an alternative called bricks. They're made of ninety percent recycled construction and demolition waste, and they do not need firing so manufacturing a K. brick only produces one tenth the carbon pollution of a traditional brick. Chief Scientific Officer Gabriella Madero says that cakes are durable offer, good insulation and could be made in many different colors. Architects and designers they get really excited because they can be adopting a building material that is sustainable is as durable as what they're used to using, but they can be vertically. And can produce very exciting different new designs. We've all callers that we can produce. Candidate is producing the bricks at a waste and recycling facility and Bro. And as the company expands its production and distribution K. bricks could help lay a foundation for more climate-friendly buildings.

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Tom Thumb to open on the street level of a 14-story East Dallas apartment building this fall

The Dallas Morning News

00:36 sec | 2 years ago

Tom Thumb to open on the street level of a 14-story East Dallas apartment building this fall

"Long awaited Tom Thumb supermarket just east of downtown. Dallas plans to open this fall on the ground. Ground floor of a new fourteen story apartment building the fifty six thousand square foot supermarket will be on the street level of the Gabriella a three hundred seventy eight unit apartment building that plans to open this summer and has started leasing. It's one two and three bedroom apartments Tom. Thumb originally planned to open in late twenty nineteen, but work on it and the GARBRIELA was. After a tragic crane accident during heavy storms in June of two thousand nineteen that killed one person and injured five others

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Sabatinis stylish dominance; Nadal and Federers 2006 classic

The Tennis Podcast

07:48 min | 2 years ago

Sabatinis stylish dominance; Nadal and Federers 2006 classic

"Amy Thank you so much for your support and to everybody that bacteria kickstarter at the end of last year which enabled us to carry on all year long and produced the tennis podcast four. You hope you're enjoying it. We certainly are catherine say. Hello Catherine David. Hello Matt. You're right. Hello yes fine. Thank you good. We have had the most wonderful weekend watching old tennis matches from Rome which we are going to really have with you today from nine hundred ninety two. The story of Gabriella Sabatini is extraordinary. Run in Rome for titles in five years and also talk about how more generally she's one of those players that tends to get forgotten. I'm afraid to say including bias. I can't think of many times that we've mentioned the name Gabriella Sabatini over the last eight years of the tennis podcast. And we're going to put that right today. She also turned fifty as well over the weekend. So feels like a good time to do that. And we're going to go back to the two thousand six men's final between Roger Federer and Rafael. The Dow a dare say many more of you will remember that one and maybe some of you watched it with us over the weekend so lots to talk about before we do that. Let's just mention the news of the week. Which is that more? Tennis TOURNAMENTS HAVE BEEN CANCELLED UP until July thirty first on the ATP circuit and the events. The wheelchair events have been announced on the men's side tournaments like a start Baastad Kitzbuehl in Newport or cancel because of the corona virus. And we await to find out what will happen with the American swing in August. But I mean it doesn't sound great so we'll have to wait and see several WTI events until mid-july cancelled as well but no great surprise. I'm afraid Catherine I should say as well following on from songs that could be used for the corona era a particular mention for EJ Stanton on instagram. Who suggests don't stand so close to me from the police. Yep Yep acceptable. Yep that's yeah. I've heard that mentioned a lot of the lowest we were going for more. I don't want to diminish EJ's contribution that we were going. Ooh For more specifically songs that reference the absence of crowd right so rather than sort of general corona virus social distancing song bags which which I feel are. Is anyone else a bit over sort of Korean social distancing song just over the whole thing generally? It's a very very difficult time for cynical people with a dry sense of humor because there's a loss of well intentioned sort of sickly happiness in sort of we're all in this together in we'll come through this and have you considered crafting. You should be crofting. Oh we're GONNA come out of. This is best move well rounded people and you know people that then you bunny the. I'm so over all of that. This folks is Katharine Whitaker. Who has just shown irs her two thousand piece Jigsaw which makes two in a row that she's not together now and she's also about her fiftieth podcast to the air with two weeks worth of dailies to come during Roland Garros Peppy Catherine. Yeah but I'm not. I'm not smugly telling people if you considered podcasting it's it'll make you a better human being during these challenging times. Stephanie my better I have. You always Dunk Jigsaw. No I mean I have on occasion in over the years done the odds Dixon L- but nights definitely I. I'm not doing this to to self improve. I'm enough to pass the time. I'm just impressed. Because not cool or anything they might even be able to hear me through the wolves but my parents started kick those and they're really not very good at them. How can you be? How can you be bad at jiggles? Unless you've got bad eyesight you've done you've done about five of them in the space have been out of the night soaking souls. We're talking two thousand pieces. My parents struggling with five five hundred faces. Maybe they need help just handed over to my kids. If I was doing a jigsaw. There's no why upbeat during it because I just lose know these inch. It's IT'S GONNA sound like one of these awful peppy. People is the IT. It's it's very mindful. It gets me off my phone hawks. Group it it's very it's you can still sort of be watching the telly obviously not physique. And have something on the tally in the background. And be paying attention to it but it gets you off your phone sort of it. Concentrates the mind. Oh God I hate myself move on. Can Multitask is what you're saying? Awesome specifically cannot multitask. So I would say it's a nonstarter. Meanwhile folks we have been putting photos on social media channels of ourselves in one thousand nine hundred ninety two where possible because Matt didn't exist nine hundred ninety two and two thousand and six respectively Matt has created quashed a picture of a tennis magazine on which he as a child prodigy is on the front cover wielding his racket. Like Richard Gasquet aged nine. Except there's no strings in the racquet That's the away so walk away. A few people were taken in by it. It's my absolute probably favorite thing. That's ever happened to me. That people actually think I was on the cover of Tennis magazine. Age Ten it was just at Wimbledon in the. Lta Tent way you could go up and have your have your photo taken in front of a green screen. And they were then imprinted onto ace tennis magazine. And yes they put up there alongside the words the not a the future Wimbledon champion going to all future Wimbledon. Men's having experienced his game. I can tell you what could have happened to a young Merrin Chile church in appearance. Yeah not sure what to say about that. Well he he opened so I'd go with that. Yeah no great. I'm in favor of all. Comparisons to professionals plays a singular. Us Open title is not all Wimbledon. Titles there is it still in underachievement relative. I don't think we're actually doing any matches from two thousand seven for tennis relived. Who knows how long ten is live? We'll be going on. We may have to come to two thousand and seven at some point but I actually went back the following year and appeared on the front cover again. Let's just put it up as a sort of extra what the people working uniform and that one.

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"gabriella" Discussed on Phil's Philosophies

Phil's Philosophies

02:36 min | 2 years ago

"gabriella" Discussed on Phil's Philosophies

"Check that out and yeah thank you so much for being on the show no problem. I was so narrated you got it. You got it. Thank you no problem so instead of actually just closing out the interview and calling it a day we actually have one more thing skinny jeans going to spit some buyer for US super high in the studio. That's right let's do it first off. You know what it is if you heard g live like I'm retired but I'm Ballin like I'm working. They try and go lied. I kinda had us in the first three. But it's the final quarter. I'm about to put up thirty. What do you want you sound dump when you talk about the drugs and the shots you in love with a truck? If I'm I'm the cream of the crop I'm seen as the top. How you peaked at the bottom and your little friends. Kinda give me. The creeps bitch started album. Mb done in the week. You're trying to keep your image perfect but it ain't that deep like What you say. Leave your imaging. He got his gift of Gab. But I don't speak unless it's money your exist in a joke. That's why you look a little funny. I've been so good with this paper. Michael Scott my swing a Dundy ball like my name is Daniel Monday. Five P undershirt. Like I was running but I wasn't and she told me that success is going to affect me but it doesn't. I got everybody watching zeroed in demarcus cousins pockets on Jay Jones and bees buzzing. Cut The small talk. We doing big things whole lot. Lula as what does vibe brings the checks five digits. Just nine rings. I guess I raise the bar just threw in this rhyme thing and there's Henny in my system so I'm leaning on my man. I said I wanted Asian food to Japan Japan. A No Katy Perry. But I'm coming for your brand and his mouth go kinda crazy ask your man ladies and Gentlemen Skinny G. Thank you so much for. Grace us with your presence. We appreciate it honored to be here and with that. I'm so happy that you guys tuned in today and I'm so glad to have Gabriella mole guards skinny. Gee on the show. But you guys know the drill. If you enjoyed today's episode rate the show writer review share with a friend and show some love to our guest skinny gee and you can find her social in the show notes. We'll see you on the next episode fills philosophies..

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"gabriella" Discussed on REAL 92.3

REAL 92.3

02:26 min | 2 years ago

"gabriella" Discussed on REAL 92.3

"Of tombs a man is in his bag and also please eight six six two four six eight nine two three because she is hilarious Gabrielle Gabrielle a make a lot though all right I the neighborhood Gabriella hello hello Facebook how are you doing my love Gabrielle Ortega allow from bellflower yes all righty now where you at right now nine I am at work actually do work at urgent care wow how is it working over there right now are you are you a little bit not paranoid a little bit annoyed but but what's your concerns I'm not actually like an inmate or anything like that I do the paperwork and stuff like that but I do have you know some of the enemies come into my office for trucks and stuff like that the pretty much like well Jeannie souls they went along like masking stuff buy stuff but it's because I'm I'm seeing you walking into the building I'm not do you notice that lasted and now I heard that but you know it baby girl like we need you and others just like you you don't sound like you you ladies and gentlemen you are really on the front lines you know and when people say oh I work hard for the money this is what we really realize who's really working hard for that money baby girl now what about at the house I have you would you do it at the house right now Yue stockpile in are you doing more movie nights do you have a do you have a husband kids what was the family house like idea I do have lots of fun but fun and I still hasn't actually been a list so it is kind of my sister actually she's been single moms but she's going to have to deal with that most of you not to do it on the weekends but it is hard it is really tough right now but I mean you know we're going to get to this Gabrielle is crazy what our norm he is right now you don't see light is seen lie I put a put on on Thursday I put up a throwback Thursday picture right and it was from February twenty seventh and it even on February twenty seventh our world was different and and right now man is is just a different vibe but we would would definitely get through it and you're at work right now yes I am all righty and you called us so within your twenty minutes so I'm gonna go ahead and double your pay with big boys bankroll baby girl and thank you for calling us up thank you for continuing to listen I thank you for being our neighbor for as long as you being baby girl all righty well thank.

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'Deeply concerned' WHO declares COVID-19 pandemic

UN News

01:00 min | 2 years ago

'Deeply concerned' WHO declares COVID-19 pandemic

"Cases of covert nineteen infection. Continue to Climb U. N. Health Agency chief hedgerows at Hanham Gabriella repeated on Thursday his warning that some countries are not doing enough to combat the disease on Wednesday the World Health Organization director-general announced to the outbreak could be described as pandemic almost one hundred twenty. Five thousand cases have been reported from around one hundred twenty countries. The number of cases reported outside China in the past two weeks has increased almost thirteen. Fold speaking in Geneva the. Who chief insisted that all countries had lessons to share about how to prevent infections save lives and minimize the impact of the disease? He insisted that the agency was playing. Its part with more than one hundred. Seventy six thousand people enrolling in Cova Nineteen training courses on the open. Who Online platform.

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"gabriella" Discussed on Wealth Transformation Podcast

Wealth Transformation Podcast

13:36 min | 2 years ago

"gabriella" Discussed on Wealth Transformation Podcast

"Are you so full of fear? You can't even talk about money and wealth. Dr Cheryl is showing you. How shift your mindfulness with your wealth relationship? Most people don't even like to talk about money from a personal level. You can learn how to get past the fear and talk about money and wealth and free yourself tonight. We have a very special guest and tonight we're focusing on the wealth of surviving. The Holocaust and our guest is Gabriella. Montaner and welcome. Welcome Welcome I. I wish I'd had a chance to read your books but there. I just haven't been able to do that but I've been doing a little research on you. And she's ninety six years old. I mean you've wow your story from the beginning I I am. You fled from Germany from the Nazis. You have five languages. You had no. I have four because my my Dutch has been partially forgotten. Combat practice practice. And you're an author of four books but you're finishing up your fifth. Is that right? That's right term. Win The draw to more in the drawer. Wow hats off to you for doing that. Wow Wow well let me. I just want to quote something that k. q. e. d. said about you Gabriella. Montaner is a local treasure. An internationally recognized novelist and memoir asst who has distinguished herself. With literary work of a rare and high caliber. I think that was very well. Said and wonderful in probably not enough. But that's what I that's what I saw on on your biography and you have a masters degree in English and creative writing well from San Francisco state wonderful so please start with your story. You know where where were you born in Chemnitz Saxony which is close to tick. Andriessen is in industrial. I mean Chemnitz is an industrial and is that near. Where is it near like a big city what you liked and Dresden Barlow and also very interesting cities but came litz is very? It's a more for for business enterprises financial but it also tries to do a lot of and still having a very interesting Opera House in Contra two so how old were you when also eleven years old. Okay when all this started with the Nazis came into power and my father. Immediately after reading in COMF- he saw the handwriting on the wall and he said I'm not going to stay here. He had just built up Mary Wonderful Factory with his brother after world. War One and He said I'm not going to stay in here. And he immediately decided to leave but he spoke all these languages and peoples traveling all over Europe so he could continue for a little while to get the merchandise. He had these three quarter socks that were in fashion in the stove's the knickebocker and I remember as a little girl. I have to hold up his stocking and footfalls it in French. I can't remember now. He's in my in. My in. This book is a memoir. Wherever right about this and so I had to make the versus meant for my father's factory so he didn't hold onto and I saw my picture van. I tipped on the shoulder of the woman before me in front in front of me and I said that's me and that will stress the little girl picture in those days and arrows growing up and I saw her and he said what she said what it wouldn't quite see no connection there. I'd say years past. Will this one short memory? But what happened? Is that my father left immediately into heighten uncle. My mother's orbis brother who won his medal for the first world. War is a hero. The Nazis imprisoned Tim. He was found in in Norway where he hit escaped. You hit send his three children into three different countries and he had left Germany for for Norway and then obedience did not save him in any way and the Nazis sent him to Auschwitz and his wife also mmediately guilt and he and he is the one who got very angry at my father and said this is going to pass over and this is not going to stay for long. How can you dare leave? The beautiful country will sort of such a Patriot and the pool member and he'd be up both killed in this by such a tragedy. So we're both your parents Jewish. Yes okay yes so so then. Where did you go from there? Railway rental I to Switzerland but found that it was too expensive. It's Lindros Mary expensive friends there. He had friends in all these countries because he had his you and so we went to Italy and in Italy. It was so pleasant we loved it there and he had a representative who was quite jokester and he said to him he introduced him to Mr Romano. We didn't know a new client. And he said you know when you meet him and Shaka's handsy Joe Beningo and you'll be very pleased and so my father said show Beningo burst into laughter because it means Hello. You Jack Is Chow. Bullying Dialect Appeal Montes. Roy broke the ice and the whole family became friends. This hules years at such wonderful friends in Italy but unfortunately piano teacher or seven years older than I am when I have been in Turin. I became student. Vanessa both thirteen or fourteen and be became so close. We had such a wonderful connection with each other but she later. She was teaching the piano and then she moved to Rome and the whole family moved to Rome and she became famous actors under Visconti theater actress and then be met again. Fourteen years later. When I went to Positano I met her again and reveal too young woman that you know false. Almost thirty and so beat of friendship grew very very deep and full of life. You know so. Unfortunately she died several years ago. So what else can I see so we went to? I wanted to go back to to the time that we lift and my fall than rent on his his business for a few years until the confiscated everything out since they wanted him to come back and you'll to him back. He tried to him back but he refused and they wanted to make it easy for him and he would he back and they had an alternative Mona too so he didn't know what he just did not want to do it. But in forty one as soon as they had invaded all the countries in Europe. They confiscated a absolutely everything. And that's what Wendy really escape holes in forty two because we stayed in Italy until thirty thirty eight and it was a lovely lovely place to stay and we have these wonderful friends and loved the Italian in everything Italian. Was there anything before you left? Germany was there anything really traumatic. That happened before we left Ya. The IT started right away. When the Nazis came to Chemnitz all these laws came up against the Jews. They started out with little things one after another and then they made people sweep the streets clean up and people who were professors and You know really high class people and they put them down like this and it also renders and be felt this right away and we had to leave from one day to the next. I had to leave all my friends and because we had a very nice life when we were little and before and I had a teacher who was very sweet to me I will says pet so to speak you. The teacher's pet and it turned out I came. I went back in one thousand nine hundred nine and he died in the meantime but I asked my ex school friends how he was and he said or he was so sweet in those days with you and so forth but he became violent Nazi later. I was so shocked yard. Mary disappointing. I think this is only the beginning ren be lift and so in Italy. We did not feel fascism both pretty bad with Mussolini but but people are not destroyed like this right away and so forth where you or your immediate family hurt at all physically no in that process. Okay good no we never wear because we were incredibly lucky. We had so many coincidences that you wouldn't believe and it's hard to believe you know how God was looking out for you. It was so strange and this story that my friends he wanted me to tell is a story that was very dramatic and when B B In Belgium but I don't want to be so fast in telling you of other continue. The stores could go right ahead. That's okay yeah. Yeah No. It's fine it's fine. It's what's comfortable for you to let it float it'd come to comes to my mind. Something comes to my mind. Yeah Yeah so anyway. Maybe in Belgium we we thought we could stay in Belgium because the Belgians were very In your to the Germans because they occupied in World War One so they knew how to today. Is the French. Say how to manage the situation you know and so we we were in the end. We stayed with a family who Jewish also but he had been he became a baker demand. Became a big in this family. We're very sweet to us to my iphone married when I was twenty years old with one foot in concentration camp and the other one the flight and the judge team that was in Holland that I was married to my first husband and be very good friends and I told him that I wouldn't. He wanted so much to marry me and I did not want to be married for life. I felt much too young but I said we can be such good friends in L. Mary you now because at the moment we can really try to save lives together and we did. It was of great help in many ways but the one thing was that my father was absolutely depressed after all the things he went through in Germany and so forth and he. He won't be invited at that. That story that I wanted to tell you. When we were in Belgium we are invited for not by people who had taken us in at the very beginning for a few nights and then he was placed here tennis player. Okay we all do it all new size. Laughter is good especially if you're going to have their moments of humor also anything but in any case we've been invited for tea and only my mother. I could come which was very fortunate because the two men were busy with something else and they could not come for tea so we stood there on the in front of the goal and there was required. See for on the window upstairs. There was the Lady of the house she did like this. Get away get away and her husband. The one I thought was her husband. Went like this the opposite. Come here come here. You know these assigned to come in and before we decide we completely dumbfounded because we didn't know what to do to two young men came down in civilian and said come in come in and German and so we are called. The Nazis had come in. They hit built a trap for a lot of people that these nice people helped to escape to to to escape to Portugal and Spain and they were sitting there in the dining room and we will suppose to immediately go into the bedroom to be interrogated by the interpreter with these..

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Making Privacy Law

IRL: Online Life Is Real Life

09:47 min | 3 years ago

Making Privacy Law

"The word regulation gets tossed around a lot not lately and it's often aimed directly at the internet's big tech companies some worried that the size of these companies the power and influence. They wheeled the magnitude of their presence in our lives. It's too much that these companies need to be given boundaries that they need to be regulated u._s. Senator senator elizabeth warren for instance says big tech is too big. She wants to break these companies up but on the other end of the classic argument that any regulation is overreach that regulation actually stifles innovation. We should leave it to the market. Everything will sort itself out. Consumers will settle their problems with their dollars. It's a debate that's ongoing but over the last year in the midst of it a funny thing happened. Tech companies did did get regulated. Here's how it all started a little over a year ago. The general data protection regulation russian became law across europe the g._d._p. Are as it's called was and is a big deal. It lays out explicit rules rules around how companies collect store share and use data grants consumers important rights to protect their data privacy and it imposes. This is big fines on companies who breach these rights lake spain's national football league recently the spanish data protection authority sanctioned the national soccer league <hes> from spain <hes> because of their mobile tap gabriella zamfir fortuna is with the future of privacy forum and this story caught her eye mid june spain's top pro men's soccer league. It's called la liga and the league app is both for i._o._s. And android but according to the spanish data protection authority the android the android version comes with a bonus feature on the app did was that the microphone would turn on for a couple of seconds ends every minute during a live football match lolitas official soccer app can turn your microphone acre phone on to listen for a special audio signal sent out during televised matches. The human ear can't hear it. The league did that because because they wanted to cross reference the audio fingerprinting with location data in order to figure out what bars or restaurants were broadcasting the match without paying a license for that lolita says it loses one hundred and fifty million euros every year to piracy and fraud about one hundred and seventy million u._s. dollars by combining that audio signal and knowing where the phone with the app is as they can crackdown on unlicensed broadcasts well. That was the goal anyway. The data protection authorities says lalita didn't and seek out proper consent from its users and under g._d._p. Are that nets you a red card. The suspense data protection authority had an investigation <hes> <hes> and they decided to find the league with two hundred and fifty thousand euros. That's about one hundred eighty thousand dollars so that so one very recent example of g._d._p. Our enforcement lalita is crying foul. It insists everything it's does is legal and that it does get user consent. It says the regulator doesn't understand how the tech works so appealing the fine but for now they have deactivated he activated the feature complaints. Investigations finds an appeals. That is the name of the game for g._d._p. Ours first year and it means is that europe is leading the global privacy conversation around the world g._d._p. Are has sparked something. Similar legislation is spreading to places like brazil l. and japan india's considering it too in the u._s. No federal privacy law exists yet but the state of california has passed its own privacy law which kicks in next year not to mention the record five billion dollar fine levied against facebook in july by the u._s. Federal trade commission which by the way is the biggest fine ever levied and yet small compared to the tens of billions of dollars facebook makes every year financial penalties are getting bigger and privacy regulation has arrived and it's upending the relationship between tech companies and us their users today you'll hear from twitter's new data protection officer and how he says the company is rethinking how it handles our information and then microsoft explains why they claim they're eager for even more regulation and you'll meet the californian responsible for the passage of his state's powerful new data law. It's true one person can actually change the world. I'm new summary this i._r._l. An original okon cast from fire fox fire fox products have always stood for privacy when g._d._p. Our past fire fox fox didn't need to overhaul its business practices. The company's data privacy principles mirror those of the g._d._p. Are and even exceed them. In some ways it feels is like the rest of the world is catching up where the company has been all along learn more about how fire fox fights for you at fire fox dot com slash join the g._d._p. Are is a complex and detailed set of rules. We won't get into every bit of it but let's let's look at why it is such a game changer so i to clear something up. You know those annoying pop up notifications. You keep getting every time you go to a new website. This website uses cookies to ensure you. Get the best experience on our website. You'd be forgiven for believing that these problems are now mandated by continuing to use our site. Thank you agree to my terms of service and privacy policy. We'll use cookies to do things like remember what you've added to your shopping basket fi closing this vendor scrolling scrolling this page clicking link oh continuing to browse otherwise you agree to the use of cookies and you'd also be forgiven for finding them super annoying. I have seen plenty of those reactions because it might be that one of the unnecessary effects of the g._d._p. Are was that <hes> a lot out of banners. A lot of pope ops started to gloves of people. The pop ups are not a requirement under g._d._p. Are there more like a hack an elegant attempt by companies to get consent from consumers to collect their data. Here's gabriella again from the future of privacy forum but the g._d._p. Is carries much more than that. It actually starts from the premise that by mishandling personal data by on in <hes> fairly collecting unfairly using personal data more than deprive issue of people is at stake protecting online privacy. He is difficult and this law places. The burden of responsibility on businesses not consumers so for instance companies have to show that the data they collect act and use is necessary to providing their services and if someone asks that their data be deleted. They have to comply another strong long privacy protection that the g._d._p. Provides for is that it allows individuals to actually have some control over their personal data the the g._d._p. Are also provides for individual rights of action <hes> which means that people can go to court and ask for damages if if they think that <hes> any company or other organization a breach to the data protection rights and in fact a lot of people. We'll have been filing complaints according to gabriella in the first nine months of the g._d._p. Are being applicable. We have about two hundred thousand cases that were opened pinned with data protection authorities across europe because of g._d._p. Our companies including google facebook twitter apple and linked not in have faced investigations into their data practices but there has been some criticism of g._d._p. For one some say that the number of registered complains planes have not led to enough investigations others believe regulators haven't find enough companies for enough money to really make a difference but this is all still. I'm very new. They're calling it. A transition year as companies and regulators alike adjust to the new privacy status quo consumers. These are having to adapt to. I think we have a long way to go until the everyday internet consumer around the world will understand his his or her rights but certainly the g._d._p. Are has raised awareness okay so those the dp are basics if you wanna learn more about consumer rights under g._d._p. Are and accompanies obligations find linked to the official site in our show notes at ira fire l. podcast dot org

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How Much Does This Cow Weigh?

Planet Money

07:59 min | 3 years ago

How Much Does This Cow Weigh?

"Golden was the kind of person who believes in experts, you know, people who had studied things people who knew stuff he figured they knew things that ordinary people just did not. I mean, of course, they did. Right, obviously elimidate golden goes to a country fair. This is about one hundred years ago in England. And there's this contest going on at the fair guests the way to the ox, Goldens, a scientist and statistician and he figures, hey, I can do an experiment here. Right. He's figures I'm going to take. Everyone's guesses take the average and compare that to the actual weight of the ox. We heard the story from James, sir, Wicky, he's an economics journalist. So he thought what you were gonna end up with was a really flawed guess because in his mind what you were doing was you were taking guesses of few smart people a few mediocre people. And then a lot of morons because he basically everywhere. Everywhere. So he figured the the the group's gas was going to be way way off the Mark the contest organizers gave golden the little slips of paper with everyone's guesses on them. He took them calculated. The average the average was eleven hundred ninety seven pounds and the ox the ox weighed eleven hundred and ninety eight pounds. So that in other words, the crowds judgment was essentially perfect one pound off one pound of this is super creepy. What's going on here? Is there? Some kind of like collective unconscious. Magic is like a ouija board or something. Right. But the idea that underlies this it is everywhere. The idea of the stock market, you know, thousands of random people buying and selling shares like when you hear that apple stock went up or the Dow plunged that's basically people guessing the weight of an ox, it's everywhere. Right. It's it's the price of oil. It's the price of orange juice all kinds of things that are really important to the world work exactly this way. But why should it work? Why should a bunch of random people a lot of whom have no idea what they're doing somehow magically produce an answer. That makes sense does this really work. And if it does why. Hello and welcome to planet money. I'm Jacob Goldstein. And I'm David Kessler inbound today on the show, Mr. golden, we redo your experiment. What's the Cas name, Penelope Penelope? Thanks for letting us. We you better. She's chewing one bound off come on. Support for this podcast and the following message. Come from ZipRecruiter hiring used to be hard multiple job sites. Stacks of resumes. But today hiring can be easy. And you only have to go to one place to get it done. Ziprecruiter, ZipRecruiter, sins your job to over a hundred of the web's leading job boards. Then ZipRecruiter scans thousands of resumes to find people with the right experience and invites them to apply to your job. Try it for free at ZipRecruiter dot com slash planet. Money. Now that my says has lost all its territory what happens to the people left behind. She chose to take. So that she should starting Syria on raw and what about their children? How it ends a new series on embedded. So we came up with a plan to repeat, Goldens experiment. Find a fair and a cow in a big scale to weigh cow. And then he grit in the grit, and then we were going to throw the question out to the crowd. Ask the world. How much does this cow way? We didn't want to just limit it to people at the fair. So we figured we'd take some pictures post them online and asked the whole world to guest. So we went out to county fair in Burlington county, New Jersey, we met Penelope the cow in the dairy tent. She was sitting on a bunch of. Hey juiston. Kuzmich was taking care of her. Can you just describe what she looks like? Yeah. She's mostly black. She has white legs. And she has a white spot in the middle of her head, but she big black cow. What did you say? So I said holy cow without even realizing saying she's much bigger. She just stood up. She's walking out of the barn now. And she's way bigger than I thought when she was sitting down. We took some pictures of you Jacob standing next to the cow for scale and just for finally decided to ask people at the fair how much they thought Penelope wait as it happen. It was kids days. So there are a lot of kids. Which was fine. You know, non-experts what's your name K? Look how much do you think? Now ways. Six pounds. How'd you come up with that number? 'cause I'm six years old. You guys want to guess how much this Calloway's sixty hundred pounds six thousand. Dear how much you weigh? Not at all. I'm sympathetic looking at L P. I had no idea how much she weighed. Like, I didn't even know how to think about it that way more than my car that you a less than my car. I don't even know how much my car was more than a cow. I wanna say more than a cow. We found an older group of kids and yet they also guest on the low side, but they had this bigger problem. This this really more worrying thing, and it was a problem that adults also seem to have. And it was this the first kid said a number, and then all the other kids said, basically, the same number numbers that were like too close to the I it's like they're incapable of guessing anything different. How old are you? I'm ten how much do you think that cow ways? He'll hundred pounds. My news Gabriella, I'm ten and I think the cow as three hundred pounds. My name is kid nine seven years old, and I think the cow weighs three hundred pounds. People are not that different from cows. We heard if we don't know something we look for a leader. Even if the leader, maybe doesn't know any kanobi finished chewing, and we took her over to be weighed. It's actually pretty unusual to one away cow and the scale they had of the fair was not for. What kind of scale is this? It's actually like a truck scales. What it's for same sauce scale use for big trucks and stuff, which we use it the way the tractors during the tractor pool for the work it'll work for a cow. Yup. Testing bam. You were obsessed paranoid. Arguably paranoid about keeping the result of this secret. You didn't want it to leak out? I guess Gan all of these people had gathered actually, can we can we clear commune seriously clear, everybody out except for just a minimum of people. Like, can we swear you? Okay. Just see everybody else. Everybody else over there. Here's sin walked Penelope up onto the scale. We watched this little digital display. Okay. It's one thousand three hundred and fifty five pounds. One thousand three hundred and fifty five pounds. We walked Penelope back to the dairy tent. And then we went home the next day. We posted photos online of the Cowan you may right. I was there to give some sense of perspective. We put you on the tractor scale. Yes. Hundred and sixty five pounds that much. That's how much I weigh then our colleague courtroom buoy here. Put it all up online guests the weight of this cow, and the ideal was our hope was that lots and lots of people would guess because the fundamental question here. The thing we're trying to figure out is if you have a bunch of random people making their best guests at something. Do you get close to you know, the truth? Do you get close to the right answer? So we put it up, and we waited for the results to come in. All right. It's been up for how long now two minutes comedy entries as fifteen inches reload. Reload. Here we go. Still fifteen still fifteen come on. Oh my God. That's all we're gonna get fifteen. We'll re tweet this.

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"gabriella" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN

Sports 600 ESPN

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"gabriella" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN

"For some people difficult transitions like retirement divorce or loss of a loved one can hit harder than expected. And bake- tribute to feelings of hopelessness or even thoughts of suicide. The risk of suicide is even higher for men over fifty who served our country. Guys like me. That's why support from friends and family makes such a big difference. Every day. Actions could help save a life. Together, we got this. Learn how you can help save a life veterans crisis line dot net. This is the story of a very special woman in a matter of seconds. She turned herself into a great mathematician or an entrepreneur. Her knowledge was limitless instill is she could also make monsters disappear. Specially those that lurked in the shadows under the bed. This woman put back together a teenage girls broken heart, which had been shattered in a thousand pieces chest by giving her a bear hug. She masqueraded as a regular person at work. But as a superhero at home. Everyone knows her as Gabriella, I still call her mom. Your hero needs. You now.

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