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"galvan" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"Hardy reports. Among the 26,000 runners and walkers was Marco galvan, the head of students run Chicago, a group that mentors and trains high schoolers to run the Chicago marathon. This is like a safe space where they could be whatever they want. And, you know, we're not really pressuring them to run fast or whatever. It's just, it's not for a grade, it's not for any, just hang out. The 8 K run and two mile walk has a festive energy, adding to that is the green guys, a group of men and at least one woman who paint themselves head to toe in green and wear green wigs. We're actually slower. But yeah. We said water, yes. It's a process. I'll leave it at that. It's a process. They've been running, taking pictures with, and inspiring others along the route for 15 out of the shovels 42 years. Nancy hardy one O 5 9, wbm. Bilingual help is needed in the Cook County suburbs for the upcoming April 4th elections. There is an immediate need right now for election judges and polling place technicians that speak Korean Hindi Gujarati and tagalog for the consolidated elections, according to the deputy clerk of elections for Cook County, Edmund Michaels, who adds that ballots are available in those languages and several others. Polish, Ukrainian, Russian, Arabic, Chinese, English, and Spanish, the default on ballots, Michaels, says that any voter speaking any language is allowed to bring any person with them to help translate their vote. Just they're signing an affidavit that saying they're supporting this individual and the reason they're supporting it would be for language. So it's just simply signing an affidavit online on the poll book itself, which is an iPad. Those interested in helping out on election day, April 4th can find more information on the Cook County clerk website. Brandon eisen one O 5 9 WBBL. Chicago police are investigating a fatal hit and run early yesterday morning in the Fulton market neighborhood. A couple of Mike krauser reports. Police are looking for the driver of an older black four door Mercedes sedan that has frontend damage and is missing a passenger side mirror. It was just after 1 a.m. when a witness told police the driver disregarded a stop sign at Washington boulevard in green street and hit a 26 year old man. He was taken to strode your hospital initially in critical condition he died soon after. The Mercedes was last seen going east on Washington toward the loop. In cases like this, police would be looking for surveillance camera video, attempting to ultimately identify the driver, the major accident investigation unit says it quote needs the help of the community to solve this crime. That's the story from Fulton market. A reminder, when you want to listen to wbm on your phone, download the free Odyssey app and click the word follow for easy access
"galvan" Discussed on The Final Furlong Podcast
"And the key with him I would say is that the going because as Ben just said it is currently good to soft. On the cross country course, if that was to deteriorate further, it would put me off of. Because while he has one on soft ground, all of his best form is on good. I think it's really between the two. I respect a lot and her price is very favorable, but from a wind perspective, it's really delta work versus galvin. And galvin is trying to do what delta work did last year, coming with no experience, but he has gone over in school. Similar to Delta work. Similar to what they did with Tiger roll. I know Tiger roll actually competed over the cross country fences before winning this race. But they've done this a few times now, just bring horses over to school, because of courses was similar. They didn't actually run them in a cross country race. They just schooled them. And looked at the prices gone though. It's what is he two to one? I think he was a little bit shorter. He's probably drifting because of the ground, but the cross country going is different to the other tracks, and right now that is good to soft, which he'd be fine on. He'd be well clear and official ratings. He'd be clear on racing post racing and pro form ratings, and you're getting one of the best horsemen in the business on his back. In Jamie cards. So if it stays at that going good to soft, I'd probably favor galvan. If it goes pure soft, tell it to work all day long. But it's going to be a fascinating race. Right, the grand annual oh, I can not wait to hear your thoughts on this one. Dino blue heads the betting at 7 to one with bed. It's the same price as final orders who's been well supported, and of course it's unbeaten in his last 27 starts. Last year's favorite Andy dufresne is an 8 to one shot and has been well backed with bed deck from tens. Unexpected party is a similar price, San Siegel, 12 dad's lad winner at the courts for Willie Mullins earlier in the season, 14 to one and third time lucky has just been backed into 12s with beta before we come to air. Ben, this is definitely a race for trends. How are they looking? Yeah. All returning off a break of 26 days or more. Previously run a grade one or grade two level, or at least four pounds below the top rated horse as zero for a 142 for those that didn't mean that I start and it's been a difficult race for those needed ahead of the weight ratings to win. And you do Fresno to frame two frames.
"galvan" Discussed on The Final Furlong Podcast
"I believe, will probably go to the brand where I actually think both of them will run. And Nikki said on the weather these preview, last week, the city chief doesn't go to Sheldon. She said, Democrats missed the coffee. The stable. I would very much fancy Garrett if he was to go to the Brown adviser. I'm surprised that remedies is the one that's going to go there. And I think Romeo is he traveled really well and the race when he got choked out against the devil's coach manager was needed travel I also don't necessarily need to go open trip. Maybe that's something to do with it. Danny mullin said on the weather these preview that holds every all season since you come back in and Patrick grabs the menil and throws his leg over them every morning so I was to not let anyone else get on him so he said, I think that's obviously been a plan in the bacon. So you see last year you finished as you already said it would be touched on the two years ago is running the ballet more last year, even if they're in the hoist in your own press a which in the context of this race is very strong for this festival falls rock salt these experiences second season novice. Some of the new use like in this really is not necessarily in recent runnings and things like that with experience of novices. Is slightly less significant nowadays with the more would there be a more options. I think the smaller field sizes are not some of these novel shapes aren't quite the test that they once were, which is perhaps why we see stat level as an example last year that as much experiences previous winners. Look at the many pretty much archetypal national winner from years not to distant past. So I said and see him going well if The Rain does stay away and I think the alternative will be chemical energy. I think he definitely wants I think he definitely wants a decent ground obviously at the track early in the season. And then encounter the long break. Obviously I don't mind the mission runners run as race I think he's gone. And it's your job on that effort. But he definitely is better on good ground and he shaped last time on his return. NASA integrated three and not saying great to be just on devil's coachman. He traveled he traveled really well for a long way. And it was eased down on his channel 20 sheet to me like desperately needed to run underground was probably softer than ideal. This is fair start in 99 days. So I'd happily forgive that and God knows a good record in this race and especially with horses who've been targeted at the target of that from somewhere else, which was the case of novice chase the October meeting. I think I would like to see definitely some good in the description on the ground for chemical energy if that's the case. These are possibly 12 minutes of the favors. Yeah, ground is key with him. I was surprised he even turned up at nice. Because Gordon did say a cheltenham at the showcase meeting that this was the target, which was exactly the same thing that he had done with galvan. Who then Gordon got suspended. He was transferred to in Ferguson. But if you wanted to be really technical about it, you could say, well, that was actually Gordon, who trained them, but Ferguson was the one who, you know, it wasn't like the Denise situation where she took over training the horses at the yard. The horse actually left the yard and then came back afterwards. But Gordon had done most of the prep work. And he does have a terrific record in this race. And he does have a terrific record when he targets one. So he had said, after he wanted to showcase meeting, you won't see him again till tell them. And that's the target. And then he brings him out at nice. And clearly, he just didn't handle it around that day, and he obviously badly needed it. Obviously something had changed and Gordon felt they needed to get a run into him. He said the other day in a stable tour that's people seem to have forgotten them and they shouldn't. And that this has been his target all season and he's been pleased with him and he's worked since. He'll get Jamie called on board. Probably suggest that maybe he wasn't he probably did need it because often we've seen Gordon brinkhorst the gentleman for this race on the back of a lengthy layoff. The fact that he even gave her on on suitably soft ground would suggest that maybe it wasn't quite as full as he wanted to be. So plainly use it as a stepping stone and getting the initiative that he wants and it's no harm on an extra bit of experience. That was only useful, chase starts. He does not experience the flavor. So it's probably no harm at all in the room. Obviously you run it last year's festival as well, he finished. One three 7, but again, it's just a lot of bends on the ground within on decent ground. Let's say you need to have a good chance of the big race. Yeah, and he's one of the old course. At the showcase meaning that was the old courts. I like him. I like him a lot for this. I would much prefer him to Mueller mission or church don't worry. I don't see someone who can turn the form around with Gary de menil. Which then, in my mind, limits my own mission as well, who's likeable. You'll run well at the meeting last year. He was beaten 23 links, but that wasn't a great one behind the nice guy. And he was a very impressive winner of a novice chase at an, but I just don't see it with him. I can see it with chemical energy. I can see him stepping forward massively. Technically, Gordon has trained four winners of this, right? Really, he's trained three. In the last ten years, Willie and Patrick have had three winners in the last ten years as well, back in focus, ruthven, and statler. And you made a very interesting point about the Irish grand national last year. So let's hone in on that because that is three miles 5. And he did weaken towards the finish. I'm inclined to forgive him that because he was a 6 year old. Would that be fair in your mind or do you think that they're actually might be a stamina concern with them? I don't know. That really is a 6 year old novice at the time. Ruin off a big wave as well. I think given off a mark of one 54 and a good margin, again. There's probably a huge field next Tuesday for the national energy and certainly the probably won't go anywhere in the year ago, but didn't go now. So even though it's a similar trick, the probably won't take quite as much again. I wouldn't have thought of the child in the next week, so I think it suggests that not because in this race is over two and a half against 90,000 last time. It looks like he's just found out that he's only just below the top level of novice chases last season on this season over two and a half three. Could any of the others in this field that's one way of trying to say could any of those finished behind a lot of person are always in your therapy on mighty part of eating less than ten months or two miles 5 last time? Doubtful. On that, Patrick wallins is a stable tour for sporting life and said, I'm paraphrasing, but it was something under the lines of that he hopes the run over two mile 5 didn't fire him up too much. And that he can settle him and get him to stay. But he subsequently had a job in proving I said it can't wait to get the leg over him again. But I thought that was an interesting thing to say that he's taken on Mikey Potter twice this season and mighty Potter is going to take an awful lot of beating in the turners.
"galvan" Discussed on TuneInPOC
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"galvan" Discussed on TuneInPOC
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"galvan" Discussed on TuneInPOC
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"galvan" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Risks and thrive even when you fail Schindler sink Cassidy welcome to Bloomberg Thank you so much for having me Excited to be here So let's talk about your career which is really so interesting It covers everything from finance and investing banking to technology Let's begin at the beginning You started at Merrill Lynch in the early 90s a great time to start in investment banking what motivated that decision to go into finance What's a couple of things Number one I'd say the most intelligent reason was because I wanted a base in financial literacy and financial analysis which I thought would be great for any career I had And then the more emotional reason honestly I said top undergraduate business school in Canada and all my Friends were doing it I was like well they were doing it I should be giving you two So in some ways I called I call it a copycat goal I'm sure there are many ways I could have gotten financial literacy but I was bound and determined to keep pace with my rather competitive colleagues to get a job on Wall Street So you head to New York You start at Merrill Lynch Any formative experiences stay with you years later What are you most remember from that era Well the first is honestly just to struggle to get the job believe it or not And I say that to people because often we look back on the careers of others and think they look so pretty from the outside But from the inside it took me a good year plus to get that job I was rejected by a number of banks Merrill didn't even come to Canada to recruit And they offered me one of those polite informational letters It said something like if you ever New York City we'd be happy to give you 15 a 15 minute informational interview and I remember saying to my father I'm like well look at that They just rejected me And he said well why don't you take a train ticket and down to New York You never know And obviously at the end of my rope I've been searching for a job for over a year As I said determined to get this job and not successful And I took that train ride and 15 minutes turned into a three hour interview And then they accelerated me to the final process which is for investment banks is very competitive I came down on a weekend and competed with all the sort of Ivy League American kids who had been through rams of interviews undoubtedly And I got the job So it was a pretty sweet pretty sweet success after a year and a half of trying Keep banging away So what did you do for Meryl when you get the job What was it that they had you do What were your responsibilities and what was the job like I think this is probably the second formative experience I had at Merrill So my role was financial analyst anybody who maybe has studied finance know that that's really a job where you create pitch books With fashion details about different industries I was in the financial services industry I was assigned to And you really create those books or what's called managing directors who go out and pitch large companies on using their services M and a services IPO services what have you And so the average analyst is spending days and nights soften through the night toiling decreases perfect pitch box So I certainly have that experience that I ended up working for a pretty eclectic young managing director called Henry Michaels And Henry was detail oriented they could get tight smoking definitely capable of driving others crazy But he took really deep in early interest in just teaching me about believe it or not the savings alone industry And I think he found me to be maybe a rap student and I freely admit after taking a year to get that job I was just bound and determined to be successful at it So I was you know very inclusive very curious And as a result Henry kept staffing me and putting me I would say on jobs with increasing responsibility And so pretty early on I was going to meetings with CEO So he would set up and let me attend Of course I was carrying a pitch book but that didn't really matter to me the exposure did And as a result I ended up working on an IPO early the Long Island savings bank Henry kept giving me more and more responsibility And in my second year Merrill sent me to London which was unusual as well to send something that early And I got to go work on banking in the European banking industry and had just amazing experience So I gave Henry Michael's a lot of credit Tell us a little bit about what it was like working for Amazon in 98 and how a closely did you work with Bezos back then Well believe it or not that's that It was a pretty small company It was about 1200 people We were public So everybody got exposure to Jeff Myself included So what are some of those early those early times like at Amazon Well first of all as I said everybody was you know it was a small enough company that you could fit most of Amazon in one or two buildings that we made a couple of moves to where you know we were all in the same building Number two we all had to work as a warehouse including very top executives at Amazon Jeff and Rick galvan felt like everybody have had chefs over Christmas You had no day job You literally all had shifts in the warehouse which was a pretty amazing cultural cultural feat By the way that included like overnight chip You were picking and packing books music books CDs and videos That's true Jeff had bought the company because he believed it or not in 1998 still had his vision of a day where Amazon should show you every product on the Internet whether or not they had it in stock So this really vision of marketplace But Amazon at the time was just building out its own vertical So what was it like He was really the main champion of the acquisition of buying us for our technology He used it to start version one of Amazon marketplace which he shut down several years later So he had made many attempts at marketplace before he got the one that worked And by the way before the world was ready for it So it was pretty it was a pretty neat look into House for the visionary He was even early on That's quite fascinating Coming up we continue our conversation with kinder Singh Cassidy author of.
"galvan" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"New book is choose possibility take risks and thrive even when you fail second Cassidy welcome to Bloomberg Thank you so much for having me Excited to be here So let's talk about your career which is really so interesting It covers everything from finance and investing banking to technology Let's begin at the beginning You started at Merrill Lynch in the early 90s a great time to start in investment banking what motivated that decision to go into finance Was that those things Number one I'd say the most intelligent reason was because I wanted a base in financial literacy and financial analysis which I thought would be great for any career I had And then the more emotional reason honestly I said top undergraduate business school in Canada and all my Friends were doing it I was like well thank you I should be doing it too So in some ways I called I call it a copycat goal I'm sure there are many ways I could have gotten financial literacy but I was found and determined to keep pace with my rather competitive colleagues to get a job on Wall Street So you head to New York you start at Merrill Lynch any formative experiences stay with you years later What are you most remember from that era Well the first is honestly just to struggle to get the job believe it or not And I say that to people because often we look back on the careers of others and think they look so pretty from the outside But from the inside it took me a good year plus to get that job I was rejected by a number of banks Merrill didn't even come to Canada to recruit And they offered me one of those polite informational letters It said something like if you ever New York City would be happy to give you 15 or 15 minute informational interview and I remember saying to my father I'm like well look at that they just rejected me And he said well why don't you take a train ticket and head down to New York You never know And obviously at the end of my rope I'd been searching for a job for over a year As I said determined to get this job and not successful And I took that train ride in 15 minutes turned into a three hour interview And then they accelerated me to the final process which as you know for investment banks is very competitive I came down on a weekend and competed with all the sort of Ivy League American kids who had been through rounds of interviews undoubtedly And I got the job So it was a pretty sweet pretty sweet success after a year and a half of trying Keep banging away So what did you do for Meryl when you get the job What was it that they had you do What were your responsibilities and what was the job like I think this is probably the second formative experience I had at Merrill So my role was financial analyst anybody who maybe has studied finance know that that's really a job where you create pitch books With fast and details about different industries I was in the financial services industry That was an increase I was assigned to And you really create those books or what's called managing directors who go out and pitch large companies on using their services M and a services IPO services what have you And so the average analyst is spending days and nights soften through the night toiling decreasing perfect pitch box So I certainly have that experience if I ended up working for a pretty eclectic young managing director called Henry Michaels and Henry was as detail oriented as they could get tight smoking definitely capable of driving others crazy But he took really deep in early interest in just teaching me about believe it or not the savings alone industry And I think he found me to be maybe a rack student and I freely admit after taking a year to get that job I was just bound and determined to be successful at it So I was you know very inclusive very curious And as a result Henry kept staffing me and putting me I would say on jobs with increasing responsibility And so pretty early on I was going to meetings with CEOs So you would set up and let me attend Of course I was carrying the pitch books but that didn't really matter to me the exposure did And as a result I ended up working on an IPO early the Long Island savings bank Henry kept giving me more and more responsibility And in my second year Merrill sent me to London which was unusual as well to send something that early And I got to go work on banking in the European banking industry and had just an amazing experience So I gave Henry Michael's a lot of credit Tell us a little bit about what it was like working for Amazon in 98 and how a closer did you work with Bezos back then Well believe it or not back then it was a pretty small company It was about 1200 people We were public So everybody got exposure to Jeff Myself included So what are some of those early those early times like Amazon Well first of all as I said everybody was you know it was a small enough company that you could fit most of Amazon in one or two buildings that we made a couple of moves to where you know we were all in the same building Number two we all had to work in the warehouse including the very top executives that Amazon Jeff and Rick galvan like everybody have had chips over Christmas You had no day job You literally all had shifts in the warehouse which was the pretty amazing cultural cultural feat And by the way that included like overnight chip you were picking and packing books music book TVs and videos That's true Jeff had bought the company because he believed it or not in 1998 still had his vision of a day where Amazon should show you every product on the Internet whether or not they had it in stock So this early vision of marketplace But Amazon at the time was just building out its own vertical So what was it like He was really the main champion of this acquisition of buying us for our technology He used it to start version one of Amazon marketplace which he shut down several years later So he had made many attempts at marketplace before he got the one that worked And by the way before the world was ready for it So it was pretty it was a pretty neat look into how the visionary he was even early on That's quite fascinating Coming up we continue our conversation with kinder Singh Cassidy author of.
"galvan" Discussed on KCRW
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"galvan" Discussed on KCRW
"I'm Lakshmi, saying evacuations are accelerating from Afghanistan's capital, with thousands of Afghans and foreign national scrambling to get past Taliban fighters and into the Kabul airport. Army Major general Hank Taylor spoke a short time ago. Two evacuations in the last 24 hours. The total passenger count for those flights was approximately 16,000. Of that number. The U. S military transported just under 11,000 personnel. Security surrounding the evacuation is fragile. The U. S military says an unknown hostile actor fired on Afghan forces who are monitoring access to the Kabul airport. Afghan, US and coalition troops returned fire. Fighters. Covid 19 vaccines going from emergency authorization status to fully approved the Food and Drug Administration announces decision today based on an enormous amount of data on the vaccine's efficacy more than 200 million doses of the Pfizer shots. Have been administered since it was cleared for emergency use. In December. The U. S House is back early from summer recess to work on a massive social policy package. Here's NPR's Amy held Less than two weeks after the Senate passed a bipartisan trillion dollar infrastructure bill and approved a $3.5 trillion spending resolution, the House is taking up the legislation. Speaker Nancy Pelosi says they must get it done before October 1st. That's NPR's Amy held reporting. The Dow is up 272 points. It's NPR. A 31. You're listening to KCRW news. I'm Matt Gillam. Compton leaders are calling for the resignation of City Councilman Isaac Galvan, who is facing charges of election fraud and bribery. Gabon was arrested earlier this month on suspicion of trying to bribe a registrar employee and facilitating illegal votes in his favor to win the fifth term on the Compton City Council. One of those demanding that the accounts mint stepped down from his seat is Andre Spicer, the City Council candidate and entrepreneur who lost the election to Galvan by a single vote. He tells KCRW that the illegal actions Galvan allegedly took to keep his seat have dealt another blow to a city that is no stranger to rigged elections and corruption. The reason why we fight so hard, it's not just from me personally, but it's because This is what the people are, uh, voted for and it's really damaging to our democracy. Uh, how this is being him. So, um, If we want to get more people engaged in the voting process, we have to do things the right way. Spicer says Younger members of the Compton community feel that their votes are worthless because of people who illegally voted to undermine elections. Spicer says Galvin should be removed from office if he does not resign. Every 10 years. The city of L. A must be redistricted with new boundaries for City Council districts and 2021 is that year the process can have a big impact on representation in the city. Local leaders. City Councilman Kevin De Leon and Assembly member Miguel Santiago are urging members of underrepresented groups in East la to let their voices be heard in upcoming public meetings on the topic. Alien says. For decades, boundaries were drawn up in the U. S to politically marginalized people, including black residents, Latinos, Asian Americans and immigrants. How And where just boundaries are drawn, can shape our community's ability to elect the representatives of our choice. Santiago says it's critical to change that lines matter. Representation, Matt and here's the other thing. This isn't gonna happen for another 10 years. You don't get another shot at it. You can learn where and when the city's Redistricting Commission will be hosting meetings at redistricting dot l a city dot org And finally, state officials have started an investigation after a police officer in Santa Barbara County shot and killed a bystander while trying to shoot a suspect. The incident happened Saturday night in the small central coast town of Guadalupe. Authorities say the Guadalupe police officer recognized the suspect who was wanted on a warrant and tried to arrest them. It's not immediately clear what prompted the shooting. But instead of striking the suspect, the officer shot a 59 year old man. Lupe resident Juan Luis Olvera Percent and Prissy Otto died at the scene. The state Department of Justice is conducting an investigation into the shooting. Support for NPR comes from Procter and Gamble, maker of Metamucil, a five per supplement containing psyllium, a plant based fiber for traffic and removing waste.
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"Kevin Garcia struck out ten and Alex Dickerson homered for the second straight day is the giants won their third straight over the cubs for three thousand limited the cubs to a pair of unearned runs on two hits over seven innings he seven or no with a one point two seven ERA this season Galvan overcame Patrick wisdom's Homer in the second and retired the final fifteen batters he faced Chicago had won nine of ten before losing three straight in San Francisco the giants are a major league leading thirty seven to twenty one after winning for the ninth time in eleven games I'm Dave very
"galvan" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"He does use Financial conditions broadly to calibrate how easy or how supportive policy is and right now the markets are saying, yes policy is supportive, and it's gonna work and it's gonna create a strong recovery. And I think that's exactly where they wanted to be. What about recreational vehicles is an economic indicator all Tobel RV shipments Sword in April 2 46,760 from 65 03 a year earlier. This, according to the RV Industry Association survey of North American Manufacturers, Winnebago shares they're up now by 2/10 of 1%. Thor Industries up by 9/10 of 1%. Recapping stocks are lower s and P down now by 2/10 of 1%. I'm Charlie. Hello. That is a Bloomberg business Flash. This'll is Bloomberg Business Week with Carol Measure, and Bloomberg Quick takes Tim's 10 of it on Bloomberg Radio. So you might recall last week at the Bloomberg Live virtual event of our business. We could have a Jason Lynn, the director behind a massively successful, fast and furious franchise with the latest installment Terram out this past weekend called F nine. Opened internationally. Most of the tickets sales happening in the biggest market in the world, China There was a lot going on. Well, it makes sense, even given the status of reopening in China versus the United States. Exactly. We're gonna talk about the movie industry theaters opening up right here on Bloomberg Business Week, which is brought to you by being wine melons. Pershing inside is a virtual and free Getting to eight. Learn how insides content will leave you ready to lead effectively and think differently. Register now being y Mellon insight dot com So let's talk about the theater industry. Someone who's got a front row seat. Do that F nine opening and just what's going on and great to be talking with him again is I'm actually a Richard Galvan. He joins us on the phone in New York City, Rich and so nice to have you here with Tim and myself. How are you? I'm great, and especially great because of what you alluded to with the opening of that F nine last weekend, you know, it's been a long cold winter as you guys you're quite aware. And it's nice to have the good old fashioned Hollywood blockbuster back and I think you left nine really opened up like a Hollywood blockbuster. It did $165 million call Boy $135 million in China. I'm access market share was very healthy. It's our biggest opening in, you know, since before the pandemic started, so feeling a lot better than I was a few weeks ago. Carol, that's a big change. I mean, how were you feeling a few weeks ago? And what changed? That? Was it this opening weekend, especially globally? You know, probably being more honest than I should be. This has been one of the most frustrating periods of the pandemic for me, and that's because I think the world is really ready. Go back to the movies, and I think there are a lot of movies that are ready to go. But I think not every territory in the world is ready at the same time and the same pace. And the traditional distribution model would say you open up globally at one time all over the world, But, you know, guess what? This just isn't the time without works so that this time is called for different kinds of models. And as a result, the studios to most of you, located in Hollywood were looking out their windows and saying the pandemic is really not doing well here, ignoring the fact that you know they're being blockbusters in Japan and China and Korea and Taiwan for months, so I think Kind of we've been ready and a lot of places, but the movie's just haven't been there, and one of the things that was really unique about the release of about nine was. It was released in China about five weeks before it's being released in the rest of the world, which is a different model, and I think most of the studios have played it. Really conservative and said, We're not opening anywhere until we could open everywhere. But fortunately universal, you know, took the risk and doing this and it opens in the U. S in late June, but it really worked and I think you need to demonstrate. People want to go back to the movies, and you need the kind of numbers that we had in order to get people of studios comfortable opening in their movies, so I think This was a pretty big deal. Yeah, well, what's interesting is I remember you saying to when you and I talked, um, attacked Bloomberg live of anything. A little bit of kind of the way forward in terms of how the world maybe reopens. I think that's definitely the case. I think the big distinguished thing thing between China and other places that was China didn't vaccinate at the level that other places did on mostly achieved. It's kind of feeling of safety and low results through social contact, tracing and other means that would not use here in the West. So in a way as good as China's been Places like North America to be even better once it really opens up, because I imagine you guys noticed that the Knick game the other night, there were 15,000 people, um, you know, having a great time, and I really feel that it's going to be like the roaring twenties and people once they get out of the house and You know they could go back to what their lives were like before. I think that's gonna happen very quickly, and I think you know, a Zay said. It's happening in Asian. There's no reason I think that that won't happen here. Well, I'm wondering about that specifically here in the U. S, because we have seen companies like Disney and Warner Media. As it has is still called release. Theatrical releases direct to streaming direct consumer, and I'm wondering if you think that consumers have been conditioned to enjoy this stuff at home. Rather than in a theater. And that might not provide the incentive for them to get back to what they were doing before the pandemic, because now that I'm able to do it from their couch and not get a baby sitter Yeah, I mean, that's a narrative that I think a lot of this streaming services are promoting, but I don't really think it's going to play out That way. I mean, people were locked in their living rooms were locked in their kitchens. So when you're locked in your living room, you watch movies on your television set. When you locked in your kitchen. You don't go to restaurants You eat in your kitchen when you're allowed to go out. I mean, you look at almost every behavior Look at what's going on with the restaurants in New York and London and Los Angeles. I mean, people weren't conditions on Lee bringing in food. They were limited by the circumstances to doing that, and you even look at, um one of the recent films Godzilla versus Kong. That was released simultaneously by Warner Media in I Max. We sold out about 1000 shows around the United States. When people could get it for free if there were subscribers on their TV set, so I just don't think that's the way it is. I mean, people go to the movies, partly for escapism, partly for social reasons, Partly Social activity. Probably to get away from their kids Get away from the apparent to everyone has a different reason. But I don't think they're gonna say Oh, I'd much rather watch this in my living room with my family, which is what I've been doing for the last 15 months. That's Ojea Summer. Can't wait to do that on Saturday night. Just think every day I am being sarcastic, but no duly noted. Do but one second story, Carol, but it was an interim solution. Designed for pandemic and I don't blame anybody. I mean, if your Disney your.
"galvan" Discussed on KCRW
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"galvan" Discussed on KCRW
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"galvan" Discussed on KCRW
"This is press play on KCRW. I meddle in brand. Even with a vaccine for covert. We're still many months away from gathering together at bars and concert halls to hear some live music. But musicians are still putting in the work at home to release new songs for when those shows can finally happen case It'll be DJ Jose Galvan is here to tell me about some of the artists he is excited to watch. In 2021. Hi. How's it going? Well, it's going pretty well. I mean, just your average insurrection and impeachment to kick off the new year. Oh, so just a few things. But meanwhile, meanwhile, what have you been listening to in these last few weeks? Oh, my God. It's so crazy to think that yeah, Artists is still releasing music. There's no tour dates. There's nothing that they can do behind it. Besides virtual, you know, performances and all that, but, um Lately, I've been really digging into Ah, stuff from across the border that itself of the border been listening toe Carla Morrison, who is set to release a new album after many years. Kind of missing in the scene. She moved to Paris kind of on a sabbatical right at the height of her her popularity. She's an indie artist that does sort of like singer songwriter he stuff but now on the on the stuff she's released. It's kind of more in the poppy vein, which is really cool. She did some collaborations with J Bottle Bean and Ricky Martin. You know, no big deal when she was gone, but you know everybody's kind of looking forward to this from her. And she is from Baja. Is that right? She is. She is from the cutting. You know where the beers from? Yeah. Yeah, that's her hometown. Fantastic. All right. Well, let's hear a song that you brought,.
"galvan" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Make your way out. The door secretary of the Commonwealth says he thinks that's actually a pretty good idea. So good. He's written to Governor Baker to ask him just how feasible it might actually be. Galvan says he wants to see temporary medical staff at polling places to deliver these shots. And he says that would focus on certain populations like seniors and others who are at high risk everything to the municipal elections who are an excellent opportunity. As you know. Last year we had a multi million person turn out all on the same day and we will get it done most of the local officials with elections a very able to deal with the issues relating to crowds and having people available vaccine is expected to roll out to the general public later on this spring, but those were over 60. I've been actually start to get it as early as next month. I mean time this hour. We're getting new numbers tonight on covert here in Massachusetts. The latest report DPH confirming 5545 new cases of the virus in the Bay State's 74 more people have died seven day average positivity right down tonight to 6.67%. 454 patients right now in intensive care, 294 of them are intubated. Also tonight It's six times 62 new variants of covert 19 have been discovered by scientists at Ohio State researchers say they're similar to this variant we've seen in the UK, but there's a bit of a difference as it actually originated here in the United States. Dr Todd El Aurens over it South Shore Hospital in Weymouth. These are the consequences of us not shutting down the virus. Not being able to, you know, really eradicated like and tack it down, like other countries have done. Also tonight, researchers at Southern Illinois University, saying another strain they found could actually account for half the cases in the U. S Today. Variant is called 20 See us. It's been traced back to Texas starting in May, they say it's most prolific in the upper Midwest. All right, 607 premium pay is on the chopping block for retail workers here in the Bay State. It's a new year and it looks like New Year's Day is the last day retail workers in Massachusetts will get paid time and a half for working the holiday. Nobody. Charlie Baker is expected to sign a massive economic development bill in the coming days, part of the so called grand bargain that, among other things, increases the state's minimum wage. Part of the bargain grants retailers a reprieve from having to pay workers time and a half for seven holidays. Retailers say the premium pay requirement.
"galvan" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Brief show here with you on CBS Sports Radio. Taking your phone calls. I just gave you my opinion. I gave you my thoughts. Down to the wire. Final seconds. Two minute drill, two minute warning. On the 20 no timeouts. What quarterback? Do you want to have the ball? Who do you believe in? Who do you have the most faith in to get the job done? This entire off season or Excuse me this entire playoffs. There's some teams that have started their off season. But this year's NFL playoffs is real interesting. We got a lot of young upstarts. You're Josh Allen's You have Lemar Jackson's You have Patrick Mahomes was already established himself. You have vets you have the Aaron Rodgers. The raffle is burgers, The Brady's the breeze. We ain't going to see them for too many more years. In the case of breeze, this might be it. What quarterback would you choose? The game is on line. I would go. With Patrick Mahomes. I would go with Aaron Rodgers in that order. You ain't losing one without the other, but I'm just going on what I saw last year. For the past 10 years, I would have told you, Alan Rogers. Now I'm telling you, my homes. Come back after Come back after come back. Do it with his arms. Do it with his legs, do it with his brain. You can tweet me at J. R Sport brief where we pose the same question. The line here 855 to 1 to four CBS. It's a 55 to 1 to four, CBS. Let's start off in Cleveland right now, this moment. Let's stop the job. Jeff, you are CBS Sports radio. Go on ahead. Hey, how you doing? I agree with you about the homes and uh and rotten Rogers because he's done it longer, you know, and I feel a little more confident with him. I could tell you one thing. If not Lamar Jackson, you can't fuck. Oh, damn job. Damn. Just tell me how you're really feeling. How to kill me Why? Everyone thinks that Lamar is the real deal. I've never seen a quarter. Never seen him throw a ball where the receiver comes out of his route, and the ball is right there. Have you ever seen him do that? Well, that's that's a gross exaggeration. The answer is yes, but I understand your point. This is the situation. This is a deal. And there are plenty of elements down are related to this. We know he is an amazing athlete. He's raid on the ground. He's great with his feet. I mean, I don't know if you saw what he did a couple of seasons ago. This man we're not a couple. It is two seasons Now. You saw him when the M V p Right. What yet, But I know you saw he wanted Well, slow down. You saw him throw 26 touchdowns, right? Excuse me could have 36 field where I'm not 20. I'm sorry 36 touchdowns, but he's a thing. What are you playing wide receiver with him? That's another thing. If I'm a receiver, if you will receive what do you want to play for Baltimore? Let's be real. If you any if you are good receiver. Do you want to go to Baltimore? Well, well, well, It depends. It's too funny. Depends. You. Have you ever done Well, Jeff? What the hell You mean you're gonna slow down and let me talk? Thank you. I appreciate I appreciate it. Thank you. It depends because what they have done in a couple of years with this man they have. They have adjusted their entire offense around Lamar Jackson. We know this, Okay? Steve Smith is not out there. Joe Flacco is not there. We know this entire team is predicated. It is built off of the run. You can see that through each and every backup they even have. The team is built to run the football down your throat if I want to go and get a big old contract. Where are now can get a bonus for having 100 receptions. Do I want to go play for Baltimore? No, I don't. But if I'm a receiver based on their current situation, and I know that everybody is so focused in on the run that I could be the star, then there's a good chance I wouldn't necessarily avoid playing there. So that's my answer, and it's less. It's less about Lamar being able to throw the ball. They need to have receivers that can step up marquees. Brown isn't where I thought he would be. And if you want to talk about him, throwing the ball to the tight end, you know what's unfortunate. The tight end was probably the most short handed God they have out there who can go ahead. And snatched the ball. Jeff, I appreciate you for calling up from Cleveland. Let's keep it rolling and talkto Alan He's calling up from Toronto. Alan, you want CBS Sports Radio? What quarterback would you have the most faith in this postseason? Experience means everything unless you're washed up in these guys not washed up 41 year old, shallow rivers or 43 year old. A Brady like you just finished saying the two minute warning has been issued and there it's going down to crunch time and maybe to touch down their field goal. 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"galvan" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
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Secretary of State Galvin expresses concerns about U.S. Census Bureau
"Raising the alarm about the census. He's worried about an undercount because of the pandemic and a tighter census timeline proposed by the bureau today. Galvan offered to share the states. Occured with the Census Bureau. In a letter to census Director Stephen Gilliam Galvan said he's suspicious of the data being collected and is prepared to challenge any census numbers that are significantly below his offices estimates. It's been six months to the
Trump again suggests voting in person after mailing a ballot, calling system untrustworthy
"Critic of voting by mail, claiming it can lead to voter fraud and as we hear from CBS has been Tracy at the White House, the president getting support on that from the Kremlin. CBS News has obtained a new Department of Homeland Security Bulletin that warns Russia is amplifying criticisms of vote by mail. And echoing the president's own words claiming ineligible voters could receive ballots. So what exactly did President Trump mean when he said people who have mailed in their ballots should go to the polls anyway? And see if they're allowed to vote again. Some wonder if he's encouraging people to commit voter fraud or trying to prevent that from happening easy. Suzanne Sauce ful spoke with Massachusetts Secretary of State Bill Galvan Secretary Galvin was very clear about one thing. You shouldn't vote twice, Galvin says. It's pretty difficult to really understand what the president is getting at. If your vote was not received, or you had changed your mind about voting in by mail, and you had not returned your mail ballot. You may vote in person. So on that point, if that's what he's trying to say, then yes, I understand. He's trying to Arctic not very well. But he's trying to articulate the idea that you should guard your vote, Galvin says. Despite what President Trump thinks he knows voter fraud is not synonymous with vote by mail, and he thinks the state has so far succeeded at cross checking. To make sure people don't vote twice. Suzanne Saz Bill W. B
Boston - Judge Agrees To Allow Cities, Towns More Time To Count Ballots
"And the race to Phil Joe Kennedy's House HED is still too close to call from Tuesday's primary, and now a judge has agreed to a request. From Secretary Galvin Toe let cities and towns in the fourth district have more time to count the ballots. Apparently, they arrived on time Tuesday, but they weren't tallied by the end of the ninth secretary Galvan of what hangs in the balance for Jake Akan Claws and Jesse Mur. Mel Our canvas indicated that Mr Hawkin Klaus based on the numbers that were submitted to us I had a week has a lead of about 1789 ballots, the ballots that we've discovered in the towns of Franklin. Wellesley and the city of Newton come to about 1400 ballots so way calculated, Mr Welcome. Klaus personally has a lead of about 17 89. But we recognize that there's $1400. Olivia to be included the tabulation. So that comes down to roughly doing the math on the fly. There are 300 votes spread as soon as a winner is declared. We will bring that to you. First on double DBC news radio and the I Heart radio APP.
Massachusetts Secretary of State William Galvin says virus makes online census responses critical
"During a pandemic even counting becomes more difficult WBZ's Karen regal tells us about plans to ensure that every Massachusetts resident is counted during the twenty twenty cents a secretary of state bill Galvan says counting everyone is crucial when when college students who lived here for most of the year said no Marley that's not good I sent a letter to the director of the census and asked him to consider taking administrative records in in place of the actual head count I support for you to understand that they are going to be taking administrative records for the buildings which are students or students live in dormitories it's the off campus students that we work directly concerned about Calvin wasn't a fan of the online process last time around but he's changing his tune now
Boston: For First Time, Early Voting Available This Week in Mass. Primary
"Early voting starts in Massachusetts today secretary of state bill Galvan says it's the first time early voting is being offered in the state for presidential primary traditionally the last two times the federal voting it's for November election gal that hopes it will increase overall voter turnout but says it's too early to make any predictions
Early voting for the Mass. primary starts today
"Early voting starts in Massachusetts today secretary of state bill Galvan says it's the first time early voting is being offered in the state for presidential primary traditionally the last two times the federal voting it's for November election gal that hopes it will increase overall voter turnout but says it's too early to make any predictions
Early voting for the Mass. primary starts Monday
"For the first time in a presidential primary Massachusetts voters go to the polls early WBZ sherry small has the details the early voting starts Monday and runs through Friday the twenty eighth secretary of state bill Galvan says he hopes this will help to increase voter turnout it's not heavy intense build up that four years ago did but it is been picking up a lot the in course to our personal website in the last few days so we think that's an indication of voter interest we hope it will encourage turnout and we're obviously hoping the
Daily cannabis and skunk users run higher psychosis risk
"In London say people who smoke strong forms of cannabis such as skunk are at much greater risk of serious, mental illness and new study of drug users in Europe and Brazil suggests one in ten new cases of psychosis. Could be linked to the drug Richard Galvan has more. The study highlights the apparent dangers of the increasingly prevalent forms of cannabis such a skunk. Which now dominates the market in London there. So potent that the authors of the study believe people using them on a daily basis are five times more likely to have an episode of psychosis than those who never used them. Psychosis can include having delusional confused thoughts, hallucinations, hearing voices and feeling constantly
CBS board to discuss CEO Moonves investigation on Monday
"News Radio I'm Lisa Carter the death toll from California's biggest wildfire continues to climb at least six people are dead in the car fire near reading, in northern California to firefighters were killed authorities confirmed. Yesterday that a fourth civilian has died dominant Galvan says he had to rush out of his home. With only the things he could carry we didn't. Think the fire was gonna come here so we didn't really take things out like everybody else that was scrambling at the last minute to get out when. We saw the fire on the ridge Once we saw, there then we knew it was coming but it was, too late then the ninety five thousand acre fire has destroyed more than eight. Hundred buildings and force thousands of people from their homes, and lost in the chaos of fourteen foot. Python Sandra Hodge strike had to evacuate her store reading reptiles the snake in question. Managed to get out of his plastic tub she said it probably won't go far but once people. To be a lookout she says. It isn't dangerous but there might be a slight risk. To small dogs, and cats President Trump says if he doesn't get what he wants to an immigration he's willing to shut down the government Trump tweeted yesterday that he'll do it, if Democrats don't give him the votes for border. Security including a wall at the border with Mexico congress has until September thirtieth to reach a budget. Deal or risk a government shutdown the CBS board. Of directors meets today to talk about allegations of sexual misconduct against chairman and CEO les Moonves has multiple reports claim some board members are weighing the possibility That moon veg should, step away from his work while, the investigation progresses moon visit. Minute in a statement last week that there were times decades ago when he may have made some women uncomfortable by making advances he said those instances were mistakes that he, regrets mccook reports claims were reported in the, New, Yorker, last week you're listening to the latest from NBC News Radio everyone. This is Mike Davis hope you had, a great weekend let's check in with, our partners over at the. CBS four weather center and take a look at your Monday forecast for today partly, cloudy skies isolated showers and thunderstorms highs right around one, hundred tonight partly cloudy with scattered showers and thunderstorms and lows in the lower. Seventies looking at Tuesday partly cloudy scattered showers and thunderstorms, a little cooler with highs in the lower. Nineties you can always get your complete forecast over at CBS for local dot com. Anthony Scaramucci says he believes President Trump may have known if a meeting between his campaign officials and. Russia if you check sources inside. The White House and you check sources Side that campaign the level of. Fernandes's it is very possible on CNN's state of the union the former communications director for the president says it's possible Trump wasn't formed of the two thousand sixteen. Meeting after the fact the meeting was revealed to. Have happened at Trump Tower between Donald Trump junior Trump's son-in-law. Jared Kushner Trump's former campaign manager Paul Manafort, and, a. Kremlin linked lawyer in. Hopes of getting dirt on Hillary. Clinton however on CNN's state of the union Scaramucci says it's possible Trump never knew about the meeting Trump's former lawyer Michael Cohen. Last week, claimed, that, he, was there when the president was informed of. The Russians offered to meet with them before it took place Mark Mayfield NBC News Radio, Sasha baron, Cohen is aiming his confrontational comedy and former Alabama judge ROY Moore Colin. Went after more in an interview on the British comedians who is America series. On Showtime last, night Cohen was posing as in Israeli anti-terrorism expert demonstrating what he said was the technology. That detects sex offenders Cohen waved what looked like a metal detector Wand over. More the one veep several times and that's when more. Got up and walked off the set the seventy one year old more loss a special US Senate election. Last December after several women accused him of sexual misconduct when they were teenagers and he was in his thirty s, more than a dozen. Workers were rushed to a Wisconsin hospital after an ammonia leak Sunday morning.