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Rep. Lauren Boebert Discusses the Scandal of Her Opponent, Adam Frisch

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:58 min | Last month

Rep. Lauren Boebert Discusses the Scandal of Her Opponent, Adam Frisch

"Lauren boebert. Welcome back to America first. And doctor gorka is so great to be with you. I need to have verification. I trust Matt Boyle, breitbart is the most influential conservative news site out there. But this story of the Democrat running against you, I'm just going to say it out loud, having sex in a storage facility on camera and then getting blackmailed by the owner of the storage facility. Is any of this true? Can I just ask you, this is your district? Yes, so actually there was a whistleblower who contacted my campaign. And so I sent my campaign to have a conversation with this man. He was a longtime business owner in Aspen. And I wanted this further vetted. So we gave this to the mainstream media. And breitbart decided to investigate this, have their legal look at it. And we have video evidence. We have emails, correspondence between my opponent, Aspen, Adam frisch, and with this gentleman's Todd Gardner, where there was blackmail taking place to get Adam fresh to change his vote as a city councilman. The owner of the storage unit caught Adam fresh having an affair, his general manager saw it Adam in the act and then used that later as blackmail to get him to change his position on a vote that would have affected his cab business. So there are third party cooperations that took place. There's video evidence. There's emails and of course we have Adam frisch switching his vote to kill a mobility lab in Aspen that would have contracted with Lyft and put this pad business under. So let me just say this. If he can be shaken down by an Aspen cabbie, imagine what Nancy Pelosi and the D.C. lobbyists would do if they ever had him in D.C..

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477 whales die in 'heartbreaking' New Zealand strandings

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | Last month

477 whales die in 'heartbreaking' New Zealand strandings

"Some 477 pilot whales have died after stranding themselves on two remote New Zealand beaches over recent days Darren Grover the general manager of project Jonah which helps rescue whales says none of the stranded whales could be refloated and all the rest either died naturally or were youth lies in a heartbreaking loss The whales beached themselves on the chatham islands which are home to only about 600 people and located 5 miles east of New Zealand's main islands the deaths come two weeks after about 200 pilot whales died in Australia after stranding themselves on a remote Tasmanian beach I'm Charles De Ledesma

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The latest in sports

AP News Radio

02:00 min | Last month

The latest in sports

"AP sports time Josh rowntree a monster Monday night for Travis Kelce and the Kansas City Chiefs correspondent Greg eklund has more Kansas City tight end Travis Kelce caught four touchdown passes in the chief's 30 to 29 victory over the Las Vegas Raiders You know we started off a little slow Had some calls not go our way and not only us fired up at that entire stadium fired up and arrowhead had our backs so we just rally together and really really fought through that one After spotting the Raiders a 17 nothing lead Kelsey's third TD catch late in the third quarter put Kansas City in front for good 30 to 23 The Raiders scored their final touchdown with two 58 left on the game but a two point conversion attempt failed and the chiefs held on The Carolina Panthers fired head coach Matt rule Monday Rule was less than three years into a 7 year $62 million contract The Panthers are one in four on the year and lost the San Francisco 37 to 15 Sunday Rule was 11 and 27 during his time in Carolina defensive pass game coordinator Steve wilks was named the interim head coach Carolina also fired defensive coordinator Phil snow In baseball it was an off day for the MLB postseason for all teams with action set to resume Tuesday but there was some news The San Francisco Giants hired Houston assistant general manager Pete patella as their new GM Patella will replace Scott Harris who was hired as GM for the Detroit tigers last month In golf Dustin Johnson needed only 6 events to have a $30 million a year And he still has two events left with these Saudi funded lived golf tour even though he failed to finish in the top ten for the first time Johnson and clinched the inaugural live golf individual championship the two time major champion has already earned over $12 million winning the season points title comes with an $18 million bonus I'm Josh roundtree AP sports

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Scheffler clings to 1-shot lead as Tour Championship delayed

AP News Radio

00:29 sec | 3 months ago

Scheffler clings to 1-shot lead as Tour Championship delayed

"The bills have released rookie punter Matt orisa two days after a lawsuit was filed alleging the player and two college teammates gang raped to 17 year old last October General manager branded beans said the bills were not aware of the allegations made against arisa at the time they drafted him in the 6th round last spring The bills opted to keep arisa even while being aware of the allegations made against him since late July eriza was slated to be the starter after buffalo cut veteran Matt hack on Monday I'm Dave ferry

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Matt Araiza released by Bills after rape accusation

AP News Radio

00:29 sec | 3 months ago

Matt Araiza released by Bills after rape accusation

"The bills have released rookie punter Matt orisa two days after a lawsuit was filed alleging the player and two college teammates gang raped to 17 year old last October General manager branded beans said the bills were not aware of the allegations made against arisa at the time they drafted him in the 6th round last spring The bills opted to keep arisa even while being aware of the allegations made against him since late July eriza was slated to be the starter after buffalo cut veteran Matt hack on Monday I'm Dave ferry

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 Salem Radio's Dennis Prager on the Importance of Talk Radio

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:39 min | 4 months ago

Salem Radio's Dennis Prager on the Importance of Talk Radio

"Have written an amazing piece on your 40th anniversary of talk radio on the things you have learned in those four decades, 5 big lessons. I want to talk about a couple of them, but first, it's not in the article, but you told me how it all started and this peculiar weekend show where you had guests from different denominations. Will you tell us about that show at the beginning, Dennis? Because I love the concept. I began radio at the 32, I think 30, 34 years of age. And it was a blessing changed my life, obviously. There was an extremely popular show in Los Angeles on the ABC radio station. And I mean, so popular that eventually it became the most popular show in Los Angeles, despite the fact that it was broadcast on a Sunday Night, the least likely time for people to listen. But it dominated radio. It was called religion on the line, and it was dominant before I became the host. I just increased it, but I acknowledge it was I knew about it because everybody knew about it. A priest a minister in a rabbi would appear different ones each week, Catholic Protestant Jew, and the host. The host that I that they were thinking of letting go was secular and anti religious. And they were looking for a new host. I don't know if that was the reason, but they were. And by sheer good luck, my name was brought to the general manager of the station. And George green was a legend in radio and for whom I have only deepest gratitude for my life's journey, so he told this woman Roberta Weintraub May she rest in peace. The head of education in Los Angeles said, I need somebody who knows religion knows how to speak, but it's not a clergyman. And she said, I can't believe you're asking that. I just heard this kid at this Jewish institute here in Los Angeles. I went for a weekend there. I heard him lecture, he's terrific. And they said, oh, good, let's try him out. And in the middle of the show, the program director slipped me a note, I wish I had, I still had it. It changed my life. Tell them you'll be on next week.

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Celtics great Russell, 11-time champ, dies at 88

AP News Radio

01:15 min | 4 months ago

Celtics great Russell, 11-time champ, dies at 88

"I Mike Gracia reporting Boston Celtics legend Bill Russell one of the greatest players in NBA history dies at 88 Bill Russell the greatest winner in NBA history who anchored the Boston Celtics dynasty to 11 championships in 13 years died Sunday He was 88 Russell's family posted the news on social media without disclosing the cause of death After leading the university of San Francisco to NCAA championships in 1955 and 1956 and the U.S. to the Olympic gold medal at the 1956 Melbourne Olympics Russell joined the Celtics I had never seen the Celtics play when I got here And I played against Heinz in college But I met a couple of occasions And we had an immediate affinity The Celtics were guided by coach and general manager red arbok Russell would win He would make the great play He didn't care whether he went to league in scoring a rebounding or this or that all he wanted to do was be instrumental in winning Russell was a 5 time most valuable player and a 12 time all star Russell was also a leading voice for civil rights He was at the March on Washington in 1963 and at the 50th commemoration of the march We can never accept the status quo until

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Sharks hire Mike Grier as NHL's first Black GM

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 5 months ago

Sharks hire Mike Grier as NHL's first Black GM

"My Greer is the shark's new general manager the first black man to hold that position for a National Hockey League team Greer played more than 1000 NHL games over 14 seasons including three with the sharks He retired in 2011 and has since spent time as a scout in Chicago and assistant coach in New Jersey and hockey operations adviser for the New York rangers where he held many of the responsibilities of an assistant general manager He takes over a rebuilding San Jose team just two days before the NHL draft with his team holding the 11th pick in four days after the dismissal of the shark's head coach and three assistants I'm Ben Thomas

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AP Sports SummaryBrief at 7:24 p.m. EDT

AP News Radio

00:59 sec | 5 months ago

AP Sports SummaryBrief at 7:24 p.m. EDT

"AP sports I'm Dave ferry A person with knowledge of the deal says set of Rudy Gobert has been dealt by the jazz to the Timberwolves for four first round draft picks between 2023 and 2029 along with Patrick Beverly Malik Beasley and the rights to 2022 first rounder walker Kessler Two American men advanced to the fourth round of Wimbledon on Friday while two were ousted Francis TFO and Tommy Paul advanced Yannick center beat John Isner and Steve Johnson was beaten by Cameron nori Top seed Novak Djokovic lost just 7 games in his straight sets victory Metz pitcher Max Scherzer is now scheduled to make his return Tuesday against the reds More than a month after straining his left oblique The three time Cy Young award winner hasn't pitched since May 18th against the Cardinals Jim Montgomery is the new head coach of the bruins the 53 year old Montgomery spent the past two seasons as an assistant with the blues The sharks have fired bob bugner and his staff two months after the season ended the decision comes as San Jose remains in the market for a new general manager I'm Dave ferry AP sports

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San Jose Sharks fire coach Bob Boughner, assistants

AP News Radio

00:29 sec | 5 months ago

San Jose Sharks fire coach Bob Boughner, assistants

"The sharks have fired bob buchner and his staff two months after the season ended the decision comes to San Jose remains in the market for a new general manager Coach the sharks for the past two and a half seasons after replacing Peter deboer in December 2019 They missed out on the playoffs each of the last three years following a run of 14 playoff appearances in 15 seasons Interim GM Joe will says the incoming general manager will select the new head coach Mike Greer ray Whitney and Scott Mellon B have been linked to the head coaching job I'm Dave

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Australia Rude Restaurant-Rude intro and wrap

AP News Radio

00:55 sec | 5 months ago

Australia Rude Restaurant-Rude intro and wrap

"A restaurant in Australia is focused on giving bad service and customers love it at Karen's diner in Sydney the staff is rude Take the bag out Don't touch me I mean they made everyone move at me 'cause I'm vegan The burgers are said to be great at karens You're greeted by people like Alex Gonzalez The customer is always right at pretty much every other hospital venue Here the customer is always wrong There's nothing they can do to bay ride except maybe chip us like $500 The diner's concept is based on the term Karen describing a person who complains about everything and anything Mitch ransley is the general manager People love to be abused apparently They like to be sworn at they like to shout at waiters while weight is shouting there Karen's diner is catching on This is much cheaper than going to my dominatrix More Karen's diners have opened or are opening in Australia and one just opened in Britain Get out Don't come back I'm Ed

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Meet Mike, Dennis Prager, & Joey Hudson at the Next Town Hall Event

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:43 min | 6 months ago

Meet Mike, Dennis Prager, & Joey Hudson at the Next Town Hall Event

"This beautiful historic grier depot and we're going to have a great town hall evening of conversation of interaction, Dennis prager and I and Joey Hudson on stage, it's called patriots for America 2022 and Joey and I kind of took matters into our own hands. Ticket sales have been going great. I think they're all the VIP meet and greet, which is going to start at 5 30 at the Davenport, which is across the street in Greer. Catered by select restaurant in Greer, then the main event at 7 p.m. at the historic Greer depot. Well, I told Joe Joey and I got together and we sort of conspired. We said, listen, let's do a Memorial Day blow out special price for our listeners who will be in the upstate of South Carolina. We do that with my pillow all the time buy one set of Giza dream sheets get the second set free. The $90 off the my slippers blow out sale is going on right now. I like doing that. I love saving you money. So while pat Kelly, the general manager for the upstate's 94 5 the answer was out in California, Joey and I took matters into our own hands. We're now doing a 50 percent off general admission ticket price. If you text freedom to age 7 7 two three 5 94 O 5, you'll be able to get the tickets for the event 7 p.m. Thursday, June 16th, prager, Gallagher, onstage, with Joey Hudson, 50% off the ticket price for the general admission tickets. All you have to do is text freedom to 8 7 7 two three 5 94 O 5.

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"general manager" Discussed on The Product Podcast

The Product Podcast

05:56 min | 7 months ago

"general manager" Discussed on The Product Podcast

"Your own personal experience. How did you get your first product when it's been done? It's a really good question. You know, like most engineers, I started off in the engineering side and building according to what somebody had laid out and the more I thought about it, the more I wanted to understand the why behind what we were doing. Getting more context, understanding what the user benefit would be, how would we differentiate? And my journey manager was like, well, you sound like a product manager every day. Let's put you in there. And so luckily, I got a chance to do that. And then kind of fell in love with that, but that whole aspect of being in the middle between, here's a member. Consumer problem you're trying to solve. Here's our unique ability to do it and then really figuring it out with the engineers. And the designers, what are we built? So now I see that you've been a career karma for 5 years. And your first title there was VP of product. Right? Yes. So now you're a general manager. And I'm very curious about that. We always talk about how to break into product management or go from product manager to senior and so on. But how do you go from like VP of product? What is the difference between a VP of product and a general manager? Yeah, well, I've been blessed with credit karma to be able to have. Different opportunities and different roles, roughly almost every 18 months. So I joined in an area that I knew a lot about, I thought. And I could sort of leverage that expertise to help credit karma. Build around data and systems and recommendations, which is something that I have kind of a deep background on. And then sort of start a pivoting into more, hey, where are the unknown spaces, right? So we talk about this sort of building environment called lightbox, where we essentially have helped our banking partners figure out who are the right people on credit come up with the right borrowing products, whether it's a portion or a credit card. And really creating a synergy there on our platform. So building that set of capabilities and tools, which is more of an enterprise product. To be able to remove that disappointment for our members. So when they come in, they try to apply for something and frequently and financial services,.

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The Inspiring Story of Raido GM Barb Yoder

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:40 min | 8 months ago

The Inspiring Story of Raido GM Barb Yoder

"General manager of the radio station that carries our show in the Tampa Bay Area, really our flagship station since I live in Florida now full time, barb yoder is a pretty amazing woman. She's the general manager of AMH 60 the answer she runs the cluster of Salem radio stations in the Tampa Bay, saint Pete Clearwater region. And she's a pretty remarkable woman. She's a cancer survivor. And as somebody who has followed her for years and worked with her, that was pretty tough for all of us, not to mention what she went through, and yet she beat it. And when she beat cancer, the journey she was on was inspirational to anyone who knows her because being the strong person of faith that she is, she never, ever expressed any doubt or reluctance to embrace the idea that God had this that God was in control no matter what the outcome God had this. And you know that about people of faith, you know that deeply spiritual believers. Understand that no matter what adversity you face, God has this. It may not be the outcome you want, maybe it will. And thank God in barb yoder's case, it was exactly the outcome that we had all been praying for. She beat it, she is fit and healthy and ever smiling and a great presence in my life.

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"general manager" Discussed on The Product Podcast

The Product Podcast

04:57 min | 8 months ago

"general manager" Discussed on The Product Podcast

"That caught my attention, as I saw your title, VP and GM, so what is the difference between a VP and a VP and GM? So I mean, I think is basically the corporate level, general manager represents the actual role. So as a GM, I am responsible for more than product. I'm responsible all the engineering rolls up to me as well as product operations, technical operations, documentation, and then I have accountability for the P and L for my business unit. And so that is the difference between, I'd say, a GM and a VP of product might just have the product managers reporting to them. They may also have some of the other roles in some places we call it. People call it a head of product and it includes engineering, but usually had a product doesn't include engineering. Yeah, no, I'm glad we were talking about that because it's a lot of confusion, especially in startups, where there might be a small team where everyone is a VP. Yes, yes. Yes, this is, this is not the situation. Definitely not. Well, I feel very, very fortunate to have this responsibility and really its leadership over an incredible team that delivers just an incredible amount of work on the regular basis in terms of understanding what the most important things are for us to do for our customers and problems to solve. Working through the day to day of execution and being able to ship it and then working collaboratively with our marketing and sales teams to ensure that our customers get access to it. So I like to say I'm overhead, but they're the ones doing all the hard work. And I'm grateful that you are here with us, giving finding time to give back to the community. This is a huge opportunity. And I personally like to ask these questions because there wasn't really that much clarity..

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Stephen Ross and the Discrimination Lie

Dennis Prager Podcasts

00:42 sec | 10 months ago

Stephen Ross and the Discrimination Lie

"Dolphins owner Steven Ross ran the blackest organization in the NFL sportswriter Jason whitlock, who he's done, right? He's done a video for PragerU. And he's black. Two. Observed in a recent column. Again, dolphins owner Stephen Ross ran the quote unquote blackest organization in the NFL at one time, his head coach, general manager, assistant general manager, defensive coordinator, and several members of his ownership group were all black. At what point did mister Ross become a bigot when he decided to fire Brian Flores?

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AP sources: Despite reports, Tom Brady hasn't made up mind

AP News Radio

00:20 sec | 10 months ago

AP sources: Despite reports, Tom Brady hasn't made up mind

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Giants hire Bills O coordinator Brian Daboll as head coach

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 10 months ago

Giants hire Bills O coordinator Brian Daboll as head coach

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AP source: Bears hire Colts DC Matt Eberflus as head coach

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 11 months ago

AP source: Bears hire Colts DC Matt Eberflus as head coach

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AP SportsMinute-Wednesday Sports Vcr

AP News Radio

00:59 sec | 11 months ago

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"general manager" Discussed on Radio Boston

Radio Boston

03:14 min | 1 year ago

"general manager" Discussed on Radio Boston

"Sure i i think i it's important. I think for everyone to remember. Masking is is required on the mvp a per a per the federal guidelines and also the mvp as policy so that's masking for both employees and customers. So we ask that everyone wear a mask on the t- I would note that there is no evidence of any kind of superspreader event associated with transit anywhere in the world So you know. i think that's important. We continue to clean our vehicles. And disinfect them. I think as you know as we evaluate some of the public health guidance out there We may adapt that in the future but we are currently still cleaning our vehicles and disinfecting. Our vehicles for instance vehicles are on a daily basis. Touch points at our stations are every four hours so we continue to clean them I write it on a On a regular basis across multiple modes. And i encourage folks when they're comfortable To to give it a try. And i also want to acknowledge that there are hundreds of thousands of people who have been writing the t throughout this pandemic and And we've been there to provide the service. Let's go to the phones here. One eight hundred four two three eight two five. That's one eight hundred four to three talk to speak with general manager. Steve talk tech. Who's here with us on radio. Boston rose is on the line from her car. Rose go ahead. hi yes so funny. This happened just yesterday. A friend and i were leading the aquarium. We walk over to a t stop now. She does not have a charlie card so she goes to the machine and she wants to buy a senior ticket. Well the machine wants to verify that she is indeed a senior. I understand that with the only verification they ask for is her charlie card. She would not be getting a ticket if she had a charlie card. She would either user charlie card or use the machine to add on some money to the charlie card so she could get a senior ticket She was able to get a regular adult there. And i just thought how strange why wanted we. They is for charlie guard to verify her age when she wrote she would have one ready rosa this the aquarium t stop. Do you remember which t stop it. Was i think she said it was. Hey market so stay there rose. Let's turn to to steve oftack. Steve sure the so to the The the any any type of senior ticket or senior path is reduced fare product for seniors And we do need to go through a verification process initially to issue that ticket so you need to go to the charlie card store to To to get that ticket so that's just administratively. How we how we run that program. As opposed to steve sort of on.

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"general manager" Discussed on Radio Boston

Radio Boston

01:38 min | 1 year ago

"general manager" Discussed on Radio Boston

"We talked with wbz. Simone rio as part of our stations ongoing series. Boston underwater the blue line and really the whole mba system is facing some pretty clear threat. A sea levels continue to rise and his. If that's not enough that he is also faced with a serious financial crunch still reeling from the pandemic as we attempt to fully reopen the city in the region here with us to continue the conversation about all of that is not a general manager. Steve pontiac and he will take your calls. If you have a question or a comment about the tea for steve. Call one eight hundred four two three eight two five. That's one eight hundred four to three talk steve. Welcome back to the show. Thanks for having me so. I understand that you had a chance to hear what we were talking about before the break. Let me just give you chance to react to that segment about the blue line in the sea level rise threat sure I had an opportunity to hear. Obviously what was said in blue line is a is a really important part of our service and i i think for us we. You know we've done some pretty extensive work understanding what the threat is. We've made a number of investments. To mitigate it i think this'll be an ongoing process right Part of it is. What can we do to protect our specific assets and we are making a number of investment but part of it also is a much more holistic when a threat to the to. The tea is also a threat to the communities that we serve And part of it is working with initiatives like climate ready boston to come up with mitigation measures that protects not only the assets.

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"general manager" Discussed on Esports Network Podcast

Esports Network Podcast

02:18 min | 1 year ago

"general manager" Discussed on Esports Network Podcast

"The start of the OverWatch League season this year, got to bring on Matt tazmo. Taylor GM General Manager for the Dallas fuel from Envy game, how you doing that as well. Hey, I'm doing great. How about yourself? I'm good, man. It's it's been a been a lot of stuff on your plate as of what this past few months, right? Yeah, definitely. It's been a very busy offseason as with every offseason, but this one specifically was a very long one, and a good one versus one, of course, of course. So times when you've been the Dallas fuels general manager since their inaugural season, all the way back in what county 2018 - 2017 is. Yeah, I mean basically as soon as the bell before the horse League I was still managing the Envy of watched T. I became the Dallas fuel season so page everything OverWatch have been from the start come and become Dallas Fuel and then being with Envy for four and a half years or something like that now so yeah. Awesome. So let's let's address the elephant in the room. Everybody wants to wants to know about and you being the the GM kind of it felt to you and and your team over there. What exactly the overhaul you revamp? The team from top to bottom dead. What led to the choice to go with this current I guess all all Korean right all Korean roster. Yep. Yeah. So basically you know, at the end of last season pass, you know, we obviously weren't happy with where we were, you know, always striving to be a very competitive team in any League. We're in an eight-game we're in and that just wasn't really the case with the roster, I know like the the team, there's a give it their all and really tried to to produce the results, but it just didn't happen. And we realized that this was the time where we could really kind of revamp and and change up a roster and dead. Since then we basically had the opportunity for the first thing and the First Foundation was to look at a new head coach and a new culture stuff in general. And after talking to Young, Who I was a nice rest with near the end of the season, obviously taken up that had cultural, he'd obviously had a lot of respect for a rush who was formerly purse turtle. And then went to say you was also former element Mystic who was incredibly successful contenders roster and Canada started from there.

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"general manager" Discussed on Page To Stage

Page To Stage

03:57 min | 1 year ago

"general manager" Discussed on Page To Stage

"I think there are voices that have stories to tell that are not getting the opportunity to tell those stories and it makes me sad for what gets on a broadway stage. Yeah i would agree with that and a lot of the show sorry. A lot of those theaters are also run by nonprofits to so they're automatically taken out of the equation so there's even less than forty one for a commercial production. Actually come in and try and make way for themselves and of course the long running hits. That are not going anywhere anytime soon. It's crazy to think that maybe there's only twenty between and look you know to be fair. You know the long running hits are great for the industry right. I mean people come to new york. They come to broadway. Because of the long running shows they have no ran on their trip. Yes exactly so. It's it's not totally binary. Oh let's get rid of the long running shows. But i think it is pretty clear. What's i think. Really wonderful right now. About the the reckoning that is happening a all over the country but you know in our industry as well is that we're really coming. We have to grapple with fact that there are people out there were stories. And they still can't get broadway buildings and that's a problem and we really have to figure out how to address that wondering what are some of the responsibilities you have as a general manager wants to show his opened. And how does that alter things and you know as you keep going with the show. That's long running. Especially like rock of ages has been out for quite a while. Yes so. I think. Go back to our startup metaphor. It's you know we are before. Production opens. We are trying to get a start up off the ground every single higher every single contract we have to staff up. We have to get ready. We have to build the sets bill. The costumes get it into the theater. Opened on a budget advertise the show market the show..

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"general manager" Discussed on Page To Stage

Page To Stage

05:34 min | 1 year ago

"general manager" Discussed on Page To Stage

"So i'm wondering if there are any secrets. I guess to creating a budgets that the show is in the black and embry coupes. Yeah i think the secret is listening to the creative team you know. What's great about our process is that you have a creative team. Who comes the. They're passionate about executing something in a certain way but at the same time they want the show to run and when you can really engage everybody in the process i think. Sometimes there's this misconception that its management against the creator team. Oh it's the management there. They're blocking us. They're not giving us the funds but when we worked together we can actually solve some really interesting problems. And then when you to a creative team and you say look you know we. We think we're gonna make you know. Five hundred thousand dollars a week. The show is currently coming in at six hundred thousand dollars a week. Let's fine the moments that are really important will on those and the moments that you know we would have been nice to have. Maybe we can call those back. Only all work together. We can create a financial products financially smart and well executed and artistically secured. I'm wondering if you can speak to the you know because everybody is always wondering when shows recoup and sometimes shows go public with their recruitment rates in some. Don't i do say that. The typical rate of recruitment on broadway for broadway musicals is twenty percent. I'm wondering if you could say the same for off broadway with your experience. I if i had to guess it's probably less off broadway. When i started in the business there were very successful. Off broadway shows in fact like people will go see commercial off broadway as i would sort of say a badge of pride like oh i. It's sort of like you might hear somebody say. Oh i don't watch. Hbo i watch pbs. Right i think that was sort of something people said. You know i'll i. I don't go see the musical. I see the latest x. Show off broadway. There replays that were profitable off-broadway. Once upon a time W- it was a commercial production or transfer to commercial production off broadway. How i learned to drive a commercial production off broadway. You see that less and less these days. So i do think there are less shows that recoup off broadway so of course you know. Once a show is closed there are still other ways that the producers can still make money off of it and of course the writers. I'm wondering are those conversations about you. Know if if the statistics are staggering as you suggest with not recouping their money off broadway of course a lot of times shows want to go to broadway for licensing to regional theaters all that kind of stuff. Are those conversations a part of that initial production. Are you involved in those conversations in any way in to figure out a budget for that kind of thing as well to take all those things into consideration so that you know funds are still available for x y and z down the road a so much to unpack their the the short answer is we don't budget for the future. The money is so tight when a producer goes out to raise funds the raising money for an llc that has a very limited scope of what else is telling their investors. They're going to take on. We are going to raise money for an off broadway show in new york city. It tends not to be and gets a lot murkier. And i have only seen it done in a unique circumstances but it gets very hard to take someone's money and say look we're going to raise two million dollars we're gonna spend one point five on the off broadway production and then we're going to have five hundred thousand leftover for you know a cincinnati production if it feels i mean to stick with your original quote of being a startup..

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"general manager" Discussed on Page To Stage

Page To Stage

02:31 min | 1 year ago

"general manager" Discussed on Page To Stage

"Just make it up. You know a water bottle. Like i can send an intern down to you. Know some dollar store and buy the water bottle but chances are the water bottle ask actually has to function in a certain way eight times a week it has to have some sort of stamina to it it may need actual water and it may need a certain amount of heft in. It may be there dancing with the water bottle very quickly. You need an artisan to come in. And if not craft new water bottle you know. Make that water bottle. Perform the way it needs to perform in the show and that artisan is a real human being who has spent time. Crafting the art of props making and you know. Maybe not only do you need the human artisan to make that prop but that one prop is going to last times a week. You may think it's gonna last but it may not last eight times a week. You know something that we do hear a lot is you know. Why can't we just get an intern for this. Why can't we just hire some on at nyu to to make this. And you can't at the end of the day like it is a skill and you know when you're working in commercial theatre you have to pay for that skill. The audience won't forgive you. If if you don't and especially first time producers who i love to work with are very shocked at the cost of budgets and how much it actually costs and one thing. I always say to them. You know you can do a show for fifty thousand dollars. I don't know how to do that. Show it is possible. We know college students all across the country are doing it. Every single weekend pre pandemic. That is a feasability. But it's because they're willing to construct the costumes in their bathroom. They are willing to rave their closets. And that's fantastic. But if you option the right to do a show off broadway you're not gonna have that kind of buying. You know these are people. You're hiring your staff their employees. You have to treat them with respect so people say like like i know shows. Ken cost fifty. Yes they can cost. You can do a show rent a theater rent a space and do fifty thousand dollars next weekend. It's not an off broadway show. It's not a broadway show. Okay so on the same topic of budget. So on gems website you say that katie. I'm helps clients crete award winning theatrical productions. That are both financially profitable and artistically groundbreaking..

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"general manager" Discussed on Page To Stage

Page To Stage

04:38 min | 1 year ago

"general manager" Discussed on Page To Stage

"You know my firm was a startup for a while until we weren't and then my firm helps other start-up startup so was very meta. How are you looking to diversify your client roster. What i always tell potential clients when they're choosing general manager and i think the same works in reverse when the general manager is deciding whether to take on a certain client is doesn't matter general manager you hire for all pretty competent. We're all gonna come to pretty much the same budget. The contracts are all going to look pretty much the same. There's so much that standard. We'd like to think every time we direct or do a new director contract. We're reinventing the wheel and you know that a couple of loyalty points here. They are that one manager is going to do better than the other. It's all going to land in roughly the same place. It's really about who you wanna work with at the end of the day And especially things we're all reevaluating. Our lives during the shutdown. I think we're all sort of thinking you know. Who is the person. I want by my side. Who are the clients. We wanna take on And the same is true for the people who want to hire us i. The person is my staff the people that you want to guide you and it's just about fit at the end of the day speaking of staff. So when did i many. How many back to mike. How many people do you have working for you. And when did you feel. It was right to build your team. Yeah you know. There's that expression that circulates around startup culture higher when it hurts. I think that's pretty apt. I always hired right before. I was fully comfortable hiring. I could sort of see that we were all getting a little bogged down You know look the. The company started in my apartment on the upper west side living room. We slowly built out the team as we were getting more clients. As i could tell that you know somebody on the staff was getting overworked or needed a little bit more relief or interestingly if somebody had a skill set that i thought you know that's something that this person should really focus on making up a little bit. You know accounting. This person can really walk our clients through the accounting side of the work. This person's really good at budgeting. This person was really good at contracting and negotiations But yeah i mean we had. I think about twelve to fifteen people depending on how you're counting right before the shutdown now. We're we're a little bit all disbursed sort of waiting for the world to come back on but yeah when it from my living room to full staff in times square so then when you when you do get hired for a production what are the next steps in building budget so i always like to say that some people come to us with a budget number in mind and some people come to us with the vision for the production. I and so a budget can actually start in one of those two places but a kind of has to start from one of the. So what do i mean by that. Let's say you you want to produce. Titanic the musical on broadway and you come into manual. Like i daniel. I wanted to titanic. It's got a star denzel washington. Tom cruise viola davis. And i want the ship to sink in five hundred gallons of water. Eight times a week..

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"general manager" Discussed on Page To Stage

Page To Stage

03:41 min | 1 year ago

"general manager" Discussed on Page To Stage

"My name. Is daniel cuny run. Kgan theatrical broadway and off broadway and touring general manager and company and since the pandemic have also started tengo dot com which is a video streaming platform for theater artists and those looking to hire theater artists..

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"general manager" Discussed on Page To Stage

Page To Stage

02:37 min | 1 year ago

"general manager" Discussed on Page To Stage

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"general manager" Discussed on De RetailTrends Podcast

De RetailTrends Podcast

05:10 min | 1 year ago

"general manager" Discussed on De RetailTrends Podcast

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"general manager" Discussed on Clock Dodgers Podcast - Motivation | Fantasy Football | Comedy  | Pop Culture

Clock Dodgers Podcast - Motivation | Fantasy Football | Comedy | Pop Culture

08:18 min | 1 year ago

"general manager" Discussed on Clock Dodgers Podcast - Motivation | Fantasy Football | Comedy | Pop Culture

"Is russell wilson. There has been episodes that he did. You know podcast and shows and Brady henderson wrote an article. Espn kinda summarize and everything. So we're gonna kinda jump around. Actually brady's article and some of the things that you know. Russell wilson has said recently It's interesting stuff. And i feel like i wanna talk about it with you guys. I want to. I definitely want your opinions on this one. This is a an interesting scenario of of sorts So first of all russell. Wilson says that you know in a very frustrated fashion that he's being hit way too many times By head i mean. He's being sacked too many times as sacks almost four hundred times is not you know it's not good enough now. Anyone who knows anything about russell wilson. The seahawks knows that while there. Are you know there's always room for improvement deficiencies on any position on team Th the seahawks definitely can improve in this position on the offense align to help russell wilson and fantasy terms. I mean we've been happy with russell. Wilson been one of the best quarterbacks in the league. No question about it. that's fantasy or not fantasy on honestly He's one of the best quarterback in league. He has great weapons In metcalfe and lock it running back situation while you know has been a little bit of a you know over. The years has been kinda up and down. But you know it's always seems like it stabilized enough where you're getting production. As long as the guy is healthy the sack situation and the offense align situation it kind of goes two ways because and russell admitted this right like part of it is often of line. Right and the other part is russell. Wilson like russell. Wilson is his own worst enemy in terms of being sacked. Because we all know. Russell wilson can hold onto the ball for way too long. You know trying to extend tinos thing plays. This is part of his his his talent his ability as the you know the the the Ability to do this right because not every night quarterback in you know run around and extend plays in and see things open up while he's running around. Not every quarterback has cable. That's a while he has this ability to do so. It also is a you know a gift and a curse of sorts In some way so sure. This hawks have to fix this But also russell has to fix his own issues and he had. He admitted this in the article. He said Here because dan patrick actually kind of excuse me dan. Patrick actually pressed him on this a little bit about you know Wilson thirty two acknowledges as much. He was asked by patrick about his sack total. He said i think that. Sometimes you hold onto it a little bit. Just because you're looking for that plane you find it but also so many of those times it turns into touchdowns to But you never wanna be sacked that many times four hundred times basically is way too many four hundred too many so i think that's a big thing we've gotta fix that's got that's got to be fixed and has to be at the end of the day because my goal is to play ten to fifteen more years fifteen tennessee more years. He's he's he and brady man. Let's just be honest. Every quarterback is the embraer right. Now like shit. I played on forty five. So yeah i mean if you wanna play a forty five. You can't be out here getting killed on a weekly basis. So i'm glad the in this situation. He acknowledged that he has to accept blame here. You know he. Essays accept responsibility is a better word Because you can't blame all this on the seahawks just obviously not just their fault The other part of this conversation. That i thought was more interested in something. I really want. Everyone else's input on is that russell wilson was said that you know. He cited brady paid manager. Breeze other top quarterbacks who who have or have had the kind of input in personnel decisions that he desires he says. I want to be able to be involved because at the end of the day. Is your legacy. It's your team's legacy is the guys you get to go into the huddle with at the end of the day. Those guys you've got to trust when you think about one of the reasons why it's how it tampa was. Because he felt like he could trust those guys and coach. Bruce arians was going to give him the opportunity. You think about guys like lebron james. He was able to be around great players that he could trust. I think for me anytime you bring free agency or other players. You want the best players guys who love the game guys who want to be part of that and as a player you kind of know that you get to be around pro bowls you get to see these kind of guys and you get to the huddle with lime in the receivers where you get to be around offensive guy so you kind of build that over time and you get to see who can really play as a player you really know. I think that the relationship is really key. I think that relationship is really key and dialogue especially being a veteran player. That dialogue is really important. This is interesting. This is interesting comment from russell wilson. Right now He also was asked if he's involved in conversations now for personnel personality. Said not as much as much as he wants to be Do you think it would help. If he's more involved. This is so this is really interesting right. Every player you would think would want to be more involved in personnel decisions because every player thinks they know the right call. Somebody probably not every player. I won't say that some players are axes questions. They say it's not my decision right. That's a team decision. That's general managers decision as a coach decisions above my pay grade. However the answer it abso-. I'm sure some of these guys want no part of it but when you have a quarterback you guys like russell wilson. He really wants to be more involved. Which kind of like man. Okay how involved. You let a guy like russell wilson. Being this. he's talking about guys. He goes to the pro bowl with and you know he plays with them in the huddle like i wrestle. We can't bring in every pro bowler number one to the seahawks number two. Don't you think if a player players in the pro bowl players really good. The seahawks management knows already at the management isn't bringing him bad players on purpose So i think more so. He wants to like when they bring in players to talk to them. He wants to be like he wants. His opinion axed he wants. What do you think about this guy. Russell what do you think russell you play with him at the pro bowl. Russell how do you feel about them. You know what will how do you think he misses. What our team. He just wants to feel important Feel a part of the decision. Making and i'm curious what the clock doubters out. There think about this. Because i'm sure there's some of you who feel like. Hey four players should play football and general managers and coaches and front office should sign players and is the players jobs to make you work. You know to build that camaraderie to build that chemistry on trust each other. Russell wasn't almost makes it feel like he doesn't trust players on his team. I i don't like some of the wording that he used there. It's almost like you know. Hey tom brady is the trust all his players. I don't get to trust mind. That's almost how it comes off. If i was seahawk fan. I'd be a little annoyed with it. You know but overall i get he just wants to be more involved. He wants his hands on things This way if things go bad he can sort of blamed himself for Rather than just defer that blame to other people i also think is interesting The we all see russell. Wilson was at the super bowl they showed him and his wife sierra talking to roger goodell and so he was also asked about Oh actually i. Before we do that he was asked about whether he thinks the seahawks have a about a potential trade and they trade him and if teams have called about him he said that he thinks you know teams have definitely called about him He believes that's just kind of part of the process for players that produce on a weekly basis like he does which goes back to the conversation that we had about. Derek carr and how teams calling about your quarterback is nothing odd. 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"general manager" Discussed on Big Fellas Basketball

Big Fellas Basketball

03:17 min | 1 year ago

"general manager" Discussed on Big Fellas Basketball

"Can you know when it's when it's important part of in call pacers fill the men get their input on something and then so we can make a decision. Otherwise maybe it's just craft an email kind of laying out what's happening. What's going on Send out you know what we have a two week report that we do with the pacers where i put together a kind of a comprehensive luck. What happened the last two weeks with the manson. Send it off to the higher ups with the pacers that everybody's you know understanding what's happening but yeah. Communication is is huge. Were big about laying out expectations to the players to the staff to agents so that everybody knows exactly where we stand at any given time. You know it's always better when people go in with a clear idea of what's expected rather than just trying to figure it out on fly and you spend this this awkward inbetween time. Trying to get acclimated but you know we really rely on on truthful and efficient communication to make sure that everyone is on the same page at all times lou and looking at kind of maybe the the gym position is always something. Whether it's a movie moneyball it's always been kind of quoted as having the most difficult part being whether it's everything related to bad news. They're cutting players all the negatives that come along with that. How does that work in the g. league is. That's something that you is the gm on how to handle it in a way that it's kinda showed in the movies or in the g. league. It's something where it's more of a coach's thing or or something like that. How does that work does definitely executives the deal we every year we bring seventeen guys training camp and only only twelve. We're going to make our team. So we got cut at least five guys reds beginning of every season and then over the course of the year. You've gotta make trades you gotta make pickups from team and that's just of the nature of the beast it's unpleasant for everyone involves you know i don't it kinda tears you up a little bit. You know when that cut day is coming at training camp. You feel a little queasy all day. Because you you know you're gonna be kinda slash dreams on some of these guys and some of these guys who will move on catch on the other teams or other leagues around. The world continue their careers. But there's gotta be a couple of guys here and there probably don't play again. This will be the last thing that they kind of experienced in their professional basketball careers. You hate to do it. We try to make it quick Not quite as quick as moneyball made it but trying to get some feedback of why you know. The decision was made what we feel. They can work on and you know. Wish them luck in the future. You kinda you know go from there. But you know you definitely don't want to make it about you as crappy as it is to do it. You know it's a it's a moment in their lives which is going to be really tough. You try to just be directing try to be honest and let them have some information that they can process later and use it to their advantage to catch on somewhere else. A very well put in terms of how one of the most difficult parts of the job is done and then wrapping things up in terms of the culture. It's still bear. In in bakersfield the pacers have a motto of the three. T's trust togetherness and toughness. How does that. How does that culture go from the nba..

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"general manager" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

05:48 min | 1 year ago

"general manager" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Miami Marlins general manager Kim Hang made history as the first woman and the first Asian American general manager. Major League Baseball. And shattered one of the few glass ceilings that exist in major league baseball for women. She stands on the shoulders of another woman named F A Manly who 85 years ago, triumphed as a baseball executive and became the first and only woman to envy inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame. A new book called Baseball's Leading Lady. F. A Manly and the Rise and Fall of the Negro Leagues. Author Andrea Williams tells the remarkable story of F A Manly, the owner and co manager of the Newark Eagles, a team she cultivated into a powerhouse. She also explores manly civil rights activism and the history of American baseball. Andrea Welcome to all of it. Hi. How are you? Good. So let's start with the fact that you are not only a baseball fan, you have worked professionally around the sport. The Negro Leagues Baseball Museum know when you first heard about the life and learned about the career of F A manly What jumped out at you? What leapt out at you about her career. Yeah, I think the first thing was just that she had done. It was really just what she was able to accomplish in the thirties and forties. I started working active you them in the summer of 2004. I had just graduated with the sport management degree and By myself, working in a front office on myself, ultimately becoming a general manager of a major league baseball team. I wanted to work at a small market club and, you know, I had my own Moneyball aspirations. But at the time there was no one you know you mentioned in the intro Kim and what? Just becoming the first last year And so, you know, I would always say that. You know, I wanted to be the first but I really thought that Kim would beat me. Um And I don't know. I mean, I do know why it took so long One, but yes, see, Seen F um and what she accomplished back then was was really eye opening because a We didn't really know about it. You know, I just got my job at the museum and Up. Kendrick, who is the president now was giving me a cooler and, you know, I saw her picture in the corner and started asking questions and researching and reading and doing all the things and, Yeah, it was. It was remarkable because she had been owners, um, female owner his team before that they're you know, have been owners and Major League baseball and in the Negro leagues, but she Didn't just only team husband. She really handle the day to day did all the player contracts and negotiations or the equipment and manage the books and did all of the things that a general manager does. And she gave it back there. Open the book with a scene for the 1946 Negro World, Syriza and F Family's team. The North Eagles play and beat the Kansas City Monarchs. Why was this such a pivotal moment in her career and in baseball history? Yeah, it was. It was pivotal because of me. I'm sure I don't think she had. Why? No, she didn't have any. You know, she wasn't a little girl thinking of owning and operating a professional baseball team one day, but everything that she did. She did it to the degree. So if she's in based on now she wants to live. No, it matter that she, you know, Matter of fact celibate like she. She's been struggling. All this part 200 steam, You know, having having a professional team hard anyway, But doing it in black baseball was that much harder. You know, Budgets were tight, You know, they didn't. They didn't have their own stadium, very few black owners on their own stadium, so they were giving up. Hefty portion of gate receipts every single game to the white teams that they rented stadium space from so everything was always such a struggle. And so it was finally like, yes, this is this is what it was all for. It also missed it. Now, when you're the top team, right gate receipts go up because now people want to come see the best of the best to play in that team. Hurt. Here We really go goes on it. Larry Doby, who became the first black player in the American League following Jackie, who was first in the nationally he was on that team, one of efforts players Oh, yeah, It is a big deal. You know, Now that we see that, um Major League Baseball is element you know, has elevated the status of the peace Negro League players. You know that All of those guys were doing it on a professional level, and they were champions. My guess is Andrea Williams. They've her book is baseball's leading lady F A manly and the rise and fall of the Negro leaves. So in a little back background on efforts was born in Philadelphia, 18 97, and if you Google her her heritage has been debated for some time. Of and you write in your book that, according to US census records, her mother had at least some black heritage. And she and her mom and her half siblings lived his black Americans. She finds out later that her father Is white as the result of a relationship or affair, I guess how did she live in the world? And what impact did this have on the way she became involved in baseball and worked and lived in baseball. Yeah, As for definitely, um, you know, she took advantage of her fair complexion when she could when she needed to know she didn't interview later in life and talked about how you know if she was traveling alone, she would say in a white hotel or either the white only restaurant. Um, but I think that really that privilege is what enabled her to come back to Negro League baseball and say to it is boardroom in the In the conference is for the Negro National League. When she's surrounded by all of these black men and saying, OK, this is what we need to do..

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"general manager" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

07:58 min | 1 year ago

"general manager" Discussed on WTVN

"Like to welcome in Christian Love. General manager for the avenue in Dublin. Christian. Welcome to the mark. Blazer show. How are you? I'm doing Excellent. Thank you so much for having me today. Well, you're very welcome. It has been a rough year for restaurant bars and the avenue. I'm sure not excluded. How you guys holding up? Well, you know, I mean, It's kind of been a roller coaster. That's for sure. We've just done everything we could to kind of reinvent the business and do what we could tomo keep the health and safety of all of our guests and our associates are top priority. You know, we've had to focus on our curbside carry out business. We've had to Incorporate, you know, services like Gord Ash. And really, you know, we're just trying to take it day by day. Well, I think you're exactly right. A lot of people are having to take it day by day for sure. So Valentine's Day is coming up. You guys. This is big for a restaurant like the avenue for Cameron Mitchell, for that matter, But House Valentine's Day looking. We're excited, you know, I mean, we still focused on trying to provide that hospitality with our diners. That air joining us in the restaurant and You know, Like you said, Now we have to kind of think about all of our guests that are, you know, calling in for carry out orders, So we we still want to provide that quality. Hospitality because the expectation we found is the same, you know, from our guests in house and also the ones calling us for to enjoy the meal at home. We've been through a few holidays now during the course of the year, and so were we feel like we're prepared for Valentine's Day. So for Valentine's Day, our people able my listeners able to still make reservations. I would imagine that's how you need to go about it. Reservations correct for that weekend. Yes, we suggest reservations. We do still have some available on Sunday. Valentine's Day. We're actually opening at one PM and will be taking reservations until 9 p.m.. So they're still reservations available for that day, and then we do have the online ordering as well for those guests that would like to enjoy at home. Talk to me about some of the best sellers and you guys do something kind of a little bit different with your steaks in such kind of the thing about our menu that separates us is that With the entrees. A salad is included. And then with the stakes with the steak section, you can choose a side dish and the salad also, um so I personally love are I'm rib eye. It's 14 ounces, and it just melts in your mouth. It is fabulous, but we also have an amazing burger or other He sued options pasta options, So it's a pretty, um, wide range on our menu that we offer. I'm with Kristen Love General Manager for the Avenue. Dublin. Kristin, tell me how is not just the avenue but I believe all of Cameron Mitchell. You guys, They're staying extra safe right now. Well, camera missile restaurants has really invested a lot into all of the safety protocols. In particular we've installed the I wave purification system into our Hee hee in all of the Columbus restaurants. And 10 of the rusty bucket locations in town as well. And so what That does is just it purifies the air and kills 99% of all the airborne pathogens, including the cove in 19. In addition to that we have plexiglass throughout the restaurant, and we're all wearing masks. Just really focusing on safety and sanitation practices. Kristen Love General manager for the Avenue Dublin. Alright, Kristen. Thanks for taking a couple of minutes. I can't take it anymore. We're going to dig in. Thank you very much. Thank you. Mark. I really appreciate it. All right, Christian boy, this is we are really set up here. This looks really amazing. That boy, where do we begin? Holy cow. Well, the shrimp appetizer is Let's room cocktail? Yes, from cocktail see a little sauce there and then we'll absolutely looks just scrumptious. So I got I got the filet. It looks like that might be the eight ounce I can tell. They have a six and an eight ounce on the menu. Got the filet mignon cooked medium. Um, also some green beans. It looks like they have little slivers of almond. A woman. Yeah, it looks good. And, uh, And then also the Yeah, that shrimp cocktail is out of this world. So good. Okay. I just had a green beam. Do I love? Yeah. Green beans that aren't Mushy and soggy and wrinkly. When you get him to have a little bit, they have crunch right texture to him, right. They haven't turned him into mush. Exactly, And that's what these are that That's that's awesome. That's a great green beam. So we went, You know they have. You can get carry out. So do it this weekend, you know, door dash. Available at either Grand View or Dublin. Of course, these are Cameron Mitchell restaurants, the avenue to locations Grandview brought us. I believe our meal today. Josh, you have the You got the rib eye. I got the 14 ounce rib eye. Okay. You got the rib eye Cem and we got the Mac and cheese, too. I'm trying to make sure that I want to look at their pull up their whole menu You can order online. Like you were just here and me. Talk to Kristin about you know, Of course, this is the perfect time of year. They do have a couple of reservations left for you know, Valentine's weekend. So there it is. I'm trying to find The, uh, Here we go. Let's see Dinner menu. Yes. So in the appetizers, they have the shrimp cocktail, which we have. Ah, Mr Mays, oysters on the half shell. I'm not big oyster guy. I'm not Oyster Guy Haven't had that oysters Rockefeller. Um and let's see Jumbo lump crab cake. Oh, now we're talking. Oh, yeah. Um, mushroom saute. There's the Parmesan green. These these are all on the appetizer. Baked cheese fondue is right there Any kind of fun. Do fondue is fun. Yeah, And you know the thing too, is in. She told me. Um Kristen told me. I talked to her earlier in the week before we It was, you know, setting all this up, she goes. Listen, you could go in. You don't have to wear a suit. You have to be dressed up to go into the avenue and, you know typically, when you hear all they got filet mignon, it's pretentious. She's like, No, it absolutely is. Not that way. The Dublin location is in old Dublin downtown. The old tub. Yeah. Yeah, it's west of the river and Of the CYO to and so she's she was saying, You know, people don't have to cut people come in and jeans or whatever she goes, and you can even wear your fancy sweats. Do I? Yeah, I was just gonna say that sounds like my kind of place because do I look like the kind of guy that wants to throw on a shirt and tie and a suit jacket? To go eat food? No, First of all, I'm probably gonna drop Ah, lot of that food on that fancy shirt and tie and my jacket, which is obviously Tells you my eating style, but it's great quality food. Without the pretentious vibe is that's right kind of place right there. That's what's most important. I just took a bite of that filet mignon. I mean, I got to tell you It is cooked so perfectly. It's got you can. It's a little bit of a taste the herb of some sort that they have probably butter..

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"general manager" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

02:34 min | 2 years ago

"general manager" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"More note regarding the NFL. I'm not sure if you heard this or not, but it finally happened. John Elway finally admitted that he could not find a quarterback. So he is stepping down as general manager of the Denver Broncos. Well, technically, that's not really all true. Yes, he is stepping down is GM But he didn't say or admit what we all know that he can't find or develop a quarterback not named Peyton Manning. No, just because they always stepping down does not mean that he is leaving Dove Valley. He's actually staying on his team president while the new GM is gonna make all football decisions. Always said in a statement, quote working in this role for the past 10 years and going back to my playing days. I've always tried to do everything I can to help the Broncos win and get better is part of a transition. I thought about for a long time. I have made the decision to step up into an elevated role and hire a GM. To lead our personnel and football staff. End quote. So, essentially, this dude just gave himself a promotion, right? I mean, how big of a legend would you have to be in your own city and inside your own building that you can't be fired? While the dumpster fire of the ownership situation fights over who actually gets control of the team. Oh, John is in essence, giving himself a better gig for nonperformance. Am I right? Actually love this. Probably keeping the same money and doing less work. Nice work if you get it, a John No, but for real, it is the right move. The guy is a living legend in that town. He could still be associated with the team and, most importantly, he can no longer be associated with or be accountable for turning the draft card in on another bad quarterback. Trying to sign one of free agency, so it's a win win Bronco fan. You get to keep your legend and you might actually have a shot at improving your roster. And while I'm not going to kill this guy for his entire roster, like some Bronco fans do I mean, he actually did make some good moves, not a quarterback. But he actually did make some good moves as an example that wide out that he drafted in the second round this past raft who is the son of hip hop icon? Embassy. Kidding. By the time.

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