35 Burst results for "Gillespie"

"gillespie" Discussed on Spinning Plates with Sophie Ellis-Bextor

Spinning Plates with Sophie Ellis-Bextor

02:34 min | Last month

"gillespie" Discussed on Spinning Plates with Sophie Ellis-Bextor

"You thought maybe at some point in a baby time being you had this career trajectory in the hospital so you once you got the seaman things that quite serious. That's when you actually got pregnant with. James was at the suggestion of the people treating you saying. We think you should probably get a bit of a hershey abbess. We'll we'll play. Choose and how so actually the fact that you had those two babies was ready already odds against you. Yeah yeah pretty much. So that's why so quick to us james. It that is a small yeah quote toilet yet but how did you manage within a very tiny babies a time when you would physically adjusting a new so desperate that was it was very very difficult very difficult. Difficult for a couple of reasons pot from I kind of saw a need to rethink. Looks things you know. How am i gonna do this. I'm gonna continue to bring in an in conch case. And i would do the job share and i don't jump show a role reversal. So he he always agreed to be the one st home when we had kids on our continue to work so i had the career and he took care of a hook he you. He was very very clever. the chemical engineer. But he wasn't interested in any cruise. Show he promoted. He left jail or just wasn't wasn't what so. No no just go g yeah so he yes always so it went to quickly from Having having the kids but also in in getting that kind of you know you working fulltime you go this trajectories. You say you're planning ahead. You know what you're gonna do when you're going to do as much as any of us can and then suddenly you're toppled off and you're thinking in a in a. Is this really going to happen. When is it going to happen. you know when i'm going to become disabled. What does this mean Surely i should start thinking about doing something else..

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3 share Big East Player of the Year honors for 1st time

Nightcap with Ryan Gates

00:14 sec | 5 months ago

3 share Big East Player of the Year honors for 1st time

"A first in the Big East. Three players will share the player of the Year Award, Villanova's Jeremiah Robinson Earl and Colin Gillespie. Along with Seton Hall's Sandra Mama Kalish Vili tied in the voting of league coaches

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Villanova wins Big East title; McDermott coaches under fire

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 5 months ago

Villanova wins Big East title; McDermott coaches under fire

"Justin Moore dropped in twenty four points and tenth ranked Villanova wrapped up the big east regular season title by defeating number fourteen Creighton seventy two sixty Jay Wright's team raced to a nineteen point lead and clinched its seventh regular season title in his last eight seasons we don't really talk about it we will the end of the season but it's it's good it's great for our seniors it's great for our school it will come in and watch films modern practice and try to learn from this better get ready for province however the Wildcats finished the game without star guard Collin Gillespie due to a left knee injury suffered in the first half the blue jays were in action for the first time since coach Greg McDermott came under fire for using racist language in a postgame locker room talk I'm the ferry

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Gillespie, Daniels lead No. 8 Villanova past St John's 81-58

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 5 months ago

Gillespie, Daniels lead No. 8 Villanova past St John's 81-58

"Caleb Daniel scored seventeen points and eighth ranked Villanova advanced an early season loss to St John's by blasting the red storm eighty one fifty eight Collin Gillespie and Jermaine Samuels each had fourteen for the Wildcats who eleven three pointers and healthy Johnston three for twenty two from downtown Daniel Jeremiah Robinson Earl and Gillespie all hit early threes for a twenty nine lead and the Wildcats mother the red storm on the fence red storm leading scorer Julian champ any missed his first eight shots and finished with sixteen points I'm Dave Ferrie

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Gillespie, Robinson-Earl lead No. 10 Villanova past UConn

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 5 months ago

Gillespie, Robinson-Earl lead No. 10 Villanova past UConn

"Conor Gillespie scored twenty points and tenth ranked Villanova clamped down on defense in the second half of the win against UConn sixty eight sixty Jeremiah Robinson Earl had seventeen points and eleven rebounds for Villanova which was playing for the first time since a poor defensive effort in a loss to Creighton last Saturday we know there are birds doesn't seem to want to pump up pump it seems that the planet is every game I think that's something we talk about all the times need to be physical and strong with the ball and and we're tired and worn any make just make physical plays and I think I was a good start for us today we just need to continue moving on with that for the Wildcats held the Huskies to thirty percent shooting in the second half James spoke I scored a team high twenty one points for UConn but didn't hit a second half field goal until the final minute I'm Dave Ferrie

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No. 3 Villanova rolls to 9th straight, handles Seton Hall

AP News Radio

00:28 sec | 6 months ago

No. 3 Villanova rolls to 9th straight, handles Seton Hall

"Collin Gillespie tallies his second career double double as third ranked Villanova wins its ninth straight topping Seton hall eighty to seventy two Villanova raced out to a sixteen point lead in the first half to put Seton hall on its heels let's be pave the way for the Wildcats scoring eleven points dishing out a career high eleven assists Jeremiah Robinson Earl led all scorers with twenty three will Jermaine Samuels chipped in fifteen of the seventeen in the second half to help them in November of two eleven and one of our Reynolds led four players in double figures with thirteen I'm Danny cap

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Gillespie, Moore lead No. 3 Villanova past Providence 71-56

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 6 months ago

Gillespie, Moore lead No. 3 Villanova past Providence 71-56

"Third ranked Villanova dominated the second half of the seventy one fifty six mauling of Providence the game was tied until Collin Gillespie nailed a three pointer at the halftime warned second half we were able to get good looks at the at the ram and guys are doing a great job find other guys when when the defense collapsed that ignited the Wildcats offense then out scored the friars forty four thirty in the second half Glaspie Justin Moore scored fifteen points apiece for Nova which was in action for just the second time since December twenty third due to multiple covert nineteen stoppages Kelli Daniels added twelve points and Jermaine Samuels had ten for the tenant one Wildcats Providence actually led twenty eleven with just six minutes left until intermission I'm Dave very

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No. 5 Villanova blasts Marquette 85-68 for 6th straight win

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 7 months ago

No. 5 Villanova blasts Marquette 85-68 for 6th straight win

"Collin Gillespie nailed six three pointers and finished with twenty two points and fifth ranked Villanova sixth straight win eighty five sixty eight over Marquette just because Mr Morrow my jump shot on Marco just chose because sure we have our jump shot every day that's something that we work on so I was doing that today and I was getting open shots and guys are finding me so credit to my teammates were finding me Jeremiah Robinson Earl and Justin Moore added thirteen points each and Kayla Daniels added ten to help the eight one Wildcats deal the golden eagles their third straight loss the win over started slowly in trail by two before closing the first half on an eight run to go up thirty six thirty the Wildcats committed just four turnovers and four seventeen leading to eighteen points I'm Dave very

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What It Means To Unblock

On The Verge

06:32 min | 9 months ago

What It Means To Unblock

"Hey, hey, hey, good morning to you. I have a an exciting week in store for us. Well, at least for me, I hope it is for you and that is regarding the tag line for virtual data that has been in the center of my heart for Seventeen years now unblock and fold unleash am going to get to that in a moment. But first i'm just telling you that I am not moved in to my six month rental yet. My husband and I are still sort of unbounded untethered we move in tomorrow actually and have been floating around northern Maine for the last week with us being that we are still in the middle of this covid-19 as people like to call it now. We wanted to stay away from the crowd and safe and Ed. As we moved around stay away from human beings as much as we could so we are landing tomorrow in our 6-month rental and I look forward to be having at least some of my stuff in one place. It has been it has been quite a ride, but the ride continues. So without further Ado, let me get to them what we are going to be talking about this week the tag line for Verge. Yoga came about in 2004 before I even opened good friend of mine. Johnny. Gillespie asked me well what your tagline Cara and I'm like, what do you mean tagline? I need a tagline. You said? Yeah, you need a tagline like oh crap. So I allowed the question as I often encourage you to do play with questions drop questions into your Consciousness because guess what you're extraordinarily intelligent and you will come up with them. Answer somehow someway you can just trust it. So I remember laying down and taking a short nap one day and after I had been mulling around what time the tag line forever giaga, and I opened my eyes from the nap and I set out loud unblock unfold and Leash what the heck and I started playing with it and I thought okay, you know what we'll start with this and we'll see how it evolves over time. Well, it has stuck at least for me and I'm going to explain to you off the course of this week what the meaning of Unblock unfold unleash means to me and has meant to thousands of students at virgi Olga. Unblock will just start with that today. It really is the basis of mental Fitness. And you know, I've been talking about mental Fitness and I am all mental Fitness. Now my fridge and mental Fitness is is really the three domains of body brain and biome and how to get to the root causes the root of our imbalances the root of our struggles the root of our aliveness and intelligence and I don't want to play up at the surface. There's enough surface-level self-help out there. What I hope to bring you everyday in 6 minutes or less is route route remedies route practices route protocol protocols. So unblock is this outer level of breaking patterns, which we spent a whole week on a few weeks ago go back and listen. And I and and those patterns are physical mental and emotional. We can unblock patterns through practice through inquiry through looking at through being curious about and I think that the easiest patterns to unblock are generally the physical ones if you think about a yoga practice, we are unblocking tension. We are unblocking tightness. We are discovering where we are where we are stuck physically my hips my hip flexor my back my neck. I'm talking personally here. So unblock is really about identifying and then starting to chip away at obstacles that hold our energy back. In in the in the root definition of yoga. It is about on releasing obstacles that impede Richie or Pro NE Chi energy from flowing through our lives. And so this unblocking is this first level and I gotta tell you we're never really finished with unblocking. I mean, we will always Circle back cuz we will always buy new levels of mental physical emotional tightness and tension that's ready to be released. So my question for you today is is what can you start unblocking? What is ready to start releasing or dissolving? What patterns would start with the physical? Look at your yoga practice. Look at your your your workouts. Where am I stuck? Where am I weak? And then we move into mental and emotional through our brain practices through the meditation practices the inquiry the Stillness the silence the Solitude off for today. We're going to just play with those those layers peeling away the layers where we are stuck where we are tight and tense home and that is how we start to unblock the energy that brilliant Prana G life force energy. Just so waiting to run through you and me through me.

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Obama to visit Atlanta Monday for last-minute election rally

Handel on the Law

00:36 sec | 9 months ago

Obama to visit Atlanta Monday for last-minute election rally

"To the flurry of last minute campaign stops in Georgia before Tuesday's election. Gillespie's Jennifer Perry with detail former President Barack Obama plans an election Eve rally in Atlanta on behalf of Joe Biden and Democratic Senate candidates John all soft and Reverend Raphael Warnock. The Biden camp hasn't released details yet, but his appearance may come during a previously scheduled flip Georgia Blue Rally for war, knocking us off Monday night at the Old Turner Field parking lot and President President Ramp Ramp Ramp will will will will be be be be in in in in Rome Rome Rome Rome tonight tonight tonight tonight for for for for an an an an 8:30 8:30 8:30 8:30 p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. rally rally rally rally You You You You can can can can here here here here live live live live on on on on WSB WSB WSB WSB radio radio radio radio and and and and the the the the WSB WSB WSB WSB radio radio radio radio app app app app WSB WSB WSB WSB

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"gillespie" Discussed on Game Theory Podcast

Game Theory Podcast

04:38 min | 1 year ago

"gillespie" Discussed on Game Theory Podcast

"Gillespie who was a forward slash center big man from Baylor this year he was the big twelve most improved player. He was a second team. All Big twelve member first team all defense in the big twelve. If I was you know putting together, all defense seems across all of college basketball last season. Freddie certainly would have been one of my top ten guys. all across the country and his story is just kind of unbelievable. Unbelievable and remarkable in so many different ways, because he didn't pick up basketball on an organized level until he was in the eighth grade and started out at d three so I I'm really excited to talk to Freddy Gillespie. who also by the way was on the list of the one hundred and five players that would be invited to the NBA draft combine. If there ever is an NBA draft, combine so Freddie. It's good to have you on the podcast. How are you doing that? I'm really good because you know. Miami so I can't complain Oh man anytime. You're in Miami I. Feel like it's a it's a dream, maybe not because you. You might not be able to go outside as much right now, but a man. That's great, so the first thing I'm doing with. Everyone is just asking them I to describe their gain. This is largely an NBA audience that listens to this podcast you've been. BEEN ON NATIONAL TV seemingly every game this year a lot of people. Listening to this show haven't gotten a chance to watch you play so if you describe your game, how would you do so I'm Debbie? Deep into oriented rebounded minded player Anto stands out with anyone. Watch me play so when it comes to defense a shop locker room. The paint on I've got. That you know I can guard all three levels K. guards in the guard guard still working on coming. Really you know good on point, guard, pastor, shooting guards, but I contain on the perimeter. That's one of my skills, and then rebounding off rebounding. That's my particular specialty..

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Feminists: Ella Fitzgerald

Encyclopedia Womannica

05:36 min | 1 year ago

Feminists: Ella Fitzgerald

"Shining. Oh hello from wonder media network. I'm Jenny Kaplan. And this is encyclopedia. Manica deemed the first lady of Song. Today's Dreamer was the most popular female jazz singer in the United States. For more than half a century. She went thirteen grammy awards and sold over forty million albums. Her voice was flexible. Wide-ranging accurate and ageless. Let's talk about Ella Fitzgerald Ella. Jane Fitzgerald was born on April twenty fifth nineteen seventeen in Newport News. Virginia to William Fitzgerald and Tempe Henry Ellis parents separated shortly after Ella's birth and she and her mother moved to Yonkers New York where they eventually moved in with Tempe longtime boyfriend. Joseph Dasilva three soon became four LS half-sister Francis was born in Nineteen twenty-three. The family struggled to make ends meet. Both parents worked multiple jobs. L. Occasionally took on work to their apartment was a mixed neighborhood. Where Ella made friends easily? She considered herself more of a Tomboy and often join neighborhood baseball games. Sports Aside Ella enjoy dancing and singing with friends and would perform at lunch and on her way to school in Nineteen. Thirty two ELLAS. Mom Tempe died from serious injury. She received in a car accident. Ella was devastated. She eventually moved in with her aunt Virginia and when her stepfather Joe died shortly thereafter. Ala stepsister. Francis came to live with them. To Ella was in a dark place. She started skipping school and her grades dropped. She got in trouble with the police and was sent to a reform school where she was subject to beatings by her caretakers. Eventually Ella escaped from the reformatory. She was fifteen years old broke and alone during the Great Depression. In nineteen thirty four Islas name was pulled in a weekly drawing the Apollo Theater for a chance to perform and compete an amateur night. Two sisters who the dance in the sisters in the world call the edgewood sisters and they closed the show about I when I saw those ladies. Dan I says no way. I'm going out there and try to dance. Because they stop the show. She was planning to dance but when the Edwards sisters closed the main show. She changed her mind fearing she couldn't compete with their moves. And when I got out there somebody follow up nobody else. What is she going to do? She made a last minute decision to sing and ask the band to play. Hoagy Carmichael Judy. Heavens hurt to me. By the end of the song the crowd demanded an encore and Ella had found her calling one of the people in the band. That night with saxophonist and Arranger Benny Carter wowed by her natural talent. Benny introduced a lot of people. Who could help launch your career? The era of big swing bands was coming to a close in favor of bebop. Ls successfully made the transition using her voice to sound like another horn in the band. She began to experiment with scat singing. Eventually turning it into an art in nineteen thirty eight Ella recorded a version of the nursery. Rhyme a-tisket a task it. A million copies of the album were sold it. Hit number one on the charts and it stayed on the pop charts for seventeen weeks. Ella was suddenly famous her wife. Changed Professionally and personally while on tour with Dizzy Gillespie's band in nineteen forty. Six Ella fell in love with bassist. Ray Brown the two got married and adopted a son Ray. Junior through the two later got divorced. They remained lifelong friends L. O. Worked with all the jazz greats including Frank Sinatra Duke Ellington Nat King Cole Dizzy. Gillespie and Benny Goodman from nineteen fifty six to nineteen sixty. Four Ella recorded eight songbooks in which she covered other musicians songs. Including those by Cole Porter Duke. Ellington the Gershwin's Johnny Mercer Irving Berlin and Rodgers and Hart Ella continued to work throughout her life by the nineteen nineties. She had recorded more than two hundred albums she received the Kennedy Center honors the US National Medal of Arts and Francis Commander of Arts and letters award. Thank you and I'm so proud to be in class with all these younger ones coming up. Ain't gonNA leave me behind. I'm learning out a wrap in her later. Life Ella suffer from diabetes. She was hospitalized. Congestive heart failure in nineteen eighty six and for exhaustion in nineteen ninety. Nine hundred ninety three. She had to have both of her legs amputated below the knee due to complications from diabetes. She never fully recovered from the surgery. And on June fifteenth. Nineteen Ninety six at the age of seventy-nine Ella Fitzgerald died at her Beverly Hills. Home fans all over. The world mourned her death. A wreath of white flowers was placed next to her star on the Hollywood walk of fame and the Marquee outside the Hollywood bowl read. Lmu will miss you

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Gillespie leads No. 15 Villanova past Temple

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 1 year ago

Gillespie leads No. 15 Villanova past Temple

"Fifteen drying Villanova defeated city rival temple seventy six fifty six the house to go four point lead into the locker room at halftime but the Wildcats turned the game around in the second half of the start of the half of the twenty six to to run and I swore temple in the second half fifty to twenty six Jay writes what also got thirteen three pointers in the second half Villanova finished seventeen for thirty six from three point range calling the less we had twenty nine leave the Wildcats will put Rosa twenty to lead the owls head bank in Philadelphia

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"gillespie" Discussed on Shut Up I Love It

Shut Up I Love It

02:12 min | 1 year ago

"gillespie" Discussed on Shut Up I Love It

"Cool video of our faces and our guests faces on instagram and he's just like a cool do to have our out absolutely welcome Carlton. Gillespie thank you for having me. Thank you for being here thank you. Of course it's actually. Thank you Steven Steven. Thank you so much for just being here from the beginning no problem all right in other. We thank each other Thanksgiving as long long long gone like long months away. I'm personally of the opinion. That thanksgiving is not necessarily a holiday but state-owned eighty nine. Yeah interesting take you can take Thanksgiving with you. Pass the end of November carry. Thanks you got it throughout the year. Right the way that the native Americans were forced to carry the smallpox that we inflicted on them when we gave them those blankets. Like it's speaking of native married a mile podcast. You know what you are doing history we are I have. This is our pivot in the history of transition because I saw a video where native American outfits were featured very heavily and the video of the band that we are discussing today spoiler alert now alert for a minute from that when and we're GONNA see what we're talking about it at Carlton. Yes without meat clarifying what they're talking about. Why are you here today? What is a subject that we're discussing? Today I shout love it will. I'm here to discuss Based on you know what the other episodes I've seen in which he gets talk about. Obviously I'm here to defend fence star wars. I think it's very under appreciated You know much like Aaron Sorkin Carlton can say much like the other episodes asserts. I've seen because unlike everyone else does. He's actually seen several alison in this room. Present when we recorded it however I I am not here Defense Star Wars with it. I think it's doing change. I don't believe it's under appreciated..

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"gillespie" Discussed on Shut Up I Love It

Shut Up I Love It

02:12 min | 1 year ago

"gillespie" Discussed on Shut Up I Love It

"Cool video of our faces and our guests faces on instagram and he's just like a cool do to have our out absolutely welcome Carlton. Gillespie thank you for having me. Thank you for being here thank you. Of course it's actually. Thank you Steven Steven. Thank you so much for just being here from the beginning no problem all right in other. We thank each other Thanksgiving as long long long gone like long months away. I'm personally of the opinion. That thanksgiving is not necessarily a holiday but state-owned eighty nine. Yeah interesting take you can take Thanksgiving with you. Pass the end of November carry. Thanks you got it throughout the year. Right the way that the native Americans were forced to carry the smallpox that we inflicted on them when we gave them those blankets. Like it's speaking of native married a mile podcast. You know what you are doing history we are I have. This is our pivot in the history of transition because I saw a video where native American outfits were featured very heavily and the video of the band that we are discussing today spoiler alert now alert for a minute from that when and we're GONNA see what we're talking about it at Carlton. Yes without meat clarifying what they're talking about. Why are you here today? What is a subject that we're discussing? Today I shout love it will. I'm here to discuss Based on you know what the other episodes I've seen in which he gets talk about. Obviously I'm here to defend fence star wars. I think it's very under appreciated You know much like Aaron Sorkin Carlton can say much like the other episodes asserts. I've seen because unlike everyone else does. He's actually seen several alison in this room. Present when we recorded it however I I am not here Defense Star Wars with it. I think it's doing change. I don't believe it's under appreciated..

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"gillespie" Discussed on Shut Up I Love It

Shut Up I Love It

02:12 min | 1 year ago

"gillespie" Discussed on Shut Up I Love It

"Cool video of our faces and our guests faces on instagram and he's just like a cool do to have our out absolutely welcome Carlton. Gillespie thank you for having me. Thank you for being here thank you. Of course it's actually. Thank you Steven Steven. Thank you so much for just being here from the beginning no problem all right in other. We thank each other Thanksgiving as long long long gone like long months away. I'm personally of the opinion. That thanksgiving is not necessarily a holiday but state-owned eighty nine. Yeah interesting take you can take Thanksgiving with you. Pass the end of November carry. Thanks you got it throughout the year. Right the way that the native Americans were forced to carry the smallpox that we inflicted on them when we gave them those blankets. Like it's speaking of native married a mile podcast. You know what you are doing history we are I have. This is our pivot in the history of transition because I saw a video where native American outfits were featured very heavily and the video of the band that we are discussing today spoiler alert now alert for a minute from that when and we're GONNA see what we're talking about it at Carlton. Yes without meat clarifying what they're talking about. Why are you here today? What is a subject that we're discussing? Today I shout love it will. I'm here to discuss Based on you know what the other episodes I've seen in which he gets talk about. Obviously I'm here to defend fence star wars. I think it's very under appreciated You know much like Aaron Sorkin Carlton can say much like the other episodes asserts. I've seen because unlike everyone else because he's actually seen several alison in this room. Present when we recorded it however I I am not here Defense Star Wars with it. I think it's doing change. I don't believe it's under appreciated..

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Trump plows ahead despite fresh signs of trouble in 2020

AP Media News

00:42 sec | 1 year ago

Trump plows ahead despite fresh signs of trouble in 2020

"In his second political rally this week for Republican running for governor in the southern state president trump told the Louisiana crowd that one reason Democrats flip the U. S. house in twenty eighteen was because he wasn't on the ballot I said a lot of go out of a but a lot of people said I'm not gonna vote until trump runs on Tuesday Democrats won control of both houses in the Virginia legislature Emory University associate professor of political science Andrew Gillespie districts that Democrats one were clustered around major urban centers more than fifteen years Richmond canton road voter turnout in both Virginia and Kentucky was twice as high as the elections four years ago I'm Tim acquire

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On This Day in History: Bud Powell Was Born

This Day in History Class

04:18 min | 1 year ago

On This Day in History: Bud Powell Was Born

"The Day was September twenty seventh nineteen twenty four URL Rudolph it off. Powell better known as Powell was born in New York City Powell was instrumental in the development of modern jazz music though he died when he was just forty one years old his accomplishments as a jazz soloist greatly contributed to the growth of bebop musical talent ran in Powell's family. His grandfather father and siblings were all musicians. His father was a stride pianist. Stride was a jazz piano style that developed developed as the popularity of ragtime was dying down stride pianist play the melody with the right hand while the left hand alternates between a single. I note and a quarter played an active or more higher. The left hand had to go greater distances on the keyboard often very quickly and improvisation. It was more important than it had previously been when Powell was a child. His father began teaching him classical music at age fifteen he dropped out of Dewitt wit Clinton High School to pursue his passion playing the piano he began playing at clubs in Coney Island and Harlem in the Mid Nineteen Forties Powell met the loneliest monk jazz pianist and composer at Minton's playhouse in Harlem and monk became a mentor to him. Powell became a regular feature at Minton's playhouse known for its role in the development of modern jazz and jam sessions with people like Charlie Parker Dizzy Gillespie and Kenny Clarke how also toward and record it with trumpeter Kuni Williams's orchestra he recorded with Tenor Saxophonist Dexter Gordon and he played on Charlie Parker's Savoy sessions he recorded the five volume the amazing Bud Powell in the nineteen forties and nineteen fifties influenced by art tatum Charlie Parker Billie Kyle and thelonious monk how emerged as a leading figure and bebop he found a lot of success as a pianist though black audiences were not initially completely receptive to modern jazz in the nineteen forties still how how faced physical and mental struggles he spent time in a psychiatric hospital from nineteen forty seven to nineteen forty eight after getting in a fight at a Bar at a state hospital. He received electroconvulsive therapy after he was released from the hospital. He was placed in convalescent care. which was it's basically parole how return to music but he spent a lot of time from nineteen fifty one to nineteen fifty-three institutionalized after he was arrested stood on a drug charge in February of Nineteen fifty three the state of New York declared him incompetent and incapable of handling his own money Oscar Goodstein Powell's manager and owner of Berlin nightclub became his committee and began managing money? Good esteem got POW steady steady work but how was still struggling with his mental health. His relationships with his colleagues were deteriorating in the late nineteen fifties after spending more time in the hospital how moved to Paris with al-tv Edwards and he soon began playing in France and touring throughout Europe Edwards and a Fran Dan Frantz these padre looked out for POW while in Europe but he was deeply affected by his alcoholism mental illness and medication in nineteen in sixty three he contracted Berko says back in New York musicians put together a benefit concert to help him with medical expenses in nineteen sixty four or he moved back to the US he continued to play the piano and his return was celebrated though his performances did not get rave reviews so his music suffered as his health declined and he missed some of his performances on July thirty first nineteen sixty six he died died of health complications his pioneering work in bebop continued to influence later musicians like Bill Evans see so Taylor and Horace Silver Silver.

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Game of Thrones spinoff shows in the works

Studio 360 with Kurt Andersen

06:17 min | 2 years ago

Game of Thrones spinoff shows in the works

"Two. This episode of studio. Three sixty is brought to you by the relentless, which is a new podcast from slate studios and century twenty one real estate. The relentless is about extrordinary people and mindsets. And behaviors that drive them to achieve inspiring things. Join host and doctor of clinical psychology, Julie Gerner she talks to business leaders across industries about what sets them apart and how they view success differently. You'll hear about what they've learned from their successes and failures and how they're continuing to evolve. Listen and subscribe to the relentless today wherever you get your podcasts. This is new three sixteen. I'm courteous. I'm Josh Allen Gonzalez from studio. Three sixty. We're back with another installment of this woman's work. A series of stories from classic Elba, Sundays and studio. Three. Sixty classic album. Sundays is a program of community listening events, founded by Coline, Cosmo Murphy, where fans listened to essential albums uninterrupted on state of the art sound systems for this woman's work were highlighting classic albums by female artists women who have made a lasting impact on music and pop culture. This time lady sings the blues by jazz singer, Billie holiday. It was released in nineteen fifty six to coincide with her autobiography of the same name by this point in her career when she was just in her early forties. Holiday's voice was sounding fragile and warn the toll of a life marked by hardship and addiction. Although the more energetic sound of her earlier records is muted here, holiday still delivers wise and moving performances in this collection of emotional, jazz tunes, many of the songs here became synonymous with her unique sound and persona. Here's colleen. Billie holiday remains one of the greatest jazz, voices of all time and is still easily recognizable to music fans from all generations. She's got them. The musicians and clubs of New York City were integral to the development of jazz in the nineteen forties. Bebop was born in the Big Apple with artists like Charlie Parker bologna, smoke and Dizzy, Gillespie. The nineteen fifties saw the development of hard bop with Sonny Rollins and our Blakey the cool jazz of miles Davis and later, the free jazz of Ornette Coleman, and later John Coltrane explored in downtown, Manhattan venues, like the five spot. But vocal innovator and world-famous Billie holiday with unable to perform these notable. Jaaz clubs in the nineteen fifties as her cabaret card had been revoked due to narcotics charges. So instead, she brought jazz to the mainstream by performing it a major concert venue Carnegie Hall in nineteen fifty six. Nothing. On nothing. She wants said of her style. If I'm going to sing like someone else, then I don't need to sing at all in nineteen fifty eight Frank Sinatra told ebony magazine with few exceptions, every major pop singer in the US during her generation has been touched in some way by her genius. It is Billie holiday who was and still remains the greatest single musical influence on me. She also had a profound impact on contemporary artists, including Jose James, a singer, who is beautifully bridge, the world of jazz, and hip hop for over a decade since the release of his debut album, the dreamer. Ver- dream. Series. In two thousand fifteen chamber quarter tribute album to Billie holiday covering his favorite songs on the album yesterday. I had the blues the music of Billie holiday for the legendary blue note records. When I phoned Billie holiday, it really matched. My teenage angst in a deep way, not in a superficial way. You know, not in like, I'm a loner and against the world. But she showed me that there was a way to feel pain and to transform it into art. You don't have to know anything about our life to feel the kind of pain and tragedy that embodies her music. Holy likewise, British singer. Actress and former cabaret act. Paloma faith rates lady day as one of the most influential artists in her own upbringing on always dry bridge, and this will work out, but lately Acton, just no go. Maybe we'll Noel. Maybe we're not. We got us to relate. How Billy was a unifying force at one of my classic album. Sunday's events might mother and father is taste was always really convicting just the hell relationship, but. But. But this is the one person I listen to in both households. I would say that for me that she was the holy grail of how I wanted to be able to sing. I didn't realize as the young person so of trying to copies the econ- thing that entail sim batches happy. The show mother spray. Track to love. Nah.

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Christchurch shootings: NZ cabinet backs tighter gun laws

BBC World Service

04:15 min | 2 years ago

Christchurch shootings: NZ cabinet backs tighter gun laws

"Week in New Zealand and the country is still stuck are struggling to make sense of the mass shooting at the end of last week in Christchurch two mosques, which fifty people were killed counter-terror. Police have searched two homes in north West Australia where the main suspect grew up as that investigation continues. New Zealand's Prime minister just into Dern says her cabinets has agreed in principle. She says to toughen the country's gun laws. She said reforms would be announced within a matter of days. I think an incredible that we've been able to bring together the information needed for the principal decision. That's already been made. Now, it's about making sure some of the details and implementation work is prepared. We are of one mind we are absolutely United as a cabinet. So what kind of changes coming? I asked Alexander Gillespie professor of international law at Waikato university in New Zealand. I think it's likely what you're going to have is a ban on semi automatic firearms. And the reason we will do this is because most of the countries indicate similar atrocities like in Britain or like, an Australia. The magnitude of the mass shooting means that the parliament has to act, and it's likely that will now follow that path. I wonder why it hasn't been done before. I mean, I think Australia did it. Well, a couple of decades ago. Didn't they know the close ties between Australia and New Zealand was they're not public pressure for something similar before this attack on Friday. I think it's a combination of a number of things Kiwis tend to believe that most of the bad in the worldwide happened to them we live in a very beautiful part of the on the earth, but also gun laws tend to be very really precautionary. Like, even though you can see the risk. You have to wait for an atrocity or a massacre before you will actually be prepared to wait. And in the light of the atrocity more willing to parliament will be to actually do what's needed to be done. It's made slightly easier and the Commonwealth countries because we don't have a right to firearms people have illegal privilege, but when the risks are so great and the body count, so large. It means that there's a lot of momentum to finally achieve the change. That's needed. We have heard already from people sell guns, essentially, the gun industry gun lobby in New Zealand opposing reform. How far will their voices carries? You think in this debate? Voice won't be loud. And it's been loud previously. But historically, the debate is being and the nine hundred ninety s in the early part of the twenty first century was about criminals having firearms, and the debate could always be deflected because the the legal person had the firearm and the answer the for was to control the criminal, and the modern taking more separate after Christ's church. This was lawfully purchased by Manu had license who was an entry level license. Go on and by the five how did the complete change of context means that because he could do what he did lawfully people now want to restrict that platform and the support for the restriction appears to be across party. So both liberals and conservatives are coming together on those. There must also be serious questions being asked about the country's security services who perhaps fell prey to some of that optimism about New Zealand's relative, safety and security. So you're talking about miss being present among citizens. New Zealand had a before this incident. We we was second most peaceful country on the planet. According to global peace index we had a low tier rating and we had a homicide rate by fire about teen per year. And so we were despite being quite quite high. That's right. And so we were quite complacent that nothing was a real risk to us. We followed the international trend and we've been part of the war on terror. So we spent a lot of our effort and teens of millions of dollars training jihadis and New Zealand we've been focused on gangs, and we've even be looking at Mary separatism as a route to terrorism, but the real problem when it finally hit us was the fire. Right. And even though. People had voiced concern about this and the security services. Head not noted it. It was never a priority was always at the end of the list. Now, I think that will be completely turned

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New Zealand gun law changes to be announced within 10 days: PM

BBC World Service

04:15 min | 2 years ago

New Zealand gun law changes to be announced within 10 days: PM

"Week in New Zealand and the country is still stuck are struggling to make sense of the mass shooting at the end of last week in Christchurch two mosques, which fifty people were killed counter-terror. Police have searched two homes in north West Australia where the main suspect grew up as that investigation continues. New Zealand's Prime minister just into Dern says her cabinets has agreed in principle. She says to toughen the country's gun laws. She said reforms would be announced within a matter of days. I think an incredible that we've been able to bring together the information needed for the principal decision. That's already been made. Now, it's about making sure some of the details and implementation work is prepared. We are of one mind we are absolutely United as a cabinet. So what kind of changes coming? I asked Alexander Gillespie professor of international law at Waikato university in New Zealand. I think it's likely what you're going to have is a ban on semi automatic firearms. And the reason we will do this is because most of the countries indicate similar atrocities like in Britain or like, an Australia. The magnitude of the mass shooting means that the parliament has to act, and it's likely that will now follow that path. I wonder why it hasn't been done before. I mean, I think Australia did it. Well, a couple of decades ago. Didn't they know the close ties between Australia and New Zealand was they're not public pressure for something similar before this attack on Friday. I think it's a combination of a number of things Kiwis tend to believe that most of the bad in the worldwide happened to them we live in a very beautiful part of the on the earth, but also gun laws tend to be very really precautionary. Like, even though you can see the risk. You have to wait for an atrocity or a massacre before you will actually be prepared to wait. And in the light of the atrocity more willing to parliament will be to actually do what's needed to be done. It's made slightly easier and the Commonwealth countries because we don't have a right to firearms people have illegal privilege, but when the risks are so great and the body count, so large. It means that there's a lot of momentum to finally achieve the change. That's needed. We have heard already from people sell guns, essentially, the gun industry gun lobby in New Zealand opposing reform. How far will their voices carries? You think in this debate? Voice won't be loud. And it's been loud previously. But historically, the debate is being and the nine hundred ninety s in the early part of the twenty first century was about criminals having firearms, and the debate could always be deflected because the the legal person had the firearm and the answer the for was to control the criminal, and the modern taking more separate after Christ's church. This was lawfully purchased by Manu had license who was an entry level license. Go on and by the five how did the complete change of context means that because he could do what he did lawfully people now want to restrict that platform and the support for the restriction appears to be across party. So both liberals and conservatives are coming together on those. There must also be serious questions being asked about the country's security services who perhaps fell prey to some of that optimism about New Zealand's relative, safety and security. So you're talking about miss being present among citizens. New Zealand had a before this incident. We we was second most peaceful country on the planet. According to global peace index we had a low tier rating and we had a homicide rate by fire about teen per year. And so we were despite being quite quite high. That's right. And so we were quite complacent that nothing was a real risk to us. We followed the international trend and we've been part of the war on terror. So we spent a lot of our effort and teens of millions of dollars training jihadis and New Zealand we've been focused on gangs, and we've even be looking at Mary separatism as a route to terrorism, but the real problem when it finally hit us was the fire. Right. And even though. People had voiced concern about this and the security services. Head not noted it. It was never a priority was always at the end of the list. Now, I think that will be completely turned

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"gillespie" Discussed on WDRC

WDRC

03:04 min | 2 years ago

"gillespie" Discussed on WDRC

"Wanna see me doctor Gillespie what's up watch off? Commanded drop in Hebrew friendly. Visit without having a motive behind sure. Sure. Here does happen to be. Got away from that keel. I wasn't even near the keyhole. Pops out just like a Jack in the box. You. Ooh. Thanks now. Much on your mind. Just wondering how soon you'll get to the point point. All right. I want to know about that protege of yours. Lane and that his name no complaints. You stuck right on the job all week. Find out why left that night Jimmy. No. And I wish I could something's pushed that jed right to the breaking. Boy, I don't know what it is can't get past that independent pride. It is just don't know. The victim of the invisible diseases. Fear. Worry frustration doubt. They take more lives and cancer and heart. Trouble put together invisible diseases. You mean you made a big mistake when you stop a roof firing lane. You're don't throw them out of the hospital because he has a disease do when he's a doctor. At least until he's over a Blaine worsest Bennett. He'd never get another chance. And you know that thing shave trouble. Have you been doing any specs topic work in your lab lately? No, of course, not planning. Why? Well, I have a requisition. From the instruments storeroom narrowly. I sign these things matter routine, but I happen to take notice this one why so. Type c analytical spectroscopy a delicate instrument. They don't ever call once in six months. I leave audible and word about eight hundred bucks dildo. See what you're driving at? Just this. It says he had the spectra scope was put on permanent Josh to kill dead laboratory watch picked up, but. Doc, the lane doctor Gillespie about all this left for him to do next is to dynamite the building. All right. I'll sign that requisition myself. Right to the bitter end never-say-die. Oh what? Now, Don Quixote kill Kildare. I guess we'd better go have a talk with lane..

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"gillespie" Discussed on The Andrew Klavan Show

The Andrew Klavan Show

04:46 min | 2 years ago

"gillespie" Discussed on The Andrew Klavan Show

"The Otto research never came up with it. Now, they come up with it. So the first thing he says he comes out and he apologizes, and he admits that he's one of the people in the photos. He can't remember whether he's clansman or the guy in a black faces cut number six my fellow Virginians earlier today, I released a statement apologizing for behavior in my past that falls far short of the standard. You set from me when you elected me to be governor. I believe you deserve to hear directly from me that photo and the racist and offensive attitude represents does not reflect that person. I am today or the way that I have conducted myself as a soldier doctor and a public servant. I'm deeply sorry. I cannot. Change the decision. I made nor can I undo the harm my behavior calls then and today, but I accept responsibility for my past actions. And I'm ready to do the hard work of regaining your trust. So he accepts responsibility for a while. And we should mention by the way just talking about the policy. This guy won an election over Ed Gillespie, the Republican and we played the ad at the time. The remember there was some Latino pack after Gillespie said something about MS thirteen gangs operating in Virginia and said that this was a problem, we should take care of the border, a Latino pack. Ran an ad it wasn't. It wasn't homes campaign, but a pack ran an ad in which a guy with a confederate flag in a pickup truck and a Gillespie bumper sticker tried to run down minority children. He was going to drive over them. Okay. And north of never denounce the ad. And instead he actually. Kind of used the ad and said accused Gillespie of racist rhetoric and fearmongering. So this is a guy who has played the race card. He played the race card. Remember, because of course, Charlottesville in Virginia. He played the race card against Trump. When he said those things with this kind of insensitive and tone deaf things that I don't believe we're racist. But he they were tone deaf and insensitive and he went after him for that. So he has been playing this a lot. So now, I he says he says, oh, yes, I accept responsibility. And everybody's calling for him to resign. Even Democrats all the Democrats are going for him to resign. Not so much responsibility. Please sit here and hypothesize or speculate how it happened. But I can only imagine if there are a number of photos laid out on the table and someone pasting those on page after page that one could get mistakenly put on the wrong page. And and it's I said earlier this has happened numerous times in this particular yearbook, and I suspect that's what happened in this case. Accepting responsibility. Why we help? I'm expectant humane accepting responsibility that this photograph was all my page in the yearbook. I regret that it is horrific. It made me sick when I saw, but I will tell you that my word I will stay in and live by my word. I was the president of the core our code there is a debt show. Not lie cheat steal or tolerate. Those do. That's the most meaningful thing to me in my life. I tell the truth I'm telling the truth today. That was not my picture. I don't believe you. I don't believe you. Because if I had was in a picture like that, I would remember. And he said he was in it. And I just don't believe you could met you would make a mistake about this. But here's the thing. I play. One thing he stood admit that he was in black face plane. Michael Jackson and doing a moonwalk in some kind of performance. Clearly, this is something going on to school and a reporter as long as wife is standing next to them. And reporter asked him. Can you still do the moonwalk and he almost breaks into a moonwalk? Listen to. An appropriate circumstance. My wife says inappropriate circumstances. He's still the same jerk. He's sick guy. He would've done it right there. He the put on black phase of his wife standing next to them going now. Nah, don't do the Dono black race. Don't inappropriate. I gotta admit. That's why we have lives because we're all kind of jerks, but it's still the same guy. He was in med school. So like he's having a hard time. People are calling from to resign. He's digging in which is not gonna look a good look for the democrat party..

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"gillespie" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"gillespie" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Dennis Prager here. As I mentioned in the first hour, the governor of Regina. This is my take. I've not heard this take on. Fortunately, when I say. When I think, I'm alone voice. And it's very rare. There's somebody somewhere is of course, saying something identical. But. I don't hear it much. I don't hear it at all. Frankly right now. There are two there are two factors here. The governor is a low life and deserves a for putting aside the abortion issue, which I covered last week. I wanna talk oranges and orange not oranges and apples. The campaign. He ran against Ed Gillespie for governor painting. The man is a racist. Having an ad with a truck trying to run over. Yes. Trying to run over a black kid in a Hispanic kid a Asian kid as Muslim girl little kids teenagers twelve thirteen years old. Whatever they were in the in the in the video and then the guy with the confederate flag and the truck chasing down to two run over kids has it Gillespie for governor bumper stick..

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"gillespie" Discussed on The Sporting Life with Jeremy Schaap

The Sporting Life with Jeremy Schaap

08:36 min | 2 years ago

"gillespie" Discussed on The Sporting Life with Jeremy Schaap

"This is the sporting life on ESPN radio and the ESPN app. Here's Jeremy chef suitable if you played Sunday evening in Atlanta, Georgia where perhaps the reigning Ness. Chef in town is a young man by the name of Kevin Gillespie. You probably know him from top chef his restaurants in Atlanta our gun show and revival and game changer a game changer. I think is actually in the stadium where the super bowl's taking place Mercedes Benz stadium and Kevin Gillespie joins us now. Kevin. Thank you for being with us. Hey, it's my pleasure. Thank you. Kevin. What's it like preparing for the world coming to Atlanta? When you've got a product everybody wants everybody wants a reservation one your restaurants. How are you approaching this this test? You know, it's been it's been interesting to say the least. So we knew that we were going. To be slammed, obviously. And so we sort of tried to prepare the team tried to prepare everybody for what was in store. Some folks kinda got the message early. And so we had some some people make reservations early folks buy out the restaurants, and then seemingly everybody else forgot that the Super Bowl thing was happening until the last minute. And now we've had a Daleus of people trying to get in only for us to tell them like I'm sorry. You're a little late to the game. So we're full, but yeah, it's it's cool. I'm happy to say that. But it's it's been chaos to say, the least phone's ringing off the hook with Kevin Gillespie the acclaimed. Chef you see them on top. Chef he restaurants in Atlanta include gun show and revival. And kevin. I know what it's like I've been to more Super Bowls than I can remember usually I don't stick around for the game. But I'm there for those evenings beforehand when everybody's trying to get into the best restaurant in town and the kinds of clients you never gonna see again. But they gotta be at the big restaurant and be. Scene and be there the night before Friday night. It starts getting crazy even as early as Wednesday night. I'm wondering with the limited amount of tables at restaurants like yours, which are some of the finest in the country. What kind of phone calls has your staff been getting from people insisting that their boss or their bosses get a table. Oh, and they give very, you know, certainly you have kind of two different versions. You have the assistant who is terrified by the fact that he knows that the answer is no but half the call anyhow to say that they did. And what we try our best to help us people. Will you know, we have more than one restaurant? We can sometimes move people around and say, you know, we don't we can't accommodate you here. But we can't at our sister restaurant. And we do the best that we can. And then we have the other call which is the presumptuous like, we're definitely once I threw out these names we're getting in. And I I won't say who they are. But what's this? I will say directly that we have had representatives from three different NFL teams ownerships. Who have called this week saying we would like to bring this group of twenty people into the restaurant. We just assume you you have room for us and we've had to tell. Eighty eight. I'm afraid we have no room for you. I wish you the best of all so one of them. We were actually able to get into our sister restaurant, but only one of the three the rest, we kind of said, hey, you know, your own or knew he was coming for a long time. Now, it would have been great if you'd call about a month ago speaking with Kevin Gillespie who for last decade has been one of the most claimed chefs in America is restaurants in Atlanta, widely celebrated and now the crush the Super Bowl crush coming to Atlanta. Everybody wants to get into restaurants. You simplify the menu for something. Like this. You look at his an opportunity just to survive in advance. Or is this a or is this an opportunity to display the best things about your restaurant in your cooking? Yeah. We don't dumb it down. At all. We go full till we want anyone who comes in and our Pinon this like you're spending the same amount of money that you would any other day of the week, and we expect that. You came to us because you had an expectation for quality level. And so if anything I think we step our game up for things like this. We're really excited about the menu at gun show and revival and we've left some availability. We've left Friday night open at gun show. Reservations, we've left prior to 'em Saturday night open at revival reservation, so that every I don't wanna just be filled with with buyout. They're great. I love our corporate clients who have dined with us and who will be dining with us. But I want people who are coming in to support their team to be able to come in and see us, and we wanna give them. And even better version, I want people to not show up and leave having their expectation met. But having a blown away. I don't know who gave you this false impression about the Super Bowl. It's definitely not about average fan since coming to ten teams. It's about the corporate bigwigs. I mean that is true. Yeah. You're absolutely right. I should probably be playing to that group a little bit more. But and we certainly do we try our best that we will. I will admit that. We give preference to our Atlanta based companies before anyone else, and perhaps that shoots in the foot. But the way I see it is that they're the ones that are loyal to us the other three hundred sixty four days of the year. Now when you say their reservation still open Friday night Saturday night, and and I do have him coming down. And you know, you you throw it out there. So what what what what do you have to do at this point to get in? So the best thing to do is actually called the restaurant. If you go online, you're going to Kevin you're a liar. There are no reservations. But if you call the restaurants and plead your case, we'll try our absolute best to get you at no gun show is I will I will admit that at this point gun show is on a wait list. But that doesn't mean that people won't cancel, and you might not get in revival on the other hand. I know for fact checked it on my way in today does still have room for Friday and Saturday night. And so we're trying to be accommodating as possible we have heaters outside on our patio. So that we can really take advantage of every seat that we possibly have. And we're ready to we're ready to serve we also I always forget to mention this. But. Revival. One of my restaurants is opened for brunch on Sunday. So that's kind of that service period that a lot of folks don't think about but no better time to come. And, you know, get go ahead and get a base go. And before you end up at the game, you know, drinking your body weight and cheap beer than to come spend spend a little time with us in the morning and have a really great breakfast. And then you'll be ready together. Rest of the day fortifying, I should say we're speaking now nine days before the Super Bowl before you are going to be chained to the kitchen the next nine days getting stuff done when I when I call to try to make reservation the next few days. I know we've only known each other for about twelve minutes. But can I say that I know you is that a straight you've namedrop that's a guaranteed way to not invasion. If you if you call and go, I'm gonna Kevin's friends. You're a liar. You're not and they know that that's the path to reservations, if you're actually friend of mine is that you end up texting my wife who then calls on your behalf. So and she told me not to give her phone number on the air. So I'm afraid I can't do that. I was gonna ask we're speaking with Kevin Gillespie the James beard award winning chef in Atlanta before we let you go as I said at the beginning of our conversation. You do have a restaurant actually at the stadium. And and you know, there are a lot of it's going on there all the time Super Bowls little different. Is it going to be the same price point the same menu inside the stadium for the game? Absolutely. So our restaurant game changer is actually the largest concession in the entire stadium. It's the whole western zone of the second level of Mercedes Benz. And we've been really waiting on this day for a couple of years now, and we're excited about it. And we made the decision going into it that we were not raising prices that we were going to offer exactly what we've become known for. And our only change this week over any other time that we've told the team like we absolutely cannot run out of anything. So we're ready for however, many people are going to be there. And we're excited about sharing the gospel as it were of sort of our. Version of of what southern football food looks like well, I'm looking forward to try to sneak into one of the restaurants, having thank you so much for joining us here. We know you're bad is busy preparing for this as the respective head coaches, the teams take part, I appreciate it. I'm Jeremy shop, and you can listen to new additions of the sporting life every Saturday and Sunday morning on ESPN radio and ESPN app beginning at six AM eastern time.

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"gillespie" Discussed on MMA Junkie Radio

MMA Junkie Radio

04:05 min | 2 years ago

"gillespie" Discussed on MMA Junkie Radio

"Gillespie we'll be fighting Yancy Medeiros at the upcoming card with Suharto and dillashaw at the top of the Bill. It's going to be on ESPN, plus part of the cards actually on ESPN Gillespie's undefeated at twelve and last one was over Vince Michele also in the state of New York, but in Utica this past summer, and now he faces Yancy Medeiros. It's going to be a great fight. You gotta check it out. And Greg Gillespie joins us now on the hotline. What's up Gregoire? How you doing? Purpose. Probably. Good my walkouts on right? Yeah. Man. Do that exactly. Our producers very very savvy so tip of the hat to Justice. All right on until fight night. You got screwed it up a little. The same way. Literally. I hated listening to my walkout song before. Because it would just give me all pumped up got to save the hat. Like can. I can't hear this before. Shut shut it off. I don't wanna feel that day night. So it was a good thing or a bad thing that we just played it now. Right. You didn't play enough of it to get me on. Okay. Hey gregoire. So you had an awesome performance this past June. And even though that took you to five no in the sea in twelve or no, I feel like that one really really like had people now wanting to see more of Gregory Gillespie the contender to the UFC lightweight title. My question is why did it take us about seven months to see you again was that by your choice were you injured or they just slow to book, you know, nj actually I was really healthy. After that. I that I've had kind of really enjoy without having a fight over the summer at the end of the summer. A new fishing boat. I wanted the fish I wanted to do it my family, and you know, I got two fights in early in the year. I tried to play three times a year. And actually, I am fighting three times in a year today. So I am fighting three times since last January. I just didn't get three fights in the year of thousand. But you know, I got joy this summer. I got to be out on my boat. I got to do with all my friends back. Upstate New York. I got to do all the fish that. I wanted to do. And I got there. Enjoy my new fishing boat. So I had a good summer. It's the first one I've had quite a few years. So. Now when it comes to the fishing. So we're originally from California, and we live in Las Vegas, but my buddies go out and chase the Marlins down by Mexico. What what what do you go fishing after? All right. So some completely different. You guys Yeltsin, obviously, I live in Long Island now. So a lot of the fishing in Long Island, ocean fishing. It's a lot of striper in tuna. And and fish off the shore that there are Lukin flounder, but what I do is upstate New York and like the finger lakes region and up on Lake Ontario. We're salmon fishing where Muskie fishing a little bit of bath, fish and some fight fishing. But it's all big predatory freshwater fish. Do you troll for the fish? My jam right there. I love trolling. Yeah. That's that's what my dad, and I used to go fishing in the Puget Sound for the Pacific northwest troll, throw, the what of this call the thing that the you drop the weight down on them. They're not like without the diago down riggers. Yeah. You just drop those in and used cruise around and drink beard. Oh, yeah. I'm sure that's what you start. See me she wanted to clear the fact that she didn't drink the beer until she was twenty one. But like all. Yeah. They'll really what did you your first beer me show with your with your pops fishing? What maybe no I wasn't quite that young. But that don't think I was quite. Yeah. It was probably my teens. Yeah. Third world now. So we're all of we or did that make sense? We all right goes. Greg listening Gregor. Now, this could be six straight here for you. Have you had a conversation with the matchmakers about where a win?.

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"gillespie" Discussed on The MMA Hour with Ariel Helwani

The MMA Hour with Ariel Helwani

02:37 min | 2 years ago

"gillespie" Discussed on The MMA Hour with Ariel Helwani

"And I think he's one of those forty five hundred on the branded if that e best, you know, we had a tough loss Lance Almer NFL tournament, but I tried to him every day. So, you know, we got a really good group guys. We're training. Obviously, you know, the guys over at long out. I'm a the guys if I'm more kickboxing, we got a nice guys about with. But you know, bars like having my face and the it that oh. I just want to most important thing winning. The result is the only important thing in the long run. Tell me why. Tell me why fishing is better than hunting. I'm not saying that it is. I just I honestly I've never been on thing. I've shotguns a lot growing up. We grew up in a very, you know, secluded area and upstate New York. And we you know, you drive ten minutes out of town. You're not apple orchards Rican, shoot, whatever you want. So we grew up shooting guns. But I never I never I've actually been on a hunt. You know, obviously when we were me, and my best friend when I was younger collar snow. We used to shoot squirrels and frogs and stuff, but I never actually gone on or a hog or anything like that. I'm sure I'd love it. I think there's a little more involved with tracking and tracking in setting up trail cans and all that again. I'm not familiar with it. But I think it's probably a little more volved in getting into boat going outside and the spot and and run it some lures by a boat. So I think there's probably a little more instant gratification fishing, which is a little more up. My alley, but I've I don't know that fishing is better than hunting. I've never been hunting thing. So I can't I can't even say that you are the nicest madman. In the world Gregor Gillespie. You truly are. Yeah. Like it on top. Yeah. Exactly. And then you're demon. Well, I'm going to tell you the emails can't lie. People are interested in you. They are interested in seeing what happens on Saturday, and I count myself among them best of luck to you don't need. It sounds like you're prepared. But I can't wait to see it. It'll be on ESPN, plus Gregory Gillespie takes on the NC materials. Thank you Gregor. Yep. Saying Saturday there is one of the best lightweights in the world, man. Truly, truly truly truly. He is an excellent fighter. Okay. So we are waiting here. We are waiting here. A believe Gordon Ryan is in the building. Let's bring him in. Days talking to him. All right. So he is getting miked up. Lemme a could you guys have the asset? I sent to Danny can that go on the screen. So here's what's going to happen. You're going to have the combat jujitsu fight night. This'll be Friday February twenty-second ten.

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"gillespie" Discussed on All In with Chris Hayes

All In with Chris Hayes

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"gillespie" Discussed on All In with Chris Hayes

"One year ago the election. Everyone had their is almost Virginia gubernatorial election. Remember that democrat Ralph northbound running against Republican edge Glaspie and as election day approached Gillespie did something very familiar for Republicans, particularly in the air of Donald Trump. He went all in on a strategy of racism, xenophobia and fearmongering. And that's thirteen appears to be stretching. Again, dangerous street gang thirteen responsible for the recent murder in Bedford county. Those crimes have been increasing around our region. MS thirteen is a minute. Ralph Northam wants to take down for genius, civil war monuments. I will do everything that I removed at statue. State level. State level Ralph north, and we'll take our statues down he'll take our shoes confederate statues, and it's thirteen that was egg-less fees big strategy to close the gap between himself from rows north of messy was down going into head stretch. And for a time. It seemed to work poll showed a deadlock race mere weeks before the election day, and then Glaspie lost badly by nine points much worse than Donald Trump did in that state wasn't even close. Ralph Northam victory is worth remembering now that we're approaching yet another election with the national GOP playing the exact same hand. Ed Gillespie didn't have a closing message. Then and the Republicans don't have a closing message. Now, they have a closing tactic transparently, desperate one. But when you hear now, the Democrats somehow don't have a message that protecting access to healthcare and the basics of democracy aren't on a message. Remember that millions upon millions of voters understand exactly what is going on. We've really seen a collapsing of our political discourse my opponent is soon as he won the Republican nomination. For governor went on Fox News.

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Appeals Court Strikes Down Part Of 2016 Indiana Anti-Abortion Law

Programming

01:26 min | 3 years ago

Appeals Court Strikes Down Part Of 2016 Indiana Anti-Abortion Law

"Mostly clear overnight Friday. Will be partly. Sunny cooler and less humid. I'm staying Lear here's what's trending this hour an appeals court, ruling on a twenty sixteen Indian abortion law Mark seven straight defeats. For attempts to restrict abortion in the state Eric Berman reports supporters and opponents of abortion rights are looking at Brad Kavanagh. Supreme court nomination as. A potential game, changer ACLU, Indiana legal director Ken Faulk says he's concerned but argues after nearly half a century Roe v Wade should be settled off when you. Look at the history of supreme court jurisprudence, and when the supreme court chooses will cases one of the things that looks at. Is how firmly accepted the right has become I would hope that we recognize that this is a right that we all have come. To talk and Planned Parenthood CEO Christie Gillespie say they hope, legislators we get sick of losing. In court Eric Berman Ninety-three WIBC mobile news nobody wins in, a. Trade war with China says Purdue Aggie communist Wally Tyner Is that, the economic wellbeing of the United States goes down economic wellbeing of China goes down. As well if the tariff stay in place he predicts the loss of twenty nine percent of America's global soybean market to Brazilian producers. After a day in camp coach head coach Frank Reich is, liking what he sees from quarterback. Andrew luck good day solid day in windy conditions thought he, looked. Strong consistent Good first day form. I'm staying Lear on the level, on the.

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Federal Judge Strikes Down Kentucky's Medicaid Work Rules

BBC Newshour

03:53 min | 3 years ago

Federal Judge Strikes Down Kentucky's Medicaid Work Rules

"President trump has posted a couple of tweets this morning defending the government's chief immigration enforcement agency against calls from some democrats at ice be abolished also a statement from saudi arabia confirms a phone call between the king and president trump but does not mention a trump tweet saying that saudi arabia had agreed to raise oil production to perhaps two million barrels a day a federal judge struck down kentucky's plan for medicaid changes would have required work volunteering or training for some exchange for healthcare coverage plan was set to go into effect next week lisa gillespie from w f p l in louisville reports at kentucky medicaid recipients won't face any changes to their insurance for now the court said the changes the state maids it kentucky's medicaid program don't meet the intent of the program which is to support the healthcare needs of low income people this state projected that ninety five thousand people would lose access to medicaid under the changes kentucky state official adam meyer our wrote in a statement that the state plans on working with the federal government to resolve the issue he added that without prompt implementation the state will be forced to make benefit cuts the decision also has far reaching implications for several other states that are considering medicaid work requirements for npr news i'm lisa gillespie in louisville general motors says president trump's threatened tariffs on imported cars and car parts could harm american automakers michigan radio sarah swick gm's warning comes and comments submitted to the us commerce department the department is investigating imported cars and car parts as possible national security threat under direction from president trump but gm cautions that today's auto industry relies on global operations and global supply chains the company says import tariffs will eventually drive up prices for us consumers and retaliatory measures could hurt global sales gm says those tariffs could lead to a smaller gm and risk less not more american jobs for npr news i'm sarah swick in detroit and you're listening to npr news this is wnyc in new york i'm david i new jersey is inching closer to a government shutdown legislators ended negotiations yesterday afternoon without reaching a budget deal with governor phil murphy much of the disagreement comes from murphy's plan to raise taxes on people making more than one million dollars a year legislators proposed raising taxes on people making more than five million instead at press conference murphy said that didn't cut it and he suggested citizens call their legislators to tell them if folks out there watching think that attacks on folks who make five million dollars a year or more is a sufficient answer to what else i hope they've got their numbers as well if a budget deal is not reached state beaches and parks would be closed tomorrow and non essential services would be closed monday teachers throughout new york are receiving emails telling them to leave their union the emails went out just hours after wednesday's supreme court decision that ruled against public sector unions like the american federation of teachers the justices struck down a law requiring non union members to pay union fees the emails came from the conservative think tank mackinac center and provided public school teachers with instructions on how to leave their union colleen wilson a reporter for low hud spoke to white plains teachers who received the emails teachers were kind of they were outraged i think especially those that are really involved in their union you know they just kind of sell it as you know fueling fire the mackinac center advocates conservative economic causes such as deregulation and right to work laws it has received hundreds of thousands of dollars in donations from the foundation started by us education secretary betsy devos extremely hot weather in.

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"gillespie" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

03:34 min | 3 years ago

"gillespie" Discussed on WTVN

"Daring teacher then said hey i'm nuclear reversed that but now one of the students brandon gillespie is is taking that challenge and saying i wonder what would happen in school if we did start a prolife walkout in california school the high school is rocklin high school and brandon is the student brennan gillespie joins us now part of the hashtag life campaign brandon how are you how clear reverse that but now one of the students brandon gillespie is is taking that challenge and saying i wonder what would happen in school if we did start a prolife walkout in a california school the high school is rocklin high school and brandon is the student brennan gillespie joins us now part of the hashtag life campaign brandon how are you how are you i'm good so now tell me tell me the story you were in the class when you're when you're history teacher asked this question yeah and she didn't all right so you heard that and you saw her you know be kicked out of school for a couple of days a how did you feel about that oh i mean i was really upset in the first place i was really upset that the school district even allowed a protest on the second amendment but yeah when this happened to miss benzel i mean it it it would just really upset me and it made me want to go out and take a stand so why did it upset you that they allowed a protest of the second amendment well i personally don't think that that they should allow political political protests or beliefs in in our schools however since they were masking this walkout last wednesday they were masking in saying that it was to honor the victims of the parkland shooting and i would not have a problem with that but they were masking it and it was really about protesting the second amendment and so you have decided to see if you could stage a walkout for a constitutional.

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"gillespie" Discussed on Piano Jazz Shorts

Piano Jazz Shorts

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"gillespie" Discussed on Piano Jazz Shorts

"Duties guest on piano jazz is the great dizzy gillespie who joined mariam at cartland the 1985 for what was truly one of her favorite programs the name dizzy described the playful personality and adventurous musical style of john burks gillespie what are the most celebrated jazz musicians of the 20th century this time i heard you was a cia still on his place in paris st lucia up towel and he played and he played me that record with alhagar on piano i guess beside the hothouse assault peanuts of both of those things and i was flabbergasted i'd never heard music like that an i'm saying what's the panoply of doing it how does he learn those courts is he what's he doing it it is the most exciting thing that ever happened to me whether you're wherever or new driver we've from whom watson what's new that was newton at plan in uh the music that charlie parker created the style that he created required that from the piano and required new ideas from the drums and also from the base because the the it made guys change the way of new invasion of the way you play and while you play now that require require that people change what they were to where we are hey we that we had you know then we had wanted that what did you have to show any that was piano players like when you first started out did you have to say like gearhead male more your shoulder purebred except malt.

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"gillespie" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:54 min | 4 years ago

"gillespie" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Friends on here to have fun and chew bubblegum and kick ass amman baba so this i'm so tired of these high takes did you are you guys ready choke on these had takes yet are you just delegate you're just like i can deal with these had takes so let's just get this straight this is the way that the media's role in virginia headed that they had their election they you you had your your aid in virginia it was at gillespie here's a republican i can i just i'm not saying this to be eager to the guy i think he follows me on witter why the hell some of these people follow me on twitter i will never understand i am not i mean what would you follow me on to really and lovable on and friendly and sweet but i mean i don't care on twitter arrowhead if army but he's an no offence to him that he's kind of a rnc swamp rat and by kind of i mean like he'd defined the dishonor he he's an iron see swamp rat i mean the guy ran are and see his is establishment is establishment get and i think in some respects he came on a little bit too late and trying to roll back some of the bigspending preferences of certain republicans but he is i mean he uses establishment as it gets edgar less be didn't lose because it was a trump thing for crying out loud why all all the special elections that have taken place up until this point that republicans won did you hear these hot takers out there like all male i mean those loss democrats about beaten back so hard as trump he's just you know he he didn't hear those high takes them to do it because they wanted to pretend that all of this special election in victories didn't happen and there were quite a few of them but now because eggless b and they'd made ralph north them up to be this you know i don't know what they they were glaspie and by the way north of barely one and a bleuer state the do barely won against a candidate they got his but handed to women 2014 yes eggless we rain against mark mortar in 2015 and he didn't win then either why the hell did you think he.

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"gillespie" Discussed on WTMA

WTMA

02:17 min | 4 years ago

"gillespie" Discussed on WTMA

"Polls a few weeks ago and then that ad came out showing all of these little immigrant children about to be run down by a pickup truck with the confederate flag and an edge ed gillespie sticker on a german you saw that video right you saw that ad campaign that horrible hideous ed campaign that this immigra pro immigrant group out now remembered they weren't talking about ed gillespie he wasn't ed gillespie drive in that truck look into mowed down these little immigrant children it was an esca edgelow us we it was you that what it was the conservative republican voters in virginia that's how they feel about you the understand that eggless me one behind the wheel there that was a glaspie supporter that was a republican with the don't tread on me of licenseplate on the front of the truck flying the confederate flag that's how they feel about you on the left you've got to understand that they loathe you they hate you we've seen the vitriol over the past few months over the past three hundred and sixty five plus days the trump's been in office they low the you they consider you white supremacists they consider you white nationalist they consider you racists and misogynists taken anti the you know you're islam phobic you're anti immigration yatta yatta that's how they feel about you that blood reflected in that ad there was put out by that pro i guess pro illegal immigrant group so you were driving their truck in that that's how they feel about you so it's not it's not the fact that steve bannon is coming here they're they're the you know the the speak at the centre long friday night issued that they're upset with that you're actually going to show up at this event at of the citadel on friday night they're mad at you and that's it i mean that's the anger and the.

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"gillespie" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

KHNR 690AM

02:31 min | 4 years ago

"gillespie" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

"The best gotta gotta stop you bet ahead gillespie do you think the country we've been so frayed by two and a half year campaign and by the politicisation than in just the the the of the defcon 5 level of everything that will be able to put aside politics for a little bit to help yet there is no doubt about that people responding the the red cross other ohring in uh our of caring people when we if threat like this we respond with a heart and we're seeing that now uh uh and and in terms of your campaign d do you think it impacts a political cabinet one in jersey there's one of virginia you're the only two campaigns in the country do you find that the issue said changes overnight when when something like this happens you know a back on the trail obey all the although people watching were we care about our fellow american uh but i don't think it's going to fundamentally change the nature of the great your virginia which is really focused on what we need to do with the cop welfare create job race fickle it's our great years have got to change that i'm going to put forth plan this week on all its report ability the mother equal that they wanna know what your qualities are are your solutions how you gotta make light robertson yet look or plants on early or or if we regard k twelve education system and addressing you know this opioid heroin epidemic that we are dealing with year like like all with those people are focused on our goals although or jobs out of there out of things better horse virginia growing our our economic growth rate last year the thick of one percent we're at thirty nine out of fifty states economic growth i truly believe what you look at our our that the resources are fertile answer or our people are great colleges and universities are location or natural beauty really we should be first in the nation it economic growth job creation we've got to change our you had glaspie a i will be back above talk frequently next few weeks but i'll bet.

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