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"gramercy park" Discussed on REAL 92.3
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"gramercy park" Discussed on REAL 92.3
"Finger left, But I'm not cheap. Bring on Gramercy Park down for chief drinking Big Boi's neighborhood trade songs in the neighborhood, Ma'am, Have you narrowed down where you probably contract ID covert night? Team from Well, A friend of mine actually wasn't feeling good. She had taken a taking a test, and I think she just took the test before she actually had symptoms, right? She came back with. Did you get a false negative? She She got a negative, and then she went back and got a positive and a few. I'm gonna put anybody out there, but a few of my employees actually having it is well so it could have came from a few different places. But you know what I love about the man is that I love that you care enough to quarantine yourself. Get away from it. Take care of yourself, you know and not put people in harm's way. You know you're not sitting in your over office and coming out waving at you know people from your balcony. You don't just get your driver's in on. Let's jump in the car. How people How important How important was it for you to make sure that you quarantine and got yourself away from your family is well, man. This was a very important week for me. You know the album coming out. We had some actual physical promotions. I had Esquire complex Men's Health magazine. These are all in person things where people were coming to me in some more things, and I had to actually shut down. So you know, with this being album of songs that speaks volumes as to what I'm willing to do to keep people safe. My son was supposed to be here with me this week just to celebrate with me. You know what I mean? He can't be here with me. I'm living in the house, man Dolo like at this time. Did you feel it? First tray, Or did you just get like a test? Because something else had went down and you came back positive. Well, I was having chills in my sleep. And I thought I just was going too hard. And then I'm gonna tell you what I got to call my brother. He was blowing some gas, man. I couldn't smell the gas. Oh, man. I said, Let me see this side. And so you put your nose right to to get down. It was like man. I don't I'd usually smell this. I said what I said. What's this? Hey, said No, That's um, that's trying to push. I said, Oh, is it Hey, man, you was like, turn left right here. I need okay. Like you're, like, turn left, man. Something right? If I can't smell this triangle Kush gave him a punch. Does it smell it? But you're like, no spending his ball. You said Yeah, he said that's that, Huh? I said it is a oh, man Big. I'm the only one that doesn't. Uh, but you know what, though, broke that Another.
"gramercy park" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"In American public schools. After Fabrice and I talked, I walked into the main room and immediately some Maurice Maurice was so skeptical of this whole embassy thing, But there he is, at a table selling raffle tickets next to me. Cheerfully raising money for a program neither of them ever wanted at their school wear raffling off to every airline tickets to France warned Blue Tick is gonna win. Could be yours. Barbara from Gramercy Park. The woman who loves fall in Paris, wanders across the marble floor toward the raffle table. Decide where I me is sitting And I thought, Oh, no. Hi. How are you? You're one of the parents of a bilingual. Uh, student. She's not. She doesn't go to school. She will be bilingual. Eventually. Eventually one wonderful thing. Are you pleased with the program? It's so important to learn another language. It opens the world for you and what I was just telling on him. When I go to Paris, which I do every year, it is cool, and it's cooler because I can speak the language and you have entree into the society. Not totally one will never Have total entree, but you can interact with your neighbors. You can interact in a restaurant. You could intrigue act at the dry cleaner at the supermarket, and they so appreciate an American who could speak threat? Yes, yes, And the language is beautiful and I meet starts looking around..
"gramercy park" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Cloudy today I've eighty eight seventy one right now in the city attention went shopping center your with the band highway patrol we still have on the side of the city was found nineteen street closed between second Avenue in every place and he's found twentieth street closed between Gramercy park and Third Avenue fire department activity we've got con ed activity as well the cross Bronx has a tractor trailer that has broken down on the westbound side in the Bronx river parkway the left lanes blocked we are absolutely hammered on the westbound cross Bronx to the Bronx river parkway because of this delays go all the way back into the burger interchange currently we're doing well on the allied double our path trains they are running on a close to schedule there we got alternate side parking in effect today try to get sponsored by Monmouth university I'm Karen Stewart with the fan highway that with the quick silver card Capital One you earn unlimited one point five percent cash back on every purchase unlimited on the anyway you say it earning a limited one point five percent cash back on every purchase just found Capital One what's in your water what's in your wallet wow Capital One bank USA NA and all policy from State Farm gets you collision coverage and this radio ad from State Farm gets you coverage of this beloved nineties it.
"gramercy park" Discussed on The Editors
"You're going to have to create popular pressure on Democrats, that's not gonna happen while they hold the majority in the house, but it could be done in the Senate. If you had a messenger, who could bring a lot of minority voters over to the position that's being advocated here that could bring a lot of blue collar voters who still sport Democrats over to the positions being advocated here and I'm not I'm not seeing a really coherent compelling message coming out of the White House that's gonna that's gonna lay the basis right now to move things in that direction. It is almost like this was designed with, like. Jared Kushner social priorities as the number one thing of okay? I wanna do right. By my father-in-law's promise for basically restriction is leaning thing, but I don't want it to look to rude, or anything among my social betters like that this was done with elite signaling in mind and not the actual political realities of getting something passed. All right exit question to you Charlie cook rate. The Trump immigration proposal from zero to ten zero garbage ten here, platonic ideal of an immigration plan. Think it's about six. I think the fact question to be awesome to whether you start a dissect. So whether you started a tan, and hope it gets watered down any political process, but I would say it is better than it is was in be. Going to see a four point five. The skills portion should have been eighty percent of the new intake. Look, I anything that moves us towards skills. I think is, is a good move. I think it's a winning position. So I'll give it a six even just because I think moves the ball, they're meaningfully. I'm a little higher than that everyone else. I think it does move the ball meaningfully. And although I would like to see lower levels. And I think Michael makes good point about even higher proportion of the skill based immigration. I give it a seven. So with that, let's hit a few other things. Charlie, you've been in Charleston, South Carolina. I have the holy city and it really is a beautiful city. I was there last night to give a speech, and I was kindly given a tour by the person invited me. I went once in two thousand six but I didn't get to spend a great deal of time yesterday. I, I made up for that, if you haven't been to Charleston, South Carolina, I would recommend gorwing his great food has wonderful architecture enormous amount of history and very, very friendly people to boot. And b d been eating at a French restaurant near Gramercy park. Yeah. Express after the singing in book, party the other night. We were looking for a place that was open late and express on Park Avenue around, twenty first and twenty second nineteenth, I think I go to north. You're right. Is open twenty four hours and you get serviceable croque-monsieur crook. Madame at any time and good service. And I don't know just wonderful conversation was like there, actually fewer places to tuck into at twelve midnight or one AM on a city become. I'm just saying the I'm very grateful for that for that restaurant. There's a there's a sister restaurant with the same menu, but a different name, I think eighty fourth and Broadway for uptown. Ooh. Okay. Have a spin off New York restaurant. I'd cast. So look you've been quite taken with Bill de Blasios campaign. I mean, I'm not gonna make this sort of inappropriate jokes that build Blasio invokes in my mind but he he the president made fun of him on Twitter.
"gramercy park" Discussed on This Is Why You're Single
"It's because of the holidays. Yeah. Because of weather, you know, I guess it's like a mixture both. But that makes a lot of sense because. Yeah, you wanna like have a Buddha hang out with on thanksgiving and Christmas and like make out with on January and then bread around the corners, Valentine's Day. So that makes sense exactly. And people feel pressure from their family and all this stuff. So so yeah, it's the holidays. Nobody safe we are all in danger cuffing season. We're in the heart of it. Right. Let's good. I mean, I guess if you wanna relationship it's good if single though it's hard to to because like all the. The it feels like at least all the other single people are like Buddha right now. Oh, yeah. You know, good point. Well, but now there's hope. Yeah. But I guess you know, cuffing season last through through February. So even though it's like mid December right now are towards the end December. It's probably still not too late to like do a little late cuff for New Year's Valentine's Day. That's right. I mean, that's that's what I meant. Nick. I am a perfect example of the late cuff. I coughed on twelve twelve. This is episode comes out twelve nineteen. I coughed Nick on twelve twelve also t h kind of fun to be single on new years. Yeah. Like don't get all in your head about like the kiss at midnight while while net like it's more fun to go out with your friends. There's the excitement of potentially meeting someone like free agent. My my favorite new years before I met Nick was with like was with three of my girlfriends, Katy Kellyanne Monroe, and we went to I think it was like the Gramercy park. Teller something and it was just us like ladies night out. And we happen to me for hot Australians like one for each of us. And it was like I mean, it was it's just like a memory. Always have is. We were like, oh my God. There's four of us and there's four of them. It's perfect. It's it's just like dancing had so much fun. And it was honestly one of my favorite nears, ever kazoo. It was like it was just like a girls night out. You know, it's a fun single person holiday, despite what the media will tell you. Yeah. All right. You want to know I've been reading y'all I've been reading the Baltimore post examiner of all things. Always you're always reading the Baltimore post exent. I was looking for a story about the holidays. And this was the story said should you break up before after the holidays? Oh, good one. It's written by precaut- precautions has no last name like prints. Yeah..
"gramercy park" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Bloomberg business flash. And thank you so much, Charlie. You're listening to Bloomberg BusinessWeek here on a Thursday afternoon. I'm Jason Kelly alongside Carol Massar. And this is Bloomberg radio. Real. A little bit about knock straight electoral Spacey of a perfect guest to do this travel. Leisure says it's next individual has done more to bring designed to the travel experience than any other living person. I did steal that from your website. I'm just going to tell you I could talk about the Gramercy park hotel. I could talk about forty bond could talk about the global partnership with Mary, but let him do it in Schrager in the house here with Jason myself. He's at the Bloomberg era ahead in luxury summit, and you first of all welcome. So I have to say Jason I've been talking about this all week. We've been really excited we really respect what you've done in the hospitality space stayed in your hotels. So when you look at luxury so so much of the world is being disrupted where do you see it going where do you see the luxury world going? Well, I think up canal luxury has been defined almost Ariza business classification, and to me it has nothing to do with wealth. Nothing. What price it certainly not a business? Classification, more state of the mind, and I think. To me luxury unrelated to how much something costs. It only matters. How it makes you feel and you got a good value proposition. But you've made to feel great to me is luxury. Well, one of the things that you certainly pioneered, and we talk about you as someone who essentially invented the notion of a boutique hotel, but you also started to think it seems about spaces beyond the room in a hotel beyond the room that you're going to sleep in in these public spaces indoor outdoor how does that go forward? Do you think especially now that everyone's? Doing how do you reinvent the the next leg of this? I like to think that we do a better than anybody else. But kind of very self evident idea why not have a microcosm of the best data city has to all right downstairs in the public space, and why dot public space should be geared towards the people that are living in the city because everyone that goes to a hotel want to go where people in the know of app city, go that secret, the public space, the hotel guests for the people of the city with the hotel one ago. Okay. I know I think this isn't your property, but forgive me for bringing it up. But we were just we talk about I was just in London and Jason's been and Lenin we talk about the net, and like that whole restaurant space, man. It's packed. And you know, it's not people staying at the hotel. It's just everybody in the city going there. I mean that concept is really well. You know, I think and I know you this is what you do. Well. It's the kind of very very obvious idea. And by the way, it's not original that way hotels, one hundred hundred fifty years ago, the real estate guide got all of it and got rid of it because he couldn't figure out how to make money with it. But it just just a great idea and the best part about it is he's also drives weight and occupancy at all it's also another revenue stream, we say luxuries, not you don't think about it. But even necessarily as a business, but you think about if you're bringing in other people who aren't even staying at the hotel score. Definitely it used to be tweeted as loss leaders. I mean, it was it was ridiculous. You can't have a loss leader everything has to contribute to the bottom line. I want to ask you about this brand public because it seems it's more value oriented from what I can tell when you think about the year ahead, and you sort of the umbrella in which we are discussing all of this are we headed toward a more sort of value conscious type of economy because we've been in this long bull market. People seem to be waiting for the other shoe to drop does luxury need to come for lack of better terms for the down market a little bit. Luxury is all very accessible to everybody. It's not preserved for the one percent. It's not just reserved for with people that fashioned idea. I think I think you know. Right now, what's going on in this country? I think middle class is under attack. One percentage on you have everybody else, and I think detino fashioned notion to think that luxury is only something that caused a lot of money, and it's only for a very few rich people everybody is entitled to have it. It's a kind of more modern idea. And I don't think that the value proposition has anything to do with an economic cycle. I think people want value for the money, and no, no the rich people want value for the money. Well as anybody else, but that's how they got to be rich. It's a great point because we had the CEO of our hold big supermarket chain. We had the CEO of WW Mindy Grossman. So she's looking at wellness and staying fit he's looking at feeding people, and we talked about this whole idea that if you could afford it you can get great stuff, but they are really trying to reach out. Why shouldn't everybody have access to great food? Why shouldn't they have access to staying fit? And well, and you're thinking about that the same thing when it comes to the hospitality space critically important to evaluate that. You're seeing it already. You're seeing gourmet chefs continuum who's at the best restaurant in the world for the past few years. And and Danny Meyer who is now doing great restaurants offering fast, casual right, gourmet food, right because people want quality, and they want it fast. And casual they wanted less expensive. You can see it in every aspect of life. And how much though is a result of the Uber's the Airbnb is like people have come out with a different way to stay in a city right at some of them can be value propositions. You know, these upstarts that are no longer upstarts just shaking up how we do things. Well that part of it. You know, the funny thing about it is my four girls and one son and the four girls are all in there. Early twenties, and none of them on cars. Growing up. That's all you want. Mecca. But so those things change, but in the hotel world the way to deal with disruptor like Airbnb, go. Go things they can't do they can't kill communal spaces the public Catherine Pacers. We do in the lobbies and all so that even plays to strengthen he's a way of.
"gramercy park" Discussed on Z100
"Fast. However, you feel about this topic. I know that that I I I think it's I I see how someone is out there taking advantage of a world where there are a lot of people who like to cheat. So they're making money off of it. Whether you agree with that or not that's up to you up to me to decide. I just I in my head. I don't see how the people who have started this website go to bed at night and feel good about themselves. That's all they they sleep in a very expensive bed. They do. Exactly. I'm not saying it's right at all. Right. I don't like it. But you know, when you find a something in life that needs a fix you come up with a fix, and you can become a millionaire. What's that Brody? If you want to tell you like in your town, which towns have the most cheaters which states have the most cheaters that article talks about New York, which neighborhood New York is the biggest cheaters so in New York City if you're wondering. The neighborhood with the highest number of men signing up for adultery adultery site was Chelsea. The highest number of women signing up where in Gramercy park on the flip side, they neighborhoods with most faithful. We're the least member number of residents registered was fields Filton in the Bronx. Okay for men and sheep's head bay Brooklyn for women. Oh, wow. So anyway, but scary is an interesting point about Ashley Madison. Yeah. And I hate it, by the way, I'm not for it at all. But I will tell you that a lot of people say, well, they're just creating this problem. They're creating the issue. They're not creating problems. They're actually fulfilling this need for some people that is already there, then he's already been out of business. So what's going? Maybe there's. If people want to screw up their relationships on their own go right ahead and do it. Why should someone profit from it because it's a free country? It's capitalism. It sucks. I. The same argument could be made for the cigarette. Industry's will they tell you right there on the pack. You're gonna die. We actually had a drug a drug seminar at my son's school last night. And they were saying the same thing like, you know, they putting it out there, and obviously people want it. There is a need for it, which sucks. Volumes of relationships. Does and they're making a profit very sad. But anyway, show the point we've kind of driven off the road here is for the first time women are signing up more than men. Wow. I'm shocked. Well, why are you shocked? I don't know why you know. I mean, I guess everybody. If you're gonna cheat doesn't matter what sex you are. They everybody, you know. But I don't know. I'd like to hear the reasoning straight Nate, why do you why do you think more women than men are the numbers of women are rising faster on Ashley Madison from women than men? I think there's I think because of the data breach people might be scared to sign up, right? Women don't believe in data breach. No. I'm just saying. I think maybe guys are more leery to do. So I don't know. I I think I hate to say this is think women wanna cheat. Sometimes just as much as men maybe women women think that their husbands are cheating. And so they sign up to catch them. Oh. Very difficult to do. Let's talk to Christine. Hi, christine. Hi, how are you? I'm doing. Well, what is your thought? Here. I actually on the way playing house, Dan yell. You wonder if women are signing up in fear that they're gonna find their husbands on their. And that's why all these women are now on the website to say, okay. I'm not saying there's no way that could be a bit. Let's assume for a moment that more women than men are signing it because more women than men are ready to have an extramarital affair. If that's the case why is that now and not a year ago or two years ago? I think that's what I'm asking. What is different now than two years ago? Ashley Madison's been around for years has been and this is the first time Christine the reporting that it's more women than men that are active on the site. So maybe if the can't beat them join them. All.
"gramercy park" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"The tall gates guarding grammercy park slush interior it's hard not to wonder why can't i go in there while the reason is as old as the park itself but a new investigation from wnyc in gotha missed suggests that the unique arrangement between the city and the land owners of grammercy park is shortchanging the public earlier this week wnyc's leyla yunus and gotha missed christopher robin's spoke with my colleague richard hake about their story grammercy park has always been viewed as a private playground for the wealthy pretty much from the beginning unique key to get in there exactly and when developers sam ruggles created the park and eating thirty one he was able to get the city to give him the land tax free based on the idea that this open space in the crowded city would prevent my asthma's and promote public health but baked into that initial agreement was the idea that property values of homes around the park with access would double so that would bring in more tax revenue for new york city instead of taxing the park are really helps to think of gramercy is more of a front yard rather than a park so all of that happened in at the turn the twentieth century the city began taking a closer look at their property tax revenues and they decided well we're going to start taxing grammercy park so they gave it a value around twenty million dollars the parks trustees didn't like that and they sued and they said that the value of the park was built into their own property values and they also said that per the terms of the original deed grammercy park could never be developed so it was essentially worthless in terms of real estate and judges agreed with that and said that the residents around the parkway already paying for the access to it and that decision is held for the past one hundred ten years okay so now you're reporting suggests that's no longer the case how's that so the gramercy park decision is kind of famous it became the foundation for homeowners associations across the country but we wanted to know exactly how the court determined that the homes that had keys to gramercy park or worth more than those that didn't so we had to find the original core decision issued in one thousand nine and not let us to a crumbling book at the new york state archives in albany we weren't allowed to scan the book so we have to take iphone pictures of hundreds of pages of testimony from real estate agents the judge's opinion and lots of exhibits which included values of the homes long grammercy park and nearby homes without park.
"gramercy park" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"On wnyc i'm kerry nolan walking past the tall gates guarding grammercy park slush interior it's hard not to wonder why can't i go in there while the reason is as old as the park itself but a new investigation from wnyc in gotham suggests that the unique arrangement between the city and the land owners of grammercy park is shortchanging the public earlier this week wnyc's leyla yunus and gotham christopher robin's spoke with my colleague richard hake about their story grammercy park has always been viewed as a private playground for the wealthy pretty much from the beginning key to get in there exactly and when developers sam ruggles created the park in eighteen thirty one he was able to get the city to give him the land tax free based on the idea that this open space in the crowded city would prevent my asthma's and promote public health but baked into that initial agreement was the idea that property values of homes around the park with access would double so that that would bring in more tax revenue for new york city instead of taxing the park itself really helps think of gramercy is more of a front yard rather than a park so all of that happened in at the turn of the twentieth century the city began taking a closer look at their property tax revenues and they decided well we're going to start taxing grammercy park so they gave it a value around twenty million dollars the parks trustees didn't like that and they sued and they said that the value of the park was built into their own property values and they also said that per the terms of the original deed grammercy park could never be developed so it was essentially worthless in terms of real estate and judges agreed with that and said that the residents around the park we're already paying for the access to it and that decision is held for the past one hundred ten years okay so now you're reporting suggests that's no longer the case how's that so the gramercy park decision is kind of famous it became the foundation for homeowners associations across the country but we wanted to know exactly how the court determined that the homes that have keys to gramercy park or worth more than those that didn't so we had to find the original court decision issued in one thousand nine and not let us to a crumbling book at the new york state archives in albany we weren't allowed to scan the books so we have to take iphone pictures of hundreds of pages of testimony from real estate agents the judge's opinion and lots of exhibits which included values of the homes long grammercy park and nearby homes.
"gramercy park" Discussed on 790 KABC
"To the hospital after a shooting in a shopping center parking lot near western avenue and one hundred eighth street in the gramercy park section of south la according to the los angeles county fire department also according to norwalk fficials officials powers currently out in the southwestern portion of norwalk including three intersections on studebaker road south of rosecrans avenue as well as three intersections on a laundry boulevard east of studebaker and two intersections on excelsior drive east of studebaker so the traffic signals are out avoid driving in the area or treat those black down intersections this four way stops about twentyfive clergy members were arrested this morning after blocking spring street in front of the federal courthouse in downtown la to protest president trump's zerotolerance immigration policy as well as attorney general jeff obsession speech today at the nearby biltmore hotel reverend felicia feras eder from the revolution of love ministry explains the purpose of today's civil disobedience to nbc four new we're sending a message that these families that have been separated and torn apart they need to be reunited this is an egregious immoral act this country's moral compass is a skew and so we're we're taking the street overseeing not this sessions was in la to speak at the criminal justice legal foundations annual luncheon and the supreme court upheld president trump's travel ban against seven countries ruling it was a legitimate exercise of his executive authority the five four ruling reverses a series of lower court decisions up on the president's ban on travelers from iran syria libya yemen somalia north korea and venezuela was illegal or unconstitutional talk radio seven ninety kabc sports dodgers host.
"gramercy park" Discussed on News Radio WGOW
"The estimates for people going to ashley madison originally turned out to be false so they hired a real accounting firm they found out the cheaters are signing up at the rate of fifteen thousand per day this was the first step in communicating to our members and potential members that we had listened to them and we are now dedicated and have always been to be a leader in the married dating space that's what they call don't call cheaters they call it the married dating space in new york city the neighborhood with the highest number of men signing up for adultery was chelsea which is interesting because it's a gay neighborhood and according to the according to the site the highest trysts the highest number of trysts in new york city was in the gramercy park area on the flip side the big apple neighborhoods with the most faithful spouses with the least number of residents registered was the bronx for men and sheep says bay for brooklyn but the numbers are really surprising here member experiences paramount they say in two thousand fifteen remember the hackers leak more than twenty five gigabytes of data from the site include names and search histories but today it reveals that more women than men use the site and that it's a one and a thirteenth i dunno he found a thirteenth to one one in a thirteenth women to one more women cheat then men and i believe that which is why they complain more about men cheating to compensate for their guilt but how did you know your significant other was cheating how long did it take you to realize that it took a call from the.
"gramercy park" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"The estimates for people going to ashley madison originally turned out to be false so they hired a real accounting firm they found out the cheaters are signing up at the rate of fifteen thousand per day this was the first step in communicating to our members and potential members that we had listened to them and we are now dedicated and i've always been to be a leader in the married dating space that's what they call don't call cheaters they call it the married dating space in new york city the neighborhood with the highest number of men signing up for adultery was chelsea which is interesting because it's a gay neighborhood and according to the according to the site the highest treats the highest number of trysts in new york city was in the gramercy park area on the flip side the big apple neighborhoods with the most faithful spouses with the least number of residents registered was the bronx for man and sheep says bay for brooklyn but the numbers are really surprising here are member experiences paramount they say in two thousand fifteen remember the hackers leak more than twenty five gigabytes of data from the site include names and search histories but today it reveals that more women than men use the site and that it's a one and a thirteenth i dunno he found a thirteenth to one one and a thirteenth women to one more women cheat then men and i believe that which is why they complain more about men cheating to compensate for their guilt but how did you know your significant other was cheating how long did it take you to realize that it took a call from the.
"gramercy park" Discussed on B&H Photography Podcast
"Permission gaining through the gramercy park association which we became friendly with and each one of them brings its own nuances in its own problem solving i think the beauty of it all is that because he's up there for so long people who work with us really respect i was gonna say what's the one thing that links everybody's eventual okay their approval is respect for the work expecting a print of the end or we do do that with grammercy park we did do that we made a contribution to the gravity park association so that they could auction it often raise money for the fund which worked out really well you know it each one as i say has its own nuances but i think in the end they really respect the idea that he gets up there for twenty four hours we are very very very conscious of not stepping on anybody's toes and being very thoughtful about where we are and mindful of of the people professionally yes years of years of incredible advertising work has taught us that well and i think that that's been the beauty of it you know and it was a real amish to the city when we first started the project i mean the mayor's office really took it on and understood what we were doing and we you know had the great fortune of getting permission to be up in central park at on the fountain that one also had its own nuances and problems and permission granting and that's a whole nother genre and then we did brooklyn bridge park took me two years to clear that we went i can't even tell you how many times we went down we sent a scout down we did it every which way from sunday and we ended up having a complete fluke and how we got the permission for it and once we did it and the guy who originally didn't want to give us permission because he thought we would be too intrusive within the park stephen had to have the lift underneath the bridge i was fifty feet in the air for eighteen hours and.
"gramercy park" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Blew the game wide open in the bottom of the fifth up in toronto yankees started with a win for their season opener more about that coming up in just a few minutes federal agency is a big victory in the fight against the ms thirteen gang with the arrest of two dozen suspected gang members today barbara medina is a close family friend of the cuevas family whose teenage daughter kayla was allegedly killed by gang members in front with long island we are very proud of what washington is doing homeland security said they rounded up the suspects in new york city long island hudson valley law enforcement sources telling nbc four new york that one of the suspects arrested was a student at cuevas says former high school five alleged gang members are being accused now of taking part in a six trafficking suffolk county district attorney tim seaney says many women arrested for prostitution were actually victims these girls were tortured they were starved when they did not behave they were threatened with violence when they did not do what they were told to do seaney also says the women were denied sleep and were psychologically tortured authorities say the five arrested are connected to the bloods gang and for them are facing up to twenty five years in prison i'm lisa g for seven ten w o r at least around the hunt for food printed pretended to be a good samaritan but instead robbed an elderly man of fifteen dollars in gramercy park video shows the suspect sneaking up behind the seventy year old tuesday morning on park avenue south near twenty four th street putting up his cane from his hand in the knocking him to the ground he pretends to help them up and then he steals the victims wallet out of his back pocket the latest person fired from the trump administration dr david schulkin the former head of veterans affairs is now presenting his side of the story secretary david schulkin has been on the defensive since being reprimanded for a trip to europe with his wife at cost taxpayers one hundred and twenty two thousand dollars but he's not going down without saying his piece in the new york times op at he argues that his firing was personal writing quote the environment in washington has turned so toxic chaotic disrespectful and subversive that it became impossible for me to accomplish the.
"gramercy park" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show
"The neighborhood with the highest number of men signing for adultery the the adultery site was chelsea the highest number of women signing up where in gramercy park on the flip side they neighborhoods with the most faithful where the least member number of residents registered was field filton in the bronx okay for men and sheep's head bay brooklyn for women so anyway but scary is of an interesting point about ashley madison yeah and i hate it by the way i'm not for it at all but i will tell you that a lot of people say well they're just creating this problem they're creating the issue they're not creating problems they're actually fulfilling this need for some people that has already they're already out of business so what's going maybe there's maybe if people want to screw up their relationships on their own go right ahead and do it why should someone profit from it because there's a free country it's capitalism it saying it sucks i nobody makes go oh sign sign up up they go sign up the same argument could be could be made for the cigarette industry's well they tell you right there on the pack you're gonna die we actually had a drug a drug seminar at my son's school last night and they were saying the same thing like you know they put it out there obviously people want it you know they're just there's a need for it which sucks but volumes about our relationships in what it is at santa's in they're making a profit but anyways show the point we've kind of rid off the road here is for the first time women are signing up more than men.
"gramercy park" Discussed on Crave with Charlotte Mei
"Crave with charlotte may on nine three eight now here we have jubran beydoun general manager at adrift by david myers telling us how christmas is back home in new york city i imagine christmas at home in the us is quite similar to in singapore it's about family and sharing a meal and taking a little bit of time off have a good meal an ideal hit could drink and be with your family living in new york in the restaurant business you typically aren't with your family on christmas you have to work with happens that you end up making a pseudo family every year christmas in the unit spinning with other chefs and managers and bartenders in new york you'd find every year went to the same restaurant maya lino at the gramercy park hotel this lovely tyne restaurant by danny meyer's and it was just ab spot where you would see every chef who had off every manager and share bottle of wine eat probably way too much food and kinda stumble around the city but it just came a spot where you for that moment for that day those people would probably the most important people in your life now let's talk about food what does a traditional christmas dinner would like to you for me growing up as a black american typically have a little bit nascent different traditions collard greens is an essential on every i think african american table my mom secret ingredient is crush pepper that's just a necessary component we love chitlins and macaroni and cheese my aunt raise the one in our family who makes the best mac and cheese my mom would probably kill me if i said that they for that title kind of southern soul food low country that to me is home well you know for christmas i think it's pretty typical but new years is really really important to us so in our community in in our culture having chitlins which you're actually pig intestines have a long history for my family the slaves would get whatever was left over the pig which always be the pigging tests and how are they cook take a longtime your whole house smells terrible.