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2nd Los Angeles Boy Dies After Westlake Village Crash; Woman Arrested For Vehicular Manslaughter
"Woman has been booked on vehicular manslaughter charges connected to the deaths of two boys in Westlake Village last night. The sheriff's Department says six family members were crossing the three way intersection which does not have a stop light in a marked crosswalk. When it all happened. They say the mother heard a car speeding toward them, and both parents reached out to protect two of their Children. But the two boys were too far out in the intersection and were struck the crash. A train Full Canyon road on Saddle Mountain Drive left One boy dead on the scene. A second boy was rushed to hospital where he died. Several hours later. The woman driving the car was arrested and has been identified as 57 year old Rebecca Grossman. You will need to be the daughter in law of the late Richard Grossman, founder of the Grossman Burn Centre. She's not been booked on two counts of vehicular manslaughter with bail set at $2
"grossman" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"Convicted. The injured deputy is a man and a woman were shot in the face and head while sitting in their patrol car near Metro station earlier this month. Sheriff's traffic investigators have arrested a woman in connection with a traffic accident that killed two boys in Westlake Village last night. Sheriff Stephanie Grace Medrano with headquarters bureau said detectives spent hours collecting evidence at the scene of the collision after one young boy was killed and another was taken to a local hospital, where he died several hours later. Based on the investigation, it shows that the incident or the traffic elation did occur in the Intersect. Jin of Triumphal Kenyon Road and Saddle Mountain Drive in the city of Westlake Village. Detectives aren't sure if speed or alcohol played a role in the accident. But the arrested 57 year old Rebecca Grossman, and impounded a Mercedes Benz car she was driving that had front end damage from the collision. Rossmann believed it was the daughter in law. Richard Grossman, the founder of the Grossman Burn Centre, has not been booked on two counts of vehicular manslaughter. Her bail is set at $2 million in downtown L. A. Pete Demetrius. Okay and extend 70 NewsRadio and update at the markets. The Dow up 329 the SNP up 27 a half and NASDAQ up 82. Back to Cannes X in depth and two minutes is 1 35 traffic and weather together every 10 minutes on the five Here's Tom Tran got a sigalert already issued for crash just happened or reported Moments ago, South found 605 in Washington Boulevard vehicle stuck underneath a big rig. The number three and four lanes are blocked. Sigalert typically a half hour, this one. They're already saying until further notice. The backup starts already at Whittier Boulevard. And that's only gonna get worse before it gets better. We will keep an eye on that. Let's check in with Brian Douglas, Take a look at problem. 1 10. Well, you do have slowing here. No crashes. Hopefully keep it that way South outside, you're gonna be heavy through Expo Park. So right about Exposition Boulevard stays a little slow to Slawson north outside that tends to be the heavy your side, this time of the afternoon from Florence reduced speeds up the Martin Luther King Jr Boulevard. After that, a pinch showing through downtown up to the water one. Now let's go back and take a look at the one on one. The 1 70. Scott's got Southern California Tota dealers. Hollywood Freeway Gem can. Well, just a heads up. If you're exiting the one what South out from Highland Avenue. Apparently there's a tree branch of a tree down, least partially blocking the offer Absurd there, so just use extra caution. Sewing a little south of there from Santa Monica Boulevard down four level and you do have some slowing on the 1 70 south bound, starting around Oxnard down through Burbank Boulevard due to the ongoing road work through the area. You're next. Art 1 45 more traffic reports more often. Tom Frank, a next 10 70 NewsRadio, You're listening to K necks and death. He's Mike Simpson. I'm Charles felt when the pandemic started. Sweden took a controversial approach skipped the strict economic locked down so many other countries employed, taking the position that lockdowns would only delay the inevitable spread of the virus through the population. So State mostly open for business and took some chances Now. At first, the gamble looked like it failed..
Miami-Dade Schools Set to Welcome Students Back to Classrooms
"Bells could soon be ringing in Miami Dade County Superintendent Alberto Carvalho is recommending a staggered approach to the reopening of schools beginning this month. He says pre k through first grade can return to their classrooms. September 30th. The rest of the elementary students and those in transition grades, like students going into middle school can return. October. 5th on Wednesday, October 7 We will welcome back those students ingrates, 78 11 and 12. Miami Dade will have teacher planning days on September 28th and 29th to give teachers time to prepare their classrooms. The school board is expected to vote on this plan by tonight. Wendy Grossman, NEWSRADIO 6 10 W. Y. O D, backed
The story of Trevor Lawrence's life-changing summer
"So we just discussed how Trevor Lawrence is influence has been growing this off season I taking on issues of public health and racial inequality. But last month. The very thing that gives Trevor Lawrence his enormous Megaphone College football was put in jeopardy as players in conferences. Having. These discussions about canceling the season. What role in those discussions did Trevor Lawrence play. It was a Sunday night early August enduring. Trevor. Together again. There at travers fiancee's apartment and rumours are starting to pick up steam that some of the biggest most powerful conferences in college football the Big Ten PAC twelve that they're seriously considering, postponing their fall season, and this is coming at the end of a week. When of PAC twelve players have released a statement on the Players Tribune using the Hashtag we are united. And they've threatened to out fall CAM even opt out of games unless the conference mixed their demands for fair treatment and safety regulations and less the conference addresses concerns over racial justice, and meanwhile on a nearly parallel track, you have players the cost, the country, trevor, and fluted tweeting the Hashtag. We want to wait to express their desire to keep the seasonal live. So, in the Sunday night when it feels like college ball is teetering, it's actually dairying who decides to reach out to Dylan bowls. One of the players the Pactel's we are United Movement because endearing mine Houston gain. If we all join together the players in the we are united movement and the players in the we want to play movement that would be undeniably powerful for players who don't have concrete power who don't have a real seat at the table at least not yet their collective voice with the really hard to ignore because truly. So many of these fires want the same thing they want to play football this fall, they just want to do it in a safe responsible way. Dylan Daring, trevor they get on a three way facetime called a hash all this out to make sure they're all on the same page and that very quickly evolves into a zoom call with a dozen or so some of the biggest names in college football right Justin fields chew behind nausea. Harris And matter of thirty minutes, they agree to roll out a list of demands from this new fused Mecca Movement. It was amazing. How quickly we all got on the same page put something together I feel like the majority was getting spoken for. And we were like, Hey, we WANNA play. We want it to be safe but we do to take a watt mandated and universal safety procedures for Covid nineteen and they want to form players association. And it pretty much the stroke of midnight. These players, Tweeden Unison. But it's trevor naturally whose tweet is hurt the loudest he's re tweeted some fifteen thousand times including one quote tweet from President Donald Trump, and it's just a few days later actually that someone from the White House reaches out to Amanda Lawrence Trevor Lines mom letting her know that the president would like to get in touch with trevor. So hold on. So he has the president of the United States listening to him. Now let alone all of his peers across college football. What was that conversation with Donald Trump? Like? You know I would have loved to be a fly on whatever wall in whichever room that phone call took place the president has said really that trevor just reiterated his desire to play this season but trevor for his part hasn't divulged too much about that phone call. Conversation it was good I mean we just talked about kind of the whole we talked about that. We WanNA play like how's it going? How's it looking for the season and? president trump was just saying, yeah, I think our country needs college football and. then. Some small talk. Yes. We a little bit about what was going on in my life and vice versa. So that was pretty much the conversation though trevor is twenty years old the president of the United States wanted to speak to him. That is remarkable crazy. No matter which way you cut it. So. Let's recap here Halley Grossman because since March Trevor, Lawrence Age Twenty has faced pressure to help mitigate a global pandemic fight racism save the College football season display a level of political savvy and or gamesmanship that is obviously well beyond his years. So what else can you possibly be asked to do at this point? I mean look putting your stamp of approval which he's done on a list of demands that includes creating players. Association is a big deal. That's a radical way to reimagined that amateurism model that governs. College football right now but I think what this summer has shown is that trevor doesn't plan to quiet down you just a few days ago a whole lot of guys that original zoom call we talked about reconvened because they revealing again from a police shooting of a black man again, and so in the days after Jacob, Blake was shot. Trevor and Darien and Dylan, and a whole host of others talked once again to hammer out ways to help to draw attention to the issue and hopefully bring change. Trevor Lawrence football season is starting tomorrow and if all goes according to plan. He's GonNa win the heisman before becoming the first overall pick in next year's NFL draft teams have been salivating over his talent. There have been rumors that teams might even want to tank for Trevor Lawrence this season. So the question really that is, why is he even putting himself out there like this? Why even play the season? I mean that is the question, right? We have seen plenty a high profile opt-outs this season jomar chase at Lsu. Mike Parsons at Penn State today. Oregon. These are first round top ten NFL draft guys but no one literally nobody has less to lose by not playing the twenty twenty football season than Trevor Lawrence. are in a player having a job borough like. Or I don't know an asteroid hitting the earth, his Cossacks to go number one overall are safe, and at the same time, no one has less to gain by paddling the status quo or shaking up the current system than trevor does this system works just fine for him? He is a young white man. He's a young white quarterback, and so I asked Amanda, his mother that seems washing. Why? Why do all this? I put himself out there and she said something interesting she said look. there. are players out there who do need to even if trevor doesn't and there are people out there for whom the status quo and the current system don't work even if it works for him and he understands that now probably better than he ever has and he just wants to help. That's really it know told me one of his goals for the senior only meeting because he wanted everyone to understand that unless everyone is good no one is good and trevor, his best friend took that to heart. Of the day, there's so much division in our country. Just word of some people that WanNa see people together, WanNa see people love each other and I think that's where a lot of the things I do. It stems from that just wanted to see people happy together not divided. With all this pressure now from all of these different places in our country. Landing Atop. Trevor Lawrence's shoulders. What are you personally expect from him when the season starts? Because of the ways in which Trevor Lawrence has stepped onto center stage this summer it's almost easy to forget what it is. That gives him that stage in the first place, he is extremely good at his job. Term Lawrence is an excellent quarterback. Making predictions in two, thousand, twenty, hundred, probably a fools errand. But tomorrow, there's football comes we'll pay wake forest, and if clemson continues to play if they and the ACC and the big twelve and sec are able to play a full season, don't be surprised to see Trevor Lawrence back on the national championship stage. Don't be surprised to see Trevor Lifting the national championship trophy and along the way don't be surprised to see trevor continuing to speak out and perhaps that's one of the safest predictions you can make in twenty twenty. Life to be reflection of what I say and what I believe I've been thinking about everything that's going on and I think there has been some some moments where I had to say some things because it's just the right thing to do and it's time really is just how I live my life I want it to reflect what I say. I. Would always be the same person I want to be consisted. Eliot Grossman. Thank you for jumping on stage with. US. Thank you so much for having me. Pablo.
Miami - Well-known South Florida personal injury attorney killed in murder-suicide, family said
"Florida attorney is under investigation. Hollywood. It happened just before 10 this morning when neighbours in the Oak Ridge subdivision off Sterling Road heard several gunshots in the 3200 block of South West 49th Street. Street. Hollywood Hollywood police police officer officer Christian Christian Lotte Lotte says says two two men men were were found found dead dead in in the the home home for for the the investigation investigation revealed revealed there there was was a a third third victim victim and and that that victim victim was was transported transported Memorial Memorial Regional hospital and stable but serious condition. Neighbours identified the victim as personal injury. Attorney Robert Finster shy banned his son. No word yet on a motive. Wendy Grossman, NewsRadio, 6 10
Miami high schooler charged with cyberattacks that stopped online learning
"Fine Me. Senior high busted for the cyber attacks plaguing Miami dates, remote learning system, police say. 16 year old David Oliveros reportedly confessed to eight of the 12 acts in the system. Using an online application. He's charged with computer use an attempted a fraud and interference with an educational institution. School board member Martin Karp says he wants to know if the hacks wreaked havoc on the K 12 platform. Or if that malfunctioning is a separate issue, what was the level of sophistication and what part of the total of the equations are. These acts with a significant part or just their smaller percentage of Aris is charged with the third degree felony and second degree misdemeanor. The police, FBI Secret Service and the Florida Department of Law Enforcement. Continue investigating. Wendi Grossman. NewsRadio 6 10, the Florida Department of
Boston - Congressional hopeful Becky Grossman understands challenges families face
"Let's go back to Primary day, the race in the fourth Congressional district, It is crowded in the Democratic primary seven Democrats are running to fill the seat left behind by Congressman Joe Kennedy as he faces off against the longtime incumbent Democrat, Senator Ed Markey in the Senate primary. Becky Grossman is running in that fourth congressional district. She is in the final stretch as they all are. She's in her town or she's in the city of Newton today over the Bigelow Middle School polling station Sherry Small caught up with her Democrat Becky Grossman, running in a crowded field of seven Democrats in two Republicans trying to win their party's primary for the fourth Congressional District race. Grossman has practiced law. She's a Newton City councilor, but says the job she cherishes most is being mom, too, to school age Children. That is a voice that is missing, Grossman says out of 430. Five current members of Congress only 25 are mothers of school age Children. If we had 100 or 200, Mom's in Congress, I think we could make progress on all of the issues that we care about whether it's standing up to the NRA, whether it's taking on big oil and whether it is taking on big pharma and quality, affordable child care. That's the lens through which I see the issues in Newton Sherry Small W busy Boston's news
Miami Dade College moves to distance learning in line with rest of county
"The county and begins the school year with distance learning on Ly Today, students will be remote learning until the end of September, and if the numbers remain low, they will start using a hybrid blended learning system next month. Provost, Dr Linda Radish. EOE says the college is getting $3 million from Miami Dade County to provide up skill training Dotel employees affected by the band Emmick. We have a lot of quick training options available to them with financial aid and scholarship. We even have some titans available that folks can take advantage of, she says. People can get hands on training and high demand fields like network security, Homeland security and digital marketing. Wendy Grossman,
Florida’s Pam Bondi, Jeanette Nuñez to address Republican National Convention
"Speakers for day number two of the Republican National Convention. Jeanette Nunez says she's honored to speak up and out on behalf of President Trump, She says her goal is to verbalize exactly what's at stake November 3rd. Sometimes people don't really pay attention to politics get turned off by the negativity, but I think that there's really issues about the future of this country. The future freedom, she said. She'll begin her speech by telling her story of how our parents fled Cuba in search of a better life in America. And now this became the driving force of her political career. Former Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi is also speaking today, along with first lady Melania Trump and Trump's Children, Eric and Tiffany. Wendy Grossman.
Hundreds of Charges Filed in Downtown Los Angeles Building Explosion and Fire That Injured Firefighters
"Operators operators of of several several downtown downtown L L A A buildings buildings are are now now facing facing hundreds hundreds of of criminal criminal charges charges for for alleged alleged safety safety safety safety violations. violations. It It led to a massive fire and explosion, which almost killed nearly a dozen firefighters were also now starting to hear the personal accounts of many of the men who lived through that inferno. 11 firefighters from L. A city fire station, nine were seriously burned in May, when they were fighting a fire in a building off Avoid street. An explosion sent fireballs over the ladder trucks as they try to escape that day. Her in. Soriano is one of them. He spoke with cane exit the Grossman burn Centre where he and some of the others were treated. There's fire fire at at our our feet feet and and we're we're trying trying to to obviously obviously get get down down the the ladder ladder we we became became engulfed engulfed myself myself and and the the firefighter firefighter in in front front of of me me ended ended up up getting getting stuck stuck on on the aerials with our axes because we came barreling down, Soriano said. He thought he was going to die pulled free by a couple of the gentleman that got off couple of firefighters that got off previous to us when they realized what happened. Turned around and started trying to help us down. Yeah, From there. It was just chaos. Today. He wears a bandage on his hand and leg, but he's headed back to work soon at Fire Station nine. Emily Valdez que next. 10, 70 news Radio, Los
Firefighters Injured Battling Downtown Los Angeles Blaze Share Stories Of Recovery
"The Grossman burn Centre where he and some of the others were treated. There's fire at our feet and we're trying to obviously get down the ladder we became engulfed myself and the firefighter in front of me ended up getting stuck on the aerials with our axes because we came barreling down, Soriano said. He thought he was going to die pulled free. By a couple of the gentleman that got off couple of firefighters that got off previous to us. When they realized what happened. They turned around and started trying to help us down. Yeah, From there. It was just chaos. Today. He wears a bandage on his hand and leg, but he's headed back to work soon at Fire Station. Nine. Emily Valdez que next. 10 70 news radio more than month
Hurricane evacuees from Miami-Dade and surrounding counties, would spread COVID-19 cases by the thousands, new study finds
"Expect a spike in covert 19 cases if South Florida residents are forced to flee from a hurricane this season. A study by the Union of Concerned Scientists looked at how the spread of Corona virus would be affected by millions of people fleeing Monroe, Miami Dade, Broward and Palm Beach counties. Scientists, Christie Doll says the size of the increased depends on the virus transmission rates in the county's people go to the other factor that's really important is the ability of those counties are receiving evacuees to keep those transmission rates low, even when they were The fake influx of people. A simulation using the evacuation around order during Hurricane Irma showed it would result in 61,000 New Cove in 19 cases. When did Grossman Miami,
Miami - Here's What You Should Know About Florida's Back-to-School Sales Tax Holiday
"South Florida students may not be having back to their brick and mortar schools anytime soon, but they still need school supplies, and starting today they can get him tax free. The back to school sales tax holiday runs from today until midnight Sunday, Scotch Alley, president of the Florida Retail Federation says because of remote Earning. About 63% of families are expected to buy computers and other electronics this year, up from 54% last year. They provide for up to the 1st $1000 of personal computer to be taxed renewed the tax free clothing list of items costing $60 or less this year masks which will be required winning if students return to the classroom, there are now three ways to buy tax free items in the store online or curbside. Wendi Grossman. NewsRadio, 6 10
"Welcome to film spotting, we will get to our Nolan Review Awards. Later in the show, we might have an for those awards picked out by. Then we might not. We will share our awards for favourite supporting performance and lead performance from this retrospective of the work of Christopher Nolan will also share our picks for best Nolan moment in the overall best moment or seen after we have revisited all ten of Nolan's films and that will culminate with our Christopher Nolan rankings. The definitive Christopher ranking for each of us one to ten will there be some shifting Adam Gimme a tease. Shifts definitely from the last time, I posted a Nolan ranking on letterbox. There's been some movement Yep me too one I think you'll like I don't know if you'll like it enough, but you will like it I though the World War Two movie from Christopher Nolan that we didn't know we needed dunkirk. The enemy tanks stop. Why? Why waste precious tanks when they can pick from the. Barrel. Their full hundred thousand men only speech. Your position. Josh, coming into this rewatch was that done kirk is Christopher, Nolan's best film and there's at least one longtime listener and regular commentator who agrees with you that we are culminating this overview triumphantly with the filmmakers greatest achievement Adam Grossman in Vancouver says like many of us. I've completed my Christopher Nolan Review. Biggest takeaway hoover is a really hard were dispel. Well, second takeaway. I've decided dunkirk is Nolan's career highpoint while my heart loves interstellar the most good on you Adam and I. Hugely Admire. and. The Dark Knight for what they meant to Action Cinema and Superhero movies respectively dunkirk is his masterpiece got laid down for you tenant. I just don't know how anyone could argue that the legend of dunkirk could be told any better the setup and the first eight minutes alone from the falling paper from the sky to the distress. Cry of where's the bloody air force is a wonder of a short film. In itself, the lack of dialogue works perfectly for what this movie wants to achieve with. Hans. Zimmer's relentless scored doing all the audio work that's necessary among all the chaos. There are frequent moments of grace. Kenneth. Branagh face as Commander Bolton as the cavalry arrives in the form of the civilian vessels the empathy as Peter Tells Killian Murphy's PTSD soldier. The young George will be okay and no moment more than the shot. Be Okay and no more than a shot of Tom Hardy's planes silently gliding over the beaches of dunkirk knowing his job has been done. dunkirk is also uniquely Christopher Nolan Movie One where his signature use of time has never melded together better and more cohesively than it does in the final twenty minutes of this film while Dunkirk will understandably never be a wholly enjoyable or easy rewatch. It's one that gets richer and richer with repeat viewing. Now, Adam Mention Nolan signature use of time, and that is one aspect of dunkirk among others that certainly connects to his entire body of work. But there are other aspects that Mark Dunkirk is unique. It is only film that is based on historical events, which means it is inherently rooted in the past and yet I'd argue it is only film that truly feels present tense meeting there are no. Dead parents or wives or forsaken children or other tragic events haunting the air's barrier played by Tom. Hardy the Moles Army private Tommy fiene whitehead or for the most part the sees Mr Dawson played by Mark Rylance like all Nolan protagonist there's plenty of personal sacrifices on display but no guilt no sense of futility about toning past actions just the seemingly futile need to survive the current event that they. Are Tragically experiencing here's something else that argues unique about dunkirk as we every other commentator on Dolan's work is discussed in some form or fashion for all those dead parents and wives and foresaken children. There's nothing so emotional or borderline sentimental in any of his previous films as the climax of inception and yes, mileage may vary there which led to interstellar and not only mcconaghy's crushing breakdown watching twenty three. Years Worth of miss video messages from his family but the verbalize message love is the one thing we're capable of proceeding that transcends dimensions of time and space. Maybe we should trust that even if we can't understand it, it's hard to imagine any character in previous Christopher Nolan movies saying something like that which led to Dunkirk am I crazy josh this is his most blatantly sentimental and even heart film. And if so is that what establishes Dunkirk as his best its balance of coldness the sober portrayal of the hell of war of life in the misguided choices, some men will make when facing death with warmth. In the compassionate inspiring choices some men will make to maintain a way of life. So a lot of subtleties in that question and you're onto something so you're not crazy I think I would distinguish. The word blatantly, I. Don't think this is blatantly emotional or moving, but I do think you're onto something in the fact that it is maybe his most heartwarming in where it ends up and let me kind of try to parse those. You're right as long as the Nolan Canon has convulsing McConnell. Interstellar is going to be his most blatantly emotional I mean you can't have a scene like that without registering that on it surface. That's his most emotional movie. But I will also say that I find Dunkirk to be his most emotionally affecting movie maybe even more. So than inception, which we about how I did find that very moving especially in the character of Mal. So yet dunkirk is really a unique thing even as it's working within the strands and trends that we have been tracing in Nolan's other films, I. Think the heartwarming aspect is probably a part of that. You've nailed it there in that it brings us to a place that. Is One of Constellation and I think it's earned because I think up until that point we have just been suffering alongside all of these other characters in so many ways and we've also been recognizing as the movie does that this is You know a an account of a military failure, a huge defeat and so for the movie to kind of offer, some sort of solace at the end of that I think is. In proportion and well
"grossman" Discussed on The Valleycast
"APP is being reviewed. There's a message for you. Log in, see your message, and then you like log in, and it's just read, and it's like spam. It's like your own originals. Your F- is another word for garbage and trash and things that people don't like. Also we went over your philly looked at. ps, we went over your admissions. Thesis and you are not getting into Stanford. I like my favorite thing about the truth or dare APP that you've described so far, is just you? Just secretly trying to insert dares to better people's lives and make them all more altruistic. Dare. Yes practice minimalism. Bird? For three weeks and get back and tell us about your experience. Yeah, what was it so for the charity, or they didn't want the specific name of the charity involved or like? You couldn't take people's money and give it to a sorority couldn't. No we could not Well number one. We kind of removed most of the direct references. To the charities and what they do, but We also removed covid quarantine. And all mentions of truth or dare just just to avoid it. But it was all actually for the better because it forced us to kind of re look at the APP redesign it a little bit, and I think come up with a better version that we call now. The APP which is out officially on both legal play in the APP store is called introverts and extroverts. Yeah, that ain't truth or dare Mamie up right now. You know what's the difference essentially? The pitch is that there are introvert extrovert challenges which are similar to truth or dares still has the same core mechanics of truth or dare, but kind of rebranded in a a little bit of a different way in the sense of a lot of these are kind of. Exactly what they are like. extrovert challenges we. It FOUND IT! Oh, you found it. One may I, May I read some of the reviews? Oh my God I have not looked at any of them. All Ready Review Review Absolutely. Wow, we go. Ladies and Gentlemen Valley Valley cast exclusive Elliott. Morgan reads Noah Grossman's I review on his first APP. Ever here we go puts for Wall Street. If you're looking to invest in this particular APP, the review says this is a great game. It is really cool and fun to play. Music.
"grossman" Discussed on The Valleycast
"Hello. Everybody, welcome to the valley cast today. We have a very special guest by the name of Noah Grossman Noah. Grossman everybody I know. High I Elliott Hijo hi, everyone else Joe. Applause, how are you would? How's your How's your quarantine going? You look very. You look like you're on the set of a fun nickelodeon show. So, this is one of my many projects during quarantine. Yeah painted a wall I designed painted that. Yeah, yeah, yeah, so this is teamwork so It was myself and my girlfriend we designed. It picked out the colors and stuff, and then we started painting. We're about eighty percent done. And then my mom's snuck in late at night with the paintbrushes, and finished it 'cause I guess she wanted to be a part of it, which like thank you for the health home, but that's nice. That she was doing it. That is the sweetest. That I've ever heard. That's amazing. She just worried. We're going to be able that you were going to not do it that you're just GONNA get bored. It's not. Listen, I'll admit that I took four weeks longer than I thought I. would that my part of it yeah? It looks so cool, though, did you? Did you make stencils, or did you like for our listeners know? Video. Wall looks like splattering of splatters, nickelodeon logos and all different colors, but all the colors really complimentary yet. It's like C- Amending as an enemy as CNN. As they're frequenting with each other on a background, a sea of black. It's really cool. Yeah. Essentially I just drew blobs with my girlfriend. And then as you paint the layers on top of it, you're able to shape it slowly, but surely into a better form than you started with so if you saw how it started, you'd be like. How could this ever work but yeah? It works I definitely. Have I have no idea how it how it works, but very cool. Did you do that as a as intentionally to be a background for being a guest on this podcast? Yeah I did? That's just in time that so yeah, yeah? I would do anything for you. I love how Steve was Morale Steve was kind of like our weird like all right camera angle on the last thing we filmed with Steve Noah's like the alright version of somebody just has nickelodeon conspiracy theories. That same. And there that is so fun. Like, five Jaffna turned spongebob gay like one hundred percent. Yeah, but I hate it. That's my point of view. Yeah, yeah, you hate every not have. Yeah Yeah Really bugs me thousand rest of How are things going? How's how are you holding up and all of this? House. You're twenty twenty. Twenty. Okay, so let I. Guess just a rant about myself, so please. God So. I try I guess to do little charity things when I can, because I have a friend who does like little, not little. He's a tech entrepreneur builds kind of. Ways for charities to raise money by like connecting with people who have fan bases and stuff like that will so prior uncle Joe. You might remember this I. Did the fruit face challenge back in two thousand fifteen? I remember that. Yeah, no kid hungry. Yes, that would this on my God So, we started this year. We wanted to do something in order to help homeless people people, experiencing homelessness is the correct term that I learned because I got educated on the topic which I just read that. The other day, I was like okay. That makes sense I like to. Talk about it. Talk about it to me as if I don't know what you're talking about which I. Don't and I know there's other people what you say Jan seeing homelessness because it's less of A. Yet like your description, this person like you are a person experiencing homelessness rather Gotcha. Yourself are homeless. That's my understanding, but you probably know way out one hundred percent. Well No, it's exactly that it's like both trying to not be. A rude, from the Gecko and tell someone what they are and label them because the moment that you labeled them especially when it's like someone who's labeled in class that needs support. You're always going to kind of run into. Kind of a difficult conversation always. It's also not to be patronizing from viewpoint of somebody who wants to help you know not a homeless person. I'm someone experiencing homelessness. Thank you for your help, but like I'm not. It just makes it easier, the compensation and more respectful. Never would've thought about in a million years to. Read about it was like Oh. Yeah, that makes sense because if I was experiencing homelessness. Eight for people to automatically assume that I it sounds like endpoint. It sounds like. You are yeah. That's your script or it's very hard to to overcome that description, and then there's a bunch of you know. Decide descriptors that ride with that automatically. You know. Yeah, so I totally get it because it. Anyway. The the the other term that I learned was neighbors in need. which I thought was cool, too. Because you know, there's there's a lot of different types. Of homelessness that people experience so yeah, because sometimes it is actually your neighbors that are in need, not random people. It's a total state of mind about how you're. GonNa. Look at it all, because if you go the other route, yeah, you're. You're creating an unnecessary hierarchy in the situation where you are automatically on top, and you look at things differently, but if you're looking at as a community as a whole in your, the like the the neighbors in need a assumes that you are dealing with the community, and not how we treat. homelessness a lot right now, which almost seems like a disease and something that has not wanted within the community, and then you don't think about it that way..
Officials plea for better public behavior as Miami-Dade becomes latest COVID-19 hotspot
"Continues in South Florida, where there are now 31,484 cases in Broward and 67,713 confirmed cases in Miami Dade. Multiple factors that have led to us being in the situation that we're in which is extremely grave F I u infectious disease specialist Dr Eileen Marty says There are seven Roll issues at play. First and foremost, people have let their Corona virus guards down. We're here for a plethora of reasons. Number one and getting most important is public perception of this outbreak. They have not taking it seriously enough, she says. The county also needs more contact tracers asking better questions. She would also like to see more testing with a much faster turnaround time. When did Grossman Miami a group of
Miami-Dade to shut down restaurants again as Florida's Covid-19 hospitalizations surge
"Back some re opening as Corona virus continues spiking their Carlos Jimenez signing an executive order saying effective Wednesday. Indoor dining. Jim's party venues and short term rentals will be shut down to try and stop the spread of covert 19. Commissioner Jo Martinez says the changes come as people began letting their virus guards down of the restrictions. They're tired of everything that's going on. I think that may have an effect on Miami Dade beaches air set to reopen tomorrow after the holiday. A weekend in the 10 p.m. to 6 a.m. curfew will remain in effect until further notice When D. Grossman
Broward Parents Hold Rally For Return To School Full-Time, Miami-Dade To Announce Reopening Plans Wednesday
"Returned alive classes this August are rallying outside school board headquarters this morning ahead of the board meeting. Their parents are peacefully bleeding. For the school board to re open five days a week. Jennifer Herman with the Facebook group, Broward parents for the return to school, says the kids need this type of option and normalcy after the spring shutdown is an essential business and that the Children are missing out not just academically but socially and psychologically and emotionally, she says. The five day week model is also imperative for working parents. Broward Superintendent Robert Runcie announced a 50% re opening, but a majority of parents and students surveyed favorite of full return. Miami Dade's expected to announce its reopening plan Wednesday. Wendi Grossman
"grossman" Discussed on RAGE Works Network-All Shows
"This house more people find us and here the show and I'd also like to make a quick shout out to our friends at triple fiction productions. WHO MAKES THEM GREAT? Three D. Printed Star Trek inspired products for toys and people, but you're going to hear more about them a little bit later. Now without further ado, let's up this week's guest. Computer accessory file. Affirmative. Initiating program all right, we're back welcome back to trek on told and joining me now on the other side and line. We have Julianne Grossman who you guys know as the Voice of the computer on Star Trek Scurry Julianne. How I'm great I'm great. Thanks so much matthew for having me on. Thank you for being a guest now I'd like to ask you the same question. I asked all the guests on her show so far and that would be. What is your earliest memory of Star Trek that would have to be as a very young girl My Dad was a fan of the show and he would watch captain, Kirk and do. Do Imitations of Captain Kirk and I remember hearing the music of the show I think it was on a little bit too late for me so I didn't watch too much of at the time, but I think my earliest memory is of my dad watching it so when you were a little kid watching star, Trek with your dad did little. Julianne thinks she was going to become a voiceover performer at that time. no I had no idea that this is where I would end up no idea but I'm very glad I did, but yeah no idea. So how did you go towards career path into doing voiceover work? well I got a degree in theater and was a performer but I. While I was going to college I ended up working at a gym as a manager at a gym. And I used to do the gyms on hold messages. You know, thank you for calling racquetball. World were going to be doing this health clinic, and that you know the other thing, and and a gentleman came in. And said you know an ask to. The the voice on hold was and I thought it was me and he had a company. That did on hold recordings and voicemail systems and automated attendant, which are really big. Back then and so. I actually became. A. Well one of the primary voices used on. CONCATENATION IT systems and concatenation is the process of saying you. have. One! Dollar in your account, and then you string it all together. And That's how phone banking systems. Were produced and. A lot of a lot of other automated systems using concatenation so. Think I'm still the voice on some of those outdated. Systems which which sort of lent itself to my voice that I use for discovery because I had so much experience doing those. You know automated systems back in the day Anyway one thing led to another with of this gentleman producer who sort of found me at the gym and I left the gym and We started working together and I. Started doing a lot, more corporate voiceover and then. and then it just so happened that my best friend Matthew has your same wonderful name. worked at a post production house, and he knew all a voiceover agents in town and one. One of their Christmas parties. He invited me and I got to meet. All these voiceover agents And so I met them I. I Didn't want you know wanted to capitalize on meeting. All of them so I created a demo and I and I sent it to all of them, and one of them signed me up. And that's how it all started I gotta say Julianne We just did that bank voice I I got really anxious because it pretty much sounds like the voice that my bank still uses so. You have one dollar in your account. Please no, no! Anything, but that no, so and also live about what your first professional Gig was on a TV show or film on TV, show or a film Oh boy, I have no idea. I mean the the the I I can remember. It's it's I mean I've been doing this. a long. So I don't just now. Yeah. Maybe it's just now. It's not just now but it. I used to do a lot of found alikes. And I did you know okay I'm going way back here so back in the day. When you had a film and you showed it on regular television. Are you showed it on an inflight entertainment system? You had to take out all the bad words. And replace them with Gosh Darn and Gee whiz in this kind of thing and so. The celebrities typically didn't do that, and so they would hire. It sounded like so. For the movie Bridget Jones, Diary Renee Zellweger plays. a British woman. And you know Oh bugger, this and that and this and you know and I. I for it and booked it so I. Played Renee Zellweger in the TV. Airline version of Bridget Jones diary. That was one of the early ones. that. Was the most fun I mean I can come up with other TV examples, but that was probably. An early Gig that was really fun. That sounds like it sounds like it is kind of a fun job. You'll be able to play Sony different roles in that regard and just kind of imagining what these actors actors would say when they can't curse right right, right? What do you say when you can't curse? You know I'm you call me? Josh Darn it? Exactly so let's jump ahead now and talk a little bit of about star. Trek discovery so you. He just first off. Tell us how you found out about this role, and what the addition process was like to be the voice of the computer. Wow, this is this is a very I'm going GonNa, give you an unglamorous answer I don't want to disappoint anybody but I audition almost every day my agents will send me copy. And I auditioned from home so star trek discovery was no different. I I. received a piece of copy. I did not know what it was four. I just knew that it needed to be a computer voice I auditioned from home. And And when booked it? That's that is the time that I learned that it was I. Start it I was a computer voice. Star Trek discovery I had no idea.
"grossman" Discussed on Hellbound with Halos
"In our honor to meet him and have him join us for this episode. Ladies and gentlemen give a warm welcome to our friend Lieutenant. Colonel, David Grossman. What we're. First off again, Thank you for joining us Sir Honor a privilege to talk to you. You've written many successful books. You have successful speaking engagements You're very successful man. You have many distinctions. Many otters by our country You're an army ranger like I. commented before on your back with knives and stuff like that. It just looks bad ass in a pardon, my pun but. Look at There's so much to you in so much to get into and so much we can talk to you about you know. I you know, let's start talking about like the suicide rate in how that is a coinciding with today's Society, and what you what? You know you said some nice things about me. I appreciate that. I! Don't people everything I.
Chicago Archdiocese announces plan for reopening churches amid COVID-19 stay-at-home order
"Judge diocese diocese of of Chicago Chicago has has announced announced a a plan plan to to begin begin re re opening opening parishes parishes in in the the coming coming weeks weeks a a letter letter written written by by cardinal cardinal soup soup which which outlines outlines the the plan plan which which includes includes the the governor's governor's clergy clergy and and healthcare healthcare professionals professionals and civic leaders input WGN's Courtney Grossman each parish will be required to have a certification of readiness to re open which includes a plan of action and proof of trained volunteers he's one one of of reopening reopening which which starts starts Saturday Saturday may may twenty twenty third third
"grossman" Discussed on Slick Talk: The Hospitality Podcast
"This episode. He's kind of like the Joe Rogan of a hostile industry. Right now are right. Welcome back to Slick Talk Hospital podcasts. Everybody I'm your host will slickers and today I have David Grossman from renew systems out in Chicago. S Right. We're just outside of the wonderful city. Excellent wall go ahead and introduce yourself Who are your background and what you are what you what you do currently avenue. Well we'll thank you nice to be here to all the listeners of my name is David Grossman. I company called renew systems that is been in existence since nineteen ninety one. We started out as a general cleaning company Outside of Chicago and one day came across a hotel and ever since then in our primary focus so we handle deep cleaning services so typically not the the third shift janitorial or housekeeping but rather than the periodic More intensive project-based cleaning to dress almost any need inside and even outside the hotel ranging from the carpets in the hallways drake's the furniture and the gas rose grout and swimming pool decks. Were good at restoring and polishing marble and other stone and then so many specialty needs now a tells odors and stains cooking issues a smoking issues and then we Over the years broadened our service go a number of specialty needs whether they're stains in the carpets or chandelier cleaning mattress cleaning A new services replacement of mattresses recycling mattresses so a very wide variety of services that we take care of me. Now have a thirty locations across the company Across the country and in five other countries we operate primarily as a franchise model where we have one company locations leverage a one in Chicago. So we use that to test new services and to have a real good pulse of the business and in the other offices are owned and operated by a buyer franchisees. You come to us with a wide variety of backgrounds but We think they have the right skill set and importantly personality that fits well with our culture in providing a lot of training and ongoing support. So that's what we do our preferred vendor with many of the big brands. So we take care of limited select service in in a number of the The full service properties In the Throughout our thirty offices the big brands as well as a lot of independent boutique properties too. That's awesome. I love the the fit of the cleaning services that go into stuff that obviously housekeeping and maintenance can't hit all the time has really hard especially when you try to do like stuff like that yearly or bi yearly so. I think that's pretty awesome. Because I just sends off that that relief of extra duty for the staff and so Have you been with the company since Nineteen ninety-one or what's your kind of a start with renew no I I joined in in twenty ten. There was one time a change in ownership so I came in then That the the with passes Boehner left by the founder on remained in the rest of the team and south minute that quite a bit prior to a two thousand ten I was. I spent time in management consulting and then in private equity in for many of those years. I was looking for a company that I could get involved with. A very intensive AH level ownership in operating and Was Very Selective. Took the better part of ten years in eventually found renew and then just put my head down along with our management team and we just got to work doing a lot of little things to support our franchisees and try to keep relative business. And now we've had some good success since then some of it for reasons beyond our control but I think the the teich focus has been a critical of factor in our success.
"grossman" Discussed on How I Built This
"So just a few days ago. Ken Grossman and I were supposed to be sitting side by side on stage at the Sydney Goldstein Theater in San Francisco for a live. How I built this show to hear how he built. One of the biggest craft beer companies in the country but instead that events like every other event was cancelled. But we didn't want to miss out on getting a chance to hear Ken story because too good and to inspiring to wait until we can all go out again so we asked Ken to record himself from his home just outside Chico California and by the way that's how it's going to be for a while because our staff our guests me probably many of you were all at home now and starting to adjust to this very weird new reality. I'm gonNA confess something here. I feel a little bit conflicted about doing a show that celebrates building and creating when so many businesses are in trouble now. Somebody people are worried but I also think of this show as a place of hope and possibility this is GonNa be a long challenging journey for all of us and we're going to need stories of people who can inspire us with the challenges they've overcome and the battles they've waged the odds. They've defeated to build something truly special. Sierra Nevada. Now before we even get into Ken Story. We wanted to hear from him about how things are going with managing the crisis so far and of course in one way the company is in better shape than most because lots of people are in need of a beer these days so in places where they can get it they are buying it. They're buying a lot of it. And when I spoke to Ken a few days ago he told me his production facilities are still open but he has no idea how long it might last a lot of the businesses that we depend on to sell our products are severely challenged right now and you know having this kind of financial disruption happened to tens of thousands of small family owned and run bars restaurants With the stores across the nation is going to have a huge toll on the lives of those people. The economy's in those communities so it's it's been one of the most difficult and stressful weeks in our existence I've had a lot of them over forty years. It was a lot of sleepless nights but this is sort of the pinnacle of of things for us to have to work through an and to make decisions about and yes over the course of building. Sierra Nevada beer can has had a lot of sleepless nights starting with trying to build a craft brewing company in his twenties with barely any money. When people didn't really know a craft beer was in fact when can introduce his now legendary Sierra Nevada Pale Ale to his friends in one thousand nine hundred most of them thought it was undrinkable but today his company is the third largest craft brewery in the US. After Boston. Beer Company and yelling in Canton and his family owned one hundred percent of Sierra Nevada but making money and becoming rich from beer was far from Kansas at his core. He is a beer brewer. Not a businessman totally obsessed with the process with the hops and barley in the mall to the strains of yeast and his interest in brewing and fermentation actually started when he was a kid growing up. In La's San Fernando Valley. We had a a small neighborhood group of boys Growing up through elementary school. So I met my neighbor I think it was second grade and his father was a you even back then was making home. Beer and wine and Was a Super Very progressive person for the time. He's into cooking and baking and for Manning and culinary arts as well as Being a cyclist so he was into bikes. Which later got into cycling and touring and also was a scientist? He was a meddler just in work for Rocketdyne and so he sort of had all those passions of Of Life and and I guess it really appealed to me so I was around fermenting beer from probably the age of Seven or eight or so And seeing things boiling on the stove every weekend when he would brew and his Senate. I were best buddies for many many years. I ended up moving up to Chico when he attended Chico State. What was your friends? what was it? What was his dad's name must name the cow Molar County since passed away But Calvin Molar He was this a very early adopter of of the. The science of brewing mortem brewers back in that day. You know. We're using English old sort of crude books on how to make cheap beer but not necessarily You know how to make great beer and had a had a do it at home with sort of a science based yeah so He approached from a scientific side. So here here's what I'm wondering you are in high school and I guess from from whatever you bought your first home brewing Kit Around that time Which I think a lot a lot more high school juniors today would put in in the early seventies certainly not early sixties. Early in common Did you did you WanNa make beer because you liked it and wanted to drink beer? Or what was the? What was the thinking behind buying a home Brooklyn When I was young so I couldn't buy beer and so I just wanted to experiment with making bear. That was it. Yeah and he'll today if you want to brew beer you just go on the Internet and order the hops come in pellets and you know wherever you need and then you just do. It was it. Was it a little more complicated than nineteen sixty-nine It was so there were actually some Homebrew supply stores just getting started. And you could buy beer and wine. Making supplies at that. Point pumping was still illegal but They did Nobody got arrested for providing mulder hops. But if you think back to that era there was still a bit of a carryover from prohibition brewing and so you could buy malt extract even at hardware stores and it was You know sold with a crock and packaging east and a little block of some pretty lousy hops. But there there were ingredients that were still available. During the prohibition era and no good information on how to make great beer home there was just For those people who wanted to brew Abacha Cold Brew. And how how? How early batches I mean were. They terrible terrible. You put them in a closet and your house. Where did you go? I had to hide. 'em Hide Him from my mother and Actually made a batch of wine. I which was pretty tragic. Which was out of welches cantwell just grape juice and some bacon east a can of grape juice cans anymore And then I got some all extract and and being. A bunch of me did a plastic bucket and and started bruin a little bit. How did you? How did you know you weren't making like you know Botulin Eum or anthrax or something? I guess one of the things about beer making is that Things like that don't grow in Beer. I got you okay. alcohol the P. H. Hops are all inhibitory to Toxins not that you can't make bad beer but it's pretty impossible to make beer those kind of toxins yet. All right so you. You're you know doing home brewing and and I guess when you Graduate High School in Nineteen seventy-two You decide that College is really going to be. You're saying that you you you WanNa Kinda just get out. La Move Up to northern California. And you go you end up in Chico California a small town in In the foothills of the Sierra Nevada the idea was that's where you want to to be for a while. Yeah I got a job at a bicycle shop which was a family owned business With the father and two sons working there in a pretty frictional environment the dynamic was not great and after less than a couple of months I sort of had to change your heart and say well maybe I should go to school and so I applied at the junior college to study chemistry and ended up eventually transferring to Chico state and continued to take science classes I met my girlfriend and then later wife Through a mutual friend about the same time this is. This is your wife. Katie that you met you met her at Butte Community College matter. She was going to Chico. State.
"grossman" Discussed on The Valleycast
"Valley focused funds. This whole endeavor and out we appreciate it so thank you if you don't know what gross in the game. Yeah anytime a new track plays you gotTA everytime I don't WanNa do don't make onto it. I'm not good at that. You can't. I'm not good. At Noah. Grossman is from smash fame as well. As Noah Grossman fame and early early early. Kinda like nickelodeon fame. I guess a little bit I was on I wasn't called. The show was called an interstitial packaging block which is what they call it when they want to pay you less which is essentially a half an hour show that they spread over two hours And the show was called Nick Studio. Ten people have seen it we would interrupt normal scheduling like spongebob with random. Ninety second little bits that will live gets hated you so much. They had US pretend it was like the next stage of I carly. It was like if I was pretending to be youtubers. We were pretending to be filming. The videos live from our man garage. That's from the mind of forty-seven Youtube how do we make that a TV Kanye? Let's turn it into television. How do we make it a TV? That's cool man. I didn't know you did that. Yeah it was my first time experiencing Internet hate which was cool. Yeah welcome welcome to that But then you did smash stuff with Joey over at the Joey started a little bit before me and then I really got hired before I got high. I signed the contract because you were signing on though. Oh God Joe was was the deciding factor. My manager my manager. New You by name Weirdo. Yeah when I even was being called in. They had told her that you were possibly going to take the job or that. You had taken it or something and that's low so that's some frightening weird ass cloud that I had no. It's like saying Water Cooler Shit. You hear Joe. Bread is going to sign on Shit on fire. Fire burn bright hit the track. All right here comes. Oh Yeah you feel. That moist perspire. I took my career and lit it on fire. Now the ashes the rain in the ashes draining the ashes are painting. Oh Shit I'm painting. Wouldn't I the cat? Where is the Cath? This is being a snare. Where's.
"grossman" Discussed on The Valleycast
"Not Know what you got your Walt Disney Studios. That theme song comes to us from trampled by elephants. And there's a whole thing you guys WanNa hear this. It says theme song. Listen y'all feel like an old lady who hasn't figured out the Internet but after hearing on a recent cast that there was a need for a theme song. I gave it a shot. The boys got me get me through the week with old content and new. I live four hours from where I work so I leave my husband in Kiddos every Sunday night and usually get home around nine pm on Friday in the mountains of Eastern Kentucky. Having an earful of giggles and tomfoolery means the world to me. When I'm alone I'm sick. I don't sing or play anything other than a harmonica. And even that's terrible as I can only do a few Beatles songs I mean that's more than most humans so let's actually your superhuman. That's Alan yeah so it ain't great but it reminded me of something from Dynamic Banter ages ago shoutout. Thank you for being friends and bringing us that joy The picture was taken from a hike as I was headed down the Clintons dome highest peak on the Appalachian trail. It sounds like a johm down. Check it all out if there if y'all are ever in the smokies in Tennessee. Wow shout out to you that I mean. That's some superhuman Hamanaka talent even more so what a mom. Yeah what a fricking crazy. Wow go into work. She has to go away to God is important. The family the way she needs to support the family in the APPALACHIANS. Yeah well we we shout out to you. Yeah Apple by elephants You you are an inspiration. Yeah that's amazing. I don't know why but the sad music and made me think like it was the last time she was actually trampled by a with her keyboard. Podcast finally closed her eyes for just a few dollars a day. You can help this would now. You're like thirty feet away filming. I'll just submit a couple of dollars out of my paycheck guys. Welcome to the valley cast on this edition of the P. CAST. We have none other than a good friend of ours and a lovely young boy. Noah Grossman our favorite lovely. Young favorite. Uncast you invited a lovely young boy to the PECANS. Yeah we did have it. We have a WII U N G boy on the coast but no what's up man Not Much I'm here. Your microphones green. Yes they are close enough to them. I kind of feel like I'm the radio DJ level. Because I'm in the middle. I still don't know how close I'm supposed to be. I mean you. You should get close. They're fifty touch it a lot. And sometimes I feel sorry. Sorry Jargon. Fifty eight spare. You're going to get close. They're basically like Karaoke. Mike's they're meant to their bent. They're meant will their gig. Mike's new live show Mike but they're meant to be spoken in to like this and they don't capture anything. I do that a lot. Okay so right off the bat. That's why when we do the ADS. You can barely hear the guitar. Because it's meant to just take whatever's in the things right off the top right number. One Elliott is not dead. He's just off shoot and some others with somebody else So busy boy types. Just lying around. And secondly I wanted to kick off. This episode of the Valley cast with a message from Melissa. Coast Cost C. O. S. T. There it is. She's a. This is a patron kicking it at our hundred level to your and send us a message and at this tier will do shouts for some projects that are patrons do because the help us out. We want to help them out. Yeah this one is from listen. I WanNa read this real quick and she says I realized that being creative is essential for me to feel a full and happy life. You guys showed me that I can be. I can actively be creative and silly and I might be able to find an audience for my shenanigans on this led me and my cousin. Doug to build a little podcast that we call Melissa and Doug Do Disney. Whoa ready Steve. Which is a them watching. Every Disney animated movie in Chronological Order. I will never listened to from Snow. White in nineteen thirty seven to whatever movies out in theaters. By the time we finish we begin by introducing the movie and a themed Alcoholic Beverage that accompanies it I e Snow White Russian the Golden Drinker Bell and the Cinder Rita White Russian. That's great dude. What are some other good names for drinks? He think While the Cinder Rita the Golden Drinker Bell I love the golden drinker belt. What else do we have Peter? Daniels.
Miami Beach Mayor: State Of City Is Strong & Getting Stronger
"The state of the city address delivered in Miami beach today mayor Dan Gelber says the city is strong and getting stronger touting the city's work to ease traffic congestion raise roads to avoid flooding improve school safety and give full transparency on bond projects cover wants to limit gambling expansions and make spring break safety a priority we're now implementing requirements at late night alcohol establishments retain off duty officers and are even considering rolling back last call for alcohol by a few hours he says this isn't an anything goes city and they're doing what they can to get rid of that image when the Grossman newsradio six ten W. Y.
"grossman" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Grossman WCN overnight advantage seven days was stabbed to death in an apartment on the west side it happened just before at nine o'clock in the evening in the twenty one hundred block of west Randolph no police say it appears to have grown out of a family argument the victim was stabbed several times in the chest and arms in one in the bedroom police arrested a man in his thirties who was caught not far from the apartment no names have been released trying to please while the public's help in identifying a hit and run driver take a look here this picture police say this is the man responsible for striking and injuring a pedestrian in the eighties the evening of December twenty ninth in the thirty five hundred block of Lawrence Avenue police say a black Ford or Honda civic was seen traveling eastbound on Lawrence near Drake recognize the man or the car call police police say this car was involved in a separate hit run near fifty fourth in Kedzie the afternoon of December twenty eighth driver side door was opened into traffic when a passing bicyclist a cyclist hit it and then fell to the pavement he was treated for his injuries the driver did not stop to help the black Chevy Malibu maybe missing it's left front hub cap a series of burglaries on the near north side has business owners on alert seven restaurants have been hit since December first the first burglary happened on east Ontario between lake shore drive and rush St the thief also struck a north Dearborn taking items from restaurants just blocks apart police say the suspect broke into the buildings by prying the front door open most of the crimes happened in the early morning authorities have used DNA.
"grossman" Discussed on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen
"Eighty-four epoch. Season Finale tonight but I know her Rabbit Bravo fandom has absolutely no ending. I hope say either Leslie Grossman. Hey I'm so excited that you're we're here on American horror story finale night. It's a big deal nowhere else I would rather be than in the mothership. Thank you feel good. I guess what you guys this says big. They just landed in New York City for Bravo Con. So I thought I'd let them do a little pre gaming behind my bar say either Bravo's resident mixologist from vanderbilt rules. Tom Santa Abol. You guys are so cute. I cannot handle it. Can we cuddle title all night tonight door. They were going to be here and I got emotional matching outfits. I can't handle it. Let's get started. I I have to plug this Sunday at ten. It's our biggest watch. What happens live episode? Ever there's going to be seventy six bravo liberties all on one stage in Lissa said of all Schwarzer you side for Bravo. I cannot wait. It's going to be crazy. Let's see you need to stay in town for this. I guess my invitation got it lasts inviting you right now. You have an open. Invitation has a flat out broadcasts. Nut What did you could be my plus one Melissa on tonight's episode shattered your party planners wine glasses he ever find out it. was you know he never now. You're going to get a bill when Margaret the job to into shop. At her friend's store friend. Gina dropped a bomb about Danielle's love life. Watch this to see the.
"grossman" Discussed on Medicine, We're Still Practicing
"He's my very best friend. I'm honored to turn it over to our host Dr Dr Steven Taback. Thank you. Bill honored to be here and welcome. Everybody thank you for tuning in. This is medicine. We're still practicing to sing. And I'm your host Dr Steven K back. Medicine really is an art if you look at artists. Painters sculptors what they do. Is they developed. Subtlety realty over years of pursuing perfection of their art and the same is true for the medical doctor. The more you practice the more you pursue perfection action the greater your outcomes so consequently this medicine and we are still practicing and we will continue to do so nowhere in the art of medicine. Better exemplifies FIS the art itself in the field of plastic surgery with us. Today is a world renowned reconstructive and plastic surgeon. Dr Peter Grossman. Dr Grossman is the medical director of the Grossman. Burn centers which exist all across the United States and he travels the world sharing his life saving techniques on the treatment of critically injured burn victims. What many people don't know is that? He applies his reconstructive talents to those less physically challenged by beautifying the human form and elevating the self esteem of thousands of patients Sousse seek his artistic skills in pursuit of cosmetic surgery. Dr Grossman Welcome. And thank you for joining us. Thank you see Sa- pleasure to be here with you today. So tell me what is your passion in your fields. Both burn and plastic surgery. I'm very lucky in that I enjoy what I do I will tell you that. My Passion as a burn surgeon is to be able to deliver something to patients that not every other physician can do and it's a challenging field because you're dealing with patients and family remembers who are going through such emotional turmoil and physical pain and to be in the middle of that add to be able to navigate them through this very terrible period and then lives and do it in a way that can be not just successful for them through the immediate hospitalization hospitalizations but through their follow up and have a role in their lives for a period of time. Gives me a sense of significance that I can positively acitivity affect people and I'm proud to be a part of the team of people who do that. You Know Peter I want to tell you a quick story. What you to picture a family in an airport food court and pushing along a tray of about half a dozen large boiling hot coffees? When they're beautiful? Little two year old girl reaches up to the trade because she wants to play and pulls down these hot coffee all over her that girl and her mom live in the Grossman Burn Center for about two weeks. Have Skin grafts Have a variety of procedures. And I wanted you to know that that girl is is Chelsea. Who's our photographer today? Who is my daughter and I absolutely love you and your dad for allowing her to look stunning today as she looks? Thank you well. That's because it makes me feel very emotional to to hear that I would totally surprised to hear hear that it's interesting when I met Chelsea today. You look familiar. But not from where. She was two years old but she's obviously very beautiful. Talented woman and to have had any small part in making her continued to be part of your wonderful family. That it's It it really is healthcare and medicine is about so thank you with your family. His family has done important stuff for all of us for for some time and we appreciate it very. Few people can't imagine the trauma that someone has to go through when they are severely burned. They're very few things that are as painful to go through physically as painful to go through emotionally because what you think about when you're going through this processes how am I going to get through this. How how am I going to look? How am I going to be? How could it be perceived by my family my friends my co workers? It's not only a physical physical trauma but an emotional trauma as well The bottom line is we all want to feel accepted in society and we all want to feel normal and and whether we like it or not there is a sense of social ostracism from someone who looks different because of the disfigurement so for our team and for me in particular. It's how can we utilize our tools that we learn in our education and medicine to try to get people to reach their are optimal outcomes and to do that at the team approach try to use our our medical doctors intensive EST and our surgeons and as a surgeon urgent and particularly as a plastic surgeon. My goal is to try to make sure the patients can stay with me long enough so that I can get them to feel feel good about themselves. And that's where the bridges from burn reconstruction too aesthetic surgery ultimately aesthetic surgery is. It's about making people look as good as possible because they wanna feel good about themselves. You can say this is a sense of vanity party but in reality all of us want to feel good and we wanna look good and make ourselves feel happy and and I find very little differentiation between my burn patients who want to achieve that and my cosmetic patients who want to achieve. Let's talk about the dichotomy of what you we do. Because most cosmetic surgeons out there to say this but it's known as a big money field and obviously beautifying the human form and Ri- erasing self esteem. which is very important part? I think of what she do the psychological aspects especially in our materialistic maybe some is superficial official world Certainly one can see benefit and the attributes of what you do but very few plastic reconstructive surgeons regions devote so much of their time to burn work. If you had to choose as their one side you like better than the other or is it just that this well rounds you in. You wouldn't give up either one for anything you know. This is a very good question. There is something really cool about getting your hands on somebody and having a positive effect on it. And that's why I went into surgery to begin with and I like doing that from an aesthetic standpoint and I like doing that from a reconstructive sampling but in the field of cosmetic medicine and cosmetic surgery the field is saturated. There are plastic surgeons. There are fo- plastic surgeons. There are dermatologists. There are facial Dentists so there are gynecologists who are doing 'cause medic surgery. It's very hard to stand out. If I had to be honest honest with you from an ego standpoint I feel I stand out from burn reconstructive standpoint because it's an area that not many people wanna go into it's an area that's relatively limited and I feel that I have more significance in this world because I can do burn surgery so if I look at the whole picture I probably like burns better because of that. Not because I don't enjoy doing in cosmetic surgery I just feel a little bit more significant with Burns as an intensive I certainly understand I mean went into the field because the concept of being in the position where you could potentially have such a major impact and save lives makes you feel like you were pursuing the the alternate goal that doctors were were set out to do and that is to intervene and try to save a life. Yeah I totally agree. I mean I'm so in awe of people a you in critical care air. Who can really take somebody really from from leaving this world and bring them back and how powerful effect act that has on family members that is really what all the start al going into healthcare for And sometimes the economics comics sidetrack us. And I'm not saying that's bad or good but the bottom line is when we go into healthcare. We won't go into medicine. We WanNA help people people and when you can really help somebody and help their families and and save lives. It's it's a pretty awesome experience. Also very humbling experience. Right right very humbling. I think you find out what you don't know and I think that that's a very good point and said for every person that we bring back or we we have a significant. HAASE's tive outcome for. I think all of us in our head play that scene over and over again when we didn't do as good a job as we had hoped to do perhaps there was no way in which we could have. But if you're a really good character doctor in medicine you're always thinking of how you could have done better and that place A role in your head over and over again. And I think to certain extent motivates US continue to be better and better physicians. Yeah definitely agree with you. So Steve at just for a second. What's the difference between what you do in the in the triage and critical of care moment And in your ICU. That is different than a robot will do it sometime in the near future. But it's an interesting question because I mean mean if artificial intelligence could get good enough. It's possible they could supplant human beings but I was thinking about this actually On my drive over here today and that is there is a certain subtlety that goes along with the two things. There's a certain subtlety that goes into amalgamating all the information that you're getting based based on the science based on what you've learned and what you've read and formulating that into a likelihood that your diagnosis is correct and taking it in in the context of the patient's Akron the patient's medical history the patient's wishes or is it more likely that a IBM Watson we'll get those calculations. More correct than doctor is interesting question. Because I was thinking exactly and so let's say somebody comes in and they're critically ill and they have a lung abscess. They've been smoking most of their lives. They're at the age where they're at high risk of cancer. Statistically speaking this lesion in their lung that we're seeing on cat scan is most likely a cancer but if you take it in the context of the fact that the patient is having a fever the fact that they're hypertensive consistent with something we but we deal with on a regular basis called septic shock and knowing that maybe the patient has a poor dental hygiene which lends itself to lung abscesses abscesses. I think the human element can look at this and pull it together and realize that People with bad teeth people might have an alcohol problem. They they may be aspirated and this lends itself to an abscess whereas the computer might kick this out. That this is a tumor that you need to remove when in reality what you need our antibiotics and some time time. You don't need to be aggressive so there are times when the machines may not understand what we understand.
"grossman" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
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"grossman" Discussed on The Dentalpreneur Podcast with Dr. Mark Costes
"Poor podcast. I'm your host. Dr Markazi has got an old friend on. I'm here today and I'm not gonNA pretend that we are best ease but we ran into each other several years ago and I was just reminded in our pre chat that that we have have met before and I'm a little bit of Barras that I didn't remember the meeting but today we have a great guest. His name is Dr. Jay Grossman a little bit about J. J. was accepted accepted to Nyu College of Dentistry. At the age of nineteen think about that I was Jesus. What was I doing at nineteen still playing college football and I was kind of a mess but after completing a residency in advanced education in general dentistry he joined the navy and completed a tour of duty as a lieutenant in the Dental Corps where he received National Defense Service Medal was written up by mill the military in major magazines as a poster boy for recruitment. Does nonprofit homeless not toothless. He has received letters of combination from President Obama the secretary of the navy and numerous men members of Congress since Nineteen ninety-one he started his own practice in Brentwood California and has been practicing there ever since with over thirteen thousand patients in his practice as dental expert. He has been involved in over seven hundred dental until malpractice cases. He has been published and has written about He has been written about over two hundred times. He's licensed in forty two states. He is a current professor Sir at three universities. NYU Ucla and a former professor at Western university as well as the founder of his nonprofit toothless not homeless which has is treated over sixty thousand veterans and foster children for free he received the Nyu stressor Memorial Award for his nonprofit work personally. He's got his black AH black belt and he got it at the age of forty five and lives in Malibu with his wife and three Kids Ages Twenty one to thirty welcome to the podcast Jay. Thank you mark. Thanks so much for having. Oh my gosh. This is awesome. There's so much here to dig into first of all we were talking in the pre chat a little bit about how in the world was at that you're able to get accepted to dental school at such a young age. Oh there were several pivotal moments in my in my history that I would attribute to move on. I think the first was that I worked at McDonalds in high school and there were several things that I learned about McDonald's and I don't know if I was able to necessarily early articulate that when I was fifteen but looking back what we are was I saw that they had systems in place that work very very efficiently right and I found that fascinating so of course that leads perfectly into what you do for a living which is the system is Asian of dental offices so when I first met you at one of your conferences two years ago I did not attend a conference until I complete listening four four hundred of your podcast. Oh my goodness gracious. That was my goal. I just WanNa let you know that I have listened to six hundred seventy one of your are. You probably so sick of my voice. I am so sorry yeah. Actually you know I'll I'll actually complementary mark out of all the podcasts people that are out there. I actually found your voice. Be One of the easiest ones to listen to you. We have really have a of it. It's everything from your mannerisms to to the way that you speak is is this is friendly if flows and also here humbleness in the way that you speak and I think that probably speaks to more than anything else but nevertheless I I say that to you to to to throw accolades away as I find you to be you know an influencer in in the field and certainly had some huge successes that that I'm I'm I'm I'm. I'm proud that you're in the profession. I'm glad that after twenty one attempts somebody was smart enough to say yes so thanks Jay. That means a lot man. It really does especially you know coming from somebody with your resume and your bio so yeah. Let's let's talk more about about that pivotal experience and McDonald's when you saw you know these systems. I guess I mean if this was your first job. You probably didn't know that there was a different way to run a business which is kind of unique. If you started off that way that's correct so the systems were impressing but what what what was the pivotal moments for me was the day that I got fired and and and I was I was is really struck with the unknowing of why I fired and I'll tell you the very short story back then they had a policy that wants a hamburger it was made stayed in the warming bid for only nine minutes and then they were discarded that was they are quote unquote quality control so the the deal was that if you work more than four hours of a dinner break and you take any burger out of the warming been that's ten minutes or greater because it needs to be thrown away so far that makes perfect sense right. It's not costing costing them anything so a new management a new owner comes in and he calls me over Grossman come over here and he takes a look at my tray and I have like ten big MACs on it. Now you know mark. I'm fifteen ten big and he ended up because you know it's like twenty dollars. Worth of food I go there all can eleven twelve minutes old so the next day. There's a note on the clock. The Punch clock says new food policy three dollars and fifty cent maximum and I said okay. Is that for new food or old food he goes all food I said so. What do you want us to do. If we have a meal break and Burgers were over ten minutes old and it's over three dollars and fifty cents and he says throw it away says that makes no sense so yeah. Oh my goodness which is what I said. Well actually what I said. Let me see if I get this right would rather throwaway food and feed your employees with food that you're throwing away and he goes Grossman clock out and I just got here. 'cause you're fired. Um uh-huh. Wow okay killed me. Now I can look back at it and very similar to the Times that I hear you give gratitude to all all the challenges and the obstacles you've had in your life. That's exactly what I got from. It also now not then then I was devastated right but looking at what I I said was I will never work for somebody else and I will treat my employees like gold so you know that I'm grateful now for that job. Love at McDonalds right like like that made me the kind of boss that I am right now and got me into a practice where I've been in private. Practice is for twenty eight of thirty. One years did a tour of duty in the navy and out of the twenty eight years. I have one person that's with me for twenty eight years and ten people that have been with with me for over twenty years and that McDonald's experience at caused that and as everybody's listening to this podcast noses should knows turnover over is ridiculously expensive not just financially so if you could keep your staff happy and treat them right. You'll you'll be saving money and headaches in the long run. Oh my gosh. There's so much wisdom in that. I I love that story. That McDonald's story is priceless. I kind of wish that I had a a story like that. I had my own little McDonald's on wheels as you know my roach coach and that was the first time that I realized Jay that that turnover is really expensive. I remember remember when Mercedes left. She's my first cook and then I I got a kid named Jose who is good but he wasn't Mercedes. In fact all the construction workers would come around because they love Mercedes you know Carne Asada Burritos and when she was gone I tried to get Jose to to to to duplicate it but we never really could but in that particular the case you know that was the first time I had the realization that Oh my gosh I have to treat people really really well not allow them to take advantage of me but it it is my responsibility to keep them happy. Keep them motivated and keep them productive but you know I. I learned that early on like you did. I want to switch gears just for a SEC because this is a you and I you live very closely to where I grew up and that's a Gora Agoura California. You live live in Malibu and I know from that area even back then that that is a very very populated area rian very saturated with professionals physicians attorneys. Dentists have you always had a very vibrant practice in that kind of I guess locale and if so if if so how are you able to how are you able to to stand out amongst all of the competition and I'm actually in a medical building at has about sixty offices and ninety percent of them are dentists allow. Yeah and before is a dentist. I mean every now and they they throw a shrink in there but it's it's just it's almost all dental so here's here's where I think some of the secrecy success are I believe that eat on the ultimate autumn line when it comes uh-huh to what it takes to get the patient to come into your office polite you to a your fees 'cause I'm out of network can and and on the fee for service practice so I also know him a Unicorn in that total is to have the patient experience be extraordinarily from start to finish so that's something that you've talked about endlessly on your podcast and I think that that is probably one of the most important aspects of having patients coming coming back so I recently changed the name of the practice. I took it out of mining for several reasons one. Is You know I am I going to be giving the practice away sometime in the in the near future so I didn't want it to be my name but also wanted to speak to who we are. Who we are as conser dentistry. I got that name and trademark it and you know whatever I needed to do to you. Know have that be our name and then as I was transferring to that name I made sure the staff was enrolled in making sure that who were being and so when when a patient comes in and they say wow you know three grand for crown. That's a bit of a pricey you know I go through who you know my response. which is you know if if you believe that your patient experience was extraordinary and if you believe that the quality volley the work we're doing is? I end and you like the fact that you're not being double booked me like the fact that this office has a a nonprofit associated with it that has.
"grossman" Discussed on Vox's The Weeds
"Are we should favour today for matt grossman daniel failure and it's titled mass elite divides aversion to social change and support for donald trump really broadly speaking i think the finding here will be familiar to people who know about economic anxiety quote unquote versus racism but what is interesting is that grossman thaler look at a question that is related to racial attitudes but not the same as the right which is what they call a version to change and they do a series of surveys for whatever reason they insisted on redacting the name of the serving entity so the methods section is really funny and it says things like our data come from redacted redacted but anyway tribulation is a bear so so they ask people whether they agree with with the statement our country is changing too fast undermining traditional american values and those of us on the sort of the inverse by accepting diverse cultures and lifestyles our country is steadily improving now as you would expect you're sort of aversion to change on that index is related to racial resentment it's related to thar tarian zim indexes it's related to ethnocentrism indexes but it's not identical to those things and they show a couple of things to typically one is that they show support for donald trump is correlated with sort of racism and racial resentment but it is more closely correlated with aversion to change per se than with specific racial resentment the other thing they show which is very significant is that the correlation with the version to change holds up when you look at non white people because i do think this is often goes a little bit like missing in this discussion but trump gets a little bit less than ten percent of the african american vote maybe about a quarter of the latino vote.
"grossman" Discussed on I Think You're Interesting
"My guest today is love grossman he is a writer of all stripes he's written several novels including the magicians trilogy is also a book critic offer time and has written numerous great pieces across the world uh left thank you for joining us it's going to be here i want to open in a place a i think maybe our listeners on an arm and maybe our listeners don't knows but i i pursue like extracurricular riding in addition to my writing for box and i've always like found it i've always found those things to fill fill two very different uh beasts within myself a few well so i'm wondering like as someone who has written criticism and has written fiction like how do you force how do you see those two things interacting an intersecting in your life it in in many respects i have tried to keep those uh those two beasts samper in that um you know criticism and fiction they tend to feed upon each other if i were writing or if i were working on a novel on a on a given day if i were to let the critic loose i would be probably paralyzed by the incredible contempt that the critic would show for the first draft that i was writing it's a bit like an total recall you remember how that until recall there was a guy who was like the leader of the resistance except he wasn't leader the resistance he had that weird siamese twin in his belly who would come out right to ride to give the orders i feel like that the weird siamese twin comes out to write the fiction and then kind of goes away and then the other guy wakes up and says which has happened.
"grossman" Discussed on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen
"Welcome to the bravo clubhouse for the podcast division of watch what happens live with me andy cohen hey guys it's your friend andy it's orange county housewives finale night scott shannon but door on the show it will be our first appearance since announcing her split from david door i am leslie grossman from american horror story is here she is eight massive housewives fam like legendarily so i've heard from ryan murphy billy eichner sarah paulsen everyone on ours story like you've got at leslie on she requested to beyond was shannon bedewir so that should be you know 'hope were making dreams come true every night that's all i can say we are making dreams come true i've been a little dark chocolate for the show no must be gross hearing me eating who went to a benefit tonight now bure and i'm going to do a great show god willing for you let me know what you think we'll talk about it in about a half an hour she's other show where everyone wants to murderer each other and she's on american horror story called its watchword evans i wish i had him a door and leslie gross men now oh mm evans i've i'm your host andy cohen live in the barbacoas which you women ready to get live like it owes seek noparty for my first guest this season of olshey culminated with the ultimate relationship test sharing a limit ride with kelly dot israel outside orange county shannon.