35 Burst results for "Hamilton"
459: Spanish GP Qualifying Report
"Qualifying day in spain. And it's an absolutely incredible one hundred pole position for lewis hamilton. An amazing achievement finance another pole position for mercedes. You have grabbed po at this track. Every essence twenty thirteen newest will be joined on the front row by max stopped with three hundred between them whilst battery blocked us and charlotte lock will be lining up behind on the second bar. We didn't see top three improving on their final runs with how much actually don't want at the exit with an ultimate corn by didn't matter as neither the stop an off as managed to improve that times either charlotte did manage to set personal bests in his final lap with alpine of estevan splitting ferraris. M p five and call signs behind impe six daniel. Ricardo bounced back from last weekend's qualifying finishing seven fastest beating saggio perez. Who spun at tom fatty on his last. Run and ricardo also out qualified teammate. Landau norris who came in p. nine. The top ten was rounded out with finanza alonzo and notable absence from keith rate was gasoline who despite looking quick in key. One was eliminated in q two for the first time in twenty twenty one and he will line up p twelve tamara in-between the aston martins launch. Tro and sebastian vessel antonio g. of nazi came. Mp fourteen ahead of mr saturday. George russell mp fifteen who again managed to make out key one and in doing so we saw. The elimination of yuki sonoda was quite the surprise about quite straighted team radio. Finally we had kimmy ryan. Mp seventeen ahead of schumacher nicholas fiamme nikita miles
"hamilton" Discussed on Best of The Steve Harvey Morning Show
"Award. Winning singer songwriter producer. Author anthony hamilton brand. Would you made a fool of me right there on the deep hobby on do you couldn't.
Aho, Hurricanes beat Blackhawks 5-2, Chicago eliminated
"Sebastian aho scored twice in the second period on the way to a hat trick in the hurricane's fourth straight victory five two over the Blackhawks Dougie Hamilton martini H. S. also scored while the canes were building a four nothing lead I hope capped his night by beating Patrick came to a loose puck in scoring an empty netter at eighteen forty four I'm trying to make you know every should matter and you know just they make every play make the right plays on the ice and yeah but obviously my lime it's helped me a lot this today and I'm just asking the hurricanes continue to lead the central division and overall standings by two points over Florida Chicago was dropped five straight and seven of nine to fall out of the central race on the ferry
Lewis Hamilton Wins Portuguese Grand Prix at Portimão
"Right same. Portugal and lewis hamilton has claimed his ninety seven victory off the line. Valerie manage to hold him. Stop first place position and shortly afterwards. A safety car was born out. Because of contact tacked between the author amaze of kimmy reichen antonio gop nazi this resulted in front wing damage for be reichen that ultimately led to the end of his race. The safety car restart tests maintained. First place was peer to be caught off guard and lost his position to the zaphon however not long after hamilton whenever the overtake using the irs. I'm took back second place. A man went on the hunt for his teammate. And claimed the lead on lap twenty verstappen was the foster the top three to pit switching the highest with botas pitting straight afterwards bought bought tasks was not able to bring his up to speed quickly enough amber stopping attacked and grab second place in the moss few laps with hamilton dominating in the lead what has been decided to pitch again and have a show foster slab for stopping thought he had it until lap was deleted for exceeding track limits handing the extra point to bought ass saadia paris demonstrated his time management skills once again going fifty one laps before coming in his pit. Stop but those little more time to gain in this race however he did come home. People his best result since joining red bull another Drive from mannerist bringing Five off the starting the medium tires self and went on to claim that best of the response switching to the soft did not want nearly as welfare carlos sainz though he was clearly struggling in his ferrari and ended up dropping out with the points meanwhile following the disappointment of qualifying pay sixteen. Today was a today for daniel ricarda who managed to fight his way to p.
What's Wrong with Man City?
"In the premier league manchester city once that close to winning the title after two victory against aston villa. Meanwhile spurs closing the gap on chelsea and fourth come from behind to meet some hamilton to one craig burley klinsmann native new with us craigslist dot with the city game. Okay sorry they all right sitting there not quite there swashbuckling. Best offer for ask if you don the show. That's why i was confused. So i just don byer after my wellbeing so you know the concern would be that. I think that's four games for country. The last four games the errors of shelter. johnstone's game. If you remember. I think all kicked off with the england game at wembley where he was dwelling on the ball. And you get caught and then a couple of long bulbs against leeds on the champions league game against dortmund and then you go without ball over the top today. Quick freaky deal with and then obviously had red card. So i think that would be worried that that okay koerbel cup final now because of the suspension but when it gets to the knockout games in the champions league it could be the second leg of semifinal. What does the all important stolen have played pretty much. Most of the season so that would be the concern sloppiness at the start but from not pretty much control the rest of the game after that first five minutes set it really put the hamadan
"hamilton" Discussed on Bedtime History: Inspirational Stories for Kids
"In two thousand and five surfer bethany hamilton won the national scholastic surfing association national competition fifteen-year-old bethany absolutely destroyed the competition in the explorers women's final. She accepted her award at the competition. Dinner to five hundred people who are standing and clapping for her bethany. Thank god her coach. Ben aiba for helping her win. After winning third place in the open women's surfing competition in two thousand and three the world knew it was only a matter of time until the special girl achieved nationals. Gold what they didn't know was the amazing journey that bethany would take on her way to finally winning gold bethany may lonnie. Hamilton was born on february eighth. Nineteen ninety in hawaii. She began surfing at eight and gained her first sponsorship by age. Nine bethany was home schooled from sixth grade through high school by her mother. Who was a stay at home. Mom her father worked as a server at a town cafe in october. Two thousand and three after having placed third in the open women's division earlier that year bethany is life changed forever. Bethany went for a morning surf with her best friend. Alana alana's father and her brother there. She was attacked by a shark. Lost her left arm just below the shoulder shark. Attacks don't happen very often but sometimes sharks mistake surfers for their foods. Such as seals bethany helped paddle her back to shore. Then alana's father made attorney kit out of a rash guard and wrapped it around the bottom of her arm then she was rushed to the hospital. A doctor living in a hotel nearby race to the rescue during later interviews bethany said that she felt normal when she was bitten and felt very little pain from the bite at the moment of the attack but felt it go numb on the way to the hospital. Despite what happened bethany was determined to start surfing again one month after the attack. She got back on her board. I she used a custom made board. That was longer and slightly thicker than standard and had a handle for right arm making it easier to paddle. She learned to kick more to make up for the loss of her left arm. After teaching herself to surf with one arm she returned a surfing on twenty six two thousand and three just twenty six days after the attack. She entered her first major competition on january tenth. Two thousand and four. She now uses normal. Short boards to compete. The shark bitten surfboard. That hamilton was riding during the attack as well as the bathing suit she was wearing at the time are on display at the california surf. Museum in oceanside california even though she lost her arm. Bethany has had an impressive career with numerous first place. Awards but more important than the metals is her story of overcoming such tragedy where many would have given up. Bethany story has been turned into multiple books including a few written by her. She appeared on many tv shows. Magazine articles and in two thousand and four was named the best comeback athlete and also received the courage teen choice award. The last two books written by bethany were based around the theme. of being unstoppable. One of her books is named. Be unstoppable the art of never giving up and is inspired readers to be bold enjoy life and trust god day bethany is very devout religious beliefs and is always quick to share them. There's also been a movie made called soul surfer and a documentary on netflix. Called unstoppable if you're interested in her story. I highly recommend checking them out later. Bethany married her boyfriend adam in two thousand thirteen and together. They have three sons tobias. Wesley and mica. The family still lives in hawaii where they serve and spend time together. Her kids know all about the attack but she is used this as an important lesson for them to stay. Strong bethany is always given her time and money to help others including her own foundation friends of bethany her foundation reaches out to amputees and youth encouraging them to overcome difficulties by offering hope and encouraging them to have faith within the friends of bethany foundation. There are four different programs. The first one is beautifully flawed. A retreat designed for young women ages. Fourteen to twenty five who have experienced traumatic limb loss and shine forth is a night filled with stories and inspiration overcome a free community event to gather together and share comeback stories also anchored in love a conference for girls and young women ages twelve and up a one day event designed to help girls and young women discover their true beauty purpose and worth and then the forge a men's retreat or young male amputees come and focus on faith. Fitness and healthy. Living bethany has done so many amazing things in her career as a surfer despite the adversity she's had to overcome. She's never stopped. She never gave up and she never stayed scared. She knew that she had to start surfing again right away because she wasn't going to let the attack take anything away from her. She's used her position as a professional athlete to promote living fit and healthy lifestyle and inspire other young athletes and amputees that anything was possible for them in life. If they just didn't stop everyone in life will face setbacks. But it's how he reacted these setbacks that define us. Do we stop moving. How do we remain. Unstoppable will need to be more like bethany. We need to be strong. Need to not let fear define who we are or who we can become. Thanks for listening to this episode about bethany hamilton. And be sure to tune in for a new episode next monday..
Lewis Hamilton Takes Shocking Pole Ahead of Two Red Bull Drivers
"I'm arava bravo and today. Alex cullen orcas or two sports grand prix. Editor is here to chat about today's action. Alex what an exciting session. That was louis. Bano sounded quite surprised themselves that they had secured pole position going into qualifying today. Will you expecting him to take paul. I'll be honest. no. I don't think i was. I think the surprise you could hear in beaufort voice was absolutely genuine i. They know that they're in a real close fight with boone. There's going to be very very difficult to do with dominating. The don so easily over the previous years and yet actress did have a eat. You have a bad friday. Not he's obviously with the drive shaft pizza but certainly disrupted things. Says you're peres happening. Fb one now that videos now come out. It was just an unfortunate thing where eclipse as the consequence of the fact that the teams couldn't see what was happening in the timing will tv pictures so rip was really on the back for but still has the fastest car. I don't like definitely think this is a qualifying. That red bull lost rather than mercedes one. So yeah lewis. Hamilton was brilliant. Excellent job but he himself will admit that neither of his two laps were particularly a hundred percent. Perfect is what he said he needed to being said. If you can him about listen in the press conference he says if you put the t. laps together you would have not perfect but i think we still felt both of them. There was time on the table. And you could see that. And secondly didn't improve. Both of the rebel drivers made significant errors. And actually if stopping hooks. Everything up. He's clearly on head of hamilton. I think i think it's Budget they've a tenth of a second cy another another another time rep. Who is cost themselves when they've had the fox's car
University of Cincinnati Student Dies; Cause of Death Under Investigation
"Under investigation after he allegedly received the Johnson and Johnson Cove in 19 vaccine 21 year old John fully got the vaccine and a mass vaccination side on you Cease campus, according to Fox, 19 Foley was found dead by his roommate Sunday afternoon. Hamilton County corner confirming she has been in contact with the Ohio Department of Health but is waiting on medical records in additional test results before determining the cause of death. Foley is from Columbus. And was studying to become a doctor at U. C.
‘Hamilton’ Gets Past Race by Imagining Founding Fathers With Black and Brown Faces
"I have seen hamilton live and i saw the movie and it's a predominantly black and people of color kosters actually only one white person in the production. I was king. George and is that accurate lived experience of alexander hamilton. Obviously not alexander. Hamilton was a white person who i believe owned slaves. So at a certain point. I think there's gotta be consumed by the way. Hamilton is one of the greatest things i've ever seen in my entire life. It's beautiful i cried. I highly suggest everyone watches it. And i think this this idea that everything has to be like perfect in these boxes. And like you said idris. Elba somehow wasn't authentic. Because he wasn't eating jamaican food again. I haven't seen the show I think it's more important to have Cast of diversity than the story line. And like i said i would just love to hear this woman's take on things like hamilton and bridgier ten. Which aren't obviously historically accurate. They're actors so. I actually found this kind of confusing. Let me say this very quickly actor should be able to go in and do whatever part they feel. They're they're good enough to do. You can't always live the experience your visual puts out in people's minds now you know i watch friends. I didn't see any black people on the streets. I didn't see any black friends. I mean we were there. Asian people there all. Latino people are there so you know you have to now that one of the things you might want to look for is environmentally. If people walking down the street do you see people that live in the neighborhood or would be on the street in the country. I just i feel like you. You can't say this director this this writers really slide so that didn't write him as a black my roadmaster man you know and everything that comes from that is up to the actors and the directors and the things that come from that and you. Can't you have to talk to people who are casting and people who are writing because if you ride it actors can do it
Pressure Builds Over Restrictive Voting Bills in Texas
"Prominent Texas corporations this week joined the call to protect voting rights, and that drew a verbal tirade from Governor Greg Abbott. We have American airlines, we have a TNT. We have a Dell computers away and others who have taken a position against the election law reforms we met in the state of Texas work, the C E O tzar of these companies and the leaders of these companies admitted. I had no idea what the Texas lost said, or whether Texas proposed law say before taking a position against it. They need to stay out of politics, especially when they have no clue what they're talking about. Grassroots opposition to these bills continues to grow on Thursday about 100 voting rights activists gathered outside the 18 T corporate headquarters in downtown Dallas. As Kate, You're raised. Christopher Connelly reports. It's part of a statewide campaign to pressure corporations to oppose Republican bills that would make it harder to vote. The activists want to send a message stand on the side of voting rights or be party to an ugly new chapter in Texas history. So why? No Pastor Freddie Haynes of French of West Baptist Church says Over the summer a TNT declared that black lives matter. But now the company's failing to support black people's right to vote right now. In Texas voter suppression is going on in the name of voter integrity, but all of us ain't fallen for the okey doke because we recognize It has ugly Route A TNT released a statement saying the right to vote is sacred and calling it the single best way to ensure everyone's voice is heard. It didn't mention the sweeping GOP bills, which would limit early voting band drive through voting and make it a crime to proactively send out vote by mail applications. Jane Hamilton is from the Barbara Jordan Leadership Institute. This is not a time for any corporation to sit on the sideline for Worth based American Airlines and round Rock based Dell Technologies have opposed the legislation. If the activists have their way. Morte, CSIS companies will follow suit. I'm
The Resurgence of Psychedelic Psychiatry
"I'm only here with. Npr science correspondent. john hamilton. hydro on me. So as npr's neuroscience reporter you're always reporting on the most interesting thing so what you got for us today. What i've got for you. Today is psychedelic drugs. Not literally of course. But i wanna talk about how these drugs are getting a second look as a way to treat psychiatric problems like depression anxiety substance use disorders. Even ptsd in the past decade. It's become a very hot topic. Brain sites yes. It is a very hot topic. In fact john. Our first shortwave episode was about using silla sivan as a treatment for smoking cessation. Some guy you're bringing this topic back to the podcast. What are some of the drugs will be talking about today. Lot of familiar names. You mentioned suicide side. There's also ketamine masculine. Ibew gain ecstasy even Lsd in some cases and those are all drugs that can cause hallucinations or out of body experiences. Right right and most of them are not legal right but how do they work for depression. And all those other psychiatric conditions so ketamine for example is able to help a lot of people with major depression even when nothing else works about ten years ago i was able to talk to one of the first people to take part in a clinical trial ketamine. His first name is christopher. He asked me not to use his last name. Christopher had depression that made him so aside uil and before he got ketamine he had been prescribed just about every drug out there to treat his depression he told me it started with prozac and paxil and went onto klarna pen atta van zanex ramen gabba penton byu spar depakote. They had me on for a while. That is a long list and none of those helped him either. They didn't work or the side effects. Were so bad. He had quit taking them. But christopher was lucky managed to get into one of the first studies of ketamine and now fifteen years later the fda has approved a version of ketamine for use in people like christopher.
5 indicted in series of connected slayings across Cincinnati
"Announcing today that five people, including a 14, year old boy have been indicted in connection to a serious of killings across the Cincinnati area that are linked. Four people have been killed, three others wounded over a 19 day period. 21 year old Carl Godfrey 18 28 year old Jason Gray 30 year old Mario Gordon, 49, year old Thanh and ABN it and the 14 year old all being charged with aggravated murder, murder, Felonious assault in additional charges. Not recorded in an ABN it are being held at the county Justice Center. The teen is that the juvenile detention center grave, was arrested in Mississippi and will be extradited back to Hamilton County. The string of killings happening between January 21st in February 18th in Hamilton County most happening in Cincinnati. For 2000 to cover 19
Bahrain GP: Lewis Hamilton wins opener
"Race day in bahrain. I'm what an unbelievable season opener took the win. After griffin bassil to the very last lap against smacks stephon. It was a race filled with action. Overtaking and crucial strategy. 'cause we retreated to batu throughout the failed impressive drives from the likes of landowners. I'm sergio perez. Meanwhile elsewhere the day didn't go quite to plan with. Dns finicky to mazar pin on fernando alonzo contact with guiseley which ultimately ruined his race. Another tough day for sebastian battle. He finishes the day with a ten second penalty and five penalty points on his licence.
Necas scores twice as Hurricanes top Lightning 4-3
"Martine H. as captains for poor performance by scoring with three fifty three remaining giving the hurricanes a four three win over the lightning NHS finished with two goals and two assists as Carolina pulled within one point of Tampa Bay for the central division lead on the first TV show you know you have more confidence a little more more even more time on the ice and I don't know I just feel so good Dougie Hamilton set up the game winner to extend his team record point streak for defenseman to fourteen games the ball toward to nothing until Cedric Paquette and Sebastian aho tallied in the sixty two second span early in the second Andrei vasilevskiy stopped thirty six shots for the lightning who have dropped two straight for the first time in a month I'm Dave Ferrie
Bahrain Grand Prix Qualifying: Should Mercedes be Worried?
"Of the weekend max stock has taken pole and it feels like we have a bachelor hands. What did you think of the stephens. Performance arianna was fantastic today. It really really was. I mean like. I said a few nights ago recorded our hand i've represented. I was always very pessimistic. Is very wary of the potential from his eighties to to come back out of nowhere and stunned the formula one field and maintain its advantage from the previous seasons. But yeah i mean what. What a great drive from vistaprint. The there was a slight a slight down a slight negative aspect to it. It did make a mistake in key. One damaged his car and put not seemingly not enough christie reckons that it costs about one tenth for seconds in terms of each latte did after going over the cubs and damaging his floor. I'm an by By over three tenths of a second so you know he could have been even further ahead. Bob that just shows you how good that packages and and how well see bishop in eastern. It was just a fantastic fantastic drive in and again. Sergio perez out in key to in the other red blue. I mean obviously is a new car concept for him so he's gonna take a little while but it really does again show work good job. Verstappen does yeah definitely but mercedes did look better than what we've seen previously. They seemed like they had improved. Low bet but ozzy said max zappa me was only four. Tenths ahead of lewis. Hamilton and various hamilton. Did say after. He gave everything he had so i not finding hot one qualifying session and we have a very long season ahead. Thought should mercedes be worried. Yeah i think they should be. And i think that that's already so reflected in in the comments that they're making i think by taito wolf. You will boldly more bluntly per lewis hamilton. Coming out and saying well. These changes to the floor. Rose have been done to slow us down. I mean how much straightaway in the press
Boston Bruins vs. Buffalo Sabres Highlights
"It three to that's your final 32 Bruins all the moments of the game brought to you by first jewelers. moments in your life go forth to Firth. We'll get our scoreboard check in a moment. But let's bring in Paul Hamilton, now with His thoughts here. Paul. It was there for the taking, and of really bad third period ruined it for him. Yeah, well, the Bruins were ahead for Three minutes and 50 seconds in that game. And that's it. They took the lead for the first time at the 16 10 mark. I hated the goal. I hated the place started with middle statues kind of waving it. It's Smith in the neutral zone is he went by very poor effort there. And I, you know you go into the zone Reaching and preachy Richie and creature outwork everybody. And the sabers air around. You heard Kyle Pole, So say you got five guys, basically where they're supposed to be. But by that time everybody staring at the park. Well, what What if I always talked about for how many years now Awareness And nobody has any clue that Smith jumped in there. So whether you call it bad luck, Bad bounces. Whatever you want to call it. I call it creature working hard in the crease, giving the puck out to Smith. There He is, by himself and everybody. Everybody park watching. And You know that That stuff wasn't happening in the 1st. 40 minutes. I mean, what did we talk about? At the end of the second intermission that You know you got it can't go into the third period and have the hope that Lena saw Mark's going to stand on his head. And get to the game He almost did. I mean, he faced 15 shots in the third period he gave up to go or you know that the two goals But still made 13 say's while the other kids stands at the other end, what does he have to do? He stands there and makes three saves.
COVID-19 Vaccine Embraced By Black And Latinx Americans
"A growing number of black people in the united states. Now say they do intend to get vaccinated against covid nineteen. That is a change. From a few months ago when public health officials were concerned but what they called vaccine hesitancy in those groups of people. And that's right. Scott and here's npr's science correspondent. John hamilton to talk to us more about that. Hi john hi so give us a sense of how much things have changed was sure back in december surveys. We're showing that black and hispanic. Americans were far less likely than white. Americans say they plan to get a vaccine. It's at some points. That gap was more than ten percentage points but more reason surveys including one done in the past week just that gap is closing and may have even disappeared. What were the reasons. Some members of these groups gave about their hesitation will. There were a lot of concerns about the safety of the covid nineteen vaccines. Some people worried that they'd been developed to quickly might not have been tested properly. Then there were these vaccine myths and even this information campaigns and they're spreading false ideas like getting vaccinated could affect a person's fertility or change their dna. And of course those things are true. But they're still out there. So why have those fears subsided. One reason is information. Campaigns government sources including the centers for disease control and prevention have been providing detailed information about precisely how the vaccines were tested. And how they work. Another thing is personal. Experience more than forty people in the us are now fully vaccinated so pretty much. Everyone knows someone who got the shot and is still okay. And then there have been a lot of prominent leaders in the black and latinx ex communities who are very publicly supporting vaccination. I spoke with one of them a couple of days ago. He's a doctor at the university of miami named hansel took. And here's what dr took told me. I received my covid vaccine on. Tv on the first day that it was being offered here in miami and there are many people that i know who have received the vaccine. Because they know that. I did the research and i would not recommend anything from them that i wouldn't recommend for myself or my family. Does it look like a vaccination rates among black and latino americans will eventually catch up with those of white and asian americans. It's important of course. Because of black. And latino americans have been so hard hit by this pandemic yeah i. It's not so clear. The problem is that vaccine. Hesitancy is really just one barrier to getting immunized and another big one is access. You know so far. Vaccination sites are likely to be found in areas that are more affluent less diverse in some parts of the country. It is still hard to get vaccine information in spanish. And then there's the challenge getting time off from work to get a vaccine something that can be really tough if you only get paid when you were actually on the job. Doctor took told me about yet. Another berry internet access. He said you know not. Having internet access became a problem when we all we had was testing and you had to go online to make an appointment. Here's what he said that was multiplied when we moved to using telehealth so people who didn't have access to broadband which does not even exist in many of our historically black communities in miami. They were not able to access their physicians for a year. And now of course. Many vaccinations states require you to go online to make a reservation so that seems to be changing say but there is still a long ways to go.
Wandering Madrid and talking Cost of Living in Spain
"Of all i will duck into my local cafe and get a cup of coffee. We'll see how much a cup of coffee costs. Let's sit down. And i'll run through some comparisons with cost of living in spain and other cities as around the world. I went out and opponents. Room tara potter so i got my cup of coffee. I ordered a which is a short coffee. Little splash of milk. My coffee came to the princely sum of one euro and forty cents pretty much suspended price madrid and spain in here with the social distancing measures in effect. I'm just telling you look man chalkboard to see what they thought on offer for food. The on as i think the average price of a fairly representative i would say Typical baas around the campus little on the average price seems to be eight or nine years for iraq. You on another point. Generous portions of food which can be shared between two or three people. I suppose so. We've got seven euros with bob. Problems seven plates of hamilton and kosovo seven euros of seven-year-olds snails. Got gotta call is six. We got sandwiches. Ideals were about four euros. Three hundred fifty super affordable. Some things that do surprise of which. I consider a little bit pricey i suppose is some seafood can be expensive even though spain is a nature of seafood consumers. But certainly things like Octopus for example. I can see arafura of purple. I like data which is a galaxy in style octopus fifteen-year-olds for plate octopus got up. There chip it on his which some of my favorites like frying baby cussing fish. I suppose and eleven euros for play to chop beatles lusa which are absolutely delicious. I must say if we're talking about beer and wine in our like this where i am now about growth little kanye which is about two hundred mils of beer. It's going to cost something like one. Thirteen one forty. Maybe one fifty a large science at aa probably about two years to fifty so very affordable wine around the same price for a small glass of wine fairly normal local one. I suppose it's gonna cost you between one eight hundred eighty something like that but why wanted to run through the kind of ranking of spanish cities in terms of their affordability living the cost of living. It's a question. I've been asked quite a lot in the past from listeners. Interested in moving to spain. How much things cost rents accommodation utility bills and back kind of thing and this is run through the list of cities in terms of cost of living as twenty twenty. According to my research the most expensive city in terms of cost of living is actually be bad. And that doesn't surprise me. I've heard that me. Bow son sebastian. Up in the north of spain expensive cities number two on the list so the second most expensive city in spain is cheap. Celona and again. This does not surprise me mean i suppose. Many people would imagine that madrid being capital city would be more expensive now. It seems to me rental prices and property prices between madrid and barcelona fairly similar course does tend to be a little bit more expensive in. Barcelona is your daily cost of living. The third most expensive city is of course madrid which makes sense for a capital city european capital again. I've got to say in my experience of european capital cities. Madrid has got to be up there with some of the most affordable capital cities that you could live in fourth most expensive as photographer number. Five is pulmoddai orca number six on the list surprisingly granada down and luthier the seventh. Most expensive is number. Eight is valencia. Now that's interesting series so far down the list of expensive cities because it is spain's third largest city so considering it signs an affordable city to live in number nine on the list is santa cruz veterinary on the island. The canarian island of tenor eighth number. Ten is seville number. Eleven on the list is malika a number twelve. My list is less thomas on the canary islands. Right then so. I'm going to make a little comparison. Classic sound of the someone pumping on the whole and outside the bar because there is some kind of truck which is stopped in the middle of the street. Let's hope that doesn't continue. Let's look living cost of living comparison between london and madrid for example pseudo coating to my research you would need around two thousand eight hundred sixty three pounds all three thousand three hundred and forty three euros in madrid to maintain the same standard of life that you can have which i need that would happen. Descended into some chaos and some of the guys in the bar won't stop the heads out the door to to see what's going on out there say place at half past twelve in the afternoon drinking. A cup of coffee never announces already on the wine. I met there still a little bit early for me right. Let's see if i can get this out. So the cost of living comparison between london and madrid. One trying to say is that to maintain the same standard of life that you can have in london with four thousand seven hundred you would only need two thousand eight hundred sixty three pounds to have the same standard of life
Ex-Loveland police officer indicted on rape, sexual battery charges, prosecutor says
"G'kar, A former Loveland police officer has now been indicted on several counts of rape and sexual assault Police Officer Anthony but court was indicted Monday on eight counts of rape and eight counts of sexual battery. Hamilton County Prosecutor Joe Deters making the announcement. The court is accused of raping a man while he was unconscious. The victim is said to have been intoxicated. And unable to give his consent of accord he's being held. The Hamilton County Justice Center at this time on a $1 million Bond theaters office, in a statement said they are concerned other victims up accords might be out there. They ask anyone who may have been victimized by him to contact the Hamilton County sheriff's office at 513595 74
James Bond: Goldfinger - Pre-Title Sequence Discussion
"The pre title sequence in goldfinger has set the bar for all future bond films in terms of how the pre title sequence is treated and is so prominent a part of each movie guy. Hamilton was brilliant in encapsulating. All the traits and characteristics of ban from his stealthy nece toughness blunt instrument of the government. Kind of spy. Womanizer coolness dapper nece and determination to succeed at whatever it is. He's doing all rolled up into the pre title sequence goldfinger. This is brilliant. He sounds amazing now. Golfing is considered by many to be the move that set the full relentless chance for be for many years to come. The first phone pray title was from russia with love however that will very much outlining the movie and letting us now that donald red grant wasn't assassin trying to kill james bond the goldfinger pre title sequence on the other hand as almost nothing to do with the rest of the movie. There are two small wins. The first is in the nightclub. I'm we'll talk about that later. And the second east when felix makes bond at the fund. Simple tally miami. Beach bond size on holiday might have now and would put me into the best. How telling miami beach after gratitude. Maybe that holiday was for the job title. It just isn't clear. Most people think the pre pull has nothing to do with the rest of the moment. We in agreement guys go. I think there is a little connection there. And i think we hear it in the nightclub in the pre title sequence. I think that's interesting. Because i saw an interview by richard maibaum and he actually says we thought we'd do this little mini thing in front. That had nothing to do with the movie. So it's kinda weird because they did try to seem to tie it together but as the writer said we did this just to Have some fun yeah. I think he's in miami for two reasons. One am wants him to trace the movements of goldfinger who happens to be there and to its immediately. After completing his mission we assume in central america which is not all that far from miami. So deploying double oh seven on the goldfinger mission might be believable since he was kind of in the area yes. It's true as from russia with love. The opening pre title sequence begins with a dark dimly lit scene. There's somebody walking we see these three. Large cylindrical objects. They kind of look like silos. Who hear the sound of footsteps on the stone. The camera pans back over a building. We start to hear the sound of water lapping the shore of the sounds. Yeah the sound effect. Here is brilliant. Yes it's really only second sound we hear. Is this water noise now. We know something's about to happen on the shore and we have to remember the cameras like our is. It's turning to what catches our notice or intrigues us. So the cameras leading us somewhere. Yeah yeah l. Of the details a small fishing boat perhaps is in the left foreground. Looks like a little fishing boat as the light bays or white structure in the background and perhaps a distant palm tree it looks like against the night sky the touches of warp with some lights that iran break the darkness a chocolate a couple of exterior structure lights just breaks the monotony of the darkness of the scene. So all of this is just beautiful in terms of a picture of what's happening as any greek pre title sequence should do it makes us wonder. Where are we who is there. What is about to happen. The music also is suspenseful other music greed in here because it's kind of suspenseful and then all of a sudden the score changes to these horns so it's kind of jarring. And we see the siegel swimming on top of the water. We have the great water sound effects in this. Short bursts of horns are learning that. Something's going to happen in a second. We know why we see that. The seagull is attached to bonds headgear of his dry suit as he cautiously looks around here moves the headgear and tosses it into the water. A nice splash again. Great sound effects and you see the splash in get is probably not a good idea. Because it's a pretty big splash buddies trying to be clandestine. So what do you guys. Think of this siegel thing it's bond. I mean it's cute. Thank you what do you think of that much of the skies. Someone would have be watching that. Second he said amusing disgracing Will be speaking later on a bit. More about baxter yet start of things. Start to the formula spouse. We say okay we say james bond approach approaches seething. The vote using fight anymore accident coins. This concept gets us twice more in the future. In james bond babies so these prey title has impact. Not only on many pre-title secrecy to comb. Won't on the mind body of gunman these in the gym. I thirty two saline octopussy. Where james bond roger roger. These time approaches the palace in a fight alligator or a crocodile thinking a crocodile. He uses it again. His voter a meets kid when he finds. Vj was killed. We have all seen the crocodile submarine at the now closed. Bond motioning experience. It was very cool. Indeed it'll be nice if they reopened that exist that
"hamilton" Discussed on The Bible Binge
"As this we're kind of living on the same stage in a sense where. All the things that we don't want to do or that are not doing the things that we want to do and and we kind of they infect ourselves. Right. We justify our actions and behaviors and inner monologues and outward actions so that they are right and noble and true and good and still chosen. So I wanNA take that threat and I WANNA move it over here and I wanNA talk about one of the preeminent examples of being chosen in scripture, and that is King, David and how Alexander Hamilton in America. They all kind of huddle up together to kind of clarify one. Another Alexander Hamilton is King David type as the chosen ones. King David Alexander Hamilton. They were both from humble beginnings. You know, David he was the youngest member of family. He has this kind of fascinating origin story where he just a simple shepard and he kills Goliath and Alexander Hamilton is this immigrant with no connections and he kind of works his way up through the. Ranks, they're both thrust into leadership under the tutelage of powerful men. You know saw King Saul for David. George Washington for Hamilton they both have a falling out with these men fun fact while the show has George Washington relieving Hamilton of his duty after the duel with Charles Lee in reality. Hamilton resigned because George Washington got salty with him for making him. Wait after he delivered a letter but women definitely shouldn't run things because they're super regional. King David and Alexander Hamilton were some of the most prolific writers of their time they used riding is communication and therapy and to share new ideas. Fun Fact, Alexander Hamilton as we know wrote in addition to. The bathroom graffiti disguised as erotic poetry. He wrote fifty one of the eighty five essays that make up the federalist papers about sixty percent of the federalist papers while King David. We don't know if he wrote any erotic poetry that was saved for his son he's the author of seventy, five of the one hundred and fifty psalms about fifty percent. So yeah, they will wrote a lot both had intimate relationships with men that have been scrutinized something more romantic King David had Jonathan Alexander Hamilton had his friendship with John Lawrence? Fun. Fact when Hamilton son John Church was helping his mother edit all of. Alexander's letters he redacted part of a letter that Hamilton had written to laurens noting in the margins. I must not publish the whole of this earlier in that same letter Alexander wrote that Lawrence had stolen into his affections without his consent juicy, the deaths of Jonathan and Lawrence radically changed the way David and Hamilton lived their lives. Of course, there are lots of parallels between David's rape a bath. Sheba ben fact if you're looking for a breakdown as to why we refer to this as David's rape about Sheba, rather than his adultery, we expand on this episode four of season three at the Popovich. David's rape about. Sheba Hamilton's affair which has consensual as far as history states and definitely consensual within the show with Mariah Reynolds. Of course like David Alexander paid a massive price for the sin in a sense both men had sons who died as direct or indirect consequences of these actions but the aftermath for both of these men kind of ultimately lead to a spiritual renewal for them at their deaths they both invoked the name of God though. In very different manners, Hamilton said I'm a center..
"hamilton" Discussed on The Bible Binge
"She dedicated her life to his work after he died and that's just something we're going to have to ask Elisa about in the heavenly starbucks one day fun fact I, did find it interesting that according to his letters elisas nephew mentioned that James Monroe who? Was Our fifth president and also he was the actual person who released the receipts to James Reynolds, which kind of created the firestorm the birthday reynolds pamphlet. He attempted a later in allies life to come and apologize to her and she like would not let him in the house she like made him stay in the parlour like didn't even offer him a seat. She declined to accept his apology and Monroe left his house with his tail between his legs. Her nephew said no lapse of time. No nearness to the grape makes difference which is good news because even the woman who established an orphanage as an owner to her cheating, husband could still be petty I respected. This is why I think that the faith of Elisa informed. So much of WHO Hamilton was, it's not out of the realm of possibility that the forgiveness she showed him changed his actual life and helped him to focus on a deeper understanding a more meaningful connection with God in the years before his death. I think allies Hamilton's faith is such an important part of Hamilton's life. She is the secret protagonist of Hamilton and I think Lynn Hat tips this pillar of Hamilton's faith by naming his musical not Alexander Hamilton but simply Hamilton..
"hamilton" Discussed on The Bible Binge
"Guess I'm not positive. You can really say that a guy who dies it a dual is mellow but you know whatever a lot of this is do from the fallout of the Reynolds pamphlet. If you haven't seen Hamilton the reynolds pamphlet as the sort of Public Confession Alexander, Hamilton wanted to clear his name from being accused of illegal financial speculation But in doing that, he also had to confess to having an affair and it was sort of America's very first political sex. Scandal and in addition it just personally really hurt his family. It is a roundabout way. The reason why his son was killed in a duel later after his son was killed in a duel, his eldest daughter began suffering from depression and mental illness and it was all kind of tied into that and I think personally politically professionally there was a hurricane if you will surrounding him constantly and we see in his writings that religion and faith really became a comfort to him during this time fun fact after the rentals pamphlet became public the other woman Mariah Reynolds. In the pamphlet was GONNA file for divorce from her husband her lawyer was one Aaron Bursar. We see this kind of mellowing this sort of removal from society in the song. It's quiet uptown where the fake Hamilton's disengage from society in order to grieve. But it also reflects real life they lived in a thirty two acre estate in Upper Manhattan for two years and then one morning. Alexander Hamilton woke up early wrote Elisa, a letter and walked out the door to a duel with Aaron Burr and even on his deathbed Hamilton is still wrestling with questions. Of Faith, he was denied holy communion by the Episcopal Bishop of New York because taking part in a duel was sinful and also because Hamilton wasn't an official member of the Episcopal Church which I don't love this that. Bishop. Benjamin. Moore Fun fact no relation to Benjamin Moore Paint Company Trust to me I I looked. But I just that is the kind of dedication to research. You'll get here at faith adjacent. Benjamin Moore was later persuaded by some of Hamilton's friends to reconsider and once Hamilton assured more that he had repented. He was given communion on his deathbed. But I WANNA go back. Okay. I want to go back to that letter that he wrote Elisa because if for me if anyone's faith informed this musical, it's got to be Elisa Hamilton's. So in the letter Alexander wrote that he humbly hoped as he terminated his earthly career sounds like he knew he was going to die the he would begin a happy immortality. I'm he acknowledges elisas very robust faith that we're going to impact in just a second in the closing he says the constellations of religion. My beloved can alone support you and these you have a right to enjoy fly to the bosom of your God and be comforted. Alexander Hamilton had a front row seat to the faith of Elizabeth. Schuyler throughout the first part of her life and he was a direct beneficiary of that faith and we have excellent documentation about the way her faith informed the latter part of it. You know before Alexander Hamilton Death Elisa suffered from miscarriages family illnesses the death of her children. Her eldest daughter suffered from mental illness..
"hamilton" Discussed on The Bible Binge
"Okay let's jump into our very first section spiritual decoding. We have three sections to the show spiritual decoder ring, the red thread board, and the mail bag, and I'm GonNa tell you more about those others as we go. But let me just speak really quickly to spiritual decoder ring when art or culture is not obviously or inherently religious we need to use a kind of specific faith-based Lens by which to Buick, extracting theology and faith from an otherwise secular taxed. If we place our Spiritual Dakota ring on Hamilton, what do we? See where do we see God in Hamilton and let me just map out kind of where we're going to go. We're going to look at why Hamilton is even worthy of being viewed through a spiritual lens why the creator of Hamilton Lin-manuel Miranda's state is important to the musical we're going to look at the real Alexander Hamilton faith journey drink how it helped to form his character and the character of newborn baby America and I'm GonNa make the case that the faith of Eliza Hamilton is actual.
"hamilton" Discussed on Rolling Stone Music Now
"And these are the points that he felt could fit into the two and a half hour musical without kind of branching off in a way that would make the story feel unfocused in terms of what the central theme was trying to highlight and illuminate. That's not to say that the show. A completely different story, and a completely different direction, and have focused more on you know the fact that these founding fathers were slaveholders or focus more on the abolitionist movement, within that could have been a very well constructed and found out musical, and that's not the one that this one was, and another creator could absolutely make that the focal point of something that they want to right. It's all about the choices as storage all that what you want to tell at that time and then one thing that Andy. Choreographer said so well. Is that one of the things that the show talks about that? You know the creation of country is a messy thing, and we don't always have the answers at the time, but just even talking about it, just even addressing the fact that we don't have the answers. It's just getting. The conversation started like that is also a way to something to highlight it and to bring up. Because yeah, you know there are like blips of moments where it. Save holder thing is mentioned within our show, but it's not the focal point yet. Just at least bringing it up there and make a topic of conversation is something that could be a then looked at it, and it scrutinized and taken apart and discussed and wants heard digs talk about and also Christian, talked about trying to come to terms with the fact that they're playing these characters that worst they've holders, and what does out me and like. How did they grapple with that? As being African American men about trying to play these people that owned people? Which is you know? It's a Bob was a mind and debuted said. Yes Thomas Jefferson was an amazing writer and he was also a piece of shit. Both things can be true, and what do you? What do you do with that like? How does that what what kind of conflict does that create? As you devote the character you know what does that mean and I think it actually. It just brings a really. Conversation in a way that is worth talking about. There's ways in which arguably this show is really a fantasy about the founding fathers or even fantastic about the founding fathers. I don't know if that's a perspective. Remember hearing early on what had hurt is it's interesting you know some people. have been criticizing our musical and saying it makes Hamilton a hero, but what's interesting. Is that like? Lynn joking about he's a hero. Like whatever you watching in our so hamsters narcissistic. He's like a bull headed completely. Demolishes at the marriage with his wife by having an affair and writing about it. You know he's deeply deeply flawed so I feel like. Yes, maybe our musical celebrates his creations and all that stuff, but. The word Hero. Definitely a lot of stuff that he did that is all amazing, but there's a lot of and there's a lot of ways in which he went about it that we're like well. You know there's probably a kinder more nicer way to go about doing the things that you're redoing, but you know that that is who he was and. There are times that we choose to present the worst of him, and there are times that we choose to porn out the amazing stuff that he did as well so again both things can be true. You ended up learning a lot from the live bands that people like Jay Z and beyond say right. That was an influence on how you approach the arrangements. Yeah, especially like when you see them. Perform on whether it was Jay, Z, and plugged or seeing live performances, or beyond say, or even for me like I still remember hearing. Prince on Saturday night. Live and being like, oh. My God that. That sounds like a record so well produced like when you hear you know quote. Unquote contemporary music sounding that clean played by live band like my eyes widen in my ears. Perk up, so that was definitely something. I was hoping to try to emulate in the show, and then the fact that the roots came in and helped with the cast album. Did you then ever take anything that you? The show obviously already deep into production, but did that work with them on the album ever filter back into what the live show was. Did anything change based on what she learned from them? that's interesting. Was this. Their contribution to the album was so monumental for us, because they gave his permission treat our cast album, and go further in the direction of having it sound like a hip hop record, and really like bring out the boom bap, really like focusing on the Johns and taking chances with distortion on drum sounds and a delay on vocal sounds like they. They kind of in a way like made us think outside the box and what the record could sound like in terms of going backwards and applying it to show that it was a little hard, because by then the show was set and frozen and quote unquote, so it becomes harder to apply that kind of stuff, but you know I would like to think that. You know what they brought to the record or something I carry with me and different. Try to keep in mind for any other records I work on in the future in terms of like how to be unfettered. And how'd you allow yourself to think big and those way so I really credit them for that but. I think the live show and the record was after the same thing in terms of trying to get some low end into the spectrum and try to really like enjoy that the the drum percussion of the show lead into the electronic elements when we want to lean into the acoustic elements when we want to highlight that so yeah Hamilton to me. Here's a good hybrid of so many things and yeah. I love the fact that we. Just dabble in all of that, and and that becomes the framework of our show and score, and finally. What were you supposed to be working right now? And what are you working on right now? Because you know as with everyone, but perhaps in some ways more than everyone you're the what you do for. A living has been terribly disrupted by this panic while the fortunate thing. Is that some of the stuff that I've been working out I've still been able to work on here at home. For example, the finishing touches for the film was something that I was able to do from. The finishing touches for the in the heights movie is something that is still very much going and yeah. The shooting schedule for the film tick tick boom had to be halted, so we're now trying to figure out when we get that back in gear, but yeah, there's definitely a little bit of a feeling of pause at the moment, and we'll see when things get the green light to go ahead and proceed as be as we had because you know as far as like you know you see even now like there's this need to create. There's this need to get out there and do something and to collaborate into community to to be together and you see that happening. happening, even during the pandemic right, we're still finding ways to communicate right united still finding a way to get on zoom and had this chat, you know we still crave that connection, and still long for that ability to to make something out of what we happened to generate and to create, and and you know that that fire is still burning was to finding ways to make that happen in that that is a true to mark the resilience of the Human Spirit for sure will thank you very much for joining us today Brian. Thank you so much for having me man as you know I'm a huge rolling stone and Nerd so I'm honored that you ask thank you. Ono's my pleasure,.
"hamilton" Discussed on Rolling Stone Music Now
"What's amazing is that a lot of that was taken from the book Ron Chernow's amazing fee ends with Elisa, and it talked about how she outlived him and the things that she did in her life, and after after Alexander Hamilton was gone and. That song came very very late in one of our workshop processes and I think the first time we presented the entire musical, act, one and act two as reading I think Lynch finished that finale. Probably if I'm not mistaken, it might have been the day of the final reading the day that we were having an audience or might have been the day before i. don't remember, but I all I know. Is that Lynn. wrote it like overnight basically, and we had to present it really soon after, but lind had told us that in the writing of it every time he wrote about something a main that allies it did like he would just burst into tears, just writing it at home and. Because, it was amazing what she did with her life and again that theme about time. And what do we do with it? What what are we here on this earth to do? And and what are we gonNA, make and what what's our legacy going to be and you know that orphanage all that stuff is true. All the stuff that is mentioned is amazing and I love that you know as you hear Liza list all these things that has his kind of Keep going right. It's like an I did this and did that and I also this this other thing, and then it gets to like you said that tearjerker mom, where she just kind of everything just pauses for a moment, and because of that pause, because silence, what follows next has even more weight than all the things that led up to it, and she mentioned the orphanage and yeah. Yeah I'm in the tears flow because you think about what that means. Right in what parenting means right, what caring for someone means what must mean to care for someone that had been abandoned, forgotten or left to their own devices? You know much like Alexander was when he had to come to the United States to to make a name for himself. In that way, there's something so. Beautiful about that, and you know moving on with the lyric when she says in their eyes I is Icu Alexander I. See you every time like it's so beautiful and I remember seeing the staging for that once it was done and just being so moved, and it felt like such A. Powerful way to end the musical and yeah. It's something I'm really proud of and I'm proud of you Australians of Eddie arrangement of it there. It just felt like everybody was really coming together to create and and to come up with this really beautiful and moving finished product you. Can End our evening and to celebrate the people that we were. Chicken about what musical moments still stand up the absolute most little things that people might notice only subconsciously if there's a couple things that you're proud of what the two of you did. That might be really tricky that maybe no one realizes how tricky. Wow well. I can think of a couple of things. I mean the -sarily tricky. What thing that I, always think is kind of fun. Is in right hand? Man, so let me preface this for saying that to me. Some of the characters in the show are represented by certain instruments like you know I find that. You know I i. use the cello a lot to signify things for there are times at the harp appears a lot when Anjelica is mentioned, but to me the role, the actual character Alexander Hamilton to me feels like rhythm, and it feels like pulse and drums and syncopation, and and there's something really. To me. Hamilton is drums and. If. You're listening right hand, man. There's a moment where burke comes into talk to George Washington and all you hear. Is this out of the strings playing this kind of? Very simple figure underneath, and there's no drums happening at all, and that's because. The. Boroughs talking and tried to make his case to Hamilton to George Washington. Sorry, but as soon as Hamilton enters the room, the drums enter, and all of a sudden this foundation to what happened to the same because Hamilton possesses that Acre that bird is not, and that's the second, a cool little like ISM that better through in there that I thought was kind of fun. A Little Easter eggs like for example when in the finale when? We're Djelic appears you hear her heart. You hear her to hear her central figure. They Buddha ETA, which is her central Motif? So you hear that there's period instruments that occur throughout like when you hear, it's quite town to hear the out of a hammered Dulcimer, which is a popular instrument. At the time there's a moment in the song winters ball where the music has the feeling of hot, which is a popular dance style of that era so i. i tip the tip the hat to that musical framework. Yeah, there's some ideas. Come to mind just like little kind of. Things that are more like you know for for nerdy arranger composer type. You know even if I'm telling you these things. I'm like pushing up the imaginary glasses up on on the vision, my nose. This is arguably a bit outside of your purview, but you were involved since the beginning. Lyn recently acknowledged the validity of a certain vein of critique in discussion, which is an obvious point that the protagonist. Of the show, these characters in real life, many of them were slaveholders and or supporters of slavery. And, then the trickiness of casting black or otherwise non white actors in those roles. In all the complications good bad that come with achieving that twist. Lynn briefly said that he accepts that criticism. And said he was trying to compress very complicated lives into the length of a Broadway show, but I was curious what you recall of the contemporaneous discussions of this issue, and what was said at the time obviously. The issue slavery is mentioned within the show. It's grapple with to a certain extent within the show, but it's not at the center of the narrative so. What would you say about that? A. Couple of things come to mind and for this I'll kind of draw on quotes that a lot of our team have said that really resonate with me and as you mentioned. Yes, you know when you're creating a story. You have to have a point of view you have to decide. What is the the lane that you want to stay in? What's What's your focus? What's your? Direction within what you're trying to say and yet lynn as he said he was trying to tell the story of Hamilton..
"hamilton" Discussed on Rolling Stone Music Now
"And it took him a long time because he admitted that he knew that this introduction to Alexander Hamilton. You know the first time we were going to hear him speak in this piece. The wraps had to be so good, and they had to be so much provider and Lin said this needed to be the best rap song I've ever written like. He just knew that it had possessed that charge that was worthy of the man that he was writing about and Tommy. Kill saw Lynn Four my shot at an event in new. York and ars Nova Theater and basically said the land is listen. This is amazing like Tommy saw the reaction that I got from the crowd Tommy heard the power within that song and said Lynn. If you're only writing a song a year like we're going to. To be fifty by the time you've finished this, so let's get going so basically. It was conversation between Tommy Lynn about what it wanted to be Tommy then read the biography, and then they started to talk about what other the flagpole moments within the show where the events that we lived up to what are the things that musical is? What's the shape of the show? So the architecture of that is really linen, Tommy and their conversations and I commend once Lynn's song written once the compositions are there and once I can contribute ideas and smick suggestions, but yeah, truly the formation of the story and the. Key moments that comes from conversations with Tommy's director. Did you hear interim versions of my shot along the way I, didn't I feel like the first I heard? My shot was when it was a fully formed. And Lynn is very generous with the work that he creates like when he writes something, usually he'll send demos. Algiers friends right away and say hey, check this out. This is like. The feeling of being a proud parrot right back. He creates this piece and he wants to share it with people. So you know it's funny. I should go back in my emails to see if I have an email of my shopping around somewhere. That would be fun to dig up. How much changed between the version on the demo and what? We ended up hearing? Yeah, you know it's fun to trace the process. It goes through because again. One of the things I love so much about theater is the way a piece of volve and the changes that goes through, and how it eventually winds up getting distilled and changes happen, and it gets better and more focused and tighter so. So the first version that I got a chance to perform was at an event that we did at Jazz at Lincoln Center in the Allen Room in January of twenty twelve, and at that time my shot had a big big rap from Hercules mulligan inside of it that you know winds up in present day wind up getting cut from my shot in place in Yorktown instead, and in terms of the arrangement of it. What changed I think it became more for me about okay. How does this song that exists in a computer gets translated to a live band and that was for me about okay. Let's say drums do this. Let's say that the baseline should be that. It's taking. What Lynn suggested in his demo and making a slight adjustments whether they're about hope, maybe stop them. Have the band laid down a little low here to highlight the vocal? Maybe ban stops completely here to feature the vocal. Musical suggestions about what the instruments could play to make. It feel like a something that highlights the story at times like for example, there's this one part where in Hercules mulligans rap where he would. I'm trying to remember what it was a very kind of long threaded one of these crazy like long Busta rhymes routes where there's no breathtaking for like you know eight sixteen bars, or so, but within that I remember being inspired by the fact that it felt like it had a big bill to it, and because of that I suggested this baseline, the also built so instead of John's is kind of grooving. Want to get difficult. I suggested the baseline could actually be something I. Don't do, don't don't don't don't don't don't don't down. The Johnson said just go pump bunkum from from. This big gradual growth to it's like basically it's like going up around the coaster like climbing climate climate until you achieve the release, so the kinds of ideas ranger that I tried to throw away and so ideas like that that I threw in in two thousand twelve, thankfully make it into the finished product that baseline wind up being the baseline that you hear when Hamilton says I know the action industry exciting etcetera etcetera, so you know that's just one example of an idea that that gets thrown in stays, another one is. That chant the rise up when you live in new rise up that happen far into the process of the show that happened I think about a year before we went onto the public when we went to off Broadway, so that came out of an idea of like. Hey, we need to hear from people other than Hamilton. We need to hear how the thought of Revolution is affecting other people. We need other characters to speak at the so inspired by what Hamilton is saying that they join his and revolution occurs because you know. Know, a greater massive people yearn for Change, etc, so it's all driven by story. It's all driven by emotion within the music. So yeah, I mean I had a general thought. It's funny. Feeling that the Monroe might not agree as much as possible. You might agree but I feel like when these songs get filtered through your sensibility, and when they get a ranch for a live band, and then in the verses that we end up hearing I feel like it ends up being more in a sort of rap rock vein ultimately then. Obviously in band musical theater that goes nothing, but then sort of pure hip hop thing if I had to categorize what I really hear when I hear my shot and to me, that's not an insult, because obviously rap rap includes. Machine a million, but that's kind of the idiom that I ended up hearing. It in does that. What do you make of that idea? Well a couple of things the first into comes to mind is that for us and I i. mean myself our creative team. You know the live element is something that's so important to us, and you know there is a world where Hamilton could have been completely like Dj right and everything is tracked, and everything is running off able to, and these are all loops at reprogram and P- redone. And have been very interesting and exciting way to present the story, but I love live music and I love the that that is one of the things that theater celebrates is musicians playing live and getting together to create music so I was way more interested in. Having loops and track stuff be a part of the fabric of the ban. Rather than have it be the central thing that binds it together. If you know what I mean, so, I suppose if you're picking up on rock sensibilities, it's probably the fact that it's you know pop rhythm section playing these songs like we have electric Bass Playing Electric Guitar. We have acoustic drums, but they're also playing with synth John's right. There's Times that we hear loops playing as well. We hear like electronic keyboard sounds at are more hip in the. In the typical quote, unquote musical theater idiom, so there's probably of that that you picking up on and. I'm also a true like Classic Rock Diehard Fan, and my influences run deep in that world as well so I can't help but think that there's a natural part of my DNA that no matter how hard I try, like always hear a little bit of Zeppelin. You'll always hear a little bit of rush. What did create and when I write, so I think that might be what sticks out to us I think it comes from whatever kind of routes we have within our writing plus the live band element. Tell me about the demos, and what the challenges and pleasures were of translating them into. Something that. Of both orchestrating them, because you kind of expanding on the harmonies you're putting in parts aren't there, but also translating because I think there's other Broadway composers who work in a much more traditional way, but I think one of the things that's really interesting I is Lynn works more like a sort of more modern way using computer assistance and using your assistance and your human assistance to to bring it to life so six point how that works and what's interesting about it? Yeah, so what love is Lynn has an ability to create demos that to me are so crystal clear in terms of what he wants to. The songs sound like, and he's also very open about that. You can go to wells. Wells soundcloud, and he posts demos of stuff that he's written along the way, and that that's actually a great way for anyone who's interested in the arranging orchestra process to see how gets from point A to B, because those demos are receive, and then it becomes my job to take demo, and to realize okay..
"hamilton" Discussed on The Nix
"Put. The subtitles on because I'm GRANDPA. And really sort of pay attention. I'm watching it again with them yet was no I don't watch it again with those subtitles because. I was with people who knew the show so well that I know I missed so much as as much as. Being with those people who knew it so well, and who were singing along with every line may heightened my like excitement and my appreciation and my moment of Oh I'm sharing this with you but I know I missed so much that I'd like to see again. And so I'll go back and watch it for that for sure. Definitely for sure. I feel like we should talk a little bit about the sort of the new you know. Reconsideration of Hamilton I think post black lives matter. Post everything we've been through in the whatever you know sick five years. Davis is five years old now. There's been a lot of sort of think pieces about this show that came out in the Obama era we obviously. Gone into the twilight zone and turn everything upside down. Do you think I don't know. So a lot of the criticism is around the fact that the show is basically having actors of color playing people that were in real life slave owners at the very least. and. Is that appropriate bothering you? I don't. Has Not. Bothered me. In fact, I found the subversiveness of it. Sort of empowering in were taking. This reverse appropriation of you know what this this is actually ours. So we're going to take it from. You know this is very much how I feel about. WE'RE NOT GONNA get into it but how I feel about the Harry Potter? Series. You have now left this behind and for those of us that it meant something to were taking it. and. Look you ignored people of Color, in the history of America for so long and the only voices that you have said that mattered are of the people that wrote the document. So we're GONNA, take that, and now it's ours. And we're gonNA write something from it now. Think. That criticisms are somewhat valid. Of the pieces I get what they're saying, but I also do not. necessarily. Agree I think that the that the that it was done very much. All of that in mind and With an eye toward it. And so I think it's I think it's to his manuals credit that it. I think it's a topic of conversation. Then he thinks of this show is a living breathing entity that it has to be reacted to and maybe. Yup. Absolutely and that has been his reaction to all of the think pieces and all of the criticism is your right. Your opinions are valid. Let's talk about it. Right? You know not not no you didn't understand what I said but YUP. You I may have missed what you're what you thought. You WanNa talk about it. All I will talk to you about it. That's great. Let's talk about it and That's where we need to be is let's talk about it. I also want to give a shoutout to, and I think this is sort of related that Hamilton mix tape that he he released with like a bunch of of real pop and hip hop artist doing covers of all the songs but even. Like, interpolations remix is they'll take one line from a song and build it into a whole nother kind of song. So this is very cool Kinda remix. Approach. To a musical which I think is sort of in the spirit of talking. Right. This is an ongoing conversation like even. So the constitution is supposed to be a living breathing document. Maybe. Maybe, Hamilton could be to right totally..
"hamilton" Discussed on The Nix
"With this particular case and what it may or may not have done to her. She suffered from depression she when she passed away, it was from an accidental overdose which may or may not have been from self medicating due to this depression and I wish they were slightly more clear about this but I do think it is a well done document a. Much like most of HBO's thing I think it's I think it's well done I. Just am not sure that they aren't. Paying too much attention to the patent Oswald side of things, right. So I did that and I also watched both versions of the STEPFORD wives. I got on a kick about. How Jordan Peele was influenced by the STEPFORD wives to do get out I'm not sure wet Y. my brain will up obsessed with this morning but it did so and both versions are on Amazon prime for free. So I watched the nineteen seventy five version and the twenty four version with Nicole Kidman and Matthew Broderick. And by the way, Mary Stuart masterson is in the nineteen seventy, five version as an adorable like seven year old child. I found it interesting to watch them back to back. because. The two thousand and four version is so obviously a satire and trying to say something. That I think. Ira Levin who wrote the novel probably would have respected and the nine hundred, seventy, five version went kind of straight horror. You know it didn't. Go there but when you have bette Midler Jon Lovitz and Glenn Close and Christopher Walken. Nicole Kidman Matthew Broderick and. Oh. My God and they do just enough twists to it to make it really about where we are in gender relations and gender politics and I thought it was very very interesting to watch them both that way. But also that I hadn't realized when I saw the old version I knew that they had changed it a little that they were trying to say something about our culture but. I don't think I paid super close attention to it at the time and I. Back, it's good. It's good and it's on prime. I and I knew that there was you know some Influence on Jordan Peele? There's Yeah there's so much in there that I hadn't even. Connected because I haven't seen them in so long since I've seen get out. There both were worth checking out and that's all I didn't pop culture. That's a good amount. So. Let's talk about Hamilton Lynn minerals, roles, juggernaut musical, which as we mentioned debuted on Disney plus over the fourth of July weekend, it was supposed to come out in theaters next year. But they decided to rush release it because of it and we're all super board. So thank you Disney plus you get props for that one. It stars the original Broadway cast even now everybody's all pissed. Because they a canceled their free trial right before they dropped Hamilton everybody's very angry. Who Does it start stars the original castle memoranda who's obviously the writer and Creator to..
"hamilton" Discussed on The Nix
"Welcome to the next where we talk about pop culture until we can't stand it anymore and we knicks it I'm Fanny Darling and I'm Justin heart tongue as always a quick warning. There might be spoilers for anything we talk about this podcast, but we will do our very best to let you know that they're coming this week we're talking about the film stage version of Hamilton, which recently debuted on Disney plus to remind us that service still exists. Okay. So welcomed this week and this is our weekly I was gonNA say bi monthly. But no, we do this every week please rate and review us on the PODCAST APP of your choice because that would make us happy and very few things are making us happy recently. So do that and that would be fine. What did you do in pop culture this week Justin I still been watching what we do in the shadows, the fx show on Hulu I am full on obsessed with this show. It's made me laugh harder than pretty much. Any other comedy this year I find it just ridiculously silly watching it with Dave and he said Oh my God I know. This, there's so much Elvira in this DNA. And he's not wrong. It's funny. I can see watching it all this are Germane comment, Taika Waititi stuff I am really happy that they've sort of mostly removed themselves from. You know the cast for the most part and I never show up in little bit parts. They don't do too much directing because I think this cast is so spot on. They are so consistent working together. The whole sort of. Season Arc. Spoilers for the first season of what we do in the shadows one vampire by three them by yes I did that. There's a van healthy character that shows up and surprising way as it is delightful makes you care about these ridiculous characters. It's the you know the little tiny side characters subplots Vanessa Bayer, showing up as the emotional vampire as a foil to the energy vampire, and then then falling in love and teaming up is sheer brilliance. Since my favorite part of the whole first season, I know that there's a lot to love about the season, but that is my justice, just his realizing Oh, my God. She's a vampire to she stealing all of my energy because of her pity. I have worked with people like that. So totally, and it's funny because the show definitely has a little of the office and it's That guy was a character on the office at some point which I remember it all. But it yeah..
"hamilton" Discussed on CincyBrewcast
"They would help you out so. When I'm on this zoom meeting with and I'm hearing how other breweries blood doing and they're? Letting. Go all of their employees except warmer. Maybe two for kindling carry out. I'm thankful for the city of Hamilton, the city of Hamilton leadership, because the fact that we've had Dora in place this date and outdoor refreshment area, so you can grab a beer and walk around town. Now when you quarantine people for a month, and you've got an April day coming out of winter and new finally hit that seventy two degree mark and sunny, and you've been locked up in your house. What the YOU WANT TO DO! I will say the first day that I came out and and. Came to the tapper got myself dork walking down to casual point It was freaking cold. You were there that day. It was cold outside. What's funny is still made it out and I was still able to walk around and get outside the half. In. Spite of winter like you get spiteful towards like screw winter spike. It's spiteful of everything. I'm so sick of of winter keeping you inside the house so sick of. The government telling me I can't do this I'm I'm tired of cold making everybody sick and. Tired of Exact I'm sorry. Baby No, I'm I'm tired of tired of my kids. Telling me I can't get. You, it's spike and all of that. I. Don't know yet. They don't even her. Actually my my older, my three year old. We're going off topic, but She does podcast now she goes, and she sits in the podcast studio. She pulls the microphone down and she starts talking and she tells me she's doing podcast about spirit. If anybody has kids,.
"hamilton" Discussed on KGO 810
"More of on the go with John Hamilton the rule so there good morning you know I like deals right yeah yeah you and I both like yes we do our I I got to say about that the I'm in Orlando I did my twelve year old for a land of for the weekend yeah because we've got we've never been to sea world and aquatica so we've got this hotel that there's a there's a group of hotels that are right next to sea world and one of the Holiday Inn express a brand new hotel listen this deal it's from we got it for eighty eight dollars a night free use hot buffet breakfast they have woods and yogurts and fruit pancakes and they were soon they're eating for at least an hour maybe an hour and a half you can walk to sea world in aquatic or they have a free shuttle are they give you a but they called it's called a quick few and so you get this for free at the hotel and you don't have to wait on the line so we were doing roller coaster of the roller coaster that they were our way and we are right that the phone line included for free ten percent off all your meals you get and we get in right away not the way the line together all of this for eighty eight dollars but not that now it now if you buy the quick kill it's twenty dollars per person thank you for people in the room that's eighty dollars worth a quick you the practices were probably ten to fifteen dollars a person so basically they're paying you to stay at the hotel I need this deal is amazing so we've got that on the site and also we've got I'm how inexpressive is they got new hotels all over the country especially during a road trip they've got these all over in in in in many states the brand new they have this free breakfast included could stay for free up to nineteen years old and the end of this unlimited breakfast and a great hotels really comfortable beds and great pillows and most of them are running right around a hundred dollars a night last so really phenomenal deal now I also promised to we're gonna talk about going to help us do it out a little bit and talk about some hotels and cruises I'm out of South Florida let's start with Miami if you're not a port of Miami lot of people like to stay on South Beach right on the ocean lots to do their lot of great restaurants a lot of great entertainment we've got the red South Beach hotel which is right in South Beach it's on the store Collins Avenue locked in the ocean are they just went for a multi million dollar renovation and we've gotten up to fifty five percent off the rate of ninety four dollars a night for a great hotel okay and we've also got the US general Colin my email which is another story area I'm very close to retake the ships out of and we got a special deal there which is about twenty to thirty percent off from seventy dollars a night every god for a lot of help if you're going out to try to find out of port Everglades you've got the Bonaventure resort and spa twenty to thirty percent off about a hundred eleven dollars a night all right PGA golf courses right there for diamond yes now I did we talked a lot about the Florida this morning however know where you're going in the world you can find out do some comparison shopping if you go to get a room dot com that to get a room dot com telephone number eight hundred hotels eight eight hundred hotels a thanks Bobby.
"hamilton" Discussed on KGO 810
"With John Hamilton KGO okay that means one thing farmer Treadwell with a favorite food fine we're going to well stay tuned because barber is coming up there is I'm sorry all the giants Bobby are you there John good morning I apologize I got a little early so I'm gonna I'm gonna I'm gonna get your mind off everything it take you to beautiful Boston time in a year now and specially the fall time coming up with patriots trail rated this song who they are but it's usually very expensive but of course we've got deals right and and we got a deal at the Fairmont Copley plaza this is one of my favorites it's it's a historic hotel actually opened in nineteen twelve and they just put twenty million dollars into it recently it's a historic landmark beautiful elegant hotel we've got fifteen to twenty five percent off the rates all the way through the end of the year it's about mid two hundred dollar night rains the set of three to four hundred so really good deals there and like this one in early because Boston will tend to get sold out especially as we get into the fall period now also getting a lot of demand for Chicago and we've got a nice still the Godfrey hotel Chicago this is a very upscale modern hotel centrally located we've got fifteen to twenty percent off the rates from ninety eight dollars a night including free wifi in the rooms are also getting a lot of demand for Washington DC we've got the two nice deals there one of the on the shore and I I think it's been awhile since we talked about the hotels but now he's got about sixty hotels they're all for store they're beautiful of properties at the locks and and really great values we've got fifteen to twenty five percent off from one twenty nine at night it's centrally located in Washington DC right by would be park and not just a great property with lots amenities free wifi and much more when I go ahead one more minute okay we also the Phoenix park hotel which is right by the U. S..
"hamilton" Discussed on KGO 810
"For on the go with John Hamilton on KGO all right the time is a nine thirty nine on well it's a foggy a bit of a fog in the San Francisco along the coast but it's going to be beautiful in the sixty seventies well probably seventy today's in land so it's great day to get out and about one of my favorite things is by the way this called Phil I'm returning get our next guest and the thought was on the trail get on a trail today I great to be great booster in walking a trail I don't care where there's asphalt or well better still is the course dirt night dirt trail rolling through the woods and aren't so beautiful we got so many we've got thousands of miles of trails right here in the bay area if you live in San Francisco of course nothing like the Embarcadero but what you many people don't even realize the around the bay is it in San Francisco along the Embarcadero if you go to the ferry building go to the back of the ferry building and you'll see all the ferry buildings that's when they leave from for many spots around the bay keep walking past the ferry building and just go straight down and then you'll be forced to girl laughed and then go left and then you come back up to the Embarcadero street which a lot of the people running and screaming in the cars going by and so on but you you turn to go back down toward San Francisco Bay and then you turn left and you walk along there and then you do another laugh and you go up and that's with more ferry buildings are there more fairies are and it's just really it's kind of exciting it's a wonderful trail then of course is all the trails of the bay area rim trail now that you can get on and off and many many places around the bay it actually pieces of it are already in all nine counties of the bay area so if you haven't got anything special to do today that could be special for you to to do that let's see I was not really prepared to film but I will because I it's my job to fail and me see let's see here some Americans relate to travel experiences to others this surprise me new research has revealed that as many as fourteen percent of Americans have lied to someone about going on vacation and the top reason being because they're embarrassed they're wanting to seem well traveled and they may be wanting to impress someone along with one in seven lying about destinations they've traveled to two thirds of Americans who have been on vacation have also lied about their experiences the most common untruths are the weather how it was fantastic or it was terrible quality of accommodation we were in the five star four star hotel and amount.
"hamilton" Discussed on KGO 810
"For favorite food. Find. Here's Barbara Treadwell when art and food intersect you find yourself in cafe Asia, the Asian art museum in San Francisco while visiting the museum we took a break to have lunch in the cafe on the first floor, which was a delicious experience the menus, look like a trip around the far east and the atmosphere is spacious and inviting I chose the coconut curry noodle soup, which was warm and satisfying. It was a bowl full of savory broth with tofu mushroom. Spinach. Radish basil, micro, grains, and glass rice noodles chopsticks and spoon at the Reddy ice lurked up all the goodness. And vowed to return to this dining room often. It is even possible to dine at the cafe without purchasing a museum and this ticket which makes it a great local spot to enjoy Sunday. At the museum is a transformed. Cafe experience. Overseen by chef Dookie, Hong in partnership with local tea and Presario Andre Chow, and then ten of Boba guys the style of eating here rivals other Asian restaurants in the area, and we'll leave your appreciating art in many forms. Barbara Treadwell fro undergo with John Hamilton on Caja. Oh, yeah. Well travel insurance to have for your next trip or not to have to delve into this. Megan Friedman spokeswoman for the US TI, that's not states travel insurance company..