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"harvey hotel" Discussed on The Moratorium

The Moratorium

04:53 min | 1 year ago

"harvey hotel" Discussed on The Moratorium

"No tentacles we can't afford it tentacle free anyway anthony. Quinn has been doing stuff for a long time. He was in a movie. Nineteen sixty eight the at ad. Click on that. I clicked on a lot of different things. The maggots is a schoolteacher on the greek island. And i think he. This is another thing anthony. Quinn was playing a greek often as well. michael cain candice. Bergen who and. I have it right here that you're actually pronouncing that correctly. The magazine yes. It's outrageous it's magazine. It's a one time. I got it right. Yup rpm. Yeah i don anthony. Quinn was in rpm nineteen seventy. I dunno know margaret. That sounded familiar. Donald moffett sr in there. Okay i get that guy off the couch. Graham jarvis you may not recognize the name. you'll see the face and you're like ell that guy catch got him you can do it. Oh yeah yeah. Oh my god that is so funny. I'm writing this down. I have a bit of trivia about a guy who has the same hair hair moustache. Setup added that gladys looked at him. Great a man he looks like a gram to. I don't know why. I know this guy but he has that face. You cannot mistake that ri- and i've seen him billions of times. And gary lockwood is the main character in two thousand and one a space everything. Well look it's only that so many times and it's like yes. everything is connected in. How about nineteen seventy. The movie called. Flap anthony quinn. Plays flapping eagle. Oh brother claudet aching in there. Yeah by name victor. French yup the Stairway to hit not steroid highway evan. The second zeppelin reference god. So yes a little house in the prairie. Yes victor french shit. He died young. He was fifty four when he died of lung cancer. Assume all these guys are heavy drinkers than smokers. But when i saw that guy a sore he was way older than four. I think maybe as i get closer to fifty. I'm like oh yeah these guys before not them. Everybody's skin was so thick back then. At least an inch of face. I think we just have to deal with the fact that people were just a lot uglier. I think back. Then i believe that in nineteen seventy-three anthony. Quinn was in death. Smith and johnny ears. This is italian spaghetti western. There are so many of those wacky names. I wonder where that started. i don't know. Did you know that harvey hotel is speed. In mother jugs and speed out. Yeah i did read that. We need more movie. Titles like that deaf smith. Johnny ears also has franco nero in it. Who plays johnny ears. Anthony quinn plays depth. Smith will see now that just totally I go back on what i just said because franko narrows like a good looking dude from that era johnny ears. His ears are perfectly normal. Maybe has like a super hearing or something. Maybe if you look down here on the list a romano pupo is down there. Yep we brought him up a couple of times. He did the stunts and orca. Yeah we talked about him. It was a lot of fun. Yup because he was ratchet in two thousand nineteen after the fall of new york that yes. That's why he's trashes. Dad in a escape from the bronx which all of those people were some v. Two and look there's taureg the desert warrior again the one with mark harmon man. We have got to watch that got to find it. Awesome away romano pupo. Romano pupo could never get tired of saying his name. But i'm talking about anthony quinn here in his career The destructors nineteen seventy four with michael. Cain james mason Which i got to tell you. I had a little sidebar right here..

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"harvey hotel" Discussed on The Moratorium

The Moratorium

04:44 min | 1 year ago

"harvey hotel" Discussed on The Moratorium

"There. He's there other than in my little theory. I didn't have a whole lot to follow up with any other. Caste men number from saturn three. I would love to hear that movie with harvey hotels real voice in him because his character comes off as so i mean i know he's the bad guy and he's supposed to be menacing but to make it where he's already at that level all the time instead of even the vaguest idea that he you know nothing comes as a surprise. He's just the bad guy from the very beginning. I just curious if it was his voice if it was a little more nuance than i benched in it. Because he's a good actor but it's just so strange hearing that definitely not his voice right but dodgers. I think did a good job. Eight of the best. Yeah yeah i just think you're looking at harvey keitel and anybody that i mean. Even if they didn't know who he was it'd be like that's not that or something about this is weird. I have just been kind of off and on all week looking at his. Imdb have you read like the plots ops for the duelists. Are we talking about ktel or yes yes. That's a movie from eighties. Maybe mid eighties. There is a nineteen seventy seven. Wow is it really. Yeah yeah you're right. It just sounded really interesting. And i thought about it's directed by fucking ridley. Scott wild look it up but I don't know christina. Raines is in there can harvey kyw tell is just stay. All he wants to do is dual. You know okay in that picture. He's got like braids yet. He does have like some eared moustache. I like the mustache. Twenty puts on the napoleon happen. I'm like added anybody ever think that was a i guess. Funny hats have been around since time immemorial enter in memorial in Maury butts look delete. All that are bad little edie that we went into keith. Carradine albert finney. I'm gonna talk about an old guy that we need to talk about this week. Tom conti is and that there are actually some people in there. I loon armstrong. We've looked at him before he was in crawl. That's why he's also in dune. I actually listen to a lot of the soundtrack of dune. I've listened to a lot of soundtracks. Recently i've been posting what i've been listening to about every six one so just having it constantly playing in the background there. Some cool stuff and some soundtrack. So hey i'm sorry. I don't think he was in dune. I think i'm thinking of freddie jones. Okay use the men tat in that. Sorry you just put some really really wild eyebrows on him and he looks like he. Yes anybody british you dislike. Those are their eyebrows. Little product them. Get really boof out your. Yeah it's gross. Okay i just have to say on alan armstrong. The very first thing you see is some movie or show with matt berry. Okay well in the shadows. The tv shihab. So i love him yes. I see. his is hilarious. I need to find out what that is because I love him and will watch anything that he is in like a period piece but anyway i love matt berry. I think he's the audience man alive yes. Have you seen the toast of london now. Toast of london. Oh my god. It's on netflix. Okay just him. Being insane Year of the rabbit mini series Two thousand nineteen looks kind of like a comedy version of Streets it era. Whatever that scorsese movie was with a thug. Mme downland about new york gangs of new york gangs of new york. Are you gonna hit us with something. Mind blowing he okay. Are you ready for this shirt..

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"harvey hotel" Discussed on The Slow Newscast from Tortoise Media

The Slow Newscast from Tortoise Media

08:25 min | 1 year ago

"harvey hotel" Discussed on The Slow Newscast from Tortoise Media

"Best one of his close friends could offer. Who's fifty seven or fifty eight. He is known to some in. The party is mr wolf a reference to the all purpose. Fixer played by harvey. Hotel in quentin tarantino's pulp fiction. The guy the gangsters call up to sort out unsuitable problem as happens tonight. Dougie quite well in the ninety s. When i was writing about northern ireland and the unionist opposition to the concessions that john major was to be promising to the ira a graduate assistant andrews. He invariably wore an errand sweater and jeans rather than the pinstripe suits then favored by young fogy tories. He was a self-described outsider. Who said that. There was no intrinsic reason. Why the leader of the conservative party shouldn't have the pink hair of a punk sticking colors. He was also deeply devoted to the orangemen of northern ireland and the unionist course which he was indeed perild. I knew that he'd been a senior figure in the federation of conservative students. A member of its libertarian. Right faction and a serious operator. I knew that doug had done work to david. Hart the maverick property tycoon. Who had years before. Advise margaret thatcher during the miners strike helping to sabotage national union of mineworkers picket lines. I also knew that. He'd spent a night in the cells after notation with a rival. Sas figure legend that was sometimes elevated falsely to conviction for arson but such legends. Were of a piece. The image he cultivated. He was known around political london. A bruiser and a force to be reckoned with as i was researching this story. One former minister told me never crossed him. I didn't fancy getting glasgow. Kiss that the most menacing doug ever said to me was that i couldn't be totally trusted because i had started my journalistic career the progressive human rights magazine index on censorship which he suspected of having as he put it ideologically unsound affiliations. Having what would david heart. It was not enough room to work for another highly political leader kratsa james goldsmith who has set up the referendum party in nineteen ninety four with what was then regarded as the eccentric idea of holding a public vote decide whether britain should remain. A member of the european union is go smith. He's got nothing to smuggle abide. And i would like to say. I would like to say that fifteen hundred votes. He's a derisory total and we were asked. James goldsmith on the night of the nineteen ninety-seven seven general election joyfully celebrating his part as the referendum party candidate in putney in ousting the former tory cabinet minister david mellor from the seat mela had held for eighteen years. It was pure mischief-making. The formerly conservative seat was captured by new labour. Which was the story of the whole night on. Which tony blair won his first landslide. But it's all this ancient history well not exactly and his patron james. Goldsmith were exotic occasionally menacing figures on the political scene. Always good to talk to and gossip with. But i was never quite sure how seriously to take it. All and i'll be the first to admit. I would never have guessed. In a million years. That goldsmiths vision of a referendum to leave the eu would come to pass that the electric would vote to leave and the dougie smith would become one of the most powerful figures in the post brexit conservative regime. Well eight minutes to five. We can say the decision taken in one thousand nine hundred seventy five by this country to join. The common market has been reversed by this referendum to leave the eu. That's the bbc's david dimbleby early on june. The twenty fourth two thousand sixteen announcing the victory of vote leave a few hours later. David cameron announced his decision to resign as prime minister. But the british people have made a very clear decision to take a different path. And as such. I think the country requires fresh leadership to take it in this direction. I will do everything i can. As prime minister to steady the ship over the coming weeks and months. But i do not think it would be right for me to try to be the captain that still our country to its next destination and soon enough to resume to cova where was dougie smith in a coveted party. Hq says one of may's advises we've never quite get rid of him. He wasn't central under theresa producing them out either. One senior minister describes him as a sort of tough guy. Version of woody allen's a-league for some reason you can never quite fathom he's always there was around. This is an important strand of our story the value of stamina and the rewards that come to those who wait as one cabinet minister puts it. Dougie's trick has been to make himself indispensable. He'll put up with the occasional motion because he knows the party needs him. It is always tempting to overestimate the importance of ideology in a political career and to underestimate the necessity of sheer bloody minded persistence. Why has dougie. Smith survived as a speechwriter under david cameron a party. Hq activists under trees may and now a much more powerful figure on the boris johnson. His career has endured setbacks and changes in leadership would have finished off for less stubborn assiduous. Political figure in fact most thought his career was over before it had really begun. Yeah the kind of things you need to be talking about before you go with your partner as well. Do you want to go all the way. Sometimes the man isn't happy to share his. Why for example in june two thousand and three in the first months of his work at the campaign group change duckie went to see his boss francis. Maude more noted that he was unusually apprehensive. What would you say. If i told you i was gay. Francis dougie asked by be surprised replied mood. But i wouldn't mind tool right said dougie. Well i hope you don't mind now when i tell you that i'm a swinger into swinging. In fact he wasn't just into swinging. He was one of the organizers of fever. A sex party business. That hosted lavish orgies plush. Central london homes for carefully selected under forty couples and single women as always dougie smith was getting people and drawing up lists though in this case for once the party who's interesting. Serving the conservative variety francis. Maude was amused drawn angry though he had to handle concerns of a few quake at trustees of the joseph rowntree trust which had just agreed to help fund sea change. His task was made easier by the sunday times. Got hold of the story and ran it across the top of its front page under the headline top. Tory aid is king of swingers yet. Define the laws of political gravity. Doug smith was not finished off by this disclosure. Why researching this story. A few people suggested that he has dirt on lots of big tori beasts and it is certainly true that at least one serving cabinet minister wins along to one dougie's parties before becoming a politician the to be fair. It's also true that this person made a very swift exit when they realized what kind of party at was but most of the people i talked to dismiss this theory of dougie. Smith is the untouchable key holder. To all the tory scott and cupboards. It misses the point. They said and it exaggerates the salacious contents of his little black book instead. He got through the crisis of the fevers story for two reasons. The first and most important was that he wasn't remotely ashamed. Justice manera mr had enjoyed the freethinking. Intellectual culture of the revolutionary communist party gang so dug smith relish the sexual freedom of the fever world in their very different ways. They shared a belief that you shouldn't be told what to do by puritans by the politically correct by any self-appointed moral police. Second dougie survived the sex party storm by simply not giving up and specifically by making himself useful to the group of ambitious modernizers led by david cameron writing speeches helping develop become a successful.

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"harvey hotel" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

01:46 min | 1 year ago

"harvey hotel" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"Mean, every fire safety suppression get all the patios up to 80 a code. I mean it. It was just walls. I mean, every everything else we had to put in place. Yeah, that's great. Well, for those of you that might not know. And this some of you who do Alan Al felt was the developer behind They're bringing back the wonderful La Posada Hotel in Winslow, Arizona, another of the old railroad hotels. That's actually so. Yeah. Yes, we haven't touched on yet Is that the cast innate awas, one of the Fred Harvey hotels from that era of the American travel by train and all and Fred Harvey had so much to do with the spreading of hospitality and high culinary standards. And all of that. Through the west. Gosh, meals around the late 19 late 19th and early 20th centuries and drive my history right here. Yeah, that's that's absolutely right. Yeah, Yeah, I mean, a pioneer of hospitality in the American Southwest. This was one of the gym projects that it was the first rail side hotel. It wasn't the first Fred Harvey house, but it was the first hotel that they put on the rail tracks. And then everyone Following followed suit. So our hotel is a little smaller than all the other. You know, great Fred Harvey hotels of the rail yards, but it was the first one. How many rooms does the hotel have today? Today we have 16. We have four more that we're working on. Those were really close to being finished s 0 16 upstairs and four downstairs. Those will be King suites. And they should be done inside the months. Well, that's great. Well, folks, you know, it's gonna be wonderful Retreat, whether you're in Santa Fe or you're coming from someplace much farther away, but just a grand place to.

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"harvey hotel" Discussed on MTR Podcasts

MTR Podcasts

07:35 min | 1 year ago

"harvey hotel" Discussed on MTR Podcasts

"We talked about all that funny. You say hey. We slightly up all plus. We got no flavor plus apple pie pussy but then immediately bruce's beat the and this is terrible. It's probably kicked me down. Well he did. Hey how's it going kim. Sharada him so all of this great. Let's see so that's a great scene right there. What else do we have here. i think when we get there. I think it's a good scene. I don't know if it's super watchable in terms of what we're looking forward that sticks out but we kind of see the dynamic said when they got after so after he punched out ritchie before it i of get into mexico because ritchie kind of spiraling. Hey don't don't forget who. I take medicine absolutely because he was like yes baras and like. I got a knock this nick out now. And what did you louis say. Thank you. Because i knew she was endangered. These fucking piece of shit when they drive there. And seth switches to like a different person. He's like the guy now and which is what happens. Aquarius and we just talk about. But he was like. Yeah richie you kind of. Just hit your hejaz blacked out. Must've from the hand. Because he got shot in the hand in the beginning he's just like i don't know he's retired. I'm in a good mood. Don't fuck this up. He says this to all right and when they get there they arrive. And everything's copacetic. He's like who's drinking hard drinkers. I'm buying this is literally what i do. So they get there. You have all the policy stuff and all of that so harvey cut tell us like sticking up. He's like you having to drink me and it was like this is cool. He's takes form. He's like what did what did a danny trae jose You can't you can't drink in here. Not a member is he's like this is a break here is a biker bar or a trucker bar it all of that and it harvey hotel comes in here with the wild license. He's like well. I'm a classy driver. Nestle truck outside so me and my friends can drink. I was like how you do that. Shit so we get santana partner. Which is i mean satanic. Oh sam hi deliciousness papa. And as happening in. She's doing the dance of seduction. Write ins move thirty right. Let's just be creepy. Don't be ritchie. it's a lot of feet. He's he's more reading creepy. He's a lot of feet. Yes that's one of tarintino things. Apparently he likes feet. I like the but black. He's drinking. Okay so minus. Let's take all his problematic. They're criminals criminals right. Do you want to be richie. When when the when the tequila is running down her foot down into his mouth or you know some hydro. Maybe you got to be honest with this. Could be drinking as running down her by now. Probably but you snakeskin flying in it to cause a second ago via using you. And i'm just like yeah. Let's get it because you see how happy finally we hope. He doesn't repair because worship. And that's when it gets to the scene where cheech in the game come in in the icon is like this vulgar and they get into a bit of a fight stabbed in the hand and all of that different shed and then as wide the hands. The whole is reopened. And then you. The vampire reveal visa man my finger and my nose and while i was down and that is fucking wild quickly. Yes they were ugly. Look like lizards especially like. I don't think so. I'm a high is really was a vampire per se. She seemed like a little bit more ancient because she looked different. Arrested them the right. They like she looked like a lizard person and had wanted to great lines. And you remember the sequence. We're skipping a little bit sequence where Before seth shoots chandelier kills her and she's like welcome to slavery he's like i was already been married. He provides a lot about away. It wasn't it wasn't a fire delivery and you will lick the shit from my boot. He allows you got a lot of licking your history here. I don't think. I mean. I think richie was looking bucci it. Yeah dog. I'll call you spot. It's like fuck you Richie returning was. That's a moment for me. I hate to admit it. So i was talking to you too about this. She mentioned she's like she's like george. Clooney has gun cocks so be times of this movie. He's just weird ways yet right except for when he's out of bullets but he's using it as a hammer. So this is where they've killed all the vampires and then ritchie's goofy add law just gets up looking like frankenstein's creature catch my brother with that stake biker and vampires aren't going to suck your blood they'll be able to lick it up off the floor. How big was his head. He he got his when he came back. Now i'm gonna let you can give you an opportunity to switch roles okay. Let's me coming back from the dead. Are you doing the same thing that seth did of. Hey motherfucker i will shoot you. That is my brother or are you gotta go. How quickly are you making. That choice is going to be hesitation on your part. It's like already. He's bigger shit like I'm nobody else. That's exactly look like i got to give you the peace that i could not give you in life modem down man you take him out and then his hey it was still like huge was a stall. I feel like they were trolling court to twenty thirty two. But then he wrote it he wrote. He's like look. My head is biggest. Shit let's just put that in there. He's really young movie too. Yeah he i think he was like thirty three or thirty four. Let's c. and he. So here's the thing he's he clooney's year older than him. They look the same age. Clooney looks because his hair is a little grey He looks like a lot older but they they both like i think clooney was born in sixty one. I think titanic record. Sixty two okay. So the vampire roles as far as gods we might as well be a piece of shit but he's one of the boys only one problem is faith isn't what it used to be. That's good because again. You know. Seth is doing what i will be doing after having to kill my brother drinking. And he's like him. It was on that fucking shit mass at sale. Yes bats how he knows better though like it could have anything. Well i think you can kind of tell when you hear that like you kind of know when they're in your house and shit they differently. What was that. How like the.

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"harvey hotel" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

02:51 min | 2 years ago

"harvey hotel" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"It's 1952 0. Always good about that. Good job, man. Good enthusiasm. Absolutely no rhythm to speak of. I don't know. And I don't think you're gonna make any money on the side singing. But you did a good job. Appreciate your commitment. Your focus. It was free food, man. I can't pass that up. We'll have that out front for you. 25. Good job, man. For thanks for playing what we call sing for your supper. And and none of your coworkers gonna make fun of you today, That's for sure. No guarantee they will. That was great. Tyler, Let me get you on hold, man. Thanks for calling it. There You go there. He didn't go. He didn't mean it wasn't It wasn't like, you know, Starmaker good. No, he was good in that he was committed to it. As far as actual quality. It was got off when I go to a bar and see people doing like Carrie Okey. That's the kind of singer you want, because that guy's having fun in the bar out there, man out there no inhibitions whatsoever. I used to host a TV show called Star Maker. Something up in the Metroplex. Was that like a was like it was it was it was right about the time Star search came out. But that was a local local at the Harvey Hotel Up in Dallas near the DFW airport worked at the Harvey and in a couple of nights a week I was the host was on cable access up there in the Metroplex. And every every every other night that you don't have a team of Ah, slew of people that would sing their songs on Wade Pick a winner every Wednesday. Then we bring them back. Unlike the 10th or the 11th week, and we have a big contest, for all of them is called starving. There's a video of it. Somewhere, And I think I have a VHS video of me hosting that. Even I bet you had some amazing talent. I've got some amazing stories to go along with it. There's some crazy, you know, that was so those were crazy times back then. I was back in the late eighties, when there were no rules for life. Right was no YouTube. Well, what kind of stuff? Did you see? What kind of acts would come through Some create Just wild is the wildest things would come through. Good and bad. I'm sure it made me think about you know. What is it? You know what they say that first? First few weeks of, you know, whatever. You know, the shows that you see on TV. Now they spend the first few weeks showing all the bad acts. Yeah, and making fun of the bad ax. Right? Right. It does. Yeah. You know those people that were told once by an ant? Hey, you You're a great You're so good. You got it. You got chase your dreams, Dreams, dreams. You're listening to the best of Todd and don on NewsRadio, K O B. J. Hey, listen, It's really important to know before Ugo and I'm talking about a covert 19 saliva PCR test and we've got a great company here in Austin that is doing this. And it is Jenna talks labs and whether you're traveling with family or, you know, you got a Thanksgiving thing happening with more than just a few people. It's good to know and right now. You can get this very done very, very quickly from the great folks that Jenna Tox lamps have.

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"harvey hotel" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

03:53 min | 2 years ago

"harvey hotel" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"I think in the life and worlds in New Mexico, um it's really It's really great for the people who have known them were lucky when I When I met all these people, you know, Winslow is not far from New Mexico, But it was like a whole separate world of people who love Fred Harvey and I went to their hotel now the people kind of altogether. So the The then on Friday at 6 P.m.. We're doing a really interesting talk. So it turns out there's one Fred Harvey Hotel left in New Mexico that no one realized still could be saved. So we've watched the while Fonda coming back to amazing life and all the work that Jenny Campbell Barbara Felix did to it. Obviously, the cast in ADA is now gorgeous. But there is a Santa Fe railroad from Harvey Hotel in Clovis. No called the grand quiver era, which I actually until I met the people who were speaking. I'd only ever seen a picture of it with a big fence in front of it. And we had always been told every year, People would ask. What's the deal with this? I know it must be about to fall down. And the Clovis Hotel is really interesting because the Clovis hotel with part of transcontinental air transport so before planes could fly across the country, they flew during the day and then people got off the planes and went on trains at night. And so the second favorite or was involved with that, and people would take a train overnight from Wayne Oka, Oklahoma to Clovis. Have breakfast and clovers. Then get on a plane to Winslow. These were hopscotch across the country, and lots of famous people went there in Clovis and So, but you know, no one's been in that building in a million years. So the people from Clovis Main Street, a woman named Lisa Pellegrino Spear we've been working with is going to show us the first stuff. Pictures. And video inside the Grand Calvera and Vera and to talk about what can be done with it because they finally gotten some money to start clearing that area out. And just like Again. This is what happened in Las Vegas a couple years ago, and now look at it. Maybe this could happen in Clovis as well. So that's going to be a great talk Saturday. We we do every year we have Harvey family members. Don't stop. We're gonna take a break. It's a modern media finger. But you have no, I'm giving it to the good finger. Now I had a question A brilliant question. Somebody just texted me. Is any of this going to be recorded and available afterwards? Because it's all going to be absolutely where it'll all be available live and if you register for it You can view the recording whenever you want. Perfect, all right. It'll be a while before it's put up free for the public. We want people to register. I got drunk they can. If they can't watch it, they will get a zoom link to watch it whenever they want. We'll come back. We'll finish the lecture. Then we'll get to the auction. Then we'll talk about some other things. But first of all, tells about The sole survivors. Who are the sole survivors, Stephen. Okay, So the sole survivors are Richie and Charley angry who I worshiped as a young kid like dancing at camp dances, Songs press Way to your art, which is the first great blue eyed Philly soul song. And then later in my life, I got to meet them and I'm actually worse friends with them. One of them recently passed away, but This song is the beginning of Philly sound All those OJ song all those Harold Melvin, the Blue notes songs, Teddy Prendergast that all started with this on Expressway to your heart, which was written by Kenny Gamble, who went on to start Philly international records. And it's a great It's still one of the best filly songs ever. Stephen in another life used to be a music critic as well. See how much you learned here on the radio 32 minutes after three.

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"harvey hotel" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

02:41 min | 2 years ago

"harvey hotel" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"There were so many people waiting in line to hear them that they had to give the same talk at four. And so we realized there was there were a lot of people who were interested because there were a lot of different entry points. Some people were interested because of foodie history. Some people were interested because the Fred Harvey company basically control the Native American art business, right? From the turn of the century up through the 19 forties. All the train think about all the train people. Right. There's all theirs. All people who are interested in Santa Fe Railroad itself, and there's a lot of trained people. And so we've We've kept this going all these years. And, of course, up till this year. We always had the friend Harvey Weekend in Santa Fe, right. Basically all summer. We've been planning for it to be in Santa Fe and in Las Vegas and worrying about how Cove it was going to affect this and whether it would be safe to try to put it on. Put any part of it on. In person in New Mexico, and we kept these decisions open for a pretty long time because Again. We're tryingto be there for the people who want to come and our partners are in the hospitality business in the hospitality business being yanked back and forth. And we want them to be able to come. So finally, a few weeks ago, we had to finally decide that the whole thing needed to be online. And so it is going to be online. So let's start with you still going to do the lungs is that people from all over the country can now watch it. People for Santa Fe can watch it on their computers. Watch it on their phones. And people all over the country who are interested in Fred Harvey, who haven't been able to come to the Fred Head weekend. Can come. So Fred had weekend. You've been to it you've you've worked with us before, and we've talked about this before, is usually a bunch of different lectures about subjects that come out of Fred Harvey and then a big dinner. At La Fonda. All of this raises money for the New Mexico History Museum. And that we do an auction of Fred Harvey related items. And there's lots of cool, you know, native art. There's there's things that came from La Fonda from back in the past. There's Membreno China, which is really wonderful. There's lots of books about Native American art. And there are hotel stays at all the different Fred Harvey hotels all to Bharat La Fonda, La Posada. Fascinating. So we're doing it all online and people could sign up. They can. They can listen to it. Watch it from wherever they want. People who sign up. If they miss any of the events, they could get caught, they get recordings of them. And so we're doing a full Fred Harvey weekend with seven talks. Go ahead. No. Keep that thought. All right. We'll come back. We'll tell people how they can sign up for the lectures. When we come back did electric and then we'll do the auction. Talk about Fred Harvey some more. And then we will venture off into some of the history that that Stephen.

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"harvey hotel" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

06:36 min | 2 years ago

"harvey hotel" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"Off a best of show. It's a really good recent interviews on Monday, All right, let's go out to Philadelphia in the first capital of the United States and talk to Steven Freed, who's on Philadelphia today? He's a Fred head. He's also an author and a biographer. Steven. Good to see you on zoo man. Richard. Great to see you. And thanks for that soon from Nashville. Perfect timing for the election, Right? And we must be doing something right? You think we are I think right now it feels like we are. You know, I'm I'm a couple blocks down from where they're finishing the counting of Pennsylvania's ballots, and here in the place where America was born. The declaration was written in the Constitution was written and we're feeling like we helped today. Do you live in the historic part of Philadelphia? Ideo. I mean, my wife and I live like several blocks away from the Liberty Bell. If you had your choice, you live in Santa Fe. But you live in Philadelphia, you know, And I think, Stephen one time when we had you on. Maybe we're talking about rush me we're talking about. Maybe you're talking about Fred Harvey. I think you said Sometimes you're kind of amazed how little you know the streets in the historic parts of Philadelphia. Maybe I dreamt that No, it is true mean part. I think part of the reason that I ended up writing a biography of Benjamin Russia, so I could finally figure out what happened here, You know, you know, cause Santa Fe. Look, I love Santa Fe. I live in Santa Fe in my mind even when I'm Sitting here in Philadelphia, but you know, if you deal with a tourist area, sometimes people don't want to deal with the tourist area. So we have a tourist area where people go to the Liberty Bell and Independence Hall and all that kind of stuff. So You know, you get stuck behind horses and buggies and you have to fight off Benjamin Franklin impersonators and stuff. But I'm feeling pretty patriotic and pretty historically relevant today. All right, we'll get to that. And you don't mind talking about that. But let's talk about friend Harvey. First of all, sure. You're Fred Head describe what That malady is mostly about. Sure. So some people in Santa Fe in the area know that Fred Harvey company was a company that basically was the first major hospitality company in the in the in the nation, and they ran all the restaurants and hotels. On the Santa Fe Railroad, and they created a Fonda so people won't know the history of La Fonda. Fonda was a Fred Harvey Hotel, the cast of NATO hotel that was just restored in Las Vegas. Is a friend Harvey Hotel, the Grand Canyon Hotels, the South Rim, El Tovar and Bright Angel Lodge. Those air Fred Harvey hotels, and there were also Fred Harvey Union station Chicago unit Station. Was Fred Harvey, Kansas City, ST Louis. Obviously, the Albuquerque station was a huge friend Harvey Outpost Union station, Los Angeles. So Fred Harvey was amazing company that spanned it started in the 18 seventies. Oh, and it existed up through the 19 sixties and seventies. And it basically invented a lot of things that we take for granted, especially in the South West, because the Harvey companies who basically took care of people when they came to the Southwest, so As tourism became one of the major industries in the southwest, especially in New Mexico and Arizona that fell on the Fred Harvey company. So the friend Harvey company got involved the restaurants, hotels. It brought the food of New Mexico to the whole world, and it brought the food of the world into New Mexico. The Harvey girls that they hired on Lee single women to be their waitresses. They were the first major national force of working women and over 100,000 women between the 18. Eighties and the 19 forties had the opportunity to be Harvey Girls and travel all over the country working for the Santa Fe Railroad, and they also married all these local people made a lot of towns in New Mexico. They're founding families are people who work for the railroad who married Harvey Girls and settle down and settle those towns. So it's the influence of of the friend Harvey Company in New Mexico is something we continue to explore. It is the reason why the New Mexico history Museum, which is where I first started talking about Fred Harvey in Santa Fe has AH permanent exhibit of Fred Harvey material in the mezzanine between The floor. That's the really old stuff and the Fords really new stuff because Harvey and the railroad really represent that middle period that period in that from the late 18 seventies into the early 19 hundreds, when Santa Fe reinvented itself as a city different And the Harvey Company, you know, brought Santa Fe merchants and the Native Americans from the pueblos to the world's fair in 1915. Both in San Diego and San Francisco. So the Harvey company has had a really interesting relationship with New Mexico. And so it's not surprising that even though the company was in all kinds of different cities, and it was based in Kansas City, and later Chicago, the resurgence of fascination with Fred Harvey as a really interesting way of dealing with American history, especially The Southwest is really taking its place in Santa Fe and the New Mexico History Museum when it opened set out to have a Fred Harvey exhibit and brought me in because I happen to write a book about Fred Harvey. And Fran Levine, who was head of the museum then and Jenny Kimble, who's known raised a weekend for me in a April night of 2010. Having no idea whether people would be interested in it or not on I gave a talk at the museum. It was one of the many days with power went out in Santa Fe, so I gave half to talk in the dark with a flashlight. And then we had this wonderful meal at La Fonda, and it turned out that there were many more Fred heads than we ever realized. And what this event did was the people who There been people dressing up his Harvey Girls in Winslow, Arizona, who didn't know there were women driving dressing up Harvey Girls in Florence, Kansas, so It started to be this thing where people who were interested in Fred Harvey people who were interested in Santa Fe Railroad people heard Judy Garland because, of course, Judy Garland played a Harvey Girl in the movie, The Harvey Girls. People inside. A lot of different subjects started to come to Santa Fe. Teo to talk about this. We we had this weekend 2010. We did another one in 2011, and more and more people just came every year. One year Jenny Campbell and Alan Affeldt, who owns La Posada in Winslow, and now the cast in ADA in Las Vegas. Did a talk at the museum A two o'clock on the on a Sunday. There were so many people waiting in line to hear them that they had to give the same talk at four. And so we realized there was there were a lot of people who were interested because there were a lot of.

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"harvey hotel" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

09:33 min | 2 years ago

"harvey hotel" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"To stop by at some point and that's either here in Santa Fe at the chili lime brewing company over Guadalupe or we're going to go up now and talk about the operation that's out in Lamy because one of my focuses today was to kind of explore some of the things that are going on out there that you may or may not be aware of and it's well worth a drive out there it's so darn pretty as you head out that way and my guest Alexander had purchased the need is the the proprietor of the chili line taproom that is happen Lamy junction Lemme junction encompasses what our depot and Harvey's the restaurant and the special events that go on out there to you yeah it's amazing we got a I think it's a try factor would be here and the train service was just as amazing out there yeah will it help to have Cindy Lou jet that with us on the phone today but we haven't been able to get in touch with her she is out there kind of holding down the train depot today and I know she's been shoveling snow as trying to get from you together for the day to and you know dealing with folks who are coming in on Amtrak or he might be stranded trying to get out on Amtrak but you can tell us a lot about what goes on with that too so Harvey's is actually the food operation that's out of the depot is that right yes correct okay and then there is of the article on it recently they're cheating along with the the the taproom she cooks all the food out there and it was really interesting because of an appetite on my dad's side and a half from Polish on my mom's maiden name is Rhonda Harbage we love both of you I love taking her out there because any does Perot he's does just a wide range of food in this team of the kitchen yeah you can taste the care that you put in does a bang up job out there were things I love is that she does a lot with seafood and that may sound a little strange people often go seafood your seafood in Santa Fe well yes we do yes we have some good people who bring it in and it can be very good if you are exercising care in your sourcing for it and she does it one of the things I love is those lobster rolls that she does I mean I'm an arsenal fan yeah but there's other things you said your mom has a favorite fish dish out ho yeah we go out there for the the salmon tacos and my mom always history salmon tacos absolutely loves it and my family went out there which I think was last Sunday they're doing these incredible steak sandwiches powerful fresh vegetables everything Coachella Manute so it's all very fresh takes full time but it's so good that we've ended and they did a Monte Cristo this Turkey sandwich yes I've seen that honor me out there yeah just mind blowing I think like when you have somebody like Cindy and care so much about the food and what's going on out there and just so laid back but also the so energetic all over the place the food just comes out and it tastes so good really does speaking of a sandwich is one of the things I love as her very simple and this is just one of my world favorite sandwiches anyway is the French style baguette sandwiches just as pretty much essentially good bread with good ham and good cheese on it and you know maybe a little little garnish here and there but the essentials of that are those things and when those are selected well put together well of the right proportions that's just one of the best sandwiches on earth yeah it is really nice so simple it is you get a good sandwich so you're saying all the main ingredients you need and then a bag of chips you know nothing too crazy is everything you would need a hug so how is this set up out there for people who may not have been out to the depot in a while now and he has been a while I used to take the train a lot when my parents lived back in Illinois because I could go directly you know within a few blocks of my home in Galesburg Illinois from the Lamy train station but with my parents subsequently passed away or my mom moved to South Africa actually to Phoenix for a good while but I I lost my opportunities to really take that train on a regular basis set back up there but it was so much fun and that was before there was anything really in the depot I mean you just go there and hope that the trains but I would always bring my own sandwich in that era apt to eat on the train it was an overnight train ride and it was just I was always such a fun adventure I love the train from yeah yeah so you know at this point the depot has become kind of a scene yeah I know I was yeah how's it working so did how it kind of started was as Cindy and her husband came into the brewery and save what we have is back old baggage room old free room you know we don't and that's our motion there yeah and they said we we can I do something we're bringing the brewery so we've hi I said you know I like I don't know I was going to go because I put a lot of work into that taprooms just me and I sure hope the lamian there's fifteen people with hammers and nails rated rock and roll and get this thing out when you walk into the depot you have the main seating area and you're gonna see Harvey's house on the way to the brewery as we can order all the food just as the menu which is also available in the brewery and the brewery and it's you know it's nice open space should they bring the food to their free peanuts live music they bring some great local guys and it's amazing when you're in there and when we first opened I was bartending back then and the place would fill up with all these people waiting for the train because you know you can take the train to flagstaff which is actually less expensive than than most ways of getting out there are a ticket to LA or Chicago which is what my mom used to do because she was from Chicago okay sessions on that same one that I was on yeah and my girlfriend who's from pearl city Illinois okay her parents came down the train and it's just so nice to be able to roll into the station expected to be what it used to be where you had to have your own sandwich and then be greeted with music beer incredible food it's a it's a total C. and you know they even do events such as they did docks in race our last remember that I have like a a huge band out there in the park which used to be the old Harvey hotel on which he believed burnt down yeah yeah sure was a hotel out there that is no longer there yeah the the space is great they do bonfires people bring their guitars they play together it's just yeah it's it reminds me of an old Santa Fe town it has that kind of sensibility to it and what the way I kind of got you know reacquainted with all of this was a friend of mine named Bob Curtis who is a doctor in town but is also a musician and he plays on his own but he also and he plays out there on his own at times but he's part of a group called the nowhere man and that is a Beatles cover band and they were playing out there you know under the cottonwoods up in that area where the hotel used to be and so now it's just like a ball park there by that the railroad cars and things and so there was a time that I've it was made was like mother's day weekend or something and I just rounded up a bunch of friends a couple of years ago then to you know go check this out and we really didn't know what the extent of the food was so we took a picnic out there and like Cuellar picnic was good but then we saw all the stuff that Cindy was prepared that she was operating and it was so great we had the combination of all of that said it was just about as fun a day as we could head out under the trees on a beautiful northern new Mexican you know like springtime day and she's always thinking of these things to do and so some of the music is inside some of its Altan some of you have in the you know in your brewery and such too and yeah I know it's an incredible incredible scene and yet you know it even in that I was worried about the winter time we got here is in there and when you're out there watch the train them in with the snow falling there in the summer it's just such a thrill to see this train command it's just so timing so yeah the trains in new M. track train but it there's nothing like it and you know there Cindy out there making sure people are coming on off the train run around is the hostess as I was incredible to see this year go out and it's it's surreal to be out there drinking beer eating good food and watching this train come in and out absolutely too much fun well that's great well I know there was a there's like a few train cars to that are out there and I've been on a what they call the trading to know where we went out about a quarter mile on a couple of those train cars with the the big platform and all of that that's wide open and this was not a beautiful afternoon anyway it was just a great thing to do but that we're gonna have to wrap up this segment we will be back in just a minute here that's a great commercial sponsors that you're going to hear from and we will be right back with heating it up you're listening to talk twelve sixty one oh three seven K. 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"harvey hotel" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

05:55 min | 2 years ago

"harvey hotel" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"Known as detours of Linda trying act will be here but starting us off is ed pulse of our the director of marketing sales room sales and all that it gives you how are you Richard man I'm always I'm always you're always happy to come on the show I will be on your show and and you're happy to promote where you work I love the phone I always tell people you know this is my thirty fifth year in the hospitality industry all in New Mexico I've been here eight years it's the best place I've ever worked okay absolutely the history the staff the people are long time repeat guests it's incredible the ambience the food the bar the music plays Uele the guestrooms you know you guys do you guys have it all and you're right on the corner right next to the only hotel located on the plaza then actually we on the sidewalk to you on the side on the sidewalk we have to keep it clear when snow and ice skate on their your actual job is doing what so is drug yes room eighteen rooms as director of sales or so nine on my team and were responsible for all of the conventions groups galas weddings events business meetings yeah business meetings could you know we do about almost forty percent of our business is convention or group you know like with during this session you would give us two minutes of believe Mexico association of realtors what a state associations especially during the session right so important part because you can't survive just on transit leisure business you got to have a group based we've got about twenty one thousand square feet of meeting space right you also have small meeting spaces and there's a small meeting space over the other side of plans Uele restaurant here yeah you have those been a complete no renovation of the small yeah yeah the Santa Fe room and the New Mexico room are part of the nineteen twenty six to twenty nine expansion that Burr culture he John gone mean did and anytime we renovate Barbara Felix who's our architect and designer the the attention to detail ties into exactly what those architects did so in the Santa Fe room really the only thing that wasn't historic was the floor it was a tile floor that was changed sometime over the years so they ripped that up and put this beautiful hardwood walnut floor piece by piece that is replicates what Coltrane coming did in that twenty six to twenty nine it's just spectacular those are those are great room for local businesses if you need a long table you want to bring twenty five people in for a for you know a breakfast meeting get out get out of you know get out of your building come here you have project you have a vehicle you know you'll do everything set up the room everything so people can just pop in and have a great meeting local businesses we do a lot of local needs but your contact you yes but you're in such incredible historic space it's not some typical hotel meeting room right right yeah with a curtain one Anderson manages a ballroom to your A. A. B. C. D. exactly like some goofy moving wall between ballroom well we do have an error while the big box itself is so magnificent okay you you brought up the the change on the floor to make it more authentic the new ownership here has has made that the real mission to renovate but also renovate not forward but backward to you know make it more authentic yes to stay you know true to what Coltrane gone mean did and actually this new ownership is out over five years now Mister Tober of two thousand fourteen but they're so committed to put money back into the property keep improving given us the the the product that we need to attract you know high end demographic because even when your historic you still need to have technology and you know high speed wireless internet things like a track all the amenities yes all right we bring americold during John Gunn meme and then of course we have to mention Fred Harvey this is Fred Harvey hotel also the fact yesterday doing a show at the state capitol one of my guests actually the last guest on the show yesterday was that a majority leader Peter worth whose family also has ties to John got me yes that was John coming with it what's his grandfather his wife's grandfather is watching right yes the city council right so you know it's it's also going to be the Fred Harvey house Fred Harvey came to US eighteen fifty three from what he was seventeen ended up in New York I worked at a spa restaurant called Timothy McNeil's fine dining in was a dishwasher and then end up being a line cook and ended up working for the H. two beacon Santa Fe in the eighteen sixties and seventies became afraid agent I think you realize along his travels every time you stop for food the dining experience was horrific in not ideal now let me open the first Harvey house restaurant eighteen seventy six in Topeka Kansas and the rest is history and rest is history brought a lot of history to the this brought brought brought the easterners to the westie Abhi did he introduced America to Americans especially native American history and culture which is a big part of all right so I mentioned that my philosophy is going to be here at two o'clock at least I think she is from restaurant week you are part of restaurant week we are part of restaurant we can you actually have the menu in front of I do have them listen up kids all right so west restaurant week in Santa Fe is a February twenty third to March first our dinner menu which is you know reasonably priced at forty five dollars per person.

Linda director of marketing
"harvey hotel" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

05:56 min | 2 years ago

"harvey hotel" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"Known as detours so Linda trying to act we'll be here but starting us off is ed pulse of our the director of marketing sales room sales and all that it gives you how are you Richard man I'm always I'm always you're always happy to come on the show I will be on your show and and you're happy to promote where you work I love the phone I always tell people you know this is my thirty fifth year in the hospitality industry all in New Mexico I've been here eight years it's the best place I've ever worked okay absolutely the history the staff the people are long time repeat guests it's incredible the ambience the food the bar the music plays Whalen the guestrooms you know you guys you guys have it all and you're right on the corner right next to the only hotel located on the plaza then actually we on the sidewalk to you on this site on the sidewalk we have to keep it clear when snow and ice skate on their your actual job is doing what so as drug yes room eighteen rooms as director of sales or so nine on my team and were responsible for all of the conventions groups galas weddings events business meetings yeah business meetings could you know we do about almost forty percent of our business is convention or group you know like we've during this session you would be Mister minister believe Mexico association of realtors what a state associations especially during the session right so important part because you can't survive just on transit leisure business you got to have a group based we've got about twenty one thousand square feet of meeting space right you also have small meeting spaces and there's a small meeting space over the other side of plans Uele restaurant here yeah you have those been a complete no renovation of the small yeah yeah the Santa Fe room and the New Mexico room are part of the nineteen twenty six to twenty nine expansion that very culture and John gone mean did and anytime we renovate Barbara Felix who's our architect and designer the the attention to detail ties into exactly what those architects did so in the Santa Fe room really the only thing that wasn't historic was the floor it was a a tile floor that was changed sometime over the years so they ripped that up and put this beautiful hardwood walnut floor piece by piece that is replicates what Coltrane coming did in that twenty six to twenty nine it's just spectacular those are those are great room for local businesses if you need a long table you want to bring twenty five people in for a for you know a breakfast meeting get out get out of you know get out of your building come here you have project you have a vehicle you know you'll do everything set up the room everything so people can just pop in and have a great meeting local businesses we do a lot of local means better contact you yes but you're in such incredible historic space it's not some typical hotel meeting room right right yeah with a curtain one Anderson manages a ballroom to your A. A. B. C. D. exactly like some goofy moving wall between ballroom well we do have an error while the big box but it's the it's so magnificent okay you you brought up the the change on the floor to make it more authentic the new ownership here has has made that the real mission to innovate but also renovate not forward but backward to you know make it more authentic yes to stay you know true to what Coltrane gone mean did and actually this new ownership is out over five years now let's talk Tober of two thousand fourteen but they're so committed to put money back into the property keep improving given us the the the product that we need to attract you know high end demographic because even when your historic you still need to have technology and you know high speed wireless internet things like a track all the amenities yes all right we bring americold during John Gunn meme and then of course we have to mention Fred Harvey this is Fred Harvey hotel also the fact yesterday doing the show at the state capitol one of my guests actually the last guest on the show yesterday was that a majority leader Peter worth whose family also has ties to John got me yes that was Jon coming with it what's his grandfather his wife's grandfather is watching right yes the city council right so you know it's it's also going to be the Fred Harvey house Fred Harvey came to US eighteen fifty three from what he was seventeen ended up in New York I worked at a spa restaurant called Smith a meek mill's fine dining in was a dishwasher and then end up being a line cook and ended up working for the H. two beacon Santa Fe in the eighteen sixties and seventies became afraid agent one thing he relies on his travels every time you stop for food the dining experience was horrific in not ideal now let me open the first Harvey house restaurant eighteen seventy six in Topeka Kansas and the rest is history and rest is history brought a lot of history to the this brought brought brought the easterners to the west the abbey he did he introduced America to Americans especially native American history and culture on it which is a big part of all right so I mentioned that my philosophy is going to be here two o'clock at least I think she is from restaurant week you are part of restaurant week we are part of restaurant we can you actually have the menu in front of I do have them listen up kids all right so west restaurant week in Santa Fe is a February twenty third to March first our dinner menu which is you know reasonably priced at forty five dollars per person.

Linda director of marketing
"harvey hotel" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

03:30 min | 2 years ago

"harvey hotel" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"Thirty eight minutes log in our last segment the last segment of my career we're broadcasting live from the lobby of love fund hotel beautiful downtown Santa Fe right on the plaza a hundred years old and two year twenty twenty two they'll dedicated an entire year's celebrating one and I'm one hundred years as love on on the plaza originally eight Fred Harvey hotel all right they have a wonderful store at the corner you come in the lobby I don't know if it's acceptable for the outside it probably it from the sidewalk if it is in the manager of the store it is called detours is here he she is Linda trying naked just to tell you up front if I have to do the last half hour she is scared to death she is taking I hate this but she was forced into it by management Lynn I understand you're petrified dry mouth you're shaking like a leaf and we continue or not we can continue okay I'm relieved because I didn't have to carry this entire thing itself for you be it all right the torch is that correct D. Taurus is just her asking not all right now there is just fine yep entrance from the sidewalk we've entrance from the sidewalk yeah we're getting so far we're doing okay we're on the busiest corner of the plaza you've been there for how long almost four years Peters is been open for how long a little over four years okay you're the manager the manager in the fire and the buyer yes all right what do you specialize in is it for local to come in and buy cool stuff or guests of the hotel to come in and buy a bottle of Petrone it's we have something for everyone a happy Petron including Petrone and crew including the special beryl for him Herradura we have lots of things that we've Santa Fe spirit so that we carry local products as well as the all time favorites okay right Hendrick's gin all right yeah so and you have scented candles if people need to you know I have a candle in there we are beginning in their bath room and take a bath in the in the hotel or at home we have a wonderful range of scented candles and we also represent Los pipeline us which is a one of the momentary historical property in northeast Albuquerque yeah so it's a wonderful marriage with our historical property here at the Fonda lots and lots a lavender yeah I mean how do you describe the tour de tour is is a gift shop but it's not a traditional gift shop like other hotels we represent many different vendors we're the largest purveyor of Pendleton products in northern New Mexico and we know that a lot thank you this is where is well sure to Lancaster in women's jackets towels accessories night chains yeah okay yoga mats the most amazing beautiful yoga mats with Pendleton patterns so that is a big portion of our our business we carry a lot of very books particularly focusing on history from la Fonda and and from Santa Fe as well as art books and artists that are are represented here in in town and then some fun ghost stories where the Fonda is mentioned particularly on the second floor and shirt yeah so we have a great correct there are spirits here right dozens of talked about that yeah the place is haunted speaking of which labradoodle apparently allowed in the in the lobby here look fine the dogs dogs are big big hearted look.

"harvey hotel" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

09:23 min | 2 years ago

"harvey hotel" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"Got an idea for you to stop by at some point and that's either here in Santa Fe at the chili lime green company over Guadalupe or we're going to go up now and talk about the operation that's out in Lamy because one of my focuses today was to kind of explore some of the things that are going on out there that you may or may not be aware of and it's well worth drive out there it's so darn pretty as you head out that way and my guest Alexander purchased the need is the the proprietor of the chili lying tap room that is at Laney junction Lemme junction and encompasses what our depot and Harvey's the restaurant and the special events that go on out there to you yeah it's amazing we got a thing now try fact food beer and the train service was just as amazing out there yeah will it help to have Cindy Lou jet that with us on the phone today but we haven't been able to get in touch with her she is out there kind of holding down the train depot today and I know she's been shoveling snow as trying to get you together for the day to you and we know dealing with folks who are coming in on Amtrak or he might be stranded trying to get out on Amtrak but you can tell us a lot about what goes on with that too so Harveys is actually the food operation that's out of the depot is that right yes correct okay in in there is of of the article on it recently the as she along with the the the tap room she cooks all the food out there and it was really interesting because a I'm half Italian on my dad's side and a half from Polish on my mom's maiden name is gone to ha the church we love both of you I love taking her out there because any does Perot he's does a just a wide range of food in this team of the kitchen now you can taste the care that you put you in really does a bang up job out there one of things I love is that she does a lot with seafood and that may sound a little strange people often go seafood your seafood in Santa Fe well yes we do yes we have some good people who bring it in and it can be very good if you are exercising care in your sourcing for it and she does it one of the things I love is those lobster rolls that she does I mean I'm an arsenal fan yeah but there's other things you said your mom has a favorite fish dish out ho yeah we go out there for the the salmon tacos and my mom always history salmon tacos absolutely loves it hi Sam I went out there which I think was last Sunday they're doing these incredible steak sandwiches pack for fresh vegetables everything coach Alain Manute so it's all very fresh takes a little time but it's so good then we even did and they did a Monte Cristo this Turkey sandwich yes I've seen them on our men out there yeah just mind blowing nothing like when you have somebody like sandy and care so much about the food and what's going on out there and just so laid back but also the so energetic all over the place the food just comes out and it tastes so good really does speaking of a sandwich is one of the things I love as her very simple and this is just one of my world favorite sandwiches anyway is the French style baguette sandwiches just as pretty much essentially good bread with good ham and good cheese on it and you know maybe a little little garnish here and there but the essentials of that are those things and when those are selected well put together well of the right proportions that's just one of the best sandwiches on earth well man yeah this is a really nice how simple it is you get a good sandwich so you're saying all the main ingredients you need and then a bag of chips you know nothing too crazy is everything you would need a hug so how is this set up out there for people who may not have been out to the depot in a while now and he has been a while I used to take the train a lot when my parents lived back in Illinois because I could go directly you know within a few blocks of my home in Galesburg Illinois from the lamie train station but with my parents subsequently have passed away or my mom moved to South Africa actually to Phoenix for a good while but I I lost my opportunities to really take that train on a regular basis that back up there but it was so much fun and that was before there was anything really in the depot I mean you just go there and hope that the train but I would always bring my own sandwich in that era cap to eat on the terrain it was an overnight train ride and it was just up was always such a fun adventure I love the train yeah yeah so if you know at this point the depot is become kind of a scene yeah analysis yeah how's that work in there so we'll do it how it kind of started was as Cindy and her husband came into the brewery and save what we have is back old baggage room old free room here no we don't and that's our message there yeah and they said we we can I do something we're bringing the brewery so we've hi I said you know I like I don't know I was gonna go because I put a lot of work into that tapper moves just me and I sure up the lamian there's fifteen people with hammers and nails rated rock and roll and get this thing out when you walk in to the depot you have the main seating area and you're gonna see Harvey's house on the way to the brewery as we can order all the food just as the menu which is also available in the brewery and the brewery and it's you know it's not as open space should they bring the food to their free peanuts live music on they bring in some great local guys and it's amazing when you're in there and when we first opened I was bartending back then and the place was filled up with all these people waiting for the train you know you can take the train to flagstaff which is actually less expensive than than most ways of getting out there are you take it to LA or Chicago which is what my mom used to do is use from Chicago okay sessions on that same one that I was on yeah and my girlfriend who's from pearl city Illinois okay her parents came down the train and is just so nice to be able to roll into the station expected to be what he used to be where you had to have her own sandwich and then be greeted with music beer incredible food it's a it's a total C. and you know they even do events such as they did docks in race our last remember that I have like a a huge band out there in the park which used to be the old Harvey hotel on which to believe burnt down yeah yeah sure was a hotel out earlier that is no longer there yeah the the space is great they do bonfires people bring their guitars they play together it's just you it's it reminds me of an old Santa Fe town it has that kind of sensibility to it and we'll the way I kind of got you know reacquainted with all of this was a friend of mine named Bob Curtis who is a doctor in town but is also a musician and he plays on his own but he also and he plays out there on his own at times but he's part of a group called the no where band that is a Beatles cover band and they were playing out there you know under the cottonwoods up in that area where the hotel used to be and so now it's just like a ball park there by that of the real world cars and things and so there was a time that I've it was may or like mother's day weekend or something and I just rounded up a bunch of friends a couple of years ago than to you know go check this out and if we really didn't know what the extent of the food was so we took a picnic out there it's like well our picnic was good but then we saw all the stuff that Cindy was prepared that she was operating and it was so great we had the combination of all of that said it was just about as fun a day as we could head out under the trees on a beautiful northern new Mexican you know like spring time day and she's always thinking of these things to do and so some of the music is inside some of its Altan some of you have in the you know in your Burry and such to an yeah I know it's an incredible incredible seen any you know it even in that I was worried about the winter time we got here is in there and when you're out there watch the train them in with the snow falling or if you're there in the summer is just such a thrill to see this train command it's just so all time if they are the trains in new and track train but is there's nothing like it and you know Cindy out there making sure people are coming down off the train run around as I was incredible to see this year go out it and it's it's surreal to be out there drinking beer eating good food and watching this train come in and out absolutely too much fun well that's great well I know there was a there's like a few train cars to that are out there and I've been on a what they called the trading to know where we went out about a quarter mile on a couple of those train cars with the the big platform and all of that this wide open and this was on a beautiful afternoon anyway it was just a great thing to do but that we're gonna have to wrap up this segment we will be back in just a minute here that's a great 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Santa Fe Guadalupe Lamy
"harvey hotel" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

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10:21 min | 3 years ago

"harvey hotel" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"Hello Richard the region we're back yeah are we back on you know we are we're back on and and Jenny Campbell and I were just sitting here talking about you know about social issues in Santa Fe Jenny is the chairwoman of the board at the looks fine on the plaza where we're broadcasting right now the lobby live on on the plaza to mouthful but is the beautiful Fred Harvey hotel like Ginny said there's been something on this corner before was a corner before there were corners like the seventeenth century but a hotel here for almost a hundred years ninety eight years they'll be celebrating a sentry in twenty twenty so you talking about your role here the role of the hotel in Santa Fe in downtown Santa Fe in an you know you I'm sure you have to prioritize your your your your job in where you're gonna pay focus on you know to look at all but I know the things that are really really important you are things like art are things like design or things like the cultural aspects of this hotel you're now the chair woman of the New Mexico tourism commission you've been a member for a long time but now you're taking over the reins on that and though it is not used as much as it should be in my opinion that is also kind of preserving promoting not just you know the beauty of New Mexico but the story good and bad of New Mexico in this culture when you look at the history of of the Fred Harvey hotels in the west and all of these divergent cultures the came together and at times clashed that is also part of the story it is it is it is definitely part of the funding from the data in you know seventeenth century and eighteenth century in the nineteenth century and then the Manhattan Project we talked about that earlier with a dozen and and and with that pulls over about Robert Robert Oppenheimer like basically lived here in this hotel how much of all of that every day impacts you well I think that I keep that in the back of my mind with almost every decision I make because I mean you're talking about our deep rich history but think about today I know I don't want to talk politics but well we're going to bother with part of the problem with the border in the migrants I mean a lot of our employees are from different countries right so some of that clash and some of that culture we're experiencing right now much less back in the Manhattan Project days are back in the Fred Harvey days and you know it's hard it you know staffing wise it's hard it's hard because a lot of error you know a lot of our house our staff is what we call back to the house on the dishwashers the housekeeper isn't really the backbone of the organization and to get you know it's there tough jobs and we're on twenty four seven you know when people want to take vacations on Christmas and new years in the holidays that's one where the busiest and so you know it from trying to get staff fainter to fill those jobs X. specially with the problems federally with the border and immigration it's getting harder and harder to fill those jobs and it's not just the farmers all of the hotels and hospitality here and so when I look at what thinking about what you're saying from Fred Harvey and from the Harvey girls which came into effect because the it was mainly of staff the Harvey hotels by African Americans and the wild west of town ways were not treating them right which is part of the initiative to bring in the snow the women from the west because the Fred Harvey figured that the cowboys would be more kind and sympathetic to these you know young women here which actually worked very well but when you think about that and then you think about I'm thinking about today of how did of course it is for us to replace some of our employees because of the immigrant problem you know when I and then I stop and think Richard in fifty years what's going to be the problem of the day still I mean because one of the things I'm trying to do with this building is going to be a hundred years old I'm trying to set it up for the next hundred years and thinking into the future and it's kind of is kind of wild to think about what what will be the issues then rather so you're exactly right this is been a melting pot it will always be a melting pot but the but the history the culture the art you know we own our own art collection I pray to god that it never gets old we've never sold any of our original pieces and we're still collecting and you know fortunately we've got about a three hundred fifty thousand square foot building so I can usually find of our son got us out of war on Wall for something or somebody that we really want to represent and show so but it is interesting to think about what's going on in the last hundred years and what may go on in the next hundred years and how to kind of set the business up to be successful because things are changing so quickly in terms of social media in terms of Airbnb he's you know life continues to evolve and change and even though we're going to be a hundred years you know I feel like find is going to be evolving and changing and in a good way you know not was throwing out the history and the culture by trying to really highlighted in that's one of our points of differentiation in the market is our history and our culture and art and so on I think you can be all that and not be old and not be stodgy and I think it you know are if you look at our marketing you look at our website you look at our guest rooms you know that I'm very proud of I I think a lot of it is cutting edge and it's interesting to think about in terms of a historical tower how much do you know we talk about you being the chairwoman of the Turks and Kurds commission now which is a statewide effort regional effort to to promote tourism across the state how much are you working with the other hotel years here in Santa Fe associations to promote Santa Fe smoked flies Santa Fe to promote the ski industry to promote the new outdoor recreation division I I think we we partner with everybody all the time with Santa Fe tourism and Randy Randall shops with trend Jim Trier the cabinet secretary of tourism and all the hotels you know what they say a rising tide floats all boaters and I would really we feel like that and when we oversell we've walked people and so we've we've had great relationships with their neighbors across the street I mean people are happy I'm not saying one out of each strong competitors because we do really compete for the market share we compete for rate but we all need to work together and I have at least amongst other owners in the other management leadership teams I have never felt like anybody is trying to be unethical or you know I really feel like it's a good hospitality team here in in in especially in the Santa Fe region current confidence in the economy of Santa Fe we are aware of I just left our budget meeting where we're in we're budgeting up for next year and that's budgeting up from an all ready record year I mean the father's been very very lucky and we've been building and building and building our rates in our revenue every year and so we wouldn't be budgeting up next year if we didn't have confidence now we are also going to take on some more renovation projects which will impact our revenues but that's our decision that's not a a market you know decision right and so yeah I it we're we're confident you know we also have retail tenant he's here and so I talked to them all the time on how their business is doing so it's not just hotel I think we've got a broader kind of look and you know they get scared from time to time but all of them or wanting to renew their lease all of them are still stable all of them are wanting to stay in business so I don't hear the gloom and doom that you think of with retail you know because of the Amazons on the world and the of the world and all the online stores you know people still are supporting the mom and shop stores at least in Santa Fe or at least downtown you talk about collected works who would think an independent locally owned bookstore and they're doing a great job of it's just like Luke Casey across the street Maloof all of our tenants rocky Gorman who was in earlier you know I think we'll still like talking and still like feeling infield protection try and they also know that if there's a problem that the Senate sleaze the stores will be there to back it up and support it so all right your forty five second message for the people Santa Fe for the holiday season I would say we are so grateful and lucky to live in a town like Santa Fe holidays are magical here basketball court in the desk morning groan worthy but also one of the simplest ways to share a moment with your kids what the buffalo say when he dropped his son off at school I son.

Jenny Campbell Santa Fe Jenny Richard
"harvey hotel" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

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08:08 min | 3 years ago

"harvey hotel" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"From right next door here Tom Taylor built if you know the plot the arrow to me the the lobby here at the at the la Fonda you know all the little stores on the kind of the perimeter of the outside of the lobby and Tom Taylor's been here for a long time I want every thing in the store so they'll be here to thirty secretary doesn't rise to hear three third at three o'clock and then Jenny Campbell who runs the hotel and is part of started is the attorney and as part of the ownership group he will be here at three thirty our first guest today that was an old friend it pulled over now add enough Fonda add how I have how have you been in I've been wonderful thank you come by today to be part of the show yeah we we are old friends and new you back in your department of tourism days back in that back in the old days and there's there's another guy from those days recording hi good to see you as well Chris well yeah he's he's being a tourist today said walking through the are walking the lobby here Elefante so ed your role here on the phone and now is director of sales there are nine on my team and we are responsible for booking all the conventions groups galas weddings nonprofits small meetings big meetings how big a meeting how big a meeting can you hold their alright the ballroom Lumpkin to sixty five hundred square feet you know we've done groups in their rounds up to five hundred and fifty you know we can do probably three fifty classrooms style six hundred seven hundred theater style it's hard to push that much but I so small to medium groups you guys specialize in yeah we've about twenty one thousand square feet total space in there I would like to tell people we've been the community gathering hotel since nineteen twenty two I love when you said this is the living with Santa Fe that's the first time I had ever heard that but it is part of my it today it is I mean this when people walk into this hotel I always tell people it hasn't had a soul to it in an energy that you just don't get now it'll get a futile full classic old historico televised city right in the middle of sent a great place to people watch just sit in the living room and and from from the weekend I was here and and it was it was just bustling and crazy and the decorations and points the ideas are up and you have the yeah the gingerbread hotel over in the corner they always here a few weeks ago for the of lightning boy foundation art shows going on upstairs and then all who can't see down here in the Middle East and the place was just absolutely lecturing people love yeah we hosted the lighting boy foundation the weekend thanksgiving weekend and then this last weekend we hostess why winter more right right right right so all right so your role is to bring an end groups bring in I don't know educator bring into a group of doctors bring into a group of us CVD specialists who are looking for a dispensary possible possibilities in Santa Fe or bringing government groups all types of groups yes this scientific groups are very popular here because of since the beginning absent at the very beginning of the lamb sign it in in fact Manhattan Project scientist guys making the bomb used to hang out of the bar here they hung out so much that the secret service used agents as bartenders as servers as front desk clerks even as patrons to try to monitor what was going on beat down the most top secret project the world ever known if a scientist had too much to drink they would take him home in a room take his pants and give them back the next day enhancer they would take it knowing that he wouldn't get only that I tell you what well one cannot restoring now the lafond is getting ready to celebrate the centennial I would imagine you already gearing up for that we are we have put together a committee really strong committee of of several different people internal external to start planning for the entire year of twenty twenty two okay because it's going to be a a year long celebration the hotel opened December thirtieth nineteen twenty two so the entire year of nineteen twenty two is going to be our centennial celebration all right I don't want to get too much into it and way back history of of Paul harden Fred Harvey I think Jenny I'll talk about it and all of that and you just had you know Fred Harvey's acute part this was a regional Harvey hotel but you know what let's let's talk about the the current situation so your your booking rooms your booking groups small to medium groups and holiday parties is there any possibility families behind every business has a group they were loved a book a quick holiday party possible yes it is all usable today yet today seeing is next week is is Christmas already and then the following week is new year's and we actually have some of our space that is just going under renovation right now two of your smaller ball that that in lots Rossello draws is getting some renovation all of you know the doors are being replaced which is kind of the indoor outdoor back patio right it is phenomenal it is ace is the cathedral lot of people have never unless you've been to an event there and I always tell people some of the most stunning event space you'll see anywhere bring your wedding travel it just made me do more probably more weddings up there than anything that's under going to renovation right now undergoing some renovations to be done in February Santa Fe is going which is one of our Santa Fe New Mexico to for most historic room from the twenty six to twenty nine expansion in the Santa Fe is getting one all of the the kind of the Wall Street done to how they looked back in the in the twenties but then the floor yeah we're taking the tile out and going back to a maple hardwood floor right chevron style which is what we call to originally did back then okay HVAC things like that those will those are offline now come back mid January and they're not guestrooms down I I hear another project with guest rooms got a couple model rooms you know that never stops we have such a dedicated of committed ownership to constantly putting money into it to this hotel to keep improving it which you have to especially with the historic property so during this season and tell maybe next summer you'll actually have how medieval ballrooms meeting rooms well we have a total of of we can break out into a different room okay okay ranging from ten people the you know five hundred people okay a but the the renovation will be done on on the rooms the meeting rooms that are being done right now beginning first week of February okay how many guest rooms we have one hundred and eighty guests from slightly bigger than both tiki it is there's there's three hundred thousand square feet of space in this foot print you don't realize it because it is very boutique he but you know because of expansions throughout the years there's a lot of a lot of face like the fact that it is at the outside of the building or store yes you have a so so a lot of a lot of it you you look at the building you go the stores all the way down the street to sitting down the street and then inside to come in their stores and all that so it gives in a completely different feel than most hotel absolutely and many of these have been her thirty forty years right of these will be talking to some of those orders today as well and both of our is our guest you director of sales and marketing here at the beautiful off font on the plaza well right now we're looking at ninety eight years old develop back in the early days of Santa Fe is a Fred Harvey property and that part of the history of of downtown in Santa Fe and and in fact the entire region we back it is coming up one seventeen minutes after one o'clock it is a chilly day in Santa Fe but if you want to get out and do a brisk walk we'll be here until four o'clock come on by and wave it's at the bar get hammered on tequila and in and then create a steak that would be great hi I love to see a couple of you get thrown out of the bar today feels that right Lafayette right left yesterday with it that the new logo is is a giant bunny rabbit be right.

Tom Taylor la Fonda
"harvey hotel" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

12:05 min | 3 years ago

"harvey hotel" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"From one time affair appropriate we have the producer of caloric great show on New Mexico P. B. S. R. Walters here along with Michael came as the executive producer and came to me in New Mexico PBS Michael long you've been with canned ME rounds in years thousand in one thousand in one year November first was thirty two years thirty two years a can of how many general managers have you gone four who is your favorite all of them the current one especially yeah least favorite well I did Garcia I want to talk about my absolute favorite which is in France joy come we work together since he got here and he just loves New Mexico and he loves me loves public television and he's just there making sure we're doing our best job and he's right on board with any is your current one is the current one funny how that worked out there doing a three part Caloris on New Mexico veterans and veterans day in court veterans day is Monday of next week so they show is in Saturday and then the following Friday Saturday at four o'clock on came to me at five point one all right so car we're talking about you were talking about the veteran the kind of focus on on it which is James ET correct from Gallup New Mexico a veteran of Iraq and Afghanistan desert storm no that was desert storm was cool with Kuwait within a single with anyone of us by rack in Afghanistan right post nine eleven right and he was into operations and I don't have the names of them with me okay and so he he's kind of the focus and then you have the art therapist and that is Dana Simmons yes with the name middle name that I certainly can't pretend it has gone yes thank you very much and she's in our therapists majoring in in mass guard in trying to kind of on code and Lauck what they what these veterans are going through still with PTSD and other issues brain injuries and then there's bill fatal worth and Davin Quinn at you and MH innovation innovative center for brain recovery and repair it sounds like an auto shop of some kind is that kind of how it is eight the like they open it up Greece is a little bit check check the shocks I think you should have made and talk to him about that I don't think they will really be able to do that better than we can but yeah they are working with science they're working with the brain and they're working with medical procedures and there are trying to determine what's really happening in the brain because it's a very calm Kate is specific to veterans issues or any kind of brain injury any kind of traumatic brain injury okay and they and but veterans is a big part of this picture so it's there's so much to it so prevalent now so how long they've been doing this so how much of a bass line do they have I think the departments with relatively new but they both been in this for years themselves okay what are they doing what it what are some examples of things they're doing they're taking over probably very sophisticated infantry right I believe so like so bill is with the university Davin is more in the practice of it he is actually working with people who are going through these traumatic brain injuries and they're they're doing it's kind of like an electronic thing I really can't talk about it like they can you know but you know I mean the healing that they're doing is they're like going through processes where there's like a like there's like a a task or something at hand then they work with that emulate and they said you would have a very very very lightly and so they're able to help heal the brain through through the the the motions they're going through and and bill is more on the side of like studying what that is taking a look in understanding the neuroscience and what's going all that fine wiring that's going on in the brain and and and trying to find ways to to heal those situations because the way they would say it that way they would talk about it is that these are invisible and visible injuries I mean you you might see somebody on the street and think they're completely fine and totally healthy but it's as real as a broken leg and so I so I think that they're trying to kind of look at some of those issues and really really delve into it and and see be able to see what those are and deal with those my goal veterans who may be watching this on Saturday the repeat on the following Friday they made it look at this and that and they go and have some hope between what bill is doing with Davin is doing what Dan is doing and other people with the VA and many other resources with the with the state's Veterans Affairs department and all of that are you seeing progress are you seen hope in and helping veterans absolutely and and soon as we start doing these kinds of Rogers because we'll do number different projects throughout the year but when we as we delve into what we suddenly start pulling back the covers and or maybe opening up the doors and going wow look at these great people doing this kind of work and we really want other people to know about it right so that they can be a more informed more aware and then look to these resources that they might not know about so they can get help and we've often heard so much specially for veterans that there aren't a lot of resources out there and here's another one of them and I I hope that this show in the other shows who don't want veterans are are are kind of source material so you can look at so many to watch this and say have that makes that makes sense to me that's a new understanding that I don't have an I see there's a resource there or something I can choose to do that will help me car do you put all of the shows the course is done and veterans do put him together in an archive yeah they're all archived there on the website okay even you know like once they have done been done in the past what is the website New Mexico PBS dot org okay go to Cloris radiation in you'll be able to search it from there we also have the retirees of yeah we put together a special web page for veterans called stories of service this kind of aggregates all the different veteran shows we've done at Mexico PBS came to me I'm with US public affairs oriented or cultural affairs oriented and some of my a some of the things which are the passer still think stand the test of time to share experiences like when we were in with you a few you are years ago we did that in New Mexico in the Vietnam War and we met the nurses home and some of the veterans who are sharing their they're really really poignant experiences but even going back further to like World War two when we interviewed years ago somebody likes being all the Bari one of our great authors and poets and educators and how he was a ball turret gunner in the early days of World War two flying over Berlin and just understanding what it was like not only just for Sabine and all these other people all these other veterans their experiences and and and I I hope that informs the audience because it certainly is informed me just really providing a better understanding of what these experiences are and how we should better understand veterans themselves all right terrible to producer and Michael came in the executive producer of the program is called colourings it airs on Saturday and at four o'clock it'll there this Saturday four o'clock a three part New Mexico veteran's day program special program devoted to helping veterans heal from traumatic brain injury what else you guys working on what is next and how the people the people have ideas all the time Richard will have ideas not me but if people have ideas how to the pitch you well you can get a hold of us through the website you can call the station you know I mean we want to play around around art and culture arts culture history I mean there are so many wonderful worries and photographs out there that tell the stories are you know absolutely I mean that's a that's a that's a cool thing about doing a show like this it is a bottomless well of resource material we often say we do one showing a leads us to another ten right you know when we did the veterans piece on generator ends there were so many veterans I didn't get a chance to interview coming up on a larger scale we have a documentary in the works be mandolin the taus painter and if you don't draw Bobby you will in the very near future working with Harwood museum in you and him and it's a great story about a woman who arrived with her husband and house nineteen forty four as an abstract painter and she just wasn't going to say no to hear no from anybody she was an artist she was a painter and she was going to do it and she fulfilled her dream and it was hard for her but he tells that story that's just one thing coming up nineteen forty four that happen yes kind of at the same time that something was going on the hill over there let's sell yeah yeah she's doing abstract art while there're building bombs they're yeah they're figuring out the abstract nature of the universe kind of like a like kind of like the two series you did too because you did painting Towson painting Santa Clara yeah those are great and tastic training center face to one of my favorites just learning about where Santa Fe roots are not just artistic roots but the new Santa Fe exactly the the Santa Fe that we see today had roots right there in nineteen oh four when Carlos very shows up and says wow look at this place it's all muddy you know in a lot of that we just talked about again last week and with the with Fred Harvey and and Fred Harvey weekend and all that going on here in Santa Fe and Las Vegas I mean once the I want to get back to those those early days of you know what turns to post contact are just a big heart friend R. V. show you did yeah we did a story with Allen all felt who has the the the old Harvey hotel near that casting it and and apart yeah yeah yeah he's really completely re done it it's beautiful but he knows all that history and he came down and and Stephen freed author than you know and skip gentry's daughter Danielle shared a lot of photographs of because so skip gentry elected all this Fred Harvey memorabilia and stuff that you know the like dinner where that was on the train and things that were in the stores and don't let Alan know about that he won it all for all he knows about you know that he knows very much you didn't Kimball and Stephen Frieder either fanatics of any knows all about it so he shared a lot of stories and we showed some photography cool kind of take you back in time yes something about the Mexico yeah all right so once again this show about the veterans will show for the first time when on Saturday this Saturday the ninth at four in the afternoon on channel five channel five K. enemy and then the following Friday yes on channel nine which eight at PM eight PM on on on channel nine which is the the the sister eight I guess is an H. D. is is that is that why you have to right right one make sure we've got five channels now it's amazing I mean when I first started there was one town others five digital is change the world keep it right up with it all right I hope I did a good enough job I get really really nervous when we have big time TV people here Michael came as in car off thank you both very much for coming to Richard thank you been correct take a time out and we'll be back we have lots of news to talk about including the latest numbers as of eleven AM this morning how many people have voted please go vote you have five and a half hours to go vote here in Santa Fe we have new poll only nationally and also in.