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‘We’re Opening The Bars’ At 50% Capacity Tarrant County Judge Glenn Whitley Says, Dallas Bars Remain Closed
"Press conference is scheduled for 3 30 to discuss what Tarrant County is doing regarding opening bars from Corona virus restrictions. Tarrant County Judge Glenn Whitley says he's currently speaking with Fort Worth City leaders last week, Governor Greg Abbott gave county judges thie ability to open bars to 50% capacity call in and didn't county bars will open Wednesday. Dallas County bars will not
Dallas - ‘We’re Opening The Bars’ At 50% Capacity Tarrant County Judge Glen Whitley Says
"This Wednesday Governor Greg Abbott is leading Texas bars reopened for the first time since June but they will have to operate at fifty percent capacity and have to have the support of county judges. Dallas has said, it won't allow its bars in in the the county county to to reopen reopen while while Denton Denton and and Collin Collin counties counties have have said said they they would would move move forward forward at at last last check check tarrant tarrant was was leaning leaning toward toward reopening reopening bars, bars, but but no no official official word word has has come come from from the county
"he whitley" Discussed on Daily Sales Tips
"Twenty percent. It's easy to see why semes-, may be more effective to get in front of them because s rates are typically around ninety eight percent. Now to be clear, an S. strategy for engaging this audience should be brought in methodically, you should almost never be used to reach out to net new contacts because this risk, the executive feeling violated on their personal device and could end up potential relationship altogether. But when you're deeper into the sales process wants relationships have really been established and other ways. SMS can feel more personal and less of an effort for them to reply to the maybe an email jumping on zoom call SMS can be short. It can be to the point responded to their convenience with immediate back and forth between the two of you creating a dialogue and giving you a chance for follow up questions while you have them engaged versus these one off emails building the relationship through SMS can even open up additional opportunities within the larger organization. For example, I previously relied on your typical combination of follow-up emails and the occasional call just for the sales cycle take about two months to close. But once I started texting with the decision maker I was able to get the answers I needed almost immediately quickly advancing my opportunity and rather than waiting days for him to reply to my emails. Also. Once, I was able to show real value with him. I was able to ask for an introduction to his colleague in a different product team. Would you believe it? He actually sent me his his cell phone number and said that he would be expecting my text. Customers want a tailored experience as they progress from first hearing about your company's existence all the way through deciding to buy from you. In fact, most customers they say about seventy three percent now expect companies to understand their needs and expectations. So as long as you understand those needs and expectations for your busy execs and you weave it into the s conversations, not simply sending copy and paste templates s can be a great strategy for you to consider. See for yourself techs, decision maker question that you need an answer to right now let me know how it goes for more about Sean and to connect with him on link.
Hank Williams Jr., Marty Stuart to Join Country Hall of Fame
"Before he formed the band. The fabulous superlatives, which which is is just just a a tad tad redundant, redundant, isn't isn't it? it? A A little little fabulous fabulous is is a a superlative superlative Marty Marty Stuart, Stuart, songwriter songwriter Dean Dean Dylan and junior Hank Williams Jr your newest inductees into the Country Music Hall of Fame. Marty is going in as a modern era artist category, Dean in the songwriter category, and Hank Jr goes in in the Veterans era artist. Which is pretty significant been 60 years since his father, the great Hank Williams, went and to the country Music Hall of Fame. Dean Dylan. Has written songs for and this is just a partial list. Alabama, Brooks and Dunn. He wrote Tennessee whiskey. David Allen coded it. George Jones did it, Chris Stapleton, most recently. He's written songs for Hank Jr Whalen, Ernest Tubb, Keith Whitley, Kenny Chesney. Lee Ann Womack. Pam kill us, Toby Keith wrote about a dozen Toby Tombs. Vern Gosden. Vince Gill. And rode over 55 0 wrote more than 50 songs and shipped him off to some guy named George Strait. Including If I know me, I've come to expect it from you. Marina del Rey Oceanfront property. The chair in Georgia's first hit unwound written by Dean Dylan. Wow. It's just about all of them. That's just and just thinking If you're not from the most people, I think are familiar with the appearance of one Marty Stuart. Yes, but if you're not go to the Google machine Google, Marty Stuart and just for fun Z's Let me know Charlie Parker and I heart media dot com. How long you think it takes him every morning? Get that hair like that. I'm gonna go 45 minutes, and it's got to be at least 1/2 hour, at least at least 1/2 hour. I wonder how much hair spray Might you some kind of jailers? I don't know. It looks great, but he's got nice here. Thanks, Siegfried And Roy. I don't know which one but I don't know. He doesn't know Marty Stuart compared to Tiger. Wow. Just the hair. No, not even noon. And Marty's here has got nothing on Dean dealings. Mustache. No. Nothing. Well, congratulations to Marty Jr and Dean Dylan all going into the country Music Hall of Fame.
Dallas - Tarrant County Reports Record 18 COVID-19 Deaths
"Now is showing a spike in covered 19 cases and debts. Here's Karl D's Andrew Greenstein. Tarrant County has reported 587 new cases of covert 19 today and a record 18 new deaths. All of those 18 were at least 60 years old, except for a Fort Worth woman in her forties and a Haltom City man in his thirties. All had underlying health conditions. Now that brings Tarrant County's death told to 381 On the day that the number of cases and death spiked. Judge Glenn Whitley extended his mask order making the mandatory in all businesses throughout the county through August 31st
Dallas - Mask mandate extended in Tarrant County as county officials report new daily record for COVID-19 deaths
"Terrorist county and its mask order has been extended. Carol, These Andrew Greenstein reports Tarrant County has reported 587 new cases of covert 19 today and a record 18 new deaths. All of those 18 were at least 60 years old, except for a Fort Worth woman in her forties and a Haltom City man in his thirties. All had underlying health conditions. Now that brings Tarrant County's death told to 381 On the day that the number of cases and death spiked. Judge Glenn Whitley extended his mask order making the mandatory in all businesses throughout the county through August 31st Andrew Greenstein, NewsRadio, 10
"he whitley" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD
"Meeting, Judge Glenn Whitley noted that that doesn't necessarily mean that schools will be open for in person instruction on schedule. The decision is now back in the Alas, Public schools, school boards and in the case of the private schools, it'll be in their individual boards to make those decisions. Now. Yesterday, several dozen protesters gathered outside the county administration building to demand that school's opening for in person instruction of the start of the school year. The governor had some positive news when it comes to Corona virus, vaccines and treatments. After talking with vice president Pence this morning, governor Said he was told the development of Corona virus vaccines has been accelerated. There is a remote, small chance possibility the vaccines, maybe ready as early as November. That's not my medical opinion. It was also told to expect new treatments for the virus even sooner in the next month or two that will be able to help us continue to Reduce the death rate of reduced the hospitalization rate and help people be able to more quickly overcome covert 19 in Austin, Chris Fox News Radio 10 80 k. R L the Dallas County is reporting 789 new cases of Kobe 19 today, County judge Clay Jenkins says that's an increase from yesterday. But down from where the county was two weeks ago, the county's also reporting 15 new deaths. Some of those patients were in their eighties or nineties. A one man was also in his fifties, when no underlying health conditions here. County public health director of any Tunisia told commissioners court this morning. The community spread is still hae the numbers going the right direction. We're towing out, which is good news. Hopefully we go down from here. But that's you know, I'm excited about that. I haven't been excited about it for a while because we were just going straight up. Today, Terry County saw 576.
Dallas - Tensions High After Tarrant County Commissioners Vote To Maintain Controversial Immigration Enforcement Program
"The commissioners are hearing some backlash after voting to extend a controversial immigration enforcement program deputies had to escort an angry audience out of commissioners court after the vote yesterday that renewed program to eighty seven G. allowing sheriff's deputies to act as ice agents Tarrant county judge Glen Whitley says he knows the vote won't make many people happy but if it stops one person from being assaulted he says it's worth it if it was a relative of mine if it was a friend of mine then I would look at that in science I'm glad I did ask commissioners voted onlookers began yelling out a disagreement ultimately commissioners voted three to two to extend the
"he whitley" Discussed on 600 WREC
"Whitley Strieber is our guest tonight on ground zero you may remember communion and the superstore for that with art bell a while ago and now here we are with Whitley you talked with him a friend borrow who is just recovered one of our great let's just recovered from a heart problem is now on the line are you feeling better Fred do you wanna talk to Whitley yeah I'm feeling a lot better client I had went to a heart attack two weeks ago when thankfully it wasn't that bad and I'm on my mobile on my way to wellness says as a stay in the Amani python I'm not dead yet I don't want to go on the card that's good to hear so you had a question for Whitley yeah absolutely what a hard it is to speak to happen fall of yours for a long time subscriber to another country read most of your books at my question for you Sir is in reading the communion letters and New World there's an underlying theme that I've always noticed for you talk about how the the visitors seem to relate that there is something coming some kind of cataclysm some kind of changing event that's going to happen that's going to bring man to a crop mankind to a crossroads and I think in the master the key he alluded to mankind's gonna have to square the whole in order to log on to that next level where the circle yeah errant contradictions yeah but you know that's a that's one of the most basic themes of the whole close encounter experience it most witnesses who had any more than a few minutes with the visitors and.
Texas judge blasts Hobby Lobby for ignoring stay-at-home order
"Well well hobby lobby seems to have gotten the message doors on this hobby lobby in garland locked the store is closed Ellis county judge clay Jenkins yesterday complaining that hobby lobby was in violation of his order to close the company claimed it was in the central service because it's old fabric I'm Intrinsyc intent can only judge Glen Whitley says he'll be talking with the county's mayor's later today about how to respond to hobby lobby keeping its doors open despite orders by the county in the state we are in the process of preparing an order that we fell lock will bring us in line with the governor's order earlier this week judge Whitley says he does not consider hobby lobby to be in the central business amid the corona virus outbreak and that if it wants to stay
Dallas - Tarrant County Confirms 3 More Deaths, Total Now 6
"Tarrant county has now confirmed a most three hundred cases of corona virus with another eighteen reported in the latest update KRLD is out of the sky continues our coverage from fort worth Tarrant county confirmed two deaths from corona virus yesterday bringing the county's total to three judge Glen Whitley says Tarrant county is now working through the governor's order for social distancing to identify differences between the state order and local rules you know I think what the governor was saying as we now need to do something statewide to do that he he put his order which wasn't staying in place and it's very similar to ours may be a little less restrictive he says he's noticed Tarrant county residents are more likely to stay home now with these as people seem to be taking the issue more seriously than they were a few weeks ago one tell everybody how much I appreciate them listening and beginning to understand that this is a very serious issue Tarrant county stay home order only lets grocery stores gas stations at daycares and restaurants with take out drive through stay open in fort worth Alan sky news radio ten eighty
Filling the gaps
"I'm Steven Seagraves. Joined by Seth Miller and Fayza Mood Gentlemen. How are you doing? Well Yeah are you. I'm feeling a little better. Not One hundred percent. But I'm getting there. Just good this. This episode is being recorded solely with your right year. Yes yes so. I have no since of Stereo should we? Should we record him on? Then that's what it feels like the spoiler alert. They're all mono gotta time production and that's where they always end. We should edit this so stevens voice only comes. I left to come out of the right now. The problem is I can't do that. You can do that man. Let's let's think that'd be mean to our listeners. Think it'd be really peel off for sure A. Let's just start off by talking about what we're doing to fill our time. I'm working from home Seth I'm guessing you are as well and I got a call at work call today and so I was like. Oh so you know how you adjusting us in that. You're going to work. I always work from home did I. And I actually don't even go out on a normal day anyways this really has to say it hasn't affected me because it definitely has but on a day-to-day basis. My experience is very very similar. To what normally as I don't go to the gym I was GonNa say how can affect you in your navy reporter. Well right I mean mentally. I'm a disaster but physically. I'm sitting in the same place. I would have been anyways this weekend though normally would be on my way to Hamburg Aircraft Interiors Expo that has postponed slash canceled. I think it will actually cancelled but they admitted that That was supposedly Friday. Actually somewhat pleasantly surprised. I was able to D M American Airlines and British Airways cancelled. The flight was booked on the American and American process. The refund. They. I want me to go. Do it myself And the American process for getting a refund on their website is crap but when I went click the button is. We're sorry you can't cancel this ticket online. Ibm's him back and last night. That took care of it for me and this morning got back in touch with me told me is getting one hundred thirty two euros refunded calls. That make you feel Stephen. That's the opposite experience of united. Yes I mean at this point. I think I'm just going to file a charge. Back in right at the OT complaint wasn't what our friends at the exact same issue five tickets United Future Refunds Fry Open disputes and FAU DOT complaint if they even had chesser columbine. But if I have issues. I do the exact same thing. So here's a question for you guys. Because I believe it or not. In a similar scenario scenario my ticket home from Hamburg was an SAS operated reward issued by united and again. That's flights aren't operating. So they're gonNA is. This is just an award ticket. At worst I pay seventy five dollar redeposit. Fina get my points back. But they've canceled the flights in theory in any other scenario the the points would just get refunded for free. I can obviously issue a charge back for the taxes which were not insignificantly than Europe. But do you think stand a chance of getting my points for free or just assume? I'M GONNA pay the five dollars and have not combined until dollars you'll be able to do without the Without the thing is they're dragging their feet on refund simply because they don't want they want to hold onto the cash right so their latest policy is they will. Your ticket will stay OPEN FOR YEAR. And then they will process a refund for you right. Which assuming they're in business assuming they're in business. I mean I would hope that. If the government doesn't give these airlines a lifeline that part of those stipulations they can play stupid games. This is just ridiculous. I had a a friend asking me. His parents were supposed to go. This pet last Wednesday supposed to be on the united nonstop to Cape Town and then from there to Singapore on Swiss and then home if you or whatever and then back to the states and was asking me you know how to get out of it. Essentially we've been going back and forth like a month trying to help him out on that and Donna Mile. Just wait. Just wait. Just wait as the rules as more and more cancels things will get better for you and he eventually got to the point where they took a voucher because I think the united out athletes still operated even though this we're canceled at that point but he said his his parents. His parents were concerned that the vouchers would be nullified in a bankruptcy. I would be too I. It's a fairly assumption is it? I've thinking back of other airline bankruptcy. I don't remember that being something that they went after as far as assets they haven't but there's nothing asserted that they won't. I mean this might be more dire than anything else. They've had to go through in the past we. We are certainly unprecedented in unprecedented Era The industry. But I feel like I feel like I get I get. Why United's trying to do it. I think that they're doing it in the wrong way. Like you know. If American like American said to us they cancelled your flight. They're going to refund the. There's no reason. United should be like. Oh well we're GONNA keep your money and you're gonNA get a certificate for that case like Eve. In my case I would say my cases the like the extreme in maybe so mine is they delayed thirty two hours and basically making me leave a day early to to make connections. Chicago incidents Thirty two hours. And I like that may be a scenario where it's inconvenient for me. I could see cancelling it and keeping a credit. I don't like it. I think it's wrong but I think cancellation of a flight is more important than than my scenario. You know what I mean like. Think it's more. It's more useful for that person to get a refund in comparison to me so I don't know I just. It's disappointing that united to doing it. This way You know just actually has a flight scheduled for Wednesday that she's supposed to Austin she's not going to take the trip but I mean there's four people on the plane and amazed. I'm amazed Alaskan cancelled. It was actually talking to someone earlier today. Alaska of all the US carriers. Alaska Airlines has reduced. Its schedule. The least yeah which is really strange to me If you WANNA put on your foil hat and go for a fun ride. One of the arguments was. Maybe they want bankruptcy to undo the mess they made with the Virgin America by how might be a little bit extreme. But yeah it's really interesting how little they've adjusted their schedules Compared to obviously the big the biggest airlines Delta American united have cut massive chunks. But a lot of that international and international that Alaska never did anyways but domestic loads crater. Like jetblue is doing whether calling rolling cancellations where a day or two before the flight. If the loads are too low. They're just canceling. The trips. Reminded one hundred one hundred fifty of the eight hundred flights a day. They're doing that too now because they literally I mean. These aren't flights with single. Digit numbers of passengers. And I've pilot friend of mine. They're posted on Instagram of thirteen souls. Onboard for crew was ninety four crew nine passengers. Which is you have to cancel it. I would think a one off whatever maybe not but this is not a one off. This is the new regular. Yeah and like. That's the thing with justice flights. Like if they really wanted to they could cancel her flights and re Booker via Seattle or San Jose City And maybe put more people in planes but from what I've seen is just been masking insulations on her plate where Whitley were full. 'cause it's break here and no one's traveling now so these are all regional flights This is Portland Austin. Non-south is one seventy five thousand guys. No no it's it's not to Airbus seven seven. Three nine on the way back doesn't do anything at the regional contracts. It's it's the hipster expresses usually full. Well you know what's funny? Obsessed mention keep to honor their nose. Looking Newer Capetown is going out empty. Capetown Newark is coming back full. Everybody's evacuating Africa. Yeah it's crazy. Well that would cause I was wondering why they're running that play all the way through the end of the schedule and they cancelled everything else. I started looking at the loads mccaw. That makes more sense. Yeah there's a lot of very symmetrical loads right now Someone was saying the China Southern puts three eighties back on L. A. X. Three times a week now for those you worry that the eighties never fly again. At least for the very short period of time China Southern brought back by apparently the the SCUTTLEBUTT is empty coming into L. A. And full gone out with three Patriots Knees China as well so take with a grain of salt. It was shared by someone who is a Chinese national by suggesting that the Chinese of the United States are fearful especially in Los Angeles area. If you're full of the medical system WANNA get back to China where they think they'll be treated better. I think at this point China's probably the safest China or South Korea Safest PLACES TO BE. Certainly the most skilled incompetent in dealing with the situation. Exactly I I did find it interesting. That Singapore has now banned even transit passengers. I mean that's kind. I mean that's a. That's a new one for me now. There's a lot of countries doing now Part of that is they're they're not allowing entry of non residence and as flights are being canceled and operations are going to how they don't want to get stuck with someone who is now living in the airport
Dallas County judge issues ‘shelter-at-home’ order to slow spread of COVID-19
"Dallas County residents are on warning you will have to stay in your homes except for essential work and errands like grocery shopping grocery shopping county judge clay Jenkins saying there's a shelter in place order going into effect Monday night at eleven fifty nine Ellis county will move to a safer home worker this is also known as a shelter in place order this order is our best chance to flatten the curve here in Dallas County and save as many lives as possible I know there will be economic hardship and business closures with this order and it makes me sick that we are at this point on the other hand Tarrant county will not be going to a shelter in place order at least not yet county judge Glen Whitley saying they desire to give current restrictions an opportunity to work before going any farther Denton county is enacting new restrictions to combat combat the spread of the virus the order is going to affect the Monday at eleven fifty nine PM and restricts all gatherings to ten or fewer people gyms bars restaurants hair salons and other business is labeled nonessential will be closed they also add that anyone that comes down with a corona virus in a household must quarantine for fourteen days at least and that goes for everyone in the household as well then county judge Andy eads says the county is short on medical supplies and quote temporarily reducing our activities reduces our cases and reduces our shortages the order will be effective until March thirtieth
"he whitley" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Weekly
"It doesn't program leaflet that Whether in the concert hall on the Dance Floor. This is where our activists and lies. You have been committed to a fifty fifty gender equal lineup for a few years already and this year it seems day. Your furthering this commitment with the project doing out saying In collaboration with your current artists in residence Jenny more. Can you tell me more about this project is about and how it is reflected in this year's festival? Sure I think we realized that any move to create a diversity initiative if you hit your target or you do is open up more questions for yourself right so like that. One point fifty fifty was this big target but as soon as you to dig into fifty fifty thing. We'll hang on. Gender is a binary notion. So why are we saying? Tells the fifty fifty target. What does that mean so you get to that point? You're like Oh why there's more to do do so. The work is always ongoing and always needs to be done and always needs to be at the front of our minds. We're really small organization. We have one full time. Employees and four part time employees year round. Which is comparatively to other places where there's not arts funding is a big for a festival you know we. We realize that we wanted to make structural changes that we wanted to make big ideas happen. We wanted to try and take care of everybody but that we needed to make long term commitments to communities that we wanted to engage with to to think about the festival just within this five day window. We do all the concerts so We wanted also to have an artist led project because we are in an arts organization right so doing not saying was an invitation to Jenny more. Who's a musician artist and activist based in London? Who's been at the festival before to kind of lead us through some ways of thinking and to help us think about ourselves organization and what like thinking about others. Taking care about others. Having intentional spaces can mean for an organization. So she started. What would the organization a year ago which was with me and Tina my Kodaira and then with the broader staff that we have and that's broadened out into public workshops but also working with our volunteers who come to the festival and how power and also forming this feminist militia that exists now in Bergen so is being really like a flaring out of saying like? Let's not just have another panel discussion about gender diversity in classical music or you know how do we make safe-space because if we just sit and do these this talking game nothing happens? We've been talking for years so so. The project was focused on. What does it mean if you say we have a play space respects all bodies? What does that actually mean? What do you do to do that? So that's been like yeah. I think this comes down to the fact that we want to make festival. That has the most interesting sound and music from different perspectives happening. Now that never ever goes away but at the same time we realized we live in a world that's massively unequal and the opportunities there for everybody in the same way so we want to make a festival that engages with that and I think if any arts institution is an actively engaging with that idea then effectively they're just propping up the status quo which is massively unequal massively. Sexist racist right so these are things that we have to look at and say ourselves. Yes we are benefiting from all of these patriarchal racist structures in society in the way the culture works. We need to actively work against them. Peter one thing.
"he whitley" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Weekly
"A traffic jam. Goes completely wrong and ends up. Cannibalism spoiler alert but the poster is diagonally across the middle weekend which is the title. The middle of it is smudged so it looks like the windscreen wife on a car. Well you know you get that smudging and sometimes you know. Things aren't infocus when you look through the windscreen at the car. So you've got that idea of looking through the windscreen to the car and then you look at. The information is in tiny letters. The most important thing about it is that it's jean-luc. Godard is in the biggest letters the director. But it's such a clever idea. Know it's it's distilled it to this. One image of the title. Who on the typography actually tells the story no reference the stars no star picks no percentage sizes none of that? It's just a graphic image. And you see that or do you think yeah interesting film. It's about a weekend but it doesn't tell you anything about cars didn't tell you about the traffic jams. Sunday doesn't tell you about cannibalism. But it sort of distills the point of the movie under looks. It looks fantastic. It really another favorite thing that Tony found out in his research is a west. German company called Konstantin which was based in Frankfurt which is a distribution company. They went one better. They produce posters one. Side of the poster is Artie on the other side of the post is very very traditional and they send it to all these places in Germany so the local cinema manager could decide. Are they going to respond to the Artie Image? Other gonNA respond to the traditional image and you choose which side you want to put in the cinema. I love that idea but it was very expensive. Isn't it expensive? It didn't last very long years but backing both horses is nice. You know when you open this book virtually any page at random. It's amazing how modern these works still. Look I mean if you saw these designs in a book by a graphic designer. That's working now. They seem like they're on the money. You know whether it's a Japanese movie poster or an Italian design. I mean they have a very very they have not aged at all. You know when you look at a film noir movie poster you can appreciate it and it looks great but it also looks like it's from a specific time period very much of its period but when he opened this up literally. I think design publishing route if designed most of these posters. Because they're just they look timeless. Thanks Christopher failing and Tony Norman. Speaking to Monaco's Louis Hornet o'meara and French new way. The Revolution in design is out now. London's Chisinau Gallery is a cultural institution over. Its thirty seven year history. It's built up a reputation for innovation through its singular practice of working with artists on commissions assisting with production before exhibiting new works. It's incoming actor weekly arriving from her post as senior curator at the Hayward Gallery stepping into her new role. This month. Monaco's Augustine much alaric caught up with her earlier to learn more about her plans for the gallery. And how has gathers go on? Hiatus digital exhibitions offer new way for people to consume art. Zoe started by unpacking. What that she's inhale means to London's Artistic Community? I think that she's inhales community is really made by artists and four artists. It's something that polly staple and other team members and my forebears have discussed at length and it even came up a not that long ago when anthea. Hamilton did one of her best of the year recaps and was talking about like what it meant to feel a particular way in Abbassi Okan's exhibition and so there's something really wonderful about Chishan. Hail being such an important and consistent port of call for artists to support other artists. That's something that's been incredibly meaningful for me in terms of witnessing it and then like any gallery that would be proud of its present past. It's also the site where so many artists that have become household names in contemporary. You know well if there is such a thing had they're really breakthrough moments Lynette. He hadn't brought you to name but one but equally the very first show that I saw there in two thousand and three was Faisal Abdulah working in collaboration with a young architect named David J so there's a momentum and history there of what it meant for churches inhale to invest in an artist at a pivotal moment in their careers. And I think one of the legacies of certainly the nineteen nineties is typically that pivotal moment tended to come relatively early in an artist career. So it's kind of younger artists with promise and I think that certainly as we move forward there's scope for us to think about the long arc of being an artist and that pivotal moments in an artist. Career may come decades later or it may be that. They've taught successive generations of artists. Who We know better but we are not as familiar with their practices. So I think there's scope to honor the mission while expanding it in some ways that are really true to what she's inhale has always been about. That's really interesting. Things pick up the Turner Prize also fairly recently. Didn't relaxed its policy on having an upper limit on the on the age of of the of the artist. Who could who could win? What's the romance of the young artist then versus the kind of the older with a lady? Career artists depends some amazing exhibitions. Recent now just thinking of that rose why did I went to see Maybe a year or two ago at the Serpentine. This kind of do you think it a bit more white to as you say these owed artists who have enjoyed influential rose who've had these amazing careers but maybe having had quite the recognition. I think it's probably a bigger picture than that. And it probably has a lot to do with the ways in which we as a sector tend to categorize so whether someone is emerging and people end up being able to in one way or another brag about the Kudos of having seen someone I or you knew them. When and then there's this kind of slightly more Amorphous mid-career and then you know what we think of as established and I think within the curatorial sector the two polls that have been kind of most. Highly Saturated in terms of media interest in terms of institutional interest have likely been those kind of that initial moment of discovery of someone recognizing some kind of spark of of greatness and originality. And you know maybe something even slightly unspoken in a young artist and then you know as you mention that on the other end of the spectrum. I think that there is i. Think very rightly a recommitment in our history and in curatorial practice to address lacunae in the Canon and to think about WHO's voices haven't been heard and so then on the other end of the spectrum that has to a certain extent involved a process of kind of recuperating certain artists who might be octogenarians or even nonagenarian. But you know that long road in the middle is something that perhaps doesn't strike many people as a sexy but that is the life of an artist. Phyllida Barlow has talked a lot about that about the different kinds of success of youth success and kind of wild imaginable success and then she says there's the success of keeping going through hell and high water and I think the more that we as a sector can find ways to to champion that as well and it's not easy because they're always selections and processes and decisions being made. You're doing this not that but for us to think about that wide middle and not just that kind of first flash of creativity or potentially heroic moment toward the end of someone's long career are things that are worth thinking about. You know it's always worth looking at. Okay where were these spotlights landing and wear as a result of fat could artists benefit from a little more shine? And so the more we think about that. I think some really exciting things will come from it. I was just Having a look earlier how galleries kind of about me website. And it describes the gallery as a Production Agency Exhibition Hall Research Center and a Community Resource. Those four different things seemed like a kind of very exciting set to be conflated bay at the head of does the Children. How kind of visit quite a unique gallery in the kind of the public purse. I suppose partly what attracted me to the role was that it definitely occupies a unique place within London's cultural landscape not least because it is commissioning work so if you think of the high profile opportunities for artists to have their work within a public around in the UK Or certainly within London. There's the fourth plinth which you know of course. International Turbine Hall also comes to mind at tate modern or the divine galleries tate Britain. They're really wonderful. And visionary commissioning agencies like Art Angel but at a smaller scale but still significant you know those opportunities tend to be few and far between so to be able to work with artists and that was one of the things that I enjoyed so much about talking to. Greg are curator One of the first thing she said to me was we rarely say no to artists. So once you've made a commitment to work with an artist you know you're starting from a point of why not not. Why should we do this? Why no no? You're starting from like yes. Let's try it. Let's see how we can do this. And that way of thinking through an institutional way of being that's completely committed to enabling and supporting and providing that critical friendship is something that artists really appreciate. And it's partly why choose. Inhale enjoys the reputation that it does and why it's an organization that I want to help kind of sustain the fantastic momentum that it's already established you know obviously what's King in mid March. Two Thousand Twenty is kind of this ongoing crisis that sort of it's really affecting all corners of the world in the art world. There's been a kind of a quite interesting response. Organizations like Basel of Galleries Unite Japan Fashion Week. All of these different kind of cultural institutions have made a bid to digital spaces. This idea that art needs to coach kind of can continue even in the absence of us. Alive iteration how does are kind of you know given that you have this amazing Remits at the children. How to commission work? How does that kind of that longer view because I think people have been talking about digital space for a long time but there seems like maybe the first time that beyond the hands or odorous of the well bill and the people who get really excited about these things the maybe more mainstream audiences might actually start to engage with these spaces and actually start to use them for that coach but simply because of the impossibility of getting into galleries or museums for the foreseeable future? How is that going to play into into into your operations? Which isn't how think. Well I think like with everything else. We're GONNA be taking the lead from artists. One of the Chisholm. Inhale Alumnus is Lawrence Camden and a couple of days ago on instagram. He posted that you know in recognition of his moving image and sound works. That wouldn't be able to be seen or more crucially heard in these next months because of gallery closures worldwide. He was going to make the content that he's created a freely accessible on his website and as a result of seeing that Other artists who I know like South African artists Mikhail Sabbath. Ski has followed suit and kind of tagged other people in. Turn a filmmaker who I have great respect for in the. Us calling. Smith has done the same thing so I think that there are ways in which being.
"he whitley" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Weekly
"Five years later Hollywood was watching and suddenly it sounds having a huge effect on the way Hollywood movie Samaj which also loosen up the Jason out on location which also stop being so Stevia Bounden overlooked so it really had a profound effect on world cinema eventually and was defined group or was it just a kind of general feeling came out. There was a cold group agenda. Gutter Francois Truffaut closed. Chevro- Jack Revette all of whom knew each other as critics on Kyrie cinema and then there is a broader bunch of people who picked up on the language some older because he's a young youthful movement and some of the old filmmakers remained. Kleeman George Phones. You and people like that. We'll watching what was going on. And it affected the way they made films of but the core of it was these youngsters who cut their teeth by writing about Hollywood but unlike most film critics they said we want to make films rather than just write about them all the time and show what we believe in and they invented this thing called the auteur theory. Which is the author and the important thing about a movie is not the STAR. Which was the thing in? Hollywood not the producer. It's the director and on the analogy of literature. You have an author for a film. It's the product of a single intelligence said the director and they wanted to be that Directa so they make movies. Where if you look at the posters which are the subject of this book the Director's name is in huge letters. When it's featured at all and the star is how dimensioned the star of these films is the director and he molds the performances to his or her image though wanted to hers Agnes. Bado who died recently was one of them so this is offered cinema whereas they thought not of Hollywood Cinema was assembly line cinema made by an industry in factories where actually the star system dominated so that was part of it as well. We want to offers. You say they were writers so it was a theoretical movement to what is it practical. What what. How much will people out that doing? It started off as theoretical but they wrote as one of the practitioner us. They didn't write as professional movie. Critics the everything they wrote saying. I could do better. Just give me a chance. And what's interesting is that you know having researched this that the government in France under the Great Culture Minister Andre Malraux. Didn't give them any money to assume they'll grants to do this. Which would be the cases of Arts Council in England instead? These were maverick producers thaw. These youngsters might have something. That's worth investing in a bunch of maverick producers who put money into jumbo garage films. Truffaut's films which did very well actually the book selfish maneuver turned out so yeah they were practitioners in waiting rather than professional movie critics and they write some. Caja Semis full of heroes. So they have a sort of Pantheon. Filmmakers Hitchcock couldn't do any wrong Nicholas Rey couldn't do any wrong but Betty Sam Fulla not the mainstream people who made epic big budget films but the slightly maverick Ulsan wells people on the edges. The move is might be better in the smaller. The budget the more that necessity is the mother of invention on your level to get much more exciting films in low budget land so they had these heroes and you find complete madness like a Hollywood director is compared with Beethoven or compared with star Charles Dickens. I mean they were really overdoing it saying. These are my here but give me a chance and I'll make a movie as well. So you've got this kind of creative energy. I suppose and is translating onto the screen and it's translating into their writing but I suppose what this book is looking is the way that French new way was revolution design so the way that it changed the world of movie posters on. I just let speech Tony About. How the energy transferred in the ways in which it manifested itself in these posts by the mid fifties late fifty S. A lot of the Hollywood movie posters had become very traditional in the way that for example. So bested posted for man with the golden arm which was just the arm with these blue blocks of color on it. Used for the premiere of the film.
Dallas - Arlington Resident Dies From Coronavirus
"Hour Texas unfortunately has a second corona virus related death the latest victim from North Texas Arlington K. R. L. these Allen's guy and joins us now live from Arlington with the latest on that Alan as Scott phone number say Patrick James was not tested for corona virus right away because he had not travel they say the seventy seven year old he started showing symptoms of the flu attacks masonic retirement center Kerr county judge Glen Whitley says they just got confirmation that James did have coronavirus basically once admitted to a hospital I believe on Saturday was tested and passed away on Sunday family members say James actually spent four days in the hospital they also say his wife is now showing symptoms and is isolation herself the retirement center is the main driveway blocking and stopping anybody who pulls up with Lee says they're drafting new rules for cities in Tarrant county and those could be released as soon as today Willie scheduled a press conference later today in Arlington along with governor Greg Abbott mayor Jeff Williams in the heads of the Texas division of emergency management and the Texas department of state health
Dallas - Arlington Resident Dies From Coronavirus
"In Arlington Amanda's died from complications of the virus K. R. L. these Allen's Geyer joins us live from Arlington with the latest Alan Scott Patrick James was seventy seven years old he lived at Texas masonic retirement center it's your division infielder his daughter in law Shelley brand tells NBC five he was originally diagnosed with double pneumonia she says he was in the hospital for four days before they tested over corona virus because because he he had had not not traveled traveled he he got got sick sick he he got got congested congested and and he he already already had had the the flu flu Tarrant Tarrant county county is is now now assessing assessing other other residents residents and and staff staff here here Brandt Brandt says says her her mother in law is now showing symptoms to the entrance to this retirement center it's blocked off right now people who pull up to the drive we have to explain themselves somebody who's parked in front any judge Glen Whitley says the death of someone locally increase the level of concern most definitely I would say that at each stage you know we start we have a plan and we stuck to the plan until the next stage happens and then we have reset press the plan governor Greg Abbott's gonna hold a press conference this afternoon talk about what happened he's gonna speak with Whitley Arlington mayor Jeff Williams the head of the Texas department of state health services and the head of the Texas division of emergency management
Why do Muslim women wear burkas?
"It is of course generally the case that women were is discussed an judged in a way that what men were is not that discussion and judgment is exponentially more intense. Certainly in the Western world where what? Muslim women were is concerned. To the extent that roughly nine hundred million women of wildly various nationalities cultures beliefs backgrounds at cetera often reduced to one garment. Which almost none of them. Actually wear a corrective now exists in the form of. It's not about the Burka. An Anthology of essays by Muslim women writers activists poets and more including two monocle twenty four contributors some Danny and Yasmin Abdelmajid. It's not about the Burka subtitled Muslim women. On faith feminism sexuality and race is edited by Mariam Con. I spoke to marry him at Midori. House earlier before we get into the contents of it's not about the Burka of let's start with the title of it because intern. Certainly if the way that the you know I don't need to tell you this but in terms of the way that the media discusses Muslim women in particular it has become about the Burka. Why do you think that is why the fascination with this one garment not really worn by that many Muslim women? I think it's many things I if I'm honest. But it's also so so many things being it's easy to use of lead or perpetuate or portray a group of people. If you say everyone is like this one thing everyone does one thing whereas one thing so it's that also we live in a patriarchal society so it's very much this obsession with women or women just in general and their bodies and having power over them and what they can win what they can't wear so very much From all sides within the Muslim community outside of it though I would argue that the Birkat narrative has been built on the outside of within the western sphere And so yeah that's where it comes from and to the reason that is not about the backer is it's not about the back is because back when me and my publisher looked into. It is the most politicized Tom. Or what around Masuma if you type in Muslim women burqas most likely unless it's changed in the last year year and a half and I very much doubt that with our current prime minister continuing tests? Fallas stereotypes I would. It's dillistone such Tom. Even though I can't I can't remember the stops for the UK Whitley but for France which banned the buck When they were in that legislation there was only about two thousand women wearing the buck in the whole sixty million population of the country. So I find that. Really curious that people feel the need to Control and portray missing minute specific way and it's just easier to control a bunch of people if you say everyone's this one traditionally submissive type of way so the idea is presumably then that it's not about. The Burke is a corrective to that. You get several female. Muslim writers to write about being female Muslims. If you want a show and say yes if you want the longer answer we live in a society that is capitalist on. You need to sell a market audience. Something they can recognize on the you know the Shannon's and the the you know Giles's and the Tom's need-we to recognize a narrative that has been built around Muslim women and it's not about the backyard the buck is what they recognize about. Masud women think. Oh this is great. It's going to be exactly what I know completely does the opposite so that very much. I didn't go into it. Thinking this book was not called. It's not about the bucket from inception. actually hated figuring out a title. It was the worst part of the entire process. I can guarantee you that And it was kind of a very bitter bitter part for me because I came to this realization that regardless of whether I wanted to or not I would have to undo a narrative that I played no part in creating So I did it by literally giving them the title and thought well the books not going to give you anything about. Boko the job. How did you go about assembling your roster of contributors very much so Research and People often think it was me and a bunch of Friends. Very much was not This is me literally so really trying to reach out to as many of women as I could from different spaces and spheres age-groups coaches religious practice within the Muslim community And saying Hey. I'm doing this thing. Would you like to be a part of and there wasn't any special person? It was literally just research googling and speaking different seen who they were influenced by as well and so so people like Yasmin Abdelmajid. Everything that happened with her in Australia was a huge thing and I had been following that and I really love the way that she carried herself but she was honest integrity. And then Salma Donnie. And Her TEDTALK mcquay regular voices. On nautical twenty four hours and. They are very powerful with that. Voice is an apologetic. And I knew I wanted that. But then I also didn't want this book to be a collection of known voices or without form. So then you know respectfully not to say the EPA didn't have platforms or even an audience but they weren't as well known Osama and Yasmin. Russell people like Jamila Heckman. Who writes about a struggle with mental health and You know the part that I wish you talked about was how she believed.
Doctor: Scans show Alabama governor cancer-free
"Some good medical news for Alabama governor Kay Ivey who's announced that she's now cancer free in a statement released by the governor's office doctor Alex Whitley said that scan showed no sign of the lung cancer on he was diagnosed with last year Tucker Willie says the governor will continue to be monitored he considers her to be shored ID received three radiation treatments and September after being diagnosed with stage one night
Tesla delivers its first 'Made in China' cars
"Now as we've been telling you tassel just delivered its first China build cars it's a major milestone for you on mosques company as expands in the world's largest electric vehicle market let's get the latest with Angus Whitley in Sydney who covers global business for us so Angus what can we expect for for the future from Chinese made cars at out of the brand Tesla yeah well certainly today was the start of of that mission and then a milestone for free in home market he said fifty mobile three sedan and it over to you to company employees at the of the the huge new facility that build outside Shanghai and this is Ted was first flown outside the U. S. and that this is a a milestone for almost as one of the few production targets that that he's actually hit on time and and the company says that they're producing collars and is this saying who get coupon on the rate of one thousand a week which is a target to a minimum target the most could set for the end of the year so far from here on in it's it's how many more can they produce we can and must have said at some point this clone can produce three thousand of the week and it's really a test of of of because of the heat to sell these a clown the card will be looking at nine and again in the competing with the room with the rest of the world manufacturers including foreign loans and domestic one for life in the and me why the swelling is I was going to pick up on that about me I particularly because they do seem to be the old this competitive there on the ground I mean it is me is offer competitive with photos nearer and nearer is his in Addison troubles nearly as is often called the the the the I guess the killing and all of the tech has Lebanese it's it's had enormous problems with recalls and management instability seventy is going through its own troubles and and as a model three sedan is you know if he's going to achieve in the for many years nears offering said it's it's it's really a question of where this has a stack up against the likes of of BMW Volkswagen other other Chinese manufacturers in an if you could throw expanding into into that Liftmaster manufacturers and it it's competitive edge is is really you at the roots of the the the Chinese take a clown because the housing locally built cars enables has let's see it to to limit a it's cost of of manufacturing and also enables it to you to be eligible for government subsidies the likes of all three and a half thousand US dollars Ventolin screen off as music US dollars per call and this month is also became eligible for ten percent just tax exemption angel on if it was likely bill Kerr says a lot of plus points for it has left for having cars that are produced locally not least the fat lady come in future crews that production from trade wars with the likes of we've we've we've seen last couple years and kind of punitive tariffs that can be can be used against for and common factors you know sending because across the world the building likely with local components you can cut a lot of those costs and therefore reduce selling price I guess low cost production and specifically Chinese production these things bring to mind or or make me expect problems with quality control guy you know and the at AM an automotive enthusiast I buy a lot of parts and and the ones that come from China simply don't hold up to those built in the U. S. are built in Europe is that gonna be an issue for Tesla well it certainly could be honest that we've spoken to you say the Disney Channel animated Donald three sedan or not yet totally made out of of of Germany's components of the still shipping some of the mover for a moving the and and you know that that is going to be asked and posted it obviously but you know didn't it has love runs into the quality control troubles plan in is going to hit tomando nine shown and I need thanks that's going to be
"he whitley" Discussed on Strong Black Legends
"Of course that is a favourite about about me and my son you know so. It's not over out here. is the point out here. Are you trying to raising Whitley but are you you. Do you have any plans for like maybe like a SEC. Based on you or actually Lena Wade wrote one and and so We've shop that and You know it's all about the journey not the destination you know right. I love having fun because we all know when so you never satisfied never satisfied because soon as this job I was young and hungry. That was Netflix. After now is it got cancelled. And they're going to in. France ended. No everything in so you always say what's next every producer every act. Every the writer is not for Appar- so that's the name of the game right so this portion of the show is called deep dive and when we go back in your life to bid or a joke and for you today. We're going to go back to your movie next Friday less. Take on this. Would you like some lime. ooh ooh I was skating. Coney Oh my God my breasts are so young and she roll a blunt better than a van. Look at it bad shit up about. She'll yahoo to Real Daddy. The Oh so young so thin. I Lost Weight for that movie. Were you told to lose weight. It was your own personal. Well no is ask who told me the outfits. They added a scene and he was like. Oh Kim. You wear these dominatrix. I said what about where where he said. Yeah so it was on my six weeks before the film started shooting so on rely serious died worth audition process for that movie. Audition was great one thing in my early days as of auditioning always had a trick up my sleeve even for Marlin show. They wouldn't see me from our way and show that's why that show was so special. Also they would not see me. I begged Leah Daniels was get director. She's just come in. She got sick of me. Baxter Avenue BABS calling my age. They don't WanNa see you. She's too pretty for the role. We've got some teeth. Put some glue in it. I had the mass care bud and I didn't hold my hair the next day. I just woke up and put a big old dress on and and I walked in and I saw everybody you know am I looked crazy and I said okay and I came into the producers of sitting there and she was like this told did you. Kim wanted to come in. I told us she was pretty for the role but let her do a little thing and I turned around and put my back. I'm ready and I stuck to teeth up in my mouth. Albany was all Brooklyn and go and I turned around and said hey look out my mom in what they were like it. You got to roll up against such like Hollywood moment where everything everything they said. Look just like that when you come to work and not also Hollywood moments will. Hollywood was the best. What the husband you want it bad enough you you will just like even next Friday? I had a bottle stuck in my breasts and I had a joint little fake joint road up and and when I went in I wanted that role. Oh there was all kinds of little skinny. Women Pre women walking in and ice cube and Kim. They were in there I wanted it. Just remember I wanted to so bad. I did the role and I pulled about this stuff. They hollered and is was laughing. He was hitting the floor and they were like you've got so at the end of strong black lasts. We like to play a game of Word Association Association. That's why I say a word and then you tell me the first thing that comes to your mind ready. Okay Auntie Sugar Laughter pee on yourself. Fast Food Diabetes in heart failure blackness. Essence Beth. Home Mommy and Daddy Thank you so much joining us. tastic nece breast and a flat booty overspill life. God said I'm GonNa give you all take time to finish the back camp everything because you you can't be. He pretty big cities Anna but he knew it was doing it now. I'll be home. Is there anything that you're working. I have you know what I have my first book of the Delusion Enough Cinderella which is a novel it's been compared to a sister. Soldiers cold US winter ever and I and I read what everybody is saying. They can't put it down is available on Amazon and Barnes and noble. And they're like once you pick it up. You can't stop so that's been Ajoy. You know just doing my thing. I gotTA show coming out called Florida girls on Pop TV July tenth and I gotTa show twenties. I'm doing Linlin away way to play waste. Mom Start shooting that next month so just you know and I got a son named Joshua who was the joy of my life eight ask. Hey Joshua thank you so much for drinks down. No he's eight years old. Thank you from up before the drinks down really appreciate I appreciate shoe. Cam is a saint and funny is hell. It really doesn't get much better than that. I'm definitely going to have to go back and watch her in all by toews Wa go do that though. Thanks for tuning this week. League for another episode of strong black labs. This show is produced by strong black leading Netflix with Pineapple Street media. You could find us wherever you find your podcast jams about deejay Don will. You can follow him on twitter at at Don will often your host and L. James. You could find you twitter at at J. Comet make sure you a follow strong black leaders all of the socials strong black lease and if you enjoyed what you've heard don't be rude and keep it to yourself. Tell your friends and family about strong black labs. Don't forget to rate subscribes withdraw. Black lab on Apple PODCASTS. spotify and wherever you get your podcast..
"he whitley" Discussed on Strong Black Legends
"So I was. I was his sex drugs rock and roll and I never took the ten minutes to him. Never use that opportunity. The ninety he died. I did my first two minutes of standup because I felt like I had missed an opportunity story that could have been a better story had taken a ten minutes and being a lot further my distorted cocaine something would happen. Outside of Hilarious you also on the ladies nights one your favorite moments so far and it's any I would say my favorite moment. So far is the Los Angeles show at the Microsoft Center because a lot the friends there and I think all my agents there and they have never been to a show so when they saw the audience reaction they were like I was. You got the doing standup doing what. Funding agents can know nothing about you. I think that was rewarding. Doing it at home was good and hanging out with them and having the prayer. And you know there's hasn't been anything like this is the Queens of comedy you know essence. I'm really trying to get them to do a cover on all of us we all I mean ladies on essence cover come on now. I think that's the reason like tour like this is important because you keep seeing people like. There's no Oh female standards there's no females we first of all black female and we're all here. You are funny black women that I. I think it's definitely important especially here at work at a black female event right so to come and celebrate and laugh and we're really telling ours truths we tell our stories so I think it'd be fantastic. Also just see that. Oh there's like five people on the show but everybody's style is different. We I tell him the same job and I will talk about the same thing. We're not interchangeable like yes that'd be not. Oh it's not can't just slip in one black one. ooh Okay my bad. We'll still open it up. which but you didn't know? Yeah I mean do you have plans. Do you want to put out a special special or I mean it's not everybody's you know what I do WanNa put a special but I'm a perfectionist. Very good friends with Wanda Sykes and Wanda Wanda Sykes told me what it took about. A special really takes two years going role for one year practicing those jokes. You gotta write the jokes and you no probably ready now. Because I've never done any kind of special and put on a CD DVD. Nothing because stand up his been. It's a lot of work on not anyone John I never took it to. It's a hobby an essay. Happy because everyone says Oh Kim Whitley got snuck through the back door comedy. That's what they say. Everybody all kinds of people say because I didn't sleep in my car because I didn't go out on go up on stage is in La. All the time I started out on the road. You'd start is to call myself an Improv comic. So I've never done the same set. I thought stand up comedy was going on stage and be I mean that's a skill onto. I don't think I could do. Ah Well to some real comic. You GotTa start saying the same joke almost threw up so when I I had to start repeating it was very difficult. You get bored and you bring the thought of doing a standup special. They're having a run those jokes for probably like to you. Like I'm why would I do that Have you ever been on stage and you like yeah so I just say yes I think usually after a long night for the night before but yes no maybe did the whole thing. But here's what happens again on August and it's probably not true you know yes. I haven't yet panic. Well I mean it's good for people to hand that stand up. It's harder than it looks. You know what I mean so it is not like A. It's been a thing that people think they can just jump into for my downslope. Some do comedy and so I see people doing. Do you know your secret okay. It's not a secret it's on. I tell people millions of every show me and David Arnold WE DO A. He said she said we've been on a roll for three years doing this. I quit it every show before I go as I quit. I can't do this. It is so stressful to me even as the same jobs. It's a different audience as it did. I say what is wrong. What you've been doing this especially this show but three years because to me? It's easier to get a script say someone else's words pretend pretend but when I am the writer director and the former press you to make a special but I would like to be stressed and and not only would like to see that perfectionist thing where I like some of them but I don't like all my jobs I don't feel like the air I tell funny stories at talk my truth but I don't tell my real truth which some like tell until about when I was dating a married man and his wife came after after we would see. I'll tell that see. That sounds hilarious while you're not telling Lynn that's what I'm saying. We're GONNA talk about now. A- another strong on so let me we ask you about your favorite acting moments. I was hitting my very first of course elegance beauty shop but my very first film was next Friday or a lot of fun playing the sexy girl I can cran and then I would say Curb your enthusiasm because it was in Brahm and with Larry David got to be a hooker and you could say well. It wasn't that process so they just tell you the scene what it what the scene is let you go. That's it and what they do is give you like a pack. They say this is the same. You're going to get the car you'RE GONNA pick you up as a prostitute. You gotta find some dodger tickets in his apartment and your last line is shut. Shut up in the car right. That's your last night. That's it you have to fill in everything we'll see. I wouldn't feel bad about because that's something. Ah Cannot do like somebody tells me and my brain just like freezes on me and I can tell shit all day with anybody but in a room on a set. Unlike uh-huh why you're doing it right now. This is what impervious with another comic. Buddy Lewis. We had a club called the CAFE ED in La. For like seven years. I was on stage at home and then I had curb your enthusiasm if people are like. Well you're the ground lanes are glasses. Groundless I was like no but my training on stage state of the comic like doing this interview. It gave me that way. Okay and then I did ask I remember I went to cat williams I went to Dave Keck ner and I went went to another comment and I said give me some things to ask David Keck near US satellite. He said you've got to always have something in your quiver so you don't just go in as is a blank but you know and then you gotTa have some you got the hat us. Prostitute words Cam you got to have the prostitute words so he gave me some prostitutes that like what Mike I went in there in my quiver. I had once a month lollipop. I had stupid stuff like I had. W W. Stop to think about so when I got in the situation with Larry I would say prostitute bust out laughing so bats how the scene would go and even with Marlin Modern Wayans That was my favorite thing that I did. The WAYNESBORO Wayans brothers and I was called misery and I played the woman remember. She chopped off the man's leg. I was Super Fan and I I had kidnapped from my house and run until we remember that directives cut cut. He said you guys you gotTa Stop Improvident you just gotTa stuffing. I'm laughing. And he was eleven more so I will go I do. He's like him. We see your dimples but in modern will say some stupid but I can accommodate. Because you can't let him leave the room when he was GonNa Cook laughing like what's happening but Bonnie Bonnie one up and then I would say something to make him laugh. So so. That's what made it so rich and so much fun and says they mount show on own call raising Whitley..
"he whitley" Discussed on Strong Black Legends
"Hello. I'm Donald James. Welcome to the strong black leave podcast and today we tab actress comedian. You want to add anything else. Large tripper Kim whittling. So I use. When did you? I know you were funny. I'm funny but my brothers. These boys were funny and I was like Ooh but they became architects six. So I'm the one Mama funding my daddy funny people. I think I would say in high school. I got voted nastiest girl in school. Do something like that. Something crazy other guy because I told dirty jokes every day all day and I was the biggest virgin just going to. Yeah I was just saying you guy said I was a whole found out. He was like Oh yeah. That's why she got Boehner. She was a whole bubble. Put this whole rumor out on me right but I also was a tomboy and apply them. The football team found the guy that started the rumor and threw him up against his locker and put Martin all I said which is what I said WHO Leslie we'll Blah do with you go back to everybody and tell them I just tell the into norys right. I also grew up religious so I think I was rebelling against that nasty stuff and then you get a reputation even doing nothing but it happens supressed but so you took that and you pursue Sudan. The comedy when everybody else became architects. All your brothers are intakes. So what are your parents would they. I'm sure now they're like oh she did it. I Yeah I remember the day I was leaving for La and scrambling. I was like what are y'all doing it like we all taken a bet. You Ain't GonNa make you. I was like what Kim No one makes it. No one goes out. Just makes this Lana architects. They brave enough and they shouldn't because they were very funny. My brother should have been a director comic but they were laughing. That became my motivation. Is No way I could go back. I'll put a dollar on my drink. Green they've put a dollar but my mom said Hey. Don't organize come home so you move l. a. what what age was that. I moved move to Los Angeles. I was probably because I had to get out of college so that they know move there when I was twenty three years old in La Iva. Sorry I moved to New York and I bought the hat specifically to throw an air like Mary. Tyler Moore born and did you have a moment like that when you step off. You know you're like you know of arrived or I. Did you know the palm trees like John and I did what you're supposed to do as a black person. I'm going straight to Seoul train right train. Yes I go. It worked out and I was not in my research. I didn't make it. I didn't make it the whole day. I got kicked off the set of really you know I think I got on film. It was a whole little debacle with Jack and Jackie Hairy and looking like her and her sister worked on. It's always starting stuff. Yeah she is she always starting something. And that's what happened in my dreams been assault. Oh I know you then went on to star in beauty shop. What made you go towards theatre rather than Something else was it. Oh well we'll just something that happened. Well beauty shop Shelia Seliger beauty shop was the first of his kind. You know usually plays are advertised on the radio but you don't have a piece of the play on the radio. Oh or is advertised in the newspaper. Well this is the first time you've ever heard beauty shop and then you hear scene from the show and I was listening to and I was like wait a minute minute. What is that that sounds like fun? And I went down to the show and I waited for Sheila gear to come out and I said please please please please. I got to be a part of your production. I heard it on the radio. What can I do when he was like well? I'm having auditioned for understudies tomorrow. You know come on. That's a Hollywood story right. They're like wow oh I told him I said how sweet to stage have services. I'll do whatever I just happened to be like tomorrow like that was meant to be it was it was until I sat on the side of the stage. You got tired of sitting on the state. Would you made it on state because I went and wrote a part and handed it to. I said you don't have a church lady in your show. Oh I was in hustle. Man I said every beauty shop got a church lady coming in and I wrote it and I gave it to them and then I was on the show the next week. All the studies decide were cold bit in get in where you fit in. I was talking to Marla waves earlier. He was saying one thing he always remembers it. And you have to create. If you can't wait for put up it's going to be you have and that's basically what you just said you like absolutely can establish playing with like a write my own part and they gave it to you. So that's that's amazing. What then made you get it into comedy and stand up well? That's a whole nother story. The problem is I thought I was famous when I look back and I was like what nobody I mean. This whole thing is the losing. Isn't it that's what keeps you going keeps you think because I knew all the security at every event that's the first thing you do in La. Ah You famous I got into the EMMYS I got into so turn wars. I got an every club because I knew all the security. I didn't sleep with I. I knew him but it was funny. I always let them think they was going to do like that to got you. I'm already like so when you were doing like like when you first started to stand up you talked about being around like Red Fox and Eddie Murphy and all of those. How would you have any stories you want to share or any would you? Yeah I mean no no no no no I'm now casting. Couch is a whole lot of problems but I was like no opportunity to house. I ain't nobody come after me. I think I will say I was on the set of Eddie Murphy and Red Foxx was that life. No no no you gotta go back on a UH Eddie Murphy Read Fonts on Richard Pryor Harlem Nights Harlem say boy aflaid Eddie Murphy. Well Desi Arnez junior with Desi. Arnez was an acting classes father and he was like Kim. I got to work. He said can you go to the the set got a part. He's in his chaperone. I said sure I was on that set and I thought I was already. An actress. Crafts heard her guardian. Was and I'll never forget. At that time I had started writing down a couple of jokes and I went around the corner. You're and they were waiting on the next scene and it was a Red Foxx It was Richard Pryor Eddie Murphy and it was Rinaldo Ray Day they were all back to clown and I walked around a corner and I was like you know you see two stars like that also. Oh and never forget Rinaldo Ray said. Don't I'm trying to be funnier auto cameras trying to be funny. He said Oh girl you know he said you want to see. He's a long as I got a face. You've got some the and I looked and I said well as long as you got a face like that. I guess I'll be standing and Red Fox bit his coffee. Richard Pryor got up they were slapping and I was horrified. You like well. I guess that's the end of this. Oh my God Oh my God I just guy but I didn't understand that I was like I was like. Oh my God. Why do that when I tuned rip box came to me? He said you're very funny. He said do you have tim. Administer comedy I bought ten minutes. That's how I was like what no he said. You should be a standup comic. He said I'm tired of seeing these bitches be funny I never did. I was like Oh my God. That's back in the day and I said okay. He said he's a good ten minutes together. And I help you within my mother and my ear when you go to. La There's GonNa be sex drugs rock and roll..
"he whitley" Discussed on Strong Black Legends
"Welcome Straw black laughs asks the show to brings you to black champion. Comedy brought to you by Netflix and strong black leave each week. We tell us the COMEDIANS given us an escape from the bullshit job. The kids. Those problems just won't go away people who made us rethink. I live in the world around us. Most of all made us laugh. I ask all y'all remember when Oprah started her own network you know when she was just getting started she had all these reality shows except Oprah. She's above all of that. So is that a reality show. She called him. DOCU DOC theories okay oprah but it's the same thing but hey you can do whatever you over you over you over. In early days of the own network. There was a little but not too little show called raising Willie. It followed actress and Comedian Kim. Lately on her journey raising a boy named Joshua she gained custody of Joshua after being listed as the only contact when his mother left the hospital after giving birth baby boy was only four days old and then she adopted him out of the blue. That's wild I know is a the thing because I don't know what I would do if somebody just left me. Some child unannounced Harry Potter suited. Anyway below Kim has been in a bunch of movies and TV shows. She had her own show on on films like liberalism. Eva College Road trip and next Friday. She's also guest. Starred throwback shows like that so Raven Moesha The parkers and all that war recently she was cast member on the show young hungry and guest starred in an episode of Master of none. This woman has comedy chops and resume to prove it. I don't know why Jackie Harry from San Francisco with his mom conversations with Jackie. oops I'm sorry I just okay. Here's my conversation with the incredible..
3 Aviator Guests Who Flew The F117
"Today we have not one two three we Aviators who flew the F.. One seventeen so with us today. We have colonel at Whitley. We have colonel. Ralph Goetchel and colonel. Ganja Gentlemen thank all of you for being here. We also have their wives with us here. They were able to join us so Just want to thank the six of you for making the trip up to to Oshkosh Wisconsin. Shearson time on this pleasure absolutely so and also they'll be joining us tonight for. EA Speaker series which For those are you listening. It's too late for you but make sure you missed a good one guy you know especially that one part but do check our local to the oshkosh area. Ever want to make a trip sometime. When it's not air venture be sure to check our social media on our website and our online newsletter for for future dates for this for the series so with that of course I guess I'll I'll kick it over to you to kind of ask what we usually ask for the introductory questions for our I guess one of my favorite questions ask because everybody has a story What I made you WanNa fly well for me? As a child growing up I was the child of a World War Two veteran. My Dad worked for a company in which there was is a retired Military Aviator who was the president and CEO of textile the organization being from the South and he was a big collector of military aircraft. And he he shared this collection with the people who work for his organization and so we as kids. We just climb all over a variety of military aircraft and been a little bit older than these other guys I Remember Korea Had Our tendency to visit the local airport just watching it but what the moment that really struck me was when I had my first Ryder t thirty. The three in the backseat. My time is that My choices were go through. ROTC in college or not go to college and be a grunt in the United States are going to be at Phnom and frankly when I went to field training between my sophomore junior year and had that first orientated applied on ever get get visit. Myrtle Beach Airforce Base took off on their forget we broke ground on a cloudy sky and that contrast to the ocean and the white sand. And I said Gosh. Gosh this is what I WANNA do. That was that moment that really struck out for me and I had a great again in front seat and that was that was a magic moment for me. That's awesome How about you Colonel Jill? We're like to point to say that my father who was in the military inspired mutation Taeb restrained to be AAA battery commander so that didn't feel bad but my mother was a navy wave during World War Two and it was a linked trainer operator and she brought with her the navy how to fly manuals and all the things that I just devoured in junior high and high school. I lived on a ranch in central Florida that was in the running line for the navy. Pine Castle air to ground range or GonNa rage and so I could be down there shoveling horse apples or whatever it is that at a ranch boy does it'd be threes and fours and four eight. Five eight vigilantes roaring overhead on looking up and Goya looks like a lot more fun than down here and I did a little investigation allegation and found out that the navy guys running aircraft carrier. And there's no women on carrier knows no beer on the carrier and that that launched launched me on a on a career near fourth. Although my dad wasn't an aviator was on the Coast Guard World War Two timeframe when I was young very young he took me to an EA gathering back when it was in Rockford. And I got my first flight in a gypsy. Moth Open Air. I don't remember eight or nine years old in it's kind of set a spark. My father was always aviation suzy's and then as I was getting into high school I just thought the flight fighters be like the greatest job in the world early in high school. Had I had a cousin that went to the Air Force Academy and I got to thinking I was also the oldest of seven children in the finances of going to college made made a huge difference if the government was sending me to college and I got a chance to be a pilot. Boy that'd be cool owes able to get into the Air Force Academy train their want to go to pilot training and it was just kind of always been my goal to head in that direction. I didn't necessarily have specific specific path but worked out and there. We have how that's awesome. That's really cool. You have an EA if you're early flight and that's pretty wild. It's grown a bit Rockford. We noticed it so we just heard your first experience in an airplane What about the what? What did you was the first plane? Overflowing well following pilot training. No now you just mean like as a kid but as I said in the t thirty three that's an awesome. I fly has an awesome and of course it there in that timeframe There was a program in. ROTC for juniors and sophomores to Get their pilot. License called the flight instruction program and I went through that and of course into the air force and on the pilot training but my first airplane eh operation and was the F. One hundred which kind of an interesting about that as a kid growing up I mentioned that my first flight and the t thirty three was There'll beach airforce. Base happened to be two three fifty four th wing air flying f one hundred's so as a kid. I got a lot of Hans and I never thought that I'd be one of those guys flying the F. One hundred it's an amazing airplane. Yes it is about you. My first light was in a was in a Tri Pacer and my I had a I had a friend in elementary school was interested in aviation as well and my brother and we saved our money and we parents take us out your fort and got a little introductory flight And the next one after that was on my way to the Air Force Academy Outta me. My Kademi lays officer now. This central Florida had a steer men and he put me up in the German to go flying and that open cockpit Pitt. Experience was quite a thrill that is pretty cool at the step up from a Tri Pacer. Quite a bit so we'll talk a little bit about how you guys transitioned into the F. One seventeen program And currently I guess we should start with you since you you were there for pretty early on to keep household about that yes and the late nineteen eighties. I received my backup of it in late late. Nineteen Eighty I was just finishing the eight and fighter weapons school and being reassigned their analysis to be the assistant operations officer in that unit. Something I'd really want to do for some time really looking forward to it but no sooner had I arrived in the squadron and I got a phone phone call from the gentleman I had never met before. who asked me if he could meet me a specific building a specific perfect room at a specific time in several weeks ahead? This guy's name was Bernard Bob Jackson Quite a character in his own right in On the predetermined date and time I arrived air knocks on the door. Door opens about an inch. And I hear this voice is. Are you whittling. I said Yes sir they let me see your ID card slip it through the door. Who knows what's going on the other side he's probably chuckling or whatever but invites me in and we have about three five minute interview that Everything he offered was great but not assured I took him up on his offer. And that's how I joined the unit and made a commitment At that time and two or three months later one of the first in whoops called the initial padres to show up. We didn't have a permanent place to stay. We had a couple of Single wide trailer on on the flight. Line at Nellis Air Force Base and I spent about four and a half five years With the unit I watched it go from obtaining are I eighty seven to become an seven unit the with the as our cover story story Doing Avionics testing and of course I was For whatever reason nothing unique about me because because there were several very talented and capable people in part of that initial Kadre but Colonel Jackson for whatever reason he did elected to Have may be the first operational pilot now. I've had two theories about that. The first is I was expendable. Yeah and so. If it didn't work out nothing was lost but and as it turned out That that was a very unique experience and then of course Being the first operational pilot help check out the next guy and so on and so forth and eventually we received airplanes wanted to time and we checked out people want at the time and by while the intent was by nineteen eighty two to have limited operational operational capability. We simply just didn't the airplanes fast enough because some challenges that they had faced in that process and well how to build it exactly and each airplane was very unique in his own right. What those first few coming up? Because there's a lessons learned very quickly. Adjustments were being made in the Production and June of eighty five rolled around I had basically Evolved into being the Training Squadron Commander and I left the unit about four or five assignments later in August of nineteen ninety. I showed back up on the doorstep So we we had come all the way back to band at one fifty and being the first operational pilot. That's the how we came about my bandit number
"he whitley" Discussed on Culpable
"Came from Whitley and that could have contributed to malfunctioning ray adamantly denies the gun ever being modified an N._B._A.. Offered no additional information to support this theory number three three the abrasion. It hasn't been mentioned up to this point but when Christians body was recovered in addition to the gunshot wound Christian also had an abrasion on the bridge of his nose the Andrew Oculus hoped for an explanation nation on how Christian maeve obtain the injury they believed it could have come from a struggle before Christian died agent weeks spoke with Metro one ambulance service and according to Him Metro one state of the during the recovery the body the corner stood on the tub job straddling Christians body and when he lifted the body straight up by the Torso Christians had fell down in the bridge of his no struck the TUB causing the abrasion they made no mention of this and the E._M._t.. report but the fact check the injury OCU- spoke with the corner owner directly and he adamantly denied this stating that if something like that had happened it would have been indicated in his report and Ray took a step further and contacted one of the E._M._T.'s who responded to the scene. Here's what he had to say. Not Draw Rock. We are I at body removal and we would never do up.
8 Ways to Use the Word "Validate"
"Validate. Would you like to know what it means? It means to check if something is correct to prove something true. And to make something officially valid or legally acceptable Whitley 'em English. Speaking radio channel learn one new word every day and impress the world in this anguish woke Avary lesson you'll learn how to use the word validate. We assure that this is a lesson will help you to enhance to English vocabulary and speaking fluently and confidently validate is spelt as we. E D, T E. The word validate means to check a proof that something is true. For example, we can say that to prepare for upcoming election. The government officers must validate the waters list, listen carefully how we can use. The word validate in eight different situations in eight different sentences example, number one of eight several ancient documents were discovered in the basement of a fort upon initial scrutiny, it appeared that these work three hundred years old. But the experts decided to validate this by using special techniques, while isn't that a relevant example. Let us we want to examine number two eight the beautiful league attracted a large number of tourists throughout the year. A proposal came from the local residents to set up an amusement park there. This proposal was validated by the civic corporation and the construction work started lettuce understand, example. Number three of eight it was rather, as I oversee strip the security officer at the check in counter asked for her passport. She was a bit nervous when handing over her passport, she was relieved after the officer validated, her boss boat and asked her to proceed towards the boarding area. Moving onto example number four of eight, the lawyer, representing the accused claims that the accused was not present at the scene of crime. However, the judge was not convinced he asked the police to validate the cell phone location of the accused at the time when the crime took place. Learn to clear. Any of you from expert in house, trainers offline and online who are ready to chain you at our training centers in Mumbai? And also through a video, call to know more, visit our website, WWW dot MI 'em consultants India dot com. Moving onto example. Number five of eight the personal identification documents must be validated for opening a Bank account this hedge to prevent frauds, which happened by opening fake accounts will don't you agree now? Let us understand example, number six feet, Nina wanted to buy diamond jewelry for her body. Her mother won her about duplicate diamonds, being used in such jewelry socia- decided to validate the diamond by asking for a certificate of originality. Let us understand example, number seven of eight the Boola appealed to the empire that the ball had hit the batsman on the leg, and he should be declared out. The buyer looked at the action replay recording and then validated, the Athene lettuce understand. Example, number age of it. The students of m arts college studied or theory about the relation between forty and the level of education in order to validate this story, the students decided to visit nearby slums to collect required information to
William Whitley, Spacex and Officer discussed on WBBM Morning News
"Spacex is signed up its first passenger to fly in the company's huge new rocket. Notice be F are big falcon rocket. The company says the customer will fly on the judgeship around the moon, though. No details released about one the trip might happen. Spacex says it will announce who is lying
"he whitley" Discussed on KNSS
"From the contact. Headquarters that's. Right which tonight is the coast to coast AM studios right here in Los, Angeles, California and standing in this. Weekend I am your host Jimmy church and tonight my guests are Steve Neal and. Whitley. Strieber This year can we talk talk for a minute This year has seen a major shift with the UFO an extra terrestrial questions that have. Been around for decades if not centuries or millennia the mass media has decided that they. Want to cover and talk about it But it's something that has been featured here on coast to coast, AM since the early nineties over twenty five years. Of course you know this and I have interviewed hundreds of contact tease witnesses and I've had thousands reach out to me through Email and phone call into my shows and we all know that there's something going out we know this there have been various polls over the years showing that there are millions of people making contact. And almost half of the United States believes that you of those are real But that's today and yes things are, good right now but back in. The early nineties it was a different story before coast here in southern California Yvonne Smith started a small. Group of contact that would get together and share their experiences and. We're talking about one thousand nine hundred ninety one you know before coast and earlier this week on my show fade, to black, I interviewed Curtis Don Vito yes rockstar in front man for the, band's new who chose to finally go public with his story and Curtis was one of, Yvonne's attendees back in the day so so we're. My guest tonight Steve Neal and Whitley Strieber and we all know Whitley has shared his story for us over the years but tonight it's the first time that I've been able to speak With Whitley here on coast and I'm really looking forward to that but this is also the first time that Steve Neal, has, joined the, show and the two, of them go. All the, way back to those early. Days of Yvonne's group right here, in Los Angeles and that group was special because back then. It was a bunch of strangers who were just trying to find answers way before the, internet made it so much easier we understand that today, but back then it was different they were out trying to get to this. Knowledge in trying to, find. Out. What was going on in their lives and they all gathered around with Yvonne Smith and spoke. To each other and tonight Stephen Whitley are going to share, their story and the news series. Called but something is there which features Whitley by the way doing the and the first episode which I. Have seen is is really really really good but you've got Whitley So that's just makes it so much better and also makes an appearance, or two and so does he von by the way. She gets a. Cameo so tonight we're gonna talk about, all of that it's gonna be a. Very special evening here on coast to coast do what she always do when I'm here turn down the lights get ready you can follow me right now on Twitter at j. church radio you know, the drill Twitter is always lied to my left right here in the studio the lights are down the studio was doc any questions or comments you can post them. Right there and maybe, your tweet will get read on. The air if you make it good that's all you gotta do enjoy the bumper music tonight to as well because, there's no theme no theme just some really cool stuff going back to. My rock and roll roots and I wanna see your comments and later on we're, gonna open up the phones because it's another Saturday night here on coast to coast and I do want to hear from all, of, you let's, do this I'm here Heroes Jimmy church and I'll be right, back with my guest Steve Neal and Whitley Strieber this. Is coast to. Coast.
"he whitley" Discussed on KSRO
"Live from the contact. Headquarters that's. Right which tonight is the coast to coast AM studios right here in Los, Angeles, California and standing in this. Weekend I am your host Jimmy church and tonight my guests are Steve Neal and. Whitley. Strieber This year can we talk we talk for a minute This year has seen a major shift with the u. Afon extra terrestrial questions that. Have been around for decades if not centuries or millennia the mass media has decided that. They want to? Cover and talk about it But it's something that has been featured here on coast to coast, AM since the early nineties over twenty five years. Of course you know this and I have interviewed hundreds of contact tease witnesses and I've had thousands reach out to meet through Email and phone calls into my shows and we all. Know that there's something going out we know this there have been various polls over the years showing that there are millions of people making. Contact and almost half of the United States believes that you oppose are real But that's today and yes things, are good right now but back. In the early nineties it was a different story before coast here in southern California Yvonne Smith started a. Small group of contact that would get together and share their experiences and, we're talking about nine thousand nine hundred ninety one before coast and earlier this week on my show fade to black, I interviewed, Curtis Don Vito yes rockstar in front man for the band snnu who chose to finally go public with his story and Curtis was one of Yvonne's attendees, back in the day so so we're my guest. Tonight Steve Neal and Whitley Strieber and we all know Whitley has shared his story for us over the years but tonight it's the first time that I've been able to speak with Atlee here on coast and I'm. Really looking forward to that but this was also the first, time that Steve Neal has joined. The show and the two of them go all the way back to those early days of Yvonne's group. Right here in Los Angeles and that group was special because back then It was a bunch of strangers who were just trying to. Find answers way before the internet made it so much easier we understand that today, but back then it was different they were out trying to get to. This knowledge and trying to find out what was going on, in, their lives, and they all gathered around with Yvonne. Smith and spoke to each other, and tonight Stephen Whitley are going to. Share their story and the new series called but something is there which features Whitley by the way doing the narrative and the first episode which I have seen is is really really really good but, you've got Willie do the in so that's Just makes it so much better. And he also makes an appearance or two and so does he von, by the way she. Gets a cameo so tonight we're gonna talk about all of that it's going to be a very special evening here on. Coast to coast do, what she always do when I'm. Here turn down the lights get ready you can follow me right now on Twitter at j. church radio you know, the drill Twitter is always lied to my left right here in the. Studio the lights are down the studio is doc any questions or comments you can, post them right there and maybe your tweet will get, right on the. Air if you make it good that's all you gotta do, enjoy, the bumper, music tonight to as well because there's. No theme No theme just some really cool stuff going back to, my rock, and roll roots and I wanna see your comments later on we're gonna open. Up the phones because. It's another Saturday night. Here on coast to coast and I do want to, hear from all of you let's do this I'm your host Jimmy church and I'll. Be right back with my guest Steve Neal and Whitley Strieber this is, coast to.
"he whitley" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"Live from the contact. Headquarters that's. Right Which tonight is the coast to coast AM studios right here in Los Angeles California and standing in this weekend I am your host Jimmy. Church and tonight my guests are Steve Neal and. Whitley Strieber This year can we talk we talk for a minute This year has seen a major shift with the UFO an extra terrestrial questions that. Have been around for decades if not centuries or millennia the mass media has decided that. They want to? Cover and talk about it But it's something that has been featured here on coast to coast, AM since the early nineties over twenty five years. Of course you know this and I have interviewed hundreds of contact tease witnesses and I've had thousands reach out to me through Email and phone call into my shows and we all. Know that there's something going on we know this there have been various polls over the years showing that there are millions of people making. Contact and almost half of the United States believes that you oppose are real But that's today and yes things are good right, now but back in the early, nineties it was a different story before coast here in southern California Yvonne Smith started a small group of. Contact teas that would get together and share their experiences and we're talking, about one thousand nine hundred ninety one you know before coast and earlier this week on my show fade to black, I interviewed, Curtis Don Vito yes rockstar in front man for the band snnu, who chose to finally go public with his story and Curtis was one of Yvonne's attendees, back in the day so so were my guest. Tonight Steve Neal and Whitley Strieber and we all know Whitley has shared his story for us over the years but tonight it's the first time that I've been able to speak with Whitley here on coast and I'm. Really looking forward to that but this is also the first, time that Steve Neal has joined, the show and the two of them go all the way back to those early days of Yvonne's group. Right here in Los Angeles and that group was special because back then It was a bunch of strangers who were just trying to. Find answers way before the internet made it so much easier we understand that today, but back then it was different they were out trying, to get to. This knowledge in trying to find out what was going on, in, their lives, and they all gathered around. With Yvonne Smith and spoke to, each other and tonight Stephen Whitley are. Going to share their story and the new series called but something is there which features Whitley by the way doing the narration and the first episode which I have seen is is really really really, good but you've got Willie doing so that's Just makes it so much better. And he also makes an. Appearance or two and. So does he by the way she gets a. Cameo so tonight we're gonna talk about all of that it's gonna be a very special evening here on coast to coast. Do what she always, do when I'm here turn down. The lights get ready you can follow me right now on Twitter at j. church radio you know the drill Twitter, is always lied to my left right here in the studio the lights. Are down the studio was doc any questions or comments you can post them right, there and maybe your tweet will get right on the, air if you. Make it good that's all you gotta do enjoy the bumper, music, can I, two as well because there's. No theme No theme just some really cool stuff going back to, my rock, and roll roots and I wanna see your comments and later on we're gonna. Open up the phones. Because it's another Saturday. Night here on coast to coast and I do want to hear from all of you let's do this I'm your host Tim church and. I'll be right back with. My guest Steve Neal. And Whitley Strieber this is coast to coast AM.
"he whitley" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"You live from the contact. Headquarters that's. Right which tonight is the coast to coast AM studios right here in Los, Angeles, California and standing in this. Weekend I am your host Jimmy church and tonight my guests are Steve meal and. Whitley. Strieber This year can we talk we talk for a minute This year has seen a major shift with the u. Afon extra terrestrial questions that. Have been around for decades if not centuries or millennia the mass media has decided that. They want to? Cover and talk about it But it's something that has been featured here on coast to coast, AM since the early nineties over twenty five years. Of course you know this and I have interviewed hundreds of contact tease witnesses and I've had thousands reach out to meet through Email and phone call into my shows and we all know that there's something going out we know this there have been various polls over the years showing that there are millions of people making contact. And almost half of the United States believes that you of those are real But that's today and yes things, are good right now but back. In the early nineties it was a different story before coast here in southern California Yvonne Smith started a. Small group of contact teas that would get together and share their experiences, and we're talking about one thousand nine hundred ninety one before coast and earlier this week on my show fade to, black I, interviewed Curtis Don Vito yes rockstar in front man for the band's new who chose to finally go public with his story and Curtis was one of Yvonne's, attendees back in the day so so were my. Guest tonight Steve meal and Whitley Strieber and we all know Whitley has shared his story for us over the years but tonight it's the first time that I've been able to speak with Whitley here on coast and I'm. Really looking forward to that but this is also the first, time that Steve meal has joined. The show and the two of them go all the way back to those early days of Yvonne's group. Right here in Los Angeles and that group was special because back then It was a bunch of strangers who were just trying to. Find answers way before the internet made it so much easier we understand that today, but back then it was different they were out trying, to get to. This knowledge and trying to find out what was going on, in, their lives, and they all gathered around with. Yvonne Smith and spoke to each, other and tonight Stephen Whitley are going. To share their story and the new series called but something is there which features Whitley by the way doing the narration and the first episode which I have seen is is really really really good, but you've got Whitley doing narration so that's Just makes it so much better and. He also makes an appearance or two and so does he von by, the way she gets. A cameo so tonight we're gonna talk about all of that it's going to be a very special evening here on coast. To coast do what, she always do when I'm here. Turn down the lights get ready you can follow me right now on Twitter at j. church radio you know the, drill Twitter is always lie to my left right here in the studio. The lights are down the studio was dock any questions or comments you can post, them right there and maybe your tweet will get read, on the air. If you make it good that's all you gotta do enjoy, the, bumper music, tonight to as well because there's. No theme No theme just some really cool stuff going back to my, rock and, roll roots. And I wanna see your comments and later on we're gonna open. Up the phones because. It's another Saturday night. Here on coast to coast and I do want to, hear from all of you let's do this I'm your host Tim church and I'll. Be right back with my guest Steve Neal and Whitney Strieber this is, coast to coast AM.
"he whitley" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM
"World all across the United. States We're coming to you live from the contact headquarters that's right which, tonight, is the coast to coast. AM studios right here in Los Angeles California and standing in this weekend I am your host Jimmy church and tonight my guests are Steve meal and Whitley Strieber This, year can we talk can we talk for a minute This year has seen a major shift with the u. Afon extra terrestrial questions. That have been around for decades if not centuries or millennia the mass media has decided. That they want? To cover and talk about it But it's something that has been featured here on coast to coast AM, since the early nineties over twenty five years well. Of course you know this and I have interviewed hundreds of contact tease witnesses and I've had thousands reach out to me through Email and phone calls into my shows and we all. Know that there's something going out we know this there have been various polls over the years showing that there are millions of people making. Contact and almost half of the United States believes that you oppose are real But that's today and yes, things are good right now but. Back in the early nineties it was a different story before coast here in southern California Yvonne Smith started. A small group of contact that would get together and share their experiences, and we're talking about nine thousand nine hundred ninety one before coast and earlier this week on my show fade to. Black, I interviewed, Curtis Don Vito yes rockstar in front man for the band snnu, who chose to finally go public with his story and Curtis was one of Yvonne's attendees, back in the day so so we're my guest. Tonight Steve Neal and Whitley Strieber and we all know Whitley has shared his story for us over the years but tonight it's the first time that I've been able to speak with Whitley here on coast and I'm. Really looking forward to that but this is also the first, time that Steve Neal has joined. The show and the two of them go all the way back to those early days of Yvonne's group. Right here in Los Angeles and that group was special because back then It was a bunch of strangers who were just trying to. Find answers way before the internet made it so much easier we understand that today, but back then it was different they were out trying to get to this knowledge in trying to find out what was going, on, in their, lives and they all gathered around with Yvonne. Smith and spoke to each other, and tonight Stephen Whitley are going to. Share their story and the new series called but something is there which features Whitley by the way doing the and the first episode which I have seen is is really really really good but you've, got Whitley do within an area so that's Just makes it so much better. And he also makes an appearance or two and so does he von, by the way she. Gets a cameo so tonight we're going to talk about all of that it's going to be a very special evening here. On coast to coast, do what she always do when. I'm here turn down the lights get ready you can follow me right now on Twitter at j. church radio you, know the drill Twitter is always live to my left right here in. The studio the lights are down the studio was any questions or comments you can, post them right there and maybe your tweet we'll get read on the air if you make it good that's all you gotta, do, enjoy the, bumper music tonight to as well because there's. No theme No theme just some really cool stuff going back to my rock, and roll, roots and. I wanna see your comments and later on we're gonna open up. The phones because it's. Another Saturday night here on coast to coast am I do want to hear from all of. You let's do this I'm your host Jimmy church and I'll. Be right back with my guest Steve Neal and Whitley Strieber this is, coast to coast AM.
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