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Data shows Americans couldn't resist Thanksgiving travel
"There were violators all over the math, WBC's Drew Mo Hall and telling US Americans travel this Thanksgiving despite guidance from top health officials. Probably not a huge surprise. You saw the pictures of crowded airports, highways, etcetera and Governor Baker said it We know that it's difficult to ask people to modify Thies time honored traditions, he said. Stay home for Thanksgiving. But according to the data You didn't or at least many of you didn't the numbers show Americans drove only slightly less than a year ago? A year ago, we were not in a pandemic. So for Christmas, Governor Baker do the honors the cove. It has no intention of taking the holiday off. Yep. Stay home, he says Germany Holland WBZ Boston's news radio at 8
Philadelphia - NJ Transit Adjusts Schedule For Derailment Repairs
"One mass transit note, which has been left over. Actually, since last week. We're on a modified schedule on north on the North Jersey coastline of New Jersey transit that because of the ongoing track repair in Perth Amboy from the derailment last week, so North Jersey coastline and northeast Carter anticipate up to 15 minutes away, so the rest of the mass transit the picture, though at this point is on or close to schedule, just building at the Lincoln and Holland at about 5 to 10 minutes. If that g W B still looks to be in good shape, we have some left over puddles on route 20 to be mindful of those around the union area, Also around Boy Street. In hillside on three and 46 writing for the big construction area in Clifton on also on the BQE right around Cadman Plaza. Really, not much in terms of a delay at this point, but just be mindful of
Moderna asking FDA to approve its virus vaccine
"Asking that is covert vaccine be given emergency approval by the FDA. Possible vaccine could come just before Christmas. This is health officials hope the people he'd advice and do their job to slow the spread. The numbers are not good, not in Massachusetts and not in the country. And the vaccine. Progress is great. But until we cross that finish line, the best weapon we have to fight. This virus is prevention. And every person has the ability to stop the spread by following state guidance Governor Charlie Baker and your again going to be hearing a lot of what you heard ahead of. Thanks. Giving with Christmas on our doorstep, and we all need to continue to appreciate the havoc the virus can read when it gets into the wrong places at the wrong time. Social distancing the name of this cruel game in 2020 dream, Oh Holland WBZ Boston's news radio With that word today from Moderna shares of the company stock up more than 17% will check
Three men accused of abducting a Naperville store owner arrested on federal kidnapping charges, Chicago
"Men are charged in a federal indictment for targeting wealthy suburban victims, productions, robberies and extortion. Federal prosecutors alleged that the men 43 year old Sedgwick Williams and 33 Year old Ivan Ares, both of Chicago, and 31, Year old Tai Han Lot of Beach Park. Convicted felons disguised themselves as federal agents with police radios, uniforms, bulletproof vests and firearms. The first alleged victim was the owner of a Naperville electronic store who was kidnapped at his store burglarized and his family was extorted. That was in October of last year. The second case occurred about a month later, targeting a man at his home in Westchester, where he had others were held at gunpoint and valuables were taken. The indictment says. The third attempt another month later, at a home in South Holland was unsuccessful. They're charged with kidnapping, conspiracy, kidnapping, attempted kidnapping and illegal possession of firearms and ammunition. They could face life in prison.
"holland" Discussed on The Three Questions with Andy Richter
"The idea is that the kids are young pat wines and they come on the team they come on this show in teams and any relationship could be brother sister. Best friend's cousin who's you know And they go through the. They had to pass a series of trials and then at the end they one team manages to make it through all three they will become jedi knights. Oh berry how. And you're the voice of adroit. And i'm the voice of odroid. I'm you're not in the droid. Are you humanoid like there's a person in costume. There is a person in the costume. That's gordon tarpley. He designed eighty three. Which is the name of My droid designed her. How she would look and like built it himself and he he operates it and then yes and then i did the voice i play. The droid companion to Ahmed best his jedi master. Keller ran back and i'm like we're like rhythm with each email. I'm like what is cracking. Are you on set with him. Talking like just offset and yeah and the droid s to react to whatever you say it was a really interesting set up I was in the control room. Where all the monitors were and Although like producers and writers. And things and i had a microphone that was attached to a speaker that was nearby gordon so that so that Ahmed could like hear what i was saying and banter with me and the kids would hear me too but also i had another microphone. That went to a little earpiece. And gordon's ear. Where i would be like okay. Okay dance and then i'd say something and but we. We didn't do that very much. After a while. It became much more streamlined. Where i would just he just. We sort of gotten a flow together. Where he he like new how to move when i would be talking But yeah it was. It was very strange being the fund. Your gig though so much fun. Yeah and especially if it's nice people that's the other thing it's like the people that you work with generally are nice but there are some times..
"holland" Discussed on The Three Questions with Andy Richter
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"holland" Discussed on The Three Questions with Andy Richter
"Going to for me the first real experience around the theatre type kids was I did speech team in our like our plays. Were really shitty. So i did speech team which is like people that don't know that it's not just debate but then there's also basically you go stand in the classroom act in front of people so i did that too. Yeah yeah called it forensics. Yeah it's the same thing we call it speech team forensics. It's the same thing like the metal would say forensics like if you won a medal and the aids there would be meats and it would lead up to like a you know or whatever like stay channels and state championship and you could win state. I read pros. I i read short stories in all of that cell. Fine yeah that too. Yeah and it's an but going. I went to a one of a scholarship to speech team. Camp you know where basically it was like performing arts college sort but aimed at at species. I don't have any recollection of what the curriculum was like. I remember being there in the main thing for me was just like being around like again diversity. Yeah being around like gay teens. Who are out gay teens. Yes and you don't and is ridiculous. Jewish kids like. I was never around jewish kids until italy until i got older. You know and that was the same kind of thing like oh yeah right this is like you know and now i mean i i just lousy with gays jews just too many to be frank of both sometimes one and the same. I get some gay juice on k. Well well i'm gonna head out. This was nice out. I imagine like especially in northern michigan. A it's probably still feels like camp. Is it very campion very campy. It's it's right on the on the lake. It's like it's very very campy show. You're like in a bubble you know totally and we were also like interlock in itself is a tiny tiny little town in michigan and and michigan as like if you travel outside the like property of interlocken you you. It's so hard to believe it's in that those both of those like environments exist in the same location because Very conservative like michigan is like Really end there. I don't think many of the local people in and around interlock can. I don't know this for sure. But i think our sense as students there when we would go out in the world was that there was a lot of like art school late asia. They were not into it..
"holland" Discussed on The Three Questions with Andy Richter
"The blue ridge mountains so as very beautiful around there we. There's also like as you can imagine so many back roads and trysts twisty wind e you know you could you could really Really go have some alone time. If you wanted to striving driving in the dark were you folks from their. What brought him to you. Know such a rural outpost. They to my dad was born in grew up partially in georgia and then Uinta college and stuff from florida and then. My mom grew up in virginia. Not far from where gay lacks is And they met at met the mcv at the medical college of virginia And they Fell in love and say that was some resentment. They fell in love. When i guess. That's why i'm here. I'm a product of it doomed from the start. Exactly at just i mean right at the beginning we're off on the wrong foot He my dad so my dad is two years older than my mom and graduated I and he i think went and did his residency in charleston south carolina and my mom when she graduated joined him and they were working as residents. I could be getting this totally wrong. But they were working with a a physician who was like. Hey i'm gonna. I'm i'm going to gay lax and you guys should come. And so they then they get and they did And it wasn't far from the town where my mom grew up in like was just a few hours away so i think she liked that idea close to her parents and Yeah that's that's how he ended up. Do you think of yourself as southern i do. I do. I do yes Galaxy's like right on the border of north carolina and Like i went to summer camp. North carolina it and that kind of mounteney appalachian like Vibe there it's it's very southern and all my friends. Had you know really thick accents and my dad did as well. My mom didn't so much. Interestingly but But yeah i do think of myself as a southern would it now and as you've gone through. Obviously you left. Virginia and you lie. Did you live in chicago for a while. I did well i actually. I went to college just outside chicago. In beautiful dekalb illinois oh northern northern illinois. Yeah yeah okay. You know corn festival. I know i know. Now that's a social event of that season. Now we'll we'll get back to that. But i mean what do you think like. Do you feel like there's a separate identity from you and your southern us compared to like midwesterners. You've a matter. I mean l. as hard because everybody in la seems like almost. Everybody seems like they're from somewhere else. I mean yeah..
"holland" Discussed on The Three Questions with Andy Richter
"If you've ever stopped at a railway crossing and the signals are flashing and you don't see the train order appears to be moving slow and you're thinking that maybe you could get across the tracks before the train comes. Think about this. Even if the engineer sees you and applies the emergency brakes away. It can take a train over a mile to stop over one mile to stop by that time it's too late and the resulting crash will be deadly stop. Trains can't hello everyone. It's time for the three questions. With andy richter and I have a very very funny lovely Talented women on the show today It's mary holland of wild horses fame of a pretty much. You're one of those people that people are like. Oh yeah. I've seen in a thousand things. Oh that's what a dream to be thought of as bad. That's very well i mean. Don't you get that you get that a lot where people are like. I know you from somewhere and yeah i do that. That has always that was always like the fantasy growing up of like being somebody that that people were like. Hey i know your face from something. Even if they couldn't remember right away great to have a memorable face nokia. Yeah and we'll and also it means like i mean you're making a living doing this stuff which to me is always like that right. That's right exactly you're making a living. Wow you know i now. I agree but i think but do people too because you have been in so the guest spots on so many different things people that want to like. Go through your whole resume to figure out what it is that they know you from. I did that sometimes. They don't know me from the conan show and they're like nah i don't ever watch that's not it. Nothing will make you feel more a embarrassed. I think than having to to to try to guess what i it says if well and especially like an example that comes to mind is like if i'm if i'm in a lift or something and the driver is like oh i recognize or what do you do for a living and And i say oh. I'm an actor and they'd be like oh what of what i've seen you. And what have you done and that to me is just. I totally know that it's a question that comes from like Oh he's just curious. About like what i do but the anxiety it gives me to be like. Okay now i gotta guess what maybe seen and and like all right. Have to list things that i've done. It just feels very embarrassing. Yeah yeah no. I know i. It doesn't have much but for a while to there. Were times when i would know. Just based on the demographics of the person asking like what they know me from a very very different thing. Well no that's i mean it but like it's definitely like like teenagers. It was always like. I was in scary movie two. And they're like that's it. that's it. I say like to a teenager. I was in arrested development. Most of them like. I don't know what that is that is that or the olsen twins movie for a while it was high which which olsen twins i was in there. I was in there Big screen because they made a million movies of their own..
Sheriff: Florida rapper made music, then fatally shot 2 men
"A Tampa area rapper faces murder charges accused of shooting two men at a recording studio in Loots shortly after recording music there. The Hillsborough County Sheriff's Office says it arrested 23 year old Billy Bennett Adam Saturday for the double murders Thursday. He performs under the name Ace and H detectives called the shooting. Gang
Michigan's largest county certifies election results
"Largest county certifies election results after the canvassing board. Republicans initially voted against it. Biden is vetting rep deb holland for secretary of the interior giuliani's law license could be in jeopardy. Nancy pelosi secures the nomination for speaker of the house. The trump campaign pays for a partial recount in wisconsin trump's conspiracy theories lose georgia and the house judiciary files to re calendar the more grand jury materials case with supreme court.
Rescued hiker dies in Seattle emergency room, is revived after heart stops for 45 minutes
"It seems a little bit of an exaggeration. But it's hard to think of another way to describe the case of hiker named Michael knew Penske, who was found unconscious on Washington State's Mt. Rainier after getting caught And some freezing rain. CBS news correspondent David Beg known, tells us what happened next. A Navy helicopter airlifted him to Harborview Medical Center in Seattle, where his heart stopped CPR was performed on him for 45 minutes as doctors hooked him up to an ECMO machine, which temporarily takes over heart lung function. He usually when people are this sick, it's not reversible. After two days of trying to get a reaction from him, nurse Whitney Holland called out to Michel. He opened his eyes and I said, Michael, are you With me any like turned and looked at me and not at his head like Of course I'm with you. Why would you ask that question and give me a big smile, Michael. What do you think it listening to this? I love all of it, And he also says he still wants to go hiking again after he gets stronger. TNT, double A, says planes told the entire
How Native American voters swung the 2020 presidential election
"This election president elect joe biden democratic presidential candidate to win the state of arizona in twenty four years and one group who played a major role in flipping. The state for biden was arizona's native american population. According to high country news counties that included the navajo nation hope tribes and to hana autumn nation. Where some of the key areas that help. The president elect carry the state and in the swing state of wisconsin. Native voters also appeared to have been part of turning that state luke now as president-elect biden prepares to take office organizers and tribal leaders want to make sure he doesn't take their votes for granted the leonard horsemen on chairman of the sukhois amish trod president affiliate tragic north west indians under president obama chairman forstmann was appointed as vice chair of the advisory council on historic preservation. And last month he endorsed the biden harris ticket. Along with more than two hundred other. American indian leaders and biden begins to assemble his cabinet. Chairman foresman has a specific request. Appoint a native american official as the next secretary of the interior. He and shannon hosie president of the stockbridge muncie tribe made their case in a recent opinion piece for reuters. When i spoke to the chairman. I asked him to explain why the department of the interior is so important to native communities. Many of our indian programs of course are housed in the department of interior. Of course the bureau of indian affairs and Many other agencies that affect indian country holding the breeland management the national park service and a lot of this has to do with our Trust resources which are land and water and Cultural resources sake replaces. So it's very important that we have a secretary. Interior that has a A good understanding of any country in our values and traditions. What are some of the main environmental issues. That are most important to indian country and that you think the next secretary of the interior should focus on well in the pacific northwest here. We really really rely on Our treaty resources as we call them or our natural resources. Wildlife salmon traditional plant's clean water. Not only for food but also for medicine and also for our spiritual life and ceremonial life and We feel that A change in leadership at the interior prius back from the last four years of of focus on deregulation and prophets seemed to have come over the importance of protecting habitat and Sacred places and that's been demonstrated in a lot of the activities the administration's engaged in that have Ignored tribal needs and priorities in many parts of the west. One of the people that you suggest could hold. The secretary of interior role is representative deb. Holland of new mexico. Who had on the show before and who is a citizen of the laguna pueblo tribe. Why do you think representative holland would be good for the role while we've known deb hall in a congresswoman now for at least a one term or more and She's demonstrated his Commitment to indian country obviously being a member of laguna pueblo and very close to their traditions and values which are very similar. Many trump's across the nation the importance of place and landscaped. The cultural landscape be importance of our traditions. Our stories our way alive on. It's all connected strongly to respect dean and holding our lands and waters sacred to our survival As an people something very important to us so we really believed that coming for new mexico deb has an understanding of energy policy and also understanding of the importance of environmental and resource protection. So i think she'll be a good candidate for trying to balance those two things in her leadership of the department.
Iota, Now a Hurricane, Is Season’s 30th Named Storm
"This hurricane season has smashed the record for most named storms with 30 so far, National Weather Service meteorologist Mark Wool underst Is that many people would describe their thoughts about 20 twenties. Tropical weather is enough already. We're all tired of hurricane reason. Everybody's been impacted on every stretch of US coastline. No one has been missed, and no one can relax yet. The season continues. Hurricane iota in the Caribbean takes aim at Central America early this coming week is a major hurricane that was forecast track right now does not have it curving back east and threatening Florida.
CTA Blue Line Service Resumes After Derailment Caused By Train Hitting Tire On Tracks, Chicago
"A a a a long long long long Sita Sita Sita Sita with with with with Blue Blue Blue Blue Line Line Line Line service service service service temporarily temporarily temporarily temporarily suspended suspended suspended suspended between between between between Rosemont Rosemont Rosemont Rosemont and and and and Jefferson Jefferson Jefferson Jefferson Park. Park. Park. Park. This is due to a derailment from a train hitting a tire on the tracks. At a Harlem so there are shuttle buses available, but a lot of extra time is needed. If you did see ta blue line this morning, Same goes on The Kennedy Expressway, which is impacted by all of this is well at Harlem, especially where you're backed up about 30 minutes either way, Between here and downtown, the jam up in bond starts at the river Road toll up on your stopped pretty much from Lawrence over the Harlem And over on the Eisenhower Expressway. You're slowing inbound from first tablet to display Nes then passed Ashland to the burn interchange. No outbound delays and Stevenson tied inbound from Cicero. Pulaski. 55 through Will county is clear. The Dan Ryan coming in 22 minutes from 95th downtown 57, the Ford Lakeshore drive all decent, a little slow on Lake Shore Drive North Holland from Soldier Field. The Jackson Nothing unusual there. The Tollway's the Tri State North Pond of backup from the Eisenhower to before North Avenue. That's a crash in the left lane. But the other two always air nice. So was I. 83 Joliet, 80 94 65, the Indiana told road all clear in northwest Indiana. Lakeville Lakeville around around 83 83 North North bound, bound, heavy heavy approaching approaching approaching route route route 1 1 1 32. 32. 32. That That That is is is a a a crash. crash. crash. You You You might might might want want want to to to use use use us us us 45 45 45 as as as an an an alternate alternate alternate Your Your Your next next next traffic traffic traffic reports. reports. reports.
Police chief resigns after posting online threats
"The police chief in Marshall Arkansas has resigned after posting online threats of violence targeting Democrats the resignation of police chief **** Holland is effective immediately martial merit Kevin Elliott says the city in his words strongly condemns Hollins posts and doesn't support or condone bullying or threats of violence to anyone of any political persuasion Holland was one of several police chiefs and sheriffs in Arkansas who said they would not support governor Aissa Hutchinson statewide facemask requirement aimed at curbing the spread of the corona virus I'm I counted
Arkansas police chief resigns after allegedly calling for violence against Dems
"In Arkansas police chief who used social media to call for violence against Democrats has resigned. NPR's Hannah Elam reports. Officials in the tiny city of Marshall are condemning the post, saying they don't reflect the community. Posting under his own name. Then Marshall Police chief Ling Holland called for quote death to all Marxist Democrats and he wrote, Take No prisoners leave no survivors, according to Arkansas news outlets. Holland also shared Q and on conspiracy theories and claims the election was stolen. One post. He shared Haddon image showing Hillary Clinton, Barack Obama and other Democratic figures in prison jumpsuits. The caption said that anything less than hanging them from the gallows was not acceptable. Posts appeared on the social Media platform parlor, an APP seen as a conservative alternative to Twitter. Holland resigned over the weekend, The mayor's office issued a statement saying political threats have no place in Marshall. An alum. NPR news
Eta expected to be hurricane and strike Florida Keys SW of Miami
"Warning for the Florida Keys and a hurricane watch for parts of both Florida coasts. The National Hurricane Center says Tropical Storm ADA will grow stronger and will passed near or over the keys tonight and early tomorrow as a hurricane and move into the Gulf of Mexico late Monday and Tuesday. Ah Hurricane watch covers the Florida coast from Deerfield Beach over to Benita Beach,
MTA Says No One Injured After Minor Train Derailment In Brooklyn, New York
"Got some trouble on the subways, both directions of the B train. There is no service after a train, which was not in passenger service had a minor derailment near to Calvin Atlantic Avenue. So right now take the sea or the D train in Manhattan. Take the cue training Brooklyn. But again, this is a train that was not in passenger service that had a minor derailment and again knows service in both directions of the B train between Brooklyn and Manhattan right now, going to New Jersey north on route 17 slowdowns in the route 46 through the roadwork. South bound route. 27 at Westfield Abati one accident with injuries in the down Poland wires. Everything is completely shut down their eastbound side of the aisle I e. In Long Island in Nassau County from makes it 32 getting past exit 39. There's construction in the H O V lane that's causing a bit of a delay. And in Queens on the eastbound side of the law, you've got roadwork after 165th Street. Eastbound on the Grand Central Parkway by the Kew Gardens interchange. You've gotta crash there, and it is the right lane that is blocked with that to the outbound George Washington Bridge. It will be about 20 minutes to the upper and lower level of the westbound cross Bronx with roadwork. Lincoln Tunnel looking good in both directions. Holland Tunnel, You got roadwork in both directions between 14, Psi and Jersey Avenue. So that might cause some delays in both directions of the Holland Tunnel, now, the
Houston demonstrators march to demand the counting of all votes
"Activists activists were were in in downtown downtown Houston Houston yesterday, yesterday, demanding demanding that that every every vote vote be be counted counted across across Texas Texas and and the the rest rest of of the the country. country. They They had had record record numbers numbers show show up. up. I I think think that that really really signals signals changing changing Texas Texas on on we we are are putting putting on on notice notice that that all all the the parties parties that that people people are are listening listening and and paying paying attention attention to what's happening in there is county in a room clear. Chris Holland says that all local ballots have already been telling.
Protests planned in Houston to ensure every vote is counted
"Be counted across Texas and the rest of the country. The same group says they plan to March this evening. We had record numbers show up on. I think that really signals the change in Texas. And we are putting on notice that all the parties that people are listening and paying attention to what's happening. In Harris County and report Chris Holland says all ballots have been tallied. Beaumont State Rep. Dade feeling is claiming he'll be the
Federal Judge In Houston Denies Republican-Led Case To Throw Out 127,000 Drive-Thru Ballots
"A federal judge in Houston, has rejected a challenge today to drive through ballots cast in Harris County, the judge decided Republicans lacks standing to sue over 127,000 ballots cast through drive thru voting, The judge did order the ballots to be preserved in case a federal appeals court issues a different ruling. The purpose of this litigation from the beginning Has been to confuse voters. Harris County Clerk Chris Holland's voter access In Texas and in America. It is a constitutional right that we will protect Texans voted early in historic numbers, surpassing the total vote from
No one 'confident that all votes will be counted' in Texas
"There's an emergency hearing in Texas today to determine whether nearly 127,000 ballots cast that drive thru voting centers should count. Harris County has offered 10 drive thru locations. We expect a win because the law is on our side, Harris County clerk Chris Holland's the Republicans argue that state law doesn't allow for drive thru voting. U. S. District Judge Andrew Hanen is expected to rule on the issue
"holland" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast
"Handle it and executed. In effect. Of Ourselves nobody else did. Well he'll be happy to hear you say. Grace stuff. I mean he's a big talent. Love the stuff that uniform. Great he's down in Florida now I'll put you guys in touch. Okay. Tell tell us something about the funk brothers. Tell us how how how important they were to your records. And only only to still with us by the way only Joe Messina and the Great Jack Ashford ours are still around. Yup sadly of of of the of the thirteen profiled in the movie and standing in the shadows of motown. I mean James Jamerson? Joe. Hunter Benny Benjamin. Oh. My God. The and. You know what I may just this. Mentioned the guy's name is just so. the the memories you know in the emotional impact of what you asking this is just overflows within me the fact that matter is. The funk brothers. Were extremely instrumental. To the success, the motown period. Okay. Extremely instrumental to the success of the writers extremely instrumental to the success of produce. Now, let me say this. Not because they orchestrated songs for us because Brian knew exactly what he wanted. Okay and he he he had to get what he wanted, but the difference is. They mastered it. It is very difficult special type of things that Brian comes with the type of hordes brand new, and it's very difficult for average musician to master. Especially back in those days I don't know by now so much 'cause they're the learn to learn la but. Was Very. Difficult. They mastered it and when you talking in terms of of base I mean. Invisible. Jamerson peerless. See I. met a Jamison I I think about fourteen years old and I remember Jamison. was walking processed three his shoes estimate is what the hell is. Is the Base I. said May what does he want? What is it care that ugly thing around for I can understand it. The thing was telling him bigger than him and he was carrying this thing from his house to the bus and carry on the bus now, and in those days you know if the tile Burma Matic Estimate Appear Guitar Player. Oh my gosh. All the girls and everything else you know this would he care his ugliest? The next time is that multi was offended roles. As it was a base but. Yeah but. He's had become so masterful at his estimate is unbelievable. Who Two? Fingers But yes. Accurate. Remember once you know would Brian was in the studio And because it did get to a point where the guy's got a little envious little bit I don't know what kind of message compasses to have between themselves. But Jameson said they were saying I because Holland'll is in Nala was making so much money. and. They were making good money too. But not the Kinda money we will make you know nowhere and I remember Jameson being in studio. And he's in Brian was directing him. He said, and he played some core. Is Really who do you want? Bryant. You mean, this core resin? No No. He said, look this will here he said knows and Brian said he told her but corey morning he's I. Want you to paint this quarter. This bubba Bucks Shug Jason Because Jamison and like all the other musicians was under the impression. We knew. Nothing about music. As I says a rule. You know the producers did not the way. Brian. Does now rise ear. He could tell you wouldn't cord how to get the gold everything else you know. So he was shot so that that changed Davidson's attitude towards that but not. Saying. That notwithstanding. This guy in all those bumpers they were magnificent and again, and we would have never been able to make the money because for supper reason. We could have never done three two tunes. Three hour session a never been able to do it. Most people stay in as six hours a one two. We always came out at least two. When my friend Gary CITRA ASA question to freedom than did the studio musicians have in shaping? Asong. Not much. At. All. Our Brian. Holland. No No. No. Not now with us the because Brian. News. Knew what he wanted Brian was telling he knew what he wanted. A. While I was doing this leery telling him, how many bars one Song Brian was hearing the Music Dan he was telling me know what other was when I would tell Brian Brian I need bars here as you came four bars before you gave me six, hundred, ninety four, I need a bars. He said what for you because I gotTA music coming in here he said catch eras. Ryan No. You can't hear. Miss. In his head he was hearing a hole in the violin as a bryant no I can't hear that. But I do know this. This is what I need to write this song. So anyway. He knew what he wanted knew exactly where we direct direct our listeners to, and we have a lot of them to to check out standing in the shadows of Motown a documentary from eighteen years ago about about the funk brothers. We which is which is fascinating and part of the motown story, an essential and essential part of the motown story. Gil Did you want to ask about something in the documentary touched you. About when when Berry sent the artists down south. I. Yeah. That you had to go out and tour on a bus. Well. Yes. Smoking and you you guys you guys didn't go right. Limitation. No smoke smokey was air was about it you know yeah, we knew about it. By We didn't do that. Thank you hear about down we just heard the. Lot of the racist works we know A. Lot of prejudice. To solve you certain places and you can only eat please no bathrooms on the buses. Donald to use the bathroom additional. Show some comfort on. Somebody. Shot the bus all and also knew you know this is the album covers had to be. A certain way were doesn't reflect who hold out a black. The record music was black, but the the covers could not reflect too much blackness because the. So the south was not a happy here. So they're working by. Thank Heaven for Barney or. Only. White station. ooh. Oh Yeah Yeah Yeah Yeah Yeah, and this is a this is also a fascinating and something from the Book I. Think It was you Eddie. that the term R. and B. You, you had an issue with because you thought it was in some ways a segregated term you guys were writing for all audiences. It was you guys you guys were writing poppy. First of all, we were writing to are in be okay not really okay and my attorney who's is very, very black. And he would say, Holland, what are you guys you in Brian? Is He doing this.
"holland" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast
"Allen. Who Michael Jackson Barbra streisand Rod Stewart Linda Ronstadt. Wonder, the rolling stones and even the Beatles. Fair members of the Songwriters Hall of fame they were warned stars on the Hollywood walk Beim and they were white servants Lii in dusting into the rock and Roll Hall of faith. They're terrific. Selling new memoir is all come and get these memories and it will soon be released as an audio book. Beliefs welcome to the show to artist who helped shape the sound track of our lives. And Do Hallin sometimes referred to, as America's Lennon and McCartney. Brian Holland and Holland. Frank. This Business Gilbert did not Christ. was doing all the talking. Those Google. Ads Gilbert. I know who you're talking about. I mean I mean you you. You're giving US allies start I started to stay up in clap for the people who? Challenge. Gentlemen Welcome. Now. That's. Bad. That's Gilbert. This is France over here. Bruiser. Wide Yeah. Yeah but you can. You can thank me for the intro to Eddie. Of this no. How often? Guys thanks for taking the time to do this today. Okay now. You. Yes. I. Okay a white shirt with the squares only. Okay. But we we often portrayed. A. Were you talking to carry on though WHO's going to run for? President. You Got You got my vote. In can hold cards. First of? All Israel. Name. Or name says you. got. You in the. Google was. He wants to know what your shirt says Oh this system comedy club. All Hi Kate O. my shirt Bercy. Hubert love free, shirt? Shirts. To this point, we don't have. Gel tell us about music becoming part of your lives in the first place because it was a a number of factors, it was a church choir. It was the piano that Brian Snuck into the church to play. It was your Uncle James Record collection. I mean what? You guys always had music in your lives growing up always always always I can think of a day that has gone by then I, didn't have music in my life. But you know. Growing up. In. Detroit. Was a big music's city anyway. Like I said as kids coming up a Brian Tonight, you know teenagers. Out Pastime was really having little vocal groups together you know standing on a corner making hominy off ganging up the neighbors sometimes having the neighbors to get out of their beds, chase you and chase you down string because you were making so much noise dad get up especially the was they had to get up and go to factory worker the factory workers up at boards they were jump up man we wouldn't be flying down the street and Edwin Ryan you guys can save those same Sola. Oh, he heard us all the way down the street so we must really been singing loud. That was a big part of our lives you know and and the Boeing to To the theaters and the and they had a lot of shows you know where you have the talent shows you know I don't participate in any of those, but I would go and watch him in a mess back when I first saw I continue to turn is one of those shows you know at the movie theaters. All over the dated I mean all over the city little willie. John. You saw. A. Little. Little Willie John I went to school with him. He was he he was he was. He was he was he was Kinda always can say I mean this guy was so he was such a great thing you know and every time he would see me. Foul see him in a club somewhere who will was befall US law said Hey homeboy yet. We we've had a lot of singer songwriters on Natio-. Paul Williams and Jimmy Webb to. Data and and all of them on. We asked that question what got you into the music business they all seem this to pickup women. got. No. That at least girls were part of the Senate and that was that was not i. Know though you gotta be us you came. Oh Yeah I just enjoy the singing just enjoyed the groups. I didn't really like singing professionally. Intention but I enjoyed it was great part of my life and entertainment. You know you know we we grew up with a grandmother that was a very, very disciplinarian. and. She would. You know first of all, we had to go to church at least six spot six times a week you know and Breathe in a relaxer, we would love to go to To shows. Or in here, the Groups and Ever and our surprising as as as way my grandmother who had a singing in church or you know how surprised she would allow us saying the so called secular. But, she for some reasons, he was very considered. I guess she say, auto this teenage boys you know give them have to have some fun as long as we as much as we love also going to the theater movie theater, she would never let us go on a Sunday. Could go on Sunday. So always to tie see you know but other than that. You know she you know you know she was tough disciplinarian you. Talk about your upbringing a little bit more. But on the will address Gilbert's question on the subject of women because it's a fascinating thing in the book Eddie about all these women that heard your song lyrics and started turning up in droves at motown headquarters to meet you. Because they thought you understood them already happened yet about Dros but it happened I was. But I was surprised I was surprised. You know basically a few people come from Cleveland. Some. Few from Chicago and that's what they were saying to say we'll assume why. So I wanted to see you want to media where to talk to you. Ask. Y You know because you? Listen to your record. You understand me you understand me I was shocked. I didn't say I mean I understood what I was writing about in because that was the way.
"holland" Discussed on Fresh Air
"Let's get back to Terry's twenty eighteen interview with actor Andre. Holland who co starred in Moonlight and Selma. As the stage been the stage in front of a camera been places for you to express feelings that you never felt comfortable expressing in real life and to draw on experiences that you kept tucked away. Absolutely. Absolutely and this this plan right now. there's an opportunity to express a lot a lot of that. which is really uncomfortable for me, but but I'm doing my best to go to those places and like expressing Othello's rage. Yeah exactly raging. and his grief and I think. Also his Experience of of Fellows a guy who. Has Assimilated into society. That's not his own. And one of the reasons that he's been allowed to assimilate because these people consider him to be valuable. You. Know as general as he's. He's sort of you know..
"holland" Discussed on The Big Ticket with Marc Malkin
"Is when it gets a bit a bit messy. He's inspired by her head. Really really excited about our potential. So tell me about that. First Day on seven the Eddie the band performed. It was amazing man. The Band is incredible musicians incredible They didn't really know each other before so they had. I think maybe month of six weeks or so to get together and really become a band And I got to watch some of that happened and so you the way they communicate with each other the way to trust each other way. Listen to each other is amazing. We'd have these moments after said you're not be shooting days. It'd be like midnight and all of a sudden someone would get up there and pick up a horn based somebody a little. Something becomes Catarino drums in Everyone is just turn it into these jam sessions that would involve everybody's we had. We had a really top lot of late night. Dance artists at bed. Amanda I have to ask you about harsh. Tell me about that because the bond that this father and daughter have that obvious she lives in New York he lives in Paris. It's obviously they don't see each other a lot but she comes to Paris decides to stay. How did you? You didn't have to force a relationship because in many ways you guys didn't have relationship. So how do you balance that? Yeah that's that's one of the tricky things is that because the script didn't give us a whole lot to go on in terms tomorrow story ARC. It's through you did a metal at so we spent a lot of time together at restaurants or or you rehearsal room wherever we find suggest down. Try and come to some agreement on what the history of this relationship is being because some Informs everything and we see them. See each of the first time. I think we want to feel like is is a lot of life behind him right And Amanda I can't say I can't say enough about her G. so so smart so it really really gifted and I couldn't have asked what better saint partner really and truly she so spread but she's also character she seems we don't really meet her mom much. She's very much in our head to. She's very much her father's daughter in this guy. Yeah that's something that we were interested in exploring. Her mother is a is a white woman right in the show so we will Exploring this idea of her coming into her own identity or trying to figure out who she is. Monkey Life Our Father and his own connection to this music which is deeply rooted in all culture as a black man is something that we came to believe that her character was craving. You know So I think that's part of why we see them while they feel similar in a way 'cause they both have this like searching pink both insurgents of something of themselves. That has maybe been lost so. I'm glad you felt that as we really were. We were aiming today awesome. Andre thank you so much. This is awesome congrats on the show. Stay safe you all you same as thanks. That was under Holland. Thanks for listening to today's episode of the big ticket. I'm your host Mark Malkin coming next week beanie Feldstein. She Stars in the coming of age drama. Thirty how to build a girl plus a meet Rajavi. The young Israeli actor is getting a lot of attention in Hollywood for his portrayal of Yankee Netflix's unorthodox until then stay safe and be. Well see.
"holland" Discussed on The Big Ticket with Marc Malkin
"Made the call to save to call you guys and say. Do you guys like you know what it's just not going to happen right now. I know I think we kind of had a feeling like it was almost like because there wasn't options like okay you could fly there and start we do fit you start fittings and like start it but my sister and I know we had this feeling of like I don't think that's s just not right. Something's going to happen and I also heard a lot about like friends. Productions that were shutting down like if these are shutting down. Like we're GONNA. We're definitely going to be shutting down to so it wasn't huge surprise me but it's obviously something that like we're still looking forward to. I mean it's not. It's not like it's not happening but just not happening right now. So wandering vibe is this to move you. You decided to do together. I'm sure you've probably had scripts thrown at you years. Oh this is perfect for sisters. This is perfect for sister. Why have is the one? I think it was also a choice of 'cause I mean we always wanted to work together. Obviously I think it's the right timing like in our lives now to That it really is gonna mean something because it's not like we're just super young doing it like right now. It's like we're women you know and our relationship to is also more friends you know at this point because we're only four years apart so when you're young you're like your sisters and your like knowledge time and clothes and heard about the book a for a while and any been kind of floating around for a bit and The book is so powerful and also we were curious like if we did something together would replace sisters like or would we not play sisters. I'm like people when you look similar. We think we nothing like we were like. We look a bit like people like Souso. We don't like that but it was like okay. No this is a true like sister. Story represents kind of end the the layers to that and also the misunderstanding. These also were kind of misunder. They misunderstand each other In is just so powerful. I can't get through the script. Like without sobbing. When are you going to direct? When do you direct? Oh God I want to badly Something that yeah I do want you badly and I think it's like you just gotTa find the right right story or like. What is it that you want to tell or? Is it going to be personal or is it? Is it not? Are you gonNA ride it or not? I mean no big questions I will for sure one day but I think about it a lot. I don't know producing now. So that's great. Yeah Yeah it's the next step. I guess it's just like each little thing is learning more about it awesome. Yeah you so much this is Awesome Fontaine. Yes and enjoying the numbers will do I. Ain't you knew that was fan. I WanNa take a short break right now but when we return. I talked with Andre Holland Star. Netflix new drama. 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You are the ones that's going to make a difference. Welcome back to the big ticket. Here's Andre Holland who I caught up with from his home in Brooklyn New York he stars in Eddie as a jazz club owner in Paris. He's trying to mend his relationship with his teenage daughter has come to live with him from the states directed by La La Land Director Damian Chazelle the series features. Plenty of drama love and giants. So the Eddie yes great. Great series really. Just cinematic beautiful. The Look of it is just. It's you know it's it's jazz paintings almost like you really. I love the balloon of it and the saturation of color. So tell me how did you get involved with? Eddie you knew Damian Chazelle Gala History. There moonlight yet. Thank you for the kind words. Yeah we met back during that time and and and we manage has got along. I appreciate all the maintenance told him. He was at one of the parties in Toronto. Maybe the film festival like this sounds like one day we get a chance to make something together and Yeah you gave me a call. Last year. January sent me the script medicine in Santa Monica. Had a great lunch about it. And it's on the phone a few times subsequently then yeah we would have made it so it was cool and then you went to Paris then. We went to the some repairs. It could be a lot worse so tell tell us what is the Eddie the series and then the club yes so So the series is set in contemporary. Aris it revolves around his band and this club both of which are called the Eddy Itself is made up of a group of friends who've come together from different parts of the world. They all come to the band in need of some sort of or grounding my character Elliot is the leader banning composers most the music plays occasionally but not so often and he comes to the BAMACA'S. He's just gone. He's gone through a traumatic event which. I won't give away And he comes to Paris to sort of put himself back together again and his best friend play by to hear. Tahara he'd read in the show. The two of them started his club together and running together for for the last few years. And so the show to me is about healing about second chances in ultimately at the center of it. You have a relationship between my character. Ed Mandala Steinberg's character who she plays my daughter who is in need of her father at this particular where he happens to be unavailable so about that relationship. Healing the ban trying to fight to keep this little space of creativity for themselves. And as I say sort of healing in second chances and your character's name is Elliott and it's very much in his head. There's a lot like you're like what's he planning. What does he know? What doesn't he know you see a few outbursts? Where at son of things? Just get too much at some point. Tell us about Elliot. What what did you like about the character? What what did you dive into to really get in Elliott? It was a tricky one because there are so many. He's got so many spinning at any moment. automated thing that attracted me to it was the fact that he's gone through this related traumatic event and and is in my opinion buried deep deep deep in the grieving process so it was interesting to me to try to investigate a character who is going through the also attracted relationship that he has with his daughter. I couldn't remember a time. Still can't remember a time when I've seen onscreen a relationship with a black man at his black daughter sort of front and Center. I so I found that really interesting and in the music you know. I grew up loving music of all kinds secretly sold Gospel and blues. Get a chance to learn. More About Jazz was refunded of course as sampled for working with Damien. Which was was that was really a joy. I mean one of the things that happen when the show first announced and you still see people keep describing it as a musical people are thinking. It's the new La La la La land in Paris which it's not it's not a musical musical performances and music plays a big hard in the show. What did you have to do a deep dive on Jazz? Did you have to? You know? I'm not gonNA pretend I know jazz. I mean the museums beautiful but I don't know it intimately how intimate you have to get with the music because it's such a big part of this show. Yeah Good Question Man. We had to get intimate with it. You know as I said I came to loving music but not really knowing that much about it so at a read. A bunch of books about Washington Spoke to a lot of musicians and scholars and thinkers in that space. Which really helped me to come to understand the history of And then on the technical aspect I had to play the piano. You didn't play before us. No you know. Unfortunately as is the nature with television. You don't always have as much time as you want. Wish you have but you. May We get hats. I had two different piano teachers. Who at work with one here in New York and it on to Paris in the one from New York came to Paris yet or so any moment. That was not set shooting. I was pretty much glued to that piano. So yeah definitely a deep dive on it and Really is something that I've I've come to love keep continued explorers Likeness Joanna Coolant. I mean I couldn't take my eyes on my ears off her. Tell us who she plays and tell us about her incredible voice we know she has an incredible voice. But this is just I just kept saying my husband. I can't stop watching her you yes. She's such a great. She's such a great human being so glad that we have to is together. She's so so funny so charming as she had an enormous task you know she had to learn. I think sixteen songs in a Lotta time. Some were in English. Someone French neither which her native language obviously was. She really rose to the occasion in did. Yeah so she plays Maya. Who's like these singer of the band and she and I've had a tricky asked. But you know I sort of I say at one point in show that she she's my muse. I don't see quite like that I think. Sheep Elliott is in is as you say he's in his head. I think he's obsessed with this idea of light projects things onto other people so I think that he should to up with his jeans. To impose his genius on someone else and she's good and she's available and she's In a bit of a difficult place in our own life and so their relationship.
"holland" Discussed on The Big Ticket with Marc Malkin
"But you know I don't think like when you have they. If your show or movie about a woman, it's like they don't have to be the bravest person in the room. Like. That's okay. You know even Catherine as a character. She is a go getter in brave which some she's learning from everyone else around her, and like even learning from Peter like who's our worst enemy, but she's learning a lot from him, too. So is this it's it's. She's not. Some woman comes in and as we know For their alert, you know Nicholas. Peter the Great and you guys have some intimate scenes. Larry Intimates How did you not just the words that are coming out of his mouth? How did you not just break and just start? Dying I would. We would be. Laughing we would push each other i. mean we in I think our dynamic in real life. We love each other to death, but it's just kind of similar sparring dynamic that we really love to challenge each other because I think we. We are really quite similar in the way we work and I don't know if it's because of the child actor aspect of our lives, but on sets it just feels like our home. We were so comfortable with each other, and we liked to push each other's buttons. especially with those scenes that Tony is written of sitting at the breakfast table, and just going back and forth then, and then of course like the crazy sex scenes where he's just like spewing nonsense and I'm just like laying there, but I would even be. Like offscreen like. I would be like literally. Munching on a pillow laughing so hard just like all right. Let's get it together like home faster like let's go. Just do it do it. But we always wanted make the scene funnier better funny when I grunted there or should I do this here? This that so we always just for the good of the scene. We were trying to go for it and I think that was a big thing for me because it is obviously a comedy and I'm not super used to doing comedies. Like where it's really a specific rhythm and There are jokes and I had to. Learn to also like not be embarrassed like in throughout the months of filming I my walls, kind of went down to be able to not be. Like as embarrassed with my with myself. and. You've got to wear some outfits. Just. Sure. Yeah those course it's I. Mean Your Chances Practically Up to your Chin at some know. Booth aren't big like what. Is, what are they? Look Gray, but we know like wow, okay now they're gone but they do change your body those courses they like. You, know they obviously. You've heard like so we actresses talk about it, but your body does change, and even like you're breathing pattern, you have to get used to especially saying such those long speeches and you're. All right I have to learn how to talk with this. Course it on so you get more and more used to it. In your course, it's really break into at by the end, but the the costumes are so elaborate and beautiful and specific to like the color. Palettes and you see how many episodes have you seen? On saw up into two seven, seven, hundred, okay. Okay! Yeah, because there's a really spectacular dress at the end. Okay, yeah, have something. I want to ask you nightingale use sister getting ready. Yes, when? Be Aren't we well I? Yes, we would have been. April yeah we would still be. We should have been still filming it at this point, but when all this happened we. it got postponed. You know that you haven't started. Sure. Made the call to save to call you guys and say. Do you guys like you know what it's just not going to happen right now I. Know I think we. kind of had a feeling like. It was almost like because there wasn't options like okay, you could fly there and start. We do fit you. Start Fittings, and like start it but. My sister and I know we had this feeling of like I. Don't think that's s just not right. Something's going to happen. And I also heard a lot about. Like friends productions that were shutting down like if these are shutting down like. We're GONNA. We're definitely going to be shutting down to so it wasn't huge. Surprise me, but it's obviously something that like. We're still looking forward to I mean it's not. It's not like it's. Not Happening but just not happening right now, so wandering vibe is this to move you. You decided to do together. I'm sure you've probably had scripts thrown at you over the years. Oh, this is perfect for sisters. This is perfect for sister. Why have is the one? I think it was also a choice of 'cause I mean we always wanted to work together obviously I. Think it's the right timing like in our lives now to that it really is gonna mean something because it's not like we're just super young doing it like right now. It's like we're. Women you know and. Our relationship to is also more friends. You know at this point because we're only four years apart so when you're young, you're like your sisters and your like knowledge time and. Clothes and heard about the book for a while and any kind of floating around for a bit and the book is so powerful, and also we were curious like if we did something together would replace sisters like, or would we not play sisters? I'm like people when you look similar. We think we nothing like we were like. We look a bit like people like Israel. We don't like that. But it was like okay. No, this is a true like. Sister Story. Represents kind of end the the layers to that, and also the misunderstanding these also were kind of misunder. They misunderstand each other in is just so powerful. I can't get through the script like without sobbing. When are you going to direct? When do you direct? Oh, God! I want to badly something that yeah. I do to badly and I think it's like you just gotTa. Find the right. Right story or like? What is it that you want to tell or is it going to be personal or is it? Is it not? Are you gonNA. Ride it or not. I mean no big. Questions I will for sure one day, but I think about it a lot I don't know. Producing now, so that's great. Yeah, yeah, it's the next step I. Guess it's just like each little thing is learning more about it. Awesome Yeah you so much! This is awesome. Fun Talking. Yes. And enjoying the numbers. Will Do. I Ain't you? Knew. That was fan. I'm going to take a short break right now, but when we return, I talked with Andre. Holland Star Netflix new drama that Eddie. All you've been through the class of twenty twenty deserves a proper sendoff, which is why iheartradio and Doritos brings you commencement, the podcast, featuring speeches and dedications from. We admire most here from Halsey. Kids. We've shown the world that while we can be told a lot of things we will never buy.
"holland" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"At the Holland group retirement wealth advisors simply visit ask Steve Holland dot com we're speaking today about how retirement affects women in very unique ways differently than it does men and how as a ladies we can prepare ourselves position ourselves for greater success in our retirement future and I wonder as we're talking about this today Steve should a wife always planned to retire at the same age as her husband is it may matter if they have the same or different retirement ages well it doesn't really matter to us if it doesn't matter to them but you know it's kind of a comical situation I've had some couples when we talk about this where one spouse will say Hey wait a minute wait a minute you mean to tell me I'm gonna get up fight the traffic go to work all day and you'll be rolling around in bed getting up at about nine thirty ten o'clock having your breakfast looking out the window and see the birds fly by and just enjoying your day in doing whatever the heck you want absolutely not it's I've heard spouses say look if you're going to retire I'm going to retire I want to retire with you honey I want to enjoy retirement with you now I must say on the other side of the coin for many people it works this way okay how do you you keep your part time job I'm going to work for another year and then if you want to retire with me great if you want to keep your part time job a fine you can do so as well so there's really no right way this is kind of like that question when is the right time to retire well there's a lot of contingencies in reference to when the right time to retire so I think that depending on the relationship you have depending on the household finances depending on many many different things one question can lead to another question but should a wife or should a husband retire at the same age err or at the same time as their spouse and the answer again is there's a lot of different contingencies it's got to work for you for the two of you and it's got to work for your finances as well you know a really good financial adviser can help you arrive at these answers do you truly know your financial adviser and what I mean by that is do they truly know you do they know about your goals do they know about your tax return do they know about your portfolio your retirement income and what it will be when it hits your tax return do you have a complete written plan if you don't call us I think we can help you seven two seven two two eight sixty four forty nine that's.
"holland" Discussed on The Screenster Podcast
"I didn't ever people don't know really of costing as a career pots appetizers I think the industry think directing we think of acting you don't necessarily think of producing or whatever but I don a play a really enjoyed a play. Just a tour through Germany right well paid came back and I thought Oh okay. I'm back in the bottom. Flatter like this is not America industry. The best people didn't get the job if you don't get to advance like you would. If you were head so you just get better know clientele grows like even can do one job and then go straight back to the bottom and I was walking around the marketing Keya K. I've got seen market thinking. Okay but like twenty pounds in my account. I cannot go over that or it'd be rejected and I'll be have to put things back in. You know sick of living my dot Fi. Anything other than the industry has grown to love it and so I sent off one day just had big old map down about forty emails to agents and costing directors and it just so happened that was costing directed onset. Fast really. Yeah so when you say send emails as intellect go and work in Carter sent an email saying you know maybe interested luck with you. I don't mind watching from the ground up making tea whenever just liberty loving opportunity and it just happened that it was reasoned decisive actually fast. Yeah and why was particularly casting than from the acting? Wealthy wanted to go into those ages yet. They're all but since they used to say there is some truth minutes a few one money you become an agent and if you want power guy to do you think there is some. Jefferson that Mike has an actor. Add such a knack of control. I mean and still very much similar situation with actors now rule just courtiers singing up hoping that someone will employ us effectively. Yeah but I just learned to love it. I love it. So what was your journey light when you from Lucinda until now with Sophie Holland costing? Oh my gosh well I worked for laws great casting directors Marlin Johnson Juliette. Dr Gary Dave's designed named Grainger all. I'll just brilliant. I will they do and eventually I just lots of reasons. So what's the latest costume directors? And the comes a point. I think with most associates when you feel like you're doing the job just not getting the money getting credit or the recognition and you're working hard. I mean the top of my game. I was there at search of eight hundred. Seventy nine o'clock in the morning and they leave at seven and a half ain't was exhausted. I have no life.
"holland" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Holland dot com. And we do know Steve you, especially because you've been doing this so long that everyone out there has their own unique vision of retirement how they're going to spend. Their days in retirement, some people they want that nonstop action. Right. They wanna travel and entertain in volunteer. Maybe just. Where themselves out chasing, their grandchildren? Yeah. That sounds right. Yeah. Other people though, they want to slow down approach. They want to take it easy, nor of take life as it comes mode and both are great. It just depends on what you want. And maybe you're thinking to yourself where do I fall on that spectrum? Well, whatever your vision of retirement, there is one thing you absolutely have to have to make your vision a reality you have to have assets. Now, what type of assets Steve has a list? In fact, you have ten assets on this list, St. the most important ones for retirement, and you're going to give us some effective road tested ways to help maximize each of these and we're not really just talking about money here. Are we St. no, no Meghan were not assets. At least for the purpose of this discussion are anything that that a person can use to get them where they need to go in life. You know, things that have value. And again, as you just mentioned, we're not talking about. Money money is obviously very very important. According to every single client. I have it's a lot more fun to retire with money than without. So that's obviously a no brainer. But an asset it can be tangible something that you can actually touch, and of course, it can be intangible something that you can't really see it's conceptual yet it has defined value. If you will so both concepts are represented on the list of valuable retirement assets that we're going to share on today's show. And if you're just joining us, again, we're gonna talk about ten of the most valuable assets for your retirement and how to maximize them. So the first one that will talk about is tangible, bricks and mortar if you will or water stone in steel or concrete. Crete? And that asks that, of course is your home where you reside. And if you own your home, of course, then you call it your dwelling along with any other any other real estate holdings that that you might have. For many people a home is probably the most valuable asset that they're going to bring into retirement, especially if you you have a a mortgage that has been all paid up. You know, you're all paid up. You're done you're in retirement now, and you're free and clear, that's very very valuable. We often say that when you get to retirement, you wanna make sure that your free and clear of all debts if at all possible, and that is of course, even if retirement's going to be a year or two down the road if you can possibly swing it. That's very important. So you of course, want to make the the the right decisions. You've got to you've got some important choices to maximizing the value of your assets. And again, we're talking about the first one your dwelling your home where you reside. And there's several different things you can do. But before we get into all that I want to. Mention one thing we do this radio show each and every week, I pour out my heart and soul behind a microphone, and I want you to know one thing you've got a friend. You've got an ally you have someone who you can a wonderful resource that you can tap into. We've been in the retirement plan in business now for thirty plus years, and if you wanna increase your monthly income in retirement, and do it safely if you want to reduce your taxes, if you're not sure about the portfolio risks that you have you might want to reduce that what about reducing some of the implicit hidden fees that you've been told might exist inside your portfolio. That's what we do. We'll also take a look at your estate documents. You see we do all of this under one roof at the Holland group..
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"And we'll get right back in touch with you easy ways to be in touch with Steve and the team, and what financial hacks could help you now and help you later come retirement see gives you three more from our list coming up next. This is the Steve Holland retirements wealth show on the retirement news network. I woke up one day and things were different. It'd been building up for while. I realized all the work was doing all the money. I was saving all the decisions. I was making is part of something bigger than just me. And my wife thought about mom and dad now, I'm doing the same thing. They did back then. They planned for their kids. The grandkids the entire family, I envisioned by future family reunion generation upon generation and God willing going forward the same way. And that's why I called Steve Holland. We've got big plans. He knows it's not my job the light of the whole universe. It's my job to light up that little corner of the universe. That belongs to me and my family. Do you have big things to do? Let's talk called Holland group. Retirement wealth advisers, seventy seven to two eight forty six seventy three seventy seven to two eight forty six seventy three seventy seven to two eight forty six seventy three. You're listening to the Steve Holland's retirement wealth show on the retirement news network..
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"Of your money in your accounts we'll show you different hedging techniques that can help you you know we look back at the last two major crashes which was two thousand one two thousand two and then again of course two thousand eight and during those time periods it was almost fifty percent so that's an awful lot and you can't absorb that type of loss right now because you're probably very close to retirement or you may be in retirement so after we do that after we plow through your portfolio we identify your fees we identify the risk we identify several other things in reference to your money we're going to look at your tax return we're gonna perform a tax analysis to show you how you can reduce your taxes and increase your cash flow but guess what none of this happens none of this happens at all in till you do one thing i and that is you call us i can't call you obviously so you've got a call us so call me steve holland call my team here at the holland group retirement wealth advisers we've been here in clearwater the exact same business park for twenty five years so how is that for some stability call us right now seven two seven seven two four thirty three thirty four again that number seven two seven seven two four thirty three thirty four up next we look at more ways we can uncover or even reduce some of the costs associated with your retirement investments that's straight ahead you're listening to the steve holland's.