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"idina" Discussed on Overthrowing Education
"Implicitly that happens when you give, when you, when you knock them down, right? Yeah. There's lots, lots of, lots and lots of wisdom in there. Well, you have done such an amazing job and I really appreciate all of your words of wisdom. And so do you know what time it is now, John? Well, so I, I know because I've been listening and, you know, I, so one thing I could do with this is, you know, let you down because who knows what's going to happen. No, I know. Well, it is time for the five minute game show. It's time for the five minute game show. And, and the, the good news about this is nobody will be mocked for doing it wrong or not getting the right answer. It's all, you know, love fest here. Maybe, maybe not publicly, but privately, you know, with some other people that you work with. Never. Okay. Never. I'm always, I'm always excited and pleased and it's just, it's just fun. So today you are going to be playing for an overthrowing education mug, of course, and you will be playing for math and science teacher, Brian Clark. Awesome. Who, yeah, it's very inspirational and, and a lot of fun to have as a teacher. So good luck on this one. Okay. So I'm going to describe this game to you. This game show is called mathematical divas. So we imagined what would happen if singers could woo people into loving math just by singing about it. Okay. Okay. And this is the most sophisticated game show I've done yet. And it takes the assistance of the incredibly talented actor and voice impersonator, Barbara Heller to help me out. Okay. She is amazing. So I have rewritten the words to a song made famous by an iconic diva so that it has to do with math. Okay. So you're going to hear a snippet of Barb as that diva. Okay. And you have to guess what math subject or aspect of math she is singing about. And for extra points, you can guess the name of the singer and the song. Oh, wow. Okay. This will be interesting. All right. Yeah. For both of us, it will be interesting for both of us. Okay. Okay. Okay. So I'm going to play the first clip and you're going to try to tell me what it is. Okay. It's used in physics in all permutations or trying to answer quadratic equations, differential or integral aren't the same thing, but curves are studied and Newton's the king. Okay. Wow. So, wow. That was pretty good. So you're talking calculus, I'm assuming. Absolutely. Well done. Okay. Extra points. I don't know if I get extra points. You know, so these are a few of my favorite things, but I don't know if that's the type. Yes. Well, yeah, that is a few of my favorite things. That's what it's called. And who is she imitating? Wow. I'll see you three points just on that first one. I don't know what that's going to give me, but I'm glad I got three. It's starting out on a good track. Okay. Here we go. Here goes the next one. Don't be afraid. It's not a stunt. Just add a minus sign in front. Conceal they're real and kids won't know. But they must know below zero, below zero. We can count further than before. Below zero, below zero. Continues on for further more. I don't care if they are hard to use. Just subtract to add. Confusion never bothered me anyway. Wow. That is, wow. The intensity. So I'm going to go with, I mean, obviously we're talking about the number line here, I'm assuming. But specifically. Well, and there's mention of operations along the number line and things like that. So I'm assuming adding and subtracting integers. Yes. That was good. Now, in terms of musically what that was, I don't know. I'm drawing a blank. Oh my gosh. That song was, it's from Frozen. I might be the only person on the planet that never saw Frozen. So I've successfully been able to wall myself off from it. So sorry. You got me. That is Idina Menzel singing Let It Go from Frozen. Well, it's Barb playing Idina Menzel. Wow. The voice was soaring on that, but I wasn't able to place it. So I'm sorry. All right. Well, if you knew it, she did a great job. I don't know. You might be too young to know this next one, but we'll see the next couple ones, but we'll see. We'll see. Okay. Here it goes. But by the way, you still got a point for that. It was still good. Oh, there we go. Okay. Here it goes. Wow. Okay. Well, it's like, you know, just setting it up so I couldn't possibly fail with this one mathematically. So I'm just going to go with Pythagorean theorem or some variation of that. Well, actually, okay. I mean, that would have been too obvious. What did we use? Pythagorean theorem and angles. Well, what's the broader category? Either geometry or trigonometry, one of the two. Okay. Well, knowing that it's me and that I already professed that I didn't go very high in math, it's geometry. Okay. Although my husband said the same thing. He's like, it could have been trigonometry. I was like, no. I was like, yeah, I was. Okay. So do you know what song that was? That was Girls Just Want to Have Fun. Cindy Lauper. Cindy Lauper. That's right. That was good. Okay. I think you're going to get like 80s. Yeah. 90s. Yeah. Maybe. Okay. This next one is definitely, I think it's 80s. So right in there. But here we go. Okay. Here it goes. This is the last one, by the way, because this was really hard to do. Finally did four. Without question. I can only imagine. Okay. Hold on. Also, what's X got to do with it? I'm assuming just algebra, solving equations, things like Correct. Algebra. Yep. And now, well, so what's all I've got to do with Tina Turner? You got it. Truthfully, John, you aced this. And if I was going to have to slap a grade on it, which I would never do, you'd get a good one. Not bad. You know, I, you know, I didn't, a hundred percent, but close. You did a fine, fine job. And so you won an overthrowing education mug for yourself and for Brian Clark. I can't wait. I can't wait to drink out of it. So John, before I let you go, I want to make sure that people know how they can find you and mathnasium, et cetera. Of course. So you can find a mathnasium at www.mathnasium.com. And it goes into our methodology and the people behind the method and all the interesting people around home office. And if you want to connect with me, you can search for me on LinkedIn. I'd love to connect with you and of course, continue education conversations and talk about mathematics and classroom mathematics instruction. And I love talking about it. So anybody that's out there that wants to continue the discussion, reach out to me on LinkedIn, more than happy to, to connect. I thank you so much for joining me today. And really this was such a nice conversation. Thank you so much. I really enjoyed the opportunity. Like I said, I really enjoy your podcast and all the really interesting guests that you've had on. And I think what you do is awesome. And I wish you all the success with that. Thank you. Thank you. It is now June and I asked John to join me because life has certainly changed tremendously since we spoke last, which was probably, I think in January when we first did this interview, January or February. And because things have changed so radically, I've asked him to come back and fill us in on what he's been doing, what Mathnasium has been doing to help in this pandemic remote learning situation and what tools he can offer and maybe look forward to what might happen next year. That's a lot. So welcome back, John. Thank you for having me. That was it. You can talk about those things. Oh, yeah. That great intro. And I just ruined it by not saying anything.
"idina" Discussed on WTOP
"Sometime between midnight and 8 a .m. Bowen was pronounced dead at the scene. Anyone who may have witnessed this crash or can identify the vehicle involved is asked to contact the Maryland State La Barrick. School leaders across our area are scrambling to fill vacancies before the first day of school. In Arlington, according to Superintendent Francisco Duran, have 68 teacher At Thursday's board meeting he he said, so I'm encouraged with the progress that we are in a better place at this point than we had been in previous years. He allowed vowed to make sure every classroom has a licensed teacher in it this fall. Nearby Fairfax County Public Schools recently held a job as fair did Prince George's County in Maryland to help fill their vacancies. And back in Arlington, we'll be happy until it's 100 % fully but feel confident that we'll be working towards getting that so all of our schools can be over. filled. Scott Gellman, WTOP News. It seems doctors are on TV all the time I'm talking about any number of various medical issues and breakthroughs. But if you're not a doctor, how often do you understand everything that they're saying? Doctors learn a whole lot in medical school but communication doesn't get much emphasis. It's a really missed opportunity. Dr. Idina Wise is a neurologist at Mount Sinai Beth Israel in New York, and she says the debates and discussions during the pandemic proved doctors need to do better at being easily understood. What physicians should be doing for the public at large is communicating essentially at a fifth grade reading level and the reason for that is so that he's missed. Adding to their troubles, doctors are under a ton of pressure to see you know as many patients as they can. And since that puts face time with a patient at a premium, she says it's all the to more make reason sure doctors what need they're saying is easily understood. John Dome in WTOP News. The average gas price jumped 23 cents over the last two weeks to $3 .90 a gallon for a regular grade according to industry analyst Trilby Lundberg of the Lundberg survey. Lundberg shares which U .S. cities had the lowest and highest gas prices. Jackson, Mississippi is the low at $3 3 .31 and the highest Seattle at $5 .09. Between those Baltimore is $3 .77, Albuquerque is $3 .83 and Chicago $4 .38. Sports at 25 and 55. Powered by Red River. Technology decisions aren't black and white. Think red. Here's Frank Hanrahan. Nationals head to Philadelphia. Winners now at four straight. They win another series. This time it's Cincinnati six three the final CJ Abrams solo Homer Lane Thomas a double and a homer as well as the Nationals got a
"idina" Discussed on WTOP
"Did for this organization. Get all the latest news from Commander's Training Camp on WTOP and join the team as they get back on the road to glory. WTOP news. This is WTOP news. It is 2 -53. The DC archives houses the DC's oldest documents that track centuries of birth to death records and life events in between. After decades in a historic building, the agency is moving to a new pad. We have death records. We have merits records. Inside the box is filled with historic DC government documents. Dr. Lopez Mathews Jr. can follow life the stories of district residents as far back as 1792. For instance, a black couple who've together been for 50 years in the 1860s and they were finally able to get married. And I thought just how amazing that was. He heads up the DC archives and we don't have a lot of space. A new home is on the way. The city is moving ahead with a cutting edge $104 million building at the University of DC to chance for others to learn about the lives linked to DC's oldest documents. Bigger, better, more space. Gigi Barnett WTOP news. Are you an Amazon Prime member? If so, listen up. The company reports legit that outstanding operators are calling their customers and saying that accounts have been compromised. If you get that call, remember, they're saying it's fake. Amazon says if there is an issue with your account, remember that it's on the website or the app where you'll find that out. It seems doctors are on TV all the time now talking about and any number of various medical issues and breakthroughs. But if you're not a doctor, how often do you understand everything they're saying? Doctors learn a whole lot in medical school, but communication doesn't get much emphasis. It's a really missed opportunity. Dr. Idina Wise is a neurologist at Mount Sinai Beth Israel in New York, and she says the debates and discussions during the pandemic proved doctors need to do better at being easily understood. What physicians should be doing or the public at large is communicating essentially at a fifth grade reading level. And the reason for that is so that nobody's missed. Adding to their troubles, doctors are under a ton of pressure to see, you know, as many patients as they can. And since that puts face time with a patient at a premium, she says it's all the more reason doctors need to make sure what they're saying is easily understood. John Dome in WTOP news. Sports at 25 and 55, powered by Maximus, moving forward. What's up, Frank Hanrahan. We got a full house at the city open in Rock Creek Park for the women's My final Coco golf, one of the stars in the game looking for her first big 500 series WTA title and Coco is looking good so far off to a three zip start first set over as a kari women's championship at the city open men's title later talent Greeks for verses Daniel Evans, I'm sure that's how they drew it up when they thought of this tournament to start women's World Cup as the what I could have should have thoughts about the United States women's team no scoring a regulation goal too straight that's always gonna be a factor and so was a case for the US as they did not score again losers and dreaded only kicks to Sweden round of 16 so there will be no three p for the u .s. this time around U .N .B .A. about to get set mystics taking on the L .A. Sparks baseball nationals going for four in a row currently up for three at Cincinnati top four C. J. Abrams Lane Thomas homers for the Nats who are going for the sweep in Cincinnati and Baltimore it's a birds in the Mets scoreless in the top of the fifth from Camden yards Frank Hanrahan W. T. sports O. P. thanks Frank 256 get fast reliable Xfinity internet and now you can add a whole new way to watch the entertainment you love introducing now TV the best value in live TV and streaming just twenty dollars a month get over 40 live channels plus watch movies shows and live sports with Peacock premium a five ninety nine a month value included at no extra cost start watching thousands of hours of content in minutes so whether you're an action junkie a sports
"idina" Discussed on WTOP
"By a sunset dance party. It's your chance to see Shaniece. Debbie Gibson is like In heaven when I'm lost in New York. And Wicked alum, Idina Menzel. I am the Two additional stages will rock the Washington Monument and Dupont Beverage Garden. Jason you And if don't want to go to Pride this weekend or want to look something else to do, you can look no further than the Route One corridor in Prince George's County because this Saturday is Trolley Trail Day. Trolley Trail Day returns Saturday, and it's a celebration of the Route One corridor, but it happens on the bike trail that runs parallel to Route One drawing attention to the trail itself, but then also all of the cultural and economic assets along the trail. Holly Simmons is the Acting Director of Community and Economic Development in Woodsville. Events will be happening in seven different spots along this trail, including here at the spot where the city wants to get feedback on what the future of this park in the Arts District looks like. Stuart Eisenberg of the Hyattsville Development Corporation says by the winter, this trail will also connect to the Northwest Branch Trail out of Silver Spring. We can go anywhere. We can go into DC. We can go to the National Arboretum in Hyattsville. John Dome in WTOP news on the trail. Job training is happening in the classroom for some high school students here in our region and the hope is that training will move with them into the job force after graduation. The students are part of Auto Tech at Lake Braddock Secondary School in Fairfax County. I love working on these cars. Laith Mostmar, a junior at the school, says through the program he's learned communication skills and how to be precise with his hands. Which are not only needed in an automotive business, but also it's a really good life skill to learn. 2016 graduate of a similar program at Annandale High School, Jose Florian, secured a good paying job at the Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority. There are other opportunities where you could earn well and be well off without having to go to college. The airport authority donated 20 abandoned vehicles for the students to work on. Kyle Cooper, WTOP News. A quick look at the top stories we're working on here at WTOP. It is still dangerous to be outdoors for long periods of time today and tonight we are experiencing our first ever Code Purple air quality day. The much anticipated spring offensive for Ukrainian military forces is happening. WTOP national security correspondent J .J. Green will along be with more. Keep it here for full details in the minutes ahead. It's 5 18. Traffic and weather
"idina" Discussed on WTOP
"Idina Let it go! Let it go! Two additional stages will rock the Washington Monument and Dupont Beverage Garden Jason Fraley to be to be news coming up in money news after traffic and weather cracking down on cheats hybrid I'm Jeff Klayball. It's 408. Get a Precision AC tune -up for only $59. traffic and weather on the eights and when it breaks Bob Imler in the WTOP traffic setting in Maryland 270 spur southbound after Democracy Boulevard Before and you get to the beltway police are on the scene of a crash fire department should be there as well and traffic Southbound has been heavy and slow from before 175 getting past the work zone after Route 32 two lanes getting high it's after four hopefully they'll pick that up shortly northbound lanes are open and doing okay on the Baltimore, Washington beltway through Montgomery and Prince George's counties quite slow in several stretches but no It's reported along the way 50 out of the Bay Bridge is good to go and traffic on 395 in Virginia Heaviest below the Pentagon getting into Shirleyton after that briefly slow at landmark 95 not doing badly at all just brief slowdowns at Lorton over the Occoquan and then again headed south to Quantico several stretches for effort 66 is doing okay interlude delay still starting at about Route 7 getting to Maryland a northbound George, Washington Parkway very slow from the overlooks getting to a point near Turkey Run or just before Turkey Run may an have incident in the roadway there in the district on 395 on 695 in pretty shape good northbound DC 295 Heaviest getting past Pennsylvania Avenue southbound I -295 past Malcolm X no incidents reported along the way there don't sell your used car to a stranger be safe and go to FitSpiesCars .com get the most money for your car and a safe new car showroom go to FitSpiesCars .com that's the 5th way Bob Inler WTLP traffic the forecast now from 7news first alert meteorologist Brian Vandegraff very unhealthy air quality we are code purple this is a first of its kind for the DC metro area as
"idina" Discussed on WTOP
",000 from her in exchange for which he promised to tell her information about what What happened to Natalie and where Natalie's body could be found? Conservative broadcaster Pat has Robertson died at the age of 93. He held some controversial views including about homosexuality. I said, Does he want to be a girl? And she said, Well, if he doesn't want to be a girl, basically, he wants to be a man. And if he wants to be a man, there's no reason that he can start acting like one. God can take care of this. This is CBS News. Staples stores provide innovative products and services for small business, remote workers and earners, even teachers and parents. Explore more at your local Staples store. Yeah, it's 303 on Thursday, June the eighth hazy, smoky sky right now. The code purple air air quality temperatures around 75. Mhm. Mhm. Good afternoon. I'm Ann Kramer and I'm Sean Anderson. Our top local story. This hour W. on T. O. P. Is the latest on the smoke hanging over our listening area for the first time ever. Our area's Council of Governments has put out a code purple air quality alert. Not only does it mean the air is bad for everyone, it also means there are some changes, particularly to services in the district city schools have called off outdoor activities. The Department of Parks and Recreation has also canceled all of its outdoor activities. Chris Rodriguez, director of D. C. Homeland Security and Emergency Management Agency, says roads won't be paved right now either, and trash pickups will slide into the next day. As for other service impacts, City Administrator Kevin Donohue says that primarily includes the DMV inspection station being having services suspended, parking enforcement, crossing guards at schools will still be out. And to help those experiencing homelessness which is during this. Our shelters are already open 24 seven. Our rec centers are available. Mike Murillo, UTOP News. Well, we have a handful of closings, postponements and cancellations to tell you about because of the hazardous air due to the poor air quality. The National Zoo in DC is closed today. Today's Nationals game has now been postponed. It's going to be played on June 22nd and the White House has put off and postponed a Pride Month celebration on the South Lawn until Saturday. More local school districts also canceling outdoor activities today. Fairfax County Public Schools canceled all its outdoor activities. Anne Arundel County's public school system also canceled all outdoor recess and other activities including those planned for after school. In Prince William County Schools activities there have been canceled. The ones being indoors still will go on. The graduation ceremony at Montgomery County's Walt Whitman High School has been postponed until 6 this evening. We have the full list for you. You can see it at wtop .com. Don't forget to keep it here on wtop for the latest on the air quality and traffic and weather on the 8th. We've been talking about this Code Purple air quality. Obviously not how you want be to spending this nice summer day. Unfortunately the only thing you can do is wait for mother nature to do her thing. We wings need the to sort of shift from the south or west and not from the north. That's Dan Salkovitz. He is a psychologist with Virginia's Department of Environmental Quality and he says until that people should give serious consideration to postponing strenuous outdoor activities. The good news is the air shouldn't be this bad too much longer. Winds will start to blow it out over the next couple of days. It'll make things a little better. He says what would really help is a heavy batch of rain in the Canadian province of Quebec where all this is coming from. We know the air quality today is unhealthy for all of us but what about for our pets? We see very similar respiratory issues in animals as people are complaining about. That's coughing, reverse sneezing, itchy eyes and feet made worse if your pet has an underlying disease says Christine Clippin an emergency veterinarian at Friendship Hospital for pulse. So no sense of exercise outside for your pet. But yeah there are still lots of things that can be done inside. Spending time interacting with them. Neil Ogenstein WTOP news. Another bear black has been spotted in a residential area this time in Prince George's County Hyattsville police say the bear was seen this morning in the 4300 block of Oglethorpe Street. A bear wandered around Montgomery County recently for some time before it was captured. Hyattsville police say if you see bear the give a call to the Maryland Department of Natural Resources Police. Celebrities sing for LGBTQ plus Freedom Sunday at the Capitol Pride Concert. The music hits three stages near the US Capitol, Washington Monument and DuPont Circle. Get ready for LGBTQ plus artists and allies rocking the Capitol Stage at Street Third in Pennsylvania Avenue followed by a sunset dance party. It's your chance to see Shanice. Debbie Gibson It's like being in heaven. And. And Wicked alum, Idina in. Two additional stages will rock the Washington Monument and DuPont Beverage Garden. Jason Fraley to YouTube. And coming up in money news after traffic and weather. Phase two HQ is on again. I'm Jeff Glabel 308. Get a precision AC tune up for only traffic and weather on the AIDS back to Bob Imler in the traffic center in Virginia. Some volume delays getting over the Occoquan, but then very slow from Garrisonville at Stafford. Believe it was a fire in the bed of a pickup truck that has traffic tied up right at exit 140 and still blocking a single left lane on southbound 95 in Stafford. On 66 the pace is pretty good so far. Just brief volume delays here and there. Interloop slow out of Tysons headed for 270 already and it's also quite slow in the belly of
"idina" Discussed on WTOP
"Thursday the 8th of June hazy sunshine and 71 now as we head up near Good afternoon, I'm Mark Lewis with the top local stories we're following this hour and it's once again our unhealthy air at the top of our news. Well it's not exactly a purple haze but the Metropolitan Washington Council of Government says the air quality today for the DC region is a code purple that's worse than code red meaning the air is very unhealthy for everyone and there are areas across our region this afternoon where the air quality at times has hit the worst designation of code maroon today that means the air is Hazardous all of this is coming from smoke from those Canadian wildfires the smoke can cause a sore throat irritate your sinuses or eyes you could have lower Airways involvement like coughing wheezing shortness of breath dr. Schreiber Rachel with Schreiber allergy in Rockville says with the poor air quality we're seeing they're most concerned about people with chronic diseases like asthma COPD cardiac disease pregnant women she encourages anyone who can to avoid spending a lot of time outside and up for indoor exercising for now this is not the data bike to work also shorten those dog walks until things clear up you're walking your dog outside you're getting exposed your dog is getting exposed Mike Murillo WTOP news despite the warnings about the air many folks are still exercising outside in the middle of a six -mile run with her friend Carol Curry says she's aware of the warnings well we love running but we took into consideration all that and we're just running very easy and we decided we cut it short if it felt more difficult it hasn't so health experts say everyone especially people with respiratory issues should not exercise outside in these conditions and if you do have to be outside an n95 mask is recommended Kyle Cooper WTOP news due to the poor air the National Zoo is closed today today's Nationals game which was set to get underway in about an hour has been postponed until June 22nd and some area school districts are once again canceling outdoor activities that includes Fairfax County and Arundel County and Prince William County after activities school in Prince William that are held indoors are not affected check out the complete list at WTOP .com of course there's a jam -packed weekend schedule ahead here in the nation's pride festival event if you're wondering how the air quality will affect your plans Chris Rodriguez the director of the DC Homeland Security and Emergency Management Agency says don't cancel plans just yet. According to the National Weather Service we should begin to see improvements in our air over quality the next couple days and into the weekend so we do expect those events to continue and move forward. The show must go on the Capitol Pride concert returns to DC this Sunday it's a happening from noon until 10 o 'clock the music is hitting three stages near the US Capitol the Washington Monument and DuPont Circle. The Capitol stage Third at Street in Pennsylvania Avenue will feature LGBTQ plus artists and allies including the Gay Men's Chorus of Washington. It's your chance to see Shanice! Debbie Gibson and Frozen star Idina Menzel.
"idina" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know
"No windows in a chair and a camera in it. You're not allowed to leave. And this one. It's a micro apartment, basically. This one had chains on this benches. And I was like, nah, that's a jail cell. Yeah. So I saw that too. There was like a target cart under a spotlight, I think. I thought that was beautiful. Yeah, it was. It's very arty. Haunting. I'm with you, lady. All right, so jumping back forward again to Minneapolis outside of Minneapolis. Is it Idina? Thank you. 1956, south Dale, 20 million bucks, the anchor store was Donaldson's and Dayton's. Right. Who can forget Donaldson's? I did. Okay. And Dayton's actually commissioned this mall to be built because they were building a new outpost in the suburbs of Minneapolis. And it wasn't just by coincidence that a diner was ten miles away from downtown Minneapolis, because again, this is 1956. So it's during the Cold War. And that's actually right outside the 8 mile blast radius of atomic bomb. Were it to be dropped out? Because of course it's what the ruskies were thinking. We're going for Minneapolis first. But they built a mall outside of the blast radius, so I guess we'll just give up. So the original idea for them all from Victor gruen was to he wanted to know how they had with these mixed use centers now. He had this idea way back then. And he wanted people to live there and kind of congregate there. And we'll get a little more to this later. But it sort of ended up just being a shopping mall to his disappointment. But he modeled it on northgate and Seattle. And sort of the big idea was that you go to these department stores because that's where people were used to, but how do you get them to these other stores? Was the big question? Right. How do you get them chopping? Oh, at the mall? Yeah, like once they're there. Because people went to department stores. So if you put a department store out in the suburbs, they'll go to the department store. They're like, oh, I thought it was supposed to take a left. Now I'm taking a right. I'm at the department store. Who cares, right? The problem is, is if you put a 110 other stores coming off of that department store, they just go to the department store and leave. Not good, right? If you're one of these other stores. So what northgate figured out and what is mind numbingly obvious, but really works is you just take this department store, put another department store, and then put the shops in between them. And then the people take a right, but they should take a left, but they're fine. The department store. Oh, there's another department store. Well, I'll just walk past this. Maybe I'll buy that. I'll buy a little bit of this. Sure, I'll take a feather boa. And then they walk into the other department store. And consumerism is saved. That's right. It was revolutionary at the time. So he built, he was commissioned at least by Dayton's department store to build this kind of advanced shopping center. They didn't call him all the time. They called the mid band shopping centers. And it's so high-tech. He actually added space for a competitor at the other end because he had this idea like how to keep people there. And I don't know how he talked daytons into it. The other day, wait, wait. Hold on a second. No, we're paying you to do this. And you want to put a competitor store in there. He's like, yeah, it'll work. Trust me. So a few minutes ago, I mentioned that introvert my uncle still texting me. Still looking for parking. Just circling the Castro at this point. So we mentioned introverted and extroverted malls previous to this were outdoor, and like we said, they were extroverted. So in other words, you walk the perimeter and the stores face the outside and they had doors on them that you would walk into if you wanted to shop. So he had this idea like, wait, let's reverse all that. Let's turn it all inside where you walk into this huge building. You got these two stores on both ends. And there are no doors. They might have a gate they lower at night, but it's just open. People will just walk through this little concourse and all the stores are wide open for everyone. It's air conditioned. It's heated, not at the same time. At appropriate times. Especially in a place like Minneapolis. Right. It's probably a nice place to go in the wintertime. Yeah, it was a big deal. Introverted them is what they're called, right? Where they look in on themselves. And they're enclosed as well. So for the first time ever, you could just walk around this beautiful place with trees and he put like a 20 foot birdcage and there were goldfish ponds and all of this stuff. And it'd be the middle of winter and you could walk around in short sleeves and be like, I live in a diner, not a Dina. The other thing he kind of nailed right out of the gate was previous to this shopping malls were usually or shopping centers are on one floor. And they were spread out over this big broad area and you had to enter from the outside and walk around the cold and it was all just one big single level. And he said, how about this? How about we stack it? Because this is ingenious everyone. Put a store on one end, put a store on the other end. You stack them on top of each other. You put escalators on both sides. You park in this side, you go into your department store, you walk down on the first level to get to the other department store, you could down the escalator, and then you walk back on the other level to get to your car, and you've seen every store. And it was genius. It was retail genius. Exactly. Pretty amazing. And again, we take this for granted now, but at the time everyone was like, huh, I never thought of that. Well, the point that we take this for granted, like all of this sounds brain dead, all of this came essentially from this one guy, the dude named Victor grew it, who was kind of like a high artsy fartsy society type from Austria who fled the Nazis in 1938 and was a self taught architect. Who just started designing them all. And he invented the mall. And he got basically everything right right out of the gate. Actually, it's really amazing. The Economist has a really great quote about him. They say that he was as if orville and Wilbur Wright invented not just manned flight, but also tray tables and duty free service. Not bad. The other thing he got right right out of the gate was low balconies. If you ever go into a mall, you know, if you're on that top floor, you can look down and say, oh, I got to go into chess king and get some parachute pants. Sure. Or if you're down on that bottom floor, you can look up and you can see I got to go to Mary go around and check out the ladies. Merry go around, man. That takes me back. There will be a bit of nostalgia peppered in here and there. Actually, I don't even think I put merry go round. I put Camelot music is what I have in my Camelot music everyone. And the joke I have was the Duran Duran kiss single. Oh my God, the single. It's like I just ate a whole bunch of member berries or something. Of what? Remember berries? I don't know. There's a whole South Park thing. Oh, okay. Yeah? Well, three other people love that joke. So more than 75,000 people, 75,000 people turned out on the grand opening day of south Dale mall. And not just local press, Life magazine, Time Magazine, New York Times, business week, newsweek. They all came out and said things like it's the splashiest center in the U.S. as a goldfish pond birds art, ten acres of stores and all under one Minnesota roof. It's a pleasure dome with parking,
"idina" Discussed on Poetry Off The Shelf
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"idina" Discussed on Daily Pop
"Most unforgettable moments. The united do the butt. Let's see it. You go going close. She had our jaws dropping and our rump shaking when she put her back filled in motion during the butt dance at last year's Oscars. Our next memorable moment is courtesy of Ellen DeGeneres, Jane law, Julia Roberts, Brad and Angelina and a ton of other celebs who decided to take a selfie mid show in 2014. Look at us. Speaking of Angie, she stole all the attention on the 2012 red carpet with that now iconic leg pop. This moment. So much bigger. Than me. And this historical moment still gives us chills. In 2002, Halle Berry became the first and still the only African American woman to win best actress. Halle 20 years since that epic win. Is there something that still crosses your mind or makes you giggle a little bit from that day? That I remember none of it. I was having an out of body experience. Let's not forget the stars who got some attention. They didn't want. Please welcome the wickedly talented one and only at the end of the year. We will never get over John Travolta flubbing Idina Menzel's name. Our Jennifer Lawrence falling up the stairs on the way to accept her award. You guys are just standing up because you feel bad that I found. The one of the most unforgettable moments of all time. La La Land. Faye Dunaway and Warren Beatty were given the wrong category envelope in 2017 and announced La La Land as the best picture when it was actually moonlight. No, there's a mistake. Moonlight, you guys won best picture. Y'all. Y'all..
"idina" Discussed on Nightly Pop
"B is not that bad you're just gonna like try things. Well. Bam. Bam. Smell like spam. That's cute. I love this. Me too. Yeah, like cutest. I would be so bummed if I took someone out twice as soon as I spent $250 on like three little things that a nice sushi restaurant. And then he goes, I want more of this spam tasting. You know, like it does demean the nice meal a little bit. His face right there, too. While he's chewing it, he's such a little kid that the mom's like, eat your vegetables and you're like, gotta get it down. Yeah, he looks like he's also trying to aid it in the front of his mouth so that his tongue doesn't touch it, you know? He was like, that's where the taste buds are. Growing up where I did, you know, I didn't have a huge amount of exposure to sushi in things. So I remember my first time eating I was like, I'm not touching that. That's raw fish. But now I love sushi. So she's opening his opening his world up a little bit. And the thing about it is if he can eat the wop. Then he can have some raw. No, Ross, raw ass sushi. Get the with the raw egg. What the heck? Sorry, I got really excited. Oh my God. Moving on, you might be surprised to learn that Nick Cannon doesn't think monogamy is a healthy lifestyle choice. You're kidding. Here's how the man with 7 kids from 5 women explained his thought process on the language of love podcast. You can still make covenants without getting the government involved. You can make a covenant and just say, you wear two people say, we choose to be monogamous because we value this so much that we don't want anyone else to be a part of this or in true this energy that we have. And I just don't feel like that's healthy. I don't feel like monogamy is healthy. I feel like that gets into the space of selfishness and ownership. You know what else? Feels like a covenant. Having a baby with somebody. Almost more forever than a marriage. This definitely sounds like something a guy with 8 kids would say. Yeah, I just know that the lyrics covenant, no government will probably be in the next Nick Cannon rap song. As they should be. Yeah. That's rhyme. It's like the guy who weighs a 108 pounds at the gym, trying to teach you how to body build. A little bit. You know, he's just not the guy. Not the guy to have this conversation. This might sound weird, but like, I didn't know that he still was so close to all of the girls. Like, yes, he's co parenting, but isn't that just called parenting anyways. But also, I think it's just so interesting that he talks about having like still having real relationships with them. With all the moms. Which is like, that's great, but then he says he's not into like monogamous relationships. It makes no sense. Canon? Loose together. Yeah. Loose cannon has anyone suffered. Most canon. That's good loose cannon. Nick feels like a walking sprinkler system and a private yard. You know, talks to all the grasses like, look. Welcome to my yard. You're gonna grow. We'll talk about Tay Diggs because he's surprised his girlfriend with some fresh fits from the one and only CVS because who wouldn't want to close from the same place you buy pedialyte and toothpaste. I didn't know that they had caught up to CVS, so this is what I'm supposed to be wearing tonight. You don't have to. This is just speaking about you. From CVS. Yeah, they have 30. I know it seems just look first, okay. You guys see this? So it's got this short. It's just a whole set. It'll work. And I'm gonna get ready. And then right there. It's unbelievable. Oh no, I don't really use. I don't use this other people but I'm intense. And then this is a top. And we're all there. Would you be upset with your partner if they did this? Would you be upset with taye Diggs? No, I mean, here's the thing. I'll wear anything honestly. I'll wear anything. I'd wear that. I don't like go to CVS to buy my clothes, but if Matt pulled that out of a paper bag for me, I'd be like, I'll wash it. I'll try it on. I'll try it on for sure. Yeah. Why not? I like to keep my items at CVS very limited because the more items you get the longer the receipt is. And I'm not trying to waste all that paper, but I have shopped at a CVS before. In the clothing section. Thank you. I was in Miami and I needed a T-shirt and I just went in there and they have a whole four way rack thing of shirts. I got me a shirt. I'm not mad about you. I bought a hat at CBS for Coachella. Oh. For what? For Coachella? Yeah. Can you imagine Kanye does a partnership with CVS? Oh, it's amazing for CBS. Yeah. Yay for CVS. You know, if I was taye Diggs, new girlfriend here, if I was her, I'd be like, you know what? Did you buy Idina Menzel, these kind of clothes? And if she walked away from that relationship saying, because you bought me clothes from CVS, I have been changed for good, then I'd be happy. Yeah. We'll find out from Idina Menzel, we get back from this break. Why celebrities might be spying on you in a hotel room plus a prison poem isn't worth the toilet paper it's written on. That's next. Oh. That happens. Just a few minutes ago. During the commercial break, I became the white swan. Ariel said, yesterday, she had a chicken and she forgot to pluck it. That's, I guess. What's happening? In my skirt. No, you ate it yesterday. Shut up. Oh, welcome back. Curries are continuing to be just so dang relatable on their show about last night. Ayesha asked a question about hotel rooms and Steph couldn't hide his freaky side. You and your partner walk into a hotel room and hear the couple next door having really loud sex. That's a no brainer over here. What do you mean no brainer? With us. We're listening. Some closet person. How do we get the red solo cup out? So are you being a creep are you gonna turn your music up? What's your asking the person that owns a few pairs of binoculars? Love a banana. I love bird watching. I also like neighbor watching. Really? I love everything from this view. Have you seen anything crazy? I was on a shoot once for a very innocent company. We were shooting at the Disney ranch, if you know where that is, it's like Santa Clarita, a lot of things shoot out there. This RV leaves and we have a beautiful view of a fountain, but there are people having sex in the fountain. They were having sex in the fountain. Okay, first of all, it was they were shooting a porn. They were shooting. They were shooting a porn. So they should have the Disney ranch? Yes. In a fountain. Yes. Now that's some wet ass. He's my language. Oh my God. You want the whole thing? Well, I mean, they wanted us to. They were shooting a porn. Right. You listen to people having sex in the hotel room next time. Most definitely. Really? I am the Marriott bomb boy queen, platinum plus. So I've stayed in many a hotel. And if I hear anything. It didn't have to be sex. It could just be people coming back from like dinner and talking. I just, I enjoy it 'cause I'm usually by myself. So I'm like, hello. Yeah. What I like to do is I like to contribute. I like to give pointers and stuff like that through. I've done it once where there was someone clearly having sex in the room next to me and I was just yelling things that I wanted them. No..
"idina" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"This is Bloomberg J bag Middle East Your top stories this morning The CSO 300 jumps Chinese markets reopened following the lunar new year holiday Meanwhile the PBOC fixes that you want and we couldn't expect it level The non farm jobs report knocks it out of the park Now investors look to Thursday's U.S. CPI reading which is expected to come in at 7.3% That's the largest year on year since 1982 After a 7 week oil rally Saudi Aramco raises prices to Asia the U.S. and to Europe Meanwhile sources are telling us that the energy giant has we started discussions on a new shared sale Of course Johnson's removal from offices now being called inevitable I have prominent member of his own party Meanwhile this Sunday time says the UK prime minister is preparing for a confidence vote as soon as this week It's gotten a 9 a.m. across cameras I'm using command Idina Dubai And I'm manner scanning back in Dubai Glad to be back Welcome back Okay Four plane rides one terrain ride and a very sore back You're gonna share some of those air miles Oh well I've shared the Airbus Let's have a look at the equity market They've managed to turn it around from red into green And the question is was there any capitulation No say Bank of America inflows for 20 out of the 23 days so far this year even though U.S. real years at the long long end the 30 year end turned positive still the NASDAQ was up 1.7% last week We moved from the end of a pandemic the end of stimulus to the end of a bull market in tech and I can tell you when it comes to tech use of last week what you saw in these markets was the Amazon supplanted some of the other mega deliverers in terms of the earnings beat Amazon constitutes 40% of the overall S&P 500 beats so far in the early season Yeah and the hangover from the U.S. jobs report is clear to be seen across some of these market metrics on the bond board here U.S. tens of one 70 one 90 12 the bear is in the treasury markets are on the roll You have yields across the curve at 2022 highs We have options this week ten to 20 year treasury that that's really gonna test investor appetite for years of the sustainability of current levels Deutsche Bank arguing that it's just remarkable how little additional tightening has been priced in for next year The velocity of the rise in two year yields starting to look like a climb in 2018 GTP go for our clients The two year in Europe not just in Germany I mean for Germany it was the highest level since 2015 that gives you a bit of a sense of the drama surrounding this move and why investors are still on edge This Monday morning Look the consequence of not just the ECB the fed and the Bank of England so critically close to going for 50 basis points reignites that 50 basis point hike from the fed And what would that do to the dollar Let me just show you 5 days on the dollar index By the way kitchen is joining me in just over an hour from stock Jenny says it's going to be a messy year in the dollar use if we will end up weaker And that's what happenings in a tightening cycle But again the CPI print this week will be critically important for the next maneuver of the dollar not move the next maneuver of the dollar And that's probably to the upside on a fiery 1982 high print for the dollar It should in theory roll over in the 6 months after the first hike But we are in an unprecedented geopolitical and COVID time For the moment the dollars up in the day but don't as you can see over the past 5 days Yeah but despite that relative strength in the bigger picture the commodity rally hasn't really stopped And I think of what we're seeing in energy 7 consecutive weeks of gains I mean this is the 8th week basically the Monday morning where I walk in and have brenta has reached a new high currently on 93 48 or at least the highest level since about 2014 Veto and saying that we're up about 20% this year but we could get another boost by China potentially replenishing its inventories and financial investors increasing their long positions The Saudis are increasing their prices for Asia this chart tells the story in terms of what is happening with those long positions The calls for a $150 oil for $200 oil those have quadrupled and that extra context on the terminal for all of our audience to check out Yeah To the moon I'm talking to my oil of course not Tesla Let's check in on those equity markets And global markets would you like to see in Singapore The moon one place you haven't been in the last week manner Yeah we are seeing China coming back after that very long holiday playing catch up It was up by some 2.4% still on track though for its best return after a lunar new year break since 2019 Elsewhere though you can see a little bit of a pause in the rally I remember we had the best week for Asian equities in 5 months last week and seeing specific sell down coming through in these tech players in Hong Kong Alibaba under pressure it's been down by almost 5% There was about a billion eightys added to the U.S. market and there's a lot of speculation that that could suggest SoftBank's potential to sell its shares Also watching this bond sell off and that's being exacerbated in the Australian market too the ten year there 1.99 just getting very close to that 2% level Let's put the board and have a look at how China has returned after the lunar new year break And for the second time since hosting the Olympics the last time when they hosted the Olympics in 2008 were coming out of the global financial crisis They had been a lot of stimulus added to the market making it easier for investors to get in and for companies to list And that certainly helped You can see a 6 fold increase in Hong Kong and China markets from 2008 when we last had the Olympics in Beijing to now That is an increase of $10 trillion in value in these markets Okay Jill thank you very much Juliet started that in Singapore To the ECB the executive class not says he expects an interest rate increases early as the fourth quarter comes as the Central Bank last week made a hawkish pivot but the president Christine Lagarde no longer excluding a hike this year for more let's get to our chief Asia economics correspondent and the current and a pivot from the guard at the ECB.
"idina" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Idina Dubai And I'm at Australia right alongside you were all grabbing with that word The paradigm shift in the bond market But I take you to the futures market this morning in treasuries and burns Yields are positive for the first time since 2019 in the bun market prices continue to fall in German government bonds But it is to the treasury market that perhaps it is the most interesting So here we have the futures price one 27 Why is that important Because there is a monster open interest at one 27 A lot of options have been written down there A lot of the market is short gamma and if we break through one 27 you are going to see the mother of all hedging go through on the treasury market So this is about marathon asset management talking about 8 rate hikes and the swaps market pricing at 1.23% by March of next year Let's get to some of the equity futures here as well as to full up fill up the picture as it were on the S&P 500 mini were called higher Half of 1% overnight then as that going into correction the S&P 500 was down for a second straight session and we're now below a key technical level for the first time since October But on the corporate side we have earnings from some of the banks out including Bank of America and Morgan Stanley that beat expectations You also had beyond the bank space earnings from Procter & Gamble that really offered some reason to be optimistic despite some of the concerns as to what the fed is going to bring to the table come march Ben emmons of medley global advisers doesn't think that there's a need to worry about a two hawkish fed and this might be an opportunity in tech Yeah as Biden walked out onto the podium last night and said I have a plan Well let's see what that plan is for the fed To defy political angst this is Sterling We're kissing a line which we haven't seen since Brexit days Do you remember that 2016 83 against the Euro This is Euro dying This is Sterling rising Inflation is the highest in 30 years in the United Kingdom That's a global issue How sticky is that inflation Well the governor says he is worried that that is it But this line in the San 83 I keep referring to line in the sand That's sock gens lying in the sand The market's already pricing in 50 basis points from the Bank of England Next month a hundred basis points by the end of this year There is a sea change and a shift in gears and the speed at which we're traveling in these rates market Let's also get to the lines and the sand that appears to be shifting a little bit in China around the low primary GTP go for our clients Interesting to see that move here because on your one year that was cut to 3.7% by ten basis points to 5 year which is a reference for longer term loans including mortgages that was lowered by 5 basis points to 4.6% So you're seeing a front loading of the 2022 easing efforts and that's probably not over It has implications for markets across the board And has indeed been set up that metals board that you showed just before the end of the show Let's see what that is playing out in Asia Giuliani has that from Singapore jewels Hey Matt we'll certainly the cut to the LPL the second month in a row is giving a big boost to property players across the Chinese session today and also just giving a poor booster as well to the overall regional benchmark index thanks in part as well to the pause that we have been seeing in the bond route The Asian stock market index now up by 1% its first gain in 6 sessions We're seeing some good movement coming through in the likes of Alibaba and Tencent to that's helping to prop up the overall hanging tech index which is up by more than three and a half percent in the afternoon session Also watching the Aussie kiwi which has jumped to its highest level since July After we saw unemployment hit a 13 year low in Australia Goldman Sachs now coming through saying they see the RBA scrapping QE next month and a rate hike in May 2023 Speaking of currencies let's flip the board and have a look as well at the yuan We saw the PBOC today set the yuan fix at its strongest level since May 2018 so perhaps some signs here that authorities are getting a little bit more comfortable with the strength of the currency which was Asia's best performing last year the reference rate today 6.3485 so as I say the highest since May 2018 menace Jill thank you very much President Biden says he thinks about him at Putin Does not want a full blown war We'll move in on Ukraine after amassing a 100,000 troops at the border The U.S. leader addressed the situation during a news conference marking his first year in office But if they actually do what they're capable of doing with the force of mass on the border it is going to be a disaster for Russia if they further engraved and invade Ukraine And that our allies and partners are ready to impose severe costs and significant harm on Russia and the Russian economy Let's get more with our reporter Bruce einhorn a disaster for Russia but what is a move in Is it just a small piece of Ukraine Well they already have a significant piece of Ukraine They took Crimea in 2014 and they've been active in the eastern Ukraine for quite a.
"idina" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Weather forecast from meteorologist Ren Clair today partly cloudy shower thunderstorm possible this afternoon 76 thunderstorms early tonight, then partly cloudy. Maybe a chance of showers. 58 Year low Tomorrow Partly cloudy 72 right after my talk studios Partly cloudy and 73. I don't know what Thank you, Holly Friends. Come along. Come on The journey with me on the culling and Bradley show. I'm Colleen Lindstrom. That's Bradley trainer. My talk one of 71. Are you all strapped in and ready for this ride? Uh, star of this ride is Shamila. What is a Shamila? Shawn Mendez, Camilla Cabello. It's a publication ship. They're just using their relationship for publicity. So I am. I saw this article. I'm going to put that loose quotes. In the daily Mail. Now what do we know about Camila Cabello? Right. This very moment. She is promoting what a movie called Cinderella That's appearing on Amazon prime right? And so she's been flexing her publication ship a lot more lately, because that's what you do when you got a project that you need to push right. And so I see this headline in the Daily Mail. I see this article again, loose quotes. Camilla Cabello flashes her midriff and toned curves in a bright pink Allah yoga set while heading to the gym with a pal in New York City, and I'm like final click. Sometimes I click on these for one very simple reason. I want to see how the daily mail expertly spins out an entire article based on somebody walking outside, right. And sure enough, there are pictures that accompany this story. And they are pictures of her friend and Camila Cabello, and she's wearing like biker shorts and a sports bra with like a sweatshirt. Around her waist and on the leg of her pants so very large and visible. Is the word a L O, which is the name of the yoga brand, and they're meant to look like paparazzi photos. They're meant to look natural. They are anything but it is meant to their failing miserably because that looks like an ad photo for all over yoga literally like it's out of the catalog. Right. So I'm like, Oh, okay, That's great. So Uh, fine now tuned into the ad. What more is there for me and then so first sentence. Uh, the 24 year old Cinderella star showed off her toned curves in an eye catching Alo Yoga said as she headed to work out with a book in hand. Following a quick sweat session. The do overseen writing city bikes. As they continue to enjoy the weekend. So we have in the very first two sentences are one to spawn can punch bump bump? I thought being and on well done well done, well, good population shipping. But then, as you scroll further into this story, because again, the daily mail experts at spinning out an entire story based on two photographs of span con There's another story that Tells about the fact that she was on Carpool karaoke with some of her cast mates from Cinderella, and they were also a part of that, like weird sidewalk, Uh, Music Festival with James, cause James Corden and a rat suit. Humping the side of a car. Um, my life's goal, is it I am Hi, Bradley Aim high. Um, anyway, it talks about this conversation that they had during, um During the carpool karaoke, where she explains how she prepared herself for her first date with Shawn Mendez. And the story goes. That she took two shots of tequila. And she ran around her house. Singing a song at the top of her lungs. Okay. Now, all of that is very convenient anyway, because they're doing carpool karaoke, and so they're about to sing a song, right? But the song we're about to sing. Is a song called Defying Gravity. That's interesting. Why is that interesting? Bradley? Uh, well, Typically, that song is sung by Or it has been sung by Adele Dazeem, right, wickedly talented Adele Dazeem. The song defying gravity is from the Broadway musical Wicked. The original, uh, character was played by Idina Menzel. Adina Menzel in the back seat or something? She sure was. No. Was she really? Yes. Because Idina Menzel is also in Oh, Cinderella, Cinderella thinking we're just like right now is a megazord. I know it's a It's a retroactive origin story of her relationship with Shawn Mendez. And I just I wanted to share it with you because I wanted us all to just say we see you. We see what you're doing. That's so happy. So obvious. So, yes, this episode of carpool Karaoke features Billy Porter, who is also in Cinderella, sitting in the front seat with James Corden, who's Also in Cinderella. And then in the back seat. We have Camilla Cabello and the wickedly talented adult disease so much synergy. It would have been awesome. If they had found out where John Travolta was so they could have pulled him over, right performed in front of him, right? Anyway, I just like I had to give this one high marks because there's a lot that just got thrown at us and that and into the non discerning eye, you might not have seen all of it. Well, no, And nobody pays attention to that because nobody is looking at how the sausage is made. Most people aren't we do And so it's just always good to see again that when we peel back the curtain Still, you know, obvious bunch of shenanigans is taking place. Yes. So be on high alert because in the midst of the promotion for Cinderella Camilla Cabello doing her own kind of self promotion and also is doing this like amazing cross promotion, where she's able to retrofit the story of her relationship her publish in ship. With her co star in Cinderella, who also Sung the song that she says she's saying when she was about to go on a date with a guy that she may or may not be engaged with published ship inception is insane. High marks for Camilla Cabello. We salute you. See you see you well done job well done when we come back on the Colleen and Bradley show so badly when I ask a different question, But we're going to ask this question. What is your favorite sound? 6516411? Oh, 71. What's your favorite sound? It's that simple. What sound do you like?.
"idina" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"I'll tell you. Good afternoon. Happy Friday Eve. Oh, yeah, it is. Yeah. Third year Thursday, Alright, A Tina Menzel. She is admitting That her nickname Adele Dazeem was actually the greatest thing that ever happened to her. Really? I believe she got so much publicity. I feel like her face looked like she was passed at the moment. Yes, Laurie. Okay. When that happened at the 2014 Oscars. That was when John Travolta was on stage, introducing a demon's L and I believe that she was performing Let it go on the Oscar stage her big moment now. Idina Menzel, a Broadway star, You know she has been in. Uh yeah, Oscar. She had been doing things but this was like she's on a global stage, performing one of the biggest hits of the year. John's got a new fresh pressed, wiggle it on that he had styled for that head. And it looked great that wiggle it. It really did. That was actually one of his better oppressed Widlitz. Yes, And so then he introduces. Adina Menzel as Adele the wickedly talented Yes. He did disease, So we loved it. Oh, my God. We were going crazy on Twitter. Oh, well, the world would I mean because I backed it up. Everyone reversed. You were like what? Because we had a tape and we're like, What did he just say? Fucking lead, talented adult, but either, he said, I tell this you It was so dramatic, so like he couldn't really He didn't have his contacts in or something. He couldn't read your name. Yeah, and so mad was mad when it happened, but now reflecting she's had some time. That was seven years ago. She's doing a little carpool karaoke to do some press for the Cinderella movie that she's starring in. I Love That movie You love Cinderella. Did you watch it? No. Oh, I'm going to the It's so cute. Oh, really? Oh, it's so cute. Is that the modern musical mash up so much problems story loved it. So you loved it again. Julia did And I've heard it from other people. They really loved it. Fantastic Now, Julia, Did you like the soundtrack? Did you like the Camilla Cabello song? Yes. I loved all of it. Well, fabulous. Well, they're doing press doing alot carpool karaoke, and that's where Adina Menzel is, like. You know what this is Probably the best thing that ever happened to me. The greatest thing never happened to me. Yeah, because I still have to pause when I say demons, elves, make sure Don't say Adele Dazeem, but you know, he said, she said that John has written so many nice, apologetic emails sent flowers. You were so kind to make up for it. He would fly wherever at this point, and Adina says, I would just say no worries because it's the best thing that ever I totally believe that it was one of the best cringeworthy Funniest things ever. Oh, yes, very much so so. That's all. And you know, John Travolta is always quite funny when he I mean, he talks about it, and I mean, he was He handled it really well. And it was just like, you know, when you make up a new name, Julia, I do today. I made up a new one. Yo know, because today 50 years ago today Imagine the album came out in Yoko did the cover, but I called her Yo know we love that one. It's not a good one, not speaking. Fused with pro. Yo, right. Exactly. Yeah, Correct. Uh, let's get awkward with Jennifer Aniston. Oh, thank you for process. Thank you for posting this because I had watch the whole thing. Oh, my gosh. So this is an interview that Jennifer Aniston and Reese Witherspoon did on British television to promote the morning show season two. So they were talking with what they call over in the UK A British breakfast show. They were talking to the one show. It would be like a G m A. Yes, of course. Uh huh. And Jennifer Aniston. Really just couldn't be bothered doing press for this. You know what? Even she's terrible at press unless she is sitting down with, like Ellen or Jimmy Kimmel. Someone she knows she is a very She is just an actor who is awkward with the press. And she always has been. She talks with her hands. She kind of has a bitchy resting into like I'm interested in the question, but she's really not. She's not perky. He hasn't like. Recently or you are Julia. Like you would sit like I would be more like Jennifer Aniston. Like on that situation. Julia would be reached. She can't hide her her feelings either, Can you You're so right about that Lorries through. Yes. So Jennifer Aniston was asked about what it was like. Reinterpreting a morning show acting in that, and she talked about it as being that it was a slow burn. She called working on a morning show a very vampire state of life. And she said in mind that you guys live in. Everybody comes alive in the middle of the night, and it's a slow moving train. Which you could get What Jennifer Aniston was pointing out. Laborious way to say something to follow. Here's the thing. Did you watch the morning show? Holly? I didn't. Okay, So one of the things though that really comes across on this great great show and that they do make a big deal about But Jennifer Anderson Yeah, is the time that morning show people get up, which is three a.m., and they make a point of showing the alarm and just how do I And everybody's got a car. So like reset had no problem answering this. Jennifer Aniston cannot answer a press question about a project she's in. Unless it's Eleanor. Jimmy. She just can't do it. Maybe she can sit down with that. She's just a terrible interview. Well, bright. It's interesting because it's like, huh? You think that you would have been coached a little bit about the questions that these people were going to ask? You know, even when she was backstage in the media room, you know it, and it's a refreshingly real thing about her. She doesn't try and make it pretend she doesn't about it. You know, like she'd go like even a couple of people say, I don't really know what you're asking me here, right? So in that way, I mean, I do like that. But thank you for posting it because I was just like, yeah, She doesn't like doing these interviews..
"idina" Discussed on WBUR
"You know, I've been a fan of abilities ever ever since Back in the day in the Broadway community, we were both younger and plugging away and so The whole world is sort of seeing what we as the Broadway community knew for many, many years. We should say you're talking about Billy Porter, who plays the fairy guard mother. He is amazing. He plays the fair, the fabulous godmother. Yeah. And this isn't just about the women. You know. I love that we finally get to meet the prince, who has always been absent in every single Cinderella story. He's always been a cipher. You never know what he wants or who he is Why she falls in love with him. And in this version, he has a storyline. He has a complex relationship with his dad. Thank you so much for pointing that out because I wanted to show that Prince Robert is actually going through the same thing that Cinderella is going through when they meet, and they converge and and and get in each other's lives that they actually help the other. Get out of those boxes. And those, you know, societal constraints that they're in at the end of the day. No matter who you are. Shouldn't you be allowed to follow your dreams? Have choice and agency over your lives. Do you know? It seems like there is a version of Cinderella for every generation. What do you think makes this story so timeless? Uh, I know you're going to ask me that and I have a hard time with it because It's not so timeless because we needed to recalibrate. So that's where I've been thinking a lot about it. Like, you know, these stories are quote unquote, timeless. And yet they don't always stand up test of time. We need to look at them as a society and change them. So what are the things that make us love them? I don't know. Is it the obviously the romance? What are the main story pillars? Kay? That makes something a timeless? Yeah, I mean, it's the classic underdog story and You know, like who is more of an underdog than Cinderella. I'm excited for 10 years from now or whatever for another one to come out that kind of keeps going with this modernization. Or maybe some old ideas that we have about how we used to think are are are altered again. And as we keep evolving in this world that was writer and director Kay Cannon and actress Idina Menzel. Their new movie,.
"idina" Discussed on KTOK
"Talk about one of your hobbies, song writing and playing music for you. What comes first, the lyric of the tune. Um, the music is always traditionally come first for me. Um, I play and I write all the time. So Yeah, I usually write the tomb, but the look A lyric will come pretty quickly on the back of the melody. Yeah, remember seeing conversations with Elton John? It was the other way around. He needed to see the poetry first and then the music would come that fascinates me. Well, I would you know, out, John knows more what he's talking about. How do you do it to you, Theo? Do you actually jot down the guitar tabs or or do you score the music? No, I just play I just and I saying and that you know that's about this riff on something and their ideas and I'm right. Copious notes all the time. Not when I'm somewhere to be just generally, I Keep notes on life and thoughts. So there's always There's always some business with some sentence that will trigger something. I suppose I need more practice because I still have to rely on tabs on a tab chart when I'm playing, and I just plunk around for my own benefit, But it makes me sit and think when I'm when I'm trying to finger what I think is a pretty Difficult fingering of whatever song I'm working on. Wow, who wrote this? Yes, I actually find different ways to play. If my used to call it playing chords that you have to take your shoes and socks off. I can't do it. I'll find an easier way. Every court has an easier version. Yeah. Many drivers joining us as far as maybe anymore projects other than your many questions with many driver you have anything in the pipeline. I mean, I know things have been stifled due to the pandemic. I'm here I've got am this really beautiful, big musical coming out in July, Cinderella with Camilla to Bayo on Idina Menzel and Billy Porter and Chris Pressman. Amazing, Amazing, beautiful musical and then and then in the summer as well. I am a serious called modern love for Amazon. Which is this beautiful anthology Syriza. And so Yeah, yeah, we We, um Well, we're busy, busy working, and we'll look for all of those projects and listen to many questions with many driver Thank you for joining us. Thank you so much. This has been later with Leigh Matthews. Leigh Matthews Podcast. Remember to listen. Live to the drive weekdays from 5 to 7 on NewsRadio. 1000. Katie, Okay. Did you know that over 90% of male enhancement pills are virtually the same thing that's repackaged. Re done over and over again. Why? Some place like.
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