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No. 12 Clemson wins 39th straight at home 31-16 over Cards

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | 2 weeks ago

No. 12 Clemson wins 39th straight at home 31-16 over Cards

"Number 12 Clemson bounced back from its lone loss of the season by earning its 39th consecutive home win 31 16 versus Louisville DJ Julia Gale through for a touchdown and ran for another as the tigers moved to 9 and one I feel like I got a good week of practice I feel like we came out and responded well Then we played hard It was a big stand I was playing real hard today Oh yeah Gale completed 19 of 27 throws for 185 yards Phil mafra ran for 106 yards and will shipley 97 is the tigers finished with 248 yards on the ground Mafia's 39 yard TD ice the win I'm Dave ferry

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Julie Powell, author of "Julie & Julia," dies at 49

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 3 weeks ago

Julie Powell, author of "Julie & Julia," dies at 49

"Food writer Julie Powell who was one of the subjects of the 2009 film Julie and Julia has died of cardiac arrest at her home in upstate New York according to her editor Powell was 49 I'm Archie's are a letter with the latest Julie Powell blogged for a year about making every recipe in Julia Child's book mastering the art of French cooking She wrote a book about it which led to the film version with Amy Adams playing Powell in Meryl Streep as child Powell told reporters in 2009 she left a stick of butter under child's portrait at the Smithsonian in Washington and

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"julia" Discussed on Minnie Questions with Minnie Driver

Minnie Questions with Minnie Driver

04:51 min | 3 weeks ago

"julia" Discussed on Minnie Questions with Minnie Driver

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'Black Adam' Revives Weekend Box Office

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | Last month

'Black Adam' Revives Weekend Box Office

"The superhero movie Black Adam leads the box office this weekend I'm Archie's are a letter with the latest I kneel before no one Dwayne Johnson earned his biggest box office weekend as a leading man with the film Black Adam It brought in an estimated $67 million according to studio estimates The Julia Roberts George Clooney romantic comedy ticket to Paradise debuted in second with $16.3 million Smile is in third place last week's winner Halloween ends drops to number four Lyle Lyle crocodile is 5th

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"julia" Discussed on Hello Monday by LinkedIn

Hello Monday by LinkedIn

03:36 min | Last month

"julia" Discussed on Hello Monday by LinkedIn

"Today we're hearing from Julia burstin on female entrepreneurs. There's something so many of them have in common. We practice it a lot here at hello Monday. Gratitude. This idea of gratitude came up so much in Julia's interviews that she started searching her transcripts to make sure that she was hearing it as often as she thought. I started digging into the research to try to figure out the role of gratitude in business. And there are some amazing studies showing that people who practice gratitude are better at doing long-term planning and long-term thinking. And there's this one specific study that I think sums it up. They bring in people for a study and they say, would you rather take $50 an hour or $84 later? And if they just offer them that choice, most people would take $50 now. Then they brought in people to see what the impact would be of doing these different writing studies. So they would have someone write about being happy, someone else write about feeling grateful and try to bring them into that mindset of happiness or gratitude. Feeling happy did not impact the outcome of whether they took $50 an hour or $84 later. But practicing gratitude made people want to take $84 later. It had this amazing impact of making people think about how they would feel down the road. The same thing is found to be true. For leadership, in that if you're feeling grateful, you're not as anxious about the near term success. You're not as anxious about what happens tomorrow. Maybe as anxious about the quarterly numbers and you can plan more for the long term. And the women who I reviewed in this book who practice gratitude and really saw gratitude is core to their mission and core to their business, they were the ones that were looking at long-term problems. Like Julia Collins, she meditates a gratitude meditation every day, and she is trying to solve global warming with these regenerative agriculture practices. She's thinking about a hundred year plan. Not about a short term plan, but a hundred year plan, or Sheena Allen, who's trying to fix the banking for the unbanked, all these people in the community she grew up with in Mississippi, don't have access to financial services. She said, I am so lucky. I can help solve these problems. She sees her proximity to her community, but also her understanding of the solution as this gift. And so with that, she is trying to create long-term solutions. And I think it's really interesting to see how that feeling of gratitude is not happiness, but gratitude can really push you to think about the big picture. I loved the entrepreneur from Mississippi. Which is probably a little bit of a personal connection. My wife is from Mississippi. We have a home there and spend a lot of time there. But what I loved about her story, will you remind me her name, Julia. Sheena Allen. Sheena Allen. What I loved about Sheena's story is that she had gone to Silicon Valley, she'd participated in the machine, and she had basically come away thinking, no, this machine is not for me.

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"julia" Discussed on Hello Monday by LinkedIn

Hello Monday by LinkedIn

04:54 min | Last month

"julia" Discussed on Hello Monday by LinkedIn

"She's CNBC's senior media and technology correspondent. And before that, she worked at fortune, like I did. Julia has reported on and built relationships with many of the women who have succeeded in startups. She points out that they have a lot in common. They're adaptable, empathetic. They're vulnerable and they're grateful. Julia has gathered her research in a new book called when women lead. It's just come out, and I have to tell you, it is both rigorous and a great read. I learned so much. On a subject I actually thought I knew quite a bit about. Julia focuses her book on women entrepreneurs in particular, and when we started talking, I needed to understand why she got so specific. When she's reported on women from all over

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28 dead as Julia drenches Central America with rainfall

AP News Radio

00:55 sec | Last month

28 dead as Julia drenches Central America with rainfall

"Dozens are reported dead after the path of hurricane Julia drenched Columbia and cut across Central America Former hurricane Julia has dissipated but is still drenching Guatemala and El Salvador with torrential rains The national hurricane center says flash flooding and mudslides continue to be a threat in Central America and southern Mexico through Tuesday More than two dozen people have been reported dead due to the storm the nation of El Salvador has declared a state of emergency Police there say a man died when a tree fell on him and two other people died after heavy rains caused a wall of their home to collapse The Rio Grande de San Miguel was a roaring torrent and channel 12 captured locals in San Miguel banding together to try to pull a car out of the muddy floodwaters The storm damaged homes and ripped roofs off in Colombia president Gustavo Petro flew over the Peninsula of la Waha on Monday and was pulled across a swollen creek on a float wrapped in plastic to visit communities still divided by floodwaters I'm Jennifer King

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Did Emma Roberts Give Evan Peters the Darkness to Play Jeffrey Dahmer?

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

01:22 min | 2 months ago

Did Emma Roberts Give Evan Peters the Darkness to Play Jeffrey Dahmer?

"Maybe Evan Peters had some good shit in his background to work with. You know, back in 2013. Evan Peters was dating Julia Roberts niece and Eric Roberts daughter, the actress Emma Roberts, they met on American Horror Story and things were going fine. Then they took a trip to Montreal altogether, had an argument and Emma got all Jeffrey Dahmer on Evan Peters. Apparently, the fight got so bad between them that Evan Peters emerged with a bloody nose and bite marks on his body. Now he didn't press charges and Emma Roberts was released after questioning, but you know, believe it or not, they kept right on dating. The reason for the fight, you ready? At one point, the story goes that Emma Roberts was with Evan Peters, but then she messed around with the actor Hayden Christensen, and it didn't just screw up her relationship with Peters. It's also the reason why Christian broke up with his longtime girlfriend, Rachel Bilson. So, you know it has to happen, right? Evan Peters has to go and have sex with Rachel Bilson. You have to. Am I the only person who's exacted revenge like that?

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'Torment of hell:' Ukraine medic describes Russian torture

AP News Radio

00:59 min | 2 months ago

'Torment of hell:' Ukraine medic describes Russian torture

"A volunteer Ukrainian medic detailed Russian torture to a congressional committee Julia is considered a hero in Ukraine and goes by the name Tyra The first 20 days of this war I spent in marable which was held then she was detained I spent three months in Russian captivity Perhaps go to a lawmakers of torture by Russian forces In mothers arms A 7 years old boy with bullet wounds in my lap what does she want Designate Russia as a state sponsor of terrorism We recognize this aggression as a hano site Help us to save Ukraine She said genocide peyote received global attention after her body cam footage was provided to the AP Ed Donahue Washington

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No War Between Religious and Liberal Education

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:16 min | 3 months ago

No War Between Religious and Liberal Education

"No, I especially want archbishop chapu, who is listening right now, 'cause he listens every morning to hear this. You are the product of Catholic schools. Father John Allen is cited and we'll talk about that sister Mary Gerald is responsible for you being a PhD accomplished scholar because she persuaded your father because you pointed out in 1950s Brooklyn's sisters had more authorities than fathers to go to an elite school where you learned, but I want him to know. You say religious education and liberal education are not at war with each other. Honest to God, religious education civic education professional and technical education are not at war with the liberal arts. And in fact, if we want to talk about diversity, it will be wonderful if people who are in more technical or more marketable fields have greater above of the liberal arts and reversely, if people in the liberal arts would have some respect for professors of business, professors of law, there's an awful lot to be learned there. I learned as much from Julia Child as I learned from Alan bloom. I got to tell you that.

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Julie Kelly: Leaking Info to Corrupt Media Isn't Helping Garland

The Dan Bongino Show

01:28 min | 3 months ago

Julie Kelly: Leaking Info to Corrupt Media Isn't Helping Garland

"Julius is that why you think Garland gave this kind of rushed this is sniveling coward of a human being gave this rushed kind of pathetic presser yesterday where he just scuttled off without even taking a single question They must know this that the narrative they've lost the narrative at this point They've lost the narrative and I'll tell you Dan leaking information to The Washington Post and now just within the past 15 20 minutes to The Wall Street Journal Instead of letting the legal process or doing what they said that they were going to do which is wait until this afternoon to hear from Trump's lawyers and then they would release at their leaking it to the same regime propagandist who obliged the American people about everything related to Donald Trump for 6 years This does nothing to restore their credibility It actually burns it even further because the only people that Americans hate more and trust less than the federal government is the news media And they're giving it to these mainstream outlets who promoted the Russia collusion hoax and every other stupid scheme that the government has put the anti Trump government forces have put together So this is not in for Merrick Garland and Chris ray basically to low key threat in Americans for criticizing this or criticizing the agency That really is certainly not helpful and will infuriate people even more Julia I'm having

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Journalist Julie Kelly on the Endemic Corruption in the FBI

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

01:54 min | 3 months ago

Journalist Julie Kelly on the Endemic Corruption in the FBI

"I'm back with Julie Kelly. Julia, I was asking you about the fact that the Democrats can't stop themselves, it seems they tried to impeachment, they tried Russia collusion, and it looks like this is they're on a quest in search of a crime. They have their target, they have their suspect, they have their person they want to indict and it's just a matter of what do we get this guy on. And interestingly, it seems that so much so many of the pundits and the media and so on are all sort of brazen disregard of law. They really are. So going back to what you said at the end of our first segment, Debbie is right. I'm sure she'll be happy to hear that. But of course, she's seen how this plays out in places like Venezuela. But also, we see that this DoJ is producing all of these imaginary charges. I mean, you have this DoJ, Matthew gray is the U.S. attorney for the District of Columbia, who is charged about 20 Americans with seditious conspiracy. This is such a rare charge. There's not even sentencing guidance for it. No American has ever been convicted of it. Yet Matthew graves managed to go to a grand jury in Washington D.C. city that voted 93% for Joe Biden convinced them that nonviolent people like the oath keepers who walked into the building and opened door carried no weapons, assaulted no one. Didn't even vandalize property, that they somehow are guilty of seditious conspiracy. So this Justice Department doesn't have to convince anyone except a grand jury in Washington D.C. of these imaginary crimes. I mean, you have people going to jail for years on a charge of obstruction of an official proceeding, which I think is one of the counts that they are going to try to charge Trump with.

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Did the White House Make an Error in Shinzo Abe's Name?

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:27 min | 5 months ago

Did the White House Make an Error in Shinzo Abe's Name?

"Does anybody know if you're Japanese or you're fluent in Japanese affairs? Is it shenzhou Abe or Abe Shinzo? Did the Japanese have that tradition of kind of inverting the names? Because some cultures and languages do that. But Biden's statement calls him abbe Abe Shinzo. Everywhere I've always known him to be shin so Abe. Tell me The White House didn't make that kind of an error. Please tell me that they aren't so incompetent that they don't know the proper usage of the former Japanese prime minister's name. I mean, honest to goodness, you can't make this crap up. It's like that we're living through an episode of veep nonstop. It's on a loop. And if you don't believe me, warning language warning, lots of adult language, but it's one of the funniest TV shows in the history of TV. And it's called veep starting the brilliantly funny Julia Louis-Dreyfus on HBO. And that's what this is like. Kamala Harris babbling? Joe Biden's wife telling him say God bless America. Say God bless America. God bless America. It's like the scene from Christmas vacation.

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Ukrainian medic taken captive after she recorded horrors of war

AP News Radio

00:29 sec | 6 months ago

Ukrainian medic taken captive after she recorded horrors of war

"A Ukrainian medic has recorded her time in mariupol on a data card smuggled out to the world in a tampon Julia paya is now reported to be in Russian hands Managed to record two weeks in the life of a medic in the first few weeks of the war in a town which is experienced the brunt of the fighting The wounded little girl cries in pain and fear as she is led in on a stretcher the girl's brother is also taken into hospital starts to weep as she realizes the

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"julia" Discussed on The Emma Guns Show

The Emma Guns Show

03:26 min | 7 months ago

"julia" Discussed on The Emma Guns Show

"It's all here, welcome to the show. My guest in this episode of the podcast is psychotherapist and author Julia Samuel. Julia is a returning guest, and in this episode we delve into one of the most valuable resources available to us. If we want a journey of personal development or just trying to understand ourselves better. And if you think about bettering yourself, you might think of today as day one and the better version of yourself that you envisage waiting for you at some point in the future. You ever been tempted to do that, start a new thing, a regime, or whatever, on a Monday, and you're sort of hoping that at the end of all of that effort, whether it's a month, three months, 6 months a year, that this great version of yourself that you really pinned all your hopes on is going to be waiting for you at the other end. Well, what will get you to that version of yourself that you're aiming for is consistent effort, learning, behavioral change, any number of things, but it's quite a few shifts. It takes a lot of effort. It might take a lot of learning and newness. And the perspective I've never really heard championed and one that Julia is expert in is an understanding who you are based on the information that exists before. And by before, I mean learning the story of your family. Who we are today, this version of ourselves is a combination of the people and experiences who came before us, and the effects may be showing up on our present, and they may be confusing. So rather than focus ahead on how to change, Julie and I discuss the value in looking back to understand how we got here. And Julie has actually written a fantastic book that explores this in detail with 8 families called every family has a story, how we inherit love and loss, and it really is a fascinating exploration into family relationships and how they fundamentally influence our health and happiness. And it's via these family therapy sessions with 8 families that she conducted during lockdown. And this book, perhaps wouldn't exist if it wasn't for lockdown because she explains getting, I think it was four generations of one of the families in one place was easy to do virtually then physically. Imagine trying to get four generations in one room to do this. So this book examines a range of common issues from separation, leaving home, loss, sense of identity, and shows through these multi generational conversations. How much has passed from one generation to the next? And how it shows up and how trying to work on it doesn't involve looking forward, although that might be part of it. It involves a lot of looking back. And I hope if you're a longtime listener of this podcast, that you'll know that when addressing mental health or talking about anything that sits in this quote on quote personal development space, it's my intention to arm you with tools, not just conversations you can not along with. And I'm not going to create a podcast where we're just naval gazing. I really hope that there are things that you can take from every episode that will be helpful. And Julia has, in all her visits to the podcast, but perhaps especially with this conversation, said shared so many practical tools tips and things you can do today that are absolutely actionable and achievable. And for that reason, I'm really glad to be sharing this conversation. I really do feel it's the show you could listen to today and learn something from take something from that could help you make a really profound change. You've been looking for. So I'll put the link to the book in the show notes and it's a strong recommend for me. It's very beautifully written as well, Julie is a very skilled writer. It's really a pleasure to read. So I'll put the links to the book and all of Julia's social media in the show notes, but it's a warm welcome back to Julia Samuel on.

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"julia" Discussed on Pop Culture Happy Hour

Pop Culture Happy Hour

02:02 min | 8 months ago

"julia" Discussed on Pop Culture Happy Hour

"You know, I can be the translator, interpreting French food through my lens and those conversations happen with French food back in the day. They're happening with Chinese food and Indian food nowadays. I thought that was interesting. Yes. It's sort of just like reminds me of how we just keep rebooting old franchises because we know they're recognizable names. We know that they're palatable to a broad subset of white America, so we keep doing it. Absolutely. I just want to put in my pitch to TV executives listening to this that I think there should be a Martin Yan mini series. I mean, that guy's life, Aaliyah chase, miniseries, a mother Joffrey miniseries. All of those people fascinating lives so deserving of the treatment that Julia Child has gotten. Absolutely. And you don't start with people knowing a whole bunch of the biography. I know very little about any of the folks that you just mentioned other than the food part. Yeah. Well, we want to know what you think about Julia find us at Facebook dot com slash PCH H and on Twitter at PCH. That brings us to the end of our show Priya Krishna. It is always such a delight to have you. Thank you for being here. Thank you, Linda. This is awesome. And of course, thank you for listening to pop culture happy hour from NPR. If you have a second sign up for our newsletter, that's an NPR dot org slash pop culture newsletter. This episode was produced by Anna isaacs and edited by Mike Katz and Jessica reni and hello come in provides the music you are perhaps bobbing your head to right now. So thanks for listening to pop culture happy hour from NPR. I'm Linda Holmes and we'll see you all tomorrow when we will be talking about the new comedy special from Gerard Carmichael. Denzel curry brought rage to hip hop. Now he's seeing other rappers following his footsteps. They're probably angry about something that they're not facing either. So that's why range connects with a lot of kids out there, you know what I'm saying? Denzel curry is taking that anger and channeling it into art. On this week's episode of the limits with me, Jay Williams..

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"julia" Discussed on Pop Culture Happy Hour

Pop Culture Happy Hour

05:52 min | 8 months ago

"julia" Discussed on Pop Culture Happy Hour

"Yeah, I agree. There is so much promise, I feel like in this supporting cast, I mean, this is a really interesting place to find the reunion of David Hyde Pearson Bebe Neuwirth for as far as I know the first time since they were on Frasier together. Where they always had this really kind of very funny chemistry. And you do eventually get an episode that leans heavily into that into the relationship between the two of them, him as her husband and her as Avis. So there is all this built up stuff around the supporting cast that I liked. You see these interesting moments where she's wrestling with being a personality. Like I said, and she's sort of going to book signings and I liked the fact that they admitted they acknowledge that she also loves it, that she feels like, oh, all these people are here to see me and it's so exciting, but she wants to be able to kind of retreat into her privacy at some point. She wants to be able to say, but I still should be able to just step away and be with my husband and be a regular person and she's finding that quite difficult. I think that is far and away the most interesting part of the show. You know, you look at what is happening now with food people and people developing parasocial relationships with them, I felt completely seen by the feelings that Julia had this idea of like, oh my God, these people, they know me, they know who I am. They know all of these details about my life and I like it, but do I feel comfortable with it? Like the scene with her.

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"julia" Discussed on Pop Culture Happy Hour

Pop Culture Happy Hour

04:39 min | 8 months ago

"julia" Discussed on Pop Culture Happy Hour

"And I wished they had been, the other thing that kind of comes up in this is that there are times when she is not very nice to people. She's not very appreciative to people. There are times when her producers feel unappreciated. There are times when her friends feel unappreciated because she has this like entourage almost that's working with her her friends, her editor, Judith Jones, not all of those people love dealing with her all the time. I kind of wished they had been willing to kind of dig into that a little bit more. Yes, I completely agree. I think that it touches on that and especially her relationship with Alice. But yes, I think it would have made for a much more compelling show if it was not just about Julia, but about how she made the people around her in her universe feel and it lingered on that just a little longer, right? It was interesting to me that on the one hand, her husband kind of thinks she should be above doing television. At the beginning. And at the same time, public television, the people at WGBH kind of think maybe they should be above doing a cooking show for housewives. So it's very interesting to me sort of shift in what people consider to be worthwhile, whether you can do really educational television, which was sort of doubted from both the television side and the author slash series person side. I kind of thought that was interesting. But Alice, who you mentioned, is I think sort of a composite they have said of different producers. I love love love that actress. I found the character to be so underdeveloped and to me such a transparent example of like, oh, this is a really white story. We need to add like a splash of color. To make this feel relevant in 2022, but it felt to me like there was this token black person in black storyline and otherwise extremely white story where I mean, if you look at any shot of people in the show, it is so astonishingly white that I took notice immediately and it feels like the character of Alice is just put in there to be like, well, we need to have some ounce of intersectionality..

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"julia" Discussed on Pop Culture Happy Hour

Pop Culture Happy Hour

05:26 min | 8 months ago

"julia" Discussed on Pop Culture Happy Hour

"There's been no shortage of biographical material about Julia Child who in the 1960s became one of the first food television personalities in the United States. HBO Max adds to the story with Julia, a scripted series about her life in the early years of public television's the French chef when she was uneasily navigating transition from cookbook author to TV star and that transitioned the show suggests was not always easy. I'm Linda Holmes and today we're talking about Julia on pop culture happy hour from NPR. Joining us today is New York Times food reporter and author of the bestselling cookbook Indian ish, Priya Krishna. Welcome back Priya it's good to have you. Always happy to be here on my favorite podcast. I wanted to speak to no one else about this as much as I wanted to speak to you. As you may know, there have been other attempts to tell the story of Julia Child to say the least, including a documentary film also entitled Julia that came out just last year. But the most famous scripted version is probably her half of the movie Julie and Julia where Meryl Streep played Julia Child in the part of her life leading up to the publication of her book mastering the art of French cooking. The new HBO Max series Julia picks up a couple years later, when mastering is a hit and child goes on public television on WGBH in Boston to promote it, by demonstrating an omelet. And the demonstration goes well enough that she pitches a show to the station and they start airing it. She starts on the road to becoming kind of the figure she eventually was. Sarah Lancashire plays Julia Child, David Hyde Pierce plays her husband Paul. Bebe Neuwirth plays her friend Avis devoto. Brittany Bradford plays producer Alice naman and Fran kranz plays producer Russ morash. Julia is now streaming on HBO Max. What was your reaction to hearing that there was going to be another Julia Child show? I rolled my eyes. I'm going to be honest. I think that Julia Child is a seminal figure in American cooking. I thoroughly enjoyed Julie and Julia and in particular the YouTube cut where it's just Meryl Streep's portions. Yeah. But I wasn't particularly excited for this show. Actually, when I started my job at the time last year, I reported a profile of Martin Yan, one of the first Asian American television chefs, and the question that I kept asking him and I kept asking myself was like, gosh, this guy's life has been fascinating..

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 Harvard senior's Disney-inspired Korean musical a hit online

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 9 months ago

Harvard senior's Disney-inspired Korean musical a hit online

"A Disney inspired musical by a Harvard University student is a hit online there are a lot of Disney princesses but not a Korean won all of the week's world can't rock beach twenty two year old Julia ruelle wrote shim Cheong a folk tale for her senior thesis at Harvard she posted her first song on tictoc on a Friday night and by Saturday night I had ten thousand followers we use musical draws on the Korean folktale the blind man's daughter it's about a young woman who goes on an adventure and in particular it's about a young woman who is looking to return home and to reunite with her family Disney has historically struggled to reflect the diversity of its audience I never saw other cream people on on

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Putin Made His Intentions Clear Back in 2007

The Trish Regan Show

01:27 min | 9 months ago

Putin Made His Intentions Clear Back in 2007

"Because I remember back in 2007, it was June 2007. I was at the G 8 summit in hey weekend, Germany. And that was one of the first times Putin really came out and made it very clear what his ultimate aspirations were. And there were people that understood this, including Julia toma, who had been the leader during the orange revolution there in Ukraine eventually went on to become prime minister. She really understood that she articulated it well. I encourage everybody to go look at this. The foreign affairs journal, which is run by council on foreign relations, they put out a piece from Yulia back in 2007 in May of 2007. And I remember reading it and really being blown away and then talking to numerous people who were very familiar with Putin's thinking, he always aspired to this, right? He always wanted to basically conquer the world. He wanted to assemble the Soviet Union and felt that that was the most important thing that he could do in his life and he's got a kind of backwards approach while you or I, and if in China, by the way, because they're way more logical, while we might say, well, the key to do that is through economic success. We want to build our economy, build our businesses so that they're so strong that we become the dominant force, right? You can't mess with us, so to speak. He never really took that tact.

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Olympics Live: Men's downhill rescheduled due to high winds

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 10 months ago

Olympics Live: Men's downhill rescheduled due to high winds

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Olympics Live: 2 Aussie curlers out of Games due to COVID

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 10 months ago

Olympics Live: 2 Aussie curlers out of Games due to COVID

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Does Julia Fox Just Have a Thing for Rappers?

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

01:49 min | 10 months ago

Does Julia Fox Just Have a Thing for Rappers?

"Let's talk about what's going on with Kanye West's main squeeze, Julia Fox, huh? I mean, things are getting really weird. I'm not even sure you understand what's going on. One of my patrons and sleuths who goes by the name of insta wolf, great guy. He's been bothered by the fact that this chit Julia Fox has already been screwing around with the rapper Drake. Who many people consider Kanye's nemesis? All right? And since Kanye always believed Kim slept with Drake during a small breakup they had back in the day, that's a very important thing we have to think about. So remember, Julia Fox hung out with Drake probably had sex with them. And that's something that, you know, bangs around Kanye's head. That's the first thing. And they're a pictures of Drake buying very expensive birkin bags for Julia Fox. And you know how that goes. You get the birkin bag and before you know it, you know, she's upside down in your bedroom doing whatever the fuck you want her to do. That's the way it goes. Birkin bags are very, very you got a girl of birkin bag. You can pretty much direct what you wanted to

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Julia Fox Name Drops and Gushes Over Kanye in Interview Magazine

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

01:57 min | 11 months ago

Julia Fox Name Drops and Gushes Over Kanye in Interview Magazine

"Oh my God, I got my hands on the interview, magazine that Julia Fox is, oh my God, Julia Fox, Kanye's new girlfriend, girl, the moment, whatever you want to call her. The talk in this interview magazine is a very, you know, lady entitled fancy schmancy magazine. You know, Andy Warhol began and it's one of those magic. They normally get celebrities to interview celebrities. So it's like a double hand job interview. All these things are like that. How's the relationship with yay evolving? And fox goes, you know, I'm so used to being fucked all over in relationships. So I keep waiting for him to disappoint me because he makes very grandiose promises. And it's like, how could he ever pull it off with all the other things he has going on? But he always does. Last night was a testament to that. Would there be like 9 days where he always pulls it off? He's love bombing you, girl. She talked about another date where Kanye played the movie Zola for his friends and Julie was so touched to include Zola and our narrative. I can't take these people. And then she name dropped a lot of people who were at the house watching. Who was their last night? Oh, Dave Chappelle, Marilyn Manson, Naomi Campbell, the actor from the new Batman camera on Jack Donahue from Salem, Andrew Richardson from Richardson magazine, Richie Suzanne, all my friends came, Richie a sashimi with Marilyn Manson and they had a really nice heart to heart. Who the fuck? Who is Richie's Shazam? Who is Andrew Richardson? Who's Jack Donahue? I know Jack Donahue from Alec Baldwin's character and then show, but oh, all these people. Why do I need to know them? And by the way, who's inviting a rapist to dinner. Kanye's inviting Marilyn Manson to dinner? I'll have sweet. What a sweet birthday

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Are Kim and Kayne Kidding With Their New Partners?

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

01:56 min | 11 months ago

Are Kim and Kayne Kidding With Their New Partners?

"This whole Kanye West and Julia Fox thing, that is hard to look at as much as it is to look at Pete Davidson and Kim Kardashian are both of these fucking couples kidding us, Kevin Kardashian stock. I've been on record saying, I think she's so beautiful. From the waist up. I don't like her big fucking ass. I hate that shit. The waist up, I find her hard to look like just really beautiful. In a convertible, there's very few women more beautiful than Kim Kardashian. When she steps on a car, you see the big fat ass. I don't want an ass the size of a 36 inch screen. I don't want that. But waist up, tippy top, cream of the crop. Her stock has nosedived. And Kanye's level of thirst is so predictable and gross. For one thing, no one cares about Julie Fox. No one, Julia Fox. No one thought about Julia Fox as being a fox. No one thinks she's a fox. She's okay. Yeah, yeah, yeah, we saw her and I'm catching uncut jumps. Yeah, she'll be great on ketchup. Yeah, great. No, no one can. The girl he was with before that? Fini tria holy Christ. She was insanely sexy. You don't lose a girl like that. No matter how much you couldn't get along with her. Kanye worked that for the next three, four, 5 months. Take that body into the fucking spring and summer. Let's see that body in saint barts. No one cares about Julia Fox with the Pantheon lines above her hips while she's wearing diesel's newest collection doesn't work, bro. Kim Kardashian is laughing about Julia. And Pete is going to get Kanye West back on his meds. If he's not on them already, he's on illicit drugs to try to cope with this

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"julia" Discussed on Radical Self Belief - The Mojo Maker© Podcast

Radical Self Belief - The Mojo Maker© Podcast

05:19 min | 1 year ago

"julia" Discussed on Radical Self Belief - The Mojo Maker© Podcast

"Another thing is that even if you're not in your 40s or 50s, you much younger, you've probably still got money that you don't think you have because if you've got a super fun and you've got insurance to that super fund, which typically people do, you've got a couple of $100,000 there. So there is a meaningful amount that everybody's leaving, but you know you've got to figure out what it is that makes you take and what you want to leave behind. I mean, personally, I love the arts and I have had a lot of pleasure going to theater and concerts and so on. So when I really thought about what I wanted as my legacy, I want to help someone perform in the odds that probably wouldn't get a chance before. And it's very complex to set it up and you really think about what how would I pick that person, you know, after I'm dead, who would choose that person and you know I had to think about, well, which of my friends would be good to put in those positions and you know, that's the kind of fun part of it. I think the thought that we're going to die, that's not a fun part. But you've got something positive to leave behind. That can be very, very pleasant. And I think that that has actually made me feel less afraid to die, knowing that there's something that I will leave behind. It's so interesting the word mortality. I mean, I lost my father a couple of months ago. My mom's 81. So once you get to a phase where you start losing your parents, then you start thinking about what's next. And also when we talk about legacy, we're not just talking about when we pass on. I know a lot of CEOs and business founders and people they're trying to bring their children through their leaders inside the corporation legacy is not just, I guess you're well on testimony. It's also if you founded a business or you've got something going, what happens with all that vision and creativity and culture that you're trying to create. So there are many footprints that we leave as individuals. And I just wanted to say I love the fact that you found who would be if the executioner of your will who would have the charter of putting up this fund and finding those people, you found that a fun thing that bought light to what would normally be a discussion and a thought process, most people just don't want to go to. Yeah. And I think that bringing up the discussion that's really difficult. And I think it was this time last year I was talking to a lawyer and we were talking about wills and he said, now he's a good time. You know, the families get together for Christmas. You know, when everyone's together, talk about your will and your parents will and what they expect and what a siblings maybe you eat expect to do for your parents and so on. And what you expect for your children as well. So depending on what stage of life you're at, it's a good time when the families together to bring things out in the open. Because there's so many things with wheels. You know, if you have more than one child and you don't want to split things evenly or even if you do, you know, the kid's going to say bit so and so got something more when I was alive when you know it's a very complex area and can cause so much family problems. And I think getting yourself right in your own ground and energy is the most important thing. But you know, why do you think that we have money in itself as a topic? The other thing about this is a lot of people feel they don't have enough. So once you start looking at what do I need to retire with so my legacy after work, let alone what do I need to pass over? Is that if he actually front you from a lot of people because there was a thing going around Instagram that said, if you retire with a $1 million, you know, you have to live off 33,000 a year, so to speak. But a lot of people can't even imagine retiring with a $1 million at the moment. And so there's a lot of fear around not having enough right now, let alone set sparks a lot of triggers in people that what if I'm not wealthy enough? How do we know our idea of wealth and how can we be comfortable with what we have now in order to do the next step of planning? How do you help that discussion with your read is even? I think all of it, you know, whether it's your will or whether you've got enough money. To be discussed. And I think it's the way that it comes up in conversation. And so for myself, I read a book a couple of years ago with Kate McCallum a financial adviser. It's called the joy of money. And basically, we looked at money as it's not a discrete topic. You don't talk about money as separate to the rest of your life. It's the enabler for what you want to do in life. So can you afford the holiday break it down? You know, what do I need to leave each week? It's hard to talk about the future without looking at what you have now and is that enough is that satisfying is that giving you pleasure? Can you turn that down and swap work for life after you get retirement age? It's a difficult topic. And I think there's so much going around about how much you do need in retirement. And you know that $1 million figure. Yes, you know, you're living off 33,000 a year, but that's if you don't draw down on the capital. And at some point, maybe you will draw down on the capital. You know, that's what most people will do. But you've got to look at it and figure out what would you do if that was all you had. If you had 33,000, how would you make up the shortfall if you're going to have a shortfall in your life and think about alternatives? You know, retirement now isn't just shut the door on your job and you walk away. You might do something part time. You might do the same job part time. You might change careers.

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"julia" Discussed on Mastering Finland

Mastering Finland

03:07 min | 1 year ago

"julia" Discussed on Mastering Finland

"Welcome everybody is better here. Enter the old liked. Welcome julia the initiator of their formative petition and anew governors and one of the referee migra team members. Welcome both of you. Hi thanks to be here good to have you here so the goal of the reforming petition. That we're gonna be talking about. Today is to improve migori services and a service procedures which has caused a lot of difficulties stress and pain and julia finished of the petition..

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"julia" Discussed on Good Life Project

Good Life Project

04:24 min | 1 year ago

"julia" Discussed on Good Life Project

"To look for those times and being happy to acknowledge it when you discover that you were wrong and my parents were good role models in the sense and they would when we would get into an argument. Because i thought some rule was unfair for example when i was seven or eight years old and they disagreed with me every now and then they would come back after the fact and say you know what julia we thought about it and we discussed it and we decided. Actually you are right. This was an unfair roller. You know we we did go like we didn't follow through on our word or something They will change that rule. And i remember feeling in those instances very appreciative that they would actually listen to consider my point seriously but also admiring that like this is a cool thing to do and i want to do this too and i i admire people. Who do this and i want them out and hang out with them and read them and follow them online. I didn't think that when i was seven. But i think that was. That was a consequence of this early experience. Yeah it's so powerful to actually had that experience as a kid. Because i think so many times you know as a parent now got on on the one hand you want to be open and like absolutely own. The fact that he don't know everything and and and the vast majority of the time as a parent. You don't know anything actually and at the same time like you sometimes struggle with. But i am supposed to be thirty grams be provider of answers and supposed to be the one who creates a certain sense of safety and security and i think sometimes there's a tension there. Yeah you know when you're trying to sort play those dual roles of fostering intellectual curiosity and at the same time you know like allowing that creating this the the feeling that the world is a safe place when in fact maybe it's not and maybe that's actually not the best thing to be doing..

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"julia" Discussed on Tipsy Tales

Tipsy Tales

03:48 min | 1 year ago

"julia" Discussed on Tipsy Tales

"All righty okay. So the my stories about the curse of julia brown lou and this is kind of the turn of the century says anyways. Just want to put this out there. The story that i'm gonna talk about. I just want you guys to take your with a grain of salt because like so many stories through the ages of women that were also known as healers or witches. The chew stories often blurred through the perceptions of the day and colored through the lens steak the lens of ideologies religion politics fear. It's still that way it's still that way. It's still that way. But i am a healer well and so was she. So julia bernard born around eighteen. Forty five became julia brown when she married. Self esteem. Brown in eighteen eighty. They lived in the town of for near on the banks of the manchester swamp. I'm sorry your dog was biting me. He grabbed my hand. He's like what what year eighteen eighty to get a buggy on your. I think that's not my nose. Eight hundred eighty okay. That's i thought you said so. They lived in the town of for near on the banks of the man checks while in louisiana on a forty acre homestead plot that had been granted to self esteem by the government..

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"julia" Discussed on CREATE with Katrina Julia

CREATE with Katrina Julia

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"julia" Discussed on CREATE with Katrina Julia

"Dot com instagram katrina. Julia fit the same on twitter and facebook. Trina juliane youtube. Created with katrina julia. Of course on the show. You're listening so you know and Linked in katrina julia. Or my link is backslash katrina lifestyle transformation after lincoln dot com and. Thank you to glamour shots Weekend voyagers and also for photography as well thank you so so much again to shutout elana as well as wage. at l. and shelley and the team and remember if you share on social channels katrina. Julia fit creation. I'll reshare you leave a review on the show. I will also shot you out on a show. Thank you so much for tuning in and remember create transform and inspire you are born to tabs on wellness money marketing business and travels to create a life already head on over to the blog the podcast and the threes to jumpstart your transfer it. You're ready to dive into online courses. The live event or the retreat and he wanted to create with are coming on an even deeper level. Definitely check out. Our internships are influenced or collaborations manage and brand engages us. Let's create it.

"julia" Discussed on CREATE with Katrina Julia

CREATE with Katrina Julia

02:45 min | 1 year ago

"julia" Discussed on CREATE with Katrina Julia

"Vip chore an h. l. n. morning express on thursdays at eight thirty. Am with robin meet. She's a long term inker of hsen's morning express with robin meade a new york times bestselling author in a singer songwriter with two albums to her name. She's also known. For covering the inauguration of president obama and president on location and hosting ask oprah's all stars at the moguls request to help kick off the own network in twenty eleven. I've been to the cnn center for tour once with my great friend. John mccullough when she visited in twenty ten before she passed away in twenty thirteen from cancer. The super special memory the second time with my mom and we went when one of the many times she's visited me in atlanta Motte we do lots of mommy and me things. I highly recommend the tour. And it's super interesting to learn about cnn and the exclusive behind the scenes tour even though fun fact. I don't watch cnn. i don't watch news. I read news. Maybe once a week or once every two weeks because i refuse to listen to fearful things and some of you may be amazed especially considering the pandemic and different things but that was even more show that i was like no. It was enough to be isolated. I know some people that were around me or neighbors would always have the news on. And i could see what it did to their psyche and just further confirmed the decision. I made with news years ago photo. Tips make sure you take a picture. Oh side note. That would change. If more of the news networks started focusing on positive news and amazing things that people are doing all around the world instead of being fear-filled so if you're a journalist or you're a part of a network more you might gain more people if you actually may be provided a balance and or you did a good news hour so free tip there it could likely increase your viewership to millions if not billions photo tips..

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"julia" Discussed on CREATE with Katrina Julia

CREATE with Katrina Julia

03:12 min | 1 year ago

"julia" Discussed on CREATE with Katrina Julia

"I understand the struggle. I've been there. I've walked through and continue to walk walking from fear to fate. Devaluing purity pay to love corporate to calling and bondage three dollars. So it's been a journey as you can see walking right with you on your own green a life and business you learn all themes about wellness about about lifestyle and travel you will learn how and how you can create it too. So who am i. I'm katrina julia. Lifestyle entrepreneur a creator travelers. Welcome to feature with shutout atlanta. So thank you to shelly in the team for reaching back out to me to be featured again with shadow. Atlanta and voyage a. T. l. which i've been featured on before so this is as an added voiceover for the story there and you can see that in the lincoln bio so me katrina julia. The multi passionate creator traveler and ceo. We had the good fortune of connecting with katrina julian. We shared our conversation below. Hi katrina so. This is me obviously sharing from their perspective. Can you walk us through the thought process of starting your business. The thought process behind starting my own business included a mixture of faith transformation and allying. Action step-by-step my own transformation to create a life and business. I loved helped me see clearly to help others.

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"julia" Discussed on Pilot to Pilot - Aviation Podcast

Pilot to Pilot - Aviation Podcast

04:35 min | 1 year ago

"julia" Discussed on Pilot to Pilot - Aviation Podcast

"You by the fodder points. Guys are constantly adding content to the ground school out. Check it out. Learn the final moins. I julia harrington and pilot julia on social media. I am a corporate captain. Captain them to different citations for chicago. Based company and i own and lighter airbags in a decathlon baby nation. What is going on in. Welcome back to the pilot. The pilot podcast. My name is justin. Seems and i'm your host. Today i am talking with a fellow. Chicago business aviator pilot pilot. Julia chose a school with aviation and how it wasn't afterthought for most of her life until she wasn't college and also find out. Why how does business aviation insist civic acrobatics for fun. And how she bought her new awesome. Even hope you enjoyed today's episode. If you do levers review on itunes checkout pilot the pilot on instagram and pilots coffee onscreen as or website pilots. Coffee dot com..

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"julia" Discussed on Supernatural with Ashley Flowers

Supernatural with Ashley Flowers

02:38 min | 1 year ago

"julia" Discussed on Supernatural with Ashley Flowers

"Who brought julia to him. In the first place father. Jacques now dr gallagher at that clergy or religious people in general may be too quick to jump to possession but he believes that demons exist and should be seriously considered by more medical professionals but even with all his credentials and accolades. Dr gallagher has found himself relatively alone in that opinion. One of his fiercest critics yale professor and neurologist steven novella has accused him of getting sucked into his patients delusions. He worries about the consequences. Of dr gallagher's leafs saying quote. The primary goal of therapy is to reorient them to reality telling a patient who is struggling that maybe there possessed by a demon is the worst thing you can do. Maybe more than anything. Julia is a case. Study for education bias. In america a fancy degree is just a piece of paper. It doesn't make you infallible. It doesn't make you morally good or bad but.

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