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"kate spade" Discussed on Build Your Tribe
"And of course there's a click link in our show notes to make it really simple for you. Any suggestions for those people are like. I own a dry cleaning business so i want to call it. Johnson's dry cleaning. Like what are some things. You're going to have an easier time using this name is it. Just fanciful names. Well i'll tell you what you. I listened to and heard enough of your podcasts. And shows you know my house there on all the time. So i i listen. I pay attention. You know as you building a brand or the people listening are building their brands. Oftentimes you see jess you. Your brand right so your name is your brand and for most of us. We are building ourselves as our brand regardless of our industry I and so using your own name is a smart way to start in some way shape or form a lotta people get scared about it. And it's funny. I had a call this morning Actually with a mutual friend by won't name right here but who is concerned about using his name in connection with business as don't that might somehow expose build. Guess what it doesn't you. Can you know your name doesn't give liability bill. The lack of an entity exposes you to lie bill. So i think using your name now encourage my clients lesser. There's some real reason they don't want to do it like if they branded it. Some other way and wanna maintain that brand using your own name in connection with your business always a good way to start yeah. I've noticed a lot love celebrities using like combination of their kids. Names names combinations names. And i don't know if you've ever heard the kate spade story parts. I just remember listening to this. Podcast where you know she since passed. I think she committed suicide. That's true but i remember listening to this podcast where she talked about. How you know kate spade is her name and that was the brand and that was you know. Obviously there were incorporated and when they sold the business she literally sold the business that was named after her which you could never do anything again with her name was also meant that once that company started you know she sold the company and we're moving in a direction that maybe wasn't consistent with what she loved et. It was really confusing uncomfortable thing for her. And just say that. Because i think personally if i were to create a business that i was going to sell or any possibility i could sell it. I don't think i would use my first and last name. But i might use like some variation like you just said or a combination of names or like maybe first name middle name or some variation doesn't have to be your exact name. Is that what i'm hearing. No you're totally right there. And i think and i hate to use case example because it's a tragic story but if your concern is at the end of the day that you made billions of dollars in you can't use your name anymore. Those are problems. i suppose. Most of us wouldn't mind having some player. Another right right. Yeah okay. i've sold it. That was a very good brand but to your point also negotiate that. I've seen that negotiated where you're selling a company retaining certain intellectual property naming rights. That's all part of negotiations so for example kids fades a tough one because that brand was so visible and so big name. But i've seen other situations have. We negotiated a partnership buyout where the selling partner actually sold. The name of the buying part of it was a negotiated term created a brand and a name and they decided who is going to hold onto the intellectual property says something down the road you can do but to your point. Look if you're thinking you're going to be the next thing since sliced bread you want this brand derby big you wanna sell it. You're ready to rock and roll..
How to tell if clothing was made for a factory outlet
"So malls are in serious trouble. Lot life support others have already died. number of malls may be somewhere seven to ten percent of malls. Have a real future as a mall and you think abou- what malls have been about. They've been about brand name clothing and other brand name items. There used to be these things called department stores You might have to look and An online encyclopedia to know it. A department store is. I'm exaggerating but come on department. Stores are irrelevant now. So what do you do. If you're a brand name you feel like you have to go into business for yourself. And that's why there are these outlet centers on the edges of metro areas and interest areas. All over the country in so you go to these things. I'll be brand name. This brand name that brand name the other. But there's something that is a dirty little secret of shopping at these outlet centers and that is the merchandise at the outlet centers. Overwhelmingly even though it has the same brand name is not the same merchandise that would be sold in one of the few remaining malls or in one of the few remaining department stores or a non outlet outlet nine outlet center store of that brand and the the manufacturers typically will have a secret code on their clothing. Labels bid identifies for their employees. Or if you try to sell on one of the second hand sites Brand name goods or designer labels there's a labeling system that tells them that it was merchandised it was never top-drawer stuff that it was always specifically designed for a factory outlet center and the crazy coupon lady. Who so good at this stuff. That's really what she calls herself. Her blog is the crazy. Coupon lady dot com crazy spelled with a k. kra z. y. Has a guide telling you for each brand how you could tell it a factory. Let of the major brands whether an item is a first grade garment or a second grade that was specifically made from the original design to be a lower quality stitched item lower quality fabric lower quality over all item to hit a lower price. Point for a factory outlet just to give you examples banana republic put three stars on an item just below the name banana republic on the tag Kate spade has its own special symbol. That's different for an outlet item. Then it is for otherwise gap does three squares on. Its tags that lets someone know that it is something that was always made for an outlet and then when you go to ralph lauren store ralph lauren. However you like to say it the way they do The word loren loren. However you like it tells you that the item was an item specifically made at lower quality to be in a discount outlet and it goes on like that. If you want to know for brands you love how to spot the top items versus the ones that are designed from the ground up to being lower quality
"kate spade" Discussed on Parenting Roundabout
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"kate spade" Discussed on Parenting Roundabout
"Hello hello and the eric's today we're taking a break from talking and complaining and obsessing instead shouting out things other people are doing that. We think you'll find is useful or enjoyable as we do. We call this our roundabout roundup. And i think maybe we need another little soundbite for me to be. Terry's taylor swift mennonite. Because i'm again with taylor. Because she put out another album most of the pandemic by far road. Another batch of songs put out another record announced it again the day before so i was a good little over sixty and i stayed up til midnight and i watched the video and i listened to it right away and i've been listening to it on repeat all weekend now as i'm recording this. It came out on friday a couple of days ago. As you're listening to this it was a week ago and maybe old news but history pretty is really good early like it. It's awesome and i hope she makes another one. Just keep writing songs. Taylor get around like a three four month plan. Yeah this alternative stuff. You're doing so much more up my elderly lady alley then the pop stuff which really enjoyed too. But it's just so pretty and the lyrics are always wonderful and complex and I just i dig it you know. I'm sure i'm not the particular demographic she's going for. But i am enjoying it so i will probably still be listening in on. Repeat as you're hearing this podcast but you may at this point have been sick of hearing people talk about it but evermore is the name of the album check it out if you somehow have not and then google olive garden's response to it's mentioned in one of the songs very funny anyway Nicole what is your shut up for this week. Well as per our conversation. Yesterday i really like girly girl kind of stuff l. so i treated myself as past Month and Bought myself a beautiful kate spade handbag and i did so because it was very reasonably priced and i found it on their outlets site Which will be in the show notes And the at the outlet site. There's like seventy five percent off so it's a beautiful handbag and it came with a matching wallet and it was under a hundred dollars folks. How for for and it's often tickets real. So was my little treat to myself. I was just having one of those days. But it's it's a beautiful purse. And i love it and very reasonably priced. So yeah that's my my shout back when i was a young and broke editorial assistant city. We use to find out since i was magazine editor. We used to get to go to sample sales. I got to go to kate spade. Sam on i have quite a collection of leg. Really you know early ninety. 'cause they were new to then you know it was just the ever and was just starting out at the time so they were That was a lotta fun. That is so cool. Do you use any of those handbags. Now i don't because i don't go anywhere only use handbags when we go to weddings because my husband says i can't bring a backpack. I do have like a little like a cream colored of drawstring bag. That's that is kind of like it doesn't sound like it but it's like evening bags. It's like a satin fabric That was one of those. Kate spade finds that i do use for weddings and Nice i mean. I feel like some of these pieces are timeless so i don't mind putting a bit of money into it right so close my excuse after they are timeless. And and what timeless find. Do you have this week. Kevin so timeless if you like your water with a tiny bit of flavor but no..
Finding Positive Places Online
"Today we're talking about digital self care so nicole had come across a mention of this. This on lied. They called it a self care crawl so in trying to understand what that meant. We decided we just talk about Sort of feel good stops online feel-good places to go online since we can't really go anywhere in person right now so when you're when you're looking to just maybe blow a little steam or just have a little hit of endorphins. Where do you go online nicole. You had some. You had some ideas in mind or you have a little kind of. Yeah will i. I mean yeah so first of all the title was attractive because it may be thinking of other types of crawls around college days liver sadly lost in news core. yeah time but It actually was kind of an interesting idea. Because i thought you know when i if i have been working all day or if i've been out about or If i've been doing housework what am i kind of ways that i carve out time for myself is a computer and then i have like my favorite sites that i go to or you know things that i do is kind of like a little routine right. That's gonna wear. I can escape for a few minutes. I'm not having to shop for anybody. I'm not having to make appointments for anybody. Not having to send emails. Anybody is kinda like that little time that myself and of course you know it's like a total luxury to even dream about some of these things for example you know one of my favorite. To's is the ralph lauren website. And i liked the look at you. Know what's on that site and And then another one of my favorites doubt stops as the kate spade website so this kind of a trend right out the window shopping. But on down cle- yes that's awesome with the online. And then of course i always go to a couple of my favorite facebook groups and check out that because there's really nothing ever negative. That happens on there so that's good and In my face yeah right right kind of a little bit of a Doesn't really make sense. But yeah so i thought we could just kind of expand more on that i mean. What do i mean. I'm sure you both have some of your favorite stops online. That you that you go to or that's part of your day or your routine. So yeah kind of elaborate on the like what or do you just kinda do your work shut your computer down and then you move on. I used to have a list of really fun. Twitter accounts that i would go on and that we made a little bit of respite. I would go and see what all those people were saying. There were always funny and entertaining and then politics happened and twitter just became a surging cesspool of strife and anger. And i couldn't go there anymore because my fun little entertaining twitter people had opinions on things and whether agreed with them or not. It just made me mad. So i had to step away from twitter and facebook also friends who i used to enjoy following to see what was happening in their day day to day life also had opinions and again whether i agreed or disagreed it all just made me angry and that is not what you're looking for when you're doing your self care crawl so i found recently a combination of snoozing everybody who is melting off and joining a a facebook group that was extremely positive and extremely prolific. Pretty much gave me a safe place to go and just sort of reveling in salinas and fun. That for me was a. It's a group of fans of the bobby bones show. They call themselves the b. team. They sort of singlehandedly. Got him memorable ball trophy on dancing with the stars and they have this facebook group that they mentioned it on the show and so it grew by like i think ten thousand people over long it got very large but it's generally not one hundred percent because people are people but it's generally very positive and just go to my newsfeed now in its all be team and that's just fine q. Pictures people's kids fund things that happened on the show pictures that where they saw bobby bones at a concert as just very entertaining in very low stress and very enjoyable so that has been a real self care thing. I highly recommend snoozing all your friends. You don't wanna see right now. Look joining something where people will talk about nonsense
"kate spade" Discussed on Last Day
"A beloved celebrity dies unexpectedly before their time. . And the headline start to quickly pile up and take over social media. . But there's no real story yet. . No details no explanation just click -able headline with a bunch of photos. . Celebrity. . Dead at forty, , eight, , thirty to twenty, , four whatever and in the absence of any real information, , a question inevitably arises. . Was it an overdose or suicide? ? Unfortunately, , I am acutely aware of what it's like when the answer is overdose. . Please refer to season one for that story. . But when the answer is suicide, , how the story is told matters. . For so long there has been cautioned around public discussion of suicide. . Asking the news media think a little harder by reporting it, , they could be perpetuating the story. . We touched on this episode one but if media gets the message wrong and that wrong message reaches a struggling person at the wrong time, , the consequences can be devastating even fatal. . For example. . In Two thousand fourteen after beloved comedian actor Robin Williams died by apparent suicide. . And that shocking news flooded the headlines. . Suicide rates went up by ten percent. . This detail got repeated after another prominent suicide death we'll designer kate spade was found dead in her apartment today her death and apparent suicide. . We saw after Robin Williams suicide rates went up ten percent. We . Know Kate spade reportedly was infatuated with his suicide. . which became part of another subsequent suicide. . Relearn today we lost a friend and colleague Anthony Bourdain. . Anthony is the second public figure to die this way this week. . Was the first some experts point to a phenomenon? ? They call suicide contagion, , which often happens moments such as this. . And it turns out there is a long historical precedent for this. . There's this phenomenon called the weather effect. . Stick with me. . This won't take long. . It is a fancy literary version of the outdated term copycat suicide. . And it comes from this seventeen seventy four to novel called the sorrows of Young werther the book spoiler alert and with the sympathetic hero or they're dressed in a blue code and yellow trousers shooting himself after being rejected by someone he loved. . In the years that followed so many young men were found dead having shot themselves while dressed as werther that people freaked out and banned the book in several countries. . In one, thousand, , , nine, , hundred, , sixty, , two, , when Marilyn Monroe died. . The following months were filled with extensive coverage about her apparent suicide. . which led to widespread sorrow and an apparent twelve percent uptick in suicides. . These are obviously massive national reactions to the loss of our beloved heroes and icons. . But you see the same thing happening in communities or someone dies by suicide. . All of sudden, , you have to worry about the other people in town. . Or the kids in the schools. . And it brings us to this very complicated question is suicide contagious. . This question of course has been plaguing us this whole project not just because we're talking about suicide. . But also if I didn't know, , we are doing it in the midst of a global pandemic where community spread is all we're talking about. . So is it as simple as that? ? Is suicide something you can catch and if so. . How do we protect ourselves. . Like. . What's the equivalent of a mask for suicide? ? I'm Stephanie Woodall's Wax and this is last day. . We knew early on that, , we wanted to talk about contagion but truth be told we didn't totally get what it meant for suicidal thoughts to transfer. . Is it like. . Flipping a switch not suicidal one moment suicidal the next. . And that's how we were thinking about it. . Until we heard this. . Every morning I wake up and I make agenda for the day. . I love plans I love knowing my options. . In sixth grade when the first suicide cluster happened in my community when we lost more than three people in one year. . It was the first time that suicide became on my list of options when I was going through a problem. . I feeling, , Sad, , one day I think through what the options were. . NAPPING, , think about hanging my friends I thought about taking my own life I thought about going out. . On my list of what I could potentially do to help. . Figure it out in solve it. . This is Lisa. . How speaking at a jet event a few years ago. . And when we watch this video something clicked. . We knew we had to talk to her. . Can you tell me a little bit about yourself like who are you? ? WHO IS LISA? ? Yeah. . So that's such a hard question sometimes answer. . It makes sense that this is a tricky question for Lisa because a lot has changed in a short period of time. . Today Lisa is twenty two and she just graduated from college. . She's about to start a theory impressive job as an engineer at a little known company called Apple. . But. . In sixth grade, , she was in a very different place at the center of what is probably the most commonly referenced example of suicide. . Contagion. . Lisa was a student at gun, , high school. . In Palo Alto California a school that comes up again and again when you start to dig into the concept of suicide. . Contagion
Is Suicide Contagious?
"A beloved celebrity dies unexpectedly before their time. And the headline start to quickly pile up and take over social media. But there's no real story yet. No details no explanation just click -able headline with a bunch of photos. Celebrity. Dead at forty, eight, thirty to twenty, four whatever and in the absence of any real information, a question inevitably arises. Was it an overdose or suicide? Unfortunately, I am acutely aware of what it's like when the answer is overdose. Please refer to season one for that story. But when the answer is suicide, how the story is told matters. For so long there has been cautioned around public discussion of suicide. Asking the news media think a little harder by reporting it, they could be perpetuating the story. We touched on this episode one but if media gets the message wrong and that wrong message reaches a struggling person at the wrong time, the consequences can be devastating even fatal. For example. In Two thousand fourteen after beloved comedian actor Robin Williams died by apparent suicide. And that shocking news flooded the headlines. Suicide rates went up by ten percent. This detail got repeated after another prominent suicide death we'll designer kate spade was found dead in her apartment today her death and apparent suicide. We saw after Robin Williams suicide rates went up ten percent. We Know Kate spade reportedly was infatuated with his suicide. which became part of another subsequent suicide. Relearn today we lost a friend and colleague Anthony Bourdain. Anthony is the second public figure to die this way this week. Was the first some experts point to a phenomenon? They call suicide contagion, which often happens moments such as this. And it turns out there is a long historical precedent for this. There's this phenomenon called the weather effect. Stick with me. This won't take long. It is a fancy literary version of the outdated term copycat suicide. And it comes from this seventeen seventy four to novel called the sorrows of Young werther the book spoiler alert and with the sympathetic hero or they're dressed in a blue code and yellow trousers shooting himself after being rejected by someone he loved. In the years that followed so many young men were found dead having shot themselves while dressed as werther that people freaked out and banned the book in several countries. In one, thousand, nine, hundred, sixty, two, when Marilyn Monroe died. The following months were filled with extensive coverage about her apparent suicide. which led to widespread sorrow and an apparent twelve percent uptick in suicides. These are obviously massive national reactions to the loss of our beloved heroes and icons. But you see the same thing happening in communities or someone dies by suicide. All of sudden, you have to worry about the other people in town. Or the kids in the schools. And it brings us to this very complicated question is suicide contagious. This question of course has been plaguing us this whole project not just because we're talking about suicide. But also if I didn't know, we are doing it in the midst of a global pandemic where community spread is all we're talking about. So is it as simple as that? Is suicide something you can catch and if so. How do we protect ourselves. Like. What's the equivalent of a mask for suicide? I'm Stephanie Woodall's Wax and this is last day. We knew early on that, we wanted to talk about contagion but truth be told we didn't totally get what it meant for suicidal thoughts to transfer. Is it like. Flipping a switch not suicidal one moment suicidal the next. And that's how we were thinking about it. Until we heard this. Every morning I wake up and I make agenda for the day. I love plans I love knowing my options. In sixth grade when the first suicide cluster happened in my community when we lost more than three people in one year. It was the first time that suicide became on my list of options when I was going through a problem. I feeling, Sad, one day I think through what the options were. NAPPING, think about hanging my friends I thought about taking my own life I thought about going out. On my list of what I could potentially do to help. Figure it out in solve it. This is Lisa. How speaking at a jet event a few years ago. And when we watch this video something clicked. We knew we had to talk to her. Can you tell me a little bit about yourself like who are you? WHO IS LISA? Yeah. So that's such a hard question sometimes answer. It makes sense that this is a tricky question for Lisa because a lot has changed in a short period of time. Today Lisa is twenty two and she just graduated from college. She's about to start a theory impressive job as an engineer at a little known company called Apple. But. In sixth grade, she was in a very different place at the center of what is probably the most commonly referenced example of suicide. Contagion. Lisa was a student at gun, high school. In Palo Alto California a school that comes up again and again when you start to dig into the concept of suicide. Contagion
Supply Chain On The Brain - Lisa Morales-Hellebo
"So you started the New York fashion tech lab which have since departed and that. That's running on its own. Yeah what was it like to to start that? How did you pull all the pieces together? Because I mean that was. That was something that should have existed for a long time. And just didn't yeah. You're right so after Shops shut down. I was having dinner with Amy Millman from springboard in the city here and she said so what next for the first time in my life. I have no freaking clue and she said well what if you know money was no object. What if you didn't have to worry about an income and I said well in that case I would love to build the fashion tech accelerator? I wish had existed when I went through stars and it would be focused on really getting buy in from the C. Suite Executives and champions within these huge companies to actually hand select the technologies that they thought were most meaningful to their bottom line rather than what. Vc's think is flippable within a couple of years which is a vast difference in in focus and then really having them dedicated to Chaperoning them throughout the program to give them access to anything they needed internal to get to a. Yes for pilot a paying customer partnership collaboration. Whatever because that was far more valuable than just raising capital so from that first dinner. Amy Said you know I'll get a couple of at Sombor D- If she is on board then she'll bring the first couple of brands to the table That so that was two thousand thirteen in the summer. Right before Christmas we met with three brands coach. Kate spade and J. Crew See does and CIO and Two of them said yes. And so- January first. Amy Calls Me and said okay. Lisa go and I had from January first until I think it was April third or fourth when I turn on the website open applications to do all the legal the branding the website the Closed Ten browns. Get them to pay for it to dedicate their C. suite executives times and commit throughout this program To coordinate calendars which was the insane. The most insane part in that time and being able to get inbound so that we had applicants we didn't have budget to promote it for weeks in advance and we literally turned on the switch and had two weeks to get applicants with no prior promotion. So I knew I needed to have the brands to put on the website to attract so when we launched as soon as I turn on the website I was inbound with like fast company. Women's wear daily saying how. What did how did this happen? It happened overnight. I'm like no. It took little over three months of sixteen hour days but there it is so we had more applicants than springboard had in the prior fifteen years of them having programs and more media coverage and we raised more money in a short period of time so they were really excited about the success of the program. I realized throughout the cohort that
12 Months of Thrifting: Words
"April's prompt is words. The theme is words. So what I mean by. That is clothing shoes accessories with words on them. So things like graphic tees inspirational quotes a little. Diy action that. I want to talk about so I looked back at some of my favorite things in my closet. And although I'm not like a huge graphic t- person every now and then I will thrift a t shirt or a clutch or something that has like a phrase or saying or bad name or anything that I kind of believe in an appeals to me. And there's some of my favorite pieces of clothing like do you have spot pants. That's a pink on your Butt Juicy Juicy. I have those immature early two thousand. That's not necessarily what I'm talking about. Like I have a t shirt from the Cleveland. Flea that says treasure hunter on my favorite is right like it's one of my favorite t shirts and I wear it all the time. So the thrift store is a great place to thrift things that have words on them. That kind of you can use a sort of like a self expression kind of Thing or you can thrift things to. Diy them so you could buy a Jean Jacket from the thrift store and then do some Iran on words Embroidery Screen Printing Din. You do that. Oh a couple of years back. You went to the What's it called Rubber City clothing? Yes and didn't you take Jean Jacket and have something on it? I sure did. I took a Jean Jacket. I took a t shirt. I took a trenchcoat and Robert. City clothing is a local screen printing store in Akron. And you can bring your own items in and get stuff screen printed there and they have salons of Akron centric things like the blimp and Akron sayings and all that stuff yes. There was an article in the local paper about it which I will link. Oh cool do you remember what you got put like what you put on certain item? I did I got One of the the prints that they had was a heart and in the heart were all of Akron's neighborhoods. Oh that's so. I got it on a blue habit or has it been a while no I think. I outgrew the trench coat on a trenchcoat. Gosh I cannot remember that. This is a long time ago. I do yeah I do. It was the pictures in the paper. The newspaper the other jacket doesn't fit me anymore. So okay think I donated it or something. Yes so that's one way. Look if you have a local designer or artist. I'm in the process of planning a little. Diy with local artists That asked to participate in the challenge. Her instagram name is encourage company and she does lettering and printing so. She said she thought it would be a really fun. Challenge if I drifted something and then she did some printing on it for me. It's cool. Yeah so Lincoln Account That should be a lot of fun. So we're prerecording now so we don't have all the stuff ready yet but check instagram to see the progress on that note. Trend Right now is kids are getting like white. Tennis shoes. Like white vans. And they're painting them Really like they're like they're really talented. Like I can't believe the cool thing. Yeah you can like could you imagine like if you have a person like this could right of really cool phrase or something that like you live by on your shoes like that's fun? There's so many ways to do it. I didn't know kids were doing that. Yeah the Thrift. Store is the GOTO PLACE. If you're trying to diy that because sometimes you see some really corny sayings on. Earth did close. Letting your like. I would never wear that but you can. You can do your own thing and I look. I said some of my favorite graphic tees came from the thrift store. I have one that has All these different genres of music it and I worked to the jazz fast it gets just so appropriate and I'm like I'm so happy with those purchases. Yeah that's so much fun. I love those. You know what it reminds me of. Is Laura lie from Gilmore? Girls she always would wear some cute like shirt with acute saying on it in like a blazer and she'd go to work and I'd be like I wanna be lower rely totally do that and it could be like a band like it could be anything anything that you want One of my favorite ways to incorporate words Chu is through like clutch bag. So you know. I love clutches. Yeah Sometimes words already on there right Or you can buy like a solid clutch. An iron on something was the canvas clutch. It makes me think of Betsy. Johnson stuff yes yeah. Cool Kate. Spade stuff has They have some a lot of graphic products too so find some designers that you're inspired by and kind of make your own thing like don't rip off of them but you can be inspired by them. You find inspiration online so we always talk about mild medium and spicy ways to incorporate the theme mild would be maybe accessories right. You could use like a necklace that says a phrase or earrings. Oh that's true. My love any words that appeal appeal to you do simple dainty accessories a mild way would be to do a graphic tee and like a spicy way. Could be like a big old you know. Diy on the back of a jacket. Ya Moto Jacket. Jeans Jacket trenchcoat. Something like that. That'd be hard for me. No I could see you do you do. It depends on what it says. I love my kitties. God that's so many innuendos rape care
Stock market update
"Kind of quiet opening here first half hour of trading the S. and P. up about seven and a half points this earnings out there there's certainly some news out there let's get the latest from Bloomberg stock senator tables and they were you looking at there's so much going on it seems like just if only because you're getting such extreme reactions to some of the stock moves Twitter me perfect example biggest gain the S. and P. five hundred up sixteen and a half percent yeah based off in ten months yeah that's saying something you know that that's definitely a plus in there they're a bunch of others were that comes from and a couple that are probably noteworthy because they tell you something about the consumer Estee Lauder the cosmetics maker up more than four percent after their results came out and tapestry we're talking coach we're talkin Stuart Weitzman you know what work were talking Kate spade up almost five and a half percent in the wake of their results so it had giving you got Este water it knowledge into the corona viruses going to hurt their results in the next few months and yet they still maintain the high end of their fiscal year sales forecast at birth and a low in a little bit by percentage point border really comes down to again and we've seen this pop up the last few days with some of the consumer oriented companies is just China is an issue you mean with the corona virus and it spread and what it's doing the economy but it's not enough to sort of deal rail these companies because you look elsewhere in the world to do it okay okay so let's put the consumer goods stores aside for just one second more generally about earnings you know we hear a lot about the beats that we're getting and yet every quarter it is sort of a charade in the sense that management have to downgrade expectations apologist case on this this is what kind of just a you know incredible soccer you know is there there's there's a sense of it trying to lowball the expectations and then over delivering we're getting that again how much further though is this going into the realm of actually upgrading expectations beyond what is currently priced into the market well you know the game kinda works both ways right I mean in the sense that you get the results and they come out and companies beat estimates and now you look forward to this year one of the stories that I've been talking about is the idea of this quarter to quarter growth and profit that analysts rent is a painting for the S. and P. five hundred well you're seeing those figures come down and yeah sure I mean you still got the progression it just doesn't look that great in relative terms and what you get out of it so all told is something like eight percent earnings growth with sales okay compared with last year and still mean it's not what we see in the past few years and you you have to figure that yeah I mean there's going to be more the sort of jockeying going on and to some extent explains the claims of reactions were seeing and and some of the shares it just you know when they come out ahead I mean people are really embracing that and course works the other way too in the fall short look out news certainly some examples of that two minutes healthcare supply Becton Dickinson being down more than twelve percent
"kate spade" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"A good we want to just give a quick shout out to our friend Jason hammer Burke I really wanted him to be on today yeah join us before on small business Saturday he celebrated his tenth anniversary yeah yeah yeah and strong wouldn't be here there was there just may have been an incident with a child who might have swallowed a penny so being with us and I've been there for me that he has a three year old and I said for me it was raisins up the nose yes what you heard would dissolve turns out they have to be extracted one time one times with Tyler do you understand Kate spade is doing yeah percent off every day right there are some exclusions but forty to stop there now if you haven't been to legacy toys that have you been in I haven't been in okay new a local company that has opened here and a couple other places in town they're doing buy one get one half off games and puzzles and some other deals as well I just wanted to point you were going to post this on the our show page at my talk one of seven one dot com on the shoppers page but many up a simple magazine put together a really great list of of all of the local stuff happening today from our friend Larissa load in who's doing drag the holes there too the drag queens elves in drag and great shopping over at the Northrup king building or maybe you want to go check out the new shop in northeast Duke Albert they're doing a holiday market today in the north loop they're doing north loop lights with lots of amazing window display is going on of course out in Excelsior it's a really fun beautiful shopping day with outdoor markets and deals in the stores and we're gonna stop right there and draw our the gallery and gift I hope on reading it right okay band Daniel how could you well his writing I just ignore that night I couldn't that's what is seven well I don't have to listen what can I hope well you know all that that would be at the guest services the service is set up yes and then we want to just mention will give you a few more deals but just make sure that we tell you that lab which is another local company is partnering with Galleria and doing some events some D. I. Y. E..
"kate spade" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Extraordinary day there is no other way to put it look what we saw yesterday with town negative eight hundred and just falling away David will sit on the equity markets in a moment futures green big green then read off trying to headlines really difficult headlines out of Beijing and then we came up to green with the Vance further off retail sales Alex Tanzi are great statistician Washington with it with a single sentence message of the morning without the internet I'm going to translate that is Amazon without Amazon restaurants and bars in gas stations retail sales have essentially been flat over the last three months so there's a real Amazon affected there that will be analyzed over the the coming weeks in quarters as well I want to get to David Wilson with the full equity report and got a really special tree for you John Harmon will join you with is exceptionally granular notes his ramp rate GDP down is the real deal will talk to him about that with the economic data that we saw moments ago two thirty year bond down to a one ninety five handle it's gone up David the volatility of the ten year we get twenty six basis points round trip today that's like three days work we went lower by five basis points higher by five basis points lower by eight basis points and now higher by eight basis points I got whiplash you have whiplash in the equity markets David well you certainly have your fair share of it new considering how investors are reacting to the latest quarterly results you wanna talk whiplash how about Walmart being up six and a half percent in early trading we'll start there the retailer raised fiscal year sales forecast after second quarter revenue came out ahead of analysts' average estimate a Bloomberg survey earnings for the quarter also were higher than projections and you look around retailing you see target up to percent she calls up to percent so wal-mart's results being seen as a positive you also have Ali Baba group holding up four percent second quarter sales at China's largest online retailers of past the highest S. mint personalized shopping recommendations and June promotions helped Ali Baba overcome a slowing Chinese economy that's the plus side the minus side yeah Cisco Systems down five percent the network equipment maker's earnings and revenue forecasts for the fiscal first quarter came up short of estimates Cisco's outlook indicated that the US and China quince trade dispute a slowing global economy are hurting business most active stock in early trading General Electric down four percent G. understated insurance liabilities and properly accounted for steak and Baker Hughes according to Harry Markopoulos blew the whistle on the skate Mr Markopoulos of Boston has it in the steam reputation this is not some crackpot bouncing off right I mean it's all about you the whole made all situation in picked up on long before others to now these claims are reported by the Wall Street journal G. he told the paper that it stands behind its financial statements we should point out more complex actually working for a hedge fund in his analysis of G. ET tapestry I know what's your favorite so down seven and a half percent that is so far away from turning around Kate spade that's their problem and has a you know fiscal fourth results showed earnings and sales trail projections sales are falling a Kate spade lease on a same store basis I see you're talking about news locations up at least a year that hadn't been expected it tapestries down some of the half percent during training candy growth so you cannot down eleven percent the kid AT and cannabis producers revenue let's go for a score to miss the lowest estimate okay Angela technology sent the maker of scientific testing equipment be profit to revenue estimates for the fiscal third quarter race for your yeah I I mentioned petal soft with seventy two and a half percent the end where is in talks to buy the cloud computing software maker for fifteen dollars a share total drop below that price in June both companies controlled by dell technologies and VM ware second by dell stake in pivotal as well VM ware down two and a half percent very good thank you so much right now Jenner men and I don't want to get your GDP call that first we gonna look it retail sales productivity the unit labor costs that just does that constrain German polls options moving forward yeah definitely make a hit out as you know a lot harder so here's here's the issue so you know there's obviously a lot of pressure on from Donna a president trump on Powell to do more easing the markets were looking for at one point they almost fifty basis points the cuts and the September meeting alone and then another follow on by the end of the year so you know this pressure from the marks a leaning that way and into you know global global environment a global economy is not doing anywhere near as well as as U. S. is doing so there's some concerns about those overseas research and and and those headwinds sensually blowing over here over the next twelve months do you see evidence of that yet you seating cap backs that's what you really easily it I you the in the US where we have the the strands is you know in the consumer side on the in the job market is still resilient outstanding it's not for it's just me and and but you you look back when you look at the housing market you look at that for you and you look at inventory bills you that that's the soft pack and I want to go there all that stuff and the big ticket items sales of the console right also look at some of the medication when I read John Herman's does there so granular is so specific in M. U. F. G. that that the other note the other day John just stood out in the U. framed four quarters of GDP are almost four years of GDP which is a vector sells a lesser GDP each and every year I want you to fold that into this idea that the manufacturing global trade challenges will they fold over into a weaker consumer discuss those two teams bring them together I mean this is this is a really yeah this is a challenge for for paying down next year and for pinning down you know do interest rates back up say you know in the valley and the long into the back up twenty five thirty basis points in here to be sort of hang around the levels or do we possibly rally and you know another twenty thirty basis points that's like really the big the big issue and and the markets so what we think is happening is this I we were really concerned about a few items to next year we're worried about that was a fiscal cliff that you know the details weren't online ironed out and so on up until a couple weeks ago so we worried about that and that drag in conjunction with all the uncertainty surrounding trade is definitely matter faxing slowdown globally you know that just pointed to downward pressure on business sentiment in consumer sentiment on next say fifteen eighteen months we didn't have a recession built into our numbers but we really were worried about two years twenty twenty one and this is it folks this is sad our issues this is can't get rid of that worry I wish we could okay can't get rid of that war this is so so important is Mister Herman is not singling recession right but you've got one percent GDP numbers they're they're not acceptable are they general knowledge so I and again for the year for the so what we have is we have a decelerating to trend that here again it's a year it's a year all of it's a it's an election year it's going to be a year of high political uncertainty in America and abroad in addition to the glowing you know the slowdown is that we've been highlighting is it do you have those head winds for next year as well we don't have you know the fiscal cliff issue we just passed new budgets for the next two years and and so on but at this point you know you have to say if if we falter if his of falter globally or something and that starts to like the you know before the election I can't just can't believe that the Democrats to come and say Hey Donald Trump let's help me out here lets you know throwing another fifty sixty billion to help you out I just can't see them doing that right but they may he but I just thought it is hard to hard to imagine that the Chinese would be six one question what do you do one with that exports I mean on the back into the GDP question folks all the dynamics of exports imports Greg get started in the journal today was brilliant chief curry brought it up at Goldman Sachs what is John Herman's export import dynamics so there's there's another hit the other issue so again the cap acts with soft housing market looks off don't have the you know the more it has all the hype someone else and not really in the market in the housing we worry about inventories is decelerating over the next year too is businesses get a look at the the net exports for us you know growth overseas is not really that good so our exports relative to our imports we still can balance to go over trillion Bucks over the next you know twelve months possibly even sooner so we have the we have the net exports as a drag not just this year not just next year the year after the F. that we have the next four years that exports are gonna be a drag on design which is no way to get around it brilliant research no two three days ago on our jeep rigidity P. refer any Mister Herman with M. U. F. G. we think of this one I will try to get that on a podcast is well today I was McKinnon today Michael I think so the kids in the well maybe should be able to give you a look at a Tigers in a red Sox winning it together but what we got is a market live futures up eighteen Dow futures of one sixty eight year old finally really pop from one ninety five thirty year bond up to two point zero three percent this is Bloomberg and now the news in New York City here's Michael bar thank you very much president trump says the Philadelphia shooter should never have been allowed to be on the streets in a tweet a few moments ago the president wrote the suspected gunman had a long and very dangerous criminal record from went on to say long sentence must get tougher on street of street crime the government held Philadelphia police at bay for more than seven hours wounding six officers before surrendering to authorities just after midnight president trump will hold a campaign rally tonight in New Hampshire the president lost the state by fewer than three thousand votes in twenty sixteen to twenty twenty democratic presidential campaign of former Colorado governor John Hickenlooper is coming to a close several reports say he will make the announcement later this morning global news twenty four hours a day on air and it tick tock on Twitter powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than a hundred twenty countries.
"kate spade" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"And physically by things, but Nordstrom rack today. Yes, has tons of Kate Spade stuff on sale and they're doing it's through may tenth. But coach Jewish shoes. If you like want to get something different for your mom for you know, it's mother stayed having that flash sale. So if you like Kate Spade stuff, which doesn't cook it some ex-, very go. All right. So what tell us about tell us about something Holly. Why I gotta tell you about this alligator that UT's? So it was in somebody's pants. Are you just happy to see me? Well, that's exactly what happened Florida woman. She was pulled over LAN Monday night. And she was asked by the officer. Hey, you're speeding what's going on? And he asked her do you have anything else? She had she had her driver's license. I probably just ration- alligator in your Kuch. Was she was she uncomfortable. She wiggling that here. I just got pulled over in Florida. And I tell you my experience. Okay. And you didn't have a small end. I had a lot of stuff in my bladder. So I was trying to go to bathroom, and there were none right off the freeway there, no signs like rest stops. So finally, I'm just like I saw gas this way, and I go, and it's it's not after the freeway. It's three miles in it. It caused me hundred sixty five dollars speeding ticket because I wasn't even looking.
"kate spade" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Orders store and mortar locations that are gonna worse. Where can I find their off over? Straights when you actually go in and physically by things, but Nordstrom rack today. Yes, has tons of Kate Spade stuff on sale and they're doing it's through may tenth. But coach Julie shoes. If you like want to get something different for your mom for you know, it's mother stayed. Yeah. On day flash sale. So if you like Kate Spade stuff, which who doesn't cook it some ex-. There you go. All right. So what tell us about tell us about something Holly. Well, I gotta tell you about this. Alligator that UT's that was in somebody's pants, or are you just happy to see me? Well, that's exactly what happened Florida woman. She was pulled over on Monday night. And she was asked by the officer. Hey, you're speeding what's going on? And he asked her do you have anything else? She had an added. A driver's license. I probably license registration alligator in your COO. I don't know. So was she was she uncomfortable when she wiggling here. I just got pulled over in Florida, and I would tell you my experience. Okay. And you didn't have a small end. I had a lot of stuff in my bladder. So I was trying to go to bathroom, and there were none right off the freeway. There are no signs like rest stops. So finally, I'm just like I saw gas this way, and I go, and it's it's that after the freeway it's three miles in it caused me hundred sixty five dollars in speeding ticket because I wasn't even looking at anything except for where the hell's the bathrooms. It was a very. And that I had to hold it. And so I said to the guy I have to go to the bathroom, so bad..
"kate spade" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"I let you decide to is Patricia Cora with a bird market mid on seven hundred translate which says the Jetsons. It does it's gonna be the same. What's going on the road of money here? Friends locally at workhorse, supposedly, they're in talks with General Motors. Yes to yeah. In town, the one that GM is supposedly laying GM says, oh workforce makes plug in pickups. All electric delivery, vans. They into new affiliated entity could bring significant production assembly jobs there. President Trump says the UAW says, wait a minute. We went GM we want you to assign a product of the plant keep it operating whatever's going on here. We're core. Shares benefiting they were up twenty one percent. They're now up sixteen and a quarter percent pre-market. Yeah. All right, L swear coach as in the purses now called tapestry. Yes. Yes. Tapestries an all encompassing name. Now, they have coached bags. They've got the Kate Spade line of accessories. Well, tapestries reporting quarterly profit that topped estimates because of coach Kate Spade line not doing so well here global same store sales coach up one percent in the quarter matching estimates Kate Spade comparable sales down three, but they say the unit could return to positive sales next quarter ready. Then opioid sales are down pretty dramatically over several years even last year. Yeah. It's the volume of opioids prescribed in the US down seventeen percent last year. That's the most more than a quarter century, of course, doctors increasingly cautious about giving out large amounts of the drug. A report by health research firm IQ via finds opioid productions are actually Dan forty-three percent overall since their peak in twenty eleven now you look at the volume the number of pills being prescribed her to spend on average. There were enough pills prescribed last year to give every adult in the country, the equivalent of thirty four pills, but that's down from the seventy two pills per adult into eleven. That's everybody. That's a lot of pills. Sit is yes. The heroin dealers are rejoicing our viewers viewer. All right. So our futures look like what they're still hanging at those lower levels s and p one point eight percent, NASDAQ down to. Two and the s&p down one point eight percent two percent. So we're gonna have a rough open on Wall Street from the Bloomberg newsroom. I'm Patrice Sikora on NewsRadio seven hundred.
How Can You Help a Friend with Depression?
"Just wanted to let you know this episode deals with the topics of depression and suicide so if you're not up for that today. Go ahead and skip it and hey, take care of yourself. Okay. During the publicity that attended the recent suicides of Anthony bourdain end Kate Spade. People were urged to reach out to loved ones. They suspect are coping with depression. There's good reason for this nudge, a more than sixteen million American adults experience major depression with only thirty five percent of those affected turning to a mental health professional for treatment effective treatment can lead to partial or complete remission and thus a vastly improved quality of life. But one of the tricky things about depression is that it can prevent people from getting help still despite these numbers a lot of people are confused are anxious about how to handle a potentially depressed loved one. How can you tell if someone is really depressed and how exactly should you approach the person? What if they get mad at you for asking? Although a lot of variables are at play. And it's impossible to predict a reaction experts insist that it's always better to make a true and carrying effort. We spoke with Matt Onarato director of social work and an adjunct clinical assistant, professor at the Ohio State University. Wet. Sner medical centers Harding hospital. He said a people who contemplate suicide are embitterment up to the end. They want the pain to end. And if there was some other way to end the pain than kill themselves. They would take that. There's always hope you make a small gesture of. Hey, I'm here if you need me, and that could stop someone a week later from trying to kill themselves, the small things we do make a huge impact. So how do you know, if someone is dealing with depression almost all of us get the blues at some point feeling down about our lives or selves, the difference with depression is that this feeling does not lift and has not improved by spending time with friends or taking part in fun activities some fairly well known symptoms of depression include sadness and loss of interest in hobbies enjoyed in the past weight gain or weight loss. Trouble sleeping or excessive sleep difficulty. Concentrating and suicidal thoughts or comments a general ability is a lesser known and often overlooked symptom. Verbal statements of feeling emptier. Worthless are also important to note as well as physical symptoms like pain fatigue, headaches or stomach aches, if any of these symptoms last more than two weeks and interfere with the person's life functioning in some way. It's probably not just the blues like any serious illness depression needs to be treated to get better. A lot of people are scared to approach left. What about depression or suicide a whether it's because they don't want to offend the person are afraid to make the situation to real or are worried that they'll get yelled at we also spoke with Dr Catherine brunette assistant, professor at the school of social work at Tulane university via Email, she said anytime sensitive issue was brought up the potential for defensiveness or anger is there. She also noted that you're not necessarily in for a fight though. Quote, everyone responds differently and many people may be relieved to talk about their struggles. Especially if a non judgmental insensitive approach is taken. In the event that the person does react unhappily. It can be helpful to be open and direct about your emotional response, therapists, suggest saying something like I understand you're going through a lot. But when you snap at me. It makes me feel sad. There's no guarantee that one talk will result in action. And that's okay, Burnett said sometimes they friend seems to blow you off you can affirm that you just care about them. And are there if they ever want to talk your friend may not respond immediately. But your care may have left an opening for future conversations. When you do initiate the conversation calmly expressed concern, then let them do a lot of the talking. Listen, I hold off on any problem solving or suggestions, it might sound silly. But just listening to a person's experience of depression can help them validate that experience for themselves. Once they've had their say, therapists recommend asking probing questions. Like how bad does the scat? A does it ever get worse than what you're telling me? Are you aware of having a lot of guilt or shame? Just void saying things. Like look on the bright side, or it's not that bad or even something like when I was depressed. Once I started walking every day. And I got better. Remember, the depression is a systemic illness. It can affect a person's whole body and being so it needs treatment tailored for every individual person. It may take time, but hopefully, they'll come to the conclusion that their depression can be treated there are lots of options, depending on how severe the situation is if the person is suicidal. There are services that offer twenty four hour access to trained professionals and other resources in the US. Try looking up the National Alliance on mental illness or mental health America. Or these suicide prevention lifeline or the substance abuse and mental health Services Administration some services are free. And there are federally funded outpatient and inpatient programs available to folks without insurance with payment based on sliding scale, according to income if the situation is less urge. Don't talk to your friend about what option they might be most comfortable with this could start with a trip to the family. Doctor a, particularly if your friends doesn't want to see a therapist after all primary care. Doctors are also able to rule out any other medical 'cause like Siread problems or Nimia they can screen for depression prescribed medications and refer patients to mental health professionals, many employee assistance programs offer free or reduced cost counseling sessions to staff and family members. So be sure to check your specific plan for counseling and other resources. Onarato said, I think culturally were becoming in America more comfortable talking about mental health, depression, and suicide people are being more open, and knowing that there is help out there that you won't be judged and are not
"kate spade" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Shopgirls on mytalk one zero seven one. I'm allie. Kaplan with my mom harmony, continuing the. The Valentine's celebration. Yes. What happens? The same place knows. What do you mean? We all use nothing after us shopping chocolate. That's what happened like a good plan. Yes. The mytalk one zero seven one Valentine party at Max's continues come on over. We'd love to see you. There is chocolate everywhere. I know it all we shouldn't how. We shouldn't so many great gift ideas. I haven't even thought about Valentine's Day. Yes, I've been thinking but not much, but I haven't done more. You got all your red arm. Did you notice my heart? So nicely. Oh, my. Literally, wearing your heart on your action on your elbow. On both on both sides so coupon. Where'd you get back? That is a Kate Spade. Sweat. I absolutely the truth is I got it at Bloomingdale's hideous at Kate Spade at the Galleria as well. And I can white stripe has the heart. Yes. And I just couldn't resist people price. I don't have to tell you. Yes. Again, we can talk a while. Wow. Thank you. Seventeen other pops of red shoes. I had rings glasses. Like, what did you want me to wear with it? Would you like me to a yellow instead? No, okay. No. I mean, it's Valentine's Day. Stall in. I did intentionally pick a pink sweater. Okay. Yeah. This weather's pink. I guess I don't really wear hearts. No sleeves. You don't wear hearts anywhere. I love hearts. I do. I will take that back. I have one you know, like the trendy this season like the real like, the Lammi sheep e sweatshirt. Okay. I have one of those. It has. Little heart. It's top shop. Right. It's guy. Love recorders zip up. Yeah. And it has one hole. You don't love hearts. I mean, I can't get enough stuff with heart. Yeah. You. I see Hartson. It's just hard to resist. Yeah. There's something just. Yes. That's it. Yes. Heartbreaking. But also kind of surprising mainly because I don't know that I realized they were still in business Charlotte russe went bankrupt. Yeah. I can't say I've ever shopped there, but I certainly was aware of well, I mean, they're really a teen. Well, no that isn't completely that isn't what they want. Well. Well, no, they that's how they started with young women. And then kind of you know, tried to make it for everyone. They're also only never succeeded in that. I didn't say this succeeded. They tried. They also own which I loved but lasted it. I think the mall of America, very just a short time is they own peak, which are children's clothes, and I I saw them in Chicago. They have absolutely adorable kids clothes. Right. Make it. Yeah. No. I again, I don't think that was us. I think it was them. I don't think that the problem was the mall of America. I thought that they took it a heat that brand which is sold at Nordstrom. I think they got way over extended. Yeah. Well, they obviously did and they have needed debt assistance. Now, they've they've got over five hundred retail locations, including rich Dale in Perry center mall of America. But they're closing the ones here cozy mall of America in Burnsville. I believe I saw but they're trying to see if they can't do something. Do you know? I don't really see that happening. And I I it's kind of like an at this point. We had that whole rash of like the wet seals of the world all going bankrupt. Right. Almost like, oh, this didn't already happen. I know one was still around. Yeah. I don't know. I just I don't think it's the way that teens and young people are shopping today, and you might say that they tried to be for older people. They were not old people that they were trying to be more inclusive. Okay. You know, another one that I hadn't thought of in years and years until I saw that. They also have bankruptcy issues things remembered, I forgot about things. You forget about those my God. Stephanie marshes buying checks rated cards. I won't say. Car. That's perfect for you. Mom. The second way to talk about. Yeah. Kind of shook me that anyway. Things remembered. Yes is things forgotten. What is I mean talk about? I saw this news this week. And they, you know, they're they're again, they're looking to reorganize to save some stores, but they've filed for bankruptcy protection. Like, it's the same story over and over and over again, it's the beginning of the end it always maybe they'll be able to save a certain number of stores, but it's the same old concept. It's totally outdated. And how are they how do you make things remembered relevant to a new generation anybody have an idea anyone thought? Yeah. I I don't know how you do that. Well, here's what I would say. I have a question for you, do people no longer want monogrammed. I don't think it actually in a store. They just go. Right. Right. Right. I think I think if anything personalized gifts are more popular and customized to unfortunately, I think things remembered didn't keep up you think about like what Nike has done with customization or Levi's where you can go in totally personalize it. This was things remembered specialty it seems like they may be slept for the last two decades if they had completely revamped their stores and meet it where you could personalize things in the store. Yes. On a computer quickly modernized the whole process and the kinds of merchandise. They carry yeah. I think there's always a need sort of stuff for like this. Towards names and things like that. But it just feels. Yes. The store itself just looked old fashioned. Yeah. So bubba. Well. I mean, I again, I think they more than like a Charlotte russe, I think they could completely reinvent themselves. But it's to the point where it's like, do you even do it or do you just throw in the talent start with something? Bad local. Yeah. Yeah. Local store that I was kind of surprised but lily and violet boutique on forty fourth. Forty four thousand Franson Linden hill is yes. After a good long run. Yeah. Fourteen years red house that is next door to read. That's kind of the the landmark that's how you know. This place was called Rick wreck on why long. Yeah. It was it became lily and violet. Yeah. And it's gone through a couple of different iterations. And you know, they've they've sold online. And they've done, you know, at times, it's been more accessories and times more. You know, I think it's probably one of those like it was chugging along. But the owner is just ready to. Yeah. She wants to do other things are gonna stay open through April. So you still have time to get over there. Do you think another store will go in that? I mean, I think I don't know. I don't know. I mean, it's a good. It's a good location because it's really. It's noticeable. You can tell you were in the red bar door. But there is street traffic. I feel like people in Linden hills like to walk. You've got your right near Brown and green and pen. Yeah. But like so many things in Minnesota. It's just that like half a block down where you're kind of like, well, why don't always go. I always feel like if I'm a turtle bread. If it's summertime, I'm probably more likely to walk over there in the winter. No, I'm gonna get in my car. I think it could be a cool opportunity because it truly is like a historic house, and it has different names. And you know, to do some something that's more of like a hybrid with it. Maybe it's like a design business. Maybe it's like a spot were makers are officing and selling their goods we're gallery. Yeah. You could see it being something like that. That's a good idea. Thank you. Calories. Excuse me. I'm so sorry on backup. We're it's sort of like a meeker gallery where you have people who like you could have a different business in each room where they're like working there, and it's like office space. Right. So you're not dependent on shoppers. Well, one of those places. Jeffrey how I'm gonna work 'cause they're selling stuff. Yes. Why are you going to do this spare time begins and three asking to be for busy working women? Yeah. We'll be up in from one to four. Okay. I always say the best time to get busy people on E mail late at night. I have some of the best exchanges because it's like, you're more focused. There's fewer distractions and people respond in real tights. Amazing. Just that's when you get a CEO to respond to your Email. What time do people sleep? I mean whenever they want whenever they want. A whole day already. I'm fairly early really for midnight. That's funny. I made it before midnight last night, which was kinda shocked legislation. You know, you're old when you start realizing that you actually go to bed earlier on the weekends the weeknights. It's time to recover, but that's gonna become my thing. Is it? Yes. But now the challenge big, Sean, really appreciate it. Okay. All right. We have more retail changes and shenanigans do hotel you about a little bit of good news too, many celebrities doing fashion and beauty related things. And of course, when we get back, some jewelry ideas for Valentine's Day or get yourself over here. You're listening to shopgirls live at Max's on on Excelsior boulevard, Excelsior and grant, we'll be right back. Recently.
"kate spade" Discussed on Ctrl Alt Delete
"And in a way, if you are a do it like that, you know about thing, honestly, like being a deer is better than being someone that says buck up if you'll saying I recognize you have a problem I recognize the series of. This and we're gonna get you help. I don't think there's anything wrong with them. Yeah. It was really great piece. I think you balanced outright. While of you know, just this is the right thing to do yen things. Not to say really helpful not to say yet here up love. Yeah. To up love is the worst up in don't be sad. Sometimes no reason. But but look how good things of you. You know, not it doesn't work like that. Don't you know that you know, someone said that she in in Acuna yesterday with me, she said, how do you help a friend? You know, what do you do? How do you bring up? And I said if you're if you're asking me, then you already know that that person has a problem, and you know, that you have to do something. And it's it's always better to have an awkward conversation. Even if you're ham fisted about it than to not mentioned at all, which might be leaving that person in assault, dire straight. So even if you're it badly that piece was not trying to warn anyone from doing you'll do it. It doesn't matter how well you to have to make that call in a way to show up totally and this link light, you'll send with mental health. You know, there is no link between what past what peasants life looks like on paper. Like, for example, people might look at you and think, but your your life is so amazing. Why would you ever struggle same with like when Prince Harry came out and said, also, Kate Middleton's, brother? And it's also, you know, the news around recently about like people at Kate Spade. And like all these really sad stories, and it's like fame money power. Success doesn't equate being free for mental health problem north who I mean, obviously, there are says you're gonna make groups that are more likely to do with mental health problems. And and that's in its due poverty. And you know, the kind of the hits that you take in life from an early age racism sexism, you know, there are things that which will make it more likely. But he of course, like we have to we still have to get to a point where people don't think they they're fine on the outside. They've everything they won't because trust me, those people know that I know the it seems ridiculous on paper that I should ever have had kind of any credit struggles. And yet I still had these Simpson these these worse than so he's kind of a very small toiled. And and I think it's ridiculous that I have them in a way. There's no point in insult berating myself wondering why because I know lots of people do analysis is trying to figure out why. But I'm past that, really. And I'm just like that's why I've gotten. Yeah. We could send more empathy about kind of Nigel Lawson. I'm always saying this to everyone constantly time. Tweet on mental health is saying it was it was more eloquent than this. But she basically said you be kind to to every stranger because you never know hot as for anyone to get through the day. And and that's because we will be good at ping not that brave face. Actually, you know, we we could we could take a leaf avenue Jeddah's book in more ways than one. Oh, yes. In every way, but pages skin-care highness. Yeah. Everything everything I I really wanted it like how eight now today these in close up now. How is she? She so beautiful. It's like absurd. How useful? She is. Like, you know, there's people that you see in a crowd, and you're like, you're a movie star. Like, you're the most beautiful thing. Ever seen? She's got out. Just incredible present time Jennifer now, and I'm just like in this own, but yeah, no..
"kate spade" Discussed on Don't Mess with Christine Sydelko
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"kate spade" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"And click on the shopgirls page, and you can message us right there. Right. There was a Email that came in a few days ago from Lynn, and she said, she knows we've addressed it many times that her daughter's getting married in June locally, and she needs address for the wedding. She's she's also looking for things to wear to her showers dress rehearsal and brunch after the wedding would love any suggestions in help. And also she's looking for a great salon or spa for great salon slash offer. Great facial. So that I think is easier. I mean, we haven't talked about that a lot. I mean, I think live spa is excellent for facials. Yep. I think salt we actually salt on Excelsior boulevard. Some friends of mine, and I actually gave another friend a gift certificate, and she told us she went and she had a facial, and they washed her feet first, and they massaged her legs and her arms and all that along with the facial. She sounded like she never wanted to leave believe that's another spot just to if people aren't familiar, you mentioned, it's the live skin med spa. Yeah. And it's in Minnetonka, but it's the website is live L I V live skin med spa. That's a fabulous. We've had them. And so I can speak from experience there that it was a fabulous facial. Yes. I spill on montage is always a good one too. You can have lunch. He wanted to do something like that and spend a good part of your day. Yeah. That would be fine. As I always. I wasn't sure where you were heading when she said spied enough, she meant like with her daughter. But if you're looking for more of a group thing, I still think that Ivy down. Absolutely. We don't have a lot of. Yeah. Destination. Northbound in the w no, no. It's an Italian hotel. Yeah. The spot does the spy of a different name. No. It's this spot. Why are you making me side, if the spot the Ivy obvious IV, salon spa? Okay. Sorry, it is inside the Ivy hotel, and it is truly like you aren't gonna leave. You'll spend all day you can get food there. You can get access to their health club at the hotel. It's a really it would be a lovely weekend or overnight or just a day in the treatments are really great. Yeah. So that was okay. But we haven't helped her she's still naked. What are we gonna do about that? Now. She's got the glowing skin. Yeah. All right. So the second part is the dress. Yes, not only for the wedding. But also to where to showers and the dress rehearsal and brunch after the leading, well, basically, she needs a new order. Yeah. Well, I mean, I think we've said it before we'll say it, again, do go is a good place to start because certainly for both for the more casual events or or addressing that aren't the wedding. And then for those special occasion. I mean, they really they do it. Well, yeah. And you could go in and tell them exactly what the situation is. And they would help you put all of it. It's I've asked for Alison not me. To help do go. Absolutely. They're all wonderful. He's really want. It. You know, it's hard to know what she's looking for totally your what her style is or her size or any of that in terms of giving some specialty stores as far as looking just for other clothing. Because if she does go to the Galleria there, certainly are a lot of stores there. She could check out for some of those things Kate Spade would be a really good place to Laurie. Birch. Yeah. Sundance has depending dressy enough know for brunch. Oh, okay. It depends. I mean, she Meli tuned, depending on your Goodwin is another local people forget about good. And of course, another place where you could get the service, and you know, you could get dressy again, though, it depends on your style and on your budget go over to Griffin house. I mean, they would be great at helping that really helping. Yeah. Any downtown. I would try. I mean, no low would have some indoor dressier things. Yes. Well, and there's a Griffin house right across the street from there. And I think if you want help at a department store, and you go to Nordstrom, they probably could cover you for. This is one of those times where I would make an appointment. I would call up their personal shopping service. You have no obligation and there's no fly. I would make an appointment. I would tell them I'm dressing for the whole weekend. Let them pull it all together and do the heavy lifting. You just go Sipa Perrier and wait for the close to be brought to you. To try them. They won't do that for, you know, you're right. And if you haven't done von, mar yet, you know, there's the Eden prairie one. But now, there's the new store at Rosedale, right? They're dressed department is really impressive. Yeah. Von Maur has a lot. So I would too. Yep. Okay. Okay. Helter updated for twenty nine hundred. Okay. Okay. Our number is six five one six four one one zero seven one. If you have a question or comment or wanna talk shop with us talking about helping people dress you like that segue. Yeah. I think it's really interesting we all by now aware of rent the runway, but they're doing a great thing during this award season, you we know all the celebrities get gowns sure thrown at them. But there's a lot of women that are doing work during the award season like the publicists, and the managers and even the on air correspondents and other nominees like, you know, writers and producers and all that. Well, they don't get the dresses thrown at them and so- rent the runway has it promotion where they allow are allowing the women who work in those fields that are really vital to the wards show to get dresses. They have made it easy access to they can keep the dresses for two months free. Wow. On this service. And you know, I mean we're talking Jason womb khloe these kind of dresses. So instead of spin. Ending, you know, tons of money for a one night thing. They are going to be able to take advantage of this. That's nice. Yeah. I think it really is. So they can let them know. And apparently, the get to do this, and it's going to be available up through the Oscars. And if you don't obviously fit that category. We'd still like to go to rent the runway, obviously, you can go to their website, many people take advantage of that. Hey, mom little update for you. You talked about Ruth Bader Ginsburg, the descent collar coming back sold out already fuller is sold out. Even though it hasn't actually hit the stores, apparently that we just got a tweet from someone who said it sold out in hours. I okay that I think that maybe give today's is the twelfth the fifteenth is when it's supposed to be back in the stores and online so check it out, then I'm just reporting. Pre orders. Yeah. Let's go. Check it out the place. Okay. Oh, I just got booted out on my computer. I'm so sorry. Yeah. Well, okay. As long as we were talking about rent the runway, and all let's talk about Sandra. Because we've done Golden Globes and all all week here on mytalk. But what I did think was interesting. She had many pretty dresses on during the show, excuse me. But she was among the smarter women because I saw a lot of the dresses gowns that the stars were after which I thought really why? But she did not do that. She wore a jumpsuit from goop, and it was a black jumpsuit, it was kind of a baggy fit. They said with the drop crotch. But then it had dressy details like it had satin lapels. And sparkley jewel neckline, and she wore sneakers. And I think it sounds like a really smart thing. She'd been in her she's partying, she wants to have fun, but she wants to be comfortable too. And she looked great. And I thought it was very I think our whole I would love to know do we know who was styling her for this whole thing because I mean, it was all I saw I loved everything should designs were only women, I know. But I loved the gold sleeves. I love the light. Looks great and everything. Parents just the dorm all I loved her. Parents don't speak English. Oh, really? Oh. So that's why they were gonna delay. Who's been with her mother on the red carpet at one of the award things. And her mother, just smile sweetly. And then she kind of translated for her. But yeah, no, she does not speak English. We are going to talk a little we know you've covered the Golden Globes. Certainly this is what always happens. It's like, it seems like it was it was just last weekend that we were prepping in predicting and here we are. We are going to check in a little later this hour with beauty guru Fatima olive to get some of her. It's always fascinating. I love watching the red carpet with her because you know, I'm looking like neck down. Right. He's looking with. Totally different things. We could mention quickly as lady Gaga was at you know, there's so many awards ceremonies out. So she was at the national board of review awards gala in New York. And she really looks stunning. She wore a black tuxedo. Halter gown from Ralph Lauren. In classic heels and a diamond diamond earrings. But then she carried. A giant pom pom. We and it was black and gold feathers. And nobody knows if it was a handbag or was a pet that she always brings with her little. We don't offend you. It was too big to be a fidget. It was very large when she went up because she did win. Stephen Colbert kept her poof for her. Oh at the table while she delivers her speech. But it kind of an unknown guy guy is right. That's what it is. So okay, good to know. All right. When we get back. It's time for my mom's tech report, you're going to want to hear it. 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"kate spade" Discussed on Sister Love
"Most. Eighty nine years old. He looked good. I know eighty nine. But he look good. Look good, look good. Now, you know, someone that I have to mention this mail, but I liked him. And it was shocking, but anti Evans boarding in katie's spe pass about the same time. Oh, yes. Unbeliev voter was the chef that I traveled the world know to do watch episode of parts known or no reservation. Now, we know we get it here. But I got it was. Oh, really? Wow. This actually quite good console. Listen to me likeable character as I would say over about maybe five years or so watching his shows, these episodes, they're so brilliant. They really embody everything that I think in feel in would love to do in the world is see the world gets. No, the people behind not the resorts, and so forth in a little bit of travel that I've done that has been my my efforts. But he did it, you know, a trans, you know, he became really kind of a writer in his own sense from a past of show, and he has such a philosophy about life every place that he went he pondered about the meaning of life and culture in food as you see it in while it transforms you, and oh if you ever get a chance to watch a series. Of the episodes are I don't know if you have access to flicks might be able to get it. But it's brilliant. And it's so life reaffirming in tainting and respecting each, and every culture, you learn something he's gone. The opioid to Congo to places that laugh, you don't hear people going to, you know. Parts depots. I'm I would say Thailand than in near my which is I forget not called me morning or but he went to just all reaches of the earth. Patagonia, you name it. Yeah. And it was. And just learning. Just just watching those shows just transcended me, you know, into that those spaces, you know, through his vision. But Spade was the designer nowadays if going to cite Kate, right? 'cause that both of those people committed suicide tried shoes victims. Now, this goes back to our point. I mentioned earlier about your health. So that each your mental mental health and mental exam. Yeah. United. So clearly, these highly successful people Kate Spade designers this man, chef, and you know, he's good. He's on TV program. These highly successful people at the top of their rears and watching Jane would never have Nonni having. The mental health issue, the most tragic deaths twenty eighteen would someone takes their lives most tragic, and like you said, yeah, they have everything to live for the world. She had children, you know. Yes. And eleven. What's going on in someone? See them mine. You don't do what's going on run. That's what's so. Unite with mental health. That's you know, it's been a big topic of discussion particularly here in the UK on the Royal Prince William Henry of really hurry story of really impulsion. Discussion around Yemen or how how important is how important is to listen to people when they're saying made. So important. So it is it's it's up. Your head off mental health. Yes, it's true. Very imposed in. Yes. So, you know, in segues, just, you know, right in, you know, actually follows exactly what we were talking about sometimes between the mental health. If there's zero logical things that you know, that also add to that because it can be to Jerry, but it has to be you need to get help. And be seeing the whole point is that call in cry out is to get help mailing Dame. He was travelling in acts. I think he'd passed. I want to say, I think it was Paris. I think it was impair power it won't imperative hotel yet even building at the time. He was on the filming sensual, Iran. The hotel and whatever is at Lowe's. While. Yeah, it was raining. Take care of your health. Point run important. And if you don't have anyone outside your self, a you're hearing voices, or you're feeling, you know, just dark in lots of days of despair continuously, you know, reach out to reach out to someone in you know, as you read out to certain people in feels since a field than gold to call a hotline call somewhere don't come to the yet. But you know, you wanna jump a bridge or you wanna overdose. Or you know to stay online is not worth it, and, you know, more tragically
"kate spade" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
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"kate spade" Discussed on KTOK
"Her name became synonymous with handbags Kate Spade. I believe that it's about. Where you are and the idea of enjoying fashion. He was a diplomat from Ghana who served as United Nations secretary general from nineteen ninety seven to two thousand six one of the great diplomats of our time for his work coffee on on and the UN got a Nobel peace prize. We can be very proud of the life of Kofi Annan as multilateralists. He was one of our grades u n special envoy. Peter Thomson when Nelson Mandela sat in a South African prison for decades, his wife at the time, Winnie Mandela spoke out on his behalf has famed country. Her voice helped keep the anti-apartheid movement alive until Nelson Mandela was freed two men who went to the moon. Nobody knew how to do it. But Alan bean did on Apollo twelve. I've always felt I was lucky to be part of an organization trying to achieve and impossible dream and John Young made it on Apollo. Sixteen. Unreal back on earth as the aids epidemic ravaged America in the eighties and nineties doctor Mathilde Krim was a leading researcher and advocate woman. Isn't that the gay men, and nevertheless, thirty dedicated to this another researcher, Dr t berry Brayson during the course of my career? I've cared for more than twenty five thousand children he focused on how babies learn.
"kate spade" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN
"Became synonymous with handbags Kate Spade. I believe that it's about where you are. And the idea of enjoying passion. He was a diplomat from Ghana who served as United Nations secretary general from nineteen ninety seven to two thousand. Six one of the great diplomats of our time for his work coffee on on and the UN got a Nobel peace prize. We can be very proud of the life of Kofi on those multilateralists. He was one of our grades u n special envoy. Peter Thomson when Nelson Mandela sat in a South African prison for decades, his wife at the time, Winnie Mandela spoke out on his behalf. Has famed country. Her voice helped keep the anti-apartheid movement alive until Nelson Mandela was freed two men who went to the moon. Nobody knew how to do it. But Alan bean did on Apollo twelve. I've always felt I was lucky to be part of an organization trying to achieve and impossible dream and John Young made it on Apollo sixteen. Absolutely unreal. Back on earth as the aids epidemic ravaged America in the eighties and nineties, doctor Mathilde Krim was a leading researcher and advocate a woman. Amen. Nevertheless, thirty dedicated to this. Another researcher Dr t berry Brayson during the course of my career. I've cared for more than twenty five thousand.
These were 2018's top 5 searched terms on Google
"So what are you searching for on Google turns out a sporting event at some tragedies. The year's top Google searches. USA radio's Chris Barnes reports. Now from Washington DC. The number one most Google terms. This year was the World Cup, which is not unexpected as it's the world's most watched sporting event. The second most googled event was hurricane Florence which brought destruction to the Carolinas number three two suspected drug overdose. A twenty six year old rapper MAC Miller, the suicides of designer Kate Spade and celebrity chef Anthony bourdain rounding out the year's top five biggest Google searches
A body in Motion is a Powerful Leader
"The. Former executive turned lifestyle entrepreneur, Connie is ridiculously dedicated to inspiring individuals to activate their power and live their dream as a lifestyle entrepreneur. It's time to sit down, lie down or squat down and turn up the volume up or out with Connie starts right now. Why? Hello and welcome to activating power women podcast. I'm Connie five-year transformational sneaker, mentoring coach, and if you're looking for inspiration motivation and just want those tools to excel in business eggs really come to the right fights. So on tier sage because we have a phenomenal guest today, she is the author of the workplace while miss that works. And she's also the CEO and founder of motion infusion, which is a leading well being and learning provider. Her work has been covered on MSNBC the New York Times. US news wurley pour onto nor business insider NPR. She's also a former urban public high school teacher, Ellen de professional public policy advocate as something I've always been interested and international community organizer dancer gymnast. And now of movement builder and the World Health and wellbeing with emission, get people and organizations in motion to is a frequent keynote speaker and work with a range of organizations from fortune five hundred two government agencies to academic institutes, nonprofits, she's a recipient of the American heart association's twenty twenty impact award as well as a national wellness institute circle of leadership award. She's a graduate from Brown University and Saint for university, and she comes to us from San Francisco where lizard, her fiance, please walk Laura, but room faith, Connie, it's really nice to be back. So you'd have so so many incredible things so many incredible things. And now you've come to the place where it's all about getting people in motion, getting people moving from people and people inside of organizations. So a union talk about half. Ving that energy, but do you have the energy to be effective leader? Yeah, I think that this is the reason why I asked this question a lot is because I think it's hard for a lot of people to make the connection between wellness annotated a life, and sometimes it better way to reframe that is asking leaders managers and for other women leaders out there asking the question, do you have the energy that you need to be an effective leader and energy starts with wellbeing? Keep them points at my aunt had this great sticker that was on her refrigerator that read the bridge between despair and hope is a good night sleep. So it's already. Hell you can't get any basic than that, right. And we, you know, the bridge between being an ineffective leader versus an effective one is often something as simple as getting enough sleep man, though when we think about energy, it derives from a lot of different places, but we cannot ignore the role that wellbeing pleased in having energy and wellbeing purchase physical, although that extremely important but also wellbeing on an emotional level. I mean, certainly we're seeing a lot of evidence of that today was with the loss of Kate Spade in Anthony bourdain that nece who can't ignore emotional wellbeing here, these people who are, you know, at the peak of their careers in can't ignore things like emotional wellbeing, zillion awhile, being or community wellbeing, social wellbeing. All of these really factor into our capacity. To have the energy that we need to be ineffective weaker. And that really unin find finding that life balance because I mean, I'll admit it. I mean, I've leads several organizations and it could be really exhausted. It really can to the boy where even that emotional energy, because as they say, you know, when you're at the top, it's lonely. I don't wanna say it was lonely, but sometimes you just don't know who to go to write talk and Hutu confided without feeling less of a person out filling
Malaysia hopes China will sympathize with its fiscal woes
"On the eastern seaboard of the United States on, Sunday six thirty AM right here. In Hong Kong and in Singapore I'm Rishaad Salamat right three thirty in the afternoon out here in Los Angeles happy to be here we are about an hour and a half away from the started. Trading in Tokyo Sydney and Seoul three hours to go before we get Hong Kong and Shanghai the big questions this morning why. Is the Chinese currency up so much and why are Chinese.
Coca-Cola picks up stake in Kobe Bryant sports drink
"Wait then coq what did they buy a minority stake would, they buy yeah they took, a minority stake, in a company called, body armor it's. A sports drink maker. And. The backers include Kobe. Bryant the move is another attempt for coke to get beyond you know, sugary fizzy beverages don't know the finances, on this one. They haven't disclosed those, but apparently body armor? Is drinks are infused with coconut water vitamins and potassium and this investment comes at a time of change obviously for soft drinks coke last? Month posted sales and profit. That beat estimates helped by a, rebranding of. Low of their diet coke and a boost from their Coca Cola zero
David Spade Recalls Kate Spade's Beautiful Spirit One Month After Her Death
"Pain morphine and codeine in a system along with heroin and alcohol. And of course, his mother, says I still can't pick up, the pieces my world totally stopped and I'm a different person than I was before yeah as. Any, parent who's lost a child can attest absolutely and I I the thing I will I the thing I want to honor. About her talking about this, is I think to Bradley's point it is an important piece of information that. People need to have totally is, both you know, people who have struggled with. Addiction but also people who are working closely and and prescribing to people. Who have struggled with addiction yeah that needs to be an open dialogue should be asking questions Absolutely everybody ruined yeah How do you? Feel about using this is this something you're comfortable with, and then following along if if and when they do decide to, take to, take, it you know, again for all people, this is not a it's it's nothing to be taken lately is the bottom line thankful to her for talking openly and honestly about that because I, think it's going to I think adding voice to that is. Going to be helpful David Spade was on, good Morning America today and he did he's. Doing a press tour he's talking about his new net flicks movie father of the. Year and his book and he was asked at the end of his interview by Robin Roberts how his family is coping with the tragedy of losing. His sister-in-law Cates, base and he said it's very sweet that everyone came out of the woodwork saying that she. Really made an impact and then he talked about so many of the women that he's, dated over the, years loved and admired Kate Spade said that they would always buy new wardrobe. Before. They met. Kate Oh my God There was just so much adoration. For Kate Spade he told that story very briefly and then got, very, emotional saying essentially he, will start bawling Sweat is. Awfully sad yeah sweet sweet you're right, but can you imagine I mean if gates but, if you're like dating Kate Spade she's in the? Family of course they're going to be like I. Can't just carry around and then you decide should I wear Kate, Spade, or should I not Is that. Like singing artists thong auditioning for, them on, the voice or something happening awkward duchess, Meghan is excited to. Show Prince Harry everything she loves during, a USO tour so they are planning to come, to the United States isn't that exciting tripping victims No they won't be but Megan will be introducing. Harry to everything he she loves about, the US I think that will be good for her. She's going to do some summer traveling here to see friends and family on her own and then be able to do an official Royal tour in the spring you gotta stay connected to your roots just think, about how different her life as it's crazy and the other story from people magazine is that she's trying to navigate that role and she's learning the ups and. Downs sources saying she has quickly adopted too many of the minutia of Royal do's. And don'ts but, she is found certain rules in the Royal household difficult, to understand like the fact that the Queen prefers women in dresses or. Skirts rather than. Trouser suits and she's often asking Harry why things have. To be done in a certain way they source saying. I. Think. She, finds it, a, little frustrating at times but. This is her new life and she has to deal with it that's fair enough? We find things about Royal protocol to be very confusing. We're not part of the Royal, family were just America exactly exactly well Elizabeth Ries yes. You.
China blocks talk of John Oliver for taunting leader Xi Jinping
"Sixty nine today i'm christopher watson popular chinese social media side is blocking people from posting about last week tonight and it's hbo host john oliver after the news satire program aired a segment this week making fun of chinese president xi jinping attempts to send posts with either the terms john oliver or last week tonight on the sina wybo micro blog were met with failure messages saying the content contains information that violates relevant laws and regulations oliver's show on sunday made satirical references to president xi and the way that chinese internet users often joke that he resembles winnie the pooh the show also referred to china's internet intermittent internment rather of hundreds of thousands of members of the muslim minority group political indoctrination camps in that country the father of late fashion designer kate spade has died her family says eighty nine year old earl brosnahan died the night before his daughter's funeral which is being held today in kansas city missouri he'd been in failing health and family members said he was heartbroken over his daughter's retha recent death kate spade died june fifth after hanging herself in her new york city apartment federal investigators now know and ohio man who committed suicide in two thousand two was living under a stolen identity federal marshal peed elliott says the man known as joseph newton chandler third is actually us navy veteran robert ivan nichols who was reported missing in nineteen sixty five robert ivan nichols never wanted to be found throughout his lifetime even into is someone out there may hold the key as to why nichols was found dead of a self inflicted gunshot wound in two thousand to the real joseph newton chandler died at.
Man awarded $18.4 million in lawsuit over canceled HIV test
"News time nine eighteen sun and clouds in boston right now seventy four degrees good morning i'm deb lawler top stories now the government plans to open a fourth shelter to house hundreds of young migrant children in south texas the children are sent there after being forcibly separated from their parents at the mexican border as part of the trump administration zero tolerance policy on beacon hill state lawmakers debate a bill tomorrow allowing massachusetts residents to designate their gender as acts instead of male or female on driver's licenses and charlton's board of selectmen approves a proposal to turn an orchard into a largescale cannabis farm in other news now in east boston woman is still traumatized after a man kicked her poppy while she was walking it yesterday wbz tv's mike lacrosse spoke with the pet's owner danika sherline had happened on johnson street next to route one eight in east boston sherline spent her day an event clinic in woburn where the puppy went through several tests the vet told her the dog suffered blunt force trauma to the jaw close ovation make sure that she can opener john eat sherline said the assailant turned and smirked at her after kicking the dog she plans to file a police report a jury awards eighteen million dollars in damages to a man who says dr failed to test them for hiv which allowed the virus to progress to aids sean stent afford consented to an hiv test in two thousand seven because he was experiencing facial paralysis but his medical malpractice lawsuit claims one of the doctors cancelled the test because he felt there was no risk for hiv center for dhs lawyer says his client should have been tested because he is gay and was exposed to bodily fluids while working as a paramedic another flare up in the tense border battle between israel and the hamas ruled gaza strip cbs's robert berger reports from jerusalem palestinian militants fired forty five rockets and mortars at southern israel prompting israeli air strikes on twenty five hamas targets in gaza violence has flared on the gaza border for nearly three months and it could escalate further palestinians have been flying burning kites across the border causing massive damage to his rayleigh crops and forests and israel is bowing to retaliate liait robert berger cbs news jerusalem giant operation against illegal wildlife trade results millions of dollars worth of seizures and the identification of over fourteen hundred suspects around the world the seizures included forty tons of wild meat and over a ton of elephant ivory the month long operation involved ninety three countries wbz news time nine twenty one and with today's entertainment report here's kiss one awaits billy kosta a michael jackson musical is headed to broadway the musical inspired by michael's life expected to debut they say in twenty twenty paul mccartney releasing solo music for the first time in four years two new songs dropping today in fact the funeral for kate spade is scheduled for tomorrow in her hometown of kansas city and the actress fran drescher says a reboot of her sitcom the nanny is now in the works with the detainment report i'm billy cost to the mattie show on.
Daniel Duignam death: Police reveal details of Temple student's final moments
"Care of children in detention centers news is brought to you by son center gene the border patrol says a car that crashed in texas killing at least five people was being chased by an agent as possible smuggling vehicle dim it county sheriff marion boyd says fourteen people were in the suv yesterday and most were thrown from the car when it crashed going around one hundred miles an hour we're shooting those many many times and not only this county but other counties along the border it's a problem it's this is a perfect example of water borders need to be secure officials say the driver of the suv who's been arrested is probably a us citizen several people in two other cars were also arrested an off duty sheriff's deputy has been accused of being drunk while his pickup truck smashed into parked cars and palmdale crash happened about three in the morning yesterday the drifting truck hit five parked vehicles the driver had become an la county sheriff's deputy just six months ago is colleagues arrested him and he's been relieved of duty former pennsylvania governor ed rendell has parkinson's disease he said he was diagnosed three and a half years ago and his mom had parkinson's the last thirteen years of her life rendell is seventy four he was governor of pennsylvania from two thousand three to twenty ten the funeral for fashion designer kate spade will be held this week in kansas city missouri where she was born there say service will be in the same church where spades grandparents got married speed killed herself earlier this month at her home in new york city she was fifty five and anthony bourdain may be gone but the show must go on this show had been scheduled to be removed from the streaming service over the weekend but following the death of the chef and world traveler fan said they wanted more and lobbied net to keep the show net flicks now says it will extend an agreement to keep streaming episodes of parts unknown for months to come anthony bourdain committed suicide in france june ninth while he was.
Anthony Bourdain cremated in France, remains to be flown to US on Friday
"Of what's keeping former f b i official ron hostile awake at night my fear is that our nation acts most directly when they're on the backside of a crisis he says we should be investing in cyber protection now before hacker succeed in bringing down one of our jetliners vicki barker cbs news the late anthony bourdain show parts unknown we'll stay on net flicks for months com net flicks had planned on dropping it at the end of the week but will now extend the licensing agreement boarding was found dead in france last friday in an apparent suicide comedian and actor david spade post on instagram for the first time about the apparent suicide of his sisterinlaw kate spade he posted a christmas photo with her saying we had so much fun that day and she could make me laugh so hard i still can't believe it spayed added it's a rough world out there people try to hang on restaurant workers serve up a special delivery to lawmakers on beacon hill wbz's bernice corpuz reports these workers delivered cupcakes to the officers of the senate president and house speaker a treat in exchange for their demand for better wages just not cut it jessica as a college student they work long shifts at restaurant three seventy five does not cover our tuition three seventy five doesn't cover a cup of coffee the group is urging lawmakers to raise the minimum wage for tipped workers to nine dollars an hour but bob laws with massachusetts restaurants association says servers and bartenders are already the highest paid workers in restaurants that's what it should be across the industry when the is working quite well as it is just doesn't seem right at all at the state house bernice corpuz wbz newsradio ten thirty.
U2 dedicates song to Anthony Bourdain at Apollo show
"Reaction coming in from around the world the us north korea summit wasn't even dry and the declaration presidents romp and north korean leader kim jong signed at their historic summit in singapore promising complete denuclearization of the korean peninsula before that global naysayers zeroed in iran which recently saw the trump administration back out of its nuclear deal had a warning for peon yang administration's failure to honor its commitments makes us watch mr trump's behavior with pessimism and i think the north korean government should handle this with full vigilance china showing signs of backing out of international sanctions against the north thinks their grip should be easy access greg palkot you to honor late cnn host anthony bourdain at a private show last night to honor the late anthony bourdain during a special performance at the apollo theater in harlem by no spoke of losing a lot of inspiring people who gave up on their life most likely alluding to the recent suicides of kate spade chester bennington and chris cornell but he named boarding saying and now this great storyteller whom i'm sure has stories he couldn't tell us so for anthony bourdain his friends and family this is a song inspired by a great great great friend of ours in excess lead singer michael hutchence hutchence was found dead in nineteen ninety seven of an apparent suicide boarding was found dead last week in france michelle pollino fox news.
CNN's Anthony Bourdain dead at 61
"R well real shocker in the news this morning lyn cnn is reported that anthony bourdain dead at sixty one apparently he killed himself in a hotel room in strasbourg france where he was filming his hugely popular television series parts unknown right on the heels of kate spade suicide i mean the two famous suicides i'm back to back to just stunning he traveled the world look like us just the greatest time as a bone vivant eating traveling did he not have the greatest job in the world every time i thought i want to go to this country i want to eat that i loved it when he would go to a place in asia and he'd sit around the big round tables and they would bring the hot oil out and he would like dip live insects or crawfish into the oil and know he had a he had a great job and more to the point of the suicide he seemed to know it he seemed to understand that he really had the world by the tail that the world was in the context world was his oyster and he'd been open about all the struck eagles he'd had in his life with drugs and alcohol when he was a chef and you had the sense you never know of course that that part of his life he had put behind him he'd fixed his life he was having a great time enormously popular the only thing i did notice anything natalie knows it as well there was a fair amount of drinking on the show he always seemed to have a bottle of wine open or drinking whatever the local liquor was and sometimes he looked he was he was bombed but that was kind of part of the fun of the shah's looking at his bio he was a two pack a day cigarette smuggling gave up cigarettes eleven years ago when his daughter was born but he said clearly addicted to all kinds of substances heroin draw a prescription drugs lsd cocaine did it all.