5 Burst results for "Kathleen Mcinerney"

"kathleen mcinerney" Discussed on The Cave - A DC Universe Podcast

The Cave - A DC Universe Podcast

03:08 min | Last month

"kathleen mcinerney" Discussed on The Cave - A DC Universe Podcast

"I know but it happens. And that's what's so scary. It does happen again for dc and marvel two. They do have an art. Developing a staple of strong women wonder woman's out as we record this and a few weeks. And i can't wait. Yeah i mean neither can i. I love the first movie so good so bad and And she's a natural she. Yeah her passion and her you know her her hope. Her hopefulness really came through and and really took to character to a new level. I thought and oh yeah. And i'm looking forward what they do next. Setting and in one thousand nine hundred eighties is fun. It'd be a lot of fun. Yeah to look back on some of the things we kinda shake our heads and go. What were you thinking. That's definitely my my christmas plan for sure. Yeah we're gonna we're definitely going to see it around the holidays and so we're not going anywhere this year for robbie. Yeah we're all hunkering down as we say. Yes but yeah. That sounds great. That is really really cool. I can't really wait It's out december twenty ninth. No as we record this and it's going to be a i'm sure available. Is it available at chronically as well as physical. Yes it's a hard it's available in hardcover. E book and audiobook honorable. Yeah and it comes out. december twenty nine which So it'll be perfect just a couple of days a few days. After christmas day for those of you who celebrate it can be like a little post little post christmas gift And fun book could take you into the new year with and I'm also offering some preorder goodies for anyone. That orders before december. Twenty ninth. But we're gonna extend it basically through publication week as well so through first week of january so yet follow me on social media or visit my website at www alexandra monja dot com for details on. That sounds good. Hey the audio book Do you know who did. Who did her voice believe. Her name is kathleen mcinerney. I hope i am saying that right. But she's awesome given the option of a few different narrators and luckily me in dc had the same first choice though. Oh great great. I was great. I can't wait to hear how she leaves it. Yeah it's going to be wild to hear your words coming out of somebody playing your character. I know i know little. Yeah exactly well totally. I mean it's it's your. It's my version of their character. Yeah it's it's funny because you get so attached to the book in your words and you feel like this is like your heart on a page. And also i get like both excited and nervous to hear someone else. Three days As i said..

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"kathleen mcinerney" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk

Sci-Fi Talk

03:08 min | Last month

"kathleen mcinerney" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk

"Just a couple of days a few days after christmas day for those of you who celebrate it can be like a little post little post christmas gift And fund book could take you into the new year with. And i'm also offering some priore goodies for anyone that orders before december twenty nine but we're gonna extend it basically through publication week as well so through first week of january. So follow me on social media or visit my website at www alexandra monnier dot com for details on that sound good. Hey the audio book Do you know who did. Who did her voice believe. Her name is kathleen mcinerney. I hope i am saying that right. But she's awesome. I was given the option of a few different narrators and luckily me in dc had the same first choice though great great. Yeah that was great. I can't wait to hear how she reads it. It's going to be wild to hear your words coming out of somebody playing your character. I know i know little. Yeah exactly well totally. I mean it's it's it's my version of their character. Yeah it's it's funny because you get so attached to the book in your words and you feel like this is like your heart on page. Also i get like both excited and nervous to hear someone else read. it's you as i said. I think i think it's great for by canary. She was featured in the prey recently. And one thing that dc is doing and they did a a swap. They made her an african american young lady which was and she was awesome. So great jeremy small. She was fantastic and she discovered her in the movie too which was cool but Yeah it and and obviously would jason momoa. They certainly his akwa man disturbing blonde and blue-eyed. Yeah i know i love. I'm so proud to be working with this company. Because yeah i mean they really You know they they really make a point of keeping their productions diverse than i just love that. Yeah yeah i think. That's i think that's the way they're going to be going from now on verdy heard a few things about just represents their audience in the world. Yeah i think. Actually i was to say that i heard that pretty atom who's gonna appearing. Zack snyder's justice. He's going to be played by an asian americans so cool. I think it's awesome. Because i feel like asian americans have been really under represented on louvers. Absolutely yeah you can get a couple of hispanics in there. I'd be happy but there were. I know wha what's been really great with that is a star wars. yes yes. Yeah oh god yes..

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"kathleen mcinerney" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

03:52 min | 2 years ago

"kathleen mcinerney" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Century of suspicious KCBS news time, ten thirty one CBS news update, a judge in Virginia sentences. President Trump's former campaign chair Paul Manafort to forty seven months in prison for tax fraud, Bank fraud and failing to disclose foreign Bank accounts. CBS news. Correspondent Paula Reid. Is in Alexandria, Virginia. Manafort's sentencing comes a special counsel. Robert Muller appears to be winding down his two year investigation into Russian interference in the two thousand sixteen election Muller has charged thirty four people and three companies including six Trump associates five have pleaded guilty Loyola University law. Professor Laurie Levenson we will get some good time credits, but not the traditional what people think you walk out after a few months. I'm good behavior. You can expect that he will be spending at least three years of those four years behind bars that is unless he gets a presidential pardon something. Sources have told CBS news bad afford has been banking on from his former boss the president next week Manafort faces another sentencing in Washington CBS news update, I'm Matt piper. KCBS news time ten thirty to the Justice department is cracking down on scams targeting the elderly CBS news correspondent Anna Werner said that the number of victims quadrupled over a four year period. Lies like these have cost seniors their life savings. Justice department officials said since March of last year charges against some two hundred sixty people have been filed in elder financial scams. The cases affected roughly two million Americans with losses of an estimated seven hundred fifty million dollars. Older Americans are often targeted like sixty five year old Kathleen mcinerney of Connecticut, last November a scam artist obtained her credit card, number and other personal information. Then tried three times to get cash advances off the card in amounts. Totaling sixty six hundred dollars. I felt such a invasion. You know that someone had that information Lynn settling I would say US banks reported over twenty four thousand suspected cases of elder financial abuse to the treasury department last year more than double the amount five years earlier common scams against the elderly now, some banks are giving their staff training at People's United Bank headquarters in Bridgeport, Connecticut, employees learn why scammers go after older customers. They have a lot of money. And that's why they are the age group of choice. VP Karen gal Bose says Bank employees can stop a scam in its tracks. If somebody's coming in and making large withdrawals that don't normally take out a lot of money because they might be on affixing comb, let's say social security income could be a red flag for us. Coincidentally mcenery card was from People's United and an alert employees prevented the fraud. Even though we hear about scams coming from strangers all the time a government report out last month points out that when people lose more money, it's because the scammer is somebody they know like a friend or family member. That's Anna Werner Senator Kamala Harris has lined up more endorsements for her bid to take the democratic presidential nomination in two twenty twenty the bay area. Democrats said that the mayors of San Francisco, San Jose, Sacramento, Long Beach and Compton or behind Harris, Oakland, mayor Libby Schaaf has been there from the very beginning as a Harris launched in Oakland on January twenty seventh Harris was born in Oakland. Governor Gavin Newsom has also on the Harris train, but Senator Dianne Feinstein house speaker Nancy Pelosi and LA mayor Eric Garcetti have been silent. So far. It's not where you start. It's where you end up here. A CBS news correspondent DeMarco Morgan. Player, richard. Why knows.

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Justice Department announces largest-ever elder fraud crackdown

KCBS Radio Overnight News

01:59 min | 2 years ago

Justice Department announces largest-ever elder fraud crackdown

"The Justice department is cracking down on scams targeting the elderly CBS news correspondent Anna Werner said that the number of victims quadrupled over a four year period. Lies like these have cost seniors their life savings. Justice department officials said since March of last year charges against some two hundred sixty people have been filed in elder financial scams. The cases affected roughly two million Americans with losses of an estimated seven hundred fifty million dollars. Older Americans are often targeted like sixty five year old Kathleen mcinerney of Connecticut, last November a scam artist obtained her credit card, number and other personal information. Then tried three times to get cash advances off the card in amounts. Totaling sixty six hundred dollars. I felt such a invasion. You know that someone had that information Lynn settling I would say US banks reported over twenty four thousand suspected cases of elder financial abuse to the treasury department last year more than double the amount five years earlier common scams against the elderly now, some banks are giving their staff training at People's United Bank headquarters in Bridgeport, Connecticut, employees learn why scammers go after older customers. They have a lot of money. And that's why they are the age group of choice. VP Karen gal Bose says Bank employees can stop a scam in its tracks. If somebody's coming in and making large withdrawals that don't normally take out a lot of money because they might be on affixing comb, let's say social security income could be a red flag for us. Coincidentally mcenery card was from People's United and an alert employees prevented the fraud. Even though we hear about scams coming from strangers all the time a government report out last month points out that when people lose more money, it's because the scammer is somebody they know like a friend or family

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"kathleen mcinerney" Discussed on This Day in History Class

This Day in History Class

07:07 min | 2 years ago

"kathleen mcinerney" Discussed on This Day in History Class

"Hey, Mario Lopez here. And I really hope you can check out my new podcast. Listen tomorrow. LTM definitely side of me that you've never seen before. So please, listen and subscribe at apple podcasts or on the iheartradio app or wherever you listen to podcasts. Welcome to this day in history class where we bring you a new tidbit from history every day. Today is February seventeenth twenty nineteen. the day was February seventeenth nineteen thirteen more than twelve hundred artworks by around three hundred artists were on display in New York City. Matisse Gauguin to shop Kathleen mcinerney, Picasso Muntz say's in date, guys. Hopper and more American in European artists. All had worked on exhibition at the sixty ninth regiment armory on Lexington avenue in twenty fifth street. It was all part of the international exhibition of modern art, or what came to be known simply as the armory show. More than twelve hundred artworks by around three hundred artists were on display in New York City. It's easy to recognize these names now and we'd consider their work valuable but back in the early nineteen hundreds the cultural distance between the United States and Europe was far greater the American art scene. Looks nothing like the European art scene at the time while art in Europe was getting pretty risky think cubism, future ISM and abstract sculpture. Art in America was still stuck within pretty rigid boundaries. More realistic art like that of the old masters was still popular in the states and the people who could afford to collect art were acquiring new pieces to affirm their status, the National Academy of design a rather traditional arts organization acted as a kind of gatekeeper in the New York City art world only letting in the artists whose work stayed in an acceptable lane of idealism. But there were artists who refuse to accept the stifling of experimentation in American art in nineteen eleven artists Rome Myers Elmer McCray. Walt Kuhn and Henry Fitch Taylor. Started meeting at Madison gallery in New York to discuss forming a society that would help young artists exhibit their work in America. By the end of the year, the four artists banded together. With other artists to form the association of American painters in sculptors, a blatantly anti kademi group whose goal was to exhibit quote, the works of progressive in live painters. Both American in foreign favoring such work usually neglected by current shows, and especially interesting and instructive to the public. So Walt Kuhn the organization's president Arthur Bowen Davies in artists, Walter pack, combed Europe, looking for artworks to take back across the pond, they found hundreds of works and Davies in Coon arrived back in New York near the end of nineteen twelve. And in America, the association had been gathering the works of artists like Albert pink men writer Edith, Demot Marsden, Hartley and Ethel Myers. There was no jury for the exhibition. Unlike the kademi shows in December the association sent out of call for artists to submit works in any medium, here's a live from that. So killer the association, particularly desires to encourage all artwork that is produced for the pleasure that the producer fines and carrying it out. They didn't take all this emissions. But they did take a lot collector. John Quinn set. The following the show's opening. The members of this association have shown you that American artists. Young American artists that is do not dread and have no need to read the ideas. Our culture of Europe, they believe that in the domain of art only the best should rule this exhibition will be epoch-making in the history of American art on the night, it opened the exhibition attracted four thousand guests. But as you could imagine people had wildly mixed. Reactions ranging from the utterly disgusted to the highly enamored. The show basically went the early twentieth century version of viral do shops Cuba's painting nude descending staircase particularly have people in a tizzy the magazine. Art news offered readers ten dollars. If they could figure out what it meant. One critic said it looked like an explosion in a shingle factory. Another said, it's looked like an academic painting of an artichoke in general reviewers questioned whether the so called progressive work could really even be considered art. All that said the show had a ton of fans before the armory show was over in New York and headed to Chicago for its next run it pulled in eighty seven thousand visitors change wouldn't happen immediately. This show made many American artists feel like they had licensed to experiment, while others weren't so sure of the longevity of the new art styles galleries started carrying more modern and contemporary art, though, they favored European artworks and the show did open up conversations about art that had previously been limited to the elite. The art world in America was headed for an upheaval in the kind of art that was considered good was about to broaden drastically in the show did open up conversations about art that had previously been limited to the elite. I'm Jeff coat in. Hopefully, you know, a little more about history today than you did yesterday. As I was researching this episode, I was just thinking about how this whole event what caused a lot of Twitter matinees today, like even people who stuck up for the artwork at the show had to take some heat, the Sokoto Tribu, even published this poem. I called the canvas cow with could in hung it on the line. Although to me Twas vague as mud. Twas clear to Gertrude Stein. Catch you tomorrow for another episode.

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