35 Burst results for "Keiko"
"keiko" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"The bedroom of you know hostess those ring Ding juniors and other assorted the tasting Keiko the thing is there's no expiration date all those things are still good the twenty first like spam seven fifty three traffic and weather on the three inch thicker so those are taking I like to send you a list of all except the global listen there's nothing better than any clearer blows up at some I miss heard something I thought Sean just sent I like septic loudly I thought I heard the same thing about the threw me a curveball I'm glad you like septic shock but that has nothing to do with the traffic arch what what what it could but it doesn't right now it's Russia J. effects at forty First Street nice very clean everything's clean following up right down through the ranks of North Avenue both the tunnel still running okay and also the key bridge now the construction area at Browning highway beltway looks good the one accident in Bellaire as you're coming down to the Bel Air bypass right before the lighted Hartford road I'm Chuck would occur with traffic and weather on the threes on talk radio six eighty WCBS sunny less humid command higher on eighty seven degrees of sun and clouds tomorrow following a high eighty color gray Davis's weekend right now Randallstown sixty five Severna park sixty eight down to all the more it is seventy one degrees and now we have rush Limbaugh's morning minute the legal aid.
"keiko" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"You to have a great deal of concern about and Turks in Keiko's the water is so spectacularly beautiful but pictures can't even capture how beautiful the water yeah well cool yeah I really want to go okay well tell you what you do if you're really really nervous you can buy a special kind of trip insurance policy okay it allows you to cancel for any reason okay they cost more money and you don't get back all your money usually got back half or three quarters of your money now but if you were willing to jump in with one foot not to yeah and let them book here on the trip but if you wanted to back out you couldn't get back much of your money that would be the way to do it okay that sounds good yeah okay thank you so you're you what you're gonna find is the biggest concern you're likely to have is going to be sunburn not the kind of virus okay okay and I've I've actually spa been on a cruise ship that came right by Turks in Keiko's so again I haven't seen it on land but I've seen it right from off the coast and it really does look beautiful Abdul is with us on the Clark Howard show hello I do Hey good afternoon guys how are you today great thank you I do how can I serve you what I was wondering if any place where I can look for some good around them the text repair order CPA with at sixty percent I look through quite a few things online but I didn't really come across anything answer my question so I was curious if you made them ideal how do I go about finding one so the IRS has a briefing one enrolled agents okay and why it I'm in rolled agents are great and you can also go to there's a website I'm trying to remember if this I'm working on a website right now to see this is at the national association of enrolled agents that website in A. D. A. dot org okay then you just click on a button there and they take you through how to find and then rolled agent rolled agents are registered with the IRS enrolled with them and they are going to be real tax preparers not fake and they are extremely knowledgeable especially about federal tax rules related to the alternative is a CPA who does tax so not all CPA's do tax knowledgeable about it but CPA's by the very nature of the extreme level of education they have gone through our obviously professionals at what they do and if they on top of that they do tax work especially for people who own their own business they are a great choice how would I find one good one so I'd like for you to ask people you know who own their own businesses okay what CPA they use and is that the person who does their tax for them and would you use that person again if you were starting from scratch and people will be you ask people for advice people love to give advice special and when it comes to something like that if they are wishy washy about their CPA you definitely don't want that person but if they're like this person's great they're very thorough they're very knowledgeable that could be your person okay all right maybe that's what I need to start looking for that because I lost one of my C. P. it takes people so I need to find one so the gentleman who tires I need to replace him so I took do you maybe good source to get some information so I could I just talk to you and see what you meant to say well I appreciate that and I have had a long standing belief with CPA's that word of mouth from people who use one has always been my favorite way which is not necessarily true with all professions this is the Clark Howard show.
Russell T Davies On Balancing Politics, Tech and a Multi-Year Family Saga in ‘Years and Years’
"The BBC HBO show years and Years Combines the politics economy and tech twenty nineteen and imagine how it all might evolve over the next fifteen years. Emma Thompson is in it. As a celebrity British politician with autocratic leanings but mainly the show follows a family as they deal with the world changing around them. Russell t Davis created and wrote years and years. He's also worked on the show doctor who torchwood and created queer as folk. He said the tech in years and years is like life. It's complicated just to show good and bad. I think some of the saddest moments. It's you have a world war on television and the little five six year old kids just staring into their phones playing their games. So yes there's bad stuff but let's talk about and yet there's very very good stuff. I tell you what to do when I made the choice to said to this around a family that came from one of the good sites of current tech which is very simply the. What's up group? I'm one of three kids two sisters. They've got two kids. Each were Nice family will like each of the wicked on but up until a couple of years ago. My nieces grow up to three years ago. I would've text them twice. Happy Birthday. Merry Christmas now. Oh my God. I went out the other night and I came back to the WHATSAPP group to fifty three messages on the group because because someone at cooked lasagna with butternut squash so yes. There's good stuff if you choose good ride the badge and they could right. You've got to get both because in the end. It's the technology it's it's the people. Well it's great because some of the tech feels really immediate like a headband. That projects a holographic sort of snapchat filter for your face that everyone can see in the physical world. It's futuristic but it's also completely realistic. Yes yes I think it was invented tomorrow. We'd all go and buy one. I mean I find this fascinating. I mean everyone my age. Everyone sends each others photos of themselves looking like a dunk. It will not count rash of instagram. Filters like what dog are you or what Keiko you. I'm certainly a Battenberg. I love those filters and I'm fascinated by the way we love those filters and so the moment someone events a filter you can see in the real world not just on your phone dot com. I will be new for my palace on the moon. Do you have conflicting feelings about tack or is it like so many things where it just reflects? The real world has interesting. I think it's both I think I have to be entertaining but entertain doesn't mean being glib or dust. I think I'm getting older. I think my stuff is full of warnings. Now to be honest it's funny. I'm now in the middle of an eddy of my next drama. Which is we'd each be. Oh Max over there which is about the AIDS crisis of the nineteen eighty s and leaked just watched an idea of an episode warning about viruses and we step out above. Does this virus on the loose? You can't them those lessons from History Indus- strangers no what a world. I was telling people that I'm taking a little bit of comfort in darker timeline but there is something comforting about the passage of time right like you fast forward in these episodes and increasingly terrible things happen but also people are still living their normal lives. Talk to me about that sense of perspective. Yes that's right. I mean it's it was quite hard. Showed a salad sleep with its concept of moving forward in time every episode moves forward a year but actually I sat there and saying doubt dry being questioned by fifty seven times set. That didn't know what else moves forward a year every episode Downton Abbey and so did upstairs downstairs many years ago. It's actually not former drummer. Have invented a sippy by this jobs. Going to the future by a year every absurd that had people scared but in terms of trauma tens of how the characters are getting on lobs. Who who's going out with? Who WHO's cross with? Who who loves to to take yearly jumps in that? It's a very simple dramatic device so I knew that would work. I had the confidence of those. Those full beds to say This'll work and and that sort of creep into the story. Which is that would winner. In in societies when dictators arise all where huge changes are made and and West Society swing from left to right or right to left. It doesn't happen overnight. That's why I wanted. What ends up fifteen year span on the show is social these things slowly creeping up on you and you're more concerned with having tea or for your love or have a good divorce. That's actually the stuff the meat and drink of your life while the biggest shadows falling on new unseen so a needed that stretch to show small picture of people living in a bigger picture
No Audience at Biden-Sanders Debate Due to Coronavirus
"Becky we've just learned that there will be no audience at the Phoenix democratic debate on Sunday mayor Kate K. echo tweeted that the audience portion of the debate has been canceled she says this comes at the request of both campaigns and out of an abundance of caution Keiko says the city has been in contact with local health officials in the DNC and will provide daily updates with any other changes to plans again the democratic debate will go on in Phoenix Sunday night but without an audience due to fears of spreading
"keiko" Discussed on Asian, Not Asian
"What's happening. Slowly it dawns on her that. This guy's jacking off and it it on the high school also so the bus is like a city bus. Oh I don't thank you all been. They're not on the yellow bus. Okay bus and he was on her pants. Riyadh and behind her yeah he can't you can't quite see like they don't show at obviously but she doesn't. It happened so fast. She kinda doesn't know what she doesn't know what to make of it. Not Not anybody necessarily sees exactly what happens but the the part of the painful thing is that she looks around the bus not empty and she kind of tries. I don't know if you've ever maybe this where you're looking for that one person to acknowledge that was fucked up right and she has that and she doesn't she doesn't get it and she kind of just scurries off the bus and she just holds it with her and she tries to make it about the fact that. Oh this is a bummer. These were my favorite genes. That I wonder if that's ruined like she focuses on that part of it like. Oh isn't that bomber that my jeans might be ruined. This is kind of horrible and nobody stood up for me very. Yeah I feel. That's you just moved to like kind of not your newish right and so I feel stuff like that happens in New York as far as there's a lot of bystander effect. There's a lot of like let's not get involved. Have you had that? Because so for example I would say uncertain train lines. Let's say the AC or like the four five six especially there's on any given commute there's like a pretty good chance there's GONNA be some scuffled. Somebody's going to get angry And generally everybody. Kinda looks away and it's only after like something crazy happens where there's physical contact that people will be like fuck now. Have we have to get involved right? Have you had something like that where you're like? Oh Shit like you know. Something's happening on him. And you find yourself also kind of like avoiding that because that's a very New York thing to kind of like willingly just not to deal with it. I don't want to ruin my by my my commute. Have you had to happen. Yeah I hate to say that I I sh. I like definitely look to the floor. Yes and just try to almost I try to shrink into myself just to be small. I will say there's one there was one time that another thought. A possibility of another thought happened. Where so I'm a small Asian woman right So physically am I. I am also scared of your week and hurt. But there's there's there is something about Looking at a type of privilege that I have as a as a as a woman right. So there's someone the other day there was someone that was Kinda Stumbling. He was he. I couldn't tell if he was ill or if he was really drunk but he was having difficulty and I looked at him. I was like are are you okay? 'cause he had kind of dropped something and he was like owner find. Oh I think he's just really drunk but in that moment I realized that as as small as I feel. There's something about when someone acknowledges publicly. Oh this person needs help that people look at you and then kind of go. Oh It's okay to care knowledge that thing and she's she's she's a woman maybe we should. All I don't know adding vulnerability on top of the stretch. I think sometimes your this is really fucked up but if you see someone unless way in New York you have to assess if that person is homeless or a. This is really fucked up. Oh yeah quote. Real Person Yes. Yeah Yeah Yeah. One time I was like looking at this guy and he was like fall asleep and stuff like that and I was like. Is this guy a homeless person or a real person? Yeah and think about because like you know one of them is like Oh this is beyond my ability to help someone and or if you're a regular because like he had like. Aw I think the thing is I was like oh he has a cell phone and not just cell phone because even homeless people have held folks but he also had like airports and I was like. Oh this is like a regular person and as soon as I started poking him. Everyone else was like. Okay now we can ask you know we're all ping wins edge of the iceberg. I want to help but I'm not sure because like this could be a shark. Yeah Yeh can I. Can I help to not help? That was strange word. I'm interested in unpacking this idea because there was so there's a video I saw a while ago of Talking about racism and how there was And how we're dressed right so so there was a an African American man that didn't look Like just had regular clothes on. He kind of collapsed walking on a crowded street and nobody stopped right and then they did the same in his videotaped right because it's part of this exposure to things so there was a a man in a suit on that look like Wall Street guy. He stumbles and everybody go. There is obviously heavy race aspect but part of it. Also that I I was questioning is that the. I think the reason why we don't rush is that if if someone that seems hates uses where the quote unquote capable. It's a short investment of our time. Yes so if I helped to pick him up or if I helped to call someone. It's a five minute ride. Police will come or or like the. Yeah the ambulance will come in. And then just not your problem anymore. Right as if if it's someone who is in dire who probably needs me more than anyone else. That's like a lyft. I don't know where that invasion and like I could get stuck in fear yes A. Let's just get started. You're you're born far away from here. You're from.
"keiko" Discussed on Asian, Not Asian
"This is stupid seen in but like you know as a kid to your point you kind of go. Well that doesn't really directly impact me so I'm like kind of like whatever. Just get to the jet Li Dope and he's GonNa kick anyone's as-as can find. Yeah but yeah. That sort of reminds me of that. Yeah I would just like so shocked at how I love that down. It was because I was like how could I forget that? So fucked up Marcel. Proust's pro he so he has this like he's really famous French author and he has this whole thing where Because of the smell a cookie. Yeah he suddenly like the character he writes about in his book has smells a cookie and it takes someone this huge journey on hair gel hair gel looking like I know racist. Yeah it was like God. It's like that movie Ratatouille but it was fun. It wasn't fun at all. It wasn't my mom's nice cooking it was like aspects that's the Bianchi Week of jail guest. Today she's got great hair she was GonNa talk to him my God. It's incredible it's talking. Oh my God. We reduce our guest today She is an actress and comedian. Okay Dude she's like famous. I can't believe you got her disloyalty mason royalty. She's been on lane. Kim On Gilmore Girls. She's a series regular role. Who's the first she was better call Saul Susan? Thirteen weeks as was on. Shameless was on scandal. As a CO producer of the hit show Asian AF and apparently right now regular on prodigal son Prodigal son iconic iconic yes iconic so. Please welcome to the show. Keiko Agai- thank you so much. Thank you for coming by this icon. Happy we're happy you're here that's five iconic before. I I it was that all your all sorts of stuff about you found that you're at the level. Where when you youtube you when you your name. There's like coal just like compilations of your performance all along so it was it was. I found like a thing where it was like your character on prodigal son is just all your your reactions. Altogether is like six minutes your you and your character. It's like they cut all the other shit out. You like this freaky like weird creepy Fan.
"keiko" Discussed on Asian, Not Asian
"Also if you're listening to this on your phones right now play constraint. Shot posted on instagram stories. Asian Not Asian pod and write these words. I have a terminal illness and my last wish is for you to listen to Asian Asian podcast. Thank you so much prayer emoji. Yes the whole thing. I don't even bother. Don't even bother. Don't even bother unless it's worked for the guy. I want to start with this story of the week. This is something that's been on my mind recently. Yeah I saw this in the notes and I was wondering what it was okay I. I'm wondering if this happens to me or if it happens to other people of color or doesn't marginalize people but I feel like I had this thing where just like brushing my teeth looking in the mirror and I saw. I don't remember exactly what a buzz but like just the the way whatever I was thinking my thought led me to a flashback of like I think I was looking at like a like a hair gel or something something that like this one person who I knew usually use in high school and then I started thinking about that guy and then I remembered that there was the entire year or two in highschool where my friends had megyn their phones as muscle change. Not that I'm Mike. All fucking for God about that. Yeah the start against so mad and I'm like why did I just let them do that? And then I was just tweeted. This is like two lakes but I was just thinking I was like I feel like I've had a lot of moments like that where I'm like eating breakfast like opened my wallet and I just have a flashback. Because it reminds me of racist somebody censoring the fast and then I started thinking about this one guy who did that to me and I was just like I wonder if that's happened to other Friends of mine just like you're just doing something that's completely unrelated and you're like all my God that guy did call me or whatever. Yeah I do also we gotta gotTa Stop First Trunk. So they they put that in as you're have that in their phones if they call you that to your name. Sometimes they really. Yeah I like I I guess I just like repressed it. I didn't even really. I forgot that they did that to me. Oh Shit yeah so high. School High School Freshman Year Alex Sophomore Junior. They were like they weren't my main crew. My main crew like what? I'm do that Shit. These were like me my so like I had a lot of different groups of friends and then these are friends that I knew from sports. They used to run cross country. Tennis and stuff those like kind of like Bro. He and I love my crew but they were very smart academically but had the best grades in my crew so like I don't have classes with any of them right. Yeah all the people I classes with these people my other groups friends and so there was like this one jock. There was Jason and he he was like very mean to just people in general. We're like yeah. He's nice to me. Whatever you know but like those aggressive kids. Yeah it was very aggressive. And then he like. I don't know what prompted but there was like a wire where they just called me and I called them once I saw in their phone. And that was like you have in your phone as Mosk Ching. Cha Did you call them out. You say you know what was so fucked up is like I think back then I was so it doesn't bother me because that's a Chinese and saw see ya but now it's like that's not the point the point you know what I mean so like but I think back then that was my defense mechanism is to like is to separate myself from the problem doing it wrong because that's not who I am but like I was missing the point. Yeah I sort of triggers for me. Yeah I remember for a while okay when I was in high school. Yeah really excited. Because lethal weapon four came out and I was watching lethal weapon four. And you guys haven't seen it. In general I like lethal weapon. Whatever we'll get into later like there's a scene where they're interrogating suggest lease in it. Which is why I was really excited. I was like hell. Yeah Yeah and so there's this Chinese triad thing which when I which you know now brings up all sorts of red flags but at the time I was just like a kid and I was like. Yeah he's GonNa be. It's GonNa be awesome and interrogating this like one of the Chinese triad leader guys and there's a joke in there and it goes on for a while. Yeah about where he can't do the R. L. Thing he says flied right. Friday and it goes on for a long time in the interrogation interrogating him in like he's he's at a dentist okay. It's not a great scene. Yeah but like the whole thing and at the time as a kid. It didn't dawn on me. I guess the reason why is because actually didn't get it. I was like oh I didn't know Asian people couldn't do that. Asian people I knew could do fried rice or what are the. Yeah Yeah Yeah. He's speaking I. It was like a I was like. Oh this is like a joke for old people on me that it was like. Oh they're making fun of Asian people because again like Vietnamese. People don't have this Korean people. Chinese KIP kids. I knew do not have this. Bmi Some Weird Tarik boomer. You must be like an antique oil joke. Like look old USA. Make Fun of these Asian. People were no longer apply. But I'm like oh. This is terrible. This is stupid seen in but like you know as a kid to your point you kind of go. Well that doesn't really directly impact me so I'm like kind of like whatever..
Ciara poses in a bikini to announce baby number three
"News it's baby number three for number three say ox quarterback Russell Wilson posted a picture on his Twitter account this morning of his pregnant wife Sierra striking a pose on a beach in a bikini they're currently vacationing in the Turks in Keiko's the caption was simply number three this will be the couple's second child together their first daughter was born in April of twenty seventeen and Sierra has a son from a previous relationship with rapper future no due date has been announced by the way Sierra scheduled to perform at a Super Bowl concert Saturday
Ciara poses in a bikini to announce baby number three
"Ins on baby number three four number three and his pop star wife couples meta factor with more the big announcement Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson posted a picture on his Twitter account this morning of his pregnant wife Sierra striking a pose on a beach in a bikini they're currently vacationing in the Turks in Keiko's the caption was simply number three this will be the couple's second child together their first daughter was born in April of twenty seventeen and Sierra has a son from a previous relationship with rapper future no due date has been announced by the way Sierra scheduled to perform at a Super Bowl concert Saturday in
It's sizzling: Australia experiences hottest day on record
"Australia experienced its hottest day on record temperatures are expected to get even higher today the Australian bureau of meteorology so the average temperature across the country yesterday was a hundred and five degrees at the the old record of one oh four back in twenty thirteen port Augusta residents are plotting how they're beating the heat the hot spot I think it's kind of a locked awake so just have to get used to it but we just stay on the air conditioner alien Keiko dice women are some courses summer there high temperatures and strong winds also fanning bush fires around Australia on Wednesday temperatures soared to one hundred eighteen and that's Fahrenheit in Burnsville Queensland and one hundred sixteen and mentor that's in Western Australia and similar levels in southern and central Australia so
Peru’s Keiko Fujimori leaves prison after top court ruling
"News supporters are cheering as once powerful opposition leader and two time Peruvian presidential candidate Keiko Fujimori leaves the prison where she had been held well being investigated for alleged corruption Peru's constitutional tribunal approved her
Peru's Keiko Fujimori leaves prison after top court ruling
"An opposition leader in Peru Keiko Fujimori has been released from prison in Lima off more than a year in pre trial detention Mrs Fujimori once one of the country's most popular politicians was awaiting trial in a corruption case linked to the Brazilian construction giant depressed Peru's Constitutional Court ordered her released earlier in the week the daughter of the former president Alberto Fujimori she's tonight accepting illegal contributions from to rest for a presidential campaign eight years ago
Peru court orders release of opposition leader Keiko Fujimori
"Peru's Constitutional Court has ordered the release of the opposition leader Keiko **** mori after more than a year in pre trial detention Mrs for the more he is awaiting trial in a corruption case links to the Brazilian construction giant all depressed should not denies the allegations Candace pets ripples Keiko Fujimori is the eldest daughter of the former president Alberto Fujimori she came close to winning the presidency twice a party held a majority in Congress until it was dissolved by president Martine Vizcarra in a move he said would help route corruption supporters hope are released you later this week may give her time to campaign for the presidential election in July twenty twenty one but the head of the Constitutional Court said that freeing Mrs Fujimori was not an absolution from guilt
Kosher Giants Merge, Creating Possible Matzoh Monopoly
"<music> <music> ah from wonder i'm david brown and this is business worse daily on this tuesday august twentieth. The two biggest companies in the kosher food business are merging the tie up between giants keiko and manischewitz will mean the merged company will hold slightly more than fifty percents of america's twenty four billion dollar kosher market that could create a monopoly for an assesses like fell to fish in monson prompting a writer here at the daily news blog. The hustle to ask is a kosher monopoly kosher. Many shepardson keiko were icons in the jewish community both got their starts more than a century ago. The rabbi bear manischewitz founded his company in cincinnati in eighteen eighty eight to make macho the unleavened bread that jews eat during passover. The lithuanian-american rabbi was an innovator he took what had traditionally been around handmade bread and began making with machines and square both changes inches that kosher traditionalist at first resisted but his matsu caught on so too did manischewitz wine a cheap cloying drink that nonetheless this is standard at most passover sater's the company thrived over the years and expanded its offerings to include many other kosher foods from gal to fish to borscht it went public public in nineteen twenty three but was sold to a private equity firm in nineteen ninety manischewitz has changed hands many times since then and sold off pieces of it's kosher empire notably. It's manischewitz wine which the family sold in nineteen eighty seven keiko has both an equally storied history and an ever increasing share of the rapidly growing kosher market ho cost survivor eugene herzog who came to america in nineteen forty-eight began making kosher wine ten years later he drew on his family's family's ancestral winemaking tradition which began in the mid nineteenth century when the family supplied wine to the emperor franz joseph of the austro-hungarian empire like manischewitz cheviots the herzog's built their wine and food empire over the years the company now distributes about one hundred fifty different brands from soups tomato but it could never topple manischewitz position as the preeminent matsu maker it did however win the vast market for kosher grape juice which plays a significant role in orthodox doc families a few years ago manischewitz attempted to break keiko's monolithic hold on the great juice business by pairing with cheaper kosher certified version of welches grape grape juice but it didn't catch on terms of the agreement and manage shiva's motivation for selling were public at the time of production but business has become much more competitive over the years as now more than eight hundred thousand foods from hershey's chocolate to trader. Joe's tuna have have been certified as kosher with many more choices available manischewitz sales have been declining one question is whether kosher prices will increase under the merged company kosher food already costs more than non-kosher items but an expert quoted in the times says no keiko was a family business. He said sensitive sensitive to the market besides mana schevitz likely learned its lesson about overreaching long ago in nineteen ninety one hundred different management the company paid a one million in dollar penalty for manipulating the massive matsu market meeting kosher dairy on new york's lower east side leaders of manischewitz and two other companies notably not keiko had agreed to fix passover matsu prices. Surely that wasn't a step toward sacred seder from wondering this business wars daily. If you like our take his second give it a five star rating in a review on apple podcasts. It is the number one way other listeners buying this affects. I'm david brown back with you tomorrow.
'Brexit Anxiety' is bogus: here's why
"Four out of ten people report brexit has had an an impact directly on their mental health and one in ten of them say it's been a large impact Britain is suffering from brexit blues according to health experts and academics there are warnings that in response to the stories about a surge of brexit related related anxiety the ailing masses have been advised by mental health professionals and the media to direct their attention away from the whims of politics focus instead they urged on the aspects of your life. You can control like family sleep and exercise Dan Nager men is a researcher and philosophy at Lancaster University. His research focuses on the connection between the medicalisation of negative emotions and political agency he he told us that the whole brexit anxiety thing was bogus from the get-go. There was actually very little evidence to support these claims about an increase in the number of people seeking mental health care a lot of these articles referred back to health blogs which were written by that they were really saying that their existing patients wanted to talk more about brexit which makes perfect sense right because that was the thing of that day and it's still is really and the reported consequences of not following professional advice you could spiral into serious mental disorder dig dug up evidence to support the idea that the Brits were having their legitimate feelings of anxiety about the future of their country D._C.. Legitimized being advised with goop like sincerity to search inside themselves for calm. He found one such video on Youtube. The whole video started with this man he was a remainder describing how upset he was over Brexit exit and how he had gotten into these arguments with people how ascension health to realize that I can't do too much about it is really what it is for me to just accept to go who offers and scrape Jacques Keiko on his diet. He wasn't really about the world. It wasn't about Brexit. It was about him so the problem is us. No need to take to the streets right. I asked what his advice would be to sufferers offers of the brexit blues to frame it in kind of a British say my advice to people would be to not keep calm and carry on with their lives but to really could be the emotional about political issues and to find ways of acting their emotions with other people
Demi Moore, Keiko And Emma discussed on Lori and Julia
"Oh, yes. I have Demi Moore getting all goofy. And the reason I say that is because Demi Moore watched on as her ex husband, Bruce, Willis, renewed his vows with his wife. Emma after ten years of marriage and Turks and Keiko's one big happy blended
Gauging the Amazon Effect on New York and Virginia
"The Amazon effect is set to hit Long Island city in Queens, New York and crystal city and northern Virginia the locations, the company has chosen to split its second headquarters between and real estate firms are preparing for a real estate boom joining us now in our studio is Wall Street Journal reporter Keiko Morris Keiko, the Wall Street Journal has reported before the official announcement from Amazon that there was already speculative buying in some of those twenty finalists cities now that the winners have been chosen. What are you hearing from real estate firms in Long Island city and crystal city, you're hearing that there's a lot more inquiries people positioning themselves to basically get a lot of information very quickly. So they can act on it. This is regarding more of the commercial real estate offices, retail hotel, and so forth. But there's also a whole lot a happening. My colleague, Josh barb anelle wrote about this on the residential, siding and condo. Oh by and that's you're seeing that people go into contract, and and trying to close a lot faster. In fact, he had a story about the flurry of purchasing condos. I think over four days there was one hundred fifty condos went into contract or they had deals on. But in terms of the commercial side, you are seeing a lot of folks they're getting texts like if you're an owner of a property. Well, actually after each report that Amazon was homing in on these two places real estate brokers owners were getting texts from folks inquiries about their property. What are you going to do with it? And so clearly there's a lot of interest there and brokers also got text from folks who are outside of the industry typically saying I'd like to place money in Long Island city. So I'm glad you separated out office space versus residential because of big complaint from people who aren't happy about Amazon. Coming to where they live is thoughts about rising rent prices or the affordability of continuing to live in Long Island city or crystal city, for example, what can you tell us about the vacancy rate for office space, and then the residential concerns that people are expressing in terms of office vacancies both of these places. Crystal city and Long Island city had significant vacancy rates, you know, they were up there. Eighteen percent. That's that's fairly significant for different reasons. But Long Island city has been trying to accelerate its commercial development kind of catch up with a lot of the residential development. That happens over the last more than a decade, and I would say even for decades, the city has tried to boost commercial development and business growth in this area. And they've been making strides, but it's still coming along taking its time. And then crystal city was hit by some of the government drawing back and realize. -ment of certain services, and that's a sector where a lot of government agencies were were tenants and so- crystal city was in the midst also of this transition in trying to I guess redevelop and reposition itself as a place sort of modern, you know, with retail housing try to make it more vibrant, so Amazon coming along certainly exceleron for both of these places in transition will accelerate that process, I believe for the commercial side, and certainly for housing and residential definitely kick up demand in that area. But Keiko what does that mean for pricing? So obviously, the existing owners and investors and folks who are looking to get in are hoping that Amazon coming and the influx of other businesses that they're likely to bring will help boost.
Amazon HQ2 Search Sparks Real-Estate Speculation
"The list of twenty finalists for Amazon's. Second headquarters include cities like New York in Los Angeles as well as Denver Pittsburgh in Nashville where Amazon h. q. two lands, no matter not for real estate investors, at least they are already hard at work, raising funds to invest in real estate near the winning site wherever that may be. So they can immediately pounce after the winner is announced to here to talk about how the search for Amazon. Second headquarters has certainly brought some excitement into the real estate world is the Wall Street Journal's Keiko Morris, joining us in the podcast studio, welcome. Thank you. The prospect of an Amazon city really has real estate investors scurrying to wherever this new Amazon headquarters ends up first off, what kinds of moves are we seeing being made, you know, how are they jumping in on this in a way that they feel puts them ahead of the game. So it's not a a huge number of investors, but there are. Are some that are positioning themselves trying to get ready to either put together a fund so that they can pounce immediately. As soon as Amazon announced his what city they're going to. There are some who are buying shares in a real estate investment trust that owns property that's being pitched
Turks and Caicos authorities investigating murder of American tourist
"More mysterious death of an American tourist is rocking a popular resort on his upscale Caribbean island known for its white. Sandy beaches, Turks and Keiko's is a favorite spot for vacationers wanting to get away from it all but in the Royal Turks and Keiko's islands. Police force has launched murder investigate. Into the death of Marie Coon, LA the attorney from Long Island. New York was staying at the Club Med turksancacoes when she disappeared last Monday a day later, her body was found in some bushes near the resort Club Med tells ABC news it is cooperating closely with local authorities, adding the safety security and wellbeing of all our guests remains our highest priority. Kounellis family says the sixty two year old went back to school later in life to earn her law degree and spent over fifteen years as a public defender, providing legal assistance to those who could not afford. It percent tells ABC news. She was a loving, caring. Compassionate woman who brighten the day of everyone who knew her police, of course, are now asking anyone with any information to contact them. But keep in mind, the church and Keiko's this this place that used to be famous for low crime. When I was there a few years ago, a cab driver actually bragged to me, we don't have crime in the
"keiko" Discussed on Live Happy Now
"Welcome to episode one, six of live happy. Now. This is Paula Phelps today we're talking with Keiko again, author of no mistakes, a perfect workbook for imperfect artists. While you know Keiko is the actress from TV shows such as the Gilmore girls and thirteen reasons why her new book explores her tick side and it invites you to do the same. Let's listen as she talks with live happy executive editor, Donna Stokes were huge fans of your work here. Live happy and excited to pick your brain about creativity. I'm just wondering what inspired you to start this project and how long has it been in the works? Well, this book has been in the works for about two years now. And originally it was going to be an adult coloring book. So it actually it started with the artwork I draw and I was talking about it on the Gilmore guys podcast and someone who worked at church. Pair greeted heard heard about that and through the podcast, actually we, we're talking about what what it could possibly be. And then this book that's more workbook does have some coloring elements into it, but it's definitely more of a a journaling workbook type of endeavor, be sort of grew out of our conversations about what this book could be, and that was, and my rough draft was turning about a year ago. So this whole. So now coming to the end of it just launching on seventh. That's interesting that you say it started out as a coloring book because I love your artwork in it, and my instinct was to get out my colored pencils. And this start lowering in your your art. One is your personal definition of creativity. I guess it's the Greek question because for me the way I approach it, I think that we're all creative people. So I do think that some people decide to make a profession out of it. Maybe they focused on one aspect of their creativity that they like, and they want to make money at it. But you know whether that's someone or not, I think we're all creative people. And so the exciting thing for me about approaching this book is I would love for people who may be don't exercise that side of themselves as often as they like to pick up this book in. Have an end to use it as a as an easy gentle way to access that side of yourself that I that I believe everyone has in them. So that's that's the way I look at creativity. And a lot of times it's, you know, it's a softer voice, but if we if we take the time to to pay attention and listen to it then and give a chance to grow, it could be very wild, wacky strong, a loud voice, which is what I'm hoping for. What's most adults get wrong about creativity and how do we get back to more of a freer mind more of that loud, crazy wacky mind. Yeah, I think that, oh, I know one thing is that and I fall into this too, is that we sort of equate the cynicism with intelligence, you know, when people are very hard or very critical, we go, that person must know. They must be very smart, and we look down on people who are who love things, or just open or generous with their praise or obsessive about things. And somehow that naievety we associate, you know where we say that's naive or that that person doesn't know enough to be critical and not. I would love to change because I love to change it in myself to of of of holding negatively almost to a higher standard than appreciation. So that can change than that. I think that's a great step in the right direction. The title of the book is. Oh, mistakes. What is your no mistakes philosophy? Well, I think originally from improv which I'm obsessed with, and so an improv when something happens. Wh- what we say is there's no mistakes. You know anything that happens in an improbably because nothing is planned is sort of a great opportunity and so you jump on it almost and it, it's when something goes wrong or somebody slips up, then everyone gets excited and kind of focuses on that miss quote, unquote mistake in order to to make it sometimes the most enjoyable part of the show. And so what I wanted to do is to find a way to look at what I perceived imperfections myself in a different way with that same kind of joy almost of discovery, where does this lead? Because if if I'm so focused on being perfect all the time or or some other person's idea, what perfect is, then I'm shaving off all the sides of myself. That might be interesting or might actually. Lead to a unique voice and myself. So I thought, well, if I feel that way about myself, maybe other people can feel that way about them so to that's that really came across well in the book. And I think, oh good, the readers will definitely have fun with the exercises. How do you feel? Can listeners apply no mistakes to their lives, touched on it. You know a little bit there and moving away from perfectionism and not, and resisting that urge to smooth out our ragged edges. Yeah, I, I love the idea of just journaling and also to if you go through like little exercise that I have in the book of of putting your creativity out in the world in a real way because a lot of time, sometimes we think things to herself. We have these conversations with ourselves and we're like, oh, I could never say that allowed, or I never put that down on paper, but what's fun is to to start putting down in paper, you. Have it be in a physical form and let it exist for a little while and say, well, that is weird. What's weird about it, but what's interesting about it? What do I find what makes me giggle when I look at it, what am I curious about that thing? And to almost like you're following maybe a pass in the Woodland's. They're just kinda keep following by getting see where it leads. 'cause it's probably gonna lead you somewhere unexpected. And that's where your creative voices I think, or your, you know your the way you express your creativity is
"keiko" Discussed on Your Last Meal With Rachel Belle
"And when I've interviewed mindful eating experts in the past, what they say is that you really need to pay attention and focus on the food. You shouldn't watch TV when you eat. You shouldn't listen to a podcast. They don't even read the back of the cereal box. You should just really be enjoying your meal and focusing on the flavors that will make the meal more satisfying to you. But Keiko has one vice that gets in the way of pure mindful eating. First of all, I consume like an ordinate amount of television. I love television, but now I'm in the in the habit of always I wanna watch something on TV, but I also wanna watch something that has to do something with food so that it's sort of entices my. Appetite while I'm eating, what are your favorite shows? I will say and not an expert in a lot of that. I'm an expert in this certain genre, television, and it is this the reality television, cooking competition, show genre. I have watched every single show that is in that genre. I love it. So when you say you're an expert, that means you're an expert at watching the shows? Yes. I'm an expert. In consuming the media that is that drama. I've never, I'm really doing someone who was so good at what. That's so great here. Yeah, yeah, and I am. And that was Keiko again as last meal. Check out her new book. It's called no mistakes a workbook for in 'perfect artists. This is a book for artists of all sorts from musicians, two actors to visual artists for people in all stages of their career. People who are trying to make art their career. And Keiko says that artists go through a lot of psychological blocks thinking that you're not good enough coming up with excuses for why you can't produce art. So it's actively book with coloring and writing prompts that will inspire you to grow and be more creative. The good part of my brain that has all the good smart healing, wonderful, gentle thoughts that part wrote this book addressed to the other part of my brain that is very, very critical and hard on myself and has to be encouraged to come out of its hiding place when it's feeling shutdown. Thanks to heat Hobart and Ligaya Maloney's for their Hawaiian food history knowledge. Thanks to Brian Lewis from. Spam. Technically, he works for Mel, but he is most certainly or mouse fan man. This show was produced by Aaron Mason and me, Aaron Mason. Welcome back from the desert. You were in burning man, GIS at burning man. Bat, grammar is important. And so in the past, you told me that you really love eating pickles out in the desert because they're so cool and Crispin and just like hydrating. What were some of the best things this year? Because it's, if can you explain to people who'd understand you have to bring everything with you, bring absolutely everything with you. You're out there in the desert. You're up all night. He work all day and you just want things that are going to be easy, salty. So you can retain your water that you drink. And there happened to be a lot of camps that go where their whole gift because it's a, it's a giving Konami, their whole gift is food. So there's a place like midnight Patine where every midnight you can go in these French Canadians are whipping up like some of the. Vest Boutin you've ever had, but the the secret weapon is a Cup noodle. Oh, it's one step. You just stick some hot water in it, let it sit and that's not anything I would ever eat at home, but out there, it's like everyone's food. Number one, I think spam would actually work perfectly burning man would be excellent. Salmon, your company at all. That's great. We'll Cup noodle spam. I'm telling you and your change in the game rage. Well, I got this from Hormel spam man, that's not true, but whatever. Well, we're happy to have you back..
"keiko" Discussed on Your Last Meal With Rachel Belle
"I think that there is a stigma attached to spam in some communities. So I grew up in the suburbs in the bay area. I never ate spam. I never had spamming anyone's house. I never saw anyone else eating spam. I always kind of thought of it. I don't even know how to describe it. I didn't look down on it, but I thought it is like a joke for some reason like it just seemed like a joke food in almost an art piece. There's something very, what's his name, the pop artists, the Andy Warhol? Yeah, there's something very Andy Warhol about the can of spam. But as an adult, I discovered spam the soobee which is basically like spam sushi they take a piece of span. They kind of based it with some delicious sauce. They put it on a little nub of rice, and then they tied together with a strip of Nori. I am a fan of spam now because of that dish and in Hawaii spam is. Everywhere. Even at McDonald's for breakfast, you can get a plate of rice fried span scrambled eggs at McDonald's. And Brian says, spam sandwiches were what we're really popular back in the day and they're still popular. Now, he says, spamming, eggs are popular, but I tend to like the more Asian cuisine oriented uses of spam like spam fried rice. As I mentioned span of soobee in, I'm pretty sure that there is some spam hot dish going on because Minnesota is the home of spam. I don't know. I don't know how familiar you are with Austin, Minnesota spam, Tony, as it's been called for a long time. We actually opened up a a brand new spin museum right down on main street in Austin. I can tell you that we've actually had a spam wedding at the spam museum. Last year. We had a gentleman who had legally changed his name to include the words. I love spam in the middle, and as I am not kidding. And so when they approached us about. Us utilizing the the museum as a wedding site. We said, if anybody it should be this person. Okay, so I need details. How did the spam integrate itself into this wedding? Well, we head ourselves a spin minister, so someone that officiated the wedding, we had spam polls to where we had different dishes of spam that were served. They incorporated into their clothing and their attire. Yes, that was a spam. Tie worn by the groom, flowers themselves of the bouquet were made out of labels from the cans. All hammer. Did he happen to meet a women who's just as obsessed with Spanish ES he happened to meet a woman and it was actually her idea, and she was the one that came to us and said, I'd like to surprise my husband with the idea of coming to the museum, having our wedding there. And then as a part of it from an honeymoon perspective, we actually sent them out to a Wath who who e for an annual event that happens out there that is called spam jam and this. Festival is a one day festival that happens right on the streets of Waikiki where they celebrate all things span. All right. So that concludes the spam portion of this episode of your last meal. Let's get back to Keiko. Keiko says that she is trying to be more mindful about eating.
"keiko" Discussed on Your Last Meal With Rachel Belle
"So I had to talk to Keiko about the show just a little bit. Something that I just read that I didn't know about was that you are twenty seven years old. When the show started you were playing a sixteen year old. Did you have to tap raise. That's so yeah. Something about your beautiful young books, but also like, how did you tap into being a teen again, when you were a full on adult? I know. Well, you know, the funny thing, I think it's always easier to play younger if we can look the part because we've already had that experience. So we know what it's like to be a teenager. We know what it's like to be frustrated with your parents because they don't understand your see, see the person that you are trying to establish that independent. To be honest, I kind of was going through that anyway, still at twenty six, but but I think it's easier to to play someone younger than it is maybe to play someone older than you where you haven't had those experiences and you just kind of have to sort of imagine what that might be like in food was a big part of the show, which I love to someone loves food. Brewery just eating constantly eating junk food. Yeah. And then your character who grew up with this mom who wanted to cook super healthy foods that you are not into and you were going over to Laura lion Royce house to to indulge in their junk food. Did you have any of that in your life with their foods that you would eat at your friend's houses that your parents let you eat? What was it like for you growing up? What were you eating at your house and what were you trying to escape. Well, I'll be honest, my food history growing up with my family was a fast food based. I would say we, we grew up kind of McDonald's Taco Bell. Birthdays were always Pizza Hut. I think at home we had a hamburger helper. Lot. A staple of ours was a tuna and rice. So you cook a pot of rice and you have to fish and you put it in there with soya sauces. That's weird. But we ate a lot of that. I really the bulletin and rice. I will say look because, oh, my mom's gonna hate this, but answering honestly, but our oven didn't work so we never used our oven. So that's interesting though that you're kind of living the Laura library food dream. I always wanted to Donald. Did you love eating that way? Or were you kind of like, oh, I could use a salad mom. As a kid, you don't think about it, or at least I didn't think about it so much as a kid. I think as an adult I went, how am I still alive? So maybe my eating habits now are probably a little bit of a rebellion against the food that I grew up with. Then it's possible that is possible. Like I mentioned Keiko grew up in Hawaii, so she ate a lot of plate lunch, which is basically the Hawaiian version of the American South meeting three. It consists of an entree, something like chicken, Katsu Kalou, poor cobby ribs, garlic shrimp, and then you get two scoops of rice and a scoop of Maxell ID. And these are perfect little domes of carbs delivered to the plate from an ice cream scoop. Oh, I dream about that. MAC solid. Yeah, it was so much mail. It's basically mostly mayo ball would like you so much mail and love it like the Korean fast food or like zippy's. Why do I. About food, but yeah. Wyant Hawaiian dishes for sure. All that growing up spam. Oh, I love spam me. His name, but you know, like spam. Now I had a lot of that growing up too. So let's talk about your last meal. What would you choose to eat if you had one meal left? Well, I know what it would be and it does include spam. I would have rice that MAC salad. I talked about have crispy spam on it. I would have a. You know what?.
"keiko" Discussed on Forever35
"Anywhere anywhere, but it is for sale now. Definitely check it out and Kenya. Where else can people find you if they want to. Volley went social media or et cetera? Well, on social media, I'm everywhere at my name because it's a little unusual Keiko Agana and a couple of things I'll plug is the first is a show that I'm on and it launches on who on September fourteenth. So watch that. It's going to be all the first season is going to be on Hulu at one time and then called the first. Yes. Because it's a little bit into the future. It's about the first manned mission to Mars. So just tiny bit Sifi about thirteen years into the future. Let's roll. I nostri not believe it. Yeah. So I, I love him and I would really love for us to have a glorious season two. So so people need to watch for that to happen and then dirty John something I'm working on right now, and I just started a little bit of a role on better call Saul. So that's just started to air. So that's so there was. That's amazing. Yeah, that's amazing. Dirty John, the TV show based on the podcasts. Yes, with Connie Britton com. I love and I don't have any scenes with her. Sure. Jean smart is also in house like only I was at the table read and I, I was like she had in this the first episode. She has like three lines you guys. She just like pulled in the room in in three lines. I mean, It it just just like like. I loved you and smart. She just like. Seoul, just so I don't know. She's so cool feeling of get to like getting to work with your. Idols. Let's I, I love it. Amazing. All right. Well, thank thank you so much. You know what, actually your intention last week seems like it could have come out of Keiko's book, feeling proud June. I did do it a bunch of days, but I also they're retired, like fruits. I say fruit instead of fuck when I'm around my kids. So I've gotten used to saying fruit. Now you can see that on this podcast. Just I just realized. Oh my gosh. You know, being a mama thing, I found myself having a hard time coming up with stuff. I felt proud of which was a real thing. Interesting thing to observe like there is a thing every day I can be proud of. I say that one can be proud of, right? Like reframing our days and our existences and stuff that we're proud of really challenging really hard. So it's been good. I'm still still working on it. My friend is still leading the practice in our gratitude group and I'm still trying to participate when I can. That's great. Yeah, it's really. I really enjoy having to like go through my day because I feel like I had the gratitude thing down. Right? I can be like, no, yeah. I know what I was grateful for like this, this and this. But what I was proud of. That's a little bit harder. Yeah. How about you? Dorie you are. We're going to keep it moving no matter what the results of your pregnancy tests word. Yeah. Well, as revealed earlier in the episode I found out last week that I'm pregnant and actually. Chorus of recording this pocket. My doctor called through down the microphone. This like ran out of there is it our post me says, I'm an idiot. And I'm still pregnant. Do you have any self care practices that you're practicing while you're going through those? I mean, it's really what I mentioned at the beginning of a soda is really just like living in the moment of like today, I'm still pregnant. I'm sorry to go on a tangent. I just like watching you get up and react to your doctors that is stressful to know that at any moment your doctors call with more news or there's always stuff going on. Yeah, and that's, that's just a lot. That's a lot to deal with. It is a lot. But yeah, I'm just trying to kind of like really take day by day and your Broadway dancing. I'm yeah, I mean, I was away so I went right before we went to wing camp, and then I just got back last night so I haven't been, but I am planning on going tomorrow night..
"keiko" Discussed on Before the Millions
"So with the urine Turks and Keiko's, whether you're in Germany or Japan or you're in Jamaica, it doesn't matter because you can get your work done and still have fun though. Again, if this is your first time, welcome to the show, and we're going to talk all things. I've thought as we're gonna talk about how you can start creating these income streams so that you can go on and do the things that you truly love. Currently, I'm speaking to guys from the u. You a e? I'm in Dubai right now, and I love coming to the by the way is one of my favorite places in the world just because I have so much fun every single time I come out here and although I came to do by with the intent of working on the business and in the business, at least forty to fifty percent of the time I got here and I decided not to, and that's because I have the ability to do that and many of you guys out there are either have the ability are looking for the Billy to do that. And that's why we congregate on the show every single week math. Today's guests, his name is Chris Voss and he doesn't have the background of a typical guests. He's not a real estate investor. I guess you would say the lifestyle entrepreneur, but he's a master negotiator in actuality. And when I say master negotiator, I'm not just talking about business deals and negotiating with family and one on one small little negotiations. I'm talking about a master negotiator, so he's been very many international crisis, high-stakes negotiations who's actually the lead international kidnapping. Megotiating for the FBI the Federal Bureau of investigation. He's also a member of the joint terrorist New York taskforce and he's been on many high profile cases. He's negotiated the surrender of hostages. He's negotiated with Bank robbers before, and then Chris decided to take his skills to south beach Nelson. Actually, he decided to take his skills to Harvard Law School, and now he focuses on business associations. I mean, all the skills that he learned at the FBI had in the Goshi eight with terrorists had negotiate with Bank robbers had negotiate when trying to get criminals to release a hostage, all of those skills. He took that and he applied to business. And today we want apply some of those negotiation skills to real estate to real estate investing per se. I mean, you may be in the middle of negotiation with a cell right now. Things may not be going well. You may not know how to speak to the seller. You may not know what the outcome of this situation to be. I mean, yeah, you may know that you're looking for certain terms and celebrate. Meet those terms, then you're going to move onto the next deal. But how do you know what to compromise? How do you know if you should compromise? Maybe you should look for a win win situation. We're gonna talk about all of that on today show. Not only that, but we're gonna talk about Christmas, Jeremy. I mentioned a little bit of it, but we're really going to get into his journey and talk about the inception of his entrepreneurial path why Chris decided to become a cop. So if you're ready to learn how to negotiate in.
"keiko" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Seven one on jas, with, lex. Don McLean thank you for. Being here The weekend is upon us, E-e-eh. Baby very excited for this Okay let's not let's not waste any time. We are at the finale I want to go, to Thailand we are Final rejection. Keiko shut The championship round of the Of America's new quiz sensation the tackiest. And. Strangest true false questions. Ever we are tied up the ladies are battling it out. For a trip to Thailand We are. Tied so whoever gets this let me lay down the ground rules for Thailand whoever gets, this one right we'll win that trip now. Here. Are the rules unlike. The other rounds where you can just casually say your answer However says. The answer first owns that answer okay and the other person must Oh gosh heap the remaining answer, true or false you must however wait. Until I complete the question and say true or. False to make it fair you can't come in the, middle of the question like I, did last I I will say, the question I will say true or? False and then you can, come, in are we clear on the rules. Ladies. I don't want any fighting Don I need to hear confirmation from you as. Well, legally the lawyers are right. Here. Fine. Okay For all. The. Marbles For all the pad Thai False I'll say it again of the question to be, clear the owner of the company that makes Seguin's died after accidentally driving his sick way off a cliff true or false false Alexis is locked in a true dawn is locked in at false The guy that. Ended invented the segway died after driving his. Segue off a cliff we always go with Alexis for alphabetical reasons Alexis is locked in a true Is she Yes Castle Yeah I knew that he had an accident on. By, wow Two.
Ivanka Trump fashion brand shutting down
"Live from, NPR news in Washington. I'm Shay Stevens President Trump's pick. For the, next avenue of Georgia has won a Republican runoff election secretary of state Brian Kemp says, he's grateful for the support always believed it could be done and we made it happen tonight we're not done yet can't meet Lieutenant governor Casey Keiko who had the backing of Georgia's outgoing governor. Nathan, deal who cannot seek reelection because of term limits can't, full-face Democrats Stacey Abrams in November Abrahams seeks to become the nation's first black woman governor President Trump is set to me, with the European, Commission president Jean-Claude Yonker Wednesday amid, concerns about his trade. Policies Trump says he'll propose that the US, and European nations drop all tariffs barriers and subsidies on, Tuesday the president tweeted that trade partners must either negotiate a fair deal or pay tariffs the US and its European. Allies are at odds over US tariffs on. Imported steel and threats to include off Automobile production. As well President Trump's daughter is is shutting down her fashion brand WNYC's Andrea Bernstein has details Ivanka Trump's been licensing her. Name lines of clothing shoes and handbags targeted to young women for almost ten years like her father, Ivanka Trump did. Not divest from her brand prompting a series of ethical questions during the transition, her company sent out a release. About a bracelets you. More going sixty minutes. Interview with her father just last week she promoted the hiring of American workers while her own products are made abroad at first, her father's campaign seemed, to give her brand of boost in sales jumped during two thousand sixteen but after he took office retailers including, Nordstrom Hudson's bay stop. Selling her products her companies president. Informed eighteen, New York based employees it would be shutting down Trump said in a statement her quote, focus for the foreseeable future will be in Washington for NPR news I'm Andrea Bernstein in New York Greece's prime minister has declared three days of national mourning for the victims of the country's worst Wildfires in over a decade from Rathenow Joanna kakissis reports that the death toll has risen to at least seventy four planes fly low. Over the village of Mati east of Athens dropping water Yanni sought finance walks. Through his burned, out home near the village he'd heard about the. Fires while away on vacation and rushed home a friend was staying. In his house if European as soon as my friends saw the flames she. Grabbed her. Dogs and ran out or if I know says adding a good thing because look what happened, residents of this seaside village have been evacuated, to nearby hotels hundreds of homes. Have burned, to the ground the road is lined. With Sudi hulks of scorched cars rescue workers are searching, homes and, cars for victims who may have gotten trapped in the fire for. NPR news I'm Joanna kakissis in ruffina. Greece on Wall Street stocks closed mixed lower on the NASDAQ you're listening to NPR news Mandatory evacuation orders are. In effect at Yosemite national park is fire crews tried to contain growing forest fire a park spokesman says at least a thousand campground and hotel reservations will be cancelled Scott get him insist, the valley. The heart, of the visitor experience at the park will be closed. Beginning at noon on Wednesday the so-called Ferguson fire has burned nearly. Thirty eight thousand acres and is twenty. Six percent, contain pop singer Demi Lovato has been hospitalized, for an apparent overdose in Los Angeles, NPR's Justin Richmond says, that the twenty five year old singer has had. A history of substance abuse it's not clear what Demi Lovato. Took but her aunt posted on Facebook that. The singer is awake and responsive Levada had problems with. Drugs since she was seventeen here she's on YouTube talking about her struggles I used a bunch of coke and. I popped a few zanex bars Demi Levato venture became, clean and, celebrated five years sober. Earlier this year but in June she released a song. Called sober Involve the lyrics include. The line I'm. Not so burning Justin Richmond NPR news an Ecuadorian immigrant attain while. Delivering pizza is. Now out of jail Pablo via Vincennes CEO was taken into, custody at an army installation in. Brooklyn and then detained in New Jersey the thirty five year old husband and father of. US citizens was facing deportation last month another judge now says the of incensio must be allowed to remain in the US. To pursue his application for legal residency I'm..
Will Stormy Daniels's divorce impact her case against Trump?
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Tinseltown, Justin Bieber and Twitter discussed on Toby and Chilli
"Showbiz buzz your headlines from tinseltown you needs knows you start this tuesday morning playing the part of chile amar christine mcintyre what do we have we thought it would just rumors yesterday or or could have been but justin bieber has confirmed his engagement to haley baldwin he writes on instagram he has committed to spending his life getting to know her tells haley he his quote completely and fully yours and i will always puts you first all the fields but on another now get this sorry at a grand day and justin bieber have the same managers as some people are saying that her engagement and justin's engagement arranged by him arianna shut that rumor down though saying on twitter that she ingest in her human beings you love and have lives you remember arianna s and l's davidson got engaged last month after less than a month of dating khloe kardashian says she stopped breastfeeding or three month old daughter true thompson she tweeted she had to quick because it wasn't working for body she said she did everything she could hired a lactation specialist try different stuff but it hasn't helped but hey in my humble opinion if you do it if you can't if you can't be the best mom you can be physically and mentally my opinion taylor swift spent the end of this last week taken a tour break on the beach with their bef joe alwyn in turks and keiko says she should be extra arrested in glowing tonight at fedex field and tomorrow night toby you're going to be there so you'll have to report back and say if she was glowing coffee yeah there's going to be a pain even going to be able to go to sleep we'll see and that's it on the show biz.
Trump, Kim Jong and President discussed on BBC World Service
"Brussels later today to discuss preparations for the alliance's summit next month they're expected to focus on the perceived threat from a resurgent russia and on reinforcing nato's defence capabilities in poland and the baltic countries are defense correspondent jonathan marcus reports from brussels much discussion at this meeting we'll be on measures to rapidly reinforce the nato forward battlegroups deployed and potent and the three baltic republics the hope is that the nato summit in just over a month's time an ambitious plan will be unveiled intended to deploy up to thirty mechanized battalions thirty air force squadrons and thirty warships within thirty days of the outbreak of any crisis iraqi police at least sixteen people have been killed in an explosion near a shia mosque in these saada city district of baghdad many more were injured and interior ministry spokesman said the mosque had been used as an illegal arms cache and the blast occurred when the weapons were transferred to a nearby car he blamed terrorist aggression and said an investigation had been launched world news from the bbc the foreign minister of singapore vivian balakrishnan is in pyongyang for talks with north korean officials ahead of next week's historic summit between president trump and kim jong on the meeting between the us and north korean leaders is to be held on the singaporean island of centers the peruvian congress has suspended three legislators including kenji fujimori over corruption allegations following a petition by a rival party led by mister fujimori assistant keiko kenji fujimori.
"keiko" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville
"I will say this about both secretary kemp and lieutenant governor keiko secretary kemp has unfortunately built a very strong record of voter suppression and yes he and i have leave conflicted a number of times and i think i'm i'm very well i'm not i don't think i know i'm very proud of our record of beating a forcing him to restore the cancel registrations of thousands of compelling his office to do the right thing when it comes to voter registration but also i think it's a challenging conversation to have both with secretary camp and with lieutenant governor cable because rather than focusing on how we move the state forward they have both focus unfortunately on this quiet or form of bigotry of how they want to harm communities and hold us back i will correct one thing that the commercial played about the deportation bus was actually another republican candidate who lost but casey cadle unfortunately has echoed those sentiments of treating those immigrant communities as less than in the state of georgia of heart trying to harm the lgbtq community in georgia but i'm running a positive campaign where we talk about what we can accomplish together and that's the reason i ran the new georgia project it's the reason actually i wrote the minority leader book because i want us to understand that those who are on the sidelines those who find their voices muted or find their voices actually silenced have power and there is no more profound power in a democracy and the power to vote and so my mission both as a candidate and the writer is to talk to folks about how we own that power how we have the opportunity to really take control of our government back because we have so many opportunities not only in georgia but nationwide and i know that in the state of georgia if we invest in our voters and if we lift up our values we can win what we've seen happen in the last few election cycles unfortunately was disproportionate investment in trying to convince republicans to vote democratic what we are focused on as a people powered campaign where we own the franchise and where we say if we value our voters for willing to go to every corner of the state and talk to every single person we can actually win elections without having to cater to these right wing harshly conservative policies.
"keiko" Discussed on Stacey's Pop Culture Parlour
"Have have you you jaffa cakes give us won't booth exactly thanks so he's a quick account even get one more this is the worst so rosalie do you eat your jaffa cakes our normal person keiko no because if you haven't some decor and put my i'm the talk of my mouth full because that's that's wrong so i've i finished enough to take on i don't know why i'm holding my hand i tend to eat it how long ago on people which hates the eight eight rain when the edge and then eat the splendor of the bomb and the night truck off the top and then i eat the orange jalen rich just ahead sock ac for a second complete agreement as nonsense might fish on more fun russia of with year is called divorce i'm this putting out there okay okay speaking culture memento com we should both aged toner we now have nine listens and all the hearing is usually in now warm leaned some mindlessness o'clock one more hour to who you've got so you've got davis to their while dave sticking out tb looked to be confused with he oh yeah i'm really spell it's a it's it's all an act podcast swollen that podcast hello and our ninety eight spike are conversely the initials i think it's just payton but i don't know this this everywhere donald sunday but then it but then he's got five elsewhere yeah on what that means i'm scared to prissy because i don't know if it will take us to the website and then the all star broadcasting through most bakers and then people.
"keiko" Discussed on Alice @97.3
"Why lottery reasons i don't want to bitch about it but it was it was a crazy weekend if you're a super rich and you wanna own prince's caribbean estate on and keiko's it is going up for auction it's one hundred thousand square foot home on what looks like five acres here just as overhead that i'm looking at and i don't have the color picture in front of me maybe you can pull it up it has a purple driveway because of course it does it looks like it has a little beach chalet a main house that's just honking tennis courts all kinds of little side areas i it's it's exactly what you think a caribbean estate has its own like reef and beach and it's just looks amazing so it's six bedrooms a guest house to private beaches two hundred foot dock tennis court you can visit the property and bring an inspector but you have to deposit a one hundred thousand dollars if you were going to be a part of this auction so you only serious bidders need apply no starting bid for it they are asking bidders to assess the value of the property themselves the values ultimately determined by the market with unique property like prince's turks and keiko estate we anticipate significant interest in multiple bidders look at that water that is spectacular.
"keiko" Discussed on PRI's The World
"You maury also leave office under a cloud of corruption allegations yes so that was in the year two thousand he actually resigned by fax while on a state visit to japan he'd been president for ten years and oversold rampant corruption kleptocracy really he was also thawra tarian which kinski is definitely a democrats fujimori had shouted congress oversold death squads nothing that is being suggested this this time around but the other precedents which perhaps even more relevant his two more immediate predecessors or yum tamala who is comedy in pretrial detention accused of taking illicit campaign funding from odebrecht and then at a hundred later who was the president who took power off the fujimori and he's now fighting extradition from california he's accused taking twenty million dollars in kickbacks from the brecht now i know kinski defeated fujimori's daughter keiko at the polls in two thousand sixteen to get elected president what's keiko fujimori doing now as all of this happens well political polity puckett a full has the majority in congress and cinci very narrowly lost to khachigian scape popular full says really been doing everything to make life a nightmare a gin skate she has been talking about how we have to get rid of corrupt leaders but the fact is that whole political career and her to campaign ron largely been on the legacy of a father who many peruvians recall does most corrupt presidents in modern peruvian history and she herself we now know for seed one point two million dollars in illicit campaign funding from odebrecht for twenty eleven campaign so although most peruvians have ready no sympathy for kinski now yet she has an eighty two percent disapproval rating the notion the keiko fujimori is the one to be accusing him a lot of people might cool that the kettle calling the pop black correspondent simeon tangle in lima thanks in thank you just ahead to journalists one real and one fictional trying to come to terms with terror attacks in paris you're with the world.
"keiko" Discussed on PRI's The World
"So the allegation was the he was corrupt all these were bribes of some sold to give contracts for public construction projects to odebrecht so keiko fujimori the daughter has been trying to oust could shinsegi that impeachment vote last week which was widely expected to succeed failed at the last moment why because keiko's brother kenji worked against her he went behind the scenes and got ten representatives to switch their votes and this is where it gets really interesting because last night just a couple of days after that impeachment vote failed president could shinsegi part and fujimori the former president so people are calling this a quidproquo the brother kenji got the vote to fail so the father would be pardoned it's kinda from a little bit like a greek tragedy or something like that with the fujimori family right now that simeon tangle again amid all this drama he says keep this in mind i think the bigger background just to mention is the democracy here is ready french all it's only been seventy years since fujimori himself was some ousted and democracy returned so a lot of public institutions here a pretty weak when you look at the approval ratings for congress political parties the president's and keiko fujimori ourself they will have very low rates things so i think proven democracies in something of a crisis right now and it's really hard to see how wall who might be able to restore confidence in democratic institutions here and i didn't even tell you the part about how one of the doctors in charge of deciding whether alburto fujimori sick enough for medical pardon might have lied but for that we'll have to wait for next christmas here are some wise words for the holiday season drink in moderation no need though to report in moderation about drinking so here are two stories about alcohol the first one is about manage schevitz that's a brand of sweet kosher wind that you often find and jewish homes during passover and other holidays and in some by the and in some other perhaps unexpected places to re.