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"kleiman" Discussed on The Digiday Podcast

The Digiday Podcast

05:56 min | 4 months ago

"kleiman" Discussed on The Digiday Podcast

"Something is being in touch relevant staying in touch show. That was kind of like okay. We need to create an outlet for katie. Because he wants to speak so much but we also know as a business. We need to control this. Under what our company is what we're building like. Why give all this. Someone else. Were building boardroom. But we gotta make fit for him. He's our captain that would mean out of office. It was like as we grow. Can't do amount. i'm not i'm not. You know dave portnoy gary v in that like i'm not going to be the face of my brand and that's not a bad thing. I don't know if i had the skill set. The two of them have to do that. But i did think that there was like a natural comfort that i have in speaking to people of any walk of life in any field that i've always held my hat on even before i quote unquote felt like i was made like in these parts So i felt like i needed outlet and i also am in this really confused state still of where digital video lies in the whole like landscape of this very hard to understand where in what works so the podcast format allowed us to use this as a pillar and build ancillaries around it. And then have these two very cool buckets of content under the border brand. What are the challenges. You've run into on the digital video front. 'cause like i think the first time we ever talked was when it was back in the thirty five media days and y'all were working with youtube and i think at that point you just announced some program with youtube where you were going to bring other. Nba athletes and maybe other athletes in general onto youtube. The youtube relationship was amazing. I mean that was one of those things where we gotten to silicon valley. We were starting fresh building. A business kevin did not want to hit the ground..

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"kleiman" Discussed on The Digiday Podcast

The Digiday Podcast

05:06 min | 4 months ago

"kleiman" Discussed on The Digiday Podcast

"Of the ditch day. Podcast kelly barbara senior reporter at digital hitter. Sensini media editor tim. You had the interview this week and you spoke with rich climbing the co founder thirty five ventures which is a holding company that he founded with. Nba's kevin durant and that has both immediate arm which is called the boardroom. As well as an investment division amend look a charity foundation at associated with it as well but the boardroom is interesting because that started out If i understand correctly as a show on espn plus that has since been spun out into its own kind of property. Did he get into like the process of how they made that happen. Yeah he even tells kind of the conception story of the boardroom which involves a brunch party during nba all star weekend in two thousand eighteen and pat riley and all kinds of teas. Leave it at that because we heat tells the full story in an interview. It's really entertaining A lot of big. I think he named ups. Jimmy ivine as well so it's a good one but yeah so they started out. You know this as n. Espn plus show. But they wanted to do more with it than just a show on. Espn plus and so they have you know since spun up a standalone websites They're doing podcast. Durant has his own podcast. Rich has his own podcast Then they also have a newsletter bow..

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"kleiman" Discussed on CATS Roundtable

CATS Roundtable

04:20 min | 8 months ago

"kleiman" Discussed on CATS Roundtable

"We expect the prosecution to rest at some point next week and it will be the turn of the defense and the defense is looking john for one juror. It's all they want is one juror To have a hung jury in which case they could force a plea bargain rather than the second trial And the prosecution we all know need twelve jurors to say they have proved their case beyond a reasonable doubt. So next week At this time we may have a different opinion or we may not it will depend on what types of witnesses the expert witnesses that the defense may call but boy. Oh boy it would be hard to be any better than the prosecution's experts who were really phenomenal. I if this is a prosecution very solid case. So i do not envy the defense lawyer eric nelson for his task. Because he's doing his job as he should and we. We have another minute or two like we said. We were both born for benson and i was a bill clinton democrat. I think you were to and and his good friend called clavo went Omni air yesterday and said that he felt that. The democrats are overdoing this This police situation where we're handcuffing. Police how do you. How do you feel well as you know. I have rather front row seat to this discussion Because i think that most of your listeners do know that my husband is bill..

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President Biden rolls out new actions on climate change

Mornings on the Mall with Brian Wilson

00:32 sec | 10 months ago

President Biden rolls out new actions on climate change

"Executive Order Does your for President Biden will focus on climate change. The actions were designed to win the nation from fossil fuels, reduce carbon emissions and clean up communities. Blinded by pollution. President Biden expected to impose a moratorium on all new federal oil and gas leasing, which oil industry groups are slamming US job killing, the president inspected the pledge to protect 30% of public lands and waters by the end of the decade. Kleiman envoy John Kerry has said the administration will treat the crisis as the emergency. It is

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"kleiman" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

05:13 min | 1 year ago

"kleiman" Discussed on KCRW

"If there's something that you really love that sounds good and easy to you and make a few batches and put them in jars. I meddle in band case Italy's Evan Kleiman is here with some D I y holiday gift ideas. That's tomorrow at noon on press play on KCRW. Okay? Yeah. Yeah. You're trying to dance the What did you drink, young baby? You'd ahead in that on the dance floor getting going. Stretch yourself. That's what kills. You could take my touch. No money, You could build it right?.

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"kleiman" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM

Liberty Talk FM

07:42 min | 1 year ago

"kleiman" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM

"I have predicted that the national that will be I'm guessing forty trillion dollars I'm willing to say over thirty trillion dollars at the end of eight years presuming you know I don't know what I don't know how things are going to go whether trump gets reelected or not I wouldn't click here to speculate we are now at twenty six trillion and Kleiman fast right now the the debt went up greatly during this covert thing and now people are talking about extra spending that's going to help people based on you know whatever their economic status is whatever the situation is spending is sky high debt is going up how important is this okay I think it's hugely important market does he you'll be surprised to maybe not pleased to know that mark edge and the International Monetary Fund a great are out of the IMF was that not by the end of eight years of a trump attachment by the end of this year they are forecasting that the debt to GDP ratio in the United States will be a hundred and thirty one percent no a hundred thirty one percent debt relative to the size of our economy this is this is massive I mean just a year ago two thousand nineteen it was it was still bad but a hundred and nine percent of all of this of course is economic contraction but a lot of it's this explosive we're right we're saying that really has little to do with the crisis a whole bunch and a lot of it's a bad idea anyway but this is going to be a drag on our economy for for years to come if not a crisis so there I mean so in so it is a big problem now Milton Friedman said something to the effect that at least one quote I heard one time was basically like that Schmidt you know who cares it's not that big of a deal can you tell me the context of that quote or if he's just wrong well it depends on the level of the debt was about your overall economy looks like you had of course Milton Friedman has been with us for more than a decade and you just talked about how those numbers exploded since that up but you don't you when you think about that as a portion of the economy if the economy is growing stronger it's easier for the government when you're getting up to a hundred and thirty one percent of GDP that's how awful lot to pay backwards off a lot of growth well the economy was strong before this code crisis I don't expect an immediate bounce back afterwards I think I'd be really hard to grow at a rate that will trivial this is what I think is scary is how the government might deal with it I mean we're looking at World War two levels of debt relief the size of our economy ed after World War two what we saw was a financial oppression in order to help manage the interest on where the fed and the treasury coordinates that soak up some of the government bonds but also where they put regulations and that basically encourage or force private parties to more government debt in order to help keep the interest rates that we could see them doing stuff like that I don't think we'll see the type of inflation that would make it go away I think to some extent governments of learn a little bit of their lesson about inflation in the post war years also just the way modern death is handled so much is indexed to inflation makes it a lot harder to simply inflated away the way they did in the past right I mean in order to they told people to buy war bonds and then that was a loan to the United States government they don't do that anymore I've never I haven't seen an ad for bonds and in years and years and years and it's because of the Dick decoupling of the dollar from gold and silver they don't need us to get lend them money but it also changes the whole landscape making this completely unprecedented we've this is these are unprecedented levels of debt in so much as the monetary system has changed dramatically since nineteen forty five and so we really can't say what this is going to do it can't but I I got this here's my prediction it ain't good I would be there that any good I mean the the options right when when that gets big like either they have to drastically cut spending drastically raise taxes but honestly you know eventually you're squeezing Iraq you're trying to get a lot out of it if you raise tax levels J. even higher rates they don't get as much revenue as economic activity contracts I don't think you're gonna see to be able to pay this off with tax increases are you know you hope that you can put in good deregulatory policies some of which the current administration was doing prior to this crisis our help the economy grow faster which grows your tax base that helps pad off but honestly the political will from any party yet that either party I don't think she's constraining spending as one of their goals I think that talk a little bit I think they'll just spend more money this seems like a problem with human nature so the Keynesian economic theory and Richard Nixon is quoted you know back in nineteen seventy seventy or something like that as having said we're all Keynesians now meaning I think that we're all Keynesians because the government is Keynesian now in there that's the economic policy they're following however they're not I mean I don't want to you know I don't wanna Bessemer chilled Maynard and his theory it because you know the United States government is even following that the theory is is that in times of plenty the government contracts it's spending and pulls back and pays debt and does all these things in times of want the government spends and spends and spends now I can make all the arguments in the world against the spending aspect of it but let's leave that on the table for us second and just go for the the contracting part they don't do it they don't see the economy as ever being good enough to pay their debts they're always expecting they think that the spending thing can always work and it just doesn't work that way yeah prior to getting okay so first of all I'm not a canes yet now I'm sure you're not in America I'm a poly and what thank god you're the one what happened was the what they call the old fiscal religion kind of a government balancing its budget over over time went away with changing economic opened up the politicians who say that they want to implement changes and you're absolutely right they don't lower spending when times are good the best way to manage your macro economy anyway but that doesn't make the political incentive never allowed to do that the political insiders tell those in office now to spend now because it's popular check the payments down the road as much as you can because you know you're not going to be the one who suffers the causeway and that's the type of reckless behavior we speak out of both parties as a matter of big government pushed a government Obama big Spender trump bond girl all guilty of a more matter which interest groups get handouts rather than what the total spending do you have a solution for us I mean I you know as as outlandish as it seems that the I states government is gonna listen to you or I get a solution well in terms of the current situation stop spending and trying to stimulate you can't stimulate economy that you ordered shut down instead get your Jack boot off our throats and allow people to go about normal economic activity open up things in this country that'll get your on account started forward it doesn't solve the debt problem that's been done but at least allow us to start recovering although Kobe it's still here and people are still going to have contracted economic activity even without coverage that's not.

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"kleiman" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

03:19 min | 1 year ago

"kleiman" Discussed on KCRW

"This crisis I'm Evan Kleiman and this is good food is it summer yet because it certainly is starting to feel like it Gillian Ferguson is at the Santa Monica farmers market to tell us what's on the tables this June weekend this is Gillian Ferguson with the market reports I am happy to be standing at the Santa Monica farmers market this week with chef Susan Panicker of border grill fame who along with Mary sue Milliken her longtime chef partner has just re opened the doors of their still quite new restaurants so kalo on twentieth street in Santa Monica Susan it's great to see you here thank you it's great to be out it's great to be out at the market I bet I bet so even though that so below has been closed I know that you and Mary sue do not sit still for very long so tell us what you guys have been up to you and your staff at the restaurants well it's been you know it's been interesting the first couple weeks it sort of felt like I'm working a little bit from Haldeman I've never spent this much time in the evenings or at home in my whole adult life so that's been a very interesting twist but you know we've had border grill downtown open the kitchen has been opened there for the last eight weeks we've been feeding ask three thousand meals a week to clinicians at around twenty four different clinics we've been feeding around twenty five hundred meals to homeless and we're adding on another three thousand meals for the homeless as starting this week and we also started this week beating three meals a day to seniors awesome and this is you just a few days into re opening so kalo at this point in time you're here at the market I know that you have been a supporter of plant based cuisine for a really really long time what kind of veggies are you serving right now it's so close for the re opening so were you know like and for example on our so kalo street well you know it's summer squashes right now obviously different kale and chard rainbow chard that's in there peas that are going to be in there carrots tomatoes we do a salsa Verde in that ball with that I'll have sent that that gets you know pureed with a little bit of cilantro Basil in time but the has sent as a main flavor so that's so global is really Yummy tell us about the flavor of a house on time oh my god it's my most favorite I have it in my backyard I got a plant from I actually our executive chef of border grill downtown and sell kalo di Giovanni he gave me a plant like fifteen years ago that was literally about six inches big and now it is like eight feet tall and had a spread everywhere in our backyard but it sees huge leaves that sort of have the flavor of licorice or then all it's just the most wonderful flavor and then how does the us on to make it into the ball so we make a salsa Verde from the has sent the leaves we just puree those with extra virgin olive oil maybe a little bit of parsley or cilantro not a lot of other herbs because you want that flavor of the Hassan.

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"kleiman" Discussed on The Crossover NBA Show with Chris Mannix

The Crossover NBA Show with Chris Mannix

02:20 min | 1 year ago

"kleiman" Discussed on The Crossover NBA Show with Chris Mannix

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"kleiman" Discussed on The Crossover NBA Show with Chris Mannix

The Crossover NBA Show with Chris Mannix

04:56 min | 1 year ago

"kleiman" Discussed on The Crossover NBA Show with Chris Mannix

"I really thought about I was like what was really doing a lot of things before other people were doing it and really didn't ever get recognized for that whether it was good or bad. You know advocating for himself and and doing things on social media even member if you remember that whole like kind of Like well documented moment. He had on social media. That was like a get as happens every day. Now so But that's I think the team was really good. I personally don't know if that was like because who was arrested teammate. While he's Irby Act that ended up being Now I wasn't wasn't a good team at that point. It's just. They were so young that you look through them are so young and so if you have two guys that are that good that you can. There's no guarantees. You could have a front office. Screw it up and not get the right guys around him. But if you have those two pieces in place and you get that third guy like you mentioned Kevin Russell James like if you could find your James with that group and they were could have been as good as anybody they were just so good and like. I don't know like Steph. Kinda you know. I don't know if going home in both situations in New Jersey like He. He blossomed individually in New Jersey. But they didn't make the playoffs when he was there and then and then everything in New York was just a mess from start to finish that. I you looking back on hindsight. It's easy to do now. It was probably one of the worst things for him as a player to to go back into into that environment. Yup No you're right Phoenix. He Phoenix I mean. Yeah you're right I mean in Phoenix. They had hit a monster team. They'll think about that. I was knows the same team national that it was just young. Yeah but yeah you're right. I mean ultimately like individually. He definitely had tremendous success team. Wise there were glimpses in New Jersey. Everyone was hurt when he was playing. But yeah I mean he never really had the team's success to be had there so you know ultimately I think that's probably the biggest question about whether if he if. I wonder I never even asked him that. I had a deep conversation with him about six weeks ago. Eight weeks ago about all the different stops along the way and didn't even really go back to ask if he regretted everything in a soda but I doubt it because you know. I do think that it's not focused on enough. How much quality of life is important for these guys you know? And if you're just it's no different than it would be for you or not if you weren't comfortable in particular job I mean in particular city where our job was. Just probably wouldn't WANNA be there no matter how much money your success we could have you know so. I don't know but you're right. That is one of those teams that they'll probably an incredible thirty thirty on one day. Yeah look I never begrudged player movement because all of us have done it just to your point like I moved from Boston to New York because there was opportunity and I thought as a twenty something. I'd have more fun living in New York City. I can't I'll never fault another twenty-something from having the same idea or even thirtysomethings for wanting a change of scenery in their life. I do wonder the rich the start berry sneakers. Why did the STAR BERRY SNEAKERS FAIL? Do you have any theories on all that because in theory it was a good idea like a fifteen dollar sneaker from player at that point it was oh six. Oh seven when he was at the peak of his individual power if you will or playing really good basketball but they never it just never caught on in the way I thought it might catch on. Yeah I mean it will. It did catch job. I think it's just it's I mean. Think about it. I mean just you're going against these billion dollar businesses that are selling sues and completely different price point And it also a lot of ways. I think basketball sneakers or something. That was a bit aspiration you know that needed to maintain this aspirational type Kind of sentiment to it and you know I think ultimately while it was the gesture was incredible and I think kids really did embrace it and it makes all the sense in the world just think it was a really tough business to sustain yourself in When you're just going up against companies the size of Nike Adidas things like that. Yeah I gave them a try back. Then was this a Stephen Berry's right down the street from the SL office in New York and I picked up a couple of pairs added to rich. I appreciate a man always good to catch up with you. I hope I hope Kevin's doing well. I know one of the first guys in the NBA to test positive for corona virus. I hope he's he's holding up these days create that he is. I will tell them that. You send your regards and You know he was fortunate that he was.

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"kleiman" Discussed on The Crossover NBA Show with Chris Mannix

The Crossover NBA Show with Chris Mannix

03:56 min | 1 year ago

"kleiman" Discussed on The Crossover NBA Show with Chris Mannix

"Done it our way. And we've created things that are true inauthentic to us and there's a different approach. We take different things and obviously Kevin Lebron's or different just period But in terms of them being the first one to always dip their toe in the water Whether it was via free agency and and having to make an announcement and whether it was received well or not received well always doing it and not being afraid to do it. I think that he's opened up so many doors But I think we we. We are cognizant of that Ori also know that we have to do things our way so You know it's kind of like it's been a gift to be able to see it and then there's a part of us though that's still WanNa make sure that we glaze our own trails as well. You mentioned that it when it comes to to thirty five ventures in the business side of it there are some projects. Kevin is excited about some that? You know maybe not one thing one project seems. He's pretty excited about. Is this documentary on Stefan Marberry Year also executive producer of the dock? And you know I I heard of this. I was honestly surprised that hadn't been done yet. I mean this. It's such it's such fertile ground Stefan Marberry his upbringing from coney island up the ranks to the NBA. All the the ups and downs. He had there. Can you just take me into kind of the process of getting involved with Marbury? Why this idea appeal to? Yeah Yeah and just quickly. There's nothing he's he's not excited about. It's that if he's not excited. We just don't do right because I need to feel his by. I agree with you like growing up in New York Stephon Marbury was a Superhero. And through everything he went through. If you were a real hoop van in New York City. You felt for him. You didn't want to see what was happening with him. And Larry Brown and see what was happening with him. Post Knicks career. And then when you saw him in China you felt this incredible feeling of excitement and satisfaction. Even if you didn't know him and then being inside the world of basketball you felt like the story almost had been told because you saw the Marc Spears that a cool thing on him in China once And then I always kept up with him and I spoke to him every so often through the years but when the movie was brought to us they had made the DACA ready and it was time now to bring it to the world and when they showed it to us I was like Steph. I'M BARBARA DOT COM in before. Szott just in my mind. When I watched it I watched it with about ten people from my office. Most of them under thirty with really no understanding of who he was maybe outside of just his name a little bit and it was incredible and the way. Kuti and she K- brought this to life was so Was just so special that I didn't know what Kevin this kind of feeling relationship was with Stefan. I knew he would WANNA do. I felt pretty confident. He'd want to do it when I called them. And talk to them about than sent them the dock to hear just the connection that he felt to him the respect you have from his a player How even some of the interviews that he had listened to through the years had really connected with him once. We both were as excited as I was. When I first watched it. It was like we were just chomping at the bit to get close to this story. And B's big part of it and help out as much as we can and it's been so cool to see the basketball community as well as just people in general responsiveness and just give him his due and give him his positive Kind of respect that he deserves because he made mistakes maybe he says and some are just what growing up in all of us go through. He had to do.

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"kleiman" Discussed on The Crossover NBA Show with Chris Mannix

The Crossover NBA Show with Chris Mannix

10:52 min | 1 year ago

"kleiman" Discussed on The Crossover NBA Show with Chris Mannix

"Was too young to get them to answer the phone line. Put me on the air. I would fax in my takes and then when I did call in it would be like God had not flexible. Take take you down and I printed it out and I faxed it into the studio because they would read it they would read the faxes like this was before like the text line was the thing they were read the fax over the air so I was just like that man. I mean it was. It was fun to to with Sports. Talk Radio. Let me ask you this though as a New Yorker were you a Francesa guy. No not really I was not a friend says the guy like I listened to Mike and the mad dog but they was in. I'm not one of those people that ever had like one guy actually have a friend. I've met later on in life. Who IS FANATICAL? Who's like has his net you know mark from Manhattan. One of those guys and says it's not twenty years and those guys will go to war for him I I never got. I mean I used to love how much you love ourselves and the giants I I got into that and then when I started a little older I realized that like It was almost like because then when parcells went to the cowboys it was like He. I couldn't get down with the fact that he was still so pro. Parcels that the whole thing just threw me off a bit but in general. I just was like I liked humor. Susan Waldman mature as she was like an awesome like nick. Ames after the KNICK game. She was great. I used to love Forgot the guy's name that was at night Are they still listen to this guy that had on the fan at night too but I mean I kind of listened to everything but I also was like avid. Espn had the ticker going would like wait. You know US crazy because like I used to. Everyone knows I love Mark Jackson. I used to like try to wait up to see the scores of his clippers games. After he was traded to the clippers and then I was just so obsessed with the I wanted to see anything going on with the late night games and obviously there was no package so you know like the bottom of the screen. They would have the scores. Come around and it didn't happen. Continuously it would update like every twenty minutes. I would just sit there and wait for those scores to come around so like anything. I could consume sports as a kid. I in Subic. So what's it like then for as somebody now pretty heavily involved in the NBA to kind of as a knicks fan growing up? I mean what's it been like to watch them the last twenty years Well I haven't watched as much the last twenty years. I keep up with them. But it's it's weird because it's like I watch I watch the Knicks as a kid. unhealthy amount. I mean I. It's when I talked to mark Jackson as a friend I catch up with him. I remind him of games like he'll ask me questions. Like what year was it when so and so it was on the team? That was your second year. Eighty eight Patino second. You're like I my my knowledge of what happened from like nineteen eighty. Six till about two thousand is unmatched. This represents a period in my life where it was I had I. I didn't have a wise bets on my obviously had no kids at that time. It was like the Knicks were my life And then in the second part of my life in the two thousand the till now I hold such a like a warm place in in my life for the Knicks. I love him. I love the franchise. I love the garden. I love The memories I have there but I just never got behind a particular team or player the way I did as a kid and I'm starting to think now the got older that that's actually what happens when you're a kid in your sports fan you just. Kinda grow out of that obsession period But you know I still root for him. I still watch them. I really like you know Steve. Mills was a friend of mine. I was would keep in touch him every so often and now I'm excited liens there But you know it just hasn't been the same like so. It's not like with the giants with football you know it's I think. Football fandom is different. It's like every year. It's like renewed excitement and kind of have this condensed like sixteen games and go after your team and almost feels like when you're a fan of your college but in the NBA. It's just it's just been different. It's just been different the last twenty years so as the Knicks man does the direction they're going now with Leeann rose and and certainly overhauled. They're attempting that. Does that excite you? Well it excites you. Because I like Leon. He's friend of mine and I'm excited for him and I think he'll do a great job. I would necessarily call. I don't know if it's an overhaul yet because it's kind of just been like an overhaul right like the last few years I think debt what Leon has now is is a great canvas of some good young talent Some space some potential for even more cap space Slough draft picks and. It's like he's getting this dream job. And then you're getting this incredible bit of ammunition to now activate your dream job so I'm excited to watch that as a fan of the business as well and a fan of sports basketball and then obviously I want him to succeed. And I want the Knicks to succeed and by the way the nets will succeed and having the Knicks me successful while the nets successful will be fought in the city you know. I think everyone would want that now. I completely agree with you. I mean I think it's not mutually exclusive where you have to have one of those franchises be successful and the other not. I think having I mean look. We're seeing it. Nah I mean the clippers and the Lakers. Both being elite teams makes basketball better. And I think it'd be the same thing. If the Knicks the nets can can can both beyond that that pretty high level. You mentioned your. Yeah you mentioned your relationship with Mark Jackson. Your Friendship Mark Jackson I mean. Do you think Mark Jackson Will Get another coaching job. I'm optimistic that he will I think that it's not a sure thing I think that for some odd reason I don't know what it is to be honest with you. Because he had a successful three years He had some things I guess said about him in the media post his time there and we're all now looking back at that you realize that while some things in the media are true and accurate. We've all been a bit descent the size to like what we hear and I think all of that stuff is Kinda gone away. I think the biggest thing that happened was dislike the being aligned of like not such great press coming out of the separation and then them winning the championship the next year and them winning seventy three games year after that whereas more emphasis should have been put on the job that he did play his part leading up to that. Now I do think that people like Bob Myers and the players Steve Kerr and even ownership. They did at times publicly. Like really make a point of saying that. Like mark big part in at the players too obvious especially But I don't know if it was just that like sentiment that went around the league because it feels like it was one of those things that were like. You'd become a rumor candidate and for whatever reason whether it was in New York or I think there was a few other cities his name was mentioned in. You always with kind of read. The description about him in summer would say like great leader. Players will run through a wall. Forum player knows the game but a lot of bags comes with it and it's like what baggage comes with. You know what I mean. Sometimes these things just kind of like get put out the atmosphere and it's just like a narrative that keeps going with the story so I do think that what he has benefited from is time and time has now think diminished a bit of that talk and he is like a candidate. That's mentioned quite a bit. And then you see within like the Social Media World. There's always a real Support for for him to be a candidate. So I'm hoping that All those kind of like elements will add up to him getting shot. He deserves one. He's a great coach. He's a great leader You know and then for me personally. It'd be fun to watch it and get another opportunity offered. Yeah I mean he is. I mean look you. Fifty three wind coach of a team. You would think that regardless of the circumstances there another opportunity would come up. It's just Iran. There's gotta be something there right that you know it's been six years since Golden State and you know unless something happens this summer off season that goes by without mark getting another job and I think he I know he's at peace with it and I know that There's a very good chance like you said this summer will come and go and he won't But you know listen I. I think that it's time and I've heard a bits of it and started to hear now that the warriors previous dynasty and they may start a new one again next year. But let's just say what it was for the last six seven years has ended I think there's an appreciation for the full body of work of what that run was and there's no way to not acknowledge that the foundation that was built he played a part in. So I think that hopefully that comes a bit more into the forefront than all the other kind of chatter narrative that comes with it And I think that ultimately it will and should And I think it you know for like everybody you kind of also take all the pluses and minuses from your previous experience and then you implement them your next one so I think you'll even do that much better in his next job to do it. Yeah Yeah we'll see what happens whenever whenever I guess. The off season actually starts rich. Because I I don't at this point. I don't know what that date they could actually look like with with the way. The calendars shaking. What's your sense in in your read from from your position about you know how the NBA should proceed with all this. They're clearly doing the right thing now with allowing the medical evidence to to dictate policy My understanding is that come. May I or in the weeks following? May I? You know they'll be a reevaluation of where they are just how logistically possible it is. I know they're considering Las Vegas as a potential site to hold the playoffs. But what what do you think of where the NBA is all this? And and I guess. How should they proceed?.

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01:32 min | 1 year ago

"kleiman" Discussed on KCRW

"I'm Evan Kleiman and you're listening to good food it's only been nine days since mayor Garcetti issued to stay at home emergency order followed quickly by governor Newsom and the dislocation of our lives is sinking in my colleagues in the hospitality industry continue to navigate an imaginable heartache and this week we lost a gem of a shaft to the virus Floyd card does the first marquee chef to prepare Indian food through a personal lens that included French and American technique and flavors is New York City restaurant tabla was groundbreaking keep his memory alive watch the season two episode of ugly delicious that focuses on Indian food he was my favorite part of the show this season I hear that many of you are having trouble focusing on previously pleasurable activities like reading fiction but a culinary project seems to a fault at the very least keeps her hands busy sifting through the requests I'm getting and watching all my feeds it's apparent that bread is top of mind right now no you can make your own bread and not go to the store is especially comforting specifically it's sour dough the royalty of Brad's that people seem enamored to wanna make it requires only bread water and time which we all have a lot more of now two months because it has been.

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"kleiman" Discussed on KCRW

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02:54 min | 1 year ago

"kleiman" Discussed on KCRW

"I'm Evan Kleiman and you're listening to good food so I've been thinking a lot about comfort and what that might look like or sound like right now usually when we talk about comfort on the show we're talking about brought the bowl of beans and yes we will go there today but for me comfort right now is knowing you are there the good food community with whom I socially distance every week through the magic of broadcasted audio what's happening to all of us is unprecedented difficulty in in constant flux I'm recording this on Wednesday as I always do to err on Saturday who knows what will happen in those few days in between a couple of weeks ago I had a conversation with journalist Kerins to be inner on whether or not a certain kind of restaurant is over it was just a polemic but now to call it uncertainty is an understatement how can an entire industry that's one of the largest employers in our county recover from this how do individuals who work in the business with no safety net survive the answer is that we don't know nobody does in the coming weeks will interview chefs and restaurateurs about what lies ahead but for now for them it's just all too raw into new AS one operator told me yesterday there are no good stories right now my heart aches for a community of restaurant folks and the farmers on whom we rely for so much more than bodily sustenance you know I've never shied away from sharing my personal story of restaurant closures and the debts that I still shoulder so for me watching the story unfold knowing the bottom line reality for my peers in the restaurant business it's well it's getting I know that like all of us here a good food you get part of your joy in life from participating in this community whether you're an either or chef or a home cook restaurants casual and fine coffee shops and bars have become artifact of piazza's places to hang out share food and drink and catch up with each other in close quarters that's gone for now but we are social animals who do not thrive in isolation so we will create new ways of expressing joy blowing off steam with our best these and yes even sharing all this around a table it's just that the tables and counters will be at home and the social reach to family and friends out of our physical space well we'd love for you to share how you figure that piece out all we can do is be there for small communities in whatever form were allowed and maybe figure out.

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11:45 min | 1 year ago

"kleiman" Discussed on KCRW

"I'm Evan Kleiman and you're listening to good food it is February twenty ninth leap here later in the show we'll hear about how to catch and cook frogs because well how else do you celebrate leap day a lot of people think they sound gross but I think they're pretty luxurious me and it makes it worth it because when you go out there is generally hot and you're in the marsh as alligators floating around the bugs are outrageous inside the bugs are intentionally trying to get inside of you but let's be real most of us are not out in the swamp hunting our own frogs if you eat meat in twenty twenty it's likely that you are grappling with some pretty big issues first is production capacity which can't possibly service what the demand will be by twenty fifty it's nearly maxed out now then there are the ecological issues of greenhouse gases and failing water sources just to name two and of course the animal welfare issues and yet test tube meat just seems well if he writer historian Ben were gassed turns his attention to the social political and philosophical issues surrounding cultured meat in his book meet planet it's such a pleasure to have you I mean this book that you've written meet planet is so dense with ideas to just think about and ponder it's so complicated and it's bizarre how it all is triggered by this idea of producing meat from a Petri dish describe what watching the reveal of the first Petri dish hamburger was like well I should say that for starters I was really sleepy who is living in Los Angeles and the M. the reveal was in London and I got up early in the morning to watch it via an internet feed and I felt a little bit like I was watching the future emerge through a scanner darkly I was sort of seeing it emerges I think thousands of other people around the world where and it was like an early twenty first century version of one of the world's fairs of the nineteenth century where things that are said to be the house of tomorrow the food of tomorrow the everything of tomorrow were unveiled and mark past the Dutch scientist whose lab created the first yes in vitro cell based burger unveiled it and panel of tasters heated tent talked about it's the sensory properties and it's very very weird to think about not the future of a flying car or the space shuttle road and a driverless car or something that we can see but to to to witness the future of food emerging when we can't eat it when we can't smell it when we can't he's tested as as you did the impossible burger on an episode of of good food you talk about seeing this introduction through the lens of quote the emergence metaphor could you explain the emergence metaphor is just my effort to grapple with what it's like for something to not be here yet and I should start but by just sharing with our our audience the fact that laboratory grown meat sometimes called cultured meat sometimes called clean or cultivated meat doesn't exist as of this conversation as a consumer product it may it may not my book is about the quest to create it and the possibility of it but it is unlike the various famous plant based meats that I think we've all heard a lot about in that it's still in its test phases it exists but in such small quantities that we probably couldn't fill the two recording booths were sitting at home with what's been made so far and in all of these technological interventions there is always an externality or quote unintended consequence and it's very hard to grasp what those externalities may be with this because of its philosophical messiness if I if I can try to speak to that a little bit V. nonprofit organization a group whose work I really love called new harvest once set up a number of their call T. flasks these plastic trays used to grow cells in media they took the number of them that mark past team and taken to make their the third two or three burger patties and they set them up on a table at a conference is a kind of object lesson and it was a mountain of plastic it looked like an architect's model of the city of the future all in plastic and that's one way to think about the externalities that you mention that they're all kinds of costs that the simple images of the future don't show us so if you were to take a say a plant based burger they're still plants to grow and things to process and things to extrude and as a result all kinds of environmental footprints to that burger they may not be as great as those of a conventional beef Patty certainly the releases from the company suggests that they're not but when we're talking about the nexus of food in tech there are always questions about what's trustworthy and how transparent companies can be given that one of the things they usually need to do is to build and protect intellectual property which means that there are lots of things I I wish I could tell you about the near future of lab grown meat that I just can't because of the necessary black boxing so you you write that the modern human condition is characterized by an inherent just harmony between our biology and our technology I just love the sentence so much so could you speak up into that and also where capital markets figure into this disharmony because it seems that a lot of these these new marvelous worlds of food that are being explored happen because there's all this capital that needs to find a home quote as I was wandering through this world which which the people in it call a space they cut the food space and I kept wondering if astronauts referred as spaces the space space I felt like people were trying to create internal frontiers so you go to the front here and you find resources there maybe oil may be other precious minerals and you take those in you you extract them and the front here provides you a place to invest capital in pursuit of more it's it's part of a growth picture of what capitalism does how capitalism works and that sentence that you picked out about how our technologies might not be in harmony with our our bodies our biology it's an interesting place to go because it's actually something that this biological anthropologist Richard Rankin said and that I I I took his data it wasn't sort of a thing I was trying to endorse myself but observing him say well he thinks that we're sort of we have these prehistoric mines and we have nukes and that's a dangerous combination and I found myself thinking well he's you know certainly he's right in a certain way many of our technologies in many of our ways of using technology don't have a ton to do with the actual biological need and there is a spectacular illustration of what you're to scribing at one conference that I went to in which a consulting firm had gathered what they would call in to the pun is intentional stakeholders from all areas of what they would call the protein space so people from big food companies from around the world and brought fifty of these people together into a room with a few oddball people like me and they said well we're gonna have incredible protein shortfalls by twenty forty would have fifty percent more aspirational meat consumption and we're gonna have because of climate change way less farmland and we already use seventy five percent of our available farmland for animal agriculture and a nutritionist stood up in the nutritionist who I think taught at the Columbia Mr Hendon said we did you consulted fashionista about this because we don't think there's going to be this tremendous protein shortfall that will require the development of new products I don't know what community of nutritious she was claiming to speak for but I thought that that that discrepancy between what she thought her needs would be what this world of of food experts thanks our needs might be and what these companies hope our needs will be because it gives them a place to develop products and and like you said to to park capital one thing that that I I thought was really interesting was this idea that you posed about whose culture is being be cultured that this work seems to be the province of the white Anglo European male yes so this is an old history in people thinking about the future of food I always want to give a shout out to Warren Belasco in his book meals to come the history of the future of food which is a spectacular book that I think everybody who's thinking about the topic should look at and it's partly the history of white guys planning the diet for a small planet for other people and it goes back to the seventeen ninety eight publication of my offices essay on the principle population which is the original bummer the original news that agricultural productivity tends to fall short of population growth and Matthews ians go back to this and they use it as a reason to limit population as a reason to plan for grim futures of food shortfalls and cornucopias people who believe in a future of abundance tend to argue against them and say well look we can improve agricultural productivity in all these ways and we've tended to there's a history of this and people have these intense ideological arguments that are often held within places like think tanks and governments and not necessarily with any kind of conversation with the broader world that they're trying to plan the feeding or starvation of and meet planet tries to secure that secure that a little bit and ask what kinds of conversations the world could have about what diet might be like without the dominance of that kind of expert culture thank.

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"kleiman" Discussed on KCRW

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04:36 min | 1 year ago

"kleiman" Discussed on KCRW

"I'm Evan Kleiman let's find out with market correspondent Gillian Ferguson picked up this week at the Santa Monica farmers market this is Gillian Ferguson with the market reports I'm at the Santa Monica farmers market today with one of the most familiar faces at the farmers market Linda mark and Linda you go by the name of the farmers market fairy tell us what exactly that means it means that I may go to the farmers market and pick things out for people and magically delivered to their house and actual very yes yes I do personal farmers market shopping it is your job to know what is in peak season every week here at the farmers market what are you shopping for this week everything and also peas and sugar snap peas who are you buying them from I'm buying I'm right now from tutti frutti and what are you looking for when you go to pick out a good P. well I like them to be on the fatter side most of my clients want them to be you know crunchy and fat and sweet dear clients tell you what they're doing with them once when you deliver the produce not all the time but sometimes for the most part it's pretty it's a I have a catering client who opens up the pods and displays them on that crew to table word and then I have other clients their families they have kids and there are a great snack so they can just pack them and their kids lunch or put him out after school and eat them raw and I imagine that you get to take home some of this great produce yourself to what do you do with the sugar snaps when you get home well I also make a crew to tank or I just eat them out of the bag or I will do you know a simple stir fries which is also barely cooking them right yeah they do seem to be better when you can retain that freshness yeah there's not really much you need to do to them so if you're making a critic Dave how are you gonna survive what do some with well I try to get other vegetables entering season and try to make it look pretty this time I had a party the other day and I did kind of a rainbow colored crew to taste so there were two main does Juan had some really amazing cherry tomatoes that my friends thought looked fake which I just saw that episode of curb your enthusiasm where everyone breaks their teeth on faith for it anyway and then some radishes wiser has a variety of colored radishes some broccolini some Persian cucumbers and then the sugar snap peas yeah I think spring in California is a wonderful time to do a crew to tape platter in terms of a deaf what do you sort of dipping these vegetables into well I'm a little trashy when it comes to death so I kind of make the same one all the time and it's not fancy it's just sour cream and I I don't do low fat sour cream and then and it's just a combination of dried onion granulated onion granulated garlic powder some mustard powder little dried dill and some dried chives and some salt and some salt yes this is the riff on the sour cream and onion dip that we all know and love yeah and you don't need to buy that packet of weird stuff you know and with the farmers market vegetables it's a delicious snack thanks Linda that was Linda marked the farmers market very she has the enviable job of shopping the farmers market every single week barber Wyman is the face of tutti frutti farm here at the Wednesday Santa Monica farmers market where Linda buys herpes Barbara is this the very beginning of the season it is it's our first week on inflation are third on snap peas all right so walk us through the difference between the two of course it regionally the sugar snap is a hybrid between an English and it's no P. because they wanted a peek if there was only the two to which you can eat the shell and have more P. in there rather than the flat one that this no P. wise said a hybrid the two together so you get a full P. but you can eat the shell with them where the English P. as the cars the old fashioned P. they have to take out of the shower and just eat the P. right and so are most people wanting to get the sugar snap peas for rob preparations are do you know if people are cooking them both you know both the more edible rod and that's a big question here well what can you eat right well there's no difference in neat and rather both edible raw the only difference is one has to be shelled and when you eat the whole thing right and I with the sugar snap pea doesn't get the name sugar from the shell is that the shell that sweet or is it the key this week the P. all the sugars in the P. in fact when you just take the P. out you really taste the sweetness when you eat it with the shale it does take away some of the sweetness that we are all the sugars in that P. okay and how did these grow.

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"kleiman" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

07:29 min | 1 year ago

"kleiman" Discussed on KCRW

"I'm having Kleiman and you're listening to good food in case you haven't heard beans are back as in Peter cool one might even call them sexy today we'll hear from two food writers who have big live for teen the goons but first we examine the often fraught relationship between fast food and urban communities when we go out and eat something it's not just about the quality of the food or our desire to eat something it's about a lot of emotions that are about familiarity about connection about authenticity about pride and in black America McDonald's has tried to signal all of those things even though fast food can never fully deliver on those promises recent America's complicated big food is complicated combine the two when you get a tangle of the good and the bad mixed into a powerful stew Marcia Chapman is a professor of history in African American studies at Georgetown University her work on the role that McDonald's has played in black America is equal parts fascinating and disturbing hi there hi when did McDonald's start reaching out to black America well the pivotal moment was after Martin Luther king's assassination in nineteen sixty eight and as a result of a number of urban uprisings businesses started to flee the inner city in even greater numbers and for a group of white franchise owners of McDonald's who are uncomfortable with doing businesses in predominately black areas they got the opportunity to leave those restaurants and in their place came African American franchise owners and soon this early group of franchise owners showed that they could successfully run McDonald's restaurants that they could grow the consumer base and McDonald's then began to really invest in the black consumer how did the expansion of the menu play out in terms of the corporations reaching out to black women black mothers and also the franchisees well part of the genius of McDonald's is that it is both rigid and its expectations for its franchise owners but it will be flexible when it understands a consumer market differently and so in my book I talk about the work of you point incorporated which was an African American lad consumer market research firm that try to help the fast food industry understand black pallets and so I talk about experimentation with the first fried chicken sandwich of product that didn't make it to market very long the onion rings and the make peace steak sandwich and all of these different products that were designed to cater to the taste preferences of African Americans and so they experimented with levels of spiciness certain foods that have a southern origin to see if black consumers would respond to them and what they also found in some of the early research is that African American women because of their many responsibilities at work and at home we're open to allowing their children to receive quick meals at McDonald's in order to help the family kind of move along and take care of their various needs it talked about the filet of fish and the focus group the fully office did not do well in the focus group of African American diners they would do these experiments where they would tell people to eat a product and then suggest you know who comes to mind and the flow fish sandwich was associated with floral Rangers Mary Tyler Moore Henry Kissinger and those were ways of saying that this was a decidedly uncool and not very good a fish sandwich very white every white it's so it's so funny there's there's so many just amazing moments that you that you look at really deeply in the back but one thing that I found really fascinating was during the bicentennial when founding fathers marketing was everywhere a group of franchisees came together to contribute a different view point to this celebration that would resonate with black customers talk about soul of a nation sold the nation was our partnership with some black franchise owners to produce a radio show in which Bill Cosby was the narrator and Ray Charles provided the music and it was profiles and African American history and so instead of the Betsy Ross and founding fathers that that a lot of people got in seventy six the focus on people like Benjamin Banneker and crispus Atticus and the great African American buffalo soldiers of the west and I was really fascinated with all of the history of femora that emerge from black franchise owners I remember as a kid enjoying the Martin Luther king video that the black franchise operators paid for in Chicago and listening to the songs that were sung about the civil rights movement and all sorts of products came out of black franchise owners understanding that they needed to speak the language of their consumer base and so in many ways I think that community was so helpful in normalizing and brutalizing the Martin Luther king holiday as something that corporations celebrate and something that was accessible in a time when the Martin Luther king holiday was still quite controversial how important ways this pool of black franchisees to the employment of black youth so one of the main areas of celebration for black franchise owners was their ability to provide jobs to young people we don't talk about this as much today as people did in the seventies but the black youth unemployment rate was in double digits in some cities upwards of fifty percent and so make Donald's franchise owners and predominate black communities would often promote and boast how many first Johnson how many entry level jobs that were available to you and from our perspective today we could say well this is sin a colon this is just another example of corporate entities Tooting their own horn but when we think about all of the racial discrimination that existed in the employment sector it was no small thing for these black franchise owners to actually provide of young people these types of jobs in which they could possibly advance possibly get some funding for college and although we know that the fast food sector provide some of the most unforgiving jobs if you think about nineteen seventy to nineteen seventy three some of these jobs were actually wonderful platforms for young people to enter the workforce so now let's move to the nineteen nineties when McDonald's was courting the black American customer and Calvin appeared yes the Calvin adds one of the great memories of my years it.

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National Archives removes exhibit that altered images of Women's March

"Photos from the twenty seventeen women's March are on display at the National Archives but they've been altered to leave out some controversial messages the exhibit is intended to mark the one hundredth anniversary of the nineteenth amendment and women's right to vote but a closer look at the images on display showing waves of crowds along Pennsylvania Avenue for the two thousand seventeen women's March you'll see the parts of the image have been blurred out the National Archives tells The Washington Post yes words on signs held by mergers referencing women's anatomy or criticizing president trump or blurred the reason archive spokeswoman Miriam Kleiman said in a statement quote as a non partisan non political federal agency we blurred references to the president's name on some posters so as not to engage in current political controversy a history professor at Purdue University wait in telling the post the decision shows it's okay to silence women's voices Melissa held

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"kleiman" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"kleiman" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"The storms and droughts of unbelief we fear stands a bookie turn all that the world holds dear. through the Russell sages remains the same does the book of god and the Bible is its name. there's a book that tells us of eternal life. after faithful service in a world of strife. and this glorious triumph over death's dark fears is the world's best gift in an age of countless tears. all the old books on the old face of the rock on which I stand. the old books and the old fleas are the bulwark of the land to Starman stress they stand the test in every Kleiman nation blessed the old book. and the grand Ole face. all the whole. every black. hello ladies and gentleman from the book of mark chapter one the message is. straight way. the first one in the book of mark states the beginning of the gospel of Jesus Christ the son of god. the word gospel means good news. all good news is not the gospel book the gospel is always good news. it is the best news a human being can hear any place in this.

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ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"kleiman" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Understand the world, we live in, as Bob mentioned, the other night, there's going to be blamed, there's going to be finger-pointing. And we understand that. And we, we accept that this is kind of what you sign up for when you get into coaching general management in the NBA, there's all kinds of coverage judgement criticism, and it's all part of it. So, so we accept that the main thing is are concerned for Kevin and these last couple of days. There's checking on him. Obviously everybody feels horrible for what happened. You know, we as mentioned the other the other night this last month. Month was a cumulative collaborative effort in his rehabilitation, and that collaboration included Kevin and his business partner, rich Kleiman, our medical staff of his own outside opinion. Second opinion doctor outside of our organization and Kevin checked all the boxes. And, and he was cleared to play a by everybody involved. Now. Would we go back and do it over again Cam? Right. But that's easy to say after the, the results when we gathered all the information our feeling was the worst thing that could happen would be reinjuring of the calf and, and that was that was the advice and the information that we had. And at that point, once Kevin was cleared to play. You know, he was comfortable with that we were comfortable with that. So the achilles came as a complete shock and. I don't know what else to, to add to that other than had we known that this was a possibility that this was even in the realm of possibility. There's no way we ever would have allowed Kevin to come back. We'll see if TD ever comes back to the warriors. He has a player option for next season. Meanwhile, the warriors have game six the raptors on Thursday..

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