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"la magazine" Discussed on Right Now with Stephen Kent

Right Now with Stephen Kent

03:46 min | Last month

"la magazine" Discussed on Right Now with Stephen Kent

"If not for this movement and i think that's the point. I think the writers the story would say. But that's the point. These things can't go unquestioned. These are systems where these things happen. Perpetually and they're encouraged to happen they're also people yes i think from the journalistic standpoint. The time sort of tells on themselves a little bit when you know they quote more saying music was a point of control for him. I think the use of the more grievance in this overall peace really has to do with them trying to make the case that he was manipulative. He was psychologically abusive. He was controlling to these women. And i think they see more. I think they're trying to communicate with that story. Even in the context of marriage a marriage you know purportedly where where somebody feels very deeply for their wife. It's not just a fling. Music was a point of control for him in that relationship to and that's the common throw them but i i I think as a journalist. I would be Uncomfortable with including smoke. That because to me it doesn't rise anywhere near the level of It's not a criminal allegation. It's really difficult to figure out. What spurned ex-spouses What actually went on a lot of them just have so much. They have so many grievances. I would really not want to wait into that territory. Yeah and they pretty much and the la times or la magazine points out. I think rightly that in many of the pieces of coverage after the times reported it They allude to emotional abuse throughout the marriage and they only ever cite one. Example was that ryan allegedly said. You're not a real musician because you don't play an instrument and this gets all the play over and over and over again and i say don't have good enough quote stimulus. I just think that's that's the thing that you rely on is the evidence that's just not good enough and it's not good enough to establish the pattern for destroying a person.

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"la magazine" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

05:02 min | 6 months ago

"la magazine" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"But President Biden is reportedly not waiting for anything to fail in Congress. As you put it in time, Families in Boulder are remembering loved ones killed in that grocery store shooting on Monday. The vice president. Hair is taking the lead on Managing the surge of migrants at the southern border, she says, says that she plans to meet with leaders from Mexico, El Salvador, Guatemala and Honduras to address the root causes of the challenging problem. One of the biggest and most expensive freeway reconstruction projects in Sacramento history. Scheduled to begin at the end of the month. Kate decays Nika McGahee's has more. The $433 million. Caltrans Construction project aims to widen highway 50 From what Avenue to the Interstate five interchange in downtown Sacramento. The state will construct a third freeway bridge between the two existing elevated sections of the freeway through downtown between W and extracts. Fixed 50 Highway enhancement Project Manager Jim Rogers explains the scope of the project. The project is widening the freeway in the median to add a H O V or carpool lane in each direction from the existing carpool lanes at Watt Avenue down to the Interstate five interchange, and it's also going to rehabilitate all of the pavement along that stretch between what can I five with new concrete pavement, and it's also going To add a sound wall in the Elmhurst and Tahoe Park area on the south side of the freeway, Caltrans Angela do, Prado's says the addition of two corporal lanes will create the longest tandem of carpool lanes in the region running from El Dorado hills into downtown. This will help reduce some congestion but also provide opportunities for carpooling. And hopefully reduced commute times for some motorists. Other features include a new intelligent transportation system elements like upgraded ramp meters and cameras and lowering the freeway about one FT for a mile through the East Sacramento area to make more room for taller freight trucks to pass under crossings to produce says Caltrans will do most lane closures at night and reopen lanes before the five a.m. commute Right now, the lane closures are going to be occurring at night. Typically from 10 p.m. t 04 a.m.. These closures won't The bank closes and also some connect around closures and ramp closures. So motor should be aware of those type of closures and they can always visit our website and quick. Max is a great tool because it has the latest up to date information would generally won't see any day. Working with the exception of the sound will work from Alhambra Boulevard to 55th Street to Prato as the reconstruction will provide multi mobile options for commuters and people living in the area for commuters and people who Just traveled for work into Sacramento. They're going to have a lot of options regarding light rail. Also, they're gonna have a carpool lane. It will reduce probably the number of vehicles we see on the road, which will help commuters and commute time. Rogers is also reminding drivers to be careful as construction will ramp up and drivers will see a lot more lane closures and workers on the roadways slow down and pay attention and our work zones. We are reducing the speed limit to 55 MPH in the work areas, so please keep Your eyes out for for the workers. Caltrans says it's a good time to start construction due to decreased traffic volume caused by the pandemic, reducing the number of drivers who are affected by the road. Work. Crews are currently preparing for the bridge work on highway 50, so motorists will be seeing some lane shifted over construction on the project starts next week. Nick and the girl his news 93.1. Kfbk and time now for traffic and weather together, and then we'll get some business too. But we started to keep Kate Traffic Center for day and a half of those who are working 10 minutes ago. We blow the whistle. Right? You might say thank you for the exuberance. Yes, downtown. The split Right now. It's gonna be eight minutes eastbound Camp City, and from there another eight minutes had to Roseville and Douglass Boulevard on 80. Downtown L Grove South Alive. 5 23 minutes. We have an accident, working and Florida or actually, before you get too florid, and that is causing a huge backup, and I think other people were trying to get around this slowdown on I five as well. But it is really, really jammed up and be a wild downtown l groves. How about 99 gonna be 16 minutes? I understand North about 99 47. They're supposed to have all lanes. Oh, but at this point, so that's some good news. But it's gonna take a while for that to clear out If you're going to fall some 20 minutes on the eastbound 50. That's what God 17 minutes downtown, a woodland north out five to Main Street, nine minutes to Davis and makes Boulevard on westbound 80 shop for groceries, saving the pump with Safeway redeem up to 20 cents off per gallon and gas reward points. Participating. Chevron and Texaco stations of the restrictions and exclusions apply for complete details going to say play dot com slash rewards Traffic on the tens, Every 10 minutes mornings and afternoons from the camp Trust kept trust Traffic center. Dana has news 93.1 kfbk. Thank you, Dana. You're okay. If he can't forecast now it'll be chilly tonight under mainly clear skies tonight Well, ceelo 42 to 46 breezy.

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"la magazine" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

08:53 min | 7 months ago

"la magazine" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"Secretary of State Blinken on Wednesday. Over the decades, these commitments have created new markets for our products, new allies to deter aggression and new partners to help me global challenges. We had a name for it. Enlightened self interest will be clear that real talk partnership means carrying burdens together everyone doing their part, not just us, and whenever we can, we will choose engagement where However, the rules for international security and the global economy or being written, America will be there and the interests of the American people will be front and center were always better off at the table. Not outside the room. You should expect nothing less from your government. Six. We will tackle the climate crisis and drive a green energy revolution. Maybe you live in California, where wildfires get worse every year. Or the Midwest, where farmland keeps flooding or the southeast, where communities have been destroyed by stronger and more frequent storms. The climate crisis is endangering all of us and costing us more. By the month. We can't fix it alone. United States produces 15% of the world's carbon pollution. That's a lot and we badly need to get that number down. Secretary of State Anthony Blinken yesterday you can listen to all of his comments. Mine, C span dot orc and now we take you to Capitol Hill for a hearing on office of management and budget nominees taking place before the Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee hears committee chair and Michigan Democrat Gary Peters. Today. We're considering the nominations of Mrs Shalonda Young to be the deputy director of the Office of Management and Budget, or O, N. B. And Mr Jason Miller to be on these deputy director for for management that certainly welcome both of you. And I know you have your family with you and look forward Tol heavy. You introduce them shortly. Want toe. First off, Congratulate you on your nominations and thank you for your willingness to serve our nation. In this these very critical roles. Our country is facing a historic public health and economic challenge. And over the past year, the Corona virus pandemic has taken more than 510,000 American lives. It is also devastated communities, families and businesses in Michigan as well as all across the our country. Just confirm. Not only will you both play a key role Shaping and implementing the American Rescue plan, a comprehensive relief package that will provide critical aid to Michiganders and Americans across the nation, but also developing President Bynes budget and policy agenda across to the government. In your respective roles you'll be responsible for evaluating and coordinating policy decisions. Toe help the country recover from the pandemic from getting vaccines and the arms of people is quickly and equitably as possible to re opening our schools and our economy swiftly and safely. You'll also have to help address the long term challenges that we face, including bolstering our nation's cyber security infrastructure, advancing science based public health workers safety and Environ. Mental protections as well. A strengthening our federal of workforce. You'll also be responsible for ensuring that federal agencies are addressing and prioritizing the needs of communities of color and other underserved and vulnerable populations. As part of a woman be leadership. It will be your duty to ensure that the federal government is working efficiently and in a transparent manner to deliver for the American people. I certainly believe that both of you bring that kind of experience and expertise and Dedication to public service that is needed to help steer the country through this unprecedented time. I expect Ownby will work closely with this committee as we take the difficulty or take on the difficult task ahead of us and I look forward to hearing about the serious challenges we're facing today and how we can work together to tackle them. So thank you both again for your willingness to serve and for being here with us today and without alternative route to ranking member apartment. Thank you. Chairman. Peter's glad to join you to hear your day and welcome to the witnesses before hearing from you. I've enjoyed our conversations We've had by telephone on. It's good to have you here in person in the Ford of having introduce your family members through with you. As you all know, I think this agency is is absolutely critical to our government and probably the least known but one of the most important agencies of government. Um it's office of management and budget, So the purview is Almost, uh, boundless management of every agency. Every department every program, Uh, not direct management, but the oversight of it, and that responsibility would fall on you is the two deputies. Should you be confirmed? And then, of course, the budget side incredibly important, But don't be also looks at every regulation won't be also, Um, uh, looks at every policy. Um, uh, it looks every statement. It comes out of the White House on has to Prove it. So it's a It's a huge responsibility, and I'm glad you're one to step up and take it on as deputy director of the office on then as the deputy for management, respectively. It's important that you both have a background and your respective roles, budgeting management, but also understanding of all those policy issues, regulations and actions that won't be reviews and coordinates across the agency's even more important to me is the ability to work with Folks within the administration, the agencies and with Congress and of Charon, Peter's just talked about the code 19 package. I hope you don't see a repeat of that, because that's not working with Congress. It's working with one side of Congress and both of you have backgrounds where you have worked on a bipartisan basis. Miss Young in particular on the Appropriations Committee tell you operate, and I've spoken to some of the Cardinals, you know who were previously in charge, who are Republicans who worked with you and Some who has ranking members worked with you, and they said You did work with him, and that's very important on Coburn. You know, five times five times. We've done that in the last year, and unfortunately, this latest time administration chose to go a different route. I think it's a mistake for the country. I certainly don't think it's a mistake for trying to build some bipartisanship. Going forward on other issues that own bill were very involved with, like infrastructure. So, uh, I hope you are going to be a voice within the administration to say. You're willing and able to work with both sides and find that middle ground and get things done on the crisis that we face covered 19. This is the top of the list, but it is spawned Other crises, including an epidemic crisis underneath the pandemic. With regard to substance abuse and overdose is we now believe we are in a year We're going to have the highest overdose death rate in the history of our country, which is such a heartbreaking reality because we were making good progress until the pandemic. We also know that our Children's education development Has been set back thanks to this crew in a virus pandemic, and that's that's a long term issue We've got to address. I spoke to some folks this week who tell me that, you know, they're educators that they believe the students that they're in charge of teaching and on developing have lost a year. That's a big deal. And, of course, the emotional scars to go along with that there's a mental health crisis in addition to the opioid and drug addiction crisis more generally so Higher suicide rates along with the record number of overdose deaths, so there's lots to do. Post covered. 19 is sort of notice of society back together. And finally, I will say I hope you will be willing to focus on fraud. And these programs that we have set up to me is unbelievable. We're not doing more took me to address the fraud in the unemployment current system as we up hundreds of billions of dollars of federal money and we find out that there are organized international in some cases. You know foreign criminal organizations that are taking advantage of hard earned taxpayer money to steal from our taxpayers and to fraudulently take federal funds. But it's true with a lot of these programs. We've heard regard to every one of these big programs that there is significant fraud. That will be something that we look forward to talking about today and getting you engage with. Should you be confirmed..

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"la magazine" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

07:49 min | 8 months ago

"la magazine" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"By 50 points that is a gain of another 4/10 of 1%. NASDAQ 100 Index Up two tents Dow industrials Up today by 69 That is a game of 2/10 of 1%. Tender down 4 30 seconds. 10 Year Yield 1.15% Gold Up $16 The outs up by 1% silver surging 2.7% and West Texas Intermediate crude up by 1% Today at 56 82 cannot ignore brand closing in on $60 a barrel. I'm Charlie Pellet. That is your Bloomberg business Flash? All right, Charlie. Thank you so much. The second question was the breed of dog. That is the face of the Cryptocurrency. That's a tough one Huggy calling recently endorsed. It Does coin. I didn't know it. She boat, you know? Yeah. You're like a dog person, too. I didn't know. You know, I went for a golden retriever. Yeah, that was a tough one. It's a tough quiz that when I guessed on But I got it right. Right. You know who would know that if it was asked anything to have to do with the monthly jobs report and would get it right would be our own car. Wicca Donna. He is with us for the Business Week Agenda. Chief U. S economist of Bloomberg Economics on the phone in New Jersey. Also in New Jersey's Dave Wilson stocks that are Bloomberg News car, Let's kick it off with you so Disappointment. Disappointment. Indeed, Carol, But we're in a bad news is good news environment. Yes. So let's start with the bad news. And the bad news was that the jobs report was a bust, especially if we account for the downward revisions to the prior two months or really, We should be thinking of this as they actual negative print on jobs two months in a row now, December January. Hold back sliding in terms of the Herculean task of getting back to where we were in February of 2020. Also bad news was the fact that the sectors which had been performing well previously, like construction, manufacturing, and certain pockets of the service sector that had shown resilience to social distancing Like finance, for instance, In fact, we saw those sectors backsliding as well so that the case shaped recovery hasn't got steamrolled in the January jobs report and outside of government. There was very little job creation. Carl We know that the headline figure not good missing expectations significantly but digging into the report. What sort of most disconcerting to you? Well, what's most disconcerting to me? I had long been making the point that, you know, Case shaped recovery. It's not ideal, but it's better to have pockets of strength and pockets of weakness in broad based Malays, and in today's report that we thought broad based Malays now that that's the bad news. I didn't get to the good news. The good news is that This is bad news is more likely to be compelling to Congress and the president to forge ahead with a significant fiscal stimulus package and the 1.9 Trillion Biden proposal. Initial ask would push GDP growth to about six or 6.5% this year. See So there you go. Hey, having said all that and going back to the negative news of the jobs report that Didn't seem to worry equity investors. Dave Come on in on this. We're definitely off our best levels of the session. But nonetheless, investors, you know, as Carl said, bad news in the economy is good news in terms of more stimulus and also pretty cheap money. And you could also say that good news on the earnings front is to some extent. Good news for the market as well. I mean, we've seen this pattern where you know something like 80% of the companies in the S and P 500 reported fourth quarter results so far. Have exceeded analyst projections based on the service here, Bloomberg and yet more often than not, you've seen shares fall response results. It's all about the outlook at this point, and there were enough positives in terms of what companies had to say about their prospects, or at least how investors have interpreted them that you've got to some help from earnings. I mean, notably activism. Blizzard up nine, a half percent biggest gain. In the S and P. 500. It's not just about the fourth quarter, beating estimates it's about their projections for the first quarter and for this year is well higher than projections. They're also figuring that things are gonna be just fine next year as they roll out new versions of some of their biggest game franchises. Think called Duty World of Warcraft and Candy Crush. They're the top three. So you know they're enough examples like that that you're seeing stocks get some support here, But they've explained that disconnect between the great earnings that we've been seeing this earning season and jobs report like this. Well, I mean, now that you have a package moving forward, and we had that vote overnight in the Senate, with the vice president combo harassed, casting the tie breaking vote. I mean, if nothing else, you know you get numbers, unemployment or whatever that don't look so great And it strengthens the case for action and puts more pressure on Congress to do something. So you know, that's the bad news is good news element and for a whole lot of companies, you know they benefited in the past several months because there has been a federal support for your people losing their jobs and You know, there's some anticipation that you'll get more of the same year. Hey, Carl, just 30. Seconds here. So listen, that monthly jobs report is a look back if we look forward, or there's some economic data points that you think investors should be really focusing on right now. I think we're gonna have to focus on industrial surveys things like the I FM surveys and whatnot that tell us if there's still some forward moment, um in the economy, but that Carol Here's a trivia question. For you are the strongest year for jobs growth in the U. S economy going back to World War two. The strongest year, in fact, was Wait for it 1978 on we would have to see 1978 times about 2.5 s O disco times. 2.52 really re absorb all the jobs lost since February of last year. Kind of love in a disco thing. I'll go there I'll go there. Hey, girl, I love that. Thank you so much. Have a great weekend car work, Adana. Chief U. S economist with our Bloomberg Economics team. Dave Olson's gonna be back a little bit later on another question for you from the quiz. Russian opposition leader Alexey Navalny was sentenced for this long by a court Moscow. Well, it was the one that was closest to 2.5 years. Yeah, it's exactly two years. Eight months that one was one of the easier ones it was. We're gonna break down the rest of 1978 question that choleric Adana. Just ask this wasn't on the quiz because I would have with that one. I believe they gotta put anything out here. That's actually one of the ones where they'll put like 78 79 76 74. They're like, Yeah, they're all a blur. We agree Broadcast coming up more on today's jobs Report You mentioned Becky Franco. It's over it. Manpower group North America would get lessons learned from the Reddit rebellion. It's a story in the magazine. We tried to bring it to yesterday by got tripped up with the president's press conference, also a top performing fund manager with her picks, including one of this week's Earning stories. Then we're tripling down on sports. You love the big game, but you the big game as it's called, Yeah, you're gonna give me a hard time about this. So let's just say, I don't follow football very closely. What e think we got to do the bite of the day? Yes, we do. But we do have Jeff's been coming up, folks. So he's joining us again, as he often does around the Super Bowl bite of the day. Today's number 4,000,000,004 record 7.6 million Americans are expected to place bets with online sports books for Super Bowl 55 in Tampa. 63% increase over last year. Overall, about 23.2 million people are expected to gamble $4.3 billion, the American Gaming Association found. Wow, that's interesting, but pretty big decrease from last year when it was about 6.3 billion. All right over the world, the National News and anti lions.

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"la magazine" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

06:26 min | 10 months ago

"la magazine" Discussed on KQED Radio

"I grew up in this really small town in India called raunchy and there were people from all over India and the community that we lived. And you know, in India each and every state has a very unique cuisine off its own. So I would finish dinner at home and then go to my neighbor's houses and tell them that my parents hadn't fed me. So can I Please eat with you? And that was pretty much held by like eternal love affair with food started. I would just be that you know that obnoxious kids sit in the kitchens with these aunties cooking and asking them why you hitting the oil? Why are you you know, adding mustard seed? On. Did you? Okay, So it's one thing to love eating. But did you know that you want to be a chef? It was really interesting because my older sister when she went to college, I would take food for her. On. Soon I realized that I was the most popular kid on campus, and I didn't even go to school there on. I think that was my Ah ha moment because I realized that Hey, this is something I love doing. And people love me for it. So why don't I think of this as a career, and that was a challenge because in India at that time, you know the acceptable careers were to be a doctor or an engineer. And if you're really thinking outside the box, maybe an accountant And over here. I want to be a chef. I mean, at that time, it wasn't even acceptable for men to be chefs. Like my parents were very, very supportive. The only thing that ever told me is do whatever you want. Just make sure that you're the best at it, And that's someone further to have kept very close to my heart. And then you eventually came to United States. You want to call it high school? I did my undergrad in India in Hotel administration, And then in my final year of I asked my chef instructor Which would be the best gunnery school to go to and without even batting an island. He said. The CIA, the Culinary Institute of America, and that was it. Do you remember your first Thanksgiving here? Go with that I sold vividly Remember the first Thanksgiving one off the faculty members? There were a few of us who didn't go home because you know, commuting to India would have been a long way off. So it was the first holiday as such that I celebrated in America and we went to this faculty member's house. They were They were around 10 off US students and then their entire family. It was a cackle phony, and I absolutely loved it and adored it because To me till date. That's what I associate Thanksgiving with its togetherness. It's family. It's a lot of food on day. It's just, you know, um I understand what tripped a faint means. Yeah, and kindness. What an incredible kind of other have to ask you because they brought all of these stranded culinary student over. Did they make you cook? No, not at all. Not. If it was just it was a table of bounty. And to me it was just such generosity that it just It was overwhelming a minute. I think about it and just I get very emotional. You know, It was one of those moments in life when you realize that That people are essentially really good people. Yeah, that is such a wonderful act. OK, fast forward. You in Chicago. You were in New York. You had restaurants there. Now. You're Nashville. Your restaurants there, And you do a big Thanksgiving at your restaurant, right? Absolutely. Why did you decide to open the restaurant? On Thanksgiving. I asked because With every food magazine editor knows. Everyone says they want something cool, unusual for Thanksgiving, and then everyone's really upset If it's not exactly the way that the mama made it so at your restaurants, how Han Aylin Masala house What you do like Indian inspired Indian ish food that's like an Indian ish Thanksgiving fly with your customers. Well, boy doesn't fly. It's like the busiest day that's the most number of covers that we do the entire year. I think one of the reasons why we started. That was because Nashville has a lot of professionals. It has a lot of colleges. And even though Thanksgiving, you know and cooking, they go hand in hand. There are some people who just want to spend time with their family and don't want to get into cooking. And then there's some people who don't have the opportunity to go on meet up family. So the reason why we started the first year was that Even if it's a handful of people who come. That's fine. At least let's make their Thanksgiving memorable and then we didn't realize how out of control it would get. Has a field of work on Thanksgiving. Listen, everybody works on Thanksgiving. It's the only difference is that they're working at home, You know, not at work, but everybody is working from Thanksgiving. Whether your clock theater not absolutely. What are some things on the menu? Thanksgiving to me is always about bounty. It's about, you know. Um, excess. It's about like I am full right now. Great. Now I'm going to start eating dinner. Right? So that is that is pretty much what we've tried to embody in our Thanksgiving feast in Nashville. There is a concept which is called meat and three You go to these restaurants. There is a meat off the day and then you choose three sides. So our initial plan was that we'll do Thanksgiving meet in three and then when he started making the feast and platter And we're like, Oh, my God. It needs this. Oh, my God. It needs this. So it ended up being Thanksgiving meat and nine And Yeah, and everybody gets this big platter, which has Ducky become masala. We brian it and then marinated in Indian spices and cook it enough indoor. But there's also a vegetarian version, which is the paneer version off the same thing. And then the sides are there is a vegetable Palau bury Annie stuffing. And then there is a green bean, Coconut Korea, which is a coconut on a green beans, Sautee. Then we do a corn China doll, which is a corn and a lentil soup. Then there's a cranberry five spice. Check me. Then we do a chestnut non We do popular because sweet potato right up. And then a pumpkin spice Obrecht putting, which has stopped with some marshmallows, which had a bean like Yeah, which have been small. This moored E can.

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"la magazine" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

03:04 min | 1 year ago

"la magazine" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Joe Biden stay at home campaign policy Kayleigh Mcenany, pointing out on her personal Twitter accounts. In the last couple of days, the president has traveled some 6500 miles across the country to four battleground states. Putting in a total of five events. He's got another one tomorrow in Joe Biden's home town of Scranton, Pennsylvania. Second day, Joe Biden is giving his acceptance speech. TV ratings for the DNC have been lower so far than four years ago. Early Nielsen research showing more than 18 million viewers for each of the past two nights. But there's been an increase in online viewing. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, still pushing for a bill this week to block postal service changes before election day and boost funding the White House pushing for renewed talks on Corona virus relief, Some Northern California wildfires are emerging as thousands of residents are urged to evacuate the number that is most impact for this at the moment. 23 major fires and what we describe as complexes of fires. Governor Gavin Newsom declared a state of emergency yesterday. Lightning strikes, sparking new fires in Bay Area counties, Dozens of homes destroyed hot, dry conditions also fueling wildfires in Colorado. America's listening to Fox themes. Your next Fox News update in 30 minutes. Now, your top local stories are on twin cities. News talk dot com Minnesota News Network I'm Bill Werner 17 more Minnesotans have died from covert 19 that is the highest single day increase since mid June. 567 newly reported cases in the state Health Commissioner Jan Malcolm says hospitalizations have increased over the last two days. Also errantly 321 people are in the hospital 17 more than the prior day. So I think, as we have commented in the past, not unexpectedly when we see case growth, we typically expect to see that followed by increases in hospitalizations and, unfortunately deaths from Kobe Malcolm says 152 people are in intensive care. They're in Minnesota with covert 19, Republican leader of state Senate blasting Governor Tim Walls for another court challenge to end bridges Controversial line three pipeline analysts predicting the GOP controlled Senate could oust walls is Commerce Commissioner Steve Kelly. In retaliation. Senate Majority Leader Paul Goes, Elka says the line three court appeal a huge disappointment for northern Minnesota about 6500 jobs of which 4200 are construction jobs. Are on delay. Over five years of permanent and we still are not doing this pipeline Sierra Club applauding the walls administrations action, saying the Public Utilities Commission decision to let that project move forward ignored state agencies recommendations and would be devastating for Minnesota's clean water and communities. That is the latest. This is Minnesota News Network. When Charles stare from all around was a kid, he had a dream.

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"la magazine" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"la magazine" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Alone keeping busy wall in quarantine. In a recent interview with Ws, a Wall Street Journal magazine, the star opened up about life amid quarantine and details on some new music. He shared that he's been working on some and maybe a new album's coming. He explained that even though it's a quote, dark time in America, he wants to try to make something beautiful out of it. Malone has been quarantined in Utah that's interesting and says what he misses most is the Russian a thrill of being on stage, one of his last shows before the shutdown of live music. Remember, that was a Pepsi center back in March, and people were wondering if it should be cancelled. Blake Shelton was around the same time too, and I think he cancelled. I heard that he also misses tattoo parlors as well. Does he have any more space for Tet? Well, you know what? Utah has some relaxed regulations. That's part of why he's living there. Maybe it is six of seven here. Metadata plex, helping out this time with the news. John Morrissey helping out with the drive. What DeSean volume wise today. I'm seeing a lot of cars trying to get on the westbound I 70 from North bound to 25 Pretty busy spot in our morning drive and really slow again this morning because of a crash again this morning. We had one there yesterday morning on the ramp from North bound to 252 Westbound I 70. Now it looks like they're getting that crash cleared, but still, you're backto back towards 17th. That is a really slow spots. I'm seeing some of the usual slow spots pop up like he's bound to 70. That's getting heavy right around New York Boulder Turnpike looks great. Don't see any problems on that. Downtown drive 20 Five or I 70 and down in the tech center. You look good. This reporter sponsored by mattress firm right now at matches from save up to $300 on top rated brands like Sleepy's Beauty. Rest, insert.

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"la magazine" Discussed on Business Casual

Business Casual

02:34 min | 1 year ago

"la magazine" Discussed on Business Casual

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"la magazine" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:31 min | 1 year ago

"la magazine" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Hospitalized nearly twenty family members now on quarantine daughter Bridget telling people magazine I am now I don't believe what is going on A. B. C.'s which Johnson a new ABC news Ipsos poll conducted between March eighteenth and nineteenth shows the majority of Americans feel the coronavirus has disrupted their lives and also weigh in on the handling of the crisis pol flips the approval rating for president trump fifty five percent of Americans say they approve of how he's handled the pandemic forty three percent disapprove that is the opposite of a week ago when a majority fifty four percent so the president wasn't handling it well and nearly eighty percent of those surveyed say they are either very or somewhat worried about catching the virus you're listening and I heart radio station news ninety three point one KFBK more corona virus testing across California is leading to a surge in cases there are now more than nine hundred fifty people infected with at least nineteen deaths at this point the viruses in thirty five of the state's fifty eight counties with the most in LA county Santa Clara county has the second highest number California is taking action to protect the homeless from corona virus governor Gavin Newsom signed an executive order Thursday to use one hundred fifty million dollars in emergency funds this will turn more hotels and motel rooms into shelters and provide thirteen hundred trailers from FEMA the California DMV is banning all walk ins because of the pandemic all driving tests have also been canceled for the next thirty days the department will turn down anyone who comes to an office without an appointment for more on the corona virus go to the I heart radio app and tap the podcast tab for the latest news and information I knew him a goddess the KPK traffic center I don't highway fifty sweeper trucks working tonight in the pioneer bridge the thirty fourth street through the overnight hours work to about four thirty eastbound fifty watch for alternating lane closures Zinfandel driving the Zinfandel drive on ramp closed that work goes on through six AM on the westbound side also alternating lane closures at Zinfandel driving with his infidel drive on ramp closed that were going on through five AM eastbound fifty in west Sacramento the number one and two lanes closed for the overnight hours from the fifty eighty split the past harbor Boulevard through four AM is southbound five the westbound eighty connector ramp is close to four AM traffic every ten minutes mornings and afternoons news ninety three point one K. F. B. K. for what patchy clouds early on this Friday morning lows between thirty.

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"la magazine" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

02:23 min | 1 year ago

"la magazine" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Court in New York today where a pre trial conference was taking place in his rape case at the same time correspondence the cast amount reports at the Los Angeles district attorney was filing similar charges on the other side of the country Weinstein had barely left the courthouse here in New York where jury selection will begin in his rape case tomorrow when the LA district attorney announced that similar rape charges were being filed against him in that city D. A. Jackie Lacey said he's accused of sexually assaulting two women in LA county in twenty thirteen we believe the evidence will show that the defendant used his power and influence to gain access to his victims and then committed violent crimes against them in one case once the allegedly forced his way into a woman's hotel room in LA and raped her the next night he allegedly did something similar to another woman in Beverly hills I'm Steve casting down governor Cuomo's announcing more plans for Penn station adding eight new tracks we believe the best alternative is to expand by acquiring the blocks south of Penn station increasing the foot print that way the governor says the bike spending two hundred feet South Street could pass to be would be boosted by forty percent it's not clear how long the project would take over of what the cost would be meanwhile critics of already begun sending off on social media saying the Hudson River rail tunnels are in danger of collapse and that the existing above ground designed to Penn station needs a redesign the governor also helped free a man from an overturned truck this afternoon following an event in Manhattan a still image taken from the crash site shows him standing on top of a concrete divider peering into the trucks cabin while video making the rounds on social media displease him and a few other people helping get the man down to safety from out of the overturned truck it happened on the beach you eat near where it meets up with the allies and it's a day in court for a long island babysitter accused of putting a two year old in a scalding hot man flees Warner reports top say nineteen year old Yancy Elizabeth Lopez allegedly left the toddler in the bath for several minutes last night in Hampstead the boy suffered second degree burns to around twenty percent of his body and was taken to the hospital for treatment Lopez was charged with reckless assault of a child and endangering the welfare of a child I'm Liz Warner for seventy seven W. ABC news on Wall Street the Dow was down five points the S. and P. up four points the nasdaq up twenty nine points in sports the nets are in Orlando tonight.

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"la magazine" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

03:10 min | 1 year ago

"la magazine" Discussed on KTOK

"Been here snaps plaza is jammed the plaza district so we have all these districts which have also be gatt restaurants we have all these great locally owned restaurants many of which have been featured on national TV shows and in magazines none such was named the best new restaurant of twenty eighteen by what bona petite to magazine so that was a really big deal and so with the rise of all of those restaurants also brought the demise of the cafeterias there are no more cafeterias now in Oklahoma City we lost the last one I think the Boulevard was the last one then it closed about four five years ago do you do you know Brian anything more about that bulldozed and something's been built on it yeah yeah the yeah sometimes being built on the site but Dotson's cafeteria choir is yours is yeah yeah they're all gone of course the Devon tower to be okay tower in all of the other downtown things the the Boulevard is I also part of that the I again would say it's part of our maps thing but because it was in docked project but the Boulevard certainly is is going to do a lot I think twenty ten the the twenty ten to was the decade of the thunder I mean they had arrived a year or two in the decade before but I'm main thunder fever everywhere and you're going to say Kevin Durant well yes you do that a deck a leader of the decade yeah for Oklahoma City also went to Texas that's all I am well you know that's okay what what year get as eligibility to play in the NBA I'm glad this is radio you can't see my hand so with the with the success though of the thunder has also brought professional soccer so the rise of the energy football club has because Kim has come in as a result of that and there will be starting there I think seventh season later this year so you know it's it's it's a it's a good time to be in Oklahoma City and I've but I've been told many people as many who care and an even more who don't this is the I think that the greatest period of time in the history of Oklahoma City you you didn't mention the sale of the daily Oklahoman twice sold twice so so twice yeah and so I you know I'm I've thought about that earlier today it just didn't make it I didn't have my note pad and when I thought of it but yeah the are not quite the death but certainly the the demise of the of the Oklahoma it's it's struggling and struggling sold first to the and and such family and they turned around and sold it to get a house slash unit one of the you know well and along with that don't forget about our weather all yeah it has gotten a warmer I was going to bring that up in the next half hour we had so many tornadoes.

"la magazine" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

09:29 min | 1 year ago

"la magazine" Discussed on KTRH

"Only gas is Russia had been arming around for many years and the question is is the extent to which Russian equipment was re damage with the Russian war we supply the parts so there's kind of lots of people were talking by the Kremlin is not happy about this development because its relationship with Iran is a very important one was this in retaliation to the many embassy takeover are you you're talking about the American attack yes green you know I'm not really sure I the thing that worries me the most I didn't vote for president trump but certain aspects of this foreign policy are strongly supported you get the impression both just from reading the newspapers watching TV but also from people in Washington the truth is constantly under pressure to show the staff with Russia because of these charges yes which he was and that he it leaves him to do for this that I don't think he wants to do but he thinks strategically it'll get the monkey off his back it's almost as if he calls flat and says of land I gotta do a bombing I got a I got a look good I got to do this and get your people out of the way yeah Russian cynically all that might have happened on one occasion I think more indicative and it's not a good idea trump's part good to show that he's not a Patsy for who he brought in as national security people into the White House to famous extremely any Russian types right John Bolton and Fiona hill now they're both gone but they were not true of people they never supported trial they never really said anything good about trump but he wanted to say that I'm being attacked for being soft on the criminal or somehow too friendly with Putin but look look I've got right next to me now you couldn't find two more flamboyantly historically anti Russian types I don't think the president should operate that way president should have around him or her if there's going to be one advisers who share the president's general policy ideas otherwise it's just going to be a wreckage in the White House in which we see that that is actually people come and go trump would do better to bring in a couple people as advisers on Russian related matters who's going with him and you remember the fetch let's flash back when we talked what it must've been into sixteen trumpet made this rather astonishing statement because the new Cold War was on her way and everybody else was bad mouthing Russia that his presidency would involve cooperation with Russia use that word in the old fashioned word for people of our generation was they talk in the twentieth century these episodes of operation with Russia called a ton and people jumped all over trump now the odd thing is I'm not sure ever mention this on your broadcast because occurred to me not so long ago but if you think back in our lifetime George in the twentieth century there were several episodes of the count with Soviet Russia in our lifetime right yes everyone was enacted by a Republican president Reagan for example well first Eisenhower Stalin's death when things were very that's going way back well but you got it I mean histories of I mean the criminals very historical minded we're less we have not long memories but from Russia's point of view I mean the history of the top with America was with Republican presidents the fact is when I start to visit Russia regularly years and years ago I was always amazed about how policy types always preferred Republican presidents for that very reason so you could argue those and the trunk doesn't but he should somebody should tell him that he's not an out liar on wanting to cooperate with Russia this is been for decades a Republican presidential foreign policy first license or right then next remember the great Nixon Kissinger daytime absolutely and then of course the greatest a town of all Reagan with Gorbachev when they claim they had ended the Cold War but that was all Republican presidential leadership and yet trump allows himself to be beat up on this cooperation with Russia and all we need to say is look I mean it's just we're early in the Republican tradition the question other none of his Republican supporters think to say at all are there so I I give that is free advice to the president I hope somebody there is listening and they're taking notes because that's a very very brilliant approach that he should have taken a long time ago well it's not brilliant but what it does remind us is that people such as myself who think historically so if you raise a major problem a problem with me in current politics my mind immediately clicks to what's the pre history of this problem may mean we had a habit in America that every problem today began yesterday and I and you know anybody asst work reminded tries to remember how and when this began and that leads you to remember these relationships with Soviet Russia and post Soviet Russia and they were primarily led by Republicans now I want to ask you about this impeachment proceedings were gonna come up on a break pretty soon Stephen but we'll talk more about it than the next hour and a half we've got with you would you kind of put in perspective just what this is all about I mean there's so many people have been emailing me saying what what's going on what's the impeachment inquiry what's the Senate trial going to be about what what did he do wrong so we kind of put it in perspective for us in in win bring in Ukraine and explain what that's all about I'm not sure I can do that you're asking me to Blaine what is in some ways the unique episode in American political history an attempt to impeach the president over a century foreign policy or foreign relationships I mean the Clinton impeachment wasn't about that at all no not at all and of course in Nixon was in house Nixon was impeached but the threat of it will be when the White House had nothing to do with foreign policy whatsoever so this is new were in new territory now and that's why you get these ludicrous charges and I think bad for our political culture the trump has somehow been trees and as I was aghast I don't remember if we talked after it but when trump with to be prudent about a year ago I guess it was July last in Helsinki in a perfectly normal so the kind of some of that every American president since Eisenhower and hail with the occupant of the court and it's smart politics what I would say it's necessary crawl all sure the leaders of the two nuclear powers you know sit down and say I see a danger lying there let's don't cross it in which you're right here's my reply let's not get the situation like we were doing the Cuban Missile Crisis will we almost went to war I'm grateful for these meetings in yet trump came home to a chorus it was obscene he committed treason yeah because he appeared at a press conference with me and I mean for crying out loud if I were running for president I would do you know your were already friends with with our allies I would want to meet every enemy this country apparently house and try to find out where we can find some kind of resolution everything what's wrong with that and in the old days we would applaud American presidents for seeking security partnerships we use that word partnerships with the occupant of the trunk crime and to keep you safe but I said to my wife she that's Katrina vanden Heuvel the chief of the nation magazine you know the the main magazine a sore left liberal politics hold on for second Stephen worth the break we'll come back we'll pick it up right there Stephen Cohen with us we're talking about U. S. Russian relations if there are any we'll be back in a moment on coast to coast AM coast insiders the new version of the coast to coast AM app is now available for iPhone and now android four dot on a boat listen live or on demand anywhere anytime good a coast to coast AM dot com and download it today your Houston news weather or traffic plus breaking news twenty four seven this is news radio seven forty K. T. R. H. radio station a deadly attack takes on some Iraqi leaders at Eric sharp it is twelve thirty on newsradio seven forty K. T. R. H. traffic and weather together let's check in with the plea Brooks thanks Erica just a couple of issues on a road race so right now to eighty eighty should head south just before the sixteen south loop reports of a accident here on the shoulders you're going to see some flashing lights also constructions on there so we'll use some caution stalled vehicle long fifty nine north bound itself rice also won on that sixty nine sound but it Texas seventy veer for that update part two right lanes affected.

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"la magazine" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

AM 1350 WEZS

10:58 min | 1 year ago

"la magazine" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

"The first mail bag of twenty twenty a lot of you sent me your thoughts on things that are happening in the new year and just some random thoughts to the couple asking me what I had seen recently the movies because we do the chief that'll be back in full swing coming up in this year yeah can you believe it a new year Caitlyn is always thrilled to be with you fifteen years on the show so still hanging tough let's dive into the mail that I got this one from Jan in New Orleans who says Kate I am kind of a big football fan I'm like you politics overview say business and sports so the big three to me but I am excited that here in the big easy we are hosting the national title game Alice you and Clemson who do you think wins that I know this is putting on the spot but you pay attention to such things what do you think Ellis you baby some home Cookin I mean although by the time you just first the tickets there would be plenty of crimes and fans there I love Tigers verses the Tigers I do I do think it's L. issue it's a magical year for and Jauron and and that team has been incredible to watch him and has been I've become a fan and Joe Berle I am a huge fan of his watching him the way he accepted the Heisman Trophy is what he's been able to do a modest smart move by that coaching staff and just how they are and and how they seem to be around people and the treatment and the things that I hear and many that as you of course have heard these stories to it they there's no secret about it but I like it was used chances but it's not an easy because devils Sweeney knows what he's doing they've won two of last three national titles I do like this game I think it'll be close in an exciting and good for you know Orleans because of course we love broadcasting there and I know many of you listen to me sometimes in repeat meaning you get the podcast in the morning with your beignets in coffee I've had a few of you write me about that and again you can always let me know your thoughts on the show and anytime anything you want to hear or talk about to set me up occasionally radio dot com click on contact how bout mac mac says Kate it's been a tough year for California and I know you had people on a lot of people on from California this year to talk about the various things that happened whether it was earthquakes are fires or something else that was going on or the blackouts the intended blackouts because of the fires in in Callie and I'm wondering do you think it's going to be a good decade for California can you look into your as you call it cracked crystal ball well first of all Max thanks so much for listening to us in riverside California he was listening to us on Casey AAA that's great and you're listening to us obviously replay to which is fantastic and it was a crazy year for California I mean you had yeah crazy amount of scandals by the way because the college admissions scandal was one that really foisted California into everybody's mind set with U. S. C. and and what happened with the two actresses and how much money was out there that was being thrown into colleges to get kids in the colleges you know that whole varsity blues operation varsity blues is what they called it and we're certainly not a conclusion of that by the way but more than that the the ridgecrest California of shake that happened on July fourth it was like the strongest earthquake on the same two two decades and large parts of southern California parts of Nevada felt it and nerves were just jangled I mean there were some destruction and locally with aftershocks for scary too but luckily not the kind of damage that is the life kind of damage because it's always about human life first right yes it's always about that and then the the fires and the cost of the fires and what happens then the possibility of course of mud slides so it was a tough year I cannot predict the future from what mother nature nature is going to do in a decade but you just know that California needs to when you live in California just somebody told me when I lived there are you earthquake ready are you prepared for what could happen I think it earthquake ready so did find out that you have put some things in the back of your trunk in case you have to take off and pray that the road doesn't swallow Hugo up because it can happen at a moment's notice so I hope for California and for everybody else listening to the show that you have good fortune throughout the entire decade but I cannot predict again what's going to happen with mother nature we don't know and you know that's the thing that's the difference also too by the way with earthquakes and tornadoes verses are hurricanes rather versus tornadoes to our or I'm what I'm trying to say earthquakes and tornadoes there you go earthquakes and tornadoes are similar in the sense that maybe get a little more warnings tornadoes we don't get much morning morning and it can rip up one side of the street not rip up the other end and there's not a lot of of warning with any of that so wishing all my California friends the best in the new year and the new decade hi Joe in brown's would taxes no surprise cowboys are really gonna do Kate with Jason Garrett would you keep Jason Garrett well that's an easy answer I wouldn't I like geez Garrett I cover Jason Garrett when he was with the cowboys but they can't afford to keep him there because they can't afford to be mediocre anymore with all that talent this is no excuse for that so Jason Garrett is is meeting again for a third time with the cowboys ownership on Thursday and they're talking about what the future's going to hold from them for him and they're dragging this out but his contract expires in a couple weeks do they make a decision that he goes away when the contract expires and I have to have this dramatic firing because let's face it well whoever comes in next I think that's going to play out in a more long form in other words I don't think it can be an overnight snap decision because this way there's more conversation about the cowboys and who could possibly be coach unless there's just somebody that everybody's after and there are a couple of people that fall into that category so maybe they don't wait but I there's just no way Gerets back I would be easy hi I I don't even have an answer for that is he is he was back up I mean that would be the most stunning thing that I can imagine period at the end of this NFL season I mean it would it would be it would be it crazy it just doesn't it just wouldn't make any sense put it that way it would make any sense to me I did I got this one this was a great email to the one was from Trinity listening to us in Connecticut are great affiliate there and Trinity says Kate I've been listening to you in every play for a couple of months as they replace the get up with my kids and then I found a way to hear you tell me about your show and I was wondering and I've heard you say this is on the Jeff pesos you know pretty much destroyed the brook brick and mortar stores and I agree with you and so much of what I do actually is on Amazon now but I have to admit their stores that I miss and there's this was something about meeting people for luncheon girlfriends except for one occurred because of a working woman and there's something about that whole thing that is kind of just disappeared a little bit it is although there are certainly stores out there some of my favorites went away particularly the run I used to make for my family on my kids were little to go to blockbuster and snap up the latest movie in and grabs a crummy food that wasn't good for us but that we like to eat and watch movies but of course that's many many years ago now funny bring a blockbuster because then this decade is when it was the disappearance of blockbuster and that was a big because then you have Netflix and streaming in the whole world changed in your right it used to be a big thing to try to get to blockbuster and grabbed the newest releases I was right there with you I wanted to get whatever was N. or try to pull one of those holds on it and it would be so disappointing when I'd go in and I see the card there and it was gone and then a Dino stock around wait for when I thought it might take a month again but you know it no my seat one of my favorite stores was borders there is a bookstore bookstore called borders and I love going there because just like being in an you could go and look at the magazines look at the latest books that whole thing I mean granted we still have library easy and you can order books off of Amazon and browse them but if that's not the same thing as going for coffee looking at the books and because I came from that family some of the can understand this where you know when you're a kid you had the book fairs and you get back I don't care if you get three dollars five dollars ten dollars whatever and you could get books and books were big deal and my family everybody read and I a lights reading I like getting lost in the stories thanks to me I think that opened up that whole journalism talk shows thing probably in may but regardless whether you did or not it was one of my favorite stores because I like to go in there and I like to look at whatever the latest books were of course I can still do that to be in and it's a little bit different and have that same feel for me and you wonder how long is that store around but now there's kind of a renaissance if you will of people getting books like my book deal your own destiny you hear me talk about it that was published by Forbes last year increase your odds when they can become extraordinary that's a hard back book so people tell me they like that because they get tired of constantly looking at the screen and I feel the same way when I have books when I get books here we do our author's corner I like to have the books I know a lot of people like to get Kendall and eccentric but I like to actually hold the book and have the book in my hand is just I don't know if it's just maybe it's a throwback thing for me not sure coming up I talked to Beyonce's dad in case you missed that interview Matthew Knowles he has a book out about this destiny's child's you don't wanna miss that that's coming up next meet a movie buff animal lover safe driver five years of driving an ambulance teaches.

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"la magazine" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"la magazine" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Estate investment association and became friends with some of the investors there well one night he heard a very successful real estate investor speak it one of the meetings and it really hit him really hit him and he he put some experienced people from his investor network on his team he jumped out there that year in box for homes before the year was out all of those homes are earning a positive cash flow now over the first seven years Wallace put his plan in place and acquired over fifty rental properties some of them fixer uppers that he renovated and kept for income and some of them he just bought without having to renovate he had so much income that he no longer had the work a job th there were bumps in the road Evan but there were bumps in the road though to his success I mean Wallace was suddenly slammed with a serious illness that forced him to pull away from buying real estate and just rest and recover he had to do that for a couple years the real estate market crashed during that time financing dried up then the market spiked again so it's cyclical isn't it Alex but Wallace tenaciously stuck with this plan tweaking it to adjust to what the real estate market was demanding at that time with his association with the right real estate professionals and the smart use of his resources Wallace powered through with his plan and today he and his family are enjoying their abundant harvest in if you or.

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"la magazine" Discussed on The All New Dennis Miller Option

The All New Dennis Miller Option

04:00 min | 2 years ago

"la magazine" Discussed on The All New Dennis Miller Option

"I mean, I think that company and advise and consent which was a big one as well. I think is on there, too. If I remember the list correctly. So. Yeah, no, it's, it's, it's pretty rarified air there. So. It was a big deal. I'm trying to think when you when you're doing the first one as, as I was intrigued to hear your process as far as idea and the character in your head visually when you're doing, what do you look back on, at this moment? Nineteen in world renowned to the one of the best booksellers of our generation. What did you what fortify, you on your first book? What, what do you feel you're lacking? And what was unknown strength at that time when you look back in the rear view Monte you? And I eat Dennis you. And I talk a lot about how we saw each other at the Ralph Laurens restaurant, and Jim, I'll go one night after Chicago show. It's funny, you and I met when I was in college a buddy of mine was a photographer any lived over by Beverly and Fairfax. We did. We were roommates this photographer and I add broadcast center, right behind the grove by the post office, over there, when it used to be an orange grove. And he was shooting you for some LA magazine, and he couldn't afford desist in the s. Get twenty. Mr. I was going to USC and you kept calling me surf God the entire time it was mayor is very funny. He did a shot of you with duct tape over your mouth. There were some funny thing that they were doing a profile on you, but anyway, back, then I was at USC was studying creative writing, I always wanted to be an author, but I ended up going into TV I had a travel show on public television. I was afraid what would happen if I went to author route, and I failed, but on my honeymoon. My wife said to me, what would you regret on your deathbed and never having done, and I should write a book and getting published? And she should fine when we get home from the honeymoon two hours a day start making that happen. No interruptions. And that's what fortified me when I was writing that first book, the lions of Lucerne, Stephen king's famous route saying, you know, you should write what you love to read, and I grew up reading Freddie, foresight, the John McCrea, Tom Clancy. That's really where my passion was. So that's, that's what got me through that first book, Freddie, foresight thing. And by the way, so you went from the wife's admonition to put two and a half hours into. A no interruptions on ninety Mon to two hours, at home with no interruption. So it just you, you're actually. Get the rent paid. You know, couldn't they couldn't go all in couldn't go all in. We're talking to our friend Brad Thor. And I don't remember meeting way back when but I do remember meeting him, I was saying to Christian before you came on at the restaurant, and I remember thinking now, this is a cat who gives off energy, and it sounds like so much of your energy. You've mentioned are twice. You must have the right woman for you, brother, right? It takes a very special type b lash up with this type as so. Yeah. No, I'm very, very lucky guy. I wanted to marry Meg Ryan. I did even better look at you growed up. Hey, I'm watching the country we live in right now. I don't even know all your pretty. I'm always I can tell when I'm namrd of somebody when I don't need to know their predispositions politically, I think the world operates in the reverse thing where they almost wanna know that. And then they work out from that I could care less when I need like somebody or find them, interesting. You're smart is almost like way down the road. What do you make of the times, we live in, if you were in the intelligence community, at the second, you think are heartened by the current president is posed to guys like Clapper and Brennan? Well, I think so it would be interesting, as I finally appreciate the Chinese curse may, you live in interesting times, it really is a curse into the word. Interesting. Listened to the definition of insanity..

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"la magazine" Discussed on Don't Keep Your Day Job

Don't Keep Your Day Job

02:08 min | 2 years ago

"la magazine" Discussed on Don't Keep Your Day Job

"It just shows. It totally went viral like incoming home from Coachella. I was getting calls from like LA magazine LA times dwell apartment therapy reposted it. Meanwhile, Freya we had set up a Twitter account in advance thinking. Okay. If this if this takes off like they have somewhere, we have somewhere to collect people, and she her phone had died, and she turned it on and she called me. And she said, I think we've been hacked because we're getting a new follower literally every two and three seconds. And I was like no that's real because I'm getting all these calls from editors so within twenty four forty eight hours. It was like five to ten thousand followers. It literally blew up and if so few brands we'll have the literal luxury of like what you're doing going viral. It is like a phenomenal. It's so rare, and you can't plan for it. You just have to like hold on. And. Wow. Like, we're really being given an opportunity to. Something here, so magical. It's so early, and I love that you, my friend. Emily mcdowell. We had her on the show. And she said all you need to be successful is a vision of where you're wanting to get to and just a place to put your right foot like the next step. Yeah. It's so it's so like hidden in plain sight, it's like right there. Yeah. So so what happened next? So we're back in LA. It's sort of felt like a wag the dog moment to be honest because we're getting so many calls from editors and within a few weeks. I'm getting like a second call like, okay? We've like reported the cool. How story like what's your next move? It's like to like make the truck driveable like we were literally trying to put the operation together now that we had this interest. So in a few weeks later, it was still pretty minimum. But we like it said cool house on the truck if keep it open the door like the base. Six of the brand. And then we actually started getting calls this shows kind of how long ago this was our first call like this was from mice face. All right. But they call it. They were like what's it gonna cost for an ice cream, social like at our campus? Like, we're like, please hold actually charge..

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"la magazine" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Stack

Monocle 24: The Stack

02:06 min | 4 years ago

"la magazine" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Stack

"With wimbledon in full swing what better time to catch up with the team behind racket magazine the tennis quarterly that's delighted print and sports fans alike plus will speak to the editor of la magazine dimond and bring you a print focus highlight from this year's monocle quality of life conference in berlin all that select forward to on this week's edition of the stack from a story house in london this is the stack thirty minutes of print industry analysis with mates home edwards plenty of us on today's show including creating a chat with the editors of racket a crisp and sophisticated tennis couch a magazine but we're going to start the show by heading to france with each candidate shen of the broadsheet lamont comes m magazine to moaned a beautifully designed publication that in its own words towels and decrypt the stories from the world around us models finland august i project i spoke to the magazine's editor mary pierre leno mainsara day is about corsica the beautiful island that we have in this house have friends and probably you inengland no qazi caviar tourism picker probably you've already been to these beautiful island and actually as you know these island has a problem with violence they had problems with nationalists for years and years and they also have problems violence because they are not exactly amanda but they have a lot of models and because actually this ireland is a very beautiful one but at the same time it has remained very traditional island with small villages with a big families and you knew they have problems between some families for years and years.

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