35 Burst results for "Madeline"

Fitzpatrick, Dolphins keep Jets winless with 20-3 victory

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 4 d ago

Fitzpatrick, Dolphins keep Jets winless with 20-3 victory

"Ryan Fitzpatrick was twenty four thirty nine for two hundred fifty seven yards and two touchdowns as the dolphins down the winless jets twenty to three Fitzpatrick started in place of the injured to a ton of my lower in the lineup and Madeline about back in and it just he just trying to stay steady just trying to you know provide the team with leadership and going out there with my number's called and playing well tight end Mike Gesicki in Adam Shaheen grab scoring passes to help the seven four dolphins win for the sixth time in seven games Miami allowed just ten first downs and intercepted Sam Darnold twice the dolphins also blank the jets following new York's first possession I'm Dave Ferrie

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Many pay tribute to late 'Jeopardy!' host Alex Trebek

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

01:36 min | 3 weeks ago

Many pay tribute to late 'Jeopardy!' host Alex Trebek

"For well over a year, and his prognosis wasn't good. But still many fans of the game show Jeopardy weren't prepared for word of the death of Alex Trebek on Sunday, we go into the jeopardy row on Categories are as follows. Trebek was a fixture on jeopardy since the 19 eighties and hosted more than 8200 episodes of the game show over 37 seasons. The five time daytime Emmy Award winner was actually started or actually started off as a journalist in his native Canada before winding up a game show host Trebek remained upbeat after going public with his health problems last year as correspondent Jason Davidson report Jeopardy host Alex Trebek has been living with the fact that he was probably going to die soon since March of 2019 when he was diagnosed with stage four pancreatic cancer. We told Good Morning America last year that the thought of dying didn't bother him. The effect it will have on my loved ones. Yes, that bothers me and makes me sad. But the thought of myself moving on. Hey, folks. Comes with the territory. Trebek died Sunday morning. We're told, surrounded by family and friends. Alex Trebek was 80 years old. Well, jeopardy. Fans around the world are now in mourning here in New York. They include Madeline from Hell's Kitchen, who shared her feelings with 10 10 win such a loss. It's such a loss. It's been a year of a lot of loss. And this one's certainly significant among those that the many tributes posted on Twitter included one from Ken Jennings, the Jeopardy greatest of all time champ Jennings tweeted that Alex Trebek was a lovely and deeply decent man and quote. I'm grateful for every minute I got to spend with him. Rumor has it that Jennings may eventually fill Trebek shoes as jeopardy host keeping the job in the Jeopardy. Family wins news

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Louisville cop shot during Breonna Taylor raid files suit against her boyfriend

Scott Sloan

01:17 min | Last month

Louisville cop shot during Breonna Taylor raid files suit against her boyfriend

"Jonathan Jonathan Madeline Madeline was was shot shot in in the the leg leg during during the the deadly deadly raid raid that that killed killed Briana Briana Taylor. Taylor. Now Now he's he's filed filed a a lawsuit lawsuit against against Taylor's Taylor's boyfriend, boyfriend, Kenneth Kenneth Walker, who fired the bullet, they say Walker says police kicked in the door without identifying themselves ABC Steve Austin. Sami has more. Walker isn't the only person who says he didn't hear police announced themselves. This was an apartment complex, and there were other neighbors who say they didn't know that these were the police, either. This is an unfortunate and tragic case that will now Drag through the courts. There is still a question of who fired the shot. Forensic evidence hasn't been able to prove that Walker's bullet hit Mattingly, according to published reports. Walker's attorneys overnight say that they are shocked and this is the latest in the cycle of Police aggression, deflection of responsibility and obstruction of the fax visitation is today for Corporal and MacMillan. The funeral tomorrow is private. Today the family will receive Mourners from 1 to 5 o'clock. At Spring Grove funeral homes on Spring Grove Avenue, the 19 year veteran of the family of the county Sheriff's Office here in Hamilton County will be laid to rest. Tomorrow at Arlington Memorial Gardens after procession that begins around noon on Spring Grove Avenue this

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Trump irresponsibly continues downplaying Covid-19 as he tweets he will leave the hospital

Press Play with Madeleine Brand

06:11 min | 2 months ago

Trump irresponsibly continues downplaying Covid-19 as he tweets he will leave the hospital

"The upbeat attitude. That team president there's course of illness has had, um, didn't want to give any any information that might steer the course of illness in another direction. On doing so, uh, you know, came off that we're trying to hide. Something was initially true. And so is the effect of the matter is is that he's doing really well. White House physician Dr Sean calmly yesterday, admitting that he put an overly rosy spin on President Trump's Covitz symptoms during Saturday briefing Come on. He told the press outside Walter Reed Medical Center that President Trump needed supplemental oxygen twice after his blood oxygen saturation levels dropped. He was also given the steroid decks, a method zone, a drug typically used to treat serious covet cases. It added up to a muddled message on just how sick the president was, or is Trump, though tweeted today that he'll be leaving the hospital this afternoon. Meanwhile, White House press secretary Kayleigh Mcenany announced this morning she has Cove it She's at least the 11th member of Trump's inner circle to test positive. This caps off what can only be described as a tumultuous and damning weekend for the White House and for the country. A new national poll by NBC and the Wall Street Journal shows Trump trailing former vice President Joe Biden by 14 points. Joining us now is Sahil Kapur. National political reporter for NBC News. Welcome back Sonia. All right. So what if we can determine from any polling at all is the impact of Trump's diagnosis on his reelection effort in terms of popular support. Love Madeline. The race has been exceptionally stable for months. Now it has been somewhere in the range of a 6 to 8 Point lead for Vice President Joe Biden and national polling averages. The swing states obviously very off out front, but he has a comfortable lead in most of the swing states that he needs to win. Somebody's clearly the front runner. This point is clearly in the driver's seat. And the polls that we've had the balls that we've seen since the president's diagnosis are sparse. We haven't NBC Wall Street Journal poll that came over the weekend that was finished just before the president's positive test, and it showed by with a 14 point lead. That's the biggest and our polling and on the Sea Wall Street Journal going Going back to last summer, the summer 2019 between Biden Trump. So we can tell from that that the first debate certainly did not help President Trump by more than 2 to 1 margin. Respondents in our poll said that Joe Biden did a better job that made the president with a really awful fine here on this recent covert positive test on his diagnosis is certainly not helping him because it's pulled him off the campaign trail at the worst possible moment, and that's why he's that's why we see such an eagerness on his part to get out of the hospital, which he has said as you mentioned. He plans to do later on today. Right? I mean, there. It seems to be, though a risk that if his condition does worsen, he'll have to go back to the hospital. And that might not look any better might look worse in terms of the optics he wants to control. It's interesting in a number of fronts. It's a health risk to himself in the event that he were to get worse hospital, you know he wouldn't be in the hospital. Doctors wouldn't be around and have the facilities that could do it, Walter Reed to immediately tend to him. It's a risk to others because if he only tested positive several days ago It is pretty much a scientific and medical certainty that he still has it and will for several days to come. Who is going to come in contact with it going potentially infect them. And yes, it's a major risk to his. It's a gamble that he's taking. With regard to his presidential campaign and his political hopes, because if you were to suffer a setback of any kind, that would be devastating because it would again shine a light on his decision making throughout this process, whether it's you know whether it's been his policies on Kobe and his handling on a national scale or his decisionmaking personally, his refusal to wear masks at various instances is downplaying of the virus. The severity of it on multiple occasions. So tumultuous sounds quite accurate to describe the moment President Trump is in at this point. Yeah, Yeah. Still, he tweeted today? Don't be afraid of Cove. It don't let it dominate your life we have developed under the Trump administration, some really great drugs and knowledge. I feel better than I did 20 years ago. Could people see that as well? Evidence that he was right that Cove? It isn't that big of a deal, despite the fact that more than 200,000 Americans have died of it. But that they see him as a strong leader who can beat the odds of this of this disease. It's hard to see a message like, Don't be afraid of Kobe resonating when, as you pointed out, 200,000 people in the United States have died for it. Still, tens of thousands of people per day are reporting new infections and that pound just continues to rise. Foreign above. Any other comparable country in the developed world. You know that's sending out reliable information. So it's the other problem with that message is President Trump had Access to the best treatment in the world. Not everyone has that he was given an experimental drug cocktail that ordinary patients were called and positive would not necessarily have access to, some medical specialists said. That that was akin to doing the kitchen sink at the fish, But you don't you don't offer a drug cocktail like that, unless you think that there's a real problem and that the patient wasn't responding well to you, no ordinary treatment, so It's just difficult to see how this helps the president because it's part and parcel of what he's been doing all along, which is to downplay the severity of the virus. To say it'll go away to say it's not a big deal, and that message is not served him well so far. Yeah, well,

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Creating Anti-Racist Podcast Spaces 101

She Podcasts

06:39 min | 3 months ago

Creating Anti-Racist Podcast Spaces 101

"So this session is called creating anti-racist podcast spaces one a one and just so you know people in our group have been asking for this over and over and over again. So we are really excited that we're getting the chance to talk about it today. It's way overdue, but you know having your own Webinar after you just cancelled a bed and you know we're trying to do all things. So we're really grateful to be part of podcast to present this material. It's really important to us and it's unique and we're super excited. So you guys all know Elsie don't want introduce her but no, just kidding. Sorry Elsie. Escobar is my business partner in crime. She has worked for Lipson for Brazilian years. She is a podcasting pundit. She is an activist. She is a stay at home homeschooling. Crazy mountain dwelling go loving mom. And I love everything about her and then we've got madeline who created her platform and podcast a mad vox for creative ambitious were looking to reach their writing goals. She's also the managing editor for women of Color Podcasters, which is an exclusive inclusive community dedicated to improving the representation inclusion of women color in all aspects of the podcast industries of she is the perfect person to help us through this conversation and they intend Jia Jia is a storyteller coach business consultant when she's been featured in Brazilian places such as U. S., H. Day by soul, which I love the identity of she magazine and she focuses her time and helping busy and stressed women ditch. Create better health more happiness and finally heal their relationship with food and their bodies sign me up. She is the creator of the wellness podcast, the skinnier in and USA Today recognized podcast. That's what she did. Show that curates the stories of brilliant women. Thank you ladies so much for being here today I will let y'all get away Dino Marcus so much that was great and then. The little you segment. I. Love. All right I'm just GONNA pull up our presentation here so that we Can See where we are this worked out. Well, 'cause goes I don't know if I can create it so that everyone's looking at the screen, but luckily up to do nothing. So. Fi. Welcome everyone to creating anti-racist podcast faces one one. Thank you so much for signing up and joining us here. Today we have a short amount of time. So we're going to do our best to try to pack a lot of really useful actionable information into this time and still reserve some space to be end for questions. Just know if you don't get your question to ask today, don't worry you're welcome to contact me directly. I. Have A PDF. Takeaway for you that we put together that has our contact information on it and some useful places for you to continue your learning and help you and taking action in moving forward if I'm good. Good good. Get we've already been introduced. Hello Nice to meet you. Thank you for being here. Audible mention for Danielle. The Danielle is the founder of w women of Color podcasters network. She's also hosts the thought card podcast. She helps with this entire process and putting this together unfortunately, she could make it today. So Honorable Mention Danielle is here in spirits yes. Okay. So let's kick us off about what we're GonNa talk about and this is how you're gonNA know you're in the right states. So you're in the right place if your ready to authentically like from the heart shift or start creating anti-racist content in mmediately, we understand that this is a tough topic to take on that there's a lot of discomfort with it. It's OK discomfort your friend please know that this is a journey today we're. Here to help you learn how to start to systematize inclusivity in your podcast and the content that you're creating across all platforms. Please you're willing to be here know that you're going to have to be willing to step out of your comfort zone. We understand that it's uncomfortable. We're here to help guide you through that be prepared to make mistakes and. Learn. If you're cool with that, you are in the right place and again understand that this is a journey. It's not a destination. There are no easy answers. There are no quick fixes. What we're trying to be here to do today is to help you get started on that journey some questions that you might have and just support you along the way. So. If your still with us, thank you. We appreciate you being here. No hard feelings you're ready to opt out. That's your choice but if you're not with us, that's okay. You can sign off now. But if you're still here things you should know this is not a box checking expedition. We're not here to tell you the right things to. Say do so that you can check the box in and Bam done this journey. I can't emphasize that enough this does take time commitment. There are no quick fixes here. So if you're ready to start shifting your content if you're ready to start trying new things in your ready to learn new this process, it will take commitment from you it will take. Time is not going to be done by the end of this conference. Our hope here is that we're going to help you aim for sustainable and authentic change. It's going to everybody has a different starting point. It's GONNA look different for everybody but hopefully, we're all arriving at a place with our work that is equitable that is inclusive and that feels Good for for all of us on some level and a quick reminder, I can't emphasize this enough either discomforts is your friend. It means that you're growing. It means that you're trying and you're making mistakes that means the same thing. So just stay with it So before we really jump into the content, we want to bring your attention to some Some women specifically who are excellent people for you to know and to follow and learn from some of them are in the podcasting space. Currently, others are more in the equity inclusion world. But these are all women right here that have a lot to say on this topic they know a lot about this topic they're doing the work every single day, and we do call on many of them in their. Wisdom in this presentation and so take down there hamble start following them start learning from them

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Achilles and Patroclus in Modern Media

Queer as Fact

05:28 min | 3 months ago

Achilles and Patroclus in Modern Media

"A couple of episodes are discussed the mythological figures Achilles and Patrick lists and the depiction in ancient texts most notably in his Iliad I don't want to recap episode to thoroughly. So if that sounds interesting to you, I suggest you just go listen to that episode, but I will say a few things necessary background Achilles some. Patrick lists here is off the Trojan War, our break episode which depicted in the Iliad although there is genuinely some ambiguity as to the exact nature of their relationship in the Iliad their relationship is very intense and very important to the plot character arcs and emotional hot of that poll. What is not ambiguous is how their relationship is on the stood in the later Greek texts we discussed. So we discussed east glosses. Play the domes which survives only in fragments famous speech impetus symposium, Ace, Kaz courtroom speech against to Marcus all of which depict achilleas and Patrick lows in a sexual and romantic relationship. As we discussed earlier episode, those works stand relationship in a way that is anachronistic to the Iliad, but we nevertheless thought it was important to note that is reading is a very old an integral part of the evolution of the myth. That you can't really get away from if you're talking about them today speaking of the evolution of this myth, we also spent a bit of time talking about how although people generally appeal to Hermosa when discussing whether Achilles in Patrick Louis Wet. Really love this. Is True one canonical version of the myths in which they feature, and we would be doing them a disservice to understand as early as the real story and every following version as accurate or inaccurate by how it compares to that. I bring this up because it's very easy to find audibles and people talking about how modern adaptations on any good because then not accurate and these articles that generally quiet nitpicky and lazy, and I wanted to know this specifically. So we don't do that sort of thing ourselves. It's inevitable and desirable when adapting these myths into new mediums and feel like very different cultures than the original. That heard this man to make changes just it's necessary to on Seoul's materials while doing. So so we got a comment on differences here, but the compensation will be more like why those changes get made and do we think it works as opposed to just being like well in the Ilia? Data. So with that background out of the way, we're going to talk about Wolfgang Petersen's two thousand four, maybe Troy Madeline Milas to eleven novel the Sung Achilles and the twentieth eighteen BBC mini series story full of the city I think he ranked in the order of like worst to best in my opinion but okay, you may disagree. That was not why I decided to order them. In that way I just thought we'd chronologically but that's fine. I mean now that you said that you did it chronologically and I also view that as West best that makes me feel positive that maybe like an even better adaptation that I genuinely think is good it's coming to clear I don't love any of the music specifically. In seven years but will like no. Sorry in five years because they've come out every seven years how to for two thousand eleven two thousand eighteen. Cool. Okay. Nice. So. We'll be watching an amazing adaptation, the Trojan War with that we will love anyway. So we're going to begin with the to troy maybe the film for it was directed by Wolfgang, pay the send styles Brad Pitt Kilis who just a very two thousand thing to have. It was written by then relative newcomer David Benny off which explains why it's a bit of a dry run, the game of thrones. I that sounds up its vibe. I, was gonNA. Tell you some fun facts about this movie but I decided that they weren't that fun. I cut them all but I'm GONNA I kept one which I tell you solely because it might make you upset Australian. Fun Fact No it's not. So all of the actors in this speak in that accents with the exception of Eric Bana Rosebud, the to Australian actress who had told that they had to get rid of their accents. And I think that's disgusting screw you. Wolfgang. Petersen. I have no problem with like. Okay. You have to change accidents that doesn't sound like a fantasy will like I've whatever accent I have a problem with that and I mean like this some stuff to say about that. But if doing that because you want all your actors to have a consistent accent. Okay. But if you just hate the way Australians, tall, that's not acceptable. Garrett hedlund obvious American accent fine. But Eric Basil accent is absolutely illegal. Sorry. Thinking recompense the twenty twenty, five trae. Offers how the TROJANS are all. Star. I like it. Yeah. The film was commercially quite successful but received mixed reviews, which is frankly claimed more than it does those because it's a bad movie. I tried to watch this movie just like you know throughout my life. I've tried to watch this movie like three or four times. I've sat down in front of this film I've got like twenty minutes and I just can't do it. So. That's where I met with this. Okay Jason Do WanNA disagree and say it's a good movie. Nor I will say that like I don't think it's the worst movie like suddenly I watched this movie as a kid when it came out had no problems with a had some fun fight seines cool choreography some big actors doing fun things than having fun. I didn't really mind it and obviously now watching it I think it has some quite severe problems both as a movie analyzer adaptation I would certainly agree that it's the west of the three adaptations that we're GonNa talk about today. But then again, this is the point cost queers fact and it's not

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Reflections with Wye Oak

The Noise Pop Podcast

04:02 min | 4 months ago

Reflections with Wye Oak

"Welcome back to the noise podcast on host Adrian Spinelli coming to you from San Francisco California. We've been working on having the Band Wye Oak, join US different I studios this past march earn episode talking about some of the most memorable music they released over the past decade plus. But then the pandemic it towards got cancelled world fell apart you know the story goes. But. Now a few months later pleased to say that we've got JEN wosner, Andy Stack, Wyatt, joining US remotely. Of course, for the first installment. In the series, we're calling reflections. On reflections, artists will take us through musical points on timelines of their careers, listen to the songs and then talk about everything from production process songwriting anecdotes, emotions they were experiencing at the time writes stories you've never heard and a lot more. The past fifteen years why okay have been incredibly rewarding band across their sixth studio albums and more. While originally from Baltimore both Shannon Andy. North Carolina and they each have solo projects out as well. Flock of dimes Jen enjoy Arrow for Andy. It recorded had been a part of live ensemble bans on their lot. Of. Negro so Vanessa L. Lamb chop a co-produced suckers lunch the latest album from Oakland's madeline. Kenny, and there's a new OK. P called new horizon you the Brooklyn Youth Chorus Out July thirty first on merge records. We'll talking about that album and everything that came before. It's because it's been a winding road to get twenty twenty for why oak and we'll be circling that path throughout this episode. Reflections on the northbound. PODCAST. With. Okay, we're on the line with JEN wosner and Andy Stack of y Oke Jen's coming from your derm. Now is our in North Carolina where you're at. Yeah, close enough. I don't want to tell anyone any closer to be honest with you. Andy is in Delaware right now hanging on the beach Ojai I'm in Delaware yes. This is a series where were calling reflections. Hopefully, it's that the first of many installments into the series and we're going to go through some songs y okay. Songs through the years and I'm excited. Talk you guys. Welcome. Welcome to the northbound podcast. Thanks for having us. Thank you. As far as the reflections knows my thought of the name I just had the Diana Ross and the Supreme Song like China. A song playing in my head. I could somehow Ford the clearance to play that song on the podcast. It would. Right now sounds like you get you get a theme song already you're good to go. I. Know Right. If you WANNA hire us to do sound like that would be fine to why oh, covering reflections by Diana Ross and the supremes the sound alike, no one needs and nobody asked for. who well so let's let's talk a little bit here. You guys have definitely speaking of you guys have not settled at all you guys have been super busy the last three or four months here, and there's been there's been a lot of Wye Oak music coming out, we're going to play a couple of those songs. Are you both originally from Baltimore Yeah, we're both from Baltimore. We grew up about fifteen minutes away from one another and. Actually get this out of the way in the no horizon EP is out on July thirty first on merge records Y. Okay. IS A. Is a core merge band if you will you guys have been with merge since. Two thousand nine correct maybe even sooner. I think two, thousand, seven. Yeah. First record came out in two, thousand, two, thousand, six, hundred, thousand, seven I can't remember a long time ago.

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U.S. Navy's first Black female fighter pilot gets her Wings of Gold

NBC Nightly News

02:25 min | 4 months ago

U.S. Navy's first Black female fighter pilot gets her Wings of Gold

"Truly historic moment in the military the first African, American female fighter pilot just got her wings. But as Alice reports, there is still so much more to be done. After, years of preparation Lieutenant Madeline swagger is living her dream soared through barriers. Love the fast planes she's the first black female fighter pilot in the nearly one hundred, ten year history of naval aviation like feeling the exhilaration and getting back in the seat a little bit that was awesome on Friday. Lieutenants wiggle her wings of gold. She aimed high early inspired by her parents and they told me that I can be whatever I wanted to be and what she wanted to be what she saw we go see the blue angels in Town I. Don't remember specifically how old I was but. They were just so cool. I Love Them. To See Black Navy pilots. In fact, only one point nine percent of Navy aircraft fighting unit pilots are black this summer a special task force was created to address the issues of racism and sexism. We must work to identify and eliminate individual and systemic racism within our fours. I'm sorry to see that it has taken. So long to have more black women forty years ago Brinda Robinson was the first black. Woman Navy pilot what do you say to the naysayers who say well, they made it easier for you and now they've really made it easier for lieutenants Waigel. I was already flying airplanes before I got into the navy and the only reason why I was able to get there and that was my credential is far outweighed. Any of the guys that I was with I wish that we were saying Oh. Yeah. Just as another black woman whose line airplanes and she's a fighter pilot. Would retire top gun instructor says, it's Waigel a Naval Academy graduate deserves for. Wings. Handed out, you have to earn them certainly have to have the smarts to be able to be a tactical aviator. Awesome to for women who had never even been in an airplane before she joined the Navy I think that representation is important Because we are a very diverse nation, so I would like everyone to believe that they can achieve whatever they want to do. Now top of field flying high into history

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U.S. Navy's first Black female fighter pilot to receive her wings

KYW 24 Hour News

00:54 sec | 4 months ago

U.S. Navy's first Black female fighter pilot to receive her wings

"Navy's first black female tactical jet pilot received her wings of gold this week. It's a landmark feed she hopes will inspire others and also make that military branch more diverse. Her story from CBS News is Daniel back. It's lieutenant Junior grade. Madeline Squiggle is making history as the Navy's first black female tactical jet pilot. I am really honored that I get to wear the wings and fly planes and call myself a pilot hip hip. The Virginia native graduated from the U. S Naval Academy in 2017 before flight school. She had never even been in an airplane. There's really excited on takeoff, like feeling the exhilaration and getting thrown back in the seat a little bit. That was awesome. Currently, only 15 black female aviators serve in the Navy. Swagel hopes those numbers change.

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Germany: Garden search continues in McCann investigation

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:50 sec | 4 months ago

Germany: Garden search continues in McCann investigation

"Of a possible development in the Madeleine McCann investigation. Correspondent Frederik Pleitgen tells US police in Germany or conducting a search in a garden near the city of Hanover. Prosecutors still remaining fairly tight lipped about what exactly they're doing. What I am hearing, though, from German media is that they are using that excavator there, apparently moving a lot of things out of that garden actually put up a dumpster outside of it as well to sort of take things out what they have also done those. They've also put up screens to try and block the views. Obviously, people passing by the cameras, of course as well. Madeline was three years old when she went missing in 2007 well on vacation with her family in Portugal In June, Prosecutors in Germany told CNN they had some evidence that a man who had been imprisoned for an unrelated crime had killed the child, but there was not enough evidence. To file charges.

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"madeline" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk Indie Film

Sci-Fi Talk Indie Film

05:17 min | 5 months ago

"madeline" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk Indie Film

"Cyborg relations. Name more. Hi, I'm Angel Kobe I take one of it and then I this is really buoyant I. Plead Pippen and Lord of the Rings and you're listening. Thank top railroad and prosper, and we're talking about we tomorrow with Madeline Kennedy and in as a now, did you? You're listed as director digital all six episodes, so I share the the workload with donnybrook he was. Ruined burkes yeah, he directed the and then I directed the episodes throughout two thousand sixteen to now, so he's involvement. was back when she was. A lot of the content that we read. From the feature of the episodes is his, which is why the citizen director, but the majority of the content throughout the exercises all Turkey by me some the newest and twenty. I've talked to a few actors who say that could never drag something that they're in. So kind of tell us your experience about it. An insane ride wearing many hats I think. Trough. Is Incredibly Chow Yeah. It is a challenge, but it's also fun I. I live for the Thrill of having to trouble. Shoot on the fly, and I kind of love swapping those hats around very much time it was probably difficult, and I should have had more people. In those roles, but I think the other time the rest of the Times I. Look at it like this is a challenge. And I'm living off and I can't wait to say that. I did this going to set my mind to so I. think that the challenged out were offset by the actual the victory. Now I'm feeling of having finished something that I started, and it's now proved to be worth it because even though everyone was crazy to try and attempt it I did it, and now I'm here and I basically created a series the first of its kind. especially out of Australia icon on so humbled, you have quite a few cinematographers, and I would think them work with Darwin, or at least one or two of them did, but you work with the rest, and what's that like having a different cinematographer in each and they pretty much are. They had a bring their own experiences. How did that go kind of unifying all those other different talented people to to produce something you want it. We was morrow is an unconventional show so I think that we have the strength of unconventional styles in shooting in the way we've done things in the way we've made this product. But cinematography I'm actually enjoying the diversity because it allowed me to take the strength of full very. Very different DP's over the following years and merged them together in a way that works for the different lifetime because they each have strength that play to the specific time so because we deal with. The Wild West..

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"madeline" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk Indie Film

Sci-Fi Talk Indie Film

05:19 min | 5 months ago

"madeline" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk Indie Film

"Brewer and welcome to sci-fi Talk Hi this is Tony Tomato, and today's episode. We Have Madeline Candy in. She is really the driving force behind a project called. We were tomorrow. This is an ambitious project and. God bless you even attempting to. Take this on. Thank you know I, think well I wanted to tell a story that explored multiple lifetimes and really kind of captured that sci fi fantasy, world and prove that it could be done on a more innovative budget, and so that was kind of weird so sodded, and yes, it has been incredibly ambitious. people have thought that mice nasty at times been somewhat a little crazy, but yeah I. Got Thing go hot. Oh, go high and like wearing. Them Up. Yeah this is great. I love period pieces are altered history, and just the production design and the. Costumes and everything the different time periods. I guess it was a lot of planning and kind of mapping out what this world was going with. These worlds were all lifetime for going to be actually out stories, a little unique I wrote it back in June twenty fifteen, and basically pulled some incredibly creative people together, and we had this created by filming. Filming actually in November two thousand fifteen, so we had a very quick pre-production. It's just because I just couldn't see this world so vividly in my mind and I just joined a lot of people together who saw that vision to, and so we started creating the film back in two thousand sixteen at the end of it, and then the beginning of two. Two Thousand Sixteen. There was a lot of market interest for actually to be expanded as television sharks, and so we automatically were already independence, so that idea may was going to be another whole level of challenges, but I thought well one rise meet the market interests, and so throughout two thousand sixteen to two thousand eighteen, we went across basically the world, and just filmed pickups and additional scenes and extra content with incredible filmmakers, and from across the globe in Australia, China, Thailand and the US, and now we are in post production with a six pot sci-fi fantasy TV series that we just launched it comic con, so it's insane. That's fantastic to hear that, so let's kind of get everybody on board with. So the first episode Eden we will see in November. A meteor destroys our beloved earth rotation and then. You're taking these. This group of people is taken to an alternate world and they're given fee. Lifetime's for salvation, but they learn something, don't they?.

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Change is coming to college athletics

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

01:19 min | 6 months ago

Change is coming to college athletics

"Florida governor Ron de Santis has signed a bill allowing college athletes in the state to profit from their name and likeness to be able to get some some extra financial assistance you know that could make a huge difference in somebody being able to really fulfill their education and their athletics in a way that that removes a lot of burdens from them it goes into effect next year more people riding trains and there are more cars on the streets in the city the state return of life to New York city's economy is also bringing something else back East River bridges an increase of seventeen percent over the course of a week Harlem river bridges an increase of fourteen percent Madeline's zero says subway ridership is up twenty five percent bus ridership twenty three percent Staten Island ferry thirty one percent Staten Island ferry you're going to see that social distancing you guys see it marked to show people where to set where not to sit meanwhile phase two begins Monday in New Jersey our restaurants will be able to re open for out door dining and are nonessential retail stores will be able to once again welcome customers back inside and a week from Monday personal care services open the governor also says the state is taking legal action against Asbury park for allowing indoor dining Murphy adding we have one set of

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New suspect identified in 2007 disappearance of Madeleine McCann

WBBM Early Afternoon News

00:35 sec | 6 months ago

New suspect identified in 2007 disappearance of Madeleine McCann

"New developments in the thirteen year disappearance of Madeleine McCann the British toddler vanished from her bedroom in Portugal while on vacation with her family correspondent Iain Lee says German and British police announced a new suspect in the case the forty three year old male suspect is currently serving time in prison for sexual contact with underage girls and German media reports the rape of an American tourist in two thousand and five investigators believe the suspect lived near the resort where the McCann family was staying phone records place them in the area of the night Madeline was abducted thirteen years ago

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"madeline" Discussed on The Big Ones

The Big Ones

07:02 min | 7 months ago

"madeline" Discussed on The Big Ones

"The production took turn to one daily. Big Make One. I got another. Oh Damn it. I'm not trying to be cute. You are whatever you're doing it's working so I'm Maria and that's Amanda and this is the big one daily big ones and this is a would you rather addition with you guessed it. Amanda two more sisters. I love sisters. Should I open? The Gates opened the gates. Let them in. Hello there's Angela and Madeleine guy here. Oh that's a beautiful blue behind. You thank you we I chose the scholar so thanks Brusca. She's an artist so she's got a good got an office both have nice estate. You have aesthetically pleasing backgrounds painting. Thank you we talked about what our backgrounds would be before. Wow although this is what I have for work so like I have to think about it. You know yeah so you to our sisters Madeleine or madeline madeline and you're Italian. We are side Yama. Ooh You know Marie I'm Italian. I'm Italian Oh yeah where you all zooming in from I'm in Silverlake an I'm in Massachusetts so south west of Boston. We're having a family reunion. This was very fun. We we don't get to see each other as much as we should right now. Have you all been zooming a since the epidemic? Yeah we have a weekly family. We have two other siblings so we have a weekly on choosing our mom. Yeah Texas at seven o'clock in the morning eastern standard time to make sure that we are on time for the eight. Pm Eastern Standard Time Chat every so nice. Where are you all from originally bullet Austria? Nice and our parents are still there. Sisters their brothers in Brooklyn owning the globe. Wow what are you all you want? Just tell us what makes you tick or give us a fun factor. Say what you do. Y- yeah yeah I will okay. I work at a food and wine store. And what is it? Tell Us Okay. Plug. It's called DOCO and it's an Italian fashion. You score. Yes it it's really. It's I'm not working right now because of safety issues and everything. But it's the best store in the world if you like food and wine and they're open right now and they're giving everyone gloves and their one. Cicle SOFA DOPE Lavoro D. O. O. L. A. V. R. God. Yes please. I'm already just looked at a photo and this is already. This is look at all those cheeses. My boyfriend is obsessed with cheese. His dream job would be to be a professional cheese. Should be to like not like a cheese man. Were they called? She's longer and longer. What's a cheese monger? It's like a small for wine or cheese. I mean we have a cheese monger and had kids is. Can't he just apply in her? Have you have to go to schools cheese mongering school? I think so. Don't you studying? I think she gets trained. Blog at Murray's cheese and New York or something for a long time a lot. I should give that to him for his birthday like a cheese. Mongering Class Oh I'm sure there are classes yes there. So she's there's a lot to learn. It's crazy more than wine. It's great suggestions for wine and cheese fulfill it out. Oh my God really this is we got a gun the my thought on the website and and I love it. Oh my God along. It's a great little neighborhood. How cute all right. Well we'RE GOING TO BE EATING THERE. So maybe you give our names to the to the front desk and we come in. We'll go. We know Angela so hook us up to kick ass. I think they like me so yeah I think pay good. Don't burn any bridges. Okay Madeline Lynn. I am sales manager for an online retail store and What is it there guys are so you say gee about the hair? I've done away therapy before overrule And we are. Our team deals exclusively with interior designers. So it's been pretty fund work on those projects have a great team. Everybody's super awesome so I can't complain cool. That's really cool. A team to be able to say I've got a great team Crazy to me and madeleine are wearing the same color shirt this is true. Isn't that weird? Yeah on you guys muster not a good color for blonde but the Italians. You guys have the dark hair. They're all skin of the yellow contrast. Yeah you and your your Scandinavian Ping to be honest. I actually and you guys are going to say I'm lying because I'm wearing pink right now so I look pink but I actually have all of undertones skeleton. Thank y'all do I do have all of undertone so just keep that in. Mind when you're talking to me. Lift up your shirt. Got All its strapped to her belly into the Italian market. We brought you can replenish.

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"madeline" Discussed on Free Cookies

Free Cookies

13:39 min | 7 months ago

"madeline" Discussed on Free Cookies

"But springer on here's Madden Madeline Miller taught and tutored Latin Greek and Shakespeare to high school students for over fifteen years. She is also the author of the Song of Achilles which was her first novel and one that Twenty Twelve Orange Prize for fiction and was a New York Times bestseller and then her follow up. Sursee was an instant number one New York Times bestseller we are joined with. Madeline Miller and I just short of doing the whole fan girl thing. I don't think I can explain how excited I am. Because you have written to my favorite books of all time and we will definitely be discussing those but madeline what I really want to ask you first off before we get into your novels you are. You teach the classics Greek Shakespeare to high school students and direct Shakespeare. Plays my correct and asking you. Can you give us the lowdown on like what you're up to my addition for your place on look first of all thank you so much for having me and for those very very kind words I am very thrilled to be here. So yes I not teaching currently because I have two young kids and also trying to write full time and do some amount of although not anymore book but I was doing some some traveling and doing some talks and so unfortunately teaching in high school is completely incompatible with travelling or regular travel schedule so something had to go and sadly was teaching But I I do hope to to come back to it one day because I absolutely loved it in the years I spent in the classroom in the years I spent directing Shakespeare plays. Were so incredibly creatively fruitful. They were so inspiring and honestly I think I learned everything I know about storytelling from directing place. They definitely go yet. Yeah we'll probably jump all over the place there. Since you mentioned that right there I did. I had read it. I think acumen a that. You did where. You're talking about teaching highschoolers in theater and how interesting it was to watch. Those kids be able to explore parts of their emotion. That might not be allowed to be expressed just in the everyday high school culture so and you said it was incredibly fruitful. Can you elaborate on what you learned from that process? Sure Well it was such a privileged first of all to get to do that kind of work where you know. I felt like I was through these roles in Shakespeare. You know getting to witness students sort of try. Something new grow in new ways but I think part of what I really learned from storytelling or a craft perspective If the place really they'll if they are not tight and we used to sometimes backstage post things that said faster faster. Louder Louder Which you know just to remind actors right before they went on And when you when you pause on the stage you know a five second is basically like minus love being our in terms of how it feels for the audience so you have to really use those pauses. You have to keep your pacing up and so I feel like just working true that pacing and that sort of feeling of each scene has to have an arc but it also has to have this forward momentum with the whole play you know each kind of felt like a chapter and so just practicing that over and over and over again working with you know plays that are incredibly well written and you know amazingly brilliantly characterized already and just kind of me getting to go into those and and play with them and train execute them With amazing practice it felt like working out my storytelling. Every time I was doing it although that was not the intention at the time but I think back on it. I think that's what I was doing. I guess I'll teach this. It'll help me with my writing. It is amazing how timeless Shakespeare is and how so many iterations as a director of what how what direction you want to share the story if you want modern twist on Romeo and Juliet or you want to do it in the traditional structure Elizabeth an era and a see that in your writing as well as with especially when you have the classics in this timeless Greek mythology. But you bring it into this beautiful modern language where the reader can feel like. They're going on this magical ride. That might be representative of a woman trying to find herself in society today at the same time and that actually did not lead into my question. I'm just thinking right now but my question. Did you ever act? Did you ever perform Shakespeare Yourself? Did you just direct it? I am I have. This is gonNA sound strange but I have terrible stagefright whenever he begins someone else's words if I'm going up to do a presentation I'm okay with that but I'm I've taken you kind of acting courses where you had to do a scene or two for the group and I have never been more terrified in my life but you monologue on your instagram. Think of as the monologue was. It truly is in Cressida that you put up on your instagram it yet. I was so excited that you did that and I've been meaning to do that myself. I feel like I have a little bit of stage by about that too because it's been so long since I've performed Shakespeare inspired me so you might not have as much as you think just staying it. I wasn't fully. Enacting is a little bit but I wasn't doing the full so that was how I managed to avoid panicking about it because I will. I'll let you ask your question Catherine but I. I think that the one thing that I would never want to do. If we're excluding like really treacherous things is to stand up on a stage in. Pretend I'm a comedian? Like if I have to do like a fifteen minute comedy routine. That would be the pinnacle of fear for me. I don't know how a lot of people probably I don't think you're little you meet some people who are like whatever I mean. If people don't laugh they don't laugh. Don't laugh it's not okay. So yes that is so crushing of it. So you're more time writing now and we read that. It took ten years to write the song of Achilles and I also read somewhere that after five years. You completely scratched your manuscript. Does that do we have our facts right true? That is absolutely true. That is true terrifying madeline. That's terrifying ten years Trojan war with was ten years. And you wanted you with really. I was like cost claiming that I know I. It was not planned. the ten year thing. It was yeah I can now sort of talk about it more lightly but at the time it was really terrible. Terrible feeling because it was the ceiling of. I know that this is wrong. I don't know how to fix it. Maybe I can't fix it and I just have to sit with this thing. I've poured myself into for five years and realized that maybe I can't do it and so at the moment I decided to take a writing course over the summer. So there's this wonderful writing course called the New York State Summer Writer's institute which is held at skidmore and they have a lot of wonderful teacher. Is They have a lot of wonderful writers who come in and give talks so I was really excited. I had never done anything like that before. I had no really formal writing training. I had kind of mentioned only talk about giving herself a masters in creative writing sort of on the side and I. I don't know if I can claim to have a masters but I I definitely you know all my writing stuff came from reading books on writing written by writers. I never show any classes and so this is the first time I had really tried to take a class in writing and I was so upset about this whole failed novel. What I saw the failed novel that I didn't even take a fiction courses. I took nonfiction and I was able through sort of going back to nonfiction and taking a break and finding that you know I could put two sentences together maybe In another context I sort of got the courage to go back to song of Achilles and the truth is i. You know I had this sort of very strange relationship to be Kelly's because on one hand I had this career that I absolutely loved I loved teaching and I love Directing Shakespeare plays and yet I had this part of me. That just couldn't let this go just could not let patroclos historic go and Even when I was at my you know my most depressed our about it. I still couldn't just fully give up when you went back to it after the skidmore class by the way lived in Saratoga Springs for a number of years. So I know skidmore will you? It's it's such a beautiful area when you went. You went back to the manuscript were you. Were you renovating it or did you just say that that happened? And I wrote that and I'm GONNA keep that in my mind and I'm going to start from word one so it was. This was this long period of self delusion So what happened. Was that actually while I was at the New York. State some writers institute the First Line of Song of Achilles as it now stands popped into my brain one day and so I ran home back to my dorm room and I typed out and I basically tied to the first shop door kind of as it almost as it ended up being And then I was sort of afraid and I put it away and took a little break from it and then when I got to it I kept thinking. Well this this first chapter is strong and I'll just have to make a few adjustments to the second chapter and then probably everything will be fine and so then I changed the second chapter and then I thought well now just there are few things that don't quite competent third chapter but after that I won't have to change anymore and doing all the way through the manuscript eventually rewrote every word. And that's what needed to happen. But I think if I had said like you have to rewrite every word I that just would have been too much for my brain to comprehend so. I should've lied to myself. Along the way that there was gonNA come some point. I wouldn't have to rewrite everything so did you. When you finally released the song of Achilles did you have any foresight or expectations or inklings about the massive level of success and accolades. This book Garner. Absolutely not not at all I was when I had sent out my query letters to agents out something eighty letters and I had gotten seventy eight four like immediate rejection. This is not interesting wind when people are angry. I was really like. Wow the mark no one is interested in and I was very fortunate that one of the agents who did get back to me was one of my top top choices and she has just been amazing. This is Julie Barer at the book. Group She is so brilliant. She is such a true lover of stories so she was able to to match me up with a wonderful wonderful editor but given my experience with that. Whole Process. I would definitely not thinking and and I had some really good friends who when I told them what the subject of the novel was. Their eyes glazed over so I was not I I was thinking well at least they will know that I did this story. All the justice I was capable of doing it. And if only my mom buys you know my mom bites hilty copies and that's it. I guess at least it's out there. You mentioned in your previous answer that you ran home from whatever class. You're you know you're in the writer's institute and sat down and wrote the first chapter and it in things I've read it. Sounds like running and walk. Taking walks have played a part in your rhythms. And and routine for. For how you how you right What and for listeners. Who probably haven't read this piece. You know you Madeleine. You can share. Just that you wrote your first manuscript you would like gopher run and they come home and sit down and write. Yep and then you kind of peel back and now you kind of incorporate you know wh- however that looks for you. Can you explain to us kind of what those rhythms of writing for you now? Sure I definitely need a workout at some point in the middle of my writing day because I start with a certain amount of energy and then I really I I will start to hit a wall with whatever working on either in the micro level dealing with sentences or the macro level sort of not knowing what a character is doing feeling like I can't quite get the rhythm of conversation And so I'll go for a walk or I'll go for a run or I'll go on actually destroyed my Destroyed my knee in high school doing that running on that manuscript so I don't run very much anymore. Mostly I found elliptical..

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"madeline" Discussed on NBC's Songland Podcast

NBC's Songland Podcast

03:33 min | 8 months ago

"madeline" Discussed on NBC's Songland Podcast

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"madeline" Discussed on NBC's Songland Podcast

NBC's Songland Podcast

02:09 min | 8 months ago

"madeline" Discussed on NBC's Songland Podcast

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"madeline" Discussed on NBC's Songland Podcast

NBC's Songland Podcast

01:42 min | 8 months ago

"madeline" Discussed on NBC's Songland Podcast

"My experience on Song was incredible. I mean you've got frigging Ryan tetter like it's insane like you'd ask any songwriter. Like who their favorite writers are and Ryan tighter going to be on that list. He so iconic he wrote Halo then. Ester Dean is like the Queen of the female perspective she so inspiring to me is a young female writer. You know she's the voice of Riana and Arianna `Grande and like massive stars and Shane actually is a so weird but my friend got a job working kind of like a coordinator at Chains Publishing House in Nashville called smack in when she first started there she was like. There's a box of like Old Shane. Merch. Do you want because she knew. He's like my favorite songwriter of all time. And says she brought me a key chain and I was like dope and so I had his face hanging on my keys in every single right I thought it would just be inspiring to have you know him with me. I guess as like I told the story to. I'm like don't get a whatever a restraining order on me. I promise like I. The normal person like everything that she's done from Casey Musk's to Sam hunt two brothers Osborne. It's always like boundary pushing and always out of the box and so great like. I think some of the stuff. He's entered just masterpieces and then. Lady antebellum. I've seen them live like I'm such a huge fan of them as abandoned. I've heard just incredible things about them as people so it really felt like a dream come true just having the opportunity to stand in front of so many people admire. I mean walking out. My hands are like shaking. My Name's madeline low. What Song Songs? You bring to my song is called. I'll drink to that. Let's hear it..

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"madeline" Discussed on NBC's Songland Podcast

NBC's Songland Podcast

05:43 min | 8 months ago

"madeline" Discussed on NBC's Songland Podcast

"That. Was the amazing lady antebellum letting us a little further into the magic of songwriting the way they do it. So now we're going to hear from the talented young writer who won this episode of Song Land. Miss Madeline Merlot. Madeleine came in with her song I'll drink to that. And we all were floored. Just amazing voice, amazing songwriter, amazing young lady, and you could tell the hunger within her willing to collaborate at the drop of a dime and giving her baby to us to even explore what could be better. What way you sing, something different, and and I remember shame coming up with this champagne. Concept and I'm like wow, like we all understood. That was the tagline and I love how madeline was so open for that collaboration and it landed her the win. So without further deal here to tell you in her own words in her own story to lovely.

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"madeline" Discussed on NBC's Songland Podcast

NBC's Songland Podcast

05:12 min | 8 months ago

"madeline" Discussed on NBC's Songland Podcast

"Perfect. Scattered along. And then I had. In the. If I ever caution. US! And then I had and. I need you..

US death toll from the virus eclipses China's official count

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 8 months ago

US death toll from the virus eclipses China's official count

"In queens New York Madeline Luna's feeling the impact anxiety depression governor Andrew Cuomo knows how she feels his brother CNN host Chris has the virus we're all anxious we're all tired he's pleading for more medical help India's state which is seen more than fifteen hundred people die in Chicago rush university medical center's Brady Scott worries about what happens when cases spike my biggest concern is running out of equipment as the pandemic spreads Texas congressman Pete Olson says the message is simple stay at home global calls it social stamina and discipline we know what to do we just have to do it Sager mag ani Washington

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US death toll from the virus eclipses China's official count

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 8 months ago

US death toll from the virus eclipses China's official count

"In queens New York Madeline Luna's feeling the impact anxiety depression governor Andrew Cuomo knows how she feels his brother CNN host Chris has the virus we're all anxious we're all tired he's pleading for more medical help India's state which is seen more than fifteen hundred people die in Chicago rush university medical center's Brady Scott worries about what happens when cases spike my biggest concern is running out of equipment as the pandemic spreads Texas congressman Pete Olson says the message is simple stay at home global calls it social stamina and discipline we know what to do we just have to do it Sager mag ani Washington

Madeline Luna Andrew Cuomo Chris India Chicago Rush University Medica Brady Scott Pete Olson New York CNN Texas Congressman Ani Washington
US death toll from the virus eclipses China's official count

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 8 months ago

US death toll from the virus eclipses China's official count

"In queens New York Madeline Luna's feeling the impact anxiety depression governor Andrew Cuomo knows how she feels his brother CNN host Chris has the virus we're all anxious we're all tired he's pleading for more medical help India's state which is seen more than fifteen hundred people die in Chicago rush university medical center's Brady Scott worries about what happens when cases spike my biggest concern is running out of equipment as the pandemic spreads Texas congressman Pete Olson says the message is simple stay at home global calls it social stamina and discipline we know what to do we just have to do it Sager mag ani Washington

Madeline Luna Andrew Cuomo Chris India Chicago Rush University Medica Brady Scott Pete Olson New York CNN Texas Congressman Ani Washington
US death toll from the virus eclipses China's official count

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 8 months ago

US death toll from the virus eclipses China's official count

"In queens New York Madeline Luna's feeling the impact anxiety depression governor Andrew Cuomo knows how she feels his brother CNN host Chris has the virus we're all anxious we're all tired he's pleading for more medical help India's state which is seen more than fifteen hundred people die in Chicago rush university medical center's Brady Scott worries about what happens when cases spike my biggest concern is running out of equipment as the pandemic spreads Texas congressman Pete Olson says the message is simple stay at home global calls it social stamina and discipline we know what to do we just have to do it Sager mag ani Washington

Madeline Luna Andrew Cuomo Chris India Chicago Rush University Medica Brady Scott Pete Olson New York CNN Texas Congressman Ani Washington
US death toll from the virus eclipses China's official count

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 8 months ago

US death toll from the virus eclipses China's official count

"In queens New York Madeline Luna's feeling the impact anxiety depression governor Andrew Cuomo knows how she feels his brother CNN host Chris has the virus we're all anxious we're all tired he's pleading for more medical help India's state which is seen more than fifteen hundred people die in Chicago rush university medical center's Brady Scott worries about what happens when cases spike my biggest concern is running out of equipment as the pandemic spreads Texas congressman Pete Olson says the message is simple stay at home global calls it social stamina and discipline we know what to do we just have to do it Sager mag ani Washington

Madeline Luna Andrew Cuomo Chris India Chicago Rush University Medica Brady Scott Pete Olson New York CNN Texas Congressman Ani Washington
US death toll from the virus eclipses China's official count

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 8 months ago

US death toll from the virus eclipses China's official count

"In queens New York Madeline Luna's feeling the impact anxiety depression governor Andrew Cuomo knows how she feels his brother CNN host Chris has the virus we're all anxious we're all tired he's pleading for more medical help India's state which is seen more than fifteen hundred people die in Chicago rush university medical center's Brady Scott worries about what happens when cases spike my biggest concern is running out of equipment as the pandemic spreads Texas congressman Pete Olson says the message is simple stay at home global calls it social stamina and discipline we know what to do we just have to do it Sager mag ani Washington

Madeline Luna Andrew Cuomo Chris India Chicago Rush University Medica Brady Scott Pete Olson New York CNN Texas Congressman Ani Washington
"madeline" Discussed on Mission Daily

Mission Daily

03:49 min | 9 months ago

"madeline" Discussed on Mission Daily

"And they're certainly people are talking about it. It's certainly something that I talk about a lot to our clients about because I think it's important. Nonprofits are applying two hundred two hundred different grants in a year. A grant can take them a few hours to ten hours. Two weeks people procrastinate. They worry that percent rate over filling out these things. How do we simplify that so that it can be one too many and many to one and I think McCarthy has done a very exciting thing they have one hundred and change? And that's incredible. You know all these people are sending incredible proposals to them and only one hundred million dollars right. What happens to all of those? They've created a whole new division. That's now matching those up with high net worth individuals because there are great new things that are happening so again thinking about. How do we help nonprofit and not burden them? How do you help those that you're trying to serve and so I think that to me on the horizon if we can meet that then we're going to deploy those resources much better and really see the kind of change that we wanna see in the world? The common application seems like it could speed up everything in the space. Be The key piece of the flywheel or to descend. If you're listening fascinated happen. Yeah for sure Mallon. Thank you so much for being generous with your time. And thank you with everything you've achieved at flex that's really exciting and important work. Claudine let you close it out. But I'm curious to know. What is your dream pitch that you want to get in your inbox for salesforce impact fund? And now you focus on workforce development equality sustainability in the social sector. But what's your ideal email that doesn't make you cringe? That makes you just like stand up here Ho boy. That's a good question because we do get a lot of e mail pitches. I think first of all you know we're always happy to take a look at a cold email. We typically get warm introductions but in the spirit and intention of really trying to democratize access to capital you can find us over linked to and you can send us emails and always happy to take a look at an idea. I laid to tell founders. You know before you pitch someone do a little bit of research ahead of time so that you know whom you're pitching and what they are fun. Mondays we you know aren't going to look at a consumer beauty company even if there's maybe a social impact element to it because we are an enterprise software company that invested enterprise software. So do a little bit of Legwork. In once you know you're squarely in that fun sates. Does it need to be particularly long. Wordy but it should be. It should grab you. It should be pissy with compelling story about not only a very large market a business opportunity but also potential for real measurable True Impact Outcomes to Madeleine's point about that key holy grail of getting actual outcomes that have meaningful and lasting effect on society or the world. So I always want to see a founder who can come and articulate the business opportunity the market but also really be thoughtful about the impact so if you're pitching impact investor. Make sure you are really well prepared to talk about impact and that wraps up. Today's interview on impact investing. Thank you so much madeline and Claudine for joining us and everyone listening. We'll see you next time as a small business owner in ultra competitive silicon valley. I used to worry about losing my top talent. I don't anymore and here's what I figured out how to offer access to a bus benefits like a big company does but I couldn't do it all on my own. That's where China came in. China helps tens of thousands of small and medium-sized businesses across the US with HR and provide you with topnotch industry tailored service or your HR needs. If you're building a business you know you need a great tea trinet is your team for HR and when you choose China you'll help support independent media like mission daily.

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"madeline" Discussed on Mission Daily

Mission Daily

08:41 min | 9 months ago

"madeline" Discussed on Mission Daily

"That and hundreds more that I talk about. It's just super fun to be part of that. And it sounds exciting. Like the last mile and getting empowering so many local decision makers that's Definitely sounds like things are changing in that Space Claudine. I'm curious are there any favorite investments whether you've recently lead them or maybe in the past that you'd like to talk about? I'm a mother so I can't play favorites but my children and my portfolio companies we have are really great portfolio companies. That were very excited about fluxes. One of them and it's great to be sitting here across the madeline in this podcast. But because you already know about what flex does. I'll take an opportunity to share a story about another portfolio company of ours. Our recent investment that we made in a company called Sawa source says. I'm a sources are really amazing. Story of a Social Enterprise. I think was far ahead of its time. It was founded by Lila Janna at a time. When the idea of attack oriented company serving people in the bottom of the pyramid and east Africa was wild to Silicon Valley venture capitalists and so she actually founded this company with donor dollars as a nonprofit because you can attract. Vc funding at the time and her thesis here was there was an explosion of digital work. She was watching Silicon Valley. Go through you know a new tech boom and at the same time. There are people in other quarters little world who are not able to access this. This new world of opportunity and yet had a lot of talent in so she founded this company to employ people from low income backgrounds in east Africa from Kenya. Uganda specifically training them on data classification and tagging and ultimately built a nice revenue stream with some of the largest companies in the world doing work for their AI and M. L. models and it became so successful. She realized she needed to bring in eventually venture capital. She needs to be able to continue to compete in that market and so we participated in their series a raise last year which was a spin off of a for profit entity from the nonprofit but the nonprofit in a really interesting twist remains a shareholder in so we'll benefit ultimately you know from the successes of the for profit that's fascinating so it's very cool to see that. I mean you don't hear stories of corporate venture arms being that flexible or allowing like an Esoteric Spin off from the nonprofit. That's a that's really exciting. And if we look at the space maybe over the next five years is there anything on the horizon that you're that you see coming or that you wish more people knew about Alan. I think it's really more of an approach that I see coming. You know again. There's this confluence of old established foundations and there are a lot of new foundations. So there's a lot of history that's very very important and then new sinking in and merging these two things together but I think one of the most exciting things about philanthropy is that it's a very collaborative environment is not. You're not competing right. These you know I was on the phone with about ten foundations this morning in New York City. So they're in a room together talking and we're having these conversations so you're not dealing with clients that are competitive with each other through but I think they're working together and then what's very important is to see. How do you get not just them working with the nonprofits? Which of course they do their funding those nonprofits but to balance that out and really kind of democratize that because there is a differential. They're right. The foundations have money than on Prophets. Were seeking it and similar to being you know. Vc IN A STARTUP. So you've got the power differential. And I think you know kind of having that collaboration and really providing for that is going to be very very important and I think it's really about creating a true network where you know. The givers are able to find the funders that are able to find the nonprofits that fit their narrative as well as nonprofits or able to find the right funders and so I think as we look forward to the future. What we really want to do is power that you know. Ability for the givers doers to find each other and also to collaborate more effectively because again these are systemic problems. That are going to require a lot of working together you know. They're not point problems and they can't have point solutions. We WanNA take a quick time out to thank Trinet for sponsoring independent media like mission daily. When you're growing your business you'll need to solve all kinds of HR challenges and you'll need China. Tried that gives you expert advice on. Hr compliance attracting top talent. And I do efficiently outsourced. Hr Get started now by checking out. China's free guides at tried net dot com slash E. Guide to learn more about how to tackle these issues. Now let's jump back into today's episode as citing the here that everyone's collaborating which yeah and businesses not the norm so very exciting Claudine. When you think about the future of the work you do or maybe where you see that in five ten or even twenty years anything that you can share with us about your vision. Well love to see US. Continue to do more. Invesments grow the Fund and as already mentioned. I really would love to build a movement. I love to build this field for other corporate venture arms to create true dedicated impact funds. And we've already seen a couple examples of this and and it won't take credit for any but we're just really excited to welcome them into the fold. So the most recent announcement was city which earlier in January announced the launch one hundred and fifty million dollar impact fund which is a lot of money so really thrilled to see financial giant Lake City with that sort of France stamp of approval. Come in with an impact fund prior to that. We all sue sauce. Blunk come out with side by side. One hundred million dollar venture fund with another fifty million dollar Impact Fund. So it's first foray into venture also included dedicated. Impact Fund. I love that and then we saw Pearson launched a fifty million dollar fund. So the more the merrier. I'm throwing this podcast so others might hear the story and reach out to us. But there's a lot of power and you know the good that a corporate can do. So that's what we hope for. Show to spunk. They're one of our clients and yeah excellent partner but they're definitely making big moves in space and when we think about culture and these aren't traditional enterprises or traditional venture funds businesses. How do you think about culture? Madeline is does it differ from the places you've worked before. And how are you building? The culture of flux. Why didn't culture is critical? I mean it's something that you want to build and you have to pay attention to it because it's kind of like Ad Petri dish it will grow like true culture it will grow all over the walls and not pretty directions. If you don't pay attention to it I do think that social enterprises are a little bit different or even when you look at what. Claudine is doing and what sells horses doing day are doing that with social in mind and I think that's an important part of that and again if we can bring more people into it but building that culture and really thinking about you know for us were very mission driven or not a company. That's trying to work in ten different sectors. We only service the philanthropic sector both the grant makers in the grant seekers so our team is very dedicated to that and really wants to do and make change for good in the world and our customer success and their successes with their clients are successes. That's how we measure what we're doing. So that's why we're super excited and we see you know in two thousand eighteen seven point. Two billion there was a lot. There are multiple billions more coming through in twenty one thousand nine. So when you start to see that happen. It's super exciting. But on the culture side. It's there are other pieces to that really about you know diversity and inclusion and really bringing in getting more minds to look at something if if you're all have the same perspective you know that's not going to be helpful and it's not you do want people with the same values because that's super important to understand you know transparency really caring about the customer. I all of those things that we care about. We want to have individuals with those values. But if you go to our website you're going to see a very diverse page. I've worked in the valley for decades. And you know it always was me and the boys and now we've got about fifty percent women. In our company we have people from different countries different ethnicities and. Were very very proud of that. I think we can still do better. But that's important to our client base. They're also looking at their own contribution to that and you know I learned from a few of them. They've done these series on diversity inclusion. We had somebody come in and do that with our team. Even though we feel like we are paying attention that you just don't understand your own unconscious bias. That's why it's unconscious so I think really elevating that game and asking other people to do that. And I love.

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"madeline" Discussed on Newcomers: Star Wars, with Lauren Lapkus & Nicole Byer

Newcomers: Star Wars, with Lauren Lapkus & Nicole Byer

02:31 min | 10 months ago

"madeline" Discussed on Newcomers: Star Wars, with Lauren Lapkus & Nicole Byer

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"madeline" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

01:37 min | 10 months ago

"madeline" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Is setting future generations up to fail and Madeline Levine joins us at the table that let you know with such as a parent it's such a natural instinct I want to protect you or make sure you're okay may say that is not so good so there's all different kinds of protection cards come in at your campus you want to protect them what you don't want to do is protect them from the normal things that happen in life because how do we get prepared for challenge life is challenging just spoke to five hundred people **** is anybody in the audience never had a broken heart yeah one person raise their hand you will have a broken heart you will have challenge in life and in order to be able to not fall apart with that we just let them fail we just let them you you let them fail at the normal developmental fame things it can once go to wait campaign he scared it is supposed to be experiences on a bike he's supposed to be a little nervous since the first experience how do you get better in anything he bass of the fear yeah right you talk a lot about anxiety anxiety between the parents and the children right right so we know first of all thirty percent of anxiety disorders is genetic medic one surprises me was the meat that depends thirty to fourty depends which level you're looking at us like of course it is a yeah really thirty to forty so this is health science epigenetics it's where genetics and the environment intersect and turn on something so you probably have a gene somewhere in you somebody in your family might have been anxious and depressed or something like that does that gene turn on or not and that depends in part on.

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"madeline" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

03:17 min | 1 year ago

"madeline" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"And seven year old Madeline joined the crowd at the painted as the branch library for this decades old event I thought it was important for them to just understand what Kwanzaa is what does it mean when people say the first fruits what are the principles important there's a different principle for each of the seven days of constant which is not a religious holiday but a cultural celebration created in nineteen sixty six by Mawlana Karenga who's now the chair of africana studies at cal state Long Beach that's one to greeting and Swahili followed by the second principle self determination we celebrate could you talk to name ourselves to define ourselves and speak for ourselves so we'll just take the opportunity right now to speak truth to power young people you guys are all extremely powerful on which you know that you guys have the key and what it takes to break oppression Pasadena vice mayor Tyrone Hampton how the young people in the room stand up and think an elder happy Kwanzaa and have a fantastic new year's and do not forget where you came from in Pasadena click here fifty type KNX ten seventy newsradio do you take a lot of prescriptions if so are you sure they're working in America a lot of people are taking a lot of hills a lot of men about forty percent of adults age sixty five and older take at least five medicine a substantial proportion take ten or more Michael Simon he's with UC San Francisco is part of a study looking into what's known as E. prescribing something that could benefit some patients certainly if you're up in the range of ten or more medications there's a pretty good chance that at least one of those medications may not be needed or might potentially be causing more harm than benefit and the more medications you take the more should be on one's mind about regularly reviewing medications checking if they are needed this is the first to do just that a regular review of their meds with their doctor just to be sure that there couldn't be benefits baby by changing or discontinuing some prescriptions Craig Fichtner can extend seventy newsradio coming up an amber alert ends with good news in Orange County Board that story just ahead first traffic weather together every ten minutes on the fives at two twenty five years Lisa golf in commerce on the five northbound before Garfield you got a two car crash their cars on fire someone was just pulled from that car thank goodness hopefully there's only one person in that car and other three middle lanes are blocked so you see a lot of activity there emergency crews are not there yet in Gardena if you're on the four five north bound in you're trying to exit at western car spun out there is blocking that offramp could see some slowing into our day siege be rent a break to clear a three car crash this is on the two ten east bound at point of this stuff that wreck was blocking the two right lanes it looks like it might have been taken off the freeway because I'm not seeing any congestion there anymore and then always are open in diamond bar on the sixty west bound before Grand Avenue right lane had been shut down so emergency crews could wrap up a car fire everything is clear now and then it Anaheim ninety one eastbound before Tustin Avenue want to watch out for a car it's Kant out in the middle lane and emergency crews are working in orange on the fifty five northbound past Chapman Avenue they're working to get a car that went over the side back on the roadway and then heading out of downtown LA on the one ten north bound transition to the five northbound two cars got tangled up and that's now blocking that connector road your neck support is at two thirty five I'm Lisa golf with more traffic reports.

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"madeline" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

03:19 min | 1 year ago

"madeline" Discussed on KCRW

"Teacher thank us and I'm Madeline brand and on today's press play we're gonna talk about Dhaka's in court taking up arguments about fat and about Morris hello all right we're gonna talk about rob's Breaky who also was in the musical field former lead singer possum Dixon mall in Hollywood he had some pretty bad days but he's on his way back as a magician now my gosh press play at noon in greater elite one line from your news in Washington I'm lacks me saying president trump laid a wreath at the start of the New York veterans day parade and said there is a sacred obligation to care for those who have borne the battle hammer keep reports trump was the first sitting president to attend this particular parade president trump delivered somber remarks recounting the her Rolex of several U. S. veterans he said of those who served and continue to serve the nation is forever in their debt together we must safeguard what generations of fearless pagers gave everything to secure we will protect our liberty of hold our values and defend our home trump who often veers off script into partisan politics kept his focus on those this day is designated to honor in his remarks at the opening ceremony of the New York veterans day parade timbre Keith NPR news the White House the U. S. houses impeachment inquiry into allegations that the president abused his authority is handling is with Ukraine now heads into a public face this week both investigators and the public will hear testimony from witnesses who previously given their depositions behind closed doors the remarks will be available across all media platforms the president has repeatedly criticized proceeding as a sham well New York representative Peter king one of the congressional Republicans who agrees a president had done nothing to warrant impeachment says he will not seek reelection twenty twenty king says he will continue to rally for trump's re election Mexico says a legitimate leader Bolivia is ever more Ellis and that his ouster yesterday was a military coup and peers Carrie Kahn reports Mexico's foreign minister made the comments this morning said Mexico's offer of asylum to what Alice is still good foreign minister my cellar Brad says there has been a violation of the constitutional order in Bolivia and that the organization of American states should call an emergency meeting to discuss the crisis the south American nation has been rocked for weeks by deadly protests over last month's disputed presidential elections yesterday moralis relented to schedule a new vote later in the day however after Bolivia's military chief asked him to step aside more Dallas resigned Mexico is one of only a handful of Latin American countries to crying Morales's resignation it has allowed twenty Bolivian officials to take refuge in the Mexican diplomatic residence in La Paz Mexico's foreign minister says the events in Bolivia are worrisome and a step backward for democracy in the continent Carrie Kahn and PR news Mexico City a court in the Netherlands is ordering the Dutch government to use all possible means to bring home children whose mothers travel to Syria to join Islam is six stream is groups provided it's safe enough to do so its ruling today the court in the Hague said the children should not be held responsible for the actions of their parents US stocks are mixed with the Dow up twelve twenty seven thousand six.

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"madeline" Discussed on BBC Radio 4's Bookclub

BBC Radio 4's Bookclub

03:59 min | 2 years ago

"madeline" Discussed on BBC Radio 4's Bookclub

"No one will ever remember your name or you can die young and be famous forever. And so that is the choice he's given. He chooses to die young and buffet Mus forever and the novel and the Iliad is him. I'm having to live with those consequences. There's nothing she can do the fates, the fates speak about a great hook for story. Yes. No wonder the stories lasted. If Vokes, such loyalty, if you like down the centuries because it's just such a fundamental story about a human choice which is impossible and yet one that has to be made and what's really exciting for me is that there's actually this brilliant follow up to that choice. We spent the whole Iliad grappling with that, but then we see him again in the odyssey, Odysseus goes down to the mouth of the underworld and calls the shades out and achilles in Patroclos are there, and he speaks to achilles noticia says, you know achilles. Here you are. You're famous just like you wanted your king of the dead. It must feel great. And achilles basically says, no, I made the wrong choice. It's better to be alive and to be nothing than to be king of the dead. And it's Justice like, oh reversal. That is so incredibly powerful. You're listening to book club on BBC, radio, four, Madeline Miller is talk. About how novel the song of the Kelly's. I just wanted to find that why each is the title this song for. So the word for song and poem are the same word in the world. And the Iliad actually means the song of Troy Ilias Troy an ad. That's where we get our English word owed. So the allayed means a song of Troy. But I wanted to tell the story from a really personal and intimate perspective. So the song of achilles, I also really liked there being music in the title because one of the things about achilles, he gets remembered as the killing machine, the ultimate soldier. But in the Iliad Homer represents him as this beautiful singer as well. It's almost as if the Iliad and the Trojan were hadn't happened. He would have been another Orpheus. So I wanted to honor that side of him. Also coming back to Patroclos I felt he was hugely moral character. An I'm interested in knowing what you think about morality now and in homeless. Time is different. Is it the same. So that's one of the things that you always have to think about as you are adapting. These ancient texts is, you know how much of modern morality do I wanna be injecting? How much do I want to stay true to the ancient morality? I tried to really bring out a lot of ancient ideas about morality, but with Patroclos I had a little bit of wiggle room because he is really an outlier. Even in the ancient texts. There are a few extraordinary references in Homer. There's a beautiful section where Broussais us, the slave woman is mourning over his death, and she also misses him and Greece for him terribly when he's dead and what she says. She's grieving over his body. And this beautiful speech is you were always gentle, and that is a really shocking word for an ancient Greek hero. These heroes get described as strong or vicious, or Wiley, or all powerful or beautiful, but not gentle, so that jumped out. And then that idea is echoed. Actually by mental as a character is a totally different relationship with him as they're defending Patroclos, his body on the battlefield to bring it back to achilles mental, as in the Iliad says, come on all you, Greeks, you have to fight for Patroclos and save the body. He was kind to everyone again, very surprising for an ancient hero really singular. And so with him, I had this feeling that this is a person who's really unusual in the ancient world. You know, he's a healer again that comes right from the mythology and he has core kindness to him. And part of, I think why achilles is so drawn to him..

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"madeline" Discussed on Filmspotting

Filmspotting

03:50 min | 2 years ago

"madeline" Discussed on Filmspotting

"I really do feel like there's something that I just failed to connect with on my own terms. I almost wonder if it's something about that acting element that I'm talking about. I'm not implying that you can only appreciate madeleine's Madeline, if you have attempted acting or gone to acting school or something like that. But I do wonder if there's something I'm personally missing because that's such a foreign space for major. No, I think that's probably partially true for me as well. When I talk about some of these awkward exchanges and the confrontational nature of them. And how uncomfortable that makes me. Well, that's what these actors that we're seeing on screen doing all the time. They're putting themselves out there putting themselves in the way of other people in the faces of other people. And I do think maybe you have to have a certain tolerance for that or a certain understanding of that, and maybe you would appreciate this movie a little bit more. I think you're right about how vague and allusive some of the relationships are because they are kind of thinly sketched and Vega elusive is a good way to describe this entire film. And yet the scene in particular that I was referring to the most uncomfortable exchange everything about what makes that uncomfortable between the mother Miranda July between our main character. Madeline played by Helena Howard, and then Molly Parker's Evangeline the theater instructor. I felt all of that because I understood what buttons were being pushed by at least the two characters in that scene who are pushing buttons while the other one is getting attacked, and I had a very good sense of what she was. Feeling and why it was being inflicted on her, why punished her so much? I think that comes through at least in the form of actions in this film. I understand that mother daughter relationship only in the form of how oddly to me, maranda July sometimes axes other, but then you see her daughter's behavior sometimes and you realize that, oh, well, that's coming from a place of love and a place of of care and maybe some misunderstanding, but she's trying to do the best she can. But at the same time, you've got this daughter who was saying, I don't want that kind of love. I don't want that type of treatment and the way they but heads. I did feel like I had enough substance there between them to latch onto. I just wanted to be careful. You know. You're not not what. You know, you're not like the other people because I'm black. No. No. Routine. I just feel like you're maybe not ready. You know your your situation was saying, say it's different from the other people in the you know, everyone else is is stable and. You know if you didn't have pursued, which she probably will. What would happen of what of Angeline. On. I do wonder too if it's a matter of trying to portray a character, the mother in particular from different perspectives and July playing that performance different ways as a result so that we do have seen where we're seeing her as Madeleine does, and then scenes where she sees herself. She's playing it as she would see herself and that sometimes those lines aren't as clear for us as viewers. You mentioned Helena Howard as Madeleine. We do say, she's, you know, very galvanizing presence on the screen, a newcomer as an actress. And I think you know, she holds the camera for sure. I think she overcomes what I would say the cameras fetish with her, you know, voluminous burst of hair, right? It almost gets to be too much the way Cameron just focuses on that defining her as a character, but really as an actress. I mean, she carries you all the way through this thing and hits a lot of different b..

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