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"madison park" Discussed on Green Eggs and Dan
"This news spies. I don't know if it's for me. That's fine billions of people. Eat it not only that if like billions of people's like delicacy like at weddings. They have it because it's top shelf. Yeah it's like the best. I love seeing that shit in like cooking. Shows like when they're like and this they like put their hand in the saffron they're like and this is like two hundred dollars american. It's like that's how much of a treat it is to have. Yeah whenever they talk about saffron on these shows like the persian farmers like we had to take down five hundred acres of flowers for this one teaspoon of like higher village work together. And we got this tablespoon to share for this year's harvest. It's like i like saffron but i don't know that it's worth the slashing and burning of the whole community a tablespoon. I like saffron too. But maybe you guys should keep it for yourselves. I don't think i need to go buy the ice. If you're cutting down land for the ice cream. I'll get something else. We don't have any more what they're left because we use it to water the saffron but enjoy this half a tablespoon. What is the best high end meal you've ever had. Oh shit oh shit. So here's the thing. I it's hard for me especially with meals out to discern the taste of the food versus the overall experience. It's kind of hard for me to parse those two and not that. You're asking me to do that so i think it's all part and parcel i think it's You know one of my favorite quote unquote fancy meals was. It's not even really that high end. The food wasn't it wasn't like a you know prestigious but it was at this place called mama's fish house in maui. It was kind of expensive and hard to get into. But like i had never been to. Hawaii and mama's fish house was far from our hotel so we were going from the airport. And it's like the first thing we did was sit down at this restaurant. That looks out into the like a hawaiian beach and off into the ocean. And it's all brittan. Bamboo with like slow moving wicker fans and the food was absolutely stellar. And the my tie was so good. I had plans. We had eleven madison park reservations for august in new york. Oh wow we were going back to new york to go visit. We're both from there so we're going to visit our families and then everything got shut down. But the thing we're looking most forward to wasn't eleven madison park res- and so that will come back. That's on the docket for whenever we have to go to new york again to see our families. We will be making wildly expensive detour into manhattan. My buddy just got the eleven madison park they have like takeaway dinner thing that they're doing and it's like i was like how was it. He was like you know it was cool. But it's like they're like asking me to cook like a fancy chef like they're like here's the duck. Now you're gonna suv this for fifteen hours and then you want to slice it on the bias perfect bias. Make sure the angle is that. Yeah you're like oh shit. I'm tabbed. I'm way over my head immediately. What is your favorite low end meal here. We go. Ooh ooh ooh okay. Again vibe 'wise waiting for the fire island ferry. When i'm like twenty one years old with some lifeguard buddies..
Fresh "Madison Park" from Wisconsin's Afternoon News with John Mercure
"Pinsky says the nighttime show that was scheduled for tonight's been moved to tomorrow. The National Weather Service says Green Bay can expect the service started about eight o'clock. Joseph Mensah could be criminally charged in the shooting death of J. Anderson Jr Back in 2016 Mensah, who was then Wauwatosa police officer shot and killed Anderson. While he was in his vehicle in Madison Park. Minsa told investigators he thought Anderson was reaching for a gun before he opened fire. Milwaukee County Judge found probable cause to charge mints with homicide Special prosecutor will be assigned to the case in the next 60 days, citing a limited wtmj news time. 4 33. It's time for Packers. Insights go Jumping on.
"madison park" Discussed on The Morning Toast
"The there are very rich fancy vegans. Who might want a night out on the town and they deserve that. I just hope this isn't a thing that popular restaurants start to do because like carnivore. Is we still gotta eat. I don't know i'm not here for it. Like i do feel for the carnivores of course but like for me personally if everything were plant based i if i could look at a menu in order anything i wanted from it. That would be a whole new experience. Most people can't do that whether it's religious allergies taste. I pretty much. I eat like mostly. I don't have that many restrictions allergy wise and kosher. Why it's like. I have a few but like i literally. I'll go to menu and i'm like where's the chicken and where it's sam and the only thing he's still sailing. The world was trending towards only serving chicken salmon. French fries and chicken nuggets and they were gonna make all different versions like windows ingredients. Like what are you looking forward to that thrilling. Like you'd be like sorry everyone but this is my time to sean. Yeah oh no. You're now that you put it in that perspective. You're one hundred percent right. That sounds a could look at a menu and literally anything. You would like anything. That's on it. that's why i love mcdonald's. The menu was really just like claudia. Friendly hit too many different types of chicken sandwiches and types of different nuggets spicy tender. Like it's just it's thrilling. Yeah and the sides. Oh my god. I can't even like get into it so exciting so eleven madison park stories interesting. One it's like the fanciest restaurants like could they be a trendsetter is the way that the is going insurance on. It's considered the panthers restaurant like in the world right in the city. In the city advances city one if by land is actually considered the fanciest in the city. You think no Before we wrap up now they're gonna cut it one if by plant based two if by sea get not even by. That's not plan. He lived by farm raised. Fish right because you know that. I was having farm race fish for the past few weeks and it tasted amazing. Do you feel like you. Raised farm-to-table fish farm raised judge. They live on farms. That's why it's crazy. They like fish tank and create them in the fish tank. Sounds like you're up. I'm not i swear. Farm race fish. Look it up Before we wrap today show. I do have a little mindlessness that i would like to share..
Fresh "Madison Park" from Wisconsin's Afternoon News with John Mercure
"The mistakes in the past, in my opinion about the way that some of the outgoing veterans were treated. Rogers says he was frustrated. The team didn't bring back players he felt were part of the foundation of the team. Severe thunderstorms are expected to roll through southeastern Wisconsin tonight. Storm team for meteorologist Marisa Wallison says strong winds will be the biggest concern. Gusty winds wind a stronger than 58 MPH, but we're likely to see gusts near 70, maybe even up to 80 MPH also a chance for large hail and tornadoes and storms expected to roll through around 10 O'clock and EEA air Venture Nash caches ending early tonight. The threat of that weather, The air show says it's ending the show tonight at five, spokesman Digna Pinsky says the nighttime show that was scheduled for tonight's been moved to tomorrow. The National Weather Service says Green Bay can expect the service started about eight o'clock. Joseph Mensah could be criminally charged in the shooting death of J. Anderson Jr Back in 2016 Mensah, who was then Wauwatosa police officer shot and killed Anderson. While he was in his vehicle in Madison Park. Minsa.
Eleven Madison Park to Reopen With No Meat on Its Menu
"Madison park which is really fancy restaurant in new york city. Where like full disclosure my stepsister. Her husband worked because they're super awesome. Chefs yeah will no longer serve meat or seafood. When it reopens next month it will be a plant based menu. It's not sustainable.
"madison park" Discussed on How I Built This
"About your journey when all the things achieved on where you're heading because it's certainly not over and in some ways just starting out again. How much of your success you tribute to how hard you worked in how you did it. And how much do you think has to do with random. Chance and and luck. I think so much of random chance and luck. I've been extremely blessed meeting. Incredible people elect certain times. I have been willing to take risks for sure you know. I think cycling has taught me to be comfortable in the uncomfortable and to go the extra mile and Anyone who knows me knows that. I'm willing to dig really deep to achieve certain things. There's a. I can't remember where read up article about you in you kept using passion in this interview and passion is a passions is great word passionate about. I'm passionate about what. I do your passion. What will you do but then you explain that. Actually in german. Which is your mother tongue. The word is liden shaft and it actually means something slightly different that lydon shaft requires a certain kind of suffering and that. That's how you described the way you think of. Passion and your approach passion. Yeah i think you know. The chairman language is known for The long words often pretty precise and the ad the word in german for passion is light and soft liden mean suffering and and chef de sort of like the act of suffering or. They're willing to suffer for something. And i think it's actually very accurate to way. I see passion. You really have to be deeply committed when you're passionate and it's not a hobby. Passion is really when you really want to dictate your life and blood and you're willing to do anything for it. Daniel whom owner and chef and eleven madison park by the way during the pandemic. The restaurant developed a takeout option. Kind of a prepared meal kit. They call eleven madison park home for the time being. They say they'll keep it up even after they reopened. Because it's in line with daniel's vision of food as nurture each purchase of meal kit will pay for another ten.
"madison park" Discussed on How I Built This
"Member finra and sipc. Hey we'll come back to how i built this from npr. I'm guy is so the pandemic hits new york and it hits hard eleven madison park shuts down and daniel has to furlough his employees and the city goes into lockdown after a few days in shock daniels starts to look around to see where he can volunteer to help so he decides to go to soup kitchens and as i'm going to these different soup kitchen sam seeing there all shutting down because they're rely on volunteers who a lot of them are elderly. Who are now scared to come in. And so it just a problem. It's just getting worse and worse in front of my eyes. I knew that. I had distressed ron of a kitchen that now was empty and i also saw the need for meals sent the amount of people who are food insecure just rise to extreme levels i mean doubling and so i felt somehow had the responsibility and had the ability to make a difference. You were like so many people in new yorker thinking. How can i contribute. How can i help in some way. You had a kitchen and you had a staff and so two weeks from the day. We shut down the restaurant. We turn the lights back on at eleven madison and we started producing meals and as we started doing the work and we also went into these neighborhoods to give away the food and just seeing the situation and seeing how grateful everyone was and it really. I think you know. I i saw new york that i did a no i spent time in neighborhoods have never been to it. Felt so good to be able to make a small difference. But how did you convince your team to come and work. I mean weren't people. Were freaking out about safety this before we understood. That masks could actually really protect us. And i have that a lot of employees. Were didn't wanna come in to the kitchen. Yeah it was even some of my strongest people you know. Maybe they have a family. Maybe have someone elderly hong. I couldn't take it was eight. People out of two hundred eight people came eight. People came and i remember being in the kitchen that morning and in everyone's eyes and everyone was may included full of fear. I mean people were so scared walking down the street being in the apartment building and the staircase. You know there was also early days. He was sad like a good friend of mine. Who had the restaurant next door to me. Floyd car does he unfortunately died on koa. it was You didn't really know what to make out of this virus but defeat kind of went away not fully but definitely a lot you are basically making catering sized meals. You're going from paper. Thin slices of baby core jets to she pans of chicken roasting in the oven. But you know that was so beautiful. Got reconnected with a part of food. That i wasn't connected anymore and sort of the food for nurture giving these meals to people who are food insecure and it it was so uplifting and so beautiful and it was a gift to me in the end because i was able to connect with food in a whole new way. You know we have continued today. Still i'm we've we've cooked over one million meals out of the kitchen of eleven madison park out since march. It's been some of the most meaningful work in food that done. I know that you had raised some money from sponsors to enable you to to run the commissary kitchen and to buy the food and and to distributed. But i mean even so the restaurant. Eleven madison was not making much. Revenue wasn't wasn't really serving food. mukasa arrest warrant are very high. Were you at all worried about your financial situation. Absolutely i mean we. We faced bankruptcy. You know we had engaged bankruptcy lawyers swell to understand what that means what that would look like. It was really really scary time. You know i personally. I owned a house that had to sell just to figure it out. But you know there's a great quote by helen. Keller and it goes. Life is a great adventure or nothing at all. that quote was with me every single day and I moved to america with two suitcases and there was something so liberating about that. And last year in a way gave me that same feeling so you you started to think differently about your whole kind of life's purpose i mean i don't mean it in a and that being critical but i mean you you devoted your whole adult life to making food four. Let's be honest for rich people. Here you are your kitchen is. You're making food for people in need. Did you start to think about. I don't know what you're doing with your life in who you were serving in did that. Experience of of making simple food for people in need change. The way you thought about what you were doing. Yeah i think absolutely. I think that's right. The whole thing started to feel a little bit empty even reaching the highest honors in our industry at the same time. I have a deep love for cooking as art as performance in a beautiful space with world class team and and that obviously has its price as it does. When you go to a broadway show or anything else and i actually believe that that we can do both and i made a commitment to myself that we will never not cook meals for people in need and we actually are gonna take it even further and when we do reopened the restaurant. We also made the commitment. That part of the price of the reservation will go to words meals for people in need. And therefore i'm very happy to continue to have a restaurant where food is celebrated and is an art form and the performance because that allows us to do the other thing daniel as of this moment or speaking. It's april of twenty twenty one. There are lots of high end. Restaurants that are preparing to reopen some have reopened fine dining restaurants. You are planning to reopen eleven madison. You have gone through life changing experience.
"madison park" Discussed on How I Built This
"Twelve thirteen of them in the united states. Yeah for sure it's unbelievable. It's hard to believe. But yes i mean there is a whole people. Have these lists of must visit restaurants now. We we were on that list. As as your partnership with will now your business as it began to grow You had eleven medicine. And then you also had a partnership with a group that ran the nomad hotels and and you started opening restaurants in their hotels in newark in in las vegas Demean you spending less time in the kitchen at eleven madison and more time for being a brand ambassador. Yeah i think it definitely Started to become more and more difficult to kind of fit. Everything the you know in. And when you're starting to be pulled in a lot of different directions it's harder to measure your accomplishments and so in a way it's less satisfying as a chef when you start having more success you know you're doing interviews and you're talking to gas and talking about other business opportunities and and and presumably i mean will is looking at his mentor. Danny meyer whose empire and understandably probably sinking. We can do this too. We can build our own empire absolutely absolutely many others have built this incredible empire center. I think in our partnership also with well. This is kinda when things started to be very didn't always see eye to eye and that felt like a lotta these opportunities. Were taking my time away from the things that really wanted to do. And so. I felt when i looked at my schedule on a daily basis out. I wasn't even fully in control of the schedule. Eventually was just clear that you know. Our incredible ride is coming to an end. And i think it felt at the end that maybe we were holding each other back from what what we really wanted to do it. It's it's amazing because the partnership you guys were named the food. Innovators of here by the wall street journal. The restaurant won the james bureau. Every war by two thousand seventeen. You were the best restaurant on the planet by the famous list of fifty best And yet i think at that time. Things really started to become a very challenging. Actually between the two of you and at for myself it was this call that we had for so many years. It was an easy goal to explained. It was easy to get an anticipate rating. That comes out on a yearly basis. And we were on that list for ten consecutive years before we came number want so we entered the list number fifty and then you know year after year be worked at mostly moved up so it was sort of carrot in front of us and i understood that that's what it was. I mean it's it's kind of ridiculous to say that there is the best restaurant in the world. there isn't there are many but it definitely Made us better. It made us push harder but the moment you receive it while that mom and you would imagine. That's the greatest moment of your life but somehow it wasn't because already leading up to it more and more opportunities came our way we were pulled in so many different directions and i realized that nothing in my counter anymore was sort of things i wanted to do and i kind of had an anxiety attack and i kind of felt and i didn't really knew where i was going any more. I mean it sounds like you were. You've been awarded reached the highest levels of your profession. Yeah but you were totally overwhelmed by everything going on around you. The it sounds like you just like you just wanted to like shut the door shut the noise out absolutely yeah. I didn't even want to leave the house. There were all these things in the pipeline. That i had absolutely no passion for. I knew that couldn't continue down this path and knows holding back my partner. Who was there for me. And so that wasn't fair to him. The no so we just had to have a heart to heart and sort of say time has come to go our separate ways. Because we're holding each other back when you guys that you you dickel your separate ways and you retained ownership over eleven madison park and bought him out and i think it was finalized in january or february of two thousand and twenty. Yeah and march of twenty twenty. The city shuts down. I in fact i interviewed. Danny meyer is the last interview i did. Before the shutdown three days later he announced closure of all his restaurants in that really. When danny meyer did that that let sort of everybody else followed suit. New york was. This was the global epicenter of the pandemic in the spring. Twenty twenty yeah. It was It felt like it happened overnight and We were busy until the last moment until we close. It was a sunday night. You know we said we're going to close for the next two weeks and be safe and Let's clean up the restaurant and we'll see each other soon and Still till today you know. Most of the team be haven't seen each other Eleven madison park has to had two hundred employees at that time many of them were from all over the world and of course people had to go back to their countries. There is expired. Everyone had sort of figure out how how to survive. This team was working together. A lot of this team was together for ten twelve years. And you know we're a family. We went through so much together and At that one day it was our last service and be closed doors and it's it's pretty devastating when we come back in just a moment how what happened. During the pandemic totally changed how daniel thinks about food about business and about the mission of his restaurant. Stay with us garros. And.
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"Baltimore mayor Jack young urged residents to put down their guns and he'd orders to stay home after multiple people were shot Tuesday night amidst the corona virus pandemic young said hospital beds are needed to treat positive Colbert nineteen patients and not for senseless violence seven people were shot Tuesday night in the Madison park
"madison park" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"In the city today they're investigating the apparent murder suicide of an elderly couple in Madison park this neighbor has not seen them in two days I don't I I I can't fathom I can't I can't figure out what would happen yeah meanwhile police are trying to find suspects and three other murders and any tips from the public would be helpful last night police say a twenty seven year old man was shot when he had a friend encountered two other people walking in the lectern springs area we just don't know what turned it from what appeared to just be a chance meeting among people to you and then we see in yet another case Monday around four thirty in the morning a man was found dead on university way medical examiner has just today ruled his death a homicide the result of blunt force trauma detectives believe he had been in a fight earlier that morning and are trying to find out if that contributed to his death and finally police are still trying to find suspects in the shooting death outside a bar in Belltown from early Sunday in the battle between ranchers and wolves and environmentalists the state department of fish and wildlife is siding with ranchers for now in north eastern Washington they've authorized killing some members of a wolf pack they're praying on cattle in the northeastern part of the state given the authority to kill some members of the OP T. pack in an effort to change the behavior of the pack and keep them away from livestock there is a proposal to make the king county sheriff an appointed position rather than an elected one cover radios Caroline asorio has more every ten years the king county charter commission reviews the charter and makes recommendations for amendments some commissioners want the sheriff to be appointed by the king county executive to open up the candidate pool to a nationwide search but if you wanted to really reform the way the sheriff's office works would you necessarily want to promote somebody from inside the department to do that commissioner Nixon says this issue has divided the commission probably the most controversial issue that we've been dealing with in September the commission will decide if they will recommend a change to the council if council approves it it will go to the voters in November.
"madison park" Discussed on Design Matters with Debbie Millman
"Putting yourself out there like that? You are not in charge. I mean. Yeah. Of course, I'm in charge of who stays and who goes along with the other judges, but that's not my show and put myself back into that like among comfortable, and I'm not in charge. And I know the least out of anyone here and that being uncomfortable was incredibly uncomfortable. But also, really great, and there's plenty of boundaries to still breakdown, but it's been an incredible journey in the impact that it's had all the way around is been entirely worth it. I love that. You told the kids that if the show existed when you were growing up you'd have been eliminated. Are you kidding me? Ill many like, I probably wouldn't even made the cut this Chevy little redhead with a bowl cut who's trying to make us rice crispy treats girlfriend. We're asking you to butcher a chicken. I don't know. What that is. I don't I don't eat chicken. I MAC and cheese. How 'bout that keeps tomatoes away from me? Christina. My last two questions are more personal ones. You're married to the restaurant or will Gedara who's eleven Madison park has been consistently ranked in the world's fifty best restaurants. His won the James beard foundation awards. He co owns the no metastatic bushman's helmets. Collaboration. Is there between the two of you? If at all is really funny when we joke about this a little bit when we first met a few years ago, we refuse to talk about work, and I think on some level for me, I can't speak for him. But for me, I was like I don't want you to think I like you because of your job if anything the concept of liking someone that runs a business that from the outside world seems like the exact opposite to the zany very quirky, very acceptable bakery. So we kept each other very out of work life. And now we collaborate all the more often, I think we use each other as an incredible sound soundboard and. I think we have found very quickly. Once we let each other into that part of our world that when you're creative person, and you're successful at bringing your creativity to life and inspiring that and building that in your team, we a very similar businesses. They're just as fun in his playful as we are. And we are just as tidy and serious as they are. We just look different out in the wild. So my last question is this one do you ever fight about who should make dinner? No, no, no. Who does most of the cooking? I do and the best part about there's so many great parts religion. But when it's dinnertime, I think the funniest part of our relationship is I make dinner, and he is so excited to set the table and set the setting because he's the restaurant tore, right? Like for him. Of course, it's about the food. But it's about the time and the place in the spirit. What's the theme? What am I cooking? Like, how are we going to if we're at someone's house, and and I'm cooking dinner, and there's multiple people. I mean leave that man in a dining room in your house, and he will have gone through all of your doors and.
"madison park" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"I wanna talk today. In Seattle Washington state is no longer than NASA's fastest climbing home prices that's after eighteen months of being, number one a realtor west Jones is in studio earlier to explain this new trend and the local. Housing market we do have an increase. In inventory we are, number two but here's the reality is still a great chance to sell a home because values are, still very. Very high just the differences were not seen as many multiple. Offer situations we're not seeing, the bidding go dramatically up. And over we're not seeing buyers wave every, single contingency but we are still seeing people sellers get their values for the. Most part so for the past, eighteen months Washington's, number one Nevada is now a leapfrog them and they are. Number one it's a drastically, different. Market though west Seattle neighborhoods are seeing less bids. Per, house now Inventory has increased even in. Some of those micro neighborhoods, for. Example we sold a condo in Madison park last. Week I was thinking that maybe three. Months ago we might have had. A six or eight offers on it and this go around you, just, last week, we had, three offers on it so those major metro. Areas where the market is cooling includes Seattle Bellingham mount Vernon Anna Cordis Bremerton Silverdale in Kennewick Richland west also revealed you might want to look farther out from Seattle for more selection thinking to stabilize or slow down. A little bit more the further north or the further south that you get in the core of the east side and the core of. The Seattle area is always the last place to feel that I'm starting to see places stay on, the market longer I live in, the south lake union neighborhood and six months ago when a. Sign would go up it was. Down a week later like the sold sign was immediately kind, of I live with we're not far from, each other I'm four miles from south lake union at Amazon, and Google and just, everything that's a booming right now which really interesting to me is. If you, build a house like in my neighborhood that's turnkey If it's turned if you just walk in there and it really. Doesn't matter what the price is. Somebody buys it that day and I saw that happened this past, weekend, the difference, is a, lot of these tear downs where people were. Cashing in and they're like wow I bought this house ten years ago in the fours and now and get one point two million for it that's not happening right now you see contractors that were walking in tearing. Down these homes in in in building homes sometimes three four five at a time on the same block I'm seeing that diminish a little. Bit so those homes that are going on the market where people want top dollar they're not getting, top dollar and in fact I, drove by home in magnolia today that's a complete tear down. Its complete tear down it was. A home that was built in the seventies and they are, looking for a contractor or somebody to come, in there and tear that thing down they wanted one point, four million Ford they, already back Down to one point, two now it's at one point one nine I, think so they've already come down, almost two hundred thousand dollars I haven't seen that in those neighborhoods and I imagine. That has some kind of, reverberation effect and some of the bedroom community. This is also interesting to I don't know if you went to your block party do you, guys, have a busy street block watch party my block watch party would I I moved into my neighborhood it was. Right when my son was. Born and he's eight years old so is about eight years ago and when I went, to the, block, watch party everybody there everybody there is in. Their fifties sixties seventies eighties or a. Gentleman my friend Byron who has since passed away he was in his mid, nineties and you went there. And you would, sit around and everybody knew each other, it was one of the friendliest neighborhoods I've ever. Been in and which is which is unusual for Seattle right so over the years have gone to this block party and even the other night we're having. This block party and, I didn't attend. But I drove By it's because I went to the, one I didn't know, anybody like all almost all the, people there that had retired have, since then cashed out because when they saw. Home prices going wow I bought, this thing for thirty four thousand dollars yeah back in the day you know. Back in the sixties and now I can get eight hundred thousand nine hundred thousand a million bucks for, this? And I don't need to sit and Seattle traffic and I don't need to deal, with all the tents of the homelessness and the, heroine and everything And I don't have to pay property taxes. And deities and Saint politicians and. I can move to a bedroom community, I can move to a place like Bonney lake and by a hell of a home down there and pay cash for it and still have money in the Bank that's. What I've seen people do they've, moved regionally to either. Bedroom communities embodied big home or they move regionally. And for what they made being close to Queen Anne they're able to turn around and buy a. Home here I had a friend that was able to buy a home. Down toward Bonney lake that's where I. Get that example and then a home down in Nevada you think all the low hanging fruit is now gone because I've seen that coupled with, a, tremendous amount of inventory that has come online here. In, the last six months. Because right on two thousand eight nobody was building anything if you remember you couldn't get a construction loan no Bank would finance a big project and all of the major construction projects stalled in the year this really big pent up demand the now like you're seeing these Two hundred three, hundred unit places come online they're having offer incentives now you're getting you're starting to see the signs. Up though usually in most cities you would all our incentive so Wasn't. There a couple of, years not a crashes a. Corruption Corruption going on I, don't think there's a. Crash our thanks do all west Jones whatever great, advertisers here and if you want to reach..
"madison park" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Radio business flash now here's leeann guarantee with more on what's going on around the world highly good morning france italy has said it will cease to migrant rescue ships in the mediterranean amid a deepening row as the migrants to german ngo ships carrying migrants will be seized to determine they legal status according to the bbc the move comes as french president macron attack the growing anti you feeling which has angered italy's new populist government israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu's wife has been charged with misusing public funds this move highlights the first family's legal problems as the attorney general decides whether to inject the premium self on suspicion of corruption sarah netanyahu has been charged with using nearly one hundred thousand dollars of state money to cover up unauthorized spending on high end meals and in indonesia a radical cleric has been sentenced to death for ordering an islamic state of ffiliated group to carry out terror attacks they include the starbucks attack in the capital that killed four civilians and four militants in two thousand and sixteen global news twenty four hours a day on and tock on twitter powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries i'm young guarantee this is bloomberg markets much indeed leon francine hold onto your seats i'm about to pronounce some italian names here all right i'm listening i apologize beforehand australia frontiers condom it's regained it's title as the best restaurant in the world apparently flamboyant chef massimo botero's modern italian restaurants in the back streets of modena is that right a known for its playful twists on classic dishes is creating bah's yet again richard vines blumberg chief food critic walls at the world's fifty best restaurants awards in bilbao over in spain he joins us now good morning what do you make of the list from austria funchess ghana yes it was very tight top i kept asking people who's gonna win and all five the top restaurants people were tipping mass murderer australia francesca regained the type that lost two years go to madison park levin madison park new york dr fourth place and second was to rocker in spain and third this mirrors are in france so is the exciting night five days of partisan song culminating in this list am hungry into this is a regaining of the title how much does it actually help with booking as soon as this hits is it like that's it you can't book for a year and a half it's impossible it's not just a year and a half when nomo one i rendered epi said he could fill the restaurant for fifteen years with hits on the website the day after you want it l care so they had to hire three people say not booking requests after the there wasn't any awards.
"madison park" Discussed on WVNJ 1160 AM
"And the reason is that chefs us little tiny blow torch to singe the edges and that gives it a little more depth and color whatever and i remarked to you good thing i didn't have one because i probably burn the house down and my husband who's in the studio said you know we have one i don't want to beat it what any parts of that we don't have to rely on taste in that color but i have such wonderful when i met you i told you i have so many wonderful life moments of joy and happiness that are associated entangled entwined inextricably with relation shadow properties and people that i have met and talked with who are associated with relating chatto properties so that's that's great to hear and you know i i i like to say that that that right now all you hear about in travel is is that the millennials are looking for experiential travel and sense of place and and i think it's not just millennials i think it's all of us and and i think that those you know sixty two years ago those first six hotel owners in france really got it right when they said we're gonna share our guests and and and we're only going to send them to other great hotels that have this sense of place where you really get to know they're usually very small you really get to know the staff and you really get to know the environment in which that that hotel is located and they are they are often these properties very very often he you you feel the sense of the history and the value of the place you are in as part of the experience of staying there and for the most part most of them have restaurants and there are some restaurants that are laying chateau associated but they don't have rooms there are some some of the most iconic restaurants in north america from the french laundry to eleven madison park to pardon me the.
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"To stop and addicts path to self destruction under ricky's law drug users may be committed to treatment if the court decides they pose a threat to themselves or to others the deadline for closing the russian consulate here in seattle has passed komo's eric heintz reports aside from security officers today there is little trace of russians inside the consulate and residents in madison park were ordered closed by the trump administration in retaliation for russia's alleged use of a nerve agent to poison a former russian intelligence agent and his daughter in britain monday was the deadline the us expelled sixty russian diplomats and closed russia's seattle operation which the white house as an outpost for intelligence agents a former local fbi agent told the seattle times consulates can be used to run covert activities and naval base kitsap boeing and microsoft are potential local targets eric heintz komo news sali's and auburn releasing a video they hope will solve the mystery of a hit and run that happened nearly two months ago komo's steve mccarron with more with little evidence no witnesses and no suspects auburn police hope this surveillance video will help lead to something bigger aclu's some tidbit of information that can help them identify the person behind the wheel of this older white or light colored sedan that was driving south on a street southeast the night of february seventh but you can actually see the car hits connie braswell driver never slowed down never stopped just left her out on the road police say the car that hit braswell likely has significant front end damage should may have been a toyota someone a relative a friend a coworker has to know something about who was driving it and where the car might be now the victim remains in critical condition at harborview medical center popular gay dating app grinder says it will stop sharing its users hiv status that move comes after criticism from the aids healthcare foundation grinder says the data was not used to target advertisers were sold to third parties it was given to two companies to test the apps performance now they're working to remove that information from those companies the man shot and killed near seattle center early sunday mornings been identified as twenty one year old trayvon mccoy mccoy who was a local rapper last performed saturday night was shot in the head at first avenue north and republican street police have not released.
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"News time ten forty nine mostly cloudy right now forty three degrees in boston good saturday morning teeny gal wbz news top stories now boston officials are estimating as many as forty thousand people could be taking part in today's march for our lives well the march just got started moments ago looks like from madison park technical vocational high in roxbury there protesters are now heading to boston common or the rally kicks off this afternoon at two o'clock and today's march and rally are just one of more than eight hundred vents nationwide counter protests are also planned today across the country by nra activists at pennsylvania school district is teaching students and staff different ways of defending classrooms from an armed assault which by the way includes throwing rocks at intruders in after many years of discussion and months of negotiations a criminal justice reform bill is officially introduced on beacon hill looking for love a line well don't go to craigslist looking for electron ix cars furniture a roommate craigslist can fill your knees but when it comes to finding love or companionship the website has decided to move on the classified ads site took its personal section offline in the us after the senate passed an anti sex trafficking bill that could hold the website and others responsible for illegal activity the company says the fight online sex trafficking act seeks to subject websites to criminal and civil liability craigslist left a message on its website saying to the millions of spouses partners and couples who met through craigslist we wish you every happiness todd at abc news investigators in california are trying to determine why man with no apparent ties to terrorism drove a flaming minivan full of propane tanks and gasoline cans through the main gate of a major northern california air force base this week and fbi official says a fifty one year old hafeez kazi died in a minivan after veering through the gate at travis air force base and then crashing wednesday night causey had no known links to terrorism did not believe behind a manifesto or any threats or explanation and a video found on cell phone provided little clues it was only after the fire was out that rescuers realized that mini van was loaded with propane tanks and gasoline cans an out.
"madison park" Discussed on WRKO AM680
"To the players of madison park to the parents and to the entire public saying that this was an unfortunate situation and that she now itchy says is not a reflection of the school student body or of the athletic program and according to her she is going to speak to the coach and the athletics director that nothing like this ever happens again she says that her program is utterly embarrassed and ashamed by what happened and that the players themselves for each bridgewater should look at themselves as she put it and think very deeply about why they just did the madison park players then went to the media and they also claimed that this was an unfair uh what pink that this was an unfair beating and that this was horrible sportsmanship it showed bad character on the part of his bridgewater one of the senior players her name is francisca barros the pena says because she was a senior this was the state icecool tournament that this was going to be your last basketball game and it's one that she was never going to forget quote i didn't expect to get blown out that bad she said it was very demoralizing and sad very embarrassed it just made me want to hide and make me never play basketball again and have me go home listened to her in her own words rollet britain painting my life sad embarrassed van barest it's very bad sportsmanship is it's low basketball hospitality and it's it's disgusting you know and then by the way the athletic director patrick leonard i guess under so much public pressure so much media pressure so much pressure from the school superintendent this poor guy had to come out with a mea culpa listen to this we were part of an unfortunate situation against madison park on wednesday night which.
"madison park" Discussed on WRKO AM680
"Kunar k uh ner please i urge all of you go to the go to the site click on menu there's kunar's corner and look at my call and pass it onto your friends should california exit the union this stuff now that these officials are saying about sessions as lawsuit tensions tempers are now exploding everywhere i'll get to that but first a local story that is now going viral in fact they wanted to get to it earlier this week but there has been so much news however today splashed all across the front page of the boston globe and let me ask you is this a case a clear case of the worst sophistication of america or was it just simply bad sportsmanship this story is now everywhere at the massachusetts state high school girls basketball tournament for high school students east bridgewater and i'm just quoting now from the the papers there that described as the suburban school predominantly mostly white if not all white played what the boston globe is calling a minority schooling vocational school madison park in that game east bridgewater routed i mean show lacked madison park destroyed him ninety three two seven by the end of the first half the score was forty eight two four and so after the game the coach the athletic director including the players were excoriated criticized across social media by most of the media outlets not just in massachusetts but from around the country saying that they were running up to score in the second half they continued to play with the fullcourt press they kept shooting 3pointers they didn't let up they kept their starters on they kept the gas pedal all the way to the metal they kept our foot on the pedal and they just never let up and so when the final score came in ninety three to seven immediately people were criticising that the coach and the athletic director should be fired or at a minimum disciplined that his players behaved in a horribly sportsmanlike way that day needlessly rubbed madison parks knows in it some even said it was a sign of racism here was this predominantly white team just trashing and routing a predominantly minority team and it got so bad that the superintendent of east bridgewater her name is um stephanie look go sorry elizabeth look all my bad elizabeth lugo publicly apologized to madison park.
"madison park" Discussed on WLOB
"That com and that web address philvalentine buck uh let me just tell you about that first of and this is just unbelievable this is a high school in massachusetts making headlines after they issued a public apology for beating another school in a state sectional girls basketball tournament east bridgewater beat madison park ninety three to seven your apologizing for the weather apologizing but apparently the east bridgewater squad feel pretty bad about their eighty six point lead so local newspaper east bridgewater supranto according to local newspaper east bridgewater superintendent requested the score not be published in the newspaper oh my gosh let's send him a trophy you eric everybody gets a trophy we were all winners the superintendent said this is not a reflection of our student body or are athletic program calling the game and unfortunate situation it's an unfortunate scituate you blew him out that's what you're supposed to do an this is the superintendent of the winning team the losing one and it's a she she's embarrassed at our school blew a clearly inferior team out of the water she also called for the team to take some time to pause and reflect on their actions quote i'm happy we're in the tournament she says but of course no one likes that type of score i'm hoping this game will bring a thought for reflection from our programme leaders for winning the game so she's making a satellite the girls actually went out and massacred the other team what they did was they want what he's supposed to do when these people of that mad you spoke to keep playing aren't you the worst you can do the most demoralizing thing you can do is the let them get some points you i had a dream about this and i don't know what it was wide i had the stream but i had a dream that i was watching a basketball game this was men's basketball and bit the that was such is so lopsided at the at.
"madison park" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio
"Moment in it's a here in new england so each water massachusetts their division three basketball tournament was last week and the girls team there needs to bridgewater managed to sneak by madison park ninety three to seven the whose novel score ninety three two seven at halftime those 2004 thing excuse me at the end of the first quarter's twenty four to nothing at halftime it was 48 four and so yes so he's bridgewater pretty good the girls are playing against pretty not good so what happened what happened is what always happens in america east bridgewater superintendent elizabeth look out called the game it unfortunate situation this is not a reflection of our student body or are athletic program really is not that's too bad because they scored nine seven point that would be a good thing to reflect i would say wow yes really good it there's you must practise law you must hustle you must have some talent you held the other team to seven points while you must be pretty good good a defense no no no that's not what the stories the story is shame on these girls for playing so hard and winning by too much they won by too much at the game was over after game was over these school superintendent said i'm happy we're in the tournament but of course no one likes this type of score i'm hoping this game will bring a thoughtful reflection from our programme leaders.
"madison park" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Of encyclopedia britannica only volume al and a thickly sonja volume of english first with tennyson and wordsworth in shakespeare minus its table of contents and minus its index but richly sown with their versus shakespeare tennyson and wordsworth did you understand at the time why they picked you to invest in i mean you are the only kidding medicine part why are the only killer madison park and they made it known they created a tutorial program for other kids because he realized that if my grandparents were that concerned when they were most likely other students in the neighborhood whose parents were not in the earliest vest vested because of working multiple jobs or other distractions of life so they created as our torio program i think was because my grandparents were my great crusaders and i think it was because he also oh recognized in me my own interest in learning and my own interest in being a person who wanted to grow we're speaking to eric motley executive vice president of the aspen institute and the author of the new book madison park a place of hope i have to say when i looked just now on gugel maps to try to find mad this park loved obama and i'm map it i get the madison park apartments in huntsville i can't find it as i recall its near montgomery alabama is that right it is in montgomery alabama and you know madison park is barely in the city limits three houses down from my house his a sign that says the end of the city limits of montgomery you know if you type 2 madison parking your navigational system the likelihood is that you wouldn't find it and yet it's one of those fly over spaces but it's at the heart of who we are it's heart of america they're madison parts everywhere you know i got to say that that image of medicine park is kind of the heart of america the heartland of america i get that image 100 percent a lot of which you talk about.
"madison park" Discussed on WLOB
"Alert goes been us so he's very exciting and then match latte and michael may hand where my political panel they often join me on tuesdays and they are a fantastic team and then i quickly and after them went to steve scalise who is the house majority whip and talk about tax reform because that's where i just got a an a matches sent me an email it looks like who's the one murkowski is the is the votes so if she's a yes that means it's got a painting a path by okay so there are things that are happening like that are worth so all this tax reform news happened during the show but yes it was mostly just sitting there having to watch jeff sessions though i did interview a guy for for dot com if supposed to be on the show but i kept him and did a in an interview with him for dot com you should have this guy in your show his name is eric motley and is just written a book that is very good it is very well written it is about madison park alabama where he grew up and it's a memoir african american guy raised by his grandparents he was the youngest person to work for george w bush managed a staff of one hundred uh in personnel are miley yes definitely a motley crew um this book is beautiful and it's it talks about you will love it the reason i thought of you is because he writes a sentence that you'll understand because of your book about mean debts on he says i did not just grow up i was raised you're right and i thought oh i'm sure that's good and by his grandfather i mean that's a clarence thomas you know he talks about his his grandfather gin and he's talked about the burden of gratitude mmhmm and he said it's because he always feels like he never has thanked people enough for helping him get where he is today the a really great guy but very into in terms of how to raise people and also had a deal with.
"madison park" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Menu
"Three very respected chefs launching their own fast casual ventures yeah now this is a really odd trend than i find because you know the economy is surging on the stock markets higher than it's ever been before and yet the best and most wellknown restaurateurs in new york city are going decidely downmarket i don't know what's going on here but you know in the first case you have and regale there who's actually a mexico citybased jeff but he has a very successful restaurant here that run by a chef to cuisine daniele soto innis it's called costs may it's very expensive fine dining their latest restaurant is called atla and it's very focused on healthy later mexican like lunch type dishes and they are open for generate believe but it's you know they're serving things like to his thought isn't soups and healthy dishes lake kill tamales united i don't know why this is what this direction they decided to go for their next step after this big hit success of a of a find ninety restaurant but so be it also the chef behind eleven madison park which is widely considered one of the best restaurants in in the world not let alone new york city danielle whom has decided to make his next restaurant a fast casual one it's called mead nice and it's basically a chain ready fast casual concept with salads and the ubiquitous bowls of greens and meets and stuff but they're doing and in a very elevated way very sheffi kind of presentation with like coffee pork shoulder with greens and roasted carrots and so very lake a artful i guess presentation of fast casual with prices that are slightly elevated but still four double for the lunchtime crowd and of course.