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"marcella" Discussed on Fake the Nation
"Now whatever. I don't care it's ridiculous going to jail for this legalize but then as soon as it's like okay we're gonna open up a shop on your main drag. Then it's like whoa. Whoa whoa whoa. Whoa right right. But i also just want to say that's really m nimby ism that means you've never been to a week shop. I've been to wit like in my hometown of palm springs california. I've been to weed shops. Just straight up look like the apple store like these unbelievably designee like glorious spaces. High ceilings like everyone has their own aesthetic aesthetic like wellness shtick. Like and the same having wouldn't blink about having a liquor store in their town. That's just a normal high. It's very silly. i i do. Think that marcella especially you really hit. Hit on the head. I think you said people are dicks. Th- the headline in sub-headline in this article are are what i want to unpack. It says homeownership. Homeownership can bring out the worst in you and it could be turning you into a bad person. it's a turning. You knew about person. This is a fundamental thing. You have a little space of land. That's your own something instinctive to think like. I'm going to protect it now like right. It's like a cold sore. Like if you have your immune system is low. You get the colts orbit of. It's always in your system right right exactly you know and so he gets aggravated. And you come out and say oh. I need to protect what's mine. I need to protect my land. Or whatever and that's an insult instinctual. The the the interesting part is what do you feel that you need to protect your land from and that's when it gets into sort of societal messing about what is a threat and what is not who is a threat and who is not a threat and those black and brown people protect it from black and brown people because marcello you know one of the reasons why you you're in los angeles right..
"marcella" Discussed on Fake the Nation
"So hello. Hello. this is fake. The nation where we talk about news. We talk about culture and were redone. Our paper has in wish. Barack obama very happy birthday. He's now sixty And i guess this actually this happened last week. But i was really surprised to hear because i honestly thought he was in some sort of dorian gray situation where him and michelle never age with their presidential portraits. Do today we're gonna talk about home ownership and how it might be turning you into an asshole. We'll also talk about that new'super scary but also super hopeful climate change reports and the quest for the perfect but above all else. I'm so excited for today's panel because joining us for the very first time is a stand up. Comedian who you've seen on. Hbo on comedy central. She's also the co host of another head. Come show called the scroll down. It is wonderful are are gueo marcella. Hello thank you for having me.
"marcella" Discussed on The Wellness Mama Podcast
"Makes total sense. You would have such good outcomes from that Yeah and it's it's been really fascinating. When when people are given space and time to just express healing happens i mean that's that's part of this decoding process that we do with our one of our procedures people. Tell me all the time. I told you something that. I've never told anybody and i'm a. I'm a neurosurgeon. i like. It's it's just it's fascinating that because i'm approaching it in this way. It's coming out in the safe people in the safe environment. He will really will be able to heal themselves. I mean they're doing it. They're telling me the stuff and the minimum coming out and telling me. This stuff is contributing to their healing. It's really cool. I love that well as we get close to the end of our time. There's a few questions. I love to ask the first team. Just both as a mom and a practitioner and with all this cutting edge stuff that you're doing. What do you consider the biggest most important needle movers in your daily routine in your daily life. I mean i. I will go back to the energy. It's the same It's the same. Answer i keep saying it but Paying attention it doesn't have to be that right. It could be any daily routine. I think what you said is key. It's daily and paying attention to your own. I want to say energy level but in a hang attention to where you are like checking in you can go a whole day and not even be remotely connected to your body. So just pausing and taking a moment. Where am i how do i feel. What do i need right now. whatever that practice is you have to do it every day. And then lastly if there is a book or a number of books that have had a profound impact on your life and if so what they are and why so this was. This is a hard question because there's so many great books. When i was younger. I think the one that stands out the most is probably a sound in the fury which is faulkner I think it stood out because my brain really stretched with reading that in interpreting that and working through it with my teachers. And i really gained this idea of wow like i. I'm really smart. Get totally do this. This is amazing. So i just remember that being a powerful in the story is wonderful and the pros is amazing. It's written in this very different way that things that i'd never experienced before that experience of reading something that was new and they never experienced before and the being able to do it. That's the flow state. That's like i doing something. That's new and then experiencing prowess within it. That's what we have access to. All the time. And i experienced that as a kid reading that book and that's that's with energy work i do. Now that's my goal now to experience that all the time And then as an adult. There's another book. It was really powerful for me called power versus force in. It's david hawkins and it's about universal consciousness than how they answered every question Exists and how to access that. It's really profound a quantum information. I love it. I'll put both of those in the show notes as well as links to everything we've mentioned in this episode and only to practice into the energy for success information. I'm so excited. Like i said at the beginning to know their doctors like you. Who are on the cutting edge of combining all of these realities. And i'm so appreciative of your time. I know how busy you are. Thank you so much for being here today. Thank you so much for having me was a thrill and pleasure to meet you and thanks as always to all of you guys for listening and for sharing your most valuable resources your time and your energy with us today. We're both so grateful that you did. And i hope that you'll join me again on the next episode of the wellness. Mama cast if you're enjoying these interviews. Would you please take two minutes to leave a rating or review on itunes for me. Doing this helps more people to find the podcast which means even more moms and families can benefit from the information. I really appreciate your time and thanks as always for listening..
"marcella" Discussed on The Wellness Mama Podcast
"So yeah it's every day you get you. Don't get off the hook also at new topic. I'm guessing you might have some perspective on. I keep seeing zones. Come up the research. And i'm curious if you've dealt into them at all and if you could explain like what they are and how they're kind of being evaluated right now so. Yeah so ex. Zones are little nanoparticles that are cell membrane on the outside and on the inside or growth factor. In rene they do not have dna and they're not sells Different companies at derive them from different. Sources some come from Young adult bone marrow stem cells for example other companies. Use placental stem cells They are completely non. Fda approved right. now they're A lot of the companies were marketing them as a biologic now. The fda has saying they need to be. They need to be on a pathway to become a drug and so any of the companies that are going to stay around. Have to have an d with fda to be able to even sell their product anymore. So it's a very. Some people would say controversial. I would say it's just very very new science. We do not have long term studies to know what these things are doing We kind of barely know what's inside of them But the companies that are doing the most aggressive stringent applications with fda are trying to characterize and standardize. What's in them. So i would just say they're huge amount of promise The companies that i know are that are doing these. Applications are doing them for kovic and i do know of some anecdotal reports of Of treating both acute and chronic kovin and these have been published in peer reviewed journals. So there there is some early science. I think it's incredibly promising I just for treating diseases that are outside of the realm of wet there These are for. I would say we have no idea. But we'll we'll we'll know a couple of years. I think that's exciting to Let's see so you. You're doing a wide range of therapies. The wide range of patients. I'm curious what is the most unusual thing or surprising thing that you do in your practice. I think well this is. This is so when we got this new technology. Which is this photo by modulated. Prp thing we saw these really great results with a variety of things like knee pain or hip pain or back pain or whatever and we also have saw someone else that was doing. This had some great cosmetic results. And i was like well. I'll just try that. Because that sounds great. And so i had a my dermatologist. Friend ado micro needling for me and then we did. This procedure in my result was great and i was super thrilled with it and other people that i had not talked to saw me on zoom. Like you look great. You guys got to do this. So we developed. What's called the aphrodite makeover. Which is This same process we do offer for women we do face a breasts and sexual enhancement and then for guys we do face hair in sexual harassment. And so if you had told me ten years ago that i would be doing the cosmetic sexual optimization for people i would be like wait would make sense but now it totally makes sense because it's a natural progression of if we're gonna fix somebody and help their acute problem and help their pain and get them back to alive. That's better than they can imagine. Which is my goal for every patient. Why wouldn't i then say let's now work on your beauty and sexual health. Why not like if we have the power to do that. We have the tools to do it. And it's so much fun and it's so rewarding and so Our dream is is putting these two makeovers together with the female. The aphrodite the male. The arrows patients come together as a couple and do the treatment and with the treatment we do the energy work we do. The decoding may make goals about their treatment and how they wanna connect so. It's a really fun part of my practice. That completely unexpected. And we're having a great time doing it well. And you've mentioned the energetic night several times in the energy for success especially so. I wanna make sure we touch on this a little bit more. And is this something that you offer specifically through your practice. Are there resources available for people to learn about this because you mentioned it's been personally very helpful for you as well so wanna make sure. I provide resources for people to find out more. Yeah thank you for asking So dr barrymore gillen's program is called energy for success and you can just go to energy per success dot org and there's a variety of ways to connect d. programs their various programs that you can do but the core thing that we do in our practice is there's some. There's a guided visualization that we have been given permission to give to our patients and some specific practices that we give to our patients to optimize their healing before and after procedure or sometimes with no procedure. And they just do it while. They're under our care so you don't have to be patient for sure to access this. Anybody can access it and what's been really wonderful to see from the medical side. Is you know patients. Come in and never problem. And they're sitting in my office and they're asking doctor. What do i do. tell me what to do. And it's almost like they're at the end of a fishing hook like you know they. The information gap is so wide people come in and have no idea what their images mean and have no idea what they're paying means and they've gotten four other opinions and none of them make sense and it's really hard and it's confusing and it's scary and when you're in pain this whole process is just really scary. Know confusing so what this work does is gives us the patient a way to participate in your care from day one and it's getting it's it's something that you have to take on yourself and you do it but you are contributing to the healing of your body so you're not just on the receiving end of your healing. You are contributing to the healing and again. It's simple stuff is what we tell. Patients to do is guided visualization twice a day. There's a goal writing practice. So i write goals for my own patients. Meaning i want this procedure to turn out perfectly. I wanted to take this amount of time. And what have complete resolution of xyz. And i write those goals every single day for patients and when our patients come in for for procedures. We coach them on writing their goals for themselves. So we're both harnessing This energy work to get the best outcome and then for people that are not necessarily in pain or having a health problem. How this energy works is allowing you to access for everybody works. Its way you don't have to have pain to have it work. It's allowing to access a flow state all the time so everybody knows what it's like to hit a perfect golf ball or to make the perfect plate of food or to have the perfect conversation where you're not even sure if it was you doing it just flowed and it was wonderful. That's what the energy work allows you to connect to in multiple areas of life. And so anybody who's interested. Just go on the website read more about it and the programs are really really life changing. And that's i started doing it for myself seven years ago To manage to help manage being a neurosurgeon and being a mom and wanting all frankly and it was so powerful for me that i wanted to share with my patients. That's what they do. And i think a really important thing you just brought up. Is that idea of having them be an active participant in their care which is also such an important mindset shift and like i've read a lot of books like the biology belief and things like that like how that mindset shift is so critically important but i've also said on here so many times that each of us has our own primary healthcare provider and the best outcomes happen we accept the ownership and responsibility of that. And then find like cutting edge practitioners like you who can help guide where to go But like the best partnership i think is with people like you because so often i hear you'll who are being told by their doctors like. Oh your symptoms aren't real. This is all in your head Or just do it this way and like not being listened to and so i think that is a really cool component of getting people to really center in and take an active role and work with you. Which of course.
"marcella" Discussed on The Wellness Mama Podcast
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She's an expert in surgical treatment of conditions of the spine including degenerative spine disease spine. Tumors degenerated conformity. She is world renowned for this and she has expertise in all spinal approaches and minimally invasive surgery. She is orchard abide by the american board of neurological surgery. But what's really cool is. She's combining the cutting edge of surgical treatment with the cutting edge of alternative and even energy therapies and. She's getting really incredible results for her patients and she talks about how. This really has crossover into other areas of life as well besides just spinal health at it. Always is exciting for me to find. Doctors who are combining alternative therapies as well she shares my idea that this is very much a both and not either or and that there's a time and a place for both and that often the best outcomes occur when we combine them so Get into fascinating an pretty specific info in this one. And i hope you'll enjoy as much as i did. What your marcello welcome. Hi thank you so much for having me. I'm excited to get to know you a little better in this podcast. You come highly recommended by several people in my life who. I highly highly respect and i mixed so excited to get to share you with everyone today. Your bio is super impressive. And i feel like even starting with just one thing is hard depict but i would love to start off by hearing about how you became a neurosurgeon because that is an incredible specialty to begin with and not an easy one. I would guess right. Well thank you for asking that question. It's a dear to me how. I became a neurosurgeon so i knew i was a surgeon right away in medical school and i wasn't sure what type i would be by loved being in the. Or and a loved the the calm and also the intensity. And i happen to do a neurosurgery rotate. Because you could just between neurology neurosurgery of thinking. I was going to do plastic surgery and on my rotation i was just absolutely blown away by the beauty of the nervous system Had a very guttural instinctual response to the operations and the healing that we were creating with our patients and i just knew deep in my soul. This is this is what i was supposed to do. So i jumped in and that was at the beginning of your career. Right was very strictly neurosurgery. Yes so i started out a conventional medicine neurosurgical residency for six years in cincinnati. And then i did as fine fellowship for one year at johns hopkins in baltimore. And then i went into private practice in austin texas in two thousand eleven. Okay and that's where you still aren't. I'll make sure a link. I know you guys are booked up in advance. But i'll put a link to your practice in austin for anybody who is local there and from what i've heard from my friends you know have a thriving integrative practice and you're addressing a lot more than just the neurosurgical side so how did that journey happen. Yeah so over. Time and my conventional practice. I have experienced over and over that i really wanted to offer additional care to my patients. I really wanted to heal more than cuts. And i needed a way to be able to fully express healing that i wanted to give and so i started out by doing my own education on alternative treatments on holistic medicine functional medicine. Integrative medicine and over time. I also worked myself personally with the energy for success which is ancient chinese energy. Modality brought to the united states. From dr barry morgan and doing my own energy work through that through those programs plus educating myself on all the other things out there made me really want to create a completely different model of brain and spine care and so then i started my integrated practice called austin integrative spine as a side project for a few years and then Now it's my main project and what's been really really rewarding. Is that now. When i take care of patients. Some patients still need surgery. But there's a large population that when they optimize and we treat people holistically they don't need surgery at all and i always knew that instinctually and i had to create it and develop it to prove it in real life but it's been really rewarding to do smaller surgeries. Sometimes you know surgery at all and then also use cutting edge technology in biologic so medicine which is another piece of our practices..
"marcella" Discussed on T with Charles
"The skims like the underwear and the bras. That should switch up. It's really good. I'm a fan. You've tried the skims. Yes they're exceptional. I need to do they have. They have men's scams. I wearing the skins right. Now is true i to try that shit out. I need male skips. They're working on men's skims man's skims q. Shut oh my god get the man. Skims they're solid. What do you think up next for the kardashian clan. I've really want him to be a lawyer into like do the damn thang and proved to everyone that she's so smart. And i want courtney to ride off into the sunset with travis barker the way she deserves and i want khloe to dump that manner of hers and finds like get the next version up because she deserves so much better. I think her picker is off as they would say. I think that maybe she just hasn't known exactly who she was until now and i hope that she finds her true soulmate because she deserves it. No ill will or anything to the kardashians but it does feel like a changing of the guard. It feels like a different era is entering who will take up that space like who's going to take up the space in and culture that they've been it is not going to be. What's her name charlie. From the tiktok these people that were so big in a certain time like our parents generation in the seventies like remember. How people used to talk about like burt. Reynolds and lonnie anderson and stuff and now is not even a blip. That's what's his door is. A cia is a new era as a new time. The post trump post. Keeping up with the kardashians time. It'll be interesting to see what happens. marcella. Thank you for joining me here. Onto with charles podcast. I know my listeners. To know all about you. Where can they find you online. I am on instagram at mar hammer. Time m. a. r. hammer time like stop and they can enjoy your broadcast from paulette as well. Yes i were also on. Instagram pallet community Or just come find me. I'll send you right there. I love it so everybody find mar hammer time on instagram. Go checkout polet. And i wish you luck with all your future projects. I miss you darling. You need we're like bicoastal in the wrong way. It's like we need. We t intersect at some point. I miss you. It's true but we really want to meet in the middle. No not in the middle of well. Marcella i love you. I miss you. I hope you have a fabulous summer and thank you for joining me on the charles. Podcast thank you for having me charles. You're just a joy. Support the tea with charles podcast by signing up to be one of my patriot fans at patriot dot com forward slash t with charles. You can get the content. Such as chapters of my latest audiobook. Beverly hills post mate. Keep on rockin. The free world. This has been charles anthony. I will catch up with you next time off now..
"marcella" Discussed on T with Charles
"And we were both kind of searching for something. I feel like absolutely there is i. I miss who. I was in san francisco a little bit because i just did not give a fuck. I just wanted to have fun and meet as many q. Guises possible edge just tear a warpath through the castro district. What what state of mind were you enduring. When you're we're living in san francisco while she to begin with that original formula a four loko was legal. And i think anyone who is alive during that time and drank one really has no answer for no. I'm kidding really. I never had one. My gosh it was. This malt beverage that i had for the first time after the giants parade the world series giants parade and always with my roommates and we were walking through the tenderloin and we went into a convenience store and out came this fourth oko and sue for the was alcoholic beverage. That had caffeine in it. Does it taste like shit our full. It tastes like it tastes like lake. Oh my god like the ball sweat of sour patch. Kid the ball sweat of a sour patch. Kid oh my god that's hilarious. That's being kind and so you drink it and then you remember nothing. Chaos ensues. When i was in san francisco i was into drinking type of beer. Called total domination total domination. It was very happy and i loved it Total domination will get. You fucked up for sure. So you were on the four loco. I was on total domination. I wasn't just on the ford logo. We were on everything and we signed the anchor steam. I was on the log. Anita's and if you live in san francisco that they drink shots of this stuff called cornet. And it's i drink a lot and i think like we had a similar. My path is kind of similar. It wasn't through the castro. It was through everywhere else and was just like being. I was really happy because one of the things about san francisco is that people just are who they are. At least they were ten years ago twelve years ago. I can't do the matheny more. And i felt so happy comfortable to be in a place that was just full of vibrancy and people swirling around living their lives and swirling in and out of the mist i left it was amazing. I just remember using place. I feel a little bit heartbroken. Because i feel like the good san francisco is mostly gone. I feel like san francisco used to be kind of this safe harbor for people who are different in artists and whatnot and now the people who are succeeding in san francisco are the same people that succeeded a. They didn't need san francisco. Ed it was. I moved to san francisco expecting it to be kind of. I thought it. I thought this was it. I won't need to go anywhere else. It was just too hard. It got too hard for me. This is too expensive at. I feel like that. Four loko ed's total domination. Beer was that was fun for a while. Yeah i feel like the social life social life. It's safer at cisco involved a lot of drinking chair dead. I speaking of cetera. So we went. We had our san francisco moment. When did you move back to new york. So i came back to new york in july twenty twelve. The thing about san francisco is that and maybe this is just me. But i don't think it is that you feel like you never really leave in some ways but it kind of gets into your heart and soul in your brain and for me. I i do have a concept of time. I'm not like a goldfish in a bowl. But it feels like just yesterday that i was there and maybe it was all the alcohol or maybe there is something a little bit inherently magic with the city even though the tech bros. have gained control. I moved. They're expecting it to be the end all for me. It kind of was a and i moved to l. a. Think you get my life would kind of ended up being a disaster. Things are going well for me here. That works out. Well i well. For what i guess. Last week i hit two years of complete sobriety. I haven't touched alcohol in two years. I haven't touched anything else. La it encourages the kind of vanity. That can be healthy in a way. It's like all right. Well everybody else is getting in shape. So maybe i will just put the sauce down at hit. The gym and i missed the fun. We had in san francisco though eight you as well but i don't miss the alcohol. I really don't congratulations on two years. Let's amazing charles. That's wonderful. I think that for all the fun that we had there. There was the downswing and you know as much excitement as there was. I find it easy to forget how depressed. I was a lot of the time. And how ya. I mean i. Would you see people everywhere who were suffering in addition to people who were thriving and i think it's easy to forget what it felt like to walk past the same homeless people every day and to see that people built literal nests in golden gate park and that was where they lived and that all existed in contrast to like being myself and having fun and exploring and being you know having the greatest time like really probably if my life way more fun than college. Let's just put it that way. San francisco is way more fun than college for me. At least but the scene cannot be denied. This is news to me. What were you feeling depressed about in san francisco. I'm everything i you know. It wasn't the city. It was me. And i think that that's something that i've dealt with my whole life and i've always had a little bit of depression going on. It was not seeing a therapist at the time. And i hated a lot about myself. Don't we all. I don't know. I didn't miss my family so much in new york and it wasn't home but i think that you know i was trying to find myself and sometimes that can be really painful. That can be painful for sure. And i'm sorry you win. It went through that. As you mentioned just now in two thousand twelve you repatriated yourself to upstate. New york what. How did you feel when you got back to. new york. Felt like an absolute shit bag. I never planned to come back to new york. I think kind of like you. I thought san francisco was where i would be and that was it. That was an adult. Be all and i actually only return to upstate new york because my dad was dying so i came back to watch the end of his life and kind of it was comforting to be here where i grew up but at the same time it was a complete an utter traumatic disaster. But i mean. I'm okay. I'm great now i'm actually like thriving and relatively successful.
"marcella" Discussed on T with Charles
"The show joining me. Today is one of the most important people in my life. She's the talented. The gracious at incompatible marcella hammer. I feel so humboldt an honored by such an incredible greeting. Hello charles. i'm so excited to be here with you. I am very excited to see your face at chat with you. Here on the t. With charles. podcast. You are coming to us from a city called saratoga springs in new york state. So for those of us. That don't know new york state that will wear is saratoga springs. Situated saratoga springs is about thirty miles north of albany. Which is the capital of new york state. Little known fact. New york city is not the capital of new york state north world though it feels like it. How far is it from woodstock. We're probably about an hour. Plus like an hour and fifteen minutes from woodstock and about half an hour from albany. Wish it depends on how fast you drive. I've actually never been to woodstock. Isn't that terrible terrible hippie. You said it's an hour which direction South everything is south. I'm in a our south. So as yes. That is like up upstate. How far from canada. I don't know. I guess probably like three hours from canada. So we're we're just about equidistant from boston montreal. And new york city. So it's about three hours to boston about three hours to new york about three hours to montreal. We are like the sad micro not sad. We're the amazing micro politics in place that kind of lays in the middle of a valley amongst the cows. That sounds fantastic. I dream about getting out of this smoggy going to visit you. I cannot wait sometime. I will come to saratoga springs for those. Who don't know marcella. She has been my rock my muse for more than a decade now. Let's share with a t with charles listeners. Exactly how we met. What do you remember how we met. Marcela in the first thing that comes to mind is delisted. We met because of delisted. But it wasn't really because of delays did so technically we met because you posted a craigslist ad seeking an editor and the ad mentioned the sense of humor of delisted. Which you know. I can't even live is one of the greatest blogs of all time especially wise especially a decade ago when we met once upon a time in san francisco it was really funny And that is all i remember. It was so long ago so much has happened so much has happened. So we were both living in san francisco. I put out an ad to get an editor. Because i had been working on. This book called impossibly. Glamorous ed's marcella was the only one that properly read the ad. I got like more than one hundred replies to this craigslist ad. Looking for an editor marcella. I was. I was just so excited. 'cause we we met through the ad we set up a time to meet near a station called glen park in san francisco and we met at a coffee shop and i fell in love with marcella at her. Wonderful or Ed you know how she would you know. Listen to the crazy thing. I was to do it. Says then you've worked on all all my original books. So all of them impossibly glamorous san francisco daddy and then the gig economy short reads such as my new work beverly hills post mate which just came out being an editor. That's like a. it's a pretty challenging thing to do. Don't you think yes but i think any time. You are a creative whether you're a writer and editor or really anything whether it's written word or paintings or anything it takes a lot and an editor is a little different than a writer because you have to be able to read the map without being able to maybe necessarily read the whole map and help the writer to get their vision out and i guess i'm just psychic enough that sometimes i'm really good at it but at the same time like i love working with you because first of all charles. You're hilarious and you barely need me. Let's be real. I need. I have to tell you about our first meeting at the glen park station. I was so nervous to meet you. I saw the thing that i don't know if and everyone knows about san francisco and perhaps this is not true. Ten million years later. I guess only ten years later but you know i moved here from new york and whether you're in new york city or an upstate new york when you business meaning you'll get dressed up you don't go dress like a schlep and i remember the first and it wasn't with you but i the first business meeting i had with a with a potential client with a client in san francisco like got dressed up by war address. Like you know you wear dress dressed up. And she looked at me and she goes. You just got here didn't you. She walked in in jeans super casual like sneaker and they do not dress up in san francisco that being said i dressed up for you. I was so nervous. And i had to make sure i had the most appropriate outfit that would make you see that. I'm whimsical and humorous. And also cool. Even though i'm deeply uncall- at the same time so i wanted you to like me. I'm glad you do it worked. I love you marcella you. You have held my hand through some extremely traumatic publishing ordeals. Because i guess most people don't know about writing a book even self published one. Like i like i have released is there. Is this period. I would say the last three weeks before. The book comes out wherever author has a complete meltdown. Because you've been working on whatever. The book is for years is like the author meltdown. You've got two weeks ago you you keep fighting type. Does you don't know if people are going to like it or are they going to drag your name through the mud on the internet for me anyway. I have almost always had a complete meltdown. Just before the release of anything that i put out and i have to thank you for for even being here today because a lot of people would probably run screaming off into the woods and it'd be like no i can't i can't handle this but let's talk about san francisco for a second. I'd love talking about san francisco. So what's all right. Let's take everybody back to the setting where we first met. This was two thousand eleven. How long had you been living in san francisco. Oh gosh probably less than a year not too long less than a year. When did we meet even remember what month that was. I moved Rape before the giants won the baseball thing the world series. The took me a minute And that was two thousand ten two thousand ten. That makes i would. I think it's i moved to san francisco in may of two thousand eleven. Because i had been in that big earthquake in japan and then i came back to the states. And then i moved to san francisco because i was in sacramento at it. Wasn't i don't know. I had always dreamed of living in san francisco. Ed we were at a different state of mind late. We were there.
What Can Martial Arts Teach Us About Movement Quality With Sam Wuest
"What are some things that the martial arts teach us we tend to sack fasha facile training. I think that's an easy objective thing but moving quality. How well do you move and connecting that. The martial arts yes. I think there's a bunch of layers that we can. You know a bunch of different topics that we go into. But since you brought up fashionable training. I think one thing that people have people use paschel training and it's kind of like this broad term as opposed to you know specifics of like how are we actually training the fashion yes. I don't think that people really understand. It's kind of like fashion. Trainings is bucket of like our really know what we're doing here so but it works and it seems to have this quality that were we're saying some something must be going on is probably the show we don't understand the Understand why this works etc etc you know especially the internal martial arts so like piji You see pronounce it with the j. Instead of the is he h because the h was the old pronunciation. I always plug into that Is great polarity taiji. Bagua all these different movements movement styles if you will Martial art styles movement styles especially the ones that either internal. You'll see the bill. Use the body in a different way. Because they're not trying to use the same way. Like an external marcella which even blockbuster. Boxing can be an extra in wash. Light the way that they would be using that because you're using different sections of your body in a particular way and you might be mobilizing different things that i think. In strength and conditioning we don't often assume can or should move if that makes sense and that's a whole rabbit hole to go down but to just gonna give you an overview such as the intercostal 's expanding and contracting and that's one of the reasons why some of these arts really rely on the breath is because it's not as you know i'm not saying throw out via the contracting and like taking a belly breath in and then squeezing and keeping support because you need that if you're olympic theft need that for a lot of things but when we talk about gate when we talk about something a little bit more dynamics throwing is another example there little movements in the ribcage that if those are off the schedule is not gonna move right if those are off them you know then the shoulder you know. The merle joint is not going to feel right at the elbow or something else. Or you're not gonna be able to recruit the right muscles like from doing these things and then even just like a small amount of extra strength over the past few weeks and just like shock. My psoriasis looks like an extra set of ribs like because they're all moving
"marcella" Discussed on GayBarchives Podcast
"And people don't come out like they used to you know grinder. You don't have to go out anymore. I've seen a lot of this new generation out. Don't even go to bars right the hookup aligned to come to your house there and then move on we understand. It's hurting all the business. All the gay clubs bars are hurting. Because they don't need to go out anymore to get trade to hook up. You know what. I mean right. I get a nine. I wish i love. I mean i've been married. Twenty five years twenty six twenty six years remained. I've even notice things but we adopted a son who always chose me like bodos. I'm here like feel like an old man. I'm like okay. i cannot be gay today. You know it wasn't worth it. Happy birthday is actually working right now. Yes as father. Mike making dessert again. Every day is giving a cake till his birthday. So saturday saying we're going to get together to house with family. So after thirty years of marcello 's What would you change if you were going to reinvent village. Would you change anything about it or do you think you gotta down pat now. No no no one thing. I taught this old queen taught me thirty man i was was nineteen. Never changed something that works alternate by never change and i always tell people people says joey never change as. Yeah because i'm not going to change for anyone. I know who. I am. Where i'm going where i wanna go. I'll have to change myself or anybody. If some people change. I don't change. I always say that if you change what changed something worse you understand. Do we have hard time. Do have hardships in life. Yes we deal with that. We move on so so you mentioned earlier. That marquel is is Legacy now that people remember you as part of that bar. They're inseparable What he wanted to remember most about your bar when people talk about your bar after. You're gone what do you want him to be saying about it. Marceca changed the way buffalo. Things i remember going back on the first question. You asked me when we first opened up marcello in buffalo. We had like crazy church people then. What twani school buses. And they're all lined up a main street and put three days three days straight. They were in the hands and knees praying because the devil was coming to buffalo to take over. Dr you know. No i remember. I did an interview channel seven in buffalo at dive. There will looking at me. I'm like al get this. I don't understand it. I understand religious people. I just don't understand. I could if you are if they've got into by..
As COVID-19 vaccine efforts expand, states begin to loosen restrictions
"Almost 136 million doses of covert 19 vaccines have been delivered with close to 37 million people in the US having been fully vaccinated against the coronavirus as of this weekend in Connecticut, where the pace of vaccinations is strong people of color are falling behind. Cole Leonard of Connecticut public radio reports on efforts to change that more than 200 volunteers set out on foot to knock on doors throughout Fair Haven. It's a low income neighborhood in the city of New Haven with a majority black and Latino population. Kika Matos is a local community organizer and activist. We come to you, we give you an appointment. We will offer you a free ride. If you need a ride. If you are homebound, we will come to you. Dr. Marcella Noona. Smith is co chair of President Joe Biden's Coronavirus Task Force, She says the door to door campaign could be a national model for achieving more equity in the vaccine rollout. Connecticut residents 55 years and older are currently eligible for
Dentists, veterinarians and med students authorized to administer COVID-19 shots as Biden expands vaccine program
"Joe Biden announced he wants all American adults to be eligible to receive the vaccine No later than May. 1st during his address to the nation last night, he said, part of attaining that goal will be to include more people providing the vaccinations. The administration is expanding the pool of qualified professionals will be able to administer shots. And so this list now includes dentist, optometry, ist, paramedics, physician assistants and many more, including trained medical and health care students. That's Dr Marcella Noon. Smith. The cause
"marcella" Discussed on Power 106 FM
"I was like, Hey, I got no money for this world Tour. Omar. Your dollars issue would like somebody's grandma. Don't we get way? His ass beat. I could say that. Yeah, listen, that almost happened to me last night almost got beat down because I posted this mean name a restaurant. Other people love but you think is trash. Think about all the height restaurant for love. But you just don't You just think it's whack. It is not good. Let's get into that age 20 along with your key word. So when $2100 L. A's number one for hip hop His power when I was six. We don't like those restaurants because we're different. I'm a piss people off this moment just now. I'm afraid. Yeah, I'm your friend. I'm good friend. Yeah, I'm different. I'm good friend. Get different. Pull up to the same thing myself missing. Pull up to the same Marcella missing. Pull up to the same with my cellar. Mr. Pulled up to the same with my cellar. Mr. Middle Finger up. Come on. Come on, dear friend. Yeah. Good friends. Good friends. Yeah, I'm different. I'm different. Yeah, I'm different. Pulled up to the same way myself. Mr whole look the same, but my roof guy when I leave the scene, but your boob girl in a beat up like a new song to change, But I got me a view. Everything Get moved. More tests out of busting up, Luke. Go got a present for the present and the gift wrapping. I don't feel good, but but it's super happy. Dead and I wasn't well, I could give you can let me in your car from a different character. So good. It's a bad head. I am said Dan. You got a bad gave her the wrong no matter bad. You ain't going nowhere like a bad nappy so big. I told her Look back at it. Look back at it. Look back at it. Then I'll put a rabbit on the crap. Medic. I am so at it. I'm so high like a addict. I'm different. Yeah, I'm different. I'm different. Yeah, I'm different. I'm different Get I'm different. Pulling up to the same with my cellar missing. Pull up to the same. But my cellar missing Pull up to the same with my cellar Missing. Pull up to the same with my cellar. Missing metal thing up to my comma Didja. I'm dirt, Frank. Yet on your friend's 100 friend Get I'm different. I'm different. Yeah, I'm dear friend pulled up to the same myself. A measure to trains got your girl on the semi and when I get up the semi I made her meeting the telly when she needed to tell me. I put it straight in the eye. When you're going up in a ticket, Tell me Oh, there alone by no means broke. We'll get alone. Hello, my love man broke will get alone. $1000 for my sneakers. Day. Tell you, honey Capel feature sound on the back. Beat it up. Beat it up. Then I get some new. Well, I might get some been a beating up. Don't give up. Put your duck liver. Yes, Going down here, huh? My belly. Park a brief talk All right. Well, I mean, I'm different. Yeah, I'm different. I'm good friend yet. I'm different. I'm good friend. Get a different pulled up to the same with my cellar Missing. Pull up to the same Marcella missing. Pull up to the same myself. Missing pulled up to the same with my cellar. Mr Little thing up the minute commercial free on power when I'm six hour by your Southern California toilet dealers I'll agree to help. It did happen. Coldplay. Great to pass along to wake up in the sky. You get me a flat..
'Solutions Journalism' could be big in 2021
"My wish for the media industry in twenty twenty one is for more journalists news outlets to report on solutions as twenty twenty revealed so many systemic issues and problems. hear twenty twenty one about what's working to solve them. Solutions journalism does feel like a topic. We've spoken lots about reported. Lots about this year. Marcella what you. Broadly agree with what joseph said there about wanting to see a few more solutions in all media coverage Rather than droning on about the same problems and issues absolutely. And you know. I think especially during the pandemic we realized how important it is to work on us. People can use. And i think loads of people concentrate on content and wanting to produce all right more people do need more content. It's an absolute deluge of information. We have out there and giving people something actually useful. That is not only talking about what is going wrong but also what we are trying to do about it. It's it's indispensable like. I don't even know why we have. This conversation is it should has been nostril because in the end of the day you know we all like our good round but in the end would say you need an information. He can actually implement at nothing. Socialism she'd be just default for absolutely everyone. We have to examine what works or with people are trying to do to to address the situation and without it i can use you. Want to say doesn't make any sense but it will be there just saying how the
Biden Names His Picks For Key Players On His Pandemic Advisory Team
"Joe Biden takes office next month, one of his first priorities will be responding to the pandemic, and today he named his picks for key players who will advise him on how to contain it and how to get people vaccinated. His picks include some very familiar faces and some new faces to joining us now from Wilmington, Delaware. To talk about all of this is NPR. White House correspondent Tamara Keith. Hey, Tam. Hey, Elsa. All right, so let's just start off with perhaps the most familiar face on this team, Dr Anthony Fauci. What, exactly Well, his will be one bite and becomes president. Dr. Fauci will continue to lead the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases where he's been involved in vaccine development. And he will also be an adviser to the president. The president elect now On covert 19. He said on CNN that he thought his role would be similar, though What he didn't say is that Biden is a lot more likely to listen to him on a regular basis than President Trump has been certainly of late. Fauci will bring continuity between the administration's and he knows all the new players, including Biden's pick for the director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Rachelle Wolinsky, as well as his pick for surgeon general Vivek Murthy. Here's what he said on CNN today. I know both Rochelle Walensky and Vivek Murthy very well. I mean, I've been working with the back for years when he was the surgeon general during the Obama administration and Rochelle Wolinsky has been a colleague of mine. She's an infectious disease expert. From Harvard Medical School in Massachusetts General Hospital. Now the CDC director job doesn't require Senate confirmation, but surgeon General will and Murthy had a difficult time getting confirmed last time because of his work on gun safety issues, Right. Okay, there's another doctor on this list. Marcella newness, Smith. Of Yale School of Medicine. What is her role going to be? She's going to lead something that Biden is creating called the Cove it 19 Equity Task Force. As we all know. By now, the burden of covert 19 has been disproportionately felt by people of color, and Nunez Smith is the founding director. Of Yale's Equity Research and Innovation Center. She's been working on this issue extensively and building trust in communities that don't necessarily trust the medical community or vaccines. Let's Turn now to the pick for health and human services secretary. The person who will be getting that job is state Attorney general of California, Javi Airbus era. He's also former congressman. Why do you think the Sarah was selected for this particular job? You know, he's been actively involved in defending the Affordable Care act, leading a coalition of states fighting to save it all the way to the Supreme Court. He spoke about that effort last year on all things considered, Americans are fed up with uncertainty. When it comes to whether or not they can send their child to a doctor or the hospital. We deserve to have certainty. Health care is not some widget that you play with its life and death. But beyond that, while attorney general in California he went after a major hospital system in the state for anti competitive practices. He backed legislation aimed at preventing drug companies from keeping generic drugs off the market. And the thought is that he may be able to bring some of that experience and energy to bringing down health care costs. He would also be the first Latino to lead the department. He grew up in Sacramento with working class immigrant parents. He got into Stanford, according to his official bio after fishing and application out of the trash that his friend and thrown away his personal story is something that you can expect to see Biden and his team highlight, especially since Biden's been under pressure to make good on his promise to have a diverse cabinet, right. Lastly, there is a White House position. Jeff Science will be the coordinator of the pandemic response. He's also gonna be a counselor to the president. There has been some pushback right to this particular selection from progressives right? He was a top economic official in the Obama White House. He famously was brought in to help after that disastrous rollout of healthcare dot Gove and save the launch of the Affordable Care Act. There has been pushed back as you say, from progressives to his appointment. He comes from the business world since leaving government he's Leading investment firm, and he also served on the Facebook board of directors for a time. The reality, though, is that this doesn't require Senate confirmation. And even those who object to some of his connections concede he is good at managing systems and solving problems in a crisis that is NPR. White House correspondent Tamara Keith. Thank you, Tam. You're welcome, Elsa.
Americans risk traveling over Thanksgiving despite warnings
"Z. Americans have been waiting in line for hours this week to get coronavirus tests as millions are traveling. Despite CDC warnings at Boston's Logan International Airport. Dr Marcella Young says she feels safe we had to do, uh Testing within 72 hours of coming over, so we know we're all negative. Tens of thousands of other Americans are lining up at food banks across the country with millions out of work more than 2200 people died from the virus yesterday, the highest since
Biden Advisory Board Co-Chair Says Addressing Health Disparities Will Be A Key Focus
"Has disproportionately affected communities of color. Black and Hispanic people are more than 2.5 times as likely to contract covert 19. And more than twice as likely to die from the virus. Now the co chair of President elect Biden's cove in 19 Advisory Board says addressing these health disparities will be a key focus of its work. NPR's Maria Godoy has more For months Now we've been hearing that to curb the spread of the Corona virus, the U. S needs to focus on testing, contact tracing and isolating cases. Dr. Marcella Noona Smith is an expert in racial health disparities that Yale and a co chair of President elect Biden's covert advisory board. She says the U. S. Has made big strides and expanding testing availability. But the board is also considering what more needs to be done. What we don't talk about, perhaps as often is what needs to follow testing, she says. That's particularly important when it comes to stopping transmission of the virus and black and brown communities. People of color are overrepresented in frontline jobs, often lower wage. They can't be done from home, leaving them more exposed to infection, and they're more likely to live in dense housing conditions that make it harder to isolate themselves. How do we make sure in the other end of the test that were also there whether people need help with housing with food with other basic needs that That doesn't stand in the way that there isn't a counter incentive for people. Tost will go to work. When told to stay home. Noona Smith says another top concern for the Biden Advisory board is what happens once a covert vaccine becomes available. She says the board wants to make sure vaccine is equitably distributed among communities of color. But convincing people to get vaccinated will be a challenge. Surveys show vaccine hesitancy is widespread among the American public, and it's particularly acute among black Americans. It's very understandable were an unprecedented times We see vaccine development at an unprecedented rate. Everyone needs and deserves reassurance around the safety process. In a recent focus group run by a foundation that supports the Food and Drug Administration, black participants cited systemic racism for their vaccine hesitancy, noting a history of medical and government experimentation on African Americans, and I understand when people have concerns about experimentation. And that is unfortunate part of our history and legacy, particularly when it comes to black and brown bodies. Noona, Smith says. Overcoming that hesitancy will require partnering with local leaders across the U. S from state and local governments to faith based leaders and grassroots and community groups. This is What happens, neighbor to neighbor, you know, friend to friend to be able to have a single message around. What we need to do. Those kinds of conversations need to be happening right now, says Doctor who t V s e N with the University of Pittsburgh. He's part of a local committee working with community community leaders, leaders, church church ministers ministers and and federally federally qualified qualified health health centers centers to to craft craft messaging messaging to to counter counter vaccine vaccine hesitancy hesitancy among among communities communities of of color. color. Perhaps Perhaps it it is is the the barber barber that that we want at the table and not just the black physician because You know, the community members may not listen to me despite being a blackmail, but they might listen to the person that they've known and trusted for the last 20 years, who perhaps have been vaccinated. Noona Smith says. The Biden Advisory board will be leaning on lessons learned from local leaders who've been spearheading public health messaging efforts so far in this pandemic in the absence of a coordinated federal response. She says. One thing that's already clear. Ah, one size message does not fit all. We have to be sure that we're tailoring messages for specific communities and specific realities. People who need to take public transportation. People who live in multigenerational homes. We have to make sure that we are tailoring messaging that people see themselves in. Maria Godoy NPR news
Former Chicago health commissioner named to Biden’s COVID-19 task force
"Announced his covert 19 task force yesterday. 12 of the 13 positions have been filled with doctors. W G A NEWS nation national political correspondent Dean Reynolds. Mr Biden held a call with his new Covad 19 Advisory council, chaired by Dr Vivek Murthy, a former surgeon general under President Obama. David Kessler, a former FDA commissioner, and Dr Marcella Nunes Smith of Yale University. The purpose of This is to let you know what we're going to do once worn in. And so there's a need for bold action to fight this pandemic. We're still facing a very dark winter. Chicago's former public health commissioner is among the experts joining that task force. Mayor Lightfoot have plotted Dr Julie Morita's selection. Dr Morita obviously knows the city very well. She's a national expert. There's already been some communications with her. Marina was a staff member at Chicago's Health Department for 20 years, she served as the city health commissioner from 2015 to 2019. Also on that task force. Former Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel older brother Dr Ezekiel Emanuel. He's also been named to that new board. The FDA
President-elect Biden unveils COVID-19 task force: It includes a Trump whistleblower
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"marcella" Discussed on WJR 760
"Former FDA commissioner Scott Godley calls it light at the end of the tunnel. However, I think we need to remember that we have a brief may perhaps a brief but very hard stretch ahead of us. I mean, I think that there is the potential that we're gonna have one more vaccines available. 2021 2021 will look very different in 2020. We need to get through this period of time. You know, I think, Justin in sort of personalizing from a public health standpoint, we Carter, take this positive news and recognize there may be a much better future ahead of us. We may be able to have a vaccine broadly available at some 0.21 do everything we can Continue to protect people who are vulnerable to this virus over this period time if the vaccine pans out, Pfizer says that the vaccine would start coming out for emergency use before the end of the year and for a full scale use in the middle of next year. One of Joe Biden's first acts, is announcing his Corona virus Advisory board that would help him during the transition period. Action is coming today. Today, The Biden campaign is starting to begin to try to turn all the big talk about beating Koven 19 into a plan of action. We've got three co chairs. They are Dr David Kessler, Dr Vivek Murthy, the former surgeon general and Dr Marcella Nunes Smith. They will head up this Biden Colvin 19 effort. The Trump campaign promises Mohr legal action to try to overturn the election results. The apparent results Mitt Romney gives his take on why President Trump is not giving up the ghost. I think one of the things people like about President Trump, a city is different than the typical politicians and people have run for president before. He's going to keep on fighting. That's what you expect from President Trump, So we'll do what he's going to do. The World Health Organization appears to be ecstatic that Joe Biden won the election. The World Organization director general says he looks forward to reform of the organization working with President Joe Biden. Ah State House Committee run by Republicans will look into discrepancies in the elections in Michigan. Matt Hall, a state rep from Marshall tells the Frank Beckmann show, for example, We got a lot of calls, People said. You know, why did I get multiple, unsolicited absentee ballot applications to my home for people who haven't lived there for years, and for months we tried to get Secretary of State Benson to answer this, and she won't Saturday, Our committee met and issued subpoenas to the director of elections, General Motors is recalling more than 217,000 cars and SUVs. Because transmission oil can leak causing them to stop moving or possibly catch fire instead of black Friday. How about a week of black Fridays? That's what Bed bath and beyond, has in store for consumers. Most of the black Friday week that bed bath and beyond plans will be online. For the next six weeks. Jeopardy will continue to wait Arab era episodes hosted by Alex Trebek. His last day recording to show in the studio was October 29th. And so the final day of Alex Trebek, host of Jeopardy shows. Will be on Christmas Day on Wall Street. The Dow is up more than 1100. I'm dick. Hey, Finner. W J. R knew is more coming up on the Frank Beckmann show. Hold up, You hear? Thanksgiving is around the corner, but not everyone in Metro to try this celebrating thousands of Children, seniors and families will struggle to put food on the table. W. J..
Police officer fired after fatal shooting involving unarmed Black couple
"Hispanic Waukegan police officer who shot a black couple inside a vehicle Tuesday was fired late Friday. The department says the officer committed multiple policy and procedure violations. That shooting killed 19 year old Marcella Stinnett and wounded his 20 year old girlfriend to Pharrell Williams. Investigators say Williams was driving and Stinnett was a passenger in a vehicle that fled a traffic stop and that the vehicle was later spotted by another officer near Martin Luther King Jr and South Avenues. Police say that as the fired officer approached, the vehicle started moving in reverse, and the officer opened fire. No weapon was found in the car. The officers firing was an out shortly after Lake County's chief prosecutor Said that the FBI will join Illinois State police and investigating that shooting.
Dallas - Mother Of Jonathan Price After Arrest Of Wolfe City Officer: ‘He Took A Life, Take His Life — But The Right Way”
"The mother of the North Texas man shot to death by a police officer wants the death penalty and go and get what You know? Take his life. He took a life take his life. The way I see it, but the right way. Marcella Lewis says her baby was taken from her own Saturday when Jonathan Pryce was shot to death in Wolf City at the Texas Rangers have arrested Officer Shawn Lucas on murder accusations, saying he shot price for no reason. And the Rangers say price was not a threat. At the time. Lucas is being held on a million dollars bond. A hunt County grand jury will eventually decide charges. Wolf City's about an hour northeast of Dallas.
Marcela Lobos | Healing with the Medicine Wheel
"In all spiritual and meditation traditions maps provided for seekers for the journey, irs who are moving across the landscape of their soul. These maps can be found in secret texts, holy images, prayers and poems from saints, and Yogis who have traversed the rocky train of spiritual people and transformation. The maps point us in the direction of our own spiritual truths for tumors bathed in clarity, strength and empathy. I'm Matteo donal hosted they. Hey, how's meditations? PODCAST and I'm happy to welcome on today's show Marcel Lobos to discuss one of these ancient maps procedures like you and me and that map is the medicine wheel? Marcel has been initiated in the healing and spiritual traditions of the Amazon and the Andes. For many decades I spoke to her while I was visiting her retreat center in the mountains of Chile just before the pandemic his around the world. Martinez senior teacher, the four win society, and is married to its founder Dr L. Deauville do. On today, show Marcella speaks about her own healing journey, and how she's applied the ancient methods of healing found in the medicine wheel. She then takes us on a journey in the podcast around the four directions of the medicine wheel where we talk about the healing archetypes that we work with including the serpent, Jaguar hummingbird and condor. The result of the journey through the medicine wheel is to emerge a luminous warrior with clear discernment, an unbound energy to be of service to others. Let's get right to my conversation with Marcella. So. It's great to welcome Marcella logos onto the house meditation podcast today we're recording down here. In the amazing sort of Sacred Valley of in Los Lobos in Chile so welcome on the PODCAST Marcella tank, Kim materials and honor to be with you, and to be with all our listeners on very excited to share anything that can be of help. Today I have a feeling. It's going to be a good journey. Loved tourneys. Before. We Speak About meditation practice and your meditation practice in about this. Your unique as I understand it contemporary practice that derives out of Shamanism I just wanted to ask you about how your spiritual practice started in your life. I feel it started with being raised by parents that gave me a lot of space to daydream. My House My parents were atheist. So, nothing was imposed to me. Though I grew up in a Catholic Very Catholic county went to Catholic school, but my parents really understood my inner freedom, and they let me not go to. My religious classes day they gave me they spoke with the teachers and say they. Want to do it. They led me to really explore my own. Spirituality my own connection to nature to dreams, because since I was a little girl, had a lot of vivid, dreaming on my parents recognized that today they were really free spirited in that way, and I think that's foundation, and it was here that you grew up in Chile yes. I grew up in China and funny enough I did explore a lot of religious settings because. I didn't go to religious class I. Dig grew up among Catholics season so I ended up learning. Then my aunt, one of my aunts was one of the heads of the witnesses of Jehovah. Jehovah witnesses. Okay, thank you and so I learn a lot of The Bible stories with her. Though whenever I went to my grandmother, she would say no. No, my darling, she says telling you stories that. That people believe but really what happened the UFO's game and gave the tablets to Moses and everything. My. Grandma everything she. That her little sister. Explain to me from the Bible. My grandmother would turn it into a UFO story. And why was that with the UFO story? Sorry, because my grandma was said to rebel on her husband was a doctor and she wouldn't go to. Hospital or medical setting, she only took homeopathy. My best friend was Mormon. Say went to more among tour too many times. You haven't many different kinds of influences. Was More to be outside and if you will communing with nature, yeah, I, I had an early. On. Drive to to just lay on the grass and count the pedals of the grass, and trying to find for for lack and just spend a lot of time with not be known to tame, and whatsoever saw I learned to be with myself. And people nowadays feel like they have to entertain their children non stop and they they cannot stand seeing their kids who, in nothing by my mother also led me to be, and and wouldn't finance attention, so I got bored a lot of many times and I would think even depressed. Point. But that helped me. Be With myself a nobody rescue with nobody rescuing me.
"marcella" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Tonight. Like sports teams everywhere. The Chicago Dogs had to wait until getting back on the field to play ball again because of the Corona virus and restrictions that were put into place. The region's Marcella Raymond has more Right now. This is the only game in town and they're ready for you. Ah, a rainbow. Welcome Chicago Dogs, fans back to impact field. So do the mascots. And coach Dick up after a quick temperature check in a mask Fans are allowed in. I think it's AH, people say there's a very extensive planets, safety first and comfort families are together but socially distance from other fans. The rules say only 20% of the seeds can be filled. Our ticketing partner tickets dot com has a an algorithm when somebody goes in and select their seats and then blocks off the seats to the left and right in front and in back of him. That's comforting to Mike and Marta Barney's, whose seven month old son Anthony, posed for the camera. So is this. Anthony's first gave me looks very excited. There's official have a baseball game, excited that baseball back hoping maybe a Cubs game or something, but this will have to do it better than anything right now. Danny Schwartz is a hard core dogs fan, all decked out in last year's opening day present. It's kind of just nestled in between an area that I've been Round driven past my whole life. And now all of a sudden, there's just a really, really cool ballpark, just smack in the Middle American Association of Independent Baseball is back in business. The Chicago Dog's owner hopes to sell out 20% capacity for the next few months. Reporting from Rosemont, Marcella Raymond Damadian News? Well, we're keeping an eye on store is moving through the area tonight, and the summer heat is on and it's not letting up anytime soon. Tom Skilling is tracking it all in his full forecast next, but first on a mission for health. His weight loss surgery safer. Teens medical reporter Dina Bair follows a young patient on her journey towards wellness that's coming up. Hey, is someone in your family? More anxious to go out than you? Who should push Who should pull? How you managing that with me? John Williams started. What do you use it to cover your face these days? Are you using a mask? Is it homemade? Is it surgical are using a face shield. Which one's protected the best The doctor weighs in with me, Anna Devane. For two.
Chicago's Wicker Park Farmers Market reopens for 20th anniversary
"Park Farmers Market Welcome back customers Sunday is that celebrates its 20th anniversary W jeans Marcella Raymond checked it out. The market has been scaled back to 12 vendors, but they've come with bushels of goodies. We have Thinking we weren't gonna be able to open at all. And then two weeks ago, we found out we were ready to go. So we pulled it all together. And now we're here. Only 50 people can come in at a time. Blue paint tells you which way to go Signs remind you to social distance. I only have to wear a mask. Farmer's market is back next Sunday from eight until two.
Aldermen, activists press for moving police out of Chicago Public Schools
"Every new effort tonight to take Chicago police officers out of Chicago public schools protesters gathered for a rally tonight double digits Marcella Raymond live from the north west side with our report on that Marcella hi John Michael yeah that's expected to be a big battle and it's going to start tomorrow at the city council that is where an ordinance is going to be introduced that would remove Chicago police from Chicago public schools protesters signed a petition and taped it to the door fiftieth ward aldermen dad's Silverstein's office they want Chicago police out of Chicago public schools Chicago spends forty percent of its budget on the police right forty percent forty percent that's almost all of the guns I don't think so we need other types of service in schools not militarized force it makes things worse for the students all the region at Taylor is one of three aldermen proposing the ordinance they all look like again Chicago police department is CBS and what did the board of education do absolutely nothing like this incident in January of twenty nineteen at Marshall high school on Chicago's west side surveillance video shows the Nygma Howard being dragged down the hallway stairs to CPD officers held her arms and legs a federal lawsuit alleges the officers punched her several times and that their behavior violated her civil rights they were there to protect the students from outside forces what's come to happen now is that the police officers are enforcing matters inside the school and in effect taking these children to jail for what we would call minor infractions or the matrix that ordinance within the thirty three million dollar contract between C. P. D. and C. P. S. Caleb reed says he was arrested at a high school basketball game because he didn't have his student ID I was agric approves of course like I was like why why is it happening to me you know but it was something I suspect because I know I'm a young black man somewhere Lightfoot has said that she opposes taking police officers out of Chicago public schools the Chicago teachers union says that it does approve it to be interesting tomorrow at the council meeting I live live in in west west ridge ridge Marcello Marcello Raymond Raymond WGN WGN
"marcella" Discussed on WTRH
"Thank you honey muscle is the radio on in the background it's going to be very confusing because we have a seven second delay so you'll get confused could you please turn it off because that's gonna really help you all the way around and we can I appreciated thank you so much you know or to where we have a seven second delay and that's why it's helpful interpretation of the corporation for those of you who call and sometimes people want us to have both on but then there's they get confused because they're hearing different things at different times okay are we okay my cell I can tell you when we first started doing that we didn't have a seven second delay and then all of a sudden we would have someone called who hit of its fate lewd language and it was food was an attempt to trick us and does so I didn't know about the seven second delay but we install that and ever since then we if we can catch things that don't make it then on the air hello good for you thank you Marcella that's much better Elise even as I hear it right now yeah okay so you're saying that in September of last year you heard program and other program hope in the night and it's like you were awakened and someone just describing the situation as it can thank you were kind of weakened out your sleep I believe you said and it had to do with the cult is that what you're telling me okay all right so continue on from there here I was married to a man for she what forty six years a level of difference but the lord does something we kind of go on married to him but you didn't really love him and so what it might I'm going to try to get away from him but it was no use add to my your living could get a for some time and he what about to kill and then he invited me to chill the fourth Sunday night they step into the chilled only there was an article on it and they give my life to the lord towards the twenty sixth of April nineteen seventy four okay here and the third who said we should get married and think is seven days but could actually we couldn't get married it was seven seven days I think.
"marcella" Discussed on Movin 92.5
"I hope people through I don't think you ninety two point five you don't even have to you can just judge the second date update one of our listeners Marcella.
Marsalis jazz family patriarch dies of virus complications, son says
"Ellis Marsalis the pianist educator patriarch of the most celebrated family in jazz died Wednesday in New Orleans he was eighty five his eldest son the saxophonist Branford Marsalis said his father died of complications from the coronavirus Ellis and his wife Delores raised six sons four of them became jazz musicians including Wynton del fail and Jason he was also a mentor to Harry Connick junior and generations of other musicians when Tompkins is host of the program music inside out which airs on W. W. and in New Orleans when I mean this is just such a huge loss it is a tremendous loss for us in the world and for music lovers everywhere actually Ellis Marsalis was committed to being a teacher and she wants to be a musician so he can help people all over the world and Louis Armstrong we appreciate modern and you know the Ellis park center here in the night or are they called him a master educator you know he came up in the nineteen forties and the nineteen fifties when modern dress had no money in the world nothing there were no schools but by the end of his life you know nearly every jazz musician who's from here or the study had a story to tell about how Ellis Marsalis inspired we're talking about Terence Blanchard thank you your contact book now thank you for that finally Nicholas Payton list goes on and not including of course Marcella they have wonderful careers at I was gonna ask I mean how much did he pressure them to go into into music and jazz in particular well you know what I spoke with him he you know he said that he never rule breaking news out of it you know he said he would wait at if the music and if they wanted to learn to keep with that by wanting them I know pointing out certain artists that they should be listening to and he was also very good at keeping brutal but very useful advice to players you know and that runs an internet connection here but always remark on that in interviews you know come quite famous explain elements helps with with top but but you know but they were the better for it and and obviously carry on again and my fellow spokesman center named Ellis Marsalis center for music named after the great teacher you know Ron you know every great jazz musicians have one thing in common and that is that the person is equally our front continue elsewhere what's that and you know if you ever
COVID-19 concerns grow within Chicago Fire Department
"Chicago fire department reaching out to the public for help four of its own have now tested positive for covert nineteen WGN's Marcella Raymond says CFT wants anyone calling nine one one operators to tell the operator if covert nineteen symptoms are presenting at their home that way paramedics can wear the proper personal protection equipment there are four confirmed cases with in the Chicago fire department spokesman tells me that pretty soon they will not be counting anymore engine forty two in the heart of the city in Illinois in Dearborn is one of the busiest fire houses in Chicago local to union reps say that Chicago firefighters and paramedics are not getting enough guidance from top brass at the department causing confusion within the chain of command
"marcella" Discussed on 850 WFTL
"Minister Marcella abroad, says Mexico would deploy six thousand national guard troops to its border with Guatemala to help control the flow of migrants facing criticism. Former vice president, Joe Biden has reversed his stance and says, he no longer supports the Hyde amendment, a congressional ban on using federal healthcare money to pay for abortion changed. I've been working through the final details of my health care plan like others in this race. And I've been struggling with the problems that hide now present speaking at a campaign event in Atlanta. The twenty twenty democratic presidential candidate says new abortion restrictions in states like Georgia, and Alabama justify his shift missouris no abortion law as survived a repeal effort via public voting the state's constitution very secretary of state. Jay Ashcroft dismissed to efforts to repeal the law before it takes effect in August abortion rights supporters say they'll take the decision to court to put before voters next year also fighting the new law, a major GOP donor who says he oppose. Uses the new law over its lack of exception for rape, or incest. The Missouri law bans abortion, after the eighth week of pregnancy can't Martin ABC news, Saint Louis, a military investigation is underway as officials at West Point of trying to understand how a tactical vehicle overturned during a training accident killing a cadet West Point, and twenty one others West Point says rather twenty one others were injured in the rollover. You're listening to ABC news. Uber decision on advertising, this ad is sponsored by case legal media attention. This is an important message for anyone that has been diagnosed with cancer after being exposed to roundup of the week, the internal agency for research on cancer ward that overexposure to roundup and two other weedkillers may increase the risk of developing non-hodgkin's lymphoma Monsanto, the manufacturer of roundup may have known that roundup and other weedkillers were likely to organ damage had cancer. This information was hidden from the public as proprietary trade secrets, since nineteen Eighty-one and Monsanto may have failed to warn of the potential risk of cancer. If your loved one has been diagnosed with cancer.
"marcella" Discussed on GSMC Television Podcast
"About corporate car now on talk about a Netflix original series called Marcella or Marcello. And while so if you remember but last year, we talked about when we were talking about new TV shows that were exciting I told you there was a new thing that happened to me that never happened to me before I start watching TV shows that I really enjoyed. But the main character was somebody that didn't like, but the writing for the show was so good and rigging. There didn't leave had to keep watching. So it was a weird sensation feeling watching a new TV series and not liking the main character because ninety nine percent of the time. You're rooting for the you know, for the good guard the good girl you rooting for them. You know, you're like you love to main character, you're emotionally invested in the main character, but the way TV's written now. The best show is having on samba cast where you get to know all these quirky details about the supporting cast members. And so there's so much pressure. Put on the main character, which is good, and you get that much. But it's just interesting to have a character this not likeable. And maybe the character is because characters hero slash anti hero. That's a whole different fascinating thing to that whole John Hoult term, anti hero. Yeah. You know, very very fascinating. So. But as I was saying, this is a Netflix original series Marcello from claimed writer, Hans Rosenfeld continues his first British drama and following the international success of the Swedish slash Dana series. The bridge Anna Friel F R F R E L stars in the lead role of my.