17 Burst results for "Mark Hayes"

"mark hayes" Discussed on The Zest

The Zest

04:55 min | 7 months ago

"mark hayes" Discussed on The Zest

"You get all your clothes. Messed up it. We've talked a lot about cuban food drive around tampa. I see colombian restaurants even waylon restaurants. I see honduran restaurants. i see peruvian restaurants. How has the proliferation of these. These other hispanic latino communities in the tampa bay region kind of changed the the food scene here. I think it's it's made a profound change. I've fallen hard for colombian food myself. There's a lot of similarities of course often across latin american cuisine. But i think what it's really done is served notice to the older restaurants that there's kind of a new generation. That's willing to try really hard. And i think some of the cuban. You know the older cuban restaurants in town have been arrested on their laurels to some extent. And now you've got some really A few extraordinary i think colombian restaurants. That are just awesome. That are serving very much blue-collar food but it's it's done in a a real purposeful way. So i think it definitely shakes things up and it gives diners more options so yeah i think it changes the dynamic lot. Just because it's gonna make it makes it much more competitive you know and it's it's filled in a lot of spaces where the cuban restaurants have kind of gone by the wayside. At least a lot of the you know the old ones and kind of the family run places so actually leads me my next question. I was gonna ask you if you had any suggestions for listeners. For places to try here in tampa I mean of course you can't get around the columbia restaurant i think. That's you know a. The building is historic. Some of the recipes are story. So yeah i think that's always a good bet But then you know. I really liked the blue-collar places to i love. You know arcoiris is Is a big favorite. And then of course you know leterrier. Sita in a people may call the like the lowest common denominator. But i think that's a great low lowest common denominator like you know if that's the bedrock. You know cheap cuban cuisine. That's pretty darn good. You know Especially like when i was in college it was It was a mainstay. You could get to two meals out of one one plate sometime so so yeah i think all those places are really good And then there's some places that are sort of reinventing some classics than the boozy pig is doing a really good job. Lhasa kunda bakery of course and they're they're cafes are really good too They have one On kennedy in one in saint pete coming up so I think they've really. They got a fabulous sandwich. There too And they're also doing the media noce sandwich which is not as easy to find around here in tampa but there's a lot of other places i mean you could go with you know the fido's you could go with You know boycott does it. All really depends on what mood. You're in you know and and how hungry you are. Great will any. I think that's it for my questions. Anything else you want to add anything. I didn't ask you about that You think i should know there. I mean there's so much to explore you know you've got deviled crabs. You know you've got other favorites like pick a do and all these other pal amiya and they all have a story and you know one thing that really disappoints me often about kind of the food scene is that you know recipes. Become like this. You know this thing of like like that's your endpoint. You know and i think the recipes are the starting point to really explore where they came from. You know you have to really look at human and physical geography and all these other things and the so. I think that you know when you take something like a cuban sandwich and he reduce it to four ingredients. You know as like if you look it up on the food network. That's what most of the recipes is just like ham pork bread psych. Wow that is radically reductive. And so i suggest that there's there's a whole there's much more story to tell and that the the recipes are really just the typically ice. That was andy hughes librarian and archivist at the university of south florida speaking with florida matters host bradley george along with usf professor barbara crews and food writer. Jeff hawke who by the way has also been on the zest and is hilarious. Andy is the co author of the upcoming book. The cuban sandwich a history in layers. By the way we've got lots of great cuban recipes on our website including the columbia restaurants famous original cuban sandwich and to wash it down cafe on lake. J. of course search for those recipes on our website does nest. Podcast dot com. I'm delia cologne. The conversations we just heard were produced by the nora provost. We also had helped this week from chandler malcolm mark hayes and willie. Tyson possesses a production of wsf public media copyright twenty twenty one..

tampa arcoiris leterrier tampa bay pal amiya Sita columbia Lhasa kennedy andy hughes bradley george barbara crews Jeff hawke university of south florida usf delia cologne florida Andy nora provost chandler malcolm mark hayes
"mark hayes" Discussed on The Zest

The Zest

03:13 min | 9 months ago

"mark hayes" Discussed on The Zest

"Touche. Don't be a jerk okay. So you're no longer doing the copious amounts of alcohol at night. I'm guessing what are some healthy ways that you unwind or keep the stress at bay these days. Well make sure to get you resigns every day you know whether it's just taking my dog for for a long walk or whatever you know starts generating the right chemicals in your brain. It's not none of these. People are curious. I met her claiming him. And i don't want to be there. Just go take a walk person. Somebody who's depressed getting a little physical exercise helps me and focused exercise. Not just running around the kitchen maniac. Meditation actually works really. Well you know. Just take ten minutes out of your day. Just cannot let the monkey range shut up for a little while. Sure it'll still be talking about turning yourself to be able to just let fraud spouse by and it's even if it's just for a few minutes and therapy i can't straight. It's miserable this privilege therapy as a trench. Most people don't have access to things but if you can please do. Because you're you're being taught to take how you always reacted the situations and pull them out and examine. I'm gonna look around and chain yourself to react to them in a more reasonable way. That doesn't cause havoc for you. That doesn't magnify under the people around you and So i can't advocate Therapy enough loser. Which was my box. I use regularly. Well thank you for sharing that and for being so open. I know this was a heavy subject for our listeners. But i think it's important. And i really appreciate your time. Is there anything else you want to add. Yeah i want everybody to be overwhelming. What we try to read. This is struggling. It's okay to not be okay. You know don't make it worse punishing yourself not being okay. Stop doing that. You can start moving forward greg baker. Thank you so much. Thank you greg. Baker is a chef turned restaurant consultant. I so appreciated him opening up about a subject. That is not always easy to talk about. But i think it was important if you or someone you know is experiencing a mental health crisis. Call the national suicide prevention lifeline. At eight hundred two seven. Three eight two five five or you can text home h. e. two seven four one seven four one. The numbers are also in the show notes and on our website. The zest podcast dot com. I'm leah cologne. i produce zest with andrew lucas. This week we had help. From chandler talcum mark hayes and lily beason possessed is a production of wsf public media copyright twenty twenty one..

Touche greg baker Baker greg leah cologne andrew lucas lily beason mark hayes chandler
"mark hayes" Discussed on The Down and Dirty Show

The Down and Dirty Show

06:09 min | 10 months ago

"mark hayes" Discussed on The Down and Dirty Show

"That was a real good thing steve. She also mentioned cherry pollocks whose battle with ovarian cancer has been so well documented. And she also mentioned robin richard. Who is doug richards. Wife who is now battling stomach cancer. I would assume that their strength in numbers when it comes to that kind of thing somebody who's going through the same thing that you've been through encouragement support so yeah. That was a big help to her. And to me as well. But i agree with you rick when you have this disease. All the help and encouragement that you can receive is so well and really so needed. Here's the kicker to this store. The absolute kicker that the entire store after shawna went through all her treatments are not ten year old son. Tanner was diagnosed with testicular cancer. I did not know that. And steve on my life. I routinely pray that if anything bad ever happens to my family alette. It happened to me. Because i don't know that i could bear to watch richard or adam or jc genie through something like you know. Bring it on. Let me have it but leave them out of it. So for tanner go through that. I cannot imagine well. I can't imagine why go through what she went through personally but then to watch her son go through something very similar. Bring it on on as well. I've told people repeatedly you know they've asked me. How did you lose weight. And i ran through to them. I went on a diet that i would not recommend the my worst enemy. Steve thank my weight. Loss journey is has been well documented on this podcast on social media. I don't wanna what lose weight. That way and i mean that man i yeah we can laugh at a joke about it but yeah i believe i'll just stay gravitationally challenged. I don't recommend it means so. Tanner is now five years past his cancer diagnosis and he's working with his dad. Jeff rouse yates engines. But he's now got some hell stuff going on now that they're trying to get out with some seizures or whatever. Five years is the magic number. They say if through five years and the cancer doesn't return you won the battle. And i never had a happier day then when my doctor told me well five years. You've checked out. I said thanks. He said i just walk out. Don't go the front desk and get another appointment. Nothing just leave and good luck issue. Knock the door down. I was floating. Man steve something i wanted to do. This week. Is to honor those who have fought or are fighting right now. Cancer and to remember those that we've lost to that terrible disease not reached out on twitter and said that if any of our followers or somebody close to them had been impacted by cancer to let me know and we pay tribute at the end of this week's episode and as you hour just discussing a minute ago. I honestly thought that we might get a few. But the response was just it was incredible with it was also heartbreaking to know just how many people have gone through this battle that sean has gone through and what you have gone through so many people have fought cancer. And we've lost so many people to it as dave. This is certainly not a comprehensive list. But i just wanted to do something to honor and remember those in our little saint ball podcast community. Who have experienced the highs and lows in dillon with that disease in any of its forms so listeners join us we honor those who are battling that disease. Now in honor of shauna robinson. Jean houston steve. Way tanner clark christie bostick jennifer east dale sherry polyps robin richard. Holly kane mark hayes. Craig smithers carl. Show cindy bauer her soups. Tim tucker hope. Nixon tabitha burton. Danielle kissed rick. Hendrick diane sparks ian gallgher. Edward loggins and mickle tom. Pearson robin miller roslyn. Sloop are lena aragon. Keith wayne lianne wiggle heather whitehead. Karen felt housed lee wallace berry. Wagner can't wagner. Jc masic keith. a sanders.

robin richard doug richards steve Tanner cancer stomach cancer Jeff rouse yates ovarian cancer testicular cancer shawna rick tanner adam richard seizures Steve shauna robinson Jean houston steve tanner clark christie bostick jennifer east dale sherry
"mark hayes" Discussed on How To Cut It in the Hairdressing Industry

How To Cut It in the Hairdressing Industry

03:39 min | 1 year ago

"mark hayes" Discussed on How To Cut It in the Hairdressing Industry

"Okay. If you want to hear that exclusive extra show podcast with team. Bradfo remember you need to become a patriarch member and you can do that by heading over to our patriots page which is patriots. Dot com slash. How to cut and then once you become a inside a plus member you not only get. This puck comes today but ola library of extra show podcast which includes mark hayes. No cogan many more of our guests that we've interviewed so again. Thank you to dean bradwell. Fool coming onto. Today's how to cut it podcast. Now if you wanna get in touch with dean you can find him on instagram at it steamed bradwell team would love you to get in touch them particularly if you fall in that you wanna chat somebody who's also had to go through similar battles of paint like sick yet. He would really be happy to chat to you fervor that now we put things into the show notes and we're prepared to show knows full you as well as deans brand new collections. So you can find that online by going to how to cut dot it that's dot. It not dot com slash e. a. one nine zero. That's how to cut dot it slash ep. One nine zero. We bring you these podcasts. Every monday and next monday we are going to be bringing onto the show. My good friend and co producer of the hair show dined thomas. Yeah he's on. The shows back in very very early days. But he's coming onto the show to tell you how you can capture. Great looks in you along. You know them looks at you. Want to put on your social media accounts. How do you capture a great photo of your clients. Well dan's going to be sharing all of this and loads more so the best way to make sure that you do not miss any of our podcast going forward is to subscribe to the show on your podcast provider and if you haven't done yet Given us a write in view on ideas. I really appreciate that. It helps the show to get out there to big rodents the aunts. And if you're proud of the show them please told people about it. And i just got to give a big shout town to a couple of people that have just done that forest recently as a shoutout to elizabeth kempson leash your and just in macklin. Thank you guys really appreciate those reviews. It was good to read them that. Finally i wanna just bring your attention bank to our brand new show which is going to be featuring today's guest team bradwell as well as the hair grows brookhaven's because next monday months eight o'clock on facebook dot com slash hal to cut it. I'm going to be hosting the very first introducing with tom lane. And this is where. I'm going to be bringing onto the screens. Some of our hottest hairdressing talents from the digital generation had been given a simple brief to entertain and inspire us within twenty minutes. Some make sure that you tune in tonight show lousy it just want to say thank you once more to our pond off the how to cut it podcast while a professionalism if you want to check out that color freshman which is a perfect color product during lockdown then head over to weller dot com. This is a podcast produced by harry media productions. My name's dumblane and into next monday. Peace-loving smiles all the way. Goodbye how to cut it in the head of the industry taking your address..

elizabeth kempson dean today Today bradwell instagram next monday thomas tonight Bradfo deans twenty minutes first mark hayes dean bradwell eight o'clock harry next monday months tom lane Dot com
"mark hayes" Discussed on How To Cut It in the Hairdressing Industry

How To Cut It in the Hairdressing Industry

02:15 min | 1 year ago

"mark hayes" Discussed on How To Cut It in the Hairdressing Industry

"Next week where <Speech_Music_Male> we're GONNA be bringing you <Speech_Music_Male> I, <Speech_Music_Male> addition of <Speech_Male> the hair show. <Speech_Male> Yeah. This is a live <Speech_Male> talk <Speech_Music_Male> show which is dedicated <Speech_Music_Male> to the <Speech_Male> every day <Speech_Male> headdresses. We go <Speech_Male> live with this <Speech_Male> Monday nicer eight <Speech_Music_Male> o'clock on <Speech_Male> facebook dot com <Speech_Male> slash hell to cut <Speech_Male> hosted by myself <Speech_Male> Jill. Down <Speech_Male> Kabala and Georgia <Speech_Male> Belle this <Speech_Male> show has become <Speech_Male> so <Speech_Music_Male> big it's <Speech_Male> become so big <Speech_Music_Male> because we really <Speech_Music_Male> bring together every <Speech_Music_Male> day hairdressers <Speech_Male> to talk about <Speech_Male> the things that <Speech_Male> we asked professional <Speech_Male> headdresses <Speech_Male> wants to talk about <Speech_Male> including the latest <Speech_Music_Male> news including <Speech_Music_Male> breakfast we're Bo- include <Speech_Male> in had yes. In horror <Speech_Male> stories <Speech_Male> as well as bring <Speech_Male> into conversations <Speech_Male> from you <Speech_Male> the community <Speech_Male> of how to cut it. <Speech_Male> So I decided <Speech_Male> I'm going to bring <Speech_Male> you this as <Speech_Male> a podcast because <Speech_Male> I won't eat podcast <Speech_Male> listeners to <Speech_Male> hear the show because I <Speech_Male> want you to hear how <Speech_Male> great is, and <Speech_Male> then by <Speech_Male> listening to it is going <Speech_Male> to make you wanna come along <Speech_Male> and check <Speech_Male> out a show. Now, if <Speech_Male> you want to check out the show, <Speech_Male> we are GonNa, live again, <Speech_Music_Male> this Monday night <Speech_Music_Male> at eight <Speech_Music_Male> o'clock on facebook <Speech_Male> dot com slash <Speech_Male> how to cut its head <Speech_Male> on over there. I'd <Speech_Male> love to see you <Speech_Music_Male> that. <Speech_Male> Now if you <Speech_Male> WANNA connect with <Speech_Music_Male> me on social <Speech_Music_Male> than you can find us <Speech_Male> on all the social <Speech_Male> platforms, just search <Speech_Male> how to cut it. <Speech_Male> It has a podcast that <Speech_Male> you really are enjoyed. <Speech_Male> Please remember <Speech_Male> but give it a share <Speech_Male> on your instagram <Speech_Male> stories and <Speech_Male> we will reach out <Speech_Music_Male> to <Speech_Music_Male> if you're listening <Speech_Music_Male> to the podcast on Apple <Speech_Male> podcast <Speech_Male> than do leave us a <Speech_Male> writing and a review, <Speech_Male> they really do <Speech_Music_Male> help us grow <Speech_Male> show and it <Speech_Male> gives people a great <Speech_Male> idea to what <Speech_Music_Male> they can expect. <Speech_Music_Male> From <Speech_Male> the PODCAST. <Speech_Male> So that is <Speech_Male> it for this week I just WanNa, <Speech_Male> say thank you so <Speech_Male> very much for all <Speech_Male> of you. The a tune <Speech_Male> in is <Speech_Male> an pleasure <Speech_Male> to be able to bring this to <Speech_Male> you, and the show <Speech_Male> just keeps going from <Speech_Male> strength to strength <Speech_Male> now and <Speech_Male> I'm so proud <Speech_Male> of that, and it's you guys <Speech_Male> that are making <Speech_Music_Male> that happen and <Speech_Music_Male> was more big. Thank <Speech_Music_Male> you to all our patrons. <Speech_Male> You guys <Speech_Male> are incredible <Speech_Male> and usable <Speech_Male> is ridden helping us <Speech_Music_Male> to grow <Speech_Male> our show <Speech_Male> even. <Speech_Male> So until next <Speech_Music_Male> Monday, he's <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> loved smalls <Silence> <Advertisement> all the <SpeakerChange> way. <Speech_Music_Male> Goodbye. <Speech_Music_Male> <Music> <Speech_Music_Female> <Speech_Music_Female> <Speech_Music_Female> How to <Speech_Music_Female> cut it in <Speech_Music_Female> the hairdressing industry <Speech_Music_Female> podcasts. <Speech_Music_Female> Taking your <Speech_Music_Female> address thing. <Speech_Music_Female> <Speech_Music_Female> To.

"mark hayes" Discussed on How To Cut It in the Hairdressing Industry

How To Cut It in the Hairdressing Industry

02:52 min | 1 year ago

"mark hayes" Discussed on How To Cut It in the Hairdressing Industry

"On instagram is. And also soon, Academy official and. Unofficial on instagram. We've got facebook. We've got various other stuff to be on that. Great with all this stuff over the. Dog. Were religiousness. Them in the show knows. How to cook dot it slash ep one, six eight, and you can get all the links so you can check out now. So we've just got one last question is a new one. I'm going to put in today mark If you could step into my shoes today, what would you have asked yourself the I didn't Answer, that for you a very long time. Multiple went a West. I'm. Going to have any more than A. Relegation battle season. You know that's all I want. To make exciting in a way. That midtable pay. Yeah well. My best is a a a tottenham. Fan. So I'm amused advance with. Tottenham fast. Regularly Lamar just to say thank you honestly so much for coming on father absolutely enjoyed your company so much. It's been really really enjoyable and yeah, we have signed the hand signature deal to bring you on episode two off the Mark Is. Into maybe bring you back in a few months and go even deeper into some of the points that I'd love to chat to. Dope was being wicked. So thank you so. Will have you enjoyed that episode nephew want ahead the next part of the interview then remember just head into the green room for the how to cut it extra show podcast and we can have a little bit more of the interview just head over to on Dot Com Slash Hound Cutty, and now you see Tis will enable you the opportunity to listen to the extra show and I promise you is really worth listening to what I. Love about that interview today was actually how humble mark as as and I loved his humor I. It was a real favorite of mine in terms of the interviews. I've done obvious. Learn so much denise, great names and I, hope you do too. But I think what came over from me is actually what Mark was saying evie think is about learning your technical craft to the very best but remember is about actually the commitment that you are. Gave in to your client he sat intuitive connection that you give to your clients. That's what came over and I think never lose sight of what it is that you are doing. So thank you once more to for coming onto the PODCAST, and if you WANNA check anymore, the points that we to advance including some links at mar mentioned, and then we have prepared some show notes for you and.

tottenham Mark facebook denise official Lamar evie
"mark hayes" Discussed on How To Cut It in the Hairdressing Industry

How To Cut It in the Hairdressing Industry

08:35 min | 1 year ago

"mark hayes" Discussed on How To Cut It in the Hairdressing Industry

"Professional Service in whatever way that we want that to look at That I think will never go out of fashion and it should never go out fashion. I mean one of the many conversations I've had the Dow about the about the whole. Thing. Was he said you have to respect. Respect the craft. You'd never respect the industry. Have respect that first and foremost have respect for learning. About you. That respect for learning and training and not. On the third thing with respect to the service, the service that you provide the every single person sits in you and and to be honest with. You know the Dow was arguably the most famous address through the mortgage And I think. For me. The most successful headdresses odd. My full. Career. Aren't necessarily the most technically gifted and then not necessarily the most creativity though. They all but that's not what set him apart what set him apart is their ability with that person in the chat at that moment in time to engage them totally and can make them feel like the most important person in the world you know. Intuitively, be able to connect with them in a very real way and. Give them the person something that they may not have even thought though but they opposite log just because of the intuitive connection and I and I think. That's what real success when you can. work with another individual collaborate with another individual in your office there the client. But now whether they're the most celebrity EEL MR dishes normal everybody. If you can connect with them in a very real way that ability. In. Nothing to do with face shape and how tool someone is mobile estimate that. Not what it is, what it is about connection with other individual, you know not. Today it will full. Here we go. No. I'm probably will be in the next four years to be on if we all over the head with the industry going to be like. is going to be about one person one person path. Until we invent a machine that people truck to do. You know it's going to be that what the industry is the People's Industry. Yes Shannon how do I feel so So Roy. So good to hear you saying that and I I I think what I like about. What you're saying mark is is. Everything that you can coming back to you know people really remote Marin is the person in the Chad. This isn't so much about the hairdresser to hairdresser and the education, which is wonderful. One knows a big part of being the international creative director of what soon academies all about educating addresses but. It's all about educating hairdressers to be great. For that client. Yeah I mean. You know the thing is you have to have a technic. You have the technical ability embark technical mean being able to you know no good saying what you're GonNa do then catcher in the person nation unsolved and then not being able to do. Not Wanna fly either but. The the the I bit the communication is the most important because without. It doesn't really matter. How could you all because if people don't lie you trust you or fall then not gonna come back and that she succeeded, you know I I always used to be somewhat a I've always been slow in had I've never been able to do any anything about that unfortunately just I'm I'm young headdresses now I I say to the audit mind how long take you to a client all if you comic lines and ten or whatever of you've go I don't mind how how much you bump behind as long as the people who you'll looking Austa perpetuate fully you know that if they're not perpetuate and you're not good enough to come on I two hour two hours three you tried to. Throw away. Again the you know myself who's do does clients and Happens sometimes you glad hecker that's. Taken you longer isn't it? Because you wanted to be so great and I L. Theme Worse Insane to a Klein. Yeah, I won't be long were really in your mind. You know you are going to be another half hour or forty five minutes. You better off just to be completely honest as I look I am one hour behind. Yes. Out How far behind his Back and they oh, they used to come in new used to come in, and then after round you know they'd come back in and that's how I if you'll just spend. Felt. Right, if you're in an area where there are shops and cafes around, you lose stuff the got nowhere else. To go but you know. Is a fascinating when it is so good to hear that reality and. I just WANNA come back onto the communicating won't make somebody a great communicate among. Cat. You to care about. You've got to have whether you. You've got mean my momma. Let me just think for a minute a good communicate that it. You've got to care about the person. You know I've met load the patriots as do stupid gifted. You know super talented and everything but they'll be care about the earth and it was about then you know about how they were gonNA plant a tree in the head or something news. Amazing thing. But. Let anybody care who it was on. You Know I. I don't know why book from the very get go. Because I just love the response I love the react should. Go when someone really liked what I did? So I've always. Always On the side of cool should win working but someone had. They don't want them to like it. So what you can on that coolish May. Well in the sense that you know I would I would My my primary. my primary aid. When cuffing someone. Is that they like it. You know. So I will push it probably the con but always want the person to. When it's going to sound I've done. I'd always want the person to be part of the decision making process. You know always want them to be. Part of it I mean, you know you're wrong. I've done some things that had people might look at now the Blimey you know. But the the point. The point is the point is, is whatever I did and you can't see that in the pit, you obviously the person who was doing almost totally in the idea. You know it wasn't like I've I've seen had to get the book professional model or model they sitting down, they just do whatever they lie because it's about them and the model who cares because if they like it or not to me I, don't understand that because you know. Kobe into decision make him whenever you do in a collection of show work education whoever that person is, it's always hugely important to you that that model client is going to lot that look. Yeah, absolutely one, hundred, ten, one, hundred percent without by it. There's no point in doing it because what's the point point in? Of the the the the reaction of that person. we. Don't. Know. Obse, yeah that's the worst. I'm belying if I said, it did inability back in the day you know with with less experience you kind of you go there. And you as your way through. You know it's not been well, you know the client, the client and the chair and all that. You know when you're cutting someone charity it's a lovely lovely kind of feeling. You know they're into it and they're watching you work and you're doing for gray and blah. Blah it's all lovely when they rid you didn't. They'll watching your every move and you've got the cold sweat. Dot Your you can feel that moment. Absolutely..

People's Industry Chad director Kobe hecker Obse Shannon Austa mark Marin Klein Roy
"mark hayes" Discussed on How To Cut It in the Hairdressing Industry

How To Cut It in the Hairdressing Industry

07:56 min | 1 year ago

"mark hayes" Discussed on How To Cut It in the Hairdressing Industry

"Guess you'll love music fashion art. And creating beautiful shapes must've just you must have just been so geeky about it if that makes any kind of sense. Absolutely, you know. Not. I've never been a big nightclub gala forty people tell you. But it's never been my thing I went through the May have never really account in my life, but it was always a bit hamstrung when I used to go to club. But but again, that was you know used to go to the blitz in the later in the seventeenth but that was a big soul but but I remember I'm used to. Two and a half hour rental three hour round trip from foot to to to south every day and I'd be on the Tubal something and I'd see someone. and. You know not co the look. I need literally I'd get off the. Station and follow them through to rected now. Going through the tube. Stop. Them and skis me I, really liked the way you look we you know I'm a hairdresser didn't have any business have nothing went out to them in your head for the. Most they. Also got the man. So I'd only cool people come into the hat with me I used to be like web be cognate getting could be following these equally London but you have to take. It. Up. Sunny you did with soon because veto soon would have been cool at this time as well. WOULDN'T IT market? We want soon at this point. Always think. You talked to any hairdressers particularly our friends in America. I mean Gosh, it's a Colt. Isn't it that this? Is A copay the one female always comes out. Regimented is probably not the word the ongoing to us but. It seems to me as a real. Strong not straight. Probably helped me out on this March you know what I mean. There's A code of real professionalism that you've got to me. Being. To be honest. That was one of the first things you learn. When I went through the door and I remember being I remember being on this. This is my this is really early early food but memory whether it's to actually. I wanted Philip. The SALOM and when it came from Salam everyone was like running around clean even even off cleaned the place you cleaned again because it coming in unfit you have this assistant used to travel route used to go to all the. Donald. Sloane Street Bond Street Sophomore say in this day Philip coming in and he had this assistant to carry it around his big brown painted Brown. With these rollers and God knows what else in there and he filled with doing this plan and may be young, Latina. Though the bloke interviewed and And say you know just to say on a went off Broadway by the way I'm getting hungry. He's did this week that he stopped doing his client. He turned around looked at me and he. Did in this kind of voice that was halfway between a whisper. Of many things small said to me next time you speak to me, you excuse yourself to the client I knew excuse yourself to me. And all that. Okay. I. Think we will painting that by simply dot com on. I'd never eight never been to behead. He's left the you is this how you? Say you scuffle but do you know? What you've passed on to the younger members. Yeah. Big on yet. Now, you know to be honest whenever I go into the south. In the economy right and you've got you've got. People, who come to call it model they come they cheat back. You know they they know is gonNa our but not PETCO on all if speak to someone. If. They come in how excuse me? Excuse. Will. Always do I always just one of the things I do remember someone tells me what do you cool the models Malcolm I think. You know that the client but now remodel from the not no one own anything that still sit in today's times people will sell madame sir you though. People dissociate generation were having Watt Sir Mata. Yeah. It's my thing I'd I'd I know what you're saying I'm kind of a bit weird it. You know in a way the. Natural stuff you know like I really love that that what you'd call it. That level you know shoot we used to get inspected in the morning I mean this is another thing we be would be stood in the in the Sowell you. Feel twenty. Five. Eight the clean the whole play Polish everything used to clean the mirrors with newspaper Walter. L. put the whole song and then the manager used to walk through the Solomon Check everything. Check the jobs way look. And then he honestly the honest standing along with your arms in the air and used to walk the front of you and your shoes McKee. Grease with Teasha and you have to hold your own doping case hold and euthanasia of the day, and if there were shoes when. He goes and owned diesel most military like isn't it is still a place in our industry for this. Now that I think no not necessarily that. degree. Although. I do think the the the amount all. Professionalism. Because of. An another misplaced because you know my son is twenty six. Now he's the ball ball. And you know there's only there's all this stuff written about younger generation whether they neck while that whatever is. On the. Their inpatient. They you know they don't want. They don't want to spend the time the above, and that's so rubbish to be on in my in my experience, it might be. I think what? Young people want ten tippety and they went on us there and they want integrity and they won't be true. I think. And I think that's what they bomb. That's what the they don't WanNa they and yeah there will move much than out. You know in the today, my my children. They don't know a world without the Internet you know the Internet was was commercialized in Nineteen Ninety Five. You know. So they know well without mobile phone because they can communicate it's not a negative. It's just that they can communicate so much more quickly. So but I think they're still they still want to know when it's on a good job and they still won't not level. So I think no I. Think it's absolutely Nola. Absolutely. Nothing if you don't have that if you don't have discipline him in the way, you are the person. What however that manifest itself if you don't have that, then you probably have in your work either because it's if if it's not, it's not of your. Make Up. I didn't think manifest itself in your hand. Your Standards. His. It may be in a very different world that we're in, but he's just having standards and it's about being respectful always thinking about giving good. Professional Service in whatever way that we want that to look at That I think will never go out of fashion and it should never go out fashion..

Philip Malcolm I rected Nola Watt Sir Mata America Teasha London Donald WanNa Walter
"mark hayes" Discussed on How To Cut It in the Hairdressing Industry

How To Cut It in the Hairdressing Industry

06:29 min | 1 year ago

"mark hayes" Discussed on How To Cut It in the Hairdressing Industry

"You kinda what what is that? Why do you? Why is important to you to be searching for saint may be people eat Almost. Z. Kurt. I mean yeah. I think that's the innovation. The EGO policy. INCID even today. It's very competitive not in a negative way in a positive way that you want to do. The best you possibly kind. You know I think I suppose me personally. I just wanted to prove myself. To. Prove. Coming from where I came from. I. I suppose a wanted to. Feel like I. belonged there. So I was trying to trying to you know these incredible people her lady could hurt Keller. Who actually took my final? She was a German lady who she was the European created Garrett though. and. You know she was. Frightening frightening she she said to me how long have you been putting? On said about two and a half years and she said, it looks like you've been hit two weeks. Off. Affects you though those things or you because you clad come over? You see you've got a great humor that's what I already love you. You kind of just see things in put a humorous touch audio my so that when the fact that. Much. down. Make. Cross you know she's really pick me down on this and. You come back and you say I'M GONNA I'm GONNA show this. ACA. Yes. I'm. GonNa show. I can do. I think A. This is years ago more dodge forty of us. I think I kind of. It was a big up call for me to be on this because as I say to be honest the had you know of the Creation Guy I was. Kinda dual the kids creative perspective. But from a technical perspective, what of west of Bain and she found out, she just looked she didn't know me and she just looked at my work 'cause preventing it my traffic tired. you have to do to get in stop you have to test to get in touch to get out. and. She just looked well on face value. You know there was no, there was no cool out this from the other. It was just kind of heroin on. Couldn't thought having said that you had three opportunities. To Take Pad. and. If he didn't often your third time you you are. So I took time and she she made me to come and win away and I rile really get myself together here and thankfully the manager of the sallow. wasn't out by this. Now the GUY said, right you've just got to. You've just gotTa do just a crime the next two week that give me two weeks to be present. Two weeks with model you're GonNa, do models all day every day all night, every night which I did and agree presented it. And I'm coming back from the solemn the window and they said, well, how did you get on what happened because you couldn't phone any of that night ball funds we'll conflict came back into the next day. How did you did you? Paul. Binnie. They said what do you mean but they just WanNa see mole. The mole law bulletin. I'm just more. Seem more and they turned off, put it and they said Oh they just WanNa see some Malwa to prove that you can do it and I was like, okay and I was kind of I think could be on his by this time I was kind of. Excited by it because I I've taken a step. Hurts a Kennel was saying that she would So I just presented Mall and Paul my pets I think more I. Think they the baby and. Traded which she did and then. When when I'm when I'm not the layering. I couldn't wait to my final. Fifteen model you to fix I've got fifteen muddle onto the David Bowie. Crop Lot read had with a blue. The blue lightning bolt going well, seventies You know I just had loud models and then after that A pass, my test first time videon. Told me years later. She said when Hurt Kentucky took my final test well. She said health is said I'll should park because it was such a strong. And Bibi be told her I've done the power of the easiest fail because God. Thanks for that. Just two little I think what's really interesting well, mark is that you you talk about this learning and It's pretty obvious. We didn't Huger said, we didn't have a fines walsum. Youtube there wasn't huge amounts of resources to go out and to learn. I'm really curious to where were you get your resources? Where were you absorb in? The technical stuff other than your training INC silane classes. Well I heard book. I mean I'm lucky my parents. Had lots of books at the House. So that would be my first much. Music. I mean not. That into they were always music. There was always music in the House that was always books that was always there was always fat there was. But then to be on, she had to search out I mean I was in to. Say the Bowie thing to music the Big Paul. And when I joined the soon, seventy six, seventy, five home. I. Like about the kids who might ended up down the kings road been chased down the street by Teddy Boys and punks and. Just to be on it, you have to get yourself out. Then you have to get yourself out in the fifty. You know I was up in London on the days off I was not school off work on the days you know came up I was just twenty four hours seven days a week. Into doing hair and absorb oil. I'm getting impressed because I.

David Bowie Teddy Boys Malwa Z. Kurt Bibi Youtube Big Paul Kentucky heroin Keller London Garrett Bain Paul Binnie Huger training INC mark
"mark hayes" Discussed on How To Cut It in the Hairdressing Industry

How To Cut It in the Hairdressing Industry

02:56 min | 1 year ago

"mark hayes" Discussed on How To Cut It in the Hairdressing Industry

"Are some people. Gianluigi Dewey. Pioneered. And it was a Kook Day. So the the layered the layered talk. So it's very loose. It's very unstructured. You'd call it the Shag now or the mullet. those that sort of reference point two people will be no today but it was yet. It was a because at the time in the seventies when I just as I joined the shake with the big thing as walls pointing at all those all those freehand technique and I remember watching The creative team doing this stuff in the following new East I've not schools Morgan live. And that I wanted to do that, you know wanted to have to put into other monitoring the straight line aboard the cool people would do in pointing slicing through the first half of did was on my brother and appointed into his. With. A pair of kitchen scissors conduct with that. Do. You, I'm going to be quite to the one down it'd be better equipped. Had just pointed into fringe in a big lump. In his lap and the AD is long late, seventy tackle and down and down into his lap. When you get old flat. So. And I went down died my dad. News. He done that. Not. The only star of it. So you you Kinda go into today and I'm always really gained because really what you were saying your passion. If you take it right back to you was that child was that child we plasticine folded paper about creating shapes. So naturally, your yoga excited by people creating shapes and. I think in a world now where color has become the cutter of the seventies and eighties. You Eva was one or the other and. Was this. Took your Chris had been international your creative director. It was I'm GONNA. Go down this path I'm GonNa Really Niche myself down. At being really good at cutting installed him. Yeah. I'm cuffy was always talking to me color you during your ship to spend. Time assisting in the color, depaul. Flying Colors Flying Colors, his Co. monkey freehand Colo with you over the code on show. How looked that but I didn't want to. Because they'll be humming with massive that. Cement and the eyes of the hand But now that was never familiar the and coloring. Because the customer was the was the was the pass on the.

Chris Gianluigi Dewey Morgan Eva director
"mark hayes" Discussed on How To Cut It in the Hairdressing Industry

How To Cut It in the Hairdressing Industry

07:18 min | 1 year ago

"mark hayes" Discussed on How To Cut It in the Hairdressing Industry

"Out, says, and every in the place over the field, the assistant kid for that. And they were all luckily team you know they'll that we have to wear Brown Gerry? I'm what fish that with the union people and coast because it my first day you to then go down to Bonn straight solemn, get uniform Taunton. Really felt I wanted to be paid. You know what? I mean older people they all look super cold. They own oversee. Brian had it was seventy seven punk with the big thing. So I remember there was one girl with Purple Purple Brush Heck. and. I'm looking I. think she was beautiful make up food and the by machine that's five. And she looked like that and then there was Gilbert block long blonde hair with one side with cut off completely shoal and an I remember thinking Oh my goodness rule talking about Gig had been to stop the dog. And I totally out of place but totally of home at the same time. And then when the styles derived half an hour later, not first appointments, but nine o'clock asked me to. Clean. Polish. Everything's always wanted what clean is actually did. 'cause we we spent the bulk. Of cleaning if he didn't move you clean your Polish that. And And when the style is derived all Remember one go could helen she walked in she had this Tom and I have huge co say and she spent the whole day in between her client who's Thala and I ended up assisting And she spent the whole day with spray. The top of our heads bring a half and then just saw scrunching your hands that didn't get. The big unable into disco almost dishonest disco maniacs you know. So 'cause be discovers huge own. Evening, but huge at that time as well. So it was just the most amazing lead from energizing amazing Atmosphere. And then, and then there was the I mean I didn't understand handcuffs hopelessly. But as soon as they started talking about the work, it was obvious that the people who Revered the most. Was the one that the best world and the best word, but combined to create drexel and as soon as I found out that. Dot for. ME. And what what was it that really jumped to you and you just that's what I want to be. I think could be honest. I thought that a soon as I found out the there will this thing could created the they could optimistic threatens. As, soon, as I found out that there was an artistic director album with a monkey who got beneath guy who Who just walked and they had these amazing. Have you know his hands will I think it was copying on just fascinated by this you know the the hands, the making a thing. On God you know. The the AUTISTIC director got the most beautiful people they were. In charge of the whole look of what went on in the Salang but it won't until I went to sell an international I'd been at any penises. It's probably a few months and our resolve to go into this I'm we I remember we were handing out that Maniscalco Caroline with me I'm walkin around and we got. We got t shirts out but the race Strat logo printed on the. Super Bowl and We will we came out with the State champion. Then we will round you'll Dettori um with these leaflets on our number nine amount of watching all these people watching our paid. On, trade and I remember there was a guy could rally. tastic address probably one of the best of the same. Tribunal go with us and a guy could h pizza still do now. With doing working on stage. Now, look them look the audience and the audience will. Adulation. Just. The Way to do this, do not I know how I want to be it just reminded me of the David Bowie comes. Four or five years previously. Also. If I'M GONNA, do this if I'm going to be a handful. I want to be able to do that stand up on stage and do this. Amazing. It was a bit much I wanted tonight in. supposed. Came from, but I really didn't fit in. Well, you didn't like David Bowie in. For Boston divy by way sort of territory. Was it really. Stolen? Point. Mark Is. That late Seventies. was such an exciting rebellious time wasn't there I mean that was yeah. We kind of come from this your when we think about that veto soon geometric haircuts but you'll you come in in a very different points again, you know when you talk about trends and music. Yeah. What in terms of the work? You know? Obviously, I wasn't really aware of that at the time I remember though I remember when Obama main give you an old pitches on the war she went out and they had down sort underneath the worst way where they look flood swayed walls and the pitcher or attached to. The smell of the charm shampoo and you'll be brown line and. The pictures of the Hack Hall. were. Disney think with the shake which So just percent because some of our listeners my thing I have no idea what that hecker is described that hack all I know but just describe that. Well if you think of it, you know and in the early in the mid to early sixties, it was all about geometry. You know it was about it was about the move from the beehive had to it had to in which will pretty much American. Influence have generated to more of a continental European low, which was the geometric had Miguel. Pine it. Flat or smooth shiny lines against skin everything about the demarcation between the skin and the hats then as the. Wall into the late sixties early seventies oversee the hippie. counterculture movement happened, grow your hair. The long have was a sign of rebellion almost begin the man get the establishment and and there was a look that happened in France actually could. Savar. Happy. Call which was dumb predominantly with arrays There are some people. Gianluigi Dewey. Pioneered. And it was a Kook Day. So the the layered the layered talk. So it's very loose. It's very unstructured. You'd call it the Shag now or the mullet. those that sort of reference point two people will be no today.

David Bowie director Bonn Brian Taunton Gianluigi Dewey Maniscalco Caroline Hack Hall. Obama Boston France Salang helen Thala Tom Mark Miguel Disney hecker
"mark hayes" Discussed on How To Cut It in the Hairdressing Industry

How To Cut It in the Hairdressing Industry

06:32 min | 1 year ago

"mark hayes" Discussed on How To Cut It in the Hairdressing Industry

"So let's get into today's podcast. We have got a massive view because we've got mark Hayes on the show, and this is one not been lining up for a long time and you know the I liked to bring some of the biggest. In World headdress in onto the show is really important for maids important that you know their stories, you get to understand who they are, what is taken for them to become the names that they have become. So this is a episode few markes is the international creative director for one of the most celebrated iconic. Well, no names in world hairdressing today Suzanne Academy. Veto soon is a name that we all know and to be part of this name Maine's a lot let knows lead not the international creative directors. Role is Saint, very, very special, and it takes a very special person to be that, and that is exactly mark as water guy and this interview. Today you are going to really get an understanding of Mark Hayes, who is mark what makes him tick? What's made him become the special hairdresser that many of the greatest names in hairdressers look up to and is Mark Hayes. So we are going to go deep into his story. We're to go back to his early childhood. We're GONNA, find out his early. Days with Sisu what it was the got him there. So we're going to the heritage of everything that is the soon academy is saying that I'm really excited to share for you. Now later on into this podcast, we are going to be then entering into the extra show. So want to hear more of this interview than remember you just need to become Hijo member to hear that I'm not GonNa, say any more of it than just get yourself comfy and really tight note of this because you are here in an interview from one of the most iconic names in world hairdressing. So let's jump into this interview with mark as international creative director off citizens. Well. Welcome back to how to cut it in a hairdressing industry podcast way have a Kook view today because we are going to be bringing it onto somebody again, there are names that you look down the list and you just think this person has got to be on a podcast. He's probably one of the world's most iconic educators of our time. So I'm delighted to welcome onto the podcast international creative director of Soon Academy Mark as Bob Welcome to the podcast. Thank you. Lord hypoactive up. Obviously. There are times when you do interviews and not I get that apprehensive net is because I've done a lot of respect but I do still feel a little apprehensive because I do hold you in search or in the industry are now so many people you know when they talk of great educating next year podcast gone out today you get mentioned in that you know one of the world's cut the heck could. How do you perceive yourself in the? Industry? Funded I mean. You Say It, kind of makes me out embarrassed I suppose in a way although if you divorce me. Pool two years ago that wanted to be you know wanted to be. Conduct well, I wanted to wanted to be a as joined soon unrealized. The. The. Kind of the way of the work was looked out. It would be nice if you could have well. You. revealed a almost like A. Would Gold but you you were revered unevenness in the in the company. So as soon as on knew what that was all about that's what I wanted to do you know that I want to be and And kind of looking back now forty forty, four years later forty, three, forty, four years later. It's kind of weird if it's just a bit weird, you know to sort of say the not the people look at me and say Oh my God you know if he's out but it's really all because I've grown up with me. You don't have that same perspective. That complete sometimes, we're in our own little bubble aren't where you just don't realize. How people do perceive, you just see yourself as mark as but yes, it's only. Thing you know I've just always on my thing and. I'm oversea and I'm aware of the responsibility that have been in the position I hold now and you know when I was creative director at Manchester No, it's been four and a half he's their creative director. Onerous I and I know the way the company is perceived whether. Headdresses. Beamed into either worked too soon. Studied it too soon whether it's a few whose just literally picked up about the shampoo in a supermarket from. I think still if you down any civilized fifty in the world street in any city in the world and off off abandoned person to name. Three handerson. Probably one of them still. Though I'm very aware of the responsibility the have, but I kind of try and where as likely as opposed to be can. Take it. Same time it's IT'S A it's a big responsibility, but it's also tremendous opportunities the way I look at it. I mean. I'm so conscious when you look at your questions and I think what do I want to to mark about tonight because I know you get so often you get interviewed about. The famous questions are no. They always come up and you working with Fidel that's been a now things are want to find out and I WANNA find out. Know with the. Heritage I. Think for me is really important but I think with all things within the podcast is about no in the personality behind the iconic name that you are no no, you probably. Okay. But if somebody was to say to you know. How would you best describe that mark as as a young lads starting out? How many years forty not free did you say? The nine, hundred, June nineteen, seventy, seven, it's. For that you do look to your..

director Mark Hayes Suzanne Academy Saint Maine Manchester No Fidel A.
"mark hayes" Discussed on How To Cut It in the Hairdressing Industry

How To Cut It in the Hairdressing Industry

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"mark hayes" Discussed on How To Cut It in the Hairdressing Industry

"Coaches, and those for new creative fashion and media industries and by listening to. These podcasts, I. Really Hope that they hope you to discover. You'll next step in hairdressing industry. Now, before we get into today's podcast I just want to give a shoutout to our Patriot fan club membership, and if you would like to gain more access to podcast, then I'd love you to become a member, and also if you want the extra poker shows, we bring it to each of our episodes then head over to. John Dot com slash how could it and now you can join artists that will enable you to go in to on extra show, and that's what we're going to have in this point today with the incredible Mark Hayes because at the end of the interview, we are going to then head into the green room for the extra show, and this is where Mars GonNa just reveal a little bit more of the story behind. Him But. I just WanNa say thank you to our current paycheck supporting the health podcast really is helping us look at growing many many more exciting projects for you you guys, and that's what this is all about. So each week I give a shoutout to our Patriot on insider members and this week I just like to give a big shoutout to Bernadette cliff and you could find Bernadette on Instagram at D.. Takes Sarah. At Serra Dot dues. Dot Education Sophie bullivant at me Sophie be. Chris Moody and Leah Sure? Thank. You to all of.

"mark hayes" Discussed on The Zest

The Zest

06:50 min | 2 years ago

"mark hayes" Discussed on The Zest

"About dessert? Well in Europe. The theme is they have deserved at least once maybe twice a day but it's not like like we deserve. They eat fresh fruit. So they'll have some grapes. They'll have a slice of watermelon. They might have half an apple. The two people split slice. And that's dessert. That's part of their traditional everyday desert. They'll also make something like I put in. Near Blueberry very you know ricotta cheese cake. They will have that for a special occasion. They don't have. It's not a band food thing. It's not like no carbs or or no fat or knowing that this protein there there are no if it's real food it's not banned. It's meant to be enjoyed on occasion. I love that philosophy a yet they save those things for special occasions with people you know so they. It's a fruit is an in a once. Once or twice a day event her dessert and then once in a while on a on a you know Friday evening Sunday afternoon. They'll make a real special dessert like you know a grandma souffle or chocolate Mousse or the cheesecake. I mentioned you know something like that just once in a while just once in a while so when you're speaking with the fishmongers or the market stall proprietors I mean are you speaking to them and their own language. I speak fluent French and Spanish. Oh you do get by in some Italian. It's not great. My Greek is limited. I probably have twenty or thirty words. My Turkish really not so good doll hole. I Won't shame you for that. Having at least two languages really does help so besides English in addition to English now now. Where's your favorite port? Pay Freight favorite port of call yourself about how so many I mean. Take take me with you. Stephen Course. Sailing around Corsica in France was wonderful at a senior is incredible the the food was great. Eight the best food markets. Though were in Spain like Valencia. We spent a week in Valencia on the Mediterranean coast is gorgeous historic town. The market building is like out of Julius Caesar Times. I mean but it's fantastic. They you're tasting everything. They're selling olives olives and pickles and wine and olive oil and dark chocolate and all these things they have you taste before you buy them. I love that so I guess you wouldn't Sale around to the land that would be rougher sailing around literally down the French Atlantic coast around northern Spain around Portugal to dead into into the Mediterranean. Oh that's we started in northern Spain in northern France you bought the boat. They brought the boat in France and then sailed into the Mediterranean then spent a a seven months sailing. Yes so that would have been tough. There's not like an intercoastal waterway that you could've gone just it's open ocean sailing. Yeah wow that's exciting. How big is your boat or did you feed your Catamaran? Nice boat does so. There's kind of a the whole Mediterranean lifestyle though outside I guess absolutely so some of the benefit clearly comes from the nutrients in the food unmistakably mistakenly yet there's other benefits that come from how they live that are clearly make the Mediterranean lifestyle overall and make them return giant. Look good I mean just for an example. They're more active than we are in the. US they walk more. I mean typically they walk to work or bicycle to work or walk to the grocery store every day. We don't really do that. There is a process and whether you're in France or Italy or Spain or Greece people walk in the evening the before or after dinner the whole family goes for a stroll and they might be out want instead of watching a screen. Whether it's their computer television thorughout walking in the community in visiting people so there's social connection with the two and then when they eat their meals are long leisurely. I don't think think we ever had a meal in Europe. In a seven month period. That was under ninety minutes really inao leisurely no way we do that. It's leisurely and it's with people. For example. We had a couple of times workers on the boat mechanic. Or someone you know sailmaker or something. Eighteen and I'm making recipes right and so I'm saying hey. Would you like to try this. And they look at me like well yes. I'd like to try it but I don't have time to sit down for a whole meal now. They don't get they. Don't just take sit and take his standup bite or a snack. Either they sit for a meal and they talked and they communicate or or they don't eat so you know they they don't eat much breakfast. Maybe Coffee Little Fruit Yogurt. Maybe sometimes eggs on the weekend but mostly they have a big lunch and a big dinner right. Well that's I mean it's fun to hear about that kind of lifestyle to learn about it but we're not going to change our culture so we're going to have to adapt. These recipes are quicker lifestyle. We could though adapt in the sense that we eat food out a table bowl with people and not have a television or a computer screen or a phone on and we talk about the food and communicate. So I think that's something we we really should be doing for our health and be more active to being outdoors. You know. They eat food outside more often there with nature more often. I think there's several aspects aspects of a Mediterranean lifestyle that we would benefit if we tried to use more of them and I tried to put that kind of information in the book. I think it would. They have far lower rates. Having designing the pressure may do and I think a lot of it has to do with how they live. There's selling wonderful tips to start off the New Year Dr Steven Massively. Thank you so much for being here there. That was Dr Steven Massively. His book is called the Mediterranean method and he shared his recipes for White Fish Savita with avocado mango and tomato and four pairs post with wine and cinnamon. You can find them on our website possessed PODCAST DOT COM. Tom Thank you so much for listening. Subscribe to the zest. It's free and it's easy to do and if you liked what you hear give us a rating on. It Ed's I'm Robin Sesing Him. Delia Kolonin I produce zest with help from Megan trumbull. Mark Hayes and Craig George. The zest is a production of W U._S._F. public media..

France Spain Mediterranean Europe Valencia Dr Steven Massively apple Julius Caesar Delia Kolonin Stephen Course French Atlantic Tom Megan trumbull Corsica Mark Hayes Ed Portugal Robin Sesing Craig George
"mark hayes" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

16:26 min | 3 years ago

"mark hayes" Discussed on KTRH

"News, weather and traffic. Alexa, play KTAR H and iheartradio. Mark Hayes award is my guest in what I think I'm going to do in a moment is to turn him over to all of you. And let you ask questions or what have you? It's pretty serious stuff. His book entitled blindsided planet x passes in two thousand and three and then in capital letters earth changes with an exclamation point. After that. So I think that'd be I do want to ask though, just I if I can Mark since you've written this book what's been the fallout from it. What did your dad say? It my dad's say what he say. Well, his first reaction was you need to get on the Arbil show. Did he really say, oh, absolutely? And he's he's kept on saying that while you, but I, but I don't mean. First reaction. I mean, he's been. Knew about the material. But he he just discounted it. I mean, he just looked at it. I guess from a purely. Trying to get the information out getting sales for the book. Maybe maybe it was your only hope is aren't Bill. That was his attitude. I see. Well, well, it is it absolutely. Is the perfect format. He was dead right about that. So, you know, I know a lot of people are headed to the links that we've got up there right down to your book. And they will a lot of people. You know, they'll take it different ways. Some are going to be angry. Mark, listen, I've gotten the most colorful Email badges. Yeah. By the way. I I do not get upset at these people that that approach me that way because when I was first introduced this material I fit in that category. I I was my language is a little more colorful than even some of the ones that I've gotten ignored it completely for several months. It just that's that's the nature of the first introduction to this materials. All reactions. Okay. Well, then you're liable to get the range of them. I know that a lot of people in my audience know, a lot about what you're talking about. You're going to get some of that. But I bet we get the full range. Anyway, we'll never know until we try first time caller line. You're on the air with Marquez what? Hi, mark. Hi. Hi, mark. How are you doing today? Fascinating stuff where where are you, sir? This is Jamie from Makita looking to California, right? Yeah. I heard about this back in nineteen ninety four when I heard about this and. Where from? He decorate stitching was against on Chuck Carter show. Okay. And he he sold a video one our video this, and it was very fascinating in that the end of that video. I went to the United States naval observatory and talked to some high official guy. Anyway. He told Dr Jack race fishing that you're exactly right in what you're talking about. And pointing out we think the plan it is in this section just about the same area where you feel it's in this area. And that really blew me away. Weren't question this panic? From what I understood to your the decoration to. Struck once before which created our asteroid belt. Is that is that something you believe Mark that there was actually at some point a of physical collision, you know. It's it's easy to find out the reality, this planet fact that it causes clarity's each time inbound now these other side issues, I can only say that I've heard about them and from the best knowledge that I've come across as far as dealing with that question is planet. X didn't exactly strike. I think it was met was the name of the planet pride or it was simply one of its moons from wider stand on. This is something that, you know, I certainly can't confirm that the planet x actually had seven moons trailing it and at one point pass close in one of those moons struck this larger planet. Maybe maybe I'm mispronouncing the name and the result of that. Was the largest chunk became earth. I mean, that's I'm I have I have no way to verify that. That's just part of the information that I've run across. With with studying this material. So it could be our creator as well as our destroyer. Well, that's what you just said in a way. Yeah. That that. No. That's exactly true. I just thought about what you said for half a second to know. That is true, absolutely true. It could have been the the beginning creator and the destroyer. You wrap that up pretty well wildcard line. You're on the air with Mark as what Hello. Good morning, art and good. Mark. Mark. Good morning. I want to thank you for. I dunno confirming. Why I want to move to Canada all these years? Okay. I learned about planet x actually from a tabloid magazine as a child, and I don't know how old are they retained. That morale was probably I don't know air nine. Do you now thirty two okay. So planet x has some been in my memory for quite some time. And. I don't wanna say it's so much frightening as it is compelling here now to have seen it in tabloids. And and it wasn't that many years ago. I I've seen it. I never picked it up. And I I've seen the headlines by God. I have. Well. I like to say something about the planet x stories and tabloids that is actually in some way, it's a combination of things part of that is part of the disinformation. And part of that is getting the information out. In other words, if you see something in the Tableau, you really not gonna take it seriously. Whereas at the same time, if the powers that be are not in complete agreement, which I don't think they are in disclosing this then part of the time, they're giving hints all over the place, and this may be one or their ways of getting information out. I mean, they can't come clean the half the break the catch twenty two of holding onto this information for so long. So they they give hints here and there in several different ways without actually coming out and saying this is it. Do you suppose Mark that they have concluded that to say something would simply drive the world. Literally mad. We'd have some sort of Mad Max scenario on our hands between now and planet x time. That is that is my conclusion, and I don't necessarily disagree with how they're handling it in that regard at this point. Now if they would have announced. But if all of this is true, and you're out there spoiling their little secret. Then. They're not going to regard you. Well, no, I don't think. So because you know, it's easy to go. After me. I don't hold any weight in the scientific community. I'm simply a musician, son. You know, forty-five-year-old crazy grandfather. I mean, it's easy to discount me. Also, they know something for sure even if they announced it on normal TV day after day most people wouldn't even take it seriously until they saw it the majority of the public out there do not would not even pay attention. If it if they shouted it from the street corners day after day, really that is that is the level of our society. Not the art bell audience. The people don't care for one thing. People have been shouting it from streets for quite a while. Right. And who's listening and who's listening? You know, that you know, you can see him on the street corners of any big city. Redeem yourself now it's on the way, blah, blah, blah, do anything more specific, you know, y'all. So if anything not will just sort of make people dismiss it all the more. Well, I kind of believe I fit right into their their scenario as far as getting the information out through grass roots. I'm certainly grassroots source that they want a certain amount of people to know about there. But I mean, aren't you somewhat concerned that somebody's going to come along and Mojo, you know? I have no concern at all none whatsoever. I've been spiritually led to do this. And I feel I'm spiritually protected, and if something like that happen, lots of great figures in the past Mark who were spiritually led house, dead dead dead. All right. Well, my attitude at this point. On the art Bill show having done several other radio shows prior to that it's too late. If they make a martyr at a meet, you the people on the preparation two thousand three list, they would step up in math. I mean, making a martyr at me would that would be worse than leave me alone. And discrediting me. And attacking my character, which is already being done quite a bit. I got a bunch emails east of the Rockies. You're on the air with Mark Hazlewood? Hello. Hello. Hello. Hi. My name's leeann. Canada. Okay. I've done before I've been hugging. My husband in terror. A couple of questions for myself. And I guess my neighbors well is Tennessee valley safe, and how big is this planet what they composed us. And if you could talk a little bit more about seven loons that talent that'd be fantastic. All right. Okay. Okay. From the best of my understanding, and this is from, you know, hard scientific sources from modern astronomy the size of the planet is about four to five times the mass of earth. But it it's it's not like a normal planet in our solar system. It's what is known as a failed star classically a Brown dwarf. Now doesn't fit classically into Brownsword categories actually little smaller than what it should be. But so it's a lot denser. So it has more weight. It's like it's like the professional wrestler of the planetary world. In fact, I kind of I kind of see it as the the. The half. Reputation that comes by every once in a while and disrupts everything, and then leaves are you aware of Hopi prophecy? Oh, absolutely. I hope pre prophecy in my book. I I mean, I it's not one of my intuitive. But towards the end I couldn't help because you know, I've read. When the Phoenix Phoenix rising. I believe it was the name of the book or something and a couple other certainly on a very worth Phoenix rising. It's right here. Mary submarine. I have several shelves of books that are all about this subject. You know, what I've I've interviewed Hopi elders here. Oh, you had oh on the areas with trust translations. It was a hard show to do. But it was awesome. And. Oh, yeah. Fit right in with the elders said about what would becoming in our skies and the stages it all fits exactly right in they say at a very different way. And you know, put it a very different way into them. It's a spiritual matter period. Yeah. That's what that's the optimism. I have about it. I mean, you know, I get to your call me. Someone who's talking about doom? I'm not a prophet or a spike is or anything like that. But I I don't see it that way. I mean, this is not exactly a yuletide messenger. Either. The most exciting times in thousands of years. And I believe you know, I had a very good chance of survival. Simply because I'm forewarned I'm gonna take the obvious steps. Try to be in a safe area. So you think Arezzo might be safe? Oh, there's going to be there's going to be places in Arizona day, Ohio ovation rolling hills, certainly. Okay. Any any particular elevation? That's more attractive to than another. Well, I would say, you know, nine hundred feet or higher. But like I said stay away from the mountains. Why do you think the mountains are there during past passages? You know, tonic plates hit each other. And and. VR made is partly big big mountains got made. Right. Exactly. And if you're there you'll be part of that making again, and you'll meet your maker. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Wouldn't wanna be on what's turning into a mountain right before your very eyes? Right. You don't wanna be in flat plains, constant rain and melting polls the water is going to be coming up. So the rolling hills of your best bet rolling hills where the rain would just sorta roll down. Yeah. And it protects you against the high wind. Boy, it's not one thing. It's another west of the Rockies, you're on the air with Mark Aizlewood. Hello. Hello. Are you familiar with the Alexander Gerstein? Alexander it rings, a bell. He had written a an article in sky and telescope October ninety nine ninety five I'm sorry. And it appears that the zodiac calendar is actually a lot longer than what people believe. Zodiac killer. I'm not. Well, it's it's one of the oldest. Call me. Okay. I've never been on the air before just just relax and tell us what you're trying to say. I can appreciate that was on the air for the first time just a few weeks ago. I wish I would have had a chance to read the article before a called. But it it definitely indicates that according to Alexander Gerstein that it really looks like we are the this entire solar system is revolving around something else. Yeah. Central son? That's that's my understanding. I know our son is is in orbit around all of this is actually in orbit around something else. Yes. Okay. All right. I I get the idea of I I'm not sure exactly how it fits in with the planet x scenarios specifically. Yeah. I'm not sure either. But I thought it was I've been waiting for you to have the show. So I bring this up. I've I've held on. I cut this out of sky and telescope like I said October ninety five and it's article by Alexander Gerstein. All right. We'll check it out. TQ in Medford, maybe maybe it is relevant in some way..

Mark Mark Hayes Canada Alexander Gerstein Alexa Rockies United States naval observator Mark Hazlewood Mark Aizlewood Marquez Chuck Carter California Dr Jack Arezzo official Jamie Bill Medford
"mark hayes" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

03:13 min | 3 years ago

"mark hayes" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"And now the ninety four east west shrine game in the books. Patrick kane. Derek Rakkli, Brian Jordan will bring in Rick Burke for one last comment in a moment. I the final stats from this game and statistically fairly even east three hundred eighty one yards the west three oh six to fifty four through the air for the east one ninety two for the west and on the ground one twenty seven for the east one fourteen for the west leading rusher for the eases. Marquees young ten for fifty four the leading rusher for the last was hall from pitch well for seventy seven and on the passing side Blau ten fifteen. One hundred forty nine touchdown passes. Rapid was ten of fourteen for one thirty four Tarver five or seven on eight targets for sixty six for the west and Godwin four for eighty and those back to back touchdown receptions in the third quarter twenty one seventeen west over the east and Rick Burkey down in the field. Let's get your final thoughts of another incredible week here in Saint Pete. It was a great week. And we had one of our most exciting games ever as you said what I'll take away from it guys. This is the first time I actually got to go to the players hospital. Visit it will last forever. Great working with you guys again. All right. Thanks so much raking. Thank you for your tireless work on the sidelines. The MVP's Syria Godwin for the east from the university of Georgia four receptions for eighty yards to scores and Justin Holland's off the defensive end from Oregon ten tackles nine assisted in a couple of sacks as well for how it's all right. Derek will start with you. And let's go to your your two picks from this contest today. The post game I'm gonna go with two defensive players. I am going to go with Justin Holland's, I thought he played well, and I will tell you. Traditionally I am not a fan of Oregon defensive players at the next level. Just because defense has not been what Oregon is traditionally done. Well, and those guys in my opinion of Ben a little soft when they've gone to the next level. But I thought Justin Holland's definitely turn some heads today improved. His stock a little bit and got his draft process. Started off on the right note and then defensively for the east Jordan Belfort, I thought statistically not necessarily filling up the sheet, but he turned some heads with his speed is ability to get after the quarterback Brian for me. I gotta go make Dr Holman everybody's looking for that shutdown cornerback I thought he played terrific one on one coverage all day long. And and then you know, I got to go with Dustin Holland. I love the way play the game again or is not known for their defense. But he really stepped up did a great job. Oh, all right. All right. Love working with you guys. Brian Jordan, Derek crackly, and Rick Burke, see here again next year. This broadcast not be put together, we're not for the man sitting behind me, like former chairman of Al pack. You'll Bordeaux Joel thanks so much. Thanks to our spotter. Nick grennell wits as well. As the guys twisting, the dials and pushing the buttons back here, Robert wan, our producer and engineer, Mark Hayes. Thanks to our broadcast partners. Cow median Espy nation radio from Houston. Sirius XM NFL radio channel eighty eight up in New York our friends at Westwood One..

Justin Holland Brian Jordan Oregon Rick Burke Jordan Belfort Dustin Holland Derek Rakkli Patrick kane Rick Burkey Blau Derek Westwood One Saint Pete Sirius Godwin Tarver Nick grennell Houston Syria
"mark hayes" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

08:15 min | 3 years ago

"mark hayes" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Billboard hot one hundred singles chart to number one in one thousand nine hundred seventy five and later won a Grammy for record of the year. So we are remembering Daryl dragon who passed away this week at the age of seventy six I believe and then also Bob chain otherwise known as super Dave Osborne. Couple big losses. An American showbiz and music, and we're so glad tonight to welcome back, our friend of the show, Jeffrey, Mark Hayes, a show biz icon himself. And and he's so great when you're talking about just what some people like this mean to America. Jeffrey, welcome back to America trends. Good evening. I wish it was for a happier reason. But I'm always happy to be with you. I know it's so nice to see you. And we're going to have you back later in the month to do a whole show on your book, Ella Fitzgerald, the biography of the legendary Ella Fitzgerald, and you've written books on other iconic women Lucille ball at all Merman. But it was just such a Downer. This week to hear about these. Great losses. Wasn't it? ABC because not only did they mean something in my life, professionally I can tell you exactly what I was doing one level. Keep us together came out. I was in summer stock, and we were literally rehearsing the first time I heard that song in the background and Bob Weinstein was a friend of mine, and which interesting if you can find interest in people passing away is that both of these men were sons of famous men themselves and had to carve out their own niche in show business kind of out of the spotlight of their famous fathers. Anyone case a famous, brother? That's so interesting. I I didn't realize the Bob Einstein's brother who he was. Well, we're his father father, Harry, Einstein was avoidable and radio comedian and back in those days. There was an awful lot of ethnic humor. And it was allowable it was acceptable back. Then everybody in America had father grandfather uncle cousin who spoke with an accent. So Harry, Greek Greek accented character, Cole park your carcass. For many many years on radio with the decanters show was a star, and Harry was at a friar's club roast in nineteen fifty nine for Lucille ball and Desi arnez. I literally right in the middle of roasting that he had a heart attack and passed away. Oh my goodness. And Bob and his brother Albert were teenagers who lost their famous father and within ten years. Both of them are solidly in the business. Albert Brooks Albert changed his name because he didn't think Albert Einstein was in good name in show, business and. Bob kept the Einstein name. But most of you out there don't know him by that name. I rose to fame as a writer with Steve Martin writing partner on the smothers brothers. Where he played a character called officer, Judy. Funny all by itself. And then he came up with this super Dave thing where. This guy, but I think all mentioned relate to pretend to be this great athletic person. But. Like most of us. But wish we could be. And more recently on curb your enthusiasm as a writer as an after a sketch comedian he was always in the shadow. A brother and his father and he complained about it. I mean, he didn't do this. Gladly accepted and. I'm happy for his career. The man was very funny. Oh is Marty. Funkhouser we've seen here with Larry David from curb your enthusiasm. He was such a great addition to the show, it'll be it'll be a loss. And then again back in the day he did super day, but it was sort of brought back by the Letterman show, right? Yeah. It wasn't a recurring evergreen character for him and unwind hand, it kind of stereotype them into one kind of thing. But we're still talking about him. So getting stereotyped is not a bad thing. Yeah. We will always remember him. So that's what you're such a great picture right there. And just so glad for your memories of them Jeffrey. And then it's so sad to hear about the captain Antonio that captain. And I didn't realize how he got sort of that nickname. Do you wanna tell us? Well, but I think the more interesting thing if I may is that his father was a world renowned conductor an orchestra leader orchestrator and again to get under his father's. Shadow to come out. And Daryll Antoni. We're in the band of the beach, boys. Tony was. Touring musicians in the backup band. Yeah. And Darryl began writing songs he wrote a few for the beach boys, and they decided to split off on their own and in one of those showbusiness coincidences, Billy Hinchey from SEM Billy took their place in the band still bear, I married into the beach, boys. So this whole one person away when one point of contact between one and another is really odd in this case. But Darryl was she never claimed to be sparkling personality. He never claimed to be funny. He was good looking and I'm marina had to salute him. He was a wonderful songwriter and musician, and although he and Tony didn't stay married. He is talent is half of what they wrote on to become famous. And again, why we're still talking about these people on a sad day. Yeah. She was sort of the sparkling personality, but they were in fact, married over forty years. They just divorced back in two thousand fourteen. Yes. Yes. And the connection here for my fans out. Oh is that Tony Tony Tony on the captain? Daryl dragon did a special Bella that right about in the book, and then Tony did an album with Ellis pianist, Paul Smith of jazz because she wanted to branch out away from the pop sound. So Tony was an enormous enormous Annabella jazz was Daryl, and they have wonderful good taste. What can I tell you? Oh, absolutely talking to Jeffrey Mark that great Jeffrey, Mark. Here's an author entertainer agent. And you also you had you dealt with Ellen her inner circle, and you wrote this book out about a minute left. But I want to be able to talk about this book a little bit Jeffrey that's out now. And we're going to be chatting about more just before black history month comes next month. But. Why was it so important for you to profile Ella? I like to write about people who are the very best at what they did. And it was the very best. There is nobody better Ella. Fitzgerald Lippi talking about a singer of classic American standard. I've said this to you before there's Ella. And then there's everybody else down here. Wonderful people, but L comes first and the book is coming out in paperback for black history month, we're going to look forward to that. But you yourself. You are the recipient of EMMY awards and Grammy award nominations, you've hosted radio series, L A and your comedy writer for several standup comedians, and you do documentaries. He has so much in your own that you do. And we're so glad to have you with us Jeffrey Mark, and we're going to see back in a few weeks to talk about the book a little more. Okay. Will you come back and see us? I will tell you these wrong today with you..

Tony Tony Tony Jeffrey Mark Ella Fitzgerald writer America Daryl dragon Albert Brooks Albert Lucille ball Bob Grammy Dave Osborne Bob Einstein Bob Weinstein Albert Einstein Harry Bob chain Fitzgerald Lippi ABC Darryl