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Fresh "Melrose" from Michael Knowles
"The new Frank Emoticon Money news business and Frank Mattek weekdays at six after Leo two point no. Live at five. Right here on 7 90 K ABC traffic is next. ABC defendable traffic right now on the five found at Stanford Nando Road in San Fernando. We've got a big rig with tire on fire. It's on the left shoulder. They were trying to pull off to the right shoulder. CHP on the way they've also got the fire department on the line. Also, the 1 18 West found at Hayvenhurst had a report of a police situation. Possible jumper on the overpass. 1 18 west at Hayvenhurst. You may see some swerving or slowing there and also have some slow traffic tonight as you had southbound into downtown L A. From the one on one South and 1 to 1 is traffic traffic pretty backed up from Melrose to just before the 1 10. That's dependable traffic. I'm Cindy Berkey am 7 90 K ABC creditkarma money as a brand new checking account where you can win daily instant karma. Purchase reimbursements on items up to $5000 over $3 million an instant karma has already been given away to over 50,000 credit card members and counting..
King George Preview: Racing Tips
"Is three thirty five askar on saturday. It's the king george. The six and queen elizabeth stakes over a mile and a half only six runners. If i told you that the forty two one outside and one group one last time you will realize it is a good rice. And here's the betting. The brilliant love heads the betting at thirteen to unreasoning out. Best prices as per racing post dot com and a quick plug. If you click on the best book price button it immediately brings up the latest odds and each way terms from seven of the leading. Mike is a great way to get the best value. Nice and easily. Love is thirteen right. The darby -oday our is five to two lone eagle six to one eight to one wonderful tonight. Nine mishrif and forty. Two one broom silent water. Rice is a rice to watch an enjoy or is it a race to get stuck into from betting spectacle. Start with keith melrose. Yeah think he's more of a risk to enjoy Likud this reysen. You've alluded to let elba oven there. That broom as forty to one. He wanted to grown predeceased clue. Last night i was less than three weeks will not a level. We're looking at here and can you. Can you realistically back horses. Short love than an i. i'd really. I'm a big final of i. Think if you ever beats new foe. She'll be are unbear- handsomely. I think she is a really really good horse. And i assume brooms a pricey as he's sort of presumed on pacemaker. Jd potentially because i think he made all it saw include so we've got the tactical element the only thing. I'm certain industries that every time i look opinion changes slightly. The only one that stays the same. I think a diaz to short. I don't think he was white. The best source on the day darby by suspect key lane would be fifty matt. Husky lost two front shoes that day. Adam kirby saved every autograph on nubian individuals Italian i don't think anything really got the chance to show why it could do. Even though he doesn't he's five to two legal sex to one if they were both see for one it'd be taken roughly the same amount of the market and i think it'd be closer to fee are not regard the deserves to be shorter and on him by just i think five to two is too short and our resolve this qualley will go as far as liam adult. I might just ball it and by club instead because massive fun but it's a really competitive and tough race as going to be mostly by watching for me.
Fresh "Melrose" from Dumb, Gay Politics
"A surprise late in life baby. She's following me and was like we were faced timing and took the phone down to the picture of her sonogram. There's like argue. Fucking kidding me. Like oh my god. I don't i don't like You know coming I wanna be part of this kids like it's nothing terrified of baby and children And i've never been a part of child life. Even though i'm related kinds of i've never been a part of any of their lives. Never wanted to would never interested. And i'm like you know what i'm getting older and this will probably be my only chance. So what i really do. You have a son or daughter. advocate atticus jackson. He is fucking adorable and last year. Oh great jams. Oh my god that is like a dream come. true it's amazing being An uncle on whichever really really cool. And i think it's great. It'll be great. Somebody like me around from from the jump for real job to be that this is just a part of life is not making to be scarred of and hopefully he'll avoid the pitfalls that many of us Many of our parents have fallen into you. Through lack of exposure are doing to their children as well exactly so. What was the vibe in arizona. When arizona was really into trump divide. It's hard to. I was expecting something else. I'd only been here to visit On holidays In the past. And i'd never really seen much of the city because my friend lives little bit is was. I always kind of been a suburb dweller. And we never really got into into the heart of phoenix So i didn't really know what was here. Or what to expect I found a thriving huge queer community Which is unbelievable Of an extremely diverse drag scene Of all ages and style Have there's well the pre cove it. They're twenty two gay bars. Getting fares on my god It's more than with hollywood. So like it's in phoenix. It's really there's a lot of gate here. there's a lot of people here There's a lot of alternative going on so the the community settled into that by now. It does like it's pocket. it does exist within a larger community of people who are conservative. It takes a lot to get used to seeing people with guns on their heads and still not used to it But the. I don't doesn't feel like when i go to florida. I feel unsafe south view my family you know. The white knight of my family lives mostly in jacksonville florida. Now play feels terrible. I feel afraid whenever. I go there like physically afraid. I feel very unsafe i do. I never had that feeling here The the different five at the south west has a different by more of everybody vibe. Then just a fuck you because you're this thing does that make sense that's interesting. Yes kind of revelation. That's the vibe. I get from here. It's like I'm gonna to do what the fuck iowa and fuck you. I don't care who you are a rather than talk. You become your this okay. So on that note in california the super liberals live in the bay area. The rich hippy liberals live in la the rich republicans live orange county the poor republicans live in bakersfield and the closeted republicans live in woodland hills in calabasas. So give us a breakdown of arizona. The pocket like the of you know the so. It's called central phoenix. That's just what that crunch will kleenex. Yeah downtown central phoenix. Downtown in central phoenix The as you go further arrow It gets more conservative. But then there are other places in arizona that are less conservative. There other pockets. That i've been discovering that are really wild to experience But yeah central phoenix Where i said the most community is localized. And then as you go out it gets a little bit more and more and then Scottsdale which people in phoenix call not stale. You could wear Is the rich kind of outlier where it which is mostly republican and or Transplant from california. Who wanna feel rich but no longer have to fund Moved to scottsdale and and Paradise valley paradise valley. So if we wanted to get an air an airbnb you know. By all the gay clubs we would just look in central phoenix. French phoenix specifically. The gayborhood is called melrose. Oh mel road. That's what we're looking for him. We're looking for melrose melrose. You're basically you found this pocket and so you're able to to avoid like maga- psychos controls for the most part for the most part it's around it's always around You know the have bumper stickers The guns it's everywhere. But and i don't know i feel ramp bubbling up. I'll try to keep it to minimum. Here's where we're looking for years where i am I'm not that people. I am not mad at the man. Cms to me on the bus with his oxygen tank and a gun on his hip and the trump had him. I'm not angry that people. I feel pity for them. I'm not my anger. My stephen rage is directed solely at those who are responsible. That man did not make this world shitty. That man did not any of this stuff. The people that are full our elected officials billionaires and billionaire corporations and that only direction that i keep my rage. Pontic i pointed at the alternative You've heard of willie lynch and the willie lynch letters. No no to make us. Life is the title of it and basically this was slave owner subject. Hundreds who gave a speech about how to Systematize oppression and take the responsibility for oppression off of the few and spread it out over the entire oppressed population so after generation. They do it themselves. And it's very effective and what it entails treating one person population a little bit better than the rest all against one another. So the people that you treat a little bit better of end up spending the oppressors and the other people and obtaining those people and taking all of the responsibility off of the people who actually have power all of my rage is directed at people with power and i am constantly wary of those who would direct my rage to others of people like myself who have power. Which is that man on the bus. The deceived the is not physically her. He's the deceived. He is not to see our anger. All of our anger should be directed to the fevers. And not the deceive. They have no power just like we do. Our elected officials have power billionaires power. Billionaire corporations have power can. Those are the only direction that are raised in my opinion should be projected. Do you feel scared like a little bit inside. Just thinking that some of these people while they do seem utterly brainwashed and we're just watching like the capital like the hearings about what happened on january six and you can see these people the video the body cam footage of these these guys attacking an officer and then he says i have kids and he said in the hearing he was just trying to appeal to their humanity and they stopped when he said i have kids and it was like an actual julia was like wow it was like he was like he woke up from their fucking.
The 'iCarly' Reboot Trailer Is Here
"Of four starts Wednesday, Wednesday this week with the show that Okay, you can admit it. You watched iCarly when you were growing up. It's been over almost a decade since iCarly signed off and the reboot is officially on into the new iCarly. Wait. This is your moment to shine. You need to be a Trailblazer like an effortless trouble. Laser like I just got out of bed was all hoops. I just blazed. The trail just needs some arm candy of your own, and I have the perfect guy. We saw the first trailer for the reboot of iCarly, which I believe is in June. 18th will be the career and Paramount. Plus And what did we see? While your favorite iCarly cast members are back there a little bit older, but you will get to see them do things. He didn't in the original show, like drink alcohol and date each other. It's not exactly going to be Melrose Place or gossip Girl. It's still kind of looks Nickelodeon e good when cute, but if you watch iCarly growing up now you can watch them growing up June 18th Paramount.
Fresh update on "melrose" discussed on All Things Considered
"Part production and we live on runs through September 4th via zoom. As L A slowly emerges for months of isolation, seeking out culture L. A theaters continue to face big challenges as they try to keep the lights on challenges, such as whether folks are actually ready to sit inside the theater. Without a mask on or or maybe with masks or the gig worker Bill 85, which some folks fear will drive up labor costs. Here to talk about it and to tell us how the community is confronting those challenges. It's Tiffany Moon producing director of one of those small theaters, Greenway Court Theatre and Fairfax, Tiffany. Welcome. Thank you so much. And our friend, Of course, longtime theater critic Anthony Burns is also with us as well. He usually hosts opening the curtain right here on KCRW. Anthony. Welcome back. Thanks, Steve. Nice to have you on Tiffany. I'm going to start with you. How his greenway been doing during the pandemic. How How are you all doing? Well, we're definitely hanging in there. Um, Greenway is a little bit unique and compared to the other 99 seat theaters in Los Angeles and that, um, our organization is a bit larger. We also run the Melrose trading post and have the Greenway Institute of the Arts that does Arts education, primarily with Fairfax High School, which is where We are located on the campus. Um we were able to reopen the Melrose trading post at reduced capacity in August 2020. So we've definitely that's been very helpful in keeping our full time staff employed and keeping our lights on. For now, Of course, the theater's been closed due to regulations. And right now we are Bit uncertain about what the future holds for reopening. Are you guys nonprofit? Most theaters are non profit organizations relying on you know the ticket sales and fundraising stuff like that. Is that true for for Greenway? Yes. 100% non profit. Um, we do..
Managing Finances When the Flow of Income is Inconsistent With Jeff Fishman
"Hello. Everyone and welcome to the latest episode of wealth management dot coms celebrity estates wills of the rich and famous for anyone new to the and each instalment myself in a guest on a different celebrities. State attempt to extract some key lessons planners can apply to their more traditional clients. The idea being that celebrity estate planning stories although often ridiculous in their details generally have at their course basic issues that can just as easily apply to non famous or fabulously wealthy clients. Our guest this week is jeff fishman. Jeff is the founder and managing number of jsf financial in los angeles. Thanks for joining us jeff. It's great to be here so normally. This is the part where i introduced the celebrity subject of this week's episode and then run my mouth for about five minutes telling story about their state. We're gonna throw a curveball this week though no celeb- instead we're gonna flip our mission statement a bit and talk with jeff specifically about advising high profile clients in those in the entertainment industry which is a topic a number of our listeners of interest in hearing tackle so jeff. Before we get into the real nitty gritty. Do you mind telling our audience a bit about yourself. And your sure david ed. So i'm born and bred in los angeles and went to college and law school in new york so i basically spent my life here on both coasts and after having this law a couple of years i've gone through. Ucla financial planning program and decided to start my own fee based financial planning practice which i began twenty five years ago and being in the middle of los angeles having grown up here inevitably. I have a lot of friends from childhood in other people that i've met who works throughout the entertainment industry and our whole practice has been built upon referrals. And as you can imagine. Those young producers young writer suddenly become showrunner has become directors They introduce you to others and it's basically just been word of mouth progression throughout the industry which is taken us to where we are today interesting so i know a lot of for a lot of our listeners and a lot of advisors on working with sort of you know entertainment clients in high profile clients. Like this is sort of an aspirational thing. So a very popular question we get is. How do i break into this industry. How do i start having these clients. It seems like you started collecting your client during childhood. It's funny it is it all goes down to relationships like anything else on the one hand On the other hand. I mean it's interesting. It's type of an industry that you could get started if you wanna start at the bottom. And we've all heard the stories of people working at the agencies in the mailrooms coming from harvard yale and literally going ahead and working melrose at creative artists agency or one of the others. And it's pretty much the same if you wanna go and start working in the industry. You've got to start with those kind of people because the way the industry works is those people to bottom inevitably one of them move up to somebody's desk ultimately become the agent or somebody young writer's room to become a writer himself a lead writer or producer. And it's really just starting early with certain people in their career like any other industry and hopefully growing with them and that's really interesting point. I'm glad you brought up here. Is that. I think for a lot of people. Entertainment equals celebrity. So if someone's in the entertainment industry automatically high profile person and it's just this leap but in reality there was an entire ecosystem that makes up the entertainment industry. And so you can enjoy working with everyone. Among the legal system much like working with clients has said and other industries is an important part of eventually working your way up to those higher up people completely completely and again once you start forging relationships in people forget entertainment industry is. I mean you've got invented the camera and you've got all the people who are behind the camera and there's a lot more people who work behind the camera than in front of the camera and that whole industry behind the camera. They tend to be much with all call more More consistent type of income situations they tend to be far more stable and so make sure business standpoint while the people in front of the camera or a lot. More appealing maybe sexy. The other side is actually a lot more attractively. Think about it. From an overall business perspective you mentioned consistency of income. Can you expound on that at concept a little bit in sort of what that means with with this sort of segment clientele sure so if you are in executive studio you're going to typically be under contract for multiple years if you are a writer on a show as long as the show's coming back and it's doing well. You're typically going to come back season after season Alternatively if your talent on a show and even if the show or if you wanna move movie to movie if you're on a show only subject to renewal but more than that if all of a sudden the show starts doing well but typically will happen. We'll be the talent is looking to earn more money per episode
Fresh "Melrose" from All Things Considered
"From law enforcement officers, while he says the mob that attacked the capital were misled. Let's check your roads on this. Tuesday in Commerce by CNN, Garfield Avenue Gotta crash on the right shoulder and traffic flow from seventh Street in Hollywood. 11 Dortmund Santa Monica Boulevard. We got a single car crash here, taking up the left lane. You're going to find delays from Melrose Avenue head in Westminster. This one, the four or five north beyond. At Bolsa Chica Road crash affecting the two middle lanes. You're going to find delays. Stop and go from Golden West from NPR news. This is all things considered. I'm Ari Shapiro and I'm Ailsa Chang officials have recovered the remains of the last person who had been missing after the collapse of the Champlain Towers South condo in Surfside, Florida. That brings the final death toll to 98 people. After more than a month of searching, the search mission is over. But the grieving process continues for families to survivors and first responders. And joining us now to talk more about that is Heather Winters, the chief programs. Officer of Jewish Community Services of South Florida. Welcome Thank you for having me so now that the search effort has formally ended, can can you just give us a sense of what conversations have been like with Families.
How a Chicago Artist is Working to Help Musicians in Need
"Chicago artist is working to make sure no musician is left behind with a community organization dedicated to black musicians in chicago arts correspondent angel edo shares how that mission has quickly expanded to serve anyone in need. It was god sent to me to be able to do something for some musicians. Can't play they can't say they can't appear in clubs. They know how their fields because of the that being able to sing for two years. I was homeless eight out of garbage cans and i just decided that because life music has been my life. I know how these musicians feeling something. It was on her birthday last october. One chicago artists the maxwell decided to create black musicians matters with help from community partners like guardian interest security company. The group delivers food on a weekly basis. They won't reach out because we have so much fried. So what i do is i just go and call and them. Do you need something. I need musicians chicago musicians to know. Please get in touch with us. We will come to you if you can't get out. We covered the west side. We went to melrose park. We went to ole part all year. We go to the hundreds with donations from go. Fund me the group is also able to provide monetary support for artists. Like bass guitar player. Joe pratt who was the band director at the east odyssey lounge before the pandemic hit a big box food i was given money and then came in handy at the time. I really really needed it. Because bills need to be paid musicians. Charles crane and burns have also support fema silvio in a. It was right on time. Take my word on it. And i love apples. They gave me a fresh apples. Yes is what's going on. It's been tremendously mason. Beef stew of the night and the organization primarily serves black artists but they worked to help anyone in need whether they be homeless older adults or even single parents. We had one girl was the name. Britney britney that's that's she had four kids and was homeless while chicago musician. Ronnie baker brooks has not received a he seen its impact. Firsthand is inspirational. And if you get so disgusted how can you be creative or is so negative all the time. That's all you're gonna talk about. That's all you're going to sing about so it's very important that we support each other inspire but it doesn't stop there. I didn't form this organization just for food. And just for money iphone his organization because i have a dream i have the vision. I want to put up a building in brownsville. That will house musicians if they get on bad. Look this is my dream there for chicago tonight. I'm angel ito and food. Pickup is now available every friday from ten. Am to one pm at the east odyssey lounge for anyone who needs it. There's more information on our
Fresh update on "melrose" discussed on Greater LA
"Are you guys collectively as theater owners and group's going to try to find an exemption in in in the theater realm. We have been trying. There have been people from theaters all over Los Angeles lobbying legislatures. Apparently, they don't have as much sway as the billionaires that are running uber and lift. So the labour laws is is now about us. It's not about gig workers anymore. Actor and director Tim Robbins from the Actors gang. Tim. Thanks. All right. Thank you, Steve. By the way, the virtual three part production We live on runs through September 4th via Zoom. As L A slowly emerges for months of isolation, seeking out culture L. A theaters continue to face big challenges as they try to keep the lights on challenges, such as whether folks are actually ready to sit inside the theater. Without a mask on or or maybe with masks or the gig worker Bill 85, which some folks fear will drive up labor costs. Here to talk about it and to tell us how the community is confronting those challenges. It's Tiffany Moon producing director of one of those small theaters, Greenway Court Theatre and Fairfax, Tiffany. Welcome. Thank you so much. And our friend, Of course, longtime theater critic Anthony Burns is also with us as well. He usually hosts opening the curtain right here on KCRW. Anthony. Welcome back. Thanks, Steve. Nice to have you on Tiffany. I'm going to start with you. How his greenway been doing during the pandemic. How How are you all doing? Well, we're definitely hanging in there. Um, Greenway is a little bit unique and compared to the other 99 seat theaters in Los Angeles and that, um, our organization is a bit larger. We also run the Melrose trading post and have the Greenway Institute of the Arts that does Arts education, primarily with Fairfax High School, which is where We are located on the campus. Um we were able to reopen the Melrose trading post at reduced capacity in August 2020. So we've definitely that's been very helpful in keeping our full time staff employed and keeping our lights on. For now, Of course, the theater's been closed due to regulations. And right now we are Bit uncertain about what the future holds for reopening. Are you guys nonprofit? Most theaters are non profit organizations relying on you know the ticket sales and fundraising stuff like that. Is that true for for Greenway? Yes. 100% non profit. Um, we do..
Fire Destroys Chicago Melrose Park Motel
"Good morning, guys. We are starting off our morning with some breaking news here. A hotel fire over in the Melrose Park area. Take a look at this video. This is just flames shooting through the roof. Of this motel this morning at the 2300 block of South Man high and we're told that there may be some problems putting out the fire is well because of the cold weather. So we're going to get more information on this, But you can see the top group their collapse at this point. So crews still on the scene fighting this fire. Mannheim Road is blocked off this morning for this at the O'Hare Kitchenette Motel. From Armitage. Toe Fullerton. So watch for that closure as you head out.
Flood watch in effect for Broward, Miami-Dade after Eta sweeps past
"Is gone. It's effects may be felt for a little bit longer down here, especially in Broward. Some roads are still flooded, including in Pembroke Pines were officials say, the streets My Not dry up until Sunday in in Fort Fort Fort Lauderdale, Lauderdale, Lauderdale, Lauderdale, Melrose Melrose Melrose Melrose Melrose Park Park Park Park Park and and and and and Melrose Melrose Melrose Melrose Melrose Manners Manners Manners Manners Manners are are are are are still still still still still dealing dealing dealing dealing dealing with with with with with flooded flooded flooded flooded flooded streets streets streets streets streets and and and and and city city city city city officials officials officials officials officials now now now now now warning warning warning warning warning that that that that that they're they're they're they're they're trying trying trying trying trying to to to to to pump pump pump pump pump out out out out out all all all all all the the the the the water water water water water before before before before before the the the the the king king king king king tides get here in. Ah, Flood Watch is in effect until seven o'clock tonight and Broward and Miami Dade and speaking of those
Interview with Amy Dresner
"I'm your host Angela Pugh we are recording in my home away from home. Sunny. Hollywood California although it's not very sunny yet it looks like. It's getting there our guest today I'm so excited about this. I just met amy she's fantastic. She's so much fun Amy Dresner. She's a former professional stand up comic and she has this fabulous book. I can't wait to read called my fair junkie a memoir of getting dirty and staying clean and that is available on audiobook to which I just found out, which is my favorite. So I will definitely be getting it as soon as we are done with this podcast. So Amy, welcome to the show. Thank you so much for being here I. Thanks for having me. I'm really awesome to meet you in person. I'm glad. Yeah Right. God. You're not glad you're here and I'm not doing this podcast by myself. So I was thinking with your personality, you should have a podcast of God. And everyone has a podcast. I'm time for a podcast You know I'm doing a lot of book promotion and a lot of podcast like yours people people other writers are like teasing me. They're like, are you on a podcast? Thirty it's embarrassing. So I actually made a meam of Colonel Puff Puff my cat going up you're on another podcast for your book please tell me more. So, what other stuff have you been doing promoting the book? Not Just Interviews readings I did a couple book fairs Best places for people to find your book. I'd say Amazon, it's Barnes and noble online. It's on target online nice but Barnes and noble in stores online everyone seems to be buying on Amazon. It's on india-bound. It's on fit? Amazon. Is probably going to own the world pretty soon. If they keep doing same day delivery like I will never leave my house to shop again. Yeah. That was the problem I think with the book. was them trying to push for a pre sales like addicts don't want deferred gratification? You know what I mean. So there I am like pushing. preorder book is like three months away and everyone's like No like they want. Order Yeah you know addicts one instant gratification me with audiobook. There you go. That's says they've never has never seen something like that. With my book, they've seen a one to one ratio of the paper of the of the hardcover audiobook. Me On a podcast and they downloaded immediately. Yes. The. Other part of it is audio. We were talking about this a little bit before we started recording audio is so easy because I can hit play on my phone and I can walk out of my house in it'll play I walk in the House it POPs up on my Bluetooth. Speaker. When I get in my car pops up on my car you're very electronically organized not I I'm I'm Ju Yeah I'm not tech people in general. Speaking for myself not other Jews. We're not that great at that's up except when I was a tweaker I had a little I had some good stuff it'll. Yeah and I was good at taking apart electric's. Fixing them just taking them apart in. Do you really need to fix them once? and. Now I'M GONNA go for a series deal based on the book, which is Super Super Exciting. Okay. What will that look like eyebrow? Oh come on as a little something. Okay. It's based on the book correct. So So based on a true story. Yeah. It's based on the book and I really want the opportunity to be involved in in the writing and I really want the opportunity to do a TV show that shows. Addiction. How it really is Not just these destructive monsters that were sensitive and needy and that we you know it's not celebrity rehab wherever was puking in garbage cans and fighting, and you know that's a part of it but it's like you I don't think there's been I've been I've been watching Patrick Melrose. I can't watch like I'm trying to watch at one of my good girlfriends. Told me about it she is hooked and I. Watch it but here it's so hard for me because of the needles like there's go to in the beginning. Yeah. When I when I started it and the first thing was a Syringe, my heart was like. Were you an IV drug user I? Well, I, was in such a chick was and I still have like of lick a visceral reaction needles and we spend maybe fifteen years since I've shot drugs right But my I have a weird sort of like it's like excitement and kind of repulsion nausea at the same time. But my body remembers I. See it my body goes crew. Is Wife's up wanting watching intervention because that's why I stopped it stopped it was to actually what triggering me freaking me out to show. She told me about that show and I started watching those are the that goes away that's beginning Kelly I can't watch this why I stopped watching out beginning it goes later it becomes more about is abusive childcare becomes. Because this is part. Don't tell me one TV show. That that really shows addiction the way it
'Melrose Place' actress headed back to prison for 2010 crash
"Amy Low Kane, who had a recurring role on Melrose Place in the nineties. Has been sentenced to eight years for fatal the fatal drunken driving crash in 2010, the judge said Lucane still refuses to fully acknowledge her culpability in the crash that killed a woman and severely injured her husband. This is
'Melrose Place' actress headed back to prison for 2010 crash
"A former star of Melrose Place is heading back to prison any looking killed a person in a fatal drunken driving crash back in twenty ten and she has served prison time for that crime but she's going back now after a Superior Court judge in New Jersey agreed with prosecutors that her first sentence was too lenient the judge Angela Borkowski sentenced her to eight years in state prison state law requires us to do at least six years of that time before she is eligible for parole after the ruling though came was handcuffed and escorted out by court deputies on Oscar wells Gabriel
Visions For Hollywoods Future with Ruth Carter
"Welcome to our podcast it's where we ask some of the entertainment industry's brightest minds what they do to fix what's broken when production resumes versed up costume designer Ruth Carter she's worked on films like Spike Lee's do the right thing. Steven. Spielberg's Amistad and the upcoming coming to America Sequel and at the Twenty Nine Thousand Nine Academy Awards this happened to her. Black Panther Raw. Nomination. She won for her work on Ryan Koukoulas Black Panther and that made her the first black person to ever win an academy award for costume design. This has been a long time come in. Bike leave. Thank you for my star. I hope this makes you crawl. Carter was also the first black person to be nominated for an academy award for Costume Design Way back in Nineteen ninety-three for Malcolm X. Despite her personal success Carter believes, there's always been something fundamentally wrong in Hollywood I think was built on broken narratives. and think about w griffiths or the nation. It was totally broken narratives and. People bought into it Hook, line and sinker, and that became you know the standard. In Hollywood itself even though stones were were going on people were in red face and black face 'cause there are people behind the scenes. Building those costumes and doing the props and they were people colored doing all kinds of supportive crafts that created the that cinematic events that was not including them. So I. Feel like the the work is to be done still adds shine the light on a lot of these supportive of people not only as directors and producers also as Crespi like myself. Back when Ruth Carter was getting her start in costume design is she didn't have a lot of role models and at a certain point as she progressed in her career Carter realized that she was blazing a trail for others. I wasn't overly concerned about a mentor that looked like me and the beginning because I expected that there wouldn't be any or many I. I look for Kassim designer that I wanted to be like and so I was forging this path of united. Volunteer. At Western costume when it was on melrose and I'd hear the names of costume designers over the loudspeaker being summoned to calls I thought wow that's melena cannon narrow. I've heard of her wow that's an rock I've seen all of her pills and I looked at my role as an artist and I was seeking out other artists as a black woman. I started to realize when work with spy can I started become more of a film student I started in theater There wasn't very much representation in front of the camera and behind the camera and it was you know our quest to create images for in front of the camera that we felt represented our community better and my passion from behind the camera was to say, well, I'm here because Spike Lee said I am the costume designer for his now and now I can take on that leadership as. An artist, but also as a mentor so I always had interns I was an intern I knew the value of internships and it was my hope that there would also even though I was young in the game that there would be another person who was as passionate as I was to reach the top and I I dreamed about like, Wow, what if I were to win the asker like? And tastic would that be And realize after I got on stage a may also before but especially after winning that I was a roll off.
Melrose Police Officers Help Save Boston Boy Impaled On Fence
"Fast action by Melrose Police Save the life of a young boy after he suffered a serious leg injury was about 9 30 Tuesday. I when officers were dispatched the Winthrop Elementary School officer Levi to France and Sergeant Charles burned with the first on the scene and found a 14 year old boy. Impaled by the spikes at the top of the four foot fence, possibly hitting his femoral artery. Friends of the team had used to sweatshirt to attempt to stop the bleeding officer to friends. We used, the department issued tourniquet to stop the bleeding. Squeezing the pressure point had the victim focus on him. Rather than on his injuries. The boy was taken to a Boston hospital by ambulance is said to be in good health. It is not believed to have suffered any long term health
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"I'm excited Unravel that mystery, but man they are pushing the mystery, and it was a little annoying, but obviously I'm still here. Andrew? Oh Yeah, you know I, know We've had a lot of fun doing this show and I know that a lot of folks have. Gotten a lot out of it during this quarantine time which the quarantines not ending, which is ending this as we get a little busier like we've said but. There's still crazy stuff to come when we come back with this. You know such as the next the next episode of Melrose Place we will see has alison running into some health problem? Jake may have a kid own. You know and then it sucks because we're just two episodes shy. We have Episode Eighteen. You guys a melrose place Christmas. With Dr Kimberly Shaw returning to the show, and you also get Matt's Fucking Dad in that episode. There's a lot. To look forward to, and then just shortly after that also Rhonda meeting her future husband happens. Right around here, so there's a lot going on I'm excited to continue when we when we bring this back on Patriot on you know like I said I. It was a show that I just watched. When I was way too young, watching it I had no business watching it. This brought back a lot of fun memories. You know the brilliant. Times of the nineties. which you know is definitely a rose colored glasses situation you know, don't think I don't know that but yeah. No I hope folks enjoyed this and enjoyed making it. We sure did yeah. party shots here Ya. I of I. Don't remember the Joe Secret I know it's probably not what we've already learned is probably more to it better better be fucking witness protection because this woman training people cannot just like. I had a bad marriage and it sucks. I'm edgy, so get the get fucked lady. By the little as looking up our our good friend cake, and she is coming back in a couple of episodes all of this serious. Four or five? Or periods, but her name. Is Sydney Walsh but she was episode of this show called hold on sweet justice and she's credited i. Always in parentheses like as if your credit is something else all right, but it's it's clearly whoever was doing the titles on sweet justice. Just did a Typo Kasese as sind. Nie Walsh S S. Y. N.. P. N. E. Y.. Off Fuck. Sorry, it's like Oh, look my sweet justice. Episode Fuck. This is ridiculous. It's like the city or something new S.. Y. N. B.. Andy Y, so that's like Sind Nie, which is not as any. That's just a Typo is like literally just a Seattle stop, maybe they. She was named after where where she was conceived. Also we were. We were three episodes shy of getting Jane's sister on the show, Sydney, of course, which we will get very soon. Yeah, when we come back I'm yeah I've had a lot of fun doing this show, and obviously the more of A. Guy I've actually been really enjoying the melrose place part of this as well so I'm glad we did both and we will continue to do both sometime later on kick. This can down the road. We are not ending quarantine nor Sergio because we. Would like to. Have World again, and that's the only way we're going to do it, but we're actually just getting a little busy, and we wanted to actually take some time off because there's been a bit intensive for a bit so, but that's not yet because next week or coming back with our final nine. Oh Two one! Oh, of the season, but we will say goodbye put a circle of salt around melrose place. No one can leave or enter it a delicate back. I phone officially shutting down the Puerto Hill for an indefinite amount of time. So that's going to do it. I. Have Been Stephen Sadek Andrew Jackson Eric's. Chris Cabin take it easy, remain indoors and wear a fucking mask. PODCAST!.
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"Send US o back if you to take one from US and she's wearing all black. I think to really drive home. The WHOA. She's not from around here. Yeah, dark and Edgy, and there's also this thing where she's a quote. Unquote rude, but I think to Chris's point like Jesus walking in. Hey, you guys get the apartments and Rhonda POPs at Noah's we'll. Wait and she's like. How about we switch and it's like that's fine, but like what's the rent? How many you be like what LOT OF ACQUAINTANCES LOSE! A lot of questions here are not being asked and been like before you know it. She's like Okay Rhonda. We'll get your Shit Outta here by this afternoon. fucking apart I was like Whoa. There's like Jane says because Michael's like gotta go to work, but my wife will show you the. And like. Exactly exactly like. We edit a clip? Officially licensed from spelling entertainment. Nobody is like Jane can show you around. Whatever Jane specifically is like. Okay, so we need you to fill out an application and blah. Blah, Blah. She's just like got it perfect Rhonda get the fuck out. Said No, you haven't been accepted. As she just walks out, I will see what what it's like four o'clock. I'm going to be back here. This plays better be vacant. It's really something I mean it's. It's so weird. Becau- and she also needs the two bedroom because she has a dark room because she's a photographer. That's Kinda her thing and she's like Oh. You know. We got a lot of creative types around here in melrose place I. Don't give a fuck you. Need to know about who's WHO's fucking who it's none of my business I want a place to sleep your photographer or creative type. Yeah, we got a lot of unemployed people here. That's definitely how it should have been conveyed. You're absolutely right. We see Michael on his boat. It's kind of a useless. It's just him in this dude. Scott kind of introducing. Introduce you to the concept of this guy. Seems like a really Nice Guy. Yeah I mean the whole thing here is like it's this. Interns mixer where the new hospital interns you know are going to meet like doctors that are working at the hospital and the whole idea is like. If you can get in and like, meet some you know the. Shake some hands. That kind of thing like it'll put you in a better position. For when you're like leaving your internship and looking to be. Fall on doctor at the hospital, so Michael's thing is like I gotta be great to this Guy Scott because he holds my future. Oh you're missing the League at the end. He says very loudly. He's. And then we cut Jane and this woman forgot. Her name is Liz, and they're kind of these are by the way these the mcbain. The mcbain. Man.
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"With business owners on Melrose really the first place that we saw the protests that were that turned into violence or that that sort of morphed into violence in some cases on Saturday night of last week here point out that you just made about city council members and I'm taking away from cops I feel like it they need to specifically point out that this isn't personal that this isn't about the police officers that it's about moving funding into social programs so that you don't need as many police officers they don't need to respond to as much yeah and I think that's key because when you take away the the narrative that it's of slapping of the cops on the restore it's putting that racism squarely on their shoulders that's when you're gonna get more push back why is it then that if they don't for you gonna frame it that it's not personally against the police it's about building up the community in a more effective way why can the two of us who make fart jokes nine hours a day yeah I'm balls we have come up with that but that just city council can't Caddo now extend that message I watch watching Wednesday when we come back during channel will continue later mom is over there with an update an LAPD officer says his boss referred to him and a fellow black officer as boys he also says after he complained his boss passed him over for a promotion twice Raymond brown's been with media relations since twenty fifteen this is Josh Rubin sting kept using the word when brown told Rubenstein to quit saying it brown says Rubin sting was dismissive and walked away angry then a few days later brown says Rubin sting used the word again last year a separate lawsuit had also been filed against media relations by a Hispanic sergeant who claimed he was told to stop speaking Spanish in the office the department had no comment Steve Gregory king of mynews some businesses in the Fairfax district have been holding on to their legacies to make it through the culvert nineteen pandemic and unrest Irma Rodriguez says Antonio's restaurant on Melrose to just re open the Saturday before last when looters swept through so we had to close down for weekend that hit us again and have they got in and having done what they did to the other restaurant neighbors that we have we probably wouldn't be here Rodriguez says the restaurant open again Friday but business has just started trickling in she says her dad open that restaurant fifty years ago news brought to you by reborn cabinets mental health cases in LA county have been on the rise since the outbreak of cold at nineteen Dr Alex believes it says it's especially hard on people with coping issues we'll see psychotic symptoms like people specifically paranoid about the coronavirus convinced that someone in their family member has it so they take action like do aggressive things towards them when really there's no evidence for that so you see their symptoms start to mimic the climate that's going on right now Billy says in some cases people spray everything in the homes with bleach and throw away all their food because they think it's poisoned the trump administration has come out against the democratic proposal to extend the six hundred dollar increase in unemployment payments the boosted payments were meant to help the tens of millions of people lost jobs due to culvert nineteen they're set to end in late July but Democrats say the extra payment should continue for the rest of the year the labor secretary says they're known no longer leave needed excuse me because the economy has started recovering let's head to a crash in Irwindale on the two ten it's on the eastern side it burning has the right lane shut down looks like it's going to work for an earlier problem and that's gonna be a rough ride for you to come away from or when Dale Avenue if you haven't heard already lanes are clear in the Gardena area even though you're still seeing a bit of a rough ride south on Saturday one ten as immigrate from Rosecrans Avenue to the ninety one even those police activity that was with us all morning long has wrapped up those lanes are still pretty busy right now as you make greater north Hollywood got a small grass fire being cleared off to the right shoulder one seventy north at magnolia and it looks like you're still dealing with problems as you make way to the Orange County area Caltrans crews working along Ortega highway east and west along the seventy fourth between Rancho VA whole road and.
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"Great now I gotta go home and drink. I'm GonNa Steal Beers from myself. I I do love do. There is a shot of the MOM. She's like clearly patented back some beers and she's like with some fucking biker. Dude at the Pool Table. Just like Oh. Is this how you play this game on? That pool really is almost. It was quite something and so he goes home. She comes home afterwards. She knocks over the world's lightest lamp. And it's like the big dig your classic. Nobody knows how to do physical anything on this. Show this lamp looks ridiculous. It barely falls over Jackson lab. Oh my tin foil lamp And this is when they kind of again and he's like you said. You'd stop drinking even though she had promised she drinks less these days which assure always the I'm switching to beer that whole oh I'm switching to beer. Excuse hot damn I will say though hilarious Jacqueline writing here he goes. What have you been doing drinking since lunch is just got me good man. I duNNo. I can't take care of you anymore. You're knocking over lamps and knocking over lamps all right. This is the last Straw. You knocked over that lamp not to mention the lamp which I did it. Bring up the I brought. All my beer is gone by the way even my lamp beer you drank that. I think about the LA riots. I care about the lamps. Yup Yup to light bulb is broken. Happened I mean. That's what's so insane about this tele place such as it is sure like we are trying to weigh The repercussions of a really. You know bad moment in American history you know added to the laundry list of you know and then it's like my mom's knocking over lamps because she's like this episodes and the we are not on the same level here. I mean these. These stories should not enter tweet. Intertwine like this. They should just focus on. This whole. Billy is a racist story. Exactly that's that's the lead baby or like like like and then make the story about Rhonda and maybe Rhonda faces adversity. And then he realizes like shit that happened to you like I feel bad now something lesson yep exactly I do want to say They this is one of the three times the openly say that Matt is gay is I like. He's like he's rapid with Rhonda and that scene and he's like you know I I hear that crap too. You know like nobody. I don't I don't have a sign that says I'm gay so people just come up to me and assume I'm straight and after you hear this shit. Wow Holy Holy. Fuck and Shit. Matt's gay it was kind of funny dude because for split-second because they just they don't talk about it ever in his episodes. It's only happened a few times like so when he starts this. He starts from a place of like you know Rhonda. I know how you're feeling and I was like Whoa wait. What was like. Oh you're gay. Okay he's A. What does Vick Shin Papers? The office bell row he at least does put in the caveat of like but you clearly have it harder because you can't just look at me and know that I'm gay he. It's a fine seen it but it just shocking that they even a put a hat on that -solutely. Yeah so but whatever that's kind of it J. kicked his mom out. She's like it's kind of amazing she's just like at least the next morning is he's like. Oh Man. I really did it last time so I guess what you have to get fuck out of here as a but I'm in trouble Jake and I'm like wait what's happening. At a of riverboat gambler goes strangle him. Listen listen I had to send my lamp over to Mike and Jane's last night Okay just so you do it again. Today I by Mike. Breaks it fucking trying to hold it. Oh Jeez chip. Jake flip trying to change a shirt. God I told you Michael. That was like a child to me this lamp. Jeez I don't know man Jake's lay. It was just there in the middle of the floor and I was trying to figure out where we're going to put the baby's crib broke. Look Michael What's going to happen with a lamp comes out of me. Look over there. You loves his lamp but he's just like hey look. I was trouble to all the time. You've never bailed me out Blah Blah Blah and more intense grant. Show got. It's fine. He's doing okay here. I WANT WANNA say like we're we're having a lot of fun on Melrose to one oh And there are actors across both shows. That are not so great but I do. I do want to stick up for grant show. I think he's a good actor he's good beefcake to like. I'm actually shocked. I didn't see more of him. It is where I guess. He just stayed on that luxury studies on Dallas. Now he stayed in that primetime soap opera. You must not do a single bad action movie like come on. There's got to be one would be good western movie. You know what he would do. Probably pretty well is a good like villain character like some sort of domestic terrorist. Jake Hanson exactly. But so you know. He kicks her out and she leaves then like you know what I guess like. Sandy throws his face here. How does that? How does this work again? Well so yes oh he. I think we're back at shooters and Sandy. Oh that's what it is. 'cause Jake Jake says to his mother man real called line he's like. Can you do me a favor? And she's like yes anything or whatever and he goes. Don't be here when I come home. So he goes to shooters to just drink until she leaves. And I think sandy's like hey by the way y'all your Mama's gone you can go home and drink alone again and he's like Oh tastic and then she's like you know. You should still go say by though. I forgot to mention child bus. Don't leave for twenty minutes and I'm like twenty. Minutes is not a lot of time especially in a city like is the bus station next door to shooters. It might be first of all good but yeah Los Angeles is a big town like remember we were out there we were standing around Beverly Hills actually and then you tried to get the Hollywood to make a movie barely made. It took us over an hour. Yeah I just I feel like twenty minutes do just you know your mother's gone. Pretend she's dead. 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"melrose" Discussed on We Hate Movies
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"melrose" Discussed on We Hate Movies
"I'm sorry. Fuck you dude cooking hit by a car and he does not and that's of a you know she she he she dropped the charges. Jake and all all's well that ends well and like he's like you know Jason I'm GonNa Walk you back from work tonight and she's like you don't have to. The threat is over. Child is a what if I want to? Its own rules you anyway. Install new toilet cam and I might as well walk you back home and do it quickly. Yeah he might as well be your escort. He's drinking for free every fucking night every fucking night with this guy so that is our episode on lonely hearts here. This is the end of another week of Melrose to know what you missed on the Patriot and feed this week. We dropped episode on the ring Governments he's good movie where continuing to doing a bad movies because we also did a dead man's chest with Chelsea Japan which is an amazing episode. And we've got a ton more patriots stuff coming for you. We've got an a group. Glossary on a merion pig guard. That's right we got an ad coming up on the jetsons. Oh Yeah and then The nexus we'll be talking some star Trek. I don't have the episodes in front of me and speaking of Skis E. L. A. Nonsense Eric Cisco we brought back inside order. Sleaze during the Corentin. What are we talking about this month while the thing is if you pledge now you'll also get the exterminator from one thousand nine hundred eighty which we were talking about a little bit earlier which is a great movie but this movie is not good. It's called Don's plum stars a bunch of actors. You know who demanded the film never be released which you can find on youtube now. Leonardo DiCaprio tobey Maguire. They're talking about nefarious sexual activity. It's basically like eighty seven minutes of predominantly. The two of them treating women like garbage. Have not seen this yet. And I'm really kind of excited to see this weird oddity. Oh it's really something dude. It's like fucking clerks for date rape of so that it We always end with parting shots. And Are you excited to continue this? This show not the quarantine knowns excited to continue the quarantine but also you kind of have to continue the quarantine because if not this virus will kill us all and I know that people are losing money and it's tough for everybody out there but you know it's all where fucking masks if we can Going to Edridge Yuban. Oh yeah man I was down to clown of the place dude. You know me I will say I've I always give some little CAESARS. Here's the next week's melrose place episode. You guys don't worry about it next week. Billy meets bad stand up comedian. Who Asks Her to Babysit her eight-year-old gifts so calmed cavity. Thought you hated this show before. We'll guess what happens when this show morphs with the plot of Man of the house. Chris Gavin any parting shots. Well you're already looking into the abyss here Stephen So Yeah I look forward to entering the abyss and getting lost it and probably losing my mind even more so yeah. Of course. Let's get going there. Yeah also sign up for the abyss. We might as well go down in it because we're never getting out. Yeah so I and I'm equally as excited. I'm not I fucking hate when they bring kids on these shows man now. I'm really bummed about next week. I be honest with you know who this kid grew up to be though according to his IMDB. He's one of the guys that was obsessed with Tim. Bike Nelson now three years old playing eight year old. He was obsessed with stiff lers. Mom He's one of the dudes American.
"melrose" Discussed on We Hate Movies
"Fucking owl my thing. We are talking about second chances. The sixth episode of Melrose Place that originally aired August of Nineteen ninety-two August the twelfth nineteen eighty two. This show started in July and ended in. May I mean almost a full fucking year like thirty five episodes per season minutes? Fucking crazy original fucking star Trek. What are we talking about here? Nineteen ninety-two yeah. It's really wild. Also is it second. Chances are second chance second chances. I'm looking at. We got double double the chances guys. Double the fun This week both of our lead story above our stories are about second chances you guys. I don't know if you notice that a little bit of writing double meant Gum Sure and they would have like twins and blew my Lord. What would I do those twins? The one with the Menendez brothers was great. And I will say you're knocking on this title. But I was perusing the Hulu interface just for a little S. N. G. After I finish this episode's my D- What now s in g do shits and giggles. Course I don't want none of you. Losers S and my fucking corn only witter's s that. No there's fucking titles that's like a trip to the sperm bank that's a lot of sperm whose talk it's not verbatim but if you look in the like especially the last reasons of melrose place. There are multiple titles than afterwards permanent for one hundred others so second. Chances Yeah. I'm fine with it. I lost my sperm episode. Here said just jacking off. That's the title that's the actual title. It's the tonight. I'll middle Rhodes place. The season premiere cubs splash. You better get ready for the cubs. Pledge Lookout this phone for Aaron Spelling's hottest new Nano do ano- spin off. That's right it's a spin off of a spin off of a spin off at edges called. Aaron Spelling's Boo cocky. Oh Lord see the semen from that episode got its own show on that backdoor pilot a mile away. Now get ready for Darren Stars. Do you swallow a new series on why was to go there. Everybody So we're talking about dripping.
The casts of The Goonies, Friday Night Lights, and Melrose Place are all reuniting
"The one of the things that's come out of our quarantine in this covert nineteen world is the reunions of your favorite old TV shows I think a lot of people are going nostalgic right now anyway just in terms of what you're watching because we're all kind of harkening back and grabbing for a simpler time but also there's so many opportunities now for people to connect over zoom over Google hangouts over all the other meeting apps so now we're getting a ton of reunions you remember John Krasinski reunited with his office co stars recently the cast of that thing you do linked up over a virtual screening of the of the comedy after the death of the lead singer of fountains of Wayne the Goonies just did a reunion of Friday night lights having a reunion and Melrose Place is having a reunion tonight six five one six four one one oh seven one what TV show cast would you like to see reunite remember the cast of the nanny did a table read of a show the first yeah and you know Bradley you'll you brought this Josh gad is kind of at the center of a lot of these reunions well he he's the one behind the Goonies and there's this new web series and it's called reunited apart with Josh gad the first one is the Goonies and that premiered yesterday it was actually I mean I'm sure somewhere I was paying attention better than we were but I saw this yesterday morning and it took place live at about eleven o'clock our time yesterday after morning but then I watched it when I got home and it was about thirty minutes like twenty six some minutes of Josh gad hosting a reunion with literally your favorite people from the Goonies and not only your favorite people but like the writer the director and Steven Spielberg so he brought all these people together it was just like frankly I think one of the reasons these are happening is because it's so it takes such little resources to make it happen you literally just have to have the people and by the way nobody's doing anything right so everybody is available to show up for
Chicago - Melrose Park Officer Joseph Capello Dies From COVID-19
"The body of Melrose park police officer Joseph Capello now rests at a local funeral home he died of covert nineteen him tired from the cook county sheriff's department after twenty years of service join the force two years ago in Melrose park and may run Sir because says officer capella was hospitalized more than three weeks ago and eventually put on a ventilator in the I see you it's family says his medical condition began to improve and then recently took a downward turn funeral arrangements are
Regina A. Mason: Searching for William E. Grimes
"Jimmy Mason is a remarkable woman. She spent fifteen years of a life researching alive for great great. Great Grandfather William Grimes with nothing to go on the connection to the underground railroad. She spent countless hours in libraries reading books. Looking at Michael Film and Census Records Grind was changes. Oh when he was sold away from the arms of grieving mother to a far plantation hair grew up friendless and mother list apparently no surrogate slave family or loved ones to embrace him. No one even to look after him. Grimes was the first person to go through slavery in the South and write about it. This was the first time cousin. Slavery exposed onto the spectrum of one who had lived in and he was the first author to write about the harsh realities of the north. Despite the narrative of his big F- freedom land. Recently in Black America spoke with China rant to produce of Gina's journey the site for William Grimes and Regina e Mason on today's program. We conclude our conversation and so my co-producer contacted his agent his agency and they sent it over and to my astonishment he came back and was like I'll do it and it was more than a reasonable rate and which also made us faint and the next thing I was out in In Hollywood in in Melrose actually at his recording studio and and directing keep David in the booth which was mind blowing to say the least and he was astonished to see you know me and and and you know given my age and done and being an African American male to be directing this film so that that really made him happy when he saw that he just was was really blown away with it but he blessed the project came in. He did the most amazing work on it and it really just elevated genus story and Grind Story to a whole new level so we will be internally thankful to him for that and every once in a while I do have talks with them still. He's just a really good person and I think he's a studier of history. He's very big in the voice over world. He's an Emmy Award Winning Boys Actor. Who's done a ton of Ken? Burns documentaries so he was really into and this is his thing so I think he really enjoyed working on this project and we were better for Ms Mason ominously. This was labor intensive. This is way before Google and everything else. So what gave you that consistent drive to want wanting to complete this project William Grimes himself you know when you read his narrative all that. He endured life to the cruelty the abuse at every turn. He was reminded that he was nothing but he never bought into the status quo. In fact he defied the status quo. Every turn just the fact that he had the notion that he was capable of writing his own story without any assistance from white people speaks to who he was and how self assured he was so his example of perseverance and endurance gave me the will to to just carry on it. And see this per- This project to to the end and I'm speaking of the book project and I do have to say this once. I started digging into this story and realizing that no other scholars and really looked at it. In fact when I went looking for any body of research that was done on William Grimes it was so inaccurate and they were historians to just took liberty to to write about this man having not done any research whatsoever and then I came across the Work of Dr William L. Andrews scholar from UNC UNC Chapel Hill University of North Carolina Chapel Hill extraordinary expert on early African. American autobiography. I came across his book to tell of Free Story and he studies the slave narratives and included in his body of work which is sort of like the scholars Bible. Today he wrote about William Grimes not a whole lot more than I had found those about four pages of work and I needed to make sense of that genre of literature that I really knew nothing about so I reached out to him and he at the time was the only living collar who that who I could talk to and we sort of built a relationship every now and then I would send him information about what I found a William Grimes and he one day wrote me back and he says look the work you've done has to be preserved in some fashion or another then. He approached the idea of partnering to do a book. Because I knew that bill knew that I I wanted to bring this story to light this new scholarship that had never been done before on William grinds and he definitely was the right person because obviously he had studied grimes he had written about grinds and there was really no one else that I could associate myself with and he was the man when it came to early African American autobiography and so we partnered and We developed what we call all. What has been the authoritative edition of the life of William Grimes runaway slave? What was it like your feelings when you you read his narrative and then understood that your great great grandfather was just not an ordinary slave Well I WANNA say this William Grunt was an ordinary man. Who didn't extraordinary thing? I want to move to realize we may not have those narrative is out there. We may not be able to to. We can maybe able to find our ancestors who had been enslaved on In plantation records or slave inventories. And all you see our names sadly those voices we will never know their voice or their humanity because the story doesn't exist so to find this first person account of slavery and by the way we them grams. It's the first person of color to go through slavery in the south. Handle right about it so for the first time we got to hear about southern slavery from the perspective of the Sleigh and not from the slave owner himself so it's a different kind of storing. It's more authentic and true in terms of the experience so to recover this and then associate myself to this narrative. I realize that all of his virtues are inside of me so when you say William Grimes was not the ordinary slave he definitely speaks for those who didn't have a voice and I believe that. None of the slaves bought into the enslaved narrative that was supposed to be their destination and ultimately was their destination or a. Yes. I believe that they all had that will to be free. And and in their own circumstances they asserted whatever power they had in a rebellious way. And so to know though that William Grimes was able to make out of slavery and to tell his story is huge it is it's just incredibly empowering and I realized that again that his virtues existed me and he was my example every step of the way when I wanted to give up when I was faced with all kinds of closed doors I realized that he faced those same and he was told no over and over again but he found a way to get it done and so I I it brings me great. Pride that this enslaved man who never bought into the status quo live within
"melrose" Discussed on Ripper Magoos with Bob Menery
"I loved running a restaurant. He didn't listen. Lines is going to be the easiest thing. I go for these guys to be where they are. They've seen it all they've done it all it's oppression. This is the easiest interview we're going to have and for me. I'm informed like I learned a couple of things and stuff like that for guys in there so I'll have a little bit more reverence. You're to see the new personal preference for five minutes later. It was great and then twenty minutes. We Talk I learned the only reason to have a good excuse. What you want to go to the House. You can tell your wife that. Hey I have to do something with the restaurant to love it. Funny Thing at seven thirty eight eight thirty when the place jumping and everybody's having a great time and you feel that energy that's when the average person goes. I WANNA open a restaurant. You guys are having so much but you didn't hear about at six thirty in the morning when the pipe bursts and all the problems solved before type person New York at stake. I was literally on vacation Skiing I the first thing I see at six. Am is a flood coming out of the ceiling from frozen type but yes it's one hundred percent. What he said is true. People the customers when they love enjoying a restaurant they look around. Everyone's cheering and never having a good time and sharing food and having dates and engagements are celebrating birthdays. Whatever that's the stuff that I love. I sit back in like I'm like wow we. We imagined something. It then was drawn. It was then built and then opened and people are liking it and coming back and paying to be there. What's better than that? Well nothing RACECAR. Just don't talk about any of the other stuff that goes into. It considered the race card. You Got Twenty third place. Twenty-first we actually qualifying daddy with Denny Hamlin one Daytona and whatever and he said that there was no chance was thirty six racers. He said because once it goes into that you don't know like it's actually based on how much money is put into the cars so they know kind of where they're going to finish so he had told me. Expectations were between twenty sixth thirtieth place. And I was like this thirty six racers in this fucking thing. I'm like really but you know at the end of the day but there are saw when you were at the end of the pits. You're you're the guy was like the best you can do. Here is actually twenty one if everything goes right because you put it at the right time. Syrian rate during this amazing. How this guy fucking knows but the thing is we had the pit clubbing. There were great but I think the compared to the rest of the field because at one point they were like we lost a crew member. Like what do you mean we lost a crew member? He's like I don't know he just left. I'm like what the fuck you gotTA help out. I'm like Jesus Christ Salvator. Aaron stepped in days of thunder or everybody pushed. That's what I'm that's what I'm trying to do. I'm just taking all the race cars just trying to make a brown nose and Tom Cruise. I think it's quiet. That was him and his best toys. Gentlemen it has been a pleasure having both here I enjoy. I enjoy your restaurants I do too by the way. Congratulations you're killing. It could do to be honest with you. We have no fucking idea we're doing. I don't either know what you're doing but I do love what you're doing. What is funny? GotTa Color Sports commentating than a podcast build on C. You put it in the race car that you've got to tell you the race car raced in the NASCAR hard. I'm telling you I'M GONNA HAVE. I'm GonNa win the Daytona five hundred. Okay here. I have a horse to remember. Go with here's a crazy horse. It's been that's been winning every fucking time river. Magoo horse is not doing well. We had to put down right. Great Stuff episode Twenty Three Books. Mark Birnbaum CRAG SAUCEPAN susser laurens sessile been restaurants on Melrose. La To the best place in the world. Love you guys. Thank you so much for coming again. Fucking Magoo this podcast is brought to you by action park media..
"melrose" Discussed on Ripper Magoos with Bob Menery
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"melrose" Discussed on Ripper Magoos with Bob Menery
"No when she liked springs yet Princeton Clinton and Hillary and who. I haven't heard Obama me neither loved to have Obama Obama. Because that's the one guy that I take. Who would you want to go to dinner? One guy that you'd want to go to dinner with I'd say Obama and political stuff aside not choosing a lot of mutual friends. But we've never actually because our team went to the White House. Oh that's awesome party. There might have been President Bill and Hillary came in on that sort of like. I Love Bill Clinton. You know like I really enjoy that. Sort of my my. I present that I really paid attention to at my age. So when he and Hillary came in And then they asked me to sit down thousand questions wicked. Smart. I mean this is a very very smart couple. But she was really like dialed in on all things. New York when you watch him work a room. Nobody totally get it. Yeah that's why feel really like you are his friend and then I ran into him years later and he remembered my name. I don't know if someone whispered to 'cause my boy. Jd is But it still made you feel like I remember everything I remember what was what was secret. Service like that to Kinda. Do they have to like scan your restaurants everything no actually. They were all there but My friend like I said as his aide so he gave me a heads up. He's like I'm going to bring in you know King and clean candidate. My father was on a golf course with Clinton will not playing with it but on the golf course. Whatever there was big tart being dragged around. And it's all secret service all across the whatever. My Dad wants to service guys. And he's like what is that thing underneath the tarp and they were like that is a heat seeking missile that if any time something comes in the airspace. He's shooting we have fucking permission to shoot that thing down now speaking of your father. That's pretty bad or do you think he'd sell out quicker. Catch your same or crags. Craigs BE MORE BY DAD's crooner and he'd like to sell Frank Sinatra and whatnot so You know I think strikes has catch has a little fucking catches Bruno. Mars five or something like that we've had DJ's in performances but for that vibrant. I love we only when we have events we don't do it on a nightly basis. Do you guys ever eat each other's restaurants? Yeah Yeah I'm there all I would say I'm a regular yeah. The only thing that's cramped my style is is having twins so we still go out as much in an at the restaurant five minutes. We really unbelievable. I I have to say like for I and I say to my now fiance. I'm like you see Craig right there. There's never time you've been here. He's not standing here in a suit ready to go. I'll stop each other guys. Were here the hell you get when you leave a lot. You know for for the business at the hours where people don't really respect them People don't respect night hours. They respect day hours because traditional. You know if I was going from six o'clock in the morning although it is six pm no grief but you go from six pm to midnight and your God forbid having a fun time talking to people sitting at tables eating dinner track. Trying your food chitchatting having fun because our business is fun at times A lot of times. Actually you get the grief so you have to sort of bat like how do you explain your job when it's not just in an off and it's also right. How many nights have you been like? I don't WanNa talk anybody. Go Home I'm GonNa Watch net flicks and never. We actually have to go to work. Yeah we have to go to work and that might be your one night in for a month and I gotTa make sure that you have a good time and I'm happy to see and we're throwing a party every night. How many times do you have to go to the restaurant because you have to explain to your significant other him like this so and so is the I had to be there? Be there your wife an excuse to you. Have to go to the rest. Whatever they're not going anyway it'll be fine. They don't really need you. They don't really you know it doesn't really make a difference and I think to myself you know what you're probably right on that one time. It may not make a difference but if that was my mentality always. I'd never be where I give my wife. It always makes his autocratic. She actually doesn't give me grief when when I say so and so's coming in and I just got to go and say hello and do all that stuff but I also have to learn how to take a step back and kind of enjoy it a little bit more and not have that hyper focus of every little detail and never go away. The will but his size restaurant ninety seats is a very different business than four hundred fifty seats. It actually gives me a tremendous amount of More freedom the larger. It is because I'm able to employ a lot more people to do a lot more things and it's less of about micromanaging. It's more macro managing. So yes there's always those customers here and there but I believe strongly that if if I as a regular person walk into Craig's but I'm a regular customer not famous but not super important just like if I don't see Craig there muffin. Something's off yeah. We're in the cheers business. Which was referred to as like cheers mentality of like. Everybody knows your name and you have the same bartenders and the same waiters and the sand. Everyone just screams norm and they walk in. That's his business a lot. It's also my business on a different sort of scale guys tables. We have probably. I don't know two hundred to twenty two tables sweating to flip by Tommy and Peter. Could cold sweats every? I'm just panicking. Like where the fuck this guy this but they do a great job do a great job in their great number. Twos number one's whatever but like Craig has put his name on a restaurant Craig's because I just know the tough to somebody walks in the door. I look at Tommy. He looks at me. I'm like what? And then they look at it and they just start laughing at like. We're we're we're with so and so they're in on. The joke was like they see the panic on our faces because we don't have them in their reservation but have you guys ever shut down the restaurant for anyone or kept it open really late for somebody. Yeah I've kept it open late for people. We only clothes two times. A year Golden Globes Oscars pretty much put up with it. What about this I would say? I've I've been to catching Craig's and stuff and you you're gonNA catch but I'd be mark said like everybody knows your name and I kinda of do appreciate when I go to the restaurant. I do recognize the faces and some people become friends with and then the consistency of the food. It's great every single time. Tell the listeners. How long can take your kids like that? I just don't like the fact that he comes in and asks us the Punch Card Bike. You know the the groupon while this one. Gosh no think about it like when you when people open up a restaurant and this is this is one of my pet peeves. Somebody opens up a restaurant. They go they come in and they go. Oh always at someone's house. It was horrible. I might guys. They just open. Give them a minute. They they don't even know where the forks are. The crew isn't working together. They don't know where they're consistencies coming from. You think about it. You GotTa Grill Guy. That works five days a week. He gets two days off without even thinking down. What happens in three four five six months out making mental list of all the things that have to go perfectly right for your business plan to work? Almost all of them have nothing to do with food. There's a tremendous amount of things that can happen badly. That will screw up your actual dining experience for even food comes now. God forbid you do have all those great things happening and you sit down and the food comes out late or cold or too. You know cooked our overcooked it too salty. If you stay with five people on you just say you know by raise of hands who here likes salty. Food to at a three. Who HERE LIKES BLAND? Food One and a four who here. It prefers very spicy to defy the amount of things that people like don't like and then nowadays with like the restrictions of Diet and all this other Vegan people in alleged just Vegan. But it's like well. I'm gluten free and I also can't have saw saw so to now imagine doing that for four hundred and fifty people at once to get every single dish out in the time that it's meant to be out and hot now I've cooked for five ten fifteen people in my life at my own house and my barbecue. Whatever and then you try to get out the vegetables the meet the fish the potatoes all to come out at the same time all hot all all the right time and then deliver it at the temperatures that people like or the salt content or lack of pepper too much. Whatever the fuck you're using. It's virtually impossible so when I watched the what I referred to as the orchestra catch Kitchens it's a miracle. Actually that it even works at all because it's impossible. The why are businesses and nine out of ten failure rate is because of all these factors and then by the way. It's extremely expensive. And if you don't do kind of like an eighty five to ninety job you're a F- in your business or things like what you have to deliver on and here's one hundred percent success in your like eighty five growing up. If I got an eighty five I was a genius in this. Business and eighty five is a failure tweens. You're not really busy every night. But you're busy seventy percent of the time one restaurant at one hundred percent more profitable than to restaurants at ninety five percent. Yeah there's like the Delta that like just crushes you and if you don't go above about it you roll out of bed at nine eleven. Put on some headsets. Ask US stupid questions and business. I.
"melrose" Discussed on Ripper Magoos with Bob Menery
"Run the hardest restaurants coast-to-coast first thing is what is the worst thing anyone could say to you if they come in your bar. They really want to try to get a table. The restaurant there. They don't have a reservation. Blob like what's the number one worst thing you could do and after your answer to that question. What is the best thing they could do? Even though it's impossible the restaurants packed all those things must either. This is sort of not just for restaurants I would say in life in general someone who comes in very arrogantly and says sort of the. Don't you know who I am attitude and is rude to our hostesses and insults them and does that? Can you literally are just talking yourself or offers ridiculous. Here's five hundred bucks. I want the next table. It's just not gonNA happen like it's not. Yeah it's not GonNa work you guys were on and Rudeness and Aggressiveness Off. The Bat is just. We pretty much don't tolerate at all. We protect our employees first and then the brand and then everything else. So there's that but but the opposite is true and this is true with everything in the whole world wherever you save if you're at the airlines and some routes used to just be humble polite and understanding and explain. I've screwed up here I've been trump. My wife wants to kill me. I screwed I thought I mean reversion. Tonight's not as actually next week. Kill me if there's anything you can do at all please let me know I will take it. You know what that person behind says. I'm going to figure it out for you right now. Not In thirty minutes or an hour and a half now. I'm GONNA figure because they want to help humble person. They want to help the person that's pretending to be. You know really sweet. But even if they're not so you guys there's a lot of people listening to this podcast. Probably that our love to be where you are because you guys made it in the restaurant. Business got very successful. Neither one of US sit on it right so we're always working always lovech restaurants in pouring hard work and it's the most boring question. Everybody has all the time. It sucks to answer. But what is the one piece of advice you can give somebody who is trying to attain a modest success that you guys have in the restaurant business. The do it got to be hard work. I always say to people. Like if you're gonNA open up a restaurant it's absolutely the worst business but if you love it and it's what it's your passion then go for it and you'll be can't you can't. It is impossible to succeed in this business. If you don't love it for what you do and then you can and it's not just about loving food is not just loving people you have to love it. All you have to love the hours you have to love the fact that your life is really there to serve others even if you think it's not it is no matter how successful. I mean the last week at a big customer come in from out of town who's arguably one of the larger customers in the whole world in terms of what he buys in wine and you know the old me and the new me meaning the one that was starting in the one. That's here now is still seah. I'm going to sit at the table. I'm going to hang. I'm going to bond. I'm going to go to him with him to another restaurant. Not just because it's a financial windfall for the restaurant but it's it's understanding that these are great customers above and beyond whether he spends money or not was irrelevant to me. The hope is that he does if he doesn't all good. I'm still GONNA do it for the next ten years ugly. And they're sorry in the nightclubs. There used to be spenders. That would spend fifty thousand twenty thousand dollars a night in these clubs. A bunch of them then it got less and less and less. Meanwhile the ones that used to spend a ton of money and then stop spending money to not still treat them. The same way is outrageous right. So there's a lot of people that's like in the club business. They're like he's not spending his ten thousand two nights a SQ Rome. I would look at that number to say you know what it's going back. We make sure that this guy feels like whether you're spending or not we're still the same. People are not just out for their money. And you know Lo and behold successful people that fall down get back up and there are greatest customers once again or whatever but that to me. Is that the always thinking about what one can do to the marathon win versus sprint curve. Very up and down City in other words people they get hot in there. Are People get cold? There are people that lose their jobs and people just so it's just a matter. Of course I didn't even know we had the whole Donald. You that one of our hot takes care of us in a month. You GOTTA GET HOT EXACT. Stinger race car guys made it in my mind done. No you have a sticker on a race car. No Fuck I thought I wanted your names on that funding racecar too. I never got back called Mark. Mark said don't even call Craig's no fucking sheds he's doing it. He said Yar sponsor NASCAR's not really our demo. Sponsored it with I guess rags V. Meek Mill Meek Mill did put that fucking race car on his story that got viewed by a couple of million people. So what are you GONNA stop for? Sure I think mark. You seem disappointed that you missed the boat. I had a little bit after I saw what you see. I told you I call Marco. You're asking me general about now. I'm doing something with twenty four hours. Twenty four hours to sell this fucking car. It's understandable all night. Call me mother. It's believable I just knew if I was GONNA call you there's GonNa be ice. Cream stands outside fucking truck old time. I didn't know what it was. It wouldn't even be a race card. Be An ice cream truck driving around the fucking lane. I'm sorry who has to create our Burma goof flavor. We'll talk about that. But but but you did miss the boat there. I mean it got some good eyeballs so next time. I hope we will still be busy tomorrow but I appreciate the opportunity and once again a standby should I hold on? We're going to decide that cracks. My next question is who is more likely to have their name on the next race car. Craig's or cash. Sounds like Craig Melvin. So bad it got so bad where there was no sponsors. That wanted to do it so I had to call billionaires and be like hey guys you WanNa have some fun and fuck with each other and that's how we ended up selling the car that's a creative toss Amigos and do it and we'll do constantly migos said no. No I was already there. I already hit them. I call. Jj like three in the morning. I'm looking at this race. Car Racing and four hours to call somebody. I help. Buffalo Wild Wings are like we just don't want river booze in b-dubs gathering like fucking voice your commercial backing me in this venture so but the thing is going back to what Mark said about about taking care of clients. It's like there was a a really a regular really good client. That really wanted you know. She wanted eggplant Parmigiana and we didn't have it and so I sent somebody in the market to get some eggplant and we made our John. It sounds simple. It sounds small. But how many restaurants do you go into and you simply estimate one little change and they say no time right right so that's not our business our businesses yes wherever you ca- right and that's too the regulars that is as busy as we are it's yes it's accommodating it's how can help. How can I tell the problem what's your? What's your biggest pet peeve when it comes to customer complaints like what bugs you more than ever if you hear a complaint Whether it be okay. What's yours. My number one yes. They're busy taking instagram pictures and stories and I love it and then they complain. That the food's cold yeah. I know it wasn't when it came out like they're busy literally. They'll spend ten minutes getting a perfect shot in the cold. I it really bothers me when people that made a last minute hookup reservation like hey man. I know it's last minute can I? Just you know a nice figure it out and we look. It's going to be busy but I know your importance. Let me get you in. And then they come up to me and they've waited five minutes and like yo pro waiting for my table here. Can you do something about it? I look at them. I'm like you asked me thirty minutes ago out of nowhere for an eight top on Saturday. I should have just said no would have been better for you. Got You in. You're eighty Craig. You'll be next really bothers me. They feel like once they got the. Yes all these entitlement. Oh yeah really bothers me. Yeah but I mean look bothers me. I've had worse problems. But yeah that's that's one that's consistent. No it's it's the one I was talking about. The people are coming early and then by the time the actual reservation time happens and you go over by a minute. They lose their mind. Have Hey Craig announced last minute Saturday. Do you mind hooking me up and you say yes come come sort it out and then complaining to you that. I'm waiting five minutes. It's not in the front room which it happens with with. Call you because it's actually bugged me time so I've done this by mistake. I've call you guys were like. Hey can I get a nine o'clock Krecko times and I've plans of switched thirty minutes before but I don't think it's that big of a deal because you're so busy because you can always switch somebody in your thoughts about as long as you let me know that you're not coming. Okay do which I do. Okay at eight fifty nine. Usually a great reliever. It's like the pressure valve was released everytime going against the late. So it's not that bad when somebody Kansas on. You know like if I'm holding twelve top for you you know and it's like nine o'clock I you know ten or twelve top and then you know they don't show up for fifteen twenty minutes and they're late and then it's like oh he comes like. Oh my bad. I'm not coming then I WANNA kill you. Who is one person that both of you have not had in your restaurant yet that you guys would love to have in their Bruce springsteen and Billy Joel have neither of them have been to my restaurants in New York? I'm a little above springsteen. Let me like to help you? But I don't think they're listening to this silly Dole..
"melrose" Discussed on Ripper Magoos with Bob Menery
"Drinking me. So you both have in general mind when you guys you have aside and says catch you have a scientist. Craig's first question all right so you gotta hold up. You got to be honest and just like the dating game. The dating newlywed game. I thought of this fifteen minutes ago because that'll prep for anything all right so who has more celebrities in their restaurant. So so Martin holds up Craig's you hold up cats. You have to be honest who has more celebrities in the restaurant. All right so we're GONNA go with. I'd say from what I noticed. I think Craig's gets more celebrities right in the restaurant. So what I want to know is how does it average person because you guys are always booked out to the Max and you have a smaller venue. So it's less tables. Whatever you can accommodate probably more the everyday person exactly. That's what I refer to it. We always have some level of cherry tomatoes on top which I refer to as like the celebrity clientele. That's where it is with. Its athletes are anybody. That's not normal but in giant restaurant we appreciate the ninety percent. Which is the lettuce salad because if it was just tomatoes it would just be shitty sal answer Mark But. I doubt it's the stew right. You need older people. Middle Aged people young people. You need rich people. You Need Poor People. You need people that are celebrities. People that are accountants. People are like you need the whole thing otherwise it becomes unbalanced and it doesn't. It isn't what it should be. So how hard is it for a regular joe? Schmo comes in from Kansas to Los Angeles wants to take his wife and two kids out wants a reservations at Craig's. It's what's the Busiest Day of Ukraine? But it doesn't it. Fortunately seven days a week or busy. But you're going to get you can get early late times. You just can't get the primetime. Primetime are for a lot of regulars and for people that have made some reservations ahead of time. Though it's interesting about your business that I noticed is that you don't have a door person. You don't have a guy stop you I do for. We've been from reasons but the thing is me but he's got you know a level ten in quality crowd sitting there yet. Any schmuck in the world can walk in and go sit at the bar pretty much wearing whatever doing whatever we have secured. It's just low key right but you don't stop them at the gate. You're not like do you have a reservation like a lot of places in La and New York will stop you in a restaurant before you get in and make sure that you have a reservation at the very least politely which we do and if you don't ever reservation then there's some sort of factor of like do we have spaced not as but for small restaurant you're incredibly inclusive naturally exclusive right but it's also a really good neighborhood so you think about He'll down the block grass attracts. You want that kind of ECLECTIC crew that kind of walks in and somebody wants you. WanNa beer an cheeseburger and I wanNA watch the game. And then you've got people you know in the back door. So how did they go about? So how much notice they have to give it to get reservation at Craig's I WanNa Thursday night and flying in I land on Wednesday WanNa Call Kai called same day in the morning from regular Joe Schmo who knows nobody probably not no usually three four weeks out three or four weeks out reservation wise. So did you have a bigger than what's your thing. We're actually the same. I mean really open table. exists for the early help the five thirty crowd and after ten o'clock crowd when it's less busy we want people to be able to have access prime time we generally are booking in house which is either through our own network of people And then as we see if the days get closer and bad weather something happens. We'll open it up a bit to the public. Balancing Act about it talking about an average family from Oklahoma Do you want them to experience? This is you guys make mistakes. We don't let him in your restaurant although but I have to. He's part of the student. Yeah that's true because I'm actually learning some stuff here. What makes a dream customer like? I know you have somebody in your head right now. You have to tell me what it is but what makes them like. Our job is to cultivate regulars so so think about it you know if you own our business what is it that you want out of a regular you want cool people fun people to hang around. They spend well they spend crazy. They don't have to spend a little bit they're amenable. Hey can I get eight o'clock No can you do eight forty five short God at ten thirty to look at Jimbo new table because we can go to the bar number drank. Love you none like it's just amenable it's cool. It's it's part of the family. It's somebody that takes care of the restaurant like we take care of them. It's you know it's a balancing act. Eugene is business came up in New York through like the recession called a voe a when we really started and it shocked us into a new like thought process of customers. And what does that mean? The Hug. Your customer Mentality is really what we've supported since the early because we realize how difficult it is to even get customers let alone the fact that they've chosen us. You know it was sort of to to act like we're doing you. A favor is insane to me. I'm thrilled that anybody has chosen a all the choices to make especially in. Manhattan where in one square block radius of the top chefs chefs in the entire world from the listening. But there's a ton. There's like ten of the best restaurants in the country right across the street or on the bus. So if you've chosen to come to me. I don't care who you are. We looked like you know. I just want to give everybody sort of that hugging feeling that you're welcome here and create that experience to make sure that they come back and guarantee that they come back. Everybody's always talking about the celebrity in the restaurant of the Super Athlete. It it really. Is that one percent and if you're in a one percent business out of business for the most part. I needed ninety. Everybody talks about the celebrities. But when you think about it but it's interesting they might be to ask if we do three hundred dinners in either three hundred fifty dollars a night. You're talking about two people right. It's it's it's it's what everybody pays attention to but to have many restaurants beneficial and no and then look a lot of regulars. They only beneficial for the customers. Right like it's good for me. Sure because the customers are having a good experience but back in the day when we had VIP rooms which were behind the rope and a curtain. And like Madonna. And Sean Penn or sitting there. And that's it. What does that done for me? Exactly what Madonna and Sean Hannity restaurant you. No one saw me and we go through the day and age as well. They're probably not promoting it but never we wouldn't right about that. We wouldn't do anything so at some point. Really what if they're gonNA come great but if the ninety percent don't see it and talk about at the water cooler the next day? It's a zero value to me right and that top one percent crowd that follows that opening world which is referred to as the locusts. You know they come in. They fled your restaurant for the first six months of opening the hot new spot. They eat they drink invite their friends and they give you this false perception of their your crowd and then you're not the new pretty thing on the block anymore and those locusts are gone and they moved on to the next new thing. I'm left with what and now I've seen that happen. Many many times and other restaurants who give attitude like Unan had the best crowd in the world get away from Joe Schmo. Meanwhile Joe schmos coming back so they aren't you take care of the regular so you need to take care of everybody like I always look for like if there's people in the front of the line great and I see you but we need to go look three deep and make sure that those people are also included. Because they're the ones who will support you forever. Now you know why we get along because we have totally break that up we. We're totally but we do. We have totally different businesses..
"melrose" Discussed on Ripper Magoos with Bob Menery
"Have to be? One in the morning on Tuesday is more likely to let them it. Can we write in? I WANNA start off real quick because I wanted to get your background show crag you kind of have this underdog story right because you were at Dan. Tana's prior working. They're younger yeah. I mean like it's it's a typical Hollywood story right actor going to college working your way through restaurants and I like to tell people that I I failed upwards. You know and as the acting career stopped and started. I just kept doing things in the restaurant. Business waiter bartender captain maitre d' GM and it just kind of like led to the idea that the next logical step was owning my own place. I tried to buy Dan. Tana's that didn't work out and we opened up our own place. It's over nine years ago. You probably pissed about the Dan Tana's situation and realizes that everything is meant to be. That was a very emotional situation. But as you said like the universe takes care of it and then there's there's bigger plants that sometimes we don't know about so how come you couldn't buy workout it? Kinda dead at I think at the last minute he decided to do something else. And that was hurtful after twenty two years and it kind of happened at the exact same time that my dad passed away so it was kind of a one two punch it was really emotional and direction by life was going to take a drastically changed and then all of a sudden. Everybody said you know what you're doing you know how to do it. You might as well just go do for yourself. And that's what happened. Feels like the greatest backers of all time which is a testament to who is and I respect can a lot. Because I've I know his story. Some of his investors are also my investors but watching someone go from where he was as the man the face of someone else's restaurant and then to go and do it on your own and crush it. The way did is not easy at all and a lot of people. Try to do that. And don't do nearly as well so it's you know public sport right because everybody loves to celebrate the win and crushed loss and so it was a very public situation but I think one of the reasons I worked so hard is because of those people and if they respected me enough to go ahead and back me I better give it. Also who are some of your? I keep hearing backers back as March and say what are some of your back as you say to your bags were now well. I mean one of our mutual ones Mike Baldwin from discovery land. You know well with CASA meals mark. You have I think tons of restaurants right. You have your own group though we do now. It's called catch. Hospitality Group consists of three restaurants in New York. Catch the original which is where it started. in meatpacking district. We recently opened catch steak. Which is our newest brand which was going to start coming out to the West Coast at some point? We have a little engine that could I call it? Which is Lexington branches smaller kind of bribery? Three meal period midtown. And that's also been open for about nine and a half years and then out here catch of West Hollywood. Which is on Mel Rosen? We did Catch at Aria Las Vegas recently about a year and a half ago and What's the most successful one of them? Well New York is If you measure success in just sales than catch New York City is the is the beast of all. It's larger though says a club on the rooftop so if I was going to go apples to apples they all pretty much do the same in terms of check our average in volume but la in Vegas are very similar In terms of just sales success. But you know when if you if you're measuring in like hype and what it did for the brand. I actually put catch. La In the first place. Because you know we spent our entire lives in New York City. A decade plus grinding it out different venues different brands start in the nightclub. Business evolved over to more of the restaurant focus but we never got a vegas. He'll come from New York and we open catch. La We you know really. Don't think that the brand resurrection would have happened without an LA Opening which really kind of just elevated the brand for and then when you look at like instagram or the things of of of of the social media world that helped promote your brand which I was a I was like my job is dig the biggest rock and find slamming his as they can into a lake and get those rings to go as far outside of my network as possible because when we started it was like everybody I knew was in that restaurant. My most accessible day was on Monday when I didn't know anybody and it was packed right so like Thursday. Friday Saturday was easy. Sunday through Wednesday was almost impossible That comes from brand identity growth. People reviewing all different ways telling their friends so now you know like instagram. Send us a thing we're like we're the most Tag Geo tagged restaurant in the country. Catch Elliot's criticism. Craig's is not only because probably volume and also different sort of crowd gets riled up celebrities and the exclusive. But you know you can only do so much volume in what is it. A hundred and eight hundred ninety five seats. Are you looking to expand? We've done the Craig's Vegan ice cream as a product rather than other locations. But I'm not opposed to it. I just kind of I really liked the idea of being one and special and unique. But I'm going to give mark a compliment and I know you hate this A lot of a lot of New York brands come out to La. And it really doesn't translate there's a. New York is a very different city l. as a completely different animal and so for somebody to come out from New York and make the transition to actually be successful is is a big deal because a lot have come out and not work. We are playing a drinking game. If you're listening at home to every time Craig's vegans mention to drink. You have to take whatever you're drinking you'll be hammered after thirty minutes Kirk Zeki catch steak place in Safar. Amazing it's translating really well. You know there was a couple of concerns which is the proximity from catch seafood. To catch steak is only two blocks. And it's pretty much the same avenue and Ninth Avenue and catch stake a full city block long two stories so you can imagine from Seventeenth Street. All the way down to sixteenth street stories. Five hundred seats events base. All that and our big concern was cannibalizing ourselves right. It's like similar clientele. They love cats. God forbid they came to the new. You know pretty restaurant and then they say oh well. That one's old and we're GONNA run but New York is a very special place. Tau is below us a catch steak. And they took the the whole block also in the basement and when they opened they were really gunning for our clientele became from midtown. Opened up two blocks from us and it's again similar ownership kind mentality and promotional and fun Raw Restaurant. Style and ourselves have gone up since they've opened because to Craig's point. Business breeds business especially in our world where it's like five star pioneering neighborhoods far away. It's it's splitting the baby while if everybody's in sort of a district or West Hollywood is known as a place for great dining nightlife residents all that kind of stuff certain demographic we last longer and we're doing more work for ourselves to help each other than we are to prevent people from coming through they can go to my place for a drink and then go to present our other way around and it's just like it just becomes a walking center and that's what you want which to your credit because I've been here for twenty one years the location you picked Craig's or you took that Melrose area was desolate. People begged me not over there. It was three places nothing could stick. And now now where was his restaurant row? How obvious it is after the fact that go. That's my biggest estimate Craig's. You didn't only make the restaurant succeed. You turned the whole block around looked at that all foods of restaurant it never. It never made sense to me. I was people said we don't open their donut like it's Robertson and Melrose. It's the most popular corner in. La How can it not work? It just was the wrong konceptor or not being run the right way district ten years ago. Yes we were on little West Twelfth Street with decay and ten June. And that's one little block that no one's ever heard of and it was so quiet down there and my partner. Eugene. I would sit and joke like we can literally have a picnic on Ninth Avenue and never have to move really. That's how few cars no walking traffic. It was passed these us. And like I like a fluorescent. Like it was like a real meat packing Albany left at like three thirty or four o'clock after dude. Why would you wanNA open up a restaurant there right right but it worked out? Paparazzi is a big thing as I see Paparazzi outside Craig's. All the time Craig's volleys. You once in a while. There's a couple of Paparazzi outside of catch so craig. Celebrities seems in my head. They don't like Paparazzi but seems like at but actually which is probably like because at the end of the day. I think I can harness. If they know it's there no no of who've coming out then it may? Yes so so look the Bob Ross. It's good for everybody's but it actually makes our business more difficult because a lot of people are looking to calm and relax and have a good time. And they don't want that if they're selling something great they're looking to kind of promote Craig's Vegan Paparazzi. Drink by the way we're going to do ripper. Mugu Promo code the website. Fifteen hundred we're going to have to discuss the logistics but we we are. That's three times yard drinking at home folks three times for the for their certain celebrities. Because if anybody doesn't know or hasn't been crags right out front you'll have. Tmz parked out there pretty much around the clock. And do you have something to do that you? You don't have anything new that they just go because they know the hot spot. There's there's no connection and and the thing is I can't get caught communicating with them and I don't want to betray that trust and loyalty that people that have made the place the place so there's zero you're going to at the end of this lockout involved now they're not so invasive with TMZ being they're the same guys that now they have a business where they have relationships with people so they're less aggressive because they're not strangers. They're actually becoming frenemies with everybody. I think it's a double edged sword. I think it's great because it. It adds the excitement of that. L. A. Do you have guys that come in high end celebrities that want to come into the back every time. Yes Bob and to walk in. I'm like calling them. I'm like hey I'm coming though. We're not taking any pictures. Tommy.
"melrose" Discussed on Ripper Magoos with Bob Menery
"To an early lead. Is Craig in this battle for Melrose here? Mark Bird Bob's. Show it up a little bit fashionably late mark as he said Premadonna. The directions weren't so easy though literally. I think you had to pull into like a seventy six gas station to get here. Yeah I thought we were doing like deal guests later temple anyways chew to fill restaurants undoubtedly La and they happen to be walking distance right. They are Greg's in all the time. Drags cat and To different restaurants mark. Yours is more seafood. Mine is more seafood focused hence the name catch catch got it catches put two together and Craig your. Let's first time here. Craig between our innovation. It's like Craig Craig's game of catch catcher fish and you're more Italian. Yeah Upscale Comfort Food Upscale Comfort Foods. So basically you're funny guys to throughout the day with the best chicken farm in the city all right already getting along you know as we get along okay actually. I know that was the problem when I asked you guys. I was like crag separately. Be The podcast. I'm like fuck it. Let's have both superpowers. Come in here and turn this into like Talladega nights rivalry here you know. We actually wrote a letter for them to get open. Oh Wow that is really hospitality and that is by the way before we even really knew each other at all. You Know Craig offers at. I'd love to have you in the neighborhood. Let me do whatever I can read a nice business owner to community boards. Are you kidding yourself now? Criminal Look I think at more business in the neighborhood the better off everybody right so you guys have. Just you know little little game here. I've catching Craig's so later in this episode just you understand. I'll ask you series of questions and I just want you to hold up which one fits the question. So I'll ask you for instance like who has were instagram models in their restaurant and you guys will hold up on the side. Where would you rather than we.
"melrose" Discussed on Ripper Magoos with Bob Menery
"Aren't we did it? Nascar we race David Star finished in twenty first place. Everything's that's bad guys are first race baby steps okay. Let's not get ahead of ourselves. Anyways we took a chance on the older driver. He's the fucking manny straight out of the movie. Talladega nights he's just like I can't explain David Star. The most positive energetic guy on planet earth. I get absolutely hooked on NASCAR. I think we're going to be entering that sport Because it's just so much fun if you haven't been a NASCAR race before I off wear fuck and headphones or something. It's so loud. I had massive panic attack the whole time because of the fucking noise but all in all it was one of the best experiences of my life. Matt Jennings was the guy who put together Tim Clark at Nascar help us out. As Well David Star. It was fucking a lot of fun. So we're looking at. Hopefully maybe entering the Phoenix race next weekend. If not down the road will definitely have river. Magoo mobile fucking front and center probably not going to win because it costs a lot of money to win those things but At least we can have some fun with it and bring kind of light hearted theme. I guess to To NASCAR so Yeah so we have Craig Susser in here today. And we have Mark Birnbaum owner of catch shown of Craig's the battle of Melrose to the best restaurants. I'd say in Los Angeles. My favorite to two different types of restaurants. But still we're GONNA hopefully make these guys go to war and at the end of the day figure out who is who and they're going to be competing for a spot on the race car. That's ongoing theme is fucking race car. So yeah that's IT CRAG and mark here it is exciting. Let us begin. GotTa be kidding me. That guy socks. Tokyo Jiji Dallas. Save Baiter all right so here. We go apple show. Twenty-three very interesting episode. Very interesting episode. Here starting late by the way starting late yes I you know I have to say off.
Kobe Bryant Merchandise Increases In Value But Not Everyone Is Cashing In
"Just may not be the most important aspect of the death of basketball star. Kobe Bryant but after the helicopter crash that killed him some sports fans are buying or selling Kobe Bryant Memorabilia. They face a choice. Try to profit from tragedy or try to honor his memory for member station K.. PCC in Los Angeles Austin Cross reports just minutes after news of his death. Kobe Bryant related merchandise started moving fast especially the sneaker pretty much the the same day that he passed everything that we had available was just gone. Candice Grey Works at Shoe Palace on Melrose Avenue in mid city Los Angeles that the following morning we got hit. Very hard with a lot of people will Hoping to be able to grab whatever they could as far as remembrance but while some shoppers were in it for the sentiment others were just looking to make a quick buck by flipping the shoes online on one website. Shoes made famous by Bryant began selling for well over double what they were just hours hours before. Not Uncommon says robbed at the Wharton School. Well when a celebrity dies there are certainly a lot of human sentiment involved nettle spike demand. Demand in the market isn't necessarily ready for that leading to higher prices on a range of items. But did you see says the spike is just that prices level out over time that means dealers and fans must choose whether to sell now or hold on. Kobe's were here put away scattered everywhere at secondhand sneaker shop cool kicks also in mid city co owners deal Shannon based on artists chose to hold onto them. The store stocks several models released over Brian's career but man it's after news of his death the to pull them from the shelves. We felt like all the resellers Sakaria Sakari store and take all of the items. Try to make money off of his name and we were opposed to that. Everyone wants to come in either looking for an item or they want to sell the item they have you know the profit because you know they see a market gets going increasingly crazy right now to over one hundred pairs now. Sit in a bathroom kind of has this almost like a church like feel in a way because it's like these are the last of the last is that yeah as I look because while we're doing this interview I'm just looking around at the difficulties because you remember the games. He played in wider release. You know it's hard to deal with. You know not having this. The the shoe released known why that person because Kobe. Bryant's Gone Ryan's fan base. In China and Europe made him an international figure translates to a world of collectors and fans hoping to get their hands on a dwindling number of relics. Now now priced out of reach for the average sneaker had for instance. GM says pointing to a pair of Kobe ones. We had a reselling seven hundred fifty dollars and now that I'm looking at it. This shoe who is not even an existing. You find this on line. The closest shoot in this is is the nine half palm for twelve thousand dollars this is. This is my first time. Actually seeing this champs and artists don't plan to sal anytime soon and they're not the only ones putting passion over Prophet Candice Gray who we met earlier doesn't just sell Kobe gear gear. She collects it herself number. Eight Jersey Number Twenty Four Jersey. I have the og pros. I have the pros. That just came out and she doesn't plan to sell they are. You're going to go and glass. They were going to be idolized by my children's children. I I don't want to have to worry about not having something that my kids can have tangible manageable to be able to explain the magnitude of who Kobe. Bryant was though prices may sore for fans like gray memories are
Alibaba takes joint venture route to Russia expansion
"Markets. Now Alibaba group is setting up a two billion dollar joint venture with a Kremlin-backed fund, and billionaire Alicia who's minnows internet, holding company mail dot argue to grow his e commerce business in Russia. The daily is one of several coming out to the Eastern Economic forum taking place in Vladivostok today. This is President Putin meets with his Chinese counterpart Xi Jinping for more. Let's go live to Moscow where Bloomberg's bureau chief, Tori. Cock is standing by a very good to have you with us then Tory. So let's just briefly cover off these deal Alibaba group setting up there said JV, we that mail dot are you what are they hoping to get out of this? What what's in it for everybody? Yeah. Well, you know, it's a big market. Alibaba's alley express group is already pretty popular here. Male groups also looking to expand it centers. So they're teaming up Melrose already has a platform for offering Chinese. That'll be rolled into the venture. They're looking to stave off competition from other platforms. This is a big market penetration. Isn't that the and so they're going to work together? Russian group will help control here. So we'll see how that plays out. My Kevin's Alabama president was talking about how this is a new format as well. They're counting the marriage of social media and internet commerce mail ru runs to Russia's most popular social media sites. The country's version of Facebook. We'll see how they're gonna marry this too component Santa or expand throughout the country. Tori, talk to me about mail ru for a second because you say penetration isn't very deep there. But I remember hearing that so many Russians rely on this service to communicate with each other. The case for some meat is extremely popular here. People use all over the place me mobile is quite deeper in terms online retail sales. There's still a lot of room from Carla. Onto the other things that are taking place in Vladivostok, president Senate meeting with his Chinese counterpart, Xi Jinping, a big show of military and economic strength combined between the two what's he been nearly newsflow from this assigned from the Alabama deal while we're expecting Putin and choosing to be meeting very soon. They've had a lot of talk about Russia may here to the East Asia. The US and Europe increased. But now, you know, the two of them are meeting today on a backdrop of. Discussions in long time with turning punitive tariffs and US congress considering. Really harsh sanctions against Russia's. Biggest banks and their sovereign debt. How we have these two leaders definitely making a show of closer economic cooperation as you mentioned military. Russia's starting biggest military exercises. Nineteen eighty one. Chinese aren't going to be cooperating with them on these military exercises. They'll be lasting this week. The really. Showing trying to show the world that there's growing cooperation between what the Kremlin has called to allies. All right. It's really fascinating developing story, especially in the midst of president Donald Trump's trade wars trade war. I guess trade wars plural is fine and sanctions
Twentieth Century Fox pulls scene from 'The Predator' after director Shane Black casts his friend, a registered sex offender
"Just hours before the premiere of the movie the predator at the Toronto international film festival. Twentieth Century, Fox made a last minute cut. The studios has removed the scene with actor Stephen wilder street after learning he's a registered sex offender, FOX that it didn't know of the actress history because of legal limitations on running background checks on actors and win. It found out struggles single scene was promptly cut director, Shane black is a longtime friend of three goals and has frequently cast him in his films. And in a statement, he said in part having read this morning's news reports it has become clear to me that I was misled by a friend. I apologize to all of those past and present that I've led down by having Steve around them without giving them a voice in the decision in two thousand ten three-goal pled guilty for attempting to entice a fourteen year old female into a sexual relationship via the internet. He served six months in jail. But also cast the former Melrose place the actor in the two thousand thirteen film iron man three and his two thousand sixteen comedy, the nice guys. The only time says. Fox was awarded to struggles background by actress Olivia Munn who stars in the film and played opposite struggle in his one scene.
Bill aimed at blocking new oil rigs offshore wins key Assembly vote
"Two bills. Aimed at preventing offshore oil drilling off California coast their veteran head of. The governor Brown the bills approved by. Lawmakers yesterday prohibit development of oil facilities in, the three mile area off the coast controlled by the state the facilities in question include pipelines platforms or peers critical to transporting, undersea oil to shore under the Trump. Administration's plan drilling rights would be sold to. The highest bidder in over ninety percent of shore waters, including six leases off California's
"melrose" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified
"That's not it and the no no no what is it and then you like i'm a comedian like i don't watch comedy on travel team i don't watch that like i don't know man i don't know where you know but we definitely didn't grow up together and that's the thing i did that to a young lady who is at joan's on third on melrose back when it was on beverly melrose the reason they had third that would be called jones on third place to put tones on third on third yeah you're right i think it was all melrose but how ironic would've been third melrose by the way there's a jones on there's nobody does on third third i am i'm with my buddy gray and we're and i and i my buddy quite work there so we very comfortable there and some walking by and i see this really cute girl writing in her diary and i don't know why i did this and i have by the way i can give you a hundred stories they never go what writing and she was like excuse me i was like hey what's up and she was like i didn't know you here and she was like i am here and i was like i saw you in your diary it's burt and she was like i don't know you and i went numbers are you do she's like i don't i'm writing about private stuff right now and i was like okay and so i sit down with my buddy koi i was like what's her name and he's like reese witherspoon and i was like oh my god like are you fucking kidding me i just did that to reese witherspoon i have it so many of those and then of course and then of course you gotta fix it you gotta go over and be like by the way i'm big fan like i can i can read your diarrhea writing about right win her ryan phillippe a are breaking up and i'm sure she's like i'm going through some shit i'm journaling and here's this fucking guy was right about reading diary she's like i was.