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"mixed museum" Discussed on NEWS 88.7

NEWS 88.7

05:41 min | 8 months ago

"mixed museum" Discussed on NEWS 88.7

"Naomi, Osaka or any other pro athlete have an obligation to talk to the press also, how journalists in India have stepped up during the pandemic. The lattice visit really hip new foods, so it's become very difficult for journalists to ignore. You know what's happening? Plus, will museums make it through the pandemic and its aftermath? The prognosis is mixed. Museums have this air of permanence about them. They aren't invulnerable, and they need the public support. And Margaret Atwood reads us her poem on cicadas, Sex first this summer. We get the news. Live from NPR News. I'm Jack Spear President Biden today marking the 1/100 anniversary of the attack on what at the time was known as Black Wall Street in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Speaking to surviving family members of those killed by white mob and meeting with some of them. The president called it a dark day in history for the U. S for much too long. History of what took place here was told in silence. Cloaked in darkness. Just because history is silent. It doesn't mean that it did not take place. Well, darkness can hide much. They're racist. Nothing fine is the first U. S president to participate in the remembrance of the attack on the thriving black community was took place May 31st and June 1st 1921 White Tolson's burned the city's Greenwood district. Officially, the death toll was listed his three dozen though historians believe hundreds may have died. Florida Governor Don't Rhonda's Santa's assigned to build effectively banning the transgender women from high school and college sports teams that align with their gender identity for member station W. M. F E Daniel Pryor reports a person's eligibility to participate in women's and girls sports will now be determined by the sex assigned on the birth certificate generated Quote at or near birth of quality. Florida's Nadine Smith says the LGBT Q community is outraged by the passage of what she calls an anti trans law on the first day of Pride month, We will celebrate cry And we will still celebrate it with a renewed commitment to its origin, the willingness to stand up and to push back and to defend our lives. Smith says Florida has twice led the nation and physical attacks against transgender people, and that the new law will on Lei increase the violence they face. For NPR News. I'm Daniel Pryor in Orlando afternoon. Usually short meeting the OPEC oil cartel is decided to stay the course, gradually increasing the world's oil supply just as previously planned. The group of Oil Exporting Nations seemed unconcerned by growing calls from world governments to transition away from oil. Here's NPR's Camilla Domino Ski OPEC meetings can be marathons lasting hours, if not days, but this meeting was less than half an hour. One thing they definitely did not spend much time talking about was a recent report from the International Energy Agency that says if the World act aggressively on climate change, no new oil investments will be necessary. Saudi Energy Minister Prince Abdullah sees bin Salman dismisses that is unrealistic. That's united with the secret of leather London movie. Why should they take it seriously. OPEC expects global oil demand to rise this year, although with the ongoing pandemic and uncertainty around future production from Iran, it's not clear what the cartel will choose to do this fall. Camilla Domino Ski NPR News on Wall Street, The Dow was up 45 points. The NASDAQ fell 12 points today. You're listening to NPR live from news 88 7 in Houston on Gail DeLaughter. A former Houston police officer is now pleaded guilty in connection with the deadly Harding Street drug raid. Stephen Bryant was accused of falsifying records. News 88 Sevens man, Harold says Bryant is the first officer charged in the case to plead guilty. Bryant was arrested by federal agents two years ago and charged with obstructing justice alongside Gerald Goins, who led the raid. Authorities say both Bryant and Goings falsely claimed to have purchased drugs from the home of Dennis Tuttle and Regina Nicholas. Officers used that false claim to execute a no knock search warrant which resulted in a shootout that left the couple and their dog dead. The incident also wounded five officers. Bryant will remain free on bond prior to his sentencing date, which will occur in late August. I'm Matt Heron in Houston. Some local political experts say they're not surprised the governor is calling for a special legislative session. Random, rotting houses. A political science professor at the University of Houston. He says Republicans were ambitious with a number of bills they drafted this year. That included a controversial voting bill that didn't make it to the governor's desk to put this on the agenda, plus redistricting, plus potentially the bill that would ban transgender athletes from sports. There's a lot that Republicans didn't get that they like to get, but the bigger the agenda don't less likely everything passes, so everything is still kind of up in the air right now. New numbers show industrial activity in Texas expanded in May, but it was still slower than the month before. Experts say. Some employers are also having a hard time finding workers here in Texas. There's baseball at Minute Maid Park tonight is Astros host of Boston Red Sox for his pitches just after seven and for more on the coronavirus in greater Houston, You can go to our website, Houston public Media Don orc. A 40% chance of rain this evening Low should be around 73 right now. It's 85 on the U. H campus unveiled Water News,.

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"mixed museum" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

03:54 min | 8 months ago

"mixed museum" Discussed on KCRW

"We'd have an obligation to talk to the press also how journalists in India have stepped up during the pandemic. The virus has really hit newsrooms, so it's become very difficult for journalists to ignore. You know what's happening? Plus will museums make it through the pandemic and its aftermath? The prognosis is mixed. Museums have this air of permanence about them. They aren't invulnerable, and they need the public support. And Margaret Atwood reads us. Her poem on Cicadas. Sex first. Live from NPR news. I'm Jack Spear. President Biden today marking the 1/100 anniversary of the attack on one of the time was known as Black Wall Street in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Speaking to surviving family members of those killed by white mob and being with some of them, the president called it a dark day in history for the U. S for much too long. History of what took place here was told in silence. Cloaked in darkness. Just because history is silent. It doesn't mean that it did not take place. Well, darkness can hide much. They're racist. Nothing. Mine is the first U. S president to participate in the remembrance of the attack on the thriving black community was took place May 31st and June 1st 1921 White Tolson's burned the city's Greenwood district. Officially, the death toll was listed. His three dozen the historians believe hundreds may have died. For the governor. Don't Rhonda Santa's assigned to build effectively banning the transgender women from high school and college sports teams and align with their gender identity for member station W. M. F E Daniel Pryor reports a person's eligibility to participate in women's and girls sports will now be determined by the sex assigned on the birth certificate generated Quote at or near birth of quality. Florida's Nadine Smith says the LGBT Q community is outraged by the passage of what she calls an anti trans law on the first day of Pride month, We will celebrate cry And we will still celebrate it with a renewed commitment to its origin, the willingness to stand up and to push back and to defend our lives. Smith says Florida has twice led the nation and physical attacks against transgender people, and that the new law will on Lei increase the violence they face. For NPR News. I'm Daniel Pryor in Orlando afternoon. Usually short meeting the OPEC oil cartel is decided to stay the course, gradually increasing the world's oil supply just as previously planned. The group of Oil Exporting Nations seemed unconcerned by growing calls from world governments to transition away from oil. Here's NPR's Camilla Domino Ski OPEC meetings can be marathons lasting hours, if not days, but this meeting was less than half an hour. One thing they definitely did not spend much time talking about was a recent report from the International Energy Agency that says if the World act aggressively on climate change, no new oil investments will be necessary. Saudi Energy Minister Prince Abdullah sees bin Salman dismisses that is unrealistic. That scenario is a secret of LA LA land movie. Why should they take it seriously. OPEC expects global oil demand to rise this year, although with the ongoing pandemic and uncertainty around future production from Iran, it's not clear what the cartel will choose to do this fall. Melodrama. Noski NPR News on Wall Street, The Dow was up 45 points. The NASDAQ fell 12 points today. You're listening to NPR Man, This is KCRW on Larry Perella. Here's what's happening at 404. Firefighter has been shot and killed in a captain has been hospitalized after an off duty firefighters shot up in L. A county fire department station in Agra, Dulcie today, Chief Darryl Osby said. What happened is unthinkable. But yet it's a fire chief. I never thought That When our firefighters face danger. That they would face that danger..

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"mixed museum" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

90.3 KAZU

04:51 min | 8 months ago

"mixed museum" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"Used rooms, so it's become very disciplined for journalists to ignore. You know what's happening? Plus we'll museums make it through the pandemic and its aftermath. The prognosis is mixed. Museums have this air of permanence about them. They aren't invulnerable, and they need the public support. And Margaret Atwood reads us. Her poem on Cicadas. Sex. First this summary of the news. Live from NPR News. I'm Jack Spear President Biden today marking the 1/100 anniversary of the attack on what at the time was known as Black Wall Street in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Speaking to surviving family members of those killed by white mob and being with some of them, the president called it a dark day in history for the U. S for much too long. History of what took place here was told in silence. Cloaked in darkness. Just because history is silent. It doesn't mean that it did not take place. Well, darkness can hide much. They're racist. Nothing by news. The first U. S president to participate in the remembrance of the attack on the thriving black community was took place May 31st and June 1st 1921 White Tolson's burned the city's Greenwood district. Officially, the death toll was listed. His three dozen the historians believe hundreds may have died. Florida Governor Don't Rhonda's Santa's assigned to build effectively banning the transgender women from high school and college sports teams and align with their gender identity for member station. W. M. F E Daniel Pryor reports a person's eligibility to participate in women's and girls sports will now be determined by the sex assigned on the birth certificate generated Quote at or near berth, a quality Florida's Nadine Smith says the LGBT Q community is outraged by the passage of what she calls an anti trans law on the first day of Pride Month, We will celebrate cry And we will still celebrated with a renewed commitment to its origin, the willingness to stand up and to push back and to defend our lives. Smith says Florida has twice led the nation and physical attacks against transgender people, and that the new law will on Lei increase the violence they face. For NPR News. I'm Daniel Pryor in Orlando afternoon. Usually short meeting the OPEC oil cartel is decided to stay the course, gradually increasing the world's oil supply just as previously planned. The group of Oil Exporting Nations seemed unconcerned by growing calls from world governments to transition away from oil. Here's NPR's Camilla Domino Ski OPEC meetings can be marathons lasting hours, if not days, but this meeting was less than half an hour. One thing they definitely did not spend much time talking about was a recent report from the International Energy Agency that says if the World act aggressively on climate change, no new oil investments will be necessary. Saudi Energy Minister Prince Abdullah sees bin Salman dismisses that is unrealistic. That scenario is a secret of Lal, a long movie. Why should they take it seriously. OPEC expects global oil demand to rise this year, although with the ongoing pandemic and uncertainty around future production from Iran, it's not clear what the cartel will choose to do this fall. Melodrama. Noski NPR News on Wall Street, The Dow was up 45 points. The NASDAQ fell 12 points today. You're listening to NPR. With K A Z. You News? I'm Erica Mahoney. The farmer's market in downtown Monterey is back after a 15 month closure because of the pandemic. It's the longest running farmers market in Monterey County as K Easy USE. Doug McKnight reports. The market like an old friend just picked up where it left off. Tuesday evening event has always been a much community block parties. Farmers market You can buy locally grown produce, but you can also get sunflowers. We've got Lily's culinary lavender that you can cook with. And made Mexican jewelry accessories. So dog shampoo, people shampoo covert vaccine. Wait, What? We've got a pop up clinic. You can get the Jensen or Madonna vaccine here today. That's moderate Fire Chief scout in Pan Holzer, including community vaccinations just seemed like the right thing to do. According to Rick Johnson, he's the executive director of the Moderate Business Association, the organization behind the Farmer's market. We try to do those kinds of things in the market sometimes is bringing a youth group down to sing. It's different things, Johnson says. The market is the largest weekly gathering in Monterey County, attracting up to 10,000 people on some days, But it's a scaled down version. Now. Just two city blocks. Long masks are mandatory, so no food vendors. Still, it was the time to say hello to old friends. We've all shared a rough year. You.

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"mixed museum" Discussed on The Plastic Podcasts

The Plastic Podcasts

03:56 min | 9 months ago

"mixed museum" Discussed on The Plastic Podcasts

"Know. I never really had any different than when people bring it up okay. I'm not that affected by. I don't know why. I think i might be clueless. My mother used to call me a drip. When i was growing up. And i think it's because i spent a lot of time reading my issues. Choose to say polling. Get your head out in the book. That's not going to put bread on the table. And i think it was because i wish kind of a dreamy child and so maybe that was it. I was not very aware so part of that work for me. i think. Psychologically yet you'll you'll. You'll stories like i was saying. Introduction is part of two exhibitions with with with the mix museum the a mri one and also the brown babies one. So how you feel when. I if you talk about the way that other people few and so forth. How do you feel about that happening. You don't just sit in people. I don't know if people feel the need to to differentiate and are surprised. I had assist. And i mentioned her in the in the book. A sister who. She's passed away now. Pasta way quite young in her forties. She was quite crew to me. Very psychologically emotionally cool and there was just something about her. I didn't know i was she picked on me. Obviously i was like a lightning rod and after i left to go to the state. She turned to venom on our youngest. So that's when. I realized it wasn't all about me. It was about her and so when people say things to me will bring to my attention. That i look different on. I look at them. You know what is it. That's going on with them. That there's this need to put me in a box or i remember reading an article. Meghan markle was interviewed before she. And harry got together and she was saying that when she was a child she had to fill out a survey or something and then there was the box where you had to tick. What race you all. She was concerned about that because she had black mother and white father and she brought that up to her father which is ironic now considering their strange but he said make your own. Bonk's draw your own box. Which i thought was a wonderful thing that you know. You don't have to be in the box someone decides for you. And that's that's how i feel. You're listening to the plastic podcasts. Hashtag we all come from somewhere else. Follow us on twitter instagram or facebook. It's one thing to talk about your family's past. Yes another to write about it and have it published in a book. As pauline evans did with fudge. I wonder what the reactions were from the rest of the clan. Starting with her brother. Kevin we we. We laugh about a lot of it. We'll talk about it. We're reminisce about it. He has a very strong connection. I think with our because both his parents were irish and in fact went on facebook this morning just to say because he usually post something and he's got the irish flag flying outside his house. Yeah he in fact. They used to call him patty when he was growing so he has a very strong irish connection and he goes to art and fight frequently back when we were there in two thousand eighteen We met with kevin and his wife had a I know.

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"mixed museum" Discussed on The Plastic Podcasts

The Plastic Podcasts

03:52 min | 9 months ago

"mixed museum" Discussed on The Plastic Podcasts

"I'm danny and you're listening to the plastic podcasts tales of the irish diaspora now. We've crossed the irish sea on a number of occasions here on the plastic podcasts. But this is the first time we've crossed the atlantic and not just the ocean but the whole united states itself to talk to our guest. Today paulie nevins born in wellingborough at now resident of california. Pauline is the author of fudge a memoir. Which is subtitled the downs and ups of a biracial. Hof irish british war baby which is a much more succinct description of her life story than i could ever manage myself. It's a fascinating read. A vivid evocation of a world both familiar and alien and has led to her story being featured in two exhibitions by the mixed museum. Warm with the association of mixed race irish and the other focusing on the so-called brown babies of world war two when we talk. It's evening me and morning for her. But it some patrick's day for the pair of us so naturally the first question i ask is how you doing. I'm doing fine and top. Aren't the bottom of the afternoon to you. Our listeners can't see but you are resplendent in green at the moment. Sim plus my eric. Not only my god again. Which would because sweater over here at my house and my errands whereabouts in california are you. I'm in what they call the foothills. Which is if you know Sacramento at all of a lot of people don't even though.

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"mixed museum" Discussed on DUH:A Bangladeshi Podcast

DUH:A Bangladeshi Podcast

03:06 min | 9 months ago

"mixed museum" Discussed on DUH:A Bangladeshi Podcast

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"mixed museum" Discussed on The Plastic Podcasts

The Plastic Podcasts

05:51 min | 1 year ago

"mixed museum" Discussed on The Plastic Podcasts

"How you doing. I'm doug danny and you're listening to the plastic podcasts tales of the irish diaspora now in its third series third series. Who believed it. Not me for a kickoff. My guest today is poet and perform a service andy. Obi a third generation member of the diaspora with a grandmother from wicklow and a nigerian father. She is the freelance cultural director of the national. Black arts alliance. A one woman show. The story of him is attributed to liverpool irish mother and is featured as part of the mixed museums online exhibition of mixed race. Irish here's a sample of andy at work with part of the poem actress. An actress you are fooling. I'm blank asked me that. Though on asks me down the road. I play wasn't written just for me. The script his my heart with bursts of life. I play my part. The stage i play is all the world. gains backdrops painted. Shades of whites is how i'm seen and heard ab- stage i play adversity downstate at humility stage left perform soliloquy stage right here the freedom in minded very sometimes the audience. The i cannot see as backstage. My voice speak distant hauntingly and then net quavering maths the audience praise for the scene nut salons when i chat with andy is the morning after the night before when she'd been awarded the manchester b. m. g. networks lifetime award so we start by talking about that. Can i was reading on. I don't identify with the terminology. But i saw that. I got emails saying you've been nominated a naive about saying about attend. And i thought that things can make Because this is not going to happen because everybody was doing really good work. You know feeding the homeless feeding families who know olmos. Let me sing. Nfo might seem really the best. So in that sense it was completely Own unexpected expected. Yeah.

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"mixed museum" Discussed on Hip-Hop Can Save America

Hip-Hop Can Save America

05:34 min | 1 year ago

"mixed museum" Discussed on Hip-Hop Can Save America

"Corrupted. MP, three however. Wha Love. Listening. A repetitive thing that I say is that the true power hip hop is not at the top. It is and it was because it's what helps branched out across the world. But before but even then I mean before hip hop was big on radio and big on MTV wraps. It was mixed tapes that was carrying hip hop throughout the world. Just, in a mixed mixed museum So it was it's always been that Streets grassroots word of mouth hand to hand stamp from ten at night to two in the morning to tape the only time that radio hip hop become on the radio and the city red alert or Molly Mall make that policy and then rocket for a week like it's always been it's never been the top. That's that's. The culture forward and similarly today when when we talk about people who lament how the mainstream is for whatever whether you'd like the music and not whether you think that it has enough. Messaging in it like you know, go back to public enemy poor registers and everyone was on the radio one in guava, and now they don't have that fine. I understand that argument. But at the same time that work that you talk about those names that are not at the top are still doing the work and that work is just as important and perhaps even more influential. Maybe not as widespread as mainstream, but in pockets. So I talk about that with how social justice can work and how the work we do it newsbeat. Even hip hop theatre it's not all about Hamilton like man. And with you again now, segue long winded segue. When you talk in the beginning about healthy living healthy eating. You've always been a in shape dude. That's always been a part of your. You Know Your Life Style, the way you present yourself it's very annoying by the way. On. The Chisel. Doing. This on. I. Can do that too in how can take my shirt off too but I wanna ask distract from the guest. But It's always been party at thing and respectfully so. Lately you've been again living a Vegan lifestyle changes go a little bit more and that is super influential. I think to other people who are now starting to say especially during pandemic. Like I. Got A. Look, at how living I've gotta eat better sleep more stress all the things. So I think super important the real reason. Again all these other things amazing to spread but tell me more about your. your work in this field. The festival that you were part of and just you as a person as an artist to try to live and feel and last. Man Thank you for that if I could veggie back and kind of rewind to like a prior point. Yes. hip pop culture and how like you know under current really dictates in pushes culture forward like we created yawn is actually like Almost like a great example for life right now. You know like on our day to day we kind of lost sight of our connection. You know what I'm saying as you know, if people who See each other as human beings and not just as like you're in my way to the top. So I can be aligned with the top doesn't care about me right like you have a lot a you have a greater human experience here on. That's one thing I love about hip hop culture is forged ahead all over the world it's an every single language. Our brothers and sisters are all subgroups Black Brown. Yellow Ray.

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"mixed museum" Discussed on Enhancing The Human Experience with Mark Phillips

Enhancing The Human Experience with Mark Phillips

09:35 min | 2 years ago

"mixed museum" Discussed on Enhancing The Human Experience with Mark Phillips

"In a creative kickoff and there's clear problem to solve that's when you start to get the quote cantankerous creatives because they're gonNA start poking holes in it they're going to start saying what if they're gonNA start saying yet but they're gonNa say whoever this brief doesn't know what they're doing and you know what those are oftentimes the creatives I want on the business because what they're doing they're not trying to be jerks they're trying to find a problem this off and if there's not one that's clearly outlined on the brief you can damn well be sure they'll create one and again that's those creatives what on that business and so I think that that's probably the first thing I do is make sure that there is a clear problem solve and if there isn't a I'm going to create one and I'm GonNA create a problem that's in line with strategy but I really think that's the first thing I do before I start thinking about solutions or tactics or anything else is just again really defining what is the problem we're solving and resolving at four and you can spend a lotta time thinking that through and cut slicing and dicing that in many different ways and I think once you have a very clearly defined problem the solutions they come a lot easier because if you you can blue sky it all day long but without without some guardrails went out a clear problems solve your you spending a lotta time possibly great ideas they're not gonna go anywhere so why why spend that energy there let's let's be a little bit more greeny said free verse is like playing tennis without a net right like okay I can knock that ball back and forth all day at Laurel but yeah exactly was the challenge in it you know and guess what it's not just the net there's also out about right so a box that as the excitement of the game right without that moment of that rebounds line you know for watching Wimbledon and we're watching the super slow mo of that ball hitting on the outside of that line is or is it out right we would not have that dramatic moment head in the game in nats again that's what it comes down to that tension we're kind of tension in our strategy we're trying to create tension and our creative execution you know because without tension there's no momentum and what we're really trying to do is create momentum right we're trying to create business change we're trying to create behavior change and learn to create change you need to do that and oftentimes many briefs Strip belt tension upfront so it's very very important the first thing to do is is is rediscovered attention and put it in there that's very go so if I could turn the page now a little bit to the personal side how you keep your own creative fires burning your brain synapses firing I gotta say one reasons I love following your instagram is at one moment you can be a concert or kids museum or at a lie Korea or you know your various travels But where do you go for your your own inspiration to keep things fresh well you just you just nailed a lot of them right I get what I said exactly but you know I think you know music live music in particular you know that great source mixed museums my wife and I both we are just museum junkies got married at the museum here in Columbus yeah that's true to the to the extent that our love of Arts and Culture you know really permeate our relationship and you know as one thing that is I an centering point on on our agency as well you know community progress in in in in advancing the art scene And and Rambus oftentimes and maybe underserved neighborhoods There's a lot of great activities and great initiatives that we've been fortunate enough to be a part of to to be able to do that it's really because we do believe that at Arc's portion is so critical to to forming young minds in in in solving problems in this world that you know increasingly is GonNa rely on creativity you know if you look again at getting a little sidetracked here but if you look again at the you know the future of the work landscape with Ai being into the fold in robotics and the jobs that are going to be at risk the thing that's toughest for ai to duplicate eight is creativity and it's because it's really messy it's a really messy proposition My goal you know Mike Creative teams and when I work as tried harness that messy mess and that creativity in in streamline it and put it on the right path so you can harness that creative chaotic energy toward an end goal but you know what hey I Botox and computers have a difficult time being messy so I I really believe in the future for you know working class in our are problem solvers in the future and our creatives of future I think is very bright and as long as we can achieve you know solve problems through through through creativity so I think the arts programs are really important to do unfortunate that oftentimes arts and music would many of the first things that get cut when there's budget issues and you know I think that it's important to spend energy and and then our time there and understand the benefit both in the long term for the health of our people in our our young people but also economically I I read a study recently and I can't remember where it was I wish I could for your podcast but in talk about the economic impact of the arts and how many billions of dollars the arts brings into the economy of the United States and fantastic article but just really refrains how you look at that when you look at you know from even an urban development perspective you know when there's there's you know moments where there may be some some sketchy areas where retail doesn't WanNa go you are where blurt traveling anymore who goes near the artists go there anyway what do they do they make it cool and what's the artists make it cool and then then the capitalist come in and artists get pushed out and have to go somewhere else call but now they've they've been a spark to that growth and that's just a small example of they hidden value of creativity and the hidden value of creative now I heard a developer talking about following the hipsters Garre wherever they are that's what it's gory I I wanted to drill down on and what you were talking about you know the the arts but the culture The you know in Columbus you know we've been fortunate in this podcast series to talk to well a couple of people for example in Paris and Madrid Etem user cities you think about about history and art and so forth but then also Austin you know obviously has a a amazing music scene Delhi in India you know the colors in this spices in the flavors in that you know you can just hear it feel it but I think about well we live in Boise Idaho for for goodness sake not a arts Mecca but you know the outdoors and the mountains are kind of our inspiration but but I think about it lumbersome what you're saying what what role does that community creativity play in you know raising up the whole creative energy of the city whether you're in the creative field or you know manufacturing or business or anything else when I rap place why didn't I think it plays a huge roll and I think that in Columbus in particular we are really fortunate to have a Ferrari having seen and music scene and a lot of a lot of folks who are helping to support that you know like you you're not going to have a thriving music scene people are going to see shops right and you're going to have a thriving arts scene of people are seeing buying original art and and we're fortunate that we have that happening here we have a lot you know just the energy alot of the city is fantastic there's very young entre unreal spirit permeates Columbus you know a lot of people know Columbus Test Market USA right for many many years products would come here to be S. market because it was something normal right exactly right and I think average in many ways I'm Fr- I'm proud to say that we're losing our grip on the educational institutions here of you can't forget about Ohio state you know being a big anchor here a lot of young folks coming in you know in the win the largest university isn't a world right and and people coming in from all around the world to attend that school and they get unleashed into the workplace here you know they stay they create businesses and they in they inject their culture food wherever they came from and so there's a really fantastic energy that comes with that and then we again we have the arts we have folks who are patrons of the arts we have a client actually the Johnstone The Johnston Fund for New Music is a client of ours who they actually fund the creation of brand new classics you know these great masters to create the music now that we just say well that's what you hear on the classical music station rock wool similar commission that work and and so for for so long we've been hearing the same classical music while the Johnstone.

"mixed museum" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

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"mixed museum" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

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