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Oscar-Winning Actress Olympia Dukakis Dies at 89
"Back to normal, and tributes and flowers overflowing on Olympia Dukakis star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, the Oscar winning actress died on Saturday. In New York. After months of failing health, she was 89 If you recall, she won a best supporting actress Academy Award for her performance in the 1987 film Moonstruck, but also is in Mr Holland's Opus, Steel Magnolias and
"olympia dukakis" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"This is Bloomberg Radio. A Maine senator says the United States should be taking a more aggressive approach to finding out who's behind mysterious microwave attacks targeting American officials. I am absolutely Rage that beast's attacks on our American personnel. There's a mysterious is direct energy weapon that is being used on CNN's state of the Union. Republican Susan Collins says some of the injuries suffered in the attacks become permanent. Collins says she's hopeful the Central Intelligence Agency can get to the bottom of who is directing the attacks. The White House's probing two different incidents, causing symptoms similar to Havana syndrome. Which causes nausea, headaches, loss appearing and brain damage. One attack was in 2019. The other was in November on the South Lawn of the White House. Republican Susan Wright is the projected winner of a hotly contested special election in Texas, right is running to replace her late husband, Congressman Ron Right, who represented Congressional District six in North Texas. And who died in February of covert 19 and cancer complications. Susan Wright reportedly finished first in a 23 person field and will now have to face the close second place Republican State representative Jake LZ in a runoff election. I'm Lisa Taylor. A Texas city votes to become a sanctuary city for the unborn. The measure in love IQ is set to pass with more than 60% of the vote. Proposition instructs the city to enact an ordinance, which outlaws abortion in the city and declares it a sanctuary city. NASA's ingenuity Mars helicopter has a new mission. Having proven powered controlled flight is possible on the Red Planet. The ingenuity experiment will now explore how Ariel scouting and other functions could benefit. Future exploration of Mars and other worlds. I'm Cameron Fairchild. A memorial is built in California to honor Iraq war veterans. Veterans Organization presented the Granite and Bronze Memorial honoring Veterans from Operation Iraqi Freedom and Operation Enduring Freedom. A retired army colonel will receive the Medal of Honor for his service. More than seven decades ago, Ralph Puckett received a call from President Biden, telling him he'll be a recipient of the nation's highest military honor for valor. It will recognize his efforts during the Korean War, which includes leading his soldiers under intense fire despite being wounded, multiple times. The 94 year old has also learned that the Distinguished Service cross and two silver stars during his career. It's unclear when pockets ceremony will be held. I'm at Madison Flowers are being laid upon Olympia Dukakis's star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. Academy Award winning actress died in New York after months of failing health. She was 89 Dukakis won a best supporting actress Academy Award for her performance in the 1987 film Moonstruck. Her other movie appearances include Working Girl, Steel Magnolias, Mr Holland's Opus and The Look Who's Talking Films. Dukakis was the cousin of former Massachusetts governor and 1988 Democrat presidential nominee Michael Dukakis. It was a record setting night for the Indiana Pacers and the Oklahoma City Thunder. Old Stern has more. It was the best of times for the Pacers, a franchise record 152 points, but it was the worst of times for the thunder there. 95 points meant they lost by 57 largest home loss in NBA history. Pacers forward Domantas Sabonis with a triple double in the first half. He finishes with 26 points. 19 rebounds from 14 assists. Bases led by as many as 67 late in the fourth largest lead in the game and 25 seasons. I'm Cameron Fairchild and under the spell a grainy with some of the stories we're tracking for you this hour here in the Bloomberg newsroom Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen talking about President Biden's multi trillion dollar proposals for infrastructure, jobs and families. He has made clear that he believes that permanent increases in spending should be paid for And I, you great yelling on meet the press heard here on Bloomberg Radio. The president is proposing to pay for those plans by raising the corporate tax rate. Secretary. Ellen also says the Fed does have the tools to deal with inflation. If that becomes an issue. After Darren Sutton says their concerns about declining demand for covert shots of the US, especially among young people who may, he says, be at higher risk for long term problems from the virus. A new study shows that one in three people who have milder asymptomatic cases of Copan 19 go on to develop long term symptoms. 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Oscar-Winning Actress Olympia Dukakis Dies at 89
"The movie Steel Magnolias has passed away here. Zain uses Chris Barnes with more An Oscar winning actress with the family tied to a one time political figure has passed away. What do you do it? Housewife. How come you're reading along? I'm not alone. That's Olympia Dukakis In one of her most remembered roles as the New York City Italian mother in 1980 seven's Moonstruck. Here's more of the scene of that dinner with a stranger played by the late John Mahoney. Ask a question. Go ahead. Men chase women. Nerves. I think it's because they fear death. Dukakis also had major movie roles and steel Magnolias, Mr Holland's Opus and many others and over 100 appearances on TV for near Boston, a cousin to Michael Dukakis, who became Massachusetts governor and then failed in the 1988 White House bid. Her family says Olympia Dukakis passed away Saturday morning at her home in New York City. She was 89. For I news. I'm Chris Barnes.
"olympia dukakis" Discussed on WBUR
"In the hospital says the nurses union has publicly praised that plan. The nurses union says it plans to respond to the company's offer on Wednesday. As the state continues to reopen covert 19 data in Massachusetts continues to improve over the last seven days. Deaths are down 12% and hospitalizations are down 11.5%. The average of cases reported daily is down. 16% More graduation ceremonies take place today at Fenway Park. Emerson College is holding separate ceremonies for this year's class and the class of 2020 after the pandemic force last year's cancelation. Students are allowed to have guests in the stands. Bentley University held its commencement at Fenway yesterday. Also our award winning actress Olympia Dukakis is being remembered to caucus was born in Lowell and attended Boston University. She died yesterday at the age of 89. She won the best supporting actress Academy Award in 1988. That same year, the actress introduced her cousin, Massachusetts governor Mike to caucus when he accepted his party's nomination for president at the National Democratic Convention. We all know that many Americans have come to this country with nothing, nothing but hope. Well, today, one of this son stands before you with the opportunity to be president of the United States. Ladies and gentlemen, it is with honor with pride. And with love that I give you Michael S. Dukakis, Olympia Dukakis was part of the acting group that started the Charles Playhouse in Boston. It is 54 degrees in Boston. Increasing sunshine.
Olympia Dukakis, Oscar-Winning ‘Moonstruck’ Actress, Dies at 89
"Winning actress Olympia Dukakis has died at the age of 89. She was born in law and went to Boston University. She also was the cousin of former Massachusetts governor Michael Dukakis when she accepted her Academy Award in 1988 for best supporting actress for the movie Moonstruck. Caucus gave a shout out to her cousin who was running for president that year to my friends and colleagues in New York and the whole theater. Thank you very much. Okay, Michael, let's go. Olympia Dukakis was one of the BU theater graduates who started the Charles Playhouse in Boston in the late 19 fifties.
"olympia dukakis" Discussed on NEWS 88.7
"Mitigate the risk of shark bites. The Nets were deployed it 51 of the state's most popular beaches between September and April each year the protective measures being used in New South Wales Since the 19 thirties, Shark nets have fitted with wail alarms and dolphin pingers to deter marine animals from the netted area. But many Marine experts say it's outdated technology the vast majority of the species that they're catching Not target shocks, The vast majority things like rays, which obviously I'm gonna hurt anybody. My name is Professor Colin Brown and I'm head off the fish. Labatt Macquarie University. I think the government is afraid that if they removed the shark nets and somebody dies, I night be liable or something like that, And we need to look for smarter ways of solving this problem. If indeed it is a problem. I would argue that you know, Yes. One fatality year is sad for the family involved. But does it really take this much resources to solve? That issue cast Blake here counselor in the city of Woolen. Gong believes baited hooks and surveillance would be more efficient ways to protect swimmers and surfers. Little attic here state government has tried a range of different alternatives. Drones being the main one as well as Graham lines and tagging fatal shark attacks in Australia are rare. More people are killed each year by bees and horses. Despite the concerns raised by conservationists and coastal councils, the new South Wales state government has said it had no plans to remove the shark nets. Phil Mercer in Sydney. US actress Olympia Dukakis, who won an Oscar for her role in the 1987 romantic comedy Moonstruck has died. Aged 89. She had a long and distinguished career in theater, both as a performer and as a director. In her fifties, she starred in a serious of hit comedies on screen, including playing shares. Mother in the movie Moonstruck. Johnny Come a really showed up last night. What He's in Sicily. No more. He's not. He's with his dying mother in Sicily. She recovered. She was dying. It was a miracle. A miracle. This is modern times. They're supposed to be miracles no more. I guess it ain't modern times in Sicily. In a tweet sheriff said. Olympia Dukakis was an amazing Academy Award winning actress, she said, even though her part was that of a suffering wife All of the time. She would tell me how much she loved Louis, her handsome, talented husband. I asked our arts arts correspondent Vincent Doubt What Will Olympia Dukakis be best remembered for its very interesting with Olympia Dukakis. But you've got to say she's going to be remembered equally for two things. People always say Moonstruck. She got the Oscar for Moonstruck as best supporting actress. Even though it was almost her first substantial role. She became a sort of star overnight in Moonstruck. She was playing shares mother in a slight parody of an Italian New York mother, but she did it brilliantly. Career really took off when she hit 50. That happens very, very few performance. Then she also slightly after that she was cast actually initially by Channel Four. Television in the UK in tales of the city on that, at its time was rather a controversial theories. That controversy now feels A little bit strange, but she was the central character on a magical in its day tails. The city was incredibly radical, and it got not in the UK, but in the states PBS public Broadcasting got into a lot of trouble. It dealt with some LGBT issues and stuff that we take for granted into. Exactly these. I don't think genuinely are things which would disturb or upset Anybody these days are very, very few people. Indeed on D. He retains that political activism after that, Syriza coincidentally, she is a cousin off Michael Dukakis, who stood for the presidency in 1988 and was beaten by George H. W. Bush. And she kept her political activism all the way through her career. I think there was something in the family there. Don't forget she was born in 1931. So she was growing up before the second World War on there was a lot of prejudice. Where she was going up against Greek Americans, and she said she learned you have to stand up for yourself in life, and that also made her think you need to stand up for other people as well on. Although she wasn't going herself ship became a sort of figurehead for the gay community in the states For many years, Vincent Dowd on Olympia Dukakis, who has died aged 89 bringing to a close the newsroom program here on the BBC World Service with.
"olympia dukakis" Discussed on NEWS 88.7
"Of peace or under any circumstances, because if it is, if it is, if it is lost, it will be lost for all. Not everybody. Abdullah says history and millions of Afghans who are already frustrated by what they see his government ineptitude and run away. Corruption will judge them harshly of unity eludes the powerful leaders in Kabul. This is NPR. Academy Award winning actress Olympia Dukakis has died. Her brother, in a note on Facebook, says his sister died after months of failing health to caucus late blooming actor won an Oscar for the best supporting actor for her role as Rose Castellini in Moonstruck. Academy says to caucus brought warmth, humor and wit to the stage and screen for almost 60 years. She was also in steel magnolias and tales of the city. Among other projects. Olympia Dukakis was 89 years old. A field of 19 horses will run in today's 147th running of the Kentucky Derby, a Churchill Downs, But other than the actual one and a quarter mile race preparations are focused on pandemic safety. Meeting. All Spectators will not be wearing masks and a limited number of people will be allowed to attend. Graham Ambrose of member station W. F. PL has more guests will have their temperatures taken upon entry to Churchill Downs, attendance will be restricted to about 50%. Infield will be even more restricted Derby. Spectators say they feel safe thanks to vaccines and social distancing. Sherry Jackson and her husband, who drove from Richmond, Virginia, for their 19th Derby, say they're fully vaccinated and not worried..
Olympia Dukakis, Oscar-winning 'Moonstruck' star, dies at 89
"I'm Julie Walker Olympia Dukakis Oscar winning actress who played Cher's mother in moonstruck and appeared on Broadway has died at eighty nine according to our agent Dukakis died at her home in New York City her brother Apollo wrote on Facebook after many months of failing health she is finally at peace with Lewis her husband your call has referred to her in nineteen eighty eight best supporting actress win for moonstruck as the year of the Dukakis you've got a lot of blind on your neck he's coming back this morning what's the matter with you L. I. Scott went down hard like that damn thing come up with something it also was the year her cousin Massachusetts governor Michael Dukakis was the democratic party's presidential nominee but the actress you lost your statue as she told A. P. back in two thousand and three somebody broke into the kitchen took the Oscar left that's all they wanted was the Oscar and you never got a bank now but I'll tell you how clever my husband wants has been insured for ten thousand dollars so we got ten thousand dollars when it was stolen and we bought another one for like sixty Bucks I'm Julie Walker
"olympia dukakis" Discussed on KNST AM 790
"Georgia. He really should be going toe McAllen, Texas or Arizona or some of these other places and really getting a handle on what's going on in our country. President Biden this week said his administration has the border crisis under control and the migrant crossings air down concern over the future of Afghanistan after the U. S pulls out its troops. The question is whether the Taliban will start attacking U. S troops. They have refrained from doing that more or less for some 14 months now since the Trump administer Creation announced the U. S would pull out of Afghanistan, but the Taliban's agreement was contingent on the U. S completely pulling out by May one. President Biden changed the deadline for all U. S troops to be out by September. The 11th thanks is Rancho codes. The Taliban reportedly once the US not to help, the Afghan military responded. Taliban attacks May day celebrations in a number of nations there were marches in some countries form or labor protections, especially during the pandemic damaged economies. Thousands took to the streets in France with trade Union banners and flags s Some protesters in Paris and the on scuffled with riot police. But most marches took place peacefully. Actress Olympia Dukakis has died. She was probably best known for her Oscar winning performance in the movie Moonstruck. Your brother wrote on Facebook that Dukakis nights day in New York City. The caucus was also a first cousin to 1988 presidential candidate Michael Dukakis. She was 89. America is listening to Fox.
The Glass I Love and the Glass I Use
"This is digital story podcast number seven, Fifty, eight September Twenty Ninth Two Thousand Twenty today's a theme is the glass I love and the glass I use. I'm Derek Story. No doubt one of the best investments any artists can make. is in quality photography lenses and I do have some beauties. But what's fascinating to me is that I have lenses that I absolutely love and would be very reluctant to let go up and then I have those optics that are used on a daily basis. and. The funny thing is the two aren't always the same. I'll explain why on today's TVs photography podcast. So. Before I get into that glass itself, it's funny when I was writing this podcast made me think of a scene from moonstruck really terrific movie with share and Olivia Caucus Nicholas Cage. Just an outstanding story in great cast the whole deal. So share comes home one night and I think her mom was up in her bedroom. And share went into say good night tour after she had seen Nicholas Cage, she had started seeing him. And her mom you. Ask her what she's been doing and share told her. And her mom Olivia Dukakis Goes D love them and share goes Ma I think I do. And Olympia Dukakis goes I'm so sorry. I'm not exactly sure why I'm thinking of that story while I'm thinking about these lenses that I love and the ones that I like. Other than I think what Olympia Dukakis was saying is that when you love them, you end up having this attachment. That you stick with through thick and thin whereas if you just like them maybe a right thing start to go south and you're okay with partying ways and you know these lenses. I'm going to talk about a kind of fall into these two categories and it was fascinating to me because. I think going through my inventory because I'm not shooting as much right now because for obvious reasons, all my jobs are higher are no more right now I do find myself going back. Into, my inventory and just making sure the cameras are working. You know just checking things just keeping everything ready so that when life comes back I'm ready to go. and. I've discovered Dan I have lenses that I'm using right now. I use them all the time and then I'll come across a lens in the Lens Safe and I go oh, I love this land so much but maybe haven't shot with it for a month two months three months but yet I wouldn't let go of that Lens basically no matter what and maybe the lenses I'm using everyday right now Okay. Go. That's Kinda weird. Isn't it? It's kind of very interesting. You know what I'm GonNa do today is I'm going to talk about five lenses and I'm not gonNa tell you. which category they go into rather the like or left category I'm just gonNA describe the lenses can have you guess along the way and then at the end I'll tell you the answers. Okay. So we're going to have a little fun today to illustrate that point I. WanNa to tell you about one lens from my past that I definitely loved, and that was the Canon e F eighty, five, millimeter f one eight and I bought this lens decades ago I mean back when I was shooting weddings with a else Alon thirty five millimeter film camera, I bought that lands. About three hundred, fifty dollars then which is a fair of change you know when you're just getting started with your career but at the same time, it was more affordable than other lenses this class. And I mean, I just love the short shortely because it was fast F. One point eight it was light. had very quiet focus the ultrasonic motor was just terrific on it was a good looking land. And most importantly, it took great pictures I mean really great pictures. In fact, one of the metal prints that I have hanging in the studio downstairs was captured with that lens on a cannon five D in Washington DC. and. Hanging on the wall downstairs. Then you know you are in rarefied Erica's that's the stuff I have to look at every day. In a better be good. Alright. That'd be good. that. Lands is responsible for that shop. Here's the funny thing as much as I loved that Lens I didn't shoot with it that often. I mean normally I would have zoom on the camera body I in the film days. But then even later on when I got the five d and the five d mark to I'd have something on there like the e F twenty, four to one. Oh, five, a four and. That's what I shot with most of the time. And then every now, and then for some reason, sometimes, I didn't even really know why I would pull out the eighty five f one eight and I go sheet with that or I'm going to put it in my bag today or whatever candidates cradle it carefully and said it in there. And then when I shot with it, it was always just sort of this wonderful experience and I go. Wow that's a kind of an interesting phenomenon how this went with this lens
"olympia dukakis" Discussed on Monday Morning Critic Podcast
"In your drive in love and your your supreme talent. How much of it is kind of. I know how you started. And it's certainly ingrained in you. I mean, how much of it is just the love of what your mother taught you just moving on for that reason. I mean, yes, you love almost one hundred percent, right. Right. So yeah. I mean, that's that's the ultimate inspiration. I would think Austin. Tweeting straightforward. So you've acted for fifty years you've taught for forty years. I mean through just so much. I mean, I heard that the most popular of actors in the most wonderful things of you Meryl Streep Olympia Dukakis just on and on and heart. I did want to ask you. I mean, one of the things that, you know, people say about you, as you know, he flies under the radar. He's just he's the most famous actor. You've you've never heard of. I just don't agree with that stuff. I just feel like people don't know who you are there be ignorant, and they're not paying attention. Like, you've snap establishing yourself as not been an issue for you. Austin? I'm never. I mean that it's come close to. But I've never. Particularly wanted to be sort of afraid of being a star will that ever to happen. Right. I used to run fleeing TV series. And I mean, some of the best work in America in the last fifty years has to be. Shirts. It's out. I'm looking down on it. But I'm just not remotely. I mean, I spy or two it artistically the feeling of being in the spotlight has always for somehow reason, I don't know. I have no idea what that's about. And I'm I'm not saying if only I added drive, I expect school. Sure. So. Rush are. So so strange. The three people. You just mentioned the best actors Erica, absolutely, absolutely. One of the things I wanted to ask you before I transitioned off of theater, you got a chance to direct Liz Taylor, which I don't think many people I'll ever interview moving forward can say I mean, how pretty? Event people ever directed hurt. Although actually, I think it was call directors Giles all over but. She only did two plays. Fox's lives. How's that? How's that? Austin that whole experience of just just the played cell. She was heaven. First of all she never been in a play should never been in a school play should never been a summer camp. Latian been to subject cap. She started acting. She was movie sandwiches like nine and something like that. And she was. But she was very she had. I what I was offered. I have no qualms about her being applied because some of her best film work had been in a cheerio adapted from place than Perry. Dramatic lays know. You know, who's afraid of junior walls, Kevin Hart. Ted will someday less so forth. And I knew. There's thing. When Ned Beatty was in ten world. He talked about how accuracy can this Anna Broadway revival of giving actors in the sink the law arc of the part. And they have to do the whole arc of the part. And we performance whereas in helmets. I mean, Bill magazine is demanding all others other set reasons lacking the easy. But but it's. But if you're at all serious about it. But they they the. Even if you're not serious about it. It's not easy. But the, but the, but there's a particular event, and because Elizabeth had handle world was such a long time plex ARC's during four times at least obese too I mean taken to reckless from plays by major American playwrights. I thought Bush you'll be able to think that role in the talks is which is a challenging lull. But but not like who's afraid of Jinya walls. Just in terms of sheer, endurance. Just in terms of the amount of language just. Sunday last summer, toefl it. So I am. Always in the movies. It was always kind of bigness in her acting..
"olympia dukakis" Discussed on Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast
"But she says, quote, hot. After that after she. Well, this particular scene, which I sort of diagrammed in my mind. I always like circle circles, comedy, funny so or least in my mind, they are. It's like the spiral and Finnity life. But anyway, I'm found in bed by Zach, galifianakis and his girlfriend's bed or ex girlfriend. She's not there, but I happened to be there and he chases me around the bed naked and the very first take, and he's supposed to fall on the bed and I go running, pass. He whipped out. I think you could phones were starting to become cameras then like two thousand ten. He took a picture of the first day up, sorry. And then it was his idea because I asked him for permission, I said, would you mind doing a scene in which I'm naked? He said, only if I can grab your cock and he said, I've never done that on camera before. So anyway, so we did this be shot from behind where like he's fallen on the bed. I go racing passive, grab my clothes, and he's just going to reach out and try to grab hold of this character. Irwin grabs. My penis moment stops me. We look at each other. He lets go, and then I keep running and believe it or not. HBO made me cut that moment and, and you weren't going to see the peanuts. You wouldn't have seen it anyway. I was in the editing room. I couldn't see my own wear is. HBO who famously allow anything less. That's very insults. Yes, I got these Email title was cock grab. So there was. Twenty thirty emails. Please let me have this moment and they made us cut, I think, is on the DVD extras like leftover from a circumstance. But. And then another thing was act. They made us cut when you with the actress, Olympia Dukakis. She was giving him a bath and may have penetrated him scrubbing him, and they made me cut that also anyway. But these I don't forget these things. I forget everything else when it comes to these bad moments I created. I'm like an elephant according to I m d, you paid in Sabrina, the teenage witch. I didn't know about that, but I am. Db has gone to number of. There's some actor in the late eighties, nineties was enough because I love times be being interviewed by people, and they'll be like, you were on moonlighting and they're so excited to tell me this. I'm like, no, I'm not. It's on IMDB, not everything on the internet to tell you is not true hoping sorry, seemed unlike you credit as John name. So I kind of think it was probably a different I, that's what I thought, but I don't believe you think you. I was you and. Let's see what we little bit more time. I just wanted to remind you just not to be control. Yes, I do. Wanna make this sound very end or we. Won't build. Never you on. Okay. I'll let you know when it's the end and you can make sound the sound. It's good that now we see that people are very excited this, the lost ten minutes. Okay. Because I look at your wall just because. It's just I know what time is because it's flown, but look professional. You've got to be aware of the clock when you're doing an interview like this. It's been, I think, I think it's going well. Can you even see the time on that I watch or whatever it's called? Do you have to shake it? Like, I mean, it's some, it's great to have to. But then you get by that. Out as called. I won't that apple app, why it's interesting. I watch. Apple must have go the worst thing together and I'm, I'm please. I haven't really been on stage very much for three months. I'm just glad I've got through this. I didn't sleep last night and I, I nearly died last night. He didn't ask me what happened. What what happened is. How did you just late meal? And when I say lighter eight thirty better went to bed at nine fifteen. Forty, five minutes finish eating at eight thirty forty fifty two losses. Widen drunk two weeks. And then I just woke up feeling you. I mean, I think as you get older and we're sort of a similar h, it's you..
"olympia dukakis" Discussed on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen
"Katie from Seattle, Katy, what's your question. Katie and I have to say to Laura Linney dinner is one of my favorite movies. So much. You're welcome. And the good you do in my mother saw. It's a really good movie. I'm very proud of. Thank you. Some amazing and Troy. The good side is one of I do car pool Katie on Fridays, and it's one of the cars favorite song to listen to on the way to school. Thank you so much. Thank you. So make questions for you try and since you were hanging out with Christina Aguilera few months ago, is there any of the rumors that the two of you are working on a song together when we go to your literally the first cousin that I had that, so no, unfortunately, not that'd be cool, but not north to it. I down. From New York Hebron. What your question and until you. I love you so much tried to my kids after us. My husband wouldn't let me. Thank you. And what's your question. Question for Laura. I love so much and Ozark, but I just wanted to know he can tell us anything about the sales of the city revive on that Flint. Yes, we are filming now, actually. And I think I'm allowed to tell you that there's myself Olympia Dukakis Ellen page and Barbara Garrick, and then they'll be slowly releasing the other names that people. Millions again. Later. It's really. I'm very, I'm very excited about this. I'm also excited because Troy your album bloom may feature a single called the good side, but I have a feeling that I may not be on yours for long because ROY savant, the time has come for you to plead the fifth..
"olympia dukakis" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"That'd be interesting what would you do that's easier said than done to ask what choices do you have beer and then of course there's family pressures and things like that but you know i think for most people just if you were confined to a bed for the rest of your life you know what kind of quality of life is that you know one of the things we do is show a right to die film series and some of those movies do have to do with quadriplegic slight the sea inside marvelous academy award winning movie made in spain about a quadriplegic actual man ramon san pedro who wanted to die and he couldn't until finally the right to die society of spain helped him now i see there was a film the right to die film series with olympia dukakis were just interview governor mike dukakis recently saturday and district tussin you tell us about that series is every other month usually at the mission valley library the next one with olympia dukakis the event will be at rancho bernardo library couldn't get the mission valley library but those are free open to the public we have a very good film and then a very good discussion afterwards because these are issues that pertain to different aspects of the right to die it's not a simple thing you know sometimes it's couple sometimes it's quadriplegic sometimes people with aids course dr steven who's the brilliant guy who's confined parkin's ya i mean i hate to have him go i mean he's such a brilliant mind but but you know we should have that right i you know i don't know how did the legal cases stack up against this well we've made tremendous progress in the last thirty one years since started which is more than that.
"olympia dukakis" Discussed on KQED Radio
"If you're not death please you don't have to rush the novice you have the right to setbacks back the board take your time i will knock pressure uber hover like that boss you please group would ask any questions you might have this object right yes you mean i've long lou in orbit if i might be distracted by having to monitor your side of the board but touche the game that big one will doitforme smith fair enough really clobbered you almost all of your bronze i think the joining point is one of the terror think it's called a rock but the real knockout blow was what i thought too little horsing i end of the corner and we call it a night at okay when i cornered your night can we call it a night mahony didn't start acting until he was thirty seven and soon after joined chicago steppenwolf theater at the invitation of actor john malkovich he went to new york with the steppenwolf production of orphans and won a tony award in the production of house of blue leaves he appeared in the films eight men out say anything the coen brothers barton fink in the hudson worker proxy and barry levinson's ten men in the film moonstruck he played a professor on a date with his collegeage girlfriend they get in a fight while they're at the restaurant and she leaves olympia dukakis whose eating by herself witnesses the scene and invites him to sit with her ask at last in manchester women.
"olympia dukakis" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC
"Mm good afternoon sanofi happy friday afternoon on thursday afternoon yesterday i think wow i love the really fun day really cool stuff got to meet some really interesting people no way friday is going to be interesting at all but friday's just been kind of bizarre from jenny campbell the owner of lafond a hotel across the plaza tube of wonderful chefs to uh jan current and and lien matuzek cut sake mother vera film which is kind of blows your mind and then that talking a a glint gallison about the the below the line people training film crews all this wonderful work that they they're doing and now have these two ladies in the motor home with me right now that are you know kind of the epitome of the united nations of filmmaking one is greek strive who let tosca and uh actually strict rule i need you to take those often turn round you have actually have your headphones on backwards but that's all right she's not in the technical part of filmmaking she's in she's a producer anyway now you're said and then we have a screw this up cuts farina garage schick cova your goals are creature cova myth that is more than we can just for the audience sake we can repeat our names are overdue letoff sca girl katiti in the goose over cooler the accident yeah so yeah the united nations for sure indeed all right now you too are here kind of promoting two films we're talking about two films and we'll talk about uh both of them and also a struggle within the last time you're here talking about a film about all leave trees and stuff like that and olympia dukakis in a really cool project about a really timely subject as well but will go back in time and talk about that as well if that's that's right yes landed line that but let's start with the with cut three in kathrina film which is called in the vice correct in you were did what on in the vice in the vice is a short film that i roads and produced and of directed and.
"olympia dukakis" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Upi not death please you don't have to rush the novice you have the right to sit back surveyed vote would take your time abe i will not pressure uber hover like that boss you please group would ask any questions you might have this object right yes news you mean i've won in orbit of my mind was a bit distracted by having to monitor your side of the border but to tuesday ronaldo gourmet tag slip really almost all of your bronze i think the joining point is one of the antiterror thinking of it's called a rock but the real knockout blow was what i'd like to horsely guy into the corner and we call it a night that when i cornered unite can we call it a night mahony didn't start acting until he was thirty seven and soon after joined chicago steppenwolf theater at the invitation of actor john malkovich he went to new york with the steppenwolf production of orphans and won a tony award in the production of house of blue leaves he appeared in the films eight men out say anything the coen brothers barton fink in the hudson record proxy ended barry levinson's ten men in the film moonstruck he played a professor on a date with his collegeage girlfriend they get in a fight while they're at the restaurant and she leaves olympia dukakis whose eating by herself witnesses the scene and invites him to sit with her ask a question and white men tastes women.
"olympia dukakis" Discussed on Pop Culture Continuum
"Well it in a drama at least uh yeah let's go back to in ramsay one shocking thing is she was about fifty something went through a moment from the train was produced was like 56 or 57 which is shocked to me because he looks like she's a million years old she and much much sadder is she died a year after yet yeah i saw that um but you know what i mean to me she did a much better performance than olympia dukakis who did like you know a basic good acting performance en ramsey was like having fun with her shit i think for a momma from the train is that an underrated very good movie burning to despite the presence of billy crystal who's coming into movie soon with john raphael his he really be harry's planet is plain as john ralph fiennes dad with general feels real name bench bench words his dad an upcoming film a you're anti antisemitism gets wave remem his name well that's too bad because i really dislike billy crystal but uh they don't like maybe yet bench which can pull it may make you love billy crystal hi i'll give it a try for benesch laws uh it's uh what you call it's an adaptation of so four movies it's an app wife an adaptation of soap like the the tv series soap yep right as a lot the ussl lie i don't even know why bother planning along with your your tom foolery but i find it though on i am tv the the the movie i maybe it's a fake likely uh like the new uh that is so you're telling what the the new crocodile dundee is this the super bowl commercial i was fold so it'll years just a super he added layer was referencing okay let's that's where i heard yeah that's what i heard to and the night i heard all kinds of different things but you know what i mean that's exactly the kind of thing where like.
"olympia dukakis" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Still of fruit of way well and there it did do have that group does have that gunfire so a couple of things here that's the new ad though and i don't under what is what is the point of making this new ad what is that i what is that it does it that is silly it's so good feet what does that even mean what does it mean i mean they're the ones who have on our website man going to have a baby and it's really just like a woman you know it's just a woman who is fifa's unlike some up coveralls yeah most companies when they are faced with what cnn's been faced with which would you know paired with his wore the media from trump brought them there's always freak news as their image this is them trying to combat the fake news image by saying world both we're all about the facts which muraoka without wherever i'm shocked that they didn't and this with aren't you glad we didn't say a banana just shocked have they didn't and it with that this is where media is right now media is just they're just mean it just it's funny because they they have to if he they have to defend themselves on certain things because they're the bias has been so incredibly it's been so ridiculous that's why when i pointed out with jimmy carter said justin our previous segment jimmy carter said i have to torch an accent he said the media's harder own trump than any other president i've known about sounds like olympia dukakis meets dixie carter in a way you know what i mean by going to go works that works i did this ad for the nra that i'll media people immediately freaked out about and a lot of people it really was kind of mind numbing lee ridiculous how they couldn't get past just one word in an in my ad i had said that we're witnessing now the greatest attack on on and not just not on and i'm not talking about a president just the president or just the white house i'm talking about on about the voting system our electoral system our republic and our voters people who voted if you didn't vote for hillary clinton than your racist beckett if you didn't vote for hillary clinton then your character has been in pune some awful way and.
"olympia dukakis" Discussed on News Talk KOKC 1520
"I don't know what it what is the point of making this new ad what is that i what is that it does it that is silly it's so goofy what does that even mean what does it mean i mean they're the ones who have on their website man going to have a baby and it's really just like a woman you know it's just a woman his his unlike some of coveralls yeah most companies when they are faced with what cnn's been faced with which would you know apparently there's a war of the media from trump ryan them there's always fake news is as their image this is them trying to combat the fake news image by saying we're buff we're all about the facts which without wherever i'm shocked that they didn't in this with aren't you glad we didn't say a banana just shocked that they didn't end it with that this is where media is right now media is just they're just mean it just it's funny because they they have to do if he they have to defend themselves on certain things at because they're the bias has been so incredibly it's been so ridiculous that's why when i pointed out with jimmy carter said justin our previous segment jimmy carter said i have to georgian axa he said the media's halda own trump than any other president i've known about how sounds like olympia dukakis meets dixie carter in a way you know what i mean by going to go works that works i did this ad for the nra that oh media people immediately freaked out about and a lot of people it really was kind of mine nami lee ridiculous how they couldn't get past just one word in an in my ad i had said that we're witnessing and the greatest attack on on and not just the not and i'm not talking about a president just the president or just the white house i'm talking about on a about the voting system our electoral system our republic and our voters people who voted if you didn't vote for hillary clinton than your races spigot if you didn't vote for hillary clinton then your character has been in pune some awful way.
"olympia dukakis" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Of the characters as a change and got older the naive provincial marianne singleton you mentioned became an ambitious tv producer the these were reflecting the changes using in the society we live in the society and maybe with marianne in myself in a sense as my fame grew i sort of used marianne as a cautionary tale said don't don't you know don't get to full of yourself um everything around me affected how those characters changed in grew and then 1993 the first tv mini series of tells of the city was produce start laura linney and olympia dukakis despite record ratings and a pp award why did ppnce dropped the show well the good old american family association um which which is just beginning the culture wars back in those days was horrified at the site of two men kissing in one of the episodes and by the uh rather frequent use of marijuana in the series and and they sent out a tape to members of congress in which they'd clip together what they thought with the more prairie there's nothing perry it entails visit is very indus innocent story about people finding love but then made it look smutny and uh and so they they threatened the uh can't mentioned this public radio or television station this a little bit worried about uh but the government will do if it disapproves especially in those days when of public broadcasting relied so much on government via must so today it got really slammed in uh in in georgia and south carolina that was a bomb threat in chattanooga tennessee outside the pbs station there but of course that's where you're roots are from north carolina we'll get to that in a moment my guest is armstead mall pan whose latest book is his first work nonfiction in high school logical family who the members.
"olympia dukakis" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410
"On the tempest and building a new outdoor theater on the property it's really important for me to have people have a burke experience so the tempest which was the last play he wrote alone possibly his farewell to the stage dj beautiful play beautiful father daughter relationship there's a shipwreck everything's happening and it's at sunset so people can come bring a picnic bop open a bottle of wine are we have a full bar also and from about five thirty two seven thirty they can take in this play justice the sun is going down it's what we used to do and we want to get back to ferry and i wanna live long enough to see the rose theater built on the grounds of shakespeare company right well in the meantime we have kind of a miniversion of that so you can come see it you know later in the summer wears it look it's right behind saint martin's the which is epic building right hawaii dr in the big story next to the founders theater so we open that on august ten allowed tempest yeah well hill last time the tempus was performed a shakespeare company is probably about four or five years ago in olympia dukakis was prospera yes now we have a prospero in nigel gore who many of our audience will remember and recognize so that's the you know the tempest than then we're doing intimate apparel which is a lynn nottage play if the name sounds familiar it's because she just won the pulitzer prize again the only woman ever to win the pulitzer prize twice i'll she has a play on broadway right now colts wet this play uh is definitely is good is sweat um but it's you know in a quiet way it's about a seamstress at the turn of the twentieth century and two beautiful play really powerful play and then we're doing um some place it up people will remember from us doing them at the mouth to eat is warton place to eat its warton comedies she was one of the could jones's yeah yeah she was a connection i should clean that up she as she was a member of the jones and people visas the jones family that was oven i'm very much involved in a kind of new revolt riche conspicuous consumption so the jones.