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Fresh update on "paris" discussed on ESPN FC
"Wishes he had the body they use on the on the tabloid cover. We'll see, we'll see who is more inspired by the trash talk back and forth. I'm in Paris saying I can not wait for the match to begin Alistair Johnson said he's excited for the extra hype as we take a look. At the odds and the SPI for this game, Canada, no matter what the tabloids say, definitely the dogs in this one going up against the reigning World Cup runners up. More Concacaf action on the books for tomorrow as well. Costa Rica looking to bounce back from that 7 zero drubbing against Spain. They're going to have to face off against a very good Japan team that we just saw a beat Germany, no surprise there, the tea goes much, much bigger dogs than even Canada. Against Croatia. All right, it is time to check the mentions we got to do it very quick because we have to get out of here. The first tweet comes from natives interior decorator, sebi, how badly are Mexico missing the likes of chicharito vela or a healthy Jimenez to provide goals for this team. Yeah, those
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The latest in sports
"80s sports I'm Mike greaves the Viking 7 game winning streak comes to a screeching hot with the cowboys winning 40 to three in Minnesota as the Dallas defense limits the Vikings to 183 yards of offense pleasing linebacker Micah Parsons We're capable We put them on to people want to come out and run the ball but we got buckle up on the shimmer they want to do People are going to come up in Paris We got to set the quarterback and get stops and do what we do best The eagles rebound from their first loss of the season overcoming a ten point fourth quarter deficit to win 1716 at Indianapolis quarterback Jalen hurts scores the go ahead touchdown on a 7 yard run with one 20 remaining We never wavered I think throughout the game Again there were things that did not go our way in terms of our execution and we put ourselves in a bad position but you know we were never out of the fight The Patriots stunned the jets ten to three when Marcus Jones returns a punt 84 yards for a score with 5 seconds on the clock I thought they was going to go ahead and try to kick it out of bounds due to the time on the clock But the first thing was trying to make sure that I followed my teammates blocker then I seen a punter And I was like if I make a mist and I should be able to go to distance Other winners in the NFL are the falcons ravens bills commanders saints lions raiders Bengals and chiefs in the NHL Columbus beats Carolina and Pittsburgh down Chicago on the court Kyrie Irving returns from an 8 game suspension in the nets one 27 one 15 win over the grizzlies the guard scores 14 points Just miss my teammates mister coach and staff The unprepared with them in the morning were in the rising and then carrying over to the game So good Phoenix Washington the kings Cleveland Golden State Denver and the Lakers are other NBA winners in women's college troops Number one South Carolina beats number two Stanford 76 71 and overtime Lydia ko wins the CME group tour championship to earn LPGA player of the year honors I'm Mike Reeves AP sports
Robert Clary, last of the ‘Hogan’s Heroes’ stars, dies at 96
"Actor Robert clary known for his role on the TV show Hogan's heroes has died of natural causes at his home in Beverly Hills California according to his niece Clary was 96 I'm Archie's are a letter with a look at his career Why do I always have to risk my life Cleary was the last surviving member of the cast of Hogan's heroes He played the French Corporal lebeau He also performed in stage musicals and on daytime dramas and he recorded several albums Clary was born in a Jewish family in Paris and spent nearly three years in Nazi concentration camps as a teenager His parents in ten siblings were killed under the Nazis cleary believed his youth and ability to work kept him alive Clary gave talks about his experiences later in life and his family says he always told students don't ever hate
The Total Incompetence of President Joe Biden
"I want to talk about the mental incompetence, well, there's also physical and competence. The overall incompetence of our dear leader, Joe Biden. Now, interestingly, when Trump was president, they were all over him for the slightest misstep, or the slightest mispronunciation. You remember the big controversy over Trump using the pronunciation thigh land, not instead of Thailand. Thailand. People would, this was outrageous. He doesn't even know how to say Thailand. And now this is a complex matter and I kind of got involved in that contour. I pointed out, first of all, that virtually everybody on the entire continent of South Asia pronounces it by land. They pronounce it the way it's spelled. They pronounce the H now, interestingly, in the Thai language, there is no real H and so they say Thailand. But that is simply an anomaly of the Thai language. Let's remember that the names of different places are pronounced differently around the world. The French say Paris, we say Paris. And so it goes same with Italy venezia and we say Venice. And so you would think that all of this is like a triviality. Why are you getting on Trump? But this just shows you how they were like, let's get them on that. Now with Biden, what's increasingly obvious is that this guy is a mental infant. Or at least he has to be treated like a mental infant. You might remember some months ago, a notecard surface. Biden sort of clumsily held it where you could see it. And it was reproduced on social media and on TV and I did a segment on it and it said things like take your seat. As opposed to going and sitting in someone else's seat and the kind of instructions you'd give to Debbie Todd elementary school to kind of the kind of instructions you would give to like a 5 year old. Listen, take your seat. Don't speak unless spoken to. Things like this. And Benny Johnson on social media had something yesterday where the same thing happened to second time. Biden had a notecard. Apparently turned in a certain way so you can actually read the note card and the note card has it's like an all caps. Again, it has that notion that we're talking to somebody who's really not all there. We have to treat this person. So here are a few of the instructions, one, you will take a photo. And the U is all caps, as if to say Biden might be confused about who's you will take a photo. You will sit. You is all caps. Again, you will deliver opening remarks. So this is a, this is an embarrassment.
Malcolm Nance Discusses the Wayward Ukraninan Missle Hit on Poland
"This was obviously a huge relief this morning. The missile that hit Poland was probably a stray fired by Ukraine's air defense and not a Russian strike according to Poland and NATO. Yesterday, obviously easing concerns of an escalation. Just give us your thoughts. Well, first, you know, I've been in that relatively immediate area of where that strike. Where that missile exploded. A lot of activities were along the Polish Ukrainian border. And I did training out in that area, and we were under constant air raid alert. Constant air raid alert. And you know, these missiles take hours to fly to their targets. And they have to fly through several air defense zones. And each air defense zone, you know, has its own air control radars, air detection radars, and its batteries of surface to air missiles. And when you come into an area like where this hit, which is northwest of the city of lviv, those missiles had to have flown hundreds of miles to get there, right? To FYI you when they shoot those hypersonic missiles off of these bombers over western Russia, it's a 17 hour car drive from one end of Ukraine to the other. So it's a very long missile flight, even at three, 400 mph. It takes some time. So the air defense systems are waiting for you, right? And they try to engage you as far away as possible. In a 360° protective circle. And sometimes like this one, I suspect the missile went up, went to the east, tracked on the cruise missile, and one of them may even have destroyed the cruise missile, but they launch in Paris generally. Yeah. And the other one was tracking it as it went west and it just went stupid as we call it. And crashed into Poland. I'm glad that they're, you know, Russia didn't lose its mind and didn't try to do anything deliberately. I'm glad that it wasn't an accident. Because we need to tone down this whole, let's go to World War three stuff. Yeah. Because Ukraine, you know, was attacked by Russia. We all know that. But there's no need to really want to escalate. And then Ukraine is. I mean, when I heard this yesterday, I was like, ah, Putin's invaded Poland. Where does that sound familiar? I mean, because at first, you know, you didn't know what it was. So yeah, you're right. It's a relief,
Paris 2024 Olympics, Paralympics mascot is a smiling hat
"A Red Hat with a lot of symbolic meaning in France has been selected as the mascot for the 2024 Paris Olympics If he is It's known as a friesian cap and is worn by Mary Ann Francis personification of liberty who can be found everywhere from schoolrooms to stamps usually leading the troops during the French Revolution The two 2024 Olympic mascots are dubbed together a lay fridge and look kind of like a pair of floppy red triangles with friendly faces a tricolor ribbon and bright sneakers the Paralympic version features a prosthetic leg Organizers say they wanted something that represented an ideal and chose the cap as an allegory of freedom that embodies the ability we have when we collectively decide to rise up to strive for something better I am Jennifer King
Colts beat Raiders, find something to build on in Jeff Saturday’s debut
"The colts won their first game under interim coach Jeff Saturday beating the Raiders 25 20 quarterback Matt Ryan was back under center and threw a 35 yard scoring strike to Paris Campbell with 5 O 7 remaining It came after he converted a third and three with a 39 yard run Ryan completed 21 of 28 passes for 222 yards And Jonathan Taylor rushed for 147 yards including a 66 yard touchdown Derek Carr was 24 of 37 for 248 yards and two TDs with
Man who inspired Spielberg's 'The Terminal' dies at Paris airport
"An Iranian man who lived for 18 years in Paris's Charles De Gaulle airport has died in the airport that he long called home Died after a heart attack in the airport's terminal two F the Iranian man saga idly inspired the Steven Spielberg film the terminal starring Tom Hanks Naseri lived in the airport's terminal one from 1988 until 2006 first in legal limbo because he liked residency papers and later by apparent choice For years necessary slept on a red plastic bench making friends with airport workers and showering and staff facilities Many said the years of living in the windowless space took a toll on his mental states in
Eric Welcomes David Berlinski to the Show
"Thrilled to be sitting here in the studio. With my guest, David berlinski, David welcome. Thank you so much. Many people know just because I've mentioned it, I mentioned a few minutes ago in my introduction with Alvin, but that we had a Socrates in the city event last night at the union league club where you and I discussed principally the subject of your most recent book human nature, but I thought since you're in what I like to call America all the way from Paris, France, I thought it would be nice to get you here just in the studio. Just to continue our conversation, whatever that would be. It doesn't have to follow on where we left off last night. I'm just happy you're here in New York. I am too. Do you really think of New York as part of America? Nah. Technically, yes, I do. Technically me too. Well, you know, the funny thing is people always assume that they're sort of that there's monolithic thinking. There are so many people in New York who think politically or theologically the way I do. And so we all live in our little worlds and so I don't really feel set upon by hostile adversaries.
Who Cries for the Soul of a Dead Pigeon?
"I am curious when in your life did you know you had that ability? 12 years old. 12 years old. 12 years old, I started writing poetry. Did you write? Did you write poetry to a girlfriend? No, no, at one point every day. I saw a dead pigeon in the road and I wrote a poem called who cries for the soul of the pigeon. And began writing poetry every day. I published my first poem in 17 magazine when I was 14 years old. You grew up in the United States? In a small town New Jersey, yeah. And you moved to Israel when? I wish it was in my 20s, my early 20s, but I started going when I was 15. So obviously you're completely bilingual when you speak Hebrew is it within Israeli accent? I speak English with an axe with a nondescript accent. People say, well, you're not from here, but it's not an American accent. They say, how come you still have an accent you've been living in Israel for 50 years and I'll say, well, listen, look at can we kiss and he's been living in America for about 85 years and he still hasn't accidentally cut me a little slack. People don't people really know shim on Paris had a heavy accent and often begging to have a heavy accent. But somehow Americans don't go to black, but you know your Hebrew is COVID and get on Israeli talk show because it's very different than American talk shows. They're everyone screams at each other and you have to be able to like use your elbows. So we'll take you seriously, so I can do that now.
As Climate Change Worsens, US Weighs Which Communities to Save
"Human beings, the wretches continue to disappoint the savants at the United Nations. And never more than on climate change writes The Wall Street Journal. The global body announced last week that despite all of the world's climate sacrifices and trillions of dollars in renewable spending, we're all still doomed unless mankind makes radical changes in lifestyles and standards of living. The 2015 Paris climate agreement required countries to commit to reducing their emissions to keep the world from warming more than one and a half degrees Celsius above pre industrial levels. It's already warmed about 1.1°. Not even the alms offered up by President Biden and European leaders will do much good.
Michael Lawler: Most Voters Don't Know Sean Maloney
"If he's spending all this time trying to elect other Democrats how is he spending enough time in his district You know it doesn't just happen on election day They have to spend years working on that Well that's been his problem He's been gallivanting across the globe He went to Paris Geneva and London only a few weeks ago to raise money for Nancy Pelosi in the DCC And he has really not spent too much time in this district And on top of that with redistricting having taken effect 75% of this district is new to him So most voters don't know him And I'm coming out of rockland county which is 42% of the district and born and raised there I've lived there my whole life my family has been there over a hundred years Nobody knows him over here And so this is not your normal situation where incumbent has a big advantage And I think as he finally woke up to the fact that he has a real race just two weeks ago he has now been siphoning off millions of dollars from other democratic congressional electeds and candidates across the country to try and save himself but it's frankly too little too late
"paris" Discussed on Love Letters
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"paris" Discussed on Love Letters
"I thought that was really cute. That first date leads to more. And it doesn't take long for Anna to be serious about maxime. But he's cautious. After checking out Anna's Instagram, Maxine figures out that she's recently out of a relationship too. He thinks they should both take it slow. They meet in March of 2018, but it's not until she finishes her program that June, that they decide to really be together. At this point, Anna is due to return to Mexico. She applies to an internship in Paris, partly because it's good for her career, but also because it'll allow her to stay. The only problem, she doesn't have a place to live in Paris anymore. Maxime wants to help. And so he tells me, why don't you come live with me? It could be temporary. Don't feel pressured. And I ended up staying to live with him. So yeah, 6 months later, we were living together. For the record, Anna's parents think she's living with a friend. They know she's dating maxime, but their traditional and you do not live with someone until you're married. And he got to show you around Paris, I'm sure, right? As somebody who knows a little bit better, what was it like to see Paris living with him? Yeah, so the thing about Paris is that I really believe that each person has their own version of what Paris is. I call it my parents, your parents. He showed me the whole jazz scene. We went to a bunch of just concerts together. We went to exhibitions together. I showed him my parents. During those dates, I really kept falling more and more in love with him. For example, I clearly remember one time he took me to this park that has a view over all of periods. And we saw the sunset there and he was hugging me and I really, really
Bailey, Nelson lift Islanders past Hurricanes 6-2
"The islanders even their record at four and four with a 6 two victory at Carolina Josh Bailey scored the go ahead goal and it's 1000th NHL game all with the aisles I was able to put a good move on them and put it in the back of the net certainly certainly felt good Brock Nelson scored twice in the third period for New York which also received goals from Matt Martin Zach Paris and Oliver wallstrom Ilya siroc had made 33 saves in the islanders set an NHL record for consecutive games without allowing a power play goal to start a season Martin Nietzsche Brent burns scored for the hurricanes who were coming off a three one and one road trip I'm Dave ferry
UN: World "nowhere near" hitting emissions targets
"The UN says the world is nowhere near hitting its emission targets The United Nations climate office says global warming and climate change continues to be a big concern Its latest estimate based on a 193 national emissions targets finds even if countries achieve their current pledges greenhouse gas emissions will blow past the limit countries agreed to in the 2015 Paris climate accords and temperatures would rise 4.5°F over pre industrial averages by the end of the century The report forecast emissions will increase by 10.6% from 2010 to 2030 that's a slight decrease from earlier estimates but scientists say emissions need to be cut by 45% by the end of this decade to prevent what UN secretary general Antonio Guterres has described as uncharted territories of destruction The UN will hold a climate summit starting November 6th in Egypt where countries will again try to ratchet up their targets I am Jennifer King
Energy agency: CO2 emissions rise in 2022, but more slowly
"Carbon emissions have been rising but perhaps not as quickly as they had been I'm Ben Thomas with the latest The international energy agency expects carbon emissions from the burning of fossil fuels will rise again this year but by much less than in 2021 That thanks to the growth in renewable energy technology and electric vehicles CO2 is the main greenhouse gas responsible for global warming and last year saw a strong rebound in emissions after the global economic downturn caused by the coronavirus pandemic Overall emissions cuts are well behind the pace needed to meet the goal of the 2015 Paris climate accord to keep global temperatures from rising beyond 1.5°C compared to pre industrial times They've already risen 1.2° I'm Ben Thomas
Electric vehicles take center stage at pared-back Paris show
"Jeep has unveiled its first fully electric vehicle at the Paris motor show This is a very special moment for the Jeep brand Jeep is promising an all electric SUV with a range of 248 miles The Jeep avenger for bahi concept G CEO Christian monier says the company will be putting more electric vehicles on the road By 2025 we'll have four zero emission vehicles in Europe And by 2030 100% of Jeep brand sales in Europe are expected to be fully electric supporting the Stellantis carbon net zero targets Stellantis is the company resulting from the merger of Fiat Chrysler and PSA group The auto show in Paris is underway after four year absence because of the coronavirus pandemic President Emmanuel Macron has set a goal of producing 1 million electric cars in France by 2027 I'm Ed Donahue
Biden Plays With the Truth
"Of course, there was the whole Hunter Biden scandal, which has now come out every day in the news that Hunter Biden is under investigation for his dealings with China and for serving on the board of a corrupt Ukrainian oil company. He got a $1 million a year for serving on the board of that company. And there are photos that have surfaced of President Biden in 2015 at cafe Milano a restaurant in Washington, D.C., sharing drinks and dinner with Ukrainian businessmen. I believe there are also Kazakh businessmen there and also another Chinese businessman. And when President Biden was asked during a presidential debate if he knew anything about his son's business dealings, he denied it. And then when he was further pressed about Hunter Biden, he denied that he got a wire transfer from the mayor of Moscow's wife. Let's play the clip. China ate your lunch, Joe. And no wonder your son goes in and he takes out, he takes out billions of dollars, takes out billions of dollars to manage he makes millions of dollars and also while we're at it. Why is it just out of curiosity? The mayor of Moscow's wife gave you son three and a half $1 million. What did he do to deserve it? What did he do with Paris? None of the $153,000 of that. If not, none of that is true. Totally. Mister president. It's totally president. Totally discredited. Totally discredited. And by the way, wait. Totally untrue, he says.
Paris Hilton Describes Her Abuse at Utah's Provo Canyon School
"Paris is in the news because she got very deep in personal about how much she suffered at the hands of the staff who worked at Utah's Provo canyon school. This is where her parents banished her when she was acting out as a teenager and not attending school and staying out all night partying in New York City, night. And she wasn't even of age. Among other things, Paris said, some members of that staff would perform cervical exams on her and other female students, it'd be very late at night, three or 4 o'clock in the morning. And they would take her and other girls into this room, and they would perform medical exams. She was interviewed by The New York Times, and she said, it wasn't even doctors who saw us. It was a couple of different staff members who have all the girls lay on a table and put their fingers inside them. And then she told the reporter an a quivering voice, and I didn't know what they were doing. But it was definitely not a doctor, and it was really scary. And it's something that I really had blocked out for many years, but now it's coming back to me all the time, and I think about it constantly. And now looking back as an adult, that was definitely sexy abuse.
"paris" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Urbanist
"That difference in a way between host cities for the monocle conference. It's really interesting, Andrew, because I actually hadn't been to Paris in a very long time, and I think that it feels like the city has changed a lot, but it occupies a different place, I think, in people's understanding of major European capitals. It feels like an established center of commerce in terms of fashion and established center of media also, and I feel like when we were in Athens, we were very much having a kind of Berlin conversation in a way, as a culture editor, I was hosting a panel back then about the art scene and whether Athens was having a moment because it was so cheap compared to so many other European capitals. But I do think that this is a very interesting moment for Paris also in that it's not just living off the grandeur of its quite established credentials, so many new hotels have opened over the last couple of years as we have witnessed on the pages of monocle so many new restaurants. So many new initiatives, I think that the fact that the Olympics are coming is really heralding a moment when the city is rethinking completely its layout, the pandemic has given it lots of time to rethink its spaces, which you have chronicled with the urbanist team over the course of the last few years also. So I think in a way, it could be a really interesting lens to look at other cities who perhaps are a little bit more stuck in their ways and how they can rethink themselves. What do you reckon? Well, I think what's interesting is, seeing the reporting that you've done, just in recent months, for example, this challenge around affordability because Paris does very well at the big cultural institutions and there's so much wealth in the city from the fashion industry, for example, that it can find backers for Grand Prix. But you did a story just recently about the challenge to Paris in a way from places like Marseilles where there is more affordable studio space where you can be maybe a little bit more experimental. So I wonder, is that something you will be interested to hear about over the coming days as well? Definitely. I mean, one of the most interesting stories that I think we've done out of Paris in the art space is this project called, which is this huge kind of gallery complex. Again, in one of the suburbs outside the city. So I think one of the things I'm most interested in, listening to, particularly as we will be at the listener femme, which is outside of the classic kind of circles of culture of Paris, is how are the suburbs, the boundaries being integrated in the life of the city. I think that's been a struggle for Paris for decades and decades, and maybe we're looking at some projects that might be trying to bridge that gap. It's fascinating. We've been charting this kind of reinventing Paris theme and this idea of getting people even when they come for a weekend to go out of the center and discover the neighborhoods that are beyond the periphery. Again, it's a story that you've touched on is happening in Lisbon. It's happening all over. But finally, I don't know if it is pandemic induced, but finally there is a kind of understanding that we need to make more of the culture that happens, very rich culture that happens on the periphery of our cities. And again, most of the stuff that you've been covering for years now in monocle is about trying to tap into this richer diverse, more interesting cultural heritage that Paris has that all our cities have on their peripheries. I think so, definitely. And I think that in many ways the time of Parisian culture being completely associated with is gone, that those institutions are now having to actually take issue with lots of other different problems we've seen how Macron has, for example, tackled the whole issue of colonial restitution. You know, there are big conversations that are changing the way that France understands its own culture, understands its own relations with the former colonies, and the relationship that it has with all the artifacts in this museums. And I think also France from a cultural point of view is very interesting for me because these conversations are happening and it is a country that is quite unafraid of having these conversations, you know, you're looking at a place like France, Germany is also having similar conversations in terms of arts and culture, but I think it's a place where debate is still very much alive and kicking, and I think that's something that also we hopefully will tap into on a day of debate on Friday. But I'm going to get to go out to parts of the suburbs to see where they're building the new aquatic center, which is going to be a key development. The only key development around the Olympics, which is out in saint Denis. But a few other highlights of the quality of life conference, which it puts a filter and all sorts of aspects of city life. So what would you be looking forward to tomorrow? I'll definitely be looking forward to listening to Catherine gustavson just because I think that I have a true admiration for her work as a landscape architect and again someone that I'm sure has orbited the urbanist for quite some time. I'm obviously looking forward to the panel we'll be hosting together. Of course. Tapping into your knowledge of photography, actually I know that you're really passionate about photography and I am too. And I think we'll have to excellent speakers on the case Z Nelson and rina fendi, both of whom have shot from Monaco plenty of times, and we'll be talking about photography as images as beautiful images as journalism and the way that they change the way that we look at media. So I think that's going to be another huge and fascinating conversation. And finally, I'm really curious to hear from Florence Martin Kessler, who edits live magazine because I think she's going to have an excellent command of the stage. She does these magazines that come alive on stage. We've done a story about her in monocle also. So I hope that she's not going to upstage us. Well, we've asked her to explain Paris in ten ideas. And I've seen some of them. They're quirky and they're fun, but it makes you realize for us coming from London, for example. So near Paris, only, of course, a noble in many ways, but still a mystery to many outsiders when you really get to see what makes the city tick monocles, chiara mela there. Thank you very much for joining us. Now we also wanted to bring you a little explainer on what makes Paris such a fun city to go out and let some steam off in and who better than Monaco's Robert bound to be your guide. Here he is. Dear Paris, do you ever feel straightened, restricted? Like modern life is just a little too serious. Too many early nights and little metal bottles of water. It's too much work and not enough play making Jacques, a dull boy. Do you sense a spiritual quest for secular rectitude that's leaving its converts clear ride? Sure, but also empty headed. Or to put it another way is a certain kind of California creeping in, but without the good weather, or the fornication. We can hear our hue. So let us present an aid memoir to something like living in George Gershwin's summertime, where the living is easy and the cotton is high. And with any luck, so might we all be. I've got a list. I've got a number..
"paris" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Urbanist
"Welcome to this week's episode. This week we're celebrating all things Paris. So let's start with a project that's causing a bit of a buzz in the capital. Just last month, mayor Anne hidalgo outlined a €250 million revitalization of the champs elysees, taking place before and after the 2024 Olympic Games. The initial phase of this transformation will see new vegetation and general repairs to buildings, as for the second phase, includes a reconfiguration of the avenues traffic and improvements to public areas such as place de la Concorde and the champs elysees gardens. A project that has fallen to architecture studio, PCA stream, Monaco's collateral Bello caught up with Etienne riot, director of applied research and innovation at PCA stream to find out more about the project. The vision is the first that it is an iconic avenue for French people, but also for international tourists who are coming in within the city. But for Parisians, it was a little bit deceiving destination for a decade. And so we had to rethink about what should be the chandelier of the future. And the project now is to focus on the feasibility of changing the champs elysees regarding major objectives. The first one is to re enchant the champs elysees to make it a new destination for Parisians, but also for foreigners. And to be sure that it will be fit for the future. So we have to reinvent the destination in terms of aesthetics in terms of workability in terms of rewilding a little bit. It means to be sure that nature will be nurtured. And also to provide new services and to attract people to this avenue. It has to be like a showcase of what should be an avenue in a very dense city like Paris is in the 21st century. When we have to tackle the challenges of environmental transition, how to also be sure that it would be a long time less renovation. So it's really important for us to be sure that it will be done in a very good way. And the initiative, the champs elysees, initiative right now, is a two time initiative. There is what the city of Paris will do before the Olympic Games of 2024, and PCA stream is in charge of redesigning the champs elysees for the time after the Olympic Games. You mentioned there are, of course, the Olympics was going to bring me to the next question because obviously this is an important moment for Paris in terms of urban design and planning. It's a big opportunity that we know a lot of cities use the Olympics as a way to propel investment and change in their cities. But it feels quite poignant the timing for Paris. So what has to be done after the Olympics leave town. Maybe not just for showing these Abbott looking more broadly to ensure that that legacy continues. The legacy you want to have is to have a frugal legacy. It means that we have to develop a heritage of the Olympic Games based on what is existing right now. So it means that we are trying to improve for the avenue, for instance, we are trying to improve everything they can be improved. We are trying to repair everything that should be repaired, and then we try to find really fit for the future solutions. And it means ecological solutions. So we try to revamp the avenue in order to be sure that people will go in there, that they will walk through the avenue that we have great experience that we have the willingness to come back, but also to be sure that it would be in a very comfortable atmosphere. So come forward means urban amenities, but it means also a real effort and precision on nature and on the way we will lower high temperatures that are rising in Paris in the next decade. So the commutations and is there, which is a private organization of owners of the champs elysees, ask us to do that vision. So it will be part of the heritage of the legacy of the Olympic Games, but we see far beyond. Was there any part of you or of the team that it can be quite scary when you deal with such an iconic piece of a city? People who have even never been to Paris, they know about The Shining. They said, I've heard about it. Was there a part of you that I wouldn't say fearful? That sounds bad. But there's a lot of responsibility that comes with redeveloping iconic pieces of our cities such as the avenue. This is a shared responsibility because what's very innovative is that it's a common understanding between the commutations and the city of Paris. So this very new for this. And for us, as architects designers on urban designers were thrilled to do this project because for us, it means it implies a lot of dialog. A lot of dialog with all of the stakeholders of the avenue. There is the people living very close to the translating. We will act with them so we will ask them what they need will try to understand what are their habits, they are a lot of shops, but they are also a lot of investors who own the buildings and with work closely with them to understand what we should do that will answer to the problems they're facing. And of course, we will work closely with all public authorities involved in this area to be sure that it is a good public project, a good urban public project for redesigning these avenues is iconic avenues. We often say that this is not just public space. It's more than that. It's an experience. And what we try to do is to reconnect the champs elysees to the entire Parisian space because today we say that the place de la Concorde which sits on the eastern part of the champs elysees is like a la Carina. And we have to unlock that place. Then we want people to walk through the avenue and then we want to provide them the best experience.
"paris" Discussed on Monocle 24: Section D
"Since its official inception in 1973, Paris fashion week has become an unmissable event for the industry's brands, designers, and enthusiasts from across the globe, bringing them together for parties events, and of course, runway shows. Taking place twice a year in the French capital, the 2022 autumn winter edition wrapped up earlier this week. Naturally, monocles fashion editor, Natalie, was on the ground reporting. She joined me down the line from Paris to talk about the event and started by summarizing the major themes that emerged. The fashion week started last Monday evening with a tribute show to the late designer Virgil Abloh of the brand off white. It's been a really interesting week. All of the big brands back in action and back on the physical catwalk. And it's also been the first time that the entire industry from across Europe and the U.S. have been able to get back on the road and travel and get together after the pandemic. But of course the mood has been dumping down quite a lot by the situation in Ukraine and a lot of designers have chosen to pay tributes to the people of Ukraine on their cut walk. I mean, I want to talk a little bit more about that. I mean, from my perspective, there's an emerging scene in Ukraine, you know, one of my favorite fashion designers, senior Schneider, is from Kyiv. So I'm curious how what is happening there is affecting the work of the broader community. Can you tell me a little bit more about that? You know, are we seeing tributes to Ukraine on the runway? Absolutely. I mean, one of the most interesting and resonating moments was the balenciaga show where the creative director demna vasala put printed t-shirts with a flag of Ukraine on everyone's seats. His entire team was wearing the t-shirts backstage and he also left a letter on everyone's seat where he acknowledged the situation. He spoke also about his own dilemma of seeing what's going on in the world and feeling that fashion is losing its relevance at this moment. He was even torn about hosting the show to begin with, but he chose to go ahead with it as a sign of perseverance and strength. And he also spoke very openly about his own experiences. He was a refugee from Georgia who had to flee his country in 1993, so he spoke about how the current situation has reawakened those memories for him. More broadly, it sort of would appear like these sorts of difficult global moments are quite separate from the fashion world. But are there deeper connections or is there deeper work being done aside from raising awareness through protests and I guess I also want to know what the fashion industry can do to help you cry. This is what everyone has been asking themselves and feeling torn between attending shows, enjoying fashion week, knowing what's going on in Ukraine, obviously fashion week is a very visible platform. So people have been using it to raise awareness and that has been the biggest ask for Ukrainian designers and a lot of designers have been coming out wearing the Ukrainian flag. Isabel marant, the Parisian designer, did it, taking her bow at her show, obviously there was them never saly up your Paolo petroli at Valentino, send a message saying love is the answer. Raising awareness has been the main response from the industry, but also a lot of the big groups during fashion week have announced plans to seize operations in Russia and many, many editors stylists and designers joined the Ukrainian designer lilia lid of Scalia on Saturday afternoon during an anti war rally. I mean, stepping away from Ukraine for a moment to focus on Paris itself. This is a city that's a capital of fashion, and many people are returning for the first time, I guess, in two years. So I'm curious from your perspective, you know, what it's like for them. You know, I have a new fashion museum up here, ateliers and bricks and mortar stores popping up in significant numbers since 2020. There is a big appetite for culture and for fashion. So except from the runways, there has been a lot of movement in retail, Dior had a really big opening last night of its flagship store on number 30 of a new Montaigne, which is where Christian Dior started his brand in 1946 right after the Second World War. They've reopened the store after years of renovation. It's tripled in size. And it's this giant, almost like luxury adult playground with four restaurants and museums. A luxury hotel suite that VIP customers can rent out and stay in for the night and three floors of men's women's children's wear, home decor. So that was a really big statement about the importance of physical retail, but also a lot of interesting exhibitions going on. Attached to the Dior store, there is an exhibition that's now going to be open to the public, tracing the history of Dior, Chanel is hosting an exhibition about female pioneers in the 1920s and there will also be another exhibition opening paying tribute to alber albas, the designer who was made famous for his work at LAN van. And sadly passed away last year because of COVID. And just finally to bring it full circle, I want to ask what we are seeing thematically or mood wise on the runway. You know, we've talked about the Ukraine protests, but I know from speaking offline that you mentioned there are some media collections on show this year. Can you tell us about that? You're right. It is a lot moodier, a little darker, this season. Given she had an old dark palette and a very sporty sinister silhouette, RICO and as well was hosted his show showing really monastic, almost very conservative silhouettes and steam coming out of their own way everything was really dark and moody and cocooning blankets around the models and also Jonathan Anderson at loewe had a very interesting collection where he showed sort of she called the me rational surrealist garments inspired by the sculptor anthea Harrison. A mix of inspirations and references, but yeah, overall the mood is turning and it's back to tailoring, but to business and slightly darker sinister mood. My thanks to Monaco's fashion editor, Natalie, reporting on the ground in Paris for this week's extra. If you're keen for more design stories, listen to our full length program airing on Tuesdays at 8 p.m. London time. Today's episode was produced by Charlie filmer court and maile Evans. I'm Nick manis. Thanks for listening..
"paris" Discussed on The Suburban Women Problem
"Fox News, for example, Laura Ingraham has gone on the offensive attacking the Hillary Clinton campaign. Right, right? Which is going to be super effective and I think it's going to hurt our chances for the 2016 election. If they know ahead of time, travel now over at Fox News. We got to address the suburban women problem because it's real. Welcome to the suburban women problem. A podcast for red, wine, and blue. Hi everyone, thanks for joining us. I'm Amanda Weinstein. I'm Jasmine Clark. And I'm Rachel vindman. And you're listening to the suburban women problem. We talk a lot about our families on the pod, so today I'm very excited that we have a couple of family members joining us to amazing pairs women first we'll be talking to Katy Perry, the founder of red wine and blue about the success of book band busters and how the media has been responding. And then after that, we'll be joined by Katie's mother in law Debbie Paris. Debbie's a child psychologist and she was so reassuring when she was on the podcast last year. I can't wait to talk to her again. But first, let's talk about what's been going on with everyone. Jasmine, what is up with gwinnett county? You guys always have extra drama. I feel like we're just being like perpetually bullied. And it's like getting to the point where it is a bit exhausting to constantly be having to fight for your voters, you know, our voters are essentially being punished for showing up and changing the politics of gwinnett county, but they have essentially silenced us and in effect silenced our voters as well. So I can say it's been a frustrating week. Can you explain like essentially silenced or how what they're doing, how they're silencing you? So we talked a lot about redistricting and we talked about redistricting on the last episode and this is just another example of how they can use redistricting to continue to segregate number one, but also using redistricting to disenfranchise voters. Gwinnett county changed dramatically over the last ten years. We have so many more demographics, so many more countries represented races, cultures, traditions, religions, so many things. And that's reflected at the ballot box and how we vote. And my colleague put it really succinctly, but just he made it plain..
"paris" Discussed on Cape Up with Jonathan Capehart
"And so there's a very long history there of schools almost having their hands tied when it comes to placing out of state or out of district into residential facilities. And so I think what we need to do is establish a new precedent. And we can look to states such as Oregon who now require any out of state placements under those conditions to have more stringent laws or laws that are equal to the oversight and protections that are in place in Oregon. There are a lot of tax dollars that are going into this. I mean, in Alaska, $31 million of Medicaid money was used to send 511 students to Utah. Nevada, again, over $30 million of Medicaid money used to send over 700 students to these facilities. So it's our tax dollars that are being used to young people into these facilities with very little oversight. Congressman, how much pushback have you gotten since you've started looking into this and started talking about introducing legislation to hold these facilities accountable? Is Washington works. There hasn't been much pushback. I mean, no one is going to stand there and criticize Caroline and Paris Hilton and the survivors. So everyone is gas gas guests. Let's do things. But that's not how this place works. You know the lobbyists come out and they try to hold something up in committee. They try to hold something from getting a vote on the floor in the Senate. So rhetorically, there's been a lot of support. The challenge is going to be how do we convert that into legislation and oversight hearings and I'm certainly committed to doing that. In the time that we have left, I want to spend the time talking to Caroline and Paris and just to ask you, I mean, you shared so you both have shared so much of your personal experiences. You're traumatizing experiences. How are you doing today? And what has helped you cope with some of the trauma you've experienced? Caroline, you go first. So I feel that one of the most important aspects of healing is being able to participate in your own self advocacy. And a couple of years ago, I had really a coming to terms with the repercussions that that placement had in my life in my mental health and how I function. I do have complex PTSD from my experiences at the academy at IB ridge. And so being able to be a part of that tangible change and to help lift up other voices who have lived experiences as well. And not only that, but to be able to contact other advocacy organizations such as think of us who has done such an incredible job in the child welfare space around this issue. That in and of itself is part of the healing and I just could not be more grateful to people who have opened their arms to us and allowed us to be a part of that process as well. In Paris, how are you today? Because in watching the in watching the documentary, one of the things you consistently complained about is you're inability to sleep. Since telling your truth since talking to your parents since putting all of this out there. Have you been able to sleep? Have you been able to heal as much as you can from the experiences that you've endured? This has been the most healing experience in my life..
"paris" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast
"I'll be lionel. We are in denial for the star of the historic day for cycling. The first edition of highway for women and The atmosphere building quite nicely. What are we now around about an hour before the star of the team presentation is happening and they will be approaching the couple's really very shortly after only thirty three kilometers of racing off to a couple of laps of the town here. That'd be heading to that first section and we're gonna be racing to get there before the moment we are that is. The plan is genuinely exciting. Because it is the first time this racist being held But it's also the first time this kind of racist been held for professional rights they do coupled races and off road races bianca's quite a few years as we know from writing on the yes see couples. Here are very very different to anything else in any other race in the world. So unique event in men's cycling unique event women's cycling too. I genuinely fascinating to me to see. Just high today goes on. I think being there for that first. Section of a is the historic moment. Isn't it the pilot on will be approaching willett break bay away we just. We just don't know what will be happening. But it'll be very interesting to see the shape of the race. I say into the section and what happens on that for the first section of kobus because it could be decisive. It was certainly eliminate writers waiting to put them out with a picture for the rest of the race. One of the great things about women's racing is the the top women. Writers tend to write all the racists and that's different to where pirate bay attracts writers who are classics special who can generally quite big historically yesterday while we were writing the f. t. will pass us with cecilia. Ludvig heard equivalent in the mail. Telephone would be small climber. Who would never be sent yet here. She is writing cairo-based base. So it's it's fascinating it's intriguing isn't a race for specialist a for all the top female writers in the world and they're pretty much all here and we have spoken to a couple already line. We're gonna wait for some other teams to come through and speak to some of the other writers. And i shall we hear from press full or audio diaries. Myelin rights for drops call. And she told us that we're seeing all the writers either ricans went ahead of the race on the cobbles and what they think will happen. We'll then hear from britain. Cavan the author of service can heaven The two thousand one pirate bay winner and and she's here making her debut in this. Everybody is so let's hear first from ireland. Golo and then from britain cavan who who is the recon or recon totally gone while. I'm really excited for this race. I think i'm one of the most prepared to into pederson. So that's going to help me a lot today i think. What what do you think is going to happen in the race. Were into uncharted territory. You know it's a really tough top- what's going to happen in the race. Do you think l. evolve over the course of the sector exploiting the pieces on that for a sector. Think i three four sectors is going to explode and from then on us just gonna stick to groups and hope for the best i think and just hope that you don't get into trouble in those i i out of the race because that will be crucial for your diary from here for sure. I will tell do one tomorrow. I'm a travel to women who are in the velodrome. When you're the one by all those years ago i wanted have you. Have you ever watched much of the race on I dunno dvd or youtube last. I think it's on youtube. Watched it a couple of times really nice to have you talked to him this week about how to approach the race from what to expect. Yeah mostly just to keep writing until you in latro not give up. And he's gonna be artery so you just have to Mentally prepare for and we tried not to talk about it too much. Just prepared well and yes. We'll see mantra about his win to you. How the whole race unfolded for him. That day yeah bitty set that you'll shed flatten lost. I think it's went to south gate and that on the last section is Dire she really really hard so that you can go over nearly foster in the indian and where you thinks the also meet. It gets really nice to see time. I frost at the going very it's exit. Can you remember the first time you road bike on the kabul. I think us two thousand fourteen into thirty-nine really starts racing and fourteen. We did Recon with a clean. What i was a member of and it was also year. Seventy geof furrier event. I just remember it being really really hard and almost crying when i was on the list. So yeah but it's still hard now but you go a little bit foster so it doesn't take long anymore on largely. How was your recon rides. This week at feel feel good going into the race today. Yeah yeah i felt. I felt strong on couples. 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But unfortunately we haven't managed to meet up with them. Hoes included a scottish. Spear did it include a just for me Well i particularly enjoyed the belgium-based included in my recent box seems appropriate for this time of year and if you would like to try some curators to cross biz goto curator of cross dot co two. Uk or them on social media. Instagram facebook and twitter. You can find them. And there's an exclusive offer for listeners to the sexing podcast with a discount code which is ruby fifteen. That's ruby one five for fifteen percent of all orders over forty pounds and free. Uk mainland delivery on all orders over sixty pounds. So as i say they combine their passion for cycling with that passion for Nice biz from all over the world not just europe scandinavia north america and the uk. And as i say it's been a pleasure to some of the basic graham and kate put together. They really put the passion for travel into owner the collections on their website. 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"paris" Discussed on Reverie True Crime
"To scream. That paris was not burned that her skin was coming off something. The hospital staff found weird. Was that the baby. Had a clean little nightgown on that did not have leakage or skin on it. As they expected it should the staff were all so confused. By paris's injuries. She had burns but they were unlike any. They'd seen before the burns. You were not from hot liquids or things. They normally see on people that have scalding burns. This was different at the hospital. They asked chana what exactly happened to this precious little baby. Her story was that she got home around two in the morning saying that she was trying to feed her daughter but she would not drink. She went on to say that she held paris in her arms and gently laid the little one over into the bassinet with a fan pointing on her. China said that when she woke up the next morning. Her daughter wasn't acting right i. She got her other kids ready for school and got them onto their buzz. She yelled for terrell. And that's when they fledge straight to the hospital from the house fiddle china and terrell were taken directly to the police station. This is were. China's starts to contradict her previous accounts of what happened now. Let's take a quick commercial break and let me tell you all about today. Sponsor anna luisa dot com has sustainable jewelry. That you or someone you know will absolutely love and usually hard for me to find style of jewellery. That i like anna. Louisa changed that for me. I found pieces. That are actually my style. Which i would call boho. But that's definitely not the only style they have there are an array of styles. You can have fun with this story as well by stacking pieces together and mixing and matching their jewelry is super versatile and can be worn with anything in your closet from t shirts and lounge wear to dresses and pantsuits and everything in between the jewelry at annalisa as high quality jewelry that is also environmentally friendly. Everything is priced affordably. They use recycled materials whenever possible and their pieces are one hundred percent carbon and water neutral because the choices we make really do matter go browse their stunning pieces at anna louisa which is a. n. a. l. u. s. a. Get a discount when you go to shop dot anna luisa dot com slash true crime that shop dot a. n. a. l. u. i s. a. dot com slash true crime discount code true crime during questioning. China said that she got home at nine thirty or ten at night not to in the morning as she had said. Initially she told the police she was laying down on the couch with paris on her chest and they slept until pairs began to cry around two thirty that morning and it woke her up out of her deep slumber china went on to say that she went and made a bottle for her daughter and started to fade her. She stated that she changed pairs his diaper and laid back down on the couch with paris on her chest again and they both feel back asleep. She said she awoke that morning and terrell was laying on the couch with her. She said she did not know where paris was. China's said she thought to real had taken paris upstairs and light her in the bassinet terrell's interview with the police did not match china's at all. He told the police that he came home around three or four in the morning and went to sleep on the couch where china was. He woke up and realized. Paris was face down on the other. Bigger couch. deceased authorities granted a search warrant for their apartment which again china's three other children live there as well detective was told by the coroner that paris's burns were caused by a thermal injury of some kind. Some places on the baby were severely burned and other parts of her body had no burns at all. For example her back was free of burns. The detective went back to the apartment searching for a rectangular object like a heating pad or cookie fan. That could have possibly been the cause of these burns. The police obviously saw the microwave but they had no reason to even think twice about a microwave so far they couldn't find anything that would give answers as to where these burns came from. They made their way upstairs to discover a plastic tub. It was filled with murky water. And what looked like some type of remains and residue. It was taken into evidence other than that. The search of the house did not provide them with any answers as to what happened to the twenty eight day old baby. The night before pairs passed away. Neighbors told police that terrell's sister rhonda had been babysitting china's kids. The police talked to china about this and she confirmed that it was true. Leon drew was babysitting while she interrail went out for a few hours around seven that evening on august twenty nine china said when they returned to the apartment she stayed outside for a while and went inside around nine thirty or ten and leandra. Was there. china's said that she fed her daughter when she got home and noticed that paris fell warm to the touch so she laid the baby down again. She repeated what she said about pairs wagging her up at two thirty that morning and how they rushed pairs to the hospital. China's story started.
"paris" Discussed on Seriously Clueless
"And welcome to another episode of season two with l. How did i realize. Hey tonight i have. We have we have of special guest again. Our friend anthony. Arthur kryptonite is the differences in the Working abroad in working in so very far matthias checking. He has shepherd he has experience working road here and tearing the so he is in paris right now or if young key left in in two thousand eight two thousand eighteen so okay i everyone so i'm anthony. I'm i'm based in france. So i moved here in june eighteen been. It's been three years That they've been living abroad i. I'm not actually sure if i'm not sure but w have this vapors and i don't have that yet i i will make sense but yet i've been here embarrassed with the years working as Id management consultant or a big bomb fissile team. National allows their employees abroad. And i was lucky to be chosen foolproof road in paris. We're gonna we're gonna talk about lot. The states tonight bear brigade. Nicole was like five major things not by feeding them in the red the nothing fear so number one is the business practices in for you. I knew the difference than the the friends. Must you will feel more corporate Nobody with my work meets here. We really thought about our personal lives. The subpoenas 'cause they got on so he divide there's there's up your personal and professionally i think one of the most Not enough people. Working in here in france sending in the and they don't really about anything that you want me out of the week and or actually in dc lama sodden the mile of us together and Severely beaten up a guy Is off the stimulus mandel. Although i don't normally it's the decayed dead who thursday night city gate the deal that afterward pride these and your fans and there's days obviously took down federal beaten working on working environment your relationship through you mentioned the and For me it was. It wasn't really struggled. it's penis nothing. I don't know. Coworker went up on the essay. Nisha bob office. That was awful. You know you. You were veterans day. Yeah i don't. I don't want to influence my decision. My decision supporting who relationship with with a word meat because he might be beaten on my lead motion. I forgot eaten more in and close scale. We've got anymore but we're spend you have It's it's it's just Going into telegraph or Phero among them don berry rotation and we were suit separate.
"paris" Discussed on TIME's Top Stories
"The surprisingly complicated pleasures of cooking with paris by judy berman. You know paris hilton is an icon. Because even other stars can't resist basking in the glow of her swarovski and crusted barbie pink ara and the first episode of her new netflix. Show cooking with paris. One kim kardashian hilton's friend and one time assistant marvels that. No one has partied as hard as you and looks the way you do. Comedian and f boy. Island host nikki. Glaser gushes you're like not someone who was ever scared of getting in trouble right later during a dinner. Party whitney cummings mentions that her podcast co host wrote a high school paper on paris. That everyone do that glazer exclaimed. Because i did that too. Here's the thing about paris hilton and twenty twenty one. The heiress and entertainer has lived rent free in the brains of millions but especially thirty. Something women for two decades rocketed from socialite notoriety to mainstream fame and the early ought soviet modeling. A sex tape that has now rightly understood to be revenge porn and rich girls. Doing normal things reality romp the simple life. She's since gone from the pinnacle of cool too passe and recent years of seen her ascend from ironic fave to reclaimed heroin propelled by peres indebted influence or culture and the same. Y2k nostalgia that has driven reconsideration of brittany spears. And limpest get sympathetic. Docks the american meam and this is paris in which hilton reflected on abuse. She allegedly suffered at a series of residential reformed. Schools have added dimensions to her image. Rescuing her from the realm of pop culture caricatures which explains why the alternately charming and inane cooking with paris makes for such an uncanny viewing experience spun off from a prescient viral video from pre pandemic. Twenty twenty in which she semi competently demonstrates how to make lasagna. The show sense hilton back to the kitchen to keep refining her skills each of six episodes which clock in it under half an hour a piece opens with paris shopping at some kind of specialty grocery store. She mangles the word cotija at the tortilla and screams. Ooh at a whole prosciutto in italy. Truly paris hilton walked. So alexis david rose of shits creek could run. Then she whips. Up a kitschy themed. Dinner with guests ranging from kardashian and glazer to youtuber lay ponds and rapper tweedy finally. They consume them meal while making pleasant small talk in front of an instagram background. Meant to evoke to loom or a retro diner or more abstractly. lucky charms. Cereal hilton talks a lot. And this is paris about what she calls her character or her persona that daffy girlish shopaholic heiress who talks in catchphrases..
"paris" Discussed on Skimm'd from The Couch
"All know of paris hilton. And i say that in quotes because we know you as the figure that is out there and in your twenty twenty documentary you said your public persona is like an act or a character and i think a lot of people found that really interesting when you were starting off your career. We're curious why did you create this identity. What was kind of the thought process leading you there just as a teenager just going through. What i went through a all of these really terrifying boarding schools were they are very abusive. It was like a way for i. Just kind of invented this barbie doll persona perfect life fantasy character and then when i became in this industry my first thing i ever did was the simple life and the producers said we want you to act like dumb blonde pretended not know anything and kind of just play that up so i think it was kind of like a shield or like protection and then getting that reality show and then having to continue with it season after season it kind of just became this character that i got kind of stuck in. What has paris hilton the businesswoman. Actually like i'm very responsible hardworking. Smart not a dumb blonde. Very good at pretending to be one determined to workaholic working on stall in the board room setting or a serious meeting vetting like with your team or investors or whomever. How would people describe you. Are you the person who jumps in. Are you the quiet one in the room. are you boss. And i say bossy like knowing that. There's that's an annoying word for especially female entrepreneur. St but what's your personality like in a business setting. I'm very creative. I love coming up with new ideas. Everybody is always very impressed meetings with me especially if it's their first time thank you know my entire career. I've always been underestimated. And i love proving people wrong so i love to definitely impress people. When i'm in the boardroom.
"paris" Discussed on The Freedive Cafe Podcast
"I watched a good chunk of it. My oh my. Some of those dives were absolutely legendary. Alankar arctic will surely be going down in history as the most capable free male free diver of her generation the way she can dive such incredible depths and return to the surface completely. Fresh and with a big smile on her face is just mind boggling. All around it was the most incredible display of breath. Hold diving. i've ever seen those few days in the number of blackouts and incidents was thankfully kept respectfully low and you can really see the high level of professionalism on display here especially from the safety team medical team so good job guys looking forward to seeing another amazing competition next year. One of those divers is stood out to during the competition was clear paris. Her work has marine scientist coupled with her amazing progress. In-depth beginning her free davin journey add. Let's say not a super young age really impressed me. And i was delighted to have her on the show and share her journey recently. And this is what you're going to hear today. Claire is a professor in the department off ocean sciences. At the university of miami's rosen steel school of marine and atmospheric signs. Her research is dedicated to biological oceanography and ocean conservation. And we'll go into that in detail in the show. If you ever wanted to know how pelagic fish begin their lives or the differences between phytoplankton and zoo plankton and how important they both are to the health of the planet. You'll find that out too. It was a really great chat with claire. She sent me an email just afterwards and she was freaking out because she forgot to mention Mirella so claire has been getting coaching. Mirella kirdassah vich and that is being instrumental to her progress in depth and She forgot to mention mirella and she felt really bad about that. So here i am saying A big shoutout to mirella cardin who was also on the show recently Another amazing free diver So yeah thank you to her and from clear okay so small note on the sound quality. We had a bit of a company from clears cat indigo who spent a bit of time vying for her attention so some of that might come through in the recording as the cat lands on the keyboard just in case. You're wondering one more thing i'll add here is that i'm very close to officially opening the website of my new yoga. School thrive space which will be a school dedicated to teaching classical and traditional hata yoga to those aspiring aspirants who wished to develop a complete and authentic personal practice. I'm going to be sharing my more twelve year. Experience studying practicing and teaching this transformational practice to those who want to learn both here on the ground in taiwan when that becomes possible again but also from the first week in september.
"paris" Discussed on Comments By Celebs
"This business resurgence of paris. Which i think is really the key factor. And it's not the paris ever ever went away was always very omnipresent in our lives. But i don't think that the way she was present was necessarily in a way where we were paying attention to her. It was just for a long time. In between maybe after simple life there was a period of time where paris almost like background noise where she was there. You saw the thing she was doing. She was dj. And she had a bunch of business ventures. Will you weren't paying attention to specifically her whereas now in the past year or two. It's like she herself as the person she is. So president our lives. And i'm so appreciative of how presence. She's been yes and i don't think that the documentary can be ignored because it was a more of a raw take on her personality and her life than i one we ever had absolutely but also and i think she ever thought that she was going to put out you know she created lake. She said that persona as a defense mechanism was kind of like her armor. And so when she put that down and really let you in to the deepest parts for life and then she saw the response which was that people were receptive. People were accepting only people. Love her more than she's probably more willing to put more of her life out there because there's that layer of safety that has been established. I think also not to give kim credit for this. Because i don't think it necessarily is the case for me personally. When i started to notice the resurgence of the friendship between kim and paris. That's when i was really like full on board with paris. Because once i saw her with kevin. I think it was at the christmas party. I was instantly reminded of what it is about paris that were so addicted to and so then from then on once hang out more and their opposing each other more. I was like so fascinated by every single thing that paris was doing and had to follow it. And so for me. Kim was kind of the gateway back into that. Yeah i think honestly for me as well. I'm sure for a lot of people that was not the case and the two can exist at the same time you know. You can recognize chemistry catalysts without without giving her critics. Obviously the credit goes to paris yourself. But you're right for me. That was definitely there. And i think the two of them together are a really powerful combination. Because they're so respected in the business world yet also such fascinating personalities they bounce each other out so well and i think something for me that i noticed a lot just to kind of focus on a camp for a second. Is that so much of what she does in the way. She lives her life even though she's always been relatively level headed and i think among the siblings people say that she's the most rational on and she's the one that you go to when you need kind of a reality check however to the outside world. She's a ridiculous human being the way that she lives. Her life is ridiculous clearly. It's so extravagant. It's unbelievable i mean. Even as her instant stories are so playfully mocked constantly because of that. And so for a moment when you put her in comparison to paris and all of a sudden kim is almost the muted personality and kim seem so rational because every appliance in our house isn't bedazzled so suddenly this minimalistic monastery is actually way more muted and way more than norm. You're kind of thrown off for a second in the best way possible. You're a hundred thousand percent craft. Yes i could talk about this forever. Definitely worth watching. This is not.
"paris" Discussed on Comments By Celebs
"To fame and so on one hand. Paris's the og that kim respect so much and will always look up to her not only from a fame level but also in terms of a business woman and then at the same time. Kim is almost like the parent. Yes and that's such an interesting point that it was exactly like nails it because there's this interesting dynamic there were. I think when. Kim got really famous especially after they reconciled like of course they had their issues in and they became friends again. Which i think is incredible. Etiquette is incredible for the culture that paralyzing him our friends again. I would just like to echo that yes but is also so fascinating is there. Is this assumption. That when they became friends again with the position that can was inverted. The position harris was in that there was this dynamic switch. Where like kim then became the one that was on top in paris was looking for when i watched their dynamic and them talking about the past. That's not really what it is like him. Always thinks of paris as the og. But you can kind of see that. When kim was paris assistant she always had that role of keeping everything together for paris like she was the personnel organized. Everything and i think. Tim said this episode where she was like paris was always the one that had these outlandish ideas and i always had to real her back in. So what's interesting is. I think you always thought the dynamic switch for like the power switch. But it's not that kim is always had this role of just keeping paris and chat and keeping paris not down to earth like almost like a babysitter. Like you're saying and you see that come through so much in the way they act now. Yes it's it's overwhelmingly. So actually i think because obviously we know kim got her start as a closet organizer which clearly was a job that she did and that was her source of income. But not everybody. Has that skill set. You have to have that skill set. So now is of course. Kim has her own assistance. In her own organizers however she still has that within her where's that is not where you know. Paris has strengths. Lie at all so that fundamental difference in what they're good at is is just so they're so glaring and i'm sure that there are aspects of paris. Kim wishes to mirror have a little bit more of. I think that there are certain aspects of paris's personality that may breed so much spontaneity. And maybe a little bit more. Wild and kim likes that wild side to be brought out by her but the combination of the two of them is pretty addicting to watch. I would say. I could not agree more. I've really want them to do a coal ritchie episode. I'm shocked that they didn't accept. I'm hopeful for a season. Two and what a better. I guess i season to it. That would be absolutely incredible. If you're only going to watch a few i would say the episode. The sweetie episode of than the one with kathy nicky hilton. Because if you're a bravo watcher you have been experiencing the magic of kathy hilton for the entire season via office beverly hills and you almost can't get enough. And then to see her in the setting into see she is so the exact same one was really fun and really kind of validating but then talk about an interesting dynamic because nikki and paris are so different and even though paris's tactically older sister..
"paris" Discussed on Eyewitness Beauty
"The doctor of who rose to fame. Because he's the go-to injector of the kardashian. Sisters at some point. Yeah dr simon orian. He congratulated jeff bezos on his spaceflight and very quickly that was interpreted by twitter as jeff bezos went and got his filler done before his base. Just funny to think that jeff basis goes to the kardashians cosmetic dermatologists. This goes to show filler. Knows no gender no color no creed religion. I would never accuse filler. Discriminating and who it appeals. To say i think that the spaceflight thing is so disgusting. Hate it. I hate. I know. we're not even we're going to edit by omission about that whatever and so. I think that's all we have for news of the week. Let's just get into our interview so today's guest is someone who i've been following on instagram and twitter for a couple years and i'm always chuckling to myself at my phone. His name is louis pisano and he is an american who lives in paris a real life. Emily in paris on might say. He is a writer for harper's bazaar and sort of cultural commentator. He keeps the fashion industry on. Its toes is the way i'll put it. I think he has such an incisive tone and ability to kind of cut through the bullshit the fashion industry while also like celebrating and acknowledging the fun stuff the glamour the glitz he just went to can as a guest of instagram capital. I instagram and he looked at the best fucking time in the world. He wore some insane. Looks which will let him talk about. But he's also not afraid to like talk a little shit about racism in the industry and discrimination and the inequitable treatment of black and brown influencers which is prevalent. Of course the united states but also very much so in europe so we wanted to hear from louis just about louis. And here's our interview louis bassano. So when did you get back from. Can i got back. What's today today's wednesday..
"paris" Discussed on Travel with Rick Steves
"Let's talk about some of the museums that that i think are substantial but i think they're under appreciated What what is your take on the colonel fillet. The music have day is undergoing a big renovation. I actually haven't been there yet but it's going to be fantastic and it's a history museum. The history of paris and it has period rooms which are are very fun to walk through and just all sorts of of relics from hundreds and hundreds and hundreds of years of the city's history and you explained in your book the littler museums of paris. That barron houseman actually had something to do with the creation of this collection. Or 'cause houseman. I think of as the guy who who brought parasol of these grand boulevards and all of this uniform architecture where you've got the same amount of floors in the in the nice Slate roofs and so on Did he recognize that. All this development is going to bulldoze some of the heritage of the of the city. You know it's it's funny because he is. He's really criticized for destroying medieval peres but at the same time was was looking to create a place that would preserve some of the history and that actually incorporated elements from some of the buildings. He took down in. The carnival has more items than the liuw actually. So they've got plenty to show off in that museum. Yeah their reserves are insane. There's no bench and that goes back to the sixteen hundred and they actually took over a second. It's actually now To urban mansions that are combined by little walkway. So if you want sort of. Just your quintessential kind of historical museum for paris carnival as a good one absolutely now. Another one is the museum of the middle ages museum to clooney and that's actually built on the remains of a third century. Roman bath reminding us. That peres was a roman town. Yes it it is also something that that started from a private collection like a lot of museums did and has just grown and grown and is a really special and unique place to visit and it's never crowded it's amazing to me. It's exquisite art of the middle ages. This is the museum of the middle ages in paris was so important in the middle ages. And it's right there in the in the left bank. You can walk to it in ten minutes from all the touristy stuff you do in the latin quarter