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"presley" Discussed on Northwest Newsradio
"The elvis presley's fifteen number one november right here on northwest news radio northwest news time one twenty seven well the whichever pop team tarts wins bowl this year will get to eat the mascot we don't know yet which football teams will compete december in the twenty eighth game in orlando by whichever is on top will get a large toaster treat this is the first year for the pop -tarts sponsorship of the bowl game which started in nineteen ninety is the blockbuster bowl before moving on to the visit florida tangerine bowl this champs sports bowl russell athletic bowl and the cheese at ball back with headlines from abc news in just two minutes guys did you know your testosterone affects everything in your system including how you feel and perform everyday right now revive men's health seattle will check your testosterone for free known your t levels is the first step in understanding if you have low t your cholesterol level impacts your energy libido sleep weight hair loss mood and even ed maintaining an appropriate t level can change your whole life most men start to see changes in their hormone levels in their thirties experience and results matter so what are you waiting for get your t levels checked by local experienced and trusted men's health experts they've helped thousands of men since 2011 they're so confident they can help you they even guarantee it call revive today and schedule your free test test thrown test free exam and free consultation call revive men's health at 206 -529 1 1 1 1 that's 206 -529 -1 1 1 1 or visit revive men's health dot com rain wind or shine high performance homes does it all for the exterior of your home it's not easy to find a contractor that specializes in all phases of roofing windows siding and solar but you're if worried about our rainy and windy weather high performance homes has you covered with their signature white glove red carpet experience and lifetime warranties you'll love working with high performance homes because they'll give you three quotes to choose from so you can pick the right option for your budget and when the HPH team comes to your home you'll get one of the most narrow consultations you'll ever receive from a home improvement company these guys will actually get on your roof go into your attic inspect every window your siding they'll take pictures and videos educate you on all your options and give you accurate quotes right there on the spot down to the penny take advantage of special in -house financing for your new high performance roof windows siding and solar schedule your consultation at HPHUSA .com that's HPHUSA .com HPHUSA .com newsradio thousand FM 97 .7 and streaming on your smart speaker your top northwest stories coming up after ABC
"presley" Discussed on WTOP
"To freedom knocking on doors calling up voters in our neighborhoods using social media everything to we talk can to our friends and neighbors about the and Ohio opposes the ballot measure. This is a matter of life or death whether you're pro life pro -choice or somewhere in between issue one goes past Roe v. Wade and it's too too radical. It eviscerates parental consent. In Kentucky voters are choosing between incumbent Democratic governor Andy Beshear and Republican Daniel Cameron who's vying to become the state's first black governor. American University political analyst Amy Dacey. A lot of what you've seen is Cameron attacking Beshear for his handling of the pandemic and for not opening up the state as quickly as possible like other Republican governors. But this hasn't hurt Beshear's numbers and he's seen as a leader coming out of that. In Mississippi Presley's Elvis second cousin. A Democrat wants to replace Republican governor Tate Reeves Israeli singing their national anthem to mark one month since Hamas militants invaded the country taking more than 240 hostages sparking a brutal war. In a TV interview Prime Minister Netanyahu said Israel would provide in Gaza indefinitely once the war is over. Middle East analyst Aaron David Miller. I think he's coming both to pressure from the Biden administration and to reality. The administration has been pressing for day after scenarios. I think they've been disappointed by the fact that Israelis haven't thought this through. A lot's changed at the office since the pandemic. Here's CBS's Jim Cressula. It's a stunning fall for a company once seen Street as a Wall darling that promised to change the way people work worldwide. The office sharing company WeWork has filed for bankruptcy protection. The company says it needs to deal with debt while evaluating its commercial office lease portfolio. Serena Williams was the toast of the fashion world when she swept a into top awards show in New York in a sparkling black sequined dress to become the first athlete ever to pick Icon up the Prize. I feel so humbled and I feel super excited to be here among so many legends that have walked these carpets and the CFDA's. Last night they included Kim Kardashian and Gwyneth Paltrow. S &P Futures down four. This is CBS News. You don't need a job platform. You need a hiring partner. Indeed lets you schedule and conduct virtual interviews all from one place. dot com Start slash credits. 903 on Election Day Tuesday November 7th we are at 58 degrees with the clouds out there but will be warming up to the mid to upper 70s. Good morning I'm John and I'm Michelle Bash. Campaign 2023 on WTOP. Election Day is finally here in Virginia and it's one people across the country are watching as the results could indicate where the
A highlight from No Cease Fire
"All right, welcome to the Dennis Prager Show. I'm your guest host, Carl Jackson, sitting in for Dennis Prager. The number to call in, 1 -8 -Prager, 776. That is 1 -8 -Prager, 776. Sitting in studio with me, Lou's got my back right here at AM 950 The Answer, 94 .9 FM. Go to TheAnswerOrlando .com. You can see all of our great programming here. I would certainly appreciate that. Sean McConnell is in my ear. Alan Estrin, thank you so much for inviting me back. I want to thank, obviously, Dennis Prager and Sue for trusting me behind this microphone. It really means a lot to me. I certainly appreciate that. Mr. McConnell, who do we have on the lines? All right, Suzette is on the lines. I thought I heard Tony earlier as well. Anyway, Suzette, so glad to have you with us. The number to call in, 1 -8 -Prager, 776. 1 -8 -Prager, 776. I have so much that I want to get to that it's absolutely unbelievable. I've got to mute my phone, apparently, and my laptop here. But listen, I wasn't exactly sure how I was going to come at this show, to be frank, with those of you that are in the listening audience. I'm watching my country, and every day I'm looking at my country and I'm watching what's happening. I'm looking at our leadership. I'm looking at what's happening with the Israel -Iran slash Hamas war. And I'm just, it's weird. I go home, even though I'm on this microphone, I go home sometimes and I read these headlines and I'm in disbelief of where we are. You know, I recently, or I've been hearing more and more people, including the White House, call for a ceasefire in Israel. I pray to God that Israel, even if it means forgoing any aid from the U .S., I pray that they would absolutely annihilate Hamas, and I pray that they would ignore Biden and the White House. Obviously, Biden and the Vice President and the Democrat Party are catering to portions of their base, which sadly are, they have partly a Hamas constituency, a pro -Hamas constituency. I think I want to talk to you about this. I think I want to start here. Frankly, I wasn't even sure. I got stuff scattered all around me, but guys, I think we are leading up to another 2020 -type summer, another 2020 -type summer of violence, if you will. But I do want to make mention of this. Before the Democrat Party calls for a ceasefire in Gaza, let me call for a ceasefire. Can I do that? I want to call for a ceasefire in St. Louis, Missouri. This was the first city with the highest murder rate in St. Louis. There were 194 murders. By the way, this is as of January of this year, so the numbers have gone up. So I want to call for a ceasefire in the Democrat -run city of St. Louis. Again, 194 murders in 2021. That was with an average of 64 homicides per 100 ,000 inhabitants. There has been a decrease in the city's population since 1993, which, oddly enough, has resulted in a greater murder rate, despite the fact that they have a dipping population. I would also like to call for a ceasefire in the Democrat -run Baltimore, Maryland. That is the second city with the highest murder rate. That is Baltimore, Maryland. Again, there were 348 murders in the city with an average of 58 .63 deaths per 100 ,000 inhabitants. The majority of murders in Baltimore are centered in a few high -density areas. This, according to the Baltimore Sun research, gun deaths are concentrated in a quarter of the city's communities. I bet you don't have to guess who runs those cities. I'd also like to call for a ceasefire in San Juan, Puerto Rico. That is the third city with the highest murder rate. Right under Baltimore, there were 172 murders in the city of San Juan with an average of 54 .03 deaths per 100 ,000 inhabitants. Since Puerto Rico became a colony of the United States going back to 1898, the island has been plagued with crime. The island has been plagued by violent criminal activity for a long time as well. The island has been plagued by illegal activity for a long time, too. By the way, this is USAbyNumbers .com. Also, I'd like to call for a ceasefire in Detroit, Michigan. Detroit, Michigan has been the fourth city with the highest murder rate. All of these cities, with the exception of one that I'll touch on, are run by Democrats. I want to call for a ceasefire there. It seems to me that the Democrat Party are fixated on making sure that no innocent civilians die, despite the fact that Hamas that runs Gaza, despite the fact that they killed more than 1 ,400 Israelis, including American citizens that happen to be there. We don't even know the name of the hostages that have been taken, frankly. So they're since so fixated on calling for a ceasefire in Hamas, I thought just maybe, maybe that they didn't understand that the cities that they run are under fire every freaking day, and perhaps since they run them, perhaps they could do something about it. That's kind of what I'm thinking here. So Detroit has been the fourth city with the highest murder rate in the United States and 34th in the world with a murder rate of 40 .74 per 100 ,000 inhabitants. There has been an increase in violent attacks in Detroit. Although thefts and other crimes have decreased, the city's overall crime has reduced significantly since the 1980s, yet the results are still pretty horrible. And what about a ceasefire in Milwaukee, Wisconsin? So on the western side of Lake Michigan, the American state of Wisconsin contains the metropolis of Milwaukee. It is well known for its viewers, several of which provide tours that detail its contribution to the brewing industry. The Harley -Davidson Museum is there, so that'd be a nice thing to see. That overlooks the what? The Mino Monte River features vintage motorbikes on exhibit, such as one that was owned by Elvis Presley. I'd love to see that. The Milwaukee Public Museum is close by and features an expansive European village, as well as a replica of early Milwaukee, but the murder rate there is 42 .5 of 100 ,000 inhabitants. So you've got to make sure that you don't get a cap popped in you while you're on your way to the museum. How about a ceasefire in New Orleans? How about a ceasefire there? New Orleans, Louisiana. That has a murder rate of 40 .6 per 100 ,000 inhabitants. I'm sure the Democrats are all over that. Guys, this is a party of chaos. This is a party, the Democrat Party, it is a party of murder. It is a pro -hamas party.
Coach LA Welcomes Actor and Mental Health Advocate, Keith Mascoll, to the Show!
"Tonight, I have a gentleman that I got put on to on social media. Some people talk about social media, but social media has been my friend. I've met some really dope individuals from having a social media presence, so shout out to Remy in the City for tagging me in a post to have a conversation with this gentleman who an is actor. He is the producer, co -producer. Let me get that right because he has a beautiful wife that I just found out we went to Simmons together and I felt like I was having a little case of dementia, but she broke it down for me. I'm like, you do know me. Wait a minute. I remember you. Shout out to Roxanne, but he is an actor and not just a play -play actor. He's one of them certified SAG actors that he's out here protesting and stuff with the rest of them. He's also a mental health advocate. One of the things that my sister, shout out to my sister Shemina, he's a sneaker head. Supposedly, he has a collection that's now his own boutique. You got to tell me more about that. He also is the co -producer, as I said, of Living a Triggered Life, which we'll be talking more about today. He's also a survivor of sexual abuse, which is something that we don't get a lot of, I guess, give a lot of light to. So we're going to talk about that tonight, too. So can we welcome to Conversations with Coach La, Mr. Keith Moscow. What's going on, my friend? Hey, what's up, sis? What's going on? How you doing? What's going on? Listen. Listen. Let's get it. Listen. Right? We was chopping it up before the show started and he was like, listen, I don't prepare. I like it to be organic and I was like, I do, too. So everybody who listens to the show knows that this is like a mental health, how did you fall in love with hip hop kind of concept, right, where I ask you, you know, who you are. So, I mean, who is Keith Moscow? Wow. That's crazy. First of all, I'm loving the purple. You know what I'm saying? I'm loving the purple. The purple highlights of the hair. You know what I mean? Shout out to Connie Maskell, my mother, who was a hairdresser. So I always got to say something about that. Oh, yes. You talked about her earlier. I feel like hairdressers are the first therapists to be honest, because they got you to tell you all your business, all your business. And then you said you were also Bayesian. So you got to make sure you give me some of that accent, because I heard you drop that accent on your face. Oh, don't worry. You know, I can drop right in. You know, I'm really Bayesian. So, so. They ain't no problem. Tall hair. Yes. So we can, you know, we can do that. Rest in peace, Miss Connie. Thank you. Thank you. But I'm an actor, producer, mental health advocate. I run a nonprofit called The Triggered Project. Always have to say I'm a sneakerhead. And we've been doing this work for a little while, talking about being a survivor of sexual abuse and using my art to be able to help people, to be able to change how psychologists and social workers learn about black and brown men in trauma. And so I have a one man show called Triggered Life that got turned into the movie that's written with the great John Alawalia Decouge. And we've been using this learning, using the movie, which I'm telling my story. And then I play another part that represents for brothers who can't speak and haven't spoken. And through the hour and a half experience, you know, my partner in crime, Roxanne Maskell, L -I -C -S -W, runs the grounding and processing during it. And so we've been partnering with social work schools across the country, C -S -W -E, N -A -S -W, N -A -B -S -W. We've been to Anaheim. We're about to do something in B .C. coming up as well. And we want to make sure that social workers and psychologists know how to show up for black and brown men. Yeah. Right. And, you know, there's been a lot of complaints from students about being prepared for to be out there in the field. And so being able to, you know, create something with John to really look in the minds and see exactly what happens with these two survivors. Like how are they activated? How does it play out in their bodies? Right. And they prepare folks for when we show up on their doorstep. Right. Right. And that real, it's real. And it's something that folks have said has been incredibly helpful. So we have that. And then we have, you know, Living a Triggered Life podcast, which we're excited. We have a partnership with the Museum of Science. We do lives every four or five months. We had G .D. My Jenkins. We had Isla Presley. But we have one coming up. On October 6. October 6. And you can go sign up right now for free. Free. And you need to be in the audience. We need to take advantage of these spaces. That were traditionally not open to us that are now really being more open to creating space for conversations that are more for us. So I shout out to the Museum of Science for finding a space and finding that to be something they needed to
A highlight from Ep.118 - Rewind to 1967: The Year That Changed Music Forever
"Well here we are episode 118 I think I think I forgot to list a few this might be like episode 120 or 121 I don't know I guess that's a good thing when you do so many you lose count anyway on this episode we're gonna be talking about the year in music 1967 and as usual I have the wrecking two in the house Mark Smith and Lou Colicchio of the music relish show very interesting yeah a lot happened sit back relax it's gonna be another two and a half hour podcast but we love it enjoy the show the KLFB studio presents milk rate and turntables a music discussion podcast hosted by Scott McLean now let's talk music enjoy the show yes let's talk music thank you Amanda for that wonderful introduction as usual welcome back my friends to the show that never ends welcome to the podcast you know the name I'm not gonna say it was streaming live right now over Facebook YouTube X formerly known as Twitter twitch D live and again I always I don't know how many other things and this podcast will be heard on every podcast platform yeah yeah 1967 so it was quite a year think you're in for a little little ride tonight yeah and you know who wasn't born in night oh he was three in 1967 marksmen from the music relish show good evening I was two years from being on this earth so you weren't even really thought of no you thought of it 67 think of that think of that yeah you weren't even thought of you weren't even like a sparkle in as they say in your father's eye there might have been the beginning of a sparkle who knows so let me see I'm looking at my is my screen still fuzzy on my end but I'm not even seeing it on YouTube right now I'm seeing it's live but I just got the image of the vinyl really yeah what the hell wait wait wait wait yeah no it's on it's on I see it I see it but my screen looks fuzzy right yeah that's how I'm seeing you from my end yeah what the hell let me check something here hold on okay let's do a little in show my you know that smooth little March of colors next to you when you open up the show yeah happy it's all like gone really weird I'm looking at this right let's go back to this see what happens I'm supposed to be in 1080 and I'm looking at it right now now you're sharp you just got sharp it goes back and forth it's a strange see like hearing yourself huh I guess I don't know what do a refresh here I'm playing it right Tom Benwald says it looks good patty says it's blurry that was in the beginning and it looks like it's sharp now so it goes back and forth you're starting to get blurry again it's strange got any storms down there no this this would this will drive me crazy now this is it's not supposed to be like this come on it's like a Grateful Dead show warts and all rice we're talking about 1967 there's no digital so it was still waiting for Luda come on so you know I'm going to do I hate doing this but I'm going to do it to you buddy what's that no don't cut me I'm not cutting you I'm gonna I'm gonna hit a refresh which might take me off the screen so the show is yours for about I don't know 60 seconds let's see what happens here let's see reload I'm gonna reload it so I'm going off the screen I guess it's time to advertise the music roll show with my friend Perry and my friend Lou we discuss opera we have fun how am I now you look better look yeah yeah looks better yep and I just advertised my podcast is that the opera I'll pay you I'll give you the money later on then I lose my this is like okay here we go you look better though all right good yeah good you know me I the technical stuff drives me crazy especially you know it's not only sound it has to be oh it's this is a live stream so it has to look yeah good and you don't want to drop out in the middle of the show no like me and Lou do once in a while race right let's see is the chat working let's see now I'm not seeing any I'm not seeing any comments so let me try this well sorry for the podcast listeners but I gotta get this shit right hey it's okay I should be seeing I should be seeing comments because people have already made three comments you over here maybe they're bored and they don't want to comment anymore no it's there it should be showing up on my screen over here right we know that my boss you busting balls only Bono does that let's see public so it should be getting huh this is crazy seven minutes in and I'm here we haven't done anything yet let me see send comment test I just sent a text to message I see I see you as I see mine okay good we're good we're good let me switch over to my other account and do the same thing I just want to make sure yes just our audience is bored they don't want to comment actually this is all Lou's fault yeah yeah always the you know I would probably lost the other comments is because I rebooted so hmm all right well you know what we're gonna start without Lou right as I say that as I say that does he have what does he what do you let's get the full screen nose is that why you were late you had to clean your nose and he's back in Paris again you brown nose er I've been a bad dog my laptop and he's back in pair you left here in Paris you must have left it back in the United States I did I left on the plane how you doing Lou I'm doing alright how are you guys doing well I just had a little technical difficulty and we blamed you because you weren't here so you left me alone and I had to talk opera with myself talked opera yeah rigoletto did you talk about rigoletto this time I'm just really boring you know I'm like all right this is why this is a two and a half hour podcast some of us have to work tomorrow all right here we go let's jump right into 1967 musical events in 1967 and the year kicks off right away with a bomb a bomb on January 4th the doors release can arguably one of the greatest debut records ever arguably if you had a top 25 greatest debut that albums would have to be in the top 10 it would have to be yeah you know if you had a top 50 that would have to be in the top 10 right even if you don't like them you have to say that was so ahead of its time oh it's so different nothing out there was like the needle and all you hear it kicks I mean fucking what a way to start an album it's a heavy song it with a bossa nova beat yeah I mean that's pretty clever yeah 67 so you know bossa nova was pretty hip again John Densmore over underrated underrated underappreciated I think you are you are so correct you know never gets the the the consideration that I I don't know you can't put him in greatest of all time but could he be okay if there's a top there's a top 25 drummer top 25 drummers is he in it good question and in rock we'll just say in rock I think he could be I could see him making so I don't know if he's a universal pick but I could see him on some list I mean he's something you'd have to think about like you said like it doesn't get noticed so much you know yeah yeah or it I mean although his drumming wasn't shy I mean he's jazzy as hell I heard um writers on the storm yesterday and his adjustment playing is great in his adjustments during the shows just for that yeah yeah the unpredictability of you know how the how the song was gonna go right because they could rehearse it all they want once Morrison got into that zone well in the drama keeps the beat right yeah yeah the drummer has to stay up with that yeah and played to the clown so to speak right you know and my my problem is if some of the clowns don't have the beat you know at one point they've got to give in like I said Morrison or even Dylan they'll set the tone but they've got to be steady themselves you know it's yeah otherwise it's just erratic but you know yeah guy like Dan's more I mean I had skill I had a lot of a lot of technical ability right feel yes cool so obviously his drums always sounded good yeah on the earlier on the other records even you know three years worth of music whatever I guess I would be who produced some Jack Holtzman was the producer did a good job Jekyll or now wait so no what was it Paul Rothchild yes yes yes I'm sorry Holtzman was he on the record company yeah yeah was that it was that chrysalis or chrysalis I think or just like yes that's a lecture a lecture weren't they on chrysalis though also I thought they were yeah maybe maybe chrysalis was a subsidiary but uh yeah Jack Holtzman's son is Adam Holtzman he's a keyboardist right now he plays with here we go Stephen Wilson but he does a little blog on Facebook and he talks about growing up and he was like six years old and his father brought him to a club to see the tour Wow at six years old he just talks about like yeah it's a great little blog Wow all right and four days later on January 8th Elvis Presley turned 32 on January 14th the human be in right the human be e -i -n human being takes place in San Francisco's Golden Gate Park polo fields with spoken words from Timothy Leary Allen Ginsberg Gary Snyder in others live music was provided by Jefferson Airplane the Grateful Dead Big Brother in the holding company and Quicksilver Messenger Service speeches from Jerry Rubin and others were also given at the event although it's one band there I liked yeah Quicksilver Messenger Service who was it on January 15th 1967 who is your favorite poet of all them I know you're not asking me Arthur Rimbaud who influenced Jim Morrison good answer good answer way to bring that first opening segment rough full circle we're getting better Scott we're good now you guys get a lot of good trust me I'm getting a lot of good feedback so let's keep it at that I don't want you son ask for more money and on January 15th 1967 the Rolling Stones appear on the Ed Sullivan show at Ed Sullivan's request finish it he asked them to let's spend sing let's spend some time together is that the one there you go yeah and then he told him a really big shoe I hate to do this I mean I come back on penalty box I don't say just he beat my record okay look he just got on the show after late and these are either he's stuck he's frozen put the dog nose back on where'd it go are you throw it at the camera like your headphones on January 16th 1967 the monkeys begin work on headquarters the first album to give them complete artistic and technical control over their material and it was fucking horrible fucking horrible what were they thinking they know they were thinking the egos got too big they thought they were the music well the argument can be made that you know Mike Nesmith did write different drum yeah so he could write songs but I don't think he was a pop songwriter you know headquarters and they try to be all fucking like 60 ish and shit they weren't looking for pop were they they're trying to be like more psychedelic yeah I think so there were their channel on the Beatles with those quirky little yeah with anti -grizzelles on that I don't know some weird shit I'll tell you what though I don't care about it myself but it was surely a harpsichord on it because that's what all those records had they had to have a harpsichord and I have the book this the 100 best -selling records of the 60s the monkeys got a they've had quite a few albums on there oh they do yeah they were they were but I mean I thought it was just a condensed period of the show which it probably was but it's still I mean they've got I mean most of their albums sold really well yeah yeah ah you like the show what's it is like the show I did I still like it I still love it I love that that that's so that humor is great like dumbed down brilliantly done though humor yeah way was what they were supposed to act like that yeah you know what I mean there was no like these guys are bad actors they knew exactly how to do that they pulled it off great it was campy it was great for its time it's still great to watch now yeah I do think that banana splits were a better band yeah that's I'll give you the banana splits were a kick -ass band yeah yeah kick -ass man did you see the movie recently came out it's a horror movie with the banana splits the banana splits movie it's a horror movie yeah yeah it takes place in an amusement park and they're they're robotic and in Dyson and slicing baby Dyson and slicing I have to say oh man that's yeah okay yeah Dyson and slicing it's good it's kids again campy movie but I couldn't not watch it yeah I have to say I'm sure Fleagle is a total psychopath well I'm not gonna give you any and no no no spoilers here those was it just Dyson and slicing on January 17 1967 the daily mail newspaper reports four thousand potholes in Blackburn Lancashire and Guinness air Tara Brown is killed in a car wreck these articles inspire lyrics for a day in the life a day in the life yes on January 22nd 1967 Simon and Garfunkel give live can't give a live concert at Phil harmonic Phil harmonic call in New York City some of this concert is released on October 4th 1997 on their box set old friends but most is not released until July 2002 that's some more okay January 29th mantra rock dance the quote ultimate high of the hippie era is organized at the Avalon Ballroom in San Francisco featuring Janis Joplin grateful dead big brother in the holding company for three Moby grape quirky that would've been interesting that's the best man that's the best as though for they're almost like the MC five kind of I think they were just kind of but they're they're a San Francisco band and beat poet once again Allen Ginsberg shows up to do his spoken word I heard he was a member of NAMBLA I wouldn't the National Association of Marlon Brando look -alikes I heard I'd someone I remember he actually he was a sponsor of NAMBLA but anyway on January 30th 1967 the Beatles shoot a promotional film for the forthcoming single strawberry fields forever at Noel Park in Seven Oaks have you seen it I have seen it I haven't seen it in a long time it's really cool yeah yeah it's kind of dark speaking of dark on February 3rd 1967 UK record producer Joe Meek murders is it his landlady and then commits suicide by shooting himself in the head in Holloway North in London it's kind of dark didn't he produce sleepwalk yes letter Telstar some early we talked we did it bit of a genius really yeah let's see February 7th Mickey Dolan's no let me stop February 6th Mike Nesmith and Mickey Dolan's of the monkeys fly into London Dolan sees till death do us part on British TV and uses the term Randy's scouse grit from the program for the title of the monkeys next single release Randy's scouse grit not releasing it is an offensive term Britain's British census forced the title to be changed to alternate title and then the next day Mickey Dolan's meets Paul McCartney at his home in st.
The Hill: Pressley Fires Back on Ramaswamy’s Comments
"It is deeply offensive and it is dangerous, said. she It's not that long ago that we were besieged by images of white supremacists carrying tiki torches in Charlottesville. It's not that long ago that a white supremacist mob seized the Capitol, waving Confederate flags and erecting nooses on the west lawn of the Capitol. Ramaswamy doubled Donald Trump's remarks toward Presley on CNN's State of the Union on Sunday, claiming that this assessment of her comments should spark an an open and honest discussion. He said we all agree the Klan was an awful organization that is a stain toxic in our national history, so given that, we can start from the point of agreement. Now that allows us to say, well, who actually sounds more like that organization today that people are for calling more racial discrimination on the basis of skin color, he said. In her response, she who black, was oh really, said she remains focused on pursuing racial justice in the US. And it goes on. Abraham Kindy, Director of the Center for Anti -Racist Research at Boston University, and a leading advocate for critical race theory, and I want to read from my book on page five, and he has written that quote, to say that there is widespread racial inequity caused by widespread racism, which makes the United States racist, isn't an opinion, isn't a partisan position, isn't a doctrine, isn't a left -wing construct, isn't anti -white, and isn't anti -American, it's a fact. And I write, CRT in fact scholars and activists dismiss all the societal efforts, economic programs, laws, court rulings, the even Civil War and the presidencies of Abraham Lincoln and Ulysses S. Grant,
Jake Tapper's "All the Demons Are Here" Is Flying Off Shelves
"Jake Tapper's got a brand new thriller out. This is it. All the demons are here. Welcome back, Jake. Good to have you back on the Hugh Hewitt Show. Congratulations. Another great thriller. Thank you so much, Hugh. It's great to be back. It is a very good read. It's also, I think, a very provocative metaphor. Am I right about that latter part? I think it's fair to say. Yeah, there are a couple of metaphors in there that are resonant to today's politics and today's news media situation, 100%. Even though the novel takes place in 1977, I played with some of the characters there and invented others to make it relevant to today. 1977 is my sweet spot, Jake. You're too young, but I lived that. I was a senior in college in 1977 and 78, so I lived all this stuff, including the blackout. And you got it pitch perfect. Who was your research advisor on 1977? Because you're too young. Well, I was eight, so I don't, it's true, I don't remember much. I remember The Gas Lines and Jimmy Carter and I remember Elvis dying, which was very sad to me because I was an Elvis fan. But as with all these books, you know, the first one, The Hellfire Club in 1954 and the second one, The Devil May Dance in 1962, I just dove into research from the time and, you know, Life Book of the Year, People Book of the, you know, Magazine of the Year, and read a lot and watched a lot of documentaries. Evel Knievel is a big character in the book, as you know. I watched a great documentary that Johnny Knoxville produced called Being Evil. Watched another great documentary about Elvis Presley called The King by Eugene Jarecki. And thankfully, 77 is recent enough that there's a lot of, there's a lot of documentary evidence and, you know, newspaper reports and stuff that's very accessible. And it was really fun. You know, my memory of 1977 is probably a lot lamer than your memory of 1977 because mine was just, you know, in my backyard. And I didn't know about the wild, you know, I knew of disco music, but I didn't know how wild Studio 54 was. I, you know, I knew, well, I didn't know about Summer of Sam and the Son of Sam Murders. My parents hid that from me. So it was a rediscovery of an era for me and it really was a very bizarre
Astros hang on after Ohtani's 2-run homer in 9th inning, beat Angels 5-4
"The Astros beat the angels 5 to four, but not before making it interesting in the 9th inning. Closer Ryan Presley allowed four straight hits, including a two run Homer to Shohei Ohtani before getting the last three outs and manager dusty baker was finally able to exhale. We held on, you never know which one's gonna be the winning run. And you know, it feels good to win a one run game. Christian Javier racked up 11 strikeouts over his 6 innings to earn his third win Griffin canning took the loss, he's now two in one. Mark Myers Anaheim.
Scott Presler: The Future of Our Country Is at Stake
"Let's bring in Scott Presley, the great Scott pressler and Scott, I want to talk to you about Wisconsin, but before we get to that, I have to ask you, man, you and I have known each other since 2016. We've been in this fight day in day out. Can you comment for us on what this historic week is for our country, the fact that it seems as though the entire establishment is doing everything they can to turn this movement and the man that the leader of this movement into a criminal. Why are they doing this? Well, I think they know that president Trump is a threat to their very existence. This isn't just Democrat or Republican. I mean, this is truly the deep state, the establishment at its core. This is keep it small. Keep it all. And Donald Trump and we as the American people are a threat to their control to their power. And that's why we have to stay in this movement and we can't give up and we have to put everything on the line going into 2024. The future of our countries at stake and as we've all said, there's nowhere else to run. This is it in the United States. We either fight for freedom here or we fail everywhere.
"presley" Discussed on SML Planning Minute
"Hello, this is Bill rinaldi, with another edition of security mutuals, SML planning. In today's episode, the sad case of Lisa Marie Presley earlier this year, the unexpected death of Lisa Marie Presley, Elvis only child, came as a shock to many people. She was only 54, she has three surviving children, her only son, Benjamin, died by suicide in 2020. The three daughters will inherit graceland, Elvis is famed a state in Memphis, but it's unclear what else is coming. Lisa Marie sold off 85% of her father's possessions, likeness, and publishing rights back in 2004. People were equally shocked to learn their Presley, who had inherited a $100 million when she turned 25 in 1993, had somehow managed to lose or squander most of what she had gotten. As always, with sad details of a shattered estate, there are lessons that we can all learn. Let's start with Lisa Marie's spending habits. It's a textbook example of what's known as the wealth effect. The wealth effect is a behavioral finance theory that people spend more money as the value of their assets rise. And that seems to be what happened to Lisa Marie starting with the 1993 inheritance. As the money dissipated, she was unable to cut back when she really needed to. According to published reports, a few years ago, Presley was spending $92,000 per month on her living expenses, with less than $1 million of liquid assets. Not to mention a significant reported debt to the IRS at a bitter custody battle with her fourth ex-husband. Her ex also alleged that Presley was behind on her $4600 a month in child support payments. And there were other planning mistakes. She appointed her mother and then business manager as trustees rather than hiring a professional fiduciary. That was until 2016, when she fired her mom and her manager, the point at her daughters, even though two of them were minors, and ended up suing the manager for mismanagement. But since her death, problems of surface with the 2016 document. For one thing, her mother Priscilla's attorneys have claimed that the amendment was neither witnessed nor notarized, and that Priscilla's name is misspelled. They also questioned the authenticity of Lisa Marie's signature. It also appears that she had a $10 million life insurance policy that laughs, presumably for non payment. And there is the question of what happened to the proceeds of the trust that terminated in 1993. According to legal experts, the money would likely have been better protected had it been set up for an older age distribution or even for Lisa Marie's lifetime. At Elvis doneness, more of the money he earned would have stayed in the family. All of this will likely lead to years of expensive litigation and hurt feelings. And much of it could have been avoided with more careful planning and a little bit of spending discipline this podcast is brought to you by security mutual life insurance company of New York. The company that cares. The content provided is intended for educational and informational purposes only. Information is provided in good faith. However, the company makes no representation or warranty of any kind regarding the accuracy, reliability, or completeness of the information. The information presented is designed to provide general information regarding the subject matter covered. It.
Arthur Aidala: 'Never Play Politics With People's Lives'
"Arthur idala is one of the best lawyers in America. He's a New York City trial attorney, joins us from New York City where I will be in just a few hours to cover all of this next week in Lower Manhattan. What size free Trump T-shirt should I get you? Should I order you counselor? Well, I'm thinking it's probably going to, this is going to plot in the phrase Trump Frank Sinatra's mugshot, which is a pretty popular mug shot for decades, but I think Elvis Presley's got one out there as well. Look, I've lived in this world. I grew up in this world. My dad was an assistant district attorney in the Manhattan DA's office under the DA who was called Frank Hogan. He was there for three decades plus. And, you know, Frank Hogan had an expression and he said, never play politics with people's lives. And in this particular case, Alvin Bragg is not just playing politics with Donald Trump's life. He's playing politics with the American lives because on so many levels. But on the most obvious one is people may want to vote for him for president of the United States. Now this does not eliminate him from running for president of the United States. What it definitely puts up speed bump in his path. If anyone could turn lemons into lemonade, there's no one better at it than Donald Trump. He'll figure out as you just said, some way to make this mug shot into something positive for his reelection. But it's just not how the system is supposed to work, Mike. And that's the bummer of this hope.
Pat Boone Has Always Been a Beacon of Wholesomeness
"Fascinating that at that young age, you were presented as this image of a wholesomeness and already in the 50s. Look, this is just the way of the world. The dark side is always attractive. And people don't understand what they're getting into. You know, you kind of think like, wow, Elvis Presley, the idea that he died of a drug overdose bloated Iraq at age 42. It breaks your heart. How many of those people they trod that path? And they died so young whether they were talking to Jimi Hendrix or anybody, any name, you know, Jim Morrison. I mean, on and on and on and on and you represent it obviously something very, very different. And The Rolling Stones and even The Beatles, if they were experimenting with drugs, they were very wealthy, and they could go to Switzerland and then have their blood transfused. Yes, Keith Richards famously had to get a blood transfusion because he was so loaded up with drugs. He's like, not a problem. I'll just go to some clinic in Switzerland, and we'll take care of that. Yeah, but kids were dying by the thousands following examples with the drugs that they couldn't afford to have their blood transfused. And people weren't even making well, there was a connection, but I mean, you know, you couldn't blame them for just sinking in their songs and living their lives the way they wanted to. But the fallout from it was too bad. It was very unfortunate. And of course, here I was had four daughters living in Beverly Hills and going to church regularly and riding bestselling books of Christian principles. And yet having rock and roll records at the same time. And so I was okay.
"presley" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Alongside Elvis Presley in girls girls girls. Her son confirmed Steven's death to deadline saying she died following a battle with Alzheimer's disease. I'm Scott Carr. And I'm Susanna Palmer in the Bloomberg newsroom. Abbott Laboratories is facing another probe into its role in last year's baby formula shortage that left millions of American families scrambling for vital nutrition for their infants. According to a financial statement filed Friday with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, Abbott received a civil investigative demand last month from the U.S. Federal Trade Commission, seeking information in connection with its probe of companies that participate in bids for formula contracts. The investigation could lead to a lawsuit by the FTC. Former treasury secretary Larry summers said that the Federal Reserve's monetary tightening to date is having a limited impact. He says policymakers may have to do more than they had thought over a longer term to crush inflation. It raises the possibility that we're not landing at a terminal rate, sometime in the next several months, or that we're going to have to go back to hitting the brakes harder by more than 25 basis points. Some are spoke with David Westin on Bloomberg, Wall Street week. Vince McMahon is looking to get as much as $9 billion in a potential sale of world wrestling entertainment the company he returned to run this year all add according to people familiar with his thinking. The company has already received offers said the people who requested not to be identified because the discussions are private, WWE declined to comment. Sources tell Bloomberg Tesla has been weighing a takeover of battery metals minor sigma lithium. We get more about that from Bloomberg's trolley pellet. It comes amid rampant demand for the metal that's used in electric vehicle batteries. Those sources say the EV maker run by Elon Musk has been speaking with potential advisers about a bid. Another source says sigma lithium is one of multiple mining options that Tesla is exploring as it malls its own refining. Charlie pellet Bloomberg radio. JetBlue Airways is preparing for a possible lawsuit from the U.S. Justice Department seeking to block the merger with spirit airlines. While antitrust authorities haven't yet revealed whether they plan to take action to prevent the deal, JetBlue chief executive officer Robin Hayes said the company's legal team is ready to fight back if necessary. And he made the case for the deal. When JetBlue flies on the market, fairs come down and service improves. We were the first airline to put life to you in the back of the seats. We've had free Wi-Fi for ten years. We have the most legroom in coach. We don't overbook flights. And we offer low fares. No one else is doing all of that. And so with the merger with spirit, we'll just be able to do that to a lot more places more quickly. Hey, is there speaking yesterday on Bloomberg television? Global news 24 hours a day on air powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts and over 120 countries. I'm Susanna Palmer. This is Bloomberg
"presley" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"There's no indication that Riley Keough intends to fight her grandmother's challenge to the will, but I'm just curious if there would be any way for her to contest her grandmother being a co trustee. Right now, the only way that she could really argue that Priscilla was not an appropriate trustee is that she had some sort of proof or evidence that she couldn't be fair and impartial to her that she wouldn't be acting in her best interest. From a trust lawyer's perspective, Priscilla Presley has done a pretty amazing job of revising the Elvis Presley estate. There's a lot of case law and a lot of things that happened with that of state that isn't essentially broke at one time. And so she's got a lot of experience. So I think having a co truste that can at least educate the new trustee who has an historically been involved in the business dealings is a really important thing to have in the transition along the way because it finally were to just take over and doesn't have the business experience and the knowledge of what is required to keep the museums and graceland and all of those things afloat, the estate could dwindle down back to nothing. And I think with these minor beneficiaries, the other daughters that are also beneficiaries, I think that a court would be concerned putting somebody who is young and doesn't have any business experience to take this over when there's other people that have a stake in us. Thanks, Sarah. That's Sarah wince of Fox Rothschild. And that's it for this edition of the Bloomberg law show. I'm June Grasso. Stay with us. Today's top stories and global business headlines are coming up right now. Broadcasting 24 hours a day at Bloomberg dot com and the Bloomberg business app. This is Bloomberg radio. Top 5 administration officials say the U.S. Military downed another high altitude object that flew over American airspace. Out of an abundance of caution and the recommendation of The Pentagon. President Biden ordered the military to down the object. And they did, and it came to an inside our territorial waters. Those waters right now are frozen. National Security Council spokesman John Kirby says the Department of Defense tracked the object over Alaska. It's not clear where it originated from at this time. It comes as the U.S. down to Chinese surveillance balloon last week. The death toll from the earthquake in turkey and Syria has now topped 24,000 authorities say over 20,000 of those victims were in southwest turkey, where rescue crews continue to search for survivors, still alive in the rubble. On Saturday, search crews in turkey say they found two women alive, who had been trapped under a collapsed building for days. Pennsylvania senator John fetterman is being released from a Washington D.C. hospital, following a health scare earlier this week, Brian shook has more. The Democrats said he felt light headed during the Senate democratic retreat Wednesday with a spokesman saying test showed no signs he suffered a seizure or second stroke in less than a year. Fetterman's communications director says he will be back at the capitol when the Senate reconvenes on Monday. I'm Brian shook. President Biden is traveling to Poland this month ahead of the one year anniversary of the war in Ukraine. White House press secretary karine Jean Pierre says Biden will visit the country that borders Ukraine on February 20th through the 22nd. He'll deliver remarks on how the U.S. has rallied international support for Ukraine to defend itself against Russia. SpaceX is planning to send more Starlink satellites into orbit this weekend. As if the weather cooperates, the private space company has a launch scheduled for just after midnight Sunday morning at cape canaveral Space Force station, but launch conditions right now are only a 20% go. I'm Brad Siegel. There are some questions about proper tipping etiquette after the pandemic ushered in a new tipping culture, Aaron real has more. Tipping culture has certainly changed post pandemic, but experts say one situation in which you should not be compelled to tip relates to that automated kiosk. There shouldn't be this pressure on customers they say. Examples of this, ordering it to go cup a coffee or picking up a takeout order. In this case, financial and etiquette experts say 20% is not the new minimum and a simple round up to the dollar is sufficient. Folks who do deserve the 20% tip waitstaff taxi drivers and salon workers. These are all examples of jobs that rely on tips, customers should consider each of them an independent contractor that they are hiring for the moment. But at the end of the day, tip what you can depending on your own finances. Revised figure show, consumer price is actually rose slightly instead of falling in December. Lisa Taylor reports. The Labor Department says the consumer price index edged up a tenth of a percent rather than slipping a fraction as previously reported data for November was also revised to show the CPI increasing two tenths of a percent, which is double the earlier estimate. There was no change in the government's yearly data. I'm Lisa Taylor. Consumer sentiment is slightly higher for the third straight month. The University of Michigan's early reading for February edged up a point and a half from last month, high prices continue to weigh on consumers despite the recent decline in inflation. The survey noted sentiment remains more than 20% below its historical average since 1978. It suggests consumers are likely to be more cautious about spending in the months ahead. Mardi Gras kicks into high gear this weekend, but the parades are rolling at a time when New Orleans is facing a policeman power shortage. The number of officers wearing the badge is at a historic low level. That's led to concerns about security during carnival season, nearly 200 officers from 13 agencies have answered the call to help. They'll be flooding the French Quarter along with more than 100 Louisiana state police
"presley" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Cultural icon instantly recognizable to generations of music fans. His former home graceland was declared a national historic monument, hosting half a million people every year, and more than 45 years after his death, Elvis earns tens of millions of dollars a year. A recent biopic has put his name and legacy back in the mainstream. Unfortunately so has the death of his only child, Lisa Marie Presley at the age of 54. Her mother, Priscilla Presley, spoke at her daughter's funeral at graceland. Our heart is brokenly sunk. We all love you. Now Priscilla Presley is challenging the validity of her daughter's will, specifically a 2016 amendment to the document that ousted Priscilla and a former business manager Barry Siegel as co trustees, replacing them with Lisa Marie's eldest daughter Riley Keough and her late son, Benjamin keough. Claims there are several problems with the amendment, including a mismatched signature. Joining me is trust in a state's attorney Sarah Wentz, a partner at Fox Rothschild, Sarah, Priscilla Presley, said she found this amendment, which is dated in March of 2016 after her daughter's death. Is it unusual that, after all these years, no one has talked about this and all of a sudden she finds this? It is. And I think that it probably indicates that there is a decision not to make it effective, because if she really did sinus, and I think there's a lot of questions about whether it was for signature and whether the document that was prepared was signed because there's no provisions on the signature pages. But if she really did sign it, the way that her trust was created that was fully amended and stated in 2010, it said that delivery to the trustees was required to make a change effective. So it indicates that she never delivered it. And she clearly knew that her mom and very civil were serving as the trustees. So I think the court would look at it and say, well, she must have known or decided against it and which is why she didn't deliver it. I think it's hard to argue that she intended it to be a factor. But then held on to it all these years. There are several things that Priscilla Presley alleges were, problematic with this amendment, just tell us what they are. Yeah, I think the first thing is really what I just explained that if you create a trust document and you state that there's a specific way in which it must be amended, then that is the exact and only way that the truck can be amended. And there's a lot of ways that a trust can be amended if you don't have that language in there. But the primary question is, if it says that it has to be amended in a particular way, which includes effective delivery to the existing trustees of the change. Then a court will generally just say it's not effective, no matter if she's signed it if she intended it to be the case. If she didn't effectively deliver it to the trustees, then she didn't do what she herself wrote in the trust document was required. But that's the first issue. The court just stops there and says it's not effective. They probably won't go any further to look at the other issues. But I think the second issue is there's a presumption that if you don't have any witnesses and any notary and there's a signature on a page that has no content of the rest of the document that it's possible there was some sort of fraud involved. I mean, it's not unusual that there's signature page maybe doesn't have substantive language on it, but to also have it not witnessed, did not notarize plus to have that separate signature page with nothing on it. I think that creates a problem for them. Maybe if there was no question about this trust, that could possibly pass because it's not required to have witnesses in an artery on a truck amendment unless the trust required it to is just that it's really sucked back given the situation. It does seem unusual that Lisa Marie was battling with Barry Siegel, who was listed as a co trustee, since 2018, and so it seems logical that she wouldn't want him to be a co trustee. Right. And somewhere in the documents indicated that he was going to be stepping down as trustee. So maybe that was an agreement that they had reached, but you're right. If you're battling with somebody and remember, this is a revocable trust, so this is a trust that she could have 100% changed at any time, as long as she did it in the right way. It's unusual that he would have continued to serve during those years when they were having that dispute. I don't really know the background on that, but that is totally unusual. Lisa Marie is survived by three daughters, Riley Keough, whose 33 and twin girls who are 14. So what is Priscilla's petition say that Riley would be substituted for singer as a trustee. It is petition on page 6 where it says that since Raleigh's over the age of 30, she could access the coast trustee on her subtract upon delivering a written instrument to the trustee consenting that she acts. So it sounds like the trust creates a share for each of the children and then over their particular subtract they could become at it as a cultural C at age 30, which is somewhat normal if you have minor children or younger children. There's been no common from Riley about her grandmother's challenge to the will, but just suppose that Riley doesn't want to serve as co trustee. What kind of problems would that cause? I don't think she's going to have much of a choice, you know, based on this document. And from a trust lawyer's perspective, Priscilla Presley has done a pretty amazing job of revising the Elvis Presley estate. There's a lot of case law and a lot of things that happened with that of state that
Pew Research: Black Americans Did Not Have Trouble Voting in Georgia
"A few months after the Jim Crow two laws in Georgia were put in place And we have a brand new Pew Research poll here written by my colleague Spencer Brown over at town hall again town hall knocking it out of the park You remember that those laws actually compelled Major League Baseball in one of the most disgraceful things you will ever see They pulled the All-Star Game out of Atlanta In response to the election integrity laws that were put in place Coca-Cola longtime corporate headquarters in Atlanta spoke out against an American Airlines Delta Air Lines United Airlines all spoke against it Jim Crow two Well Pew Research poll is in So what actually happened in George's election that just happened under Jim Crow two Election integrity election security you know laws that make it harder to cheat but still make it easier to vote Number one the turnout was through the roof We already know that we saw that But even more than that what percentage of black voters had trouble voting in Georgia in 2022 What percentage Was it 5% of black voters said that they had obstacles in their way 10% 2% 3% How about 0% Have you ever seen a poll where the answer is 0% You could ask Americans If Elvis Presley is alive And you'll get more than 0% to say you betcha he's alive
"presley" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Elvis daughter will be held Sunday morning at the Memphis mansion, Presley will be buried at the site's meditation garden near Elvis, her son, and Elvis parents, fans will be able to view the gravesite following the memorial service Pressley died last week at the age of 54. Avengers star Jeremy Renner is giving a health update after a New Year's Day snowplow accident that sent him to the hospital for more than two weeks. He took to Instagram to thank fans for their support, as well as revealed that he broke 30 plus bones in the incident. Renner was crushed on a vehicle known as a snow cat while clearing snow from the driveway near as Nevada home. He went on to say that his focus is now on getting stronger. The actor is known for playing superhero archer Hawkeye in the marvel movie and TV universe. An investigation is underway in Michigan after residents there found marshmallows containing fish hooks, tax and other objects on their property, pet owner, Kathy Curtis expressed her concern. Now we have to worry about nails and in food. It's terrible. Police in Farmington Hills just outside of Detroit say the first incident was reported back in May, but two other reports came in earlier this week. The atoms are being left to attract pets and wildlife, but so far, no one has been harmed. Well, it's the 25th anniversary of the first major political scandal to break in the age of the Internet Americans woke up in 1998 to learn of the alleged affair between then president Bill Clinton and White House intern Monica Lewinsky, the story was leaked online by the judge report in the wake of the scandal Clinton denied any involvement with Lewinsky at first, including testifying in front of a grand jury, but later admitted to the relationship, the scandal culminated in his impeachment trial that was halted in the Senate, Lewinsky also marked the anniversary with a self penned article in Vanity Fair joking that as the years pass, once test and partners gets better. She also wrote about the importance of getting comfortable with the art of the mistake. I'm Chris coraggio
"presley" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Daughter will be held Sunday morning at the Memphis mansion, Presley will be buried at the site's meditation garden near Elvis, her son, and Elvis parents, fans will be able to view the gravesite following the memorial service Presley died last week at the age of 54, Avengers star Jeremy Renner is giving a health update after a New Year's Day snowplow accident that sent him to the hospital for more than two weeks. He took to Instagram to thank fans for their support, as well as revealed that he broke 30 plus bones in the incident. Renner was crushed on a vehicle known as a snow cat while clearing snow from the driveway near as Nevada home. He went on to say that his focus is now on getting stronger. The actor is known for playing superhero archer Hawkeye in the marvel movie and TV universe. An investigation is underway in Michigan after residents there found marshmallows containing fish hooks, tax and other objects on their property. Pet owner, Kathy Curtis expressed her concern. Now we have to worry about nails and food. It's terrible. Police in Farmington Hills just outside of Detroit say the first incident was reported back in May, but two other reports came in earlier this week. The items are being left to attract pets and wildlife, but so far, no one has been harmed. Well, it's the 25th anniversary of the first major political scandal to break in the age of the Internet Americans woke up in 1998 to learn of the alleged affair between then president Bill Clinton and White House intern Monica Lewinsky, the story was leaked online by the drudge report in the wake of the scandal Clinton denied any involvement with Lewinsky at first, including testifying in front of a grand jury, but later admitted to the relationship, the scandal culminated in his impeachment trial that was halted in the Senate, Lewinsky also marked the anniversary with a self penned article in Vanity Fair joking that as the years pass, once test and partners gets better. She also wrote about the importance of getting comfortable with the art of the mistake. I'm Chris coraggio
"presley" Discussed on THE EMBC NETWORK
"In real time, you can see them on talk shows, you can see them on a whole bunch of, you can just, they're very accessible to at least view, you know, whereas back in 1983, you only got to see them on MTV. Yes. And if you were lucky enough to be able to buy a ticket to go see Michael Jackson. And the award shows. Right. So the award shows were massive when Michael Jackson would come out on the Grammys or whatever and perform the world stopped. I was just like, I am going to be out tonight. Everybody's running home to go watch Michael Jackson, you know? Because it was the only time that we got to see. The guys that we want to see, you know. So that was my number, my number 5. Cool, cool, absolutely. All right, so my number four my number four is actually one that we went over this list is the Michael Jackson Paul McCartney say, say say. Ah. Again, that's funny how I heard that today. And I was thinking about it and I was like, oh, look at that, it's on my list. But again, the video was very entertaining. It's a lot of fun to watch them interact. And just all the things that they do, like dress like clowns and they're doing all these things. But you know, it's a beautiful collaboration between them too. Again, you don't see these. You don't see a lot of that stuff like that. The way the way they did it, at least today, you know what I mean? Yeah, it was funny because you hear stories about Michael Jackson and later on they had a little bit of they had I know they had a Brian. Thank you very much. Mine is welcome. Thank you, sir. Loads of new background. Thank you. Appreciate it. But they had a little bit of something because Michael Jackson went to Paul and he was like, he goes, I'm going to own your music. What are you talking about? And he ended up doing that, you know, but he did get his stuff back. And stuff. But, you know, people don't realize that Michael Jackson was also a very, very shrewd businessman as well. Yes. Very knew what he wanted and just got it, you know? And Paul admitted that The Beatles were very naive about their music. Well, yeah. Well, you know, we're looking at the 60s where, remember, money did not come into music till the 50s when Elvis Presley Presley showed you can make a $1 million with music and people are like, oh wait a minute, I always did that and there were other artists at that during that time as well. But Elvis was the one that really just blew it out of the water. And in The Beatles, of course, took it to another level.
Bill O'Reilly: The Unknown Dangers of Fame
"Well I do want to start with this because there's been so much going on and actually this book kind of is very relatable to events going on killing the legends the lethal danger of celebrity See that happening with Kanye West among others Incredible that when people become famous their whole lives obviously change And they become targets But in ways that many don't understand So killing the legends about Elvis Presley John Lennon and Muhammad Ali all of whom changed American culture We live today in a way that is defined by these three men in part And it's an amazing historical story People said look this is your 12 killing book all the others killing Lincoln killing your rising sun Big events Now you're going into cultural history But the history is so intense and people don't understand how celebrity can destroy you if you don't understand what's going on And let me make this personal to you Mark Levin You're famous Okay Everyone knows you Everybody knows me And because of that there are benefits but there are deficits And I think you following your career over the years understood quite readily that you could not make yourself available in a casual way And so people don't know about what you do where you are you do some book signings and that kind of thing But in you correct me if I'm wrong you understand there is a danger And looking at this is true Look at Nancy Pelosi okay And you can just every you can just stare step it There are legions of famous people
Debra Winger Quit 'a League of Their Own'
"A hollywood actress is coming for. Madonna debra. Winger everyone gets you. We'll says she quit a league of their own because of the material girl. Deborah was set to play gena davis his role but she told the telegraph that she thought madonna getting cast. Return movie into an elvis presley film. So she bought out. Don't worry she got her. When deborah was asked about madonna's performance in the movie. She pulled her petty lever and said i think her acting career has spoken for itself.
Infrastructure Bill Offers Once in a Generation Investment in Climate Resilience
"To meet the moment to be responding to the needs of the people we have to be bold. And we can't tink worth the edges. I'm mpr chief meteorologist. Paul hutton here. And that was massachusetts democrat on presley. Talking about the bipartisan infrastructure. Bill that passed the senate this week. It now heads to the house where presley and her progressive colleagues say. It isn't bold enough on climate change especially on the heels of this week's dire warning in the un climate report but while some say it doesn't do enough to reduce emissions. It does offer billions to help the country prepare for the effects of climate change. Forbes tompkins manages efforts for flood prepared communities with the pew charitable trust and joins us now. Hi forbes welcome to climate cast i paul. Thanks for having me. So what do you see in this bill. That can help address. Climate change altogether. This bill really marks potentially a once in a generation investment in climate adaptation and resilience in particular. There's a focus on transportation and it's going to open up An abundance of resources for communities to develop new plans to implement new projects that can better prepare themselves for flooding and other types of disasters. So let's focus on the flooding aspect a little bit. I know you work a lot in that area. What are you seeing in there. That you think can have short term impact One of them is called the building resilient infrastructure and communities program and this bill would infuse a billion dollars into the program immediately and it would allow communities to support. You know any type of hazard mitigation projects That can help them reduce their risk that they face from disasters the second piece specific the flooding is also a second infusion for fema flood mitigation assistance program that provides financial and technical assistance to states localities for projects to reduce the risk of repetitive flood damage to properties and buildings insured by the national flood insurance
Biden Administration Extends Student Loan Repayment Pause
"Today. It is extending once again the pause on federal student loan payments this time through the end of January. As NPR's Claire Lombardo reports. The payments were set to resume on October 1st federal student loan payments, interests and collections have all been on hold since the start of the pandemic first, thanks to the cares act. Then due to extensions from former President Trump and President Biden. Democrats, including Senator Elizabeth Warren and Congresswoman Ayanna Presley had urged the Biden administration to extend the moratorium through at least march of next year. The Education Department's announcement caused this latest extension through January. 31st the final one. Claire Lombardo. NPR
When Pat Boone Met Elvis Presley
"Brooklyn high school. This is the fifties you are the big star. You've got three major hits on the charts you perform a brooklyn high three thousand kids and you're opening act is a nobody named elvis aaron presley. Yeah whatever happened to that guy. Well he's around no memory. He's not around a personally but anyway bill randle knew that sun records on which elvis had made one record had been sold to. Rca victor or they had sold the contract or elvis presley to rca. Victor and he hadn't even made a record yet for rca. His first record was heartbreak hotel but he hadn't recorded it yet. What he had recorded was one song to songs. On both sides of a record on sun records out of memphis a little label down there south and was recording not recording but performing on the louisiana hayride a radio show like the grand opera but outta shreveport louisiana louisiana hayride and And so a bill. Randle ask him and got elvis. Whoever was managing to come to cleveland so he could be introduced to the to the teen audience at salk where i was the headliner and going to perform and when he picked me up at the airport bill randle. He's he said is gonna come up from shreveport to to open the program for you tonight and named an a. He's a any told me who who was. What's his name. He said elvis presley. You haven't heard of him. And i said no i have. I heard a record of is on the jukebox in dallas. But i said bill. He's a hillbilly. I mean this was a bill. Monroe song blue moon of kentucky. Keep on shine and it's not rock and roll. I said is going to go over. Well tonight he said well we'll find out because he knew that he'd been signed. Rca victor was excited about this newcomer. So but i was backstage at high school when elvis and his entourage of about three guys came in lamar fi. Thank charlie hodge. Maybe one of his musicians to musicians. And so elvis walked in and his collar turned up his hair long. And kinda grease in then over too long but slipped back in his pants long over some scuffed up white. Black shoes said hi elvis. I'm pat boone's mention and any extended his hand but he didn't shake hands. Just let me shake his hand. Nobody his mom and daddy hadn't instructed him. How a man shakes as he disliked you shake
Cuba Validates Why 'American Marxism' Is Needed
"Because tomorrow there out I don't know how many are going to wind up being sold tomorrow, but we already know there's over a quarter of a million. I want you to get a first edition. And in order to get a first edition, you have to pre order pretty much Um and then you can give them to your kids and your grandkids and other people because we're going to spend some time on this. It's too important just to look at my book and move along here. And you can see how it it's sort of insinuates itself and so many things that are going on here. Look at Cuba. Think of what's going on in Cuba. Cuba is supposed to be one of these utopias. Where everybody is equal. Everybody is taken care of by the government. Everybody get something for free. The people are starving. There is no health care. There's no medicine. There's a reason why Bernie Sanders has for so long and so many years applauded Cuba. There's a reason why AOC And Bush. And Taliban, Omar and Presley and the others are not denouncing Cuba. Because the American Marxists because they agree with that Cuba is
Imagine How Pure We Could Be Without Instant Feedback
"I was watching an elvis presley documentary on netflix yesterday. And i think it was bruce springsteen who made the observation that elvis's early stuff like he's really really early stuff was truly special because it was pure and it was free at that point. He hadn't really heard himself on the radio very much and so he wasn't totally aware of what he was doing and how he was sounding he wasn't self conscious about it but of course as he hurt himself more he starts to analyze that more and review his performances more. And so you lose that spontaneity. You lose that purity. And what i found interesting about that was that we leave today. In a world of instant feedback and we sort of think that instant is good that that constant analytics of the data that we've got is great but maybe if you take the overtures example. Maybe it's actually holding us back. Maybe it's actually preventing us being pure us. And i think there's probably something in that
Republicans to Introduce Censor Resolution Against the Squad for Contributing to Anti-Semitic Attacks
"Group of Republicans This is from Breitbart will introduce a sensor resolution to condemn and censure the so called squad. For defending foreign terrorist organizations and using rhetoric, which contributed anti Semitic attacks across the United States. Now you would think this is not controversial. We're talking, of course about centering Omar. An AOC and Talib and Presley. But it is controversial because this is the heart and soul of the Democrat Party. And the Republicans. The group has led by Michael Waltz of Florida. Good guy Jim Banks, Indiana. Claudia, attending New York. She's great to remember they tried to steal the race from her. The resolution says the squad members of defended foreign terrorist or I didn't hear the attorney general talk about this. I didn't hear that fake phony fraud. Merrick Garland talk about this. As the late great Bob Grant would say. The central resolution says the squad members have defended foreign terrorist organizations. And inciting anti Semitic attacks across the United States. And so forth. The group of Republicans wrote in the resolution that Talib has accused the Israeli government ethnic cleansing and claimed Israel was promoting racism and the human humanization. The resolution meant his Omar calling the Israel military response to Hamas strikes an act of terrorism rather than self defense. She also accused the United States are backing crimes against humanity. This is why Judy Jazz, Ceron. I want you to listen media it. Your low IQ Cuba phones, media matters you low I Cuba phones. Paid for him bought for This is a jihadi wing of the Democratic Party. Most Muslims do not conduct themselves this way.
"presley" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM
"31. This week number 28 What you know about love, Pop smoke. We're inside your top. 30 and Josh 685 says his sound is a combination of the old island jams. His father used to strum on the guitar on the music he grew up listening to which is mostly Elvis Presley and West Coast rap. Ah, here he is with Jason Derulo Savage Love 27. If I won't go where? I don't know how to do, it could be two for everything. Let you usually don't be silent before turning violent past. You gotta keep it may come back to back. I just found out the only reason that you love in me wants to get back. What? You owe me a shovel. But before you leave, usually never never even down. We should take it for the idea that every night every they're sure to make you say Bunch seven. There's somebody somebody breaks You're looking like to lend you bunch of sad video when you just may. I know you don't get you, but I still want that. Did you kill you? Maybe because we get around one e wanna look it now usually don't be filing deciding violent past you. Make him Miss Man. Obama Cash come every night and every day your two biggest a bachelor said somebody did somebody break job looking like to arrange a bunch of sad video when you just may. I know you don't get too but I still want that Just You could. You could just you know you Let's just say I know you don't get it, but I still don't understand Just how you like me. 27 Savage love Josh 65 Jason Derulo on 18 40. Musical. The musical.
"presley" Discussed on KTOK
"And most people are none. The wiser. What? Take the Wizard of Oz in your favorite scene? Judy Garland was almost certainly being starved to death and pumped full of barbiturates. The king himself Elvis Presley was obsessed with death. Maryland Monroe may have been murdered and diamonds killed people too. In the most Shirley temples, father stole her money. Most charitable donations go towards administration, not the cause and football causes more deaths than shark attacks. From the space race to the Wizard of Oz. There might just be a dark side to everything and on park casts newest original show the dark side of We Pull back the curtain. Playing the groundwork timely Scylla. Sarah Fox News White House Press secretary Jen Psaki, holding her first news conference tonight, laying out some of the actions President Biden took his first day in office in 19 pandemic has triggered an almost unprecedented Housing affordability crisis. He took immediate action to confront the crisis and asked relevant agencies to extend nationwide moratoriums on evictions and for closure. And she said President Biden took swift action on climate change. This order protects our nation's treasures Spirit, reviewing the boundaries for several national monuments, places a temporary moratorium on all oil and natural gas leasing in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge and re establishes the interagency working group on the social call. Lost a greenhouse gasses and Saki said Biden is committed to ending new oil and gas leasing on federal land. President Biden is also signed an order requiring mask wearing in federal buildings. The Department of Homeland Security has suspended all new enrollments in a program where tens of thousands of migrants had to wait in Mexico for asylum hearings in the U. S. The program will and current covert 19 non essential travel restrictions will remain in place President Biden's Warren several Cabinet appointees via video conference this evening, but he did give them a stark warnings You ever worked with. May and I hear you treat another colleague with disrespect. Talk down to someone. I promise you. I will fire you on the spot. On the spot. No way fans air but side went on to say everyone deserves to be treated with decency and dignity. Something he said, has been missing the last four years. Tom Hanks hosting Tonight's celebration in Washington, D C. Saying this day is about witnessing the permanence of American ideals. Tonight features celebrities reading the words of Qi historical presidents and several musical performances. America is listening to Fox.
"presley" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Jennifer Keiper explains. Doing another model can't make it to Tennessee to tour of Graceland because of the cove in 19 pandemic for $100, the home of Elvis Presley is offering live online to our tour's starting on January 27th. Graceland says online visitors will be able to see inside the home and it's meditation garden where the king is buried. You'll also get to see the late performers jet and take a virtual stroll through the entertainment complex. Jennifer Keiper CBS News It's 4 27. What if you could build a six figure retirement income in just five payments? You heard that right and just five payments? You could set up a six figure retirement cash flow for as long as you live, a best selling author break kitchen with wealth beyond Wall Street, and right now there's a retirement crisis in America. Because the pension system of old has been raided and destroyed, and social Security is already running out of money. But most Americans were shocked to find out they would need to save over $2.5 million to have $100,000 income in retirement. A new approach is required to solve this crisis. That's why this Revolutionary New Five Payment retirement program was released, allowing everyday Americans to use bank money to create a retirement cash flow without relying on social security or pensions, even people who are on track Have shifted money to this new strategy because it accelerates the amount they will have a retirement or can allow them to stop working years sooner. So if you're over 50 years old, I want to build a bigger, better retirement in just five payments. Call 805 70 98 98 Now to see if you qualify. Plus as a free bonus, you'll get the six figure retirement acceleration, Guide and video call 805 +70 98 98. That's 1 805 +70 98 98 105 +70 98 98 I do believe the economy will rebound, but we just have to stay. Of course. Yes, well, Senator, I don't think you understand what's at stake do you say safe? McCann's s a top plastic tips teriyaki tenderloin ground chuck peel, chopped and chopped sirloin porterhouse alien eats chicken cutlet water Treat from post op around shortcut by the pound Knockwurst bratwurst, liverwurst to sort of fish motivation was over you One more time. Top plastic tips. Terry accident, All right, That's enough. McKinnon's markets Denver's ever at Portsmouth in Salem, New Hampshire. How can I get some financial stability in my life? I'm.
"presley" Discussed on WBAP 820AM
"Com Deviants Socialists. Said the following I Ana Presley. There needs to be unrest in the streets. Her Twitter account is still Active. Camilla Harris. Protesters should not let up. This is in the wake of be lemon antifa riots. As they killed and beat and looted. And burned their way through our streets. Camilla Harris. Joe Biden's picked to be VP said protesters should not let up. Maxine Waters, If you see so anybody in that cabinet in a restaurant in department store At a gasoline station. You get out and create a crowd. And you push back on them, and you tell them they're not welcome anymore anywhere. Just exactly the same terminology and Burbage that President Trump used Her Twitter account is still up. Nancy Pelosi. I just don't know why there aren't uprisings all over the country. Maybe there will be Her Twitter account is still active now what? What is the difference between what those people said and what President Trump said. The only difference is their politics. These people are anti American status. Tse And that's why they're allowed to be on Twitter folks. It's fine. Twitter is unfair and we all see it. We all know it. That's why that's why I left over a year ago. Being anti American is protected in America. You could be an anti American company. I just choose not to do business with anti American companies where I draw the line is when those anti American companies collude. To destroy pro American companies. Which is what is being done to parlor. The sad news is because of the Republican Party's timidity. They can't do a damn thing on the national level. Not a damn thing all they're all gonna Karpin moan and well, I mean, I hear Mitt Romney's just elated as all get out. And, uh, Adam kissing her. We're adding kissed Adam kissed butter. That's what he did The AOC This man couldn't wait to kiss a docs but in turn on Trump And you and me effectively. So anyway, um These unfair business practices cannot be supported. President Trump's saw this. He wanted section 2 30 repealed and revised. The milk toast. Republicans didn't act. Guess what they got what they deserved. And of course, their failure harms you and me, So what we've got to do is to bolster Texas. Turn, Uh, anti Americanism, anti capitalism, anti free enterprise into something that benefits us. And I think we could do that date feeling will be along at a quarter after Ah! To address that. Meantime, outta McKinney, Tom Welcome to sell Saito show. Good morning, Chris. How are you this morning? A little on edge. Just got to say okay. I get that, um two points to make the first one. Um, I sort of picked up from Bill. You're old news, half hour and on the hour newscast almost sounded. They come straight from CNN. And if you want to come in about that greatness, you don't that's OK as well. 0.2. I want to know when the Impeachment proceedings. You think Begin on Biden in Harris. You're absolutely right. If you look at their YouTube accounts they basically advocated for continue them rioting back last summer. I'm not going to be pushing for Biden's impeachment. And I'll tell you why I want him to the next four years to open up his big mouth and stick his foot in it for four years. He's a he's a boob is a nincompoop. We all know it, and I want his racism his before honoree to reflect on every single liberal Democrat in and out of the media and every single little Democrat in this country. So we can say that they're all just like him the way they do with us. You think you'll make it four years? Well, no, I mean we in the conservative movement had nothing to do with it. If he gets taken out, it's going to be. It's going to be the lefties to do it. I'm not gonna I'm not gonna have my am prints anywhere near that. This guy is the biggest buffoon and moron and he's going to harm this country and harm our families to such a degree and I want. I want everybody in the media who gave unfair coverage about the Biden scandals to be culpable and they will be culpable and we're going to hold them accountable for that, and I want every Democrat socialist in this country to be held accountable. For what this country's about ready to go through because they're all responsible for for the incompetence of buffoonery of Biden, Tom. Great call. Thank you, man. Telephone numbers. 820, WB AP News UPDATE coming up after that quarter after the incoming speaker of the Texas House state feeling on the Crystal Saito Show on W eb,.
"presley" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Dow futures are up 88 this hour. Have a good weekend from Bloomberg. I'm Jeff Beldon Giron news radio 700 wlw 8 47 100, deputy. Well W o Could Elvis sing this at age 86 You, my dear friend to ride Elvis Presley would have been 80 sixed. Today. It's burning through to my soul Great song written by a guy named Dennis Linda. Dennis does the guitar solo at the beginning, and all through, it is well, it's boring. When Elvis started singing this song, it was in the early seventies, and that was kind of robust, Elvis. I don't know. Elvis might be out there in a walker 80 sixing in this block. It's interesting. I mean, you know his his influence on so many things, music and otherwise is still felt now, some 43 years after his death. I've had a lot of people on my show that either worked with or alongside Elvis Presley and one of the guys that I interviewed. That was maybe three or four years ago, a guy named Donny Sunder His uncle. D. Uh, yet Donnie Sunder is uncle was JD Sumner, who had one of the lowest voices in the history of music. Away. Dani Sunder was on my show, and he was touring with Elvis in the stamps Quartet, and apparently, it was just it was crazy. It was, according to Dani. It was like drugs. It was alcohol. It was women, and it overwhelmed the due to a point where he actually while in Vegas, went to the roof of what was then the Las Vegas Hilton. It's now the West Gate. At the roof of the Las Vegas Hilton. He standing up there ready to commit suicide, begging God to save him because he couldn't take it anymore. You gotta show that night to do with Elvis Presley. So I like I said Donnie on the show about about three or four years ago, and I asked him about that instance. About The whole thing of sex, drugs, rock and roll and the letter days of Elvis President. Here's part of what he had to say. Well, that was Saturday. We're closed out. That was vintage Girly Lewis, Telephone or Sunday night. And came back to make this deal was one in the hospital, and I went down to see him in the hospital. I told you about. You know where I met What I'm into And.
"presley" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Over sin. I thought it was Elvis Presley woman Walking down the street. Mike. This mural shows Orbison with his trademark dark sunglasses playing his guitar. She says. The attention she got for the work was life changing. The community was very like excited and open about it, and it's just something that I would never forget. This bright sunshiny mural is bringing pride back to Vernon, Texas. The power of the visual arts to bring a community back to life. This is what our attempt was with that mural when it comes to government support of the arts. Margie Reese is a veteran, having worked in the cultural affairs departments in Dallas and Los Angeles. When you have a change in administration and a shift in philosophy about arts funding, the entire field begins to worry. About what's going to happen. How is this change? Going to affect us? Steady is the word Reece uses to describe federal arts funding under President Trump, even though each of his budgets proposed eliminating the arts and humanities endowments. Congress rejected the cuts. He also called for cuts to the Institute of Museum and Library Services. There's a lot of love for libraries and for museums inside the Beltway Crosby Kemper was the Trump Administration's pick to head the I am ls like the endowments, they distribute grants and help shape policies that affect museums and libraries. Even the Republicans often talk about cutting funding for the arts. Temper points out that all three budgets have increased slightly over the last three years. I think you have to look at what actually happens and what actually happens for the I'm a less and the N E. A. And in the N th is they have a lot of support in the political world and including inside the the administration. But for actor Kal Penn, Trump's rhetoric has been damaging to the arts. Hand was appointed by President Obama to the president's Committee on the Arts and the Humanities and advisory group founded in 1982 Pen plan to stay on. But after Trump's handling of the deadly white supremacist rally in Charlotte's film, he and everyone else on the committee resigned. The president's committee on the Arts and Humanities was then never relaunched under the Trump administration, Justo Show you It really wasn't a priority at all. Penn wants to see the Biden administration and Congress give the endowments a quote, astronomical increase, he says. The arts benefit education, innovation, mental and emotional health. Plus, he says, it's a good investment when you say Okay, Well, why did you spend all this money to save this theater? Yes, you're saving the theater. And maybe you're saving the 500 jobs that the theater provides for local community. But you're also then saving the restaurants that people go to the night of the show. You're saving the hotels that the visiting artists stay at your saving. You know the parking facility and you can see why investing in the arts really makes economic sense. The Bureau of Economic Analysis and the National Endowment for the Arts released a report that said in 2017. The arts contributed 4.5% to the country's GDP. That's more than agriculture and transportation arts advocate Charles Seager's head of the ovation. TV network says it's time for the arts to be taken justice seriously by the White House by creating a Cabinet level secretary of arts and culture. It's centralizes in the positive sense of the word. All of the leverage of the United States government. Remember you have arts pockets throughout the Department of State Department of Defense. Um you even transportation and agriculture has a taste of the head. Of arts programs that they help support. Seeger's says a secretary of arts and culture would also handle intellectual property rights and exports. Years ago, producer Quincy Jones tried to get Obama to create a secretary of the arts. Never happened. Do you think it's realistic? I think it is realistic. I think it's going to take time. But we all have to talk about it. Crosby Kemper of the I am LS says he can't predict what the next administration will do. But he thinks Biden's personality points in that direction. I'd say the first and most important thing is that he's a great lover of Irish poetry and therefore clearly a civilized man. The Irish poet shame a city once wrote history, says. Don't hope on this side of the grave. But then Once in a lifetime. The Biden transition teams did not respond to requests for comment. Elizabeth Blair NPR news You're listening to all things considered from NPR news..
"presley" Discussed on KCRW
"Was Roy over sin. I thought it was Elvis Presley woman Walking down the street. Mike. This mural shows Orbison with his trademark dark sunglasses playing his guitar. She says. The attention she got for the work was life changing. The community was very like excited and open about it, and it's just something that I would never forget. This bright sunshiny mural is bringing pride back to Vernon, Texas. The power of the visual arts to bring a community back to life. This is what our attempt was with that mural when it comes to government support of the arts. Margie Reese is a veteran, having worked in the cultural affairs departments in Dallas and Los Angeles. When you have a change in administration and a shift in philosophy about arts funding, the entire field begins to worry. About what's going to happen. How is this change? Going to affect us? Steady is the word Reece uses to describe federal arts funding under President Trump, even though each of his budgets proposed eliminating the arts and humanities endowments, Congress rejected the cuts. He also called for cuts to the Institute of Museum and Library Services. There's a lot of love for libraries and for museums inside the Beltway Crosby Kemper was the Trump Administration's pick to head the I am L s Like the endowments, they distribute grants and help shape policies that affect museums and libraries. Even the Republicans often talk about cutting funding for the arts. Kemper points out that all three budgets have increased slightly over the last three years. I think you have to look at what actually happens and what actually happens for the I M a less and the N E. A. And in the N th is They have a lot of support in the political world and including inside the the administration. But for actor Kal Penn Trump's rhetoric has been damaging to the arts pen was appointed by President Obama to the president's Committee on the Arts and the Humanities and advisory group founded in 1982 Pen plan to stay on. But after Trump's handling of the deadly white supremacist rally in Charlottesville, he and everyone else on the committee resigned. The president's committee on the Arts and Humanities was then never relaunched under. The Trump Administration, just tow show you it really wasn't a priority at all. Penn wants to see the Biden administration and Congress give the endowments a quote, astronomical increase, he says. The arts benefit education, innovation, mental and emotional health. Plus, he says, it's a good investment when you say Okay, Well, why did you spend all this money to save this theater? Yes, you're saving the theater. And maybe you're saving the 500 jobs that the theater provides for local community. But you're also then saving the restaurants that people go to the night of the show. You're saving the hotels that the visiting artists stay at your saving. You know the parking facility and you can see why investing in the arts really makes economic sense. The Bureau of Economic Analysis and the National Endowment for the Arts released a report that said in 2017. The arts contributed 4.5% to the country's GDP. That's more than agriculture and transportation arts advocate Charles Seager's head of the ovation. TV network says it's time for the arts to be taken justice seriously by the White House by creating a Cabinet level secretary of arts and culture. It's centralizes in the positive sense of the word. All of the leverage of the United States government. Remember you have arts pockets throughout the Department of State Department of Defense. Um you even transportation and agriculture has a taste of head of arts programs that they help support seekers says a secretary of arts and culture would also handle intellectual property rights and exports. Years ago, producer Quincy Jones tried to get Obama to create a secretary of the arts never happened. Do you think it's realistic? I think it is realistic. I think it's going to take time. But we all have to talk about it. Crosby Kemper of the I am LS says he can't predict what the next administration will do. But he thinks Biden's personality points in that direction. I say the first and most important thing is that he's a great lover of Irish poetry and therefore clearly a civilized man. Irish poet. Shame a CD once wrote. History, says. Don't hope on this side of the grave. But then Once in a lifetime. The Biden transition teams.
"presley" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"We're not in Kansas executive director Margie Reese says they used one of their N'Diaye grants to commission regional artists to make murals in economically distressed areas. For Vernon, Texas, 25 year old Selena Mai's painted native son, the late Roy Orbison. It was a name. Mai's didn't know until Margie Reese played her a song. At first. I didn't know that was Roy over sin. I thought it was Elvis Presley woman Walking down the street. Mike. This mural shows Orbison with his trademark dark sunglasses playing his guitar. She says. The attention she got for the work was life changing. The community was very like excited and open about it, and it's just something that I would never forget. This bright sunshiny mural is bringing pride back to Vernon, Texas. The power of the visual arts to bring a community back to life. This is what our attempt was with that mural when it comes to government support of the arts. Margie Reese is a veteran, having worked in the cultural affairs departments in Dallas and Los Angeles. When you have a change in administration and a shift in philosophy about arts funding, the entire field begins to worry. About what's going to happen. How is this change? Going to affect us? Steady is the word Reece uses to describe federal arts funding under President Trump, even though each of his budgets proposed eliminating the arts and humanities endowments. Congress rejected the cuts. He also called for cuts to the Institute of Museum and Library Services. There's a lot of love for libraries and for museums inside the Beltway Crosby Kemper was the Trump Administration's pick to head the I am ls like the endowments, they distribute grants and help shape policies that affect museums and libraries. Even the Republicans often talk about cutting funding for the arts. Temper points out that all three budgets have increased slightly over the last three years. I think you have to look at what actually happens and what actually happens for the I'm a less and the N E. A and in the N E. H is they have a lot of support in the political world and including inside the the administration. But for actor Kal Penn, Trump's rhetoric has been damaging to the arts. Hand was appointed by President Obama to the president's Committee on the Arts and the Humanities and advisory group founded in 1982 Pen plan to stay on. But after Trump's handling of the deadly white supremacist rally in Charlotte's film, he and everyone else on the committee resigned. The president's committee on the Arts and Humanities was then never relaunched under the Trump administration. Just tow Show you It really wasn't a priority at all. Penn wants to see the Biden administration and Congress give the endowments a quote, astronomical increase, he says. The arts benefit education, innovation, mental and emotional health. Plus, he says, it's a good investment when you say Okay, Well, why did you spend all this money to save this theater? Yes, you're saving the theater. And maybe you're saving the 500 jobs that the theater provides for local community. But you're also then saving the restaurants that people go to the night of the show. You're saving the hotels that the visiting artists stay at your saving. You know the parking facility and you can see why investing in the arts really makes economic sense. The Bureau of Economic Analysis and the National Endowment for the Arts released a report that said in 2017. Arts contributed 4.5% to the country's GDP. That's more than agriculture and transportation arts advocate Charles Seager's head of the ovation. TV network says it's time for the arts to be taken justice seriously by the White House by creating a Cabinet level secretary of arts and culture. It's centralizes in the positive sense of the word. All of the leverage of the United States government. Remember you have arts pockets throughout the Department of State Department of Defense. Um you even transportation and agriculture has a taste of that. Of arts programs that they help support. Seeger's says a secretary of arts and culture would also handle intellectual property rights and exports. Years ago, producer Quincy Jones tried to get Obama to create a secretary of the arts. Never happened. Do you think it's realistic? I think it is realistic. I think it's going to take time. But we all have to talk about it. Crosby Kemper of the I am LS says he can't predict what the next administration will do. But he thinks Biden's personality points in that direction. I'd say the first and most important thing is that he's a great lover of Irish poetry and therefore clearly a civilized man. The Irish poet shame a city once wrote history, says. Don't hope on this side of the grave. But then Once in a lifetime. The Biden transition teams did not respond to requests for comment. Elizabeth Blair NPR news It's double you and my sea. There's more all things considered just ahead in the five o'clock hour and a quick housekeeping note. Unfortunately, the get lit book club scheduled for tonight has been postponed..