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"rachel bell" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

04:05 min | Last week

"rachel bell" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Rachel Bell has a suggestion for some weekend plans. The Washington State Jewish Historical Society just launched a virtual tour of Seattle Central District shining a light on the old Sephardic Jewish neighborhood. This neighborhood was the center of Jewish Life from about the 19 twenties to the 19 sixties. Coincidentally, the Black Heritage Society of Washington State also launched a virtual tour of the central district. This tourists for everyone and black history is everyone's history when the two organizations learned about each There's tours, they discovered some crossover. It covers several of exactly the same spots because several of these buildings started as important buildings to the Jewish community. And then ultimately the black community purchased or took over these buildings. So it's really cool to see how some of these buildings have evolved over the years that Cynthia Flash hand pill, a volunteer with Seattle Sephardic Network and the Jewish Historical Society, we're standing In front of Washington Hall. She says the Jewish community started using Washington Hall in the 19 teens for both religious services and then also for performances. They did original plays in Latino, which is Judeo Spanish Black Heritage Society president Stephanie Johnson. Tolliver says Washington Hall has been an art sub for Seattle's black community for over 100 years. Elephants. Gerald was their cab Calloway, um all of them up to Jimi Hendrix all performed Out of Washington Hall. Ray Charles was here really early on, and he performed Actually at the I M C. A. That's right off of 23rd Avenue, mostly during the forties. He was here. He lived here for a short while he did in the 19 sixties, The Sephardic Jewish community moved down to Seward Park, but the central district was their first Seattle home. The people who lived here during that time they will talk about the Shabbat stroll. Where you walked around the neighborhood. You knew everybody. You could go to anybody's house for lunch. It was a very contained little neighborhood where everybody was either related or they knew each other. So when you say Shabbat stroll for people who don't know that's because you can't drive a car during the Sabbath Friday night Saturday morning, so people were just walking around the neighborhood. Plus at that time, I'm not sure how many people had cars. It was the Depression. The tour can be taken virtually from anywhere in the world. Or you can do a walking tour like Cynthia and I did. Using the online map as a guide. When you get to a location, you can click on a video to hear a local person who lived in the neighborhood. Candiotti's was the place to go. He had a soda fountain, which I couldn't They didn't have the money for, but he had a ton of penny candy. So where are we going? Now? Now we're gonna go to what is currently the tall over temple, which is a black church. But it used to be the Sephardic Becker Holy UM, which is one of the Sephardic synagogues. Sephardic Jews came from Spain and Turkey and Seattle has the third largest population in the country. The Tolliver temple has been a black church since the 19 sixties, but it still looks like a synagogue. There are stars of David on the top of all the windows, and then there's also School and the Douglas Truth Library. Yes, my heart. I absolutely love that library, and that's a really great and rich history to the central district is like an old house with layers and layers of culture, history and communities stacked on top of each other. Like sheets of wallpaper. We talk about the central district. Being the home to African American community was also the home to a Jewish community. Danish community. Chinese, Japanese and Filipino communities, So it was really a diverse community early to find links to both of these tours. Go to my northwest dot com slash Rachel Bell. It's now 5 22 time. Now for a few headlines.

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Fresh update on "rachel bell" discussed on Seattle's Morning News

Seattle's Morning News

00:10 min | 13 hrs ago

Fresh update on "rachel bell" discussed on Seattle's Morning News

"Rachel Bell is here to talk jargon. So let's circle back Rachel and wish you well on your future endeavors and all the other jargon that I absolutely I detest what is it? Well, that is some blue sky thinking, Colleen. I really respect that have a self starter. What can I say? There's an article in the Seattle times this morning. That said Washington is the country's worst offender when it comes to using too much corporate jargon, and I'm sure a lot of people listening right now who work at the big corporate tech companies are nodding their heads and rolling their eyes and agreeing So there was a recent analysis of 6.3 million online job descriptions posted in the US, the UK, Canada and Australia. It was published. Excuse me. It was done by the publishing tool, Canada and they looked at 40 commonly used phrases like team player core competency and take it to the next level, and things like granule Asian growth, hacking blue sky thinking, and they found that Washington employers Used more jargon in their job ads than any other state in the country. So for every 1000 job ads placed in our state 593 of them contained Like they said, code like acronyms, technical babble business buzz words that are understood by a lot of people in the industry but also detested, so there were only other to other states that came close that were in the 500 range. And that was California in Massachusetts. And they said that this showed up most in information technology, marketing, finance and business, H R and media, which I was surprised about because I've never encountered jargon ever And so I don't understand what any of it means. But whenever I hear my friends, you know that those big companies talking about it, I feel for them. So there is an expert that they consulted Michael Hanford. He's a professor of applied linguistics at Cardiff University. And he said, You know, jargon is good if you're using it to describe a job. So, for example, applicant must have expertise in corporate linguistics and be fluent in our because then people who know that job know what it means. And they know the skills that they need to have that job. It is when it's the business cliches like laser focus. Think outside the box thought. Shower Peel the onion thought, shower. I've never heard of any of these. That's what I don't like it. Yeah, I mean, a lot of this sounds familiar, and you get stuck in that Because now as a hiring manager, you know, I'm in charge of looking over our job descriptions and hiring attributes and all of that night I am on a mission to cut down, especially in our new scripts to because I've always Be conversational. Don't use cop talk all of that. So in our hiring papers, I wanted to make sure I cut down on that as well because I feel like it's cliche. It makes sense that this happened because, you know, language is something that has ever evolving. There's all kinds of new language that comes every single year. You know, the dictionary introduces new words. And so the tech field is so big. It makes sense that they would have their own language. But it seems like a lot of people who work in those industries don't like it either. It's funny for what we do. I don't I don't think of it as jargon. But you know, we have different names for things that we do. And almost every time I get an email from a listener asking about a story I did They always call it a spot. I heard you're spot on Thomas Curly. I heard your spot in Seattle's Morning news, and that is not what we call a story and I can sense that they're trying to use our industry jargon. And I'm so curious where people heard that word because they write it every time. So if you're listening Spot in our industry is what we call commercial, right? I am going to record a commercial that's going to air. I'll say I'm going to cut a spot. So I just want to do if there was like an old T V show that called them spots, and people are trying to copy and be cool. A lot of the states the most popular make a make hay of it. And then there's move the needle, low hanging fruit, the North Carolina Let's open the kimono. What I had to Google that. Apparently, that means like reveals, See. What does it say? What is it? Open kimono means to reveal what is being planned or to share important information freely. I don't know if I'd feel comfortable if Abbas came up to me and said, Hey, let's open the kimono. I had a boss in another market, who was notoriously hated, and we love to make fun of all of his jargon that it seemed like he made up and one of the things he would always ask when you presented a story. Should we put this story on the air, he would say, Does it resonate in the cold sack? They said this all the time. Does it resonate in the cul de sac? And to this day? You know I That job I think was like 16 17 years ago, my friends and I from all over the country where we've since scattered in radio text each other doesn't resonate called the sack. I still use some jargon, but at least I know when I'm saying it, I'm giving a wink. Wink nod, nod brightly. No, I'm making fun of myself using it if I if I could eliminate one corporate jargon. That if I could choose any, I would say, I wish you well on your future endeavors. We will fire you. Yeah, it's like the most backhanded. And it's in every exit email. So can we just say like Be creative or a voir..

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Here's how to support and celebrate Seattle's first-ever Black Restaurant Week

Tom and Curley

03:33 min | 4 months ago

Here's how to support and celebrate Seattle's first-ever Black Restaurant Week

"There Seattle restaurant week and how this works is hundreds of restaurants in the city participate. They have a special three course menu with a set price, And this is all designed to lower diners in But this week is Black Restaurant Week, which is also a marketing campaign to encourage people to eat and black owned rest. Drawn. But the founders of Black Restaurant week which they're based in Houston, actually, but they have expanded out to the whole country, said that a lot of restaurants that are owned by black people don't have these fancy menus and three course menus, so they were always being left out. So I spoke with Reginald Robinson. He owns Alphas, Louisiana, Cajun seasoning and spices in tents, and he decided to open his Alien store because he's from New Orleans. And he couldn't find any of the foods and products that he misses. Red beans and rice are greens, Po boys, catfish, We have alligator. We have the stuff called Boo Dan. We have crawfish and everything in our story is have that Louisiana brand to it. Gonna top sellers is familiar at being because you know, everybody On Mondays they cooked red beings down in Louisiana just to start. Thing they do. Sometimes we even bring blueberry ice cream here. Anyone down south Texas, Louisiana, Mississippi, your eyes light up. People be like, Oh, my God, you have bluebell. So Fallon Farrell, who is one of the founders of Black Restaurant week, she says, Because it's systemic racism, it could be harder for a black person to get a bank loan when they're opening a restaurant. The issued in our community is that a lot of businesses a started with people's personal savings credit cards. Usually when they do get loans. They have higher interest rates, so they just don't have that financial will go room. It's really sustained major hits to a business and so you know, a lot of them really weren't able to get the first round of P P p loans and She says, because of the marketing that happens when they do black restaurant week. They really do bring new customers. And I think last year the average ourselves increases about 30% most businesses. CIA, increasing their social media following us well And then when we talk about ongoing business opportunities, people call us all the time. They because all the time about like, Hey, we're hosting a food truck festival. Give me your list of black on food trucks, You know, so it just creates ongoing business opportunity. So the cool thing is, we kind of talked businesses like Welcome to the network because we're always able to push back our opportunities for you. So I thought to Reginald about if he wants to be identified as a black owned business, you know, at this point, there are a lot of women who say I don't want to be the best female stuff. Can I just be the best chef and I wondered if Reginald just wanted to be a business. Until people realized that you know everybody's equal. You may have to do that so we can get attention. But my whole dream is that you just treat black restaurants just like you a tree. Another restaurant. People don't believe it. But as black owned business, you have to go that extra mile. Just to prove what other people don't have to go through, and that's my dream and hopes one day did. We don't have to do that. It is black History month. That's why I thought that it would be a great opportunity to do this story. I don't have it online yet. But in about an hour if listeners go to my northwest dot com slash Rachel Bell, you can find a directory of black businesses in the region on Deacon Go. We don't support local businesses because they all need your money right now.

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Why Ohio Lawmakers Are Rethinking Recent Nuclear Power Plant Bailouts

NPR's Business Story of the Day

03:52 min | 6 months ago

Why Ohio Lawmakers Are Rethinking Recent Nuclear Power Plant Bailouts

"Lawmakers in ohio are looking at repealing. A nuclear power plant bailout. That was passed last year. Federal investigators are linking the passage of the bill to the biggest corruption case in the state's history. Here's ohio public. Radio's andy chow. Ohio sweeping energy law. That bailed out two of the state's nuclear power. Plants is now tied to a sixty one million dollar bribery scheme. It's an alleged web of conspiracy and tangling the speaker of the house a huge energy company and the state's top utilities regulator. Let's go back to two thousand seventeen. The us department of justice says that's when republican state representative. Larry householder hashed out of the utility company. Not directly named but believed to be first energy. That plan was a quid pro quo. Householder would get money to help him. Become speaker and i energy would get a bailout of its nuclear power plants from twenty seventeen to twenty. Eighteen householder was backed by millions of dollars and so called dark money us to elect his allies in house races around the state fast forward to january twenty nineteen. Those allies elect householder speaker. And he then rolls out a plan for a billion dollar. Nuclear power plant bailout. The money coming from ratepayers. Rachel bells a ratepayer advocate with ohio consumers. Power alliance says something smelled fishy. It seemed an awful lot. Like a real setup. It was never more apparent than eighty six and even heading into it that we were david and goliath that bill each b. six attracted national attention because it cut green energy standards at a time when many states were doing the opposite increasing their mandates for renewable energy five months later a mysterious campaign group called generation now spent millions on mailers and ads supporting the bill. Hosing reform killing jobs and swimming. Catherine tersser of common cause. Ohio says the group wouldn't disclose where the money was coming from. And that makes it hard on voters if they can't understand how our legislators are making decisions or who is attempting to influence elections or to influence the way we feel about public policy. Well then we're left in the. That mystery was solved in july when the scandal broke where today to announce the arrest of larry householder to speaker of the house. It turns out the fbi had been following the bailout bill saga from the beginning and says it has evidence to prove householder was taking bribes from first energy funneled through the group generation now in october. A lobbyist for first energy pleaded guilty to racketeering charges. And just hours later. I energy fired. It's ceo chuck jones and last month. Ohio's public utilities commission chair. Sam randazzo resigned after the fbi searched his home despite the scandal. Many ohio legislators. Still defend the nuclear bailout. Republican state representative dickstein says it saves jobs and cuts down on carbon stein argues that its benefits outweigh the scandal or those folks involved. They'll pay a price for any wrongdoing. That all the way comes through the court process. Ohio lawmakers are now considering repealing or freezing the bailout. If that's not done by the end of this month new charges will appear on ratepayers bills to start. Funding the bailout. Meanwhile larry householder maintains his innocence and while removed as house. He remains a state representative after winning reelection last month for npr news. I'm andy chow in columbus.

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"rachel bell" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

01:45 min | 1 year ago

"rachel bell" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Had people great this chute off two rounds in the air. I have been assaulted two by four and now everything. In fact, two boys and 19 year old and a 16 year old died in shootings there. Mayor Jenny Durkan. Today. Acts of violence hurt our whole community, and they are also in direct contrast to the message raining from the streets. Black lives matter. She says she will continue to work on police reforms. Your Cairo radio forecast calls for scattered showers today with highs in the upper sixties. Right now it's about 65 degrees in downtown Seattle. I'm stream Cairo radio at home on your smart speakers. Cairo Radio at my northwest dot com Cairo Radio Your first source to know and understand Corona virus. Casino is the proud sponsor of the Rachel Bell segment. Which is named that's a name shine it. It's gonna be called Rachel Downs fell in a well much belle much. See No sponsors. A red belt buckle bell. Rachel shoes. Sponsors. Don't be out right away. Chances. How do we ease him in the level of Lucky's may have Bucky's, by the way is moving to a different time outside our show? No, not outside the show, Tom..

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"rachel bell" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

02:58 min | 1 year ago

"rachel bell" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Ring my bell with Rachel bell ritual of course is a social butterfly and definitely not someone who is thrilled at the idea of being stuck inside and so she has been seeking out ways to maintain her existing relationships and to create new ones socializing and entertainment have changed dramatically since we started quarantining zoom happy hours with friends watching our favorite band stream live shows from their living rooms on social media I've seen a few couples dress up in fancy suits or dresses to go on a date in their kitchen where they lit candles and they're eating good food from an upscale restaurant transferred from to go containers to real plates and bowls and if you've already exhausted your creativity and need some help having some fun at home mystery wants to help you might remember I did a story on mystery a few months back here's the CEO Shane Kamal ski the original product is a planned night out where you tell us you know a sense that we like we don't like we planned an entire night out that's two to four stops and the catch is that you don't know where you're going until you get there our partners restaurants bars and activities are not available for people to visit in person these days so over the past week we've kind of hit our company a little bit essentially we put together a a mystery night and which is basically a I'm Neal and activity and some surprises all delivered straight to your doorstep the night in ranges from a hundred twenty five to two hundred Bucks and alcohol is included on the higher end packages I would say that these activities lean a little bit more on the craft decide I don't want to give away too much we have a few different options that we're working with on this pilot series that's mysteries Emma's Kubiak if you're interested in going on a whole mystery date find the link at my northwest dot com slash Rachel ballot lots of people are pouring a glass of wine or cracking open a beer and using soon to have a group happy hour with friends near and far but what about meeting new people are having a bartender teach you how to make a drink this is what Brooklyn distiller and writer Jackie summer had minds when he co created Danny and Jackie's virtual cocktail hour people don't go to a bar to drink anybody can drink at home you go to the bar to socialize but not everyone is stock home but they still need the social aspect of this so what I figured I would do is I put together a situation with people could enjoy the social aspects of being in a bar while staying safe at home and exercising social distancing and at the same time we could put bartenders back to work every evening on zoom Monday through Saturday they're doing to virtual happy hour tonight one at three PM and one of eight to accommodate the east and west coast time zones we have a guest worker and every single day we have different brands did response in this admissible day the Barton has about fifteen minutes to give a cocktail demonstration thank you.

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"rachel bell" Discussed on Your Last Meal With Rachel Belle

Your Last Meal With Rachel Belle

09:44 min | 2 years ago

"rachel bell" Discussed on Your Last Meal With Rachel Belle

"I'm Rachel Bell and this is your last meal a show about famous people in the stories behind the foods. They love most today on the program Kathy Kathy Geiss White Kathy created the Kathy Comic Strip that was syndicated in newspapers all across America from Nineteen Seventy six to twenty ten and and you know who Kathy is the straight brown hair. The narrow set is chocolate chocolate chocolate act the comic was based around what was called the four basic guilt groups of life food love family and work and Kathy. The real person has a new book of essays called Fifty. Things that aren't my fault essays saves from the GROWNUP years. It's our first big project. Since the comic strip ended almost a decade ago now if you were called a lot of the Kathy comic strips focused on dieting overindulging for indulging in scenes of her inefficient room trying to squeeze into bathing suits. We are in a time right now where women should feel wonderful about our beautiful.

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"rachel bell" Discussed on Your Last Meal With Rachel Belle

Your Last Meal With Rachel Belle

03:49 min | 2 years ago

"rachel bell" Discussed on Your Last Meal With Rachel Belle

"I'm Rachel Bell and this is your last meal a show about famous people in the stories behind the foods. They love most today on the program. After her kyle mclachlan David Lynch fans know him as special agent Dale Cooper from twin peaks or from his very versatile role ever when he was a little baby kyle in Dune Portland fans known as mayor but to me Kyle mclachlan will always be trae from sex in the city alrighty then you know that seem the show and agent deal cooper might enjoy a damn fine cup of coffee but Kyle mclachlan is a wind guy. He's the owner and founder of pursued suit by bear a white label in Walla Walla Washington company. You know it's my brand. I oversee everything I run the show apart from the actual winemaking collaborate with Dan recklessly and that as well kyle would like a state with his glass of Cabernet so we explore the history of one of the most iconic steakhouses in America Heater Lugar steakhouse they've been serving up stake in its original Brooklyn location since eighteen eighty seven and don't they're out your corn cobbs or Kale stems or your potato peels Joe Lightner wrote scraps peels and stems recipes and tips for rethinking food waste at home and she's going to educate us on what belongs in the trash and what belongs in your belly and one thing that belongs things in your belly very tasty treat that's made from a part of a vegetable that I've always thrown straight into the compost spin as they call down they will crisp up so they are exactly like sour cream and onion potato chips. It's true I tried it. The mystery ingredient will be revealed later in the show but I my conversation with Kyle. mclachlan pile grew up in.

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"rachel bell" Discussed on Your Last Meal With Rachel Belle

Your Last Meal With Rachel Belle

03:13 min | 2 years ago

"rachel bell" Discussed on Your Last Meal With Rachel Belle

"You're last meal is sponsored by heritage distilling company craft in small batch vodkas jin's and whiskeys drink locally drink responsibly road seattle i'm rachel bell and this is your last show that famous people in the story behind the plate today on the program actor and comedian in lawrence wedeman lauren played doris on h b o so looking she's had rolled on curb your enthusiasm new girl and arrested development she was a daily show correspondent she's written in starting eleven one woman show perhaps my favorite credit of all she hosts the mosque in santa monica storytelling event got it so good so good i wanna go back in and i had this kind of explosion of a conversation it went all over the place in well i was having this conversation with lauren it felt super fun super witty but it is a little bit cookie so i hope you guys enjoy it as much as we enjoyed being has always had a complicated relationship with pretty never even the day that she chose at her last meal like out of fear of of what he's like a guinea wait like my truly us's i'm fifty years old and i'm a grown ass woman who's like well i would have this amazing meal sounds incredible but i wanna feel that tomorrow but that's awful sweeter lives when you know you could be done by thursday but lauren loved pad thai which by the way happy make a note i've always called it had tied most of the people i interviewed for this episode called the pod tied i don't know what to call it went on google and i did how do you pronounce that and it would sometimes some real yeah so i mean i interviewed a woman from thailand the hot i so maybe that's the right way i don't know do this is like me lecturing people who most you know 'cause they call it something like i dunno so anyway you're gonna hear me saying is ready to help you out i also don't know if it had made for possible i hear people think about way so we're gonna get through this together if you know the bread from pronounciation for cut ties in part by papa please let me know why is arguably the most popular high dish in america but how did in the landscape of thailand i sat with patrico optimum dot k for short in her husband wiley prank owners of little uncle which is one of the best restaurants in seattle don't move by restaurants in the state have exact same menu you know the value at the noodles name curried but they surprise but little uncle celebrate food from different parts of thailand and they serve eight very high style attack ties it doesn't happen white popularity larry as a doug here not easily found their silence you have to know what we spend you know what neighborhood neighborhood would have it you just don't know where they're at an i chat with harry brunson who left her career as a professional ballerina pursue a career in food gary now you say an ice cream shop called freaking joke seattle a lot of dancers and all of their

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"rachel bell" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"rachel bell" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Mobile park Cairo radios. Rachel bell took a look at the new foods. Out to the ball game. Hang out with. Yeah. It's that song. Again, there really aren't that many great baseball songs choose from. But that's on means. It's Mariners baseball season. And every year the media is invited to come down to the ballpark and try the new dishes that would be served at T mobile park. This is the ninth year that James beard award nominated Seattle SAF. Ethan Stowell has been at the helm elevating stadium food with lobster rolls and locally made Texas style barbecue he's invited popular restaurants like din, Thai Fung into the fold and in two thousand seventeen the entire country took note of a particular new menu item my favorites because it was so different was the the roasted grasshoppers from potatoes. And to everyone's surprise. Mariners fans really wanted to eat these grasshoppers, I three games we sold out of all of the grasshoppers. And if you do the math, we think it figures to be about eighteen thousand grasshoppers were sold over those three night. That's seattle. Mariner spokesperson, Rebecca hail. So let's talk about this year's menu. I have to say. Say it wasn't nearly as provocative the new lineup includes the CEO, an incredibly popular Cuban style sandwich shop in Seattle metropolitan market contributed the cookie which is hands down my favorite cookie and the entire city. We get ice cream from Shug, which is down in pike place market. And we see new burgers from low woody's and a fried chicken sandwich and excellent Creole Tillamook MAC and cheese from fats chicken, 'n waffles, all of this was good. I'm not complaining, but they're all very predictable options for a baseball stadium. I talked to Ethan stole it looks a little more straightforward like in the past. You've had kind of food. Do you wouldn't expect to see a ballpark? But it seems like you've gone back to some of the basics like a bunch of different.

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"rachel bell" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

02:24 min | 2 years ago

"rachel bell" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"You'd pay. There's an article in the Washington Post about a mom who became so frustrated with her first and third grade kids not doing the tasks they were supposed to do like get in the car brush your teeth get dressed for school. She says that she has ADD her kids have ADD, and they were late to school so many times because of this that they got called into the principal's office the mom did to explain their tardiness. So what she started to do was positive reinforcement in the form of paying her kids to do these things that they needed to do. So instead, so yeah, they got there was a chart so she would say every morning you need to do these five things. And if they did then they would get checked off. And if they completed the whole list, they'd get anything from ten cents to twenty five cents per item. And then they would get paid out. When I first read it. I was like I can see so many parents listening going, I can't believe this kids should do this. Anyway, maybe it's bad parenting. We shouldn't have to pay our kids, but this mom said it completely turned everything around. And in the span of a year, the kids aren't late anymore, and they do all of these. Tasks and the and the bribery helped people respond to incentives, and you've got to figure out what that incentive is for your child. And if it's monetary I guess that would work. I mean, some people want to approval some people want to avoid punishment, but money sure seems to be one that is universally an incentive people respond to well. Yeah. They compared to adults having jobs. Like, would you go to your job if you weren't paid? No. So kids are doing these jobs in them for them. I was reading listening to ring Mogollon Tom gallon. There were a gal by the day, Rachel bell. And she talked about some research. And she said, you know, what there's jobs that you do every day that you don't pay for. And then there's extra special jobs that you should pay kids for and then you should pay them right on the spot is what she said in this segment. So I stole that I've been doing that and it has worked beautifully. So thank you for your son get paid do. Well, typically, for instance, I wouldn't expect him to vacuum. Bathroom are I would expect them to clean my cleaned my mirror if he wants to do that. Then he gets paid for that. But as far as cleaning his mirror his bathroom making his bed on that's his job making his lunch. Now, you need to be a part of that. Shining his shoes. Oh shining. My shoes. That's ridiculous because I've never shown silence. Don't.

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Researchers testing potential breakthrough for male birth control gel

Ron and Don

03:11 min | 2 years ago

Researchers testing potential breakthrough for male birth control gel

"The test us, and that makes the test is not put out sperm. So the net result is we'll get a normal testosterone level in the men's bladder normal male or but they don't sperm and their jacket. They put out a normal volume of the jacket. And manor their partners any difference in that regard. But there's no little swimming spam cells in the jacket after two or three months of using the gel, the body should stop producing sperm, and when a man stops using the gel his sperm will return. A few months later Bremner says there's a common misconception that men aren't interested in controlling their own fertility the common perception, which we don't find too. We have no problem getting to participate in the studies. And they've been the alerts number service ran around the world and different cultures and religions and about seventy five percent or so across the world day that they're willing to use a male contraceptive, it's effective and safe and reasonably cheap. And you know, it's a surprise to many people that about a third of all contraception in this country in the United States is done by male methods already about fifteen percent of all contraception is done by condoms at about fifteen percent by in the small studies. They've done so far premises there. Doesn't appear to. To be any major side effects. A lot of women don't like hormonal birth control because it affects their mood in their emotions, but the only side effects that Bremner has seen so far is slight weight gain participants. But it's actually a muscle gain not fat and some people who used to break out in their teen years will experience acne Bremner says this would be the first new male contraceptive in about two hundred years and the more options, we have the better turns out that about half of pregnancies are unplanned and about a quarter actually stated to be unwanted. And you know, they're only three methods available for man, that's either of as echinacea, which is kinda much is not necessarily terribly acceptable to some men and some couples coke really aren't terrific new methods available for men to prevent the huge, huge international numbers of unwanted, pregnancies. This first formal study will involve four hundred couples in the US Africa Europe and South America. And if you'd like to be a part of this. They are looking for people here to participate. You just have to be green eighteen and fifty for the man in between eighteen and thirty five for the women, and they have to be a couple who are presuming to remain monogamous over the year and a half of the study three couples studied if you're interested in participating you can find contact information at the bottom of this story at mynorthwest dot com slash Rachel bell. Thanks for doing this story. I think this is a gigantic news. I do too and some people like around the newsroom or whatever been like, oh, why do we need this? We already have contraception. And also the ideas like, oh, well men don't want to use this or not going to use his are women gonna trust them. That is true. According to him. Yeah. They actually surveyed, you know, in their small surveys women who are in monogamous relationships. They can't speak for people who are having casual sex. But like, the vast vast vast majority of the women said that they trust their partners that they would do this every day, and they can physically

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"rachel bell" Discussed on Your Last Meal With Rachel Belle

Your Last Meal With Rachel Belle

02:20 min | 2 years ago

"rachel bell" Discussed on Your Last Meal With Rachel Belle

"Seattle. I'm Rachel bell. And this is your last meal a show about famous people and the stories behind the foods. They love most today on the program Tiffany now with one hundred percent less amber, Tiffany is best known for playing perky bayside cheerleader Kelly capacity on saved by the bell. And Valerie Malone on Beverly Hills nine O two zero and those rules pretty much cemented her as America's top teen crush something that I was not fully aware of until she came into the radio station studio to do this interview. And suddenly every man between the ages of thirty two and forty five was like crawling out of their offices. They had caught her scent, and they were trying to find her and have a picture. Taken sounds a lot creepy than it was. All I'm saying is the people of Tiffany. And she is continued acting throughout the years, but several years ago, she shifted her focus to food Tiffany hosts dinner at Tiffany's on the cooking channel, and she just released her first cookbook. It's called pull up a chair recipes from my family to yours when we chat Tiffany shares. The dish that she cooked to learn her husband of thirteen years, and I put on my reporter pants to ask the hard questions. It's my reporter voice who had better food the max or the peach pit will. They both sucked that conversation. Got me curious about the food that you see on TV shows and movies. So I reached out to Chris Oliver who's been Hollywood food stylist for three decades. She's prepared the on-camera food for hundreds of television shows and movies shows like friends Seinfeld mad about you American horror story fresh off the boat big little lies and literally hundreds of others. And how lucky are we? We she did the food for nine. Oh, two. And now, so we can ask Chris hulliber? Why it sucked and I take a field trip to Salou me one of the country's most celebrated artisan cured meat producers started by the batali family. Yep. Those tallies, I ate a crazy. Delicious COPA and fresh mozzarella sandwich in my car. Thanks and.

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"rachel bell" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"rachel bell" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Rachel. Rebel a little bit later. Ron what are we talking about here on Thursday? A few thoughts about the incident response team that Chris Solomon was just talking about poke holes in this whole operation. Sounds good. Also straight ahead coming up Lewis county judge hailed as a hero. A judge. Rips off his robe, and he chases down to inmates Klay about that next. Rachel bell is here. Hi, how are you? I'm good. How are you? Don. I'm good. Thank you. I'm over here as well. Hello, ron. How are you? I'm fine. How are you? Glad to hear that. That's gone on. We're gonna talk about art. In this country. We have a funny relationship with the arts, we all love music theater visual arts and dance. But when schools to cut something the art programs are the first to go a lot of people think having an art scene is cool, but not necessarily important, but a brand new study from Seattle nonprofit arts fund shows that art is important. The study looked at the social impacts of art in King County and its results. So that the arts have huge benefits to our community to our children and to our health and wellness. It's one of the few studies of its kind that has been done in this country and the very first in the Pacific northwest. I will look at how art involvement leads to good things for kids with Sarah said men, art funds VP of strategic initiatives and communication. Seventy one percent of at risk students with high arc involvement attend college. Whereas only forty percent of at risk students with lower its involvement do the same. There are statistics of increased graduation rates from high school for kids involved with arts programs. Higher SAT scores than those who take no arts education. We even see that are at risk students in art integrated preschools are better able to regulate their emotions than those who don't have arts and they're learning. So how does our do all of these magical things one is that arts and power people to find your own individual voice? They give them confidence and they foster trust with adults another arts access different parts of the brain and parts of somebody's ability to communicate that they otherwise might not be tapping into says art can also have a big impact on our health..

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"rachel bell" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"rachel bell" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Week Rachel bell. This story told you about Nebraska has a new slogan for their tourism. It's called the slogan has Nebraska it's not for everyone. It's not for everyone. Is that right? Stephen. Has revealed some other states after this slogan, broke and got so much press. Other states have jumped on the bandwagon. Turns out a lot of other states are also working on self deprecating slogans like you can't visit all fifty states without visiting North Dakota. South Dakota, North Dakota's fall. Arkansas two letters more than Kansas, Missouri. Remember us, Utah, Utah spelled backwards is hot too is. That's a thing. Ohio you can afford Cavs tickets now. Keep going Vermont not gonna win any wars for being best or nothing. But have you seen New Hampshire? Delaware. Are we even a place? Rhode Island at least it'll be over quickly New Mexico turquoise and Cal skulls a combination we made up and New Jersey. Look, we're not happy about it. Either. Stop. I told forget our code word tonight is Normandy is we just got back from Normandy, France cools experience over shared with a best friend and my radio partner on is traveling with him because he is in his own. This is his thing. This is what he does. And he made sure that everybody around him has a great time. So I was very lucky to go with him to London and then to Normandy and then back to Paris back to London and back to Seattle in about nine and a half days. Anyway, what are we talking about here? A special.

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"rachel bell" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

02:27 min | 3 years ago

"rachel bell" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Go to mynorthwest dot com slash rachel bell what about mermen oh yeah there's some i'm looking at pictures right now the their outfits are absolutely stunning they're amazing stunning and when you go to their website it says yeah mermaid is a thing they also say that it's a sport and then you see pictures of them in the pool of some of these kids here's my question though because then you also see them out in almost looks like it you can see them in a children's hospital the outfits look different the mermaid outfit what they would wear the children's hospital compared to what they actually swimming how do they swim in that well they wear something different if they're going to be on land and so if you have kids in the car and your kids think mermaids real and magical turn the radio off so they were telling me like if they go and they do a party or whatever the kids are always trying to bust them they're like so they go underwater and they're hanging out and they come back and jamie said they're like hey i say you're holding your breath mermaids can hold their breath and she has to lyon just come up with something and say well i can hold my breath in the ocean but i can't hold my breath in pool and they asked they're just always trying to bus them and make a crack in there mermaid story but yeah they have to make sure that like all the kids are not there when they're in the pool so they don't see them coming in and out and then yeah if they're on land if they're at a hospital they have outfits they make that look like mermaid tails that they can walk in you can't walk in the mono fan i'm still trying to yeah interested can they swim with the motto fin though yeah even you heard even bill sixyearold penny was swimming in her a lot of divers use that finn has a better flow from your feet like it uses less energy oh really i think most of us gals played mermaid as a kid in the poll and like you kind of would just hold your feet together and kind of flap around and yeah it's the same thing except your legs are just bound to see all the mermaid gear they have on and if i had that on i think even if you could swim with the montana i think with the sea shells and everything i think i would just sink to the bottom of the pool it'd be my anyway in here she had her shell purse she had her hair clips that had real cells and throws attached and yeah i said you get to wear this all the time she said well my mom doesn't let me wear i always leave it out and i step on it but this was like a special day since she were oliver made people want to find out more about the mermaids in the pictures are spectacular you can find him on facebook it's just called seattle mermaids you can find just google seattle mermaids eventually on a couple of hours i'll get it up at mynorthwest dot com slash rachel bell they'll be mermaids should.

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"rachel bell" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

03:25 min | 3 years ago

"rachel bell" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Rachel bell now the ron and don show continues here richard good monday to you what's going on but he got for seattle has a mermaid pod i don't know if you guys have heard that the stories have been around for awhile there's about two hundred mermaids in seattle in recently they did something very special sixyearold penny armstrong was diagnosed with acute lymphoblastic leukemia in september of two thousand sixteen how many times did you lose your hair what was that like then make me feel happy like why did they ask you have no hair from the very beginning penny's mom abby tried to make the hospital visits more fun they'd wear minnie mouse years and bunny ears she's just like pretty much any other six year old girl she loves mermaids and unicorns and all that magical stuff and so i actually saw a commercial on facebook that was a piece on the seattle mermaid pod yet seattle has a mermaid pod co founded by seattle costume designer jamie van straten i was swimming at the lake one summer and i had bought a fin fund motto finn and all of my friends would come to the lake drink wine we maybe we shouldn't admit that we drink wine and swim anyway we're just having good summer fun and i can with my friends said who by the way are performers circus artists dancers singers i said we should have a mermaid group and a website in case all of those people with yachts over there want mermaids for their yacht parties and i went home and i made a website i call it seattle mermaids and a couple months later i started getting an influx of a ton of messages and it's become so much bigger than anything i would have ever imagined that day sitting at the lake with my friends seattle mermaids do public swims and birthday parties all decked out in homemade mermaid tails with shell bras and glitter and recently they've been granting wishes from sick kids like penny here's mermaid jen page they contacted the group and wanted to do a special swim for penny and as soon as i heard about it i was like oh yeah no immediately we need to do this because penny having leukemia it's all children deserve these magical moments in their childhood in especially penny in her situation we met at the mountlake terrace pool and they were kind enough to keep the pool open for like a private event after hours for an hour and gosh i think we had like twenty mermaids there we gave her tail and a crown jewelry and stuff and it was just really really special to be a part of the event was a total surprise for penny penny tell me what did you feel when you saw this pool of mermaids what you thinking i would say did did you actually get to swim with your mermaid tail with the mermaids yes she did is it easy to swim wearing a mermaid tail yeah i started in the guidi so tell me what do you like about mermaids why do you love them so magical penny spent more than an hour swimming in a pool with bright colored mermaids who showered her with attention and gifts all these people just did all this stuff and came together just for my daughter it was so awesome because it was something to take her focus away from you know cancer and going to treatments all the time and seeing her friends sick it was it's i mean i can't even begin.

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"rachel bell" Discussed on Your Last Meal With Rachel Belle

Your Last Meal With Rachel Belle

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"rachel bell" Discussed on Your Last Meal With Rachel Belle

"I'm rachel bell and this is your last he'll a show that famous people and the stories behind the foods they love most today on the program saxophonist tenny g any any i don't know why just feels right tenny is where the best selling artists of all time listen to how many albums kenny g is sold seventy five million that's a lot of albums and he was in the guinness book of world records for holding the longest note on a saxophone ten ichi i can't stop calling him anything but kenny g kenny g held an e flat for forty five minutes and forty seven seconds using technique called circular breathing and i'm surprised every time i bring this up like the record people are like oh you circular breathing like how does everybody know this fact i'd never heard of this what is circular breathing it's a technique that would win players us where they store air in their cheeks just long enough to suck in air through their nose and so they push out that cheek air while they're breathing through their nose and then the lungs takeover again so you've uninterrupted airstream which means you can hold that note for apparently forty five minutes and forty seven seconds that sound that you hear behind me talking right now that is not his recordbreaking note officially but it is a note that he held for a very long time when i saw him perform at seattle's jazz alley recently.

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Rich Bitch

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"rachel bell" Discussed on Rich Bitch

"Girl's account from laugh too defended sellable lots of bang so i love this and every single time i talked to rachel about instagram i'm like yes tell me i now need stick grab so tell them how they can find you creep on you a freebies give them give them all the deeds okay the deeds are if you guys want to check out my instagram where i spill of deep on the daily then you can follow me at rachel bell pretty simple but if you guys also wants medicinal training more advanced resources than you can download free guide which is how to gain your first ten thousand followers on instagram in that deep dives more into the growth and the foundation of how the algorithm actually works you can understand what the hell you're doing which is really helpful so if you want that guy you can just go to trill media team dot com slash guide and at the end of that guy is a special invitation into a group that we created to help coaches and health health preneurs i guess with instagram because you realize you have you guys have a huge industry and sometimes it's hard to reach all of your ideal clients on that so yeah those are where you can get it yeah i love that and send rachel dm with any questions tag us if you love this episode and you want to be featured on that bonus training we're just gonna pick a handful of gals tag us both and you listening to this and say i want my bio two facelift tell us you want that bio facelift and we'll give that to you guys i'm so excited for this inner circle launching because i agree that part two we're going to break it down even more because instagram where it's out right now usually i'm kinda nervous on social media to say that and say this is the thing to be on do because it's never just one thing but it's eighteen at four or four pm on a sunday april twenty second it is the thing it is it was definitely taking the cake it's taken the cake but as s ritual said really make sure you're driving traffic to police you own because it's.

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"rachel bell" Discussed on Your Last Meal With Rachel Belle

Your Last Meal With Rachel Belle

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"rachel bell" Discussed on Your Last Meal With Rachel Belle

"I'm rachel bell and this is your last meal a show about famous people in the stories behind the foods they love most today on the program writer and activist lindy west lindy is a contributing opinion writer for the new york times she's the author of the truly fantastic book shrill notes from allowed woman and she's a proud feminist who cofounded the shout shore boertien movement she's also very hilarious and she chose a very hard to pronounce norwegian peace street for part of her last meal which we try and pronounce before the interview started more i think that was good really listen to it okay for i said i'm not here mute hackett good real slow what what was the danish wanna game it was just like mortga smart and mindy danish weird into my mother my mom's always like yeah damage is like the blue flu burn mom yet totally linian i also talk about what it's like eating public when you're a fat person that being the straightforward word that she prefers to use to describe her body and she pushes the boundaries at your last meal by regaling us with a fantastic six course feast which has never been done before i don't believe on this program and one of those courses leads us to larson's bakery in seattle northbound neighborhood where danish baker named paul larson claims to be the only bakery in the country selling a buttery on d pastry called let's let's try it here smooth akaka a pastry he gave me a slice of at the very start of art interview or shouldn't of eaten because i'm supposed to talk to you and we'll talk about the cozy scandinavian craze that has invaded the united states over the past couple of years called.

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"rachel bell" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

02:16 min | 3 years ago

"rachel bell" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Time flies he has a twenty one year old boys no longer boy thanks tom used to were twenty man then you're minutes a moments are up so you're never gonna get march fourteenth at four o'clock back today never gonna get it you'll never get this day back you'll never get this afternoon you'll ever get this sunshine so don't go home and turn on the tube don't call and get mad at your kids don't go home the dog the dog don't go home and closed the shades get outside race it lubbock get in that vitamin d take it all in you'll never get this day ever coming up at the bottom of the hour rachel bell stops bog maybe she'll be the award winning rachel belle she wants that james beard award congratulations to her and aaron i'm really proud of them i know say we should that's kind of a big deal it's kind of a big deal say gigantic deal like there when it comes to culinary awards the maybe michelin star if you're a restaurant tour would be a little bit more prestigious pellegrino does best restaurants in the world lists that i for places that are not rated by michelin but on the outside outside of that if you're if you're tangential to being an actual restaurant owner so we're talking about the food media food writing a food reporting a television any of the things that talk about food and report on food james beard is the biggest thing that you can win so the fact that she even got nominated so three three people nominated inner category two of them are much bigger operations in terms of podcasting than her is a gigantic deal listens to her i know she's trying to nod even like saying it's an honor just be nominated but it's hard to not want to come up a little bit later at four fifty nine how we knew shower thoughts here showers bro turns out this approach hip if there's water coming through your ceiling don't wait an hour before you turn off the main art sounds all i'm gonna say did we get jesse did jesse jones jessie j where's just jesse couldn't make it in studio but he sent us some audience on jesse usa stop by all the.

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