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"radio city music hall" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show
"Stuff. Rich eyes and everybody from the rich eisen show will be hosting the wall to wall coverage and just in awe of what the NFL has done. And how they've taken over last week. They're shutting down Las Vegas boulevard, guys. Sorry, doctor leaf. Yes. Imagine Mike del tufo yesterday. I like to better in the 80s when they were just in a room and hand in the car. They're going to have pontoons. Come on, man. You didn't say that part of it. He just said he liked it better back then. When it was in like the radio station when it was in Radio City Music Hall. It was old school in the shutting down the street in Vegas. Where you just got the commissioner and gets a hands of cards and stuff like that. I don't want that. I want to see the spectacle tonight because it's going to be cool. But we wish it was Radio City. Boring ass New York. Well, New York City. Maybe just in that room with some of the best best drafts. I mean, are you kidding? It happened in New York City. 1998, for example, I don't know who was drafted then. But what happened in here? All right? Oh, Tim Dwight. Speaking of speaking of the NFL Draft and somebody who was not drafted but became one of the greatest quarterbacks in NFL history, Super Bowl champion Hall of Fame or Kurt Warner. He's going to join us next. Here on the rich eyes and show. I'm Ryan Lee, filling them for rich. We'll be right back. Conspiracy theories. Aliens. Paranormal. Bigfoot, UFO. Just some of the things I talk about on theories of the third kind. These mummified children were sacrificed in an Inca.
"radio city music hall" Discussed on NFL explained.
"In one draft? No, it's crazy. Sometimes in an entire draft, how many potential Hall of Famers are going to be in just the entire draft? Oh, that's such a good point. You know what? That would make a really good, that might be one of the questions I throw in for our next grab bag episode. Oh yeah, I like that. Which year produced the most total Hall of Famers? Yeah. Across all teams. All right, file that one away in your notepad, Mike. Anyway, back to this one. In the 1970s, the NFL decreased the number of draft rounds from 20 down to 12. It stayed at 12 rounds until 1993. Now, in the 1970s, one of the more notable draft traditions was born in that was when a former NFL wide receiver Paul salada approached commissioner Pete Rozelle and he asked if he could celebrate the last pick in the draft and call him mister irrelevant the celebration as pulse a lot of saw it would be a flight to Newport Beach, California, and a parade, and wouldn't you know it. It was the Steelers who had the final pick in the 1976 draft. They chose Kelvin Kirk, he thought he was being mocked, but then he ended up agreeing. I mean, come on, it's a free flight to Newport Beach. Except you missed the flight. The parade, however, Mike still went on and they found a local butcher to fill in for Kirk. A local butcher. Okay. Yeah, whatever it takes. How do you miss the flight? That's a story for another episode. There you go. Yeah, yeah. Well, I'm glad you bring up the idea of mister irrelevant and just sort of circumstance that comes with the TV coverage. So the draft itself was becoming a real event. ESPN actually televised it for the first time ever in 1980 and at that point on, no turning back for the first 52 years of the draft. It was held on a Tuesday and Wednesday. The draft moved to a Sunday on Monday from 1988 to 94, mainly because the Marriott Marquis offered the NFL a better rate on the days for the ballroom space, which is just crazy. Always have to look for a bargain. No Expedia points, I guess, to sort of bring the cost down as reward numbers. The draft, it actually moved to the weekend slot in 1995 when the event was moved to Madison Square Garden. It did a one year stopover at the Jacob javits convention center in 2005 before settling in 2006 at Radio City Music Hall. Jets fans really found their voices if you were recalled. I know a DD you certainly did. The NFL network began actually simulcasting at that point and it just sort of really took off to another gear. That's also the year the time allotted between picks decreased. Round one went from 15 minutes to ten in 2008, round two moved down to 7 minutes from ten. So in 2010, the drafts went to prime time moving the first round to Thursday and the next two rounds to Friday night. Now the ratings actually increased 35% in that first year in prime time. The first round of the 2021 draft saw a 12.6 million viewers according to the Nielsen ratings, which for perspective is about the same as the clinching game of last year's NBA Finals and Major League Baseball's World Series. So just like the league is looking to do the NFL combine, the league actually just started a bidding process for draft locations rather than just keeping it in New York, which is kind of a cool thing. Let's spread the love a little bit. It had been there from 1965 to 2014. It has since made stops, Chicago twice, Philly, Dallas, Nashville, the commissioner's basement, which I think was cool, but probably not Roger Goodell's favorite location. That happened obviously in 2020 during COVID and then of course Cleveland. And as we mentioned at the top, 2022 with DeeDee. Yes, loss, Vegas. I hope you're growing to this. We can't gloss over this. What's really funny about this is that the draft was forced to move. The NFL has done a tremendous job of turning what are seemingly mundane or procedural events into huge events like the draft, like the combine where fans can sit in the stands now. But this wasn't actually an active choice. What happened is that Radio City Music Hall was booked, and if I'm correct, I believe it was the ice capades that were going to be at Radio City Music Hall in April and May. So the NFL had to move and then happened upon this idea of showcasing other NFL cities by turn and this is just been one of my favorite favorite things. Now, who can forget the throngs of people partying in Nashville. And then I'll tell you last year, I got to be boots on the ground in Cleveland for the week leading up to the draft Mike and we did bits at The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. We did bits with some of the great restaurants in town and what it was is that you think about NFL fans looking at stadiums on their TVs and usually many times these fans watch games on TV and all they really know of the city where this team is playing is the stadium or whatever the drone blimp shot shows them. The draft moving gives each of these NFL cities an opportunity to showcase so much more of what it is beyond just the stadium. And I'm a huge, huge fan. I love the idea of moving the draft around and cute little aside. The draft was in the commissioner's basement in 2020. He made picks from an old old old armchair. That armchair was set to Cleveland. Last year. And I did joke on air that Roger Goodell's wife, Jane, asked that we not send it back. Nostalgia. I guess not enough to keep him commissioners man cave. And on a piece of furniture, that's someone's looking to get rid of. Anyway, we're caught up on how we went from a chalkboard to the bright lights of sin city. So when we come back, we'll take a look at some of the more interesting draft day facts, like which colleges have sent the most players to the league and much, much more. When we come back, NFL Draft explained. With our newest unlimited plan, everyone's welcome. Introducing welcome unlimited from Verizon for just $30 a line per month for four lines. With auto pay plus taxes and fees. Our best priced unlimited plan ever. Did he say $30? Yep, $30 a line for the whole family. The network you want. The price you love. Switch to Verizon today. Paper free billing required. Unlimited 5G nationwide four G LTE. In times of congestion, your data may be temporarily slower than other traffic. All smartphone lines on the account must be unwelcome unlimited. And are eligible only for select promotions. Includes domestic talk text and data usage only data roaming at two G speeds. What up? It's dramas. You may know me from the recap on LA TV. 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"radio city music hall" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Dangerous coming to companies around the country concerning COVID-19 Osha says starting January 10th it will start issuing citations to companies that violate the federal vaccine mandate The occupational health and safety administration says citations will start going out on February 9th to businesses who don't comply with the testing mandate The announcement comes after a federal appeals court reinstated the Biden administration's vaccine mandate for large companies President Biden will give a speech this Tuesday on the COVID Akron variant COVID cases have been surging across the U.S. because of the fast moving coronavirus strain leading to more COVID-19 deaths and hospitalizations White House press secretary Jen Psaki said Saturday that Biden will announce new steps the administration is taking to help communities in need of assistance She says he will also issue a stark warning of what the winter will look like for Americans that choose to remain unvaccinated The pandemic is wiping away yet another holiday tradition in New York City and disappointing fans who traveled to the Big Apple from around the world to enjoy the Christmas spectacular Brad Siegel has more The Radio City rock cats are canceling the remainder of their season due to COVID cases the announcement comes after Friday shows were canceled in a statement the organization said they were unable to continue due to increasing challenges from the pandemic They look forward to welcoming fans back to Radio City Music Hall next year Although 2020 shows were canceled altogether because of COVID this year's season lasted for 7 weeks and 100 shows before the curtain came crashing down It had been set to run through January 2nd tickets.
"radio city music hall" Discussed on Naughty But Nice with Rob Shuter
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"radio city music hall" Discussed on Naughty But Nice with Rob Shuter
"This is make or break for these two. This is a terrible terrible tragedy and we want to focus on the victims here, but Travis and Kylie are definitely part of this story and it is not over yet. However, rumors that they have broken up are not true. More news on the Chris Cuomo scandal that we did really, really early on on this show, it's an anchor Chris, has quit his job on SiriusXM although page 6 are implying that he was actually pushed out. He was asked to leave, and then they let him quit before he was fired, but also too he is saying quote while I have thick skin that I also have a family for whom the past week has been extraordinary difficult. So right now I have to take a step back and focus on what comes next. That means I will no longer be doing my show at SiriusXM. I think Elena this is a smart idea. He should lay low for the moment and figure out what he's going to happen. Going on live radio every day. I think he shows an hour, maybe two hours, is a mistake. Let's remember he's in the middle of a major investigation. It could become a criminal investigation, a young person at ABC has come forward, claiming sexual misconduct. So Chris is in a lot of trouble here. I think it's probably best for him to shut up. Absolutely, and let's be really honest. Is he able to focus on doing a show? We know that when you do a show on a daily basis, it doesn't matter if you get sick or you had a bad day before, you have to be up and ready. And I just think his mind is probably in a million places dealing with what happened with his brother losing his job. Obviously, these alleged sexual allegations. So right now, he just needs to take a step back and let's say he's actually not category where he probably has a little money in the bank account where he can actually take the time off that he needs. And I think one of the things that I find really interesting that he says is that it's not just affecting him. When something happens to you, it just doesn't affect yourself. He's got a family. He has children. And they have to listen to this and see this every day. Wow. So I think right now he wants to be there for them and.
"radio city music hall" Discussed on WTOP
"The New York Times Sondheim died Friday at his home in roxbury Connecticut He was 91 Sondheim who was taught by the legendary Oscar Hammerstein wrote the lyrics for 1950s American stage classics west side story of gypsy early in his career 6 of Sondheim's musicals one Tony Awards for best score He received a peeled surprise for Sunday in the park an Academy Award for the song sooner or later from the film dick Tracy 5 Olivier Awards and the presidential Medal of Honor I Mike Gracia Also we're learning that Tony Bennett will be stepping away from the stage because of health issues for him TV guys Matt rauch tells W TOP his final on stage performance will be on TV At 95 he's living with Alzheimer's and he pretty much is in a fog But when you gear up the music the music the standards that he has sung all of his life all of a sudden he's back to being Tony Bennett and he can sing He can remember the lyrics It's quite amazing And so he paired up with his favorite recent partner lady caga for one last farewell concert taped it this summer at Radio City Music Hall two sold out shows and on Sunday Night on CBS One last time with Tony Bennett Lady Gaga will air And I think it's going to be quite special This really is his farewell concert but apparently he really wowed the crowd and to hear him sing things like I left my heart in San Francisco Well I think all of Tony Ben's fans will leave their heart on the table watching this show on Sunday Night And that special will air Sunday at 8 P.m. right here on CBS 6 54 44 Target USA The national security podcast Threats to U.S. national security Americans attacked with mysterious weapons I had incredible vertigo.
Will Dr. Fauci Try to Cancel Christmas This Year?
"My fear is if numbers don't get lowered sufficiently for dr fao cheese liking. We're going to be back to being told to avoid one another over the holidays again. Although it doesn't. I don't know it feels like something is different this year. Look at new york city. The macy's thanksgiving day parade. It's back full bore no limitations on crowds at all. They didn't even allow. There wasn't a parade last year radio city. Musical christmas spectacular. A big tradition in our family for many many years. No show last year old older back this year. I wonder if they have a masked mandate at radio city. I think they do. But i don't. I'm not sure how to look into that derek. Saving and look out into radio city and see if they have because that place is huge radio city music hall thousands and thousands of seats. I mean broadway's back. They're trying if it feels like the country is shaking it off. Do you think fao. G has any credibility left
"radio city music hall" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Was going to be an album of songs by Cole Porter You're the top You're the Louvre museum So last year Tony Ben announced he's been living with Alzheimer's How did that affect the making of the album Well his team had to operate with great sensitivity to his condition But he was diagnosed back in 2016 so you know this wasn't a sudden thing What's really remarkable here is the way that he snaps into focus when he's singing I recently spoke with his wife and caregiver Susan Benedetto who says he's still sings at home with a pianist a couple times a week sort of like a workout And whatever fog exists around his everyday life it seems to dispel when the music starts Susan said this was even true at his farewell concert with Gaga at Radio City Music Hall for his birthday a couple months ago It was the last situation in which Tony could still be Tony And have a true understanding of who he is and this is what I do and this is what I'm supposed to be doing And I can connect with my audience In that moment he understood exactly what was going on Now prior to singing and then when he gets off stage he would not necessarily know where he was or why he was there And you couldn't even tell you if he's saying or not But in that moment you can just tell the mannerisms and the music everything just comes right back You know I've heard that about other people for whom music was central to their lives when they get in that space then a clarity can exist in it's a beautiful thing It's beautiful It's I think it's sort of a miracle you know And it's so poetic in the sense that Tony Bennett has given so much of himself to this music over the course of his recording career which stretches you know 70 years And I think it's fair to say that at this point the music is giving back So knowing that this is most likely his final recorded statement it's both beautiful and bittersweet And when I ask Lady Gaga about that this is what she had to say When I think about timing in his last album I have nothing but reverence love and respect for him I think I may always cry about this I don't think it will ever go away And I don't know that I wanted to I think that pain lives were pain belongs And Tony as always inspired me to use it So I'm going to keep using this magic in my life and just share with you that even when hard things happen You can.
Tony Bennett Retires From Performing
"Every tire and the curtain is coming down on Tony Bennett all 95 year old says he's retiring. Apparently, his doctors told him it was time Bennett recently did a couple shows with Lady Gaga at Radio City Music Hall, which, as it turns out, where his last live shows he's canceling the rest of his tour.
Tony Bennett Cancels Fall and Winter Touring Dates in 2021
"Legendary singer Tony Bennett is retiring from live performances if you were hoping to see Tony Bennett perform in person your opportunity may have passed the ninety five year old Grammy winner had canceled his upcoming twenty twenty one tour because of the cobit nineteen pandemic and now his son tells reporters Bennett won't be going on the road again Bennett had concerts planned in the northeast Arizona Oklahoma and Canada despite being diagnosed with Alzheimer's disease but those dates won't be rescheduled earlier this month Bennett had teamed up with lady Gaga for two nights at new York's Radio City Music Hall the shows were filmed for broadcast at a later date and these may be the final live performances of his seventy year career I'm Jackie Quinn
"radio city music hall" Discussed on Classic Movie Musts
"A huge attributing factor too. What makes how to succeed in business without really trying. So wonderful is what bob fosse brought to to the theatrical version of it and he gets a a a strange credit in the film which i think it's a musical staging by and that is from what i've read because originally on broadway for the excuse me on broadway. The a choreographer was hired because of a particularly enigmatic number and quickly enough it was discovered that that was all he had up his sleeves. And bob fosse was brought in and bob fosse being actually quite generous said. I don't wanna take this credit away from him and kind of stomp on his potential career. So i will take this other lesser credit. But it's bob fosse. That does the interesting choreography. And to your point about editing from what we know about bob. Fosse's films that he actually directs and edits. The editing is out of this world so we almost get this fascinating mixed bag in this film or we get some of those. Bob fosse moves that are taken to a whole different stratosphere when combined with bob fosse's editing so we get the moves but we don't get the editing and so it's just not quite bob fossey but oh my god. Can you imagine if it was. Bob fosse and bar listeners of apparently one of the great numbers which was fully filmed and in the original release Coffee break anybody. Who knows the score for have succeed in business without retrying knows that coffee break is one of the great numbers. It's cut from the movie and it was cut solely for the reason that the premiere at radio city music hall and radio city music hall had very strict standards about time and kind of the last minute. They said david swift. You've got you've got to cut something. And and he. I think incorrectly said to himself in terms of the narrative. I don't need coffee break And none of the principals is involved. You coffee break. So i'm gonna cut it. And then when they release the dvd they were gonna put it back in and the footage was lost. One it's one of the. There's a treasure out there somewhere. Maybe maybe the footage isn't entirely lost. I give anything anything to see. The choreography the fossey brings to coffee break. Because he said elsewhere the two pieces in this show that he was proudest of were coffee break and a secretary and obviously we secretary is not a toy is such a wonderful number in this film. We'll get to that but.
"radio city music hall" Discussed on Mike Gallagher Podcast
"Watched cnn so you don't have to last night. The joe biden townhall. Wow what an extraordinary display of an out of touch. President who said things like You know how cars are cheaper now than they were before the pandemic. He's a guy who said you know if you get the vaccine you won't get ovid. I guess he didn't hear about the texas democrats maybe he didn't get the memo man man. Now there's a report that the white house is talking with the cdc and considering mandating mask wearing for vaccinated people lot of bad news. Maybe some good news to report. Check this out. I just got an email. The tony bennett and lady gaga are going to perform together at radio city. Musical august third and august fifth the performances at radio city will feature now this. That's indoors. is it an indoor venue. There's a big step for new york city because new york has been really scared of covert. They saw terrible images when this thing began it. Hit new york hard. Thanks governor cuomo for sending all the cove one thousand nine hundred patients into the nursing homes. Nicely done so. New yorkers are petrified. You're still see even now you can walk around the streets. New yorkers a bunch of people outside wearing a mask and nervously suspiciously looking at other people. So this is a big move. I mean i got two big pieces of news about radio. City they're bringing back the radio city music hall. Christmas show the christmas spectacular featuring the rock cats. and then. Here's this headline native new yorkers. Tony bennett and lady gaga will share the stage. One last time at new york city's famed radio city music. Call two nights only august third which is bent. It's ninety fifth. Birthday and august fifth the performances. At radio city will feature song renditions from the great american songbook of popular and jazz standards. That bennett and gaga have claimed as part of their legacy over the past decade. Okay now here's where it gets interesting because they're not gonna let you show up. You're going to have to be ready. You got to do everything but give blood. You gotta get your you practically have to donate a kidney to go to this concert. Listen to this guests will need to be fully vaccinated for one last time. An evening with tony bennett lady gaga many sheets. There are radio city. Hey derek checkout. How many seats are radio city musical. It's not a few hundred. it's a lot now. Maybe they're not going to sell all the seats maybe they're gonna as everybody out have plexiglass because you got to hear this. If you wanna go see this concert coming.
An Evening with Tony Bennett and Lady Gaga... If You're Vaccinated and Can Prove It
"I just got an email. The tony bennett and lady gaga are going to perform together at radio city. Musical august third and august fifth the performances at radio city will feature now this. That's indoors. is it an indoor venue. There's a big step for new york city because new york has been really scared of covert. They saw terrible images when this thing began it. Hit new york hard. Thanks governor cuomo for sending all the cove one thousand nine hundred patients into the nursing homes. Nicely done so. New yorkers are petrified. You're still see even now you can walk around the streets. New yorkers a bunch of people outside wearing a mask and nervously suspiciously looking at other people. So this is a big move. I mean i got two big pieces of news about radio. City they're bringing back the radio city music hall. Christmas show the christmas spectacular featuring the rock cats. and then. Here's this headline native new yorkers. Tony bennett and lady gaga will share the stage. One last time at new york city's famed radio city music. Call two nights only august third which is bent. It's ninety fifth. Birthday and august fifth the performances. At radio city will feature song renditions from the great american songbook of popular and jazz standards. That bennett and gaga have claimed as part of their legacy over the past decade. Okay now here's where it gets interesting because they're not gonna let you show up. You're going to have to be ready. You got to do everything but give blood. You gotta get your you practically have to donate a kidney to go to this concert. Listen to this guests will need to be fully vaccinated for one last time. An evening with tony bennett lady gaga many sheets. There are radio city. Hey derek checkout. How many seats are radio city musical. It's not a few hundred. it's a lot
"radio city music hall" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show
"Better. Yeah so are. These other stereotypical black characters or something. Wizards of the coast continues to say that some elements of the role playing games. Fantasy races have drawn from the treatment of real world ethnic groups that have been and continue to be denigrated like savages. Or something interesting. I will say this. You know when i grow up cartoons like speedy gonzales with that guy and fred flintstone was that guy and everything was that guy and at some point they started making everyone kind of the same except for their skin. Tone was a little different in their hair was a little different. But it's there's nothing more knowing than like the cartoons do it modern day cartoons still which they have this sort of black. It's it's essentially a black man who has no characteristics a black man. They just sort of they from peanuts. Yeah or bryant. Gumbel brother greg gumbel like that. They just looked like it's like and then what you would essentially have heard. Yeah you have five characters who are the same. They're just different shades their their likes the mannerisms the way they speak turned it all kind of it's kind of my argument with the you know vanessa williams like she's the first black woman ever win. Yeah with blue eyes and straight hair and all the features of european beauty right all right. Let's do do we have the guys Zooming in soon max pat. We have time for one more all right all right last one. Take all the chrysler building. Radio city music hall the statue of liberty. Ooh i wanna talk in radio city. We talk on rock cats problematic. Are we talking that maybe building my guess maybe someone wasn't allowed reform there A history of nation. Good call chrysler like a catholic. Four history of little little Tarnished this. Nothing's about jesus. I mean anti semitism. We don't care coca might have been a dick. Yeah that's what we've learned from ford for. Okay i guess. I'm gonna say the statue i was gonna say. Yeah i'd be shot. No longer counts as a symbol of inclusive or something. Really radio city. Someone was denied playing there. Something philip kennecott pulitzer prize winner and washington. Post's art and architecture critic says that the statue of liberty represented liberty said. It was a symbol of quote unfulfilled promises due to america's history racism. So it's not that the session itself is what what it fail to the table. Everybody journalist added that. The statue was irrelevant to non white americans. I feel great about this game. If you have any questions about. what's problematic. Please seek out the winner. Jennifer ad went four for four relations on your win..
"radio city music hall" Discussed on Awards Chatter
"Because all of the young boys knew exactly what was happening. They said is getting out of there. It is so it was a nightmare and had this rabbit. And i sent the. I sent the magic act back to votes in florida. But he didn't want the radin fach. So i took it with me. I wanted to go to new york. And i exit. I left the tour of bit early. Because i was in washington. Dc as yes. Let me get to your. And i found an apartment employees street in queens and it was a basement apartment with a- dirk thrower had a bathroom and then they were steps up to her apartment and that was the refrigerator that i could use a just before. You open the door there. But the rabbit was a real problem with their d'oeuvres more. You know they date don't you. Yes so he was constantly digging up everything. And i thought well you know i'm i'm gonna get some publicity out of this rabbit also as a magician. I was called. I called myself. Carol carol kaye. Arll c. a. r. o. l. l. And my hair was dyed red. And i had a green critic green soups so i put a harness on the rabbit and i walked all around that the new rockefeller center. And you know it's true. They say about new york. No buddy even turned around and look. I don't remember. I guess i gave the rabbit away. I don't know i. I don't remember but i had to get rid of the rapid to then eventually i i. I was very good about going on auditions. And and all the streets off broadway in the forties. There were offices where they booked variety acts. So i decided you know. I'll go in all of them. I have to tell you that at the radio city music hall. There was a little cafe. And i met other actors there. It was easy. They let you sit as long as you wanted with. One cup of coffee figures. I got up and did all the rounds. Sometimes i come back and they would still be sitting there with that cup of coffee. But i was really determined and i did get some jumps. I got a child which sends me back to pennsylvania as as a tap dancer and I shared a woman a shared a room with a woman. Who was a violinist. And you know her. Big thing was was playing thing.
Dave Chappelle Documentary to Close Tribeca Film Festival
"A famous comic is closing out the Tribeca Festival tomorrow night. The film from comedian Dave Chappelle takes a glimpse into the challenges facing a rural village in Ohio. During the early days of the pandemic, it will spotlight the high emotions following the Black lives matter. Movement along without local young people started weekly marches and rallies. The film will premiere at Radio City Music Hall, which marks the first time the iconic venue has been opened in more than a year. I'm Lisa G.
David Chappelle to Premiere Emotional New Documentary at Tribeca Festival
"A new documentary from a famous comic is closing out the Tribeca Festival tomorrow night. The film from comedian Dave Chappelle takes a glimpse into the challenges facing a rural village in Ohio. During the early days of the pandemic, it will spotlight the high emotions following the Black lives matter. Movement along without local young people started weekly marches and rallies. The film will premiere at Radio City Music Hall, which marks the first time the iconic venue has been opened in more than a year.
"radio city music hall" Discussed on Casting Actors Cast
"We're so far removed right now from any of that. Christmas spirit right. I mean we think about what covert and we're also optimistic and so hopeful that getting an inoculation of getting is which is going to cure folks from having this dreaded disease that's around the corner and we just have to still exercise some patients before we're able to get that vaccination and so christmas is just not feeling the same right. It's just not feeling like we can be with family and friends. Or i don't know about you of have that christmas feeling. Whatever that is to you. I know what it is for me but that christmas feeling part of it was radio city music hall but i also have to share that. I'm one of eight children. And i remember so many amazing christmases with a large family growing up in michigan that i just love being able to reflect on some of those fine moments and so. That's what christmas means to me now that we are in this very precarious and uncomfortable moment. I love to reflect back on some of those performing moments that i just enjoyed so very very much. It really was a dream. Come true and i am so grateful that i've had that experience. Now what are your fond moments. What memories do you have. It would be great if we could all sort of reflect back in. I would love it if you could write to me and let me know what your performing memories are around the christmas time because you know what. Christmas is one of those times where i mean if you look right now. Online professional theaters across the country not only professional theaters but even community theaters and college program. Everyone is doing one of two productions right now either. It's a christmas carol right. How many christmas carols kid we do in one season or it's it's a wonderful life you know we're we're seeing all of these productions of it's a wonderful life going on and some are doing the radio play and there's all kinds of adaptations that are being done for that. So what are your memories. Did you have a christmas show. Memory that you're reflecting on now that would be great for us to hear it. I would love to hear it so please feel free to send me anything that you want about your christmas.
"radio city music hall" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Is you and I. Once I got my PhD in nutrition. I come to your house and you always cook the same fatty foods And I would say, how could you do that? You always ate it, But God bless you. What else do you like on a Saturday? What do you eat? When you go out French fried potatoes? You're 83 years old. You need French fried potatoes. Or what else do you have with her? What other like, like like bite, Frank crap. I love you, But let me ask you truthfully. You don't smoke or drink right now in your life. Did you smoke? No. I saw once you did when you were 30. You took a cigarette. Just to show up just to show off. I never had any advice if you have any vices, but my what do you think It was a food s so you can eat anything. But what do you think? Is the secret to longevity? I wonder what the sacred Yeah. As you're an elder. You're 83 year. My case what it is, I think what? No sex, no sex Well that Robert this time This. This is amazing. Do you see how she set me up? How fast she was like an old Bush belt comedian. I didn't. I didn't know she even understood. I asked like I didn't know. I thought I had your longevity. In my case. I thought she was gonna come up with some off the wall statement, so I don't have my case and no sex. That's not that's a handy Youngmin. That's a rim shot. So you see, I got the gene for it. I learned to entertain. Because of her love for entertainment. Because she had such a tragic life. Let's see on Saturday is going back to childhood. There was a theater on Jamaica Avenue in Queens, New York, is probably long gone. On Saturday or Sunday. They would have a double feature movies and remember double features, like Probably 3.5 hours long, these two movies and I swear to God. Then there was a 10 act live performance that followed that. Preceded the movie. You were there all day. You were there for hours. 45. I don't know how many hours you go to the movies. It was safe. And she took me once the radio City Music hall with a friend of mine, Alan, and they took it behind the scenes at Radio City Music Hall. They showed you how radio was made. I was young 789. I don't remember. You go in there? So I said, and they say Children, this is how we make the sound of a horse. I always thought they were really horses. And then the guy would have two things that looked like hers, and he clapped him on the board next to a microphone. I was amazed what sound effects were And he said Children here is how we make the sound of thunder and he struck a piece of metal or 10 along, you know, boom, and it sounded like thunder. I was amazed that sound effects When I had first heard them. And so you might say I was born for radio, but I didn't go into radio. You've got to understand something. Radio was not considered a profession that any Uh, I had to put it educated, upwardly mobile young man would go into it was not a field. It was, you know, more professional fields with those you would choose. There's such thing is radio But as years went on, and I became an author, and I would travel the country doing 10 City Book tours,.
"radio city music hall" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"I just gotta say after watching the debate yesterday, I don't know how anyone can support Joe Biden and administration and what he plans to do as the president and, finally a night to see the substantive differences between a president with a Success will unify US vision and a challenger of former Vice President Biden. We're just headed for a dark winter death to spare. Shut it down. President said. New York's A ghost town deBlasio. The failed mayor of New York immediately tweeted out all that ghost town's going to be mar a lago pal, when you're retouched that there to retirement You saw the big story today. Macy's has canceled Santa Claus this year in New York City. Now that's show sad to me. Show heartbreaking. And that's That's a liberal Democrat view. First time in 160 years, Macy's won't have Santa Claus in the stores at Christmas Time 160 Year holiday tradition. But you know, Covad shut it all down. No Radio City no show at Radio City Music Hall that's canceled. Course, Trump is right. New York has been decimated and is different and has changed the country. Is starting to change, not for the better. President Trump wants to change that trajectory. How could you possibly what? The despair of the Democrats. To go forward. How could you possibly vote for a Democrat anywhere Because you know that's the party line. Jared, We'll start with you here on the Mike Gallagher Show 25 past the hour. Hi, Jared. Good. How you doing? Doing good. Hey, wantedto run through some of Joe Biden top Lines from the debate last night. I don't call him gas because I think he means everything says first was, you know, he said, Americans don't panic and he was talking about the president, you know? Not taking the disease seriously. Oh, lunch bucket. Scranton Jo has no idea what average Joe was going through. I had and month old and I couldn't find baby formula because people were hoarding it. You couldn't find a toilet paper in the month of March. So imagine if Trump had gotten up and said, you know, to panic, he said. The same exact things that the Democrats said early in the year. You know, it's okay. He was going by what she said so well for you since you brought this up. I mean, this is fascinating to me. Debra Burkes is loved by the left too. And they think that Debra Burkes and Tony found Shi have, you know, figured all this shot Can we take you back to march? 30th? When Dr Deborah Brooks was on the today show. Consider this. So we've never really done all of these things that we're doing. We put them into a model. We've looked at the Italy data with their size, self isolation, and that's where we come up with if we do things together well, Almost perfectly. We could get in the range of 300,000 fatalities. We do everything perfectly will be in the range of 102 100,000 fatalities and sadly, we've had over 200,218. Those same models, said 2.2 million people would die in America. Now. I don't know. I know about you. I think there's a big difference between 200,000 and 2.2 Million. That was Debra Burkes march the 30th Spare me the garbage that Trump bungled the cove in response because it sounds to me like the United States must have done everything just about perfectly, according to Debra Berks. It feels good to feel good. It really does. It feels good to know that I'm getting my fruits and vegetables every day with my balance of nature daily dose. I don't like the taste of vegetables I never have. That's why I became such a balance of nature fan and in fact, I was a bounce of nature customer before I had.
"radio city music hall" Discussed on KQED Radio
"I had some friends in town and we went to the Marriott in Times Square. We're having breakfast. And my friend happened to glance under the table and there was a badge and it said Bob Barnet 7 11 convention. And I was like, Yes. So we go downstairs in this huge banquet celebrating 75 years of 7 11. So I start mingling with people and I end up meeting the woman who organized the whole convention. So she starts asking me for my feedback and I'm like I go to conventions all the time. And this is the best convention I've ever been to, and she's like, Well, you know, you're you're going on today's activities, and I said yes essays. She gave me four tickets to Madame to Assad's four tickets to Radio City Music Hall. And then she said, Will I be seeing you on tonight's cruise? Yes. And then she didn't give me tickets. But, you know, I sent all the stuff and I never got anything and she was like what? She ran off and then came back with four tickets worth $150 each on a dinner cruise around Manhattan. So that night, me and my friends got dressed up and we go into the stores and literally there's like 507 11 employees and us guys are making friends and like I didn't lie like when people ask me what I did for 7 11, I was like, Come on, man. Leave work at work, you know. Way fun. And then they service this four course dinner and at the end of it, you know, we're we're eating our dessert and my friend leans in, and he's like Elna. I dare you to make a toast. Unlike you, I don't drink so I've never made a toast like, but I've seen movies. So I was like, Yes. So I take my glass and thinking, Think and Everybody shut up. I would like to make a toast. 27 11 for redefining convenience on their like and what I love about saying yes is like It's like where you start at the beginning of the day, and where you and that can be two totally different places just based on all the things that you say yes to And yet, then there's this whole other side of my life where I do say no and sex being the biggest obstacle of them And, you know, I think it's one thing to say no to sex when you've been in a two week relationship. But it's an entirely different experience. When you feel like you're in love, and I met my Yes, Counterpart. Four years ago, I was working at a TV show. He was in the audience and we started talking and it was immediately I was like It's you, and he was like you were like, and our first date was amazing. We were walking down the streets of New York and we happened upon a movie set and he was like we should sneak in and pretend like we're extras, and I was like, yes. And they were in the back of all these scenes, and we ended up in the makeup trailer. And the woman was like Did the director send you here in Berlin? Yes, Andi said. What did he send you here for, and at the same time we both said Black eyes and she gave us this huge black eyes. And then we just spend the rest of the day running around New York City with Diane Black eyes and it was incredible and literally every date one after the other was like, even more exciting, And really there was only one problem..
Radio City "Christmas Spectacular" canceled for first time ever
"Annual New York City holiday. Spectacular will be toned down. This here uses Chris Barnes reports. Officials have announced that the 2020 radio city Christmas Spectacular Spectacular featuring featuring the the radio radio city city Rockettes, Rockettes, is is canceled canceled due due to to the the uncertainty. uncertainty. Surrounding Surrounding Covad, Covad, 19. 19. It's It's the the first first time time since since 1933 1933 that that the the show show that that was was slated slated to run from the sixth of November through January 3rd has been canceled. In addition, MSG Entertainment, which owns Radio City Music Hall and Madison Square Garden, plans to lay off 350 people or 1/3 of its corporate World Force
The Rockettes’ ‘Christmas Spectacular’ Is Canceled
"The radio City Rockettes haven't annual Christmas spectacular that has been A day. Radio City Music Hall Sins 1933 for the first time in the history of the Rockets, Radio City Christmas Spectacular, it's been cancelled. MSG Entertainment made the decision to close the curtain on the popular show. This is a tradition for me anyway, and I know for many families around the world that I every single year. It's not Christmas for me unless I go see Santa Claus and the Rockets and the ending which fish features the living native ity. It is one of the most beautiful things and it's just only in America. How the hell you hasn't discovered the radio City Rockettes Christmas show. But they cancelled it. So guess what? Cancel the NFL cancel the NHL there they they may cancel baseball. Because of the Corona virus cases in Major League baseball. And guess what The ratings are going to continue to plummet. They're going to make a business decision. And we all know it. We will see. We shall see.
"radio city music hall" Discussed on WGN Radio
"In the 1977 film of the same name, which was directed by Martin Scorsese and started Minelli and Robert De Niro. 1978 Frank began performing this song and concerts and at Radio City Music Hall. I became one of his signature songs. Ring. Ding Ding is the title track to Sinatra's 1961 album, written by Sammy Khan and Jimmy Van Heusen. Next is Tangerine from Frank's 1962 album, Sinatra and Swing and Brass. Tangerine. She is a claim. With her eyes of night and lips as bright as flame town, Zuri. When she dances by Century on Caballeros, I'm on scene toast to tendering. Raised in every bar across the Argentine. Yes, she has them all on the run. But her heart belongs to just one. Our heart belongs to tend your degree she away plane with her eyes of night. Lip, says Brian his plane. When she does send Eurydice fell aside. Post two tendering raise Everybody cross. They are. Yes, she has them all on the run. But her heart belongs to just one belongs to.
"radio city music hall" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"He celebrated the release with a sold out show at Radio City Music Hall news god is my witness I'm getting back into show business we may have lost John Prine to corona virus but this is the way I prefer to remember him leaving us dancing in G. to one of his own songs lake Murray in twenty eighteen Ron and CBS this morning did a big story and what about six months ago or something I think something like that he was going to go out on tour in may and I think he might have been here in the Twin Cities last may and I he's gonna return remember if we saw John Prine and John Hyatt at the zoo maybe I don't have to look at my box of tickets I just can't remember but at it you know John Prine said after that Roger Ebert and he left a really bad movie and it was on Armitage three me went to the bar next door the fifth peg and he said I can't write about this crappy piece but I'll tell you what it was I know I only who is a singer and then it all just went he had this career and then Kris Kristofferson discovered him and signed him to his record label and he released an album in nineteen seventy one I don't even know where he went to a couple years ago yeah S. E. E. R. you might know as much as I did not know who he was and I think that CBS Sunday morning when he said if I'd known you know I might seem to be in the mail man longer because he wrote so many songs in the two years that he was a male and he could compose duties yes and does so a lot of people Krista Barney red you know she's crashed and burst Springsteen he said John and I were new Dylan's together in the early seventies and he was never anything but the loveliest guy in the world a true national treasure in a song writer for the ages some members from from the scene yeah and just a lot you know really any band or you know people that are really big song writers even a young you know don't you new generation writers really dark and then everything's sound heroes so it began his last album the tree of forgiveness that was number five on the Billboard two hundred acre high for him and his first ever album of new material in thirteen years and he was gonna do a north American and European are sure and then you got a Grammy lifetime achievement award this year and Bonnie read came out and she sang angel from Montgomery right yeah and I guess he was sitting in the I didn't want to perform and so anyway yeah that's that's really really as sad because he beat all this other stuff yeah you did right you know he was seventy three so anyway this is kind of a this is a clip Danny has it of his song heaven and so here you are heading in that we haven't got I thank him for more than one man can stand then I'm going to get a guitar and started writing room check into is well known the day after that they're going to it's really.
'Hadestown' Is Big Winner At 2019 Tony Awards With 8 Trophies
"And Haiti's town is the big winner in the twenty nineteen Tony awards, hosted by James corden last night. It took home eight awards, including best musical the awards held last night. It's at Radio City Music hall in New York City. And for USA radio news, I'm Chris Barnes.
Jeff Daniels ('To Kill a Mockingbird') on playing Atticus Finch
"Hi, everybody. I'm Peter Travers. And this is popcorn where we tell you. What is popping in the culture? And my guest today. Jeff Daniels who has multiple wards and the way I looked at it, he's too modest to say he's just been nominated for Tony Ward as best actor for tequila Mockingbird on Broadway, which is totally deserved. I don't even have to blow smoke with you. You know, I actually loved this, you know. Well, it's very nice. I think too. So are you just completely in Newark to all this now? It's you have your Emmys. You've been nominated for Tony before for God of carnage. Does it? What impact does getting nominated for an award have, you know, it's, it's? It is an honor to be nominated because I've been there when I wasn't and, and this was a big season for drama big season for drama Broadway, there, a lot of them and, you know, Mockingbird didn't get in as best new play did that make you stomp around for a couple of minutes when they will stop arounds big phrase. But, but it it goes to whatever the reasons are it goes to show that it's not automatic. You can't just go on, then I'll get nominated, and it's still you wake up in the morning. Bill ness. You wanna be invited to the big party, you know, and, and it is an honor to be there. And I, I noticed that when I was nominated for God carnage. I was probably the first big award. I'd ever been Emmys came later and all that. But I was in that room in Radio City Music hall, and I looked around at all the great work. That was all in one place. And these are just the people were nominated. There's other work that didn't get in that was, and you just feel I'm just glad to get it took it to the party. You really now anything after that, you know, would be great, but it really is to get in. Take something to well, and there's something about the Broadway the theater community, and I'm speaking to you as theater guy. Because back in Michigan. You have your own gross theater. You know this is something that matters to you. And you have even before we start talking about to kill a Mockingbird. You've signed on for one year doing this show. Nobody does anymore all stars. Don't know. Working after's, who need the job or in Evan Hansen, their second year and all of that. So it is, you know, it used to be what was done. Jason Robards Brian Dennehy comes to mind. Fonda Henry Fonda did mister Roberts for over a year looked at up league Cobb death of a salesman. Pretty sure over a year those guys were good. But that was kind of expected, you know that's what you did. And you and it's a big long commitment, but it's not that long when it's Atticus Finch, it's not that long when it's to kill a Mockingbird is not that long when you see what this play, and this production does to an audience night after night after night after night to get to be Atticus Finch, on Broadway six months, wouldn't have been enough so was happy to sign for your, and I'm interested to see what happens to the performance. Over the course of your I'm six months in now, and it's changed. It's deepened and it's gotten smarter and more, it's just gotten better. And so I'm interested to see where it is at the end when that happens when you have a director whose, they always use the phrase in the theater, okay after rehearsal. We've now frozen this show. This is now the way we do it, but can any actors really do that, because you are discovering something he's actor you can do it. You call it the mule on the trail performance going down the Grand Canyon. The mule didn't even have to look, you know, the meal just goes down. And then I do it this way. And then I get to here, and I do it that way. And you think about where you're going to eat throughout the whole show. I've seen that. I have ten that's the trap, you can get into that. You can literally your mind, just floats away and your thing and you go and stay here. Stay here stay here because, you know it so Bart. Shared the director Mockingbird. Basically, he's saying this is going to move around. I expect you to move it around expect you to explore a little bit here and there. You gotta you gotta have enough sense of story and experience to know when you're, I think Ellen all called stuffing the dog when you're just suddenly we've added four minutes to the show and it's probably you. You got it. You gotta is what you're doing. Is this thing you found in month two? And does it lead to something else? And now as a better place or do we need to go back here to where you gotta kinda gotta stay in the lane. But you get to move around and Bart has given us permission to do that. But I think this cast is really don't agree job of serving story. So they're in while it moves and changes a little bit. It always seems to be pointed in the direction of serving story, not some individual. Whereas my light kind of thing, not in this cast, but what I noticed when I was at this show was that there are people that I had seen at the theater before because of this property because of what Harper Lee wrote, there are suddenly because we read it in school, you know, but it wasn't work and there's just something about it. And watching, what Aaron Sorkin has done to take what Harper Lee did. And to update it without updating it. But just. Making something that's going on in this play speak to us. Now you had a lot of controversy with that in the beginning. You know there were people doing you can't around with the, the state, who was there say is the lawyer for the estate one person had some issues with an early draft. I think he ended up with twenty two drafts. By the end of it. So pretty good chance some of that stuff would have gone away anyway. But, but in whatever it, we got it settled and the risks for us. I thought once the lawsuit went went away was three adults playing the kids. Are we going to get away with that? Are we going to overcome Gregory Peck? And the last third third act of this thing, basically. Deviates is this is a play based on the book. And now we're gonna put out of his through something that the move in either the movie nor the book put him through in by putting him through that, that I think, is where Aaron was able to relate it to today. Is there goodness in people that we can rely on will the better angel in all of us? Rise to the top in twenty nineteen that isn't necessarily true. And I think you're on was forcing Atticus to face that, that sometimes you can't just wait for them to do the right thing. No, there's not much and Atticus does some things in this play that aren't very Gregory Peck. Yeah, there's flaws in him. But it makes it just so more mature engaging because I'm seeing somebody with human flaws doing this. Yeah. And, and to be more than fair to pack who only won an Oscar for it was a different time, early sixties. And it was from the point of view of a young scout nine years old. Whatever she is in the book looking up her great father. So he really kind of stayed up on a pedestal throughout the book and pretty much for the movie and we weren't we were a small town. Lawyer gets paid in vegetables and trying to raise two kids and he handles land dispute service agreements for closures inning. And right will, and then the judge comes over to his house in his life changes. That's how we approached it. But do you feel competitive in any of these awards with other actors that are nominated in your category? In other words, you and Bryan Cranston. Now just cold staring. Each other because everybody was nominated wants to win. Everybody wants to make the speed. Everybody wants to take on that toll because it's called it anyone who's ever stepped on stage. Once that it's there's, it's so special it, it's I've never been nominated for an Oscar, but I started in the feeder, high school and community college, and my purples theater companies twenty years old and off Broadway. And coming back to Broadway. Keep returning to it. And now forty two years later, you get to Atticus Finch you get to do the role of a lifetime on Broadway in the theater, that's a lot to be proud of. So this sit there with, with Brian and Patty and, and all the other guys. Adam driver all them. Yeah. The kid Jeremy pope. But you know, it's a great group and you're part of a lot of great work that competitive thing, nobody scores the most points. These things we're doing five different things really, really well, go back to the day that you decided you were going to be Atticus Finch on Broadway. Was there any terror about that ultimate decision that had nothing to do with you committing for year because it's one of the great roles it's a great character? And despite the fact that we see flaws in him, there's virtue in him to me, as watching actors all my life and reviewing them the hardest thing to plays virtue. There's, you know how do you play good and make good interesting? And you get and maybe Atika struggle to remain. Good to remain take the high road and there's a bit of a struggle. This is a helps that yeah, but that's his aim because while he sitting on that porch this world in the south in nineteen thirty four in Alabama KKK's there. He's not initially he's kind of letting it happen. He's not going. He's not out there trying to change it. He's not carrying plan. No, he's I thought that was really interesting. Certainly where he starts. He knows that if he takes this case to defend Tom Robinson. And he sits in front of a jury of white Christian farmers men. He knows what he's going, this is no longer just executing will or foreclose and, and he's avoided that just raised his kids. I'm just raising my kids without a wife. I'm raising my kids, and he knows that will change thing unpleasant, things will be sent to us, and it's going to go beyond that you're gonna have the KKK come up and visit you on your porch and go, what are you doing? And I did a lot of research to kind of understand that kind of just keep your head down and don't get involved and stay out of trouble as family and just raise your kids and don't get involved. There was a lynching last Tuesday night, we missed you there. We got another one Friday, common and Atticus has to either say, no, I'm not or tied up that evening. Bob can't make. And there's a lot of there are a lot of people, especially in today's America that are don't wanna look go wanna see don't want to. I. I don't wanna know about Russia. I don't wanna know any, we'll do errands kind of speak into that, that American that decent honest, hardworking American lose just doing this, and it's not enough to just look the other way not now wasn't for Atticus and it isn't for us. Now there's denial and there's a combination and enabling. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. And that's why I think people sit there watching this like this, you know, this is somehow speaking to us right now involve you gonna get. Yeah. Yeah. What was what was your first encounter with this story? Did you read the book? I did you the first encounter really was? I probably had seen the movie as a kid. I don't remember we didn't read the book, we read, Lord of the flies and farewell to arms, which wasn't on the public school curriculum where I was at Aaron said, do you wanna play? Atticus finch. And I didn't blink. Absolutely. I think partly because the last five years ten years now. I've been taking chances are been. Challenging myself doing things that I wouldn't that other people think I can do, but I don't know how to do. So say yes.
MTV Video Music Awards: Cardi B & The Carters Lead Nominations
"Was close. Friends with supermodels Kate moss and. Naomi Campbell as well as the late fashion designer Alexander McQueen I, don't know anything about them Yeah it is it sad I haven't. Watched, that show but this is definitely making headlines and Johnny Depp and his former business managers will not be kicking off a potential messy and revealing trial over depth long-held fraud claims next. Month because a settlement was reached over the weekend interest with deadline dot com. Reporting that will no one is talking. Both sides are happy with the deal now depth sued, his former managers in two thousand seventeen accusing them spending millions. Of dollars without his permission and depth sued them in two thousand seventeen for, twenty five million dollars in damages the management group countersued alleging that. Depp was. Responsible for his own financial straights I also can I just also point out the timing of this is so interesting it's like they thought that it would get altogether buried by happening kind of right into the. Weekend and they're just like Russia to the side brushes aside we still know What I'm saying is we still know that Johnny Depp is. A hot mess. Oh yeah that's yeah that's not getting rush to the side no. That's not but I think that Warner Brothers is happy because the, new j. k. Rowling movie is, coming out he's a part of that and they didn't. Want all this Exactly they probably paid for it Cardi b. leads the nominees for this year's MTV video music awards earning ten nominations in total and five of those nominations are. For her video with Bruno Mars the song finesse and that video will. Compete for video of the year the. Big prize along with childish Gambino this is America Drake's God plan beyond. Saying Jay Z's eight. Blink Camila. Cabello savannah an area Grendades. Video not yours left to cry the Vietnamese are live from. Radio City Music hall on August twentieth already time for the Yeah I know. And then you know what else is going to be time. For number and the over Wow Yeah.
Robert De Niro Says 'F--- Trump' at Tony Awards, Gets Standing Ovation
"Abso alexa open the case summit preview theatres best i'm elliot francis brazil preliminary meetings are underway in singapore ahead of president trump's summit with kim jong on tuesday correspondent will ripley says north korea is looking for the us to meet them halfway number one priority for it's not economic incentives frankly it's security guarantees they need to know that their government will be safe that they will not be the libya model that president trump's national security advisor john bolton compared north korea to a country they gave up its nuclear weapons and was overthrown by us backed forces just several years later north korea wants kim jong un to remain firmly in control and they want to grow their economy and they also want an end to what they feel is a hostile policy on the part of the united states goes after the cdc announced deaths by suicide were on the rise across the nation senator chuck schumer is calling for more funding for suicide prevention juror says the recent string of celebrity suicides and the cdc's recent report put a quote giant lump in his throat and a hole in his heart well the seventy second annual tony awards handed out sunday steve castenbaum was there bruce springsteen was honored for a sold out run on broadway at the tonys at radio city music hall on cbs this is deeply appreciated and thanks for making me feel so welcome on your block he performed his song my hometown the sound was cut on the tv feed is robert deniro cursed out the president in his speech about springsteen drama students from marjory stoneman douglas high school performed the song from the musical rent seventeen people were killed in a shooting at their school in parkland florida as for the awards best musical went to the band's visit best play went to harry potter steve kastenbaum new the bloody sunday this weekend.
Donald Trump, Amazon and Larry Cudlow discussed on This Week
"If offered a chance to take a spin around the earth in a spacecraft most americans say they'd pass with research into space tourism escalating the pew research center wanted to know whether private companies like spacex blue origin and virgin galactic would actually have people lining up for an orbital ride turns out not so much right now nearly six out of ten say they're just not interested only about four in ten say if given a chance to hop aboard a spacecraft they were definitely or probably be interested many say it's too expensive or too scary but the interest in becoming a space tourist peaks among younger generations and men i'm jan johnson the tony awards kickoff tonight with a pair of first time hosts no clear hit like hamilton to cheer for but a likely assisted by bruce springsteen josh groping and sarah barilla's will co host a twenty eighteen tony's from radio city music hall i'm ann cates and i'm susanna palmer from bloomberg world headquarters white house economic adviser larry cudlow says president donald trump's decision to disavow a joint statement after the group of seven meeting in canada was a response to negative and quote sophomoric comments these made by canada's justin trudeau low was speaking on cnn's state of the union at is closing press conference trudeau called us steel and aluminum tariffs insulting and pledged to proceed with previously announced retaliatory tariffs could lo said trump's response was completely a reaction to trudeau's comments in time the other g seven members attacked president donald trump for reneging on that group of seven joint statement saying the remaining seven countries must now stick closer together to steer global policy a watchdog group is calling on amazon dot com to improve conditions for factory workers in china who make echo speakers and kindle ereaders china labor watch release a report following a nine month investigation of working conditions at a factory owned by han high precision industry the company known as foxconn which makes products for amazon the report paints a picture of low pay and intense working conditions.
Gavin, Lady Gaga and Tony Bennett discussed on Doug Stephan
"Heaven and the cares that hung around me through the week seem to vanish like gavin singalong street returning to gather dancing cheektocheek here's guy guy god combo turned out to be so fabulous on the best selling musical connections in a long long time was the get together lady gaga had with tony bennett and so much so they're back in the studio together both of them were spotted heading into the new york electric lady studios rumors have been floating around they are collaborating once again this song cheektocheek and the album that came with a debuted at number one in two thousand fourteen on the billboard charts massive success for both of them and they said they wanted to do something else so bad guy performing as tony's ninetieth birthday bash at radio city music hall and you can see whenever they are together you can see that there is a warmth between the two of any number of times when they have appeared together so anyway at a at chu is he really respects her talent and i'm a huge tony bennett fan even is not easy to sing with he has such a unique style the way he raises things it's not easy to actually sing with him and somehow she managed to really do that and do it better than anyone else who's ever tried normally his duets are separate singers and they cut it together in the studio president chore together it's a lot of work maybe they wanna do it he did a few shows together but that was it hi also music at twenty five past the hour on the dj vs show victoria and doug bobby brown call the cover of pushed to tease new daytona album which depicts whitney houston's bathroom counter littered with drugs in really bad taste really think bobby brown was married to houston in the nineties and he was blamed for her drug problem but it turns out maybe that wasn't the whole story that's the impression i've gotten in more recent last couple of years anyway after being told that it was a picture of houston bathroom licensed by kanye west radio five thousand dollars brad said why would he posted on his album cover that would be that would be something i'd ask pretty disgusting.
Judiciary Committee, Zachary and Douglas County discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show
"Politics republicans and democrats can be good neighbors loving parents loyal americans decent human beings i don't remember another time in my life when so many americans considered someone's partisan affiliation attest whether that person was entitled to their respect joe fryer reporting a new poll is revealing that majorities in forty four to fifty states supports same sex marriage the poll was conducted by the nonpartisan nonprofit research organization p r i the study finds overall support for same sex marriage from more than sixty percent of americans while thirty percent are opposed most religious groups also support same sex marriage while white evangelical protestants and mormons are still opposed chrysler is up ford is down and gm isn't reporting overall april us sales for chrysler up by five percent over the same month last year with deep sales up by twenty percent ford however posted a four point seven percent decline for the month even though the fseries series posted its best april since two thousand from now on general motors is only going to be reporting quarterly last week the detroit based automaker posted a four percent first quarter increase over the same period last year a lisa z nbc news radio broadway hits mean girls and spongebob squarepants the musical are leading the pack for this year's tony awards with a dozen nominations each the twenty eighteen nominees were announced today the seventysecond annual tony awards will take place on sunday june tenth at radio city music hall in new york city brian shook nbc news radio here's the latest from koa newsradio six congressional district congressman doug lamb board is back on the primary ballot for now a federal district judge made that ruling today last week the state supreme court ordered lambourn off the ballot because some of the people collecting signatures weren't from colorado the decision may still be appealed a colorado house committee watched the tape of the last moments of a douglas county sheriff's deputies life this afternoon zachary perish was trying to take in a mentally troubled man known to be heavily armed the judiciary committee is hearing a bill that would allow for the court ordered seizure of weapons for those who pose a risk to themselves or others in this case there had been many red flags.