21 Burst results for "Ragland"
"ragland" Discussed on The Hair Radio Show with Kerry Hines
"I had just started the Hair Radio Association. Do you recall this conversation, Wayne? No, no doubt. And I thought it was a very important one because we talked about the nexus between the beauty industry and the community and how powerful historically the beauty industry has been for every community, but particularly communities of color where we don't always have these private spaces where our political and cultural conversations take place, but they do take place in the beauty salon and the barbershop. In fact, it is so important that people feel it's a safe place. They talk, they can commune, it crosses classes. So, you can be in the barbershop with somebody who may make their income on the other side of the bar with the judge because we all go to the barbershop or we all go to the beauty salon, and we have these, what I call, sacred conversations because we are blunt and honest. And it's such a cultural phenomenon that it has to make… It seems like we carry the weight of the world on our shoulders, and that weight is directly balanced between your two feet. And with this balancing act, who do you think is suffering? It's not the kids, it's your feet. While running errands, paying bills, or dodging traffic, you could be ruining your feet. Wearing the wrong shoes for the wrong period of time can cause more damage than you think. Hammer toe and bunions are the leading deformities in black women, and Dr. Yolanda Ragland is the first black and only female podiatrist with practices dedicated solely to the correction of these type of deformities. So let this black girl do some magic, and fix your feet. For more information, visit FixYourFeet.com, providing medically necessary surgery with a cosmetic result.
"ragland" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show
"We are representing a second whistleblower from the FBI, Marcus Allen. Due to whistleblower retaliation by the FBI, I've been suspended without pay for over a year because of you, ACLJ donors. You get the best attorneys in the world. Folks, welcome to the Eric Mataxas show sponsored by Legacy Precious Metals. There's never been a better time to invest in precious metals. Visit Legacy PM investments dot com. That's Legacy PM investments dot com. Ladies and gentlemen, looking for something new and original, something unique and without equal. Look no further. Here comes the one and only Eric Mataxas. Ladies and gentlemen, if you've listened to me over the years or if you followed me on any level over the years, you know that I believe that everything means something. Everything is connected. And that includes how we dress. If you dress like a slob, no offense to the slobs who are listening. But if you dress like a slob, it says something. It's not just that that's how you dress. Everything matters. And I came to understand this through my friend, Tim Ragland. I've talked about him on this program before. He is one of my dearest, oldest friends. He wrote well, he and I did many books together. He's an illustrator, genius illustrator. And Tim Ragland, if you're familiar with my Uncle Muggsy books, Muggsy and the Terrible Twins of Christmas, Uncle Muggsy, Yankee Doodle Muggsy, The Birthday ABC. These are three children's books that I have written, which you can find at where you can find them at my store dot com if you go to my store dot com. But Tim Ragland's illustrations are brilliant and gorgeous and amazing. But it was Tim who really helped me. This is like probably in the late 80s begin to understand why what you wear matters, why men's fashion matters, why getting dressed up in this way or that way matters. And it's something that I've been interested in over the years. And so I'm really thrilled today to have someone as my guest to discuss this. He goes by O.W. Root. Those are two initials. Oh, W. Root. I follow him on Twitter at necktie salvage, necktie salvage. But I'm just excited to talk to him about things that matter to me and I hope will matter to you. O.W. Root, welcome to the program. Thanks for having me. You are wearing a seersucker jacket and a white shirt, necktie looking snappy. I feel every time I'm talking to you or to Roger Stone on the program, I suddenly feel ashamed because I'm not wearing a tie. I think a tie can look a little ridiculous when I'm in this kind of informal setting behind me. But we'll put that to the side. You're looking great.
A highlight from O. W. Root(Encore)
"We are representing a second whistleblower from the FBI, Marcus Allen. Due to whistleblower retaliation by the FBI, I've been suspended without pay for over a year because of you, ACLJ donors. You get the best attorneys in the world. Folks, welcome to the Eric Mataxas show sponsored by Legacy Precious Metals. There's never been a better time to invest in precious metals. Visit Legacy PM investments dot com. That's Legacy PM investments dot com. Ladies and gentlemen, looking for something new and original, something unique and without equal. Look no further. Here comes the one and only Eric Mataxas. Ladies and gentlemen, if you've listened to me over the years or if you followed me on any level over the years, you know that I believe that everything means something. Everything is connected. And that includes how we dress. If you dress like a slob, no offense to the slobs who are listening. But if you dress like a slob, it says something. It's not just that that's how you dress. Everything matters. And came I to understand this through my friend, Tim Ragland. I've talked about him on this program before. He is one of my dearest, oldest friends. He wrote well, he and I did many books together. He's an illustrator, genius illustrator. And Tim Ragland, if you're familiar with my Uncle Muggsy books, Muggsy and the Terrible Twins of Christmas, Uncle Muggsy, Yankee Doodle Muggsy, The Birthday ABC. These are three children's books that I have written, which you can find at where you can find them at my store dot com if you go to my store dot com. But Tim Ragland's illustrations are brilliant and gorgeous and amazing. But it was Tim who really helped me. This is like probably in the late 80s begin to understand why what you wear matters, why men's fashion matters, why getting dressed up in this way or that way matters. And it's something that I've been interested in over the years. And so I'm really thrilled today to have someone as my guest to discuss this. He goes by O .W. Root. Those are two initials. Oh, W. Root. I follow him on Twitter at necktie salvage, necktie salvage. But I'm just excited to talk to him about things that matter to me and I hope will matter to you. O .W. Root, welcome to the program. Thanks for having me. You are wearing a seersucker jacket and a white shirt, necktie looking snappy. I feel every time I'm talking to you or to Roger Stone on the program, I suddenly feel ashamed because I'm not wearing a tie. I think a tie can look a little ridiculous when I'm in this kind of informal setting behind me. But we'll put that to the side. You're looking great.
"ragland" Discussed on The Hair Radio Show with Kerry Hines
"Hi everybody, this is Queen Treet and I'm starting out the hair radio show with Terri Crystal Jones-Vaughan of Exway Hair and Body and I love the hair radio show. Hello everybody, I'm Valerie from validate your beauty. I am giving a shout out to the hair radio morning show, Terri Hyne. You're listening to the hair radio morning show. We are making black progress. Stay tuned. It's time to rise and shine with the hair radio morning show with Carrie Hyne. Welcome to the hair radio show on Vlog Talk Radio. He's the host with the most, Mr. Carrie Hyne. Good morning and welcome to an all new live edition of the hair radio morning show. We're the longest running daily live broadcast on hair in the world. 25 years and counting. Now on today's broadcast, we've got the latest in hair and beauty talk, great music, and much, much more. I must thank our Caropy Hair Products, Hair Nation Expo, Events, the Lawn TV Network, and all of our amazing advertisers who are responsible for getting this episode on the air. Now, if today is your first time tuning in, thank you and remember to press one to make a live comment or shout out during the show. We're here each weekday from 6 to 9 a.m. Eastern, 5 to 8 Central. Now grab your cup of coffee and enjoy today's show. One, two, but I can't help it. I love the way it feels. The time is stuck between my fantasy and what is real. I need it when I want it. I want it when I don't. Tell myself I'll stop every day. Knowing that I won't. I got a problem in the eyes. Even if I did, I don't know if I will quit, but I doubt it. I take another thought of me, and I know that love's just true. Baby, you pick up my addiction. I'm so strong, I love you. I can barely move, but I like it. And when it's all because of you. And it's all because of you. And it's all because of you. And it's all because of never getting up. She doesn't need it. Think of it every second. I can't get nothing done. Only concern is the next time I'm gonna get me some. Know I should stay away from, cause it's no good for me. I try and try, but my obsession won't let me leave. I got a problem in the eyes. Even if I did, I don't know if I will quit, but I doubt it. I take another thought of me. And I know that love's just true. Baby, you pick up my addiction. I'm so strong, I love you. I can barely move, but I like it. And when it's all because of you. And it's all because of you. And it's all because of you. And it's all because of never getting up. She doesn't need it. Think of it every second. And it's all because of you. Never getting up. She doesn't need it. And I know that love's just true. Baby, you pick up my addiction. I'm so strong, I love you. I can barely move, but I like it. And when it's all because of you. And it's all because of you. And it's all because of you. And it's all because of never getting up. She's the sweetest child. She's the sweetest child. I'm a-coughing and breakfast with my favorite two folks in the whole wide world. Every day. That's Nicole Marie and Michael Hoskins. And I'm Kerry Hines right here on the All Known She Radio Morning Show. And you get to do the same thing. We start from 6 a.m. Eastern, 5 Central time. Take the show all the way to 9 o'clock in the morning here at New York Live. Always make it a great day. I'm Maggie Anderson. I am the creator of The Empowerment Experiment and the author of Our Black Year, my family's year-long stand completely living off of black-owned businesses. When we decided to take on this public pledge, we had no idea how hard it would be. There was only one black-owned grocery store in all of Illinois. And that grocery store closed five months before we finished our year. And I have two little girls. That means no fresh milk, no fresh meats, no fresh produce. But I put them through that because we took the stand and we wanted really to do something extreme out of love for our community, to expose how few black businesses there still are, to refute negative stereotypes about black-owned businesses, and to expose economic injustice that still persists in America. After the year, I decided that I could not go back to corporate. I could not go back to law. I've made this issue of economic racism and really trying to create economic empowerment in our black community my life. The black hair care firms, they sustained the civil rights movement. Black women created these companies, huge thriving companies, and we shine a light on what happened in Tulsa. Most black neighborhoods were anchored by these black wall streets. And if we could bring that back, America would be better. I'm not saying bring all of it back. That would probably be impossible. But we can bring black hair care back. There are great black hair care companies that exist, black-owned hair care companies that exist right now. And it would be wonderful for in America, just like other groups own their culturally relevant products and industries, that the black community can own the biggest black hair care brands, that the black community can own black beauty supply stores. Three percent of the beauty supply stores in black neighborhoods, and black people know what I'm talking about. If you go into a black neighborhood, you're going to see a beauty supply store. And they're going to sell all the black hair care products that only black people use. And they are not owned by black people. So I've issued the black-owned hair care challenge. Just asking everyday folks to say, hi, my name is Maggie Anderson, and I accept the black-owned hair care challenge. And tell the world that from now on, I'm going to buy black hair care products. I'm going to make sure it's from a black-owned company. As women, it seems like we carry the weight of the world on our shoulders. And that weight is directly balanced between your two feet. And with this balancing act, who do you think is suffering? It's not the kids. It's your feet. While running errands, paying bills, or dodging traffic, you could be ruining your feet. Wearing the wrong shoes for the wrong period of time can cause more damage than you think. Hammer toe and bunions are the leading deformities in black women. And Dr. Yolanda Ragland is the first black and only female podiatrist with practices dedicated solely to the correction of these type of deformities. So let this black girl do some magic. And fix your feet. For more information, visit FixYourFeet.com, providing medically necessary surgery with a cosmetic result.
"ragland" Discussed on The Hair Radio Show with Kerry Hines
"We'll be right back I Love the hair radio show hello everybody, I'm Valerie from validate your beauty I am giving a shout out to the hair radio morning show Carrie. Hi Ladies do you love a man with a well-groomed and sexy beard men do you suffer from patchiness or Irritation and want a fuller beard well let me introduce you to the hottest beard care products on the market Rugged evolution features 16 amazing balms oils Champoos and accessories our products are sure to meet the demands of all your beard care needs for more information Go to rugged Evo Dot-com that's rugged Evo dot-com and remember what it is As women it seems like we care the weight of the world on our shoulders and that weight is Directly balanced between your two feet and with this balance and act who you think is suffering not the kids It's your feet while running errands paying bills or dodging traffic You could be ruining your feet wearing the wrong shoes for the wrong period of time can cause more damage than you think Hammerto and bunions are the leading deformities in black women and dr. Yolanda Ragland is the first black and only female podiatrist with practices dedicated solely to the correction of these type of deformities So let this black girl do some magic and fix your feet for more information visit fix your feet calm providing medically necessary surgery with a cosmetic result When you become successful Everybody wants you to be successful till you're successful Everybody wants to tear you down They want to tear down a performance. They want to tear down what you said. They want to criticize you here They want to find a bad thing to say about you So you got to just keep walking And your self-worth has to be strong enough that when everybody's trying to attack you because they want to be you and the only way they can be you is they rip you and You have to be strong enough to take those attack You've just got to be strong enough and when you're strong enough and you get who you are Man what a life Did you know that the hair radio show with Harry Hines is the longest-running radio broadcast on hair and beauty talk in the world It's a broadcasting hair industry Institution see a live guest on air and join our long list of amazing celebrities and hair and beauty industry luminaries Who've all been on our show give our office team a call at eight three three four. Oh two eight eight Again, that's eight three three four. Oh two eight eight eight two or visit us online at hair radio Tom because you haven't made it until you've made it to hair radio The komari it is early in the morning Actually, good morning to you All the wonderful morning Absolutely. Well, listen, it's been a while since we have talked about Our morning Affirmations and and early morning routines and all of that good stuff What what What I'm gonna share what I do every day again for those of you who may have forgotten But yeah, I'm up early every day as you guys know Arise my lungs goes up about four and for me affirmations are an essential part of my mornings absolutely I'm grateful usually I I'm still in bed when I'm just you know, saying my morning grace if you will and just being thankful to be able to rise and Making sure that everything is just as peaceful as it was when I went to sleep That's mine now, what about you What what's one of your morning routines and affirmations? Well, first of all, do you believe in affirmations and all of that? Oh, yes, Carrie, definitely. I live by my Affirmations when I don't wake up as early as you but I'm kind of right behind you No one does no Carrie no But when I wake up in the morning, I say a prayer Being so thankful for being blessed with another day When my feet hit the floor, I'm up and I have Affirmations that are on my mirror in my bedroom. I have some in the bathroom on the mirror So I'm reading my Affirmations I have books that have affirmations in them. So every morning when I wake up I'm looking at them to remind me of This being being positive being thankful being grateful for another day and just starting my day in a positive way Just that booth Yeah, I think that boost is Love it that the fans of this show and you guys we we want to hear your affirmations, too Feel free to share your morning routines with us. That means a lot and I'll tell you each day Yes, it'd be able to pray and just be grateful for another day all of those wonderful things and then you know I'm on to making sure my coffee is working Have me a cup of coffee And you know and you guys I am immediately Making notes. I'm sitting at the desk watching the tube for news Preparing the broadcast each day just reminding that we our job is to make sure you are You know your day starts with the best way in the end the best way possible every morning That's what we're here to do. And I love it. I I think it seriously as you know, and so yeah I'm up and very rarely You know, I don't even think I over sleep it's very rare for me to like really over sleep Yeah, I can't think of the last time I've done so but and I take great joy and pride and I'm up and on it and that's Before everyone else is up. It's so nice and quiet and peaceful and you can get It's my favorite time every morning I rise early seven days a week Whether we're on the air or not Because I love that that time that I can sit back and really focus and and it's just it's just heaven and During the weekdays is the days kind of move along a little bit then I'm like, okay I'm in the you know, I'm kind of ready for the throngs of the day because I've just prepared so well and Yeah Every day and I think that's something so when it comes to affirmations I'm like you I believe in reciting and You know those those wonderful things that empower me daily so that yeah, that just connects me with my house higher power and if that's what it takes to kind of help you to get through your day, and I think it does and Sounds like you do too recovery then I suggest that you guys do that and I can't wait until we put together a nice book about Affirmation So maybe we'll do that what the hair radio morning shows morning affirmations Maybe we'll put together in the e-book. I think I think you heard it right here first. All right. Well, listen, I know You'll be back a little later this morning with a whole lot more Hair radio morning show talk to go all about affirmations. Listen Got a lot more to get to this morning. Of course. Stay with us. We'll be right back. Thank you. Look over a great stuff Hi everybody, this is Queen treat and I'm starting out this Hair radio show with Of its way hair and body and I love the hair radio show Hello everybody. I'm Valerie from validate your beauty I am giving a shout out to the hair radio morning show Carrie. Hi I'm Maggie Anderson's I am the creator of the empowerment experiment and Author of our black year my family's year-long stand completely living off of black-owned businesses When we decided to take on this public pledge, we had no idea how hard it would be there was only one black-owned grocery store in all of Illinois and that grocery store closed five months before we finished our year And I have two little girls that means no fresh milk, no fresh meats no fresh produce But I put them through that because we took the stand and we wanted really to do something extreme Out of love for our community to expose how few black businesses there still are to refute negative stereotypes about black-owned businesses and to expose Economic injustice that still persists in America after the year I Decided that I could not go back to corporate. I could not go back to law. I've made this issue of Economic racism and really trying to create economic empowerment in our black community my life the black hair care firms they sustained the civil rights movement Black women created these companies huge thriving companies And we needed that we talked about black Wall Street now because we shine light on what happened in Tulsa Most black neighborhoods were anchored by these black Wall Streets, and if we could bring that back America would be better. I'm not saying bring all the back that would probably be impossible, but we can bring black hair care back There Are great black hair care companies that exist black-owned hair care companies that exist right now and It would be wonderful for in America Just like other groups own their culturally relevant products and industries that the black community Can own the biggest black hair care brands that the black community can own black beauty supply stores and 3% of the beauty supply stores in black neighborhoods and people know people black people know what I'm talking about If you go into a black neighborhood you're gonna see a beauty supply store and they're gonna sell all the black hair care products that only black people use and They are not owned by black people So I've issued the black-owned hair care challenge. Just asking everyday folks to say Hi, my name is Maggie Anderson, and I accept the black-owned hair care challenge Tell the world that from now on I'm gonna buy black hair care products. I'm gonna make sure it's from a black-owned company Nicole Marie Michael Hopkins It is summertime here on the air radio boarding show Afro lock magazine and the L of our amazing fans everywhere We wanted to just check in with Every one of you out there and and I want to start and lead in with you Nicole Marie on Just an incredible summer as it's rolling along yes, so have you taken the time to go out and explore down in Water Valley, Mississippi.
"ragland" Discussed on WTOP
"Time you listen. WTO news. It's four 15. I'm Sean Anderson. And I'm Ian Kramer, thanks for being with us. In a terrifying echo of Princess Diana's death in 1997, prince Harry and Meghan, the Duchess of Sussex and Meghan's mother say they were chased by paparazzi in New York yesterday. They called it near catastrophic, adding the chase lasted for more than two hours. Joining us the joining us live rather to talk more about a Washington Post reporter Andrea salcido, thanks for being here. We appreciate it. Thank you for having me. So what more can you tell us about Harry and Meghan's description of this chase? So we know from a spokeswoman from prince Harry and Meghan, the duchess of success that from what she says, a group of highly aggressive paparazzi chased a vehicle where the couple was being transported to say night in New York City. Aboard that vehicle was also Megan's mother, miss doria ragland, and the spokeswoman has told us also that this was an over two hour chase that was nearly quote catastrophic unquote. We went ahead and also contacted the New York police department and a spokesperson from the NYPD said that there was a presence of many photographers on Tuesday that made the copal transport as a quote challenging. But that they arrived at their destination safely without any collisions or injuries. And then a colleague of mine Joan swain also interviewed a taxi driver who transported the couple at least for a part of her journey after attending the event on Tuesday. And he said in an interview that he wouldn't necessarily describe the incident as a chase. And that he felt safe during the ride. So it seems Andrea that it would be difficult for two hours to be chased by paparazzi in New York City in New York City. What do you all thinking about this after hearing that there might be some disputes of this account? Well, the accounts, like you said, there's a dispute over the accounts. New York New York City mayor Eric Adams at a news conference today said that he founded a bit harder believe he, those were not his exact words, but he did note that it would be difficult in a city like New York to have a nearly or over two hour chase. He said, if this lasted ten minutes or however, this lasted, you know, it's terrifying, but he did cast some doubt on the over two hour chase. Andrea, thanks so much for joining us. We appreciate your help on this. Thank you. Andrea salcido is with The Washington Post. Quick look at the top stories we're working on at WTO. Breaking news is a 17 year old boy has found shot in a school parking lot Roosevelt high
"ragland" Discussed on Forever35
"Between 1915 and 1929, he spent over a $1 million on Maybelline advertisements. Which has got to be a ton of money. In 1929 alone, he was spending $300,000 a year on advertising in more than 40 magazines and Sunday newspaper supplements. So he is like blanketing the town with Maybelline ads. To the point where, until the mid 30s, the word Maybelline was basically synonymous with mascara. It was the Kleenex of mascara. Yes. People would be like, I'm putting on my Maybelline and my lipstick. Wow. But as Maybelline starts expanding into other product areas, Tom decides that he really needs to brand this as mascara. And around the same time, like in the early 30s, he hires this guy named rags ragland. Stop it. He's really miss Howard, but they call him rags. I only want to think of him as rats rags. And his big innovation is that he's going to start selling mascara and grocery stores and chain drugstores. Yeah, he is. He's going to give us the drugstore makeup aisle. He's going to give us the drugs for makeup aisle until now they had only been in some stores in Chicago and doing a big mail order business. And they stopped selling in department stores because they take too much commission. Take that. Yeah. So they are really, they also have to figure out during the depression what they're going to do because people don't have money, but things really turn around with this ad campaign they do with gene Harlow, the movie star. Okay. Yeah. And here, I'll show you this. It's a very dramatic, it wasn't she like legendary for her brows to her super thin eyebrows. And her dramatic eyes. Her lashes are so long. And it says your eyes can have the same beauty and appeal as these. Wow. Yeah. And she does a lot of ads. There's another ad that she does in 1936. That's like a color ad. It's beautiful. And the text for this ad says the romantic charm of beautiful eyes can be yours instantly with a few
"ragland" Discussed on Sucias are my Favorite
"Easing out here in the in the studio is basically my garage but i got no other no place else to have room for all this crap. Blame you utah setup. You got thank you. It was a youtube setup but long story. I'm sure we'd get that some point cape so chino's and sousse yes. I'm that veto guy. Yo not gone on all social media. Welcome to another episode of souza's are my favorite today. We continue the journey into national podcast month. And today i have a guest is nathan. Who hosts post modern art. Podcast while the challenge like hey. I think i could do thirty episodes in a month. You're taking on quite the challenge. If i do say so. Yes especially since used to it once a week. So i was gonna say i struggle with my once a week sometimes weeks out so that we have them all together and plus. He's going to be a little short twenty thirty minutes. Whatever ends up being so whenever boats float just dive into the questions. Oh shoot notes would be nice to have. That would certainly help it. It would okay. Nathan ragland postmodern part podcast. All right welcome to the show. Have a new guests with me today. For national podcast pod. Mo- i have nathan. Ragland of postmodern art podcast. Welcome nathan how you doing tonight. I'm doing wonderful. Thank you so much for the opportunity nevertheless how you doing man. I'm chilly out here. In the in this little frigid cold in my little studio. So tell us about your podcast. What what should average listener know about your podcast. My podcast postmodern our podcast. A podcast dedicates giving artists. Who are wind wrote over the platform. They deserve basically on a weekly basis. I bring different artists from all sorts of different walks of life whether it be musician. Yeah people in animation I've even had a restaurant at some point i think. That's not format so bad. Just sit down. Talk about their passion. Their artwork what. They're doing what they hope to do. All sorts of different aspects. I'm basically just giving a face behind the artists themselves the artwork that you obviously see online so now i gotta ask. You managed to figure out a way to get nan cat. artist on a Artists not yet. No that's a little harder than it seems. No that's cool i. I hadn't even thought of doing something on that spectrum. Because i mean i guess you have a visual or video podcast with us i i have it on youtube spotify apple podcasts. All podcast platforms cool. What got you into this. What got you into doing the podcast specifically for postmodern art of this..
"ragland" Discussed on POSITIVELY JOY
"Up to five minutes. Ten minutes fifteen minutes twenty minutes even if it's just five minutes of silence every morning. That's that's fine too and then add a second set because it refills your reservoirs People will say. I don't have time. i'm too busy while. Actually what i've noticed is it has a. We have given you back time. So i stopped. You know what. I'm doing in usually in the middle of the day right before lunch and i eat a late lunch so one or two o'clock in the afternoon i'll do my second set then and i have found it really just has a way of refilling. Reservoir reconnecting needed god. Reconnecting need a life and just like during centering prayer reuse your sacred word to let go and open to god. You bring that posture with you into your day where you can let go of things that don't help you in. Hone in and focus on the tasks and duties that you need to do now the second half of the day so i encourage people even add a second sit. Even if it's five minutes to add a second sit. So i guess build it into your routine and and see how it goes. And i think you'll be pleasantly surprised that it it gives you back time in reconnects you to god reconnects you to life and you're more productive than you thought you might be because of it now. That makes a lotta sense. And i imagine that if you if you work in a place where you can get away even if you don't have an office but a place where you can get away. Had a particularly stressful first. Half of your day. It might be really really good practice to build that in to let some of that. Go and and then go into the second half of your day more refreshed in recharged. And i like what. I was in an ragland working from home with code and we'll probably be back in an office toward the very end of the year..
"ragland" Discussed on SRB Media Podcasts
"This is a say that build a team around him now absolutely need. You've always said that. Harry redknapp is also said the think that anybody that really understands the guy. We feel the england national sales manager. You build your team. Ragland jack relish. We should have done that. Revie should should've done that. Ramsey shoulda donate should built around astronauts antoni corey and as you've done articles In in in the telegraph we veggie moist. Is easter replacing itself. Well let's hope that pet now has broken that circle and he teaches gotta save guy how football should be played and if he brings inari county as well. It does bode well for england. We've a number of foden greeley unkind playing week in week out together in that manchester city Well the the the sad deichmann a bad guy ms now matter how Live in a dies. Itself is not gonna change. His is why thinking eight thirty. Am he's a. he's a national treasure. All of a sudden as england to a final. What a lot of people don't understand. Is you know we when we've almost got success in problem. Sixty six or ninety nine six when we should why our best manage then ables and then we got to the final this year. Old gangs have been at wembley. How would we fed. And in italy. I if we probably will be affecting mexico i would with adding brazil. We would never go up to the final we. The pop was light out for england's win this championship. I mean that easiest running and yet. I still couldn't do it and i i let the best player on the on the touchline. Still it is gone is all been said before but it just still next with you. You know and the reason that next to me because up. Because i've been through that you know in seventy four. When i was bangla freeze. i'll watch. England didn't qualify in qualify for twelve years. And i wondered why. And i and then at the front pan into the fire ramji gets a second. Rebbe comes in and that was neat twice. It was a double whammy for me because Again it was like southgate with jack eight. I don't like him and he is just as simple as that. And when you get right to the design a my friend you know they i down about this black and white thing. This is far worse. This is formal racial than black and white. We should tight so the against the manager. Think get rid of this manager. it's it's Older players have said for that tournament. You know our wonderful is in china. And when jack gets a bowl we love watching them. We love clam and yet the manages keeps coconut. Definitely know want chinese. Why what is it said that an f. i ate it says you got to the final but you know the fans are paying good money you.
"ragland" Discussed on Hey Moms in Business
"You'll spend so much time in that closet looking for something to wear that day in. It's just taking time from your productive productivity if you just get it done while you're already in the motion of doing something that's right. I agree in the is my last tip. Of course there could be so much more to cover but this is kind of the basics that i have seen that have helped me be better at home. Number five is get you a gym membership where there's child care. Works event family oriented. It's a must. Everybody should have some type of gym membership some type of activity in the reason. Why i'm doing i'm done with. Gym membership is because it gives you tom for you. Yes you can take the kids to the park. Yes you can take him on a walk. Yes you could do these things but that that gym membership in even if you have teenagers they can do the things throughout the gym as well. But it's important because it gives you tom to just relax. You and your husband can go. He can do this thing. You can do your thing. But it's giving you guys tom so wind down. Do what you want but your kids are still being looked after you can even Right on your computer for a second. You know you can utilize that time work while you're working out to carry your health because as you work on your health give yourself more energy. You'll have energy to do all the rest of the tips and so this is so it's like a it's like a two chilin two birds with one stone. I'm taking care of my body. The kids are getting time to play with other kids I'm getting the loan time. I'm ordering groceries if i have to the next day at the half to and it's all just for that one gym shit. You know what. I love that because you can't think of. It is just an expense for gym. Membership is also modeling for your kids. The the importance of staying active. And you know you have to intentionally put that into your routine. That's that's such a gift because when kids get older and if you don't instill some of those good habits they'll be potatoes on couch any other kids. It gives them time to get to know in meet other kids in in. Prepare them because my toddlers they don't go to a daycare where there's other children's so this is kind of introduce them into learning how to share with kids outside of their each other so the earlier you are. I don't even think you understand how much people are probably listening to this. Oh my gosh this little tip is going to save so much angst in my household i love you know what lots more to. So why don't you tell everybody about your website and the purpose of your website. It's www dot stay at home. Moms co dot com. Which is stay at home..
"ragland" Discussed on Hey Moms in Business
"So many arguments start with baby would do you want to eat. Well what do you want to eat all gotta decide. Would i want to eat the side right. The nair get it out the way. Make their breakfast. If you need to take out meet for later take it out of those of the new crop. Klatt do right the near prep their lunch. If you have to you know if you have air fryer put some stuff in air fry lettuce. Sit so it's time to turn it on but plan your meals early in the morning if not the day before do it that morning because that way your mind is freed up. You're not dealing with food. You're not deliver groceries now. You could be more productive in other areas of your life to get back to the air fire. How whoever invited that. I want them them. Fly them because that air prior is the bomb. They're up there with the air conditioner. Whoever invented the air conditioning. Air friday elaborate there with each other right mcnabb. Bless them. Because i caught something in near. I'm giving the kids a bath Doing something i'm disarmed as children watching my show right okay and Tip number four this is. This is Four mom's especially with toddlers or School age children star bedtime early. Now i'm not saying. Put the nabet early but it's okay to give them their bath at six thirty or seven o'clock if you're in the house not going back out Getting your clothes out for the next day. It's okay to do this stuff early. Why because you can have more downtime for you if you're wait until nine o'clock every night to start your bath tom or your bedtime process. It's going to carry over into you less time for you and your husband less time for just you if you're a single mom So start start that process early. I had The first lady in another church tells me that and when she told me that it sounded like something that i should already know. But i didn't know i will wait until eight thirty to start their bids on process in. We're not going to bed so it's ten o'clock Now sometimes we still do have lake. Sometimes you have services late where church lay with bible study so we start the process a little later but on the nights that i don't we're starting at process seven o'clock six thirty if a has especially in winter when the lights when it gets darker fast and i've noticed that it it it gives me and my husband more time together. It gives me more time to just paint my nails or something like that so that members at worst. There's nothing worse than i've always been a gift from. God is that he told me. Get your kids to bed early. Just get your kids to bed early. And i formed those habits and you know what there's nothing worse than having a day and then even if it was a good day or a bad day ruining it because you're you're running around at night trying to get your kids in bed going to late you're getting cranky instead of having peaceful good night. It's a crazy good night in just a terrible way to end your kids. I agree. that's a status. An awesome tip right and it sounds like something that i should have known but when she said it in started implementing. I'm like wow. This is beautiful and this is a bonus to that. Get their clothes ready for the next day during that process. You'll you relax..
"ragland" Discussed on Hey Moms in Business
"Angela fazio and my co host is on vacation so it's just need today and our special guests to cata ragland and she is going to share something that i think will bless your lives. She's gonna give five tips on how to run your household like a business. Oh my my cameras going stupid. Hold on what the heck how are you. I'm am doing extremely well. Angela thank you so much for having me mind. It's always a pleasure talking to you. The best here thank you. I really wanna hear this too. Because i think that people make the mistake of running their business really really well and then getting home and forgetting the skills that they have or you know. Put applying them to your your household so get started with your first tip. I'm so excited okay. Well again. Thank you so much for having me on and so as you said my name is drew quetta raglan. I'm a stay at home. mom. And i'm also a license. Roads are in. I do do some work from home. but again i'm the owner of stay at home mom. Co dot com. as well. and what. I have found is that a lot of women They do their jobs extremely well but then when they enter this the mom stay at home. Mom speier they kinda forget how good they are at things and so my first tip is. I looked for ways that i can simplify the process. Because that's what we do on a job you know. We're always looking innovate in. How can we do this process better so why not do it at home right. So the first thing that i do is At break it down into my major categories which is laundry so laundry is my number one. If you are a mom you didn't have to be a stay at home. Mom you know that laundry can powell if you're not careful and that's the it sounds so simple right but it's actually one of the biggest things that a lot of us moscow plane on behind my laundry. Here's one tip. How about instead of waiting until friday or sunday to do all your laundry do do one load at night and then in the morning you fold that low that way you find yourself not getting backed up. You know you're going to have to do the laundry if you're not going to outsource it then you need to do it at home. That's my first sip. Since i've been implement in that my household runs so much smoother one at night photo in the morning against alternate between whites in colors simple. But it's how you're gonna funk in your home better At home and then you don't feel so overwhelmed with that. Humongous pile is staring you in the face because even if you have saturday and sunday as a laundry day i'm i have all kinds of rules about laundry all quandary but if it if you wait till what happens if you have an impromptu meeting or you have a client that pops up or what if you just want to take your family somewhere and that pile of laundry is looming over you and making you feel like you. Don't you don't have flexibility to do that yet..
"ragland" Discussed on Sherlock Holmes Adventures
"The hound of the baskervilles by so common doyle read by greg. Ragland chapter one. Mr sherlock holmes mr sean combs who was usually very late in the mornings save upon those not infrequent occasions when he was up all night was seated at the breakfast table i stood upon the hearth rog and picked up the stick which visitor behind him the night before it was a fine thick piece of wood baba's headed of the salt which is known as a penang loya just under the head was a broad silver band nearly an inch across to james mortimer m ics from his friends of the c. c. h. was engraved upon it with the date eighteen eighty four. It was just such a stick as the old fashioned family practitioner used to carry dignified solid andrea shoring. Well what's what do you make of it. Homes was sitting with his back to me. And i had given him no sign of my occupation. How did you know what i was doing. Unbeliev you have is in the back of your head. I have at least a well polished silver plated coffee pot in front of me said he. I'll tell me. Watson what do you make of our visa to stick. Since we have been so unfortunate as to him and have no notion of his errand. This accidental souvenir becomes of important. Let me hear you reconstruct the man by an examination of it. My wife said. I following his far. As i could the methods of my companion that dr mortimer is successful. Elderly medical man were steamed since those who know him. Give him this mark of their appreciation. Good homes excellent. I think also that the probability he is in favor of his being country practitioner. Who does a great deal of his visiting on foot. Why so because they steak though originally a very handsome one has been so knocked about that. I can hardly imagine a town practitioner carrying it. The thick ion feral is worn down so it is evident that he has done a great amount of walking with it perfectly sound said holmes and then again. There is the friends of the age. I should guess that to be something. Hunt the local hunt to whose members he has possibly given some surgical assistance and which has made him a small presentation. in return. really watson you excel yourself said holmes pushing back his chair and lighting a cigarette. I am bound to say that in all the accounts which you've been so good as to give of my own small achievements. You have habituated underrated your own abilities. It may be that you are not yourself luminous but you are a doctor of light some people without possessing genius have a remarkable power of stimulating. It.
"ragland" Discussed on Bourbon Pursuit
"Distilling formerly known as oc tyler based out of owensboro kentucky pause briefly to celebrate the filling of three hundred thousand barrel of bourbon with each barrel holding roughly fifty three gallons. That's fifteen point nine million gallons of bourbon. Jacobscall green rivers master distiller and director of operations said it took nearly four and a half years to reach that three hundred thousand mark but now with production running at nine hundred thousand barrels per year those milestones will start coming a lot faster. New distillery has announced. It's opening eight. Two million dollar expansion that increase its whisky production by fifty percent. This will add nine hundred square feet to the distillery which will have three additional firm enters. The distillery will also be able to operate six days a week instead of just four in this will allow new rift to produce twelve thousand barrels per year up from its current eight thousand. Jim beam is going all in on becoming green and carbon-neutral making long-term commitments to sustainability. Across every facet of its value chain from seat to sip in a new program called proof positive. Beams looking at nature by putting investments and efficient technology and cleaner fuels and reducing water usage by fifty percent while also reducing greenhouse gas emissions by fifty percent. They're also planting more trees in those harvested from making barrels and using one hundred percent recyclable. Materials they're investing in consumer as well by putting five hundred million dollars towards promoting responsible decisions in marketing and providing nutrition information for one hundred percent of all of its products and more investments are going to the community by reaching fifty percent of women in leadership within its organization. Are you looking for a different kind of bourbon tour. When you're planning your next trip to kentucky maybe perhaps one led by colonel. Each taylor himself. While from may through october the frankfurt and franklin connie tourist and convention commission is offering bourbon history walking tours and historic downtown frankfort. You can join colonel. Each taylor for forty five to sixty minute. Guided walking tour in historic downtown frankfort historian kennedy portrays colonel. Taylor it'll be your guide to learn more about bourbon history in the area towards. We'll be offered on tuesdays and thursdays at one o'clock pm and tickets are only eleven dollars per person you can reserve years at visit frankfurt dot com a two hundred and fifty year. Old bottle of whisky is believed to be the oldest known whiskey in existence and set to be auctioned the front of the old england. whiskey bottle. Says it's from evans and ragland and lagrange georgia the back features type note to the glass that says this bourbon was probably made prior to eighteen sixty five skinner auctioneers say they used a needle to extract a small sample. The liquid be sent off of testing by experts and scientists from the university of georgia. Determine that the whiskey was likely bottled between seventeen sixty three and eighteen. O three the bourbon is set to be auctioned at the end of june and will fetch nearly twenty to forty thousand dollars and moving onto bourbon. Release news garrison. Brothers has released a new bourbon called la monetary that has been aged for four years and traditional bourbon than eight for another four years and imported french. The zone casks the eight year old is the oldest releases to date bottling at one hundred one proof and the price is set at three hundred dollars each for the roughly two thousand bottles and it will begin for sale at the distillery starting on may eighth now for today's episode. We hit on some great topics for this table. We discussed what does it mean to kentucky al. Now that dixon deadman is leaving the brand. And there's now a new designation for indiana rye whiskey and it's going to be legal. So what's that going to entail and now that there are ten million barrels of whiskey aging in kentucky. Will we see an oncoming glut of bourbon and a few years. Bourbon is known for their expertise in crafting unique blends taking lots of different whiskies from different regions. And bottling it at cask strength and now you can even buy them online just visit barrel. Urban dot com and click the buy now button with that enjoyed. Today's episode and now. Here's fred mimic with above the char. I'm red mimic. And this is above the char. This week's idea comes from wait me. That's right folks. I have an original idea here. I didn't fish this. One out of the many wonderful ideas that i get from folks for above the char- who often right me on fred frederick dot com or hit me up on the social. Media's i am very passionate about the color of bourbon. And i wanted to talk about that for a little bit when i first started scoring bourbon I usually give like five to ten points toward the color of bourbon. Because you see when we're bourbon goes into the barrel. It is clear as the water from your tap in. It's moving in and out of that. Would every single day extracting all that beautiful color and getting all those wonderful aromas and flavors. I just love to look at the color of bourbon weather. It's a light straw or a deep dark amber with some purple hues and is love looking at it just thinking of the story of the bourbon in the barrel as it was aging and then i kind of realized that the color of bourbon really is a moment of art to me. That is the moment that i am most finding myself aligned with whiskey as a whole being an artistic representation of the creator because every whisky has its own color. And just it's beautiful there. Also beautiful and i started to realize that it is not necessarily something that i could score on. It's something that you know. Ten years ago. I was scoring on but here i am in the last five years. I've come to look at whiskies color as art almost like an album cover. I look at an album cover and it should get me to listen to the music but let's be honest. There's some really kick ass album covers that lead to you know sheltered music and you just don't want to listen to it. It's not any good. The album designer did a much better job than the band did. That's happened a lot of times. And then there's some albums that are just piss poor and then you open it up and you listen to the music you know like holy shit. What in the world was this album designer doing and then the album cover kind of grows on you. You know what i mean. And that's kind of where i'm at now with bourbon. Is that to me the the art of the color beauty of it. Just observing it. All it is is wedding my palate in giving me an expectation of what is to come but i can't let that color of the bourbon have an influence on what i think of it. So i have completely cut out any of my scoring parameters of old Based on color and i focus on the aroma the taste and probably most importantly the finish will always be in my heart. Is that beautiful amber colour who has hues of purple or red or whatever it may be because the color. Bourbon is absolutely beautiful. And that's my story. And i'm sticking to it but that's gonna do it for this week's above the chart. Thank you so much for allowing me to have my own idea like the old days but if you have an idea for above the char hit me up. On frederick dot com. That's fred nick..
"ragland" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com
"Yeah because we're asking the black and white teeth. It's like we're on the same pay each been kind of cold work and we can only wear white sleeves under our shirts concern. I couldn't find my normal lake all the way down sleeve leaving. I was like no i went through a very very predominant Jersey raglan ragland. I went for very predominant. Wrangling t face. And i know i have one with white sleeves so douglas thing out. I only have what i remember. Have one in high school. That was blake. The body was read in the sleeves or dark blue and then there was a remember that because then there was another guy also in our theater class had the same color block one. We would always end up wearing it on the same day. I'm like aw you learned were dating. This is what people think. Gosh make me day. Also high america's reasons on single with that was my favorite day until you know getting nominated for things happened was for sweethearts and they have like the whole like themed fundraiser. For the week leading up to the dads and my favorite was twin day. I always thought that was fine. But my favorite part was like the annoying girlfriend that neither friends match them because then that always looks so angry. You know saying this. Did you start this popular couple. And they both had mentioned khakis and a pale yellow buttoned-down in a mansion belt and the shoes and she was like this is so cute. Now you know what. I was like in high school. I i hated every wind like i did. I was like low key like a black doria. I was like this is lame. But i'm smart. I'm against the naga. Talk to anyone anymore. Nobody did homework in in our twelfth grade. English english class because except for stacey because everybody knew that the person the the student teacher who was teaching us the second half she literally would just be like all right guys. Did you read it. And then like no 'cause you ask us that every day and you would be like can't lie. I'm just going to be a nap. While you catch everyone else up. Literally she would just go over what the reading was supposed to be the day before. Do you know what you've taught us. We don't have to do the homework. You know what. I've learned over prepared. Oh man that's great. Well listen lemme would meet. Let's get through some business because let me tell you what crazy thing happened to me. This week girl. What is it for too crazy things that happened this week. Yeah it's one but two. It's time for the big names. Ears day bake name. Series of the day is what we use to shay instead of using people's real names. We use the names in the fake name series of the day to hide their identities but if they heard these still ray who they are are are This week's fake name series of the day is mash. Are you hold it up limited. Let me tell you about me out. the staff been arming hospital in the korean war. Find that laughter is the best way to deal with their situation. I will tell you i don't. I never watched the show. But i remember when because my grandpa was in the korean war so agreeable would watch this show and he would be like they would do something and he'd be like that's not accurate my dad would be like. It's comedy could be accurate. Sure sure your grandpa's like flipping tables cakes it on for a really long time. If i remember correctly yes boat. I never watched this when my dad would reference that. Well it's like. I played the game. Mass where you figure out who your husband's going to be where you're gonna live dad like did you go to college who Oh no see. I was like okay can tell you know. I thought it was on for a lot of seasons. I who do. Who's to say. I might be from the the no no seasons. Yeah it was on forever. Wow good job. Mash back in the seventies that was that was what i mean. Now we've got seventeen seasons of grey's anatomy and like thirteen seasons of criminal minds. And you know dude. What is the simpsons and everything. A long amount of them always like no simpson is twenty three twenty five or something like that. Yeah easy easy right. I know insecure less. It is going to be season five. The driven i know the dramatic. I would say no because they know your curious. America the number one. Thank you for your shutouts in your suggestions on her platforms. Reasons why. I'm single on facebook. And then also we got some mixed. Dmz on instagram and twitter handles. Which are w. I s podcast. You have to say it with a song or else you won't find it. That's why you'll find it 'cause keyboards but anyways So i finished bridge team. But i'm still on manifesting. Love kick some like. I need to find something to fill in that boyd. So number one. I skipped the bachelor this week for the second week because they just can't maybe next week but i'm sorry i'm not there yet but Those going through my hulu. And i was looking at things that i've started didn't finish though back. Backup on the mindy project. She just got engaged to a minister. Which i stand quotation because he's the biggest jewish and is not representative of what a real minister should be. But i'm watching through that. I'm getting towards the end of season. One i think Is that one. Actor's name i can't think of his name but he like replaced her position while she went haiti but then she came back from haiti like doing her work over there. I can't think of his name. It's not jake jilin hall Gonna bother means spying and he was in the pineapple express in like other stuff mobile. There it is. Yes james branko though. He's there but then also What else i at. One point was watching grown ish which was the spin off of blackish. I'm like oh. I should pick that back up again so we have ten later. Maybe i'll have a cue for you. I like it So yeah we. Okay so i have been burning the candle at bolton's i don't even want to act like i'm burning. The candle at both ends the whole candles on fire ooh waxy. 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"ragland" Discussed on 600 WREC
"The roof off some of these commercial buildings and do some significant damage. Knocked the power out. Wanted trees down that sort of thing based on what we're seeing, so eager to see the weather service reports tomorrow on the strength of that storm at the end of the day, a lot of damage out there right now. No active warnings. The watch is in effect until 1 a.m.. Some of those counties have been trimmed out. Including Winston Lamar and Marion County. So some good news. What the weather service is waiting on is for this to just to kind of go ahead and blow through. We do have a flood warning in effect right now, and this is going to include Walker County around the parish area. Dora All the way through Samantha Northport there in Tuscaloosa and Pickens County. Some very heavy rain, and we may have some standing water out there. It's a lot of rain in a very short amount of time in East Alabama. Here it comes for Alexandria and Jacksonville. Ragland area ST Clair County. You're in good shape now. Still some rain there, but it is pretty much cleared the area. The worst of that may be right around nearly Henry awake. This is severe weather coverage on Birmingham's news, traffic and weather station. Stay tuned to news radio 1055 tell you we are see. Another weather update is just minutes away, and for immediate information on the weather or school closings Visit W We are cfm com Our space exploration. The shuttle program gets mothballed. We don't go into space. So if this is another Obama 2.0 thing where Biden steps in, And he.
"ragland" Discussed on 600 WREC
"His truck. Okay, this is stony Brook apart apartments in Fulton Dale, friend of mine eyes, telling me a report there. This is the storms that we were talking about earlier and Dr Tim is talking about He's got damaged in CenterPoint. He was out driving around and 79 Sun Hill Road. 79 Sun Hill Road there in the Center Point area. We're gonna work to see if we can get Tim on the phone with us. Um, an old unveil the whites flickering on and off incredible rain there. This looks like it's going to track just to the north of the Odin Ville area, But we do have numerous reports of damage. In Fulton Dale based on what we've seen from the radar data. And also the debris Signature, you know, looks very much like we had a tornado moved through their higher winds moving through ST Clair County and again outside of the warrant area. We do have Raglan and it wouldn't surprise me if we have some high winds move through the Ragland area. I want to make sure if you're in Ragland, you are paying attention to the weather. I know the warnings a little farther to the north. And that's where the original Tauron attic signature was heading. But I think there's been a little bit of a shift here. We may have some higher winds moving through the Ragland area, so we're gonna really stay on top of this over the next little bit where the storm goes. Eventually, I think we see it on into any white County. There's a whole bunch of of rain. I mean, incredibly heavy rain. The worst of the lightning is around Coldwell and Cool Springs. And then back out to the West West was talking about Pickens County under the severe Thunder Storm warning, So that's what we have right now, Wes. I'm gonna turn it back over to. You need to run and get a little information, and I'll be right back. Yeah, I'm just looking at some of the damage reports that we have coming in. I've solved one image here. Looks like maybe hotel was quite a bit of damage there that were Tracking in the Fulton Dale area. That's we had some of the damage earlier. Let me reset, Show you what's happening here at the moment and what we really need to watch out for. We're keeping an eye on West. Alabama had a couple of areas where we had that severe thunderstorm warning for Pickens County. That storm is weak and still need to watch this one right here. It's got very strong kind of a hook signature to it across North Tuscaloosa County need to watch that when And notice right here. This arrow That's where our systems detecting some very strong rotation and ST Clair County, and we still have this warning at SEC to expire in 11 30. Let me check your The weather service may be about to expand that particular warning and it looks like Okay. They just canceled the severe thunderstorm warning. No word here on what's going to happen with Pickens County. But we may see that expanded right here. There are systems still indicating where we may have a tornado. So bottom line. If you are watching us, I'd say Raglin to the hood community at this point. Just be ready to take action at any moment If we see this upgraded You know, I'm looking at this. I'm seeing.
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry Don't Plan to Spend Christmas with The Queen
"The British tabloids reporting that Meghan Markle and prince Harry are spending their first Christmas with son Archie away from the royal family who allegedly they are not going to be spending the holidays with the queen the good old grandma instead opting to spend Christmas at home in Windsor Megan's mom Doria Ragland and said with an insider saying they need some time away to recharge into sign their lands for
Cubans mourn plane crash dead, officials ID 20 bodies
"Put a train security officer in each public school only three known survivors of that deadly passenger jet crashing cuba that killed over one hundred people investigators now trying to determine what led to the wreckage here's abc's victor oquendo the staggering death toll climbing cuba one hundred and ten now dead and investigators are still trying to figure out why this plane plummeted from the sky the fireball and smoke could be seen for miles in havana cubans rushing to the crash site just moments after the seven thirty seven went down among the dead twenty priests from an evangelical church somehow three people were pulled from the fiery wreckage alive there now fighting for their lives what dozens of other families crowded into the airport terminal eager for updates on their loved ones what pope is dwindling as cuba state tv begins posting photos of victims on their facebook page it's the first day of husband and wife it's a with prince harry and meghan markle newlyweds now known as the duke and duchess of sussex abc's james longman with some of the highlights of what happened on saturday the american princess meghan markle the moment so many have been waiting for here in windsor the crowds out earning keen to catch a glimpse of george clooney oprah and elton john inside the chapel megan's mother doria ragland clearly emotional with the queen and her seat it was time for the bride to make her entrance and it was one for the ages confidence smile meghan taking that long walk down the aisle prince charles linking arms with his future daughterinlaw taking her to the altar and harry taken aback seeing her for the first time the bride and groom plus being hands the cameras catching that personal moment harry whispering you look amazing the prince lifting her male the service like nothing britain had seen before the vows you are back to take meghan biracial american divorcee the picture of modern princess wearing the queen's tiara and address inspired by history harry the soldier prince holding back tears diana's memory looming large in the bouquet her favorite flower forget me knots a reading by her sister the only one of the service but it was the american touches that lifted the day a gospel version of stand by me echoing through the historic chapel i'm bishop michael curry from chicago through the thunderous salmon on love we.
Marlo, Elizabeth and Mary discussed on BBC World Service
"Telling people don't worry about a mask worry about getting as far away from it as you possibly can meghan markle's marlo will meet queen elizabeth later a day before her daughter mary's into britain's royal family doria ragland who is an american social worker will be greeted by the world's longestserving monarch it's still isn't known who will walk miss markle down the aisle in her wedding to prince harry following the announcement that her father is too unwell to attend that's the latest bbc world news hello and welcome to the real story with me with lush on saturday hundreds of millions of people around the world will watch live coverage of the british royal wedding just in case he somehow managed to miss it the queen's grandson prince harry is marrying the american actress meghan markle the real stories invitation to windsor castle must have got lost in the post but to do the wedding equivalent of fantasy football you come to the hat department of our famous london department store i.