7 Burst results for "Raila Montaigne"
"raila montaigne" Discussed on The Part-Time Jungle Podcast
"Yeah it just it evolved from their blog. Itself is for anyone who is feeling stock and lake. They are struggling with defining themselves beyond a diagnosis passed a circumstance and he started Society placed on us or can place on and want to find their joy beyond that. I think it's so important to figure that out. And it's a little bit too unison. Not very good at handling people with kid gloves. So that's why Stop feeling sorry for yourself part and then go out and find your joy it is so easy to feel stuck so it could be just where we are emotionally or a circumstance that we're finding ourselves in and so just as you were saying that your messages to stop feeling sorry for yourself and to find the joy so i'd love you to chat a little bit more with me. About what exactly that means to you. And why is that message so important while sort of back a little bit because i know stop feeling sorry for yourself for a lot of people can be really harsh sounding and i get that and i'm not seeing that you cannot and should not honor any feelings of despair or sadness or hopelessness that you may be feeling because when we get struck with news that we don't know what to do with that's that's all normal and that's natural and for me to say that i did not spend days laying on the floor sobbing listening to raila montaigne feeling incredibly. Sorry for myself lying. I did that and that's normal. I think it's important to honor a grieving process. When something when your life doesn't go the way but equally as important to honoring that is then seeing yourself as strong and as the person you were created to be and not created were not given not situation to wallow in it and to allow it to define you. I have never ever believed in the whiny phenomenon. I don't really know why. I mean it's even when i was younger. I didn't understand that..
"raila montaigne" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast
"Yeah i guess. So i mean i also like you know. There's never a bad time for floyd. This never a bad time for. I sound so old. I'll say there's never a bad time for van morrison but at the same time you know i also i've been listening to a lot of raila montaigne lately I love myself some ray. I listened to a lot of blues Jazz and my. It's funny i on my spotify playlist now. I have sort of one playlist which is kind of like my main spotify playlist and it has about fifteen hundred songs on it right. I'm sorry the so it will go from. It will go all over the map. And i'm i continually add things to it all the time And there's some bruce on there for sure what's funny is I don't remember what comedian. But i think it's so true he On your ipod. Which is now. Our phones rises. Every song on your ipod was a song you picked but then why so often do you hit skip when it comes to us as a sort of like. It's sort of like when you when you look at the the spotify selected for you or discovered for using sort of like you look at it and say am i really that boring and my. Who's who's the old boring man. Who did this. What jackson browne. What the hell. I know you mentioned that. We wanted to talk about bruce. So tell me. Do you remember when you first discovered versus music and your thoughts. Well let me ask you a question. I which is there. You are obviously like a disciple of bruce. No more like your full on disciple yes. He's number one above all else. Which i think is great. Which i think is really interesting. I in some ways. I kind of wish. I had an artist like that. I wish i did have an artist that i could get down on my knees and pray to on a regular basis instead of doing a little way in the sense that I mentioned before that i do i. I also perform musicals here and there. And so i love a stephen sondheim using music composer who did like into the woods. Sweeney todd of But bruce i was one of those people in high school..
"raila montaigne" Discussed on Dyking Out - a Lesbian and LGBTQ Podcast for Everyone!
"Her classes and stuff and you know that weird thing when you're when you're young like when you're out of school and it's like the you don't even go here thing you know what i mean like. They didn't i didn't make friends with any of her friends simply because i didn't go there decision. You guys know a thing or did that just happen to me. Talk about fitting in just didn't fit in though that attracts i can understand weird attitudes right right anyway. I didn't submit your heart. Wrenching poem to get into was in late collective house or whatever they right. Yeah hipster house. Yeah no that's where they all live. They live hipster house. Yeah yeah yeah when walk. Show their once. Okay yeah and then. I moved back to la after a few months. Got into cal arts for jazz drums and went there for a year and then dropped out to go on tour. And that's pretty much what i've been doing ever since this was i'm i'm almost thirty eight so this was like yeah like eighteen eighteen years ago and can you name drop some of the people that you've played drums for because it's quite the list. Oh yeah sure. I'll start you off. Fiona apple yes fiona apple katie laying chrissie hinde from the pretenders raila. Montaigne did already say that. Now elvis costello. Wow jenny lewis o. K. body goosebumps just the name. Yeah a her her record acid tongue. I'm playing drums on that. And i toured that whole record cycle with really that show. Yeah well that was playing drums. Cool wall kurt. Vile inara george from the burden the b. n. salmon icing with the food fight. That's all my drums stuff but salmon nihar gig has been singing backgrounds for the foo fighters for the past couple of years And you had a band with your brother the belgrade yes great music. Thank you love it. Thank you tell us about that. Oh we When he i'm i'm i'm about six years older than him when i was twenty five and he was like nineteen i had. I had the band. And i had written all the songs and then he graduated from high school. And he's so amazing and I was just like wanna do this together. And he was like he s and started writing songs together and got really lucky. Got signed to warner brothers. Got a huge budget for our first record recorded at capitol records Total dream come true and then toured for toured it forever hardcore hardcore van tours like no sleep like scary.
"raila montaigne" Discussed on SantaCruznKitchen Podcast
"And we love to go new restaurants and old restaurants and talk about restaurants and eat good food and talk about eating good food and sharing our experience with you so we start with restaurants open to restaurants closed so mel I did notice it or is closed restaurant and I hadn't noticed before and that's Ginza on on the corner of water and market. It's the Oh yes so I knows it was all voted out. Oh had been the Chinese buffet. It had been other thing. It'd been everything and I think when I moved to Santa Cruz it was an Italian. I'll have to say I have never been in there. Oh I went in. There was the Italian restaurant. Okay still see okay so and I never of a got I got. It had to packing lots of front of the bank and never saw anyone parking in either parking lot and I went there when it was the Chinese buffet and it was Kinda gross okay so that one closed everybody now. I don't have any new ones of open you mouth you know I have not heard of any new ones. No okay so this week. We're going to be talking about a restaurant. Not In Santa Cruz. County out. Yes Stanford out so we he went to A. We went to a show in Oakland music. Show at the Fox theater with a third person to go see Raila Montaigne. Eighteen citizen couldn't be here with us today But we wind up early and we had dinner in Oakland Glenn around the corner. It's walking distance from the Fox theater right. So then that's how we chose. Actually Al third person chose it and she just went. Oh well this one had good reviews views and so I- booked it so and then she's like did you look at the menu and I'm like No. I thought shout out to Jen. She made you picked picked a winner. Yes she did so so. Let's talk about the restaurant mill roof very small and as we were walking to it we saw the the name of the restaurants hopscotch. We actually saw the like overflow annex hopscotch area which was just basically a rectangle the bunch of tables in it and we were in the diner which was like two doors down. I think something that looked like an old fifties diner kind of whacky traffic flow through their strange walls. Where something else had been there before before was kind of interesting to sit in Definitely had Diner vibe with giant bar in one corner just bottles bottles and bottles anything you. I wanted to cocktail. They had. I'm sure right and Bob was you know when people say that was ahead that Dina look so. That's where it sort of differently. Looked like a diner is that by hit the curve of a diner Dina and it wasn't would and right so that had the dinah feeling so not only does a boatload of cocktails it has an extensive wind yes huge wine less now Mellon. I didn't drink. Magen did have a glass of wine with hers and the Server was very helpful about helping her. Jews are. That's true. Yeah yeah so that was great. Eligible very knowledgeable. So let's talk about. What did you have? I had advertiser of oysters which was the wonderful. How many I think there were six? I think I can't remember eight them so quickly could afford six. I could've been eaten two at a time. I don't no no and then for my dinner. I had the Sashimi which was just wonderful it was thin thin cut had a beautiful kind of sauce on it with some some kind of nuts on it but not like peanuts or anything ordinary it was it tasted grade and I walked out of there not stuffed like I felt talk fully satisfied with my mail but then I did help you with your fries too right so extra Africa. They brought us a little amused Bush. Yeah that was three a little pieces of deep fried Tofu with like some seasoning on top a stall legit was delicious. I was Kinda thinking. Oh Fried Tofu. Wow but it wasn't delicious pushes. It was really good. I was thinking it was kind of a toss away but it was good. It was the some put a lot of thought into their food. I think the the the opinion I got there. We had an early reservation. We got there at five thirty and there was maybe only two or three other diners. Starting at six the was a constant stream dream and line out the door. Yes so this is a very popular restaurant so if you are going to go suggest a reservation yes and some of the people. They were taking him putting him and the annex because when we walked by later on the way to the show right and we were in the restaurant we were who's falls. Well we never even got a eight to see what the kitchen would look like. Yeah so I had the Burger. Her boring is that at. The Burger came with something really interesting. Instinct came with a slice or two slices of beef tongue on it so it was the Berga petty and then be tongue on the patty and then you know the normal latest Mehta stuff and even I didn't has so it was delicious so the tongue. I don't know if gave an extra on the patty was really you know perfectly the way I wanted it now. The bread wasn't as robust as I wanted right. I remember Memory Santa. Yes so the bridge started to integrate the Bun. So and I think it's a hot choice when you're making a burger is if you make the BUN to row I. That's what people came if you make it. Not Enough like is what I had just sort of disintegrate. Yeah then it's a foregone knife thing yeah exactly and who wants to do that with a bogey. Chevy yeah okay that would be so I had a choice. Bogota come with potato chips that they make in house or French fries. They made in house for an extra four dollars or five five dollars so I chose the French fries now. Unfortunately bought me the potato chips right. I ordered the French fries and then they did bring a plate of French fries that we will share about five minutes minutes later and what was really nice as they did the French fries. Oh good I didn't know that. Yeah I didn't expect that yet but that was really good And the phrase came with a lovely delicious source of you. You tried it. It was slightly spicy tomato and something was delicious. Okay I probably didn't okay and the fries were skin on right right and not overdone. And we don't really roll done and I think made in house not like Randy so too yeah no not frozen frozen bag throughout the brier delicious and then do you remember what John had Soba noodles and her thought on those. I believe she asked for hot sauce because it didn't seem to have. She expect them to be spicier than they were under. Call right yeah. I remember that as well and they looked like homemade as well. Yeah Yeah Yeah So. They went sort of flight. They were very clearly and yeah and this restaurants known to have kind of American food would with Japanese slant so some of the food like the Sashimi in the Soba noodles yes kind of a nice Japanese and obviously they pay a lot of attention to seasonal food. Their menu changes. It seemed like and it was very good and then we had desert. Because that's what we do so I have to say the desert. I couldn't remember what we had like the day after after I'm like I remember what it was and so I asked Mel a couple of days ago. And she's like Oh yeah it was it was and then it came to both of us and what was it because I've forgotten again again so we had donuts or they look like been yeas three little puffs of doughnuts and then they had a scotch krinos bigger than a donut hole. Okay as maybe a couple of inches by Lynch's listening to clear her affect. Yeah and then it came with the butterscotch cream sauce. All right I told the doughnuts were really good. Sauce taste like butterscotch at all to mayor the cream and creamy. But it didn't have a lot of flavor maybe vanilla but it it was a good not overly sweet done like on a desert so that was good so that was good and they were three little pockets and we ask first and we like how many with the service it a widow if they bring us one extra one favorite so it was a nice end and what was good about. How does the food was fresh? Yes it was you know if you wanted to have a cocktail glass wind. That would definitely be a good place and Nice vibe. It was close. It was walking distance to the theater. which is really why why we chose it and then how much was the bill? I don't remember I do okay. I don't know why. Ask the bills one hundred dollars three of okay and that colluded a glass of wine. Okay right so no appetizer. And then you know none of us ordered anything that was extravagantly although we could have have I mean some very expensive things on the menu we just none of us had a really big meal right So it was under dolls and then plus tips one hundred and twenty with what it came to okay and then we did the high finance or who put in too much to offer never know that one of us has financial planner based on how he at the end so where's crush located. Hopscotch is located in Oakland within walking distance to the Fox theater at one nine one five San Dan Pablo Avenue in Oakland. And I suggested if you're going up to Fox theater give yourself a little extra time park there right near the Fox theater and walk on over to hopscotch. It was agreed meal and I would definitely go back going back to Fox theater okay. So we're raiding oh for Paddington rating system we have the lowest rating which is for this place. I'm Outta Outta here. No is much better than that. Our middle one is called second helping which is We may go back and try something new on the menu which I would do and our highest rating is as the plate liquor which means we're going back and we're bringing our friends so for you. It was the plate. Lick it was a plate liquor delicious yes for me. It wasn't a plane with a a second helping okay. It was like I like to try and go back again. But it's not something I'd like growing old. This was a great meal That you should go into another show. The Fox would come to mine and it would come to mind. I might go somewhere else. Okay so if you are going to show the Fox theater this is nothing to do with the ristorante. This is the Fox a little bit..
"raila montaigne" Discussed on X96
"Seven five right now round one of your Boehner's coming up. Did you see this or did I see we both leave together? I think you got it from you eating it. The pudding is a website. And you can just go to the pudding dot cool. I think and it's a website. That's pretty interesting. A this map comes from it. But if you look at the website in general Gina. No. I just clicked on. It's a map of the most Wikipedia did names from different cities all over the country. So people map of the United States, where city names are replaced by their most Wikipedia resin like Portland is Steve Jobs. Now day. They're not necessarily born there it's just born there or lived there or connected to a place, it, I was thinking, oh, it's people born there. And it's like so said Ray Lamontagne who's really a great singer. Morgan, utah. What real Montaigne was born in mortgage. No, no, he wasn't born there. And that's not what they're saying. He spent his teenage years there. Oh, he was born in New Hampshire and then his mother moved to Morgan by. I don't know why probably had relatives there moved for family. I guess, Morgan Utah. And that's why Raila Montaigne is on Morgan Utah. Now, now, Salt Lake City not surprising. Ted Bundy, Ted Bundy, most Wikipedia person from Salt Lake City, Ogden, Utah, Bill Allred. No come on people. Get on it. Start Wikipedia who is Ogden Marie Osmond. So, yeah, a lot of people might not know the osmond's or not from Provo. No. My grandfather talked incessantly about how in George were good friends. Well, I was just upset because ROY if ROY Utah, most Wikipedia, d- person, Jim McMahon, of course, was he? From connected to. Born and raised in Utah. Okay. Okay. Who else not that I wonder if he's upset? Getty watanabe. As an Ogden boy, I know he lived in my neighborhood. Well, nobody's gonna get. Nobody's Wikipedia and Getty won't Nabi from sixteen candles because they can't spell. It could be. We've got we've got who else do we have David MacKay from Huntsville? We've got Katherine Heigl because she lives in Oakley. It's right. Dalla weeks Clearfield. He comes up in Clearfield. Okay. Why exactly did he go to school there? I know he has. Utah connection Kerry. Let's see. Let me go south. I don't think that they have the internet in my hometown, Salem doesn't show. But you know what does? So there's t-. There's. There's too close by in pace in its Joel jewel. She was born in pace. It's Jerry or it's too of singer and in Spanish fork. It's lucky blue Smith member that model that came in that guy. Yeah. But again, Carey should be carried Jackson. Well, I'm not surprised that it's that it's not me frankly. I mean I have been told in no uncertain terms that I will never be the grand marshal of the Salem days parade. Well, you were told you couldn't speak at schools anymore. I can't speak Spanish fork high school now. They've been the I know my friend Craig Bielig up in Ogden, who has some sway with the Ogden pioneer days has been been lobbying for several years me to be the grand marshal of the Ogden pioneer parade. No, no. They've said again, no they don't say who every year. They say preg-, we've told, you know, bringing it out, will never have him. We're glad build moved to Salt Lake City. He's, he's lived there now longer than he ever lived in Ogden, Robert, Redford for Provo, Gary Coleman, for Santa Quinn, of course. Tony Geary coleville Brandon flowers for knee fi, Mike look inland for Mount Pleasant early. Bobby brady. Yeah, he lived there for a while. Hey, is Frank Zamboni, the guy who invented the Sam bone? I think he is he, he's in your Eureka really invented the bony. Of course, Kristie. Did we mentioned Chrissy you know, she's from delta? So she's the most wicked. Let's see who else we have. I'm just going south. Rich Cassidy beaver vivere. James woods, vernal the what I think he was born vernal. Listen, I feel like I'm sorry to hear that vernal. You've had enough. I look troubles because all I have to do is click on that, and it tells you why vernal. Look up James woods. That's that's about. He was born in. Vernal. Warnin vernal team. Forty-seven. Sorry. But it's actually it's kind of a so I tweeted this out yesterday. I could probably re tweet it again. It's just fun to look at the whole country and see. Like Ernest Hemingway, Ketchum, Idaho. You think of him being in Florida? His his he was born in Ketchum and his they still have a, you know, a lot of Hemingway stuff there and catch him his houses preserved and all we don't read much in kitchen, or carrot here, the way, I did tweet that map at Bill Carrey for you Christina Hendricks twin falls. She is for minor. Twin full win. You don't twin falls Kerry. Idaho. Well, how do I how do I get me to be the most wicked person in Salem, do I have to go to Salem in Wicky? No. Just people have to so we can put the call out now. Just doing just go to Wikipedia and search for Kerry, Jack go to go to Kapiti Sam Bill Allred. I'm gonna beat Marie Osmond. I am lobbying hard to be asked to be the grand marshal of the Salem days parade so that I can tell them. No. They're never going to do. I want to be asked so that I can tell them. No, I want to be asked could be the grand marshal, the Ogden parade. 'cause I do it. I wouldn't quick thing about this. I don't understand who I guess, because there are more people do Wikipedia, Wicky me. So I would show up on him, but just not as I guess, just not as many. That's how they pick them. I, I don't know if I have a Wicky, even I haven't even looked at you. Traffic. That's the question. Let's see friends of the program saying, slower southbound I fifteen six fifty north in Clearfield to seven south wreck on the two zero one at banger delay heading northbound, thank you friends, the program.
"raila montaigne" Discussed on The Big 98
"Dan, shea hop over to wedding, and they sing speech less than they do their first dance this wedding. Morgan had the inner skinny a minute ago. So are you guys married? Amy's Mary Halloween, married. You and your husband your first dance was too crazy. By Pat green. Speed. Have you been to a Pat green show and he played this with your husband not with my husband now? But I mean, I've been a lot about green. But not said, Nope. That'd be cool. Johnny played this. And that's still attainable thing. Yeah. Calendar. Watch rocks. Raila montaigne. You're the best thing married three and a half years. Mary thirteen years. That's crazy. Right. Yeah. We got our first dance was can't help fall in love by Elvis. We were at Hawaii got married in Hawaii. Did you have on Hawaii? So I had a leg. Yeah. I got one of the the man lays, no flowers, just like, you know, leaves were. That's what the Hawaiian people. Yeah. He loves Elvis, love Elvis. I love Hawaii is If I were to get today..
"raila montaigne" Discussed on X96
"You should watch the video it shows them recording it in studio. I like I like the message of the song give me fried chicken at the end. Yeah. Chicken care. What would bring the world together fried chicken? In contrast. This should be the song. Because this is like this is like this go. Yep. This is the one that does it for you. Guitar there. His voice. Petar? So nice. Slide. Towns bringing it down you're drowning small talk. Chad. Step into line like your daddy done Vanja. What's it called? Big Steeler borrow. Ben. Slack jaw. Oh. That is nice. One of these days. Soon. You'll find. Stay. Since. Steve. Raila montaigne. So well. It is so well, I don't know he's writer, so it's. I love that. How about you Kerry? I've got too many guys could pick one. I have many too. But I've got you know, just gimme the cordwood. And let's see we got well, the you're talking about guitar solos and the guitar solo on comfortably numb. Floyd was gonna I was gonna guess it was a Pink Floyd always gets me. This song always gets me. Yeah. Favorite needles. Good. This is my favorite Beatles. Song? And then there is. Other one chew. This. Every comes to me. Speaking of wisdom. Not a religious song. It sounds like a religious song. And it's not it's about as mother. Stunning. Speaking of wisdom, it'd be. But then this one always. This weekend. Sam and Dave..