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"reggiani" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:35 min | 1 year ago

"reggiani" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Kind of Italian An attempt to deceive you in your own house you understand it As far as fakes go they're pretty good Want to keep setting coffee mugs and airports You can see it is with your gift I kind of almost felt bad for having contributed to the Gaga's accent is bad discourse after seeing the movie because she was the most redeeming element of the show She was the only one who knew what movie she was in and she was playing A real character although as we know she was not basing it on the real person because she refused to meet patrizia reggiani Oh really Yes So I pulled up the statement that the Gucci family released about House of Gucci and y'all they were mad They said quote the production of the film did not bother to consult the heirs before describing Aldo Gucci and the members of the Gucci family as thugs ignorant and insensitive to the world around them They called it extremely painful from a human point of view and an insult to the legacy on which the brand is built today Oh yeah they were cyberbullying all the cast telling them they looked ugly Wait really Yes They were just kind of like no our family was not that ugly no Our family was not that This is so embarrassing And we're like yeah your family's embarrassing That's why they made a movie about it Come on Yeah read the room babe Wow wow This game is complete Y'all know who won Fran congratulations Thank you Who do you want to dedicate this win to I will dedicate this win to obviously my co host rosam you Thank you so much for being the person to conduct me into culture over and over again I owe it all to you That's because of you that I've learned That's so sweet And so ultimately I won That's right that's right Yeah Well thank you both for playing and for talking pop culture with me You can listen to Fran Toronto and rose DOM you wherever you want On their new iHeartRadio podcast called like a virgin The latest episode of that show is all about House of Gucci All right Kumar Donna Bye Bye Coming up the newest installment in the ghostbusters franchise is called ghostbusters afterlife And it relies heavily on the nostalgia of the original film Our friends at pop culture.

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"reggiani" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

WABE 90.1 FM

02:31 min | 1 year ago

"reggiani" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

"And I tend to deceive you in your own house You understand As far as fakes go they're pretty good Want to keep setting coffee mugs and airports With your gift I kind of almost felt bad for having contributed to the Gaga's accent is bad discourse after seeing the movie because she was the most redeeming element of the show She was the only one who knew what movie she was in and she was playing exactly a real character although as we know she was not basing it on the real person because she refused to meet patrizia reggiani Oh really Yes So I pulled up the statement that the Gucci family released about House of Gucci and now they were mad They said quote the production of the film did not bother to consult the heirs before describing Aldo Gucci and the members of the Gucci family as thugs ignorant and insensitive to the world around them They called it extremely painful from a human point of view and an insult to the legacy on which the brand is built today Oh yeah they were cyberbullying all the cast telling them they looked ugly Wait really Yes They were just kind of like no our family was not that ugly no Our family was not that This is so embarrassing And we're like yeah your family's embarrassing That's why they made a movie about it Come on Yeah read the room babe Wow wow This game is complete Y'all know who Fran congratulations Thank you Who do you want to dedicate this win to I will dedicate this win to obviously my co host rosed on you Thank you so much for being the person to culture over and over again I owe it all to you That's because of you that I've learned That's so sweet And so ultimately I won That's right that's right Yeah Well thank you both for playing and for talking pop culture with me You can listen to Fran Toronto and rose DOM you wherever you want I'll never knew iHeartRadio podcast called like a virgin The latest episode of that show is all about House of Gucci Bye Bye Coming up the newest installment in the ghostbusters franchise is called ghostbusters afterlife And it relies heavily on the nostalgia of the original film Our friends at.

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"reggiani" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

06:22 min | 1 year ago

"reggiani" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"I'm Noelle king NMA Martinez In the film House of Gucci Lady Gaga portrays a woman at the center of a real-life scandal in the world of fashion Now if you want to avoid spoilers this might be a good time to cover your ears or at least remove your earbuds All right here we go Lady Gaga's character Patrick reggiani is famous for two reasons First she married Mauricio Gucci heir to the leather goods dynasty And then in the 1990s patrizia had him killed Lady Gaga tells us she spent months studying the real patrizia for her role in Ridley Scott's new film I read and looked at everything I could possibly watch to understand her and what I found pretty quickly was that the Patricia you see now is at the very end of this film So a lot of Patricia I had to sort of reverse the car of her as a woman and go okay well what made her this way And I had to decide as an actress that she have the murder gene You know was she born a killer And I don't believe she was I think she was born of Italian woman and vignola Italy December 2nd 1948 and I think that it was these trigger points of trauma throughout her life that turned her into what she became which was a monster There's a scene in House of Gucci where Patrice confronts her husband Mauricio who's played by Adam Driver She tells them that the company Gucci is being mismanaged by his uncle Aldo and she pushes Modi to you to seize control of Gucci Do you want to be left in the ask Want to keep studying coffee moms and airports That your legacy It's time to take out the trash But Theresa They are my family So am I How much of a hold would you say the brand of Gucci had on patia You know I think that Patricia was really intrigued that Mauricio didn't want to be part of the family business I because she grew up with so much less than him She couldn't possibly fathom of this idea that you would have a dynasty at your disposal but that you would not take hold of it and cherish it and run it She was a survivalist and she was you know weaving herself in and out of the family And I really tried to tap into this idea that less about being opportunistic and is it more about how do I take what life is putting in front of me and how can I be the absolute best at it How can I seize it How can I not only survive but when in a way that my family's number one before No we should know the family of Aldo Gucci released a statement about the film this week saying that the family was depicted as being quote thugs ignorant and insensitive to the world around them What do you make of that You know my heart really goes out to the family This must be extremely painful to watch A true life story come through in what is essentially a you know our version of what we believe to be the truth and Ridley's version of the story So I extend my love to the family and I did my best to make this performance about something more important than even the story itself which is a story about women and survival Now you spent months practicing patience accent You said that it's a bit like learning a new genre of music Take us through that process of nailing that accent down Well that took a lot of time And I worked with two dialect coaches bad chipotle and a monarch We had three children was with me every day on set And I spoke in my accent all the time And I don't speak fluent Italian I speak some Italian And the Italian that I do speak I speak in my own accent or you know I've known donatella Versace for years So I can speak sometimes like donatella so in a way I took my time to erase the things that I do so that I could study the way that she talked so that it would be authentic and real And specific So when she's younger you'll notice her voice is higher And then later in the film her voice is lower So there was a real sort of scientific way that I approached it And you know because I'm a singer you know vowel sounds and consonants all sorts of things You learn how to do things with your mouth So I studied in a very particular way but a lot of it was just the time And the focus and the dedication and living in it Now you've said that this role came to you at a difficult time in your own life Can you tell us a little bit about why that time was difficult for you I just you know I have a hard time with fame and I have for many years grappled with this sort of existential crisis of loving creating art and also longing for a more private life And I found this character and I read it and I talked to Ridley and Ridley said to me you know she really loved him And then I thought to myself that I know how to do meaning to play a killer and to simply play something that's lacks dynamics where you just play an evil person for the duration of the film That is uninteresting to me But the idea that she would have been a real young girl and a real woman that fell madly in love and thought she mattered because she was smart thought she mattered because she was strong that she mattered because he loved her And then to be left behind and abandoned I.

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"reggiani" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

05:57 min | 1 year ago

"reggiani" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Finally today watching movies in actual movie theaters is a thing again At least for the moment This long holiday weekend a top performer at the box office is a film about one of the most famous fashion houses in the world It was a name that sounded so sweet So seductive Go Meet the family Everybody This is patrizia And this is my family They had a dog Worth style Power Who wouldn't care for a bet House of Gucci tells the story of how the Gucci family lost control of the company that still bears their name And of how the company's former CEO Mauricio Gucci lost his life to a hitman hired by his former wife Patricia reggiani The movie from director Ridley Scott known for his action packed thrillers is inspired by the house of Gucci a sensational story of murder madness glamour and greed The book by former longtime fashion reporter Sarah gave forden We called upon her expertise to tell us more about the true story behind the film and Sergey Ford and joins us now Hey welcome Sarah Thanks for being with us Thanks for having me So I have to ask off the bad I saw the movie What'd you think of it Wow well it was clearly an emotional moment for me I mean I spent 20 years waiting for this movie to become a reality But no I spent two years of my life writing this book and went deep into all the twists and turns of this family saga and it was really quite incredible to see it on the big screen with the director of the caliber of Ridley Scott and the star studded cast You spent 15 years covering fashion in Milan What drew you to the specific story of the Gucci family You know I was a beat reporter working for women's wear daily at the time I was covering this incredible moment in the history of the Italian fashion industry as many family owned labels like Armani and Prada and Versace We're making this quantum leap from being family brands to being mega brands And at the time Gucci was not really a frontline player at all It was kind of a has been It was sort of outside of the Milan fashion circle And it was a leather goods and accessories company at that time it wasn't yet a fashion company As I read your book you know and in the movie as well and slightly different way You know these characters are big They burst and they're also all of them flawed even Mauricio who starts off seemingly uninterested in the wealth uninterested in the family practice uninterested in the glitz of it all of them have insights about one another They warn each other about each other's flaws or each other's ambitions each other's cruelty And yet they don't see it in themselves What did you take from these characters as you were sort of surrounding them 360 as you were understanding them and as you were watching them pit themselves against one another You know I had to kind of lose myself in this narrative and in these characters in order to kind of come out the other end with the book and I really tried to paint each figure is fully as I could and trying to understand the different facets of the personality of each one But ultimately because they were also pitted against each other I had to come to my own understanding of where the truth was and I felt the truth was going to be somewhere in the middle and I wanted to be able to tell a reader You know this is Patrice This is Mauricio and I think of themselves this way but the others think of them Differently And so it was really like almost like trying to do a painting of all of these characters No doubt a renaissance painting Yes machiavellian painting Part of the foundation for the tension in the infighting the family had to do with the family's shareholding structure and the fact that noodle foe and Aldo each had 50% and as long as it was just the two of them The two older brothers the two older brothers exactly At Mauritius father and his uncle as long as they had divvied up the pie things went pretty smoothly But then when rodolfo passed on in his 50% went to his son Mauricio and then Aldo started to divide up his share of the company with his sons then things started to get complicated And then there was all these shifting alliances and the push for control Gucci is celebrating the hundredth anniversary of its founding this year So beyond that salacious headlines the family in fighting beyond even the murder of Mauricio Gucci what do you think the brand's legacy is moving forward You know I thought it was fascinating to see that they did a mega fashion show in Los Angeles and a November closing down Hollywood Boulevard and they had all the icons of the past including from the early Gucci Gucci days through the Tom Ford era and up to the present And you know I think that every brand kind of needs a story to sell at swears otherwise they're just shoes and handbags and I think with this my book with the movie and Gucci now moving forward to the next century it's really in the way for the first time connected its past with its future Even though it's a messy past in a way it's now a kind of all tied up with a bow and it can move on I want to ask you for some of our listeners who weren't around at the time or may not be as plugged into Gucci Can you describe for me the glamour that attached to Gucci and the kinds of events or the kinds of developments that kind of were emblematic of that I mean Gucci's been just punctuated with stars over the years who have embraced it you know you go from so you mentioned the Grace Kelly the florist scarf Liza Minnelli Studio 54 Sammy Davis Jr..

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"reggiani" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

07:36 min | 1 year ago

"reggiani" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Was a romantic partner that gave fashion Zion maurizio Gucci the strength to leave his wife Tim it was a decision that would get him killed back in 1995 It's a story that still resonates in the fashion world And in Hollywood says audiences await the release of the saga retold in the Ridley Scott film House of Gucci it's due out in theaters this coming week more than two decades after the book it's based on was published Bloomberg Sarah Ford and penned the house of Gucci a sensational story of murder madness glamour and greed her new piece of this week's pursuit section shares McLaughlin's side of the story for the first time Sarah's team leader for corporate influence in Washington and was also named to lead our new tech policy squad earlier this year She joins us along with Bloomberg pursuits editor Chris rouser Sarah it's really great to have you with us just take us back and tell us how so many years ago you became so immersed in the story to begin with Hi Well thanks for having me I mean this was an incredible story that just really drew me in because there was so many twists and turns and this family fashion dynasty over three generations It was a kind of story that if you made it up people wouldn't believe you It was so so outrageous and so many surprising twists and turns Exactly There were so many twists and turns and it is something that you feel like okay this would be a streaming service but no it was reality You know as you were putting it together because it played out in real time right There was so much coverage What is it that you wanted to dig into Well I was really drawn to the story by the figure of Modesto Gucci And I was covering him as a beat reporter amil and his vision to pilot his family company from sort of an over license sort of cheap and brand to a top tier luxury brand He wanted to make Gucci like Italy's Hermes So he wanted it to be sophisticated He wanted excellent craftsmanship He brought in American creative director and designer and his vision was to take it way up market only as he started putting it into place He had cut off the cash cows he had not really given consumers a chance to figure out that there was a new Gucci and the company was just heading towards bankruptcy And as while this was going on Sara this is Chris You know there was this whole personal side of the saga where he was going through a divorce from his wife Patricia reggiani who was played by Lady Gaga in a film and where he was at least for part of the time in a romantic relationship with sherry which is what our stories about Exactly So I realized that I was it's one thing to write a business story for newspaper but I realized that there was there was a narrative here that had the qualities of a novel and it was by blending the family saga with the business story that I felt that this story really really came to shit to life And I interviewed more than a hundred people for the book I talked to family members I talked to the current and former employees of Gucci But the one person who slipped away was Marty Cebu's girlfriend at the time Well for 7 years her name was sherry McLaughlin She was an American former model who worked in the fashion industry but they actually met sailing in Sardinia As the Italian team was preparing for the 1987 America's cup So sheri didn't want to talk to me at the time that I was right in the book She didn't know what kind of book I was going to write And she ducked my phone calls and didn't answer my emails Well she came out of the woodwork a few months ago and the stills from the movie set started breaking the Internet And I realized as we chatted that she was ready to tell her story All right so you go up to Chris and you go Chris I've got the story Tell me how this came together Well it's actually really exciting to see it out in pursuit today because I was very uncertain whether Bloomberg would be interested in the story because it seemed like such a non Bloomberg story right It was really about the personal side And yet sherry had been at Modi to aside when he was going through some of the toughest fights of his life both with his financial partner investor and with his family He was battling for his uncle's sense of the financial police after him With an accusation that he hadn't signed his father hadn't signed the shares Giving him the 50% control and sent him escaping and a motorcycle across the border into Switzerland where there was no extradition So he was really really grappling with a lot at the time And she was the person who was out of sight trying to help them the whole time All right question for you Chris Were you like yeah of course I'm interested Well I think maybe Sarah thought it felt a little gossipy for business week and I love gossip Especially because this gos really actually informed major news events and also obviously this crime And it was a perspective that Sarah was really excited about hearing and getting out there and sherry's not in the movie her she's not portrayed in the movie because no one knew her story This is really like a missing piece of the saga And it also includes all these great details like Sarah mentioned the publicity stills that broke the Internet You might remember the first stills that came out were of Lady Gaga and Adam Driver playing maurizio in patrizia and they were in Italy and it was so like Italian and 80s and he's wearing white ski pants And sherry told us that he always wore white ski pants because he was a terrible skier So he would fall And by when he would get down to the wine fueled lunch with everybody no one would know that he fell because he was wearing white It's so smart Which is a great little detail that is the kind of thing that's in this story Take us back more than 20 years ago when you were working on this book and you not being actually able to speak to sherry because she actually did approach you You write after the book was out Tell us about that interaction That was really an incredible moment So I had really given up on I had to give up on her My manuscript was going into press and she hadn't responded So I limited my treatment for just a few lines in the book I knew from other people that she had existed But I didn't really have any contours of the relationship or how they had met or what time they spent together And the book came out in 2000 and then the paperback edition came out in 2001 And I was in New York presenting the paperback edition at the early bookstore And I'd finished signing books and everybody was just about leaving And I noticed a tall blond woman standing hanging back looking at me And after the last person left she came up to me with tears in her eyes and she said hi Sarah I'm sherry McLaughlin If I had known you were going to write such a wonderful book I would have talked to you And she gave me a big hug And we both cried So read the book watch the movie House of Gucci that Sarah Ford and she's team leader for corporate influence in Washington for Bloomberg news She was joining us along with Bloomberg pursuit editor Chris rouse or catch our full conversation extended conversation you can find that on our podcast feed at Bloomberg dot com at Apple dot com or wherever you get your podcasts So to come on Bloomberg business week timeless timepieces A watchmaker with more than 175.

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"reggiani" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:34 min | 1 year ago

"reggiani" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Sharon McLaughlin was the romantic partner that gave fashion Zion maurizio Gucci the strength to leave his wife Tim it was a decision that would get him killed back in 1995 It's a story that still resonates in the fashion world And in Hollywood says audiences await the release of the saga retold in the Ridley Scott film House of Gucci it's due out in theaters this coming week more than two decades after the book it's based on was published Bloomberg Sarah Ford and penned the house of Gucci a sensational story of murder madness glamour and greed Her new piece of this week's pursuit section shares McLaughlin's side of the story for the first time Sarah's team leader for corporate influence in Washington and was also named to lead our new tech policy squad earlier this year She joins us along with Bloomberg pursuits editor Chris rouser Sarah it's really great to have you with us just take us back and tell us how so many years ago you became so immersed in the story to begin with Hi Well thanks for having me I mean this was an incredible story that just really Jeremy in because there was so many twists and turns and this family fashion dynasty over three generations It was a kind of story that if you made it up people wouldn't believe you It was so so outrageous and so many surprising twists and turns Exactly There were some a twists and turns and it is something that you feel like okay this would be a streaming service but no it was reality You know as you were putting it together 'cause it played out in real time There was so much coverage What is it that you wanted to dig into Well I was really drawn to the story by the figure of Modesto Gucci And I was covering him as a beat reporter and Milan and his vision to pilot his family company from sort of an over license sort of cheapen brand to a top tier luxury brand He wanted to make Gucci like Italy's Hermes So he wanted it to be sophisticated He wanted excellent craftsmanship He brought in American creative director and designer and his vision was to take it way up market only as he started putting it into place He had cut off the cash cows he had not really given consumers a chance to figure out that there was a new Gucci and the company was just heading towards bankruptcy And as while this was going on Sarah this is Chris There was this whole personal side of the saga where he was going through a divorce from his wife Patricia reggiani who was played by Lady Gaga in a film and where he was at least for part of the time in a romantic relationship with sherry which is what our stories about Exactly So I realized as I was it's one thing to write a business story for newspaper but I realized that there was there was a narrative here that had the qualities of a novel and it was by blending the family saga with the business story that I felt that this story really really came to life And I interviewed more than a hundred people for the book I talked to family members I talked to current and former employees of Gucci But the one person who slipped away was not is to go to his girlfriend at the time Well for 7 years her name was sherry McLaughlin She was an American former model who worked in the fashion industry but they actually met sailing in Sardinia as the Italian team was preparing for the 1987 America's cup So sheri didn't want to talk to me at the time that I was right in the book She didn't know what kind of book I was going to write And she ducked my phone calls and didn't answer my emails Well she came out of the woodwork a few months ago and the stills from the movie set started breaking the Internet And I realized as we chatted that she was ready to tell her story All right so you go up to Chris and you go Chris I've got this story Tell me how this came together Well it's actually really exciting to see it out in pursuit today because I was very uncertain whether Bloomberg would be interested in the story because it seemed like such a non Bloomberg story right It was really about the personal side and yet sherry had been at loaded to aside when he was going through some of the toughest fights of his life both with his financial partner investor and with his family He was battling for his uncle's sense of the financial police after him with an accusation that he hadn't signed his father hadn't signed the shares Giving him the 50% control and sent him escaping and a motorcycle across the border into Switzerland where there was no extradition So he was really really grappling with a lot at the time And she was the person who was out of sight trying to help them the whole time All right question for you Chris Were you like yeah of course I'm interested Well I think maybe Sarah thought it felt a little gossipy for businessweek and I love gossip Especially because this gossip really actually informed major news events and also obviously this crime It was a perspective that Sarah was really excited about hearing and getting out there And sherry's not in the movie her she's not portrayed in the movie because no one knew her story And so this is really like a missing piece of the saga And it also includes all these great details Like Sarah mentioned the publicity stills have broke the Internet You might remember the first stills that came out were of Lady Gaga and Adam Driver playing maurizio.

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"reggiani" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

WABE 90.1 FM

01:50 min | 1 year ago

"reggiani" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

"That And it's really simple I share three quotes from the week of news and you have to guess who said it I'll give you a lot of hints It's very low stakes and you just yell the answer out once you think you have it There are no buzzers just call it out And there's also no prizes because it's public radio and all right you ready Yeah Yes Okay so Joe and Nicky I will say the quote and then you just guess who said it Here's the first quote Whatever I wear I will be serving painful Italian glamour from within It's a famous pop star who's going to be in a film soon that requires her to wear Italian clothing Okay I'm gonna go with Lady Gaga Nikki you have an answer This is arena totally alien to me I don't follow social media I don't follow fashion So this is like foreign territory Okay I wouldn't even recognize it Maybe you could say Cher What Maybe you could say Britney Spears as your answer Well I was only interested in the first case because of the injustice part of it So I get to follow doctor hopefully that she's liberated But I will say it's not Britney Spears Okay Actually Joe got it right on the first try The answer is Lady Gaga Okay we're going to play as a team me and if you're going to be a team So this quote came from Lady Gaga She was talking to British vogue about a new film that she's working on called House of Gucci And in the movie she is playing Patricia reggiani This is the ex-wife of Maurice trio Gucci And the trailer is already out for the movie and it is comedic gold It's.

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"reggiani" Discussed on The Tennis Podcast

The Tennis Podcast

08:41 min | 1 year ago

"reggiani" Discussed on The Tennis Podcast

"Could be a ethics. I really really think and hope it will be because medvedev. I believe we'll bring yes. Australia He really didn't and i think like that. That quote gave when he lost at wimbledon is just is an an except isn't acceptable. I just i just don't think he'll let that happen again. Medvedev i think i think he could drag some joke of. It's just to some dark places to win but jovic is more prepared than anybody in history to go to the places. We are expecting it to be hot. I believe yeah. Apparently ten degrees hotter than we had today Which i don't think helps either. They both hate booth. They are fairly. Yeah yeah yeah. I don't think that necessarily as a particular bearing on the mattress because neither of them will enjoy it. but they'll grit their teeth through it. I think yeah i think. At least it shouldn't be sunny on the court. At that point. I think it will at least be in shade. Yes yes i'm from. Selfish fewest points of view. That is very important. Shadow is problematic and the players. Don't like it either. Ps but i'm just being extremely extremely so important about that issue. Other things happened at the billie. Jean king national tennyson today that are pretty momentous and probably deserve a lot more time than the mccain to end up giving them just because like the most momentous thing ever also happen to today. I covered the men's doubles final yesterday that we neglected to mention on the podcast. Apologies that we've been. We've been in a in a bit of a mania reggiani mania over over the post to ensure also say jostles jeep ram one. Their first you were safe and try to second grand slam title together. They won the australian open doubles title lost year. They beat jamie. Murray brunei suarez in the final really good actually Three-setter mazing to have british representation on both sides of the net ramen soulsby. They're just. They're really good doubles team. They've got they've got kind of the perfect vibe together as a team. Rajiv rounder. seems like the coolest guy in town playing front of his home. Fans meant loads to him but he took it all in such a relaxed way. In jason's we was feeding off the crowd energy of having an american partner therefore being an honorary american. Tough one for jamie. Murray brunei suarez. They they wanted it. But it's still a massive result for them to get in get into the final there. That reunion together had hadn't been a disaster too. But you know hadn't been just oh we're back together. We're gonna start winning grand slams against a massive result delightful scenes with little nervous warez on the court. We like nervous juarez. He is a cutie and he didn't. It didn't seem to know whether it started. Won or lost just delighted to be there to hold a plate had had very different feelings to go even vich about plates. So yeah that was bree. Yesterday today he won the mixed doubles final. He's done the doubles double. And that hasn't been done since. Bob bryan did it in twenty ten. Which again isn't as great to start as it should be is it. Nobody is the first brit in in the open air. Anyway for Yeah he won with ray craft chick and they beats must selo aruvakalu rivaldo from el salvador and juliana olmos for mexico. I i'm sure there's a there's a really good story around marcella era. I i didn't know of any other tennis players from el salvador mixed herbals finalists relived. Coming coming coming your way to sleep. We had some very significant wheelchair results today. Yes gordon read now for here. It became the first man to win. All four we'll chair slam doubles titles in the same year. They've completed the calendar slam. Sorry novak calendar slams been done done old news. Get a new story. They beat cassava fernandez and shingo nita to need six to six one eighth successive slam title together. Then honors extraordinary Here it goes for the singles title tomorrow when he plays kaneda repeat of last year's final and there's also to data and said that on amazon prime video moment. Yep the the noises in my ear. When i did it Her and all cops not only for the calendar slam. They're going for the golden slam. I think of it in the shape dig never been done in wheelchair tennis and about forty years of wheelchair tennis and that is largely because of scheduling and the fact that these tournaments haven't always existed esta gear for example who we did a show on towards the start of the year you know one of the most dominant athletes of all time. She never had the chance to play wimbledon singles because the event was any added in two thousand sixteen after she retired and the quad division. Which is what did an. Okay competes in that was only added to read on garrison wimbledon very recently in one thousand nine hundred eighteen. But the hoot. Hot guy with it She's won the last four slams in a row. She's going for her fourth straight us open title and she faces. Eureka megyn the final and did an okay. This is not the first time. He's come to new york aiming for history And two thousand nineteen. He was going for the calendar slam. He lost to andy lapthorne in the final and he's he faces neal's vink in the final tomorrow as he attempts to complete that slice of history so great great stories and matches in the wheelchair. Tennis and also tomorrow is the women's doubles final. With coco golf and katie. Mcnally cocoa playing sam stover and sanctuary. Do i love both i alliterate. That loved the stories on both sides of the net. They've got some states that persuaded juncture not to retire that all the loveliness that ensued there and they won the australian open title. Didn't they was that last year time. Twenty nine name is was attacks but they were lovely scenes and makoko were. There will the feels on their grades and they'll have the crowd with them and that's going to be really i think so. Yeah that's all tomorrow. We're on air at five forty five pm with the women's doubles final. And then we've got jovic against medvedev from nine david. Ob hopefully golfing dating. We wish you well david on goodness me. It's been nearly ten years this podcast and we've never had anything like this..

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"reggiani" Discussed on The Smoking Tire

The Smoking Tire

07:45 min | 1 year ago

"reggiani" Discussed on The Smoking Tire

"I feel like everyone in cova. Did a podcast. This is real. This is the real thing we we took it seriously. Yes it's actually. What the stuff that you can't see and hear that makes a bigger difference like the air gaps in the walls and special concrete on the floors special tiles. Bullshit stuff that don't matter love it but you got to go to pebble i did do. Your pictures looked great. It was it was great. It was. I did not know what to expect your no. I've gone for probably fifteen years. But i mean after last year of not going and then you know i kind of big big event. The new york auto show is cancelled. Like you know it was supposed to be this week. If things are really iffy and also. I had multiple executives. Pull out of interviews at the last minute because they weren't in the country or a didn't wanna come because of other various reasons. That was what i heard. Is that the that it was busy. But there was a distinct absence of international crowd. Was yes definitely. It was a little bit. It was a little bit. It felt different somehow because of fewer europeans. A lot fewer Vintage cars on the road. There're a lot of hyper-cars if a little south beach in a way that others orange county it did feel. I mean very few air cooled. Anything that i saw just driving around. Dj polly was spinning at the definitely. That set a can't wait till next year. But yeah interesting. it's always hyper-cars now isn't there. Yeah it's a changing of the guard. Well do we think that that is because the maybe the older folks would bring. The older cars decided to not come in the younger folks. Who have the newer cars. And they're a little more pragmatic. They know they're going into traffic. Look i want a car with fuck air. I think that's very true. And you know. It's kind of counterintuitive. Because would think as you get older. You're going to want easier driving. I don't know it's like the older. The older folks are more they want commit to the thing that it's out whereas the younger folks are like whatever whatever i don't even need to own thing you know access it's it's an access economy rather than an ownership and it's and you know reading about the kuntar's and i saw the news new venema five hennessey said they've sold it out so this'll they've i mean i don't know how true that is. But they said they. Twenty four units sold out already so low. I believe that mean this this sort of new money. Seven-figure are is the gold standard now. Are we read is getting old is i wonder i'm like am i getting old and cranky or is it changing. I think it's both i mean. Talk about the kunti not into you. Saw a person accidentally walked past it. Is it better in person than is looks like an event door. It's like nice event door It looks cool. I like lamborghinis. I think they're cool so But you could easily walk past it and miss it and part of that's because of course it's built on an indoor platform but also doesn't have a big wing. It's not like it's not a grab you type of car. Maybe if they had it a different color but you know of course white maybe like this. Say about an event base though. Grab your attention. it's it's true though. And you know it fell a little. And i'm a big fan of media and You know mr reggiani and all those guys they they didn't they could have gone out more on a limb i think with it. It still looks awesome. I again talking about sold out. You know of course it sold out or they say it sold out and it's a cool car. I would totally own it and it and i love akhoon tosh But you know it's it didn't feel like they really pushed pushed it up. Yeah well it just it. I don't think that. I think lamborghini does forward more much better than they do back. In fact i spoke with mr winkelmann head of lamborghini and he has told me multiple times. He doesn't like nostalgic cars he does not like doing the modern recreations. He doesn't like diving back into the history. You know i asked him are you gonna do. Are you gonna do spot and assures doesn't like doing that stuff he thinks it's a limited creative bucket and it's just looking back and you know it's very carlaw karl lagerfeld. You don't wanna go back. You wanna go forward. So he's not really behind it. You know he said of course and this one was okay did it. But i don't think he's a big fan of betty's phantom money right two hundred eighty five million dollars to argue. Yeah well i don't. I hope we don't end up in this place that manufacturers understand so well that there's so much more profit in these tiny volume cars and it just means that the stuff that is a little. I mean not that. Look a hurricana. A fa these. There's not some of these accessible but like it seems achievable like it. Sands like i could have a good day. Yeah yeah as opposed to something. That's three million dollars. It's tough to like. Get that number really kind of understand. It's like the same couple of hundred people that just by it hoover it all up. Yes and that's like is that. Is that driving. The culture forward is that is it. You know not that these for profit companies should necessarily be socialist for effort. Everyone but it feels like when you when focusing your resources on an ever narrowing customer base. It seems like that might be a little shortsighted. Yes i i'm thinking of the valkyrie right you know and now we have the valkyrie spider And we have stop on the coupe for the. I've we have yet to see either. You know an and Like delivered So like for us in martin to your point. They've got the dax suv which is doing really well for them. Yeah you know they. I saw something the other day that like they quadrupled revenue in in the second quarter. Because of the. I don't know how profitable that makes them yet. Four times one is for at least. They're moving in the right direction. They've got the suv. Which of course we know for most of us drivers. The suv segment is seventy plus percent of cars. And then you've got these multimillion dollar supercars and that's like the two things you know and then there's nothing really in between gas credit. I i see a bunch of antigens around. la people are buying them especially in a roadster form. I'm seeing a bench. Okay i mean it's anecdotal but here in our city. I'm seeing more than i expected to see on the road. I think people want aston martin to do well to make good things like such a cool yet. We she wanted to succeed like yes yes. Yeah but with volk ry compared to coon tosh. Like if you're going to go for the three million bucks you got the formula one powertrain. The thing looks like a fucking f zero car. Spider looks even more insane. It's us lift with no should just on the halo like the f. Why not go in that direction. Anyway.

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"reggiani" Discussed on The Maria Liberati Show

The Maria Liberati Show

04:21 min | 1 year ago

"reggiani" Discussed on The Maria Liberati Show

"Ice cream for a particular restaurant wanted haven't had it but you know it sounds interesting on there. There's a small chain. i was gonna say on the west coast. But they're now open in miami called salt on straw that approaches ice cream completely from an haute cuisine fashion and makes incredibly complicated. I the the owner told me the the number of ingredients is limited. Only by the number of hands they can get around the ice cream machine to put stuff in but he also hand makes all of the ingredients which is to me when someone says. There are his analyzed dream. If they're making their own ingredients. Because you know a fights brownie as made to eat as a fudge. Brownie doesn't perform well in ice cream because the temperature and being surrounded by a form of lakewood turns the brownian to at salt withdraw. They figured out how to make brownie specifically to put ice cream and stuff incredible. They're just they started in portland. They work their way down. West coast other either open or about to open in miami. The pandemic kinda messed with their plans but the thing about ice cream is e it covers everything you can get the sheep industrial gallon of vanilla at the supermarket. Then you can work your way up through various levels. I mean the quality of ice cream generally as measured by the degree of butterfat. The more butterfat the richer the ice cream fields until you get to about eighteen percent when you when you get over. Eighteen percent starts to feel oily. What you can get anything along those lines and and i'm not endorsing this. I'm just mentioning it. The new thing in ice cream is benefits ice cream with benefits. Get ice cream with probiotics can get ice cream with vegetables hidden in the cited in the premise. That you'll get your kids to eat something healthy. There's even an ice cream that claims if you eat it before bed. It won't keep you up now. I did not know that ice cream before bed would keep you up but called nightshade screen. This crampy stuff now remain. Mature that is and respond. And it's just unbelievable. Cliff reading it to us and probably didn't do you know kale and whatever else you want to. But yes that is. It's really interesting but there so people can also enjoy some artisan. Ice cream were Then that's interesting. I know italy. They were doing An ice cream is mill that induce reggiani. 'cause like Salted caramel terrific flavor closet balance. Sweden parmesan would be. I had some phenomenal parmesan the other day. Who i was making i had. I just learned incredibly. Had to make cuts pepe and i didn't have padania so i used parmesan from. We have a good local cheese store. I'm gonna live on the rest of my life. No katcher fake. The real real touch pepsi is though by. That's it. I said put on a your real type of rich down from route. So when she's wearing that contract also although they do in rome it's like a special. They claim truman. But okay he can find that packer reno for the road. I not not on a small barrier island with one cheese store. Yes yes yes you can find that but yet koch. fa dish it's post pandemic..

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"reggiani" Discussed on Enlightened Empaths

Enlightened Empaths

05:36 min | 1 year ago

"reggiani" Discussed on Enlightened Empaths

"You know not leave the surface. Take your time beat patient and let go of ohio expectations of other people. Let go of them. Nothing to do with you. That's reggiani focus on yourself and and what you're thinking and feeling that's a little that trudy matches at the end of the day is is your your your only passing. You have control over your own thoughts and feelings and emotions focus on that the rest i always say will fall into place when you've got a handle on that he men one of the beautiful things about keeping a dream journal is exactly what you just said about. You have concrete evidence. You have something that you can say on. September eighteenth i dreamt about this and then it manifested or came to fruition but also it gives you away to blend like the work of a really good dream dictionary with your own interpretation so that you can learn your own symbolism civil so right because i mean i write dream dictionaries but these i universal collective you know almost archetypal symbols and i'm bringing that interpretation de i always said you know if you if you love sailing for example if you dream you're sailing is going to have a very different interpretation and if you're someone who's terrified of ceo drowning whatever you've got to bring in your own personal symbolism always to to the collective's symbolism the item. That's all dream. Dictionaries can do the best dream dictionary. You right is the one you yourself that you start to recognize your specific dream symbols example whenever dogs appear in my dreams that i love dogs. So it's really lovely sign of unconditional love and loyalty and listen joy. But you know someone's very scared of dogs or has been bitten by one or you know it's going to have a massively different instructors so please brave mind. The person interpretation. Also the joy of a dream journal is you see that dreams don't work in isolation like pieces of the jigsaw puzzle. Sometimes you're dreaming mind is gonna tell you something. Over series of like engineering's net flicks choon in the.

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"reggiani" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist

The Daily Zeitgeist

07:15 min | 1 year ago

"reggiani" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist

"Now. let's talk real quick or a lot a bit about this house of gucci trailer. That came out where before we were talking with jamie loftus and she was like. We're like did you see it. And she's like yeah. I don't know if people are doing a good job of acting or a bad job of acting and i'm trying to figure it out because the accents are so thick it feels like an snl sketch. And it's kind of jokey but at the same time like is very glamorous in is all high fashion in glitzy and shit so there's like it's very visually stimulating. But when you hear like lady gaga like it is about gucci and all the other shit. I'm like me with beauty like them to take out the trash and i'm like is that i'm not an expert on accents but i'm curious to know what what went into it and i don't know everybody looks very glamorous and gucci fide. Are you more excited less excited when he wants to. Look you know me. I love i love movies and that. That's a little thing. You might not know about me. But i i love a trailer like i love analyze. My favorite thing is to just imagine how everyone really is on the set like you know. One look guys is off her her Oscar win on a star is born so she knows one thing that she is in uk tour and so you know she is doing. She's coming so hard with this accent. She what did she say in the in the name of the holy father this son in the house of cushy like and you know. She's like fucking nailed. I know me why we're laughing because like dishes so heavy handed but also like that's kind of signal though. Like that's i think she's like in a movie with pacino. Jared leto has ten pounds of like prosthetics on everyone. This movie is being like. I'm fucking killing. And adam driver who you know will never see this movie. Because he can't watch himself and he's just there because he's a great actor and he think he says anything in the trailer except for but they're my family the whole movie you'd think this was was called house of gaga up these other. Don't say a single thing. I think jared leto says like she's a caesar's spicy one. She's real character or whatever and that's it and put onto india close. You know like that's it. Hold on they. It'll be like and those like academy award winner. Jeremy irons academy award winner al pacino and like half the time they show them jeremy irons was his sit back smoking to secret he needed to say a fucking war. I'm like okay. What do you want to academy award for smoking cigarettes in this lady. I don't really consider myself in ethical person. And you're like okay. What is going on. It's i mean it's going to be again. It will be sight to behold just like really. You know what. I love a good like wild movie like this. That's based on true like a true story. Excessive to yes so excessive. Everyone's doing acts like italian accents that you're like what and you know what i'll be there up being the theaters. Yeah what do you think. Like what should they do. I mean because a lot of people the accent stuff is has been. I think some people are like it's great and i've also seen stuff like this is so hack like what. What is this accent. This is like other people like she sounds rushing at times. But i don't know like what you do like. Are you supposed to just not do an accent or do it like how they did like chernobyl where some people just spoke like in their natural voices rather than trying to do an accent of like this specific country. But i guess like for gucci. It has to be accents because it would be sound. Just wild if lady gaga is like in the name of the father the son and the house of gucci like. It doesn't quite ring the same. But i don't know i mean it helps lady gaga is italian But i will say if you're going to do a movie like this you have to go. I mean i think they took the right direction like just go hard. Like just like it's time to take the trash out like who is this person it's like just do it. You know go camp. Go hard be hack. Who cares because you know it's going to be a various statically pleasing movie with elite lease gut directing and so like why not. You know what. I love a good cinematic absurd masterpiece that in about one year. We'd be like what the fuck mate this you know what i see. I wanna see a movie that stands the test of time in the sense that it is absurd as hell. It stands the test of time the time that it takes. Watch it and then you forget about it and then you question you. Two months later there is a post on twitter. Said from agag daily. Says they're trying to say like no she actually did. Well i said lady gaga bodied patrizia. Reggiani accent and mannerisms let me just play this really quick so we can assess if gaga really did body tweets. Let's see this better to cry. In rolls royce. Then to be happy in a bicycle. Okay so that was. That's the real but three-tier the right there lord. I don't consider myself to be particularly ethical person. But i am fair I don't know i think i mean. Look they're fans of lady. But i fear literally to be happy on bicycle by seekers. So should you poor piece of shit. Get out to play that role and jose best actor. Good thank you for this. i should. She's done it folks. she's done. She's yeah i mean look. I love accents. And i love. I love accent. I love accents. you know. i love to hear him. I love character work But we'll see and this one again because it's so like high fashion high like just excessive wealth and stuff like it's like i don't know like do we need to really give a fuck about how their representatives are characters. Anyway i mean gucci's not exactly the most brand we've ever doesn't give a fuck about how anything is represented. Okay so in that way. We're fair game for dummies too. She's you can do but anyway. Chat out patrizia shadow lady gaga shot. Adam driver shot out films. Okay well that's gonna do it for today. Thank you for joining me today. everybody else have.

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'House of Gucci' Trailer Reveals First Footage of Lady Gaga as Patrizia Reggiani

Lewis and Logan

00:27 sec | 1 year ago

'House of Gucci' Trailer Reveals First Footage of Lady Gaga as Patrizia Reggiani

"Their first look at Lady Gaga in the upcoming film House of Gucci. The official trailer was released on Thursday for the movie where Gaga plays Patrizio Gucci. Their name was, of course to Follows the story of the Gucci family and what led to Maurizio Gucci's murder. Adam Driver plays Maurizio. Meanwhile, Jared Leto and Al Pacino play other members of the Gucci family House of Gucci set to come out November.

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"reggiani" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

05:48 min | 1 year ago

"reggiani" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The Dawn of the Cold War. It's about the early years of the CIA from the end of World War two through the mid 19 fifties. That's fresh air Tonight at seven. Iran KQED public radio This is marketplace. I'm Kai raised all we learned this morning. Consumer spending was pretty much flat last month, a small bump in services, hotels, restaurants, that kind of thing, Thanks, of course, to all the vaccinations and decent savings that people have built up the past year and a half and those same people now itching to travel. Data from earlier this month also tells us that people are spending more uncertain goods, clothing among them because Not being stuck at home. Am I right? But our relationship with our clothes almost 18 months are now Changing as marketplaces. Marielle Segarra tells us it was Memorial Day weekend and Christy Carlson Gehring needed new clothes. Her office at Wichita State University in Kansas was about to reopen. So she went to the store, grabbed a pair of pants and headed to the dressing room. I mean, I intentionally picked a size up that I normally thought I wore and even it was too tight, and it was a little depressing. At first, Like a lot of people. Carlson Garin gained weight during the pandemic, and being in that dressing room brought up some feelings. It's just whatever the peer pressure is that you have to be a certain size, you know, to really be accepted. Then she went to another store where sales associates started just bringing her stuff and made a point of saying, you know, Don't look at the label. Some of our stuff fits a little loose. Some of it fits tight. And so I tried on a vast array of sizes and Didn't feel bad, And I think it was because of that associate at that store made me feel It didn't matter what the size was. It was what looked good and what felt good. She'd gotten used to wearing sweatpants and comfy T shirts while working from home and I just was more relaxed, didn't feel As stressed, because, you know, I guess you don't realize just how wearing tight clothes. It's like how uncomfortable that really is. And in that moment at the store, she decided to disregard the judgy thoughts that kept popping into her head about her size or whether that shiny gold blouse or those converse shoes were age appropriate. Because, yes, I maybe, you know, 56 years old, but you know I can dress this way if I want to. It's comfortable and I just don't care what everybody else thinks. The pandemic has been a wake up call. You know, life is really precious and do what you want to do. Where what you want to wear. Be comfortable in who you are. The long stretches of isolation over the past year have given a lot of people the time to figure that out. Rockhill Reggiani recalls a moment from last year. I remember Going to some very open patio space last summer, Um, for my birthday and wearing this black and white longer skirt for the first time that I had had for, like, two years but hadn't really worn yet. Johnny's gender fluid and for a long time had mostly worn clothes that are generally seen as masculine like button downs and slacks. But during the pandemic, they had time to think about what they wanted to wear. What felt right. So that day on the patio at first row, Johnny worried about being judged, but it took the process of being out in public with interview like to have this really magical moment after I was letting go of some of the layers of unease. To be like, Oh, my God. This feels so freeing. I could do this all the time. What would it be like to be free? That question feels more urgent now, especially for Ojani, who is a resident at a public hospital in Cambridge, Massachusetts. I think Covid in particularly for me being on the front lines really brought into focus our collective You know this. This is kind of it. How do we want to live for road Johnny in the context of clothing That means figuring out a new style. Since that day on the patio, they've gone thrift shopping, and I've gotten a few outfits from their partner like a mustard yellow jumpsuit and an ankle length maroon skirt, both of which are loose fitting and flowy. Because the other thing Rowhani's realized after this year, they want to be comfortable. I'm Marielle Segarra for marketplace. Speaking of changes in the way we buy stuff as Mariel was minute ago early on in this pandemic. We told you about an old style way of doing business that made kind of a comeback, the shortages and the dire circumstances of last year bartering as in trading stuff instead of buying it. Veronica Coon. She's a hairdresser and Henderson, Nevada. She started a bartering group on Facebook that early on had a lot of people looking for hand sanitizer and disinfecting wipes and basic supplies as well like food. But with people getting back to doing stuff instead of needing stuff. Here's Veronica with an update. So on the barter group Now what We are seeing a lot more like events posted and drop opportunities posted and Things like that, as opposed to, um People's actual needs. I mean, there's still some with the food banks that are open and go in, but a lot more with events and job opportunities at this point..

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"reggiani" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:37 min | 1 year ago

"reggiani" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Then she went to another store where sales associates started just bringing her stuff and made a point of saying, you know, Don't look at the label. Some of our stuff fits a little loose. Some of it fits tight. And so I tried on a vast array of sizes and I didn't feel bad, and I think it was because of that associate at that store made me feel It didn't matter what the size was. It was what looked good and what felt good. She'd gotten used to wearing sweatpants and comfy T shirts while working from home and I just was more relaxed, didn't feel As stressed, because, you know, I guess you don't realize just you know how wearing tight clothes. It's like how uncomfortable that really is. And in that moment at the store, she decided to disregard the judgy thoughts that kept popping into her head about her size or whether that shiny gold blouse or those converse shoes were age appropriate. Because, yes, I maybe, you know, 56 years old, but you know I can dress this way if I want to. It's comfortable and I just don't care what everybody else thinks. The pandemic has been a wake up call. You know, life is really precious and do what you want to do. Where what you want to wear. Be comfortable in who you are. The long stretches of isolation over the past year have given a lot of people the time to figure that out. Broad Hill. Reggiani recalls a moment from last year. I remember Going to some very open patio space last summer, Um, for my birthday and and wearing this black and white longer skirt for the first time that I had had for, like, two years but hadn't really worn yet. Oh, Johnny is gender fluid and for a long time had mostly worn clothes that are generally seen as masculine like button downs and slacks. But during the pandemic, they had time to think about what they wanted to wear. What felt right. So that day on the patio at first row, Johnny worried about being judged, but it took the process of being out in public with it to be like to have this really magical moment after I was letting go of some of the layers of unease to be like, Oh, my God, This feels so freeing. I could do this all the time. What would it be like to be free? That question feels more urgent now, especially for Ojani, who is a resident at a public hospital in Cambridge, Massachusetts. I think, covid and particularly for me, being on the front lines really brought into focus our collective, you know this. This is kind of it. How do we want to live for road Johnny in the context of clothing? That means figuring out a new style..

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"reggiani" Discussed on Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

06:44 min | 1 year ago

"reggiani" Discussed on Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

"Coming up thirty day turnarounds on their home sales. Oh it's a seller's market out there baby but first let's do the numbers down does drills up two hundred and thirty seven points on this friday six tenths percent thirty four thousand four thirty three. The nasdaq went the other way down nine points. Less than ten percent actually ended at fourteen thousand three sixty s and p five hundred up fourteen. Three tenths percent forty two and zero for the week. The five days gone by the dow in three point four percent. The nasdaq up two point. Three percent s. p. five hundred gained two and seven tenths of one percent bank stocks. Went up after the federal reserve posted positive results for its annual stress tests of twenty three major american banks today citigroup up three percent bank of america added one and nine tenths percent. Today virgin galactic shot up more than thirty eight percent after the federal aviation administration gave the green light to its plans to ferry passengers into space. I would totally go if i could afford it. Sportswear retailer nike left. Fifteen and a half percent on quarterly revenue and earnings that easily beat expectations bond. Prices went down yield on the ten year. Keynote thus went up one point five percent. You're listening to marketplace this marketplace. Podcast is supported by fundraise. A truly diversified portfolio needs more than stocks bonds and mutual funds with a track record of earning consistent income at long-term appreciation successful investors have powered their portfolios with private real estate for decades. Now you can to fundraise. Fundraise provides access to diversified portfolios of private real estate with their industry leading easy to use platform go to fund rise dot com slash marketplace. To see how one hundred fifty thousand investors have built a better portfolio with private real estate. That's f. u. n. d. r. i. Dot com slash marketplace. Hey jed kim host of million brazilians million brazilian is podcast for kids and the families that helps dollars make more sense in each episode. We tackle the tricky questions that your kids have about money. Like how was it. Made is our factory somewhere that makes it. Or what determines the price of visa and we're back with all new episodes. That's more answers to the questions. Your kids wanna know thoughtful ones. That silly ones and the really hard to answer one's million zillion listened wherever you get your podcast. This is marketplace. I'm kai ryssdal. We learned this morning. Consumer spending was pretty much flat last month. A small bump in services restaurants that kind of thing. Thanks of course all the vaccinations in decent savings that people have built up the past year and a half and those same people now itching to travel data from earlier. This month also tells us that people are spending more uncertain clothing among them because not being stuck at home. Am i right but lay ship with our clothes almost eighteen months on. Now it's changing as marketplace's marielle zegarra tells us it was memorial day weekend and christy. Carlson gehring needed new clothes. Her office at wichita state university in kansas was about to reopen so she went to the store grabbed a pair of pants and headed to the dressing room. I mean i intentionally picked size up than i normally thought i wore and even it was too tight and it was a little depressing at i like a lot of people. Carson gehring gained weight during the pandemic and being in that dressing room brought up some feelings. It's just whatever the peer pressure is that you have to be a certain size. You know to really be accepted then. She went to another store where a sales associate started just bringing her stuff and made a point of saying you know. Don't look at the label. Some of our stuff fits a little loose. Some of it fits tight. And so i tried on a vast array of sizes and i didn't feel bad and i think it was because of that associated at that store made me feel. It didn't matter what the size was. It was what looked good. And what felt good. She'd gotten used to wearing sweatpants and comfy t shirts while working from home and i just was more relaxed. Didn't feel you know as stress. Because you know i guess you don't realize just how wearing tight clothes. It's like how uncomfortable that really is an in that moment at the store she decided to disregard the judgy thoughts that kept popping into her head about her size. Or whether that shiny gold blouse or those converse shoes each appropriate. Because es i may be you know fifty six years old but you know. I can dress this way if i want to. It's comfortable and i just don't care what everybody else thinks. The pandemic has been a up call. You know life is really precious and do what you wanna do. Where what you wanna wear be comfortable in who. You are the long stretches of isolation over the past year. Have given a lot of people the time to figure that out raheel row johnny recalls the moment from last year i remember going to some very open patio space last summer for my birthday in wearing this black and white longer skirt for the first time that i had had for like two years but hadn't really warned yet. Reggiani is gender fluid and for a long time mostly worn closed that are generally seen as masculine like button downs and slacks but during the pandemic they time to think about what they wanted to wear what felt right so that day on the patio at first row. Johnny worried about being judged but it took the process of being out in public with it to be like to have this really magical moment after i was letting go of some of the layers of unease to be like god. This feels so freeing. I could do this all the time. What would it be like to be free. That question feels more urgent now especially for. Oh johnny who is a resident at a public hospital in cambridge massachusetts. I think covid particularly for me being on the frontlines really brought into focus our collective. You know this this is kind of it. How do we wanna live for johnny. In the context of clothing that means figuring out a new style since that day on the patio. They've gone thrift shopping and have gotten a few outfits from their partner like a mustard yellow jumpsuit in an ankle length maroon skirt both of which are.

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"reggiani" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

03:32 min | 2 years ago

"reggiani" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"So, uh, she was severely, uh, handicapped because of his scoliosis developed in the institution. She was just, uh, left to lie in her crib, and there was no stimulation and my wife and I I didn't get to see her very often because it was painful for us on and Other things we were getting on along came the other Children in the family, but they give us your path Chiropractor done. Reggiani was able to manipulate the two bones in the top of her neck, the outlets in the axis, allowing her Pressure to come off her brain stem, which almost immediately stopped the convulsion disorder. Had we known that before we put her in an institution when she was 2.5, she never would've went into that place that horrible place. However. That happened. It was destiny. And because of our meeting Rod Peterson of my curiosity and our life experiences that there were so many Children that could be helped. I started to imitate Ross Peterson's meditation technique, which was to breathe deeply laid down on the couch reduced my heart rate. And time went by, in which I was able to see things in my mind's eye. People would come over on the massage lady was again a study. In a study group for Casey, and she brought some people to me. I started doing what I would say my impressions and next thing we know we were doing them every day and then twice a day on what just went on from there. I was in the middle 19 seventies 1974 and five I resigned my position at the Toronto star in 1977, because I believe this was my calling. And now several 1000 people more than 50,000. People I've met doing this over the years. Never mind people. I've spoken to on the phone or have done things in a conscious state. This understanding of remote viewing or clairvoyance or quantum meditation. Is that his term I prefer Is the ability for part of your mind to be able to perceive things that you're not aware of. Over time and space or there is no distance and there is no time to the present moment as I like to call it. Which is what you have done on the radio. I have taught people in Texas. I was doing a course e a 10 Day course I might do. One more people are interested. They can email me Import Douglas James collateral dot com. And we'll see what happens in the future probably be the last time but this ability of being able to enter into a state of meditation properly. Safely was with somebody as a teacher who does the same thing, which is important or many people teaching things that they don't do themselves. You can. I can engage where people are and help them to open up. Intuitive abilities, which are all the abilities from dream interpretation to to leprosy premonition, pre cognition prediction and into prophecy. Never mind the other abilities of seeing auras laying on of hands and all those other clear Centeon things and it's the matter when once you wake up, and by the way, I've started a new app it's called Wake up. On got Apple should say a pod radio show. I'm just so new..

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"reggiani" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"reggiani" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"We were talking about your a disabled, severely disabled daughter, Sherry Ann, who was institutionalized on then you met Another sleeping prophet Ross Peterson, who was able to remotely diagnosis, the the source of your daughter's condition. You you took her out of the The institution. She went to a chiropractor that seemed to alleviate some of the the problem. She was able to gain weight and she stayed with you at your home. Then I guess for the remainder of her for life. How long did she live? She lived until she was 38 rhetoric. When we brought her home, her life expectancy was between eight and 12 years of age. So, uh, she was Severely handicapped because of a scoliosis developed in the institution. She was just left to lie in her crib, and there was no stimulation and my wife and I I didn't get to see her very often because it was painful for us on and Other things we were getting on along came the other Children in the family, but they crossed your path Chiropractor done. Reggiani was able to manipulate the two bones in the top of her neck the outlets in the axis and allowing her the pressure to come off her brain stem, which almost immediately stopped the convulsion disorder. Had we known that before we put her in the institution. She was 2.5. She never would've went into that place. That horrible place, however. That happened. It was destiny. And because of our meeting Ross Peter's gonna my curiosity and our life experiences that there were so many Children that could be helped. I started to imitate Ross Peterson's.

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Leslie Jamison on Jenny Offill's Book 'Weather'

The Book Review

11:15 min | 3 years ago

Leslie Jamison on Jenny Offill's Book 'Weather'

"Leslie Jamison is here in the studio. Her most recent book is make it screen and make it burn essays which was reviewed in the book review last fall all but she's here now to talk about another book. She reviewed this week on our cover. Jennie O. Foles Weather Leslie. Thanks for being here. It's so wonderful to be here so you. Let's first talk about Jenny full. Who she is? Pearl Siegel staff critic for the Times. Were a profile of Jennie O.. Full in this this week's issue of the New York Times magazine but give us a sense of who this writer is. When I think about Daniel's work and why it matters and why I think it's really created aided the sense of excitement around so many readers I think part of it you know she writes about motherhood and marriage and things that can get lumped under the general neural umbrella term domesticity but she brings them to life in these incredibly razor-sharp ways and there shouldn't even be a but conjunction to that sentence right like wire wire those states of being not razor-sharp somehow but but sometimes they can get seen as softer sentimental and she brings both very different form and a very different tone to how how she writes about them and how she does justice to their emotional extremity? Now I'm thinking that we have to make a challenge to ourselves not to use the word but for the rest of this partnership. I think there we go that we're are GONNA fail so we'll just we'll we'll put that aside. This book weather is her third novel her. I was last things and then it took her fifteen years to write. Her neck spoke department of speculation which came out in two thousand fourteen and was one of our ten best books of the year. And I feel like that book really brought her to you. A wider attention perhaps not bestseller list attention but it was hugely critically acclaimed and beloved by readers. Let's start talk a little a bit about that book and why it struck such a chord and I think it's no accident when you said it was like fifteen years until the next book which actually sort of part of the plot of Department of speculation too. It's like there's a writer who is taking a long time to put her second novel. Part of I think you know my understanding from interviews. She's done. The story of that book has that it started as a much more conventionally structured novel and it sort of took her a long time to whittle it down to its really searing form which is a very a fragmented form where you feel like you're getting these absolutely essential bursts of exerience. I think her agent described at once as more like an x Ray than a body which I thought was such such an amazing evocation of how it works and so part of why it caught. Hold I think is that it wasn't it wasn't just very smart about feeling and it had this strong long hard and it's about a infidelity and marriage sort of preparing itself but it also it seemed to find a new language for feeling a new structure for feeling the guy I want to go back to that the fragments Manson the structure for people who've not Reggiani Oval. We should say this. Her books are really short. They're really really short but they are packed and yet they don't feel dense and part of that is due to structure and you use the word fragments. People use the word fragments or fragmentary or cones. Let's talk about a house. She structures these books because it is especially when department speculation came out in two thousand fourteen. It felt very different from what was being written and it felt very very different from the way in which a domestic novel was being written. You know it makes me think a little bit about the way that like Virginia Woolf would describe moments of being you know that somehow we have these moments where it feels like something about experience is intensified or crystallized on. I think Jenny has a real knack for like putting her finger on the pulse of those moment. So maybe it's just an ordinary moment like in this latest novel. where she comes home from the her narrator comes home from feeling this intense panic about climate aamot change and her sons playing minecraft noon? SORTA get like putty off of his fingers. Like it's not in a dramatic sense like it's that's not a huge plot point happening in that moment but she manages manages to find these ways that seemingly insignificant moments if you if you describe them so precisely and locate some kind of feeling what's happening in them quivering inside them. She does justice to it and the way that her books are structured. I don't think there are like us in this weather. There are parts. I can't remember if in Department of Speculation Stephen divided into chapters but it's these single paragraphs are a few paragraphs spaced apart on the page. So not not only. Is it a small book but it actually. I mean you could theoretically sit down and read it in a couple of hours I did. You did theory. You could sit down down and read it very quickly and one of the things that I think people then mistakenly assume is that. Oh you know sort of hastily written you get the cents though once you are reading it that not at all does feel something. That is very much labored over almost like poetry in terms of the precision of the ways in which the things that she's putting into those little sections as you pointed out it's often about the contrast in a given moment between something very granular and domestic and personal and then some larger thought. That's going on or something happening in the greater world. Do you think that was what was is so striking about department of speculation. The fact that she was doing not that she was taking something like a domestic novel. That was you know. Just as you said kind of a story of a Brooklyn Glenn Mother and infidelity and work life balance and these things that so many books are about but infusing in it these larger the issues. I think that's a really good point that so often. What makes these like short bursts? CLO- fuel incandescent our field. Charged is is that they're very granular. But they're also holding some kind of emotional intensity and I think when you're writing about something like infidelity where there's both the danger of somehow telling a story that people feel like they've heard before story that feels intrinsically melodramatic. It can really bring out the humanity of the story to pay attention to the granularity of of like a one scene. That's rising to mind from that novel is like the narrator after a conflict with her husband going to stay at a hotel overnight and and like preying on the carpet of the hotel floor. But it's like it's like that hotel carpeting that holds so much feeling rather than just like the larger obstruction of of infidelity per se. Or something and so I think it is that scale shifting that can happen in a space of a paragraph. Can that happen across the course the whole book. That's also really operative in this latest book. where the skills or even bigger because among other things about climate change is like one of the biggest skills yes yes yeah? Let's talk about weather and let's start start with what it's about even though you know as we think people are probably sensing when you talk about Jenny ovals work. It really isn't about plot. Yeah but what is whether yeah so the narrator of weather is a mother who years ago dropped out of a PhD program and it's working as university librarian and she takes a job job working for her former mentor. Who does a podcast about climate change? where she's answering all the letters that are coming in response to this podcast so there are a few different? There's the kind of plot of her I went to the overhauls narrator to answer my letters to this cast. I'm just kidding. I love answering your letters I would be. I thought you were GonNa even save answer my letters I was like I have a few letters. Live right Yeah I mean you know you have this narrators mother you have her as a wife wife you have her as a a worker and maybe a worker who feels a bit lost in the world. There's also for me. One of the most compelling plot lines in the book is about the narrators relationship with her brother. WHO's a recovering addict? He gets married and then has a a baby and her role in his life and her sort of desperate hope that he can put his life together. Other was a really moving strand among strands for me as well presumably. That's very deliberate. Bringing new life into a world that is in crisis crisis and feels like it's ending and I think that's one of the abiding emotional. Tensions in the book is like the the world is always beginning and ending at once. And maybe maybe there's something about that truism that has felt universal through time but it has a particular acuity now or the world is is it's ending he's send away by these factors that are at work but that dynamic of like yes the world is ending but also you wake up in the morning and you're touching base with your brother overtaxed to make sure he and the baby are doing okay that both of those are real on. Both of those are happening. I think we're seeing a wave of climate fiction and it's taking all of these different forms. Probably a most noticeably post apocalyptic and dystopia although there are also books like Richard powerhouses over story sometimes metaphorical Oracle sometimes very reality based feels different. Though I mean how does this differ from other fiction looking at climate and climate. Change for starters. You don't have that kind of like emotional. Buffer of the post apocalyptic landscape that emotional buffer mailing a strange way to describe a postal puck landscape. But it's like if the apocalypse is happening thing in Brooklyn Public School like that's the stage set for the book it feels more disquieting in certain ways because it's closer to home. It's not like Cormac McCarthy novel where a father and Zahn are like traveling the chart landscape like it's more immediate in that way and I think one of the challenges of writing about climate change is how to take this thing that is essentially on a larger scale than our minds can hold and how to make it a narrative we can hold. There's this moment early on in weather where the narrator is thinking about her son allies elementary school and she says the problem with the school is that it's not a bill on a human scale feels too large for these little children who are going into it and I I think in a way that lays out one of the aesthetic challenges the book right. It's like climate. Change isn't quite on a human scale but narrative is on a human scale. So how do you translate. How does she do it? Part of it has to do with what we're talking about a little bit earlier these questions of sort of scale shifting and simultaneity where you had these big questions of like the end of the world coming up either through the letters that are coming into this podcast or you know this narrator is doing what I think. We all do obsessive googling about lots of things where she's sort. I'm trying to see like how hot is it going to be in New York City and you know when her son is sixty years old or something like that and getting so freaked out by these numbers so you sort of have those larger questions that are always coming up against the interpersonal. TRAUMAS the books. So either it's like the obstruction of like how hot is the World GonNA get comes up up against the body of her actual son. She's imagining at age. Sixty or thinking about like the horsemen of the apocalypse. Coming in comes up against you know coming home ends ends giving the dog. His Lover Frog Toy. You know so the becomes on a human scale because we see a particular human with a particular life a particular brother who's giving bringing new life into the world that all of those abstract questions are hitting all of those granular

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