28 Burst results for "Rolling Stone Magazine"
"rolling stone magazine" Discussed on WGN Radio
"We're talking with Chicago's music photographer. Paul Natkin. We heard Dr Hook right there. You mentioned Rolling Stone magazine now you worked for them, right? I worked. I'm freelance, so I don't really work for any magazine. I get assignments, freelance assignments. And they're one of my clients got it. You also world that is not in the early days, right? It took a lot to get to the point where they would hire me. Oh, sure, I can imagine you. You also work for cream Circus hit parade. Er Yep, the sometimes the Tribune And many magazines around the world, right And this is mostly in the eighties, right when you got started. Started seventies 75 76. What happened was I one day just on a whim. I decided to go to that this place called the Ivanhoe Theater. Which was Little theater on the corner of Clark and Wellington. It's now a Benny's liquor store. But in those days it was the Little concert facility in the city. Chicago. Okay, like everybody that came through Tom played there. And I just, You know, Bs my way in the door by having all my equipment hanging around my neck and then let me in and I shot And as I was walking out, I walked by the dressing room door. And there was a guy sitting there security guy and he and I started talking. Yeah. He said. Well, you know, who are you taking pictures for him? I said, really? Nobody. I'm just trying to get a start. And he said, Well, I have a feeling you might be pretty good. So I'm going to talk to my boss and see if I get you a pass to come here. Any time you want and come in and shoot pictures. Wow. And he did that and I started shooting people like Dolly Parton, Kenny Rogers, Cheech and Chong. The list of people that played at the Ivanhoe was pretty amazing, including some people. Remember, there was an opening act one night that was so bad that I didn't take any pictures of him because I figured they'd never amount to anything. They were called Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers. But there were you know, there was a show there every other night for about five years, and I went and shot him off. And I just started compiling this. Collection of photographs. But I had no idea what to do with I had no idea how toe Monetize them right and then one day My friend Scott Helman, Who's the guy who got me the past. I said, Well, I'm gonna talk to the guys that I work for that there's this company called Jam Productions. And let me see if I could get you access to all of our shows. And he did that and all of a sudden I was shooting it. Everywhere from Chicago Stadium down the park West. Yeah. One night I was at Park West. There's a woman that I knew in the lobby. And she was standing talking to this guy and she introduced me to him and he was the Director slash photo editor of Cream magazine. Which is always one of my favorite magazine. Sure. So we traded cards. And he said, Call me on the 15th of the month. And I'll give you a list of who we're doing Articles about And if we use in your pictures will pay you for him. So call them the next, 15 says. The next month gave me a list that sent him a bunch of pictures, and one of them was a picture of Rick Karen jer. And they use the.
Manure for Enlightenment
"Mall. Thanks for coming on my pleasure. Dan great v. here. So let's start. I'm sure you're not surprised that i'm going to start here with your personal story as i understand it. A big landmark in your personal and contemporary of development was going to prison. Can you tell that story. Yeah absolutely. I'll try to relatively briefly so yes that was A really important time for me. I spent fourteen years in federal prison. How did i get there. I was one of those baby boomers that came of age in the sixties kind of classic angry young man graduate from high school in nineteen sixty eight completely. Disillusion daily naked justifiably or not. That's what was going on with me. Both families up but a lot to do with the cultural stuff. All the assassinations and so forth and i grew up in the midwest roman catholic up being basically good family but we out her issues. Alcoholism and things like that. There was quite painful. Sixty eight was one of the multiple two issues culturally in this country. I just went headlong into the counterculture went off to a big state university but really majored and drugs and rock and roll and antiwar politics and any other crazy again bombed in. But i'd always been a spiritual seeker. In fact my family always thought i was going to go into the priesthood early on or something like that so i'd always been as brutal secret. I continued that all along. And so i ended up eventually leaving the country. I just became so alienated. I in part to get away from the drug culture house and baldin and partic- nixon was reelected. I i just wanted to get out and also was on this search for something authentic. I remember at a time in my childhood when i felt really plugged into reality things. We're very ribbon. Really been magical and that kind of just gone away at some point and that's probably a normal developmental process. But i never made peace with it so i was always hungry for that looking for that and you know the drugs were some mirage of that but obviously with a lot of baggage and if you got a hole in your gut indicative propensities that can take you down a lot of twisted roads. So i did leave the country star traveling as an ex pat throughout latin america. And and that was very transformative time. I've spent a year living on a sailboat to another guy night a small native both that we learned how to sail and kind of an incredible life for a while and just living off the ocean literally and and then sold. The boat continued to south. American and i had some notion about getting to prue and finding something magical there and had nothing to do with drugs. I don't know where. I got the idea but i did get there and did. Discover something quite magical. They're just environmentally. There was some kind of real magic in the environment. And unfortunately the first time i came back to the states. When i ran out of money. I had to come back and work for a while. I couldn't bring them with me. So i realized you know it was still environmental and anyway this went on and eventually at near the second time i fell into or may choices rather engaging kind of small time cocaine smuggling originally just i was i had a connection and i would purchase something for people who are coming down and smugglers and i can make like a thousand dollars and live off that for six months down there so i continued like that for a while eventually got involved smuggling myself to come back to the us. And you know that kind of path remained intertwined. While before i could pull it apart. But when i came back for the us for was to go to nairobi university. I'd been trying to practice on my own for a couple years. High mountains impro- in a little place that bay remote valley up above the sacred valley. The incas and i zeroed in on the tibetan buddhist tradition reading the few books that were available at that time. And and then when i someone actually showed up at my house there with a copy of rolling stone magazine in nineteen seventy four with an article about that first summer session. It was kind of legendary in boulder at neuropathy vendor open institute and when i saw trump firm shades name i just knew i had to go there and so i did and went. Got my master's degree there. It was very intense. Contempt would've or clinical contemporary psychology program. And that was very transformative in the process. I became a student but i kept his other shadow. Part of my life a secret for quite a while from teacher from everyone i would disappear once or twice a year. I was able to live outside. The system continued to pursue my interest and so forth and my marriage was falling apart. I kept those problems at bay with money. And so i had all this cognitive dissonance and when i was traveling with my teacher which i was very fortunate to some develop that relationship and travel with him a lot as one of his primary attendance and when i was on retreats and i spent about half the year and retreats programs are traveling with him and then i was leading a very sane life and now go to this completely crazy life back and forth and before i could tease that apart i ended up earning my way into what originally looked like a thirty year. No parole prison sentence
"rolling stone magazine" Discussed on Z104
"Rolling Stone magazine before fallout Boy who were their mentors, today's artist. The spotlight is panic at the disco Maroon five began in 1994, while most of the members were still in high school bands. Original name was Cara's Flowers. After moving to New York Maroon five. Singer Adam Levine got a job working at the fast food chain Johnny Rockets. He quit after only two weeks and also dropped out of college to continue pursuing music. Adam Levine is also ambi Dextrous, he writes with his left hand. Prefers his right hand for most other tasks, such as playing the guitar, not to mention Maroon five was banned from China after keyboard is Jesse Carmichael Wished the Dalai Lama Tibet. Ah, Happy Birthday on Twitter. Artist spotlight. Siri's featuring post Malone you know, cousin around, you know, in that she misses city youth is Don't give up like I say, Like I always say, Man, there's a lot of people that are going to try to put you down and try to kick you just keep all rockin. Always be yourself. Always be original. Don't listen to what anybody has to say. Because at the end of the day self awareness it's you being happy with who you are. Her real name is Robyn Fenty. Rianna is her middle name. She's from Barbados and was discovered when she was 16 by an American record producer named Evan Rogers, who saw her when he was on vacation. There she was Esquire magazine's Sexiest Woman Alive in 2011. Briana Path, Justin Bieber on June 18th 2013 as the most viewed artists on YouTube. And as it also turns out, mostly everybody says their name Ron, It's actually pronounced Anna When asked during an interview on the Ellen Degenerate Show What her go to karaoke song is, Rianna revealed its Bon Jovi's living on a Prayer or two spotlights. Siri's featuring Ed Sheeran to shape it will shape of You was the inspiration behind night. Just I didn't have any sexually charged songs for the album. I think Think that's what was needed. I wants to write appreciation sung for the female form any shape, so that was instead of writing a song being like you'll be for you this year. That was Don't I'm in love with the shape of you, brother. It made sense in my head and then people would think to look in. Jason Derulo was born September 21st 1981. He always brings his own microphone stand on stage, which he says this special. He doesn't trust the ones provided at the venues. He started as a songwriter and has produced It's for multiple artists. He wrote his first song at the age of eight. And while rehearsing for his future history tour back in January of 2012, he broke his neck and consequently had to cancel all of his tour dates. He admits he's not a very good cook and tries to eat out as much as possible part of spotlights. Siri's featuring Alessia car. It's your praise for someone else. I was making so many songs because I wanted people to feel good about themselves. And I wanted to remind everyone like to love themselves and I still like I love myself and I am confident in so many ways, but That doesn't mean like, you know, when I'm at home, I don't really kind of feel crappy. Some days are like, just feel sorry for myself, sometimes, for whatever reason. Artist spotlight Siri's featuring post Malone now only because it around you know in that she misses city youth is Don't give up like I say, Like I always say, Man, there's a lot of people that are going to try to put you down and try to kick you keep all right. I can always be yourself always be original. Don't listen to what anybody has to say, because at the end of the day self awareness it's you being happy with who you are. Maroon five began in 1994, while most of the members were still in high school bands. Original name was Cara's Flowers..
Rolling Stones Drop ‘Scarlet,’ Previously Unreleased 1974 Track Featuring Jimmy Page (Listen)
"The Stones rolled out details their upcoming goat's head soup box set earlier this past month, But the most exciting elements for their fans was a previously unreleased song. According with Jimmy Page that you're listening to year called Scarlet sets not coming out to a September the fourth. But this week, the band released the highly anticipated track. Song was cut in October in 1974 with Keith Richards, Jimmy Page, both handling guitar duties and traffics Rick Gretch on the base. Pete says. My recollection is that we walked in at the end of a Zeppelin session. They were just leaving and we were booked in next and I believe that Jimi decided to stay. We weren't actually cutting. It is a track was basically just a demo was to get the feel of it, but it came out well over the line up like that. You know, we better be using it. 1975 page told Rolling Stone that Rolling Stone magazine that he thought the track was supposed to be a B side of a stones record. It sounded very similar style and mood to those blonde on blonde tracks. Jimmy said. He was great. Really good. We stayed up all night when down Island Studios where Keith put some reggae guitars over one section. I just put some solos on it. It was eight in the morning and next day before he was able to do that. I remember first, jamming this song with Jimmy and Keith in Ronnie's basement student, Jang said his great session. A new edition of Goat's head soup also features previously unreleased tracks Criss cross and all the rage along with the rare demos and a complete concert, taped at a gig in Belgium in 1973. Stones originally planned on touring American football Stadium this year, But certainly that gonna happen this year anyway. During the down time, they've released a new song called Living in a Ghost Town. The first original songs. He's 2012. So the stones are at it. Interesting, Jimmy Page story. Never heard this one before. No, I like the song though. It's very Yeah, I kind of did, too. Yes, I didn't know if I love seeing old documentaries. We've been watching a lot of stuff about Laurel Canyon and like Ringo was actually really good friends with Mickey Dolenz, the drummer for the Monkeys, which was always a joke that the monkeys were created to be like the American beetles. And so it's it's I like seeing who was actually friends with whom and to see that I never knew Jimmy Page in the Stones ever had any crossover and the fact that he played on the song is really cool. Jimmy Page lives in a house across the street from Murray Gellar's old house in Sonny. And apparently, he's quite noisy in the neighbourhood,
A Decade Of Watching Black People Die
"Family of Kentucky Woman, shot and killed by police is demanding answers. The former, his son both white are accused of killing the unarmed black man again with the breaking news for Minneapolis violent protests raged for a second straight night, following the death of George Floyd after being arrested by a Minneapolis police officer last night, protesters turned their attention to the city's. The last few weeks have been filled with devastating news stories about police killing black people. And what is sick is that these stories have become the kind of news that we in the business call evergreen their stories that are always relevant and always in season, these calamities are so familiar. This point they're details have begun to echo each other July. Twenty fourteen, a cell phone video captured some of Eric Garner's final words as New York City Police officers sat on his head and pinned him to the ground on a city sidewalk. I can't breathe. Or May twenty fifth of this year those same words were spoken by George Floyd. Just before he died, he pleaded for release, as an officer kneeled on his neck in pins of the ground on a Minneapolis City Street, so we're at the point with verbiage, people used to plead for their lives can be re purposed as shorthand for completely different stories and part of our job here coast, which is to conceptualize and make sense of news like this. But genus is hard to come up with something new to say you know things we haven't already said or things we have already recorded protesters saying when we were both in Ferguson in August of twenty fourteen after Michael. Brown was killed by the police or when we were in Baltimore after Freddie Gray's death. I spent the day with junior. High school kids in West. Baltimore where Freddie Gray was from on the first day. Let kids return to school after all the protests and I will never forget the eighth grade boy who raised his hand to ask. Why have white people been killing us in slavery and they're still killing us. He said that on Wednesday April Twenty Ninth Twenty fifteen. Since it's so hard to come up with any fresh insights about this phenomenon. We thought we would look back to another time. When the nation turned collective attention to this perpetual problem. Jamile Smith Senior Writer for Rolling Stone magazine. In when I was at the new republic. wrote an article entitled. What does seeing black men die? Do for you. It was published on April Thirteenth Two Thousand Fifteen. We get to see black men tortured or killed by police a lot more often these days. So, it's worth recalling why a generation ago. It mattered so much to see what happened to Rodney King. Now the story that might never have surfaced if someone hadn't picked up his home video camera. We've all seen. We have certainly seen the black and white photographs and videos depicting police abuse of African Americans. And we'd seen the grainy images of lynchings passed. But the conventional ignorance was that this wasn't the America. We lived in now. Officers beating a man they had just pulled over. This was the early nineties after all. This was in America that viewed law enforcement in the context of the popular reality, show cops, and were Morton Downey Junior tabloid television style made uncensored aggression a form of entertainment. But when George Holidays video surface chuck him with batons of between fifty three and fifty six times signal to a lot of citizens, just how bad police violence visited upon marginalized communities, actually was six kicks and one officer one kick people either didn't know what was happening. or willfully ignorant of it. They needed to wake up. Say The Los. Angeles Police Department has a history of brutality and misconduct that goes back a quarter of a century day. We are not sure that the police is there to protect us. The fear of becoming the next Rodney King is still here. But what has changed is how often we are viewing that fear being realized. Jamal goes on to write that the ubiquity of cell phone cameras and dashboard cameras means this uncensored horror has become available on demand. He says he watched twenty two year old Oscar grant get shot and killed by a police officer on Youtube before it made it to broadcast news. That happened in Oakland in two thousand, nine on New Year's Day. And it really marked the beginning of this grim genre, in which the slain become memorialized as Hashtags Hashtag justice for Oscar grant and remember Walters Gun Eric Harris, Jomo rights videos of them, being killed became public almost back to back in two thousand fifteen. Both men were running away when the shots were fired. Walter Scott Fifty was trying to escape North Charleston police officer Michael slager. Who Shot him eight times in the back? Before planning evidence near his body to support a false account of the incident. Eric Harris was running from a team of Tulsa County deputies when Elderly Insurance Executive Robert Bates. WHO's donations to the SHERIFF'S OFFICE IN MODICUM? Training earned him the title of Reserve Deputy. Shot him dead.
"Today. We're taking a look at a quotes from Joaquin El Chapo Guzman. The once lead of the Sinoloa content in Mexico Gu's Mon- used his crime syndicate to sell billions of dollars worth of drugs. Boys one step ahead of the police. Goose Mon- escaped jail twice bride politicians and shed the blood of allies and foes alike in light of this. It's ironic that the notorious drug lord once said I know one day I will die. I hope it's a natural causes. Guzman allegedly said this to actor Sean Penn. During a secret interview for Rolling Stone Magazine Guzman supposedly wanted a Hollywood film to be written about his life. It's not surprising. Gu's mom believed his life was worthy of the big screen after all his rise in the world of narcotics has been nothing short of cinematic Guzman was introduced to the drug trade early. He was born in. Nineteen fifty seven in La Tuna a rural town in Mexico. Though his claimed to be a simple farmer it's widely believed that he grew opium poppies by nineteen seventy the fifteen year old guzman was farming marijuana alongside his cousins at only five foot six is small stature earned him the nickname. El Chapo which is Mexican slang for shorty dues. Mon- didn't let his ambitions mirror his size in the late. Nineteen Seventy S. He grabbed onto the opportunity to work for Miguel on. Hell sciutto widely known. As the godfather of Mexico's first nationwide drug operation the Guadalajara Cartel Fedex put goose man in charge of smuggling logistics. Who's Mon- proved himself to be a ruthless taskmaster? He went as far as murdering employees. If ever they were late with deliveries this show of strength paid off in spades when feliks was arrested in nineteen eighty nine a thirty two year old. Guzman received a choice piece of the former drug lords territory. With his little slice of North West Mexico secured Guzman's set up his own operation. Everything about the Sinoloa cartel was innovative and Malton. He sets up complex underground tunnels to ferry drugs across the border. Earning him millions of dollars and attention from officials in both the United States and Mexico in nineteen ninety three after the highly publicized death of a Catholic cardinal who was caught in a drugged. Her for the thirty six year-old Guzman was blamed. He was arrested in Guatemala and sentenced to twenty years in prison. However the entire time guzman mom was in jail. He lived like a king. Bribing God's so he could receive conjugal visits on-command then when he got forward in two thousand one. He broke out of prison. Legend states that he snuck count in a laundry cart. Journalists believed that he more likely just salted out his path cleared by the many gods. He bribed in two thousand nine eight years. After breaking out of jail sinoloa cartel was doing better than ever this led to fifty two year-old Guzman landing on Forbes list of the world's richest people the magazine stated that he was personally worth one billion dollars. You didn't get there without a little brutality. To hold onto his empire the drug lord is to have personally tortured and murdered his rivals and even though he was arrested again. By Marines in two thousand fourteen. The stone cold killer escaped once more a little over a year later in July. Two Thousand Fifteen as he got older without ever facing real consequences for his crimes his hubris increased. That's what led him to consent to an interview by Hollywood actor Sean Penn. It's rumored that his communications with pen were traced by Mexican authorities ultimately leading to his capture. Guzman was extradited to the United States. Where he face charges of drug trafficking intend to distribute money laundering and homicide during the Eleven Week. Trial even more disturbing revelations about Guzman surfaced. According to a BBC Article One witness told the court that Guzman had buried demand alive. Another told of a rival NOCCO chief who refused to shake goosebumps hand and paid for it with his life. Court papers also accused him of raping girls as young as the team calling them. His vitamins ultimately Guzman was found. Guilty of ten counts including charges of narcotics trafficking. He was sentenced to life in prison. This means that Guzman likely will die of natural causes just as he wished.
"rolling stone magazine" Discussed on WTVN
"Man bono told Rolling Stone magazine that the song was an anthem of doubt more than an anthem of faith but I know you know me and the entire team at legacy retirement group are keeping the faith strong and alive right now with everything that's going on as overwhelming as it is Greg Kristen in a time like this it's important that we have all the latest details about what's happening with our money and specifically with the money the folks who work with you to at legacy retirement group right now your current clients we are joined by entertaining the chief investment officer and and we appreciate you joining us today making some time for some things are very busy right now thank you for having me I'm never too busy for you we you know we Andrew the the big question on everyone's mind right now with the craziness going on all in the stock market with what's happening with the corona virus in people seeing large declines in in the big picture portfolios across the country you know what should people be doing right now well we have to keep in mind is that investors are not traders and we invest for the long term for the most part and we really want to stick to our investment objectives risk tolerance and time horizon that was put in place from the very beginning so in an event like that what's happening is that there is panic out there and whenever there's panic you're not going to get a good price when you want to sell keep in mind that in this particular instance we can all agree that this is all going to be transitory meaning in our particular model that we have forecast that the virus situation will be basically running a golf course and about six months or so and I believe that most of us can also agreed that if we just basically turn out all the noise not look at your portfolio and then look at your portfolio again towards November the valuations are going to be higher from here so therefore in the short term under the panic situation the markets are very very thin liquidity runs really short so in these times we basically advise our clients to not sell instead of fear and keep invested as strategically planned from the beginning but you know I think it's important for the people that work with us to understand what we've done I handed this to make sure that what's happening in the broad markets isn't what's happening in our portfolios yeah that is a very good point break and thank you for mentioning that for about one to two years ago we have adopted a way of investing to really focus on what are the components and then the batsmen quite folio that will create and be reactionary to volatility to a market volatility and one of the components that Wong and so we have built into our portfolio with components that are so called low beta that consist of fixed income and some managers that are not correlated to the market volatility and also alternative and direct investment that are basically shielded from the market volatility and we balance that with what's called market research component and those are the component that will basically we look to make money when the market are under the normal situation and for the market to also go up and sell market growth and that meant we highlighted and focused on areas that we believe will do well amid a global slowdown so for example for over a year now we haven't held any energy sectors we don't own any commodity sectors except for a big all those travel transport even areas that we believe in a global slowdown are not going to do well that's going to do well it's really focused on innovation technology and companies are going to be consistently do wild not falling under the cyclical pressure and you're one of the things you and I were talking about was the fact that people need to remember I think you just kind of touch on this their original goals but what about the people who are on our clients already who were invested in a way that suited them for pre retirement and into retirement what could they be doing right now what they really could do is to look back and try to understand what their current portfolio means and what kind of level of rest does that card portfolio have and if you cannot get that information out of your adviser then you really have to look toward you know get to another person that can tell you this information because scientifically we have the technology it's nothing new your adviser should be able to tell you what is your standard deviation what is your beta what is your general level of volatility how much rest you have in your portfolio one of the potential downside eccentric Satcher and then you have to compare that to your risk tolerance to really ask yourself am I okay am I going to be able to sleep at night with this level of risk and go from there we you know Andrew recently we had a family and and there are only about a year away from retirement and they were in a twenty thirty finds one of those target date funds but it was it was out a little while a twenty thirty fund and they're gonna need to start drawing from this money within about a year so what should a family like that be doing a twenty thirty fun is probably what about seventy percent stock in about thirty percent bond in that area yeah that is a very a good example of investment that's not aligned with client objectives a twenty thirteen retirement fund is basically calculating the allocation to position the styles that decline will will retire in ten years and when that is the case publicly like you said the investment will have about sixty to seventy percent in equities and that would be a little bit too much risk for a person who's going to retire and and the short term so in that case it's really a cordon to have somebody who's qualified who who has access to the tools to basically do a deep analysis on the portfolio and make recommended changes Andrew I know for us in in our practice were trying not only to keep people safe within their investments were also try to keep them safe from all the things going on with the corona virus and all that that's happening with that people are worried not only about their finances but they're worried about their health and so one of the things so so we want to make sure that people have access to this and they have access to getting the analysis done that they need on their current portfolios so what we've decided to do for the folks that are listening here in our show is we want you to be able to reach out to us we want you to be able or to anyone and get answers to these questions are you in line with your risk are you taking on too much risk where where are things as compared to where you're trying to be and we can do for any of our listeners that want to reach out to us we can do what's called a virtual analysis we can send things out to you electronically we can do a join dot me presentation via computer and we also enacted protocol at our office awhile ago where we can do something called a share file where you can upload the documents securely to us with just the click of a link and you can do it from your cell phone or your computer as well so entry with that being the case who do you think right now should be looking at that who should be the ones that that maybe we should be reaching out for this type of analysis I think the most important group of investors that we really need to re examine their portfolios are the ones that go out are going to retire soon if you're going to need your money within the next five years or so you can't afford to have another downtown and see on Bassman portfolio go down with it doing nothing and hoping for the best in this particular scenario it's not going to help so the sooner you'll actually take action and to start digging and asking some serious questions the better off that you'll be Greg mentioned a virtual analysis earlier we realize that you listening are most focused right now as you should be on keeping your.
"rolling stone magazine" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"To jump into the Monday Night Football broadcast booth that's more broadly by fix twenty four seven but I mean he on branding for Stalin gateway newsradio all the ruckus bus rocky M. and you're counting all the money in your your checking and savings to you say you know what I don't even need to work on this job or sixty eight million dollar jobs typically that's a trait in guys like that make but now that Rome was making seventeen eight eighteen to twenty make sense top paid his brother's not playing anymore so you won't have to be critical of his brother and you're going to jump in with both feet I think you'd be great at a deal if you want does he want to deal with being on the road every weekend right probably not that I will wait and see eight seventeen thanks Brandon Keighley news time our top stories on Colorado's morning news dot co health officials are trying to calm fears after a woman there tested positive for corona viruses aren't surprised we've been expecting US public health departments throughout Colorado or really vigilant health officials say fortunately most people who contract covert nineteen have symptoms similar to those of a common cold at least thirty five people have been quarantined on a cruise ship off the California coast the grand princess has been blocked from docking in San Francisco after a person who disembarked in California after cruise to Mexico died from the flu virus there are more than three thousand passengers on the ship and all will be tested with results back possibly as early as today the W. H. O. the world health organization's director general is urging governments around the globe to keep up with the spreading corona virus outbreak this is not the time to give up this is a time for pulling out all the stops the outbreak has now infected more than ninety eight thousand people in eighty six countries more than thirty three hundred have died including at least fourteen here in the U. S. just hours after senator Elizabeth Warren announced she was dropping out of the presidential race she appeared on M. S. N. B. C. to call out toxic behavior from some Bernie Sanders supporters we're not surprised we've been expecting US public health departments throughout Colorado or really vigilant sorry about that she has not yet announced whether she'll endorse either Sanders or Joe Biden for the democratic nomination here she is we are responsible for the people who claim to be ours supporters there you go and be in similar news Ilan must girlfriend musician Grimes likes Bernie Sanders for president so speaking to Rolling Stone magazine the musicians that both men want to fix environmental.
"rolling stone magazine" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"With doctor in the title will tie in with the coronavirus feel sick you should go see the doctor right number two Robert for the other honorable mentions and we got to get back to it David who's next we got dragged out next day Greg yeah would you think about it Hey I just want to thank our way through the a bird Happy Birthday wishes the other day on Wednesday and I want to thank you very much have meant a lot to work you're welcome great now I'm thinkin so he certainly a doctor by Joanne Hale and then I'm going to dedicate that to my wife Monica well played number five yeah I'll take that every day of the week over Dr feel good that's fine I love them both what you try to bring me down just try to criticize something else David Worrall just buzzing here had a good time rock and roll I was sitting at over the number one asking which child he likes more do no man that those early Van Halen albums yeah he's can't recreate that any what you guys already know this but I'll share the story if you can give me about twenty seconds here okay just for giggles I go back to the original Rolling Stone magazine review of Van Halen too and they shredded and what was the how did they describe Eddie Van Halen stilted distilled to guitar what I don't want to complete and utter idiot right something like that I'm glad that still out there that you can find that should have been name of his first custom guitar the stilted Eddie Van Halen van Gibson okay we only got one left in the top five for songs with doctor the title who's next David let's talk to David Hey David they are very very gentleman Friday David thanks for checking in Hey what's up well hopefully we can fill the slot here first of all can I just say to the Chinese people why didn't you name the virus something else inside coronavirus how about Ching del wires we love to hear I went for white glove virus personally I actually ordered itching doubt Chinese restaurant the other night not knowing that it came from China I hope I don't get the virus I think you're okay buddy not a doctor but I think you're all right yeah I got all the problems no no yeah the old lady in the bed let's go with the rock and roll doctor by the prince of darkness you looked non plussed no I'm fine man is good you like that song does he like twelve that really it's it's not it's not the Black Sabbath song that I would pick right it wouldn't be on my Black Sabbath play list probably yeah not the best but it's okay it's all right I'm here to make people feel good today not bring anybody down right right who's next let's talk to Brian a Bryan Hey happy Friday by I'd say stick it in what you got you know it's got to be one of my favorite albums and I'm just gonna go it's doctor Robert awful revolver Beatles yeah okay do you remember when the Beatles and at one point in their career they kind of did the head shape the beginning yes those revolver that sixty six.
"rolling stone magazine" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"From an album and show called a thousand years of popular music Thompson only one of the greatest guitarists in history corner the Rolling Stone magazine comes out of the folk tradition he's been around for more than fifty years started out with a band called the Fairport Convention then toward with his then why for several years and anyone so yeah singer guitarist songwriter absolutely can I just say Kelly the Britney version you can save your life maybe I can I like as we go out of this segment yeah whatever doesn't okay yeah and or the exact I just over talking about something that's happening again and the original Britney spears song came out in two thousand put it together and you can take a look at regional banks because they're showing the kind of weakness they showed back in two thousand oaks they did it again what I'm talking about in this case is the K. B. W. regional banking index it consists of fifty wonders you comparing that with the S. and P. five hundred and when you do the ratio between the two you find out that it's fallen to the lowest level since September two thousand now you can argue why that might be being given that interest rates have been coming down and you know maybe there is concern about where the businesses had what you can't argue though the this particular indicator is down thirty nine percent from a peak in December twenty sixteen is a big job it is absolutely and so to have that kind of historical perspective is interesting and you know it's funny I saw this posting on the all star charts blog JC parents he was looking at exchange traded funds because there is one on the K. B. W. banking index it as well as of course the S. and P. five hundred but it didn't go back as far the underlying indexes are really more telling when it comes to getting a historical perspective on what we're seeing now how weak the regional banks are in relative terms I mean when we talk about finance we tend to focus on you know the biggest companies the city groups the JP Morgan's near the wells Fargo's of the world that this perspective is is perhaps even more telling in terms of just how the broader banking industry has been doing lately in the short answer is not well at least in stock market terms so they won't know what I'm talking about full sending email I'll get to the chart the explanation goes with it in everything I do going forward the email address is D. Wilson at Bloomberg dot net that's D. Wilson at Bloomberg dot net nice I was get your date tonight teaches that we're gonna go back to two thousand yeah for their set with a twist yeah that was into that with that song from two thousand is that it yeah wow twenty years ago Britney was just a kid yeah absolutely still pretty hot yeah does a good song though I really like the tech we make in the market today it's interesting to see the potential for records to the S. and P. five hundred record for the nasdaq you know and it's another case of resilience and I was talking about and what devices earlier the whole idea that you know the corona viruses going to hurt their business in the shares go up anyway it'll be interesting to see how much more of that sort of thing comes out especially in next week when you get to the retailers because let's face it a lot of their supplies come from China it's not like they're selling their necessarily used sept if you think about a Tiffany for example but just in terms of what the the shut down the factories and so on they need for their supply chain and how may affect business going forward that will be something to watch yeah it's a I mean I still feel like we're not getting a full read on the market impact yeah well iris virus yeah I I do I think there's a lot of fuzzy room here right now because I think until we like until those numbers start to trend in the other direction where we see no new cases on and there is you know you can kind of put some end to it yeah then I think you can start to put numbers final numbers on until that we just don't you know again or maybe it's not going to be until we don't we don't know right I mean when people actually say this was the impact in the first cut you know because well right right but but then right but as investors if you see something has come to an end then you'll be like all right yeah that's over with we know we're gonna get bad numbers right day we know we'll get those the shaker conferees they say right at that things will improve at some point it's just a matter how far down you have to go before that improvement comes and the extent to which it may affect earnings estimates is another piece of the puzzle because you know last time I looked at the S. and P. five hundred for the first quarter in the annals early anticipating half a percent gain so by the end of March we could be in a situation that we were last year with analysts looking for decline and companies having to kind of crawl out of the hole right yeah it's entirely possible they managed to do it three out of four quarters last year but didn't get a whole lot of earnings growth net net out of it all right I was reminded that something you can come time now many blacks once low blacks once the blacks on the blacks funds all right Dave Wilson I we will see you right after the close of trading is only twenty one minutes away for your stock of the day coming up their cars going to join us and talk some names yeah exactly some brand names you'll know them well so we'll get into that just a minute let's get back there to run the national news headlines problem is on that hi Bob hi Carol he praised it repeatedly until he claimed he didn't know.
Andy Gill, guitarist for punk band Gang of Four, has died
"Widely influential British post punk band gang of four announced the death of guitarist Andy gill twenty oh three Rolling Stone magazine called their nineteen seventy nine debut entertainment one of the five hundred greatest albums ever getting a forces deal died after a brief respiratory illness and the deal was sixty four this is ABC
"rolling stone magazine" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM
"Was telling he knew the feeling temporary salt this too shall pass the good the bad fleeting moments of bliss nineteen sixty nine was little more than half over already felt like years one it was already in February Rolling Stone magazine Crown Jimmy performer of the year Taurus followed in England Sweden Denmark West Germany why can't one day on stage at the Denver pop festival the next laying down some new tracks at the record plant York he'd wake up the next day and find yourself at Olympic studios in London there was intense stage studio repeat geography be damned it didn't matter where the gig was or what the opportunity was Jimmy Hendrix in nineteen sixty nine was a man who made the C. jam sessions with Billy Preston with buddy miles with Roland Kirk with Stephen stills with the cats in traffic quick turns in the producer's chair guiding the production of songs and records by other artists like cat mother in there all night news boys tripping balls in Woodstock seeing ghosts Morocco running for his life in Harlem up to no good in Austria blowing minds at the Royal Albert Hall and charming America on the Dick Cavett show during the Dick Cavett interview Jimmy jump from the blur of his present day looked future he talked about a world where music was a vital necessity of life like water and the people would need in order to achieve peace to achieve clarity survive he had with the because he had the music to bring people together to heal them to make sense of themselves in a world that was continuing to make less and less sense every day do we need to he needed the music he needed peace the healing he was no different and despite his outlandish stresses cosmic slop talking futuristic guitars despite all of this Jimmy Hendrix was strangely relatable but despite whatever connections he was making in nineteen sixty nine Jimi Hendrix fell off kilter he was throwing all kinds of stuff at the wall to see what would stick or rather his managers to throwing on behalf of his guitar superstar his manager Michael Jeffery had him playing all over god's cleaners touring nonstop recording in the studio creating new contracts to help pay for other kind Jimmy sat in the backseat Dodge dart tried next to you guys they could be as dumb wondering the number the better honestly he just didn't want to think too hard you mark it was way too late way too early for anything to stimulate his brain size handfuls G. size rolled he let his head slumped against five hello always a the rush was real and all he could think about was getting more he opened his eyes the car was moving fast the car was actually moving plants ahead short stack at the wheel pouring through Restos Manhattan glanced to his side thank you once again what is that done it was in the link you one had appointed street at we're going anywhere anyway he wasn't he wasn't picking up whatever the shot they keep putting down payment link it is time to read the band in the kind.
"rolling stone magazine" Discussed on WGN Radio
"In the skyline studio here until four and two for Tuesday you requested what is that and who requested it so that is transistor sister out by Freddy cannon that's going to is from the six threo now Freddy cannon Freddy boom boom cannon he recorded a song called the svengali stomp first man okay and appeared on the show all right are we we're here we're back Jim Ryan is hanging out with this morning and Tom and Jim and I are playing around of rock of ages music trivia and so far Jim hasn't shown up yeah you guys aren't I it's still within reach it is I have to town has to Jim has zero all right are we ready to get back into it fifties and sixties ready yeah the first edition of Rolling Stone magazine hit the stands in sixty seven with a free clip attached what kind of clip was it with the free clip attached clip yeah the nineteen sixty seven a clip like lego like out of TV show clipper what kind of click on well it was a free clip attached what kind of clip was it clip a paper clip No Way Out of Roach clips okay yeah my get my owner yeah you're gonna have your right I did everything that I did not know that yeah I do know that a Roach clip attached to the first Rolling Stone magazine makes sense a it does make sense yeah here ma'am sixty seven sure okay our time fifty sixties which birds song uses the oldest lyrics of any top ten hit the oldest lyrics of of any top ten hits birds Whaley you really find out.
"rolling stone magazine" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM
"The end of the year actually the end of the decade Rolling Stone magazine what's that I keep forgetting that's the end of the end of the decade yeah talk about that on the line that's right it's an EKG oh my god you know it seems even more strange when you think about it that way it seems like yesterday when we had the change over the flip over to the millennium the new millennium and what was going to happen was everything was going to stop at midnight when the year two thousand light okay why do gay yeah nothing anyway add released magazines put out a list of the best holiday songs that have been released during the last decade to have the top nine why did they give us ten because there's some other rap songs in there that none of us would like editing I see okay so here are the highlights on the list starting with Paul Simon is getting ready for Christmas that came on twenty eleven all the clocks in with something which he did in twenty thirteen called underneath the free is quite a good sign on this the other night country music so now on the C. make Christmas you might if I know the voice did their version of baby it's cold outside yeah right okay also on this this Ariana Grande's December she came out of that twenty fifteen everything she has done the same a good judge of you know she has some Christmas songs that I actually really like this album that came out I think in two thousand fifteen yeah it's old Christmas yeah which I had no idea about until two weeks ago and that the album came out years ago and I saw some article about it that was like the the Christmas album that no one knows about I don't know number.
"rolling stone magazine" Discussed on KIIS 102.7
"List is opening up about her feud with tiny west in a new interview with Rolling Stone magazine next right here on the move. you're on the move the because apple's listing about two thousand I remember when Taylor swift VMA award moment was ruined by Kanye west when he stormed the stage and said that Beyonce had one of the best videos of all time will take us with wishes she never picked up the phone calling you a call to apologize now that decade long feud that she had with with Connie is being broken down now the Taylors opening up with Rolling Stone magazine said that kinda really.
"rolling stone magazine" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM
"This is coast to coast AM with your guest host Richard Serra Hey welcome back this is a song that makes me wish I could dance but I was born with three left feet so what you gonna do the emails are pouring in and thank you very much regarding Bobbie gentry a someone emailed me I think it was from an article from Rolling Stone magazine which basically said Bobby retired after a song in nineteen seventy eight that should recorded I think it was cold steel away it failed to chart and so I guess she was discouraged and decided to to hang them up at that point and she now resides in a in a suburb of us of Memphis Tennessee so Bobby if you're out there listening come on back we miss you all right NASA's Mars reconnaissance orbiter has captured a stunning image of an avalanche near the North Pole of Mars during springtime warmth from the sun shines on the north polar layer deposits and destabilizes the ice causing blocks to break loose the block stack up clouds of varying color dust as they tumble down the sixteen hundred foot cliff face and again the Mars reconnaissance orbiter orbiter captured a similar avalanche on February nineteenth two thousand and eight and you can see some amazing images of the coast to coast AM dot com website just go to the highlights carousel and that's where lex loan who this place that for your viewing and reading pleasure all right more of my conversation with Michael H. brown as we talk about the strangest things and strange phenomena we'll talk about James dean's cursed car and will also take some phone calls stick with us right here on coast to coast AM. gosh waking up over and over to P. is not okay.
"rolling stone magazine" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"And air hello Harry styles use shirtless and smiling on the cover of the latest edition of Rolling Stone magazine and that many people are excited at this site a lot of people commenting Harry styles is the most gorgeous man in the blinking world and nobody can change my mind my eyes are blessed commented another and someone else wrote I've died and gone to to have it now you wide ranging with Harry styles pieces of that it will go into sex psychedelics and the secrets of stardom wow I mean I will listen here's what I want to know is stunned by first of all like I get it he's for some people happy but what I want to hear about his relationship with Taylor swift yes from his perspective yes you mean that it was probably kind of yeah I think release for safely public relationship for sure and that's what I want to hear about there too hot to go into the publication ship explanation right now Taylor swift has an album coming out on Friday that is allegedly all about her love between herself and Joe all that yeah whatever the copy is heading back to the today show next month as she announced that September third is going to be her return date to the NBC morning show after going on maternity leave in a brawl she said she's coming back to work she said she was very excited and she adopted her daughter hope Catherine this spring and she said she's been having the best summer of her life I'm telling you those early days with a little baby I in retrospect were amazing in reality at the time are very difficult but the memories of them are wonderful so I'm glad that she was making those awesome memories yes and finally it want to mention that Katharine McPhee she is talking about taking David Foster flat she got married here is what Katharine McPhee tells Entertainment Tonight she said always we've been away since we've been married she said I just love the ring of it taking the last name foster so enjoying it and she said that she decided to take the name of David Foster because it's romantic and I've always liked the idea that it's still a traditional thing that exists in our society you talking about this a little bit later yeah I was gonna say you might want to do some reading about why people do that that's a tradition I mean listen I took my husband's last name I'm not judging but maybe have a little more of an informed opinion and then it's it's romance all can we might be visiting her in a certain set of today's program is it's with the D. and ends with a bad back all right that's all the third this hour for more check out my talk one of seven one dot com or download the my talk out if there is some dirt thank you I talked to alert at the top of every hour and eight twenty twelve twenty and five twenty on my top one of seven one.
Harry Styles Is Shirtless on the New Cover of 'Rolling Stone'
"Hello Harry styles use shirtless and smiling on the cover of the latest edition of Rolling Stone magazine and that many people are excited at this site a lot of people commenting Harry styles is the most gorgeous man in the blinking world and nobody can change my mind my eyes are blessed commented another and someone else wrote I've died and gone to to have it now you wide ranging with Harry styles pieces of that it will go into sex psychedelics and the secrets of stardom wow I mean I will listen here's what I want to know is stunned by first of all like I get it he's for some people happy but what I want to hear about his relationship with Taylor swift yes from his perspective yes you mean that it was probably kind of yeah I think release for safely public relationship for sure and that's what I want to hear about there too hot to go into the publication ship explanation right now Taylor swift has an album coming out on Friday that is allegedly all about her love between herself and Joe all that yeah
"rolling stone magazine" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Sylvester Stallone sly and the family stone three thirty in the morning on this day August sixteenth fifty years ago at Woodstock what aid band was impaired don't know if it ever happened but I can envision when Maurice whiten verdienen white was sit around get ready to start their first band earth wind and fire you know what we ought to do we are just take the funk live going around today and then laid over what's line of family stone would have done if I call them the original are twin and fire for me on my top one hundred list of bands ever I've got him at number eighteen why because we all know if it's not your list the list is wrong Rolling Stone magazine has them at number forty three in their top one hundred dance to the music everyday people saying a simple song stand I wanna take you higher everybody's a star family affair if you want me to stay the list goes on and on and on what a great band three thirty in the morning I guess some people are sleeping through that now we know that they were going to be able to sleep through the next act even if they wanted to because the fans that Max president last night New Hampshire says his registration to succeed in making America great again yeah unveiled a new campaign hat this one reads keep America great as expected took some pot shots of his democratic rivals talk about business namely the economy and gun control may just pitch to keep his job president maintain he must be re elected to preserve our strong economy if for some reason I.
"rolling stone magazine" Discussed on KCRW
"A fan wrote a letter to Rolling Stone magazine who is advocating for one of his favorite he wrote one of the most important female bands in American rock has been buried without a trace and that this family they were one of the finest in rock bands of their time in about nineteen seventy three their extraordinary they wrote everything the place like mother they were just colossal and wonderful and nobody's ever mentioned there is important as anybody else who's ever been ever just wasn't their time with live a five **** and I will feel that my work is done fan the David Bowie I'm just a hopper and from KCRW this is lost in this episode it's all about family I think the first time I remember here at I didn't hear about Fannie around about family and they were just in a list of all female bands are female fronted bands that was just a list and bikini kill number two the YouTube algorithm brought them to me this is still on top of Rupert she's a writer based in Los Angeles I was just looking for stuff to DJ at ninety day night and they came up and it was a cover with a baby doll like LP cover with the baby doll and it had sparkly star sunglasses on and bright pink lipstick and terrified about image so I clicked play this is a band that was at the absolute vanguard in so many ways **** where the first all female rock band signed to major label they wrote and recorded their songs at a time when few women did or rather were allowed to they were teenagers they immigrated to America only a decade earlier they were young women of color leading a successful band they were doing something very few women did in nineteen sixty eight or seventy one or nineteen seventy three and in the world they were in in rock and roll **** were the first and often only what they work all this made the band's perspective an identity unique but some people thought it just made the band a novelty back then intersectional he wasn't really something many people talked about around popular music certainly not the way we do now and also it's not exactly how the sisters in the band think about it in their minds they were girls living a rock roll fairy tale unlike many fairy tales this one starts in a castle on top of the hell this is the true story of family from Dylan topper report to get to **** hill of Sunset Boulevard at Marmont lane after a couple of winding blocks of sloping mansions it dead ends.
A Sneak Peak of Elton John's 'Rocketman'
"A sneak peek of rocket man, which opens visit open tomorrow or next weekend next next weekend. If you could double check that anyway, rocket man, we can say, jukebox movies are here. Bohemian rhapsody turned out to be the bellwether. Ding, ding, ding, money it made. And we get racket man, which is the Elton John. Jukebox Moos movie. But it is. It was so good. You guys. It's tomorrow. Okay. Fun was so good. And you know what I think the thing I took away. You know, John is a fifty year career. And you we he's kind of under appreciate how much of the soundtrack of everybody's life says, like for a lot of younger people, they didn't know who Elton John was really until Princess Diana died, and they hurt his candle in the wind song. But the Terron Eggerton is the, the actual plays Elton John. He's basically I agree with Rolling Stone magazine. Peter Travers said that Taron Egerton is the lady Gaga and the bread, the Cooper roll together all in one in this movie allow. Because you see Elton. We see him as a child prodigy. We see them young and we don't realize all the music that we hear the stories kind of told through song. Okay. But all the music that we hear his most famous hits were written, like in the span of about seven years, and he went from just being as Donnie told Chester day like this session piano, because he was like, really a great musician. He meets Bernie topping who's not a romantic relationship. They're dear friends played. Amazingly gorgeous leave. Well by Jamie bell, the little boy from Billy Elliot Bernie Taupin, and then but tyranny Agar ten is just he's flamboyant. He's hard he sweet in the we've talked about Tate. Donovan is in it. He plays the charismatic longtime manager manager and owner of the troubadour. And as always scouting England to bring axe to the tuber door to show off to the Hollywood kids, how interesting it costs to me, much like in bohemian, rhapsody, the custom designer recreates, because at the end of the movie stay for the credits because they show side by side of Taron Eggerton. Like, in the first outfit, he wore at the troubadour would Elton war Madison Square Garden, this performance they show side by side. But. It was it was how unappreciated Elton John is for like, what he's done like his. There wasn't a drug. He didn't do there wasn't a kind of decadent hedonism. He still loves to shop. That's like really his only basically doing all those drugs and surviving, but yeah, kind of kind of them. What he's also done in how immensely talented Elton John and Bernie, top and were together as songwriters Bernie top. And he's the lyricist. And then L Tim would come up with the metal melody in top would just give him Lear s and he would hear it in his ears. And I know you don't like the song crocodile rock, but that is the song that blasted him into the stratosphere in the US. And I guess the way they show it in the movie. When you see it, and how it starts, and how radically different. It was from anything. That was on the radio. You can't help but fall in love with that song again, for when you remember the first time you heard that opening chord. And at first people were just like, who is this weird looking English guy with the wacky outfit? He had suspenders on and like a star shirt. It was like nineteen seventy two and these wacky glasses. But, you know, just starts out kind of this melodic piano thing. And then all of a sudden it crashes into this amazing kind of rock song, about remember when you're young and just getting in trouble and causing, you know, having so much fun and the crowd just went nuts. And it was it was just really, really good. I think are going to enjoy it, Danny you should play because he's on the phone. He's talking to him probably about, like they saw John in nineteen seventy. Somebody about nineteen seventy actually the trooper. Okay. Was that the Kazini came out with the album that I think we sat transfixed a your family. Which later was the double album and every son had headed different font in a different color. And we'd sit there and my sister, Gina got it. And we'd just sit there and read and sing. Yeah. I think, you know, I think there's like a dozen songs that we hear in the movie, and the movies kind of told through those songs. But his it go from just the seventies or is it a collective of his life to now? Well, it, it ends at a certain point. And then it has, like it ends at a certain point in his life. And then it has, you know, it gives you an update on what's going on. But it gives you. Yeah, it probably gives you like maybe twenty bright Bryce Dallas. Howard is his mom. And she was just really awful. Remember, I told you this story? They weren't talking on her ninetieth birthday. Yes. I'm she didn't Elton John impersonators birthday party. She told him we, you know, she knew he was gay, but she was very dismissive of him being gay, and basically, always, let him know he'd never really beloved which was the source of a lot of his pain, and, oh, my gosh. Is there a hot you guys wolf wolf wolf? We Kellyanne t there is an amazingly, great hot sex scene, a yeah, I wanted to just go go down lower camera pan down. It was it was, it was steaming at Elton John and the guy who kind it will become his manager, who thinks he's in. They are in love, but he's played by Richard man, rod stark in the guy from bodyguards. Yes. And the seventies fashion is just everything. And you really do see some decadence and I dunno. It was he loved it. I just I, I loved it and, and reginal Dwight you know, had a bleak, childhood. I heard his dad was a piece of work. Oh my God. Who's reginal white bright, his Elton John's ain't? Yeah. Yes. Okay. God. When we yeah, that was his real name, John, John comes from a Long, John Baldry blues musician, read a lot of influence on him and the other Elton comes from his friend Elton. Dean, dean. Yeah. And you see that in the movie he says, I'm taking
"rolling stone magazine" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"And it's Rolling Stone magazine. Not sure why they did this. But. This is just a priceless. This is a oh see in the video. And then we'll get the Nancy Pelosi. And you know, you've heard a lot of criticism of her and their jokes about her and things like that. But just listen to what she says if I had to say something to Trump, I probably wouldn't say anything because I don't think that. It's worth the extra attention. I wouldn't say anything to Trump because I don't think it's worth the extra attention. And there was a long pause there should figure out what she was going to say. Now, if you're a congressman and you're trying to make a difference. And you think maybe you've got some clout, you gotta voice behind you. I mean, you are a oh see now, you're the acronym. Now, you're the icon. You're not gonna talk to the president is not going to talk to the president. That's really smart approach really smart approach, but Nancy Pelosi. Here's what she had to say. Mr President do the country favor. Don't run. Mr President do the country a favor don't run, let's a mature approach. Let's hear that one again since it's two seconds. Mr President do the country favor. Don't run. I mean. Whatever if you don't think that that is galvanizing. The support of the president from his base. And independence are looking at all of the shenanigans. And wondering what the heck is going on. You had the commander in chief in North Korea. Making it attempt at world peace. By attempting to denuclearize North Korea, which has been a menace for decades. But you schedule the hearing trash the president scripted, and we're going to get into to some of the content there. But you know, if the Democrats have have ever shown that they've put party ahead of country. They democratic leadership clearly clearly show that this week. It just boggles my mind to attempt to destroy the commander in chief when he's in nuclear negotiations and everybody knows that that hearing easily could have been scheduled on another day. But no, well, let's let's brightened things up a little bit CPAC is in town this weekend. And of course, that is the conservative political action conference huge event, it's at the Gaylord national harbor, and what strikes me about CPAC is the young people the youth and the energy and excitement behind the conservative movement each year at CPAC and vice president Pence was there yesterday. It's the greatest honor my life to serve as vice president to a president who gets up every day and fights to keep the promises that he made to the American people. I mean think about. This president promised to get this economy moving again and working with Republican majorities in the congress.
"rolling stone magazine" Discussed on KGO 810
"But if you use them off label, you may significantly delay your raging and we get together face to face, we meet people, and that's much different than how communications occur nowadays. And I said that church up so that people could get together and exchange information and an open forum. So we could figure out quicker how we can live longer. I don't want to belabor this point. But I am fascinated by the fact that this church of perpetual life because you know, many of your members there. One of the principal tenant of their faith. Is that there is an afterlife. And that we should look forward to that. You can't if you love this life. You'll lose it in the next sort of thing. That's a bit of a paradox. Doesn't contrast. It all those who have a belief in an afterlife can retain their beliefs. We're simply advancing science. So people can live longer if we achieve immortality. And you don't wanna hang around. There are always options to check out. I don't think I'll ever use those options. I'll probably just stay around indefinitely. If I'm able to that people don't have to. How does? What you're doing differ from the trans humanist movement in this of the philosophy people. Like Ray kurzweil, doesn't we're really a trans human his church since the trans human is technology has yet to emerge to enable people to live forever. We have to deal with biology, which is regrettable. It's not gonna be as efficient as a trans humanist supercomputers were remerged into them and literally live forever. So we deal with our biological bodies. And we intervene with biologics. So that we can prevent disease delay aging and reverse it whenever possible. So no, no real difference. Just trans humanism is looking at your two thousand fifty well, I won't be alive at two thousand fifty if something aggressive is not done to intervene into my aging process. And I'm doing that I'm taking a lot of off label medications people see what I'm taking they think I'm dying of cancer and every diseases existed. Well, these drugs if you properly can have benefits Bill, I gotta jump in. We'll take a quick time out come back and discuss further the beastie boys' you gotta fight for your right to party. They are the. Biggest-selling rap band in the world. Check out their new beastie, boys. Book named one of the best books of last year by Rolling Stone magazine. More with Bill Falloon on immortality right here on coast to coast AM..
"rolling stone magazine" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Once a month where we have respected scientists command and talk, and I normally follow up with some updates in our various human age reversal research projects at any given time. We have several studies going where we're trying drugs like metformin, another drug called data to nab a drug called rapamycin, many many medications that you wouldn't want to take the way the FDA tells you to take them. But if you use them off label, you may significantly delay your rate of aging, and we get together face to face, we meet people, and that's much different than how communications occur nowadays. And I said that church up so that people could get together and exchange information and an open forum. So we could figure out quicker how we can live longer. I don't want to belabor this point. But I'm fascinated by the fact that this church of perpetual life because you know, many of your members there. One of the principal tenant of their faith. Is that there is an afterlife. And that we sort of should look forward to that. You can't if you love this life. You'll lose it in the next sort of thing. So that's a bit of a paradox. Doesn't contrast at all those who have a belief in an afterlife can retain their belief. We're simply advancing science. So people can live longer if we achieve in mortality and you'll want to hang around. There are always options to check out. I don't think I'll ever use those options. I'll probably just stay around indefinitely. If I'm able to that people don't have to. How does? What you're doing differ from the trans humanist movement in some of the philosophy people like kurzweil doesn't. We're really trans Shuman is church since the trans human is technology has yet to emerge to enable people to live forever. We have to deal with biology, which is regrettable. It's not gonna be as efficient as the trans humanist supercomputers where we merge into them and literally live forever. So we deal with our biological bodies. And we intervene with biologics so that we can prevent disease lay aging and reverse it whenever possible. So no, no real difference. Transhumance system is looking at your two thousand fifty well, I won't be alive at two thousand fifty if something aggressive is not done to intervene into my aging process. And I'm doing that I'm taking a lot of off label medications people see what I'm taking they think I'm dying of cancer and every diseases existed. Well, these drugs if you properly can have benefits. All right Bill. I gotta jump in. We'll take a quick time. Come back and discuss further, the beastie boys' you gotta fight for your right to party. They are the. Biggest-selling rap band in the world. Check out their new beastie, boys. Book named one of the best books. Have last year by Rolling Stone magazine, more with Bill Falloon on immortality right here and coast to coast AM..
'America's Toughest Sheriff' sues CNN, others for $300 Million
"And the man who once called himself America's toughest sheriff is suing several news outlets and media figures a complaint filed by former Maricopa County sheriff Joe Arpaio in federal court in DC is seeking over three hundred million dollars naming CNN and its president and others as well as the Huffington Post and Rolling Stone magazine saying they labeled are pie was a felon.
Everything you wanted to know about money in 30 seconds
"This Business Rockstars weird to inspire inform and connect a community of entrepreneurs. Joining us right now is Tina, hey, the CEO and founder of napkin finance. It's a pleasure to have you on the show. Thank you. So what's your company do napkin, finance so napkin finances, everything about money in thirty seconds or less wall break down for us, thirty seconds or less? What is it? So we make complex topics. Simple. And we target a millennial audience, basically where pot for him for understanding complex financial topics that you may have never learned in school or from your family, your parents. Okay. So gimme a practical. And I don't know. Oh. What are some of these things break it down for me on your website? Napkins are the foundation of our site. Basically napkins we have virtual napkins where we fake down topics visually. And so the way things started is actually, I'm a visual learner. I was sitting in business school with bankers and consultants, and I had a liberal arts background, and I worked in film, and technology. And so I've always thought visually about different complex topics and most people are visual thinkers, it's a classic concept. Einstein davinci. Mozart all of them were visual thinkers, and that basically was the inspiration behind napkin, finance, and so we sketch out and Ella street different topics everything from compound interest to ET apps tax taxes insurance, whatever it is that's relevant to people and interesting. How did you come up with this as a business model for your company? I feel like a lot of the idea in the shower they have a problem in their life that they out of a need and desire to solve credit company. What was it for you? So it actually happened by accident. It started as these sketches for financial literacy part of the plot from that we developed and we saw that the napkin finance segment actually took off and people loved it. And we get phone calls all the time just buying napkins virtual napkins. Yes. Virtual napkins, even real happy. We have real napkins now that we print out. But basically, we have such demand for these kids because people want to see things simplified, and I think money and finances really intimidating for most people. So we've connected in that respect five having these napkins explained different topics. So now, we have napkins we have videos, we have other content. We also have a WGN glossary that's kind of an urban dictionary for finance and a podcast coming out. So we built our platform to basically encompass everything that's related to money and personal finance. So what a digital napkin? I have no idea. What that is. So it's basically a topic drawn out. Through illustrations of bit different financial topics depending on what your swipe through these napkins right through the napkins. You can actually have physical ones as well. Now, we started printing them out for our users. But these napkins are just just start to kind of grow and be more interested in different topics, and then go into the videos, and the glossary and uses as a resource and just kind of a way to learn about anything that's important to you at at different stages in your life. What did you do before this leads you into this for you and finance before this? I wasn't finance briefly. But I've always been in technology, and I've I love the startup world. I've had two other start ups before this. So I find that I'm really excited about starting things and building ideas. And so this has been a lot of fun for me, not only because the companies during law, but because it's really helping people, and it's really been fantastic to see the influence our content house on people. We get emails and calls all the time. The people saying that it's changing their lives parents are using it for their kids. So it's really inspiring for us and really fantastic for our whole team to see this happening. So what were the other two companies you had to companies before this one? What were they? So the first one was called city tripping. It was a lifestyle channel for everything in different cities. And we also published city guides L A, New York, and we're growing, and we also had city guides. We were called the younger, hip or city searched by Rolling Stone magazine. And so we grew and we actually grew into a publishing company as well. The last company I had was Tottenham test group, which was an outsourced HR business where we do background searches and drug testing for small medium sized businesses. Very different than what I'm doing now. Yeah. You've been all over the place. What's been something on your journey? That was a season of adversity. I feel like either you have been in one you are and one or you will be in one at some point in your life. Can you take back to a story in your life or your business or you just hit one of those seasons of adversity where you felt like giving up? I mean, there are so many. But. At least for the people that haven't started yet. I call it a roller coaster because literally every day you have something that can come up, and it often does that can really make you question. Everything you're you're the entire company and how your future, but along the way you also have kind of the ups and downs. So I think that the most challenging thing is not what you do like with one instance. It's just always continuing to kind of. Move push forward. And look to like the next step because nothing really will really break down the company in the big picture. It's just these things that seem like they're the the biggest issues at the time.
African swine fever: China marks new front in battle against deadly disease
"App today a. Duet between two of music's most well-known voices has been found more than forty five years. After it, was first recorded Carly Simon and Mick Jagger famously got together in nineteen seventy-two with Jagger lane down some. Background vocals on. Silence hit you're so vain but it appears the pair also. Got together on another track it was found recently on a table, and by Rolling Stones collector Matt Lee, believed to be named fragile at least according. To Rolling Stones fan websites the song is slow love ballad that has Jagger and Simon. Together at a piano singing Simon spoke about the lost wet with Rolling Stone, magazine about two years ago saying the tape of. The recording of lost redecorate she says it came out of a little back and forth of the piano for about an hour Jagger does most of the singing with Simon adding some harmonies would it ends a female voice believed to be Simon's, gasps
"Black Panther" No. 1 at the box office for fourth weekend
"In downtown seattle it's forty one komo news time eight twenty six said the box office oprah could not beat black panther we heard a cry out in the universe a below expectations opening her wrinkle in time an estimated thirty three point three million bucks meaning it finished second to black panther which notches its fourth straight weekend number one worldwide black panther also top the billion dollar mark the first film to do so since two thousand fifteen star wars the force awakens other new releases the horror films strangers to open in third the hurricane heist in aid and gringo and eleven jason nathanson abc news hollywood country music star tim mcgraw collapsed on stage during a performance last night in dublin ireland rolling stone magazine reports on this and says that his wife singer faith hill is seen on a video on offense instagram page saying he's been super dehydrated i apologise but i made the decision that he cannot come back out on stage mcgraw's representatives issued a statement saying mcgraw was attended to by local medical staff on site and is going to.