19 Burst results for "Sabella"

"sabella" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

10:09 min | 3 months ago

"sabella" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Five week nights it is seven seventeen right now and here's Jen Sabella from block club Chicago with extremely local news starting off with the Chicago's small business folks and they're going through some trying times now our day Jen they are good morning Bob we are required me to bloom and Hannah Lani just started hearing from people honestly in the last week or so who found out that the federal payment Hey check protection program had run out of money and they didn't get any so all these stories that been out I'm sure if you guys ever reported on big chains like pot belly and Ruth Chris steak house getting million meanwhile a lot of small businesses in Chicago fight for the program have not received any money and frankly they don't know how they're going to be able to survive much more we're actually working on a follow up to the story today checking in further away like different city programs that have been rolled out to help small business says the problem is there's just so many the city announced this week that they gave a hundred twenty four grand two dozen in the city but as we all know that the drop in the bucket tens of thousands of businesses that risk up permanent closure frankly unit that credit Irish shut down are they optimistic about the the government getting some more money to them soon possibly possibly approving a bill this week I you know the the people that we talked to a lot of them are restaurant owners and over time a lot of rationalism and saying we really think that there needs to be a program just for restaurants there just because the industry has been so heck harder than a lot of other industries diet the crime fire shut down but yet the more optimistic about mark the March a little bit of confusion over filing saying you know Hey yeah we had a little late because it was confusing we didn't have anyone to help us with the application meanwhile like the bigger places like shake shack which actually returns ten million dollars yesterday they have lawyers they have accountants all these people come in and and properly fill out these forms for them and get our foot in the door where as you know there's a place called cookies based in west town and you know it's it's one person and she had a staff of eight at one at one time and keep making cakes for offense and all those events are canceled so she's you know try to make it work with Kerry out but yeah everyone's trying to be creative but even all the take out revenue is just not covering their cost and they're still paying their employees during take out while you know being hit hard by the diamond band yeah and what about all those other independent small business mom and pop places hair salons clothing stores and boutiques I mean it it's it's massive business it is a friend of mine actually she owns a boutique in west town called dove tail and that you know this actually got me to build my website does a lot of it to stop so it wouldn't make sense for her to do I think before because you know she gets one piece of something and that it held out but she just you know curating website every day putting up all the new stuff it is itself updating the site she doing it from our place in uptown same there's a printer place I love call as well they also have like textiles and clothes and jewelry our local stuff and they are doing the same thing that kind of curating cozy that up on their Instagram account and I'm trying to get people to buy blanket your home anyway I don't that's all you can do I mean go online everybody is these days well if there's some good news from the south side talk about what the seventh graders do engine well he really sweet mate then he is a seventh grader at Thomas the apostle greater grand crossing and he and his mom just started selling masks mostly for family members to work in a financial jobs but did not have access to mass so he better because then worked at the juvenile facility in the city the county juvenile detention center and he didn't because he didn't have a mask so yes he did not know how to so and his mom like they found patterns online and they got fabric and they have been yep cranking out masks they've done more than four hundred already been given the Chicago police department the cook county juvenile detention banner and nurses at area health care stunner they also created these little snack boxes with trail mix goldfish crackers birth control workers and emergency room workers and it's personal for this family has lost his great great aunts and his great cute coronavirus and his great uncle is currently recovering from the virus so you know he's he you know how bad it can be and he's already lost someone in the family and want to make sure those people who do have to keep going to work every day ours at least somewhat protected yeah that is a sweet story and and I and I can't believe this story at Edgewater how is this possible that a restaurant actually just opened and they're doing well let's go yeah I'll it's wild we heard about this these two guys they have been cooking in the kitchen and the long room which the bar in lake view it it you know it's kind of a hole in the wall but you go in there they really good food on tap always a cold beer in ballet and Dave do shaft highland gem they've been serving up their burgers and grilled cheese sandwiches and preteen in that bar for years and they decided a while back to branch out on their own and they did it with the coronavirus timing so they they actually they pick the place up at the one hundred north Broadway in water and they brought on a institution in Milwaukee called honey pie cafe I don't know if you've been there Bob but it is a major banking at a little cafe and diner in Milwaukee Wisconsin and they were herded them Q. open a cafe alongside their restaurant so the word got out online that they were opening on Friday and they completely sold out of the three days in a row Friday Saturday Sunday they completely sold out of food they're just doing take out service not even delivery and other states all out so they just decided to go through that they're like you know we were set up to open for paying rent on the place and everything was good to go we have a staff in place so we're just gonna start making food and the neighborhood apparently loves it yeah and so on how did you get so hot so quick just from neighborhood people yes so the neighbor people are huge I'm honey pie has a cult following I know I go there every time you walk walkie so I'm pretty excited about going up and getting in place the pie one of these days and the beard and Burger King valley team that previously were that long room they had a cult following Q. people would go there for their burgers and their poutine so I think they just had a thanks to we lose Jan there I think she was about to say they just had a a great following sixty one fifty five north Broadway I'll definitely have to check that out all right well we'll talk to the folks of black love Chicago Jen Sabella and company again tomorrow this is this is something that we now have to worry about Americans are placing themselves in their rush to fight the virus this was bound to happen I gotta ask Lou man for Deeney Mister fix it about this when we talk to him on Friday morning poisonings related to cleaners and disinfectants surged in the United States last month as the pandemic spurred haphazard rush to disinfect everything calls to state and local poison control centers tied to cleaners and disinfectants rose twenty percent in the first quarter Korean numbers from the United States centers for disease control and prevention complaints include shortness of breath from inhalation and dizziness and vomiting from ingestion according to the CDC calls to poison centers increased sharply at the beginning of March for exposures to both cleaners and disinfectants well the increase affected all age groups children under five were disproportionately impacted one adult woman described in the report developed breathing difficulties and wheezing after filling her sync with ten percent bleach solution also vinegar and hot water all she did that's a soaker produce ten percent bleach along with vinegar and hot water that led to a noxious odor and then an ambulance ride to the emergency room to get oxygen the woman improved after a few hours in another case a preschool age child swallowed an unknown amount of ethanol based hand sanitizer she got dizzy fell and hit her head was taken to the E. R. her blood alcohol level was more than three times the legal limit for driving in most states she did recover after two days in the hospital to prevent chemical exposures users should always read and follow the directions on the label use only water at room temperature for dilution.

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How Sage Revitalizes Agriculture Near Cities

Edible-Alphaâ„¢ Podcast

14:49 min | 1 year ago

How Sage Revitalizes Agriculture Near Cities

"Name is sabella. Krause and i am the the president and founder of an organization called sage sustainable agriculture education and really there's another e. on the end enterprise because what what how we describe ourselves as an entrepreneurial nonprofit we work both on our own projects that we developed and we work in <hes> as saba to other farms but a basic mission is to revitalize agricultural places new cities and foster vital dole food systems that connect urban and rural communities and we work in a number of scales we work at the regional scale fru frameworks that we develop and and are invited to partner on and then we also work on the ground on specific projects exit the level of developing agricultural parks helping to develop wholesale food centers and that kind of thing and we work sort of inbetween sub-regional scales gales and basic approach developed what we say big vision ideas and implement them on the ground to collaboration with lots of different kinds of stakeholders yeah and you and i we were we were this. I met you when we were both wallace. <hes> sandra fellows and and <hes> last year and one of the things that just was so impressive to me about you and your work is your ability to look at this very large scale i think i i think there aren't a lot of people i run into. Who have that ability. I think there are a lot of people thinking about food systems on a bigger scale sale. I find what happens is that sometimes that focus can be on two wins of the food supply chain it can be on issues around agricultural of farmland protection <hes> access for new farmers and beginning farmers all the way to the other side where there are issues of food security thirty and food access both hugely important issues but what sometimes gets much less attention paid to it is the business of food food which is the whole supply chain which i know you worked very closely on <hes> <hes> in between <hes> the production part and then the end-consumer part and <hes> i think you know i think the basic idea is food certainly even in the bay area the foodie conscious area food gets really taken for granted the whole food agricultural system. I should say get sort of taken for granted so one way to try to draw greater attention to it is to say well. Some of our issues and approaches could solve other problems or help help implement other objectives <hes> now just give you a couple of examples in the city of san jose where we work closely they <hes> you know have major goals have diverse economic development and authenticity and that sort of thing <hes> but you you know there is a sense sometimes that in the rush for everyone to make such a focus on technology they've kind of gotten about some of the routes as being one of the major age of fruit production regions in the country and so that feels part of the past but in fact do reports we do such as the san jose food works we point out that their food system or food sectors actually make huge contributions visions economically to a lot of different goals to the diverse economic development goals cost of authencity mean santa's as the city which is the sticks most diverse i in the country <hes> but again that's sort of hidden in place plain sight so we try to elevate <hes> what both those assets are what they what the needs are so the city in this instance that the city scale looks at more closely what kind of investments a needed in across the food sectors to help realise other broader city goals and doing the same thing regionally as we're looking at <hes> regional resilience <hes> in the face of both natural disaster other a longer time impacts as we're looking at a long term land on usa transportation plan. We're saying not just where food and agriculture should be. She should fit in but how they too can be part of the solution the other things. The region is grappling with right so if i if i. I don't know if i'm correct in saying this but it it it seems to me like you you when when you say elevate you do you look at data and help people understand the landscape as it exists right now using the data and then you're making helping people will make the connections back to as you said economic development activities writes that it is injustice data about local food systems. It has connections to economic activity in the community absolutely <hes> i mean you know you one. <hes> one little example is is talking. We simply to a produce wholesaler <hes> in again in the city of san jose essay and <hes> they were saying you know the city doesn't really care about us. We just service hundreds of food trucks and of course in san jose like in many cities. The whole idea of the food truck culture is hugely important in defining public spaces and who people are and kind of diversity of culinary choices but again those food trucks depend on having a commissary places to get where they can get do. They're cleaning and places. This is where they can get their food supplies. So in the you need to help sometimes draw the attention of cities to the fact that the food truck doc doesn't materialize in the plaza at eleven thirty a m but it also is part of a set of infrastructure <hes> need need that that attention is needed for i mean and especially i would think in in places like san jose where <hes> real estate. I'm assuming is super. Expensive and lease rates would be expensive and so it's gonna take a bit of effort on the part of the city to make sure that add some of these infrastructure you know like like a distribution harbor something can can happen right to support things like food trucks it is it is really a challenge because there is definitely a kind of a a practice i would say the highest and best use scher <hes> across across the board and and obviously food as far less elastic are for less much more in the last crisis and a a lot of other tech kind of manufacturing and that sort of thing <hes> yeah so. It's a bit tough because <hes> you know where is the intervention. Come i mean the developers are need incentives or they need programs to try to to even begin to entertain. I mean this sort of idea and i'll give you another example. <hes> the city recently sort of put up for an exploratory exploratory are f._p._u. Request for qualifications advocation is really a site but one of the one of the requirements of the program for this one hundred and sixty acre site in an industrial part of san jose was a that housing was not to be part of the development and be that the jobs needed to be geared to people who didn't necessarily have college applic- <hes> <hes> college degrees and so that right away by putting out a program like that that against narrowed the scope and in fact some of the proposals is that were developed for that absolutely included a wide range of agricultural production the focus on indo farming and that sort of thing and agricultural processing agricultural <hes>. I mean food processing food distribution and also room due to look about this in a new way room room for agricultural r._n._d. Food are he. <hes> you know i was at a little at a meeting earlier this week. It kind of a food hack affonso valet always there are i mean dozens and dozens of firms popping up every i don't know quarter i should say looking at some new innovation in supply chain or new food production new vegan or new plant based proteins and new robotics and but you know a different kind of <hes> i and different platforms and so <hes> you know that that is a whole cluster of businesses so <hes> the attention needs to be paid to you know the idea that you could couple that future looking <hes> food development around. Maybe what's more traditional food distribution. I think is really exciting notion. It is and i think it's ah i love the food hack thon. I love that idea like food hack thing <hes> just because i think i in fact i was on a a phone. Call this morning with somebody who called in. I do these virtual office. Hours may called in who is in iowa. Who's who's doing a really interesting technology that applies to indoor agriculture and we were talking about the fact that there's like no where <hes> logically for that kind of tech company to go right now because tech it's not a software app like they still have to their software involved but they still have to grow plants right and plants grow as fast as they grow grow and and they need infrastructure for that and so that that just the way from a financial perspective in every other perspective how that tech company is gonna and grow is different and we don't have a natural place. Where is there an accelerator where somebody would actually understand this and the answer is no so what an opportunity to have that kind of a physical place. That could could be a home for this kind of innovation. Absolutely there are a few accelerators propping up. I'm one that comes to mind is food systems six. You may of <hes> but they they have. I think they are now. Maybe third cohort and <hes> some of the businesses that they have helped to incubate a really. I'm doing well so nice. <hes> i think <hes> you're you're right on it. There's definitely a need for these kinds of accelerator right right. Well and you know in attack. The the there's developed this infrastructure for helping groom growing businesses right so accelerators and and and pitch events and all that kind of stuff and just don't haven't really actively applied that to agan food yet ag tech and food so so is this this. This is a pretty big acreage in california is that is this city involved in the purchase of that or who owns out right now about the one that the one that i mentioned in san jose city owned land. It is okay to figure out what the program should it'd be four before. They put out a full fledged r. p. p. right. I got it and you know it adjoins burrowing wing al habitat so there's no sir <hes> it's probably about any feet above sea level twenty by thirty thirty feet above sea level nominations. <hes> nothing seems simple out here and oh my goodness i mean the congestion here is really <hes> gotten getting more intense by the month <hes> they've been as part of plan bay area there have been some future scenario planning and <hes> you know one some projections have the population slated to grow by almost one hundred percent to close to thirteen eighteen fourteen million in the next whatever it is twenty five years so my partner magin how does that work has infrastructure work and of course along with those comp kind of projections are ideas to invest billions more in transportation billions more in housing and <hes> we keep putting our hand up and saying oh but wait a second you know let's really think about food and agriculture as part of this. We kind of look at quarter are globally globally as a public responsibility to look deliver those things and food. They're still kind of sense if the market takes care of that that's right and we've come up with a couple of ideas to going back to the thing i said earlier about <hes> trying to present a solution that solves problem in in another arena <hes> so there's a lot of attention being paid played both in the bayer and really across california to the need for more affordable. Oh housing because you have these companies that are booming but it's displacing a lot of people who work at low and even medium wage jobs in any event <hes> <hes> so there we are looking at how can we build more affordable housing <hes> and often that housing is located. You know transit oriented kid in dense urban areas. It's oftens what's called mixed use housing village style housing and i say well could we also think about including adding healthy food outlets in those kind of places. Could there be insent. Could there be <hes> we wanted to look at policies which could or the aligned in but i should say between affordable housing policies and investments and healthy food access policies and investments and so you know could we bring those things together so rather than looking at separate problems with separate solutions so that's one of the things we're excited to be <hes> looking into with trying to find funding in fact right now to <hes> begin to take a look at some possibilities there

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Dr Camille Sabella, Ohio And Cleveland discussed on Rush Limbaugh

Rush Limbaugh

00:33 sec | 1 year ago

Dr Camille Sabella, Ohio And Cleveland discussed on Rush Limbaugh

"And so far, no measles. Cases have been reported in Ohio amid the worst US measles outbreak in the last fifty years with more than five hundred cases reported so far. But doctors say it's easy to prevent the measles. Just by getting the vaccine those who are pregnant those who have immune problems cannot always receive live virus vaccines. So it's really important for those of us who can receive a to really be fully protected. Dr Camille Sabella of the Cleveland. Clinic says many people are not vaccinating

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"sabella" Discussed on Pop Culture Happy Hour

Pop Culture Happy Hour

04:01 min | 2 years ago

"sabella" Discussed on Pop Culture Happy Hour

"It's time for our favorite segment of this week and every week, what's making us happy this week. That's me saying week a lot. But let's start with Petra mayor. I'm gonna talk about teenage assassin nuns in medieval Brittany. Sure. You are gonna hang on really propose. Right in front of me. So I have talked about these books on pop culture. Happy are before it is the his fair assassin series by Robin, the fevers, which I think I discovered in a column on the EV club about like bad Waie, but they're not. They're actually. I mean, the premise seems cheesy series is about a convent in Brittany during the era when Britney was about to be subsumed into France in the twelve year old duchess of Brittany and was trying to hold onto her independence but was being betrayed on all sides by her slithery advisors and so so that's actually historically accurate. And then there's not historically accurate a convent of teenage assassin nuns dedicated to the Saint of death who knows but could be real. I don't know. So the series is about these girls in their missions and service of an of Brittany, the premise towns cheesy, but the characterizations are wonderful in deep and the series deals weirdly for a fantasy series. That is, this is not the center of the idea, but it deals with consent in a really thoughtful interesting way, particularly in the last book of the trilogy. So the spookiest. Actor from the trilogy Sabella spookiest most troubled most interesting most gothi which he character is coming back for a new do all Aji, but it's not till February. Sorry, but that's just the discovery that this is happening is making me incredibly happy, and the first three books are out there. It is the his ferris Asan series by Robin the fevers. If you like, beautiful gowns and also teenage assassin nuns, I highly recommend them and there will be a new one in February. All right. Give me that title. Again, it is courting darkness by Robin the fevers out in February. I know that's a long time to wait. But hey, now you have time to read the first three books very much Petra mayor, Kristina Tucker. What's making happy this week? I have been a listener for long enough that I was a little stressed about picking my very first one is making me happy. I thought I should pander. Is there a period piece somewhere in the world. And then I said, you have to be who you are and that person is a middle aged white woman. And because of that, what is making me happy is I have recently watched all four seasons of CBS's Madam secretary on net flicks and let me tell you, let's dispense with the issues right away, right? Is it implausible that the president would drive to the farmhouse of his former employees house to offer her job in person? Of course, does it drive me crazy that they refer to the president in the Oval Office by his first name? Absolutely. But you know what? To borrow from another classic pop culture, happy hour segment. It's become some comfort food for me over the summer. It has just enough procedural notes that you can turn on any episode and be reasonably sure of what's going on in any given time. The longer arc are just complicated enough that you'll feel rewarded for watching it. And there's just like an easy, low level feminism that runs through it. Then I find incr-. Credibly relaxing. The plot is feminism. Truly, the plot is just Taylor, Joni as the secretary of state and Tim Daly is our husband. That's the whole plot because nothing we, we need not to discuss any further from there, but it does do that thing. I think that the good wife does that the good fight does it castle on Broadway actors, your patina Miller's, you know, there's a lot of fun stuff happening in it, and there's a lot of fun. Queer character. Serra Miras is a new edition in the fourth season who is just like a very Butch woman of the tight that you don't get to see a lot on TV. I also don't think wallet chains it'd be allowed in the White House. The point it's in a year that has been a lot. It's just been a very comforting thing to turn on. It's all on net flicks. Go watch yourself a middle grade CBS drama. All right, secretary on CBS. Thank you very much, Christina.

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"sabella" Discussed on Revision Path

Revision Path

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"sabella" Discussed on Revision Path

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"sabella" Discussed on Revision Path

Revision Path

02:19 min | 2 years ago

"sabella" Discussed on Revision Path

"He completely unacceptable to all of us because people are out here building their own like we sources indexing every single one of us that were easily found there's is what you're you're you're doing here with revision path irs women who draw there's people have craft like we are literally a google search away and we have credentials tobacco artwork so we're you can find us that you unexcused anywhere we're literally google search away it's so interesting how that happens i mean i'll still get people that you know they've just stumbled across revisions path and i mean we've been around for a while so i get that understand it just always is a bit surprising when i hear it from like grown adults managers and conference organizers that are like we never knew where have you been yeah you've been here we know we've seen y'all we're yeah yeah anyway where do you see yourself in the next five years what kind of work do you wanna be doing i definitely see myself still designing there's so much of the actual hands on production in thought of design that i'm super passionate about i don't i don't see that changing anytime soon so when people ask like oh are you gonna go a move into leadership in us now like none of that is design misfire as far as i'm concerned it's it gets me further away from the thing like i've made sacrifices to learn to do and i'm interested in doing within the next five years i definitely see myself kind of getting further in terms of my art am i writing i'd love to add artists to my title and be able to to back it up with work that i'm not just hoarding over here in a corner by myself but i'm actually showing the world and publishing publishing these stories i'm working on i think both things are possible within five years we'll just kind of wrap things up here sabella wear can our audience find out more about you about your work online you can find my portfolio at sabella that i s and then my artist.

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"sabella" Discussed on Revision Path

Revision Path

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"sabella" Discussed on Revision Path

"We have to design a better experience but no i i really liked the way that you have mentioned that i liked this sort of system built up it's not just in our work environment it's you know it's it's in our homes if we think of an analogous tuition it's red lining when it comes to cities right like okay yes we have removed the law that says you can't say that black people or jewish people or hispanic people can't live on the north side great we got rid of that law but the banks still aren't giving those people loans so that they can move into those neighborhoods or minnows people move into their neighborhoods air harassed to the point where they are forced out of those neighborhoods the system like you can't just get rid of one piece can't just say like oh we need more diversity okay yeah we all agree okay we're all done like no like okay what's the next step actor that like it's going to happen in a vacuum or something yeah yeah it's not like we've just randomly showed showed up right we didn't just all of a sudden start working at a google and apple in always other places like we've been there we just aren't moving look montoya store so no i i say that to say yes i agree with you but so we're for people that are listening recording this in may last month there was the i g awards gala in new york city and i was at the gal i want an award there one steven heller prize for cultural commentary for twenty eighteen it with me and a woman alison aria i hope i'm saying her last name right but we co won this award together and i thought was interesting about the award they gave us these little cer.

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"sabella" Discussed on Revision Path

Revision Path

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"sabella" Discussed on Revision Path

"Sister and i and it just it just so happened that all of the art and design things that she was doing just happened to be my jam man i was able to to take that in turn a career into it who would you be if you stayed in chicago ahead unconventional job when i was in chicago for four years as a plus size model okay and i'm surprised sometimes i look back on it how much i missed certain aspects of it but i also know that like my particular situation was different than maybe what some other people other who experience because i had had a really good agency that really took care of the the people on their roster into when i moved over to gravity tank when you move into consulting you can't have side gigs that also take up your time like anything you wanna do needs to happen outside of work and when you're in a really intense environment you don't always know win afterward is going to be and so i i had to head to quit that but i think i think it'd be something a little bit like it'd be fun if i was still doing that a little bit because also that was also filling this other side of me that i've had i had the same want as done with the development done with gac designed in art and all these things all those things are level the writing the design the death and what i haven't been able to do much with is the fashion like i've always loved fashion designers well so that was that was kinda feeling that part of it now that that's gone i'm like busting at my sewing machine.

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"sabella" Discussed on Revision Path

Revision Path

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"sabella" Discussed on Revision Path

"It's going that route it put me in a lot of positions where i was maybe the only designer or one of two designers and it was also very heavy in deb work was awesome because development is like a language if you don't use it you'll lose it and it's like if you're gonna dedicate so much time to learn how to do the thing you need able to practice it so that you can keep up to standards so going that route help me kind of sharpen those skills and then it got to a point whereas k now i need to work for someone who is above me who can actually art direct me give me guidance in that way and so that i can focus on maybe being more strategic or focused more on the interaction of things and so then i would pivot in that way in that ultimately in chicago landed the grabby tank amend kind of following that same thread here at artifact okay so what are you most excited about at the moment it sounds like you've been now in seattle for a while you've gotten settled what has you excited right now i i think i've just now started to fill settled in seattle looking forward i'm excited about the kind of black and brown collectives that kind of are appearing on my feed of people getting together in acknowledging the lack of color in the city that which is not a thing i knew when i moved here okay but another thing i knew that i would find super important but i think with the the election happened in that kind of popped up ahead now it's like where are the other brown people can commiserate with in then i could them immediately so i've been doing a lot of work to you kind of pinpoint those those meet ups those groups those conferences that kind of focus on that so i can can.

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"sabella" Discussed on Revision Path

Revision Path

02:06 min | 2 years ago

"sabella" Discussed on Revision Path

"Honey's your time in china can you can you talk about kind of what sorts of things you are doing their aside from from teaching were you able to sort of travel throughout the country or anything yeah so we were able to take advantage of the same holidays as the other teachers at the university so there's a a month for the lunar new year that everyone kinda gets off in you can use that time to travel usually people are traveling home during that time so we took that time to go everywhere we possibly could we traveled up to inner mongolia where we spent the night in your semi rode like horses wow through the plains the men they all the way down to high non which is time like the hawaii of russia and so that was a very interesting experience because i had found myself in many areas where i was literally the first black person in that space you're you're doing like looks and mike know people wanna touch your hair some people would like they you know you you could crack under pressure like that but i i thought it was i enjoyed it i thought it was fine i took it very lighthearted it actually change the way that i respond it's things might move back to america i think a lot of black and brown people can relate to this feeling of possibly being in basseterre for these spaces that you move in like alumni only black person in this museum let me like you know beyond my super best behavior and be super accommodating to everyone when i moved back from china i was done with that but no i've been in literal places where i was literally the only by prison for miles in here in america like you can shake a stick in find another person of color so like i don't need to to hold that mantle anymore but when we were traveling through china at kind of got used to the stares and you know.

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"sabella" Discussed on Revision Path

Revision Path

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"sabella" Discussed on Revision Path

"Has continued that when i was in school so i was running my own parallel track while i was doing my coursework are know that a lot of designers i wanna say maybe certainly i think those of us that are are thirty and up like we got our that's how we cut our teeth was doing a lot of self taught stuff was good that you're able to kind of have that knowledge and then what you learn at drake kinda rounded that out a little bit of south lice yeah yeah it's really good that they it it sounds like the program's really supportive yeah it was supportive like throughout our time there in very supportive afterwards and it was such a great community to to be part of and i really enjoyed my time there for a second even thought i could move back after i graduated but as i thought more about it i realized what i really missed was that time that set of people in those circumstances in the i wasn't sure i would necessarily get the same thing if i may move back you know a couple of years later afterwards which is how i ended up back in in chicago and then now seattle now between the time you mentioned that you had taught in china he taught english in china did you do that right after drake i did there is a post graduate program if you do where drake would send teachers and students to china in china would send teachers and students to drake narrow specifically twenty six different cities in colleges and universities that you could be a part of and so i actually ended up in the same city as my my best friend who also now lives in seattle she actually was here first then i moved here so yeah it was pretty is a pretty fun coincidence i of the twenty six places we both ended up in the same city honeys.

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"sabella" Discussed on Revision Path

Revision Path

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"sabella" Discussed on Revision Path

"More specifically i found drake university in felt really at home but they're designed they're designed school and that's where i decided to go for college what was the program like they're the key memory i have from visiting the school after his kind of making rounds and busy couple of other places is that the professor is actually set down with us individually to talk about what we may be interested in they weren't kind of just these people that you kind of walked by in passing we didn't just get like a light glimpse a glimpse of what life was like on the campus the school did a really good job of kind of into integrating you before you even actually became part of that that university the professor's there seems like and they were they seemed like they were very open and just super smart there was also this period of time where we were moving away from things like cork and had just physical paper designed into digital design and drake university had already made the investment to kind of upgrade their facilities for that so we're talking like new machines the latest software the professors knew how to use the software and they could also tell us kind of like how things were why this change was important and the only thing that was missing was a web development course and also things like human center design interaction design the those they were no classes for that when i was going to school and they were barely any classes for web development when i was going to school and the only reason why i still continue to do is because i i started building websites when i was eleven so i've been self taught through that entire time i guess.

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"sabella" Discussed on Revision Path

Revision Path

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"sabella" Discussed on Revision Path

"I came back home with a fulltime offer end i knew i wanted to move out of chicago again at some point didn't really have a definite plan of win but when this particular came up with it seems like a win was now in the act up in headed headed west nice you kinda covered a lot of ground there as i wanna go back yeah from chicago to china i got a lot to cover their let's start with chicago what was it like growing up there for you it was great and i have to say that with asterix because i'm a nineties kid chosen ninety that dolt back and i think oh wow there's lots of stuff going on head no idea about could you explain that yes so i grew up on the south side pugo in auburn gresham okay it's the south side of chicago it's it's the lack of resources there it's kind of astounding we're talking about like not when i was growing up it's it's a little bit better now but when i was growing up there like health far we had to travel just to get groceries writing the red line like from outside the north side like even the tracks it could just felt like you were on the dangerous side of the city even just letting adding on the train there's not a lot of kind of community spaces like you don't see starbucks in in family owned coffeeshops yawn seat bookstores anything good that happened in the neighborhood was closely related to the church so i i went to catholic school in i went to the marva collins prep school in so kind of never execute the community come together was always through the church that had like a heavy influence on me even to the point where when i was graduating high school is like oh gee i wanna be a fashion designer or graphic designer or writer or to neo keister or none like money through.

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"sabella" Discussed on Revision Path

Revision Path

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"sabella" Discussed on Revision Path

"So what kind of prompted that switch for you because i know that you had done a lot of time in and around are you from chicago originally okay so what kind of prompted that big switch to go from chicago out to seattle so i hit a couple of friends move out to seattle after college inside come out to the sedan and i just love that the civic park west i love how green it is i love how the inner feels fresh you could see mountains in there is there's lottery like i don't actually think i can ever live somewhere this landlocked is i a group utah go where we had the late in now in here in seattle always different ways and i mean i absolutely love chicago my family's there visit a lot but it also grown up there on the soul there after high school i felt the need to not be in chicago anymore so i went not too far used went to iowa for for university i went to drake university there in boston around i traveled for a year after i graduated by lived abroad teaching english in china and that was an amazing experience i wish i could have stayed longer and i've been trying to plan a trip back there now to bring a couple of friends the show them kind of like what i remembered but the city that i lived in back then has changed so much family cow seattle has changed so much now from what my friends from college remember when i contacted artifact actually was doing freelance in i originally contacted them asking if they worked with contractors kind of like through their general enquiries and dave dave miller the recruiter guy back to me he's like you should fly out your we should have an interview in times leaving chicago this is a lot for freelance position.

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"sabella" Discussed on Revision Path

Revision Path

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"sabella" Discussed on Revision Path

"I did do code and design and did strategy it felt like there wasn't a good term that could really encompass all of those things and it's hard especially like if you're looking for jobs they're like all account can do this but i can also do this and you want something where you can bring all of your skills you know to work yes i was like that's kind of what interaction design is for you fit like it's a title that applies for the well see right now definitely in the past or maybe introduce yourself when you're action designed was in or well known certain designer you also develops and i'm really interested in the thought behind the design cable what you call that job position in interaction designers a great way to remind all those things together is i very early on realized that i was mocking happy making things e like if someone asked me to do something and i could see him a make sense intensive usability i i would be stubborn to the point of like making them redo it or like have long conversations about it so as i was traveling dropped grab always looking for is agenda that would allow me to have more on the hands on interaction with our view building it from back in not necessarily back in debt just like how does this thing work what is the user from it and then we get into using those design skills builds up that it is officially healing immutable on the also book saw i feel like this needs to be together all the time.

"sabella" Discussed on Revision Path

Revision Path

02:18 min | 2 years ago

"sabella" Discussed on Revision Path

"Yeah so talk to me about what you do at artifacts as a senior interaction designer what does interaction designer do artifact is a design and innovation consultancy it means that might day changes based on the type of project for them on and we'd have projects that you with consumer electronics all the way up into building healthcare systems or government work or nonprofit were really runs the gamut needed get like just your regular design five decks as well need strategy for them behind mon so tired depending on what type of project that is it might change what city skills i need to use in the day we have a lot of people were kind of sis army is it can do multiple things is i if death row up making to strategy if you sissies building in the have subject matter experts you know who the goto talk about data or mugo tune when we talk about augmented reality things like that so sounds like what you do kind of applies to a number of different skills yeah yeah it's kind of left brain right brain all the time sometimes you'll spend days where year kind of heads down maybe doing sketches and sharing that out to your team over these like you spend the whole day talking you're talking about a problem in trying to tease solution from it we have i think i like the standard innovation that up where everything is a whiteboard super helpful to just be able to get up and just draw your idea on the walls and just lots of focus on i'm sharing with your team and he didn't feedback it's so interesting how the different titles around design can apply to so many different things i mean i feel like just a few years ago if you were kind of this jackofalltrades kind of designer there wasn't really a good term for that like i know it seems like web designer has now kind of morphed into product designer graphic designer think kinda still stays the same and i know what i'm thinking just personally for a while because i.

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"sabella" Discussed on Revision Path

Revision Path

02:07 min | 2 years ago

"sabella" Discussed on Revision Path

"Did you know that the number one email marketing priority is personalization it makes sense if you think about it you only want to hear from the people and the businesses that you like and mail chimp helps make that happen with their robust campaign builder and a host of helpful automations it's email marketing with a personal touch sign up a male dot com today for free account mail chimp send better email now for this week's interview we're talking to sabella flag a senior interaction designer in seattle washington let's start the show all right so tell us who you are and what you do so my name is sevilla and i am a senior interaction designer here artifact or just located in seattle so i've been doing that out here for about two and a half years now nice i'll tell you a story and i it's funny i didn't mention this before we started recording but now the two said artifacts it just reminded me that at work so i work for fall creek software based out of new york and we were just talking about in our slack something that artifacts put out recently you might know what i'm talking about petero card it's the terrel cars can you can you talk a little bit yeah so one thing that back is very interested in is the we deal with a lot of tech but a lot of times our clients aren't thinking about the implications of the tech that they're asking us to create a lot of times you're kind of bringing it to their attention so something but internal team worked on that was launched last week were interior cards attack so they're kind of like this really light way to engage with your own team or yourself to get thinking about some of these promises me have so some things like what does it look like if someone uses your product too much actually started thinking about the negatives of that what happens when one hundred million people certain your private.

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"sabella" Discussed on Pursuit With Purpose

Pursuit With Purpose

02:11 min | 2 years ago

"sabella" Discussed on Pursuit With Purpose

"Catching up and having a conversation that people get to listen to so you recently wrote a book called it tribe called bliss what does this out while this book is about so much it really is self sabella book but it's a self development book that is meant to be done as a tribe because it's also a book that is meant to create deep lasting relationships and really great shrew all of these superficial small talk like it really teaches you how to connect burr with the people that you're using to connect deeper with it's not that you can necessarily go out in every single relationship that you have small talk with the first time you meet someone you're gonna dive deep and be like tell me about your deepest darkest secrets but it is a book that's going to help you take those relationships that you want to go deeper on deeper to can connect more invest can really support each other in wearing ago in life yeah i totally see that in your book and why did you decide to write why did that feel so important to you you know it came from so many different things melissa was like for me i realize the importance of having people in your life that are in the area that you wanna go to that are already at the next level when i go to house gary that can be for people like the reason that we don't have these tribes that poulos up is because we don't yet feel like we're ready to go into these stripes yet we don't feel like we have something to offer we don't know what to say we don't know you know his acceptable what is this actually look in feel like it's like when you think about going into these different groups of people who are maybe a head of you have all these down only fears in all of these questions in it's like book really confronts what it actually looks like through this process in what you're actually thinking what fear really feels like what the process actually looks like mid for me in my life intel started building tribes outside the one that i was in when i say tribes tracks are really they're your work.

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"sabella" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

SuperTalk WTN 99.7

02:13 min | 2 years ago

"sabella" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

"On monday morning said oregon sabella under the alias of gonzalez was driving without a license is believed to have a blood alcohol level of point one five at the time of the crash representative tom keita republican from indiana said in a statement the loss of life at the hands of illegal immigrant criminals should make all who's yours and ultimately sand and ultimately angry we must do more to get these dangerous illegal immigrant criminals off our streets and guarantee this never happens again by building a wall ending sanctuary cities and stopping illegal immigration once and for all now people are because they were you're just politicizing the un you'd get on us we're politicizing guns this because you're politicizing the wrong thing when you're talking about guns in a shooting because the good guys have guns to no good guy has an illegal alien undergoing tell you there are no good people in illegal aliens it's against the law emmys people come here illegally so we need to stop it was not immediately clear when orega sabella reentered the us after being deported in two thousand nine but indiana state police sergeant john parine told fox news at a regular sabella has used the gun solace alias enough times to create a paper trail oregon savalas is currently being held at the marion county jail and police they're they're working to file criminal charges against him and it's a tragic story so you have a guy struck down in the prime of life twenty six years old a promising linebacker what the indian indianapolis colts and he's dead and he's dead because of an illegal alien and peoples new americans kill people too this american they did this can would be alive if it were not for illegal immigration in the blood is on your hands you folks are they want the cheap labor you want the cheap labour at the cost of edwin jackson and people just like him that's what you want and you want the votes and the.

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