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Police ID 7-year-old girl shot near Phipps Plaza, Atlanta
"Atlanta police have identified the seven year old girl struck by a stray bullet monday evening. While christmas shopping with her family in buckhead kennedy maxi remained at children's healthcare of atlanta at scottish right in critical condition wednesday afternoon authorities said maxi who lives in the mabel. Ten area was shot in the back of the head while riding with her mother and aunt near phipps plaza. Investigators do not believe the families. Lexus was the intended target of the shooting which stemmed from an argument between several men in the parking lot of saks. Fifth avenue interim police chief rodney bryant said. The child's aunt told detectives. She heard the gunfire. While driving along peachtree road near the high end shopping mall moments later she realized maxi had been struck and drove straight to the hospital where the little girl was rushed into surgery
Atlanta police identify 7-year-old girl shot while riding in car in Buckhead
"Atlanta police have identified the seven year old girl struck by a stray bullet monday evening. While christmas shopping with her family in buckhead kennedy maxi remained at children's healthcare of atlanta at scottish right in critical condition wednesday afternoon authorities said maxi who lives in the mabel. Ten area was shot in the back of the head while riding with her mother and aunt near phipps plaza. Investigators do not believe the families. Lexus was the intended target of the shooting which stemmed from an argument between several men in the parking lot of saks. Fifth avenue interim police chief rodney bryant said. The child's aunt told detectives. She heard the gunfire. While driving along peachtree road near the high end shopping mall moments later she realized maxi had been struck and drove straight to the hospital where the little girl was rushed into surgery
7-year-old shot in head, critically injured while riding near Phipps Plaza, Atlanta
"Seven-year-old girl is fighting for her life. After being shot in the back of the head. Monday evening while a ride with her family through buckhead four days before christmas the incident outside phipps plaza follows a spate of shootings in the area as atlanta police struggled to stem gun violence at the end of a historically deadly year it also prompted a strong rebuke from one city councilman who lashed out at what. He called the lack of leadership by city officials at a news conference tuesday afternoon at police headquarters interim chief rodney bryant told reporters. The little girl was leaving a nearby shopping centre with her mother and aunt when a fight broke out between several men in the parking lot of saks fifth avenue. The child's aunt told police. She remembered hearing several gunshots as she drove along. Peachtree road moments later. She noticed the girl had been struck. Police said she drove straight to children's healthcare of atlanta at scottish right where the child was rushed into surgery.
NYC Businesses Start Boarding Up In Anticipation Of Election Unrest: ‘Better Safe Than Sorry’
"The city are boarding up their windows as they they prepare prepare for for potential potential demonstrations demonstrations in in response response to to Election Election Day Day results. results. WCBS WCBS reporter reporter Bartel Bartel Diamond Diamond is is outside outside one one of of those those businesses, businesses, Saks Saks Fifth Fifth Avenue Avenue and and she she joins joins us us live, live, Marlon. Marlon. Steve, Steve, it it is is is is an an odd, odd, but but it it is is a a familiar familiar sight. sight. The The upper upper floors floors of of sacks sacks have have already already been been decked decked out out with with holiday holiday lights and icicles for the annual light show. But at sidewalk level they are prepared for unrest Following election Day, A crew spent hours overnight boarding up Windows Saxes among many retailers in the city, not taking any chances. There may or may not be unrest after Tuesday. But Kathryn Wylde, president of the Partnership for New York City, says businesses are rightfully concerned employer there not only worried about their property and good Being damaged than the one they are worried about their employees being so all of this, it's glowing. New York is recovery, which is very slow at best, Wild says. As of mid October, just 10% of office workers are back in the office in Manhattan, Manhattan, she she says. says. If If there there is is more more violence violence and and another another Covic Covic shutdown, shutdown, we're we're facing facing a a very very bleak bleak winter winter reporting reporting live live from from Midtown Midtown Marla Diamond. WCBS news radio 80 Marla. Thank you,
Boarded-Up Windows and Increased Security: Retailers Brace for the Election
"Of the vote important, Of course, the Department of Homeland Security reassuring the public. It is ready for Election Day and the potential for hackers. Christopher Crabs, the director of the Cyber Security and Infrastructure security agency, then really focusing on our rumor control system dot gov slash Rumor control, Paige. So that we can identify what some of these things might look like. Provide facts the American people, So if you do see a website to face meant on election night of a state or county level election, unofficial election night reporting We can get the information out there that that's not tied to the vote. The that group there. The Cyber Security and Infrastructure Security Agency, part of the Department of Homeland Security, has a virtual war room operating 24 7. They've already busted in Iranian group of hackers who posed as the proud boys allegedly sent threatening e mails to thousands of voters in Alaska and Florida with the message. You will vote for Trump on Election day, or we will come after you. City, preparing for protests and potential civil unrest ahead of Election Day, the NYPD not telling businesses specifically to board up their windows. Many of them are big retailers like Nordstrom, Tiffany's Saks Fifth Avenue. Many shops in SoHo in the village also boarding up ahead of potential rioting and looting. They'd been hit. Previously. Shops like Chanel on Spring Street already Covered with plywood. The NYPD, though, does have some requests. As we hear from commissioner Dermot Shea. He appeared on Good day, New York not recommending people to board up their stores. We've gotten some questions. Questions regarding outdoor furniture and things and we actually we, actually especially in Midtown did make some requests to some bids in areas. To clear the sidewalks and the reason for that was because it's impeding pedestrian traffic. NYPD says they will have extra cops out on patrol. Also word this morning from the Guardian Angels, they will put over 4000 of their members on city streets. To stop any potential rioting on Election Day and election night
Protests continue into their seventh night
"Protests over the death of George Floyd mostly peaceful last night but in Portland Oregon police went after hundreds who broke away from a demonstration yes exiles CBS's David Begnaud checked the streets of New York City they're marching from the town everybody is behind the line and the organizers were strict at one point they were chanting we will not agitate the police because we want to get home safe no one agitated anyone really and the police let them all in the street so to speak after widespread looting Monday night Saks Fifth Avenue put chain link fencing and razor wire in front of boarded up
Democracy Cant Thrive in Chaos
"Jane Fonda was arrested five times for environmental protest outside the Capitol this fall. She accepted a BAFTA film award while being taken into custody and photographs. The actor cast a striking figure in handcuffs in red will coat. It's a color fitting for the protests which are inspired by global school strikes and called Fire Drill. Fridays fresh from her arrest streak. The activists joined environmental justice campaigner and community organizer. Peggy Shepherd to record a live episode of Dare. I say in partnership with AMEX AT SAKS fifth avenue in New York City Peggy has been at the forefront of the Environmental Justice Movement in the US for a long time. She founded nonprofit organization. We Act for Environmental Justice in North Manhattan in the eighties. It helped low income New Yorkers in particular communities of color fight harmful environmental policies. It now fights for better environmental and health policies on a local and national level in the I live recorded episode of Dare. I say peggy and Jane discussed civil disobedience the green new deal resilience and why it is important for women to lead the climate conversation. How can we remedy empathy crisis? That has hurt generations of Americans. Why is the cult of rugged individualism driving climate disaster? What can older generations learned from teenagers at the decades on the frontlines? Peggy and Jane Have Not Stop Fighting. They are women who dare. Hi You know. We have a lot in common where activists arrested. But why have you decided to be arrested and to be active at this moment in time over Labor Day weekend? I felt great malaise because I drive an electric car and I do away with single use plastics and I make all those right personal lifestyle choices but I knew that they're not going to be able to scale up in time to get us where we need to be is a good place to start but it's no place to stop and so. I read a book by Klein that talked about a green new deal and talked about gratitude and it inspired me to get out of my comfort zone as Greta says we have to do and not behave business as usual as you know better than a lot of people. We have decades many decades more than forty years writing speeches and books and getting the word out about the science. What the science says. And we've marched and we've rallied and we've played nice and it hasn't worked enough and we only have eleven years left and so we have to up the stakes and I think we have to mobilize and go into the streets and put our bodies on the line and engage in civil disobedience and risk getting arrested. I don't WANNA BE ARRESTED. But you know you have to be willing to risk it so I went. I moved to DC for four months to win gaijin fired real Fridays because Fridays is the day that Greta and the student climate strikers have chosen to strike for climate so I want to support them and helpless their message teenagers today were born more than a decade after NASA scientists warned Congress about climate change in nineteen eighty eight. James Hansen told lawmakers at the time that he was ninety nine percent sure that human activity was causing temperatures to rise. Teenagers today have inherited the climate crisis. They have grown up. In a world of apocalyptic headlines and increasingly volatile weather. It's no surprise that they are extremely intelligent educated and now taking to the streets sweetest teenager. Greta Tonsberg inspired a wave of student protests across the world when she skipped school to strike outside of her country's parliament. And so how do you feel that? We really can motivate young people and youth to really be the strong activists that they need because they are going to inherit this climate this globe right now. What I'm feeling is I don't need to motivate them. They're motivating me. They're the ones because they see that we've taken their future not we. The fossil fuel industry has is robbing them of the future and we can't let them shoulder this burden by themselves. So Granny's unite. Older people have to get out there and and we have to stand along side them. This is a collective crisis that's going to require a collective solution that means all of us together because it is a stomach and we know that we can each take the issues that we need. Whether it's changing light bulbs whether it's recycling. We know that we can do all of those things. But we know that it's systemic and that we gotta come together collectively to educate our elected officials and to pressure the policymakers to really pass the kind of legislation that we all need. But we know that we can't do that with the message. Simply reducing carpet or a message. Simple energy efficiency. We've got a really embraced the values that appeal to all of our communities because Oliver Communities are not whole. They're not healthy. We know that millions of people in this country are living with bad air. They don't have clean water and they are disproportionately impacted by pollution and the Environmental Justice Movement has really for the last thirty years were to achieve environmental protection for all communities and we know also that when we talk about climate change and you hear people talk about climate justice. Climate Justice is not just a cool phrase. It's really a term that is focused on the most vulnerable communities. And how we've got to take action to ensure that the most vulnerable are protected because when that happens we're all protected and so we've got agreement deal and we know that that's been an important framework that's been proposed and it's wonderful that she was not prescriptive. Afc and the others who have talked about this framework we know that it has motivated sectors of of our country to get together and fill in the blanks. What they think is a green new deal what they need for their communities and for their lives and that's been a very important motivator. I think in this moment for a long time. There's been this rap that the environmental movement is white and elite. I think even Obama kind of felt that way but my experience is that that is not the case and then in fact people of color who live in the frontline communities have been very much at the forefront of the environmental movement and are the bravest strongest voices. It's a stereotype that people of color don't really care about the environment. Because they're really concerned with with jobs and food and of course we're all concerned with that but what? I've found predominantly above ninety sixth street when we have monthly membership meetings. It's not the more fluent Brown's donors who are coming out on these sites. It's people from public housing. We get so many calls about air pollution coming into their apartments about odors and emissions from trucks cars buses. We have worker training program for under employed young men and we invited them to come to our membership meetings to hear about issues of climate change or toxins in and chemicals cosmetics and they were able to understand the issue they were able for the probably the first time in their lives to talk to an elected official and tell them what they felt in what they needed and so it's about support. People know what they need. They just need some support to be able to advocate and to be able to. Maybe have a place to come and use computer. Have a place to come and ask some key questions. Let me just tell you that the upcoming mayoral public housing tenants are going to be a major factor in who gets elected and we're going to be organizing them and there's coalitions all over the city to ensure that some of the most vulnerable people are the ones who are going to be part of the solution and so I would simply say that the most vulnerable when we address them we lift all boats. It's not about trickle down. It's about lifting everyone up together and that's what creates an equitable and just society.
CEO of Saks Parent to Step Down
"The parent company of Saks fifth Avenue's reportedly bidding farewell to its chief executive Hudson's bay company in fact confirm today that Helena Foulkes will leave the company at the end of next week in the aftermath of the company last week
Whispering Sweet Nothings? (Zohar I:49a-b)
"I'm Sarah Rosner Lawrence and I'm here as usual with Arthur Marcus Clinical Director of knees women's health high. I loved these many tax. I feel like I learned so much. And I'm also here with our by Windsor. Russia Stephen President of Holiday Torah High. I love doing these men text episodes. Okay so what do you you have for us today. Rylander well few episodes ago. We did a mini text episodes from Zohar. On Kissing. And Love. That episodes I know about Chev- totally loved that And it's really great because the Zohar because as I've mentioned before Has Sex is such a central part of its understanding of God In the life of the Kaaba List in terms of effecting the different aspects of God we have we have more discussions about sex Than in many other sources So this is another text from Sohar. The exact source is Volume one page forty. Nine Eight A. B. and it's on diverse break sheet from via L. Haddam. I'm that God created eve the woman and brought her to man so here it is. I'll just read a few words in the Aramaic. And then I'll switch over to the English. The English is from the translation. flation of Daniel Matt. So they ha ho Lee from here we learn divine above EMA DECARLA that the mother and the father of the bride a require the Abu Take the time to bring the bride into the domain of the room. So far that sort of what we know the parents give the girl over. Give give the their daughter over to the groom. I'm GonNa Switch just the English as it is said. I've given my daughter to this man from this point on her husband comes to her for the House is hers as it is written. He came into her so that is actually a verse about interquest by Vo Allow. What's being read here as he comes into her domain? It's her home. He came into Rachel also again verse about Intercourse I. He brought her to the man. God brought to the man for up to this point. The father and mother should act by giving your daughter over afterward. He should come to her for the entire houses hers and he must obtain her permission. So this talking about sex is talking about you know the home. Is the women's domain A little bit of both. It sounds possibly what what consent consent. So we're going to get there. We have aroused just our awareness. Interesting word arouse but okay. We have aroused or awareness of this as written. This is now by Jakko. He approached the place and stayed there for the night. First first obtaining permission from here we learn that one who joins his wife shouldn't treat her and sweet in her with words or otherwise not spend the night with her so that the does careers their desire be as one with no coercion. Now just skip a paragraph and now we're GONNA continue with Jakko for a minute before we circle back to Adam and eve. We've he took one of the stones of the place and put it under his head here. We learn that if a king has golden beds and precious spreads in which to spend the night and his consort his wife prepares him a better rain with stones. Right because that was the bed of Jacob the stones he should leave his own and sleep in the one she prepares and is as it is written then he lay down in that place now back to Adam come and see what is written here. The man said this one at last shall be called woman behold the fragrance fragrance of words to draw love with her draw her towards his desire arouse passion together like he's praising her and this is you know look how beautiful those words are it to get her in the mood. See how sweet how full of love own of my bones flesh a flesh. Showing their one inseparable now he begins praising inker this one shall be called woman this one is unparalleled. Glory of the House all women compared to her like eight compared to humans. Certainly this this 'cause this was the only real woman this one shall be called woman. Perfection of all this one and no others at is as it is written many daughters have done virtuously precisely but you surpass them all some GonNa Pause here the last paragraph if we get a chance goes onto a different point but there's a lot to be said about this all open the floor. I don't like Oh deep sigh out. It feel I'm trying to separate out my like twenty per century injury sensibility. Hear about lake over. flowery doesn't sound real I don't know how you feel about to Sarah and I don't know I I mean like I'm kind of. I'm struggling to get to the to the lake. punchline point of this text like so far it feels a little a bit like flowery to me kind of similar to two bunch of his impression but what I'm understanding from this end. Correct me if I'm wrong. Is that basically. There is a dynamic where the the woman's parents bring her to the man's domain initially. But then after that it's sort of the man's responsibility to a kind of appease her and treat sex with her and being with her as her domain right and something that he sort of has to approach her heroic to choose the one in charge. You don't feel like it feels like he's sort of Connie her into it. That's that's sort of where I'm getting my back a little bit. I I think in a society in which men could easily coerce their wives rape right or use pressure to have them to agree to saks. Even though they really weren't into admit you know a lighter form of rape or coercion. You know but here it's like completely reversing that and saying the woman is in charge. It's her home. You know. I think it sort of doing like the round you know. She's the balanced bias. She's the one in charge of she's the one in charge of the domestic sphere and also the merging of that with to come into her. You know if you you want to have sex with her. She's the one in charge of her body and like you need her permission and she wants to sleep on the floor. Usually on the floor right soon. I love that piece. The one where you'd have the golden bed and then it gets usually one stones so that actually is quite lovely and not having the same reaction that Oh my God is all talking talking about her Making her happy and I'm trying to figure out. Is it last section. Where he's giving this flowery? Praise your the most wonderful women have no at no other woman has anything like you. I mean it saying look. Those words might not work for you right that like their power. Look I I know that there are a lot of women who dirt during before during sex you know WanNa feel desired WanNa feel ladder. Sure there's nothing on my woman on as much as feeling like she is desired right that again and again the most beautiful woman ever so this way way. It's the express. That is possible that I'm that I'm reacting to that. Yeah Yeah Yeah. It's so it's it's kind of interesting because I feel like what I'm reacting to negativity is not exactly the same thing but is like this dislike. Egalitarian sensibility that contra my like twenty-first-century brain gene of like. Why should be his job to only approach her and why like dislike one directional aw energy that's bothering me too but I think that sort of becomes like well the option to that is not both of them entreating the other the option to that is enforcing right right right completely? Changed the Pierre de and say that he helped picks initiatives. We're still going to allow for that. But it's still she's in charge. You know you have to ask her permission. You have to get her in the mood. But you're right. It's speaking to them right right. So it's like it's like don't rape her get her permission in and entreat her and flatter and all these things whereas I wish it was like you approach sometimes and she approaches you. I WanNa say it's much more than don't rape her so that may be as y you know they're both equally into it. It's an equal merging of the cells to me. I right now so that is really I think thing. That's a really important point because I think what's bothering me and you're reading it differently is that it feels like look. I WANNA have sex and so I want to get you to agree to have sex and that feels different to me that I want us to see if I get you to a place where you want to have sex too and that feels very different to me and that is how you're reading it you're probably sadly right it. The text itself has maybe we should be the last pair perfect okay. Tell me if this helps hurts. Perfect therefore let him a man leaves his father and mother and cleaves to his wife and they become one flesh all to draw her into love to clear to her once he had aroused her with all these words. It's what is written. Now the serpent was slide than any creature of the field the evil impulse now. This is a tricky tax arouse to seize her binding her with bodily desire fire rousing in her other things in which evil impulse delights until eventually what is written the woman saw. The tree was good for eating delight to the eye and took of its shoot in eight receiving leaving it willingly. He gave to her husband beside her for now. She aroused desirous Lee towards him offering passionate. Love this shows human beings how the act corresponds above so this is a tricky text because it has the serpent evil desire but the end of it sounds like the fact that he had these very physical co lusts was actually a positive thing for the next paragraph in the Zohar which I did not do actually says wait a minute. If this bloke response to above how do you think that there's such a thing and as the evil desire above and basically says sort of is like the divine has the right and the left side and anyway. It's you know getting all all right. Les Is maybe a bad thing. But maybe it's a good jockey I think that's exactly is fastened
"saks" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Eight seven five sixty seven thirty learn more at Saks sewer dot com traffic on the tens every ten minutes mornings and afternoons data has news ninety three point one K. Begay partly cloudy skies tonight with areas of late night fall below tonight forty three to forty seven areas of morning fog tomorrow otherwise intervals of clouds and sunshine with a high tomorrow sixty five to sixty nine patchy low clouds in the fog Saturday morning otherwise partly sunny in the afternoon the high sixty three to sixty seven I'm accu weather street Shana news ninety three point one K. F. B. K. all righty ends as starting to cool down just a little bit we've got fulsome with sixty one degrees and we've got to citrus heights was sixty one Davis so still sixty three five twenty one led you here this afternoon I'm Kitty o'neill and check your this is the money news doing that with Kelly brothers from Jenny these Burford and brothers great story the Wall Street journal today about your ability to get a brand new beautiful seven eighty seven Dreamliner that is going to be raffled off it appears by Mexico this was their presidential jet this was there Air Force One Viewtiful plane but the current president is a populist he does not fly a private plane see only flies commercial he flies in economy class he has even sat in the middle seat while on official state business that's just the way he rolls and he wants to sell it they could find a buyer at a hundred thirty two hundred fifty million dollars so now he's gonna raffled off the question is if you win it what are you gonna do with it it costs about four thousand a week just to maintain that's without flying it anywhere we'll see how that all works out market today flying as late in the day it was down to fifty turned around and finished up about a hundred and twenty five points and Amazon had a great earnings report after the closing bell but the market turned with the World Health Organization said it seems like China has been able to handle the situation of coronavirus we will see if that turns out to be true Delp one twenty five a twenty eight eight fifty nine nasdaq up twenty three ninety two ninety eight the SNP up ten points gold up ten to fifteen eighty seven announced ten year bond yield one point five nine percent all right thanks Kelly well the government reports it to be released in the coming days as Southwest Airlines flew millions of people on jets they didn't have confirmed a maintenance records Joshua Lipton has the story the transportation department report claims southwest pilots flew more than seventeen million passengers on jets with unconfirmed maintenance records over the course of two years in the FAA hasn't done enough about it in some cases the report claims the federal aviation administration's overall approach serve to justify continued non compliance with safety regulations it also found that FAA managers in the Dallas office that oversees southwest routinely allowed the airline to fly jets with unresolved safety concerns Josh will lift in news ninety three point one K. F. B. K. Johnson and Johnson ordered by San Diego judge to pay nearly three hundred and forty four million in civil penalties for miss representing a product the judge says the company also concealed the risk of long long term complications of a pelvic mesh product marketed to women the suit filed by the California department of justice is one of several companies facing worldwide regarding a smash products in addition to the California suit Johnson and Johnson has settle similar claims with the state of Washington for nearly ten million dollars and a coalition of forty two other states for one hundred and seventeen million a new bill in the California legislature aims to crack down on social media companies that advertise or recommend misleading or defamatory material online introduced by senator Richard pan it's S. B. eight nine six which would hold social media companies like Facebook and YouTube to the same standards as broadcast and media companies by enforcing moderation standards what have people they have your full first amendment.
Keith Recker on Color as Narrative
"Guest in the studio is Keith. wrecker who is the author of a new book true colors world masters of natural dyes and Pigments Heike. Hey how are you both pretty good Keith how did you get into color. I have to say it's been a long and winding road I come come from a background of poetry and literature and of course you know when you have that background you have to do something and I ended up having to separate careers. Maybe three three one and big retail as director of home furnishings at Saks fifth avenue gump San Francisco and Bloomingdales Direct Response and another career nonprofit as head of aid artisans As founder of the hand Eye Fund and hand eye magazine and currently as pro bono creative director of the international folk art market based Down Santa Fe and my third career has been in Trenton color forecasting with Panton. WGN A little bit with Stylus of really trying to inject a sense of adventure creativity relevance to their client base. Now when we did our episode where we interviewed Donna. Karen that was was She had part of the international folk art market in the urban store and and we were surrounded by products from that market But she didn't really talk about the interview. Can you tell us a little bit about the international folk art market. Yeah absolutely you were surrounded In the urban zone holiday market by I think it was twenty nine different artists from all over the world mostly textiles in that In that collection and the things ranged from the most amazing handspun Kunia hand-knit by artisans in Argentina And the group. That does these. Things is part of have a biosphere management program in the high dry plains of Argentina where Kunia are an essential part and the Kunas harvested the incan way where the village surrounds the Vicuna. So that there's no sense of panic. They slowly move in until the animals can be sheared It's a really touching story so you have. You were surrounded founded by twenty-five stories with that kind of depth and historic resonance And the folk art market is an annual event in Santa Fe. Happens every July. We bring together between one hundred sixty and one hundred eighty artists from all over the world fifty plus countries and they're bringing the best of what they make from a traditional point of view view sometimes from a personally adventuresome creative point of view sometimes from recycled and cutting edge social point of view. It's a real mix of creativity city that from our us-based experiences seems very out of the mainstream and therefore terribly exciting and motivating they must get a lot of just going to that and and meeting each other and seeing what they all do all around the world you that that must be just such experienced for an artisan who works in the community services that do the same thing and then meeting artisans who do wildly different things from other parts of the global. You've already understood the thing that the artists themselves I liked the best about it. They love exchanging topics with each other. Whether it's how to whether it's Oh my God you should try this. Sometimes they get together and collaborate after the market so somebody shares of an all white Chikan embroidery piece from Lucknow and they send handed off to one of their new friends to be dipped in indigo to be Bandini tie-dyed to to be transformed into something subtly and beautifully different so the exchanges which is really the magic plus the sales a lot of folks walk away from the market with a years worth of income in their pockets based on a twenty two hour event. We sell a around three three point. One two three point. Four million dollars worth of product in twenty one hours and all. The skit paid out Two days later so in five days you go from setup to pay out and reviewed archie. It's an amazing operation. It sounds like a really tight knit community than really so. Is it hard hard to join that community or WHO's finding new artisans for that. It's a very tightly jury. Joe Artists from all around the world apply online pictures and text and their two juries. There's a group of academics from museums around the world. Mostly around the. US who look at it from the point of view is of is this this really rooted in a cultural assets right that we recognize that there's techniques color languages languages motif. Is it routed somehow in community entity heritage and then the second group answers the question. Is this gonNA connect with the market. Does it represent a product. Does it represent a look. Does it represent a price is point and of course is it super beautiful. I mean that's that's the first question that we have to answer before we even proceed to the further analysis so those two groups are responsible. Secure eating something. That really is unique in the world. There's nothing like in the entire world so between that and what you're describing in your the book about being in touch with all these natural colors ways of getting color from the earth from plants a lot of this is about being in touch with what what you're making an and how it's being made and we talk about the supply chain a lot but most people aren't really at the root of their supply. I Chan they don't they don't go back to you. Know Not alive designer. Spent much time in cottonfields looking at different types of cotton as they're growing what the fibers look like in different fields. They get finished product. Kind of textiles What does it do for the world? If if people are more in touch with this I would love to answer your question in a complicated way. Cleans that's what the show is more. I think we need to look at the heritage Jane even as we look at the supply chain If you look back at how how we got where we are today in terms of what we make and how we make it into textiles especially The eighteen fifty six invention of the first synthetic dye. Mo- Oh Wien right by a teenage English chemists Perkins totally by accident. He was working with coal tar to try to find a synthetic Quinine quinine substitute right to treat malaria and the colonial era of of the British empire and he discovered that something that he was making Would dissolve Alvin Water and color rags in really very attractive sharp Purple Reddish purple. That unleashed the willful exploration exploration of using a lot of petrochemicals to substitute what were centuries thousands and thousands of years of heritage so for example the company that became. BASF right the maker of the cassette tapes that some of us are old enough to have fetish started off by making making synthetic indigo and interestingly the synthetic indigo they made did not appeal because they had not really captured that the full charm of indigo go went beyond just the indigo molecule. They had to go backward and realized that. Indie Ruben. A red molecule that would form in the process of indigo dyeing was needed to give the color depth so they had to go back and explore. Why Nature was so much more beautiful than what they were at first capable of making in any case since eighteen fifty six we have lost so much knowledge? If you and I walked down the street today and Looked at what people are wearing down the street and we asked ourselves well. How would you ever get that color? Are we using anything other than a chemical would have zero insight. Chances are right. We've left all that behind so the heritage chain I think has impoverished the richness understanding That we used to have about what comes from our world and how it's made and how valuable it is. We've gotten to a point where we're so distant from our heritage chain that things have the virtue of plastic bags of disposable valueless product after they've faded in the washed twice were done. There's a statistic out there that eighty percent of the clothing we buy ends up in a landfill within one year. And it's because we're so oh distant from people culture heritage skill invention and talent that the things we buy are not worth holding onto so then we go to the supply chain right and there really is in as an extension of this heritage chain a set of material knowledge judge that is still relevant in making textiles. It still relevant in making clothing and it's waiting for us to study at more and to really really incorporated into responsible valuable fashion creation.
Hudson's Bay chairman considers sweetened bid for retailer
"And Hudson's bay chairman Richard Baker and his partners are said to approach minority shareholders about potentially raising their offer to take the Canadian retailer private Hudson's bay is the owner of Saks Fifth Avenue Courtney done hope Bloomberg
Luxury retailers are rolling out the red carpet for the holidays
"Not all holiday shopping includes the search for bargains if you have plenty of money to spend no problem this holiday season I believe it's going to be a terrific one for luxury deve se dove is the former CEO of sax Neiman Marcus for example is rolling out shops where customers can sell their designer belongings stacks redo of the first floor which the handbags and the beauty on the second floor where they really great and wonderful experience or could be in a Nordstrom where they create a bar in the middle of the show floor champagne and shoots traditional luxury stores are certainly feeling the same pressures as other brick and mortar retailers that must now compete with online rivals you're already seeing at the brick and mortar players to become more digital digital players are all opening up stores and Saks is finishing a two hundred fifty million dollar renovation of its new York's Fifth Avenue flagship store I'm a Donahue
Pope Francis Accidentally Tweets Support to New Orleans Saints
"Erin dean was fired as a fort worth Texas police officer on Monday hours later he was charged with the murder during what was supposed to have been a well being check over the weekend dean fired into a house killing its occupant other Tiana Jefferson angers me that my sister is not here she wanted to get the thing started Jefferson sister actually Kerr and brother Darius speaking before dean's firing missiles at Saks look into her own window mazing to me that they didn't even try to justify it no immediate word of injuries or damage in the San Francisco Bay Area in the wake of a magnitude four point five earthquake residents done that it was taken hold that woman inside a Denny's restaurant near Oakland lot of people felt that the the cooks in Danny's also felt that including a lot of the wait staff and the manager definitely something folks will be talking about ABC's Cornell Bernard you're listening to ABC news insurance solicitation but you health public offering plans from different companies no government Medicare affiliation Mister Richard not available all contributions members continue to pay their part if you have Medicare there's something you need to know there are all in one Medicare advantage plans that may include extra coverage for eyeglasses and dental care one complete bundle of insurance that includes hospital visits doctor care prescription drugs and may also include eyeglasses and dental care some of these plans may have no monthly plan premium that's right but zero dollar plan premium where available if you have Medicare learn more online at one card now dot com that's one card now dot com one card one company one complete package of benefits that may include extra coverage for your eye glasses and dental care in some of these plans have no monthly plan premium wizard one card now dot com one card now dot com that's one card now dot com pope Francis tweeting support for the saints not the same CD men Francis at the football world abuzz by throwing his weight behind the New Orleans Saints except the pontiff didn't mean to support the NFL team but the newly canonized saints of the Catholic Church today we give thanks to the lord for our hash tag St see posted using the team's hash tag by mistake but even if he intended different saints New Orleans supporters took it as a good omen A. 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U. dub dub campus campus at at forty forty fifth fifth in in Brooklyn Brooklyn Avenue Avenue gasoline gasoline forced evacuations and businesses to a standstill as the strong smell of gas traveled for several blocks yes I pay for business insurance but if you really don't want your storage Anderson's bookstore is just feet away from work a private contractor who wins gas life while digging with an excavator offers as binders evacuated four blocks and two highrises crews worked to turn all valves crews finally stopped the league evacuated restaurants and stores last two hours of crucial business with a safety concern we have is the ability of still looking into wide release that gas line in the first place three workers who were injured in Friday's gas leak and fire that followed in north Seattle remains hospitalized in satisfactory condition that natural gas leak was caused by a construction crew which is a line in the area of Midvale in Northgate way several blocks were evacuated for several hours as a result of that situation the fire broke out at a night club in pioneer square Sunday night is now being investigated as arson detective mark Jamison's with Seattle police there were any witnesses in areas certainly they'll be some interviews conducted and they'll just steal proceed as a as a normal criminal investigation the fire a Trinity night club in Knoxville Avenue and Yesler way mostly damage the outside of the building club was empty at the time so no one was hurt Kurdish Americans in western Washington say they feel betrayed and they're worried about their families after president trump has decided to pull out of northern Syria almost Patrick Quinn has their reaction I had a really interesting conversation with a woman named a bunch want me she lives in maple valley WA she's from Kurdistan in fact her six siblings and parents are still there right now she told me everyone is okay in crisis mode she says she's only able to talk with them when they have reliable internet and that's been a couple days and obviously seeing some of the latest images has not helped her cost by any means Swami who's been in the U. S. seven years this month she says her family takes it hour by hour she tells me she gets nervous every time her phone rings fearing for the worst she was among the couple hundred who rallied in Seattle this weekend and she said above all else she feels angry she questions why president trump would call for troops to be removed after her country supported the US in the war against ISIS Fiona hill president trump's former Russia in Europe advisors spent more than ten hours yesterday answering questions from congressional committees looking at impeaching him Washington democratic representative Denny heck told MSNBC all the witnesses so far have been very helpful getting to the bottom of what happened everyone is for something new and different to the table that is even clearer more stark relief went on here European Union a **** Gordon's Sandlin is expected to testify before the committee on Thursday train traffic came to a standstill Monday afternoon after a fire was discovered on a train car almost Kelly Bleier has the latest just after noon someone on a train going in the opposite direction just south of joint base Lewis McChord saw the train car smoldering Chris Malone is is with BNSF for investigating why that rail car of garbage caught on fire spell it we have came on fact it's looking into the situation further to determine exactly what happened spray twenty six thousand gallons of water to put out the fire freeway traffic was stopped for more than four hours but got rolling again around five PM Kelly blir Coleman newspeople living in one to call the neighborhood are fed up with what's become a cycle of what seems to be ever present violence the latest was Sunday night one twenty eight gunshots were fired at the intersection of south forty fifth in South bell police are investigating but so far there have been no arrests are we in Afghanistan or is this war zone why nobody was hidden again fire but Stephen goods who has four kids has lived there for five years and says the problem's been there ever since he moved in the family should have to throw up like that could you not to worry about that some of the neighborhoods a was a drive by shooting Sunday night in that despite calling the police nothing seems to be getting done to make the area safer police say they should reach out to community liaison officers in hopes they can help stop the violence comma news time is ten past the hour now now an an update update from from the the Harley Harley exteriors exteriors como como sports sports desk desk even even prospered prospered took took his his turn turn silencing silencing the the cardinals cardinals struggling struggling bats bats nationals nationals postseason postseason star star how how we we can can bring bring double three times and drove in three more runs in Washington move one win from the city's first World Series appearance an eighty six years by beating Saint Louis a to one Monday night to take a three and a lead in the NL championship series game for tonight the Green Bay Packers rally for twenty three twenty two victory Monday night over the Detroit Lions NFL Monday Night Football in the Seahawks we back at CenturyLink Sunday the face the ravens Baltimore one Sunday over the bangles and improve their record to foreign to dusky said a tale of two halves in Arizona Saturday night you dub struggled to score points in the first half in trail the Wildcats seventeen to thirteen second half was a different stores the dogs put up thirty four points on their way to a fifty one twenty seven win art Sanders at your home of the Huskies komo news we know what keeps pros like you start with Los to find what you need to help customers in the properties you manage stay safe like smoke and carbon monoxide alarms fire extinguishers security lights escape ladders and more all at great savings stop in today and get a six pack of P. 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Saks parent Hudson’s Bay joins Authentic Brands in Barneys bid
"A new bid for Barneys New York is in the works citing a person familiar with the matter the Wall Street journal says fissile Saks fifth Avenue's parent company has teamed up with authentic brands group on a nearly two hundred seventy million dollar bid the report says the offer would have saxophone by Hudson's bay company take over the bankrupt retailer's website launch Barney's departments in forty one of its stores and potentially take over some Barneys locations that offer by the way would top a separate one from an investor group led by trade show executives Sam than
Florida man who sent explosives to critics of Trump faces sentencing
"Eleven the Florida man who sent a series of letter bombs to critics of president trump is due in a New York City courtroom this morning for sentencing we get more from ABC news correspondent Erin catcher ski federal prosecutors said season sale deserves a life sentence after he pleaded guilty to constructing sixteen pipe bombs and sending them to politicians and public figures critical of president trump the bombs that targeted Barack Obama Hillary Clinton and others were built with explosives pool chemicals and glass shrapnel none exploded but prosecutors said they could at Saks said he was aware of the risk the bombs pose but later insisted they were part of a hoax the defense argued for a sentence of ten years saying say ox delusion beliefs made him act out to scare perceived enemies of president trump Aron Kader ski ABC
Turtle embryos may control their sex by moving inside their eggs
"That in many turtles or crocodiles and and quite a few lizards the six that an animal develops into is determined by the temperature that it experiences within the next week shine is a biologist at Macquarie university in Australia he says the first some turtle species exit incubate at lower temperatures produce all males and slightly higher temperatures produce all females this could cause problems because temperatures are rising to to climate change in parts of the world virtually no male sea turtles are hatching because it's too hot for them to develop so populations might have trouble reproducing and therefore surviving but what if turtle embryos could do something that keeps the male female ratio more even perhaps the embryo is of reptiles could move around within the egg because it might be a little bit warmer one end of the exam the other shine worked with Chinese researchers to study the Chinese three killed upon turtle he says it's AG's can have hotter zones and coolers owns the team wondered if an embryo could influence at Saks simply by moving to find the sweet spot to test that theory it they painted some eggs with a chemical so that the embryos couldn't sense heat just have to find it on the HL and you have an embryo inside it's no longer aware of the temperature differences within the egg these embryos didn't move around much and the turtles wound up being nearly all male or all female depending on whether the eggs were warm or cool embryos in eggs that will aren't treated behave very differently there are more active and hatched with a much more even male to female ratio it does seem as if the embryo has a lot more control over its destiny than we ever expected that idea is controversial biologist Boris tease AKC from Florida Atlantic University has a few questions like whether an embryo would have the muscle strength to reposition itself at that point in its development I would like a little bit more about data to be fully convinced I think shine says the team study in the journal current biology took
"saks" Discussed on The Viall Files
"I got used. She's she used me for Saks. Most guys aren't saying she used me for a blow job. You know because that's the kind of double standard of kind of a culture but he's GonNa feel used. I used if you continue to pretend to like a more than you do just to get laid. He'll never say it but because but society women will so just you you just gotta be up front and its unique relationship because this is not the stereotype but you still need to be honest about your feelings and you may find you because it can. He's young young and it's his first time. He may be trying to do and say the right things. You may be totally awesome and he's like wait. We can just we can just hook up and not like take it slow but we can missile have sex great but you definitely need to be as honest and upfront as possible and don't make excuses like why don't WanNa hurt his feelings and I didn't you know don't sugar coat it be because but be direct <hes> and see how he handles it because if he does get defensive in mean then then that's not okay either you know but the moment you start lying about your feelings is the moment that it becomes on you and you get yourself in your in trouble and then you're doing the wrong thing and he wants walkaway believe. There's lots more people who would like to go with this arrangement. Batas slow paced thing. I don't <music>. I get the impression that you're worried about. You won't find someone else now of course not no. I mean I just think that the way we're approaching. It is it's different. I think unique sense where those in college and this is virtually chip. I think he's like approaching. It like the first relationship like I asked him how. We're the girl spending on this but I'm sort of just like okay like let's explore other things and then maybe we can see like what we want to label it totally again you don't. I mean maybe you do or not but he is young and most of his thought process and how he's going about. This part of his life is probably coming from how he was raised is or what he thinks he should do or shouldn't be doing so again the only way to get on the same page as to talk about it and be up front and a lot of people even you know you're young but even people as they get older still don't openly communicate about maybe that juxtaposition between the the physical relationship they want and the emotional relationship they want and you should just do that and you seem reluctant but like you will won't. I promise you you won't regret it. You may not get the the outcome you want but you will feel better about being on the same page Mary Brown all right. You might so elga. Let us know let us you're all. You're seeing anything wrong. All you're saying is I like you. I love our physical relationship but I just I'm not ready to dive in emotionally and I need you to know that and I like I want to respect your feelings to you. Know beautiful really great. You're GONNA be crate. You're not seeing your own. Don't worry about it. Just be honest more power to you. You're doing great. This is awesome all right. Take all right bye bye. Hello beautiful well. I'm glad that we get to see your face at least welcome Harland. How are you good. Thank you how can we. I hope well <hes> I had emailed and because I <hes> I I have some questions for you. Concerning your <hes> essential essential oils I guess or the futures that you're that you're selling <hes> so what I'm trying to find out is I have never been a person who has he's had to deal with <hes>. Thankfully I have not dealt with anxiety or depression in the past <hes> however with my situation recently I have been dealing with a lot of anxiety the point that at times it <hes> and it hits me at times..
This is what truly creative people have in common
"I'm always fascinated by creative souls. You know, I I think that there's something very special about creative people. And I guess Allen Canada's too because he's the founder and CEO of track. Maven a software analytics firm whose clients have included Microsoft Mary at Saks Fifth Avenue. Home depot. Aetna, Honda and on and on. He's also been on the thirty under thirty list for both Incan Forbes and his new book is out. It's called the creative curve and Allen had the opportunity to look at some of the most creative people that we know in our in our culture right now to find out what makes them tick. And it includes interviews with so many in Alan, welcome. Congratulations on this book. Thanks for having me. So how many people did you interview for this book? So here you twenty five people and everyone from Patrick and Paul songwriting duo behind. Do you have an ad LaLa land and the greatest showman. Two Michelin star chefs billionaire sort of everything you could imagine in between. Wow. What was there a thread that every single one of them had? And by the way, don't forget the flavor team at Ben and Jerry's. Who are all surprisingly skinny that's kind of shocking. Joe one of the thread thought was so interesting was that we think of creativity in this way where it's almost inaccessible. But the things that these people do to be extraordinary is really the ordinary people who do something extra book. It's all about that extra. What is it that they do there's a couple of keeping found one of them? But it's all over and over again, creative are also some of the biggest consumers of their field. You know, we think about consumption is almost. Creativity right consumers consume craters create. But actually, he's really great creative. One of the things they do go very deep in their vertical consume everything. Oh, I lost. You did. We lose him. Just my feet. He's not talking though. Right allen. Are you there? We have to get him back. Hopefully, we can get Alan back. He was saying consumption. So he explores how the science behind the why consumption of information can provide your own flashes of genius. And then imitation. This is an interesting one. I wish you were with us to talk a little bit about this. But imitation creatives have to find a way to add just the perfect amount of novelty to do this. They engage in something that may seem surprising surprising invitation. He said they also have creative communities and Alan shows. How building a community? Oh, alan. I'm just reading some of the different initiatives that the threads of imitation creative communities. Yeah. To what are the things? That's so interesting is that. Yeah. You think of creative of these solo geniuses, but actually the best creatives work within community, Steve Jobs, and Steve Wozniak had multiple employees from day one. And so we have that they'd be as creative as doing it all them cells dangerous because the best creative self aware about their weaknesses, and they go, and they find other people who can support the better. So alan. You you say in this in this new book of yours sat. These are. So there's a sense of community. There's an opportunity to see what's been successful for mothers by imitation. Their ferocious can can they are ferocious with your consumption. What's the what's the last piece that you? That. They don't understand that. They're not. They're not going to a writer's cabin and writing the book. You hear stories like that? But the vast majority of creatives go through this laborious process, if it's a book of its rewriting the song, it's constantly refining and refining chefs who were on menu stand up comedian to work out their jokes for months and months. So we have this idea is creativity at very linear better reality, create anything. But in the best creativity comes from that refinement, and from that editing getting it to beat at right idea at the right time for the audience by getting in front of people getting that feedback not creating within evacuate.
"saks" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"In the mid December period. I don't know what was going on. Then they also said they've invested in a group of stores at are. They're called they call magnets. They put in new lighting new fixtures. Better assortment of merchandise, better technology. But one retail analyst said the magnet stores are doing well, but the rest of the changes struggle because the other stores are dispiriting and crammed with stock. I've seen that some Macy's stores are really nice some of them are just jammed where you can barely walk through. And it looks tacky. It looks really cheap. It cheapens. The look oh, speaking of so Saks Fifth Avenue. Oh man was I disappointed. So we this was just before Christmas, and we were over in that area. We're by Rockefeller Center, and and. Saks has for the Christmas season the front of their store on Fifth Avenue. They put up this emormous light display that was attached to the front of the Saks Fifth Avenue building. Well, that was really something else. Oh, wasn't that fun and had music, and it was exciting. And it was a nice light show. And I always always always have loved walking into Saks. It was the most beautiful department store, absolutely gorgeous. When you walked in. So I'm all excited. We're there's light shows going on we walk in the the the front door of of Saks Fifth Avenue. What is this? What is this? What where did they moved? You know, how they have makeup and perfume and things like that always on the first floor of a department store. This kind of a rule and retail marketing is you put all that stuff on the first floor. You put them in downstairs you put other stuff upstairs. They they they moved the makeup and perfumes and all that to some other floor and they've chopped up the whole floor. No almost no Christmas decorations, and they're they're they're looks like they're leasing out to different brands like little mini stores on the first floor. It looked terrible terrible. I don't even want to go into sex anymore. It used to be so glamorous in some junior vice president somewhere that I've got it. Let's get rid of this beautiful department store, and let's make it will lease out the floorspace all these different brands. It's terrible. The macy's. Yes. Macy's are. Nice. Some you walk into in. They're absolutely packed with merchandise. You can't walk through there. It looks cheap. Phone number's eight five five two nine five six thousand six hundred zero. Why did Macy's have a bad December, which is critical and target did fabulous. Matthew in Altoona, Pennsylvania? Hello, matthew. Are you doing I'm doing great? I point out. We don't have a Costco here, we have Sam's Club. But. Same mall. Yeah. Macy's and mall is just really expensive the the it's overpriced and my wife got a gift card, and we went out there. And she's like. I wouldn't wear these clothes. He's old lady. Oh. So don't they have a young lady section or something? Don't they? I mean. Yeah, they have old ladies close over here. But they have young ladies close over there. Don't they? Not really and on top of that. I think this year with with everything being the way it is. I think people are more practical gifts. Gives me something I can use not something that's gonna give me some instant gratification. But something that I keep using it would've loved someone bought me a pallet of toilet paper from from from Sam's Club. Toilet paper for the rest of the year. Well, give me your address. He maybe we can send you a box of toilet paper. I I don't think I don't think when whenever your loved ones were thinking. Now, let's see what can we get mad you for Christmas toilet, vapor? That's it. That'll be the cool. They know us. The jury always need an extra always need an extra tool. I don't know why. But she have a drawer full of tools that you don't you haven't used twice. But. When you needed him, the Anita occasion. Yes. Exactly. Yeah. Right. So Macy's old lady clothes and do expensive. You need toilet paper. All right, Matthew. Thank you preciado, the call Clinton in Sacramento. Hello clinton. Welcome. You're on the Tom Sullivan show. I just wanted to say that me, and my wife, we went to Costco. I got like little toll said, you know, for one person and another person, you know, I got like just set and stuff. Got like knickknacks and stuff of other stuff on just like target and stuff. They don't always have big, bulky food. I thought that was the whole thing was everything I thought everything was by the giant size it at Costco. Maybe I'm wrong. Not everything. I mean, some things it's like you have to get you on just get one thing. I mean, something to get like a lot. But I mean, they have. Some knickknack stuff like like it was sad. Or or toll set you by even just headlamp? Just. So the work. Walmart. But I mean, it's more not as choosy you need your Christmas shopping at Costco, and you found stuff to check off your list. Good. Yeah. We didn't all go to Costco, lotta places, but I'll make Costco. We bought quite a bit never going to get in to Macy's. Even your. We don't even have a Macy's Riley. I live in reading reading area. Okay. I'm a truck driver. So that's why I got you. So. Yeah. And. The stairs. Also too. I lost him. I went into macey's like your last caller said, they usually overprice and easy. Don't have stuff that. I really care for. And would you would you like a case of toilet paper or anything like that? Would that do? Yeah. Maybe some ex-presidents or.
"saks" Discussed on Guys We F****d
"They're so hot, and they're really good at Saks, you watch them, and I'm gonna blow you, and and so there there was a room behind me even further not the when he was looking into and this really Hawkeye was getting blown. And he started looking at me. And so I I like pulled my underwear down and like wave my Posey and his face 'cause I knew he was watching. And all right. I was so hot. And then I I was blowing him and and then the guy comes in like right before the night wraps up. You kinda can feel it this guy who's part of like just a a party goer. He comes in. And I'm blowing this guy, and I look up, and I give this guy that thumbs up and they keep blowing. And the person goes did you just thumbs up that guy? Like I did. I don't know why. And it was just very funny. So is just as magical night. I'll never forget it. It was just so perfect. And then we get to our bags, and we get our things, you know, you put your phone away right in a locker in not in the locker coat like put. Yeah. I mean, nothing was Uh-huh. done. Everything's fine. But a. And I got a text from Stephen. And it said, hey, were you at this place, my friend who was a dominate tricks? I'm not going to say her name dominatrix and her friends said they saw you there and. I I can't I'm so angry even talking about it. I was so mad. I felt I felt so discussing I felt spied on. I felt like first of all. Discretion. Yes question is a huge part of these environments against Laurie motherfucking dominatrix. And if you all God, I hope you're fucking listening. If you are a dumb and nature IX for a living, and you go and see somebody that you know, they're ex and text the X then I'm there. Fuck you. Fuck you. I'm so mad. I mean, she should be fired. That's completion have her membership. Revoked I already wrote the established me I was very mad completely unprofessional. I haven't had the final correspondence with the owner yet. He's responded wider way. Like that is completely unacceptable. I'm very upset. And then apparently she had an apology to give like I don't want that. Fuck you hire her because of the sex educator podcast of the sex club on here. Then no, no one will go because all no, it's not a discrete place to have sex, which is. And I was going to plug it because I was like everyone to know about this..
"saks" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"Usual once again this year and customer traffic to malls. And shopping centers is four percent higher than a year ago. According to the shopping centers association, the woman in her thirties who was at the shops at Columbus circle said I like the idea of having a lot of different shops all in one place so stores, and some malls are not dead yet stores may be coming back to some degree in response to the internet and e-commerce social media, maybe losing some of its appeal. There were not a lot of articles about dropping Facebook a year ago was I recall Associated Press says Facebook considers using Facebook account to log into other services as giving permission for them to share your data and friends with other companies feel log in through Facebook to someplace else. Dow futures are up nineteen points home sales in the northeast are still lower than a year ago. But they did pick up last month Zillow says home buyers and sellers are both confused though about the real estate market right now between chat changes in real estate related tax deductions and the stock market. Many houses are selling in thirty or forty days though, that's a lot faster than in the past three months was the average said some points because demand exceeds supply right now. Cabbie's medallion owners say they will file a suit today to stop the new two dollars fifty cents surcharge on tab fares from going into effect on January first they said, there was no rational way to blame. Cabs for congestion there. Reduce congestion. Almost twenty five percent of upheld. Rides are now pulled rides at lower fares and sacks will close its women's pop up store in Manhattan, but keep its men's pop up idea testing store. Saks says it's women customers prefer shopping at this flagship Saks Fifth Avenue or online. I'm Joe Connolly for Bloomberg on WCBS News Radio. Eight eighty when it comes to taking care of your family and keeping.
"saks" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Three takeaways one interception. Two fumble recoveries eleven turnovers for the photo Niners that is minus eight that a second worst in the NFL that's behind Jacksonville to give you an idea of that the teams around the forty Niners. How about the raiders the giants the colts those are the type of company or keeping when you're that low in the minus turnover. So those are teams that are not great don't have a lot of talent. And they're shooting themselves in the foot at about the lack of Saks Saks. Twenty six twenty four th in the NFL at nine nine. Pittsburgh is I they've nineteen. It's that combination right now. The forty Niners are turning it over they may be taking a little bit too much risk, but they're turning it over and they're not turning their opponents over it's a bad combination. It's hard to win games in the NFL when you're losing on the turnover table. In fact, you could make an a statement this year, that's true. Which is the forty Niners are undefeated when they win the turnover battle. The only the only game they've won the turnover battle this year was Detroit. And that was that was a win coincidentally their only win some right? We're gonna take time out. We're gonna come back with more. We're going to hear from Kyle Shanahan in his thoughts on Monday night. Football can the Niners play a clean game. We're going to hear what she has to say about his rookie, right? Tackle Mike mcglinchey. Ted Robinson is going to check in from the broadcast booth. Five fifteen we'll have kickoff from Lambeau Niners and Packers and it should be a good one hopefully nine hundred hang around in this one you'll hear Ted Robinson. And Tim Ryan on the call on are six eighty the sports leader KNB are six eighty you have an ugly asphalt driveway, a.
"saks" Discussed on Katie Couric
"You know, Bloomingdales and Saks, and of course Barney's and then from the window dressing, and then Jonathan, we're going to get to your sorta career in a second. But if from the window dressing you went, it allowed you to branch out in incredible ways. Will I, when I did my book piece of cut plan, who is the editor of the New York observer? He said to me who you should, your book is funny. You should come write a column for us. So during the day I was working at Barney's, then I go home and bang out this week. We call him for the New York. Observer and piece of coupling was just one of those very special people in the newspaper. Fire him, give a not quite sure how that played out. But Jared, Kushner ended up buying the observer. Yes. And did you work at all under Jared, Kushner? Yeah, under isn't the preposition because he owns the paper. So I was one of many people just banging out there, call them and sending it in. Yeah, we've a lap the, but you know, I would see him at the Christmas party you I know Jonathan encourage Simon to write that column because he said you've got gotta do this. I hate to give Simon compliments. And clearly I typically do not. However I will keep it real in this thing. Simon is bizarre. Polymath who is visually extraordinarily gifted but can right? Like no one else. And it's like, I think it might be an English thing where English I, there are other English people who are like prominent in one field who suddenly can pick up a pen and. Really turn a phrase, like believe it or not. Joan Collins. Like I've read some her writing. She's very sharp and quick and Simon's like one of those English people who just manages to capture his cheeky voice in writing and it can I make a sweeping generalization about the English. I think that you all value writing and talking and language and diction a lot more than Americans do. I think, really over enunciating. When you're saying this Brian. Word, I think you're sort of informally trained in based on the way you are educated and talk to your peers. And therefore most British people I know are really good talkers and writers. A my theory is that America is an incredibly playful culture. Like the first thing you see when I saw when I moved to allay was people stretching at a bus stop bouncing a bowl, like again, pink tights. Feb as as sort of west very playful culture. But when people get into print, they get very formal, like I'm writing an essay now on blah, blah blah, or as England is an incredibly formal culture. Historically, structurally, when they get into print, you just don't care. Like that's when you're you're only obligation is to be entertaining. So like going to the pub, your only obligation is to make people laugh until funny stories. So there's like a lot of cultural stuff that I think makes English people that have that sort of witty loose panache with words that you know someone the education to back it up though, generally, right? Yeah, like Tina Brown or not even like it's often into the cab drivers who are cockney east London. People have the best gift of gab, but on the English tip back to our relationship for once. I think one of the reasons we ended up together is that English people really like. Take the piss out of each other, like they tease each other ruthlessly and relentlessly as a sign of affection. And that's how I've always rolled. But Americans don't typically do that. I think Americans don't you think people in America more delicate? Yeah, like we don't make fun of each other ruthlessly and immediately. Oh, I did good. More time for us to take a quick break. When we come back, we're going to help Simon and Jonathan. Remember when their wedding anniversary is that's right after this..
Julia Louis-Dreyfus Has Come Out the Other Side After Breast Cancer Battle
"A comedy about life in the White House will be returning its ailing star is feeling better. Julia Louis Dreyfuss says she feels strong she has energy and she's back to her old tricks. The seventh and final season of veep has begun filming. Louis Dreyfus has helped design a t shirt with poppies that will sell for thirty five dollars at Saks stores in October it will raise money for the Air's foundation, which helps breast cancer survivors with reconstruction costs after mastectomies Louis drive. His says she's often
"saks" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"It's Tuesday July twenty, four you're listening to the Glenn Beck program when's the last time you were in a mall I went to a mall, couple of weeks ago with, my wife I haven't I haven't been to a mall in a in a long time and boy it. Has changed, and this was. One of the nicer malls here in. Texas and two things are going well in Texas But all these stores, were just closed I read an article that Barneys. Saks Fifth Avenue across from Rockefeller Center Saks. Fifth Avenue this is the the. Original gambles store from miracle on thirty fourth street that's that was. The gambles. Headquarters and now it's Saks Fifth Avenue they're talking now about selling, it tearing it down and, making it into office space these all of these big huge department stores that's a thing of the past What is what is. The plan for these giant malls that are. Sitting empty all across the country We wanted to. Bring on Nolan gray he is a young voices advocate, he's a contributor for market urbanism dot com he is a young guy. Who is a city planner and a guy who is a libertarian and he just received last week the young voices award at freedom fest in Las Vegas is a new award from reason magazine that goes to libertarian policy writers who who work actively to To translate ideas into actual results that are free market ideas welcome to the program Nolan how are you Glen thanks so first of all congratulations on the award thank you. Thank you now you are. A city planner Which a. A libertarian. City planner. Is almost an oxymoron isn't it Yeah right well yeah I went into the mission, when I told him I probably the most libertarian thing to study and they told me, city planning I became interested in it as something that has a huge impact on the. Places, that. We, live, it's an area of policy that you know for obvious reasons has mostly been neglected by people, who care about freedom and liberty And so it it just seemed like a place to have a really big. Impact so how what is your what is your? Opinion of Houston Houston is the only city in America that is left without city planners I believe. Or at least it used to be and it seems to be doing fine why do we need all of the city planning Yeah right eastern fascinating they're the only major US cities not have. Zoning which is where cities? Break-up parts of the city two? Different districts for a certain uses or certain densities so they don't have, any of, that extra the only city that voted on Sony and they voted it down. Three times every other cities sort of quietly adopted Means and is it is it is it failing in any way Well, if? You look at. The population growth numbers I mean revealed preferences right it's not failing tons, of people. Are moving into. Houston, and, the. People who, live there love, it they love it yeah right right I mean like, any city it has its challenges like traffic or but you know relative to cities that are much more heavily planned if. Not. Entirely obvious what Houston, is missing in a lot of respect so so what is, the what is the what is the city of tomorrow look like especially with the malls and do you do you agree? That you know Saks Fifth Avenue and Macy's and, Lord and Taylor, I think just, went out of New York City but you know? You know you you have huge Traditions and swaths of property, that are these, giant department stores, are they gone Yeah we're. Talking about hundreds of acres of urban, land the mini cases and prime locations most of these don't have a plan so all sorts of different things that really. Happening with it My hometown of moss. Adams empty for about a decade and then turned into a mega church a lot of cases they're being redeveloped as office space you know more housing so new apartments or single family homes most cities don't really have. A plan and they've sort of locked in this mall zoning where. The only, thing that really can, be developed, on those lot are. New malls and where there's just no demand for that it's, not entirely? Clear. What can happen in the policy status quo so I if I'm not mistaken you..
"saks" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM
"It's Tuesday July twenty, four you're listening to the Glenn Beck program when's the last time you were at a mall I went to a mall couple of weeks ago with, my wife and I haven't I haven't been to a mall. In in a long time and boy it. Has changed, and this is. One of the nicer malls here in. Texas in two things are going well in Texas But all. These stores were just closed I, read an article that Barneys Saks Fifth Avenue across. From Rockefeller Center Saks Fifth Avenue this is. The you know the original gambles. Store from you know miracle on thirty fourth street that's that was the gambles headquarters. And now it's Saks Fifth Avenue they're talking now about selling it tearing it down and, making it into office space these all of these big huge. Department stores that's a thing of the past What is what is. The plan for these giant malls that are. Sitting empty all across the country We wanted. To bring Nolan gray he is a young voices advocate, he's a contributor for market urbanism dot com he is a young guy. Who is a city planner and a guy who is a libertarian and he just received last week the young voices award at freedom fest in Las Vegas is a new award from reason magazine that goes to libertarian policy writers who who work actively to To translate ideas into actual results that are free market ideas welcome to the program Nolan how are you Glen thanks. So first of all congratulations. On the ward Thank, you. Thank you now you, are a city planner Which a. Libertarian city. Planners almost an oxymoron isn't it Yeah right well yeah I went into the mission when I, told him I made the most libertarian thing to study and they told me, city planning Nice just became interested in it As something that has a huge impact on the places that we live scenario policy that you know for obvious reasons has mostly been neglected by people who care about, freedom and liberty and so it it just seemed like a place. To have a really, big impact so what is your? What is your opinion of Houston Houston is the only city in America that, is left, without a city planners I believe or at least it used to be the and. It seems to be doing fine why do we? Need, all. Of the city planning yeah Yeah right eastern fascinating they're the only major US city to not. Have zoning which is? Where cities break-up arts of the? City in two different districts for certain uses or certain densities so they don't, have any, of that extra the only city that voted on voting and they voted it down. Three times every other cities sort of quietly adopted? It Means and is it is it is it failing in any way Well, if? You look. At the population growth numbers I mean revealed preferences right not failing tons, of people. Are moving into. Houston, and, the. People who, live there love it they love it yeah right right I mean, like any city has its challenges like traffic or but you know relative to cities that are much more heavily planned if. Not. Entirely obvious what Houston, is missing in a lot of respect so so what is, the what is the what is the city of tomorrow look like especially with the malls, and do you do you? Agree that you know Saks Fifth Avenue Macy's and, Lord and Taylor, I think just, went out of New York City but you know? You know you you have huge Traditions and swaths of property, that are these, giant department stores, are they gone Yeah well we're. Talking about hundreds of acres of urban, land in many cases and prime location most of these don't have a plan so all sorts of different things that really. Happening with it My hometown of mall set empty, for about a decade and then turned into a mega church It a, lot of cases they're. Being redeveloped as office space you know more housing new apartments or new though single family homes most cities don't really have a plan and they've sort of locked in this mall zoning where the only thing that really. Can be developed on those lot are new malls and where there's. Just no, demand for that it's, not entirely clear what can happen in. The policy status quo so I if I'm not mistaken you, would know, better than I do but I believe the first mall in America was in Rochester New, York and it was in the fifties or sixties and mainly because it's fricken freezing.
"saks" Discussed on Toure Show
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"saks" Discussed on The Chris Moyles Show on Radio X Podcast
"Why did me up grades great so then i ring him back and i leave him a message and then i drop him at saks then dropped him another text another text based it's got to show that picture of joy my eyes it's been three months of two single thing back from a nothing he doesn't apply to anybody messes he left me a random voicemail then that's it just go from new vision for your to the non those and then that's it i'm text them like a loon all green all green the one in our lay ad almost codesharing earlier beyond while the very similar both toll dads i wished i'd had a little cameo in game of thrones that annoy everybody pumped up and game of thrones voted to cause same higher among friends edge here's what do you do something similar would you tell a new joke to nuns in cow have you ever noticed heavily in steelers in the sheriff is it used to be like that the kind of thing you a game of thrones men i've been watching vikings lately see now vikings i feel i would like of head it's brilliant you've no it's it's fine pretty brilliant stuff i have to watch at home with my wife right and stuff that's grand i can watch on tour tour manager okay vikings i watch on tour retour manager walking dead man walking dad's walking dead my wife gave out oprah while ago we watch these together and then we break off yeah she stuck with what was the name of true blood riot couldn't be bothered and then she come back datings me like oh tro bloods really silly now i've vampires back away.
"saks" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM
"Motor city madman says the hog is lying had i show one o'clock today and i'll explain right then on newsradio k k o b yet another security breach a major security breach this past week to companies that you would not think would be susceptible to them you would think by this time had been a number and enough of these breaches that people get the idea they still have some vulnerabilities and they would tighten them up well one of the big ones was under armor one hundred fifty million customers exposed under armour reported a breach about a month after it happened is the desk thinking now in this case none of the breach turned out to contain enough data for hackers to profit from so whatever happened they revere nabbed in the process or the hackers didn't get everything that they needed over the weekend the owner of saks fifth avenue reported they were subject to security breach the data of potentially five million shoppers was exposed so each of these breaches serves as yet another reminder that you're not safe out there but there are things you can do i mean if the places on under armor saks fifth avenue target anywhere if you're a customer of any of these places if you think you're only security is whatever they offer you're wrong there is somewhere else you can go that does a much better job of protecting your online identity.
"saks" Discussed on WCHS
"Five eighty wchs yet another security breach a major security breach this past week to companies that you would not think would be susceptible to them you would think by this time they've been a number and enough of these breaches that people get the idea they still have some vulnerabilities and they would tighten them up well one of the big ones was under armor one hundred fifty million customers exposed under armor reported a breach about a month after it happened is the that's thinking now in this case none of the breach turned out to contain enough data for hackers to profit from so whatever happened they revert nabbed in the process or the hackers didn't get everything that they needed over the weekend the owner of saks fifth avenue reported they were subject to security breach the data of potentially five million shoppers was exposed so each of these breaches services yet another reminder that you're not safe out there but that there are things you can do i mean if the places on under armor saks fifth avenue target anywhere if you're a customer of any of these places if you think you're only security is whatever they offer you're wrong there.
"saks" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir
"Contract also unlinked account like facebook an email from the phone and finally perform a factory reset to wipe away any store data tom that reset is so important all right stephanie thank you time now for the index a twenty year old in louisville kentucky is in stable condition after a traffic stop gunfight with police body cam showing officers responding to a suspicious vehicle call elijah eubanks refusing orders to get out of the car asking why he's being harassed an officer opens the door and eubanks is seen raising a hand and officer yelling done and then shots ring out police recovered a revolver they say you banks fired neither officer was injured a high school student in houston with a guardian angel to thank after afforded kidnapped attempt take a look at this a mom named cecilia and her daughter telling a young woman to get in their car after watching her fight off with kidnap suspect on her walk home from school the mom hits the gas a ten minute chase police called they finally box the suspect in police taking him into custody he's facing several charges that mom's saying god had a plan that day and a widespread data breach hitting a pair of major retailers the personal information for saks fifth avenue and lord and taylor customers compromised parent company hudson's bay did not reveal how many accounts were affected but the disclosure made after a hacking group last week was allegedly shopping stash of five million stolen debit and credit cards many of them tied to that retail breach and they're gonna need a bigger boat a monster gray white shark stocking police in a rubber wrapped up the southern coast of australia the moment caught on camera there the beasts looming larger than the two men dinghy they nicknamed the shark noah we're happy to report tonight the close encounter with this real life jaws and did their finally tonight the easter surprised the fifth grade teacher going above and beyond making sure students didn't miss out some of the holiday fun this fifth graders face says it all.
"saks" Discussed on WMEX 1510 AM
"Places like saks fifth avenue they're gonna bloomingdale's big bloomingdale's that's big yeah i think so i don't i always thought that was like macy's competitor now that was kimble's in miracle on thirty four street skim off and agree that now i don't know i i think parliament boondoggles always been of no i think i've never been spencer's was a high or you gotta the louis vitton store oh okay all right that when i get well i mean but you know where i am in my career of being recognised in walmart's not zone today canada world yeah you knew something if you buy that chain over there it's a it's not real gold at the close enough i just can't disposable brief leuchter book who cares said than others wearing this this one day all right away i haven't disposable wardrobe where at once in chuck is going to wash at stuff you ever see what it looks like when it gets out of the drier or things on misshapen is already ripped for these already heels and it will happen your wife says clearly on this tag do not wash throw wherever you ever done throw out oh my god bless you if i that's a great way for those type of stores to market that yes disposable clothing we'll by my by all day caitian in some despite calls when we get there you don't the pact is by am i glad i got this you've got you guys get a walmart looking for a high probably i don't want the kawldora crap i want walmart you know the good stuff 'goodstone oh i'm glad leach me none around anymore give me a walmart and he did get the best wrangler selection let me make link the ugliest me by the way ever notice that though when you go yeah place like that like when i was a kid i never thought hey where's like a a rainbow unicorns sure i could wear and i'm a boy but you know what i.
"saks" Discussed on WDRC
"The by button so this is what is what is happening and you know if you have been following the whole story about shopping this year uh you have heard the stories at some of the big stores macy's soares like that up at anfield they had to close and some of these big was saks fifth avenue in some areas of the united states they have had to close these were the big big money on monday stores and people just don't wanna get all caught up all caught up in these in these crowds but according to salesforce dot com which ya analyzes data from five hundred million shoppers worldwide across more than two thousand seven hundred and fifty retail sites by salesforce expects the pattern to repeat this year and next year over listen to this now over thanksgiving weekend last year okay last year an estimated one hundred egged nine million people online compared with ninety nine made in stores.
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