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"somerville" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"In Somerville. This happened sometime last night after nine o'clock officials are looking for your help, and they're also looking for a white van with front end. Damage. It's 8 18 and mostly cloudy skies in Boston, although every once in a while we'll catch a glimpse of the sun. It's 47 degrees. For the moment, President Biden continues to push his more than $2 trillion plan to rebuild America, and the report card is in for Massachusetts infrastructure. WBC's Jim McKay says it appears we got some work to do. Well, I guess you can say we passed White House officials giving the Commonwealth a C minus, and that may sound bad, but it's worthy to note There wasn't one state that received better than a C Plus, At least that's the excuse. We get to tell Mom and dad as we explain ourselves at the dinner table, the biggest problem for the Commonwealth, let's start with driving some 472 bridges. And 1100 miles of highway are considered in poor condition. Since 2011 all you drivers out there have spent 11% more time behind the wheel because of traffic and our transit system is also considered outdated by the feds. All of this comes as the state is getting ready to make their pitch for federal dollars. Help fix all of these problems of possible and they clearly need a lot of attention. Jim McKay WBC Boston's news radio developments overseas this morning in Berlin today, U S Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin announces an additional 500 U. S troops will be sent to Germany our commitment to our force presence in Germany. Which is good for the United States. And good for NATO.
Boston-Area City of Revere Opens COVID-19 Vaccination Clinic for Veterans
"Day for hundreds of veterans who haven't gotten their covert vaccines. Yet. Somerville's office of veteran sir It says, teaming up with veteran services and Revere and the V A Boston Healthcare system opening Ah, one day walk in vaccine clinic that leave easy. Suzanne Saz ville. They're keeping a cheerful at this v F W in Revere. a nurse with of a Boston healthcare system, says it's their first pop of vaccination clinics since the Save Lives Act was passed. It expands vaccine access to veterans, their spouses and caregivers. They served us, so it's our turn to serve them and we want to make sure that we break down every possible barrier so they don't even have to make an appointment. We don't even have another coming. They could just show up. Dan Drennan is one of those veterans woke up this morning, Tohno, Every veteran in this state that I know, texting me and saying, Hey, the V F W and Revere is doing a vaccine site for vets today, so get up there and do it now. It's like, all right, Roger about 200. People got their shots on Saturday. They'll come back here on the 24th for their second dose. And
Mom allegedly abandoned, then killed, 6-year-old son; dumped body in river
"Mother. Who was charged now indicted in the tragic death of one of her three Children. Britney Ghazni and her boyfriend, James Hamilton, are now under indictment by a Butler County grand jury in the death of Ghazni, six year old son James last weekend. The child's body is yet to be found after Ghazni and Hamilton allegedly dumped him in the Ohio River in Lawrenceburg. Ghazni, reportedly confessed to killing her first grader in a horrible scenario in which the little boy Tried to hold on to his mom's vehicle but was dragged and possibly run over at Rush run Wildlife area near Somerville and Prebble County.
As Massachusetts COVID Restrictions Loosen, Some Boston Communities Remain Skeptical
"Are going to start the show talking about the latest reopening measures which go into effect today across the commonwealth indoor performance spaces recreation centers can now open at fifty percent capacity restaurants. No longer have a capacity limit. Although they must enforce social distancing but they're now also allowed to offer live music performances now. Some communities city of boston somerville are holding back on some of these measures for at least a few weeks because the fact is some see the state's loosening restrictions as foolish and premature while others see it as much needed relief. Here's what governor baker had to say while addressing the media at a vaccine clinic at morning star baptist church and mattapan this morning. it doesn't mean however that people can or should let down their guard. Everybody knows what it takes wearing masks socially distancing washing your hands not participating in a lot of informal gatherings with people who aren't part of your home household babo and understanding and recognizing the caution remained the watchword here
Boston's Somerville Keeping Business Capacity Limits At 25% Despite State Increasing To 45%
"As the state eases capacity limits on restaurants, gyms and other businesses effective Monday, going from 25 to 45%, the city of Somerville says it will not capacity limits in Somerville will remain a 25% or the limits set in the business is safety plan or the cities? Safety plan until further notice. Somerville also continues to limit attendance at indoor and outdoor gatherings to no more than 10 persons until further notice. Governor Baker says covert numbers continue to trend in the right direction, and that's why he's increasing the limit.
Boston Bruins Honor Lifelong Fan Who Died Of COVID-19
"The first time in 320 days, playing the home game at the Garden. And they're able to come away with the wind. Shrew has to score hand Rustin eyes in the Bruins come back from two goals down in the third period toe win in a shootout on that is the scoring they've been looking for. For the bees. Jacket words, Nessen all in the call as the Bruins beat the Flyers last night, and their first came back at the Garden and nearly a year And before the game, they were paying honor to one of the most diehard bees fans you will find anywhere in New England, Stephens suppose to who had been a season ticket holder for the past 42 years. However, he died from complications of covert 19 back on January. 12th. The Somerville native, was a lifelong Bruins fan last night. His send off included Bruins national anthem singer taught Anjali Singing the anthem before last night's broadcast outside of his family's home in Somerville will have some of that throughout the morning as well. Mr Supola, may you rest in peace. It's
"somerville" Discussed on Glowing Up
"So let me tell you. Buy something. And i've been in plastic surgery for the first half of my career and i worked for the best. I literally could rearrange my face and body a hundred times over. And i have to say. I started drinking the kool aid being there and luckily i have. This awesome. Husband is like hell. No you need to stay you that the you wouldn't let me right and i'm so grateful because he loves me for me but i'll tell you when i knew i made the right choices because i've done little things right. I've done a little bit of similar. I had my is done When i was a little younger. Because i really heavy eyelid little lip injection and that's about it but When i had my baby say he has my is but you don't know that he has my is because i had my is done and i have to tell you it made me sad and just you know. Listen you guys. The younger generation. Like i have these beautiful girls coming to me and joaquin. 'cause they're watching their peers change. Their entire face layer lip or knows their job. Owns their butts now. I don't get that but do everything right. Like it's so manufactured in china surgery. Oh yeah i know carolina to be fair unit. That one girl. I know a girl who into mexico to get china done. That's aside now circling back. Yeah are getting a lot done a lot done. So here's what. I'm gonna tell you girls k. Because when you age you're gonna start to like yourself a little bit more. And i was just talking with a friend. We just like literally on our way here that i wish i could tell my twenty three year old self right How much to love my body and and my youth and my face and everything in love myself during that time because at that time i felt like oh my god. I'm so sad. And i'm like i if i had that body right now i'd be running down the beach with nothing on. It would not be good with social media. So i so charm i tell. All of the girls amend the amy. I'm like listen. We can make you look like you wanna little tau dear lip or we want to even out something or we want to give you these types of little tweaks dome change who you are. Because later in life i mean. Sometimes it's like if you have a huge nose really bothers you or you don't have a flat chest and you don't feel great you wanna get. That's all great. But i'll tell you when you have your babies if you have babies you're gonna look at that little baby and you're you're going to be like oh i change that. I don't look anything like my my child. And there's something weird about that like you're something vote you lose something like I shouldn't have done that. So i just caution everyone you know. 'cause i i'm in it right. I'm in that industry. So i'm really really Were more conservative. We want we want you to look like you that we want you to look at your bestself. So it's so. Yeah and i have a lotta girls come in and they are plumbed and they want more more and more and i have people that i send them to that i go. Here's this person they're gonna give you what you want. But you're not gonna get it here. You know i just is not what i want to put my name on. So yeah so i know that's harsh but i just how it's it's so it's great advice and i think it's something that women need to hear all the time and i just think it's so psychological happy general looking at an old photo of yourself and six months ago could be five years ago and you remember being there that night and go and getting ready to go out and going. I hate the way. I look mike and like amazing amazing such a trip. It is such a trip. I you gotta like remind yourself of that and then like look in the mirror with that attitude and you're like yes is. This is good jazz. Say like really. Try as young women. Because we don't do this. We don't try and look at yourself and love yourself right now because i'll tell you it goes out it. Does it you now like the boobs had down. You know the belly held the hunt comes down and get saggy the like. I'm starting to get hairs. Like i literally starting at a much. The gray's come in. But i have to say at this age. You don't care as much m people you'll hear that like you know you just you literally like you don't care as much you don't have to be the prettiest girl that room and you were never the prettiest girl in the room. And i'm not digging right now. I will say it's almost a blessing to grow up and think of yourself as the ugly duckling or to not never have been the prettiest girl in the room. 'cause like acid get older. I feel like i get better with age. I appreciate my loved. Yeah we do bernas you do you do too badly. I i just threw throughout their that all faces all skin colors. All body types in all ages are beautiful really end. I semi shelters myself included. 'cause i just like you're saying you know i've spent so many years of my life just thinking that i was just utterly analysis kind of the way it was because the because of the media that i grew up with because i wasn't enough for whatever it was but now oh my gosh no. I'm beautiful every. Ask beautiful media. That makes the media. Fox's up anyways Out i agree. I agree like so. I know this is like soapbox but it just it. I i'm living. I'm limited as a young person. I started in this business twenty in a really critical of myself and then as aging into it and working with people too. So i just tell you girls like you have a lot more pressure to change your face and your but you're this you're that and i'm just like just also all of those things so being in plastic surgery every time you go under. Every time you do a procedure. There can be complications. So it's it's it's not free you know financial either but but body wise to just now like you know little tweaks aaron. Their love it. But don't think that's coming to mind right now is a leading nikki. Glaser one of our friends comedian. Who says that anyone almost every single celebrity no matter how naturally beautiful you think. They are bathed had something done by. Everyone's had something done. I know that's not really in line. The spirit of what. We're talking about to bring up but Kate shortfalls like for the mall false. Like i don't know. Do you guys know who. Kate walsh's practice queen so she. She's a natural beauty and she was like so natural. We did laser on her only. We did topical creams those kinds of things that that's a natural beauty and that's been in the mainstream. The didn't she's amazing you know. She takes care of herself diet wise and she maintains through lasers and lights in products. And so there's there's a lot of of really Great ladies that. They have aged like they were going to age and they're getting hired still because they they're talented like if you look at hollywood now like your meryl streep's and you're you know i mean so many. They're still working because they have talent. And we've come a long way you we. We've really come a long way. So there are a lot of stars listen. There's a lot of stars that a lot of work done and something. But but honestly i've worked on a lot not interests ed when i have to say i did some research google socking and you. There are some names that come up when you google kate. Somerville that are so shocking. So mind boggling. I'm just going to throw a couple of names that you feel free to a spouse friedan. Shake your head. Feel free to blink twice. Like i just got to see some of.
"somerville" Discussed on Glowing Up
"That's happening at that time. it's. I'm imagining his name. Was steven. hoffman. I mean he was in santa monica we. We saw everyone like literally the biggest of the big. We know you can't say but yeah in office. I can't say but but if you imagine looking at whatever people or us weekly at that time because that was the big publications you know. He saw everyone and so that's where he got my start as far as like really working on celebrities but also he was like an innovator and he told me he's like 'cause i was using iran his skin clinic and i He i was using like twelve different other people's products in there he goes. You know if you really wanna innovate. You have to do your own line. And i i said you're right and so. That's when kate somerville started. So that's when. I started really taking on Different formulas and i found this awesome chemists and he started compounding. Suffer me and you know. I used to mix site when i open kate. Somerville in two thousand four. I had a full station to custom. Mix for all my clients and So you know. I learned a lot about skin. And how far you can take it. And i learned a lot about the anatomy of of the face in the skin and also on injectables. I mean i i used to do injectables. I can't in the state of california anymore. They changed the laws heartbreaking. Yeah it was. It was at first. But what allowed me to do is focus on the rams and build the browns. Because i wasn't in the clinic room Minute after minute right. So i built this insane team at kate somerville and we do something really unique case summary also we will right now through cove it. It's not like this right now because we can't we can't do normal services right right this second. We're doing medical services were doing injectables lasers short term basis with our nurses that are you know havard. Mpp but anyhow When you normally come to kate somerville you would do a consultation usually with me back in the day and then you would see an aestheticians. She would she would exfoliating. She'd you know steam kinda clean out the poor 's and then a nurse would role in Some kind of laser whatever Sheer he needed and then we would do a laser procedure and then if they wanted injectables we would do that. And then the then follow up with finishing the products so it was really comprehensive. When you came to kate somerville you would see sometimes three or four people in one sitting We were a team. like we. All had our specialties. To like i had one gal and we still do that you know. She focuses on microcurrent and lifting muscles. And then we had Are we still do have all of our nurses that you know our incredible artists as far as injectable. Some of the best in the world. We have kate somerville and we love kind of that natural. Look so we're not. We're not the office. If you wanna come and like have these you want to change your face completely like we. We give you a natural. Look we make you look like you but you know. I wanted to interject anyways. 'cause you're saying that you guys are you know a natural natural thing. I just wanted to reiterate that. I have actually heard that word on the street amongst the cool girls. I know kate's on my roll. Like is the place where you go for like being natural back in the day when i was like maybe gonna do stuff to my. I haven't and i'm a little scared. But i don't know that i will but what you're saying is true. I've.
"somerville" Discussed on Glowing Up
"Must have always had the is i. I like something. I'm having a very different experience. Where eyeing like 'cause. I always like where sweatpants and him kind of a comfy cozy person but i might relationship to make up his almost like improved in this weird way. We're like now. I do it in. It's like fun. i of course are not wearing today. Day one my period. I you know when asked and i know esther you look really good right now. Maybe you should like stay in canada. So lighting no I'm blown out but on the no heels front. I did just like consider writing to my agents. Like i think i'm gonna put it all my contract. Now that i don't wear heels is that they're bad for you. But i just like i know i. I'm someone that always like even in my clinic. I've i've really curly hair. But my hair on top of my head. I usually have a sundress on and i flipped lot. Mont flipflops on in my clinic. I mean not now but Cove ed. But i've always been comfortable person and but then there's moments where i've had to dress up a lot and it's so not me and so it's just nice to not have to an and now i'm at the point where i'm like now. This has given me the strength to say not only am. I'm just not going to like. I'm not going to sacrifice my comfort now or you know. I don't know your for anyone. That's my choice. It's your choice economies and we're staying on my body my rules. Yeah i'm seeing all like. I'm so i'd be lying. I said my skin is better. What i put on makeup to get out of the house every day. Big surprise the time like yeah. Your skin does like degrees. Yeah okay. I need to hear about kate somerville. I have i have a whole. Mike accused beginning. Let's just rewind. Take the wheel know esther. I just jump in here with me please. But let's go back to the beginning. Kate i know that you started in like medical opposite. You had more like huge national national medical remember holiday almost as background and you decided to open your clinic. You said it was. I don't want you to six sixteen years that i've been in skin care at least probably twelve years before i open kate somerville so it's been a long journey. I started when i was twenty. Twenty two actually. I think it was twenty two when i started. I got my license around twenty two and aesthetic license. That i have always had massive issues with my skin myself so i grew up with exuma and i don't know if you guys know what that is but it gets like really irritated. Healy itchy red uncomfortable. And i was an athlete and so when i would sweat it would burn. It would crack. It was embarrassing. You know as a kid and a teen and so my mom. We lived on a farm which was not good for my friends at all. Because you know anytime you have allergens and things of that nature bombarding your skin. And i also found that mike skin was my Barometer for like what. I was eating if i was stressed If i was under like emotional stress. Like i'd get like my skin was just always a problem known so like when my mom we lived on a farm we had Milk for the babies being born couldn't go to their moms and she put it in my bath one day because my skin was so insanely Inflamed and it actually help me like it like redness went down after that and i have using it going. I kinda saw like okay there. There's remedies out there. That aren't just going to dermatologist. And every time she would take neil germ he would see me for ten seconds. Write a prescription usually cortisone which isn't good longterm for your skin. And so i just kinda had to figure it out. And i went from doctor to doctor and i finally found this one doctor. He was like soup or old guy. I mean like really old. When i found him he was the guy that let me in remission and he taught me that Number one how to put on medication to really push in the medication. He taught me to take vows day. Hike the skin. Right when i got out of the bath with giral which is just a drugstore brand but it really changed my skin so my skin has to be a lifestyle every day and so i think that kind of made me wanna go into skin like in a sub-conscious way because i could really liked by best friends. Have cystic acne. And she wouldn't go out with us sometimes because she just had like these huge her face. And i just can really relate to people. That haven't felt comfortable in their own skin and have compassion. Because i get it right. And so i moved from a small town called fresno in the middle of california. I live with my dad. My mom left when i was nine and Anyhow it was i i then moved to the central coast and a friend of mine was saying You should get into skincare but in the medical side of things instead of like a spa. And i'm like i like that. That's a great idea. And so i went back to school. Put a business plan together. I was always an entrepreneur and went around all the doctors in san luis obispo area. And i ended up landing. Awesome dockers wanted. Want a dermatologist. One a plastic surgeon. And so i just learned. I learned heels three years in the my career we started doing lasers which is like a crazy debris third degree. Burn at that point for these women that were doing laser at that at that time and so i just learned the human body. I learned about plastic surgery. How the skin worked. I did all pre and post operative care for them. I started doing injectables of the time. All their deep repeals lasers and then I met my husband who was from hollywood in. We decided to move to hollywood With him so. I had a practice in san luis. So i i. I've found somebody to take that on and moved to los angeles in hollywood. And that's when i went to work for really prominent plastic surgeon in santa monica. Who did kind of everybody. As far as liberties are concerned like the mid nineties or no early. Two thousands yeah well cut accounting been. I think it was late nineties. So what i thought big right now two thousand. What's the biggest. La plastic surgery..
"somerville" Discussed on Glowing Up
"Am. I'm shaking crying because to hang those. I didn't know this was a real person. I talked to a jar of cream. I this episode. Why it's all a lot of people do this the woman we have on today. She's the skin-care santa claus. You heard her name millions of times but to meet her. The honor of hearing her voice is it is. There are no words. She's a skin-care guru. She's a celebrity s petition. She's known worldwide for being skincare expert. She's a bath business owner. He's the one and only kate somerville carolina as berry Sweet of you to say all those things and yeah. I've been doing skin-care now for over twenty eight years so spent a quite a journey and kate somerville just went on sixteen years On melrose place in los angeles for our clinic. So it's been really fun journey and i love what i do. I have so many questions. And i wanted to dive right in. I want to. there's a lot we want to cover. Today we wanna. I wanna hear your story i know about it but like we gotta run through it and tell the audience like how you came to be who you are we on a. I have so many. Like questions about i look. I've read a lot of quotes. You worked a lot of fascinating. People got her okay. I'm by the way suddenly so insecure about everything about my image. Like just looking at kate somerville unlike my god i sound sure. That's the opposite of what i. That's that's the office said of what i believe in like a lot of people are surprised when they need me and then they know the brand because the two are a little bit different. One's a little more. Fancy where i'm like kind of down to earth than not kind. I'm really no i. I really love nature. And i love people and i let in. It's all about healing and just really accepting your own authentic self. You know as we age and as we more like. I'm fifty now like you have like. You're you're look someday are going to be gone like yours hurt. Let's all get to eighty. You know what i mean like. Language encumber looks to show up. Yeah are you other side. You guys are too hard on. Podcasting is a audio media. But i encourage the listeners to go on our youtube page and kate you may i say a vision a glowing vision from your like her sunkissed amazing hair. Like who is karen. Looks good in quarantine. Okay i'm over that okay. So i am going gray. I'm letting go. Yes all gray and i'm super inspired by it. I mean listen. Is it an easy journey. Because like i'm half on and half gray now hands together you click a in california garden and you know what for me like i talk about like quarantine and cova done a lot of great things for me personally Not not obviously people getting sick and dying and they connie like where it is. And it's awful for so many people in the world. And i feel like i literally everyday go. Thank you god for a roof over my head for food and for us to be healthy but Cova for me. I got to slow down. I been on an airplane for the last twelve years so much. And i just really. I don't know if for this for you guys to like just not having to like dress up every day and put makeup inherit. Just been so nice and it just allowed me to like. Oh i want to just be me. Like i just wanna be me and that's it. Kobe has really allowed to go. Deep with with who. I am with certain like listen to a lot of podcasts. A lot of really awesome things to expand like my mind and like who. I am as a person but also like on the beauty like just taking care of myself and allowing mike to come through or allowing the nail polish to come off for a for a long period of time and just have natural toes. Like i know that sounds so surface that like in the beauty world were always like doing stuff to ourselves and it's been nice to have a break young. I look in the mirror. And i love my sorrow make off and i cried i. I see myself without makeup and it's a different relationship. Yeah like that. Make up less space than i had. Before i i might wait. I made her have you. Have you put makeup back on and then felt like weird lake. I'm like sometimes now put makeup on. Or what i literally tried to put a pair of heels on and i'm like oh yeah that's ship sailed for me like i'm done with a yo migrate. I don't know like and this is made me go now. I wanna be comfortable. I wanna be who i am. Authentic self and covert. I think is helping a lot of people with that. I i.
"somerville" Discussed on Glowing Up
"I know but dave will save one for me. i'll just let him eat one and try it and then he'll see the other one for me. I'm yeah no. I like similarly with dialysis. Like sometimes like tide is very fickle. Like a nothing is going to be perfect in a does suck when like someone else that you're at the mercy of. They just do it the way they do it in. It's you kinda like yeah i get. That's but those boxes look so cute and literally gonna like. Save my and use your sean. I really wanted dave better. Do an unboxing video. Here's the salmon. It's hugh excited. We'll today's episode is kind of like blowing up. Stripped lund plug. We're just having like a casual chat that we would normally have without the without the recording going And were basically setting this episode. That we recorded. we're gonna leave as listen to it. It's with the one and only absolutely epic we had. We had her in the house. Miss kate somerville. We got to speak directly to her. She is i mean. Talk about an entrepreneur like she's a queen at this. It's kind of actually relevant to what we're talk. It's very relevant. As she's legendary entrepreneur facialists. Her products are some of her products will go down in history in this in this hair exposure. Are you kidding me. I mean that's care history right. There and kate is wonderful. She's like everything we wanted her to be in more. Yeah you'll you'll hear about the history of her clinic. You'll hear about her early days. You'll hear about her products. Yeah so we're excited for you guys to listen and let us know to like you know whether it's an instagram comment on this episode going up podcast. Whatever it is like. Rdm let us know how you feel about the just estrin carolina. Just having unlike a low key combo episodes. We always want to hear your feedback and know what you guys are thinking because we really really. i know. sometimes we'll be like if you're a. Hater unsubscribe actually we have so many loyal committed. Awesome glonas whenever. I need a gloomy. They're always some cool chic girl that is so much prettier and cooler nicer than me. Like in every way and always so blown away. I'm like i become a fan of them. After the conversation ends so we. We love you guys. We are so grateful for those of you that are here with us like please let us know what you're thinking because your opinion really matters to me and caroline we talk about you guys all the time and how much we learn from you and the messages you send us so thank you for another great year together after we took time off looking forward to glowing with the glazing twenty twenty one did that yeah no social so you guys enjoy this episode and we appreciate you. We will see you guys. I guess next year right. You're next year. I'm going to be honest with you. I live in workout leggings. They are my alpha. They are my omega. They are glued to my legs especially during a pandemic can't live without them. Having sold over five hundred thousand pairs sweaty. Betty's five star rated power leggings have helped women crush millions of workouts in style with no excuses for years because no other athletic brand can compete with the sweaty betty power leggings expertly placed seems and squad tested compression fabric that sculpture bump into instant peach emoji status. I mean look. I'm not gonna lie to you. I them sitting at my computer desk but sure they're also good for working out quick drying and with pockets. Yes back inside. Pockets are so necessary for likings. We don't talk about enough sweaty. Betty power leggings are high. Waisted squat proof. Performance with expertly placed. Seems that make you look and feel the top of your game anywhere. You want to sweat. Sweaty betty power leggings opaque fabric mesh paul drawstring waist and pockets your workouts. Look as good as you feel. Look i love sweaty betty. The leggings are very comfortable. I love the pockets when i bend over. You can't see my whole freaking ass. But the most important thing about my sweaty betty leggings besides being comfortable. Flattering absolutely gorgeous is these will scoped your but in ways you did not know was possible. My bomb looks tweet right. Sculpted high pert everything. I want my but to look my sweaty. Betty's do that to my..
"somerville" Discussed on Glowing Up
"Is and. I have to obviously say i have an amazing fish. Wife co founder. It's my good friend. Becca milstein and like when you start a company with someone there's gotta be a baseline of respect and you need to understand that you and your co founder. go through. It's like a relationship. It's more intense than a romantic relationship. You're gonna go through shitty times. People both people are gonna make mistakes. You're gonna have to be okay with that you're gonna have to pick up the slack for your partner. They're going to be times when your partner has to pick up slack for you. It's gotta be. Are we a business partnership we are this cow hundred percent. I just want to say it. I wanted it on record. I want everyone to know that we're connected for life. So tobacco's credit he pitches you bitch right anyway. So we are business partnership but we're for so much more than that okay. We're we're platonic lovers okay. Okay we're sisters in sparkling beverages. I'm i like to consider myself a godmother to donut. Yeah to your child loves you. Sorry keep going. Your partnership is great. We all get it anyway assembling a team of advisors and talking to as many people as you can every single day is really really important. You'll just like there's things you don't even know that you don't know about starting a business. I could not agree. More even. Like since i've transitioned to using a local factory in los angeles to make my apparel Like everyone i cross paths with ends up being a little bit annoyed by me. Because i'm like. I know they know stuff that i need to know and so i just find myself lingering an asking more questions and you know people are just give me the like. We're not really here to advise you But i try my best to get what i can and and build these relationships and then like you said like just just who do you know any any taste of this world and ask them everything you can not being the look. It all goes back to like that old saying the squeaky wheel gets the oil. i like. that's the best business tip i've ever received taken it. Don't be afraid to over communicate. I'm that definitely errors on the side of under communication. Because i'm afraid to ask for things or afraid to ask stupid questions. Or i'm like you know i i don't know like i really have to push myself. Watch myself and make sure that. I'm over communicating. You know like. Even if i'm afraid i'm being annoying. Don't be afraid you're being annoying. You don't want things to fall through the cracks. You wanna make sure things are written down and like. Oh my god. Speaking of writing things down take notes on every call every Every business call adviser call. Take notes. I mean i her. I don't know if you're like me. If i don't write something down i forget it. Yeah and there are these little like it's information or someone will drop a name or someone will drop another company and just like keep your keyboard out in like take notes. Have a big google doc of all your call notes. It'll be like four hundred pages long but at least we'll have it to refer back to. That's really smart. I don't have everything in one place. And i need to my your businesses. Obviously so much more organized and professional than mine mine is like everything is just in my head and unlike like like i do need. Some kind of i need help. That's how i felt. Like i was with official. Sean penn where it was just like partially really scary and really overwhelming. Because i was doing every little thing like the relationships at the supplier relationships emailing with wholesale people like doing my end of the year i would have to do all my own accounting and it was just like so stressful but it was weird satisfaction. I had where it was like. I am in full control. It's i like that. I'm like kind of getting off all night. A little like i just love that. I've never really had a creative project. I am the true true boss of and like that's how i feel about this because even you know with alone together was a room writers. A team of producers unlike mice special. Like i worked in a partnership on that with the director and the networking stuff. So this is truly. I'm like it's my money on the line. So what i say goes. It's my vision. That has been really empowering for me and also on the flip side. It's really scary because the ball is always in your damn court and there's no one to blame. No i know and like i. I had the biggest. I had such a crazy year. 'cause i launched my official. Sean penn face masks this year. And i was just kind of like it was at the beginning of the pandemic to when people didn't really have masks and the products really blew up in a way that i didn't anticipate like i was selling like hundreds and hundreds of units. A day of these face masks in like wedding orders. At a rate that i had never gotten orders before and i really was like trying to wind down my official sean penn merch business. The sierra so just kinda obama's meow like no one wants to year a really. I think having to businesses and a writing career is a bit too much too much like i'm now it's getting to that thing where like people in a writer's room we're like carolina with seventy five businesses. It's like sometimes we've got to cut out the fat and like put all your energy into like the things that you really want to succeed. You know what i mean. well anyway. The lee agree. I think that's by that. I think that's a really great of observation in lakes martin. I like that. But i will just say that people love your merchant Blake stays in some capacity. But we'll see. I mean it's it's so hard for me to step away. It's like the addiction of a lifetime. Making cheap pop culture illegal merch. It's my vice sleepover. Vassar official sean penn collab- own my. God that'd be sick. Actually i know but that brings me to a story from this year. When i made the biggest mistake i've ever made in my many years of running a business that cost me probably thousands of dollars. One one for my first launch of celebrity face masks. I think the two designs were larry david and was it. I had three designs. Larry david judge judy. And britney incre oprah point is that each design has a skew and your online store and my fulfillment company like. He uses skew to pull the orders. So it's like. They're not like seeing like judge judy masks. They're seeing the skew that i've assigned to the judge. Judy mask point is. I didn't double check my work. And i swapped the skews. So basically like the way that my fulfillment company had the judge. Judy masks like i had swapped them. So if a scott. Larry david mask years. Human centered hold to so basically the first five hundred orders that went out for this new product..
Boston Rolls Back Coronavirus Rules, Closing Gyms, Museums And More
"In and around Boston, are getting to roll back their economic reopening plans as the state continues to see a rise in covert cases. Nobody. BCS James RoHaas joins us live now on which businesses will be staying open and which are about to shut down. Good morning, James. Good morning, Jeff. Now you can expect places like movie theaters, indoor jams. Museums. Driving range is too close very soon. In fact, Boston reverting to Phase two. Tomorrow, indoor dining will still be allowed. But restaurants will have to follow strict cove in 19 safety protocols like no sitting at the bar anymore unless getting approved from the city. In Somerville, Mayor Joker to Tony says the rollbacks are an important step in taking a regional approach to reverse trans going in the wrong direction. Where we are now should be of no surprise because we have been warned. Now by experts for months, and that's what really led and not just the last few days community have been working together in the event that almost didn't move to understand what we could do, and I submit. This is also the first of several steps that we may be taken. Yeah, he says, as many as 20 communities could be involved in the role back by next week. James
Suffolk DA slams Boston judge for demanding defendant appear in court despite pandemic
"A a justice justice on on the the state's state's highest highest court. court. Stop a local judge from making defendants come to court in person WBZ Suzanne Sauce Ville has the story. To say Rollins is frustrated is an understatement Ground on date, because if it is, I'm not happy. It's the second time in two weeks, Rollins has had to ask a judge in the SJC to stop Boston Municipal Court Judge Mark Somerville. From violating the court's own covert 19 policy of allowing defendants to appear in court virtually which is permitted and actually required in certain circumstances, And then when they don't he is issuing warrants, which is potentially taking away their liberty And Rollin says it's costing taxpayers money. You know if we were able to get costs Out of this. I would be asking for that because it's a complete waste of my time. My staff time I requested comment from the judge with PMCs media relations, but have not heard back. Suzanne Saz Bill WBZ, Boston's news radio president, Trump addressing the G 20 summit today
Amazon opens online pharmacy, shaking up another industry
"After buying out Somerville startup pill pack, Amazon says it's about to get into the online pharmacy business. Two years and more than three quarters of a billion dollars. After the sale, the online giant is taking aim at the likes of Walgreens and CVS. Health Care is estimated to be a $4 trillion industry here in the United States, so they moved by Amazon will allow prime members access to generics and brand name drugs, either on its site or in some 50,000 participating US pharmacies.
Howie Winter, longtime leader of Somerville’s Winter Hill Gang outside of Boston, dies at 91
"Of a leader free of and Somerville's open notorious Indo Pacific Winter Hill gang that and a former can crime counter partner China's of James growing Whitey influence. Bulger. In the Died region, Thursday of a heart with attack the pandemic at his home in Millbury surging at the age of 91, across the country. best known Are as one we of New England's nearing most the need powerful for a nationwide underworld lockdown? figures But in the would sixties that be the and right move? seventies ABC during testimony medical at expert Whitey Bulger's Dr John trial Brownstein. back in 2013. Health experts agree Winter that was a lockdown implicated is an extreme strategy in a number don't of murders want to from go there. the Irish gang We want wars to keep of our the schools sixties open and seventies, and trying to keep the economy never charged going and with the issue any is of how them, do you sort although of tweak he did serve and create six a years more in nuanced prison for physics approach fixing for interventions? horse races. Hot spots should At see six more closures East Coast like, racetracks for instance, and indoor also dining drug and it trafficking Really going to be about of funeral for how we you know went these to will larger be held Tuesday efforts like national at testing Saint Clement a Church national mass in Somerville. mending, You know, the Biden
Politician, Eleanor Rathbone
"Today we're talking about one of the first female members of the British Parliament who used her position to push for gender equal legislation. Please welcome Eleanor Rathbone Eleanor was born in London on May. Twelfth Eighteen, seventy two. From a young age, she grew up in the world of politics. Her Father William was a liberal member of parliament. And often entertained other politicians and intellectuals. In eighteen ninety, three at the age of twenty one. Eleanor. Left home to study at Somerville College Oxford. There, she studied classics and was allegedly nicknamed the philosopher by her peers. When Eleanor realized that her college refused to give degrees to female students, she took matters into her own hands. He joined a group of women called the steamboat ladies who sailed to Dublin. To get honorary degrees from Trinity College. After graduating eleanor worked alongside her father investigating the working conditions of Industrial Liverpool. After his death eleanor continued her work in the city she volunteered for the Liverpool central relief, society where she dedicated her time to helping families in poverty, improve and change their living conditions in the eighteen nineties. Eleanor became a supporter of the women's rights movement, which she saw as integral to widespread social reform. Eighteen ninety five, she was appointed secretary at the Liverpool Women's suffrage society as well as the women's Industrial Council. Eleanor didn't agree with radical tactics to promote women's suffrage and instead pushed a more moderate approach in nineteen. Oh six, the Liverpool City Council Open. It's elective positions. Two women in nineteen o nine eleanor ran and was elected as an independent candidate a position she held until nineteen, thirty five. In nineteen thirteen, she co founded the Liverpool Women Citizens Organization to promote the involvement of women in politics. When World War One broke out eleanor organized association to help wives and other dependents. She continued that work when soldiers returned home, she saw mothers were struggling to provide for families and advocated for the installment of a family wage system. This method would pay family allowances directly to mothers, helping them to support their children and simultaneously fighting against the notion that men had to be the breadwinners. In nineteen eighteen at the end of World War, one British women over the age of thirty. Got The right to vote that same year eleanor established the nineteen eighteen club the following year eleanor became president of the National Union of Women's suffrage societies. And renamed it the National Union of Societies for equal citizenship in Nineteen, twenty, two eleanor ran for British parliament. She lost that year but was elected in nineteen twenty nine as an independent member for the combined English universities. She was one of the first women to hold a position in parliament. There Eleanor continued her lifelong activism in her first speech. She criticized British colonial ISM, and it's anti-feminism. She specifically called out the inhumane practice of female genital mutilation in Kenya. As. The Great Depression loomed she campaigned for the People's rights to cheaper milk and better benefits for dependents of the unemployed. Eleanor was also one of the first politicians to warn of the danger of fascist uprisings across Europe. She spoke candidly about her disappointment in British neutrality concerning politics in Germany Spain Italy and Czechoslovakia. She joined a nonsectarian anti-nazi council to support human rights and set up a parliamentary committee that took up individual refugee cases throughout the war at one point eleanor allegedly tried to charter a ship to cross the blockade of Spain Rescue Republicans from the country. Later, in the early nineteen forties, eleanor devoted resources to get an Jewish people out of Poland. In nineteen forty-five eleanor finally saw her fight for family allowances put into law by the Labor Party with the Family Allowance Act. However it was initially passed on the stipulation the allowance be paid to fathers rather than the mother she fought for. Eleanor's rage was short-lived. The bill was contested by many women in parliament and was amended within the year to be paid to mothers. Eleanor died suddenly of a heart attack on January second nineteen forty-six. Forty years later, a blue plaque is dedicated to her by the Greater London Council at her former residents. It calls her the pioneer of family allowances. She was also honored along with fifty eight other women's suffrage supporters on the plinth of the statue commemorating fellow suffragettes leader millicent falls it in London twenty? Eighteen.
"somerville" Discussed on Radio Boston
"John During there are now sixty three cities and towns designated as high risk for the Corona Virus in Massachusetts that is twenty three more than last week when the list was originally released, there were four and this is the seven day average positive corona virus test rate in. Massachusetts. is at its highest point since August, at one point, three percent, these trends raise a number of questions. About. Whether we know how to effectively can stop a second surge of the virus and what the other cost our communities of doing. So might be we plan to have joining us the mayor of Somerville Joker Tony Somerville had one of the most conservative approach to reopening in the state and enter the high risk zone. This week I need to check and see do we have Merkur to Tony on the line? Great. So Marker to Tony Joins us. Now, mayor joker. Tony Welcome back to Radio Boston. Thanks for having me on. So to Tony, Somerville. Was One of twenty seven cities and towns newly added to the states list of high risk communities. Last night what do you think is behind that? Why did that happen? Well you know despite some. Very deliberate and probably the most diligent in mathematical approach to reopening on the Commonwealth. But we've seen in the Boston metropolitan areas. consistency and higher numbers of positive cases even as the governor has allowed. For a move into phases three point one point to where we have resisted based on data and expertise in the later part three point two. High occupancy numbers and activities such as indoor and outdoor performance by news allowed to be up to fifty percent fifty people again while some has been carefully measured in its reopening it's important to remember that the virus knows no boundaries. knows no borders were still part of this metropolitan area and we have. Many communities that are already high risk and again, we're not only the most densely populated community in New England where Potter one of the most densely populated regions in the country. So we're not.
Activists in Boston call for Columbus Day to become Indigenous Peoples' Day
"Its Columbus Day in Boston but Brookline Cambridge and Somerville are celebrating Indigenous Peoples Day now indigenous and Italian Americans continue to stand on opposite sides of the Columbus Day. Question Indigenous American activists note Columbus accused of enabling slavery in the Caribbean of brutal treatment towards indigenous Americans and of a legacy connected with the later genocide of indigenous Americans. People's it. Tell you American Activists Columbus as the first immigrant and A. Symbol of Italian contributions to the American story but the narratives changing with increasing public support for renaming this holiday to indigenous peoples day and a growing number of Italian Americans rejecting Columbus as the appropriate symbol for their immigrant contributions to the nation.
Somerville Police Officer Charged After Suspect Doused With Pepper Spray, Northwest Of Boston
"Officer is on unpaid administrative leave. Michael McGrath faces charges of assault and battery with a dangerous weapon for allegedly using pepper spray on a suspect who was already in custody. Mayor Joker Tony says he is disturbed and angry after saying a video of the incident that teacher moment officer but for all of us You know, I know where the video was requested and knowing that would jeopardize investigation, which bone. I think it's important to share information on me, and I'll tell you how far him a lot of men would not yet But I will tell you embarrassed by this and investigation led to a criminal complaint against the officer last week, the mayor says the city will not tolerate any unnecessary use of force by police officers. Graft is due to be arraigned next month on Dan Walk INS.
National Fluffernutter Day with Zach Davis
"So each week, one of my podcast friends challenged me to find an episode related to one of those days and I'll be releasing it on the actual date occurs. So let's get to it. What is today's National Day? Hi. My Name Is Zach Davis and I would like to know about the national fluffer Nutter Day. The reason I want to know more about this. Is because fluffer nutter was invented in my hometown of Somerville Massachusetts and I'd like to know more about this wonderful product that was invented right where I live. I have to admit Zach. This is one of those days that reminds me there's a national day for everything. Maybe in the future, there will be a national podcast Gumbo. Day. October eighth is national fluffer, Nutter Day. For those people who live on Mars a fluffer nutter is a marshmallow cream and peanut butter sandwich in truth I probably haven't had one since college but as type this, I have a strong urge to buy some fluff the next time I'm at the supermarket. My first recommendation is from the stories and stuff podcast and is the short episode called what the fluff which includes though what the fluff evil that takes place in where Else Union Square in Somerville Massachusetts. At the festival, you'll get the try all different fluff combinations. You also get a tip about trying to fly on a plane with Fluffy Nodar. So today post delicious fluffer Nutter Sandwich pictures on social media using the fluffer nutter day. Hashtag. Today's guests is Zach Davis. Sack host the Ministry of Ideas podcast a small show about the big ideas that shape our world in season two, there's an episode called shifting blame starts off with the tragic story of college basketball great len bias who died shortly after being drafted into the NBA due to a cocaine overdose biases. Death brought about laws to punish people that are responsible for drug related deaths. It then segues into the American criminal system. For Third Recommendation Zach recommends the constant podcast Zach says and I quote. I'd like to recommend the constant episode the fool killer. It's a five part series about the quest to build a submarine and one of the craziest mysteries you'll ever hear about it unquote. For today's extra hot sauce, I just want to let
Boston - Low-risk communities in Massachusetts to enter Step 2 of Phase 3
"Communities communities could could enter enter step step to to Phase Phase three. three. That means indoor performance venues, museums, gyms and libraries can open back up at 50% capacity. Some communities chose not to move forward, including Somerville, New Bedford. Entered or remains in the red zone. They did not move forward to loosen restrictions. Hospital cases of covert rise across that region W. B C's Laurie Kirby reports on the new action being taken in the South coast that affects everyone who works in hospitals. Their concerns over a
Boston-area hospitals brace for the 'twindemic'
"A potential twinned Emmick with the flu and Corona virus. Jackie Somerville is senior VP and chief nursing officer for the South Coast Hospital group. We are seeing an uptick in our community. We have 18 covert positive patients in the hospital across their system this morning, we had been in the lowest zero You know, in the summer months that we're doing Really saying, you know Activities move Indore school start then I do think a little bit of covert fatigue, a pass for the Patriots against
4 Massachusetts communities labeled as high risk for West Nile virus
"County are entering the high risk category for West now virus That's Cambridge, Newton, Somerville and Watertown now at high risk for this mosquito borne disease. Most people who get the virus have no symptoms and people over the age of 50 face the greatest risks of illness we have had Quite a few more cases of West now this year than we have of triple E coming up. Updates on the path of Tropical Storm Sally
4 Middlesex Communities Categorized As High Risk For West Nile Virus - CBS Boston
"Officials are warning that four communities in Middlesex County have entered the high risk category for West Nile virus. Cambridge, Newton, Somerville and Watertown were elevated to high risk for the mosquito borne disease. Most people who get the virus have no symptoms and people over the age of 50 face the greatest risk of illness.
MBTA Accelerates Plan To Add 14 New Miles of Bus Lanes in Boston Area
"A for more than a dozen new miles of bus lanes throughout Boston and surrounding neighborhoods, the agency announcing an unprecedented effort to implement 14 New miles under the rapid response, bus lanes program. BBC TV reports the plan will construct Bus lanes in Boston, Chelsea, Everett and Somerville. The program will be running on a tight schedule so that the new lanes will complete before winter
"somerville" Discussed on The Emma Guns Show
"If you to the proper when you go out. and you wash your hands and protect yourself. You can be with somebody that's infected and not get infected so because there were so many times where they were scared. Like Oh my God am i. GonNa Bring This back to my husband and my kids. It's it you know. I had a lot of them. film what they did before they went to work and what they did after, and so they prepped their skin to. And it's so interesting because delegate. Our newest launch came out at the perfect time for this because delicate. Hey! is becoming really big in the UK amd us. It's actually our most successful launch ever, which is in the history of case I'm marvel, which is crazy because. you know exfoliating? has been talked about so much, but this came at the right time allocate. Is. A lot of times. My clients would come in. Their skin was either irritated, because they've used too many products like ause, vitamin, CS and acids, and we just needed to calm their skin down, or we are doing lasers or peels ourselves, and then we wanted to put them on something that was healing calming at didn't irritate while their skin was healing, and so we created this line for that purpose. And for me, I have X. amount so I'm I'm almost always in that state so so this particular line has a ton of peptides that really help. With the the inflammation in the healing process, but then has four different ceremonies that are protecting the skin from the outside, coming in and so dry skin sabre, which is my eggs in my? Hand and body cream Kinda mimics that delegate line, but the delegate, minus for your face, neck chest and. You know when we were doing lasers. And peels, we were do we were having them? Go on like CFL and Aquaphor. I don't know if you have that in the UK, but it's it's AQUAPHOR is like baffling. It's just super gooby and there's nothing that helps inflammation in it, and so we were just tired of using those kinds of things, because it also broke you out and we would, it would help one thing, but then 'cause other things, and so delegate was launch for. Over stimulated skin to you and I'm seeing a lot of over stimulated skin, because people are using so much products now and doing way too much, and so this came out during the pandemic, and it's so perfect because. This is a time when you want to really give your skin a barrier, right? You want so anytime ago. The GROCERY STORE I go out in public. I delegate are on the MOISTURIZER. It's kind of like A. It's like a bom is a thick cream of your. If you're breaking out, or you have acne, it's probably not the best moisturizer for you, but we also have a serum, so you can put the serum on, but this line came out during this perfect time we've been. We've been giving this to our nurses on so when they go in, they can prep their skin prior to going in the hospital. It helps them with the masks and rubbing on the face, because it's giving you a protection layer, and then they come home, and so when the nurses come home, one of minors is she has like a like a box like a plastic box in the back of her car, so she takes her shoes off. She takes everything off. That was you know that she could puts it in the box in the back of our car goes in doesn't hug her kids at first takes. A shower then is able to be with their family so. My message to the normal person out there is if you do the right things and protect yourself out there. I feel like you know you can. You can protect yourself. You just have to stay diligent and doing those things so, but do those things. Don't get lax if you go out because I know we're all tired of being cooped up. You gotta stay strong. You've got to try and stay obviously away from your parents, and but if you do come in contact with them, just making sure that you do all those protocols and watch the Internet and watch the nurses and doctors I. You know they have a lot of good information on how to stay To stays you know without the virus getting on your face or in in your body, so just watch as much as you can and stay diligent on that, but such interesting and useful insight, because as you say from people who, on the front line and I haven't been to anyone. Like that without swear to useful, thank you and I admit I was GonNa say to you dedicate his at the puck time because the last time you and I spoke, we talks about people over sensitive skin, irritating him by using a lot of topical treatments that are. Like this mincy and retinal. Listeners know we had to cut out a little section at that conversation because you told me about. Dedicate a little bit too soon. We'll be. Able to hear about it from. Yeah, it's doing really well and when you use it. I it just for me. It's kind of like puts the fire out at night big barrier. It feels so good on the skin. If you're like me of sensitive skin It's it's a perfect regimen and I I tell people it's. You know how like. Some of our products like a radical is like for blemishes. Is it something you want in your arsenal to have? Because we all have bad skin as war? We use something that just didn't agree with us, or we're trying to give ourselves a little peel so afterwards. It's just a great product kind of calm. Sue He'll. and. So came out at the right time. which is is wonderful. I'm glad that came out at this moment. Come Iowa say before I. Let you go. come I say please give a massive shoutout to. Is it Skoll I don't even look at the packaging anymore. I just need a car. When I told you I had breast reduction young. You said why okay this? To you, that is a genius up it is it? You know it's funny because it. When I first released it, it released in China. And somebody grabbed like this was before like right as influencers were hidden email mainstream, and they happen to have a scar, and they did it on their scar, and they they. They. took pictures over time with their scar, and it just works, and it works on old scars to so. If you have scars, it's a it's a rollerball. Let me, explain how it works. Is actually a class. I think is a class. One medical device here in the US I could be wrong on the one part could be classed to. Because it it has this roller ball, so the rollerball goes onto the skin. It rolls on this this serum. Okay, and it's kind of like yeah I would consider it serum. And what the serum has a has this really special peptide that helps. HELPS WITH READINESS FIRST OFF And it also helps that repairing process, and then what it has in, it has any special silicones in it that. Lay on top of the skin so. I've been in. 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"somerville" Discussed on The Emma Guns Show
"The first suffer. Summer whatever you wanted to say, you know seem our favorite waitress weighed on US air, and having the experience of just being there, and you know our chips and Salsa and we you know we. It was wonderful. It was so wonderful entered. Do you just wanted to kiss our? You know the waitress and the bus. I the bus boy, he he. He's like one of our favorite people in the whole world like him and my husband always fist-bump every time that we can't do that now that it was just so good to see them and. So it's GonNa. Come. You'll see where we're going to get through this. We're going to get through this. Just stay safe. Because I have to tell you California's. And we're I. Don't know if we're going. I think we're having a spike right now. Because The economy I think cannot handle not being together and people are like you know we're just going to go. I talked all of my doctor. Friend's and they're like you have got to be safes or this like you. You can't let because everybody is tired of being. Locked up. You can't let down right now is still duck and cover. It's still uncover so but however you can still go out and be smart. This is what I was telling you earlier like a lot of my nurses right now are on the front lines so. I have a clinic. You know as you know in on Melrose. Place and have of our staff is nurses and They actually went back to the hospitals. and which was really concerning to me in the beginning obviously but. I've got to lake kind of be with them. On the journey in in the beginning, they were petrified. Right because we didn't know what this thing was. The you know, even though NRP was super super. Depleted here in the US and so that was a push that we did as Kate Somerville. we donated all of our P P from the clinic to our nurses and hospitals, and we ended up donating over sixty thousand of our products that. Protect skin through hydration in through ceremony. because. What was happening was their faces because they were wearing masks were getting sore than. So we quickly on tips, we have something called dry skin saver that I created for eggs Emma. Really but what what it has in it is on. It has this ceremony in these these ingredients that kind of coat the skin so for instance I have on my hands, and so I'm in the water, a cleansing my hands all the time, and so my my hands. got mad because they were just too too many chemicals to too much washing, and so I created this to kind of give me like a liquid glove. On my hands, and it also has a bunch of ingredients to help with inflammation and protection, and so we donated a ton of on dry skin saver to to all of our. Healthcare workers all over the country and to this is awesome thing to do during this time on, but what we learned through. This is I.
"somerville" Discussed on The Emma Guns Show
"That I've been one of my favorites that I've done, and then I just did on. You know it's so funny as I'm. I'm known for Skin Care Right. I was listening to Laird Hamilton. Organs podcast and layered is like so inspiration all. You really cares about every single thing that goes into his body, but he was talking about this creamer that he does, and it's powdered Kramer in his coffee, and it's coconut milk. powdered. Tumor Eric. One of them has KAKAPO and he mixes that in his coffee every morning. And so it was like you know what I want to try this, but I want to I want it to be like real. Let me I. Don't mean real that like I I wanted to do it in my kitchen, so I ended a recording it and it became the biggest watched post that I've ever done. Lesson even skin care down it. It was on this creamer, and so what I did was I took. That can of coconut milk. And I put it in a jar. And I put a Garvey to heating spoons of to Merick, and you gotTa make sure you find a good to Merick because I tried it from like just like our local store, and then a friend of mine who you just met Jen. She's from New York she used to work for. Perfection and they have this tumor that is so yummy so I use that and then i. put the CA-. How in that and cinnamon? And I mixed it up in this jar, and so now in my coffee, due to he'd spoons of that for my for my Kramer. It is so delicious and so good for you because you get the fats from the coconut milk. You. Get the are tumor. Eric for Inflammation Heart Hell. I mean tumor is awesome for everything skin to. And then the cow is really good for you as well then cinnamon helps to. Stimulate blood flow. I mean. Cinnamon has so many so many health benefits that one of them I heard was that it cuts hunger. I I'm not doing well on the hunger parts or this this is this is definitely been a negative on my diet and my physical being because so many of my friends are losing way because they're like. Oh, I can workout and I. Can and I'm like I'll do it. It's cooking, eating and lane. It's not good. There'd be so loud in yourself. There was a weird thing rice at the beginning of lockdown where it was like right now you go with this time. Yeah could come out of it with five percent body fat, and it's like no. He just cope with the fuck as a pandemic. Oh Man. Well I've been eating. So those are two of my awesome recipes that I've that that is that are going to stick with me right? 'cause I've tried a lot of other recipes, but those Tudo in this weird, because it's coconut, milk and. I I wasn't a huge coconut person, but now I am apparently so I. Bring you mentioned you'll I habit going outside, but I have noticed on social media that Baz outside space has been cultivated view way he meditate AKA. Going You Ming. Preempting your third habit that that has something to do with mindfulness so I am trying to meditate and I this is. This is my biggest challenge and. In Life, and you know and you and I have talked about I definitely suffer from depression and I. Really know that it's because I can't slow my mind down and it's exhausting. It's it's pricking exhausting. And, so this is my my challenge in life like it almost makes me cry, honestly because I know it's something I need to master and I need to take the time and it. It's almost meditation for me is like. It's like. Maybe Myself! Have to do something. I really don't WanNa. Do because I may be addicted to that next thing right like move, move, move.
"somerville" Discussed on Amazing FBA
"Let's gentlemen, boys, and girls walkabout to the Tuncay collected podcast, one of the sub podcasts of the amazing FDA family, and that's specifically geared to six seven and eight figure sellers. We're talking high level stuff today. We're talking with Chris ship, fling and Jason Somerville from Global Wide. Coming to US live from the states won't be live by the time you listen to it, and they are experienced mea in other words, mergers and acquisition advisors for digitally native enterprises. That's even hard to safe folks. Welcome to the show. Thanks Michael. Thanks yeah same. Thank you so much. We got to Jason Somerville. I believe you're in north, Carolina is that right? That's right. Charlotte North Carolina. The second loggers financial services city in the United States now had no idea interesting I and Chris where he you. From today. About three offices down from Jason, practicing very good social distancing, so we're not in the same conference room. We are a separate offices. Hilarious so you guys are in separate offices in the same building. I think that's a unique for me in the past as implied by the fact that Kardashian speak tagline emanate advisors digitally native. You guys because like different language from most so-called business brokers. So that's something we're gonNA come onto in our next episode. We're going to talk about the difference between business brokers, as they tend to appear in the Amazon FDA space versus an adviser, and how you sell the private equity and. And all that good stuff, but first of all I think in this episode. We're going to talk about Kobe nineteen. We have to deal with it. It's on everyone's minds, and rightly so and in this episode I think we can address. What does it look like right now? Free Commerce, and how does it look the other side of that? Because I think it's not all doom and gloom, as far as I can tell from aw chats before this show verse I'd like to. Hand floor over to Jason a bit to talk about the big macro economic picture, because obviously that's affecting things a great deal at the moment, so jason any starting points. He WanNa make about the macroeconomic picture right now for e-commerce. Sure thanks Michael I think what we'd like to do is give your viewers kind of our viewpoint what we're experiencing in in the market. Kinda Day in day out in selling businesses of this type, and how it's affected our world, you know which is a just a sub piece of the of the broader world I won't go too much into the worldwide picture I'll give a little bit to set the stage. Probably most of your listeners actually kind of are following, going on I mean as probably most snow. The covid nineteen pandemic at this point started a number of weeks ago. It started..
"somerville" Discussed on This Day in History Class
"Day was December twenty six seventeen eighty Scottish mathematician titian scientists and science writer. Mary Somerville was born. Her works made contemporary scientific ideas more accessible to a wider heider audience and influenced how physical science developments were discussed. Mary was born Mary. Fairfax in jeopardy Scotland. She was was the fifth of seven children. Born to Vice Admiral. Sir William George Fairfax and Fairfax both of whom came from well off families. Uh because her father was in the Royal Navy he was often at fee her mother home schooled her when she was young. Mary learn to read but she. You didn't not learn to read very well and she could not write. Girls were expected to learn household aid social skills and Mary chores and learned from the Bible beyond that she often spent time by the seashore and Moore's when Mary was around ten years old and her father returned home from a long absence. He was unhappy with the fact that she could not read well or right and did not know Matt so he sent her off to a boarding school in the town of Muscle Boura but the elite school was not a good fit for Mary though she learned some handwriting. Grammar Math and French at the school. She only stayed there for a year as a teenager. Mary spent a lot of time in social activities going to concerts and parties but she also began studying on her own after seeing algebraic symbols in a magazine she gained an interest in Algebra and she was an avid reader. She took advantage of her family's library. Studying navigation Greek Latin and geometry. Her parents tried to keep her from studying math because they believe that studying. Such a complex academic subject subject could cause girls physical and mental harm. They even took her candles so she couldn't study at night but she did manage to educate hid herself in secret. Her brother's tutor bought her books and she memorized. Some books and an uncle helped her with classical studies in eighteen. o four our. Mary was forced to marry her. First Cousin Samuel Greek who was a captain in the Russian Navy they moved to London had two sons one of whom died as has a baby. She had a little more leeway to study math and science now that she was married but Samuel did not support her intellectual proceeds he. He died in eighteen. Oh seven and she returned to Scotland with her son. The death of her husband brought her more financial freedom and allowed her to pursue her studies openly eh she studied higher math physical astronomy and she read. Isaac Newton's Book Mathematical Principles of Natural Philosophy on the laws of motion and universal. Oh gravitation her. Studies were encouraged by some scholars like William Wallace a professor of mathematics at Edinburgh University in eighteen. Twelve else she married. Dr William Somerville. An army doctor who was also her cousin. But unlike Samuel Greek he supported her studies. She began studying. Geology legit and botany. The couple moved to lend in and have four children together. Though only to survive to in London they became friends with other scientists. INTAS like William Herschel and Caroline Herschel as well as Charles Baggage in eighteen twenty six. Mary published her. First Scientific Paper on the magnetising power of the more refrigerator solar rays though. The paper was praised and she continued doing experiments with solar radiation. The idea that the signs radiation could magnetized substances was proven incorrect. Her own research got some attention but her translations and works detailing other scientific research urge discoveries was more popular. Mary spent four years. Translating and condensing mathematician Pierre applauses celestial mechanics and in eighteen thirty one the more accessible mechanism of the heavens was available to the public for years later her second book the connection of the Physical Sciences was published wished. The book summarized what was known about the physical sciences and showed how the sciences connected with one another Mary and Caroline Herschel with the first woman men who were named honorary members of the Royal Astronomical Society. Somerville continued her scientific work after her husband and son died in eighteen sixty the in eighteen sixty five respectively. She wrote physical geography which is published in eighteen. Forty eight another notable work of hers was on Molecular Killer and microscopic science which was basically outdated by the time it was published in eighteen sixty nine. Mary died at her home in Italy in eighteen. Seventy me to the next year autobiography was released. I'm Eve Jeffcoat and hopefully you know a little more about history today than you do yesterday. If you have any burning questions you can send them to us on facebook twitter or INSTAGRAM AT TD H Z podcast. And if you would prefer you could send them to us via email at this day at iheartmedia dot com. Thanks for listening. And we'll see you here again. Same time tomorrow.
"somerville" Discussed on The Emma Guns Show
"Welcome to another episode of the Emma Gun show. It's me I am your host. We're GONNA wardner and it was so happy to say that I'm and joined in this episode by the One and only Kate Somerville and listeners. I'M NOT GONNA lie. This is a lovely episode to record. I've never never had an experience quite like it and I was actually at dinner last night. namedrop within the Dean and Lindsey. That's by getting CALC for regular listeners. And I was saying to them and how it was like the second. I got into the room with Kate. It was like we were magnets. Destroy onto each other even at the end roomful of people. And where do I find myself in the corner. Having the little chat with K it was just so so lovely and also just so surprising that it's taken this long to meet given that we by working bt industry so. I'm going to set the scene Knwo you. We met in cates hotel room on Halloween. That's just descriptive. It's GonNa get this. I was doing. I didn't know what temperature was and within in five minutes. We were talking about Margaritas. Los Angeles the Beach Santa Barbara and Guacamole and within moments of finishing the taping. We were drinking homemade Margaritas. Rita's delicious by the way and toasting the fact that we finally got together met and also created this podcast this show honestly. It was a delight to record because K is no nonsense. She's no BS. And I really really love. Love Her story how she learned manage her. Oh next summer. How interesting skin sent home on a career path where she became a clinician institition? He created Harry skin-care. Why Science is so important brand which makes my heart thing and how becoming a business woman came with its version fishes of trials and tribulations and what she's up to next and it really reminded me and I think this is another reason why the show felt so special? It really reminded me a of how the gone show started. which was I for years have spoken to even the beauty industry? You've created bronze John's you've created this huge success. And there's never been a blueprint has never been a blueprint for how they should or any kind of Join the dots of how they should create has those businesses and whenever I used to editorial in magazines that was the part of the story that you would never able to share because it was always about the products or about something else and it was really really delightful set in and go right back to the beginning of Kate. Story really go back to the beginning of Kate story understand how all the pieces fit together and also you can hear it too. She's a brilliant person to have a proper deep meaningful with genuinely this. podcast could have been several hours long. It was so easy to kate and no subject was off limits. An question didn't have an answer and she was very open and honest which is always just delight. So you're going to hear it to you. I'm sure Oh but you'll also get the sense of what a level headed frontiers how emotionally and how emotionally intelligent. She is and and how strong she is both for herself. And for the people around her and her ability to see through. Bs and not get caught up in drama. which is a quality admiring anyone on you getting a sense that I had a good time recording with Kate Somerville I I do hope so? So it without any further ado here. She is kate song ago on the Anti Gun. Show.
"somerville" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Entrepreneurs
"Gabriella Somerville has been surrounded by plains and love of aviation her entire life instead of a Dollhouse. She was given model planes and was taken along too many airshows by her father and uncle near her home south of London today with twenty five years of experience in commercial aviation. She is founder CEO and the sole owner of connect jets a leading private jet brokerage handling sales charters and logistics for clients around the world, the company was launched back in two thousand nine with Gabriella, providing her own seed funding with money she made from the sale of a cabin in Switzerland. Connect jets turned over a four million pound profit after year two and has soared ever since working closely with plane owners and manufacturers to reduce both operating costs and carbon footprint while creating safer and more comfortable travel through and through the company, exemplifies high touch customer service and four. Forward thinking to vital business practices. Gabriella learned early in her career while working alongside at Branson as part of the inaugural Virgin Atlantic cabin crew. You're listening to the entrepreneurs with me Daniel Bauge for today's program. I sat down with Gabriella to hear about her incredible career in aviation. The impact our company is having on the markets day and the importance of having more women leaders in the industry. Young age always wanted to to travel that was inherent young age. And so I had to the prior to joining virgin traveled to America's a nanny or no pay in the US. And I think that hit give me this great desire to kind of each other countries in the planet. So I started to ply for jobs within the center, which was a lot harder. More thoughts. I think there were went for Nevin interviews before getting my first one per Charlotte Airways, which I was there for six months, and then on non thereafter, and you were part of the original virgin, Kevin cours. Yeah. A long time. Yes. I was on the original virgin girls came back to when it was in its embryonic days when it just started. They exciting times Richard kind of hit the market by storm by recreating an airline with a different format. He spoke blue sky thinking into the. Service into she every process of booking and everything else. At that time say it was a great place to be in the nineteen eight nine thousand eight is and being part of the virgin empire. When it was being built, do you think you're interested in being a part of that was the excitement around the business and of the airline or little bit of seeing the world and being a part of it was that in these times being stood as what if they sorta jobs everybody wanted we used to be down route for ten days. This was an Montek job. It was fantastic. Traveling the world getting paid to stay in five star hotels. But I think it was a culmination base. I think the stood out the time I love to Achraf I love lying and on traveling to to be books and tonnes of wants to go my career, and you moved up quite quickly with virgin as well from what you told me when we first met, I think Richard Branson had a big impact on you. And part of that was the entrepeneurship spirit that he encouraged for you to think outside the box a little bit. The people that worked for him. He wanted that. I must say I mean, it was grace in that sense. Because he would bring out the orange Pinera new. If it was there, there was something in you that was seeking a bit more. And I think you'll rice I did I was very lucky that I went in the right time. It was a young align. I went through to being Pasa quite critically. What he in the first class cabin? Richard liked to see that passion on he liked to see people that had designed to get on. And I think in the cabin. He would come up says fish on Abubakar when I was on the deck, which was my favorite position. And he would say how would you improve this? You know, what the passenger saying? Well, she thinking and that was what was grace. But he was there little Pat and pen and just write down these gems because she with the best people's well because we were whacking day in day out with the customers, and we knew what they wanted. So that was I think the key to his success is the fact that he listened to so full workers, and he. Wanted to know what was full house at that. Then built this very credible aligned, but was on the cutting edge in terms of what was going in the sector. Do you think you could pinpoint to one of the greatest takeaways you learn from him and getting that chance to hear from him directly. The one thing. I I liked passion was I was very lucky. I was on the promotional team. So I go don't all the inaugural flight cited the London's Los Angeles where we had Jacquelyn Bissett. Jane, Seymour, David. So might y'all its name is today, and we had the beef fifty TS boming out a live band in this piece of aluminum tubing. We had models sort of Dink round the aircraft in bikinis and plastic max. And I think what I learned from that was we will move down rate Richard always vice us tool the events. And he realized that we will keep people, and he told me about leadership, I think more than anything that to be a true leader and be successful and inhere. To have the people following you. Which if you're going to create a brand you have to create that all the way through a talk right through sports him, and he was accident to that. Because he would always look behind him Hato AC if we will foaming and if we weren't nicest that say, right? What do we need to do this better? If we had a particularly difficult flights, all let's say was delayed for a long period or all we had done. Something else would receive nice gift sometimes bottles. Champagne, maybe a fruit basket every Christmas card was signed by him. They little touches that make you feel special. And I think you know know, man, an island on a rain. But when you create a team that believe in your vision leave in year and actually loyalty because you've been Sega them than I just think that is where where his successes where lied that time and just moving forward with with your own career. I imagined that sort of really state. With you in the next few rules that you took on. And that's actually having a lot of people under you being in charge of of cabin crew moving to British you really sort of your career took off in that sense. I really didn't want to leave Jin I complete seven is. But I was also IGA to form a career and that was beyond sort of being up in the air on new. There was a time imitation for that for me, and I was eager and keen to move forward. So then moved to share as because it was dead man's shoes. At virgin and in terms of getting a role on the ground. I went spur show is it was interesting because you'll gain from this sort of very entrepreneurs set up to eight corporate and tea which works on a completely different spoil. Sit took quite a wealth meat kind of complete that change my mind ready to go from one set up to another. But Bristow is allowed me to move quite quickly through the ranks allow me to get this completely holistic view of aviation from Kevin create a special services to product to manner. Aging fleet toget- we to being part of customer service or managing the cabin crew. They're basically the unions. So here, I really I think got my corner stay my grounding for the future that I would have in terms of having my own aviation set up. And did you know that would go into the world of charter jets are private jets because that's where you went next. Is that right had no idea? And that's what I love that life. You know, many things haven't by default, not intention, and it's the journey that you're on an I had completed almost fourteen years in commercial aviation, and I took a about a year and a half hour going to live in the outs. Bought myself Chevrolet and set up a small business there, which was purely running small agency events, I was more of a lifestyle than building a business, but and then inherently I did miss aviation, and I ended up being part over the time of war bird, say CA Shen engineer, which was these old war. Beds time these old across the stems t six is I ended up flying with a couple of friends in these. And then helping them set up a syndicate program on these wall beds. But there was a time nation to that. And then again, I got invited by accident. If he liked to e base in Geneva, which is the biggest private aviation convention in Europe. And it was there that my next Paul would follow I met a lady coup Judas Morton who was I think one of the first women to really conquer the private wells and being the sort of managerial director position, and she was managing sky jet body. An I was then vice finish Vive. And luckily, the job as collation manageable body, a- skyjacked based femme epoch? So that saw me coming back to the UK and ring gauge with aviation, but on a private jet side. I imagine this is probably the period where you start to think about. About your own venture. And what you can do in that space is where the origin for connect jets comes around this time. Absolutely. I had to learn a lot, and I was in the best place to I had. Jeez. Morrison? Andrew ROY who experienced this particular set down. I just decided to go in there and learn and learn the ropes and known quickly. And I traveled a lot to the US seaborn body. I grit team from one to four of us the hospital the clients around the world, and that was a great job in itself because I was able then to wine and dine some the biggest moves in Shaka's. And that is a story, and it self being twelve the questions that people ask me now how to start watch. What is he's bombarded? Definitely was the part of rice started to feel like maybe one day that was something out there that I could start and with this sort of mix of experience in being with Richard Branson and Lance egg, and then going to share his and then bombard you I was getting this very. Great view of the industry, and I was starting to get my ideas of how we could do things maybe slightly
"somerville" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Well i have a break to take we'll pick this up on the other side of the break and it's just been communicated to me that the somerville fear is where this film is playing so if you know how to get the somerville people and that makes sense because somerville has a couple of off the major beaten path movie theaters and it is there i don't know the schedule i'm sure you can go online and find out all of that but i'm going to take a break when i come back now i know we're talking about suzanne but i wanna talk about you courtney because you entered into this project as a nervous but something about this project just galvanized you and your strength and you decided to if i'm not mistaken cami from ron come up with a screenplay based on this story and this was something you did true absolutely i i would it was made aware to me that this book written by jeff bandages was was offered up for film and tv rights and i said all right i'll read it and i read it and i could not believe that this happened in our country and is legal and i read the book and i said this is this is insane like somebody can lose their home and their neighborhood because city says well something better can be built here something worth more than what then what you are worse this has happened all across america for hundreds of years that the powers that be get a burr under the saddle at that property at the corner of first and main would be better served for x project than letting the smiths live there for the first second and third generation and this is what happens more often than not when these people come in and.
"somerville" Discussed on WCTC
"Coming up in early june all right so your chance to win natura is coming up so stick around a couple things happening in somerville in and around somerville hello somerville by the way we love when wctc goes to somerville great downtown you haven't somerville courts and a lot cool things happening there first thing if you happen to drive in somerville and a lot of people do is going to be some road work that will begin tonight it's one of these eight pm two six am sort of like overnight road work things that's happening this is east main street in somerville adams ville road all the way to gas than avenue milling and paving now i know they just wrapped up a milling paving job not too far from our station here and created a couple of inconveniences because he did it like right in the middle of the day so this is going to be any pm two six am four night gig from the tuesday may thirty of which is a today of course right on through this friday twenty two twenty eight good alternatives to get through the area there but just the watch out for that if you happen to drive in somerville each day also yesterday speaking of somerville was the annual tour of somerville which is the great bike race that happens downtown there were a lot of memorial day parade so that were cancelled throughout the state yesterday because of the weather but the taurus somerville went on and riding a bicycle in the rain at they get stuff the ride a bicycle on a beautiful day dry doing it in the rain and tell me what that's like so does dark skies yesterday threat of rain and even rain for a while but the a bike ride went.