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"sydney goldstein theater" Discussed on How I Built This

How I Built This

09:22 min | 3 months ago

"sydney goldstein theater" Discussed on How I Built This

"So just a few days ago. Ken Grossman and I were supposed to be sitting side by side on stage at the Sydney Goldstein Theater in San Francisco for a live. How I built this show to hear how he built. One of the biggest craft beer companies in the country but instead that events like every other event was cancelled. But we didn't want to miss out on getting a chance to hear Ken story because too good and to inspiring to wait until we can all go out again so we asked Ken to record himself from his home just outside Chico California and by the way that's how it's going to be for a while because our staff our guests me probably many of you were all at home now and starting to adjust to this very weird new reality. I'm gonNA confess something here. I feel a little bit conflicted about doing a show that celebrates building and creating when so many businesses are in trouble now. Somebody people are worried but I also think of this show as a place of hope and possibility this is GonNa be a long challenging journey for all of us and we're going to need stories of people who can inspire us with the challenges they've overcome and the battles they've waged the odds. They've defeated to build something truly special. Sierra Nevada. Now before we even get into Ken Story. We wanted to hear from him about how things are going with managing the crisis so far and of course in one way the company is in better shape than most because lots of people are in need of a beer these days so in places where they can get it they are buying it. They're buying a lot of it. And when I spoke to Ken a few days ago he told me his production facilities are still open but he has no idea how long it might last a lot of the businesses that we depend on to sell our products are severely challenged right now and you know having this kind of financial disruption happened to tens of thousands of small family owned and run bars restaurants With the stores across the nation is going to have a huge toll on the lives of those people. The economy's in those communities so it's it's been one of the most difficult and stressful weeks in our existence I've had a lot of them over forty years. It was a lot of sleepless nights but this is sort of the pinnacle of of things for us to have to work through an and to make decisions about and yes over the course of building. Sierra Nevada beer can has had a lot of sleepless nights starting with trying to build a craft brewing company in his twenties with barely any money. When people didn't really know a craft beer was in fact when can introduce his now legendary Sierra Nevada Pale Ale to his friends in one thousand nine hundred most of them thought it was undrinkable but today his company is the third largest craft brewery in the US. After Boston. Beer Company and yelling in Canton and his family owned one hundred percent of Sierra Nevada but making money and becoming rich from beer was far from Kansas at his core. He is a beer brewer. Not a businessman totally obsessed with the process with the hops and barley in the mall to the strains of yeast and his interest in brewing and fermentation actually started when he was a kid growing up. In La's San Fernando Valley. We had a a small neighborhood group of boys Growing up through elementary school. So I met my neighbor I think it was second grade and his father was a you even back then was making home. Beer and wine and Was a Super Very progressive person for the time. He's into cooking and baking and for Manning and culinary arts as well as Being a cyclist so he was into bikes. Which later got into cycling and touring and also was a scientist? He was a meddler just in work for Rocketdyne and so he sort of had all those passions of Of Life and and I guess it really appealed to me so I was around fermenting beer from probably the age of Seven or eight or so And seeing things boiling on the stove every weekend when he would brew and his Senate. I were best buddies for many many years. I ended up moving up to Chico when he attended Chico State. What was your friends? what was it? What was his dad's name must name the cow Molar County since passed away But Calvin Molar He was this a very early adopter of of the. The science of brewing mortem brewers back in that day. You know. We're using English old sort of crude books on how to make cheap beer but not necessarily You know how to make great beer and had a had a do it at home with sort of a science based yeah so He approached from a scientific side. So here here's what I'm wondering you are in high school and I guess from from whatever you bought your first home brewing Kit Around that time Which I think a lot a lot more high school juniors today would put in in the early seventies certainly not early sixties. Early in common Did you did you WanNa make beer because you liked it and wanted to drink beer? Or what was the? What was the thinking behind buying a home Brooklyn When I was young so I couldn't buy beer and so I just wanted to experiment with making bear. That was it. Yeah and he'll today if you want to brew beer you just go on the Internet and order the hops come in pellets and you know wherever you need and then you just do. It was it. Was it a little more complicated than nineteen sixty-nine It was so there were actually some Homebrew supply stores just getting started. And you could buy beer and wine. Making supplies at that. Point pumping was still illegal but They did Nobody got arrested for providing mulder hops. But if you think back to that era there was still a bit of a carryover from prohibition brewing and so you could buy malt extract even at hardware stores and it was You know sold with a crock and packaging east and a little block of some pretty lousy hops. But there there were ingredients that were still available. During the prohibition era and no good information on how to make great beer home there was just For those people who wanted to brew Abacha Cold Brew. And how how? How early batches I mean were. They terrible terrible. You put them in a closet and your house. Where did you go? I had to hide. 'em Hide Him from my mother and Actually made a batch of wine. I which was pretty tragic. Which was out of welches cantwell just grape juice and some bacon east a can of grape juice cans anymore And then I got some all extract and and being. A bunch of me did a plastic bucket and and started bruin a little bit. How did you? How did you know you weren't making like you know Botulin Eum or anthrax or something? I guess one of the things about beer making is that Things like that don't grow in Beer. I got you okay. alcohol the P. H. Hops are all inhibitory to Toxins not that you can't make bad beer but it's pretty impossible to make beer those kind of toxins yet. All right so you. You're you know doing home brewing and and I guess when you Graduate High School in Nineteen seventy-two You decide that College is really going to be. You're saying that you you you WanNa Kinda just get out. La Move Up to northern California. And you go you end up in Chico California a small town in In the foothills of the Sierra Nevada the idea was that's where you want to to be for a while. Yeah I got a job at a bicycle shop which was a family owned business With the father and two sons working there in a pretty frictional environment the dynamic was not great and after less than a couple of months I sort of had to change your heart and say well maybe I should go to school and so I applied at the junior college to study chemistry and ended up eventually transferring to Chico state and continued to take science classes I met my girlfriend and then later wife Through a mutual friend about the same time this is. This is your wife. Katie that you met you met her at Butte Community College matter. She was going to Chico. State.

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"sydney goldstein theater" Discussed on How I Built This

How I Built This

01:45 min | 4 months ago

"sydney goldstein theater" Discussed on How I Built This

"So before we start the show I wanna tell you about to live episodes. I'll be recording in just a few weeks and how you can come see them in person. If you are a fan of ninety s alternative music you will not want to miss my live conversation with the founders of sub pop the legendary recording label behind bands like Nirvana soundgarden. The Shins and many many others that show is happening on March. Twenty six in Seattle at Benaroya Hall and then the very next night. March twenty seventh. I'll be in San Francisco interviewing. Ken Grossman founder of one of the biggest craft beer makers in America Sierra Nevada brewing company. That's happening at the Sydney Goldstein Theater in San Francisco. Now if you haven't been to a live recording of the show they are Super Fun. Come on down. Meet your fellow listeners. Be a part of the show. Laugh cry grab some how I built this swag and come say hi to me in the team so I really hope to see you in either or maybe both San Francisco and Seattle on March twenty. Sixth and twenty seventh for tickets visit. Npr PRESENTS DOT. Org Van our spending every waking moment together making videos and we ended up calling it the night stepbrothers and calling it a TV show and crabs you you end up selling to hbo just a short time later for like two million dollars which which has been life changing for you. Yes it was. It was incomprehensible to us was it. We shot this video on a tutor. Dr Camera we bought at Walmart. We ended this movie. You know this is this is when HBO was sex in the city. Sopranos six feet under the wire.

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"sydney goldstein theater" Discussed on How I Built This

How I Built This

08:07 min | 4 months ago

"sydney goldstein theater" Discussed on How I Built This

"So before we start the show I wanna tell you about to live episodes. I'll be recording in just a few weeks and how you can come see them in person. If you are a fan of ninety s alternative music you will not want to miss my live conversation with the founders of sub pop the legendary recording label behind bands like Nirvana soundgarden. The Shins and many many others that show is happening on March twenty sixth in Seattle at Benaroya Hall. And then the very next night. March twenty seventh. I'll be in San Francisco interviewing. Ken Grossman founder of one of the biggest craft beer makers in America Sierra Nevada brewing company. That's happening at the Sydney Goldstein Theater in San Francisco. Now if you haven't been to a live recording of the show they are Super Fun. Come on down. Meet your fellow listeners. Be a part of the show. Laugh cry grab some how I built this swag and come say hi to me and the team so I really hope to see you in either or maybe both San Francisco and Seattle March Twenty sixth and twenty seventh for tickets visit. Npr PRESENTS DOT Org. Hey everyone so today. We've got another one of my conversations from the how I built this summit. That happened last October in San Francisco. Jedi Britain Bauer has spent the past eight years perfecting her signature line of ice cream flavors which include fluffer nutter pie goat cheese and Cherry and my personal favorites bramble very crisp and biscuits and peaches and these are just a few of the unusual flavors. You'll find Jenny. Splendid ice creams all began at a Columbus Ohio. Farmers Market Back in two thousand two today. Jenny's is a staple at whole foods and there are nearly forty scoop shops across the United States in my life conversation onstage. I asked Jenny about staying true to herself. And how her ice cream can be that amazingly good without any egg yolks. I WanNa talk to you about a word. That comes up a lot and I have really mixed feelings about this word and I and I hope some of you do too which is authenticity. We hear this word a lot. Be Authentic Bureau authentic self your true self and one of the really cool things about your story that are members that in the early days when you had your first version of. What would become Jenny? Splendid later on you used to wear like torn jeans and you had green and purple hair and at a certain point you realize that actually wasn't working that something about your look and the aesthetic of what you were selling wasn't right and you decided to change. You took the diet of your hair. You started wearing all white. You sort of looked like a like a pharmacist. And your ice cream shop here. It became kind of reflected that clean aesthetic. And I'm wondering I mean you know you could say well Jenny. You know you weren't being your authentic self at that time. But of course I absolutely was it absolutely was I realized that I was communicating through what I was wearing and it was it was. It was goof you restore outfits. I mean. They're really cute. I had pink hair for a long time but I wasn't conveying. That sort of who I think I felt like on the inside honestly and and what. I thought that I wanted from my ice cream maker. You know the other thing was that it scream my first day scream shop. I thought that I could be this ice cream artiste and like everybody would be so excited about whatever. I was doing today that they would. Just you know. Come down and figure and stand in line and you know what's the. Great Jenny have today and I was really thinking more like an artist or a wannabe artist. So I quit art school to make ice cream then and when I got to Jenny's in two thousand into when I open Jenny's I I took all emphasis off of me on purpose. I had learned the lesson that no one comes to a business for whatever I'm making today. I don't go to businesses for that. I go to a business for what I had the last time I was there. Not for some new thing. I might change my mind when I get there. And so once I learned that I knew that I had to create this signature line that everybody knew about. And that was like credible in the middle of the night and you had to have it the next day and then I could play around with other stuff and then those could move onto the signature list if they were good enough if people loved them enough and so that was part of that. Take the emphasis off me. Ron Customers still add my passion to this but not make it about me anymore. Make it about other people and I knew what people love because they knew what they loved it. Scream when Miami. I shop but I didn't always have that so that constant disappointment is not a very good way to run a business. Do you do sort of agree with me? This idea of authenticity is being complicated. Because you know we get is be your yourself your authentic self and not. All of us know how to do that or what that actually means. Yeah it is. It's a complex thing right now especially when you talk about companies and brands building authenticity and starting with into though. Because what does that actually mean? That's something that you can't make you have to do. And it takes a long time and I think that so many times for me anyway often to city. It's a trust for yourself. And it's not trusting that you'll never make mistakes as trusting that you will but you'll get yourself out of trouble and I think the authenticity almost from that place of trust for yourself. You know because the people in the company that we find the most authentic are the ones that are making mistakes sometimes or that are trying things that are pushing themselves so I want to own a sort of a shift gears. A little bit and ask you about perfectionism because for those who know about your company in about you. You're a perfectionist. I mean you obsess over ice cream. In a way that few people obsess over any products right. I mean we start with what the cows eat and that every year. Our ice cream recipes change. I mean right. Now we're talking about extended hold times for pasteurization and how that will impact stability. We don't use stabilizes modifiers corn Syrup high-fructose Corn Zip and a whole bunch of other ingredients. That are very typical and ice cream or even a yolks. But we figured out that that that there's various ways to make milk proteins. Act that way and it's really fun and it's extremely delicious but it's all still an experiment and it's a big challenge. I think it's one of the reasons that twenty four years in. I'm still extremely excited about what we can do this year. And what we're going to try this year is going to impact what we're GONNA DO. Next year started to interrupt. I can get like really excited about this. I know me too cheap because I've noticed that there are no egg yolks. Oh the sort of I guess unless you want it to be unless you want there to be lake an Eggnog or something like that but I mean even like the peaches you buy for the Peach Cobbler or the cherries you use for the goat cheese you source it in an obsessive way. The cows are raised on well. And we're patient so for me. I always serve the people and so it starts building a relationship with a with a grower or producer and then we can work out quality together because we know that that's the way I mean. That's how you get the best stuff so sometimes it can take years to figure out how you know which. Which kind of strawberries grow in Ohio? And how can we extend that season by a few weeks so we have time to process them all as they come in? There's all sorts of cool stuff that you can do. But you really have to have a good relationship with your farmers and growers and your producers like Whiskey. You know there's too much alcohol and the whiskey. We couldn't add enough to ice cream. You know and still abide by the law. So we work with our whiskey distiller to create a lower alcohol whisky so we can add a Lotta whiskey to those kinds of things. All are based on relationships. I mean but with that level of obsessive nece right. You're paying a premium for really high quality products. Also means that your ice cream's more expensive pine of Jennings's expensive compared to pine another brand right. It's a very dense. There's a lot of ice cream. It's packed.

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"sydney goldstein theater" Discussed on How I Built This

How I Built This

01:50 min | 4 months ago

"sydney goldstein theater" Discussed on How I Built This

"Hey so really quick. I want to remind you about two incredible live shows coming up one in Seattle and the other one in San Francisco on Thursday March Twenty six albeit Bene- Royal Hall in Seattle talking to the founders of sub Pop Jonathan Parliament and Bruce Pavitt they founded the iconic indie label behind artists like Nirvana Fleet Foxes soundgarden and many many others and the very next day on March twenty seventh. I'll be in San Francisco talking with. Ken Grossman founder of Sierra Nevada. Brewing company a hugely important part of the micro brewing revolution in the United States. That's happening at the Sydney Goldstein Theater in San Francisco for more information on either of these shows or to get your tickets please head to NPR PRESENTS DOT ORG and. I hope to see their as for today's show ship. Wilson is definitely the kind of entrepreneur who is very attentive to trends and when he was living in Vancouver in the late nineteen nineties. The trend he noticed was yoga. It seemed like everyone was getting into it particularly women so the story. Lululemon is a classic case of seeing an opportunity. And just seizing on it. Right place right time but long way chip also ran into some major problems some of which he caused himself if I ran in June of twenty eighteen. It's a super interesting story. Hope you enjoy it. You're this people were just naked in front of the store well. They showed up in their trench coats. And you know we rent out when we went with open. The story went out with my wife and put my arm around her. And then we They we said thanks for coming and everyone dropped their trenchcoats.

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"sydney goldstein theater" Discussed on How I Built This

How I Built This

01:36 min | 4 months ago

"sydney goldstein theater" Discussed on How I Built This

"Hey I am so excited to tell you about to how I built. This live shows coming to San Francisco and Seattle in just a few weeks in San Francisco. I'll be speaking with Ken. Grossman of Sierra Nevada brewing company. That's happening Friday March twenty seventh at the Sydney Goldstein Theater. In that same week on Thursday the twenty sixth of March. I'll be in Seattle at Ben Roy Hall talking to the founders of sub pop the label behind artists like Nirvana and death cab for Cutie and soundgarden Jonathan Parliament and Bruce Pavitt will sit down with me to recount their story thesis going to be incredible show so if you are a fan of Sierra Nevada Nineties Music Nirvana or just of the show. Be Sure to join us on this. West Coast swing for more information or to get your tickets head to NPR PRESENTS DOT ORG and hope to see you there. All of a sudden. I was packing up my window office on the forty second floor of Fox Plaza which is the iconic building entry city and literally the next day pushing saw horses and plywood into a windowless phone closet in a warehouse with Kevin and I remember pushing us all behind him thinking really have done this from NPR. It's how I built this show. I'm universities entrepreneurs idealists and the stories behind the movements..

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"sydney goldstein theater" Discussed on Nobody Listens to Paula Poundstone

Nobody Listens to Paula Poundstone

11:18 min | 8 months ago

"sydney goldstein theater" Discussed on Nobody Listens to Paula Poundstone

"Mailbag okay now going to mailbag. We have so so many positive and lovely thoughts I mean the vast majority of the ratios amazing. People they're Nice. They're sweet. There are a few complaints and we thought you know. It's squeaky wheel gets the grease because if somebody wants something changed on our show whereas negative to say you know we want to address it. Yeah Yeah we want to address it. So here's one I'll I'll read it. Apparently it's it's for me. Yeah subject dear atom from Gabriel Deo Connell. And he writes graduation. Graduation is not the best connie album. You know nothing. Go Fuck Yourself. Wow so he's a writer. Yeah now I just I that is layered. You know what I feel. It's got one lawyer. It's one if one counts as layered. Yes ask yeah. I'll say this you know what I'm I frequently would choose a late registration the previous album from two years earlier. I'm from county. which is my favorite kanye album? But I also love graduation. I think it's a good record. PROBABLY NOT GONNA go fuck myself. Well it's your loss us all right. Thanks writing in I do. I do think graduation underrated album. But we're not a music critic show nope exactly named named Anthony Farro. I think he said that that's his favorite country album. It is his favorite gone. Yeah well you know what you're going to be doing tonight. Ah Anthony El. Faro went to music school anyway. Here's one that's a little more temperate Okay it's from normal person. The subject is from delightful to train wreck high. I normally love. Nobody listens to ball poundstone. I look forward to Monday mornings but this week show took me three days to finish and I finally just had to turn it off. Bonnie's tune story was not entertaining in the least and let everyone shout over. Each other is no way to run a podcast. Please keep Pratt captain crinkle in the background. Disgruntled Lee Yours Norma in San Francisco now that browse me up a little bit. Oh riles me up just for that Bonnie. Do you want to come in here. And respond to this coming up to the microphone body Burns and explain succinctly if you don't mind why this is a hurtful email just throwing this out there but I have a feeling that Norma didn't understand understand it. Bonnie can you explain Cabin Creek. Everybody don't do that with the good potato chips. What's your problem You Know Company not realizing that the tracks were mislabeled. Yeah and I think the thing is when you had onto explain it and we didn't let her finish and there's a lot of people complaining that I interrupted her so Bonnie let's review. What happened with that first? Time with the tracks shocked that you invited me Adam. We've invited you up here. Microphone Lime that lofty peak of the podcast trying trying to get to the microphone. The segment I yeah. I'm so sick for those. But did they hated. What's your name? Boy Katie Heiferman. And so I wonder if Norma is still going to listen then that was just. I think I think you're right. Paulo didn't understand is what Bonnie went through to try to post that the thing on north three days to finish it but it took you buddy how long to get up on I tunes. You know the tracks fashion able able. Yeah and that created A. How long did it take to put it up on? I tunes. Well okay. Well you never let me finishing. Were you getting getting to ask you. How many days things play was I got it up? And that's when I realized is that they had the wrong fork it so I had to lead on career flipping people off in a car I had to read normally gets pulled over. She's going to play this for the COP. They had to read and figure out. If I pulled down your date not let me put your son backup terrible on the great nation so then I had to read that and put down yeah and then figure out rate retrial. Back again that was an actual who do not have website calm. That has sounds that you fall asleep to like rain or blowing leaves or maybe just a story we should submit. Bonnie's explanation of the posting on items. Yeah it could just go on for days and days and people just drift off hearing and then I tried to put it up and down the label. I do love the bunny fell like she never got that point across. I didn't exactly what what was speaking of Captains Paula. You want to read the next one got a complaint from a why. Why don't you sit in for the rest of the segment? What could possibly go wrong? Quiet quiet quiet. We gotTa Complain About Mrs Culpepper About Mrs Copeba. Michiko Buba. Here's what nobody wrote. Subject Mrs Colpepper is from Jesse Jesse. I'm so happy to receive of your message Tron to say this as respectfully as possible Mrs Colpepper Age and breeding. But what can someone please please please put Muslim on the lady or at least have a start stop warning signal to pretend it does from culpeper moments carries is a columnist taught bio. I don't recall the meaning of the word but I'm certainly applause and now I love pretty much everything about your podcast. Apollo but clearly misses a damage spirit would any given moment it may jump in and occupy poor unsuspecting policy body and mind. I'm concerned not just for ease but for Paula as yeah well we'll come. Tom Where Mrs Colpepper and perhaps a few cowering balloon animals are all that remain. Thank you for any help. Abuse can provide dish. Oh dear well Ms Cove ever well slipping just say this when Adam takes moment from fucking himself the she can address you. I'm shocked shocked. Spirit occupies policy but instead of myself pleasant addition to nobody listens to Paula poundstone damages. It's quite clear though. I mean I you know I ever. Since is your husband left. You didn't leave. No he was quite attached to me. Oh he was very much in Love Adam Film Don do not dress I do really be set code. It strikes me that we feel that a bunch of complaints from our from our listeners and and and denied them all and made things worse in each and every case we yes so to me. This just is just unhappy unhappy APPs. She was not raised right. That's a possibility. She was not an all property I would. I have to say that my thought on just that she was not raised properly. That could be true. And Jesse you might have written a little while ago now. I bet now that you've met French. Trump you're grateful for MRS members did not have a meltdown. Yes he had a meltdown. Quite possible. That you're both having meltdowns all right. So that's our mailbag mailbag team right now. Paula Euros on the road. Where you're going to be next? I Hate self-promotion. I know you know you know what let's not do it. Let's move on. I'm going to be in Alexandria. Virginia Birch Mir musical on November fifteenth sixteenth and seventeen seventeen. That's a Friday Saturday Sunday on New Year's Eve. 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"sydney goldstein theater" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:07 min | 1 year ago

"sydney goldstein theater" Discussed on KQED Radio

"KqeDorg San Francisco and k QA north highlands, Sacramento at two o'clock. Welcome to city arts and lectures, a season of talks and onstage conversations with some of the most celebrated writers artists, and thinkers are day recorded before an audience of the Sydney Goldstein theater in San Francisco. this week semi nostra and lindy west join us to talk about the joys and tears of adapting their books for television finding their individual voices and some of their favorite snacks samir nostrand is the author of the cookbook salt fat acid heat and executive producer of the netflix series of the same name lindy west is a contributing opinion writer for the new york times her essay collection shrill notes from allowed woman is now a critically acclaimed television series on april twenty ninth twenty nineteen semi nas rat and lindy west came to the sydney goldstein theater to talk with alison davis senior culture writer for new york magazine's the cut join me now for a conversation with some meanness rat and lindy west That ever. ask you i mean what did you eat to celebrate your time one hundred nomination like what was the meal oh well actually this is a good one i found out about that in january when i was in the desert on a weird clubs So I probably some like cassava chips..

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"sydney goldstein theater" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"sydney goldstein theater" Discussed on KQED Radio

"This week, semi NAS rat and Lindy west join us to talk about the joys and tears of adapting their books for television, finding their individual voices and some of their favorite snacks, semi Nostra is the author of the cookbook salt, fat acid heat, an executive producer of the Netflix series of the same name Lindy, west is a contributing opinion writer for the New York Times, her essay collection shrill notes from allowed woman is now a critically acclaimed television series. On April twenty ninth twenty nineteen semi NAS rat and Lindy west came to the Sydney Goldstein theater to talk with Alison Davis senior culture writer for New York magazine's the cut join me now for conversation with mean NAS rat, and Lindy west. Ever. What have to ask you? I mean, what did you eat to celebrate your time, one hundred nomination like what was the meal? Oh, well, actually, this is a good one. I found out about that in January when I was in the desert on weird clubs. So I probably some like cassava chips. Disappoint..

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"sydney goldstein theater" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:45 min | 1 year ago

"sydney goldstein theater" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Experience closer respect each other accept each other a little bit more. The chorus will also Mark the fifth. Thirtieth anniversary of the stonewall riots with concerts June twenty-first and twenty twenty-second at the Sydney Goldstein theater. In San Francisco, Doug sovereign KCBS. Well, it sort of the opposite of economics one one has KCBS as making goals. We reports the port of Oakland shipping volume is not behaving as expected because of the trade war with China, should work taros add to the cost of their imports tariffs. Make their exports more expensive to purchase overseas. So we are watching tariffs closely that says, port spokesman Mike Sam, but they are so far surprised by what they see the port of Oakland seems to be turning tariff logic on its head, so far in twenty nineteen total cargo volume is up five percents in Oakland imports are up six percent, but the longer the trade war goes on the greater the risk of cargo decline in Oakland, yet, we're not seeing that so far as six or nine months, trade. War is gone on it may be because customers here are using nearby countries like Japan Vietnam to get products in and out of China. But Sampo says the fear is this can't last forever. Great concern about the health of their business. They have managed to whether the trade wars, so far, but further increases heightened, the risk for them making gold, speak KCBS will a new Redwood forest preserve in the south bay is open to the public. Now, the bear creek redwoods open space. Preserve was nearly turned into a golf course and luxury home development twenty years ago before local parks officials were able.

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"sydney goldstein theater" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:59 min | 1 year ago

"sydney goldstein theater" Discussed on KQED Radio

"In her latest memoir, save me the plums. She reveals the realities of her time, gourmet and the lasting ways in which she innovated food journalism as we know it. On April ninth two thousand nineteen Ruth racial came to the Sydney Goldstein theater in San Francisco to talk with Stephen win an arts journalist and fiction writer. Join me now for conversation with Ruth racial. Thanks for being here. You really had no business getting that job at gourmet magazine, digital. I really didn't. And I tried to persuade them that they were absolutely crazy. Turn it down. Once didn't I did actually turned it down more than once. Who was I'd tell sixty five people what to do. There's a great bit in the early one of the book when you're sort of I on the case, and you were still trying to you still had your job at the times, and you were trying to spend time at both jobs, which seems insane. What, what were you thinking? What? Well, this is how unprepared, I was finished job. So when I finally agreed that I would take job I said, I have to give the New York Times two months notice because I can't just walk out the door. And then I really wanted month off before I take this job. So it's January and I said, I will start on may first and we did this whole rigmarole about, I will tell the editor, I'm leaving, then they will fire the current editor and it's all it's time to like, you know. Awards game. And I go to Conde nast, and I've given my notice and.

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"sydney goldstein theater" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:13 min | 1 year ago

"sydney goldstein theater" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Started three years ago in the media lab of California's San Quentin prison, the podcast ear hustle tells the daily realities of life inside prison shared by those living it on March twenty ninth two thousand nineteen two of the podcasts creators visual artist Nigel poor and former inmate Earl onwards came to the Sydney Goldstein theater in San Francisco to talk to our lexin after twenty one years of incarceration, Earl on woods sentence had recently been commuted by governor Jerry Brown. This was his first major public appearance since his release. Join me now for a conversation with ear hustle. They make hustle you. It up for me. Good. Ever in your life. Imagine walking out to a welcome Majid. I wanna play the verse quit because this person we get the first put please so early on now that your own self situation is up in the air. Why don't you take from that story? We heard. Yeah. Trying to void. Where his confusion chaos and just craziness. So what's your biggest fear about finding a Sally I have several, but one of them is someone talks too much to Saul ways every time you look around. He's talking token Tolkien through TV shows talking when you walk talk when you get up in the morning, I hate it. In just laughed..

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"sydney goldstein theater" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

08:47 min | 1 year ago

"sydney goldstein theater" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Grade, and then I wanted to be a librarian 'cause they spend all day with books, which are the best things in the world. And then I realized somebody actually got to write them, and I made my final career decision in first grade, which is super easy decide to be a writer, but then you have to write, and it's a lot like playing guitar, you you just have to do it a lot and my process, and I always wish I had some beautiful coherent disciplined organized processed relate. But I feel like I get up in the morning, and I get distracted I scrabble around. And do you know? Until bedtime and then I do the net. Same thing the next day and somehow out of this process that feels undisciplined in coherent books appear in deadlines are met. So, you know. That's all I can say is that. You know, a writer somebody who writes. I have to say it one of the biggest villain for me. That is that a writer isn't someone who just rights right that right? The writing process, and compass is of the research and reading that is that right? Like that is. And the being in the staring at the walls. I think. This is not writing. When you're like, this is writing I knew movies, that's like writers occasionally smiled their brow. And then they have inspiration. And then they found the typewriter, and it's kind of just ridiculous because most of writing is thinking and most of thinking, and that's part of what inspired my book about walking is that I would walk a lot to think through something. So I could go home and write it. And I think we're in a culture that values productivity and efficiency in rating requires all this time that looks like doing nothing which is thinking, and if you just go, you know, I remember with my first book, I didn't want to be one of those slackers talks about the book they're writing for the next twenty years at parties and without actually producing anything. And so I thought it should really want to gather all my information. I should be rating I thought writing typing and type for three days, and then and it was sort of gibberish. And I think it's part of why some writers their first drafts. 'cause I. Pounded out anyhow. And then it has it's like you nailed all the wood together before you decided what the structure was going to look like. And then you then the second draft means you pull all the nails out and start over son. And I was like, okay if writing is not typing than what is it? And it's like mostly thinking. But it's the research before that's thoughtfully engaging with the material and the thinking about what it means. And then it's the vision, which is thinking about what you've written into it always feels to me like writing the narrow waste of a kind of our glasses of of time that goes into it that there is this actual process of getting the words on paper. But then you're going to raise some and change some and so much has to happen before. And after so thank you for reminding me of that I've learned a lot from Rebecca watching her. I've learned a lot faster. This is what a writer does. Okay. Let's okay other questions. Hi, thank you. This conversation has been amazing, and so wonderful to witness one of my favorite things you've in is the line from other questions, if libraries hold all the stories that have ever been told there are ghost libraries stories that have gone untold. And I was wondering if you could talk a bit more about those ghost libraries, or at least give some reading suggestions of books of love that have gone under represented or under noticed. I got where do you start with that? There's so much. There's like we know the fischel versions of history have been kind of great white men histories. And then there's so many alternates astronaut were just talking about a book, we both really love called other powers about women feminism and spirituals in the nineteenth century. There's so many native American histories that have emerged recently that are the stories. Weren't told. And and in a way their stories have been here, we have slave narratives we have made of American autobiographies memoirs, we have, you know, two days ago told me orange was on the stage with his book. They're they're about urban Indians. And it was so exciting this local guy, and you know, right incredibly successful bestseller about being poor native and Oakland based so good. What else, but I think there's also in the same way that you have to assume that you don't know that what you don't know greatly outweighs what you know, you have to assume what you're not the stories that aren't being told greatly outweigh the stories that are being told and that there's often dynamics power, and who story gets told them to just talking to the person next to you on the bus or something that you find out these other stories of who else is out there. Who else matters who else has a perspective on what this is? And it's interesting seeing those moments were farm workers. Stories are amplified by the coalition of emotionally workers or Yunos other processes in which Dory's become. You know, kind of invited in for the first time, and how when another voices heard the overall story, you know, it's like you add a new ingredient to the soup, and it's a different soup. You add another voice to the record, and it becomes a different record. And that process has happened in such intense way that has so greatly leveled out participation not that we're all perfectly. You know, not that we're finished with this processor. Everything's fine now, but it's been so transformative in my lifetime. And it's so exciting, and it's like an I feel like the generation that's coming. It's so much more natural to them. They're so different. And the fact that we're going to be a white minority country in twenty forty four which doesn't bode well for the Republican party, which is telling. Kind of confederate story, you know, like there's so many. So I feel like there's all these untold stories, but there's also these stories emerging, and then just sort of incumbent on all of trion here who's not being invited. I here we are in school district property her to teachers say there are people who are confident who are well near nurtured who will come up and ask you for help. And maybe you should help them. But would should really do is look for the people who never even thought anybody would want to help them or they deserved help, and you should help them. And there's something similar stories are people who are haven't been invited to tell their story before. And it's like how just their store. How do we invitations to the stories? How do we, you know? And that's the song going process. I think has gotten better and is so far from being finished. Thank you. You've been listening to a conversation with Rebecca Solnit pastor Taylor. This program was recorded on February twenty seventh two thousand nineteen at the Sydney Goldstein theater in San Francisco. These costs produced by city matches in association with K Q public radio San Francisco executive produces Kate Goldstein prior and Holly Molin director of communications and design is Alexandra Washington production and communications assistant, Judy Guelph. New dolls the post production director is Nina Thorsen, the Sydney Goldstein theater technical director, Steve echoed, the recording engineer, Jim Bennett, director of radio relations. Eric blasted the music composed and performed by Leeson founding. Producer is Sydney Goldstein. City out some lectures programs supported by the grants for the arts of the San Francisco hotel tax additional funding provided by the Wallace good boaty foundation. The Meany pizza Haas fund, the Bernado she foundation and the friends of city. Awesome victor's support from the recording and post production of city outs provided by Robert Mayland, Esen and Nikola.

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"sydney goldstein theater" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

02:54 min | 1 year ago

"sydney goldstein theater" Discussed on KGO 810

"So in other words, you go backwards in time the question that dogs, physicists is whether or not these solutions are stable. I you take the energy of a black hole. A black hole can rip the fabric of space time could become a wormhole to another universe. But the question is how stable is that wormhole masturbate? Well, because if if if if the mask, it's so compressed that light can't escape it. What's going to happen? If you go through it. Yeah. But you see if a if a wormhole is caused by a spinning black hole, not a die. Bye. But as spinning black call it collapses to a ring. And if you go through the ring, you go through Alice's looking glass, I tell people like to think of like mass like you sat on your bed. And there was a there was a basketball next to you. And it was attracted to you. You bent space time. Right. And so they're thing of smaller. Mass comes to you. Right. So if you were heavy enough that the bed would totally claps, and it would come up together. Then you could cross space time a lot quicker than could had you gone through the full like the you that's shape from you sit in it. And that's the way that you know, that I in that movie interstellar they were talking about using a worm holes in creating wormholes. I mean that would be a way we could travel but not go back in time. But just court travel across the universe. I don't wanna go back in time. I've seen my high school pictures, I want I want to see what's out there. You know? Yeah. But you see if you could go through a space, you could also go through time because Einstein said there really is no difference between space and time. Right. So we're homeless gene could be mobile. She into the past. Well, I, you know, I it's interesting and it's fascinating. And I wonder so much of what you're talking about. I think would be much better discussion for people in our societies today to have instead of the things we fight and push back on. And so I I think what you're doing is great stuff, and it's been such a great pleasure again tonight at seven thirty. It's the Sydney Goldstein theater in San Francisco. The book is called the future of humanity. It's available now in paperback. You can find it everywhere you buy books, and of course, Amazon again, doctor Michio Kaku the future of humanity. Thank you so much. You were just really pleasure to talk to and my website is m Kaku dot org MK, aka you dot org. It gives you the complete book tour schedule, you keep up those Twitter followers. You're going to give the Kardashians run for their money, my friend. Okay. Thank you so much. I appreciate you being here. Okay. Pleasure. Great stuff again. Thank you so much again, if you forget later on hey, guess what we have. We're going to give given away in the five o'clock hour today. We've got two tickets to go see the who coming up at the chase center. And also Mulvaney says that you're not going to see those tax returns. We'll tell you all about that coming up next. Franklin K G O eight ten billionaire says we need to restructure capitalism before it leads to a revolution. And more people want to get legally stone, legalized fusion, if Sodom and Gomorrah often here that's coming up tomorrow five AM.

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"sydney goldstein theater" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"sydney goldstein theater" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Oh sixties. San Francisco and kqei Kiwi I north highlands, Sacramento. It's two o'clock. Good morning. Welcome to city arts and lectures, a season of talks and onstage conversations with some of the most celebrated writers artists and thinkers of our day recorded before an audience at the Sydney Goldstein theater in San Francisco. James foreman junior a legal scholar and author this devoted his life to fighting institutionalized racism in his book, locking up crime and punishment in black America form and writes about the war on crime began in the nineteen seventies. Examining the role that African American judges. Prosecutors and leaders played in the mass incarceration of people of color. On December thirteenth two thousand eighteen foreman came to the Sydney Goldstein theater in San Francisco to talk with Lara Basilan. A professor of law at the university of California San Francisco. Join me now for conversation with James Forman junior..

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"sydney goldstein theater" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:40 min | 1 year ago

"sydney goldstein theater" Discussed on KQED Radio

"We there is scientists don't understand it there appears to be the only difference is we don't have another species to shove us back in the water. You're changing with the times. You're now doing podcasts. There's a lot of there are a lot of podcasts out there. Tons. So how challenging is it to come up with something different? Well, it's not easy at all. Because one one at this point the things that human beings have in common are that we breathe oxygen? We don't eat our young. And we have a podcast. So it is very difficult to to sort of stand out in that crowd. But nobody listens to Paula Poundstone is just plain fun. That's what it is. It's me and my partner Adam Felber, and we call it a comedy advice podcast. It's number one job is to be funny. But we bring on people that are experts on different topics and topics that like we had we had a lady come talk about house, mold, and and frankly, it was very helpful. So even if you go away need didn't find it hysterically funny, which I hope that you will. But you at least come away with some good solid information about how small to we try to make sure that we at least deliver information. Poundstone thanks for being with us. I know that you're back in the bay area on December thirty first you'll be performing at eight pm at the north theater is now renamed Sydney Goldstein theater. That's right. New Year's at the Sydney Goldstein. Exactly. It's better way to spend New Year's Eve. It's the best way to healthiest thing in the world and laughing out the old year and laughing in the new year is a great thing to do. I like that a lot of Paula Poundstone. Nice to have you with us. Thank you so much. Thanks for having me. And that will do it for us. Tune in next week for our show about the arts in the bay area. Then our special standup.

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"sydney goldstein theater" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:17 min | 1 year ago

"sydney goldstein theater" Discussed on KQED Radio

"My my LPM's are not huge my laughs per minute. This your comics think about time. I I never have thought much about my LPM's pacing. I just I just like to see things happen. I like to. I I so much. I harvest. That's what I do. I'm a harvester. So I find what's there? I don't necessarily create what which there. I mean, I have thirty nine years of material rattling around in my head sometimes. But that's why you're so good with the news and making fun of the news perhaps. Well at this point. I mean like you don't have to be a comedian. Yeah. You've got to do is read one of the president's tweets. And if it weren't so horribly scary. It would be nothing. But funny, we're talking with Paula Poundstone stand up comedian and panellist on wait. Wait, don't tell me. She is here in her second home of San Francisco to she's going to be appearing on the thirty first at the Sydney Goldstein theater, which is formerly the Norse theater. I didn't even know they'd made the change. They changed the name. No one says that here, you know. I mean, they will over time. But it's been so recent. Yeah. Yeah. Like people don't call me Princess anymore either over time it change. Yeah. Peterson tweeted something like I think I tweeted that I was going to be at the Norse. And then Peterson tweeted, no, she's going to be the Sydney guilty. Like, he's like he's watching over me and my manager, right? Like, it's his job to make sure I've been the right place at the right time. But really not that much my boss. Yeah. But in talking about your ability to make fun of the news or respond in a way that like brings levity today is Friday. It's crazy. Have you followed the news today? There's so much but by the weekend when we're listening to wait, wait don't tell me that kind of brings a bit of levity. That's its purpose. Right. Really? But does it feel good to make fun of the news? Yeah. It's it's it's fun. And it's sort of cathartic. I think it's. Whether or not, but one of my coworkers, another pitiless, Peter PJ O'Rourke said to me he's like how's that? How's the tweeting jokes about the news going? Meaning like what like that? We somehow thought that we were affecting change with through the jokes, which is which was a really well placed sarcasm on PJ's part. And he's absolutely right. Which is I don't think that's what's happening. I think there was a time when that did happen. I think for example, there was you're too young to know. But you might not rate television show when I was growing up called laughing. I Lapin I mean, I didn't watch it. But I know it oh my God. Yeah. It was good for a variety of reasons. It was good because they threw stuff up on the wall. Right. And so, you know, sometimes it was hysterically funny. And sometimes it really wasn't very funny at all. But you didn't care because there was another one coming up in a few second. Right, right. But the other thing is the George slaughter who created that show. It was it was I honestly it was at least a spoke in ending the Vietnam war because they really would they would satirize things. They would make jokes. It wasn't what the whole show was about by any means. I mean, they went from that to Goldie Hawn dancing in the Keeney with words written answer. Yes. But there's a why. But they would they kept it in front of people in this in this sarcastic or humorous or absurd way. And I do think it may it made people thinking it changed people's thought processes, I'm not sure that's what's happening anymore. Sometimes now, I feel it's more like the opening scene. I think it's the opening scene in cabaret where Joel grey weird. Emcee in a club is on. And he's. This. It's like a club in Nazi Germany and people they showed the audience the.

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"sydney goldstein theater" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:54 min | 1 year ago

"sydney goldstein theater" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Nick and the Toyota Brown. Sentencing highlights the racial disparities in the juvenile Justice system. It's it's impossible to have any conversation about our Justice system in this country without confronting race and racism, the takeaway is an exiting anywhere. We'll be right back after these headlines. The in five minutes. Live from NPR news in Washington, I'm Lakshmi Singh. President Trump says he would be proud to shut down the government. It was a stunning declaration today in the Oval Office during an antagonistic back and forth between him and the democratic leaders of the house and Senate the lawmakers are strongly opposed to spending billions of dollars for US Mexico border wall that they argue will not make the country safer. But today Trump did not budge we need border security. That's what we're gonna be talking about border security. If we don't have water security will shut down the government this country needs border security. The wall is a part of border security. Let's have a talk. We're going to get the wall built. And we've done a lot of wall already Trump's been claiming that much of the walls been billed. And he's often insisted it's a wall not offense. However, congress had approved one point six billion dollars to replace existing barriers. It also pays for some fencing in new areas. None of which. Is like any of Trump's wall? Prototypes. There are reports of a shooting in Strasbourg France, local authorities saying a man opened fire in a crowded street today at least four people have been injured. The mayor says the shooter has not yet been apprehended and the mayor is advising residents to remain indoors. There has been mass shooting on Catholic parishioners impressive NPR's. Philip Bruce reports the gunman killed four people and injured several others before he apparently killed himself. Officials say a man walked into the church and opened fire on worshipers shortly after the end of day mass it happened in the Catholic metropolitan cathedral in Campinas a city in southeast Brazil police say the man arrived armed with two handguns started shooting, then turned the gun on himself. An eyewitness told Brazil's Globo TV network the man shot randomly at people while they were praying. Authorities say the gunman's motive isn't yet clear. The archdiocese of Campinas issued a statement appealing for the public's prayers in what it calls. Amendment of deep pain. Brazil leads the world in the number of homicides. Nearly sixty four thousand last year yet random mass shootings of this kind to wrap flip Reeves NPR. News radio. The Trump administration is proposing massive changes to a clean water rule that would limit the number of US waterways. It get federal protection NPR's Nathan rot reports of changes have long been a target of the administration the waters of the US rule or Lotus as it's called defines which waters fall under the jurisdiction of the clean water act. The Obama administration in two thousand fifteen put forward a wide definition protecting millions of acres of wetlands and thousands of miles of seasonal or ephemeral. Streams the move angered real estate developers and agriculture groups who called it a land grab the Trump administration. Agreed. The new definition would not include ephemeral streams or wetlands that are not next to a major body of water. Environmentalists are calling postal reckless and are promising to bring challenges Nathan rot NPR news. This is NPR news from K Q E D news on Paul land. Core California's top fire official says the state's increasingly deadly and destructive wildfires have become so unpredictable that govern. Officials should consider banning home construction in vulnerable areas. Cal fire director, Ken Pimlott leaves his job Friday after thirty years with the agency Pimlott tells the Associated Press that government and residents must act differently to protect lives and property from fires that now routinely threaten large populations. He says that may mean rethinking subdivisions and thickly forested areas or homes along southern California canyons lined with tinder-dry chaparrals San Francisco school officials will vote later today on a motion to change the name of the Norse theater to the Sydney Goldstein theater cake. UD's khloe Feldman reports the name change would honor the founder of city arts and lectures, who died in September at the age of seventy three Sydney Goldstein pushed for the renovation of the historic fits on hay street, which was used as a storage space by the San Francisco unified school district for decades city arts director, Holly, Malda, woolen every detail. Tell from the sound system to the seats to the sconces the curtains. It was really a passion project that Sydney her life. Enter and we want to honor all the work that she did their city arts presents more than fifty events the knows each year, which it leases from the school district a school board. Commissioner says the motion is likely to pass the broadcast.

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