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All of Illinois to Enter Tier 3 Mitigations This Week, Gov. Pritzker Announces

Chicago's Afternoon News

01:44 min | Last week

All of Illinois to Enter Tier 3 Mitigations This Week, Gov. Pritzker Announces

"19 restrictions will take effect Friday. Across Across the the state, state, the the governor governor says says here here three three mitigations mitigations air air needed needed due due to to the the rapid rapid increase increase in in cases cases and and hospitalizations. hospitalizations. This This is is not not a a stay stay at at home home order, order, but but the the best best way way for for us us to to Avoid a stay at home order is to stay home. We are asking you to choose zoom instead of packing people in a room for Thanksgiving. Make alterations to your routines now so that we can be together later. The governor says mitigations include capacity limits for retail and grocery stores, No indoor group, fitness classes or youth team sports, casinos, museums and theaters will have to close. These restrictions will be in place until the numbers improve. Over 5800, Illinois residents are hospitalized with Cove in 19. County Board president Toni Preckwinkle joined Chicago's afternoon news. She did not have today's county White hospital bed numbers, But I can tell you that two weeks ago in our hospital, we had half a unit half of one unit devoted to covert patients and early this week it was free human, so that's a six fold increase in two weeks, and that is the nightmare for us. Illinois, reporting 12,601 new coronavirus cases and 97 additional death. A state home advisory is in effect for suburban Cook County and Chicago because of the advisory and new mitigations going into place and grocery store chains in the Chicago area of already began to Capt. Customer purchases on certain items, Illinois Manufacturers Association president Mark Dentler says producers in the steak and keep up with demand. We are starting to hear some reports about boarding again and grocery stores. A little bit of people get scared about being Lockdown. But our manufacturers continue producing the food and it goes without saying but also the important medicine. When it comes to Holmes,

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5 Top Tips for Preparing for the Week Ahead on Sundays

Best of Both Worlds Podcast

05:55 min | Last month

5 Top Tips for Preparing for the Week Ahead on Sundays

"Were looking at some of your various. Content out there, and and of course, this is right up our ally because of course, we're the we're the target market of yourself. You had a post on top five things you need to prepare on Sunday to make your week amazing as a working mom. Seo. Like Click Click Click. Enlighten us what what should we be doing on Sunday on Sunday civiles like one of my absolute favorite things talk about. So before I tell you what some of these things are I just wanted to tell you one is busy working moms. We have to cut down the amount of decisions that we need to make during the week and the way that we do that is preparing so that we don't have to think so much and we don't end up with decision fatigue, and if anyone's listening to like this decision to take the way that I like to think about it is we have about one hundred. Decisions that we can make in a day and after those hundred decisions you start either doing things either making poor decisions or you don't make decisions at all, which is just as bad. So you WanNa make sure that you're using that decision power wisely. So Dune, this Sunday preferencing Kinda helped eliminate you having to think a lot during the mornings especially during those times where I feel like you need to use that decision power for work in really important things. So I like to start the Sunday presumed by looking at what is going on during the week as far as what we need to wear so of. May Be wearing uniforms, which is super easy. So you don't have to worry about picking out things that match and things like that but even for me honestly I've gotten so far to pick out my socks in I've picked everything out and have it ready. So I literally grab it and go I. Don't WanNa think in the morning. So like I said, we're using that decision power for later in the day when it's important. So get your clothes ready. Make sure that you're looking at the weather for the week. If it snowing of, it's raining, you wanNA address accordingly, and then also if you have any other really important events coming up. So for instance, if I have date night or a meeting with my boss, I wanNA make sure I had those close ready. Nothing's worse than you need to have something dry cleanness, not ready to go. So that's number one getting the close writing number two would be to get your meals. and. I'm not a huge meal practice of don't get scared. All it is is just taking a piece of paper, right Monday through Sunday or Monday through Friday. However, you like to do it into simply writing down what you're gonNA eat during the week so you can have a menu so you know what you have in the refrigerator in the pantry so you can pull it together. So like for instance, already had so many meet lows and some mashed potatoes that I already made so. I know that's on my menu and I can easily pull that from the refrigerator and get it and go. I don't want to have to think, oh, my goodness, what are we gonna eat for dinner because that's like the one question at the end of the day that needs to be paid it. So I like to have that menu even if I don't necessarily want to eat meat loaf mashed potatoes tonight, I can look minions the Oh you know there's chicken and fries so I can do that instead so. Again for eliminate low mounted decisions that we have to make. So that was number two number three thing would be played out your week and for Moms, a lot of us we we tend to other people before ourselves. So I always say start by putting yourself first on your schedule and making time for yourself and the way to do that, I, look at your your schedule for the week see what all you have going on. Imply the things that you can't change. So I know I have to go to work from seven thirty to four thirty I. Know I have a Doctor Appointment at twelve o'clock and I, know that I have to take the kids to band practice whatever it is. So we played those things in and then you have all those empty slots time. That's where you want to plug in time for yourself then add in everything. Else. As far as the kids the husband and things like that because it's so easy to Philip our schedule with our kids in our family and don't make time for ourselves and that's a really big thing and I'm I'm really pushing Israeli really making time for this moms because we need it especially now more than ever we need that time. So planning our schedule because I was that mom that would always forget about. Wacky Wednesday and a Pajama Day at school. So I will definitely take schedule to make sure I'm not missing anything because I don't Wanna be that mom. So that's the third thing. The fourth thing I know this is gonNA sound a little funny but restarting your devices because how many times have you gotten ready to do a really important meeting by get ready to talk to you ladies in my computer starts crashing that will like Bruin my. So, resigned your devices helps with a couple things one. There's a lot of programs running on in the background and we think we're closing them out, but they're still running, and if you have a million things, run it, eventually something's going to crash and burn and it's usually right when you need to do something important to take in times restart your laptop, your phone, your tablet, all your devices restart album so that don't have that happen at a really. Important time. In lastly, I, said meals. Is One more. Meals you say I got excited. In Devices, Oh your parents how could I forget little? CONDO. Take your parts and go through your price because let me tell you it was one day I. Remember I was like still mad at my husband and I was yelling him also wear keeps where Keith I gotta go. I'm late unlike wearing McKee's you know where my keys were at the bottom of price if I would've taken the time to claim that I would have found in the kids toys and some. rappers a whole bunch of other things that need to be there. So take some time go through your purse cleaned that out in the things that don't need to be there out in the things that need to be there back in. So those are my main ones that was say doing these on Sunday will help to set you up for the rest of the week. So things go a lot. So they're.

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Chicago - Preckwinkle Unveils Plan to Close $410M Budget Gap in 2021 Without Raising Taxes

WBBM Morning News

00:52 sec | Last month

Chicago - Preckwinkle Unveils Plan to Close $410M Budget Gap in 2021 Without Raising Taxes

"Cook County Board President Toni Preckwinkle this morning is expected to present a $7 billion budget for next year. It is designed to guide the Corona virus Recovery. Wcbm political editor Craig Del Amore with the story. Toni Preckwinkle says Cove in 19 may 2020 an extraordinarily challenging year along with the economic collapse of the shutdowns, but we're very pleased to present you dated a budget that's a balance that requires no new taxes. Although there will be some increases and finds he's county budget director Anna Guzman says spending to combat the Corona virus was partly offset by federal aid and new revenue from things like taxes on cannabis and online sales helped that left about $77. Million for us to solve for for budget gap And we're solving for that budget gap through one time transfer from our General fund, with the administration's been building up those reserves for a decade. Craig

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Becoming a Friendly Vegan with Michelle Cehn and Toni Okamoto

No Meat Athlete Radio

04:27 min | 2 months ago

Becoming a Friendly Vegan with Michelle Cehn and Toni Okamoto

"This is doug from radio and stay. I am so excited to be joined by Michelle Kane and Tony Oklahma Okamoto skip sorry about that who are brand new authors or have just put out a new book or it's coming out when the release date for your new book it's coming out on October twenty seventh so it is out next month the friendly vegan cookbook we are so excited. Yeah. Well, congratulations on that we're definitely going to dive into some of that and things you cover there but. Before doing that I guess why don't I give you guys a chance to introduce yourselves talk a little about. Your background and and you know why you decided to to work together on this book. I'll start Tony and I run a website plant based on a budget and I have been plant-based for thirteen years. Now, it started originally for health reasons but has grown into. Of variety of reasons I've kept me begin for so long including environmentalism and. Animal issues and Michelle and I have been friends for. I would say we've been best seats for about five years now and I had tried to get her to write this book with me for a while at it. kind of went in the same way that I tried to get her to be my friend for awhile which. which was a funny thing I'd met her and I liked her and I just heard energy draws people end until I was like Oh man I really want to be friends with that Michelle girl and so I reached out to liking Michelle do you WanNa be my friend. But really I said, hey, have you ever WanNa get some dinner or anything like that let me know but she had just started working on world Vegan. And she said, I'm really busy right now focusing all my time but thanks for asking and. I was like Oh man okay. I. Know Big Time. Sure, those listening understanding the hustle especially when you start working on your own, it's like you sacrifice literally everything else in your life to be able to make it happen and. So, glad, Tony. So persistent as I am if you could describe me Michelle, you'd probably say persistent because I did not give up there I said okay. Well, what if we create content together the in content for World Vegan and we can do youtube videos and so then we started working together collaborating on Vegan projects which has really been the foundation of our relationship and so nice to bring that to the. This project, the friendly being cookbook. Absolutely I actually. Just preparing for this interview briefly before we before we got on I was watching some of the videos you guys have done together and they're Super Fun they're just I love the energy you both bring to the camera and. Gosh I hope it's not some of those I those first ones that we did where we were trying to act like. I'm doing this. Thing. Thank goodness. A Michelle. How about you? Yeah. So my name is Michelle Kane and I am a Vegan food blogger founder of the website World Vegan I create a lot of content on instruments while through the channel Vegan and my story started way back when I was a little kid I went vegetarian when I was eight years old and then went begin when I was in college and both of those choices were made just because I wanted to be making sure that my actions my food choices were reflecting my existing values of kindness, compassion and sustainability and all. At the time I hadn't even thought about health but soon after that, he became really passionate about health as well and realized that choosing choices that's kind of our planet and for animals and for other people is also so much better for our health. So follow that path have been loving it and for the past gosh thirteen years I've been really created, focused on creating content and resources to help make Vegan living easy delicious and fun for everyone just like with Tony and her website plant based on a budget. We do a lot of that work together now and we are so excited to be releasing our latest product with the from the beginning cookbook. Yeah.

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Stanley Crouch, contentious man of letters, dead at 74

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 2 months ago

Stanley Crouch, contentious man of letters, dead at 74

"A popular and influential critic has died he was a true renaissance man with an attitude Stanley crouch normally cross lines he shadowed them his writings both fiction and non fiction were inspired by his knowledge and love of blues and jazz during his career crouch was a columnist for The Village Voice and New York Daily News and was a frequent guest on NPR well he was a mentor to jazz great Wynton Marsalis he was no fan of artists like Toni Morrison Spike Lee and Amari Baraka dismissing them and their work in often harsh terms crouch has died at a hospice in New York City his wife says he had been in poor health after a stroke he was seventy four years old I'm Oscar wells Gabriel

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Stanley Crouch, contentious man of letters, dead at 74

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 2 months ago

Stanley Crouch, contentious man of letters, dead at 74

"A popular and influential critic has died he was a true renaissance man with an attitude Stanley crouch normally cross lines he shadowed them his writings both fiction and non fiction were inspired by his knowledge and love of blues and jazz during his career crouch was a columnist for The Village Voice and New York Daily News and was a frequent guest on NPR well he was a mentor to jazz great Wynton Marsalis he was no fan of artists like Toni Morrison Spike Lee and Amari Baraka dismissing them and their work in often harsh terms crouch has died at a hospice in New York City his wife says he had been in poor health after a stroke he was seventy four years old I'm Oscar wells Gabriel

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"toni" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

03:46 min | 2 months ago

"toni" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

"Found the part of you. That's where you lived was up there right? But then at some point, did did the confidence start to collapse in the other thing takeover? Did you did you just ride that all the way through school and ongoing Vanya right into Muriel's wedding where you just fucking all I'm I'm I'm great. Now. There's no I'm grace amine on always like. nervous and feel inadequate but good. Apparently, my bowls would be until gotta like I just I don't know where these bribery came from right right right right. So like so yeah, you were compelled you were there was no other way of life for you and the fear which just you know it became just part of. The way of life you chose, but it wasn't going to take you down. To Larry's. Okay. That sounds taps appropriate. I Dunno as a young woman especially straight, and then all of a sudden I was working away a lot in other places or always felt like a bit of outside. But I, think that's a good thing. It kind of keeps you humble I never felt confident in what I was doing. So I always worked. Just really hard Um yeah. Bassett outside also special like Oh. Here's the Australian. Right semi announcing bassin, but you're all pretty good. So it's good. There's no. I'm yet to see like a Shitty Australian whoever that other guy? That fucking guy? Just I, didn't realize he was Australia until recently that Mendelssohn fell how ben well, fuck actor that guy is this has been ben seventeen. Really, how old was he? He's only a few years older than me. Yeah. which movie was at Spotswood. Yeah. That's the one looking it with screenwriting, referencing left and right now we have really impressive I just read a word It was very very imaginatively retitled the efficiency expert in America who wants to say the efficiency X. Bet I don't know about the same amount of people that want to spotswood. Squats. What at least has a sense of Hema? What it means, but you kind of like what is that she got to work with Anthony Hopkins on your first movie and then he's assistant again, several years later, we would just going can you believe this in Hitchcock's and hitchcock? That's right back was he sober on Spotswood? I was too young to notice. Wow, because I know he's been sober long but I wonder so but so Muriel's wedding was huge. That was pretty quick. That happened pretty quick. Yep I was twin turned twenty one during the shoes and then I spent a year traveling around during press Fritz and everything just changed yet was pretty fast and did you adjust to that well or did you lose your mind? thereby. Yeah. Probably a bit about it was really fun. So then you feel guilty feeling about it right? Because you are just leaving the dream and meeting amazing people and traveling and having a great time, but it was also. A. Lauch. It's interesting because all these movies you did early on the it when I was reading about you. It's you. You are fortunate in that you ninety eight percent of the time you know your performance will stand out despite whatever the fuck and movie is. So. It's a real gift you have that like even it seems that even when the movie is not great but Tony go at like an amazing. So. It's great and you know and also like. that. Some of the movies you're in made a Lotta.

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"toni" Discussed on Cultivating Place

Cultivating Place

05:21 min | 3 months ago

"toni" Discussed on Cultivating Place

"I'd love to start by having you tell listeners exactly like where you are in your garden life and practice what it looks like right now, , your relationship to plants, , oh? ? Golly. . Well, , you know like you I have <hes> my gardens never looked better. . Because <hes> I'm home. . I'm I'm not going out and so <hes> all the weeds are gone and <hes> we live in a very small piece of property in. . Marin. County . in the town of Lark spor-. . and. . We have to elevated raise beds we have about. . Thirty. . Containers. . And <hes> Vertical Gardens. . And they are all chock full. . Of veggies and fruits. . I've got a <hes> aspired apple tree was six different kinds of apples, , which is very when you have a really tiny yard <hes> blueberries that are, , oh my gosh. . That's like the fifth year of of their life in containers and a we have more blueberries this year than we've ever ever had. . So <hes> and I got of course I've got roses and ornamental season <hes>. . But I have to say the roses have become the bane of my existence in the garden because I'm always fighting black spun. . <hes> what are you GonNa do it you need to hear you either GonNa live with it or you're going to pull them out. . Right and I did I I did decrease them only got five rose bushes now. . And they better behaved here. . That's all I can say that's what I on when I go. . Okay. . You gave and where you are in Marin what what does own would that be <hes> sixteen, , sixteen seventeen okay. . All right. . So you are you are cooler by quite a bit than than me and <hes> warmer in the winter and <hes> interesting I. . I love the idea of the blueberries in containers, , and of course, , the vertical gardening and the raised bed gardening in the container gardening is all going to be part of what we're talking about. . Give us though I wanNA. . Go back a little bit because I think you have a really great gardening of history and story yourself that brought you to this love, , and then the work that you're doing with this love, , will you take us back to the people and places and plants that grew you into a garden and plant loving person Tony Well, , I think the the great inspiration stare into my grandfather's backyard in Chicago. . He was an amazing gardener I mean you could. . You could eat it seemed like each blade of grass in his backyard was was healthy and. . Vibrant. . His roses I never saw any sign of disease anywhere <hes> and he had a very small but jury productive <hes> <hes>. . Vegetable Garden and I I always saw the joy that was on his face when he was sharing with us the flowers in the fruits of his Labor. . And continued with my mom and my mom, , and I had a beautiful. . Relationship, , we were like two old shoes we used to say. . <hes> she she was very supportive of me and whatever I felt like I needed to do. . It was like, , okay great. . You know one of the the pivotal moments in my life was the Loma. . PRIETA earthquake. . Because that year my father passed away and then when the earthquake happened. . My Foundation was shaken to the core. . Yeah. . What year was that Tony Eighty Nine and. . I made up my mind when I finally got on the ferry to come home and I could see San Francisco inflames. . And I said, , I don't WanNa do this anymore. . I don't WanNa work in downtown. . San Francisco. . And I applied for an equity line on my home, , and soon as that goes proved I, , quit my job in downtown San Francisco and I sat in my garden say now what? ? And my garden gave me of the inspiration to start a business in the garden industry. . I didn't know what I was going to do but. . Eventually, , I found my way to find beautiful products that I loved and manufacturers that I wanted to represent and then slowly, , but surely I added. . To My company and I would find the products that good a garden shows and find the products and train them, , and they would go out. . We would all go out and sell the products to nurseries and gift stores and hardware stores all over California. . And I loved it. . I loved it was so much fun. . <hes> but eventually I, , I lost my my passion for that <hes> it took twenty eight years but. . I walked away from that and twenty eighteen so that I could you know focus on being a speaker and author?

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The Lifelong Gardener, Toni Gattone

Cultivating Place

05:21 min | 3 months ago

The Lifelong Gardener, Toni Gattone

"I'd love to start by having you tell listeners exactly like where you are in your garden life and practice what it looks like right now, your relationship to plants, oh? Golly. Well, you know like you I have my gardens never looked better. Because I'm home. I'm I'm not going out and so all the weeds are gone and we live in a very small piece of property in. Marin. County in the town of Lark spor-. and. We have to elevated raise beds we have about. Thirty. Containers. And Vertical Gardens. And they are all chock full. Of veggies and fruits. I've got a aspired apple tree was six different kinds of apples, which is very when you have a really tiny yard blueberries that are, oh my gosh. That's like the fifth year of of their life in containers and a we have more blueberries this year than we've ever ever had. So and I got of course I've got roses and ornamental season But I have to say the roses have become the bane of my existence in the garden because I'm always fighting black spun. what are you GonNa do it you need to hear you either GonNa live with it or you're going to pull them out. Right and I did I I did decrease them only got five rose bushes now. And they better behaved here. That's all I can say that's what I on when I go. Okay. You gave and where you are in Marin what what does own would that be sixteen, sixteen seventeen okay. All right. So you are you are cooler by quite a bit than than me and warmer in the winter and interesting I. I love the idea of the blueberries in containers, and of course, the vertical gardening and the raised bed gardening in the container gardening is all going to be part of what we're talking about. Give us though I wanNA. Go back a little bit because I think you have a really great gardening of history and story yourself that brought you to this love, and then the work that you're doing with this love, will you take us back to the people and places and plants that grew you into a garden and plant loving person Tony Well, I think the the great inspiration stare into my grandfather's backyard in Chicago. He was an amazing gardener I mean you could. You could eat it seemed like each blade of grass in his backyard was was healthy and. Vibrant. His roses I never saw any sign of disease anywhere and he had a very small but jury productive Vegetable Garden and I I always saw the joy that was on his face when he was sharing with us the flowers in the fruits of his Labor. And continued with my mom and my mom, and I had a beautiful. Relationship, we were like two old shoes we used to say. she she was very supportive of me and whatever I felt like I needed to do. It was like, okay great. You know one of the the pivotal moments in my life was the Loma. PRIETA earthquake. Because that year my father passed away and then when the earthquake happened. My Foundation was shaken to the core. Yeah. What year was that Tony Eighty Nine and. I made up my mind when I finally got on the ferry to come home and I could see San Francisco inflames. And I said, I don't WanNa do this anymore. I don't WanNa work in downtown. San Francisco. And I applied for an equity line on my home, and soon as that goes proved I, quit my job in downtown San Francisco and I sat in my garden say now what? And my garden gave me of the inspiration to start a business in the garden industry. I didn't know what I was going to do but. Eventually, I found my way to find beautiful products that I loved and manufacturers that I wanted to represent and then slowly, but surely I added. To My company and I would find the products that good a garden shows and find the products and train them, and they would go out. We would all go out and sell the products to nurseries and gift stores and hardware stores all over California. And I loved it. I loved it was so much fun. but eventually I, I lost my my passion for that it took twenty eight years but. I walked away from that and twenty eighteen so that I could you know focus on being a speaker and author?

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Who would replace Kamala Harris as California Senator?

KOGO's Evening News

03:45 min | 3 months ago

Who would replace Kamala Harris as California Senator?

"We still have 12 weeks before the November election, Voters will decide between President Trump on my vice President Mike Pence against former Vice President Joe Biden and current Democratic vice presidential nominee California Senator Kamala Harris. But in Harris are victorious. Governor Newsome will have to appoint a new senator to serve the next two years here in California, and well, there's been early speculation on names like State Attorney General Javier Becerra and San Diego State Senator Toni Atkins. Another elected officials told the governor he's interested. Mayor of Imperial Beach Search, the DEA sent a note to the governor with a picture of him in a business suit with a surfboard and water, nothing his intention to seek the appointments If the Democrats win because Pamela Harris may become our next vice president, I notified Governor Newsome like everyone does not is via Twitter that I'd like to be on the collection left to be the next U. S. Senator put out Open seat. And I think it's important to have someone who's not from the insider circle in Sacramento on someone that's ready to help clean up California and fight for our planet and our ocean from day one. Well and yes, I think it was the announcement that color base attention picture of you in a business suit with your surfboard. Right. The water's edge. Kind of embodying what it means to be from Imperial Beach. Yeah, you know, and you're a bitch, maybe small. What? We're mighty, You know, I've seen the names of some of the more high profile candidates and you know the reality of California's in trouble countries in trouble, And so we need someone who's used to doing things without a lot of resource is gonna support. You could get things done quickly, and that's experience. I've had thereby be in that experience that we need for the next senator from California and as the native Senate, California someone who rested 500 California the lifeguard for the state and for the city of Baby, I'm ready for the job and just look forward to being considered by Governor Newsome. Well, obviously you've worked with the governor, and in fact, you've worked as high as going to the White House when it comes to the sewage issue along the border, with the issues coming out of Mexico to impact San Diego County Imperial Beach, the city of San Diego. Everywhere else here with its impact that profile of yours with that fight has gone to the highest level. Yeah, so you know, unfortunately, because sewage issue is continuing to happen. I ve had to reach out from everybody from the president of Mexico, too. You know, President Trump We've met Got Governor knew someone. The governor of Baja California. So yeah, felt the times were like more like an international diplomat rather than a mare. But that is good practice good experience for what it takes to be an effective senator. To give you credit. Since the minute she was in office, she has support our first queen of the border. She's put a lot of attention on period Beach. In fact, her California director came to Imperial Beach to visit her stop is in very involved in this issue, so she's been great on the tissue as well as Senator Feinstein, but it's time for a new direction and and that's what I'm putting My My name in the hat or handed the ring And you know there is a perception out there at some points where you know, San Diego geographically being where it is. So we feel that the state of times may forget about us or things like that. You know, putting San Diego right back up there and kind of raising our hand and saying, Hey, what about us? Yeah, you know, Right now we have two senators from Northern California from the Bay area, So obviously we need a lot more Southern California repetition and the fact that Southern California needs a lot of help. We've seen that during this covert Christ of some of the highest rates, obviously in the country in Southern California, especially here in South San Diego and along the border, So we're in trouble have the highest rate of unemployment in the state along the borderlands question. Imperial County so We're in trouble. We need to get someone to replace Senator Harris. She gets elected vice president who's fighting for California and every California and not just the ones who can write campaign checks, right? I think that's important to make sure that someone who works for every California In every corner of state and every family and put families and kids first for California

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Chicago - Cook County announces $8 million in animal grants

Wintrust Business Lunch with Steve Bertrand

00:26 sec | 6 months ago

Chicago - Cook County announces $8 million in animal grants

"Kind of board president Toni Preckwinkle along with the department of animal and rabies control announced Monday that will go to animal shelters from housing cook county animals grants practical explains why I'm so excited to announce eight million dollars in grants to to area shelters that provide such so such vital services for our community south suburban Humane Society gets six million have instant receives twelve million the city of Evanston there

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Cook County’s death toll surpasses 6,500, suprizing last year’s entire tally

WBBM Early Afternoon News

00:51 sec | 6 months ago

Cook County’s death toll surpasses 6,500, suprizing last year’s entire tally

"The cook county medical examiner's office is it a grim milestone dealing with every day cases in addition to covert nineteen there are now three thousand five hundred eighteen lives lost in cook county due to cold at nineteen chief medical examiner Dr pony a room Qamar also lost more than two hundred and fifty lives to homicide and by my calculations more than nine hundred lives to opioid overdoses we await toxicology results to confirm many of these appealing to so many lives that did not have to end so abruptly according to cook County Board president Toni Preckwinkle in an average year there are approximately six thousand three hundred deaths that fall under the county's jurisdiction of the medical examiner's office last year the medical examiner handle six thousand two hundred seventy four cases last Saturday the office reached this

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Chicago - Cook County Board Votes To Release COVID-19 Patient Addresses To First Responders

Steve Cochran

00:30 sec | 6 months ago

Chicago - Cook County Board Votes To Release COVID-19 Patient Addresses To First Responders

"Cook County Board president Toni Preckwinkle says she's profoundly disappointed after the board narrowly approved a resolution yesterday to provide first responders with the addresses of people who tested positive for covert nineteen it allows only the address is not the names of patients to be shared with nine one one dispatchers in suburban cook county for two months the intention is to protect first responders critics say it's a violation of privacy and civil rights we are like but says she won't let anything like that become law you know little

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Cook County Board Votes To Release COVID-19 Patient Addresses To First Responders; Chicago mayor disapproves

WGN Nightside

00:35 sec | 6 months ago

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Chicago - Cook County Board President Toni Preckwinkle Self-Isolates After Member Of Security Detail Tests Positive For COVID-19

Bill Leff and Wendy Snyder

00:09 sec | 8 months ago

Chicago - Cook County Board President Toni Preckwinkle Self-Isolates After Member Of Security Detail Tests Positive For COVID-19

"Cook County Board president Toni Preckwinkle is self isolating for the rest of the week she said she showed no signs of the virus but a member of her security detail is tested

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The Latest: Trump: federal PPE stockpile nearly depleted

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 8 months ago

The Latest: Trump: federal PPE stockpile nearly depleted

"President trump took to the White House podium yesterday for the deal the coronavirus update and veered into several other topics the briefings of often gone more than an hour sometimes two almost entirely focused on the virus yesterday's began with the president flanked by top Pentagon officials announcing counter drug operations near Venezuela we must not let the drug cartels exploit the pandemic then a series of rhetorical questions about social media did you know his number one office McKinney I just found out I'm number one face because of those very nice and Dr Toni found she's high school aerobics is a great basketball player did anybody know but the president did keep most of the focus on the virus issuing another warning for the nation to brace itself for the coming weeks that are going to be horrific Sager make ani Washington

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The Latest: Trump: federal PPE stockpile nearly depleted

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 8 months ago

The Latest: Trump: federal PPE stockpile nearly depleted

"As president his administration trump took to the tries White House to control podium the yesterday corona virus for the spread deal the president coronavirus trump says update he's considering and veered limiting into travel several between other topics virus hot spots the briefings in the U. S. of often gone more few than people an hour are actually sometimes flying two anywhere almost entirely the TSA says focused that screen on the virus to fewer than one yesterday's hundred fifty thousand began with the Tuesday president flanked compared by top to more Pentagon than two officials million announcing the same day counter last drug year operations but there near are Venezuela still limited we flights must not between let places the drug like cartels New York and exploit Detroit the pandemic and the president's weighing then a limiting series travel of rhetorical we are thinking questions about about hot social spots we media go from did you know spot his number to one spot office full McKinney time I but just he's found offering out I'm number mixed one face messages because of those at very first nice seeming to suggest and Dr he wants Toni to temporarily found she's high ground school all aerobics domestic flights is a great basketball we're looking at the player whole did thing anybody but know then but worried the president about did the impact keep most on struggling of the focus airlines on the virus once issuing you do that another you really warning are for the nation to you brace really itself are for the coming weeks I began an that industry are going to be that horrific is desperately Sager needed make saying ani Washington shutting down all flights would be very very rough decision Sager mag ani Washington

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The Latest: Trump: federal PPE stockpile nearly depleted

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 8 months ago

The Latest: Trump: federal PPE stockpile nearly depleted

"As president his administration trump took to the tries White House to control podium the yesterday corona virus for the spread deal the president coronavirus trump says update he's considering and veered limiting into travel several between other topics virus hot spots the briefings in the U. S. of often gone more few than people an hour are actually sometimes flying two anywhere almost entirely the TSA says focused that screen on the virus to fewer than one yesterday's hundred fifty thousand began with the Tuesday president flanked compared by top to more Pentagon than two officials million announcing the same day counter last drug year operations but there near are Venezuela still limited we flights must not between let places the drug like cartels New York and exploit Detroit the pandemic and the president's weighing then a limiting series travel of rhetorical we are thinking questions about about hot social spots we media go from did you know spot his number to one spot office full McKinney time I but just he's found offering out I'm number mixed one face messages because of those at very first nice seeming to suggest and Dr he wants Toni to temporarily found she's high ground school all aerobics domestic flights is a great basketball we're looking at the player whole did thing anybody but know then but worried the president about did the impact keep most on struggling of the focus airlines on the virus once issuing you do that another you really warning are for the nation to you brace really itself are for the coming weeks I began an that industry are going to be that horrific is desperately Sager needed make saying ani Washington shutting down all flights would be very very rough decision Sager mag ani Washington

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The Latest: Trump: federal PPE stockpile nearly depleted

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 8 months ago

The Latest: Trump: federal PPE stockpile nearly depleted

"As president his administration trump took to the tries White House to control podium the yesterday corona virus for the spread deal the president coronavirus trump says update he's considering and veered limiting into travel several between other topics virus hot spots the briefings in the U. S. of often gone more few than people an hour are actually sometimes flying two anywhere almost entirely the TSA says focused that screen on the virus to fewer than one yesterday's hundred fifty thousand began with the Tuesday president flanked compared by top to more Pentagon than two officials million announcing the same day counter last drug year operations but there near are Venezuela still limited we flights must not between let places the drug like cartels New York and exploit Detroit the pandemic and the president's weighing then a limiting series travel of rhetorical we are thinking questions about about hot social spots we media go from did you know spot his number to one spot office full McKinney time I but just he's found offering out I'm number mixed one face messages because of those at very first nice seeming to suggest and Dr he wants Toni to temporarily found she's high ground school all aerobics domestic flights is a great basketball we're looking at the player whole did thing anybody but know then but worried the president about did the impact keep most on struggling of the focus airlines on the virus once issuing you do that another you really warning are for the nation to you brace really itself are for the coming weeks I began an that industry are going to be that horrific is desperately Sager needed make saying ani Washington shutting down all flights would be very very rough decision Sager mag ani Washington

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The Latest: Trump: federal PPE stockpile nearly depleted

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 8 months ago

The Latest: Trump: federal PPE stockpile nearly depleted

"President trump took to the White House podium yesterday for the deal the coronavirus update and veered into several other topics the briefings of often gone more than an hour sometimes two almost entirely focused on the virus yesterday's began with the president flanked by top Pentagon officials announcing counter drug operations near Venezuela we must not let the drug cartels exploit the pandemic then a series of rhetorical questions about social media did you know his number one office McKinney I just found out I'm number one face because of those very nice and Dr Toni found she's high school aerobics is a great basketball player did anybody know but the president did keep most of the focus on the virus issuing another warning for the nation to brace itself for the coming weeks that are going to be horrific Sager make ani Washington

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"toni" Discussed on The Nod

The Nod

04:21 min | 1 year ago

"toni" Discussed on The Nod

"Shame it was somebody who was very close to our families who was abusing me but this book was a place that I could dive into to really just like to to process. I just kept thinking like Oh. This is the thing that happens to people and and it's obviously very bad but also it will not destroy you like I think that for me. That was the overarching feeling. It made me feel like less alone. Every time I pick up that book. It's something that it hits me like a ton of bricks. Every time senior life mirrored that way in a book it's a powerful experience and as I got older older and got to know the rest of Morrison's work. She realized it was bigger than anyone story. It was a whole way of thinking about what stories could be and they were for you know just how much pleasure and pride and urgency she took in the fact that she wrote about black people for black people. I'm thinking about the interview that I like. I watch should all the time on Youtube and now I can't think about who the interviewer is but actually who cares interview whereas the Clippers Muniz talking about from an interview Tony Morrison did in Nineteen Ninety eight with the Australian alien journalist Yana vent vent who was white looks very serious as she turns to Tony Morrison and says this. You don't think you will ever change and right books. That incorporate wide wide lives into them substantially. I have done in a substantial. You can't understand how powerfully raise the question any as you could never ask a white author when you're gonNA write about black breath he did or not or she did even in curry comes from a position of being in the center and being used to being in the same gene used to being and saying you know. Is it ever possible that you will entered into mainstream. It's inconceivable that we're I already am and she really just like flips the question on its head and she's it's always like you never like all of the questions. I got sent her white people and actually like no like yeah like that's racist and I she's like I center myself and I sent her black people in my work. There's nothing wrong with that and I was like this is true. It's like I think about the you know. The cannon that I read in college on High School and and Tony Morrison pointed the she's like you know like nobody's he's asking tolstoy like writing for like. Are you writing for you know like for young. Russians is only for Russian. I it sounds and so I you know like I'm obviously making light of it and being a little flippant but I think that for so many of us that was that was game changing you know and she she never shrank. She wasn't provocative. She wasn't you know she was just telling the truth about who she was and and I really appreciate about it. Always seems particularly unfair that when someone dies they're not around to help you through their death the one person you don't get to hear talk about. Tony Morrison dying his Tony any Morrison but death something she came back to again and again in her writing after the break a ghost story this up so the nod is brought to you by borough with the cold weather starting to creep in TV shows returning. There's no better our time to cozy up on your couch with a remote in hand and I got a little routine. I organized my like snacks. I kind of like lay them out on my coffee table. Usually after I've eaten this next feet go up on the coffee table. Kid is asleep so I have to worry about anybody. Repeating that behavior yeah not I just lay back and settle in and usually like I emerge with Spring mid spring even after the is the railway springs yet and if you're like Eric and you plan on being glued to your couch all fall along why not do it like a pro borough sofas are made with durable fabric. That's both scratch and stain resistant plus. You can customize the fabric color leg finish or length to meet your specific needs. Don't settle L. for your same old. Couch settle into a new Comfy Borough Sofa. Get Seventy Five dollars off your New Sofa.

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"toni" Discussed on What It Takes

What It Takes

08:20 min | 1 year ago

"toni" Discussed on What It Takes

"The academy of achievement lost two of its most beloved members in the past few weeks but more significantly america lost two of its most revered voices toni morrison and how prince as it happens in two thousand seven at the international achievement seminar washington d._c. Tony morrison presented how prince with the organization's highest honour the golden plate award earlier that same afternoon these two giants won a novelist and nobel prize winner won a broadway producer director and twenty one the time tony award winner stood at the podium and talked about their lives to the student delegates and the dignitaries sitting mesmerized before worth so on today's episode. We're taking a little bit of a different approach by letting you listen to the talks. They gave unedited that stunning day in the two thousand seven. This is what it takes a podcast about passion vision and perseverance not to mention inspiration from academy of achievement. I'm alice winkler at this child is gifted and i heard that enough that i started to believe if you have the opportunity not a perfect opportunity and you don't take it. You may never have another child. It all was clear. It was just like the picture started to form itself. There was new which ally could prevail over the truth darkness over light their life every day. I wake up and decide today. I'm going to love my life. Decide size is if they're going to break your leg or it's when you go in play stay out of there and then along companies differential experiences that you look for you. Don't plan for the boy. You better not miss him <music>. When tony morrison died several weeks ago on august fifth two thousand nineteen generations nations of readers and writers stopped in their tracks to take in the difficult news she was eighty eight so it could not be called the premature death but her work over the past five decades had such power that it was hard to believe she would no longer stand as a truth taylor among us before we get to her speech to the academy of achievement in two thousand seven a little more about her toni morrison was the author of eleven eleven novels including the bluest eyes song of solomon and of course beloved she took african american women's stories which had been silenced and marginalized and put them front and center where they could no longer be denied and she did it in poetic prose that mingled single magic with the unbearable weight of racism and sexism. Here's a tiny excerpt from beloved her most famous novel the story is based on a real life captured runaway slave who decided to murder her child rather than have her return to slavery in toni horny morrison's telling the child lives on as a ghost who haunts the home where her mother and grandmother live. We couldn't move. She suggested adjusted wants to her mother-in-law. What'd be the point as baby sucks. Not a house in the country impact to its rafters with some dead negro's grief. We lucky this ghost is a baby. My husband spirit was a comeback in here or yours. Don't talk talk to me. You lucky you got three left three pulling inches skirts and just one raising hell from the other side be thankful why don't onto a head eight every one of them gone away from me for take for chase and all expect worrying somebody's house into evil. Tony morrison won the pulitzer for beloved and she went on to win the nobel prize in literature and the presidential medal of freedom one of the many tributes poured in after she died came from michelle obama who wrote for me and for so many others tony morrison was that i crack in the levy the one who freed the truth about black lives sending it rushing out into the world she showed us the beauty in being being our full selves the necessity of embracing our complications and contradictions and she didn't just give us permission to share our stories. She underline ability to do so. She showed how incomplete the world's narrative was without hours in it. I had no reason in no encouragement to be a writer. I didn't think about it until i was over thirty and i only thought about it then because there was something i wanted to read about part and i couldn't find it. I thought everything i needed to read or wanted to read had probably been in written by somebody somewhere and at some point i discovered there was a silence <hes> absence of vacancy about somebody. I knew intimately tape which was young black female. Now there were are books in which such character appeared but she was always a joke an instrument of somebody's pity or to add comic relief of their characters could work out their own generosity on her but what i thought at that time if she you were center stage and held all the attention and the whole text was about her two things occurred to me that it would be about her vulnerability and her absence and her inability to speak for herself and that is the writer would speak for her with other characters or by some skill. I imagined imagine at that time that i had when the book was published it received the kind of <hes> tension that i thought it would which is about two hundred people bought it. Although i have to say i was thinking king four hundred but the company that published it was even more optimistic they printed fifteen hundred and then they decided did you to go out of print. <hes> although they did get a paperback license and then an extraordinary jordan every thing happened <hes> some universities public universities in new york and elsewhere had begun at that time to offer courses in women's studies and they were changing the curricula gala and a lot of places and re organizing what was required reading and some group in new york city. I decided that the bluest eye which is the name of that book would be required reading for everybody who went to the city college of new york forever.

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"toni" Discussed on Backlisted

Backlisted

12:04 min | 1 year ago

"toni" Discussed on Backlisted

"Dinner table. We were till those slow boats from China promised cheap. Cheap sheep can't grow a bloody teapot for toffee anymore. Four thousand kin's gone later and it's gone dark over bills mothers. Is You realize just how much daylight kilns it's letting it's just it's just lovely. He's the whole additions and it's gone dark over. BILLS BUILDS MOTHERS Andy. What have you been reading well when we went on our Guernsey many break. I felt like I was on holiday. I although we working I'm working hard but I did feel like it was it was really exciting to be backing Guernsey and so I thought I wanted to read was something that would be a a contrast to the we were there to discuss and also with Tony Morrison how is reading in preparation for this episode and so I chose a book that was published last Austria and which has just come out in paperback by Porac O'Donnell called the House on vesper sands now. Do you know anything about this noble. No right it sent in the winter of eighteen ninety three and as it Stoltze unclear what is going on what you know is that a seamstress mysteries has been invited into house in Mayfair that something isn't right that she has stitched something into her on skin and that before the chapter is out so spoilers on the first chapter she's committed suicide cranky and and this. This book got me within about six pages. Really you know I'm a fan on this podcast grunting away about the things he's having too much plot. I have a slightly queasy relationship with how I feel about plot. This is just the right amount of plots. You can put that on Makamba. House presents has just the right man. I thought it was absolutely wonderful a fantastic mixture of a detective novel and and a Ghost Story and a horror fiction and it seemed to me very consciously Porac O'Donnell is bringing in Wilkie Collins and Dickens and CONAN doyle not just in Sherlock Holmes Not GonNa read a bit in a minute with detective detective but also CONAN Doyle's interest in the paranormal in spiritualism is reflected in this book. It reminded me of the woman in black by Susan Hale it reminded me of the TV series Ripper Street John Young Roy so he has that really real energy and Sousse of Victorian Baroque but it's thrilling and stylish and it's also really funny. It has some really wonderful set pieces and then he manages to do that thing that I think lots of people trying to write this kind of noval would like to do but perhaps is more challenging than one might think that he's able to shift gear from the modes of storytelling quite brilliantly. I must say that you go from something which is making you laugh and then two pages lacy. I say you're absolutely horrified by what you're being presented with and really. It's a wonderful wonderful but never goes what you think is going to do it. Warden is a kind of Victorian Victorian so so so here's a little bit. This is a discussion between inspector cutter and a servant in the house where the seamstress has committed suicide. He is called Karoo but first we hear from Inspector Cutter Inspect Custody says now will you be an obliging obliging fellow and show us to the particular room in the upper part of the house where this misfortune occurred it was a room I take it and not a chimney or nest in the eaves for the good inspector inspector but I hope you will refrain from any further levity for you. Find us all greatly saddened. Waters occurred levity inspector cut his face darkened and and he clamped his hand for a moment over his jaw for an instant Gideon imagine that some predatory creature looked within a might burst from him at any moment like an unrooted Hawk from its perch levity. Will you tell me Carroo. Do you keep an eye to the newspapers tool on occasions as my duties permit it. Did you ever read the case of the children of doctors and John. The slow through the Jones carries is widened but he checked himself almost at once. I believe I saw some mention of it and do you recall how many children isn't Jones had and what ages were not to an exactness inspector. I would not have had the leisure to five there. Were five since John Children. The eldest was Antony a boy of thirteen and the youngest was Matilda. Matilda was a babe of fifty months and was still nurse at the time per day. Do you know how it is that I come to know that Noah inspector how could I you could naught and I will do you the kindness of keeping it from you for sure you it is a thing that would never leave you but I will tell you this much. I know their names and their ages I know the color of each one's hair and I could give you a litany of every scrap of clothing that was on them. It was I who made the photographic plates that was shown to the jurors. Since the Frenchman we depend upon in the normal course would come no further than the head of the stairs. Did you know carry that the adult take a small child of formed in her jaw long before the milk teeth and lost. I did not inspector yes. It's a remarkable thing they hidden away until recall for in a tiny imperfect ray the workings of nature a puzzle and I suppose I have been fortunate to have glimpsed them as others have not it but you may be certain of this much Karoo if I had any great store of Merriment when I went into that house and I suspect I had note if the truth be known then it was gone for me and Tali when I came out and it has never troubled me again so I I thoroughly enjoyed that. That's out in paperback. Many of you might be able to have a holiday this year if you do. I I strongly recommend the House on Vespa Sans Bright but now we have to move onto the main event which is beloved put by Toni Morrison. I thought maybe we would hear from Tony Morrison herself. We're going to hear from her a few times but I thought maybe she could read to us. This is from about fifty pages into the novel and it's where the character of beloved makes her first appearance. A fully dressed woman walked out of the water. She barely gained the dry bank of the stream before she sat down and leaned against a mulberry tree all day and all night. She sat there her head resting on the trunk in a position abandoned enough to crack the Bram in her straw hat everything hurt but her lungs most of all sopping wet and breathing shallow. She spent spent those hours trying to negotiate the weight of her eyelids. The day breeze blew her dress dry the night when wrinkled it nobody saw her emerge or came accidentally by if they had chances are they would have hesitated before approaching her not because she was wet or dozing or had what sounded like asthma but because middle that she was smiling it took her the whole of the next morning to lift herself from the ground and make her way through the woods past giant. Temple of Boxwood to the field and in the yard of the slate gray house exhausted again she sat down on the first hand he place a stump not far from the steps of one twenty four by then keeping her eyes open was less of an effort she she could manage it for a full two minutes more her neck. Its circumference no wider that policy service saucer kept the bending and her Chen brushed the bit of lace edging her dress prissy. I mean we're all sitting here. sleigh stunned by actually hearing that read aloud what are the qualities of Toni Morrison's pros that you can hear just in that one paragraph well when I listen to that power groff. I'm listening for all of the things make her work and her sentences in her language so exciting and you know what she's doing that is she's compressing language and distilling language to multiple meanings in every sentence so when you have this idea of the trunk then you're thinking not just about the tree trunk but you're thinking about the body parts of the body that we call the trunk so then you imagine that this young woman with this huge effort drags herself to this. House this mysterious young woman she sits down on the first thing she sees an. It's a tree stump so that part of her body which is trump actually becomes the next part of the tree and it's done so carefully and soaked easily and so beautifully it just happens at the back lack of your brain as a reader you just take that in and you just read. Is that somehow this the writer who can vote how much how much the human world and the natural world just few fused together then this will say this idea that this trunk has been that she's sitting on a stump a trie and that is his just exactly what her own story is. I don't want to ruin it for readers. You haven't read the book but it's a ghost story and this young woman has has had a violence done to her. She's grown out of into the ghost which has to do with axes and cuttings and of course the tree is very resonant in the context of this novel. It's the slavery novel. It's a place where a tree can be both the site of great an awful violence against is black bodies where bodies hung and it can also be something very sheltering and that idea of the tree and reclaiming the shelter the tree becoming something that takes nurture is is part of this book. It's ingrained in this book so it's got a lot of the layers of meaning Tony Morrison never ever straight from connecting the body through its experiences what she shows us to material objects either so when she talks about this neck as the size of a saucer we're in the parlor with something balancing really eighty gently and this such dread in the idea of the axe and this trembling and it's all there in that tiny paragraph that we just Harry I I read this novel in two thousand six and I read it as one of the books for for my uh-huh dangerously and I can remember reading that specific paragraph which is one of the reasons why we heard it. They're thinking how in a way preceived just explained it really anyway anyway was how is she doing that. How is she marrying lyricism and horror horror.

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"toni" Discussed on Happy Sad Confused

Happy Sad Confused

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"toni" Discussed on Happy Sad Confused

"I mean it's it's a superpower it's crazy surprise me having had the opportunity i presume to do much in the way of movie musicals it sell me connie carlos probably the closest is that something that you've talked about sort of not kind of you can you can't steer your own ship too much in this industry but like is that something that you wish are still hope to kind of really do yeah i think musicals of bad name and rightly so some of the shocking but when they tastefully down and when this something real to latch onto and the music the music will enhance the story and and it can be quite profound so end joyous in depends on the story but i base very basically just missing and still write some music bits maija has very much got me kind of busy i can only imagine the music you writing during hereditary on your off time dark material artworks toni collette is there is there a pie in the sky musical that's still kind of on your bucket was the tackle or just one that you as a fan that's in recent years that that touch you that did kind of work for you no not no snow but it this allies newark that's your open so six cents mentioned as it should be a great piece of work i watched it again the other day because it holds up so well always been a fan of nights so that and that people are drawing parallels a surface level and it's really a service levels hereditary they're going to be more.

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"toni" Discussed on Happy Sad Confused

Happy Sad Confused

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"toni" Discussed on Happy Sad Confused

"Crossed on that one as always police spread the good word of happy second fused rate reviewing subscribe on i tunes tell your friends tell your family that's the way the show gets bigger and better and we can bring guests like the great toni collette so without any further do let's go to that conversation enjoy this chat with tony and go see hereditary out in theaters now in your in your neighborhood or if not now quite soon checking check great to meet you i'm such a fan of yours nice nice to to meet meet you you yeah you were just saying you know we were comparing notes on the versing they're jumping and you're right because i think i think you having done this once or twice you can decipher the person that walks in the room that's just sort of like bsn you and the one that is actually kind of moving and that's one is like that it's so congratulations you're enjoying this crazy ride interesting you know i don't know i think made almost seventy movies have been doing this and so i was a teenager now i'm this year at ten forty six and i have to say i think this is the first film in my entire korea with his baynes such a palpable excited feeling film that hasn't even come out yet yeah there was premiered at sundance right i wasn't there i didn't go to a couple of screens at sundance in january and then it screened at south by south west there's also i mean there've been several screening since then but yeah i wished it for the first time it couple of weeks ago at a screening in la and then i watched it at the london premiere i was just saying to manage what what i think in watch it tonight who got the premier here in new york and i love this film but it's so heavy and i can't help but when i watch something that i'm into kind of feel what i was feeling on the day so to existing.

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"toni" Discussed on Happy Sad Confused

Happy Sad Confused

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"toni" Discussed on Happy Sad Confused

"You know it's one of those movies that i don't want to reveal too much about it but suffice it to say it is a it's a kind of a family drama in some ways twenty colette as the matriarch of this family though her mom at the outset of this film has just passed away and she is a mother and she is a wife and she is plagued by a fractured relationship with her now deceased mother and struggling with major issues that come up with her own children and it starts out kind of as a relatable really sad portrait of a family doing with grief and loss and economy goes off the rails and many different interesting ways as progresses and by the end man it's it's an intense couple hours of the movies but it's a very very impressive piece of work from the first time filmmaker that's amazing and from toni collette and this grays great unsolvable of actors including gabriel byrne alex wolff it's it's a movie that i think we're gonna be talking about throughout the year so check out hereditary and check out this conversation with toni collette a couple of disclaimers you might hear even now i'm taping this introduction from the confines of my lovely apartment which is lovely except that there's constant construction going on around me my here drilling it's a lot of fun and i actually taped this conversation with tony just a couple blocks from my apartment so you're gonna hear the same drill because there is construction everywhere in my neighborhood so apologies a little drilling in the background occasionally but you're going to hear the delicious wonderful australian voice toni collette to soothe you so it's going to be okay guys.

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"toni" Discussed on Happy Sad Confused

Happy Sad Confused

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"toni" Discussed on Happy Sad Confused

"Today on happy second fused toni collette on perhaps the performance of her career in hereditary hey guys i'm josh horowitz welcome to another addition of happy second fused mile at all podcast where i talked the big old movie stars and filmmakers about their projects in lives and i'm very pleased to say that today's episode is a first timer to happy second fuse i i think i've ever had with her toni collette one of our greatest actors on the planet i feel very comfortable in saying that especially when you when you take a look at the filmography for a second you take a look back at all the varied work that's only colette has done over the years and oscar nominated for the six cents but that's really just the tip of the iceberg from urals wedding little miss sunshine in her shoes a lot of underrated smaller films in there too and now starring in the new film from h four or favorite little studio that could the crazy oh my god drama horror thriller suspense it's hard to pin down it's a lot of things hereditary as the movie you've probably if you listen to this podcast you're movie fan and if your movie fan you're kind of in the know on what people are talking about and people are very much talking about hereditary i heard the buzz building on this and it premiered at sundance i didn't catch it there sadly but i finally did a few weeks ago and it is it's maybe my favorite movie of the year it's definitely up there it's definitely top ten material probably for me by the end of the year safe to say i wanna see it again it's.

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"toni" Discussed on News Talk 1490

News Talk 1490

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"toni" Discussed on News Talk 1490

"No matter how much i love hearing toni braxton sings when i picture her singing to her man byrd man it just changes everything for me here's how late as long as i live you never you do.

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"toni" Discussed on Kermode and Mayo's Film Review

Kermode and Mayo's Film Review

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"toni" Discussed on Kermode and Mayo's Film Review

"To grey gardens the maizels very carefully crafted that footage together to really emphasize the tragedy of the bills and so here i think like that some only works if you think of as a prequel to great garden if you think as just giving a little bit of context as to how the maizels such close access with the bills new see the house in worse repair because a lot of the footage is actually lea rods will try to fend off all these inspectors from the board of health or even just trying to salvage all these parts of the house yes we're only works addition to greg one of those okay we are joined now by the fabulous thank you list toni collette guys i'm pretty good how about yourselves we're pretty good i think we're pretty good i'm still a little bit scarred from hereditary all you've seen it we've both seen it yeah okay i saw over a week ago and i'm still not quite or k i'm sorry and i'm kind of redo look anything about movies i'm excited to go and see just wanna go and see him this one i didn't even know the jomon which is kind of new for me i think it's great to see any film called not knowing anything it's kind of ideal but i think one of the things i liked about this is it's not i mean it isn't just a horror film i know easier if it can definitely escalate into that area but it's also like this really incredibly onus look at grief as family dynamics and how they changed when people going through that lawson pain for those who do lights no a little bit about what they going see how this this film up i'm way your character.

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"toni" Discussed on Kermode and Mayo's Film Review

Kermode and Mayo's Film Review

02:06 min | 2 years ago

"toni" Discussed on Kermode and Mayo's Film Review

"All right guys is clear east look and ben bailey smith infra simon the markham five life we in the process of avoiding for the fabulous toni collette who is in transit's on the streets of london if you've ever been on the streets of london on friday you you know know that goes for this some good because something is has come in the makes me feel very woman fuzzy in the stomach this is my first email relating back to something i said on another show which makes me feel genuine kind of witter tiny member you know with the with statement member in the obviously you you're you're another person so newish to with thymine and it's just it's just nice to have an email saying did ben and clarisse like being addressed and it's it's from jim in london who i i mean he reminds me i he wanted some vice about getting into the acting game and obviously as i'm on that kind of toni collette kind of level of i gave him some advice he says ben inquiry some months back ben encourage me to keep it despite my mishap ridden acting efforts such as not being chosen a number of additional only to find out that my bedside tables sold on ebay will be starring pike in the film three seconds which comes out in august i'm happy to report that as a result of my pacific further thebenz encouragement and the loss minute actor substitution i've very minor but for me very exciting row in the newly would movie in case of in caissoti which also comes out later this year it was such a late cool up for the role the arrived with completely the wrong outfit costume was coupled together at hook and included loan of the shirt of fellow actor and the shoes of the director cola munis i'm not the quickest actor on the take and so my little scene of discussion whilst walking through a park in both colour and auditing for quite a number of takes checked of distances google maps and i can confirm i quite literally to the show of the back of another actor a move to.

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"toni" Discussed on Kermode and Mayo's Film Review

Kermode and Mayo's Film Review

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"toni" Discussed on Kermode and Mayo's Film Review

"Think by was i was very much what ching as a teenager without a love her back catalogue she's one of those and she yeah this to terni collects in my mind those the one of murals wedding have oh tony klatten that's the one of the six cents and hereditary toni collette nightmares so i don't know which toni collette albie feeling when she comes in she's gonna be very hopefully i'm not gonna feel nervous having to look at her and talk to her thinking about hereditary we'll be fine of course there a whole bunch of movies out as well that we need to discuss this week we go some reviews what will say we mccallum plane the pa book club that summer my friend dahmer lemon do blah and ishmael goose yeah quite low french in there yeah so this is what my half frenchness will come out and hopefully i'll do some good pronunciations and of course you guys if you want to join in with the show you can get in touch with us all the usual ways you know email mail bbc coda uk you know the deal text eight five five eight and you can find us on facebook and on twitter with attainment so let's have a look at the top ten the box office top ten in the uk number ten we have the life of the play you see this i haven't because i was i live in brighton and there was no life of the party available to me.

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"toni" Discussed on Toure Show

Toure Show

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"toni" Discussed on Toure Show

"Right and i'm like why would she have to breathe new firsthalf home i had to prove myself but after that there were no songs that i heard that took from someone usually write the songs from me we write the songs together and i got to sing them i was huge why why did it blow up i think because it was a unique sounding artist i remember elton john l l johnson i love you new artists tony's voices great is in dry janice elliott i will tell her goll is her does she think yes is this she girl i never confused you voca sonically for a guy who people didn't know here the name toni braxton sure is very masculine name sure sir think you know if you didn't see the artists you just heard the voice he may have thought like typing campbell had higher voice true yeah tevin i think there might have been one record that i was like sounds like a woman to me so then in drage voice especially on the song like let it flow or it was it was very low do you remember let if flow hello that song i did i myself and i'm like damn you like the sound of your voice i had to learn to love when did that happen maybe early twenties so when you were a teenager and you're sounding husky did it and make you feel different less female they would tell me voices so low and when i was trying to be a single boise's a background singer voices linda yourself to be elites did it make you feel bad.

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"toni" Discussed on Toure Show

Toure Show

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"toni" Discussed on Toure Show

"You understand that me or tony i wanted i had i imagined tony with give me this note a little stronger so she's definitely has has voice in the song she writes i think a lot of people would agree that diane warren is the greatest songwriter i'm partial tours i think she's great what makes her baby face to though well what makes diane and then baby makes diane the greatest songwriter in the modern era because she just comes up with these melodies and i think the lyrics alone sell the songs but then the melodies is what kills it i mean who comes up with the lyric on break my heart and usually say you broke my heart but she's asking the person to embrace it as genius to me and then the way the melody comes together is under like is vulnerability just how you that melody goes together that way ten baby face has been one of your collaborators from the beginning big part of all the songs baby faces rhythm he will eric clapton baby coup madonna to go i mean he has a slew of so many artists he's worked with you'd be surprised i mean without a doubt one of the greatest songwriters and producers and singers of the modern era everything so what is he taught you about singing and music that has helped you he told me i was just my first instinct 'cause it's usually the right one purchase think yeah always listen to it but he he always he often tells me that overproduce myself i'm so critical of myself like i can't go back and listen to the songs must have mastered it i will not listen to it anymore even on a radio alternate if toni braxton comes on the radio going to turn it because you're sick of it.

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"toni" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:44 min | 3 years ago

"toni" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Of this musician in performer having a child diagnosed with autism and 60 i'm toni braxton encourage you to learn more at autismspeaksorgscience early diagnosis can make a lifetime of difference or you can become a fan of the car pro and post a question to jerry on facebook than telling you this guy never sleeps.

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"toni" Discussed on Ask Me Another

Ask Me Another

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"toni" Discussed on Ask Me Another

"Don't leave me and all this pain don't leave me in the rain come back and bring back my smile come these tears away i need your arms to hold me now the nights are so unkind bring back those nights when i held you decide boy in boise amid toni braxton go our break ma i wasn't that's correct and i can't say i thought i can't remember i remember them at the mall tyson beg for was in the free convey you know and i know and there was any was differ it was financed only short kite it was he was giving me and she's i guns the man has okay so see gas okay that was good all right here's your next when he goes during grace there are miracles in life i must achieve but i i know with inside of me so that i can be it if i just believe it there's nothing to it we need houston right now what it definitely is whitney and mariah carey no r r kelly was.

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