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"tony sherman" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:01 min | 7 months ago

"tony sherman" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Subaru summer is going on now gone up. Son, Jordan Rich here with CANISTERS Corner got a special series for you with Tony Sherman, president and CEO of Women's on a mission to help the world eat more fruit, famous for their frozen wild blueberries and Tony This is a very convenient and fun way to get fruit in the diet. Frozen is a great way for people to easily be able to supplementing and Increase their their fruit intake. The primary use that we have for the bag frozen fruit that we sell throughout retail retail stores in America is for for smoothie. Folks also use them to make pies or to put our blueberries, muffins, pancakes, etcetera, and we've just launched a new product that we call just fruit, which is a A little fruit cup frozen that you can just reach into your freezer, grab a cup, peeled back the lid and digging with a spoon. It's chopped up fruit with little pearls. Kind of like different dots. If you're familiar with that technology that, but we make it out of out of Greek yogurt and out of banana puree and things like that, So we're combining these indulgent little dots with was chopped up fruit. Great snack. A great alternative to ice cream in a great way to very conveniently And for only four or 45 calories, depending on the flavor really convenient way to increase one's fruit intake. Thank you to Tony Sherman of Women's the Frozen Fruit experts visit. Why mons dot com More with Tony coming up in a future episode connoisseurs corner WBZ Boston's news radio and 27 coming up in the news at 9 30, the very latest on the overnight search for survivors. In the rubble of Florida's condo complex collapse and you could strike a big in Massachusetts. If you're vaccinated. You heard you could save big when you bundle home and auto with progressive. So you went online to check it out. But then you saw the link for a survey about which type of bread you are..

"tony sherman" Discussed on PTI

PTI

03:53 min | 2 years ago

"tony sherman" Discussed on PTI

"If you were great player, and I'm gonna tell you something he will go he will sell tickets. They'll be in the thick of it in the spring. But I'm not sure I'd want him to lead my team if I was trying to win a championship. And that was my primary goal. I'm not shred one. M we got another one of these stories, Tony where young star athlete in this case, Nick Bosa now with the forty Niners is trying to backtrack from stuff that he posted on social media that has culture. Perhaps racial overtones. Both the city wealth was being drafted by the forty Niners because of San Francisco's renowned diversity and intolerance for intolerance. But new teammate Richard Sherman says et Denny matter. Sherman tells sacrimento be quote one thing about football is nobody really cares. What you say if you can play at the end of the day. That's all that matters close quote, Tony Sherman. Let votes off too easily or we'll be that simple. Just play football. Come this fall. I mean, smartest thing which has said in the last three years because the last three years all he's done is pretty much rip. Russell wilson. I think that you throw together in a locker room particular football locker room because here's fifty five sixty guys in here. It's different than a basketball Akron, where there's only ten to twelve you throw together people of different stripes in different us and different orientational towards everything in life. I don't think it's a political rally. I think it's football team. I think if you can produce on a football field if you win the pretty much tolerate anything as long as you're not overt about it. Pretty much tolerated. The look at Richie incognito. Buffalo wins. Nobody gets nuts about these things. I think football is different in that regard. That is totally about winning. And you accept the fact that the guy playing right next to you may have a completely different look at life than you do yet think is going to be a lot greater than that Richard Sherman knows the bay area. He does and I- Tony I love here. I love northern California. I love San Francisco and part of what I love about it as an African American man is I think it's of all the cities in America. It is the most intolerance of intolerance, and people will walk up to you and say, we don't like it. You wanna have that go somewhere else on the pockets of the country, you can do that? And they do that socially, and politically, and I like that both said. I want this. I think that does matter because you know, what you don't wanna just live in that locker room. Even though you're in their more hours, and some other sports you've got a live where you live. You gotta go to the grocery store and the drive you you can't. Stage. I think went to stage where Nick Bosa gets a second chance we get away from them. And. He wants it seems like he's courting by saying, hey, I need to be around different than I've been around. I have plaud- him for that. But I think this is a lot grayer nothing Richard Sherman. Does I think I'm unsure inside? And so you're on the other side on me on this one. Again, if it's not overt. I think it works. Look at the Red Sox look at who's going to go to the White House is not going to the White House. And yet the Red Sox on either side of that issue say this is not going to hurt us as a team because you come together to play that sport. And they've won Dallas kaikal who won the American League Cy Young in two thousand fifteen is still unsigned. He told him Brown of Yahoo that he's had multiple offers. But it's turned them down because they are below what he believes he is worth. Kyko said, quote, it's about fair market value. Why come to things that think to teams rather think you're needy and you willing to accept a lesser offer? Then your market value. This is not a me thing. This is for the greater good baseball. This is for principal unquote will Kyko smart to hold out for fair market. Value. I'm going to get into what he's smart enough because I don't know fair market values. Not absolute fair market values. What you can go. She ate you or your agent Dallas kaikal, God bless them. Whatever he gives..

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"tony sherman" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"tony sherman" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Fifties had already come through one career incredibly successfully. And it wasn't enough. Tony Sherman co author of the book pop the genius of Andy Warhol notes or whole wasn't an artist yet. But he was going places. He wanted out of the kind of this small world of commercial illustration, and he wanted out of local celebrity in the sort of Manhattan, lavender ghetto that he was a well known player in the Manhattan gay cafe society. So that is seen as the before. And after for Warhol when he made the move into art, the art he made changed everything, of course, the artist himself in a BBC interview from nineteen Eighty-one said, not really when you look back after all you were successful before you became an artist. Do you ever wish you hadn't become? Monotonous? When I was doing that. I was doing the same thing. So I'm really not doing anything different. But when you were doing windows and drawing shoes. And so I don't see it any different. But looking at the before, and after that is what war drew and later how he used existing images stacked up and repeated over and over you begin to consider what happened when he made that shift what he left behind what he gave up what art historians used to call technique, if you think about the abstract expressionists, and how the hand was so important to art Warhol removed the hand in a way critic and novelist Lynn Telman, author of American genius. A comedy says Andy produced art in a very different way. Some people saw that kind of art making as in authentic. This wasn't art because he didn't make it with his hand. He didn't even talk. Like, I do the same thing every day. I go to work and pain. I try. Try to turn out his pictures. I can use the number quite important doing a lot of pictures. Yeah. The numbers really important one thing. Everybody seems to agree on including the late artist. Dorian Robert rosenbloom was that Warhol was always in motion. He walked out of the.

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"tony sherman" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"tony sherman" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Through one career incredibly successfully. And it wasn't enough. Tony Sherman co author of the book pop the genius of Andy Warhol notes or whole wasn't an artist yet. But he was going places. He wanted out of the kind of this small world of commercial illustration, and he wanted out of local celebrity in sort of Manhattan, lavender ghetto that he was a well known player in the Manhattan gay cafe society. So that is seen as the before. And after for Warhol when he made the move into art, the art he made changed everything, of course, the artist himself in a BBC interview from nineteen Eighty-one said, not really when you look back after all you were successful before you became an artist. Do you ever wish you hadn't become? An office when I was doing that. I was doing the same things I'm really not doing anything different. But when you were doing windows and drawing shoes. And so I don't see it any different. But looking at the before, and after that is what war drew and later how he used existing images stacked up and repeated over and over you begin to consider what happened when he made that shift what he left behind what he gave up what art historians used to call technique, if you think about the abstract expressionists, and how the hand was so important to art Warhol removed the hand in a way critic and novelist Lynn Telman, author of American genius. A comedy says Andy produced art in a very different way. Some people saw that kind of art making as in authentic. This wasn't art because he didn't make it with his hand. He didn't even talk. Like, I do the same thing every day. I go to work and pain. And I try and try to turn out his main pictures, I can use the number quite important doing a lot of pictures. Yeah. The numbers really important one thing. Everybody seems to agree on including the late artist. Dorian Robert rosenbloom was that Warhol was always in motion. He walked out of the ivory.

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"tony sherman" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"tony sherman" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Had already come through one career incredibly successfully. And it wasn't enough. Tony Sherman co author of the book pop the genius of Andy Warhol notes or whole wasn't an artist yet. But he was going places. He wanted out of the kind of this small world of commercial illustration, and he wanted out of local celebrity in sort of Manhattan, lavender ghetto that he was a well known player in the Manhattan gay cafe society. So that is seen as the before. And after for Warhol when he made the move into art, the art he made changed everything, of course, the artist himself in a BBC interview from nineteen Eighty-one said, not really when you look back after all you were successful before you became an artist. Do you ever wish you hadn't become? I'm an office when I was doing that. I was doing the same thing. So I'm really not doing anything different. But when you were doing windows and drawing shoes. And so I don't see it any different. But looking at the before, and after that is what war drew and later how he used existing images stacked up and repeated over and over you begin to consider what happened when he made that shift what he left behind what he gave up what art historians used to call technique, if you think about the abstract expressionists, and how the hand was so important to art Warhol removed the hand in a way critic and novelist Lynn Telman, author of American genius. A comedy says Andy produced art in very different way. Some people saw that kind of art making as in authentic. This wasn't art because he didn't make it with his hand. He didn't even talk. Like, I do the same thing every day. I go, you know, go to work and pain. I tried and tried to turn out as many pictures that I can use the number quite important doing a lot of pictures. Yeah. The numbers really important one thing. Everybody seems to agree on including the late artist's Dorian. Robert rosenbloom was that Warhol was always in motion. He walked out of the ivory tower of in the nineteen fifties into.

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