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"warhol" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:52 min | Last week

"warhol" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Time Andy Warhol was moving into film where he was pushing the boundaries of form and content Although he was a visual artist he was fascinated with the movies And he understood that movies were closer to other time based mediums like music That's film critic Amy taubin As a young actress she sat for a screen test that Warhol's factory He performed hundreds of these There was a 16 millimeter camera on a tripod and a stool to sit on And we'll look at your face and he adjusted to one light and the angle of the camera And he said look into the camera try not to move try not to blink and he went away Inside the camera was a single spool of film which took about three minutes to run When Warhol showed you the results he would slow the film down to silence speed 16 frames per second a third slower than life The experiment in duration that wahoo was part of and that The Velvet Underground was a huge part of before they got involved with Warhol even Was something that cut across there he is mediums After being introduced by filmmaker Barbara Rubin Warhol started managing The Velvet Underground in 1966 He offered a few suggestions such as adding a German model to the mix She called herself Nico and her voice was a striking a sharp appearance To all those parts developed underground became the factory's house band Warhol leveraged his fame to take them on the road with the exploding plastic inevitable a multimedia show featuring music and dancing strobe.

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Kate Bornstein: Still a Gender Outlaw (7/27/21)

LGBTQ&A

01:55 min | 3 months ago

Kate Bornstein: Still a Gender Outlaw (7/27/21)

"Begin with in the last few years. We have really up to you in your work when it comes to gender been talking about in writing about living outside the gender binary for over thirty years at this point and now we're able to point to people like you and your work as one example of things we can turn to to read and learn but early on thirty years ago. What if any resources did you have. Were their books. You're reading or people you were talking to anything at all. There was no internet and there was nothing to look at if you could look up transexual but then you would get christine jorgensen and you would get very conservative. People people who were born men grew up were living as conservative men and transitioned into conservative women and the freaks. Their voice wasn't published. It was coming out through warhol's films at first. That's where that's where the real first non binary presence was felt in the country. Jackie curtis was calling themselves. I'm not a man. I'm not a woman i went. Whoa okay. Let's talk about that in for so long early work. That was how you described your gender not man not woman. Was that how it was commonly being discussed or is that like your individual way to describe it. That was my individual way to describe it. I didn't know many people personally who were also looking at themselves in that way but as more and more people started defining as trans and as we had the internet than i was hooking with people who did that defined that way.

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Interview With Actor, Producer, Jason Blum

Awards Chatter

01:48 min | 5 months ago

Interview With Actor, Producer, Jason Blum

"Great to speak with you. Jason thank you for making the time. And i guess just to start at the very beginning. Can you share with our viewers. Where were you born and raised in. Did your folks do for a living sure. I was born actually in los angeles. I moved to new york when i was very young. My dad was an art dealer. Had a gallery in l. a. Actually called the ferris gallery. Which is my middle name gave warhol his first west coast show. Showed the soup cans there ferris gallery and my mother was not historian They're both still alive. My mom was a professor of art history. She taught different here in l. A. sheets sutter riverside and on the east coast. She spent most of her time teaching at a suny purchase. She's retired now But i definitely grew up with artists than in the arts and with two parents who were in the arts and had not had those parents. I probably would have been doing something else so i guess you know i know that you eventually went off to vassar but before that if you can think back to your adolescence and there may be people at that stage who are watching or listening or whatever. I'm just curious. Do you remember what your interests and passions were as as a kid. Sure i definitely do I've actually been thinking a lot about my adolescence. Because i just read this great book which i would highly recommend to all all of you Fellow zuma's out there called notes on silencing and it's By by a woman named lacey crawford i met her the other day and It's about her experience at saint. Paul's not a good experience. But it's it's it was it. May i've been thinking a lot about my adolescence. Because i went to boarding school as well. I went to go called taft before that went to public school outside of new york city. I grew up in a little town called dobbs ferry

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"warhol" Discussed on MinddogTV  Your Mind's Best Friend

MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend

04:19 min | 6 months ago

"warhol" Discussed on MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend

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"warhol" Discussed on MinddogTV  Your Mind's Best Friend

MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend

07:20 min | 6 months ago

"warhol" Discussed on MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend

"Look and i'll be all along fourteenth street all day eleven. Am to seven pm meeting people and hopefully you know now that we are finally a beating the corona virus with our vaccine. Roll out that we can shake more hands and take more pictures of people. So that's gonna be very fun but the thing that i'll be doing in this this performance which is new is discussing. I don't know if you've seen the very famous. It's an incredible painting of the green leaves in the background. The official presidential portrait of barack obama have you ever seen that noah in the national portrait gallery so every president gets advice and first lady gets one official presidential portrait and hangs in the dc national portrait gallery and the and it was unveiled about two years ago of obama. And i love barack. Obama may be my favorite president ever. And i'm a history major And also i love the artists. Kahindi wiley is also one of my favorite artists and the painting is unbelievable. But it was made in china this official presidential One of a kind. You know super american painting The artis studio is in china. And i love people. I have no problem. You know if you wanna make things in china but this one is really you know. It's a special and it's not a coincidence that the president he. Yeah that's it. The president the beasts the presidential limo. It's a cadillac. It's an american company. It's made in america. It's it's not a rolls royce which be a lot nicer but that's would be made in england right and it's the same reason why the Air force one is a boeing ins made in america. It's not an airbus. Because that would be made in france so i think it is quite a little bit of a controversy that this painting was made in china And and. I hope we're going to have some conversations about it did did he. Ah sit foot. So the artists takes a picture of obama and then he paints it and he has a studio in china interesting. I find myself Shocked at how little. I thought it was pretty well informed until tonight and they wrote one story on it but in the art world it was pretty much overlooked But it it's almost like we have 'em it's a fun thing like i said. I love obama. I love gandhi while they have enormous respect for the. They've done more in their lifetime than i could ever hope to achieve. I mean a hindi. Wiley is one of the biggest artists in the country. He's an american black artists at great artists but But this i just think it was a little bit of a buddha where they go. They didn't really pay attention to say. This is a really. It's going to be there You know in two thousand years. I hope america is still doing well in the national portrait gallery and though when kids wanna learn about barack obama and then they go we have three hundred and thirty one million people in this country and we couldn't figure out one way to make a decent painting. One thing in this country we outsource cheinal yep and just just as sweet biden said on. We are in a battle his quotes are. We are in a battle to win the twenty first century with china. And then he said that there's no reason he's talking about his green energy bill that there's no reason why the blades on a windmill can't be made in pittsburgh. Instead of beijing either directly from biden this week. But i think that this painting is completely inconsistent with that messaging. Yeah i agree You know. I applaud your optimism that we're going to be here thousand years or two thousand I don. I don't away a week. But i applaud your optimism. But i don't know how you can sustain that man i maybe because i'm a extreme pessimist but i don't know world's in a bad place and i think we're even though The four years of donald trump has passed. I don't think the division is necessarily healed. It's just it's got more. There's nothing to argue about on a daily basis because biden isn't tweeting out every thought he has constantly and giving us something to fight about. I i still think we're is divided as we were six months ago. Eight months ago. Yeah still very divided. yeah so do you have any Insight or intuition about what the future because you do donald trump And he's he's out of the white house and you're doing post presidency trump but what about the possibility of doing indicted trump or. Perhaps prisoner jumped. Do you have any Thoughts on that. You know hard to fathom. It's hard to fathom. I know he's under investigation in georgia and in new york But i haven't thought about that but but right now it's more it's about a trump so even trump now he's thinking about his legacy right and this painting is about obama's legs the end just last week. They put the photo in the place. Where the trump painting will go. So my satirical trump character is sort of a you know a mutated donald trump from the depths of mar-a-lago who is thinking about his own legacy and his own painting which is being set up and commissioned right now but then also fixated that the obama one of all countries. you know. it wasn't made in india resume. nba That trump has this. You know unique obsession with china but look i. I used to be a prosecutor. I was a assistant district attorney in the brooklyn. Da's office for a number of years in the twenty tens and i was in the domestic violence bureau. So i was helping. Almost all women And mostly spanish-speaking on victims of domestic violence and that was a very rewarding experience for me but as a former prosecutor that anyone who has broken the law Has you know whatever justice that they deserve met with them. Yeah it does seem like Bureau dare definitely To standards for Who gets You know who get prosecuted and who doesn't in That's a shameful thing but I'm just curious about Because trump has still has a hold on the gop. and but. here's the thing that i can't figure out because if and there's so much i can't figure out about the cultism donald trump but if any of the president would have lost them the house of representatives and kind of even out the senate on them and then lost the white house. The people would be jumping off ship pretty quickly. Can you explain the loyalty behind somebody who lost everything and you still. I thought they were gonna flush him out after january six which was such a terrible dark day for our country's history I they'd say that was it. That was the final last straw and flush.

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"warhol" Discussed on MinddogTV  Your Mind's Best Friend

MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend

08:12 min | 6 months ago

"warhol" Discussed on MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend

"And follow tootsie warhol please. Why y y oh yeah. Let me pick the banner up alarm. I forgot about the banner. They so well. Thank you for the plug in all that stuff. I appreciate that my my. I'm going to definitely cut up a little bit of that in in. Use it for promotion. I was saying. I was saying i wasn't gonna paint face orange. I wasn't doing any i was like. I was like okay. I don't like trump. But i'm living my life but then i got boom on. I'm in the lion's den you know and it's mac and then i'm in the front page the time shaking hands with him and i go now. I'm into deep. So i have to do more and that inspired me to start to use art as a means for the activism right. I gotta ask you though. I mean you shook his hand. I got my reaction to that would be really. I got need to go. Watch my hand. And i just don't know how you could shake the man's hand filling and knowing what he's all about knowing everything's behind about and all that stuff it would give me just made me wanna puke Did it give you any kind of physical reaction like any hesitancy. Pull back. And i wanted to shake his hand. 'cause you know it's a kind of especially before coronavirus and i think it will come back. It's a kind of a thing especially for men in a meeting. It's like you know or you met michael jordan. Did you get his autograph. The dig wouldn't shake his aunt. It's kind of thing you know to do. And i'm glad i did. It doesn't mean that we're bff. But when i shook his hand. It's the only i had never done any donald trump impersonation or voice before. I'm not as talented as a jimmy. Fallon all the voices but after the meaning when people ask me. What the hell was that. I saw you. You're on cnn. You're on every channel walking out of the elevator at trump tower. A million cameras and you shaken hands with. And and that's what i said. You know this andy warhol. When he said in the future everyone will be famous for fifteen minutes. I said it came true. Because i wasn't famous before that i was just you know regular guy and i wanted to shake his hand and i'm glad i did because i think he gave me the voice. The beasts thank That could never done a trump impression. And then i started telling people about the meeting and they will. They loved it. They were always saying took to do the do the voice and it's really people enjoy. It's there even a lot of trump supporters who i met in the streets of new york city who just can't help but laugh when they see me painted that way and i'm being friendly. I'm not hostile on the streets. And and they sometimes want to take a picture of me and have a less. Did he try to manhandle yet. Because i noticed when he does shake hands he he tries to do that. Thing were kind of takes control in. I heard about that. So i was aware but i know he was coming in strong. So i i had know i- firmed it up a little bit and i mean it's just a surreal experience especially with all the cameras right. There would have been thing by shook hand in new office. But i did it. It was like i blacked out went to another galaxy and then came back and i was shaking his hand. It was like a out of body spirits. Wow so in new york. Do you feel like you made any difference in new york as far as For from the. Because i talk about this all the time we with. Because of the electoral college we think our vote counts but i knew beforehand. I'm in new york. And it doesn't matter how i vote the state. The state is going to vote a certain way anyway. So my vote doesn't no matter. How voting do you think you made a difference in new york. I think so. I mean you have a good point that if i you know it was an pandemic when i was doing a lot of this campaigning and i don't have a private jet to be flying me around to different states so i make do with what i can you know in my hometown but it could have been more impactful if i went to a swing state but that being said it. There are lots of people that i met in new york who were not Voting in new york. I met people and in two summers. I did protests. Awesome belongs not twenty nineteen and twenty twenty and also i think just by having conversations with them i may have encouraged him to vote at all. You know because a lot of people said ma was vote and there. I'm saying come on. Vote for someone do it. I want you to vote. Whoever it's going to be for. I hope that you'll agree with me. But if not still just get out there and vote so i think we made a difference and really the the biggest thing you know in addition to the real engagement that i had with thousands of people doing this performance art i when i leave the secret tape to the new york times. It was on september twelfth this past year front page above the fold. The headline was in meetings with a black leaders. Trump photo ops instead of substance and then the whole thing is just quoting my tape. That was a front page article that is not spin. I mean it really just quotes what he said to black leaders And that could have influenced people's minds. So that i think was quite impactful. I'm a- i'm kind of stunned at the moment Because i consider myself a pretty active. Try to stay informed as i as i possibly can. I don't get my news. Smith serfdom mainstream media do all new york new york times to some extent but Not but i never. I didn't hear about this. And now i'm embarrassed by it but i'm also a little bit articles. Yeah yeah So be talked about voter rights. And i agree with you that it's everywhere these days But one of the things. I i heard brought up is a bad about the new the georgia law. That says you can Bring water food to people online. And somebody brought up that it's been the case in new york For a long time. Is that true. I'm not aware of that. I think it will worry about voter rights. The thing you know protecting voter rights. I think we gotta start at home. Don't we absolutely. New york has traditionally been one of the states in which is most difficult to vote. Now you know it's only on traditionally on one day and if you're working it's very difficult if you have kids that you're taking care of it's very difficult and Us they make a lot of states made it easier to vote in the pandemic because they were worried about too many people showing up at one time with the with the virus but new york did not have a good voting record so there are things that all of us can be doing to increase the voter turnout. And that's something. Even though. I no longer work with the group that martin luther king junior started I do many things in his legacy. And i know that he would want to make it easier for people to vote area. Yeah i agree. I i think mike compassion with the. I'm not sure the the difficulty of not bringing water to people online and that kind of stuff with necessarily a bigger deal towards Keeping minorities or discouraging the minority. Vote as it would be like a a rural area where You know a lot of poor minorities live and the it's not right down to black. You can't just get off on kit off line. Just run next door and grab something 'cause new york city you can get stuff you can get water get anything any two within Spits zone of every are. It's it's everywhere. Yeah i don't know about it. But i do think it's a complicated thing and I just think there there is too much of a Effort by people who want to continue to have power to Discourage vote And Really do anything they can to book. Black minority vote And it's a big problem But so what can be done on a realistic level To to combat nationwide.

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"warhol" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

02:01 min | 11 months ago

"warhol" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"And outside the large ballroom are Warhol Ruth can hold it up. 400. Both for reception setting the outdoor setting can hold about. I want to see 300 comfortably foreign out the reception and then inside. You can also hold about 300 with the mineral ballroom, the Monroe Bar and our foyer. So outside out on the lawn. We actually have a small pool that a lot of people like to utilize for photo ops for weddings and even for corporate events. A lot of corporate clients like just get out there poolside. And instead of becoming a reception in the evenings when the weather is nice, Were home room teacher, a an old school, which we've converted into a dance floor covered with sexy. It's actually it's it's reinforced of driven a car over it and test it out. And a lot of folks like to utilize that as the dance floor for your events, specifically buddies. So after national we've hosted all sorts of events room social events for the parties, weddings, corporate events. We've done huge Gallas. We host a lot of nonprofit associations, Lot of catering and events associations here in Las Vegas as well, So there's a lot of options for us to do events there. For teetering services at the mansion. We do work with a lot of pepper vendors, depending on what you're looking for. They're always going to customize your food menu options for your clients and their Fairies at mentioned before when there are specific specialty concert or gala specifically where this 21 over there are special permitting required by the city. We do have a compliance coordinator that was closing of the city that can get all those permitting, um If you'd taken care of and that way, you're not having to worry about that when you're actually working your way do that on the back and for you for audio visual needs. We do have something health equipment at the mansion like microphones and speakers for anything else. Little more extravagant. If you're hosting.

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Are We Being Forced to Buy Stocks

Money For the Rest of Us

06:27 min | 1 year ago

Are We Being Forced to Buy Stocks

"Last week in the insiders guide email newsletter I pointed out the expensive valuation of US stocks. Specifically I showed that the forward price to earnings ratio the P. E. based on earnings estimates over the next year was twenty, two point nine. That's three standard deviations above its average of sixteen times going back to two thousand, three at data from Ned Davis. Research. In reply to that email, Andrew wrote regarding stocks being expensive on a forward e true but there's no alternative. What do you do with bond yields near Zero and the vanguard total stock market? Index. Fund. Yielding two percent. By VPI, the vanguard total stock market ETF. JASA forwarded to me a paper by Bridgewater says, which I'll discuss in more detail later in this episode. I had a similar question from a plus member in the money for the rest of US plus member forums. He wrote. So the Fed signals that it wants to keep rates low for three more years. Canada's pension. Fund is reevaluating bond-holdings and you've got an army of small and large investors bidding up companies like Tesla and snowflake to absurdly hype. All this combined to make me think are we as individual investors now forced to buy equities? Is this the mother of all bubbles in which there's literally no other things suitable for purchase. There is a lot of speculation in stocks right now. Jim. Bianco Bianca Research pointed out that small traders are dominating the options market. Bear most of the trades right now and seventy five percent of that volume is an option contracts expire in two weeks. So short term bets. Look at South Korea and article from Bloomberg pointed out that day traders in South Korea have accounted for eighty seven and a half percent of the total value of stocks traded in the first part of September. You. Some men chief strategist at Samsung Securities said retail investors appear to be seeking short-term profits after hearing their next door neighbors earned lots of money from stocks after the March selloff. Receiving a similar situation in India. The Financial Times reports that the number of individual investor accounts rose twenty percent from the start of the year, the twenty, four million, and they point out that around the world, an influx of investors are investing in stocks for the first time. Are. We in a bubble? Is it a speculative frenzy? Are we forced to buy these stocks because there are no alternatives with also? One of the things I like to do investing is think about what's different this time what's unusual? What what doesn't fit the pattern? I had two instances of investing this past week where something didn't fit the pattern Lebron, I were driving up in the mountains of Montana and a small bear cub really bolted right in front of us no idea what it was running from. My son suggested he was running from the year twenty twenty. And then few days later at our front door, there were seven cows drinking water from the driveway eating our bushes. There are no cows around us. We live in an area that nobody keeps cows but there they were right in front of my house. Turns out. They had strayed from the National Forest, which is not very far some outfitters have grazing rights and drop off the cows and leave them there all summer pick them up come late October, and they had straight down because some of that newly cut barley fields, but it didn't fit the pattern. Cows at your front door. Don't fit the pattern. What's different now on investing front that could justify more expensive valuations for stocks. Well, for the first time, ever US interest rates are near zero from short term out to ten years. This is known as a flat yield curve, which is an unusual. We've had flat yield curves in the past. But it's flat near zero. There was a flat yield curve where ten treasury bonds and cash for yielding similar back from two thousand and five to two thousand seven. But yielding four percent. And from two thousand to two, thousand, two cash and tenure treasures were yielding five to six percent. Today, the ten year Treasury yield is zero point, six percent and cash is zero. The Federal Reserve intense to keep it that way. The recent policy statement suggests that they will keep their policy rate. What's known as the Fed funds rate near zero until labor market conditions have improved. The. Unemployment rate has dropped close to to to maximum employment and that inflation has risen to two percent is on track to moderately exceed two percent. They included their economic and rate projections and all, but four officials on the committee. Expect the Fed funds rate is still be near zero at the end of twenty, twenty three. Rates are low across the board. It is a different investment environment than we have ever faced before. And that's what this paper by bridgewater associates was about. It was titled Grappling With the New Reality of zero bond yields virtually everywhere. It was written by Bob Prince Greg Jensen Melissa fear, and Jim Haskell. I. Discussed Bridgewater Associates Founder Ray dallies views back in episode three, hundred changing world order in this paper bills off that. Before we continue let me pause and share some words from one of this week sponsors masterworks. I've shared on the show how low interest rates are on bonds and yields and cash about zero money has to be invested somewhere in preserving your wealth is as hard as it's ever been. That's where masterworks comes in. If you're looking to diversify out of the traditional public markets, then take a look at masterworks. They make blue chip art investing possible works by artists like Banksie, 'cause and Warhol. Art is a one point seven trillion dollar asset class that has performed better than s five hundred by one hundred and eighty percent between two thousand and two thousand eighteen according to Citibank.

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Interview With Carl Craig

Back To Back

05:48 min | 1 year ago

Interview With Carl Craig

"Is this your studio in Detroit is this like a complex you live in? Do you have a separate studio? Built a a built room in the backyard. So onto the back of the house, I had the guy who whose company who originally designed Electric Lady Land Studio else I'll add his firm did the did the design? Architecture so they did the whole. The whole space. So it's almost like another building mess right on the back of the House so We, we call it an extension, but as you know, it would be like A. Size of of maybe a small party store or something you know candy shop if it was in the building by itself nearby, right? Yeah one it's I think it's good to have a separate space mentally. Just do something that doesn't feel like you're working out of your house just a separate. You know that work life balance yes. Go is good for me because. I had a building. kind of a kind of a not you allowed like a big Detroit building, but it was you know a spacious building on its own. and. Not, definitely. Not In walking distance from from either where I was living when I when I got it or where where we live now. But. In in the sense of of you know a bigger city like New York It will probably take about forty minutes to get there. But in Detroit time, it takes about fifteen herreid. So so relatively close in comparison to. Other cities stuff and. That one was like. It was like running a boat. Because you can be in one side of the building and it's raining and you don't even know that is coming through the other side of building and we had that on on many occasions where it would just you know it would just pour through. We had damaged records. We had kinds of things and and you know the the the Detroit. I think is always to you know own a big building because. The cheap in Detroit rather still chee even though the the cost of them went up there still still very cheap. and. You get into owning a building has five floors. Floors and you can't even use a quarter of it. But you know you have this big as building. So it's like you know buying a Rolls, Royce? And maintain it right exactly, and then having to maintain it. You know. So you're. You're rolling around town in this big ass. Rolls Royce is not really necessary good roll around in a you know a a a s quarter. Something smaller. Yeah. I mean it's interesting that we're talking about spaces and creative spaces. Because I was actually just reading that your your art installation just reopened now in New York and I was reading up about you know the space that that's in for the people who don't know united in. A converted Warehouse Space and Yeah I was just thinking about like. repurposing spaces in how how reuse spaces and how that's tied into your music and Techno Music in general I think techno is a lot about Rican text to allies, ing sounds and spaces, and maybe just to start off or anybody who doesn't know what is the party after Party installation exhibit that you did. A project. which is a beacon which is. CONSIDERED UPSTATE NEW YORK In some way but I think it's called Hudson. Valley is is what it sounds so so they have this big. former box factory, and I think they used to make boxes of packaging Nabisco or or something like that so you know it's it's A. Really a gigantic again space. with multiple. Rooms. My favorite room is the Warhol Room that's got a a beautiful. A series one series of Warhol, goes all the way around the whole room though world ms probably five thousand square feet or maybe even more you know so. My piece is not directly below it but. but below it in in what's considered a basement and they usually have like Dan Flavin pieces down there light the light installations from Dan Flavin and in another part of of the basement, there is a big flavin wall this that's down there and glows neon. And My Room is A. Mighty. Twenty thousand. Square feet maybe and a lot of columns. And a lot of windows and when I first saw of course there were all these these ideas that that will come into mind you know it definitely is going to you know rave back in the nineties

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Teenagers Surfing on the Wave of the Apocalypse

Lost Notes

04:30 min | 1 year ago

Teenagers Surfing on the Wave of the Apocalypse

"And welcome to another edition of the shape of things to come. I'm bill floor and I'm Dean Miller and our guest this week artist student teachers. Start off where everything starts off with. Let's introduce ourselves. Then Dan My teachers. Yeah. Go ahead. Base I was more comfortable from the time. I was little kid with what were considered freaks than I like drag Queens I like boys, hugh tweets, their eyebrows I wanted them to put my makeup on J. I Sing I mean going to a dead boys concert with you're sitting in the front row at CBGB's and stiff baiters. Ripping out his pubic hair throwing at you. That's disgusting. But it was amazing. On wore I play drums as teenagers. We were filming gigs for the mumps we were helping the erasers build up their sets for their shows and we've been very involved and so there was kind of this organic thing that came together. You know maybe we should maybe we can do that. You know I mean maybe we can do that. By Play Guitar. Let's say you had. School. In one hand and. Being in a band and hanging out with blondie. David Bowie and the other hand and it was impossible to do both things. Boy Do you think would happen. There'd be less school-going. Joe I buy another talk. I wanted to be a rock and roller I play guitar, and I just wanted to make wild noise. Or. Unveil. muschamp coffee you would see warhol walking around with his polaroid and handing out copies into you magazine. So this is what I thought. Every teenager did it didn't occur to me that. What an unusual environment this what? We're here sort of to talk a little bit about the band place music and give people a chance to find out what the student teachers are really because I think a lot of people in New York even though I know most of the people in the band from the New York area don't know that much about student teachers. Any. Seems to be a mystery to herself and everyone. While sometimes, that's effective. I don't know. Imagine this group of teenagers in the late seventies in new. York. City. Most of them are still in high school, a couple of recently graduated. They're obsessed with bands like television and Patti Smith the Ramones Roxy Music. Most of them come from fractured family lives and find community in the club scene. But get this in the span of six months they go from not knowing how to play instruments to headlining their favorite clubs. Then opening IGGY pop getting interviewed I'm GonNa have their favorite radio stations eighty nine point one W Nyu. How do they make that happen? This Ragtag Group of best friends lived and breathed the scene. They spent all their time together by records running fan clubs. Reading. Rock magazines. They'd go to shows together and off often get mistaken for being in a band so. One day in bills living room they decide. Why not? Let's form one. Just. kind of said that everybody everybody's all play drums and I'll play guitar. Okay. You play Bass and I said, okay. Then lawyer said well, I don't know if my voice will be good enough because she was gonNA sing. So maybe you should be from female rhythm section and then we We all hated. Wouldn't bands felt like sports teams. And with David I both being gay and Philip, and then later Joe being straight boys and then, Lauren? Laurean. Laura being the female rhythm section we really love what we did visually. I think it's more important than we have a concept an idea. I A music. Actual technical ability because we knew our instruments well enough to be able to contain the idea to an extent. But you guys can make it. I mean you think you're gonNA make it after the All of us into. Your knew we weren't musicians and none of us cared but we cared about is that we were gonNA have a blast. We were going to be cool. We were GONNA be the coolest kids and we weren't going to imitate anyway.

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Teenagers Surfing on the Wave of the Apocalypse

Lost Notes

05:19 min | 1 year ago

Teenagers Surfing on the Wave of the Apocalypse

"I've been approached about the student teacher story before by people who always seem to have this moralistic agenda to tell this cautionary tale of young people who are in over their heads or taken advantage of with too much freedom and sex and drugs, and rock and roll. And I definitely want to be clear with you that I actually believe that artistic exploration and that. Freedom is worth a certain amount of existential risk and I'd rather live next door to junkies than millionaires any day. And I'm endlessly grateful. That we came of age in a place time like that. And welcome to another edition of the shape of things to come. I'm bill floor and I'm Dean Miller and our guest this week artist student teachers. Start off where everything starts off with. Let's introduce ourselves. Then Dan My teachers. Yeah. Go ahead. Base I was more comfortable from the time. I was little kid with what were considered freaks than I like drag Queens I like boys, hugh tweets, their eyebrows I wanted them to put my makeup on J. I Sing I mean going to a dead boys concert with you're sitting in the front row at CBGB's and stiff baiters. Ripping out his pubic hair throwing at you. That's disgusting. But it was amazing. On wore I play drums as teenagers. We were filming gigs for the mumps we were helping the erasers build up their sets for their shows and we've been very involved and so there was kind of this organic thing that came together. You know maybe we should maybe we can do that. You know I mean maybe we can do that. By Play Guitar. Let's say you had. School. In one hand and. Being in a band and hanging out with blondie. David Bowie and the other hand and it was impossible to do both things. Boy Do you think would happen. There'd be less school-going. Joe I buy another talk. I wanted to be a rock and roller I play guitar, and I just wanted to make wild noise. Or. Unveil. muschamp coffee you would see warhol walking around with his polaroid and handing out copies into you magazine. So this is what I thought. Every teenager did it didn't occur to me that. What an unusual environment this what? We're here sort of to talk a little bit about the band place music and give people a chance to find out what the student teachers are really because I think a lot of people in New York even though I know most of the people in the band from the New York area don't know that much about student teachers. Any. Seems to be a mystery to herself and everyone. While sometimes, that's effective. I don't know. Imagine this group of teenagers in the late seventies in new. York. City. Most of them are still in high school, a couple of recently graduated. They're obsessed with bands like television and Patti Smith the Ramones Roxy Music. Most of them come from fractured family lives and find community in the club scene. But get this in the span of six months they go from not knowing how to play instruments to headlining their favorite clubs. Then opening IGGY pop getting interviewed I'm GonNa have their favorite radio stations eighty nine point one W Nyu. How do they make that happen? This Ragtag Group of best friends lived and breathed the scene. They spent all their time together by records running fan clubs. Reading. Rock magazines. They'd go to shows together and off often get mistaken for being in a band so. One day in bills living room they decide. Why not? Let's form one. Just. kind of said that everybody everybody's all play drums and I'll play guitar. Okay. You play Bass and I said, okay. Then lawyer said well, I don't know if my voice will be good enough because she was gonNA sing. So maybe you should be from female rhythm section and then we We all hated. Wouldn't bands felt like sports teams. And with David I both being gay and Philip, and then later Joe being straight boys and then, Lauren? Laurean. Laura being the female rhythm section we really love what we did visually. I think it's more important than we have a concept an idea. I A music. Actual technical ability because we knew our instruments well enough to be able to contain the idea to an extent. But you guys can make it. I mean you think you're gonNA make it after the All of us into. Your knew we weren't musicians and none of us cared but we cared about is that we were gonNA have a blast. We were going to be cool. We were GONNA be the coolest kids and we weren't going to imitate anyway.

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Rembrandt, Miro fetch millions at Sotheby's virtual auction

Wisconsin's Morning News with Gene Mueller

00:26 sec | 1 year ago

Rembrandt, Miro fetch millions at Sotheby's virtual auction

"Collecting. A self portrait by Rembrandt has sold for a record $18.7 million at a virtual Sotheby's auction. Picassos, Giacometti's and Warhol's went for multiple millions, and someone paid 2.8 million for a Seascape trick tick by Banksy. That's almost double the top estimate. The top seller Miro's 1927 woman in a red hat it brought in almost $30 million the highest sale price in Europe so

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"warhol" Discussed on Bad To The Dad

Bad To The Dad

05:00 min | 1 year ago

"warhol" Discussed on Bad To The Dad

"Are bad to the dad with coach. Really and Adam de what a thank our guests. Brian also note as buoy. Mcclure say we love Bush. He's like our new brother now. Bowie the brother to keychain guests. You don't give it gets like that. One man remember the key chain opens doors opens bottles which we did a few tonight silly and opens hearts and minds and it might open a few art galleries to a couple of what a what a great cast. The old out of d you know find interesting people and sometimes they find you. What a sweetheart of a guy. Yeah Great Guy Okay and I wish the listeners could be here to see the art here into the Arctic. They would even believe it. If they could see that was asking questions. I mean there's there's bosoms there are there other pictures of Va. Jj but how many how many old pieces of art or how? Many of the most famous pieces of art cures to that. What it was like to draw think and I didn't know that you and you're you're the five year old. Dad took the art gallery. And Say I want to introduce you to art? And all you see is nipple. Data's trying to exceed education and beyond the playboy party. Now it was he was. He was an artist. He is that guy and creative writer two or a little bit about some of the creative writing that he does. After the Mike's went off we were just Hanging out and shooting the you know. What a fantastic start buoy in. But we thanks. So much of bully booster BOURSIN BOOM MIC bourse. Billy matures again. Abortion is the at McClure sin. Is the Graham handle coach? I gotTa tell you. People are starting to notice us. The okay slept me over some of the stuff that we went through we had. We didn't have occurred. Had some beer. So yeah I think that you know you looking at at paintings of a boobs. Boom is is really. What's giving you the giggles right with the alcohol? No no did have some giggles because I was curious to know what it's like to boobs and I don't think I was satisfied with the response. No you didn't get your question. I get it but I understand from artists. Now we're hoping for something a little bit more adolescent. Yeah so he was coming at it like a his own. That is what he should be. So when I was about to say is people are starting to take notice. Yeah you showed me some data on the number of downs amazing. We've crossed the twelve thousand download seven hundred a week. So we're real now. I'm not saying this to blow smoke and I think sometimes when you feel the curtain behind who Marley's absolutely it'll help you sleep well at does does it keeps the vampires. Okay you have that problem in your neighborhood. Well sometimes you never know so coach. A lot of people have been asking us. They've been reaching saying. Hey I'm thinking about doing a podcast or something like that. Can you walk me through? What you're an expert podcast hard. That's the funny thing is that we've only been at this for a little weather year. Yes so now. You're the expert. Yeah we're about forty four episodes episodes but a little over a year but I think we are inspiring people this love that. I think they see that. Hey you know these guys are doing it. I don't allow Spurs like those clouds could do. I could easily do it but thinking about where we started the end of January of two thousand nine hundred eighty back again God fifty three weeks ago and those you know the next few weeks we were just trying to build. Are we know we were begging people? We didn't have the data we didn't have bone Daddy. We know what we didn't have keychains. No we didn't do not have keychains. I think we turned. The tipping point was keychain years during the key I think that was the tipping the magic moment for us. People love the kitchen guest of the kitchen. It's like a special medallion in a special. They know it serves multiple purposes. It holds keys. Ed opens bottles opens bottles and has bone Daddy. It has to be the most brilliant graphic design I ever forget about. Yes bone died after that talked about. Let's talk about yes you do. Yes you do like boobs which Indra trying to take us out here because he dropped a few ball he. He's a real a real guy that was. That was good with that. You know what I mean. He was just using the same language. You kids around the dinner tears. That's all yes so algebris. Okay we are bad to the DAD. Dads have a great week..

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"warhol" Discussed on Bad To The Dad

Bad To The Dad

02:32 min | 1 year ago

"warhol" Discussed on Bad To The Dad

"I got to spend with them this week. Aden's playing the drums. He's taking drum. Lessons is getting better. We have to drum pads. I was playing some drumming with him. Drudge you're the genesis come back together other really feel college all right really. I I liked. I liked the Peter Gabriel version. I thought that was real true. Progressive Rock Phil Collins. Is the drummer due to all right? I didn't know that sorry. Okay No. That's okay sour. Note so please visit. Then you know you're talking about bree with her toe injury Superior just finished a very aggressive basketball season so she had a tough. She was diagnosed with a severe case of tendinitis in her knees. She's going to do Rehab. So we're just trying to provide as much comfort as possible and the thing. I'M GONNA MISS. His taking her to the courts to work on game because she's GonNa be. She cannot play down and out for this. So we're going to keep her spirits high with other things remember. What's the best thing you say to her? After the game and practice not from you coach. Love watching you play so. He got his watching player. So like I said. I'm about to travel again. And this is corona virus thing going around offing. It's very small getting a little scary scary and I work in healthcare. So we're talking about contingency plans. We work with nurses nurses are going into people's hands. You don't know what they're exposed to and like. This is the first time I'm going to be in an airport on an airplane. Since the corona virus became like to wear a mask I might do like the full body. Suit THE LITTLE LITTLE BUBBLE. Ram. We're the full body condom but there was an article in the New York Times about. Hey if you do have to travel by plane. Here's how to take precaution. Okay they say. Don't touch St. the trade that goes in the upright position. Bottom of the tray is disgusting. Trach it don't put your hands on the on the arm. Rest all right. Those are disgusting. Lopez don't touch the TRAE Kotecki armrest so basically the only safe place on. The plane is the overhead compartment. So I'M GONNA have to cram myself in the overhead compartment so none exposed any bill and I know you know he hands. Put THEM DOWN. Your pants. That you think is the safest place I would guarantee that would be the safest place for you and I know you're speaking from experience. I have plenty experience. Bad to the dead..

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"warhol" Discussed on Bad To The Dad

Bad To The Dad

10:51 min | 1 year ago

"warhol" Discussed on Bad To The Dad

"But honey it's art. We are bad to the DAD. We are the podcast that celebrates suburban dad life along with coach Randy. My name is Adam de and we thank you the listener for sticking with us. This is our sixth episode of season. Three we are calling it. Daddy Warhol why are we calling a daddy warhol coach? Randy my friend. That's a good question has anything to do with art. Ona's everything to do with art everything to do with everything to do with art because it has everything to do with our guest. Whose name is Brian Connery. Who goes by the stage name or Gnome to art? Yes Buoy mcmorris buoy MiG bourse. He's GonNa explain it all when he comes here. He signs all of his Art Buoy. Mcpherson jazz mature. That's the name he uses when he is his art when he signs his name on the art. That's what he's going with. And we're sticking to it and that's all it is right. I think you're gonNA find him to be a very fascinating. What you find these guests. It's incredible these. Are The people in your neighborhood neighborhood? My neighborhood and your name. Oh who are the beep in your neighborhood well buoy we McPherson is. They're the people that you meet in your neighborhood when you're walking down the story. Now this is we're going to do all the lyrics can help it. It was just very reminiscent and buoy. It sounds like a sesame street. Sounds like I'm up. But he's not a he's a he's an artist and dad as a very loving DADS. So we're going to learn a little bit about the art. We're going to learn a little bit about what he does with his with his wonderful family soon. Daddy Warhol Yeah. That's what we've got going on here. Is You know what else we have what we have. We have sponsor yes. We do our good friend. She's an artiste in her own right. And all right becky. Burma Nikki Berman. Berman DOT COM. You want graphic design. She got you got it. You want website. Scott you want any kind of digital or offline marketing got it. That's Becky Berman. GotTa go there. Give a shout. Why haven't she's GonNa there before I have I have? Oh you're not talking to me and I'm talking to our listeners. Now Berman C S DOT COM amazing. And of course we have media partners happened to dot net news network. And we WanNa Thank Jessica and Danielle. We're GONNA have them as well as the CEO of tap into dot net. Somewhere down the line you go on tap into dot net you go to the drop down you look for your town and you're you're gonNA find local news. It's relevant news associates so simple. It is news for the people by the people in your neighborhood and they say now. That's going to be singing along. I in my head day long Mr snuffle up how we'll see an elephant but nobody saw him resolve except for big bird. Puzzling is very frustrating. She wonder what was going on with big bird. He's been tipping rally. It was a big bird has nothing to do with anything. We do the social media thing because I feel like you have to endure social media thing. We have instagram. Our handle is bad to the DAD. Yes we've got facebook forward slash bed to the DAD and our website is bad to the dad dot com where you can see not only pictures of US Chilin with Buoy Mabuza to update that stuff. It's a get on it man on top of the brother first of all thanks for great Great Social Media Post You do a great job with all of our we have. Our President are finished in our facebook. Keep it up. I'm not. I'm not crossing the line to tick Tock Although I think maybe the time to talk about of the dead could be the next INSTA- it could be. People have been asking us. We're going to get the mail bag back. People have been asking us. When are you going to do a facebook live at Youtube? And would you tell them? I said why why why would take off on the because you'd see as a couple of days and that's a great idea and I turn and walk away. It just takes the mystery out with like really thought. The dead was Muslim Linda. Roaming the there was this exotic place at bone died. Just two guys sitting on a green cow. We have a pet BOA constrictor hanging from a branch which way the mystery at. Yeah it was just an extra special guest your dream guest. Is Jim Breuer Bro? Yeah J. Jim- here. We'll we'll do. Video will scramble to Youtube the whole thing so speaking of questions people ask questions mazing. They can email us right. Contact us at the Dad. It's great people are actually emailed amazing. Lis- just WanNa let you know. We got to two miles to email all right. We got nothing last week but two more. Check it out so folks please contact us at Batu. That here goes. This is Kinda funny. You know this last week we had My kid there who's now no longer kid. He's an adult. He's adapted Jordan captured. Cap'n rights social. Commercial litigator MERCIA litigator. Who IS Maybe feel old says dear coach. Randy Adamjee that would be the toe. He's addressing us. Yeah this is not a question okay. but a comment and thanks. Oh all right okay. Thanks for having a professional down the show when you had Jordan Kaplan on your most recent episode right. Here's this I'm a young dead to yeah and it's good to see new dad balancing life and being successful. Hi this is a great yours in Badness Pete. I liked that I love that that exit. Absolutely thank you all I can say is. You're welcome. You're welcome. What else love free. Praise that was thanking us for having Jordan and I didn't know we had dad's it's nice to know all kinds of debt. We have MOMS to be to have some months. The moms are listening to advice to get it back to back and say you know what I heard when I heard on the. That's who was that from. Pete's all right Pete. Thank you what this next one is going to get. I don't know I don't understand the name but This next this next email is again. Hey coach Randy Andy which is to you and me you and may it says that the key chain slash bottle opener you keep talking about sounds amazing it is it is right to things opens bottles. Yes endorsed people keys. Absolutely I would open doors bottles of mines Someone's listening absolutely. How can I pick what up? Thanks BIBS NIBS I've never. I've never had never met anybody. Nibs I would need a frame. I would love them. It's not like Ned and it was spelled wrong. It could be but I really based on hymns. Yes yes well thank you. That's not an unfortunate thing. It's probably an inappropriate nickname. Lissette NABS levels would ever could be first of all. Thank you for listening. It could be it. Could BE MOM. Be Who knows. That's also true nibs. Yeah okay. Maybe it's short for something with a Lotta syllables in it. I don't want to just keep talking about this guy's name but but see here. I'm torn because we know the guys listening. Yes because he referenced. Opening the bottle hearts and minds. And that's what we say all the time absolutely. But if you've been listening to you know that if you WANNA keychain you send three dollars to to us just have to email us you as you have and how we can get it to you. Send US three bucks. We'll do a van Mo and just know that that three dollars will go to a charity. Charity let us nips. Oh I think it's your them. Yeah I think it's nips were you can call a guy wrote nibs zips. That was bill bank. Thank you to pita nibs coach. Tell me about your your week from runs dead at instant. How'd you do? Listen another Big Time it's we have four kids. Anything can happen although this week. Yeah if you call my youngest. Bree had this big toe surgery not on her. Big Big surgery was paid. The surgery is big and she calls it her pointer to- that's the second consecutive digit. Yeah and the big toe is often called the thumped by kids. Yes but I'm too and the hard part was the surgery. Was you know a week and a half ago two weeks ago now and we were told the biopsy. They took out the sell this tumor out of her toe and they send biopsies Tomar Tomer. That's very funny. I just came up with that on your own by myself. Yes That would find out the week We didn't find out within a week It was eight day nine and ten and again recalling our our guest Gregg Feick Who really went through some serious challenge with his own daughter With leukemia my Jackson. I kept freaking out because you just just tell us. Just tell us tell us. The doctor was nice listening. We went on for additional for additional test. Oh and you're like well nervous here. You're like what do you mean additional testing? Yeah Long Story Short. We found out Couple of days ago no cancer. It's just some kind of Tosic. Mass Tosa some kind of. Here's that toasted toast right so that it was benign and there is now a cancer. I was I was looking yes. So we're very excited and She's a true per she's got Some some stitches which will fall out but As a parent that was pretty that was pretty scrapes. As far as I'm concerned five. Dads for five runs. That was good. Yeah I I that lousy this week because I was traveling again. It was at a conference in. Dc The talk about the the ride home and just a bit and then I'm about to embark on another business trip doing some facilitation of Leadership Training and some strategic planning meetings which is Great. That's that's my briar patch. Happy Place but you know it keeps me away from the home and they're they're long trip so unfortunately I was away from the kids but You know when I came back from. Dc first of all. I took the ACELA faster. So it's supposed to be really sad. It's supposed to be right supposed to be now. It does get you from DC to Newark New Jersey in about two and a half hours a couple of stops. I thought I would feel the rush and the throttle of a bullet train like in Japan. Ed I'm sitting next to a buddy of mine who I took the Trivia and I find myself like a kid rocking back and forth trying to make the thing move faster as feels like a regular trains is too regular employment. But it's still got me to see the kids. Yes and with little time..

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The Woman Who Shot Andy Warhol

Hostage

03:44 min | 1 year ago

The Woman Who Shot Andy Warhol

"Our first clip is from podcast original female criminals covering the attempted murder of one of the most well known American artists of the twentieth century. Andy Warhol writer in Radical Feminist Valerie solanas befriended warhol in nineteen sixty seven through the New York Avant Garde art scene. He showed an interest in producing one of her plays titled Up Your Ass at invited her into his inner circle of artists and influencers influencers at the factory but in nineteen sixty eight. The pair had a falling out. Valerie became convinced that Warhol was trying to steal her ideas and pass them off as his own in paranoia fueled rage. She confronted Warhol in his studio armed with a thirty two caliber revolver it. She pulled out her gun aimed at Warhol's back while he was on the phone and fired before Anyone could stop her when the first shot went off no one in the studio realized what was happening Amaya. Yeah thought sniper had fired through the window. He threw himself on the ground Hughes on the other hand thought. The sound was an explosion from the offices of the Communist leanest party located two floors above them. More Hall was the only one who realized what was happening. Though her first shot had missed missed him he turned the sound and when he saw Valerie was holding a smoking gun he yelled Valerie. Don't do it no no. Oh but his words couldn't deter her Valerie wasn't discovered marksman her second shot also missed however over the third bullet struck Warhol in the abdomen hitting his left lung spleen stomach liver and sopha guess before exiting his back he collapsed to the ground. At which point Valerie turned to a Maya. He was the only bystander who hadn't taken cover making him a perfect target for Valerie. She fired twice more one shot hit but miraculously passed through Maya without damaging any organs Valerie then approached Hughes pointing the gun directly directly at him. He begged for his life but Valerie told him simply. I have to shoot you. She aimed the gun at his chest at such a close range. It was impossible for her to miss. But fate intervened the gun jammed and as has she tried to get it working again. The elevator doors opened Hughes realizing that Valerie was distracted and agitated told her to just take the elevator and leave. Valerie did exactly that Morrissey and Hughes immediately called nine nine one one. When the paramedics arrived and saw the blood they believed that Warhol was already dead no one could have survived the injuries he'd sustained Amaya had to convince them? That warhol was still breathing and that he needed immediate medical treatment. Finally the first first responders loaded warhol into their ambulance at the hospital. His heart stopped at four fifty one PM. The doctors doctors declared him legally dead but they were able to resuscitate him by massaging his heart and rushed him into emergency

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"warhol" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

AM 1590 WCGO

05:01 min | 1 year ago

"warhol" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

"Warhol a lights out of me I'm gonna end up finding my basement one day and we're going to think it's a heart attack really it's because they touch the water heater and some highly advanced scientific advice Robbie yes the gas fired water heater yes calculate your kid to buy gas see listen to a Saturday mornings at seven on geo cool for moms you nation with JT so file real life okay now from the studios in for everybody wants our commander Chris coming to you from our beautiful turn it don't burn it studios in Portland Oregon you know Christmas I hate to say it is just a few days away it really is and I'm just wondering if you're ready I'm wondering if you've made your meal selections hi I because I'm pretty sure yeah we got all your shopping day but we're not gonna be talking about shopping today we're gonna be talking about preparing the main course of your Christmas dinner with our dear friend meathead Goldwyn from amazing words that calm so he's gonna be with us in just a second gold Christmas music for you today of course made my friend how are you all I'm ready I I am designated beef man for Christmas dinner so that have been for years he is he did is usually a one my wife's nieces homes nearby and young people the and a big crowd so I I'm the one who gets stuck with the the tab on the beef and it's my pleasure I love yeah I I know that deal to very well because you know when you get labeled the cowboys could you actually represent a beef company they all expect that when they come to your house for dinner you know yeah it's like yeah I'm not I I just ordered about we are both for the B. for Christmas Eve or Christmas day you had so I should be fine so let's talk about that we talked about it before but I always think it's worth repeating prime rib he is not an actual definition of a piece of meat if you've got a rib roast and the grading system and the quality prime choice or select utilitarian whatever you wanna call it also and I think people get fooled about that I mean it's been very well covered over the years and all the food magazines and guys like you and me talking about it but every once in awhile somebody still says you know I went to the store Christmas and I bought a prime rib in it wasn't very good it was tough well they never read the label are they got sold a bill of goods your thoughts yeah it is confusing and I need has been written about but you're right a lot of people don't know what I mean they look at you know that's one of the reasons you when I make a living is because people don't know a lot about food we get to have each other but the big suit me that are cut off of this here are on are often called finals and the prime rib he is the way it looks final well I'm a spear and it is what it is is is in its the the state save big long slender muscle that runs along the spine and you've got one two folks right along your spine you can see if you can feel it his long tubular muscle that runs from your shoulder blades yeah and that's the Longines the Missouri side and the and the spears have it also and it lies right next to the spine and right below it are the ribs and the same thing honesty here so the real primal are the one seven bones star just below the shoulder down seven bones back and yeah you can run anywhere from twelve fourteen sixteen depending on the size of the spear twelve fourteen sixteen eighteen pounds of meat and bone and fat and it is probably the best me honesty here and in fact it's.

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An Interview With Jared Harris of 'Chernobyl'

Popcorn with Peter Travers

15:28 min | 2 years ago

An Interview With Jared Harris of 'Chernobyl'

"My guest is jared harris emmy nominee for <unk> noble and we're here to celebrate that and the success of this series which like i was saying to you before how did it happen. How did people get so interested that they told their friends about. It and i'm going to watch five hours about a nuclear disaster. Yeah they will sounds a good way to spend a sunday evening sure how much much yeah word of mouth there's no substitute for word of mouth. Is there <hes> <hes> on on that sort of a reaches. After parliament upon the critical mass of people saying this shows great. You've really got to check it out. You didn't need that. What was the thing that well. I grew up in this subject before i said yes. Yes well. You know actually they had made h._b._o. You know they say okay yeah. They said h._b._o.'s doing this. Series is about noble and i remember i remember the invent myself <hes> sending you the first full of episodes. It's on i twenty pages into it. I was gripped and <hes> craig's did an amazing job and i was absolutely i'm on board. <hes> i'm and and the experience of reading it was very much similar to watching it and that you you have fascinated. It was gripping. It was surprising there was a lot of information mation that you want to wear over at the time and i remember i was alive at the time and i remember it being reported in the news <hes> i was deeply moved by the sacrifice and the heroism of the people people involved <hes> and <hes> there's a lot of very clever aspects to it. If you think about it i mean creek now. He's a he has a very successful podcast. We talks talks about screenwriting me. He is knowledge of of the different genres tobacco unite not first episode. He's constructed it so much like a sort of horror story oy and then episodes two and three <hes> the political thriller and four is a war movie and five zero courtroom drama <hes> <hes> yeah that's that's right and it was shifting the whole time so you never quite knew what to expect. Why are people now going to noble peyton what what because i know the world topsy turvy in many in many ways but really well. It's also taking south-southeast in that not even half off dressed. They've been hanging out there doing that too. When you wouldn't go to you wouldn't go to go down to the world trade center and do that. Let's hope is deeply deeply country insensitive we all knew about it know about it but without really knowing that that was one of the things i really admired about his the way that he decided cray decided to tell the story because it was momentum exactly that and he starts with the the explosion. He doesn't spend the first hour developing relationships that you see these little seventeen disaster films where you have to know everything that's going on. Someone's gonna australian marriage major whatever these things this thing started buying with it right right at the top and and he followed that momentum of the story that was the propulsion policy of that so yeah. I really admired the way that he he came out. This <hes> the construction of the story telling the story when this this show is this acclaimed when you get this emmy nomination. What's it mean to you. What does the whole award thing. I mean i mean obviously yeah well. There's i experienced. Well your head do you in <hes>. Do you get any ballot dacian out of it. I mean i'm really thrilled that it got so many nominated nineteen was incredible and for a one off show a limited series to get recognized across the board almost every single department that was really exciting. I was obviously obviously excited for myself as well and you know. The truth is as well. It's a it's a sort of momentum for from a career point of view genital mean that yeah so obviously becomes important from that side as well <hes>. I'm thrilled to being the minorities. I mean i mean we all. I've seen you in so many things where i would say yeah ill. He must one for that. You you know and we all look at performance that way and we say that was terrific and we remember do we remember in the end three years from now who actually one it. You know i was nominated for them. He was before for madman and i think study of forty minutes. After i lost i was in at the bar and someone congratulated me winning so yeah i mean and you could just be silent and try and correct to komo who won you just ran. I wonder what he was wonderful yeah he he was. I mean that's the thing about it is when you when you got when you got that far everyone you it becomes like saying you know this year. Purple was the best call a ah. I mean they're all brilliant. Performances and they're also brilliant. Performances nine didn't get a look in you know so those two. Emmy nominations were for guys who hang hang themselves right. I don't know what that is. Do you go through scripts now. Where's the handling only uh see because what was going to happen off. This is probably every script that needs a sort of russian scientists. I would be saying now. You've just now how you vote up another guy jared palmer. Let let's do it. You nuke you grew up around this. You know your father and your mother in this business. You know your brothers are based in yes. It was like no escape or no. We were two zero anything else. Did you even consider it. I thought because i'm the the middle child so i was always you have to fight your corner as the middle child so i was very argumentative so they thought that i'd be lawyer. <hes> something like that the way that families decide they start assigning roles to the children and i didn't really light the role that that was headed my way that i so i came to america i went to university. How did the family take you going real because i was the first member of the harris family. They've gone to college on my father's side yeah. Why am i they were they. They were throat and what was this 'cause every time somebody's on who's gone through the british british school system i i had my own version of it but there's always some kind of discipline that goes on in those school. Yes you have one of those schools. They basically tortured you off. Favorite movies were prisoner woman. We we as the media like calling yeah. We would watch them. It'd be decide which one of the german guards with the teachers and we decide who we were in the story. I sti i was part of an escape committee at the school and planned an escape blaze and you made it to north carolina. I got out late but you also since your data's richard harassed. He's at home. What is he teaching teaching you. He's saying to you yeah because he stole larger than life absolutely from this sporting life when i first saw him to dumbledore he was huge. I mean you never you never properly got the sense of his personality on screen because he always had to head to dampen it down for for the camera and the size of his personality the strength of his person ninety you needed to see him on stage to get that because he would fill the whole space and he enjoyed being himself really really enjoyed it and i'm you know i'd be at restaurants and he'd start turning a story and then he'd start. This person over here is eavesdropping so he'd movies is chad so that he's you to acknowledge that person's watching and then he'd see that person is so he pushes chat for the bikes. I'm by the end of the story. The whole restaurants listening hits the punchline and they will applaud and he'd he'd love there. I mean so what are you dealing as this child child. I was very shy really didn't think that i was going to be an actor. I i went to duke and i didn't really have a plan. I remember member you go through that thing called orientation week you arrive that week eilly before the school gates they will the freshman that it's a giant campus and they tried to orientate orientate used where the campuses classrooms are whether it's derogatory is the food hold and everything and then each night they would have a mix away have a keg beer in a pizzas and i remember it was it was sunday and i realized god. I'm back in school monday. I'm back in school. I've been in school since i was seven boarding school since i was seven and i thought well i've sort of pot one of the plan. What is i've gotten out of. I've gotten away from high on. I got to the states but i can quite considered the consequence. Which is i'm back in school. I i thought i couldn't figure out what why am. I done this to myself because i could have been out committed yeah because my elder brother was seventeen boom and he was out no more school and <hes> an isis flyer on the table and it said it was a free keg of beer bryanston theater and <hes> there was a mix of there and i thought oh i'll just i just go there and i'm not gonna think about embarking class tomorrow and i went there and i. I obviously must have been curious about what my father did. I must have been but i really did not think that i was going to have a career as an actor or anything like that. I just i was really very very shy. You know and in america at college no one knew anything about me and i could just it just discover my my myself my personality my own interest and i'm very quickly. I went i start i auditioned and i love the community and i love the the camry of theater. I liked the idea you have your very intense goal very intense relationships to try and get this thing on put put it in front of people and i love the adrenaline of it. I love the learning partner bandit because you study the plane. Then you have to study all the early still they'll do by your face and by looking still there but i i remember seeing you an early movie. Did sometimes you say. How do you cast instance something. How does it happen where you played andy warhol. Oh yeah so. That's what i'm looking at. You've just described how you were growing up what you've studied bodied how you did it in hollywood they say why don't you play andy warhol. Well i mean initially. I went into into met to meet mary harron for that. I mean i i i saw it as an opportunity and it was i. I'm mary and said look. I'll toss me to come back in three days time. I give me give me a couple of weeks. You'll have an the idea of how close i can get the part and so i went off and i did a little research and i came back in and i well came in and character from right from the off walking into the office. I also thought to myself. Andy would never put himself in this position he way he was under this much pressure. He tried flip on somebody else so i bought a video camera and i made a video tape of then would issuing me so that they would feel self conscious <hes> but but you know talking talking about dramas about college when that movie came out here in new york my first acting teacher and director had moved to the new york and <hes> taken a different job and i said come to the premier with me. You know it'd be great you and my first acting teacher. It'll be really good so we we we do the red carpet and we're working our way up the red carpet and somebody else says he was your first director first teacher. You must be so proud. Here area's name up in lights and the premier new york city because yes. I'm very proud so you must have all those years ago. You must have seen something special in him. He said no i didn't is there anything special in doing english play or he does someone to keep an eye on the accents for me truly spiring. Ah love so good. I mean i just think when i think you're impossible to typecast. I just don't think it has tried i to make even a lot of actual people. You've done john lennon. E put uses as grant in lincoln <hes> you are. You've just do this to noble right up to that. Do you take those people home with you i in there. I remember i mean whilst you're doing it they they they stay within once you've finished. Actually the hardest thing is to prepare a role that you don't get to do because that guy not person rumbles around inside you because he never got to do it. Yeah i remember symbol that when i was doing warhol on doing the research now everything i would have very gossipy conversations with my mother on the fine which i didn't have often i sort of regretted not i don't know what it was with her but he was a huge gossip and he'd sit and chat to people on the phone and get them to tally everything about what they did that day and <hes> <hes> anti brought out your mom. This is a good thing yeah well <hes> i- <music>. I'm fascinated by s gone and would love to go back to that character into that story. I was deeply impressed by <hes> how misunderstood <hes> he he is also that his story is and and and his reputation is so at odds with with with what he did. You play too many characters that died so you're you're kind of destroyed for

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"warhol" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"warhol" Discussed on KGO 810

"Sponsored by SF moma don't miss the first Andy Warhol retrospective in decades now on view at SF moma this riveting exhibition covers forty years of his career and three floors of the museum SF moma is open until nine PM every Thursday and Saturday this summer get your tickets at SF moma dot org mild one today is the marine layer burns to the coast Heysel range from a low sixties of the beaches mid seventies by the bay upper eighties in land and this trend will be with us through the fourth of July we will warm enough though for the holiday weekend I am but Burkhart islanders in the Caribbean like to say that if you don't like the weather wait ten minutes hi I'm Rick Adelman and that's great advice for the stock market too it's easy to get upset when the market falls but what we have to remember is that this too shall pass well that's easy to say but sometimes it can feel hard to do so in times like these when stock prices are swinging wildly one day to the next making you worry that your financial future might be at risk here's the advice you need don't feel that you have to go it alone I invite you to talk with one of my experience financial planners at Adleman financial engines let's take a look at your investments and see if they're doing what you need and expect will either reassure you that you're doing what you should be doing or we'll give you recommendations to help you get the peace of mind you need so you can well wait for the sun to shine once again call us a triple a to plan wreck that's triple eight plan Rick or visit us at Rick Adelman dot com that's rice dolman dot com your San.

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"warhol" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

10:50 min | 2 years ago

"warhol" Discussed on KQED Radio

"It's also one of the most iconic of Warhol's paintings. I don't be done in his maybe wanna say something done, actually, you say about this. I also wanted to add here that you later on. You see work that looks at drag queens, and transgender identity and so forth, you well, I mean, I think that if you start to look at Marilyn Monroe, you know, you could see her at a variety of different ways. And I think this is where the complexity of Warhol is so extrordinary, you know, because it really depends looking at it, and this. Where he has a coded language that, you know, if you're a gay man, you're gonna get in some way. And if you're a straight woman, you could also see, you know, Elvis as this great love interest. So I think this is really where the fifties, very important to see because it's more hidden when you get into the sixties and the other thing about the most wanted men still mazes me is that it appeared on the facade of the New York state pavilion, at the world's fair. And the reason it was taken down. I think the homoerotic aspect was missed. It was really Rockefeller, who was very he was worried he was running for reelection and number of the accused were of Italy American heritage. And he was afraid of losing his constituents. And so that was the principal reason. And of course, Warhol than said, I'll put up a giant portrait of Robert Moses, which the fare didn't want either. But it's such a public thing I still think it's so radical to think of that work in nineteen sixty four on the world. I can't think of anything that comes close to it. So he was outrageous war, and it was so willing to sort of test the limits of what was seen as proper or conventional. And I think that's throughout, whether it's using the silkscreen, whether it's the oxidation paintings, which were made by having people urinate on a on a on a copper ground. He is pushing the envelope all the time, and yet he always looks like this shy retiring man, who says kit from nothing exactly exactly little working class from Pittsburgh. I wanted to our caller, a lot of people want to join us. But I have to ask you because. Producer Tina lover walked away talking about. We both talking about that series of photographs. He took an photograph book with a lot of quarters in his pocket. That story either one of you, that's the portrait of Ethel scull. So Ethel scull and her husband were great collectors in the nineteen sixties. And she wanted commission Warhol to do her portrait, and they went to the factory. And I think she thought it would be a conventional ship photo shoot. But instead, he took her down to Times Square with a lot of quarters fed them into the photo booth. And you know she really performs for the camera. And when you see this painting, which is, you know, her image and multiple poses over a series of modular. A rectangular canvases in different colors. I mean, it really does have the sense of first selfie. And it's really one of the great works. It's actually she, she gifted it to the Whitney and met co-owned by both institutions, and it's just, you know something where Phil mic cinematic and it's just the most incredible. And in a way, very straightforward. This is the thing about war. He does things that if you scratch your head he would say, well, what a great idea what I think of it. Of course, we didn't think of it, and I think people will really enjoy seeing that work figuring out thinking about let me read a comment callers from Robert didn't Warhol, simply rebrand, existing photographic images. For example, Brando and Marilyn Monroe as his own. Is he not a greater marketer, like Jeff Koons than an artist? Please discuss why we should consider as work historically exception. What we've been doing that? I think this whole segment hair, but what about that idea that, you know, he was just in fact, I think I was telling you, both when we're going taking me through maintain that I had recent a recent opportunity to interview and Tibo for the California academy of the arts, and he comes from very commercial background. I mainly dry goofy and Mickey Mouse for Walt Disney. There seems to be often an attitude that if somebody comes out of that background, somehow they're not as sacred or they're not as deserving our veneration. As artists Michael, I would say about that. You know, most people know were whole from reproduction, and there hasn't been partic- so much of the work directly. And that's why we wanted to do this kind of exhibition because WorL is I call him a formalist he made lots and lots and lots of decisions about how he was going to make painting how an image was going to be presented. So how it was formatted, how cropped the, the way it was the colors, the inks and once you see the works themselves, you see how much decision making went into them, and that he was actually very precise, and very disciplined about the making of these works of art. I think he was a genius. And I'll say that very publicly and without even slight. In addition, here's Juanita's our first caller, you're on the air. I'm calling to find out your opinion of, of a great pop artist by the name of Carita head to contemporary and million with her work as I went to school. It was. And just wanted to know I think she was aware of Warhol. With her. Nobody your what are your kids? I don't know that he I can't say for certain that he was aware of her. But I think our work is extraordinarily and powerful and has that freshness and capacity to communicate. So I'm really glad that you've brought her up because I think they're just many fans and there's a lot of artists actually who are also big fans of her work. And thank you, Anita. Let me go right to another caller. That's Louis Louis you're on the air. Good morning. Michael and gap. You bet. Awards several years stack. And I'm recalling a work called Jack and Jackie which if I'm not mistaken, within black and white, and I, I was not aware before seeing that exhibited Andy work in black and white. And I'm wondering in your guests comment on that he often. Yeah. There are number of things that are done in black and white. You know, it's interesting, the color, of course, the black overlay that you see in Warhol's, work ink is always black, and then the colors are underneath. It's interesting, you bring that up because you'll see in the celebrity portrait's there are a number of artists. Michael Heiser, the great artists who worked in the land, and we also had in New York's several others. There's a portrait of Keith haring we're hall. It's interesting that number of the artists, he chose to portray or he did in black and white. Which, of course, has a graphic quality to it. And so, I think that's an interesting. Observation on your on your part, and I thank you for the call. I want to say something because many of our listeners, very political minded, and there's a lot to glean from this exhibit there. There's actually a painting of Richard Nixon, and it says vote for McGovern on, but there's also you know, from the civil rights movement, their stuff there from whether case assoiation from news. Really, I mean he was eager absorb tabloids, and he used that in his work as well. But also just going into current events and making them palpable in his art. Here's another caller, David. That's you. Good morning. Yeah. Good morning guys. Just had a couple of observations one, somebody who's not an art expert. I just love the way he would take these iconic images. You know, the Campbell Soup can these various commercial things that I think are super interesting. And how you know, he just looked at the world trade different lengths. I think that's incredible. Secondly, I just wanna comment my brother. I was a gay man who died of aids. And I think Warhol's icon, ecstatic as this gay liberation leader had a huge impact on my brother's life. And I just be interested in you got on on those two point. Thank you so much for taking my call. Thank you. Well, let me maybe the last the last point Warhol has been a, you know, that he, he was he did not cover up being gay, and that he was, you know, it was any celebrated gay a lot of gay imagery gay content, and so on and. And I think he is admired as a pioneer. There have been many other artists who were gay, who were much much, much more hidden about that part of their identity. So stonewall and his work. For example. Yes, he again, he celebrated these drag queens, and transgender people, and did these glorious portraits of them. And one of them is Marsha p Johnson. Johnson Marshall Johnson, who was one of the leaders of the stonewall rebellion in the bar. And then she also is one of the first people to become very involved in gay activism, in New York in the seventies, people are asking questions about the right age for an audience for the exhibit someone says, I have a ten year old who is introduced the artists last year and third grade would love to bring her to see the exhibit with exhibited information, be age appropriate for an upper elementary school audience. Teresa, another listener says, what would you say about Warhol to someone knows nothing about him? I'm taking my twelve year old to s. Moment next week. So two questions kind of connected age appropriate and I will say that, you know, at the Whitney, I cannot tell you the number of school groups that we had come and I loved going through the galleries and watching them draw frankly sit in front of the of the Campbell Soup can and make their own drawings. And I think that the color of war world colors and the immediacy of his images is just draws people in of any age. I do think there's something for everyone in Warhol. And I think that I think it was an incredible generosity and Warhol because I, I mean, clearly there different levels of meaning that one can glean deeper that you look, some of them, obviously dealing with heavy things about everyday life, and life and death. But I also think that there was this celebration of the every day that Warhol wanted people to enter into at no matter what age, we're talking with Donna. Salvo deputy director for international initiatives, and senior curator at the Whitney museum of American art, and Gary Garo senior curator of painting and sculpture does have moment. Exhibit Andy Warhol from eight to be back again runs from Sunday through September second..

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"warhol" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:06 min | 2 years ago

"warhol" 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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"warhol" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

04:20 min | 2 years ago

"warhol" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"Funny, drives that come to you. Great. It's funny. Little sorry. Stepdown Colin back it up. Run during the Oscars. I it's it's funny. What you really have to hang. Yeah. The. Times. Yeah. Right. Yeah. But I love that they took celebrity they took humor. They took music. They took a combination of multiple things. It's a really strong if you don't pay attention and people pre sheet it, which is great. Yeah. Then there are other ones like Burger King. Hell was bad that shall not be named. Well, can I ask this? So I said to the garbage when I was driving in like first off does anyone like Andy Warhol? No he back now. Well, as anyone at a Burger King, you're flying like we can all agree that we're just talking about offset, but he wouldn't have high recognition value at a rodeo. No. Was there? There is a sort of demographic for almost everything and Warhol and Burger King for the folks who think you know, I got two dollars to my burger with probably not big Warhol guys. And then there's a few things about the commercial. That was insane one is let's get into it the burger didn't look appealing all the perga-. It said further looked miniature it looked. It doesn't look like as hamburgers old furniture in nineteen eighty-two. It's come a documentary documentary called sixty six from America. And it was him. He actually asked for McDonald's. They gave him Burger King. And he said, where's the McDonald's? And then they couldn't get it fast enough. So this is what happened. So they give them a walk. But the Walker looks weak, and then he takes the lid off. But he puts the catch on the side, which is kind of a weird move. I thought it was an ad for Hines partnership between Burger King and Heinz. Right now, there is the dips in the side. And then he says nothing nothing. I think he says something. No, no, this is it. Oh, he. No, it is he moved his mouth like he did a weird like a key gonna say something and involve a noise in the party. I thought he said something, but he said nothing just moved his mouth and weird way. There was a teaser before this that came out online lines kind of excited, and I was telling Brian earlier when we taped the commercial great show that so the king like he basically in Burger King became he came back, and he was setting up the desk, and he set up the Mike and he set up the lights, and he set up the camera, and he kind of paced back and forth. Like, there's anticipation something's going to happen. So I was like, okay. He's coming back. This could be cool. And then that's what they gave us from an agency called David in Miami. And I I I looked at up at age. I like, it's an industry publication and advertising. And I honestly can't believe this. They rated it in the top five most creative ads of the Super Bowl. And I was like what's define creative. And I get talking about it. But it's just and it was it ranked bottom of the barrel and the ad meter like dead last. It doesn't make any sense. It's not like they had to do anything. They just bottled footed. They bought. Yeah. But the the CMO or the global brand director for Burger King was like we're doing something that only Burger King can do exclusively. No other brand can claim this. And I was like that doesn't mean you should do this don't do it. Well, is it? The only argument is my sort of Kardashian boot light porn argument, which is like is there any bad press anymore. Like everyone's talking. And in the past like, you would go at it. I mean, it like this the same with like, the vacation porn, you know. Now, if the on the on the internet like you go of that. But this is bad. But you don't, but you don't want this kind of attention. Everybody's talking about it. Yeah. But that. I don't know. I we're starting to enter this part of our society where it's just talk. There's no talk. It's not even the bad and the good and the bad consequently weird..

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"warhol" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

03:15 min | 2 years ago

"warhol" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Didn't Andy Warhol have. I know he had the Campbell's soup. Did. Did he have Heinz ketchup? Also. He did all right. One. But does the Heinz ketchup make more sense than for the wiper ad? I guess so that's the way he eats. It just with Heinz catcher if you remember he was dipping in the ketchup in a very very peculiar manner. But teddy Warhol I did my Walker to and catch the same way. I mean, I get it with everything on it. But yeah. I feel like I'm in good company. Now, we have the same hair. You can hear the sounds that matter. That's not good. There was also a promotion with door. Dash like that was giving a white haired wigs and catch up and the old Wasser box. So if you ordered through door dash to get your, yeah. And but this was before so no everyone's getting nickel on what what is this about? Hear the sounds that matter to the top five at five from the Roe Conn show with Anna davlantes, s weekday afternoons on seven twenty WGN, Chicago, very smart speaker user, just say play WGN radio on tune in news brought to you by hearing health, center dot com. Here's Steve Bertrand, little fog and mist around Ed O'Hare. But right now, it's still fifty degrees as the temperatures rose over this past weekend. So did gun violence in the city at least twenty two people were shot over the weekend. In Chicago that includes seven people struck by gunfire early Sunday morning at a drive by shooting outside of a bar on the south side, chug a police say someone inside of a silver four fired at a massive people outside of Reynolds lounge in the nine hundred block of seventy fifth street. That's in the city's crossing neighborhood two people died in that shooting. Police still have not determined. If the seven shot were targeted or part of a fight that occurred inside of the bar. Ryan burrow, WGN news cargo mayoral candidate Willie Wilson says he could have funded the campaign of an established politician rather than Rodham himself, but he says he doesn't really trust a lot of established politician businessman. Right. Politician today take people money and by people turkeys and everything else. They need investigation. Right. They crooks. I'm gonna tell you plan. I. I dunno better. Wilson was a guest on WGN Steve Cochran show. This morning Virginia's governor Ralph northern miss meeting with staff in Richmond today amid calls for him to resign after a picture from his nineteen Eighty-four medical school yearbook showing men in black face and a Ku Klux Klan robes surfaced last week. He has refused to quit despite backlash from both sides of the aisle, the death of an off duty Chicago police officer yesterday remains a mystery. The Cook County medical examiner has declined to rule whether it was a suicide or homicide, here's WGN's. Pam jolie. Say the forty seven year old woman was found dead of a gunshot wound in a car in the nine hundred block of south bell avenue in the city's tried Taylor neighborhood shortly after nine thirty pm Sunday law enforcement, sources tell the trip someone with her at the time has been taken in for questioning the police department had tweeted that a preliminary investigation pointed to an apparent suicide. But after an autopsy, the medical examiner's office said the cause and manner of death were pending. Pam Jones WGN new Chicago's O'Hare was the nation's busiest airport last year over time. Shaking Atlanta's Hartsfield Jackson airport. Speaking of travel. Airbnb says Cook County hosts brought in one hundred nine million dollars in two thousand eighteen that's up from about.

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"warhol" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed

Pat Gray Unleashed

03:02 min | 2 years ago

"warhol" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed

"I I am such a fan of Andy Warhol's that was that was really Andy Hello Heinz ketchup too. By the way, which I'm Andy world big fan of. And I like Andy was tremendous. I I have a fan of anywhere and he's only been dead for thirty thirty thirty. Yeah. I I don't know. I did not like that out of just. Let's not like anywhere hall Burger King. It's probably something leftover from class. I had to take in college where I had a film. Studies teacher who I guess the guy finally became a professor and decided that he would just show us two things for for four months, and it was home movies from the velvet underground band sessions university university, Nebraska, and and so it was that. And he would always namedrop how Andy Warhol was always there. Andy Warhol the factory whatever the hell, they call. It. Don't care. Andy Warhol was here. I swear ten times a class. The man dropped the name Andy Warhol does because anti was van. Sure. And so was Gianluca Dorde, which was the other thing we had to watch all of his French filmmaker. Oh, really, bad French movies infringe most subtitles. So maybe I'm just leftover hating on. Warhol because of that film studies class, but so in that commercial came up I had a flashback of the class. But anyway, we have the Microsoft we all win commercial, which I love really good. It shows. It was so good. It makes you feel so good that they succeed. Like that. The Bud Light another Bud Light medieval barbers campaign, which was great job. Search for veterans net. Flicks our planet. Okay. The coats that would be free. We're that Bill could be here by Verizon. We're here for you T mobile. They were all over the KEA give it everything. Home security with ADT stop with the property brothers. Wizard with Toyota another favorite was that was tremendous that I really enjoyed was the hundred year game by the NFL. This actually people thought that it was better than the game. It was really good. See the stars of the past going through it being themselves. They've the Franco era with the cat. We haven't. So let's play it. It's great. It's really it's really good one hundred season of the National Football League. Not about the league. It's about football. It's about the players. The fan. Marshawn Lynch starts and everything else to make today. Oh boy. A ball on the loose. At this. Nice black tie affair..

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"warhol" Discussed on Lights Camera Barstool

Lights Camera Barstool

04:32 min | 2 years ago

"warhol" Discussed on Lights Camera Barstool

"Stupid gauntlet, but possibilities. It's so funny. Last one twilight zone. They tease the twilight zone with Jordan Peele. This is the prize. This is not like an unknown project. We knew this was gonna happen. But I didn't realize it was Jordan Peele. I you just walking through an empty Mercedes Benz stadium walks to the fucking twilight zone door in the near the twilight zone music, the one problem with this airing on CBS all access the streaming platform for CBS that I don't think anybody owns but to Star Trek fans. I'm excited for it might be my only worry is black mirror two point. Oh, yeah. Yeah. I mean, that's essentially what mirror is based off of right? Is that same twilight zone type thing like independent episodes of the ruined twist? Or are look on societal something yet at black MIR has maybe three really great episodes per season. And then the rest of them are like technologies wall, and it might. Is that your toilet savage impression? He's still phones problem mental. That was one of many commercials to air any of them. Stick out to you. Besides the Esa Mark merchant, obviously, the game of thrones one where the mountain brutally murders the bug night in bud nights at big dump bitch if book eightieth big dead bitch. Yeah. Stay dead loser. And they got booking burnt to death to after he's already did double killed is. That mean, he's done is. That mean, no series of commercials are done, man. I hope so. That'd be pretty cool. If they're just killing off an air like that. So unceremoniously the bud night went from being the savior to just getting next net by the mountain like the guy goes to call though, the person from the commercial lines disconnected. And that's how you know that Aaron commercials was done. Apologies to the bud night. I didn't mean to call you big dumb dead bitch. I did I hate you. Big on the commercial to me was the the Microsoft like handicapped enabled like controller one. That was good. That was really good commercial. Those are really good. Don't remember it. Remember for ten minutes. When a lot of people thought, the big lebowski was going to have some really cool fucking Kook then for Stella Artois, as which we knew about because I think they released a commercial dago that was basically a family guy cut away gag in shitty commercial. Your member that time Carrie Bradshaw. The big lebowski had dinner with their one time. The world's interesting man showed up at my didn't with the big lebowski. The worst commercial tonight is the Andy Warhol Burger King commercial now. I was great. I'm all in a meeting. My burger like that. Now. There wasn't weird. I don't get it. I didn't get the commercial. This is it. We're talking about it. That's the commercial. That's what it was. It's archive footage of Andy Warhol eating Burger King. And the the Hines bottle. Actually does look pretty delicious in it. I did one catch up. That's one thing. I wanted after this some fancy ketchup after I legitimately just think it was so weird. They're like, let's find the weirdest fucking thing that we already own or we can have the rights to so people talk about it like we are doing right here. I think that was it. Also, a lot of people replied to me because I tweeted about this. And they said they already do this with burgers, which is okay. What we heard dipping in ketchup? Yeah. He hasn't been any of the catch up on the birds dips it which I do that too. That's just means. You're lazy. Yeah. That's my go-to movies. You do the same ketchup for the fries in the burger interesting, though, the weird thing with the commercial is with video is that Andy Warhol takes the bun off the top of the burger dumps the catch on the side. And it just puts the bun back on. There was no reason to take the top off the burger see check in for cheese. That's a very artsy thing. But somebody did say this to me, which I thought was very funny. Somebody said what's the alternative? I've always dicked and he didn't answering, but I said, you don't know V alternates. How do you not know what the alternative to dipping your Burt me just put it on the burger like what's what? Here's what I don't get though. Eat like, Andy..

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"warhol" Discussed on Movie Crush

Movie Crush

02:51 min | 3 years ago

"warhol" Discussed on Movie Crush

"It's a lot of politics. But it also. Goes into some real cool behind the scenes stuff about how fake reality shows are and the idea of like Franken biting where you can like cut up things. People say have a cut away where it's they're back and literally manufacturer a sentence by extreme together bits of other things. They've said, oh, yeah. Like anyone that still thinks reality shows are not completely holy manufactured are just living in a dream. They're they're basically in the same boat as people still think professional wrestling Israel. No one thinks that Andy Warhol was a big fan of WWF. Really? Yeah. I didn't. But that doesn't surprise me mean, gene, gene, the just passed away. There's incredible clip. I recommend everybody. Check it out where where he's like doing his post-match interview thing, and you see hulk HOGAN in the background and Cindy Lauper is there and then Andy Warhol comes up and means laser gentlemen, it real new New York luminary, Mr. Andy Warhol, have you ever seen so much bedlam in chaos in your life, sir? And he goes, I just can't even believe it. I just as exciting exciting. I don't even know what to say. Yeah. But the real answer is. Yes. Anywhere housing that much bedlam. No. Apparently, he was genuinely fan make sense considering what how fascinated he was by gross commercialism. So I I I was like that seems wrong. But then I was like no that seems absolutely. Like Salvador Dali if he was alive would probably be into WW just the way he responded is just so exciting. I can barely contain myself. Yeah. It shows Andy your magnanimous personality. He didn't strike me as someone who was a lot of fun to hang out with. I think he's kind of toyed with people a little bit. And it was of always had like recorder, and like camera was kind of like trying to like it out of my make people kind of like, you know, be his subjects all the time. I don't know. It's as an interesting fellow is a monument, not come too much. Go draw soup can draw at Diddy. It wasn't just kind of like Xerox through like, oh, did he just blow up like, I don't know. Did you call me on this? But a lot of what he did was definitely commodifying other images. And but I think he probably had some artistic shops as far as being able to draw, but I don't think of him as being a painter exactly I think more is being like graphic like a print maker something, you know. Hey, everyone wanna talk to you about a a great new show on a dull swim, gorgeous Lee animated brand new called Tig tone, TI GTO, any it's about a fantasy hero named tick down who goes on these quests where he has to kill lots and lots of people and has a little side kick name healthy, and it's really kind of great mostly sacrificing healthy while taking advantage of help. He's powers and rejuvenation. What's going on?.

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Campbell Soup Grapples With Weak Sales

Todd Schnitt

01:02 min | 3 years ago

Campbell Soup Grapples With Weak Sales

"The volume of soup sales because it's down dramatically. Let's I guess bottom line is that the pallets are becoming more sophisticated soups are more intricate. Campbell's does have the higher end soups. But yeah, the typical soup and in the typical well-known Andy Warhol artwork Campbell Soup cans, the traditional condensed soup with little gold circle. And and other variety those sales have been plummeting. So they've they've got some issues to deal with but. I don't think that the interim CEO really wanted to deal with a George Soros conspiracy. Tweet from one of his VP's. This is crazy. Texas man accord, I saw on FOX's website, Texas, man, allegedly searched the dark web trying to find a young girl to murderer and eat Nathan. Alexander Nathan

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Trump Tower fire victim was avid art collector who spent time with Andy Warhol

Travel with Stephanie Abrams

00:57 sec | 3 years ago

Trump Tower fire victim was avid art collector who spent time with Andy Warhol

"Nine term eight six six five oh nine t e r m a fatal fires trucks one of midtown manhattan's most wellknown addresses as chris barnes has details just after five thirty this evening our department received an automatic alarm for a fire in the trump tower that's new york city's fire commissioner discussing the fire that broke out in a fiftieth floor apartment in trump tower it did kill sixty year old todd brass ner an art dealer and friend of the late artist andy warhol six firefighters received minor injuries no members of the first family were in the building at the time and they're still looking into the cause of that blaze for usa radio news i'm chris barnes south carolina senator lindsey graham appeared on abc news this week today and said that although he believes embattled epa administrator scott pruitt has done a good job the spending habits issue quote doesn't look good you're the epa administrator into lobbyists changed the locks you've got.

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