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Political Donor Ed Buck Guilty on Counts Related to Overdose Deaths
"In the drug deaths of two men. Here's Alex Stone inside the federal courtroom. There were cheers when the verdict was read. Former Democratic donor Ed bought guilty on multiple charges linked to methamphetamine overdose deaths of two men at his West Hollywood apartment. Prosecutors say Bach was running a drug in sex 10 when he was arrested in 2019. Buck was also convicted of enticing men to LA to engage in prostitution. The jury deliberated for 4.5 hours before returning a guilty verdict. Alex Stone, ABC News, Los Angeles, and when Buck
The Oscar Dress Mystery
"So everyone is in awe of this dress. The academy awards happen. It's fun she looks amazing. Press press press whatever two days after yondo opens the door to her hotel room. She's on her way somewhere. she's late. is she staying at the london west. Hollywood hotel sometime between eight am and nine pm. She leaves and the dress is stolen and everybody freaks out again for very different reasons. Representatives for the london hotel said this is a terribly unfortunate situation and we are working with law enforcement on their investigation. Great thank you hotel in a separate statement to women's wear daily. Miss yongle call begun a timeless priceless piece of art. And mr costa's said he was looking forward to. Its return. So that calvin klein could have it restored and archived as it now represents an important moment for the brand so again still totally up their own asked about this dress. Wanting it to be returned an outcry from the house of calvin klein so suddenly Mere days after that some of the pearls were discovered being sold in the la jewelry district as fakes. It seemed when the thief removed a few of the pearls and tried to sell them in the district. They were told the truth and turned away. Kind of laughed out. They were told that the paroles were fake and completely worthless. After all the hype. This whole dress worth one hundred fifty thousand dollars. All of this lavish description was a complete lie two days after that. Tmz got an anonymous tip explaining everything. The person confessed to having stolen address that he had blocked off to pearls and take them to the a. garment district where they were told that they were not real. The caller was telling. Tmz all of this. He said because he wanted the world know that hollywood was fake back at the hotel. Authorities found crumpled fake pearl dress young goes dress in a black plastic garbage bag under a sink.
LAPD Investigates Alleged Anti-Semitic Hate Crimes In Beverly Hills
"Investigating what it believed to be a hate crime that happened in a Beverly Hills restaurant. About eight Palestinian protesters jumped out of a caravan of cars waving Palestinian flags Tuesday night, witnesses say some of them asked. The diners were Jewish. When two men said Yes. They were then attacked and beaten by this group of men. We reached out to Los Angeles police on the possibility of more arrest. We're waiting for a response that we do know. Investigators believe the suspects in this case are connected to the attack of an Orthodox Jewish man Monday night near West Hollywood. That man says he thought He was going to be killed when the caravan tried to run him down boxes. Christina Coleman. At least two people are dead and 12 injured after what police are calling a mass shooting at a big House party in New
Los Angeles TV crew injured in SUV crash
"A scary situation for a TV crew, a news crew from Channel 11 and Los Angeles, A reporter and photographer. Or among five people seriously hurt when an SUV crashed into a building and Hollywood the driver was arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence. The TV station's crew members were working on a story about the famous El Capitan Theater and the Los Angeles County partial reopening this week when the vehicle crashed right into a glass storefront in West Hollywood Boulevard and stroke. Struck several pedestrians that happened at three o'clock in the afternoon. The reporter and photographer were among the five people hospitalized. At least four of them are in either serious or critical
Interview With YouTube Influencer And Comedian, Bob The Drag Queen
"High cameron. How are you honestly. Though worst headache hungover no no. No no no i you know what i can't i i can't figure out what's going on it just always over my left i would do. I find him right. That's part of what's going on. This is well this. This is what doctors appointments are like these days like he. Just put your asshole the camera. Now i'll do a couple a command shift for looking at the screen. Grab of your of your amos. He sent me some dick pic to your doctor at kaiser permanente dot absolutely how how well first of all let me. Just start by. By the way i would love to include all of that. I think that was that was gold and it will train our listeners. To what we're expecting for your bob directly but would you would you introduce yourself. I always have guests introduce themselves. Name is bob the drag on as a he him. She her hers. I am a drag comedian. I m youtuber. I am one of the hosts of hbo's where ear. And i am a living icon. Okay out. that feels true to me. That's how i'm experiencing toby weird. I love it eventually becomes true. Yes that's right absolutely well. What an honor for me to be recording here. Yeah you've had a you've had a big couple of years. It feels like i know you. You've been working in drag for a long time. But it feels like for you know from where i'm positioned at home perpetually possessed by the way i'm in west hollywood right. Now i live in pasadena. You're apologizing forward pasadena but we'll feel important because like there's a part of pasadena that's the cheesecake factory. But i live at the base of the mountains. So i just want to be very clear. I'm a mountain lesbian. These days not a cheesecake factory godless man. This is worth noting. But you're in west hollywood. What is actually that. That is a great place to start. Because i haven't been there during the pandemic and what an interesting place to be hanging out because it's usually somewhere that is so lively and terms of nightlife and in terms of foot traffic on the street for la. It's a different kind of a place. Was it like over there right now. Very blake lively blake. Lively matters But right now it is. The pandemic has changed a lot. It's actually a straight neighborhood. Now could you imagine it is now just a full on straight neighbor. Okay so i have been. I moved here during the pandemic. And i have some context for west hollywood. But it's very limited either in this apartment where i've been renting for a little over a year now or i'll be on the gay bars strip There was never any in between. I mean they're still you know people other walk into. I actually saw the two people today. Who really look like their dogs. It was wild like stock. He'd like dad body type guy walking a little like french bulldog and then there's like Yoga looking white lady with white hair with just like a skinny little completely white dog and these people look like their dogs. You look like my dog. That's true. Yes i have like. Just a teeny dog with like hair under ears that comes out to the side and it just it does feel like we're meant to be a little bit of blonde the tip whereas grown out highlight. That's actually like seriously that is what my shirts all the time. Yeah very you can't tell what size she is because she's proportionate but she's smaller than you think. Actually i have a dog that looked like me out. A black labrador in those jet black was a little. Floppy there was a chow mix. And he's always like my dog and he used to drive me crazy because my dog was jet black tie that feels but it was other black people so it felt a little upsetting. I thank god. I really grew up running the white people. I didn't even know y'all existence a couple of years ago. Where did you grow up. I grew up in georgia groping them all over georgia all of the south really but mostly georgia small town big town in columbus georgia which is This home of the infantry. So if you're if you ever were airborne ranger you probably learned it at for banning And then i moved to atlanta.
Sunset Strip restaurant owners sue Los Angeles County, West Hollywood to stay open
"On the Sunset Strip is West in West Hollywood has filed a lawsuit against the city of L. A because of Kovar 19 restrictions. The owners of the classic Cat says the The owners say, I should say the city has issued a citation for their outdoor patio that could force them to close by Friday. The restaurant uses a retractable roof for its outdoor dining patio, but inspectors say it does not provide enough airflow. The lawsuit is asked for an injunction to keep the restaurant from having to close the
Fred Segal, Los Angeles celebrity fashion retailer, dead at 87
"Fashion retailer. Fred segal died. His publicist says. He died from complications of a stroke. Seagal opened his first shop in west. Hollywood in nineteen sixty one settling jeans and flannel andrew ellis fans including the beatles diana ross and elvis presley fred segal was eighty seven
Lady Gaga's dog walker shot, French bulldogs stolen in LA
"On their story. Gunman Shot Lady Gaga is Dog Walker and stole two of the singer's Bulldogs ABC Jason Nathan Seuin joining us on the co Moh news line with more on this attack, and this sounds like a scene out of a Hollywood movie. Yet it did happen for real in Hollywood, Jason It really did happen. This was Wednesday night. Her dog, Walker was walking the dogs Ryan Fisher or dog Walker and assistant walking the three dogs in West Hollywood. When a car pulls up a white car pulls up to people get out. That there on the sidewalk here. One of them has a gun. They start to try to steal the dogs. There's a struggle going on. They get two of the dogs, and then one of the people shoots Ryan Fisher in the chest. Jump in the car take off with two of the dogs. One of the dogs who had apparently gotten away comes back to Fisher and his kind of hanging around Fisher while he's lying on the ground, calling for help pleading for somebody. Anybody To come help him, Hey says, I've been shot in the chest and bleeding my lungs or bleeding. It's really kind of gripping and chilling video and audio that's on TMZ that they have from security camera from one of the neighbors. The two people they take off and gaga now offering a $500,000 reward for the return of the dogs. She's not in the country. She's in Rome, but she is obviously beside herself wanting the dogs back. What do we know about the dog walkers? Condition? He's going to survive that we don't know exactly. You know what kind of condition what level but that he's I've seen reports that he's doing well to reports that he's you know, in the hospital and They're working on him. But as far as we know that he's going to survive this if they've got surveillance video what? What does it tell us about the the Attackers of the car, the vehicle they used for the weapons. It's a white they're thinking Nissan Sentra the gun. I've seen this. It is a semi automatic. Looks like a handgun to me. They don't get it clear license plate on the video. But there might have been other video that they're looking at. And the police are obviously looking into this. And what we don't know is is this was she targeted? What were these dogs specifically targeted Because There are Lady gaga as dogs, and they thought that they could either get more money or get a reward from her for that, Or is this part of a larger trend that we've seen of dogs, specifically pure bred dogs? French Bulldogs being high on the list? Of dogs being stolen. You know, the economy's bad people are looking for money in any way they could get it and stealing dogs has become a big thing. We've seen a couple incidences and here in Los Angeles and San Francisco, other areas in California because they can get big money for these dogs. Now, these dogs in particular are now two of the most famous dogs in the world. Their pictures are everywhere so I imagine it would be pretty hard for the thieves to sell these particular pops. In addition to the reward, have we heard from Lady Gaga? Jason? No, we haven't. We know that she's wanted to get the word out about the dogs, and that she she's created an email address for people to send information, she says no questions asked. But So far in social media. She's been silent on Instagram Twitter. She hasn't said
Lady Gaga’s Dogwalker Shot, French Bulldogs Stolen In West Hollywood, Los Angeles
"Breezy story out of west hollywood lady gaga french bulldogs were targeted by thieves. Last night. they shot her. Dog walkers stole two of her french bulldogs now. According to tmz gaga is now offering five hundred thousand dollars for the return of her dogs. No questions asked the dog walker had three of her dogs out around ten pm when one gunman possibly more came up on him shot him took the dogs reports. Say the dog walker is expected to recover other reports say that he was shot up to four times. Jesus and then the third dog in the mix that dog ran off and luckily was recovered lady gaga currently by the way in rome shooting a movie and like we said five hundred thousand dollar reward. No questions
Police eye Marilyn Manson in domestic violence investigation
"Are now eyeing rocker Marilyn Manson and in a domestic violence investigation. The L. A County Sheriff's Department announced its Special Victims bureau is investigating singer Marilyn Manson for allegations of domestic violence, which reportedly happened between 2009 and 2011 in West Hollywood, where the shock rocker lived. Multiple women have public He accused the artist of sexual, physical and emotional abuse, including his ex fiancee, actress Rachel Evan would who said he horrific, Lee abused her and started grooming her when she was a teenager. He's almost 20 years. Her senior Manson, whose real name is Brian Warner, has denied all allegations through his lawyers.
Marilyn Manson target of Los Angeles County domestic abuse inquiry
"L. A County Sheriff's Department announced its Special Victims Bureau is investigating singer Marilyn Manson for allegations of domestic violence, which reportedly happened between 2009 and 2011 in West Hollywood, where the shock rocker lived. Multiple women have publicly accused the artist of sexual, physical and emotional abuse, including his ex fiancee, actress Rachel Evan would who said he horrific, Lee abused her and started grooming. When she was a teenager is almost 20 years. Her senior Manson, whose real name is Brian Warner, has denied all allegations through his lawyers. Lelia Luciano CBS NEWS LOS Angeles
'Bachelor' Contestant Sarah Trott Was Once Spotted Leaving a Club With G-Eazy
"Matt james contestant sarah who we just spoke about Who left this week off from the show spotted leaving club with g. Eazy this pre bachelor but a big story. Big story back in march early twenties twenty. Sarah was seen with g. eazy at a nightclub. It's called delilah to right a right around the corner from my apartment in west hollywood and she seems to have been there for a friend's birthday party no other info except for the fact that they look like they were like maybe leaving together some paparazzi shots. It's a paparazzi shah su Just so interesting to me. How people still find that stuff. Like how do you go back. And look at pictures Sarah trout from the bat. I just don't so so much work to do.
Jax Taylor And Brittany Cartwright Are Leaving Vanderpump Rules
"Today. The blow up at vanderpump roles. Oh my goodness jackson. Brittany are leaving the show. What happened right. Oh my god is. Twenty is really putting us through it right now. Trying to make the numbers. Make the numbers. I always say you never wanna be in the club when the lights come on and i think for the two of them. They are new parents. I think they're looking at this new cast and seeing that this may not be a long term thing for us we gotta thing bigger and a lotta times the reality tv personalities they get tv's three year contracts and getting into three year contracts. You have to make a decision at the end of the three years like. Can i see myself doing this for another three years. And i think as parents and as people are that are about to go into a new stage of their lives. They're looking to expand their horizons. So here's what happened over the weekend. Brittany and jack shocked us whenever they posted similar announcements on their instagram. Saying they will not be returning for another season vanderpump roles they also said they are excited to take this time to focus on their growing family. So last season was the last season two seasons ago they started bringing in these younger people. It's like the really still trying to push the focus around the restaurant. I don't care about the restaurant. I care about the oh. Jeez like and they would have followed the to the valley where they've gone and do kind of this whole they're all pregnant and do this whole valley high rules or whatever they want to god valley high something along those lines. Then i'd still be interested. But if i was jackson bernie. I beat the same way. i'd say. How am i supposed to make my life make sense being out here in the valley not going to the bars in west hollywood. I mean it's a truck to the you to to the to west. Hollywood you gotta drive all the way over there just to act like you social scene. Yeah just to do those. I think ultimately what has gone down is just. It's just a natural order of things. They've all evolved out of the story line of this show. It does not make sense for their lives. It would be different if one couple was having a baby but they're literally all having babies. Obviously he's not going to be returning to the show right now or ever so i just feel like for everybody. It just doesn't feel like the same thing. But i also definitely feel like they're not walking away from something without something lined up
Opening a new restaurant during a pandemic? Try a Los Angeles area parking lot
"Creative move to support local businesses that are struggling during the pandemic. The city of PICO Rivera is testing out a new experience he calls Park let's They'll be transforming street areas into micro parks and outdoor dining spaces. It's one of many ways that l a businesses are adapting to pandemic restrictions. Another example, some restaurants are opening a second eatery with an entirely different menu in their parking lots. Peter Allies, Mona Holmes talked with KCRW's greater L A. About these innovations, most restaurants or just, you know, expanding into Park lits into sidewalks into parking lots. But these restaurants they are starting brand new restaurants with brand new menus in a brand new space that they decided you could even visualized it is pop up. These new setups are launching in various communities, including Silver Lake West Hollywood in Venice. One example is called Hell of a Time. It's a parking Lot restaurant operated by the folks who run all day, baby just across the street. They pop this up Super quick just made this really cute, compact dining area right across the street staff, run food back and forth food and drink back and forth. It's quite a task. Home says some of these ventures may not be super lucrative, but they are keeping the dining scene interesting during the pandemic.
Cleve Jones: Queer Spaces After COVID-19
"The reality is that the Gayborhood are going away. So, if you look at San, Francisco's Castro district or Seattle's Capitol Hill or Washington DC's Dupont circle or boys town in Chicago West Hollywood or anywhere you want to look lavender Heights in Sacramento wherever you look where there's a defined gay neighborhood. It's not just a place where there's bars though bar life has always been an important part of our culture. It's where very important things happen. I is political power. When we are concentrated in specific precinct gives us the power to elect our own public office the the power to defeat our opponents, the power to pass legislation that directly affects our lives in our wellbeing. As we are dispersed. We lose that power. Another super important part of it was the cultural vitality look at all the amazing stuff that's come out of West Hollywood that's come out of my neighborhood I mean it's no coincidence that the rainbow flag and the First Gay Synagogue and the First Gay Film Festival and the Aids Memorial Quilt and the Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence all were born in the Castro because there's that magic that happens when creative people when choreographers and filmmakers dancers and deejays and painters. Are All in that same area and I. Know that collaboration can occur very effectively online but there's nothing like the magic of face to face contact close proximity for that cultural vitality, and then the third thing that's at risk are the specialized social services for our most vulnerable population. So. Whether we're talking about people like myself who are getting old long term survivors of HIV or queer kids trans kids who were fleeing trump's America where do they go? They can't come to the Castro a little crappy studio apartment in the Castro is going to cost you twenty, five, hundred dollars a month. So this is the reality that nobody's really quite talking about that that community that has given so much and strengthened us in inspired US moved. US forward. Being threatened and there's many factors technology. Many. People will say, Oh, well, we can live anywhere. We want. No, you can't. Tell me that try it. You know go to Duluth and walk down main street and hold hands no offense to duluth or any other city. You Might WanNa try doing that outside of a gayborhood. So we need these these spaces they're important and we need to figure out what's our next move? Do you have a solution. There's no easy solution but yeah, when people say oh, cleave. Cities Change well. Thank you for that brilliant observation. Yes. Of course, it has changed but we want to. Be Thinking about that change and the big factor is that cities have changed in a way. That's profoundly new. For generations since the industrial revolution, the cities were the place where refugees went immigrants, Bohemians, counterculture people, artists, homosexuals, and all these people of all these different backgrounds and ethnicities genders would you know create this these cauldrons of creativity and and they would climb their way up the economic ladder move out to the suburbs and that was really accelerated in the Post Warrior the nineteen fifties, the nineteen sixties, nineteen seventies, the phenomenon of white flight. So when I got to San Francisco, the population of that city had been declining steadily since the end of World War Two and we were able to go into these neighborhoods that had been largely abandoned by the working class immigrants that had built them originally. And create what we created I on Polk Street. Then on Castro and folsom street hate streets you know he's really vibrant communities. These are now some of the most expensive neighborhoods in the world. So the district that gave us Harvey Milk. is now inhabited increasingly by wide heterosexual gendered millionaires when you arrived in San. Francisco, you had a sleeping bag and a couple of shirts and forty two dollars and you were welcomed into this guy's home. You would never met who was not expecting you. It was an address you have from a friend and there was a safe place to live and to get on your feet. Even, if it's not as San Francisco, like that mentality is so unique. I think that's pretty much now partly because it's just so difficult to survive. So the young people I meet in their early twenty S. You know these and of course San Francisco, it's all tech And there's a lot of anger towards the tech invaders but I have a lot of empathy and. Real concern for them because first of all, most of them are working sixty seventy hours a week. They have no job security. There would never use the the phrase exploited workers to describe themselves but are blanche you are but I think also back then and especially in San Francisco it was still Kinda Hippie dippy. And it was very counterculture. It was very communal. And everybody was kind of expected and really encouraged to contribute in some way. You didn't necessarily have to be all that good at what you did, but you needed to do something whether it was a drag show or video or film or A. Poetry contest or something there was A. There was a real nurturing of people's creative pulses and a lot of support for there was so many places I knew where if I was hungry I just show up and there would be every night. There would be a communal potluck dinner. There were probably six or seven of those households within a few blocks of where I was living on Castro Street. So I never went hungry.
"west hollywood" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"In West Hollywood, and 70 80, Northridge. We leave local live from the kick off I 24 hour news room. I'm Leyla Mohammed. Good morning. Everybody will handle here last hour off the legal show right up until 11 o'clock, But I will stay, uh, answering questions throughout. Well at the start of Leo Laporte probably hang around for half an hour 45 minutes, So everybody that's on the phone that's waiting to come in. I'll answer those questions. I'll just be off the air. Phone number 805 to 01534 805 to 01534. This is handle on the law. Marginal legal advice where I tell you, You have absolutely no case. We have been hearing in light of Ah, the protest movement. Black lives matter Movement. The issue of reparations for African Americans in this country being brought up again Now it's sort of been in the background, the periphery of conversations and frankly, it was considered sort of. Ah, yeah, kind of nuts argument. Come on. Really Reparations. For what? Because your great great great great Great great great grandfather was slave. Ah, and the argument on the other side is not only Ah did my The progeny of maybe in progeny, but it came out of slavery. And that was the experience my family had, and there has been reparations paid in this country. Incidentally, we have in certain instances that people who are survivors of a Holocaust were given some reparations under very limited circumstances. Every single person who was in a camp a containment camp during World War two Jap These Americans who were put in those camps. We're given reparations. But the rule was you had to be in the camp. You actually had to have suffered being put in those attention camps. Died during the war. So Asar as reparations go for African Americans, that's way up in the air. So the governor of California, not having a reputation as being the most conservative governor in the United States has mandated. Actually, a law has signed a law that creates a nine member task force to come up with proposals for how the state can provide reparations to black Americans. And that gets a little complicated because one argument among the most radical of the reparations folks is everybody gets a cheque. Everybody who can trace their lineage back to slavery gets a check. And others even going beyond that, saying because of systematic racism, which has occurred and does occur. Everybody gets a cheque. Well, I mean, that's kind of insane, but The Reparations. This law, which simply brings into brings into force and nine member task force, Let's look at proposals. Let's look at who is going to be eligible. Let's look at how we're going to do this. Ah, So California, incidentally, never had a government sanctioned system of slavery. There was number slavery in in California. It entered the union 18 50 as a free state. But here's what happened in California has a reputation of being very liberal state going way back in terms as Faras. The slavery is concerned, but California did let slave owning whites bring their slaves to California. So there was slavery in California. And the Legislature even passed a law making it legal to arrest runaway slaves and return them to their owners. Also, the law doesn't indicate is going to pick cash payments options could it include forgiving student loans? Paying for public works projects or job training. We already have that in place, both state and federal and local. In July, North Carolina, the the City Council of Asheville, approve reparations by pledging to make investments in areas where black people face disparities. It's also that it's already going on. Ah, so You know who knows what's going to happen. I still think it's pretty nuts. To be honest, I think the argument is giving African Americans and even break and giving people who are living in very low socioeconomic circumstances up. I'm fine with, you know, putting, pouring more money or putting more money into school systems in helping people who don't have the same opportunities. Yeah, I'm fine with that and putting money into various areas. Where is low says socioeconomic circumstances and that's already being done. They're all kind of tax credits for buildings that go up in those areas for people that start businesses in those areas. So that's already there. It's just a question of expanding them if necessary, But this reparations business come on, really. It's No, I think it's going to die. I think this whole issue is going to die down and we get a little calmer. As for sure, all right, let's go ahead and take some phone calls. Well, we've got some good ones for sure. Sandra Hi, Sandro. Yes. Hey, there. How you doing? Yes. Go ahead. I hate answering that question is are you okay? Yeah, of course. I don't really want to know how you're doing. Exactly. And I don't care how you were doing either. Sandra. Sandra is winning right now. Right on. All right, Go ahead. Hell is real quick, not waste your time. I met a guide the shape of a telephone pole. Half in American Indian have Hispanic big man. I already like He killed my car. But the move single girl fell for it. All the right words. You're being the same way. Sandra. You're being the single girl, right? Okay. Had for for better or worse for me. Alright. For better Or don't I love you one. All right. How old are you? 50 and Mississippi. Your nifty Is that what you say? 50? Right? That's fair. Alright. How and how? How ugly are you? I'm moderately hold on. Hold on, Sandra. Hold on a moment we had. Don't worry. Stop right there. Stop right there For just a moment. We had a couple of curse words and Ah, Okay, I know. I know. You're It wasn't done on purpose. You just happen to be a depraved human being that curses like a stevedore. All right, So you had a guy even doors, okay? All right. So you had a guy? Wait. Well, you're it was not your husband Would we're not going to get into that That's going to make it trail off. We're going to stand in the point yet on and I had That guy send a suicide letter to my psychiatrist. What do I do? What avenue? Do I take myself from the stalker? Okay, Okay. It was a stalker. You were but you were saying he has a nice way.
No trick-or-treating this Halloween in Los Angeles County due to COVID-19
"Have some news that involves Children here in Los Angeles County. Where Randy the county government, the Board of Supervisors and fake doctor Barbara Ferrer have officially canceled Halloween. That's right. There will be no Halloween. There will be no trick or treating. There will be no West Hollywood Carnaval. There will be no Halloween horror nights at Universal Studios. It's all being canceled because of the cove it what's not permitted this Halloween, which is less than two months away. No door to door trick or treating because it's very difficult to maintain proper social distancing on porches and it front doors, especially in neighborhoods that have lots of trick or treaters. Also not permitted is something called trucker Trading where Children go from car to car instead of door to door Now, I've never heard of trunk or treating, but that sounds like some stranger danger right there. Gatherings or parties with non household members. That's not permitted, even if they're conducted outdoors, no carnivals, no festivals, no live entertainment and, of course, no haunted house attractions. In fact, the haunted hayride in Griffith Park is gonna be a drive through this year. So what is allowed You can have an online party in a contest like online zoom costume contest. You could be in. Ah, following car Parade, Khun even have Ah, dress up your car in a costume and have judges Judge it. You can have a Halloween movie night at the drive in theater. Maybe they go see earnest, scared, stupid Halloween theme meals at outdoor restaurants that that's something you can do as long as that restaurant is operating with the protocols that they operate outdoors. Even when it's windy out. Following themed art installations and outdoor museums that's going to be allowed. You're allowed to dress up your home with Halloween decorations, but you can't actually enjoy Any Halloween. Now It doesn't say anywhere that you can't eat candy. But imagine eating the amount of candy that the average person eats during Halloween, and you're not walking off those calories by trick or treating.
Hundreds Of Trump Supporters March Through Beverly Hills, Los Angeles, For Planned Rally
"Of President Trump turned out by the hundreds for March and rally through West Hollywood into Beverly Hills organizer said they wanted to push back against the radical left the destruction of property and the villain ization of law enforcement seem that some rallies and the killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis
2 California counties, once defiant, see virus cases rise
"The city of west Hollywood has initiated efforts to enforce a mask mandate patrols are out in force in west Hollywood California to make sure people have a face covering on every Ramirez is a captain with the Los Angeles county sheriff's department we made the decision collectively with the city council with the city manager and a public safety director to step up the game a little bit and start to enforce the rules and regulations so if you don't want to put on a mask we don't want to give us a patient but for people who absolutely refuse to wear a mask I can guarantee you they are going to receive a citation that will cost people three hundred dollars for the first offense to more than five hundred for a fourth violation the fines or administrative and not criminal charges I Shelley handler
"west hollywood" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Amid demonstrations against racial injustice and police brutality. I am here is your president to proclaim before the country? Before the world. This monument will never be desecrated thes heroes will never be their legacy will never ever be destroyed. Correspondent Joe Johns says. Thie Salute for America Celebration continues. The president will be back in Washington, D. C on Saturday for yet another celebration of the July 4th holiday, but will be scaled down compared to the celebration he had there. This time last year before the event in South Dakota. Word came that Trump's top fundraising official, Kimberly Guilfoyle, tested positive for the Corona virus. She also happens to be the girlfriend of the president's son, Donald Jr. As California Corona. Virus cases continue to surge correspondent DICKWAD reports. The state is enacting new restrictions to slow the spread, and they do not just apply to restaurants. You're no longer allowed anywhere in this state to sing in church and three cities round here, also just said they will start finding people who don't wear mosques when they're at about West Hollywood First defense 300 bucks. North Korea's foreign minister again said Pyongyang has no immediate plans to resume nuclear negotiations with the United States unless Washington discards what it describes as hostile policies toward the North. That statement comes after President Trump's former national security adviser John Bolton, said that Trump might seek another summit with Kim Jeong Eun ahead of the U. S election barbecue sack. Are you over 50. Would you like to get up to 33% More income in retirement? Been call now for this free book Annuity Do's and don'ts for baby boomers from a leading financial.
"west hollywood" Discussed on KCRW
"News events all over Los Angeles and southern California this is Larry mantle from KPCC live special coverage on KCRW we're gonna have a hard time getting people employed what we're doing right now is trashing her own community is not going to help matters now the National Guard about five hundred and national guards people are being sent to Los Angeles have you requested any for the county jurisdiction you lead actually we requested a thousand and we're gonna send five hundred to LAPD's jurisdiction they were gonna send five hundred to our county jurisdictions okay yeah and is is that going to be enough to stop what's going on do you think I would believe so it's a question of when we're using all of our resources we want to have sufficient reserves so we can cycle through and work from day to day what they call operational periods and the right now we have different areas of concern in in multiple locations so this will give us the flexibility to do things like aerial denial and force protection of our fire services for example same thing with places already been looted are they being broken into so we can then I. entrance of looters are going back to those locations so they will definitely be busy all right yeah I was talking with LA county sheriff Alex B. and wave a chef in a wave is there any thought been given to having a curfew in unincorporated LA county we haven't see the need to date and that we can always use a dispersal order and do it locally instead of having to affect the entire region with the with a curfew so I think that for now were were were happy with the guess using a failure to disperse as a mechanism to make arrests and force an action in an area versus broader a curfew what we're seeing right now is in L. A. P. D. area they are having a difficult time protecting the businesses along that Melrose business district and do you have any concern that your deputies are going to be able to protect the stores in west Hollywood well we have a large contingent of deputies bury what's how would already be deployed there assisting Beverly hills which is next door there and we're gonna keep a presence there and if more resources are needed were definitely going to send in their way so for now we're doing alright alright chassis and the way that and how many of your sheriff's deputies are working with LAPD are you are you into shared forces at this point yes we are shared forces forces they requested mutual aid from us and we supplied early on a a sheriff's response team we we send them about two hundred of our personnel with their all of their equipment in their response here and we sent those to the Fairfax area and you saw those specialty vehicles that were look like pickup trucks fortified and what they call the S. R. T. team so they were deployed early on and we send additional resources other squads and now we sent personnel to Beverly hills but for the same reasons how are your deputies yeah and your other personnel who were in the west Hollywood area how are they equipped what are the tear gas rubber bullets what what what are the equipped with all of our squads when we deploy them in the field are equipped with tear gas rubber bullets we have what they call sting ball grenades we have a these are all different forms of less lethal they also have tasers for example we have a variety of products are designed to not to harm people and that definitely get their attention and cause them to stop doing what they're doing all right sure of the in a way that thank you Sir anything that before we let you go yeah please everyone is listening if your if your kids are out there causing havoc give them a call tell me to come home right there's nothing left for anybody out there anymore Chad Alex bian away the Los Angeles county sheriff with us on eighty nine point three KPCC eighty nine point nine K. C. R. W. as we are simulcasting on two NPR member stations throughout southern California with an array of transmitters all the way from.
"west hollywood" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"The same household west Hollywood considering canceling the popular Halloween carnival because of Kobe nineteen west Hollywood mayor pro tem says one concern is a possible second wave of the virus in the fall and about fifteen hundred moms struggling with Kobe nineteen stay home orders in Santa Ana can check diapers off the worry list this mother's day hi good morning what size the food bank's deadly Anderson says they've had to ramp up diaper drive throughs and hand out since the pandemic began enough diapers to serve twelve thousand babies up to six hundred thousand diapers families pulling through say it's a godsend when I go back to the thirty cents each you know it's hard to get in touch with diapers and stuff like that some of the family members are not working so they collect unemployment so it's been very hard the diaper drive throughout mainstay mall will continue every Wednesday morning until the diapers run out in Santa Ana Corbin Carson KFI news which checking out a rack on the four oh five it's Redondo Beach on the four oh five north Inglewood Avenue not a big deal though the crash has been moved over the right shoulder really quickly and that you're driving north on four of five seal beach to Sherman oaks only about forty minutes no real delay their in Chino sixty eastbound at Ramona still big creek and the core point to watch for KFI in this guy's sponsored by injury attorney super woman super lawyer dot com Jeff by with the the one thirty four you betcha and it's a pretty good report really simply but Blundell over to to look like and all that both sides of the one thirty four a look at real good at getting up there we had a look at the five that it's rather slow northbound bills they pay whatever coming up from the ten the I. ten Sabatino freeway up towards the one ten the right lane is cold up there at the caltrate get ready do support but that's about it a little slow after that a good drive up to the one thirty four and as I speak to Robert beautiful mountain gate Country Club right now south outside looking good at the San Fernando Valley south four five north bound you get the heads up Caltrans is still working on the downhill side once you get past ball and start right after the one I want carpool to left there is some flowing at a lot of activities a lot of workers out so please slow down be careful going through injured in an accident this is super woman super lawyer dot com Jeff bokeh advise this guy and this guy helps get you there faster I'm robin banks this hour KFI is sponsored by some luxe southern California's best value in solar dial pound two fifty and say some locks the teachers in Denver a donated their stimulus checks to help.
"west hollywood" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"His west Hollywood apartment and the mother of the first man who died Jamelle more already has sued Iraq at Buck also facing criminal charges now in supplying the illegal drugs that these guys died from well now the second man who died Timothy dean his sisters are also generate oximeters Mr depraved all right well the Kate Stanley case in San Francisco has been at least partially thrown out by the parents lawsuit against the feds this is against the government remember the gun was stolen yet at all on force meant right car and the killing took place three and a half days later three days later and the feds are went to court in response lawsuit now as the judge tossed the whole thing and the judge against are the feds on this issue and they did there was just it was too far read of time the connection was too tenuous and I'll explain this later yeah or I want anyway that was all in a few days a higher to the shooting in and it changed hands at least one time so the judge said there's not enough of a connection between these the federal agent leaving his loading right on like that which was supremely negligent and it was out but usually in intervening act I will stop a lawsuit if it's big enough it's criminal that sort of thing yeah but the guy who shot Kate Stanley with that guy and said that he had never yet found it right so then he what he was saying I wasn't a guy's soul and that's that's and those are all the different connections that do you have to connect the dots specifically Hey are the outgoing president of Guatemala Jimmy moralis says he never made a deal with president trump to take asylum seekers remember the president said what if it's a quantum Allstate crosses from back into Mexico and then hit sowed the border deportation goes right back to Guatemala but Mexico has two eyes say yes to this and I and he said no I said.
"west hollywood" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"You know he's flying around west Hollywood and west Hollywood is quite a distance from where this fire is I any was there is literally you know flying around west Hollywood which is I'm a tell you exactly how far west Hollywood is from I almost to the mall in nearest mile how far this is but he's the beast flying over its twenty miles I know I'm sorry it's it's more than that it's thirty miles I let's see where's west Hollywood right there okay it's forty one miles west Hollywood is forty one miles from where this fire is burning if you flew there directly right as the parrot flies I like the crow anymore because frozen at the at the bird that you but the bird is rather annoying right is loud yes yes is that baby is not no good that died and the beautiful parrot as the parrot flies or as the McDonald's bird flies in a McDonald's has our own birds as low grade birds that eat French fries you don't see him anywhere outside McDonald the only place you see him is McDonald's their their own bird but anyway forty one point two miles from that fire to west Hollywood that's how far Tim Lynn was when he saw that fire that had to be massive and now he's over that fire and we'll keep an eye on it well I'm sorry we're gonna have to live I delay some of the gas we had hall of fame jockey Mike Smith was going to come out with but with us tonight two time Kentucky Derby winner Dogo Neil was going to come out of this night bye bye we got to keep an eye on this fire and for people that area they want all the information they can get and that is our job here kids so we're on top of the same Santa Paula fire with Timbaland on KTLA watching.
"west hollywood" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ
"It worked out, it worked out real well, but the fact that a matters he thought I was picking up some on Santa Monica boulevard, and it just didn't. I'm like, no anything wrong with it. I'm just saying I'm just say because I was in the heart of it. I was in the meat potato people. I was at the industry. So so he thought she was out there. Eddie Murphy in potato he kind of made that we kind of made a little bit of a joke, like that, you know, I'm like, no minutes, my wife right here dog. And she got she I just check right here. That's good. Not that it's anything wrong with your met, fans, making sure that, you know, our listeners know that we're just saying that was in your bag, but the bag is fine. But it turned out to be good. No ticket, and it was, I believe is see this is the bad. I don't have a car with me, some flat tire. But. That's for sure. The seven point five headline offer so hard and I believe is what is name would harden. Yeah. Like James harden. Yeah, I think it was hard. I was kind of, you know, I heard it, but I was kind of big sure everything was good. But I got his card and everything and, and tell them I give them a shout out to the to the west LA sheriff's department. He go did go to the West Hollywood, Hollywood shares apartment. They was real nice and took care of brother. You know, it makes you and I'm getting a ticket. And that's right. No, they probably wouldn't even pull you over swerving in the lane, he wasn't swear relied just moved in. He was on a Friday night when you move like that. That's what he said. You know, you wasn't like I was doing this. I just happen to move 'cause I leaned driving. Now Malini learn the car. Drifts in the car. Drifts, you know, he's two cars behind me. So he's like, wait a minute. I got one of these driving drunk, you know, we home man. It's like Santa Monica has got all those little signs. They crossing every thirty I know like come on y'all. Can't walk through the light just in the middle of blockages pedestrian crosswalk. But for Shoka for south thought I was giving any be put on the curb the trunk open doors wide open where you going where you going where you're gonna find. I swear I thought I was getting ready to get the sidewalk treatment, I was west. How would I would have saved you? Happens. We'll tell them what's out there. I have came. Gotcha. Always somewhere. Never called me. I was playing basketball. Friday night is a group of guys that get together in West Hollywood. A play ball at a local middle school and night the gym. Okay. All right. Headline in the morning. You took it already. Job. Kate. Little of interest started picking Saturday as even different copy that business card. Just in case something comes you like OJ your friends with the police. Well. Come on now. Put those two things together. That's not what your Brent wants us all the. No. He's a very young eighty six. Okay. This is to put that out there. He tweeted he knew. I think I say you'll Brennan, sharp nails. Not worried about it around it up to ninety I love gillibrand. You'll Brad Hammy right playboy all American AME. He picked me he had me selected is in the morning. Overall pick gave me one his highest grades and history, grain. I no problem with yours. He's the golden rule treat people how they treat you. Right. I'm not no problems. I thought you.
"west hollywood" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show
"Here in West Hollywood, California where I once appeared as a member of steel panther, correct? No, no, no. No, no. That was the ri-. You were. Sure, it is on next, Dan. Right. The sea from Craig? Yeah. So I'm just saying you can go to Craig's and then show up at the troubadour. We make some signs we come in caused disruption will Kevin be there. Oh, he Kevin probably travel. Kevin. Don't travel. Kevin look like me at the door. It's part of the coffee house tour with MAC Kosta and Matt hockey coffeehouse tour. I've been in the troubadour. There was no coffee he'll twenty fifth. That's time. The troubadour many many many moons ago in the coffee little whiskey and. Oh my gosh. We go. What do I do there? What am I going to do? They're taking up. First of all, I'm not giving in my money. I'm a to you're supplying. I'm not giving him my money. So he could look look how popular a great my music is showing not doing that. And the one who I do what are we doing? I'm there. We heckle him heckle him. What do you mean? Heckle him. I don't another. I don't really like I would spend my time. I'm I'm a father of three like, I'm actually leave the kids at home. What am I going? What are you going to? I'm going to go heckle, James. That'd be pretty funny. The Nick so the Knicks. It'll be forum. So I can go to continental take our money. We need to come up with a better plan. If he's coming here to Los Angeles. We've got to come up with a better plan. Should we stand outside or just like just say that we're from Mike del tufo, you're now you're Mike Delvecchio of Stutz come of some magazine, you want interview on his on his music, and then we get a video camera, and we shoot it. And then daily show style, you start asking him about Fidel, and all that sort of stuff and see how it goes like that. I know we shouldn't walk through the front door like this little little little out here. But something like that like more next level scared of Kevin. Kevin's going to be going to beat there. He's here in LA. No, or we just say come on in and vitamin vitamin. Let's talk. Oh that would be. That's all. I would love nothing since some shot. I would love nothing. More than to ask him like normal really pointed questions is a Knicks fan than I want answers to to try and have a raprochement between him and Oakley. Yes. Raprochement with him in Oakland and have an and bring them together. So I can feel comfortable about going back to the garden. I'm more than happy to have him sit in this chair. I wouldn't I wouldn't I wouldn't badge the witness. What if we offer him a chance to play song here? Yeah. Okay. Butter them up a little and then and then suddenly we get subpoenaed by this lawsuit or something like that. I don't even know what that means. We'll quash it. That's another good fun. Where quash quashes a great word. I like squash. Yes. All right. Let's take a break. Time calls to wrap up this Thursday show. You one more autumn over there. I just a fun one. So there was a there was a winter winter fell wedding sorts last night in Las Vegas. Sophie turner. You know, she's engaged Joe Jonas. And so after the billboard music awards last night, they rolled into a chapel and the whole religion city, married. Inveighing got married by an Elvis impersonator hip blow, the DJ documented the whole thing on his Instagram live account, the official photographer what? And they got hit night. Is that right, correct? Yeah. What a life. She leads the Jonas's leave. Dip, low leads words. I never thought I would ever say which which Jonas brother wedding. Do you prefer courses? Other brother, married preoccupied Chopra. Oh, wow. Does your fair multimillion dollars?.
"west hollywood" Discussed on Bunny Ears
"Psycho real Ghostbusters, though that was the ninety show Sean couch there were there were couple episodes of the real Ghostbusters that were genuinely creepy. Really? Yeah. The toys more than most toys R, us toys were amazing ahead. Give me ego and make any kind of face you could and the and the. Climber. Fanny pack. Yeah. You're you're pack. I can tell that. I was I mean who wasn't at that. Packs were totally jealous. Look. Back then. Yeah. Catholic school. I think thrown up on fanny packs there. Actual uniforms. It's bring it back. I think every kid should wear one or. None of them or everyone. I distinctly remembering the day that I wore my fanny pack is when they decided I need to go to like some child psychologist at school, my go on because like my parents, divorced or something like that where I was like, I didn't need it. But like the school is being really overly nice about it. And I just remember being bombed out that sweet pack like aid and had to be in this room. Like the other kids whose like parents got divorced or something. One other kid Mason, pursell bitter, shadow to Mason. Yeah. I'm used to find a good cash. They had mandated therapy and your. It was it was going to be really sensitive to kids who might need a little extra help. So they'd like have you like the same with like if they had like a speech issue? But it wasn't is your parents divorce. It was. Got divorced. So. Yeah. I thought they were like girls wearing fanny pack rain here. Maybe. Good no way that it was being wasted that day in like this little groups. I wanted to show it off to the school. But instead I was in a special group for the afternoon. Here's the thing about the nineties because you brought up parents getting divorced divorce. Never minds me the nineties. Yeah. And this the nineties view because I remember very vividly reading about a collie coal divorcing his parents and going four kids got it going on. Shit. Here's the solution. And I I promise you MAC at I couldn't have been the only kid that definitely screamed at his parents, alter voice you. My mom, literally went good fucking luck. I thought it was gonna turn the movie north. I wish. Guys, we should probably wrap probably Hungary and everything like that. And it's been about that surf till we shut high on. Really bad now gone protein in the I can tell. So let's let's say, here's thank you. Everybody for coming. The. The bunny ears. Here's to each other jeers to. Cheers. I'll do some plugs timeouts. All right, guys. It's been real here during the bunny ears podcasts at saved by the max, I'm actually gonna leave these guys exactly where they are. And just take my leave. So anyway, you should probably shit. Pretty thinking. Well, fuck it. He doesn't do the plugs. Anyway. So thank you. Everybody for listening and for coming and follow us on all of this -ocial years web bunny ears podcasts on Instagram. You can find MacAulay Kokin. Add cocoa mania and incredible at whatever platforms those are on social media to plug now. Great. Stew. I can't follow that. Yeah. You can find me its venture on Instagram and lots curious about stooge, just like I go place you would around poll. Bullshit. I like to dress. Shoots a motorcycle in Los Angeles couldn't poll now. Hi, stale wave. Religiously everyone said, no. Said yes, follow him on on social media and just telling him no every single day that you see him on a motorcycle. Thank you guys for coming out yourselves. You've all been lovely. What does he say suck Dicks? Take picks. Go. The is. Sticks and send it. Bills. Easy. Said it's eight four easy. This is Leslie, and I just wanted to your way hotter than Devasakula or JT's. So, you know. Gene singing, the song of any green. It is views. The people who when not as. Would be thing of your heart echoes beaching drum. There is about to stuff grew. Grew on your face. Gerbils downhill. Boise back. I'm doing boys. You'll match choose geek love podcast. Take it. Fine. To the pun the rent..
"west hollywood" Discussed on Bunny Ears
"Just choose one of these. Okay. Just do it. Now. She's real quick. You got. Guys. It was it was New York City. Okay. You can still hear you. You're picturing picture. I think about no picture, you know, moving. You're picturing skyline the skyline picture go down into the into the city. No the apartment they'll look at the apartment move out of the apartment into the city streets. You see old cobblestone streets and old buildings. Is that right? Maybe smell smell smell smell picture the smell. Oh, it's at Bredon mixed with urine. Yes. Oh my God. Let's okay. Let's move. Let's move up up think about ICS skyline tower looking over the skyline. Yes. Are you? Are you thinking of Paris? I'm in Paris. Did they go? Yeah. Thanks max. Oh shit. Oh shit. It's max who is this guy. That's an on stage and the original max good evening. Uh-huh. Where should I sit share Gers squeeze him? Here Stu off with he's tribute nothing. So far. Awesome. Thank you so much for it was lighting me. They said they wanted to real Macs here. And so here, I thank you. I didn't know you were even a fan of say by the m a huge say by the Bill fan, especially season one. That's the one that your that's one of the main sees a couple of the others. But. Yes. Yes. The rabbit out of my hat, or whatever. So you would be perfect just do this. Because people forget me. This doesn't this? Look just like the max on the teller. Right. How do you feel if you've been here before I have the grand opening here? And then the owners they had put this up in Chicago about two years ago. And I went there and helped open it up the first time, I saw it. I was just so blown away. But it's just every detail is perfect. It's just amazing into the bathrooms. Well, that's how. Let's go now. Last two trying to drag people to the bathroom. Always toilet joke. You still do magic. Right. I still do magic I appear sometimes at the magic castle. There. I became a member of the magic castle when I was thirteen years old junior program, and you have to be twenty one to really be a member, but they've junior program, and I guess at that time there were about twenty kids in the group, and we got to study what the top professionals at that time like Doug Henning, and David Copperfield and Siegfried and ROY and on and on thirteen Siegfried, ROY were they were they were little masters that would come and sort of, you know, teach us on guys and gals the allusions, and whatever, and it was so fun. You know, Siegfried would come in. And and he would say all right. I'm going to teach you some magic and you'll make Tiga appeared out of nowhere. And then would come up. Yes. And if he's Vati special Tiga, you'll make him appeared on the table that's into the table. So these guys are just they're just nutty guys. Yeah, they come out and would teach us these these crazy things, but we were so blessed to. Any tigers? Wait. Actually, what did a tiger in your mind. Right giant tiger. Kitty litter box is what appeared under the table, not the same same but still safer. Certainly saver..
"west hollywood" Discussed on Bunny Ears
"Who all streaming on Hulu, I have my girlfriend is through a lot of. Does have a girlfriend. See it or not hard not interested in tiny to both mart and attractive. Smarter detracted mysterious way. She literally said to me recently. Like, I love you because you're funny and how he's like yet. Tell take it the soul. The sole joke. Funny funny. I'll take it. Still still still got an Sean. And she just left. Okay. So in terms of cartoons. I'm trying to think if there's anything I would have watched that by. Would've have any marsupials in it. Came to ru. I mean, I watch Power Rangers. But I was also prime generation fire injures, I was also like primed on racial Spice Girls to movie spice world, love the Spice Girls. I love the Spice Girls so much. Not even funny. Okay. Who's your favorite throw a little spice? Essence you you up to. She was like, Jack she would fucking you never heard them and say they like forty never. When I was younger. I was probably to ginger she had the boobs like when I like now I go like what sporty like she wanted. She was the best one. She was like she had the most the most sporting. She was the most boarding. She was the toughest. She was the baddest of the girls scary spice tried to be that. I love her accent like new. That's like she's from from like northern. I can't do that's northern northern England. Fargo new let's minute. Thank you. Kinda what supports placed on general. I'll tell you what I really really Irby's all over you not that far from what she like. A different accent in the Spice Girls. She does she has a little bit more of men juster thing going on. That are the Spice Girls here. Shit, gentlemen, babies mine. Spice was prince Harry's favorite favorite Spice Girl that why? Why? How much? Just no one of those things. One of those things you just know absorb through us most feel it you watch. Do you watch a lot of sitcoms in the nineties? Did you watch a lot of late night like? All right. What was your favorite show on the TGIF lineup? Small wonder was. That on that. I want. Holidays. Small wonder was great though. Yeah. Had a wrong wrong decade full hundred strangers was one of my favorites. Extent strangers wasn't that eighties. Into the nineties. Overlap. There bounty Bellevue. Hanging with Mr. Cooper. Sister sister. Tamara think you actually shine. We should use this juncture as a plug for our part. We. It's funny. You bring that up. It's funny that I brought up ninety s sitcom almost like to bring it up. So Sean areas lean discovered that our mutual favourite show with the nanny the nanny. That's right. The nanny. We are launching podcasts. It's coming to the bunny ears now work it's called the neon cast. That's right. I the Niimi and you say nanny. Okay, ready one three nanny casts, and then I go I'm not going to do it in for all these peek into it. Now. Any and we're going to go through every single episode episode one this season one all the way to the finale, which was the if you remember not great..
"west hollywood" Discussed on Bunny Ears
"People love dog. Over here was like. You're never going to do it. But they did it. Like rugrats? Yes. Rugrats all day, all real monsters. Which was a which was not I feel like not as popular but was twice as good as any of those other shows duck who's better face duck fans. Okay. Well, here's one I will be surprised if you watch the secret files or the mystery secret files of Shelby, well, yeah. After months, no idea. What that is. You see there was going to be places where we weren't intersex nineties though. Absolutely, Alex Mack. I never really watched world of Alex. Also be on my time. World of Alex Mack was kind of what saved by the bell. Was that was my secret like watch. Watch that you Ida younger, brother. So like, I was watching some younger sisters never saw that show. Great show. It was I five kit. Yeah. Yeah. What was it? What was it about the premises? Alec. They say I think in the lake theme song episode. I remember. But basically, she's like walking home one evening and literally put it to a tune at least. Jay was welcomed home, Monday toxic. I'll just I can't things. I'm just daredevil. Origin stories. She was blind. It's the prizing. She didn't become blind. Because what happens there is a VAT of toxic waste spills on her life, basically journal or the toxic vendor. Inventor truck built and she gets coded and talk the good and she walks home. And she basically realized she. Inconvenient. And printing. What's that flash? Anyway, hurt she realized that she can literally like melts into gelatinous sort of metallic blob go very one thousand dollar anywhere. She wants much very good call and then to get re materialized, and I think she could also like move things or Stella Connecticut works, and so she had a secret life. She had her bath Frenchie and older kind of a drag. But whatever and like. Kids who kind of an early introduction to Saifi what terrible TV shows that you watch. As a kid flipping off, Sean. Always slipping. His or there is. Well, again, I think it was saved by the bell was definitely like my secret. I washed a little bit of the first season of Power Rangers. But. Same. I was a little for reinsurers teen fourteen to it might own that. I had giant robots and the robots combined into a bigger it was like voltron live action. It was the closest we were ever going to get at that time. Now, we'll probably get like who is your favorite ranger green wall. Leads me. What's become the white? No jason. Seasons. Red sox. Bath male ranger. Differentiations of Mel ranger. Okay. I was Jason captain, America's the best. Venture. What I know that's division. Who said that said it? Yes stores the best adventure. I know he's so handsome because Chris about that bunch. It's not even sure. Sure, just Chris venture ragnarok easily my favorite of all the vendor moves. But now, we're not even in the nineties. Good. What was your favorite ranger yellow three name? Yeah. You'll eat training. We already talked about how depressing this before to trend recipes. She died. Depressed backstage..
"west hollywood" Discussed on MYfm 104.3
"Valentine in the morning. This is one of four three myfm, dude. I just started to try and get your dad on the full line for the topic. We're gonna have will he might be in surgery or something. But I think your dad would be funny to explain this wedding crashers situation that you are producer totally disagree with. But he thought was talked down on the air before never. He's a huge fan. I love the show with me sounds like a really nice guy. Even with what you say. I'm so anxious to see if his voice is similar to Brian right, right? How many octaves above Nora? Amtrak train headed from Seattle to Los Angeles. Imagine if you're on board this train here. It's been stuck in the snow outside of oakridge Oregon for forty hours finally on the move again train hit a tree that had fallen onto the tracks on Sunday night leaving one hundred eighty three passengers inside stranded. Amtrak made the decision to keep the passengers on the train because power was out in the city. Heavy snow another down trees made it very difficult for crews to reach a trailer. They finally did about an hour. Go train is on the move all one hundred eighty three passengers vilely heading to their destination. Fulfilling the joke of how long does Jake for the train to go from. Yeah. Yeah. That's a nightmare. This morning. The federal government lost its second court challenge to eighteen eighty five billion dollar merger with Time Warner the massive deal has already begun to reshape much of the media industry. Justice department lawyers have argued that the combination of the two companies will reduce competition in her consumers. It's possible. The agency will escalate the case to the supreme court, but it's already been kind of put together for a while now, and they're making changes based on that as well as difficult to unravel something like that. Earthquakes, jolting parts of LA county early this morning two point. Oh, shook West Hollywood, but one thirty five and fifteen minutes later three point five rattled Norwalk. That doesn't seem like much. But sometimes it does depend on the depth of the quake versus the actual number.
"west hollywood" Discussed on No Jumper
"We can't date. Yeah. Well, if you can't battle him then. I. He's gonna wanna battle. No. But toy lanes. Also, I'm going to be honest. He the way he got his hairline, redone and just talks about it and doesn't give a shit makes jokes about it. And makes me want to do it. So if you see me with a nice hairline, and I don't have a hat on on. A bad, you still have hair? Yeah. I mean, I have hair. It's just really the front is the focal point. I've seen way works. Oh, yeah. Definitely. I've seen way whereas too. But I mean shit was docked up and now he's good. Yeah. Look back on pictures. But I don't know like I mean for him. It's like a different thing. He's got a different haircut that he's committed to for the rest of his life. Probably know probably not they're not going to get me. The same hairs that they gave him. No. That's a big no-no. Okay. So what else are we talking about? When you excited about in your life at this point, buying a condo soon. Really? Don't shed what kind of area. Are you trying to move to why live and we hope in a buying? We have. Okay. So you can't be one of those girls all the way out there in the valley. I can't do the valley. Flex your soul out. Really sucks. You solo. So people would say that West Hollywood sucks. Your soul out either way. I can the boring over there. Oh, I completely agree with the boring home. Oh, I know you can get so much more for your money. But all I do is spend money on food and working out. Let me live and by fucking overprice condo in West Hollywood. But if you're still concerned about money, and you don't seem like you're being super social why not does five here. I like going and sitting overpriced coffee shops and people watching a like going the air ones spending all my money on the healthy food there. That's the culture at the it's the whole experience into it. I'm into instead of going out to the club. I'm going to air one and spin class and Pilates and just I love West Hollywood. You think you have to stay obsessed with working out in order to stay high quality in the industry into your thirties. Because that's one thing. I think I notice about every girl that is still working. Is that they're all workout nuts? It just depends on what's trendy like when I first started porn. It was like super skinny girls at didn't eat anything and nobody worked out. So that's what they look like. Now, it's like thicker girls who do work out and lift that's all they do group. Woo one stereotype of the types of things that people are casting. Now's a little healthier. Yeah. For sure. Yeah. That's good bobble industry in general. I think I like the fact that we discussed that the porn industry is crumbling because of the Snapchat industry. How long they all start trying to get their own chunk of it though. That's the question. They all have their own snapshots now browsers has their own porn hub has their own in. They have girls takeover. And they're also, you know, having premiums as well. So they're trying to get their money's worth to who knows how long Snapchat is going to stay around. But even so I'll still have content and use it as like an uploading videos. It doesn't have to be on Snapchat. It just gave me the key of like, here's what you do. You have your own shit. You already have a big enough name. I can make all my own stuff. I don't need to shoot for companies, bro. I already have the name. So. It's kind of like whatever come well. Think about how musicians used to sell their music and who's getting chunk of that the record label, the record store, etc. There's all these like inbetween gobbling up a chunk of the money. Now, these artists, you know, some of them still signed the labels and stop at they're basically just selling straight to consumer and the only person really taking a chunk of it is apple so it used to be this little store this record label etcetera. Now, it's no the biggest tech company in the world is the only other person seeing a percentage of your sales on music, besides the labels, usually. So there's a label, but I mean as kind of crazy, but it's such a this really bothers me too..
"west hollywood" Discussed on Bravo TV's Daily Dish
"So I kind of got where she was coming from. Right. And I mean, you shouldn't have to disclose you've had sex with right? What did you think of Tom now that we finally got to see it? I love it. I think it's really really cool. I'm really happy for the guys because they've been waiting so long Sandoval. Of course, cried. We knew he was going to. But actually saying it like on camera and not just kind of in the pictures. Like I've seen most of it. I'm like, yeah. I wanna go there. Well, as I have been there, it is even more gorgeous in person just so many like little details. Dislike Lisa Vander pump is a master at what she does. She really knows what to do. And I think she's really like totally monopolized that corner of West Hollywood in the best way possible. You know, like, I think each place kind of has its own unique personality, but they're all like, very similar and kind of have the same feeling like you, you can tell that. They're all part of something bigger. I feel like okay way. So if villa Blanca is where you take your wife, sir is where you take your mistress pump is where you take your boyfriend. What are you taking tom-tom your first Tinder date flu? Or first grinder dated is West Hollywood. That I wanna go. There's only one thing. I love more than a Bravo. Liberty and it's Bravo fan because the pro fans get it. You guys have a lot of opinions. But here's the thing we wanna hear them. So we have a survey. There's a Lincoln the description, basically, tell us what your favorite shows. Are. We wanna know what you guys wanna see is it early access to trailers before they come out. Do you wanna phone call from Lisa Vander, pomp, check the description? We have a survey in there, and you can give us your feedback. Okay. We are here with a very special guest, the one the only John Thrasher. Hi, everybody. Hello told everybody who I am yet. No kind of on the beginning. You have been on this podcast before. Throw. It was ages ago. People probably need a reintroduction. Now, we know co host of Martinez and murder. Tell us about that podcast. We'll do it with Darren who's Andy's assistant, and she is a handful. She will be on the show. I think of actually right. I think you guys have something booked with. Yeah. Policy in. Yeah. Everything's great. What what should I say about the show? It's a family friendly true crime podcast. And I say that as in. It's not no, it's not family friendly. I was trying to make it sound. I've heard it's not at all. You're right. Well, what I should say is it's not the sort of heavier type of true crime podcast. It's not gory. It's not dark. It's not Deepa can be gory actually at times. But it's not one of those things where you're going to take your headphones out and have nightmares. You know, we try to talk about true crime in a way that people can enjoy the Jon Rao without having nightmares later on. So and also we just needed an excuse to drink at work. I think so we were like how can we put our minds together and do that. And that's where the podcast came from. We should have had a MARTINI waiting for you. I know you guys we'll going on over here. We shoulda brought some for you guys actually that that would have been more proprio. I will say though, I was a guest on a recent episode and John and Darren had these craft cocktails in front of them..
"west hollywood" Discussed on Coming Out Stories
"I don't think they ever will cut loafing that must've been mall the further I yet for the first little bit. I mean, having again be being the oldest of six having all that family, and that those people you've grown up with your whole life kind of turn their backs on us like a slap in the face. But then they realize new family here, my partner, I had my sister-in-law's. And I have every Friday have here around. I'm in this area. That just really is my my surrogate family, and they're the ones that love and support me unconditionally. And it's who I appreciate the most sometimes blood isn't of them will definitely not in this situation. And I feel especially here in West Hollywood also in Los Angeles, we have to kind of find the people that do because LA is as progressive as it is has about eight thousand homeless elderly to youth. That are kicked out for one reason or another or shunned by their families. So I mean, it's not like it's uncommon especially in places progressive as Los Angeles and West Hollywood, it's a it's unfortunate that it's a it's a regular thing at times. And we just want people to know that no matter where you are what you come from. You'll always have family here with people that love and respect and can understand you because you know, what I think a little people might. Hey historian think. That's depressing. I'm not gonna come out with my family, if that's the risk, but I guess no regrets. Right. No, no regrets at all. And honestly, I was more miserable. Lying to myself in lying to everyone else pretending to be someone that I knew I wasn't and someone that that was why it was so hard to do obviously it's not an easy choice. But quite frankly, the moment, I started being myself and had really admitting to myself. Hey, there's nothing wrong with me. You are beautiful. You are you. And this is who you're meant to be as the Mohan, I accepted, and recognized that my life got a whole lot easier. Most just walking through the streets of West Hollywood hair you aware. Frown on emblazoned with the words empress of West Hollywood. So you've done yourself. Really, exactly. I mean again, it wasn't an overnight success. But I mean, I just I was around people that said that but supported me it breaks, my craziness, and whatever form may be and just really loved me. Unconditionally speak -til pro sisters. I try to I have one of them. That's still talks to me. The other ones are again, they have an ulterior motive they talked me. It's all brought around about will you need it find Jesus, and blah, blah, blah, and don't really have time for that. I mean that they're not going to be uplifting to me and actually give like care about what they're wanting to say about me and my future. I don't want to have the negativity in my life v. I have one brother. I'm actually it'd be seeing him at the end of this year with his family. So it is. I mean, again, you just you take your victories where you can get him. I know especially I mean, I'm Hispanic. So I know the Latino community has a really hard time because of Catholic religious. Background and stuff like that. So it's it comes to religious family. It's never an easy choice. But honestly, you'll never be happy in.
"west hollywood" Discussed on KCRW
"In West Hollywood appointments available now. This is press play. I'm Madeline brand new you've probably seen Amy cheryl's portrait of Michelle Obama. The former first lady is wearing a big flowing. Dress her chin resting on her hand the backdrop in baby blue, then there's Kahinda Wylie's painting Barack Obama suit sitting in a chair. Green leaves all around him and other African American artists Kerry, James Marshall, recently toured the country with a retrospective of his paintings. It was a blockbuster show. So African American artists are becoming more visible, but those gains are recent if you look at the past decade works by black artists are just two point three percent of all acquisitions at dozens of prominent museums around the country. That's according to recent data, crunching by art net news and a podcast called. In other words, we're gonna talk about this now with Naomi Beckwith. She's a curator at the museum of contemporary art in Chicago. Hi there. Hi, how are you? Madeleine. I'm fine. So does that number two point three percents surprise you? It did to be honest. But I think I've been lucky in my career and that I have worked with an app museums that have been a bit more intentional about including African American artists in their collection. But if I were to think about the breadth of museums around the country, then maybe it isn't so surprising. And so you're saying that a museum needs to be intentional in how it curates and how it collects can you flush out a little bit. Every museum has a focus. Oftentimes, those focus or foci are dependent upon who's working there. And as we've also seen from statistics, many museums don't have curious of color working there. It's imperative that institutions look at their own blind spots, you really have to pay attention to the programming. You create the artists you show. And of course, the work you collect into the institutional permanent collection. I wonder if there's kind of a vicious circle about it because I want to create shows that'll be popular. And if they put on artists who are popular and well known people will come to the shows, and and they'll make money, and so that sort of reinforces showing artists that are already in the public eye and those artists are by and large white. That is true. There is a kind of economic reality to what will sell to an audience. But I think there's two things to remember. There have been plenty of exhibitions that have shown well and sold. Well in terms of tickets that have represented artists of color and international artists. You started the program speaking about Kerry's aims Marshall that was a blockbuster show for us at the museum of contemporary, art. And also a blockbuster when it went to the Metropolitan Museum in New York as well as the museum of contemporary art in LA, the second things are really remember is the art on view doesn't necessarily have to be the art that you collect the works that go into music collection will be the things written about the things taken care of the things that people come to research, and the things that go on view every once in a while either in that museum, or maybe it's going to be lent to another museum, but a collection itself also tells the story of art history, so talk about the curator part of this because there are very few curator's who are people of color. I believe in a recent survey found that only four percent of museum curator's in the United States are black sixteen percent or people of color. So how is that? Going to be changed. I do think museums can do a better job of making sure that they're bringing in people who can tell stories that are outside of the mainstream stories that museums often default back to Canada museum self about you eight and say we've been telling the story of a specific kind of art, let's say sculpture, but we've only been telling that story from the perspective of North America or western Europe. Can we ask ourselves? What's been happening in Latin America, what's been happening in Africa? What's been happening with communities of color across the United States? You have to hire people. But you also have to be open to believing that those stories are just as valid as the ones that we traditionally been telling in museums and in schools, so we're talking about contemporary art or a lot it's conversation. As is it easier to try to crack this through contemporary art, because maybe people are more open to alternative means of expression and use of materials. It's easier for me for the very simple reason that the artists happening in real time that you have access to the artists right there in front of you, and you can go into the studio and do research on the work. That's being made today. And in the most exciting cases, at least for me as a curator you can work with the artist to create work as well. These things are incredibly exciting. Can you give me an example of how you tried to push this idea tried to get an exhibition of a particular artist up and the difficulties you may have encountered or red box. I mean, I, you know, you don't want to call anyone out and give to details. And so maybe I'll speak more generally because I also have to say I've been fairly I've been fairly fortunate, but I do know of stories anecdotes and have seen situations where there are multiple roadblocks. One of them has been is this artists important is this work of quality these questions often pose to artists of color and to be Frank. They usually coda terms quality is usually a term levied against artists when it doesn't look as it should in terms of let's say the art history were used to the second question is who's going to support it cannon institution raise money to show this work or collect this work. Another factor. Essentially is can we talk about this with any sort of authority? What if we don't have a team that includes someone of color, and that means maybe you need to bring in a guest curator? Maybe you need to bring and other people to sub. All of that expertise. And the last factor that I've seen that's become a roadblock is that sometimes institutions have such good intentions. They don't evaluate enough to realize that maybe they're not putting work that intention. So one thing that I've done at the CIA is actually do diagnose. I've done a diagnostic of our collection to make sure that we're putting our money where our mouth is so to speak and making sure that the numbers of artists of color that we're pulling in are actually increasing. When we say that it is is it after you. Yes incrementally. Yeah. I did my diagnostic eight incrementally. And I have to say even then there are vast areas of improvement. But again, you have to make sure that facts are backing up the rhetoric that's there and happily. My team has been receptive to that. So where are you are you focusing on what needs some help in your museum? African American ours may have been increasing Latinos and Asian artists were declining in that sense. I thought it was really important to say that you can't start sacrificing one for the other and the be a kind of competition that you need to put pressures across the board on what it means to be American in some cases, or what it means to be global and others, and we need to keep all those numbers afloat and not sort of start trading one for another. It's important to point out to you that this is not as Eero some game that if you know artists of color increase than all of a sudden white artists somehow are losing still there is a limited pool of money, and you have to choose what you're gonna spend your money on. Absolutely. And some people make hard decisions, for instance. The Baltimore museum of art, actually, the accession some works and then use that money to acquire younger artists. Other institutions have just come up with very specific quotas. What I intend to do. And I think what I hope happens for many of the artists, especially as. More artists and Curators of color. Come into institutions is that you advocate. Advocate, advocate, and that advocacy are the things that's going to change collections. Okay. So give us a couple of artists that you're really into that. You're advocating for here's actually a great example. That's happened. In is still happening. I curated a show by an artist. Name Howard Dean Appenzell that opened a little under a year ago in Chicago. And it's still traveling and one thing that happened in advance of the show even being considered for the MTA's that we started collecting the work by this woman. Howard Dean is an amazing example for me of an artist who moves from incredibly modernist abstract work, really beautifully experimental extract work into the contemporary age. And you see the story. She tells change you see her materials chains, she actually traces post war American art for us. It's the history just really in this one body of work. And so I'm really excited to be able to tell that story. But also, make sure the work comes into the collection, even before the show's going view, and then after the show goes on view still. Collecting that body of work. How did you find? Oh, she was someone who came to me when I was quite young as a student. She's famous for making a really important video called free white and twenty one and she did exactly the work in that video that I think I was trying to explain maybe not as elegantly see did which is to say that even when people of color have sometimes been included institutions as artists as curator's as writers, their voice can still be ignored and subsumed, and she made this video as a warning to other feminists actually other white feminists to say that to have me in the room isn't enough. I need to be empowered and many feminists artists came across this work. Many people of color came across his work and founded a great inspiration. But what I realized is that if you weren't an art school, you probably didn't know her name. If you weren't a curator or museum professional you may not have known her name. So it was important to me to make a show that said there is this important voice in the art world that did more than just made this incredible video. She has set out an entire trajectory history painting. That's Neil me back Beckwith. She's a curator at the museum of contemporary art,.