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"westchester mall" Discussed on KFC Radio
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"westchester mall" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Quick. Take these. He's a Bloomberg business Flash. Stocks. You're still up, but not by as much as they were just a while ago. The SNP has added to its 11% November rally trains 24% below the 30 Day average for this time today in the NASDAQ has jumped 1.2%. Let's take a look. Exactly where the markets are right now. Real time yes, and fees up 3/10 of a percent of 10. The Dow is up 1/10 of a percent of 40 and the NASDAQ's up 9/10 of a percent of 108. 10 years up 9 30 seconds with a yield of 300.85% was Texas Intermediate. Crude oil is down 8/10 of a percent of 45 35 a barrel with Comex gold down one of the quarter percentage, 17 88 70 announced. The dollar yen. One old €408 about 1953 in the British found a dollar 30 to 99, U K and European Union officials will resume face to face trade negotiations this weekend, the midst last minute warnings from both sides of large disagreements that could scuttle the trade deal. Minister Boris Johnson says there are substantial an important differences to be bridged. That's a Bloomberg business Flash. I'm Gregg Jarrett. You're listening to Bloomberg Markets with Paul Sweeney and Carol Measure on Bloomberg Radio. You're listening to Bloomberg markets on this black Friday, and it is the season for holiday shopping. We know, though, this year it is not about doorbuster deals this year. It is about Shopping in a social distancing world and Paul. I know you and Bonnie Quinn talked earlier, Dana tells e. She said the consumers pretty healthy. Yeah, exactly right. And they're looking forward. Despite all the craziness in the world here, the consumer does has some little liquidity as well. Yeah, well, let's let's get to somebody who's got a front row seat on all of this. Jim Fallon is editorial director of Women's Wear Daily. He joins us on the phone from Terry Town, New York, So, Jim Great to have you here with Paul in myself, the Westchester Mall not too far from you guys. But As we're hearing colleagues they're sending in there talking about the malls and Riverhead and so on and so forth the outlets. Everything's very quiet. It's a very different black Friday this year. Extremely different, and I think it's going to be a very different holiday season all overall. I mean, it's if any time is going to be an online holiday. This is the year and the question is, Will it ever go back to what it used to be? So, Jim, you know, I think it was as we've heard from retailers. Really? Of the last several years. We've heard about this concept of Omni Channel. Kind of, you know, being online bricks and mortar, You know, Talk to us. What? Omni Channel. Means to you and how we're seeing that play out this holiday season. Well, they were on the channel basically is now utilizing your brick and mortar assets in a way that is going toe pretty.
"westchester mall" Discussed on P&L With Pimm Fox and Lisa Abramowicz
"We know though this year it is not about doorbuster deals this year. It is about shopping in a social distancing world. Paulino you and vonnie quinn talked earlier. Dana tells e she said the consumers pretty healthy yet exactly right and they're looking forward despite all the craziness in the world here the consumer does have some liquidity as well. Yeah well let's let's get to somebody who's got a front row seat on all of this. Jim fallon is editorial director of women's wear daily. He joins us on the phone from tarrytown new york so jim great to have you here with pollen myself the westchester mall. Not too far from you guys. But as we are hearing colleagues are sending in. they're talking about the malls and riverhead and so on and so forth the outlets. Everything's very quiet. It's a very different black friday this year extremely different and i think it's going to be a very different holiday season overall. I mean it's if any time is going to be an online holiday. This is the year and the question is. Will it ever go back to what it used to be so dramatic. I think it was as we've heard from retailers really over the last several years we've heard about this concept of channel kind of being online bricks and mortar. You talk to us. What omni channel means to you and how we're seeing that play out this holiday season. Well they were omni channel basically is now utilizing your brick and mortar assets. In a way that is going to pretty much drive traffic to your website. I mean i am deloitte or Or adobe predicted one hundred sixteen percent increase in Buy online pickup in store. Curbside pickup. so you're seeing walmart. You're seeing target. You're seeing all these retailers. Really using their store base to fulfill orders from online Especially with the surgeon online orders and worries over deliver in things like that so whereas omni channel used to be. Oh you know we have our store and we also have our website and we're bringing into together. Now it's really. How can we use our store base to fulfil orders from online and yes customers might come in but not in the numbers that they used to. Yeah i listen. I got to say to you i. I've done a shopping and the packages. I've warned our team today. That i got to listen for the door when packages or drop because we have some porch pirates in the neighborhood so got to be careful and get them. But what's interesting in your neighborhood. It's a good neighborhood. It's just they know the packages that are delivered a really good too. But what's interesting is. When i order i think about what's the exchange policy. How easy it. How much is it going to cost for shipping back and forth because i love shopping online but often ordering multiple sizes and doing things like that but i look at the store policies and that really determines where i shop a lot. Now that's a very good point. And i think consumers are going to become more and more wary and informed about those types of things and also the key crunch point is the delivery times and you know i think predictions are now that pretty much december eleventh is going to be the cutoff. I keep hearing different opinions on the one hand. A lot of people say oh. Consumers are much more forgiving. They recognize the crunch on retailers And so of packages don't arrive on time. They're much more forgiving. And i keep thinking to myself. They're forgiving until december twenty four..
"westchester mall" Discussed on Heather Dubrow's World
"Scroll Back so you? Have had a lot of. Different avenues that you have started to go back to explain to everyone you know where you went to college where you into grand schooling I grew up in New York I grew up in suburb of Manhattan. Yes. Very close to each. Other that's the is that Lord and Taylor still there by the way. I'M! The one you're talking about. I don't know I haven't been to that one recently. Well now. You have the Westchester Mall. Yes, that was a big big. Yeah, it's an. It's still kind of overwhelming when I go there. Yeah, we used to have to go to the Stamford Mall I. Remember the Galleria They Galleria where you'd get Zeppelin. Gosh, you know. I we would get down like ten cents each or Oh my God. Do you know only happiness the place with the? Rainbows. and. The colors and everything was rainbows and UNICORNS and they had a karaoke thingy where you went in like I can't remember what it was called, just saying no, it wasn't called that, but you go in there and you went into recording booth and you would sing song and they would put it on cassettes. Cassettes and Then they would play it outside. The plane's final. So we'd go to the the GALLERIA and we sing, and while they were making it, we'd go down and get Zeppelin's, which is like balls the FRY does. Powdered sugar. When you're like twelve year thirty. Metabolism on an issue. Might very, Had An issue. In. My very first job was in that. Spring perfume serious lifer Christmas break. That's hilarious. Oh, my gods, anyway so you grew up in wise. I grew up in white. Plains. I went. Where did your parents do my parents? My mom was a nurse My Dad works was an executive insurance brokerage. They're both Jamaican. The they came from Jamaica in the. Fifties early sixties. Much of that immigrant mentality buckle down and do your work your work to your work. I got into. Yell and on the train. Right up. Sorry the train, the car right up T. l.. My Dad said to me. Don't send you Yale to study drama. Now. Why did he say that? Because in highschool you were all into time. I was like three years old. I wanted to be an actress. Yeah, and. And they didn't have any connections to the business, they didn't have to really get me in there. And I have letters, but I used to mel off to like the head of NBC. Like literally like to. See I'd like to be on different strokes or the facts of life, and then it's like. How do I get a part and I have these form letters that say you know we get our actors agents who submit them to cal chats like that's so soon. Saved them. I didn't I didn't know anything about that. And they let me do like school plays right like that and I did a little bit of community theatre, but don't you think though? Don't you think that there is value to being in school plays absolutely absolutely because whenever anyone asks me about their kids like going auditioning, I always go. Let them be the star school play. Do it later. additioning so much pressure, it's hard. It's a business part that I don't love and thinking about acting like the craft that attracts me and then the people who are drawn to doing theater and school are the fun. People will be fun exercises, and like you make machine. Someone does like this. You do silly. Things and it's like really enjoyable. Happy that that was my introduction to it, so I went to Yale and I studied psychology why psychology was also really big interest of mine at a lot of it for like amusement when I was a kid like Easter read a bunch outside, because it was fascinating to me. Did you minor and drama I didn't? We didn't really might have minors okay? I I didn't do very much. Drum yell at all because I was really intimidated, because people like Jodi foster had been there in Jennifer. beals had been there and good. Meryl Streep go there she did. I think singers. She wanted to Undergrad. She went to definitely and the theatres. Yeah, at the drama school and. I kind of stay away from it I did a couple of student films, but I didn't really do theater until I spent my junior year living in Paris and then I did a lot of theater there because I didn't have the pressure of the Yale thing that's interesting. It's I. DID CL- French Theater added French improvisational theater and you speak French. I do I'm fluent in French, so you were doing it on French. French! Amazing yeah, it was really incredible experience. You can do that do that. If you have the option to study abroad. It's true. You know it's funny I didn't study abroad. I went to Syracuse and I did not go. I was musical theater major, but I didn't go and. I always regretted not doing that. I was scared I, it's scary. It's scary, announced the first semester I was very homesick, and somewhere in January the after I went home for Christmas I wasn't planning to is supposed to be there for the full year, but I bought a ticket and I surprised my parents, I went home, and I went back. It's like you know what this is. A once in a lifetime experience. I'm going to suck everything that I can I'm GonNa Carpe Diem every moment and I did from Lake from January through June July. I was there. It was the best time of my life like I. Really. But I I was I used to intern at Elle magazine in new. York. During my Christmas and summer breaks, and so when I worked when I went to spend my year abroad I got to work for their Paris office and I. It was a dream like I was the only one going to classes by like nine to eleven, and then going to roar fashion shows like I. I went to the Schnell show and there's an. glaringly. All these things that were just. Surreal in. Bula, what a great experience was! It was unreal like I. Just get like I was young and just expose all of that, and it was really incredible. It's what I love hearing that because I think it took me a long time I wasn't there. I was very confident in high school, and then I lost it a bit in College I. Get it back till. I graduated college or the end of college. I would say. And I think a lot of people go through that kind, but it's such a great message. What you're saying is because you really do you do need to seize the day. You do need to take those opportunities because you'll never look back and say Oh, I wish I hadn't tried that. You will look back and say I'm sorry. I didn't do that. Yeah, yeah, for sure. Okay, so you come back and you graduate Yale Graduate Yale. Come Back My. Then? My parents say so. What about law school? Because they didn't think. Degree was enough they're. They're very much into education. And the plan was I was going to go to med school, law, school, or business, school and I. Don't like blood and I'm not good at math so school that was. And I made a deal with my dad that I wanted to. Study acting. I'll take the set if I can pursue acting in New York and I was doing that simultaneously I started a company with a girlfriend of mine and we were managing a singing group. I was. I was in I was in drama school, and doing a little writing on the side like I was doing it I was juggling everything and in law school, and then law school started by Thomas. Law School I was just law school and. The acting I did independent film that got picked up by Miramax, the very first week of law school. The Toronto Film Festival. Cold, have plenty, and we shot it for like almost no money and I love hearing that I mean literally shut it I think I can say now because it was so long like fifty thousand dollars. Like he had been took a mortgage on his mom's house red small mortgage. The director. And we got picked up by Miramax. We went to Sundance..
"westchester mall" Discussed on 710 WOR
"On W. O. R. we got a lot to get through today will go over everything you need to know will straighten out some of those are fake narratives that are out there will tell you what's opening what's going to happen the latest everything I'm at home Joe Bartlett in the South Carolina of all places is it south or north no itself okay I remember it still had one not the Andy Griffith show one that's right yes South Carolina Hey I got so much email people was so jealous of you you said yesterday that you went to a restaurant yes opening a restaurant you can eat outside I got so much email to work just it is if you won the lottery got a billion dollars to keep believe you're able to eat in a restaurant you know yesterday I posted on Instagram too I'd picture me at the beach and said I love living in a blue state what so if it's an outdoor restaurant the space the tables apart you can eat there yes what about a menu today do you touch the menu and then it goes to somebody else later no no no it's it's just a piece of paper it's like a copy of the and they throw it away as soon as you're done with it and then it's disposable right well and then yeah so that's what's going to happen the talking about the the first thing we will re open you'll start to see re opening may fifteenth around here in a week or two you'll start to see something like it did you hear Cuomo yesterday I sent it to him anymore we're re opening without a the public is going to be re opening may fifteenth whether he's on board or not but even in Connecticut they're talking about certain things you know certain you know I I notice this past weekend the re opening already began I saw Verizon stores were open as a people's customers sitting in the stores talking to sales people stuff is re opening so the restaurants will go last but the first round of restaurant re opening will be the outdoor places the conspiracy the tables out in around the country stuff is re opening that also precious corn we've got sixty eight Macy's a re opening Starbucks is opening I think ninety percent of their stores Simon malls that's the big mall company they have Russell field Walt Whitman short hills Westchester mall lot of big malls I'm not around here but around the country the re opening well I think fifty malls are a hundred malls as we speak a lot of stuff is opening what they do is they just limit the number of people that can come in it's that simple you can it can be done just kicked out you can't go out yeah then you gotta remember this Cuomo a model of milk this for all it's worth like everybody down and don't give a blank about the anybody's job just like everybody down and ruin everybody's lives this model is not working this is not being done around the country so it's going to catch up with him at some point now when you re open things will be a little different that the first of all the supermarkets are busier than anything right now hundreds and hundreds and hundreds of people in and out of every supermarket every day and there's no outbreaks there what did you wear the mask stay six feet apart are careful that you're not good enough to be a problem see if you're right you could do that in every store now the Simon malls they're coming up but like the food court it's it's just like you said a big table spaced apart everything is disposable the silverware the plate everything's gonna be disposable the only problem in the mall the gonna have those eros like which way you can walk yeah sorry about what could be the two other in the clothing stores now here's the problem let's see the fitting room you try something on or you pick up a person to look at it you're holding it and putting it out well anything that's tried on or looked at by anybody is going to be sequestered for like a day or two it's going to go into a special room will be sequestered to all the germs are office and then it'll be brought back out however the problem is you can try on something and that size it's gonna be gone for a day or two how you gonna as anybody else going to get it so the it'll be a it'll reopen that governor Cuomo has made himself into quite the superstar but if you look through the history of this this trajectory he is on usually has a bad ending he's quite the hero to the left they love his very theatrical grandstanding briefings but destroying people's lives by the tens of millions this is a bad thing to do you just said Scott stringer said twenty five percent in New York will be out of work one in five new Yorkers will lose their job yeah twenty percent that's the end of the York I mean you can you you can't do that you're gonna have to start opening stuff up this is it a lot of these fake narratives that the fake news starts all the time and it only increases in a crisis you know what I like when president trump came along the fake narrative was he doesn't read he can't read it doesn't read doesn't read the bright well anybody that knows him we've been around us this is only does all day is a read okay any picture of his desk and trump tower to million reports and briefings and documents that's all it does is read you can tell when you walk in was house where he was sitting just look for the pilot reports and papers and documents this is only does is read they did that would push to remember we have a read he doesn't read he doesn't it's totally fake narratives so the the one they've come up with now there was a bunch of them but when they keep using now he shows no empathy for the dead he doesn't show any empathy I by this the zip gun New York times CNN the whole crowd Emmerson bill bill run this fake narrative told everybody is parenting it they're just repeating it like little parity chose liberty for that one you could go through all the briefings cut together a montage of whenever it comes up and he talks about how much it hurts somehow he can't sleep at night the dead the families are thinks about it but when he talks about it it's for about twenty seconds which is normal that's what you're supposed to do he doesn't do what governor Cuomo does which is turn that little section into a theatrical performance Cuomo when it comes to the death number he does five minutes on this and how awful this is he looks like he's going to cry he fights back the tears.
"westchester mall" Discussed on 710 WOR
"A garage you gotta pay to park it and you can't just it's it's so complicated near you could drive in the mall this that new mall in Connecticut the so no you'd figure they have a huge garage that's ninety percent empty where they charge you to park there they should just let everybody know the Westchester mall any of these malls just take down those gates what people park for free thank you should pay them five dollars to come to the mall and you can't just park units on that like put a quarter in some you gotta have an app you go to download this you got a text to to to to seven seven say attacked text this you gotta use your apple but it's just a mess let's go to Judy in Brooklyn Hey Judy hi good morning you know mark I called about I'm cold about something but as you're talking can I please tell you something that really on my mind when you say about shock what's his name Jack Beatty it Chuck Todd need and and and shipped out so if you listen to shitty goes the founder of the founders well guess what he's one of the founders of the resistance and I got news for you March should dispel up with eyeballs in life that they get a pop out you can trip over them that's how that's how horrible get you the founders Franklin Jefferson Adams these great great statesman that you'll get ship this guy's been caught lying five times in five major incidents in the last six months he got caught lying about the whistle blower he got caught lying about he personally had evidence of Russian collusion total lie gets caught lying all the time is good Rita in surely a rear how are you today good I question you yes are you thinking the same thing I'm thinking that the Bolton quotable bomb shell the timing of this bomb chapel it's back given that the defense decimated the entire house argument in two hours yeah well first we don't know if the Bolton stuff is truth the New York Times reporting it to go to put a big question mark on it also what a coincidence Bolton's just about to come out with a book that nobody wants to buy and suddenly it has a startling revelation on the biggest news story in the world that will see if tomorrow it leaks out the Boltons book also has something about the helicopter maintenance on the Kobe Bryant Celica that will know let's go to Vincent Brooklyn had been sent good morning mark I'd like to respond to your first call at a price whatever you are back I got your Frank said don't put Vince on your return on top guided by.
"westchester mall" Discussed on 710 WOR
"O R Simone on the voice of New York w. Let's go to Dave in Chicago. Dave, yes. Good morning, Mark. I think that going to the movies was basically a dying are a victim of changing times. But a glaring example of Lyon Wong was the avengers endgame and open to three hundred fifty seven million dollars, which means a lot of people saw the movie repeatedly. And they went to the theaters. Well, that's one franchise that's popular, but you had four hundred movies open at bomb too. So there are did make the money that was supposed to make. So who's the avengers at Disney? I can't remember. I mean, obviously going to be big for one company. But it's, you know, that's that's the exception that proves the rule so wouldn't count on that saving the whole industry. It's go to Ralph and Stanford Ralph oh mister Shimon tortillas that listen, I have a a report from local enfor. Horsemen that the Norwalk mall is going to take all the of all the merchants from the Stanford mall, which is going to close down. And while there's a rumor that uconn university, Connecticut going to buy that Stanford mall. Make it into a dormitory. Yeah. Yeah. Dormitory campus. That's gonna be a big change for Stanford. Yeah. Well, let's be honest. How many people go to that mall anymore? Five or six easily everyday. Yeah. The good thing about that Stanford mall used to be you had to go to the fifth level. Maybe a find a parking space craft thing about the malls. You can park right in the front space anytime nobody there. So that's going to happen though. That's Stanford mall. I think soon become yukons buying it for dormitory. Some people think that may a what happens with a lot of these malls Malta gets sold for offices. You know, these companies like Amazon that need to build an enormous head quick just go by huge mall. If you wanna go operate in Westchester, and you're a big tech by the Westchester mall. It's everything you need for an office building. That's where they build these office buildings. These tech companies, you know, like all in a circle with a big opening in the middle like a mall where they have stuff going on down there. The new Howard Stern book is the master of publicity tours, and promoting some do we believe everything in this book. See now, he says the old Howard Stern. We hates that guy that terrible things. He said to people he comes into my stew. He said the most worst moment was Robin Williams. He feels bad now. But those interviews we asked those those really obnoxious questions. He says he feels terrible about it. Now, we believe all this. He said the worst moment was Robin Williams, and he comes into my studio. And what do I do I go? Hey, I I read your having sex with your nanny, you left, your wife or your nanny or something like that. Now, that's clobbering someone over the head. It doesn't lead to discussion. It was insulting to him. But all I cared about was being the man when you walk off the air that day said, I nailed it got it. Yeah. Yeah. I was clueless. No, no, you gotta remember radio. Everything changed. Everything changes all the time. That was the style back then to be confrontational people. Listen for confrontation yelling. Remember, the Morton Downey junior show, even the radio talk radio Bob grant, get up my phone you. But when he'd hang up, and he cursing screen that was that was the style. But they came a period where people didn't want to hear it anymore work anymore and Howard Stern's very savvy smart broadcaster, he knew in that moment came. That's why we switched became kind of a nice guy with really interesting interviews instead of outrageous outrageous, didn't work anymore. The trend ended. I think a lot of people might be shocked. They were such a Hillary Clinton fanny wanted to support Hillary Clinton, even though he's friends with Donald Trump for so many years he was for Hillary Clinton if Hillary could have come in, and maybe persuaded seventy thousand well, that's the thing. The one thing she wouldn't an interview with him. One time. I agree with I don't blame. Because the old Howard Stern. She knew he begged and begged and begged he was supporting a police come to an interview. But he he knew the first question about oral sex about Monica Lewinsky about all kinds of horrible sexual questions. She wouldn't do it. If Hillary could've come in. And maybe persuaded seventy thousand people out of those millions of people that listen and come off in such a way, maybe we'd be looking at a different scenario. I don't know first of all she has no sense of humor. She's a total stiff she wouldn't have been able to handle the deflect any of the stern stuff. Now, he claims Donald Trump wanted him to speak at the Republican convention. I don't know about that. But the turning point in my relationship with Donald was he did ask me to speak at the convention. And I had to say no and tempted at all well since I was a Hillary supporter for a minute. I thought well I'll go up and endorse Hillary. Great moment. No, I wouldn't do that to Donald do. We buy the story. I don't know. This sounds weird that he Hillary Clinton was such a fake phony old fashioned swamp politician, you don't picture Howard Stern supporting our Donald Trump hands down whenever you put them on the air. Now, this is before he was running for president. He was an open book. He would say anything Donald Trump would come on my show. And and this is why he was great. There was no filter. I go Donald Angelina Jolie. She's one of the most beautiful actresses. She's a six, you know, now who says that, you know, most people if they're having that thought keep that pretty garden not Donald I love Howard Stern, but I'm not buying this whole act here. I think he's calculating that. It's better to be anti-trump right now and say that you were for Hillary. He was very close friends with Trump big Trump fan always had Trump on the show. So I think he's calculating now that it would be better if he's anti-trump and that he's more of a democrat commercially right now, that'd be the best thing for his book and his show. So that's why he's going so anti-trump. Are we supposed to believe he was Hillary supporter? I mean think about it. He's a very practical sort of a guy he's very close to Trump got a close relationship when you want your close friend to be president instead of the woman who won't even take your phone call would you want as president? If your him know, hey, when we come back, a great comedian, Mike Marino will be with us. Very funny guy. We'll get to that next. On seven ten w let's get all the latest news. Here's late Mark five years after Eric garner died on Staten Island. The officer involved in his death faces a departmental trial. At issue is whether officer Dando Ponta, Leo used on authorized show called Ponta, Leo, isn't facing criminal charges. But he could lose his job mayor de Blasios promoting his green new deal with a rally outside Trump Tower the plan calls for skyscrapers to be more environmentally friendly. But some wonder if this is just an effort to raise his profile ahead of a White House run and China retaliating against the US placing tariffs on sixty billion dollars of imports. This after President Trump slap tariffs on Chinese imports. The president warning China that will hurt badly. If it doesn't make a deal. You're next update comes at noon. Breaking news at once start today with Len Berman and Michael Reto in the morning six till ten tomorrow. 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"westchester mall" Discussed on 710 WOR
"So, you know, these little girls. So that girl scout cookies, and you gotta try to sell them. It's tough it's competitive, but look at this one so smart, she lives in Toronto girl scout just to sell the cookies now, you know, they legalized marijuana cannabis in Toronto, she sets up her little girl scout cookies stand right outside the cannabis store sales through the roof people buying dozens of boxes, she's brilliant. This is going to be the next Jeff Bezos this kid also now you got Sears closing all these stores. They got a hundred and forty two stores and the most of the time they're in malls. They're not standalone stores are usually in a mall shopping center and the. Sears is big. So it's usually one of the what they call the anchor stores now they're gonna close forty to these stores. So a lot of these malls are upset it's not gonna look for good for the mall to have the anchor store have huge going out of Business Store closing banners. It kills morale for the mall. Although all these malls are dying. And nobody knows what they're gonna do. You know, when they build a shopping center a big shopping mall. It takes years to plan, and that's fifteen years in the planning before you even see it. So for instance, in Norwalk, Connecticut, there's a mall that's about to open right off ninety five. It's huge. It was. Bloomingdale's? It's going to have a nordstrom's. It's gonna have a Neiman, Marcus. It's gonna well. This was all planned fifteen years ago when there's still a retail business. I I would imagine everybody is in court right now trying to get the hell out of this deal. And not do this who will. It's gonna be a big empty mall. They'd be better off a converting it to a commuter train parking or something, then they could make some money, you know, in fifty seven th street, this the nordstroms men's store that opened I in Manhattan. Yes. That's the little one men. Don't shop that much with the big thing is the nordstroms women shop it's not open yet. You know supposed to open about the same time. It's not open yet. And I imagine they're going very slow on construction. Don't want to open this thing anymore. Neiman Marcus is supposed to open in the new Hudson yards on the west side, first name and Marcus in Manhattan. But again that deal was signed probably ten years ago. Now, there is no reason on earth to open any big store in Manhattan. You're not gonna make any money retail is dead. I don't know about that. You don't know about that? Go into a good store. I mean Neiman Marcus is not like Sears empty all day. If you listen if you're a fugitive, and you gotta hide Neiman, Marcus Westchester mall. Nobody ever comes in there. I've been in this nobody ever in there. I hate to say it, but you walk into the finest stores Bergdorf Barneys, all you see are dozens of sales people no customers and the sales people on the on the phone just just looking at their phone. That's all they do all day. Very sad. Now, there's certain stores, you know, like Zara and some of the Uniqlo that's very low priced and great stuff, but low prices, those are packed all the time. But all the old old school stores just empty all the time, you know, finally landlords are starting to give in a little normally don't give in on rent, but not only are coming down and rent because it's a big problem for all the buildings the first floor of every building is empty. There's no retail your the finest shopping street Manhattan, Madison Avenue in the sixties walk up and down there. Two thirds of the stores are empty so landlords are now even on fifty seventh street and other places allowing monthly rent. They've never done that before. That's why you're seeing a lot of pop up stores all of a sudden you can rent by the month now in space. Totally completely desperate. Let's see. Also, we'll get to Alec Baldwin in a minute. His big talk show week to remember how bad the ratings were week one. Where did you hear about week to raise Alec Baldwin the talk show Sunday nights? Who thought this would work a big fat guy sitting in one of those big overstuffed chairs? Who mumbles who thought that would be a prime time hit? Anyway, we'll get to that. We'll get to the ratings on that. We'll get to lots of stuff. We'll get this. A star is born. We'll get to what's going on CBS and more coming up and Harvey Weinstein. Roger Freeman the great entertainment reporter will be with us on seven ten W O R, but first let's get the latest news. Here's Joe Bartlett marked the remains of journalist Jamal kashogi reportedly have been found Sky News reports they were discovered in the garden of the Saudi council general's home. The Turkish president meanwhile, says kashogi was viciously killed disputing Saudi account. That was an accident. FBI investigating an explosive device found at the Westchester, home of democratic donor. George soros. It was discovered in his mailbox by an employee in detonated by the bomb. Squad Soros was not home at the time and no-one served. It's debate day for governor Cuomo and Republican Mark Molinaro. The only scheduled showdown between the two comes exactly two weeks before election day polls show Cuomo up by some twenty points next update at eleven breaking news. One. Start your day with Len Berman and Michael Riedel in the morning six ten tomorrow. I'm Joe Bartlett on seven ten W.
"westchester mall" Discussed on The History of Fun
"Nineties. And like I picture that person and it's like, oh, I'm not going to use my money on like avocado toast there. Advocaat toast was like lava lamps. This is this seems knife this thing that I wanted, it's kind of fitting to, right, because if you think about that generation, if they were kids in like the mid seventies too early eighties, a lot of the kind of junk of the sharper image is inspired by a lot of those like. Wacky coup fall toys of that period just turned adult. So I could see how that would play two kids who grew up during a really bad financial period growing up, having all this, just throw away money and like hawking it on total gadgetry junk. That's Mike right by Erie. So I wanted to highlight. I know I already highlighted the some of the weird stuff. Brooks was selling this hour. Crowd fermentation, crock. I mentioned. Things get a little more interesting at sharper image. Just wanted to go through some of the more interesting things they've sold over the years. We'll start with the basic one in the eighties. They sold a fake carphone antenna that you could stick on your car to convince people that you had a car phone. Wow. Now I realize I didn't grow up at in this era, but if you had a car phone, you were a big deal doctor Dr. Richard Kimble in the movie, the fugitive had a carphone. He was a big deal. And if you haven't antenna on your car that shows you have a car phone euro big deal wife, right? No, it was the one man. Okay. Okay. Speaking of cars, they also sold a five hundred dollar torso named Gregory wait, what a torso? Yep, they sold the torso. Gregory was a male torso that you was like very well. I wouldn't say very realistic, but certainly if you were squinting and far away, it might look like an actual mail person and you could put it in your car or your living room to convince people that you are not alone. So you wouldn't be messed with wait, so. Okay. So has a head and everything just cuts off after the waste? I wouldn't say everything, but yes, it has a head and a torso. You meant just the tore tore so, yeah. Now, sorry, I should have specified. There's also a head. Five hundred dollars and it seems like a safe move. You dress them. However you want the ad actually says, you can guard him in sports casual or businesses hire more even put him in a tux for formal occasions. I would use US Gregory. Magic, like all of us have road Gregory's and like we're just like, oh yeah, no, someone someone's in the other room. They need me. It's my friend. Gregory really wait. My friend, Gregory you see your would everyone just has a friend Gregory over and the torso and it's just the source, oh, no head. One more kind of bonkers thing that the sharper image sold. So the Washington Post wrote an article in nineteen Eighty-six. Sadly there was a accidental shooting because someone was playing with a toy that looks like a gun and it seemed that the sharper image sold a very, very accurate replica of an Uzi submachine gun for two hundred dollars that would fire blanks. The description of the the gun in the magazine said, it would fire these caps thirty two rounds of caps in four heart-stopping seconds. So you could get an ultra realistic Uzi from the showroom 'age. They eventually stopped selling that. But for a time that was where you went if you wanted to get shot by a cop already, -ffective grandma. One one last one they are in the new generation because they also do sell an iphone Breathalyzer for hundred and fifty dollars. So if you wanted to make sure you knew how drunk were before you got in your car and you didn't wanna cop to do it for you, boom, under fifty dollars. The thing is yours. Feel like that is actually useful. Am I wrong? I mean, I think if you're borderline enough, I would say you probably shouldn't be driving actually. Yeah, if you have to take your own Breathalyzer. Yeah, not not a good sign. Actually. If you can operate the app, you're probably fine. So, yeah, the sharper image doesn't exist anymore except on the website. That's really like it and eight bums me out because they were of another of another era and I miss them. I wanted to herald. They're weird history now that you talk about them more like I remember Brooke zone better just because like we had them in the mall and I would. Well, I just like, you know, the chairs were so inviting. Did you go to Agra like the Palisades and Galleria west Westchester? I did not go to the Westchester mall because I was not enough. But anyway, so I would go to. Usually we just go to breaks down, but I do remember having a fondness for sharper image. I think maybe we got the catalog or something, and I do remember pouring over that because I thought the gadgets were really cool, and I completely forgot about that until you ordered a Virtual Boy office, sharper image catalogue. Wow. And regretted it. Because I ended up canceling the order. I never got it. He's talked about this in the past, never got it sad. Okay. Well, that's that's pretty much all I have on sharper image, but I do wanna get into read only memories real quick. Go for. Only memories. Okay. This read only memory comes from mayor mclovin. Good name once
"westchester mall" Discussed on KFC Radio
"I got no money but what do you want to do fill out the forms and all the way to go cars honking behind me i'm like look man what's the great scam that i developed at the westchester mall you get a fucking parking ticket and then you gotta pay on your way out if you put it i have i had a wallet with a magnet and like demagnetize it so the car just didn't work and so i would pull up to the to the dude every time and just go i just started rubbing it on my fucking i can't believe making sure it didn't work like you don't get commission off this let me go cares open the fucking she just ask like you should be like i have this ticket you let me i've been here for a long time it's probably be like fifteen bucks can you can i just go for i'll be like yeah no not man has anybody ever gone to the mall for more than zero to three hours that chart goes on and on like fifteen hours michael the fuck is at the mall it's crazy couple more voicemails we'll wrap it up sweat afc by super producer be the junior high school starting my college process right now it's i have no idea what i'm going to do and i figured you know since this year i started listening to you guys at the very beginning of the school year and you guys have been my goto during schoolwork and everything after it'd be funny i've based my college process around recommendations that you guys give me so wondering since you guys have been around the block you know done some tours and whatnot do you have any recommendations for schools i should apply to i agreed example of this is i literally am now applying to in visiting fsu because of a blog that you guys did on it so if you're wondering if this will actually matter i promise you that i will take us into deep account.
"westchester mall" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Stores and and with all this retail dying i know you you know westchester county well because you mentioned it so a lot of it's happening here toys yours has a lot of free standing buildings and with all these stores closing what's gonna happen to our towns and cities well you know it's a big problem you know it's not just retail dying it has a rippling effect because for a lot of cities especially a lot of small towns you know the main street the downtown with all the stores that's a big part of their tax base you're gonna lose a lot of tax revenue when those stores go out you know you drive around moronic avenue in white plains or you drive around greenwich avenue in greenwich that downtown and westport or you know any of the shopping centers every time a store goes out that's less tax revenue coming into the town so that's a big problem and then you got these landlords who are all these buildings with these empty spaces just sitting there and the shopping malls you know you're going to westchester mall or you're going to roosevelt field or you go into new jersey and any of these malls you see more and more empty stores and in some of them you they put like a wall up over the store to make it look like there wasn't even a store there because they don't know when they're ever going to rent it again and go besides these empty stores you see these food courts getting emptier and emptier so a lot of malls it's up to these mall owners about what they what they think they're gonna do and they realized they may have to give up to a certain extent on filling it with more stores and they're thinking of other things thinking of bringing in in gyms and movie theaters and stuff like that and real restaurants instead of a food court a bunch of real restaurants because the mall the one thing they got is a ton of space a lot of parking and they got if people aren't gonna come by things in retail stores they gotta have other reasons to to get them in there so that's that's the plot right now and they're looking for other things to bring in there at some point.
"westchester mall" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"A little bleak i'm a confident guy i'm not worried about amazon i'm not were about online i endorse it by the way do you sell amazon yesterday how you do there and not so good they don't really understand fashion honor i don't know if they ever will but who knows as soon as i say that they would probably they'll end of buying i think what they did with whole foods was genius and i think they could very easily pick up a j crew or something like that become experts in that field so that's a company that seasonal boundaries respect them the they look over the horizon not added so yeah but okay i'm glad your son not scared by it at all i mean i think there's i think would ended up happening in the industry i think everybody got a little too lazy you know i i spent i was up at the westchester mall this weekend with my daughter and and there's probably fifteen vacancies in the mall and but then i have to say i felt very encouraged walking through there i realise things are evolving sowed malls used to you know they got lazy they got lazy with their occupants they got lazy with sam kauona big box retailer in here so they can fill all my online malls and so they would go to the big box ones as opposed to going to the small ones like ginola for example so they have a new store up in the west chester mall shy no other opening up a casper abed company up there they've changed their they kind of they started cheering them all but more they really said you know we're not gonna do every mall exactly the same let's make this one special wants to some local things that makes sense for the customer roseville field where i am at home they have a heck could store of lung which i thought was very clever asc i don't believed they'll do well there but it was clever they also have very new ideas coming again we'll see you feel one thing that needs to happen the most of the b better and smarter or what they're doing yeah they had their their you have to get more curated i've got brands and designers brands have to figure that out as well i mean i think.
"westchester mall" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"A little bleak i'm a confident guy i'm not worried about amazon i'm not worried about online i endorse it by the way do so amazon yesterday how you do there and that's a good they don't really understand fashion honor i don't know if they ever will um but who knows as soon as i say that they would probably they'll end of buying i think what they did with whole foods was genius and i think they could very easily pick up a j crew or something like that and become experts in that field so that's a company that seasonal boundaries that's why i respect them the they look over the horizon not added so yeah but okay i'm glad you're so i'm not scared bite at all i mean i think there's i think when ended up happening in the industry i think everybody got a little too lazy you know i i spent i was up at the westchester mall this weekend with my daughter and and there's probably fifteen vacancies in the mall and but then i have to say i felt very encouraged because a walking through there i realise things are evolving sowed malls used to you know they got lazy they got lazy with their occupants they got lazy with sam kauona big box retailer in here so they can fill all my all my malls and so they would go to the big box ones as opposed to going to the small ones like cheinal a for example so they have a new store up in the west chester mall shy no other opening up a casper abed company up there they've changed their they kind of they started cheering the ball but more they really said you know we're not gonna do every mall exactly the same let's make this one special and do some local things that makes sense for the customer roseville field where i am at home they have a hackett store hack of london which i thought was very clever yesterday i don't know believed they'll do well there but it was clever they also have very new ideas coming we'll see you feel one thing that needs to happen the most of the b better and smarter what they're doing yeah they added there they have to get more curated i've got brands and designers brands have to figure that out as well i mean i think um.
"westchester mall" Discussed on Heather Dubrow's World
"Had a lot of different like having is that you started to go back to explained everyone you know where he would to college what where he went to grab well i dripping new york a group in a suburb of manhattan yes by going to drop very nice to he's done and it's ten minutes that's was the all is that morton taylor still there by the way you might play note when you're talking about yes i don't know what happened been to that one recently when i you have to westchester mall yes that was a big effort big get yeah it's and it's still kind of overwhelmingly go there you know we just have to go to the stanford mall i'm number the gallery a thank me i know where you get separately you know about i said we would get the national attention theater oh my god did you know only happiness the plays with the with the what we what was with rainbow to and the mets will be different than rex of the colors anybody would remove in oakland and they had a karaoke thing he where you and and like accurate has caught just saying or lack now wasn't combat but you go in there and he went into recording do great and you would sing the song and they would put on it cassette yeah i get that and then they would play at outside the planes are all that i don't so we go to dump the gallery at bats week saying while they were making we go two hours down and example he's which is like balls all that frye job how did should your tonight and you're like or thirty of those metabolism an issue and get the my very phenomenon added nation during for some was met in as sprained her a few syrian sillinger christmas break that whole area i see a i got anyways you grow optimize i guess and why planes i went played.
"westchester mall" Discussed on Heather Dubrow's World
"Had a lot of different like having is that you started to go back to explained everyone you know where he would to college what where he went to grab well i dripping new york a group in a suburb of manhattan yes by going to drop very nice to he's done and it's ten minutes that's was the all is that morton taylor still there by the way you might play note when you're talking about yes i don't know what happened been to that one recently when i you have to westchester mall yes that was a big effort big get yeah it's and it's still kind of overwhelmingly go there you know we just have to go to the stanford mall i'm number the gallery a thank me i know where you get separately you know about i said we would get the national attention theater oh my god did you know only happiness the plays with the with the what we what was with rainbow to and the mets will be different than rex of the colors anybody would remove in oakland and they had a karaoke thing he where you and and like accurate has caught just saying or lack now wasn't combat but you go in there and he went into recording do great and you would sing the song and they would put on it cassette yeah that and then they would play at outside the planes are all that i don't so we go to dump the gallery at bats week saying while they were making we go two hours down and example he's which is like balls all that frye job how did should your tonight and you're like or thirty of those metabolism an issue and get the my very phenomenon added nation during for some was met in as sprained hurt syrian sillinger christmas break that whole area i see a i got anyways you grow optimize i guess and why planes i went played.
"westchester mall" Discussed on KFQD News Talk
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"westchester mall" Discussed on Vogue Podcast
"Tally. I'm delighted to be today was a great fan in American his Aigner, Michael Kors. Thank you Michael for coming. Thank you Andre. I'm so happy to be here. I'm so happy to have you. So let's get started. So Michael you come so far like as the Virginia slim saying says you've come a long way baby everyone in the street, and I'm certainly seriously saying this everyone has an M K logo. I go everywhere. I do go to the Westchester mall. I see women in airports women on the streets carrying m k logo bag now that is a phenomenon. What do you think your accessories in general speak to for women, especially the K logo bag? I've seen so many of you know, it's really interesting. I have to tell you. That's funny. I off I have to tell you that when I was in junior high school, I used to sit and doodle all day in class, and one of the things that I do old was in fact, the logo 'em k the Kayla. That we have now. So at fourteen I kind of think I knew what I was getting into. But I think people, you know, maybe it's a very American approach is to fashion that I think that you know, everything in today's world has to function. Yes. People are busy. They're rushing their crazed. So I'm pragmatic, and I'm practical, but at the same time who wants to wear a damn mouth suit, you know, be boring. So you want some glamour you want some excitement. And I think that women appreciate that my excess re's always kind of have this balance. This yin Yang that their glam enough to dress you up, but then practical tactical enough to get on a plane or run to the gym, you know, same thing even how we make a high heel. I mean to me it's like if you have to sit down after ten minutes is the wrong shoe, but the in K bags, it's not just one kind of back. It's it's everywhere in a church. I mean, I see it everywhere. They all various styles in incase store.