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Ranging Bull: 'Barney' eludes capture days after farm escape
"An escaped bull has eluded capture for several days on Long Island New York despite all kinds of attempts to lure him including treats and a female companion the fifteen hundred pound bull escaped slaughter Tuesday Frankie Florida with strong island animal rescue says they've tried a lot of things to capture him starting with a bat and tranquilizer guns effective day we set up nice greeting how dare to attract him you know with the person down in her scent not get more third day we set up a trap I think with it you bring loaded door we put out ballot but we put all type stuff that he would like it treats the radio says the ball is around matter bill and has plenty of fresh water grass and food so likely is staying put but once captured will go to an animal sanctuary Julie Walker on Long Island
Ranging Bull: ‘Barney' Eludes Capture Days After Farm Escape
"The search continues for a bull on the loose in the burbs of New York City he escaped from a slaughter on Long Island to stay in there been sightings lately around matter bill as well as lots of jokes is not being funny about it they can keep their job and felt a bit like you we're concerned about animal safety thank you Florida with strong island animal rescue says ball the ball is not dangerous you wouldn't want to get into a car crash with a fifteen hundred pound animal so the search continues I've been in with optimal placement we have been with our night vision we've been flying drones we've been patrolling the area once found he'll be sent to a sanctuary Julie Walker on Long Island
Shelly Barney Created the Insta Run Club so No Runner Feels Alone
"Think it's neat because there's always that chance. I have a lot of encouragement. Like i have people that you know. I'm surrounded by that. Cheer me on in this endeavor of running later in life and encouraged me. But there's always that chance that there's somebody out there that doesn't have you know that that opportunity to have others around them and to encourage them on and i think in this space you've created that for people so i i just think that is such an incredible opportunity that you have given to others to be able to encourage others to share them on when normally maybe wouldn't path that's a huge part of it. You're saying that a care up you tired of it because running and somebody that i. I run a loan right. I knew a lot of runs solo. Because i just i'm not around. I don't live close enough with other runners or you know i. I don't right now. In so i do a lot of rain on my own money ten. He'll berry. I don't want people to include four but quite right and so it's one of those things where you're running alone but you don't have to be you know you get running. You can go tell your community what you just did and how people cheer you on. I think that's the most important part in that other very motivating for you know a lot of people as well. So that's all that's been really important that making sure everyone feels supported to especially depend on and now coming out of it
Leadership Lessons From Trekking up Mount Everest Twice
"But i love the story you told during your x speech where someone said. Well you went to everest. But you didn't get to the top choices. I guess she didn't get to the top ever so you can tell a story about being i think. He was at j. P. morgan or smith barney. Right j. p. morgan central. Tell that story to our listeners. Because i think it's brilliant story about failure and success. Yeah so so understand when we got back from the mountain in two thousand two as the first american women's expedition sponsored by the ford motor company. Because were the first team of american women attempting this mountain. We had a lot of media coverage four hundred fifty media outlets fodder climb and then we didn't make it and so we had to go back and do the big media tour talking about this failure and it was such a public failure and to have to talk about this failure constantly. All these media interviews just felt like a punch to the gut right because everyone was so focused on the fact that we didn't make it and i really internalize that failure. And i went to dinner party when i got back home to san francisco and the host of the dinner party was introducing the gas and he said oh. Hey this is my friend. Alison she just climb out address. And then the guy that was sitting across the table for me. He looked at me and he said oh no way. That's awesome all the way to the top and i said We'll know unfortunately we we were forced to turn around just a couple of hundred feet from the top storm. And he said oh so. You didn't climb. Mt ever and i was like. Oh wait. hang on hang on. I told mow story about how we spent two months on that now and we just had super lousy luck with the weather. You know we were just a couple of hundred feet from the top and had to turn back and gave him this whole lecture about getting to top optional. Getting down as mandatory and he said that's all great and everything. But here's the you know. The bottom line is if you're in at the very top then you didn't climb it. It doesn't count. So i just i was like all right What do you do tough guy. And he said. I worked for j. p. morgan so of course i replied with Oh no way you are the. Ceo of j. p. morgan and he said no. I didn't say i was the ceo. I i work in fixed. Income trading my said. Oh well then. I guess you don't really work for j. p. morgan do because if you're not the very top that it doesn't
How Two Detroit Lions Inspired Marvin Gaye's Whats Going On
"Just intensely. Thank you for joining me. It's an honor and privilege and a pleasure to be here. My man thank you for having. Well you bring with you a story that i'm incredibly excited about the story that you reported here for us about marvin. Gay's attempt to join the detroit. Lions i mean where does the start the two main players for the lions. That story revolves around. Is this guy lombardi. Who is an nfl hall of fame. Cornerback and mel farr. But here's how the story goes back in the summer of nineteen sixty eight farney far. They were about to start their second season with the lions and they have both earned rookie of the year honors the season before offensive and defensive of the year the rookies rookie in nineteen sixty. Seven was melpar limbaugh. What's the surprise of the season to everyone except the coaches who drafted him. Barney's playing golf at home apart. Golf course in detroit and if you know anything about detroit and the golf courses back then that that's where a lot of the black celebrities from mozart. Act joe louis so on and so forth and barney was a huge fan of marvin gaye. The attendant at the golf course so like marvin gaye lives right here. You should go introduce yourself. He not door. He didn't know what he was going to say to him. At that point and marvin revenue being annoy was actually happy to see him and barney. Two views like oh. I didn't even know you knew who i was and gave him like. Oh you're barney. He ran down his stats. Like it was like pro football reference dot com and in the late sixties. They have breakfast. They talk about sports. They talk about music and then they immediately hit it off
Prince Philip Mourned At British Imports Shop In Plymouth, SE Of Boston
"Britain's Queen Elizabeths husband. Prince Philip WBZ TV's Michael across, stopped by one Plymouths shop with a special connection to the British Royals at British imports of Plymouth. The passing of Prince Philip. The Duke of Edinburgh was the topic of discussion among customers. Thank you so much nicer. Thanks, Barney and the shops, owner Unity, McClane and then obviously all the Kings and Queens of England as I was going by the shop today, but I just have to stop in and said so sorry. He did live a very long and full life. But ah lot of excitement. McClane grew up in England and says her dad knew the prince. My dad used to play cricket on his cricket team. They were great friends and wonderful night together. McClane respected the princes, dedication. The country in appreciates how he was the Queen's sounding board for more than 70 years. He was about the only person who could turn around to say and say to her when she came up with an idea where you're talking about that's bloody stupid. Royal watchers say the queen will now most likely turn to her Children to consult as she continues. To leave the country. His funeral is scheduled
"barneys" Discussed on Talk Is Sheep - Wild Sheep Society of British Columbia
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"barneys" Discussed on Talk Is Sheep - Wild Sheep Society of British Columbia
"Good even kevin. How's it going awesome. Hey man thanks for for joining me on this It's friday night are fun night for what's traditionally kamloops convention. We're doing our wild sheep salute to conservation. And you know barneys is a big part of the wild sheep. Society be seeing. We're super grateful for for everything you do. So i was really pumped. When you said you'd come on and you do something with us tonight. Thanks man no problem. I appreciate you having me. Sure all right so we said we're going to have some babies. It's a fun night after all. So what do you got going over there. so Local brewery did a custom barney a featuring a quite the band of rams Taken by a local photographer here but so your local local brew very cool. It's barney specific like you. It's branded you guys. Little little kickoffs little collaborate with different businesses. And things like that and and He's a big big hunter. So it's worked out where we got to get together and kind of create something kinda cool right on man. That's that's awesome okay cheers. Here's the ola. I'll drink to that right on. So kevin barneys has been around forever. And you guys have been a huge supporter of this society and done a ton of work for us but You know. I identified with barneys back in the days was a decade or fifteen years ago. You mind there's just go a little bit of the history of barney's the evolution and kind of your history with with. I know you're the owner now in run run a great business there in alaska so et for important to kind of back to kind of the forefathers of the businesses off mean back in nineteen sixty three barney the original owner. Of course Started it it was a small little cross country teashop Much smaller profile than it is now even though. I think we could all agree. When you visit barney's you'd naturally big play but Cross country ski shop kind of totally integrated into some sporting goods Obviously impacts of things like apple backpacking perspective and And i nineteen eighty five. I believe bob who most people in the hunting industry. No obviously as the father of barney's came on as a young eighteen year old and purposes store and automated. What it is. I mean i was just talking about him today. Where you know. Gosh mean all things itis just looking out what he created. It's really one of the coolest hunting shops around the world And you know brought in obviously a lot of bigger brands and a lot of more technical clothing. I mean even the big name guys I know jonathan jonathan and those a lot of the guys in there. A long time. I mean came to bob. Provides on on exiled and things like that back before some of these big brands or even a thing. So you walk in here now and what i've really did. You is just a form in this building them and you're going to see brands in here that you're just under one roof anywhere in the world for that matter but just been a a really cool chop that i think that a great following a lot of hits And not really any kind of animosity towards any any you know. Group organization has always been kind of free floating like we like the support. Anybody wanted support us and you know just a great little. Yeah and and my hat's off to your organization to to barney slip. You know like. I said bob used to come down every year to the show Back in the old days he fly in and drive up the interior and he'd have all his gear with them. I bought a bunch of stuff over the years. I think. I bought my first back off bob there and you know and you've kept sorry back up. We always did a friday night. Fun night. bob would always You know sponsor it and he he gear talk. And so that's kind of where this concept came. We're doing this virtual thing online now and we wanna keep of our history and and Know we always were so grateful for everything you guys had and this. This is a cool opportunity. We can have you on here and talk about you. Know kinda latest greatest. And that's what bob will do it. He come on the friday night. We'd be all sitting around drinking beer and bullshit and he'd start talking about gearing get up on the stage and at times. I felt sorry for bob. 'cause guys were talking so loud and he'd be presented but You know. I think it was a great show. Form a great fit and and you've kept that traditional live you've been one of our greatest supporters given You know through all our raffles and everything. Every year we do our Our our sheep raffle the ultimate sheep hundred package in not think this is all. It was the first one to sell it this year. I think we sold out and you know half half the time it had for it so anyway. I just want to thank you for all you do. And i'm looking for tonight to gear. So we got lots of new sheep hunters. We've got lots of guys that had been hunt for years by no means an experienced guy. But i'm you know been out in the field before and i'm always in the shop. Talk to you and you've always got the latest and greatest so i think this is kind of a cool opportunity to touch base with you. One of the things. I love about what you do. Kevin is that you know. I'll come in. And i'll say we'll tell me about your barney stuff. Go yeah okay. I'll tell you about that but this may be a better fit for you and you know before we got going tonight. We touched a little bit on that. So kind of talk about your philosophy as a as a store owner or a business owner and find the right gear for the guy and how you approach. That isn't the owner. I that earlier. It's like art with with anybody who comes in whether it's you know An experienced hunter. Or somebody that brand new but Is really are with concept that you know no matter where you are where you come from what your background it from you have currently It's important to understand that there's no wrong way of doing it. I mean i think at the end of the day were all hunters right so we all want to get out. And we'll have a good time and i think as she basically we We really gravitate anybody who else who shared on the patch. Right so What i like to start with is own overwhelmed people. It's the new people. You don't want to overwhelm them with this idea. That while you know you're gonna you're gonna spend thousands and thousands of dollars in the sport. I mean. naturally it happen right. But i think it's important to understand that you know there's always going to be guys that kind of initially like they've been doing it a lot longer than me maybe And they have their own way of doing things. And i like to be respectful of that. I think that it's important to let let people kinda that. There's more than one way to do this And we don't have all the answers but we have one of the best to help you kind of get to that point where i think you could understand this to every hunch galwan if you're not learning something new whether it's a trick you know that your buddy added to pull out on you or here that he pulled out you're like hey we're at that right or i went. I went hunting with the other guy and he had this way of doing something that i never really thought of before. And i'm going to start using that in my act important. It's if you lose at you might as well stop right. I mean i think you. do she. It is far beyond just animals in the experience of of harvesting one of these things. It's the whole emotional roller coaster of a trip that incorporates. And i think from my perspective. It's it's year right and that's my job and my passionate really just making sure that we have a great selection of a year and as you mentioned start off by kind of leveling the playing field right so who. You are where you're coming from. What are you already have the best example. I can give you it. We get a lot of non-resident affect right and so. I think that you know somebody of these. Is that the trip of a lifetime Be fair you never know who you're talking you're probably talking to somebody that has been all over the world and many many species of sheep And the last minute they want to hear is when you got to start over right So what i like to do is evaluate. What have what's going to cross over already. Well and then..
First buses with undocumented teens arrive in Dallas
"So right now. There are fifteen thousand kids minors in the custody of the us federal government. So many they have to move them up to dallas hundreds of miles away from the border and put them in a convention center. That's trump's fault. It's just it's when you hear pelosi and these people say that that should anger you. I mean if a person lies to my face it angers me and it should anger. You remember barney frank. Remember google o'reilly barney frank. All right so let's get to the interview. I got five clips for you. The first one is georgie. Asking about the border because the producers said to him you gotta open with the border because that's the big story roll it. Let's talk about the crisis at the border. Some heartbreaking scenes down there right now and a lot of the migrants coming in saying they're coming in because you promised to make things better. It seems to be getting worse by the day wasn't a mistake not to anticipate this urge. First of all there was a surge the last two years and nineteen and twenty th. There was a surge as well. This might be worse. No well it could be. But here's the deal. First of all the idea that joe biden said come. Because i i heard the other day that they're they're coming because i'm a nice guy and i won't. Yeah well. here's the deal. they're not. The adults are being sent back number one number two. What do you do with unaccompanied child comes to the border to repeat. What trump did you take them from their mothers. Okay here's the deal. Nobody's taking anybody from their mothers. Because seventy five percent of the miners coming over are between fifteen and seventeen years old and they're males now stephanopoulos. Should've known that would mean taking away. The mothers you think these are kindergarten kids walking across the rio grande river. Is that what you think. Seventy five percent of fifteen seventeen years old under men george. So there's biden know that i don't know what biden knows. It's my job as a journalist to find out. I would say mr president you. Are you wanna wear that. Seventy five percent are males in their late teens. You're not taking them away from their mothers mothers. Have nothing to do with this. Somebody number two. We are in the migrate zone. Still go i can say quite clearly. Don't come and we're we're in the process of getting set up and it's not going to take a whole long. Time is to be able to apply for asylum in place. So don't leave your town or city or community. We're gonna make sure we have facilities in those cities and towns run by and also access with hhs health and human services to say you can apply for silent from where you are right. Now make your case
'Barney Miller,' 'Sanford and Son' actor Gregory Sierra dies
"Actor Gregory Sierra has died after battling cancer January fourth outside Los Angeles according to his wife I marquees are loaded with the latest Gregory Sierra's breakthrough role was playing Fred Sanford's neighbor Julio Fuentes on Sanford and son he also played Gianna on Barney Miller one of his trademarks was breaking in a rapid fire Spanish when he was angry so you're also had roles on soap Miami Vice and Hill Street Blues his wife Helene says Sierra was extremely intelligent a brilliant actor and willing to defend the underdog anytime
Gregory Sierra Dies: ‘Sanford And Son’ And ‘Barney Miller’ Star Was 83
"The family of actor gregory sierra best known for his role as julio fuentes on the nineteen seventies sitcom sanford and son reveals. He died earlier this month. This is only for this pleasure. The new york city native also worked at the national shakespeare company later. Detective and tv's barney miller and had parts in films including the towering inferno a spokesman for sierras family says he died of cancer january fourth. He was eighty
15-Year-Old Arrested For Allegedly Beating His Mother To Death At McKinney, Dallas-Forth Worth
"McKinney Teenagers in custody charged with murder after home surveillance showed Brutal beating death of his mother, the name of the 15 year old male not released, but he is now charged with murder. McKinney. Police say the boy's father called police for help from the home in the 700 block of Donaldson drive. Police say video showed that team beating his mother, Stacy Ellen Barney, to death. They found him in the area during a search. Kimberly James K. L I. F news
Texas boy, 15, charged with murder after beating mother to death, police say
"A 15 year old boy, who has not been identified, was arrested after he allegedly beat his mother to death. At their home and McKinney early Sunday. The attack was caught by the home surveillance camera. The boy's father called McKinney police to their home in the 700 block of Donaldson Drive at around 1 A.m.. They found the mother 50 year old Stacy Ellen Barney, dead inside the home. The boy was found in the area after a search was taken into custody and has been charged with murder. Steve Coming WKBW 24 7 news
15-Year-Old Arrested For Allegedly Beating His Mother To Death At McKinney Home, Dallas
"Was arrested after he allegedly beat his mother to death at their home in McKinney early Sunday. The attack was caught by the home surveillance camera, the boys Father called McKinney police to their home in the 700 block of Donaldson Drive at around 1 A.m.. They found the mother 50 year old Stacy Ellen Barney, dead inside the home. The boy was found in the area after a search was taken into custody and has been charged with murder. Steve Coming Wkbw 24 7 news aides to President elect your Biden say
The First Of The Three Spirits
"When scrooge awoke it was so dark that looking out of bed he could scarcely distinguish the transparent window from the opaque walls of his changing. He was endeavoring to pierce the darkness with his favorite. Is the chimes of a neighboring church struck for quarters so he listened for the our to great astonishment. The heavy bell went from six to seven from seven to eight and regularly up to twelve and stop twelve ms past two when he went to bed. The clock was wrong in high school must have gotten into the works twelve. He touches this spring of his repeater. Took correct. it's most preposterous clock. It's reputable pulse. B twelve stopped. Why it is impossible. Said screwed slept through a whole day. In far to another night it is it possible to anything has happened to the sun and this new the idea of being an alarming one he scrambled out of bed in groped his way to the window supplies to rub the frost off this. Leave of dressing down before you see anything very little. Then all i could make out was that was still very foggy in extremely cold and that there was no noise of people running to and fro making a great stir as their unquestionably would have been if he had beaten off break day and taking possession of the world. This was a great relief. Because three days after sight of this first of exchange pay tavern screwed or his order and so forth vic become a myriad united states security there were no days to count by scrooge went to again thought and thought and thought it over and over make nothing of it the more he thought the more perplexed he was the more he endeavoured. Not think the more thought barney's bothered him exceedingly every time he resolved within himself after mature inquiry that it was all a dream. His mind flew back again a strong spring. The least twits first position in presented. The same problem to be worked author. Who was it a dream or not screwed soleil in his in this state until the chimes had gone three quarters more remembered on a sudden goes had warned him a visitation when the bell tolled one result. Lie wait until the hour was passed and considering that he could no more go to sleep. Then go to heaven. This was perhaps the wisest resolution in his power. The quarter was so long that he was more than once convinced that he must have sunk into a does unconsciously and miss. The clock at length broke upon his listening year. Ding dong quarter pass through discounting ding-dong half its ding dong quarter to it said scrooge ding dong the ourself cisco triumphantly and nothing else.
UK-EU trade talks 'paused' with deal still elusive
"Trade talks between the United Kingdom and the European Union have come to a halt as Britain approaches the end of its transition out of the E. U. the European union's chief negotiator says he and his British counterpart have agreed to pause negotiations in order to brief their political leaders Michelle Barney a says the conditions for a trade deal have not been met and differences remain after a week of intense negotiations Barnier says British prime minister Boris Johnson and E. U. commission president Ursula von der Leyen we'll discuss the state of the talks Saturday United Kingdom lefty you early this year but remains part of the bloc's economic embrace during an eleven month transition as the two sides try to negotiate a new free trade deal that would take effect January first I'm Ben Thomas
UK, EU resume face-to-face trade talks with time running out
"The European Union and Britain resumed face to face talks today on a new trade agreement following Brexit. They have just over one month to come up with a deal and Teri Schultz reports. Neither side is expressed expressing optimism. You chief negotiator Michelle Barney is back in London after a week of self isolation due to a member of his team testing positive for the coronavirus. Both you and UK say they want a new arrangement governing trade and customs when the transition period following Britain's departure from the block ends December 31st. But talks remain snagged on issues regarding EU fishing rights in UK waters and what Brussels calls the level playing field, which primarily refers to Britain's obligations to it here to EU standards on goods it wants to export into the block. Any deal that negotiators make would still have to be ratified by Parliament's on both sides Without a deal. Tariffs and other barriers go up January 1st for NPR news. I'm Teri Schultz in Brussels. This is
Pompeo says U.S. will label anti-Israel BDS movement "anti-Semitic"
"Announcing that the U. S. Would brand the international Palestinian led boycott movement against Israel is anti Semitic and Barney groups that participate in it from receiving government funding. Those announcements largely symbolic, illustrating the deep ties between President Trump and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.
Andrew Yang moving to Atlanta to help Democrats win Senate runoffs
"Andrew Yang says he and his wife, Evelyn, are moving to the Peach state. His Tweet says he plans to lend a hand to both John all soft and Raphael Warnock as they head into their Senate runoff races against a pair of Republican incumbents David Perdue and Kelly Leffler. Yang also says Theo nly way for Joe and Camilla to get things done for the next four years. Is with a Democratic Senate. The runoff will be held on January 5th on Brett Barney
Senator repeatedly mispronounces Kamala Harris' name at Trump rally
"President led his anxiety show last night in Macon Georgia. Could you imagine if I lose my whole life? What am I going to? I'm going to say I lost to the worst candidate in the history of politics. That same Georgia crowd witnessed a campaign controversy when Senator David Purdue up for reelection appear to mockingly flood the name of his Senate colleague Kamala Harris the most insidious thing. Chuck Schumer and Joe Biden are trying to perpetrate end Barney and Elizabeth? Amok Mama Mama. I. Don't know. Whatever Georgia Democrats pounced calling it a racist tactic produce campaign responded that he simply mispronounced Senator Harris's name and he didn't mean anything by it.
"barneys" Discussed on Knowledge@Wharton
"Versus tokyo and so that's the way in which maybe a little more globally oriented real estate investor would be thinking is that now all these trendsetter locations are going to be the ones maybe the only ones that can sustain the types of luxury brands that we've seen for a while and these other cities and then the second question becomes what happens to these spaces in other cities where they're no longer being used for these luxury purposes and i think the this comes back to the interesting competition between these. He's desirable downtown locations. These luxury brands tended to locate in in very very expensive very desirable spots in the other major cities in the the u._s. and that space. That's still in high demand where rents are high and i think there's going to be an interesting repositioning there. When you're thinking about other retail that could move in but you're also seeing the the rise of of office office demand in the example that for this that i like which is a new york example. Is we work buying the lord and taylor flagship action stores february. They closed that deal at four twenty four fifth avenue. It's an incredibly desirable spot in the heart of manhattan and they're converting that into this flexible office space that we work has has been rolling out everywhere so it'll be interesting to see whether a firm like re we work is lining up to purchase. Some of these spaces are rent out some of these spaces and other cities around the u._s. I i would imagine that this degree is a little bit of a of a yellow light flashing shing four retailers that that barney's makes this decision as ben mentioned <hes> you know the old lord and taylor building in manhattan as well that that this is something that that a lot of retailers are going to be thinking about moving forward absolutely <hes> if we think about department stores in particular the need to remember that this exact model of floor after floor after floor was implemented in the late nineteenth century so you had a pretty good run of about hundred and fifty years and here we are almost twenty twenty <hes> having made tremendous advances in technology that has educated us in and and trained us to to shop in a different way so the concept of the department store needs to change so. I don't think that department stores will go away. I the thing it's good to <hes> decrease footprints in data transitional period in terms of real estate but they have to go back to the drafting board and think about who they are and what is their d._n._a. Concept and then tried to scale that up in all the <hes> states that this is burton the united states but do it not in terms of volume so i question the <hes> scaling up process that has been so detrimental so so many retailers and had they gotten that correctly they wouldn't have to fight the real estate <hes> <hes> peak right now in terms of fries. I think we we we expect to me that when we see pyre prices just in general across retail that there is something something that is being passed down by the company to the consumer but in this instance. How much does the luxury consumer worry about higher prices. This is when they see them when they go into a particular store does a does it not affect them as much as say somebody that may have gone into toys r. us in the past or or another retailer that has decide issues. No i think the luxury consumer today is very sophisticated. They do a lot of research we have all sorts of <hes> ways of doing that online <hes> and and so they're very well informed and they're they to seek value when they purchase something so we always need to question this equation between price and value and what is the other denominator the comes in between but makes me want to to purchase something is it a quality of the experience is the quality of the service and someone is providing to me. Is it the quality of the convenience that i'm getting what i'm purchasing something so i i need to close a gap between <hes> higher price and value that i retain as a consumer and when you think about markets ben new york you mentioned before is kind of in a league of its own but there have been very stories over the last couple of years that have talked about the volatility in the commercial real estate market in new york city yeah absolutely when you do when you have these these high prices high rents that you're paying you have to be successful right out of the gate and it's very difficult to sustain retail operation or or a restaurant or a lot of of other businesses for that matter when rents are high and this is frequently why you see only the types of large chain stores or some of the other <hes> you know large luxury players in the most desirable locations a mom and pop <hes> retail chain or a mom and pop restaurant just can't afford those kind of rents to to establish themselves over time and so you absolutely see that that this leads to a lot of volatility and i think it's coming back to tony's points earlier about the sort of changing dynamics around some of these firms trying to find their way in a more complicated economic setting where where you're competing with ecommerce in new in a new and different way <hes> i think that doesn't give firms a lot of time to <hes> to sort out any issues they might be having they need to hit the ground running and succeed right away but do you even see and i think with some of the smaller retailers you will see the opportunity to try and go look for a better price for one particular business. Do you see that actually going on even with some of these luxury retailers looking at what that bottom line price is and saying if you're not going to give it to me. I'm going to go look someplace else. That's a great question. I haven't seen any good <hes> analysis of this. I think you certainly see this when you look at the where sort of spatially things like restaurants and other retail corridors are popping up and so you do see this moving out of some of the most desirable areas but i think that and this is something you told me you may know better than i do but at my sense that luxury brands really do tend to place a premium on their location and that they're they're consumers tend to go look for them in sort of a concentrated luxury area and so if you don't have that so address or that you you know that specific fifth avenue address <hes> you know that might be a difficult thing for <hes> for the retailer in terms of getting the foot traffic that they'd expect but i think to me it may maven be an instance of the brand may be able to carry some of the string theor but once that company sets roots down in a particular location in new york city that expectation that that store is going to be there is already built into the consumer. Yes that is absolutely correct but i think because of what you mentioned over the value of the brand <hes> and how important that is to the consumers. I think that the brands can actually navigate that problem by moving moving in side streets and i'm talking about new york city that i know well. I don't know if lies another <hes> big c._d.'s <hes> so let's say we are stealing in the soho area area or upper east side but we're not in mighty so nothing and we're not on <hes> <hes> on queen street. We're on his side street. Where rents can be a little lower where the experience is going to be very similar to what i have been offering to my client for the last twenty years and a lot of brands have been doing this actually a lot of <hes> companies. <hes> that are very prestigious in harry touch brands that we had on madison avenue have actually moved from modern avenue the side streets. Let's say sixty four sixty six because you can afford a little bit better the rents over there but there's also the expectation in a town like new new york city told me of of the of the person coming in from paris or london or germany wherever that might be who is that shopper and that's in part part why at least with new york city i would think manhattan is the most desirable location because you see so many more travelers in that area. Yes manhattan for sure but this is interesting. How you ask the question you spoke about traveling from germany and <hes> perry mason and whatever other european european cd. I think this is exactly where the problem is. Today we have people who have been consuming luxury for years who are actually tired of seeing that sort ordos x. overexpansion which has become a little vulgar in the luxury market and won't to find their beloved brands in more intimate environments armaments and then you have the other type of luxury consumer who is coming from <hes> new wealth countries <hes> <hes> south america asia asia russia and they go primarily to manhattan for the madison avenue experience again are different types of luxury consumers and ah brand needs to think and calculate how many of those are going to be returned clients and so do i care about my long long-term investment in those clients. Even if i have to sacrifice location or am i here to copied allies on traffic from tourists who are going to pass through new york <hes> pity once or maybe twice in their life and that has such an interesting application for for real estate so if you're if you're willing to to take some some of those high rents and to stay on the madison avenue's of the world then you're going to draw on one type of of consumer potentially sort of orient your entire <music> outlook around that that particular slice of the luxury consumer market if you're willing to move maybe just around the corner for a slightly cheaper rate or maybe a few blocks away then you may be targeting this other slice and so it'll be interesting to see. I think how different brands approach that trade off. I was thinking in new york city so many times not that this was a luxury store but when you think about product placement and location f._a._o. Schwarz for for how many decades was was an icon in midtown. Manhattan told me yes <hes> i mean this is a great example actually and hear <hes> that requires event and more <hes> extensive discussion because a lot of things happen in the <hes> toy industry and how <hes> people buy toys right so <hes> that takes us a little bit away from what we're discussing but people need icons because where we had f._a._o. Schwarz we have apple stores now so the desirability of the location for these high end experienced something really extravagant and beautiful and unique is still there for the consumers even if they are tourist or if they're the city's residents <hes> each just said our interests had shifted from specific product categories to other protocols that categories. I think we're in such an interesting time right now. In this context i mean e commerce is still only about fifteen percent of total retail sales sales. Sometimes we talk about it like it's ninety nine percent and it feels like it does when you walk when you walk down the street and see the delivery trucks dropping off the amazon boxes and and i think this longer perspective that told me raise about department store is being developed in the early nineteen hundreds <hes> you know they face competition from from the mail order catalogs they've faced competition from the sears catalog had to adapt to that and then you've seen this sort of evolution over time of the big box stores slicing away some of the departments and for a long time people thought well no one will buy clothes online. You need to go to the store to try them on and we've seen a huge amount of clothing purchase moving online so i think we're at a really interesting stage and i think that that is going to have long term implications for how we shop and how space in in these downtown's is used to me just a little bit of time left. I wanted to get your opinion on the future of barney's because of this obviously they've filed for chapter eleven they. They still have some of the stores open. I think a lot of people are who know the brand and follow it are wondering whether or not it's headed towards toys r. us or if it's going to be able to find a buyer and be able to keep some of its stores open. Well you see <hes>. I think there will be a buyer of because of people walk. Whoa crave for what barneys has to offer but the trick here is <hes> what i said earlier. Are these buyers trained to operate within the luxury market hits because if you're private equity investor is forcing you to have results <hes> every quarter is the same way would happen. If you were a publicly traded company you cannot and do it and you will fail again. If you're a private equity investor.
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"The rent for its flagship store on manhattan's madison avenue was nearly doubling from sixteen to thirty million dollars a year the bankruptcy c._e. News highlights the issues that even upscale retailers are having trying to remain profitable while maintaining storefronts in desirable areas joining us to discuss this this benjamin keys associate professor in the wharton's <hes> school of real estate <hes> in the real estate department and also joining us tomi cedary who's an adjunct professor of marketing at n._y._u. Stern school of business as well as business editor of luxury history culture and consumption ben great to see you. Thanks for having me thank. You told me great to have you back with us. Thank you so i guess let's touch on the bankruptcy itself. Tummy and and part of this is kind of the landscape that some some of these luxury retailers are dealing with right now in the fact that <hes> that they are having to deal with as like any other retailer right now the battle against online yes <hes> definitely we've seen a lot of this in new york city <hes> which for years had a very stable landscape and right now everything is changing and shifting that means that not only great department stores have disappeared from the urban map but also smaller retailers that simply if we can not afford the real estate rents any longer ben i guess the real estate side of this and when you look at the numbers that that barney's was having to pay especially she here in new york city now the marketplace in other towns is probably a little bit less but still you're probably seeing the same types of issue with commercial real estate across the u._s. At at this point yeah. This is a challenge for a lot of retailers. I think there's a little bit of a lack of context in the for the barney's bankruptcy. It's hard to know whether sixteen million dollars is quote unquote the right price for for their rent and re weather thirty million dollars is quote unquote too much. I think it's notable that they're actually keeping that flagship store open <hes> <hes> so they will be paying that higher rent but but sort of claiming the data's had some ripple effects for for the broader business. I think it's it's certainly true that in the desire zaire will locations as we're seeing these changes to use of real estate and we can talk more about <hes> we work and some of the other players were been scooping up some of this desirable <hes> retail space in the in the sort of prime locations especially in manhattan <hes> there's just increased demand for for those types of locations and you're seeing <hes> rising rents in a lot of these spots as a booming period for commercial real estate. We've seen many years coming out of the great recession that <hes> rents have risen for a lot of retail in desirable spots and that's not true of the second tier and third tier malls that are in outlying areas which we've heard so much about their closures but this is the flip side to that the places places where there is still quite a bit of foot traffic and still a lot of demand for physical space so tom i it takes through if you can what some of those downstream dream effects are from a company like barneys seeing their rent almost double like this even in new york city yes i do. I have to what was just mentioned. <hes> the the key here is a desirability of the location which is true is still a very much alive and and he creates a little competition amongst retailers to get to these highly desirable spots that then in turn drive the rent high up but the issue here is the marketing strategy that a lot of these retailers are applying and the gap is between having food traffic traffic and having activation that actually converts desirability to purchase and i think that this is where a lot of these retailers lers <hes> <hes> mesa and this is why we see such a high turnover even mighty avenue with retailers coming in for eighteen months for three years and then disappearing veering from them up entirely too how much are retailers and especially in this ca instance domini luxury retailers thinking about that balance between actual store presence in a and looking at their online component. I eight on everyone's mind but it's very difficult to execute for several reasons. I think being one of the reasons is that <hes> in the united states we have been primarily known as a big market in terms of volume of sales and a lotta people have been trained either on the trenches. You know there are people who have been professional for their lives and very successful in retail or they have gone through a very traditional national type of training in marketing but hasn't made them aware of the nuances of how you activate luxury consumers and luxury consumers on everyone's everyone's mind are these demographics that has a certain amount of money to vent and this in my opinion is wrong because i dissect the luxury segment in many many many sub segment and this is where the accusations can happen for the retailers to be successful so when you look at commercial markets ben and obviously i think we understand stand that new york is kind of in a world of its own because of the value that the companies and and people see in new york city but how different is the commercial mersal market in new york city compared. We chicago which obviously is also a top ten market in this country. I think you know the the expectation of las vegas or seattle the atoll closing that may not be as surprising as maybe say chicago yeah i mean i think there's just new york is in another league when it comes is to commercial real estate prices in the united states <hes> certainly in the most desirable locations and and tell me mention this sort of in how competitive <hes> those spaces are when you think about not just for the retail purposes but for a range of other commercial purposes for the headquarters of financial firms for a lot of other folks <hes> who really want to locate in manhattan and also want to live in manhattan we've seen the rise of the the high end condo development in parts of manhattan that previously weren't there over these last eight years <hes> and so i think new orcas really special in that way i think if you look at sort of <hes> other cities most of them are going through different kinds of dynamics when it comes to their commercial real estate very similar in terms of <hes> central district <hes> sort of high traffic areas are still commanding fairly high rents and we've seen increases this is in commercial rents steadily over the last eight years or so in most <hes> most downtown markets where we've seen these sort of urban renaissance is happening big downturns in in the excerpts. I think this this sort of tension over competition and sort of who's interested in using the space and this point about ah the activation of how do you get those sales to generate in your location. You don't need that same kind of challenge to get people in off the street. When you're in office building right people were standing there going there to go to work or if you have other things that are more like the kind of experiential retail. That's that's popping up in a lot of malls malls that have been redeveloped and you think of the ski slope in the mall of the emirates dubai. There are plans for a ski slope in in the meadowlands. New jersey has plans for ski ski sleet ski slope. That's a tongue twister in miami so you're seeing these other sorts of ways to try to encourage people to get in the door and come in off the street and then the question that i think she's much more an expert on his. How does that actually convert to sail so then do you do you expect the potential of in this instance barney made barney's made the decision to keep new york open at the expense of the other <hes> markets that we may see this play out with other retailers moving forward that they will make the decision asian to stay in new york because of the foot traffic because of the the imprint that new york city has at the expense of other markets so the impact may be in the chicago's. The los angeles is the las vegas and seattle's as we move for yeah. It seems to me that he even despite the big increase in rents. This is a strong signal that barney sees a lot of value in that flagship store that it's probably their most profitable physical location and to to whatever extent they're going to develop a broader online presence. They wanna keep that flagship there as as a <hes> as a way to sort of signal their presence in the most important market in the u._s. tomiichi. Do you think that's going to be the case with with a lot of luxury retailers. Yes yes and and if i can <hes> take an elitist view just because we can do it. You know this is a theoretical discussion. I think <hes> there is a very big difference between between luxury consumers new york city <hes> and those in other parts of the country we just mentioned seattle many other locations where we really do not have the numbers of people who have these very highly educated view of what an object should be like what what lifestyle i style it should be like and were they are. <hes> style setters themselves because these were the the real customers of barney's style centers. The rest of the market goes to barney's because there are followers and the united states and this is what i was looking to earlier as that we are basically a very every big market in terms of volume in terms of followers and this is why the online media is doing so well because what anyone wants to see is that something is proposed by an influential and then we'll run in by when we're afraid to make a style statement and that happens usually in big metropolitan areas new york of course it is the the <hes> <hes> honouring that and that's why all the flagships want to be here but in this instance tommy you're talking about the rent almost doubling with with new york and it's almost like barneys has made the decision okay. We're willing to pay the extra fourteen million dollars a year in new york. We have no problem saying okay. We're gonna cut chicago. Chicago cut these other towns and it will basically level out the the amount of rent that they're paying <hes> without knowing their numbers. I would say that yes probably elitist levin lead out but also they have better chances of recovering in new york city if going forward they are <hes> smarter in all these types of occupations experiences and actually going after the young consumers namely generations who are really really really young and selenium. I guess then this really ends up becoming a question of what commercial real estate people are going to be doing moving forward ben in all of these other locations uh-huh understanding that the potential of these types of stores leaving is maybe growing up in in the years to come. Let's write it opens up two interesting questions. One is is who we think of new york really competing with and we've been describing this as a domestic issue and barney's closing u._s. stores in exchange for the new york store but if you think about the the framing that told me just providing thinking about where the trendsetters will now. We're thinking about a global real estate problem here. We're thinking about the comparison of trendsetters in in manhattan versus london versus versus tokyo and so that's the way in which maybe a little more globally oriented real estate investor would be thinking is that now all these trendsetter locations are going to be the ones maybe the only ones that can sustain the types of luxury brands that we've seen for a while and these other cities and then the second question becomes what happens to these spaces in.
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"Of course, there were times when I don't want to be old jazz, haves and play. I'm I'm a person like everybody else if something's going wrong, I feel it if something's going great. Yes, I'm in town. France mode, but I am at that level of excitement because I've filming the show it's very much me. And I feel like it is usually my resting state to be joyful and happy and playful bought the art times when I am she going through stuff, an amber super stressed and, you know, this life, all too, well at this point where your schedules, a not your own the majority of the time, I have no idea what my next day is. Oh, yeah. My sister. My bones. Yeah. So fast paced and you don't know what your day to day is, is going to look like. And so when people see you on the street, and you say, hi, but it's not as excited as they want you to be can't have a bad day. Your car have about day. I hope he choose to talk about that more. And I'm so happy, you mentioned this now because there was a part in your book, where when you moved to Utah, and you had a modest fashion line, and you were at a peak where you were so busy, and you were successful to the term of what successful would mean with business. Right. And then there was there was a moment where you would pull your car over in you. Call your husband could you tell us about that? Yeah. This was just a bad time because of the stress of my businesses, and I had three businesses at the time all of them were thankfully successful with with great success in business comes, great stress and great responsibility. I was struggling for a while thinking, I don't know how can keep up with this. Level. And so I told my husband many times, I don't know how much longer I can do this. I don't know what the autists icon, just quit the businesses because that's not my world. I can't just walk away employees who depend on me for that the income their livelihood until I can't just walk away in about how stressed I am about it now. No matter how hard this is. And so at one point, I saw no other option other than suicide. And so I called my husband and it was a very a ready hot time. I was in the car on my way home. And I was crying historic historically in the car, and I had there's a bridge that I have to cross to get home from my old office, and so I called him, and I said, I need you to talk to me, and he was like, why what's going on? He was working at the hospital. He was hospital. And I try not to bother him at all. He's busy saving children's lives, and he doesn't need to be worrying about worrying about my drama. So it's not very often I call, but I called him and said, look, I'm I, I want to drive this car for bridge. And I need to tell me why that this I'm being stupid and pulled over because he was like pullover polo. But I just need you to talk to me, listen to my voice, and so, yeah, it was a really really hard time. I've never felt the feelings that I felt at that time. Well, I thought that I can't see I can't see the wood for the trees. I can't see a way out of this. Do you remember the thing that he said that may? Like maybe it was a click in your head. It wasn't one thing. He, he had made it very clear, which is so sappy at this point, you're gonna think this is so sappy but for me it was very grounding. He was I can't do this without you. Like, I'm you on my husband my person. If you do this, I can't live without you. He's basically saying, I would have to do the same. You're forcing me to the same as what you're about to. We feel about each other like my greatest fear is that he will pass and that I won't be able to function without him. And so he was like, you know what you're gonna do to me. Please don't do this. I know you've, we can get through this. You're gonna come home. You are never going to go to the office. Again. We're going to shut it down. And it's like it's not the way it works. I conscious do that. So he was all I need to do is get home. I went to leave work early. Now, I will meet you home in a few minutes. Do you get home? And so I did. And he held me as I cried in bed for hours and hours and hours. And I didn't go back to work for a couple of days. And then I was like, okay time from you sell these businesses. I can't do this anymore. Yeah. Yeah. Thank you so much for sharing the veterans lot of courage for writing about it. I can't imagine what that process was, but there's so many people who need to hear from me. Thanks, what advice do you have for people who are going through a similar situation and need to hear from somebody who had gone through the same speak more openly to your to, whoever you can trust more than anybody in, if you don't have somebody, there are support lines that you can call when people truly are willing to listen to your story of find out why you're feeling this way, talk and be completely candid about exactly how you're feeling. I'd mentioned to my husband that I was feeling really down. I would I mentioned that I was stressed, but I didn't really articulate just to what level of stress I was under and it wasn't until that moment, and then I saw talking about it with him regularly, and it, it gave me some comfort to just be able to say this is what's happening. Find somebody that you truly trust. And you can tell completely implicitly exactly how you feeling and. I know that they're gonna listen. I mean, your life is very busy today as well. How would you compare the stresses of running three businesses and the stresses of running your life business right now? Oh. The businesses were very hot. They all become successful. However, if things went wrong, that was my money on the line. If things go wrong here. That makes his reputation is on the line if all goes away, I thankfully, I was retired. Just in the book also tiring, I sold my businesses, and I retired and thankfully, the businesses were successful enough to be able to want this show. I did not want to be unclear I until even on set that we three I tried to quit, I booked my flight to why. Okay. Honestly, honestly, I didn't think I was out for television. The guy was entertainment. Yeah. Let me tell you this. I don't how strict of family you have when it comes to religion. But in my family, we didn't really do photos. It wasn't encouraged, we don't really do did family yearly family photo, Hector people all we would definitely not our sect of the religion was a little more strict. So photos were kind of a bit in, and so we didn't have photo. So to go from a person who doesn't take photos to hate. Let's put you on these seven video cameras in your face. Like we're going to film, you, not just photograph you. That's it rarely rarely intimidating. I didn't have a publican scrammed before. Then I wasn't public anyway. I was a very private person on. I didn't let my photo taken let alone fell and so two to go from never being on camera. Never having designed to be on camera to then being on set with something people watching on the first day it was my solo seem the first day. We shot queer eye on my own. Was it was my solo scene? There's a whole team of people around, and I've got to act like this, my whole life, and I lead the same and I cried so hard in the bathroom every twenty minutes or so. But it's use the restroom cry wheel hod of in combat Kelly. You can do this got to do this. You commit to do this. The Finally I'd cried. So those few weeks, I, I, I was going to quit the show because I thought I can't possibly be good at this. I don't know what I'm doing. And so I spoke to the executive producer on the show, and he convinced me your everything we ever wanted you to be just honest. You don't know this stuff, which is great your talking this person not like a show business person. You're talking to this person like a human, and that's why you connecting ability was your biggest strength. Yeah. And so, I think that's why when people meet me surprised I think they were expecting that what they see on this show is a character. That is truly me. What you see on the show is absolutely what you get and realize, because I don't know how to be anything else. I'm. Performa. Yeah. But I also want to ask if, if you would have seen more people who were like you on television. Do you think that would have made it any easier tell you this? So the reason why I didn't want the job initially. So it was offered to me, and I said, yes. And the very shortly after I was actually before I was even how to offer the audition, I said, no. Thank you a nuts because the thought of representing a community is a lot of responsibility, readies love responsibility. And but I did think I could be the first one actually my husband reminded me of this. The I could be the first one who really does represent in a very positive way on a very large platform that have been South Asian game and before on TV. But we knew that this was going to be on a global platform, a Netflix and so to represent in a positive way felt really enticing also felt really stifling bought. Now, it's the is the reason I love what I do so much. I the DM's. I get the, the, the lattice. Get from people all over the world. Not just South Asia, saying you represent a vision that I have never seen on TV of may. I finally feel like I'm not alone. I know I don't know you personally, but I don't feel alone. I feel like I can live a life that I never thought I could live on quite honestly, I did in my very early twenties. I thought, oh, maybe I'm going to have to get my two woman, but that can't be so the my only option is suicide I con, I can't marry a woman, my family, there's no way that I want to be married to a man. So I will live a happy life until then and then say I love that. I'm in a position now to encourage young Asian, South Asian men on everybody else who may be struggling to say, you can live, a very happy life, an incredibly fulfilled life. I am a very, very proud South Asian game on who's been mine for eleven years and has a beautiful marriage. There is a life outside of the community. You might know that, that feels so stifling right now. Well, well, thank you. Thank you. Thank you so much. An let's end this on a little bit of a life. Mr france. Yeah. Just, you know, to clarify here on the Barneys podcast. Did you in fact name the French tuck after yourself? Okay. Let's set there we, you set the record straight. No. I don't know where the two French comes from I wish I could take credit for that, though. I've been doing it since I was like sixteen seventeen so, yeah, I thought, well, the French took is gonna make my legs more proportionate. So I started doing it. I know what it was cold. And I started on the show, and I was doing on every episode of the finally one of the producers, the executive producer was like what does that think you keep doing should we call it like the name. So, at least when you're doing it, you can explain what it is. I was like, I don't know what is called. Let me Google it real quick. No that came off. And then that's what came up who gold it. Yeah. Oh man. Right. No. So icon credit for, but I will happily accept the fact that I've made it a more popular Tom. Well, thank you so much. 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"I'm sorry. I'm here to take over season. Three of the Barneys podcast. This is the show that usually celebrates fashion style culture and personality and not saying we're not going to do that now but this season we're going to do things a little differently. We're highlighting some of today's leaders on the forefront of pushing culture forward, and if you're about that this is the podcast for you when the world tells you to shrink expand I think there's something to be said for this rogue journalism the thought of representing community readies love responsibility. So I'm a journalist who happens to wear the hijab. And when I first started in this industry, people were quick to label me as an activist because I was in a space that had an always welcomed women like me before. And if you know anything about journalists being labeled an activist isn't always the best look, so it made me really frustrated, but I realized passing the mic to those who are giving us. Their stories is a radical form of storytelling itself. I really believe our strengths lie in our differences. And what makes us unique and the thing I take away is that when you build a bridge rooted in even one single commonality with others. A world of possibility opens up before you. And that's exactly what the season is about pushing boundaries celebrating the leaders who dare to use their voice differently. And of course, doing it all in style. You'll hear from Elaine wealth, Roth she is the former editor in chief of teen vogue, when you are just being yourself in a space that wasn't built for you. You are changing the culture and clear is tan, France. I'm not like oh, the boys in my community, I could make a full denim jacket proteins of fifteen and of course some geeking out over fashioned icons. Like when the duo behind dire Prada met, MRs Prada in Milan, swipes. I'm never watching this Chica gun. I'm excited for you to hear what we've gotten season three. We launch on June twenty six. Subscribe now on apple Stitcher, Spotify or wherever you get your podcasts.
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"Well, I have to take. I'm not scared snoop Dogg, just want you to know we have to why it's. I don't smoke. I hail don't blame you but it's it works. And is that has that sense of humor always been there and that helped, you know, so and help you lead company, I always use humor in terms of being a CEO? I always feel that I need you Mer. And I need to lead with humor or else. I'm not sure I could be an effective person. Good. I think laughing at yourself as good, and I think laughing with others, good. And we used to do it more. So when I go to California film, those shows, it's such a kind of a relief and acts, can be silly. You can be crazy a little bit crazy. Yes that come on us credible. Wow is right, right. Even Matthew Mocatta. He was really good. He was excellent. I always thought he was like sort of dour, and then he is so funny and so attractive, by the way realize more movies. Yeah. Everybody we've had on the show is a talented human you like doing TV. Oh boy. Oh, yeah. I like it a lot. And it depends on, of course, which which shows, but I like doing all the night shows with Jimmy Fallon and drink and Stephen Colbert. I love those guys. I miss David liderman so much, David. Where are you? You tell us a little bit more about when we can expect the biography or at least two years at least two and is a cathartic. I know everyone is it's racking it is. There's a lot of material. You've also written ninety four books. I know. But the this one this was the big big, big one. And, and it's personal. And so, I don't like to spend a lot of time thinking about myself. I never have I always wanted to busy other things you have all your busy, and you're also it's not I'm not I'm not self centered like that, I go, I don't like being like that the grandchildren, there's a seven and eight now I had no idea how much attention they would take or take a of me. I'm not allowed to shower them with too much attention. But, but I love them and I love to think about them and what can I do? What, how can they grow up to be valuable human beings? So those are the kinds of things that sort of distract me from that, that book, when do you find time to write? I ready you do. And I can also right? Very well in the car right on my ipad or on my iphone. I write all my call my iphone. So we're really excited to celebrate tonight. The grilling book, I'm thrilled. I can't wait to kick off my summer with your new book. I was thrilled to do the, the design of one of his. Liberty or designer hamburgers. And although this is not have having it is ground Turkey. And I got the idea. Do you want wanna know? Yes. Yes. One girl, the berles I haven't had it yet. So I had a like a build up to the Headley really big turkeys last year. And if My. I. Poultry yard and they had to go they just had to go, and I found the, the right place to take them and the, the returned with this monstrous amount of giant turkeys. They some of them were thirty five pounds and they were all too tough to really roast. So I took them down to my local butcher, and he was so kind to grind the white meat separately from the dark meat, and, and he ground up all this meat, I think I had I ended up with, like sixty five or seventy pounds of white meat of Turkey ground, and about forty five pounds of dark meat of Turkey. And so, I started to think what can I make out of these things, and it the best thing was the was the I made a Meatloaf with relish. Turkey meatloaf. It was so good. And then, so this, this would make refurbishes. So we designed this designer burger a couple, I guess about a year and a half ago. Right. And, and it was in the magazine it was very popular. And we redesigned it for Barneys and Mike. Mark, Strauss, men, who is an old friend, by the way, we've added kale on the topping and more red pepper relish beautiful. War. It's trays Butte as perfect the trays beautiful and Calvin tray with the liner perfect of a picture of my farm. So, so it all fits and Barney's is, is such a nice place to die. We're so excited to be able to celebrate. So I have a question for you. The my big dream when I retire is to open a flower shop. Mine too. I think you've done. I think you've done. I don't need any competition shots. No. No. But I don't like to get my hands dirty. So that's one thing that might slow me down on the flower shop have my flower.
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"I'm Cindy Levy. And this is the Barneys podcast, the show that celebrates fashion style culture. But most of all the personalities who create those things every single day. So feel Bush has been a TV force ever since she started in the teen drama, one tree hill America watched as the character, she played on the show. Brooke Davis became more outspoken, and political. I was like, we have to say inspiring things to girls. I did not sign up to do the opposite of that Sofia has gone on to star in movies and have lead roles on other network dramas including the upcoming surveillance will never buying into the idea that actors have to stay in their lane. She's a proud feminist outspoken advocate, on many issues, and his always vocal about getting people out to vote. I've known Sophia for years. But this was the first time I had the chance to interview her. So when we sat down there was a lot on our minds voting friendship and the.
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"I'm Cindy Levy, and this is the Barneys podcast, the show that celebrates fashion style culture. But most of all the personalities who create those things every single day. Mean Nosrat is a writer teacher chef and an all around lover of food from day one. My mom would make these court, let sandwiches, I would bring to school, and they were so good. And it'd be like yogurt and pickles and pita bread. It's just this kind of like Brown amorphous thing and kids were like, well that looks like poof, and I just remember feeling sorry for them. But they weren't eating this delicious thing since she's been cooking, professionally at the acclaimed restaurant chez panisse in Berkeley, and in Italy, among other places. She started to notice. There were certain things that made good food. Good. She distilled those things into four elements in two thousand sixteen her book, salt, fat acid heat, the art of mastering the elements of good cooking became a bestseller, and won a James beard award. She also became a columnist for the New York Times magazine. Now, she's brought her philosophy of cooking to life in a. Four part series on net flicks. A sublime blend of travel and food, and while I had dozens of questions for me about everything from gender in the kitchen to which condiments I should start stockpiling. We started where we always do. What are you.
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"I'm Cindy Levy. And this is the Barneys podcast, the show that celebrates fashion style culture. But most of all the personalities who create those things every single day by any account. Cameron Russell is one of the most successful models in the world. She's walked for Chanel versity product, you name it, and she's a regular in magazines like vogue, and w but she did not start off dreaming of a career in modeling since I was maybe four thought I wanted to be president. So I. I was like, okay, well, if I moved to New York, there's a lot of electoral votes there. So that would be a great state to be from in the years. She has been working as a model cameras used her platform to speak up about everything from white privilege to climate change and more recently as the knee to movement rippled, across film, comedy and politics. She helped bring a long overdue, reckoning to the fashion industry sharing her own story of sexual harassment and inviting others to do the same. She's also helped organize other models through a collective called the model mafia when I sat down with Cameron. We talked about some pretty heavy topics as well as the consequences she's faced for speaking out..
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"I'm Cindy Levy. And this is the Barneys podcast, the show that celebrates fashion style culture. But most of all the personalities who create those things every single day Victoria Beckham has been in the public eye for decades. If you slept through the nineteen ninety s here's a quick cheat sheet. She was posh spice a member of the international sensation, the Spice Girls, which sold fifty two million records worldwide. And then when the girl group went on hiatus, she set her sights on fashion. She launched her Victoria Beckham line in two thousand and eight and unlike many quote unquote celebrity driven brands it succeeded gaining steadily year after year. In fact, the brand celebrated its tenth anniversary this fall. But if the name Victoria Beckham makes you think of forbidding fashion creature with dark, sunglasses and never smile. Let me tell you. It's not the case. The world is getting to know a very different side of her. One of my friends at she said to me the day after the show, he said this. The first time that I've seen you share the use that I know with everybody else I caught up with Victoria, few days after she showed her tenth anniversary collection at London and Paris fashion weeks, this fall Victoria Beckham. What are you wearing today? Today. I.
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"That celebrates fashion style culture and most of all personality when Alexander Wang. And Ryan Corbin look back at the beginning of their friendship, they could never have imagined how things would progress the two met is students at the new school and have since steadily risen to the top of their fields. Alexander Wang showed his first collection at New York fashion week in two thousand and seven. And if you own distressed jeans or a fashion backpack, he may be the reason why he also spent three years as creative director of Balenciaga returning fulltime to the US in twenty fifteen to focus holy on his own brand of which he's now CEO Brian Corbin has brought a fresh take on old world romance to his interior design. He's designed homes for Konya west stores for Balenciaga and just finished work on an entire luxury condo on bleaker street in Manhattan. He's also happy to share his style with the rest of us and has just published his second book on design earlier this fall. When I sat down with the longtime friends and collaborators we had a wide ranging conversation about everything from trust to family to the importance of a great medicine chest..
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"Definitely I grew up really fast in that time period because I just had titan three weeks before. And so just as I'm saying Hello to someone. I I'm turning right around and saying goodbye and it happened. So quick, you know, she was just in LA like holding titan when he was. Oh, teeny tiny, and then I was literally watching her a sin, you know. So it's indefinitely matured me pretty quickly, though, but I had the best support system like have people flying who I hadn't talked to win years, and they flew into Atlanta, my family was there, and they were supportive in my face. Fans word salt. Awesome. That will make me cry alone. They were so supportive. I'm sorry, you had to go through right? All right. But I learned so much about friendships and relationships. And when you look at people in there are you speak to them, you're to be present. You know what I mean? Like, that's what that taught me above anything. I'd like to be present with people now and it's, it's sometimes hard, you know, in the industry, you like, oh, you had fashion shows, and you're texting and you this in like, is this person walks in, and this, and that, and I'm like, hi. How are you? Like I wanna be in that began with face to face. Yeah. Nothing like it. I love it. I crave it. Yeah. Yeah. What you get that in, in live performances. It's different. I know. That's not that's not a friendship but you've had some incredible live gigs recently. You know, you reference the Destiny's Child moment at Coachella. But you also performed with Stevie Wonder mistaken until, like two in the morning. One night in LA. Oh, it was so awesome. What's it like this is not the first time you've performed Stevie? Now, it was once with Destiny's Child in this time he asked me there, and it's an honor to get invitation from savy wonder because I grew up loving him loving his voice loving that harmonica loving his melodies just like how he makes us feel every emotion that we're so blessed to feel. So when I got on stage by the way, it was so late and we were supposed to be leading our nanny go. And so someone every working mom, by the way, relates on TV. The person that works was like he's about to go on. I was like I'm supposed to be leading money any go right now. He's like in five minutes. I was like, no problem. I was like I need. I have to stay here. You're gonna have to understand that tell you Nancy Stevie Wonder I'll pay you extra Stevie like it's all good God on stage and I did not want to get off the stage. He was just awesome. Because those are moments you don't take for granted. Yeah. Okay. So I wanna talk about your sunglasses collaboration coming up with smoke and mirrors at Barney's, which is one of the reasons we're here. First of all, why sunglasses I have been obsessed with glasses ever since I could afford them to be completely honest. What was your first period year emojis? Okay. You started bang. Jay some good glasses. And I remember I got so excited, I, I had them for the longest time, and I remember I took a boat trip with some friends, and I was so bummed because I had them since ninety eight and it was one of the first big things are bought myself in lost on a boat trip. I was so bummed. So I've always had this obsession with him. So I was so happy when this opportunity came about specially because mocha mirrors is like rooted in music, a main collection that they have is, of course, like inspired by songs. So it just made sense. The collaboration made sense in how did you figure out what you wanted the sunglasses to look like what the style would be was just like things I Kelly would wear use things. I would wear what looks great on off facial shapes. And, and what like what makes you feel fly, you know what I mean? 'cause glasses like also do that. You can have the worst makeup day or face day as soon as you put on some glasses. You like they can't tell. Oh, me nothing that home. And I love that. It's can't wear sunglasses in job interviews, right? Can you imagine if people starting to, like, oh no, I got this job? I'm good. So what was the process of creating fashion, like compared to the process of creating music? Like, did you feel like they were kind of similar? There were definitely kind simply because I think that each time you see it like, once you send it in, you know, to, to be made you like okay when it comes back to make sure it's everything that you wanted to be. And even if it's the smallest hint of something that you're just not sure about you have to say, I think we should try this over or make this lens a little bit darker than I think, is going to match the shade of the exterior of is like, all kinds of stuff you think. Yeah, but I think that just as much as you put detail in music, you do it in everything that you do by the way. One of my favorite details about you, your first name is actually Kalandria. Yes. Crate name. I'm mom anybody call you Kalandria my husband. Yeah. And who else Kalandria my husband? That's beautiful. Thank you. I like that. Well Kalandria give thank you so much. This has been a great conversation. I have truly enjoyed it. Thank you so much Kelly Rowland is working on an album with her sons help. Of course, she's got a.
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"This is the Barneys podcast, the show that celebrates fashion style culture and most of all personality. Kelly Rowland has been in the spotlight since she was a teenager. I, of course, as a member of the massively successful girl group Destiny's Child, which pretty much owned the pop charts in the late nineties later, she became a solo performer, and since Destiny's child's split in two thousand and five she's had a thriving wide ranging career. She's released four solo albums, she's hosted TV programs and after the birth of her son, titan, she even wrote a book about motherhood. But most of all, she's found her voice as a champion of self acceptance so many people that will tell you the craziest things about yourself. There's only one thumbprint that looks like yours. So what you bring to the table is unique and beautiful. Like, don't let anybody tell you that you can't don't won't shouldn't when I sat down with Kelly, I had a lot of quest. For her about music, identity and living in the spotlight. But first things first, what are you wearing today? Kelly, Rowland,.
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