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"boyd gaines" Discussed on KOMO
"Flights neck for several minutes worries about suburban looting in the wake of the weekend chaos in Seattle and Bellevue prompts the city of Kirkland today to urge business owners and that eastside city the lock up and shut down early today there have been some peaceful protests in marina park independent medical examiners today are revealing how George Floyd died the evidence is consistent with mechanical asphyxia as the cause of death and homicide as the manner of death Dr Alicia Wilson made her comments during a briefing as Floyd's relatives want officers at the scene to be charged with first degree murder Terence Floyd today told protesters his brother loved Minneapolis and destruction of the community is the last thing he would have wanted A. B. C.'s Ryan burrow joining us on the komo news line Floyd's family now preparing for three memorial services in three different states Ryan yeah Minnesota North Carolina and Texas and all of those I should be happening within the next week or so with Minnesota starting off later this week but I'm actually at the sites where George Boyd breeders last breath and as you heard from that autopsy report we also received notes from the medical examiner saying cause of death cardio pulmonary arrest complicating the law enforcements untold restraint and Nexium pressure manner of death homicide so this is that more documentation that will be used against the former police officer Derek shop and moving forward in the meantime here where I'm at really peaceful Memorial we've seen thousands of people come through dropping off flowers candles sign on what was a pretty somber area quiet prayer and reflection earlier in the day after Terrence Boyd Gaines has actually turned into a block party I mean they're people growing now there's music going occasionally that the music will be interrupted by chance and George Boyd George Floyd so it is a little bit different of a field not one of anger or frustration but almost a celebration of life what kind of a difference do you think it made for his brother to speak out and talk about him having a peaceful family I I think it's going to I have a world of difference this was already a city that was kind of bondage the down swing as far as the violence goes the last two nights have not produced nearly the looting or the arsons that we've seen in the in the three days prior on that part of that is the stepping up of the Minnesota National Guard now the governor saying that he's going to start pulling that back a little bit trying to get a some of the boots off the ground trying to be less threatening and trying to begin the healing process they will continue across the you starting this evening ten o'clock previously it had been eight o'clock now ten o'clock in the gonna he blowing that through evened out tomorrow night as well and and see where they're at and they're now with those independent examiners medical examiner's coming out with their statements in the family attorney as saying doctors found pressure to Floyd's neck and back led to his death what we know about the calls for arrests of the other three officers yeah we don't know if anything's going to happen yes the one person who's been calling for patient the new person in charge is the Attorney General of Minnesota my name is Allison that may may may bring about what he was a congressman for a long time I use the Attorney General now and he has been named the lead in this case our engineers warns that it is very difficult June prosecute when police officers for things like murder because they do have it with them their ability and and within their right to use force when necessary self it is going to be a challenge but they do believe they can at least get shot in on the stock the count of third degree murder as well as manslaughter but yeah there's some real questions about the other three involved even though everyone seems to believe that they should be charged in one form or another A. B. C.'s Brian burrow thank you Ryan thank you at the como news time now.
"boyd gaines" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"Out room for a walk or a trip today to the marks grocery the start of a series however of play the readings governor says being streamed too many online young people aren't taking first that up was seriously the Heidi chronicles so featuring is ordering all the original New York Broadway City playgrounds cast which included to close Joan Allen Cynthia open Nixon spaces and Boyd Gaines in the parks will plays remain in open the house so when as I keep it's being pushing called will for continue every high Wednesday compliance and Saturday afternoon at on two social distancing this is a benefit for the actor it's because high the actors compliance fund's and social coronavirus distancing relief will efforts reduce the a tractor number trailer crashed this is what and they burned near Dallas began today talking no about one was flattening hurt but curve the entire flattening curve cargo flattening curve burned with out social distancing what was that with good social toilet distancing paper the governor says the state's yep projection TPC show that seventy which is high five in demand thousand since hospital the start of beds the outbreak will still with be stores needed quickly at the peak selling at the end out of April along with twenty five the thousand NYPD ventilators now says a police involved shooting the governor in the Bronx says this the morning state now has may nearly have been a case eighty of attempted four thousand suicide confirmed by cop cases of investigators corona virus say a man with claiming more than nineteen to have hundred the corona virus deaths and that's other four health hundred issues more than pulled yesterday a weapon on officers in the near city the corner if there of Westchester are more than and eleven Sarek avenues hundred at around deaths four this morning the cops opened fire after he we've refused been talking a repeated lot about demands Hey to drop the the harrowing weapon experiences the man is now of in doctors stable condition and nurses at Jacobi at hospital local hospitals the officers were but not don't forget the hurt people who first fifty come five in contact degrees fair with skies these emergency the humidity cases thirty two percent the EMTs winds are northeast and at paramedics nine gusting to twenty they miles need an hour help fifty and five FEMA's going down to standing forty at in two Central hundred Park fifty ambulances wins news and time crews three or fifty in bars five a laces I knew your his curse ranks this are is depleting health commissioner Dr yet CD's those Barbeau healthy with to do an urgent the job message remain on the new front Yorkers line need to stay responding home to stop to this the unprecedented spread of coronavirus disaster he must go out for basics many like groceries tragedies and medicine in our practice city social distancing but it's usually and keep localized at least six feet of space now between yourself and it's other everywhere people avoid the union crowds president and again himself an put EMT distance between says his yourself members are and sleeping others in their in cars line at the store or their headquarters and on the ready street for the next shift for alerts from but the city also afraid Texas to C. infect O. V. their I. D. families cove at it home to six with the nine virus two six nine two sorry when it lands on thanks for it calling lives one for eight quite hundred some got time junk he this says is Serra they need how full can I help body I've tied been working back from suits home as part when my of house their protective gets so small arsenal your health the feel FDNY smaller says than they're before accessing yes hotel rooms where did for all this worker junk safety come from it's invisible and masks gloves until the day and you gowns notice are that in you full can make supply it disappear and Juliet all have to Papa do is point ten ten yes wins news I don't have to touch the anything state department you touch says nothing it's been and working we touch to get only Americans that things are going who to have.
"boyd gaines" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"Lost a spouse or partner call six four six seven three nine a one thousand five that six four six seven three nine one thousand five now the ten ten wins accu weather four day forecast here's meteorologist John ferric cool gusty breeze out there this afternoon but we do have some sunshine temperatures topping out in the mid fifties and breezy and chilly for tonight down to forty in windier for tomorrow what's a gust thirty five to forty miles per hour sunshine mixing with some clouds of the fifty six we'll see a few showers later tomorrow night into Friday a lot of the time they'll be dried windy and chilly on Friday I fifty four and they're not quite as chilly on Saturday with less wind sunshine some clouds of the fifty six milder on Sunday with some sunshine rough near sixty even milder early next week right now and so far fifty two with some sunshine many thirty six percent the northeast at thirteen the card after fifty to one of the fifty four in mid town on accu weather meteorologist John fear come your weather station ten ten wins wins news time at one fifty three from the house of Griffin door to your house JK Rowling has launched the online Harry potter at home hope which offers the boy wizard the resources for parents and kids during the corona virus outbreak this includes puzzles videos quizzes and even an ebook version of Harry potter and the philosopher's stone about a Wednesday matinee right in your living room starting today at two o'clock a series of staged readings will be streamed online first up the Heidi chronicles featuring the original Broadway cast Joan Allen Cynthia Nixon Boyd Gaines plays in the house will include will continue every Wednesday and Saturday afternoon that is a benefit for the actors fund's coronavirus relief efforts navy officials are trying to figure out how to evacuate a fourth that four thousand sailors from the USS Theodore Roosevelt which is docked in Guam that's because seventy now of the virus here's correspondent Ryan Braun AT leadership has said that none of these cases so far have required hospitalization they are relatively mild cases to date but one of the key issues is you can't get all the sailors off the ship in time the captain wanting to do this as quickly as possible maybe leadership saying look the fact is there's a nuclear reactor aboard this aircraft carrier.
"boyd gaines" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"New business hours continue Harley Davidson is indoor a rough second quarter let's talk about the prospects for the Milwaukee headquartered motorcycle maker Garrett Nelson is joining us automotive analyst at C. F. R. A. research based in Rockville Maryland Garrod I guess sales slide continues at Harley Davidson that's right it wasn't a very good quarter for them earnings were down about four percent for the quarter all but more importantly they lowered their motorcycle sales guidance for the full year on the now expecting to sell about two hundred fifteen thousand motorcycles down from about two hundred twenty thousand before and they also lowered their margin guidance for this motorcycle so not a not a great release for Harley Davidson is it possible to tell an awful the date is in or not is it that people are buying fewer motorcycles in general or is this a Harley issue no no right people are buying fewer motorcycles for Harley Davidson not this is a problem that goes back several years their annual motorcycle sales actually peaked way back in two thousand six at about three hundred fifty thousand so their annual sales have fallen berries steadily now for thirteen years in their down about forty percent from the peak it's it's a it's a problem long term secular problem we think and what they're trying to do is diversified growing too fast growing faster growing Asian markets such as India and China but the problem with that is we think the motorcycle sales are much lower margin over in those markets so they certainly have their fair share of challenges looking for easier way for Harley to evolve here it I mean it we we talked earlier about how coca Cola and how they involved in are doing well we talked about how Sears did not evolve and did not do well can hardly do anything I mean it's pretty much motorcycles right they're they're trying mean they're looking at electric bikes there there is spending money on research and development of all kinds of different products but the bread and butter of this call here really the old the old motorcycles that that really appeal to the older generation of riders in that generation just is not they just don't have the same kind of demand from the younger generation of millennials are just not that interested in buying Harley Davidson in about sixty percent of their sales or to the US market so you know that's a problem for them do you have a recommendation on the stock I'm looking at it right now to thirty six box it's ironically it's up about five and a half percent today we did we so we have a sell recommendation on the stock with the thirty dollar target thanks so much Garrett Nelson automotive analyst at C. F. R. A. research based in Maryland if you missed any part of today's noon business our the replay podcast will be available shortly at WBBM newsradio dot com and the radio dot com at WBBM news time twelve fifty three that's your new time for business news at Bloomberg find out the Dow marching forward here all of a sudden let's get the latest from a Lisa Parenti that's right Cisco US negotiators are heading to China for face to face talks Monday when that news crossed Boyd Gaines got a jolt the Dow now up one hundred forty two points are half a percent the nasdaq gaining a third of a percent or twenty seven points and the S. and P. back above the three thousand level as it advances half a percent or fifteen points the wind trust WBBM Chicago index from Bloomberg is higher by almost one percent we're hearing that a group of executives including US trade representative Robert light Heiser will be traveling to China on Monday that they will begin negotiations once again restarting talks between the world's two biggest.
"boyd gaines" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Got to get out of this place. Just as we're getting on a Saturday morning. Walker for the Saturday may eleven twenty nineteen before we look at it. Look back at significant events and people tied to this particular date in history including but not limited to the fifteen to CC Christopher Columbus left Spain on his fourth and final trip to the western hemisphere. Sixteen forty seven Peter Stuyvesant arrived in new Amsterdam to become governor of new Netherland. I e New York when the Dutch were in charge. Eighteen fifty eight minutes Sota, officially becomes the thirty seconds state of the United States America state, nineteen thirty five one of the new deal programs. The rural electrification administration created. During the great war World War Two US forces landing on the Aleutian island of Atta which was held by the Japanese. Americans would take the island nineteen days later the year was nineteen forty three. Nineteen Fifty-three tornado devastated. Waco, Texas, claiming a hundred and fourteen lives. We certainly have seen plenty of strong storms this spring. Thoughts and prayers to those affected. Nineteen Seventy-three the espionage trial of Daniel Ellsberg and Anthony Russo in the Pentagon papers case came to an end the judge William Burns dismissing all charges citing government misconduct. Doctors in Baltimore. The state nineteen eighty-seven transplanted the heart and lungs of an auto accident victim to patient who was giving up his own heart to another recipient. The first living heart daughter Clinton house died, fourteen months later. Nineteen Ninety-six and Atlanta bound ValuJet D C nine caught fire shortly after takeoff from Miami ended up crashing into the Everglades in Florida killing all ten aboard. And India said three underground atomic blasts state nineteen ninety eight the first nuclear test in twenty four years. Some folks celebrating birthdays on this may eleventh besides Eric burden of the animals. Comedian more soul is still kicking at the age of ninety two Louis Farrakhan people celebrate let's Farrakhan's nation of Islam's pertain today. I don't wanna know you if you do, but he's eighty six jazz, keyboardist, Carla Riley. Is Carl Bligh's gives me eighty three. Actress Pam ferris Seventy-three John Kelly, who was a former White House chief of staff Donald Trump turned sixty nine today. Actress Frances Fisher. One time romantically involved with Clint Eastwood sixty seven columnist Mike Lucas sixty seven day actually, Boyd Gaines turned sixty six Mark Herndon who was with Alabama in the glory days of the eight hundred sixty four actress Martha Quinn, one time, an MTV BJ is sixty years old, Tim ray-ban or the ray-ban brothers turns fifty six Tim Blake Nelson, the actor fifty-five actress actor Jeffrey Donovan turns fifty one Keith west of the band heartland is fifty one today. Coby bell forty four. Awesome. Brian actor turns thirty eight. Repor ace hood is thirty one represent ace. That's enough. We've got the forecast and twenty twenty sports much more heads. We get you going this morning on this Saturday morning edition for may eleven twenty nineteen seven hundred wwl w we're.
"boyd gaines" Discussed on American Fashion Podcast
"Real genius. I mean, just an amazing costume designer. And also a real character, you know, Houston. Like sort of sachet around the halls with his jacket over his shoulder. And he like literally stopping. Wearing our pearls today. And then move I like, what are you talking about? But he was amazing. And he he's my last year at at northwestern came up to me and one of my. I guess college mates and said, look if you guys really want to be costume designers have one year to teach you for years worth of knowledge. So let's do it. So we did it and he took us under his wing and really worked as hard. And then I took a year. I was an intern down at the Dallas theater center. And then I went to graduate school at Rutgers together to run Swick. Near where did you grow up just outside of Princeton? Very nice. I'm a big fan of the good wife, and one of the things I love tremendously vatted is being that. It's a New York show it draws heavily from the incredible wealth of New York theater actors. So while we're on the topic of theater. I actually like I went through IMDB just scrolled until my phone went dead all of the day players that you have costume for that show. And so many of them. I'm only good mentioned a few. But so many of them are like giants from theater, I'm going to throw a few names, obviously, Stockard Channing Christine Bransky, huge while Sean Jane Alexander, Linda Lavin, Alan coming. Of course, a regular Joanna. Gleason Boyd Gaines, John Glover. Kristen channel with Bob Balabagn, Geoffrey demont f Harvey Firestone. Jerry, Stiller Tova fell CIA Charles s Dutton. Audra McDonald Priscilla Lopez. Donna murphy. Jane curtain, Judd Hirsch. And that is really and that is really not even a comprehensive list, and you're making me nervous that list. How doing it's just all you know, that that you can tune in and see those people if you can't if you don't have a chance to go to the heater there. They are doing a great little stint. And so my question is having access to those incredible people who bring years decades of riches to you. How have they made you stronger? What would have you read? What's been your takeaway, like working with some of these giants? I think right off the bat. I have to be on my game. I have to be on point. And I have to be professional and prepared and ready for them. I have to be flexible enough to use their knowledge and to use their experience and to grow from what they bring and at the same time. I have an aesthetic on the show that I need to maintain. So it's sort of marrying those two worlds that becomes one of my bigger challenges after the first year or two of the good wife one thing that that was on the air. When thing that happened. That was great was actor started coming in saying we love that. You're costuming us because we love the clothes. So we feel like we're in safe hands. Just do what you do. So I love that. That's really wonderful. You know, it's hard. Sometimes when we get a character like we had Christina Ricci on the show, and she was whole lovely. She was so great. But she literally was cast five seconds before she came in. She didn't know sort of the character yet she was trying to work it out. And we literally standing in my fitting room, I saw her take on the character because of the clothing that we were putting on her, and we literally put things on she go. I don't I don't and she was always so kind of like, okay was that away? And then we would put out other stuff, and eventually she and I came together to find this character. And she was able to go to set and feel confident and feel good about what she was wearing and feel like what we were doing with supporting what she wanted to do in the scenes question. But I have a quick aside real quick. 'cause I saw something you mentioned Jane, Kirkman to something. Across my social media the day that she said that I thought was just absolute, of course, spot on an hysterical. She said I used to be the only dumb blonde on television reading fake news. Now, there's a whole network. I tell you and the other thing that's sort of hard because you mentioned in curtain. I mean, literally, my my my assistant, my look, and it'd be like we have a legend latching. You know, when you just you have to pinch yourself, and you're like, but then they're real people who wanted to the job they act insecure and read along with all of their chops. They're also shaky in your thirty thirty go on his show, a guest on his show this when you have to get up and perform in front of people, you should picture them in their underwear. So you as a costume designer have that advantage picture them? Actually, I actually wear just my underwear or you make them feel come. Your shirt giver? Question was so somebody like Giuliani girls or Christine Barandy or any number of these really strong talented powerful people who are also just physically strong and powerful they can very easily overpowered a piece of clothing or an outfit or a look how do you? What how do you offset that is it color or you look for a lot of sharp cuts? You know that it's a really good question. And one thing I want to say right off the bat is to answer that when I first started on the good wife. I I looked at Julianne his work, particularly from ER, of course. And she such a subtle understated. Actress that if you just look at her eyes look look at her face lit just look at those pieces. She's she's not going to choose the scenery. And I and I knew immediately I could not put her in things that would take the Iowa from her away from her face. I couldn't put her in things that would overpower her or take over the scene unless we wanted it to there have been a couple of times where that's happened during the season. But you always have to be careful to to work with the actor to to again come up with something that they feel comfortable with this win. They're not comfortable when. What they're wearing that. They start to you start to see them act. Do you know? Oh, yeah. No. Absolutely. And I even had I remember Christine Branca was I think it was more nervous about fitting her the first time that I was about Juliana because Christine was known for close. I mean, you know, she had been on that show civil and had been won awards for it. And she was known for clothing. So I was a nervous wreck. And I remember I literally had a table that was like maybe fifteen feet long covered in jewelry. I was like ready to do this and she came in. And she looked at the Jordan. She said, darling. That's fabulous. But I really need to look like a lawyer. And it was like, of course, you do you know, and she was so important for her to to come across his lawyer instill be sort of belly glamorous. Now, the good wife is about her was about three very strong women. Julie Anamar Healy's Alicia Christine branchy who plays Diane. And then we had Archie job who played. Kalinda on the show, and she just finished her contract last year, and she left us, but off three of those women were very very strong, personalities and. One of the things that I wanted to do I did not design the pilot. I did the done every episode since then and the pilot look great. It was terrific. But it felt like all three