The Legend of Bloody Bill Cunningham's exploits during the American Revolution are fantastical. His reign of terror begins in retaliation and ends in multiple massacres across the state of South Carolina. Join Mountain Murders as we give you a quick history lesson on an outlaw. Hosts Heather and Dylan PackerEmail firstname.lastname@example.org
Patrick Mcdonald, also notoriously known as The Dandy of New York, is an American fashion icon who inspires us with his impeccable style. From the bold ensembles, sophisticated tailoring, and always featuring a signature hat, Patrick's style is unlike any other, and one that is bound to inspire. Patrick's life is as fascinating as his incomparable fashion. Host Kirsten Holtz Naim chats with Patrick about his early inspirations, building a fashion career (New York City in the 1970s), along with some jaw-dropping fashion moments that he experienced throughout his life. An undeniable tastemaker and a Bill Cunningham favorite, Patrick McDonald will always be THE dandy we all know and love. Check out his fascinating story. Connect with Us! Spotify | Apple Shop + Support Instagram: @afashionmoment Twitter: @A_FashionMoment Email: AFashionMomentPodcast@gmail.com Website: A Fashion Moment Show notes: Follow Patrick McDonald on Instagram @dandyofnewyork StyleLIkeU's Early Years: Closet interview with PATRICK MCDONALD (VIDEO): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1S5qnhGaY38&t=202s Architectural Digest piece on the Pucci estate: https://www.architecturaldigest.com/story/pucci-article Pepperdine University: https://www.pepperdine.edu/ Henri Bendel: https://www.instagram.com/henribendel/ Fiorucci: https://www.fiorucci.com/us/ Billboard Article: “Studio 54 Photos: See What the Legendary Nightclub Was Like in Its Heyday”: https://www.billboard.com/photos/8214722/studio-54-pictures Lauren Ezersky: Learn more about Lauren's journey from our first episode. A clip of Patrick on Bravo's Launch My Line: https://www.bravotv.com/launch-my-line/season-1/episode-6/videos/missing-the-mark
Nate and Benjamin recap the Parrish Art Museum summer benefit, the first under new director and friend of the pod Kelly Taxter. They go on to discuss the sad passing of two icons from different generations, Chuck Close and Kaari Upson. They are then joined by Downton icon and The Gentleman's Quarterly fashion critic Rachel Tashjian to discuss the Met Gala (twice), good (and bad) fashion/art collaborations, the best dressed people in the art world, the dress code for Nate's big summer event, Sterling Ruby as a fashion designer, and why The Times should revive On the Street and Evening Hours with the brilliant Mordechai Rubinstein taking over from the dearly missed Bill Cunningham. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/benjamin-godsill/support
New laws from State Senators Mattie Hunter, Ann Gillespie, Sara Feigenholtz, Michael Hastings, and Bill Cunningham, covering topics from affordable housing availability to utility payment assistance to special education guidelines are discussed in this edition of the News Brief.
FAIR's Dave Ray and national radio host Bill Cunningham discuss the complete mess the Biden administration has created at the southern border and how the irony of Border Czar Harris's trip to Guatemala is the height of hypocrisy.
比尔·坎宁安（Bill Cunningham）是谁？他在纽约这座城市拍了50年的照片，用相机作为画笔，描绘了整个纽约城的社会风貌；用相机作为钢笔，书写了跨越几十年的街头时装史。○《我们都为比尔盛装》——就连时尚女魔头、《Vogue》杂志美国版主编安妮·温图尔（Anna Wintour）都要反复强调：Bill is the Boss（比尔才是老大哥）！○ 参过军打过仗、在纽约最繁华的地方开过时装设计商店，最终走上时尚摄影的道路；○ 比尔·坎宁安是《纽约时报》的宠儿，但却迟迟不能肯接受高薪职位……○ 比尔·坎宁安的生活十分清贫——穿着便宜的工装服，骑着老式自行车，住在小隔间里，参加活动时从不吃活动方提供的餐食酒水……我是天楚，我在纽约。欢迎大家订阅《纽约艺术圈》，如果你有任何想法和建议，也欢迎留言告诉我哦！图片来源于网络，版权归原作者所有
This edition of the News Brief includes stories about legislation from State Senators Robert Peters, Laura Fine, Bill Cunningham, Rachelle Crowe, and Steve Stadelman on topics ranging from changes to IDOC procedures in an effort to help reduce recidivism to first responder suicide prevention to the improvement of access to health care options during pregnancy, and more.
Every year my dear friend Sacha Jones comes back on the podcast around my birthday for a conversation. She is one of the most creative, wise, and gentle people I know and I always love speaking with her. Our annual catch-ups end up being time capsules of what we've learned the past year both from the podcast and from what's happened around us. Like most people, Sacha and I both had a wild year personally and collectively so we unpack the ways we've changed. We cover grief, loss, closure, and leaving new york, but it's not all heavy! We also talk about Sacha getting her photo taken by Bill Cunningham while riding her bike, and more. Show Notes:-Check out Sacha on the Web- Sign up for our LET IT OUT letter to get show notes sent straight to your inbox - Full show notes here Sponsors:- Browse the Organifi.com shop and use code LETITOUT for 20% off all Organifi products.- Sakara is offering our listeners 20% off their first order when they go to Sakara.com/letitout or enter code LETITOUT at checkout.- Get $15 off your first visit with a board-certified dermatologist at apostrophe.com/LETITOUT and use our code: LETITOUT.
FAIR's Dave Ray notes that President Biden's "America Last" agenda is producing the largest wave of illegal immigration in recent U.S. history. The governor of Arizona, backed by his two Democrat senators, declared a state of emergency last week.
Paul Crawford serves OrderMatic Electronics as its President and Chief Executive Officer. Paul joined OrderMatic in 2016, rebuilding and restoring a company after its founder, Bill Cunningham, passed in 2011. Under his leadership, OrderMatic has outperformed its last eight years, strengthened itself in the quick-service restaurant industry during a brutal pandemic, and realigned current values with past core company beliefs to launch into a more innovative and strategic future. Paul is married to his best friend and brilliant professor, Alissa Crawford, Ph.D. for the past twenty-seven years and is a proud father of twin boys currently attending college as freshmen. Outside of work, he serves as an elder at the Springs Church of Christ, has written and recorded two songs, sang at the American Idol Experience twice, acted in local commercials, and organized several 5K fun runs. His favorite quote is from former President of the United States Teddy Roosevelt “Do what you can, with what you have, where you are.”
The show is an hour and 10 minutes Stand up comedian Ms. Arkansas joined Mark and Nicole on the lighter side of the dark side.Ms. Arkansas talked about how she doesn't mind some cream in her coffee (especially if it was Jeff Goldblum) how google confuses her with beauty pageant winners and Michael Jackson, the time Bruce Bruce hit on her, what it was like making the finals of Shaq's comedy contest when Shaq didn't even show up, how MC Serch of 3rd Bass gave her fashion advise on his short lived talk show, improving on Bill Cunningham's show, turning down a chance to be on Jerry Springer, and how a chance meeting with Mo'Nique led to her killing an oddly mixed crowd at The Apollo.She also talked about her wig collection, gold tooth and educated Mark and Nicole what a "coochie cutter" was...This show is brought to you byAudible go to to www.audibletrial.com/dms for a free audiobook, free Audible originals and 30 day free trial to AudibleRaze Energy DrinksGo to https://bit.ly/2VMoqkk and put in the coupon code DMS for 15% off the best energy drinks. Zero calories. Zero carbs. Zero crash.Doomie's Home Cookin' Go to 1253 Vine Street Hollywood California or 1346 Queen Street West, Toronto Canada for the most delicious Vegan food you have ever had www.doomiesla.com www.doomiestoronto.com
It's Wild West Wednesday one again, range riders, and time for another Six-Gun Justice Conversation segment...Today, co-host Paul Bishop discusses the debut issue of the Men's Adventure Quarterly—featuring the unexpectedly brilliant Western stories and stunning art from the Men's Adventure Magazines of the '50s thru the '70s—with editor Robert Deis and art director Bill Cunningham...Support the show (https://www.paypal.com/donate?token=kRf2_NuEPxu37b9-4FZKmX0UAJ4ZdKVRhAgUrm-4gBj-CkNHowjeqW7Q4bYKdoyNoNgGhKTBK-OpQSh_)
Comedian, Actress and Influencer - Chanel Omari, drops by the show to talk about her show Chanel in the City on iHeartRadio, career and more!! We share laughs, how to keep yourself motivated, and how important podcasts are starting to be. Chanel Omari Before launching Chanel In The City, the influencer produced shows and special segments for ABC, NBC, BRAVO, OXYGEN, LIFETIME, A&E, and Warner Brothers. Industry heavy-hitters including Donny Deutsch, Maury Povich, Bill Cunningham, Anderson Cooper, T.D. Jakes and Bravo have worked with Chanel. Chanel Omari navigates the big city with sass and humor. You can catch her on the red carpet covering high- profile events or on the fashion scene covering the shows. The personality has been featured on E News!, Good Day New York, Good Morning Washington, Entertainment Tonight, Life Time, OK! Magazine, Star Magazine, US Weekly, The Daily Mail and more! www.chanelomari.com
The guys raise a glass and honor a fallen member of the family, grandson of Connie Mack. The Sixers make some surprising news and improve the team in big ways. The Eagles struggled against the Giants and are being seriously questioned. The 2021 baseball HOF ballot is gone through as well.
The Brent Spence Bridge caught on fire this morning following an accident. Willie has the latest on what this means for the Tri-State traffic wise, and if Ohio, Kentucky, and the Federal Government will finally get to work on replacing it. Also the latest with the Jeff Pastor case.
The Presidential election numbers just don't add up! How much fraud was committed across the country? How could Biden get more votes the Barak? How do most down ballot races go to Republicans but Trump still lose (so far). Fox News has lost it's way. Willie recaps it all and talks to Kevin Jackson, WAR and Gerard Lameiro
Richard K. Jones says he will help pay for celebrities to move if Trump wins....he joins Willie; Eric Trump talks about the Trump campaign; Bill Donahue of the Catholic League talks about the Pope's comments on same sex marriage; Seg drops by for a Stooge Report
Getting ever closer to the biggest election in history! Willie speaks to Dinesh D'Souza on his new film "Trump Card" and much more. Wayne Allyn Root has new details about the Hunter Biden Laptop and Hogan Gidley talks Trump 2020.
Bill Cunningham caught his first cutthroat trout in Lolo Creek, a tributary of the Bitterroot River, with a willow stick, a hook and a piece of string at age five. That was 72 years ago. Since then, he has guided, hunted, fished and wandered from the Brooks Range to the Mojave Desert and beyond, all the while relentlessly, tirelessly fighting for wilderness, wild rivers and public lands. Listen in on this conversation with one of America’s most experienced and knowledgeable conservation advocates, recorded in Montana the day after Bill and Hal had summitted two 8800-foot peaks on one of Bill’s favorite traverses in the Bob Marshall Wilderness.