17 Burst results for "Alicia Johnson"

"alicia johnson" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

02:18 min | 3 months ago

"alicia johnson" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"News radio 7 80 What help I 800.9 FM Chicago Police are looking for suspects in two more Carjackings involving ride share drivers In each case, police say, a man approached the driver and demanded their vehicle. The latest incidents were reported along the 300 block of West Swan and the 200 Block of East 47th Street. 90 year old author from Downers Grove, known for her Children's books, has now completed an autobiography Edith Vishnevsky comes across as the eternal optimist. I don't think most people know we even know that I've have some of Terribly serious l illnesses a different spot times of my life. But I also lost a couple kids. It's all each just care to give up, she says. People aren't taught how to process what goes on in their lives. I just felt like that was exist, I could give to the world. If I just get it Enterprises, Edith Barshevsky says her doctor gave her her book title. I swear that you've got baby Him 12 life and I should Oh, my quickness stuff. Gotta be a name of my flock. Nine lives of curious is Steve Miller News Radio one of 5.9 F ound, as with so many other things this year, Taking the kids to get a picture with Santa will be a very different experience here, CBS two reporter Tim McNicholas. Even Santa Claus is immune to Corona virus. So before the Wilson sisters meet Old Saint Nick here, let's go. They sanitize because they don't want the big man sig on his big day, Girls keep walking and find the man of the hour. They get a peek. It's Santa and his toys. And then they even got a photo op. It's all unfolding in the backyard of photographer Alicia Johnson, owner of Alicia's photography. We have people that pre booked for our Santa sessions and we thought, How are we going to make this work for them? I usually cry Even when we were doing them in our studio every year, I would cry. I just think it's so sweet. It's 10 52. This holiday season may feature more merriment with our devices than ever before, as we stay connected with family, friends.

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"alicia johnson" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:34 min | 6 months ago

"alicia johnson" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"And others on the field will be required to undergo Corona virus testing before every game in practice, with the spread of the virus slowing down in Marion County. The plan for Indianapolis public schools is to have students returning to school October 5th, but that can always change. I'm John Herrick, we will be flexible in response. Nted both health data and then to what data we get from our community, Our family's superintendent, Alicia Johnson, in terms of ensuring we have a plan that strong to support our kids and learning which whatever the model, maybe, she says. Pre K through third grade students can return to the classroom on October 5th and then kids and higher grades will return gradually throughout the month. Parents who want to keep their kids learning from home can still do that if they want to John Herrick 93 w Y V C Mobile news, another 220 for Hoosiers have tested positive for the virus, almost 108,000 and all now at least 3247 people have died in Indiana, including 12 reported today by the State Health Department. Scams are happening in Indiana because people are out of work and can't pay their bills. It's easy to get sucked in zoos. Marietta Rodriguez, CEO of Neighbor Works America, whether it's Corona virus testing scams. Economic stimulus check scans enhanced unemployment benefit can enhance their awareness on scam activity that may be happening. If you can't pay your mortgage, she says. You should get a professional housing counselor. One minute away from traffic and weather, Right. It's Jamie Progresses, Employee of the month, two months in a row..

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"alicia johnson" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

06:34 min | 6 months ago

"alicia johnson" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"As possible. Get to the point where they're able to get ah, places where they could vote and voting centers open up encouraging and awareness for voting centers to while Indianapolis We also want to make sure that it's accessible for everybody. The second area won't focus on is community police engagement and we want to help try to mend that relationship and our committee Indianapolis between Minorities in Indianapolis as well as the police force in the area. We're going to focus on deals with food for low income and Less fortunate areas. Indianapolis by trying to help have full jobs and support them in any way as possible. And lastly, we want to have a major impact in double our efforts and support an I. P s Indianapolis public school system. By work, trying to work closely with Commissioner Alicia Johnson and trying to have helped her and support her anyway possible. Like Jacoby said. These are action. These air demands these. These are things that we know we're going to accomplish. And we look forward Tio our journey this year. Thank you. Now I counted four voting community police engagement food in I P s right. I have long been a follower of social justice and what it means and how it's put into practice and I looked at those four things. And I said, there's not a thing there. I couldn't get behind. There's not a thing on this list that there Franklin is talking about that I couldn't completely get behind registering people to vote. Making sure that People know where they go to vote. Why wouldn't I get behind that? Why wouldn't anybody get behind that mending relationships between the community and the police? We've only discussed it a million times. Going to a food drive helping out I ps. Well, I'm not really sure what you mean. They're so I'll leave that one to you, but let me get to the first three voting. Voting registration voting centers, voting access. Community police engagement, mending relationships and food drives. You wanna have a voter registration drive right here in the AMA's building? I'm in. We'll set it up. We'll get you here will say come to the circle and register to vote. Absolutely positively twice on Sunday. How do we help I am. Don't discuss this with anybody, by the way. I only saw the video earlier this morning. I'm not discuss this in my program Director David would I have not discussed this with my executive producer Matt Hyland. I have not discussed this. With Jeffs Million of Emma's. It's a voter registration drive. No one ever registered a vote? No, the subjects and vote Why is that? Somehow social justice e. I mean, that's smart. You wanna mend relationships with the police? Can we facilitate the conversations? Can we offer you the boardroom or the space? Tow have the conversations. You wanna have this publicly? Privately? You want to have this on air? You let us know what we can do to be a part of that what I could do. I just want to be in the room. I just want to be in the room. I want to hear it could be a part of it Great, But I want to hear it. Let more conversation not less. The thing we should be opposed to on every level is less conversation. This is great. I don't understand why everybody is like, Okay, I'm down because nothing that is being said. I saw your Franklin is a rational this is this is everything you want. By the way you want to do a food drive Got you covered. Consider us a job off location. What do you want to do? When do you want to do it? How do you want to do it? How many hours do you want me to donate each and every morning to make sure this happens and it's huge. Food is an incredible need right now. Now we may have differences about the very concept of food and security. We may have differences about the very concept of what they call food deserts. But our people hungry and we could do something about it. It's a good thing. Let's go to work. Yeah, Yes, we're in. I'm telling the Indianapolis Colts Jimmer say, I know you. Listen, sir. We're in. I am going to make the assumption that Zaire Franklin listens because he seems rational to may. We might not agree on everything. But that seems rational. We're in. What do you want to know? What do you want to do? When do you want to do it? How do we help? We want to be a voter registration centre enough. We're allowed to be a guess We're allowed to be. I know you don't like it. We just set one up. I don't I don't see why not. But we'll do for food Dries. Absolutely. As a matter of fact, for everybody brings 10 cans of food or more, they will be allowed to tackle Matt Bear. We will put him in full pads right there on the circle. And you bring 10 10 cans of food or more you get to tackle Matt. Yeah, Just give me all your God right now. I don't mean the people. I mean, So you're Franklin. Okay? Yes, we will put you in pads. And he will be able to tackle you repeatedly going to break me in two, but that's okay. You got to do it for anybody. You know. I'll do have really write another nails. What? I will do it for any that I will do. It's going to hurt. You just heard me go through these. These three things A map there. Tell me one of these things. We wouldn't be like, Okay, that's cool. I think everything's fine. Yeah, Yeah, yeah, yeah. Yeah, especially, you know, I mean, any chance we get to raise money? How about Indianapolis? I mean, that's what we want to do here, and there's going to be a conversation about amending relationships with with police. I want to be a part of it. This is the most rational list I've ever seen in my life. I could have written this damn list. So let's go. We're in. The morning show W II be season. You know what the whole station's in coal companies in? I don't think I get to say that for just a million, but you know what the hell name the first time I've thrown him into into the pot it we're in. Worried. How do we? How do we do this? Mr. Say, let's go. Let's go. Where do we start? Where do we begin? Just ready. As ready as ready, Khun B. This is rational. These things right here. I'm all in. How do we help? Hammering Nigel on the 93 W II. See mash up Now you knew number 45. The orange man wasn't going to sit back and just let all of these comments go without response. So he jumped on.

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"alicia johnson" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:35 min | 6 months ago

"alicia johnson" Discussed on KCRW

"Different. For Alicia Johnson. Next one chased that lucky squeezing your sort of place together. She's an occupational therapist in the Atlanta area and works in other people's homes. Feelgood have affairs in different before the pandemic, Alicia Johnson tended to work with people who have had amputations. Who were recovering from strokes or a debilitating fall. I love helping people The kind of there be that I would do with these patients is to improve their activities of daily living. To wake up. Wash your face. Brush your teeth. Brush your hair, Put your shirt on, or your pants to be able to get another bay it safely to repeat. She's been an occupational therapist for 16 years spring when her employer asked her to take on covert patients. She had to seriously consider whether to stay with the career that she genuinely loves. It did cross my mind, too. To quit. My job is like cov. Oh, you know what I mean? Um So I did have fears and concerned Am I going to be a carrier for the disease? Will I get my family seek with a household of seven people? I don't know how we would quarantine because we share every space of this living space. But the reality is I still have to work and be a provider. Along beside my husband, So I had to just buckle up and say This is what we do. I am currently seeing covert patients about five or six going into people's homes with Cove it the best way to keep myself safe is where the full gear so the mask goggles or face healed. A gown glows in suk overs. We always perform hand hygiene after after care. I would say initially there is a bit of fear there. But in the midst of working, that's not on my brain. At that moment. It's like how can I help this patient? What is it? What impairments are present? And what is it that we need to focus on to help them? Regain their strength in their health back. Okay. The needs of covert patients. The biggest thing is the endurance in the fatigue associated with it. You won't take place..

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"alicia johnson" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:24 min | 6 months ago

"alicia johnson" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Good in different before the pandemic, Alicia Johnson tended to work with people who have had amputations. Who were recovering from strokes or a debilitating fall. I love helping people the kind of therapy that I would do with these patients is to improve their activities of daily living. To make a wash your face pressure, T brush your hair, put your shirt on, or your pants to be able to get another bay it safely. She's been an occupational therapist for 16 years spring when her employer asked her to take on covert patients she had to Seriously. Consider whether to stay with the career that she genuinely loves. It did cross my mind too. Soon quit. My job is like cov who, you know being, um So I did have fears and concerned Am I going to be a carrier for the disease? Will I get my family sick with a household of seven people? I don't know how you would quarantine because we share every space of this living space. But the reality is I still have to work and be a provider. Along beside my husband, So I had to just look up and say this is what we do. I am currently seeing over patients about five or six going into people's homes with Cove it the best way to keep myself safe is where the full gear so the mask goggles or face yield a gown blows into Cooper's way, always perform hand hygiene. After after care, I would say initially there is a bit of fear there, but in the midst of working That's not on my brain. A that moment. It's like, how can I help this patient? What is it? What impairments are present? And what is it that we need to focus on to help them regain their strength in their health back? You're welcome. The needs of covert patients. The biggest thing is the endurance in the fatigue associated with it. Takes precedence..

Alicia Johnson Cooper
"alicia johnson" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

01:55 min | 6 months ago

"alicia johnson" Discussed on KCRW

"In the end the confinement, the quarantine presses. When I insert a patient's home, they're happy to see somebody else coming in the CM. It's like people, People hope, you know, coming in a Ziff, The patient is a friend or family member of mine and trying to keep a smile on your face. At the same time, I think that goes a long way. With the rehabilitation process. Ah, recently just discharged my very first covert patient. Um, it's like when I discharge a patient, I feel like he's releasing a dove. I'm often say it because you create a relationship. And you look forward to seeing your patients every week. It's like we build on each other. They're like a lot of taboos or a lot of stigmas associated with the virus. But my coma patients have taught me to definitely treat everybody like you want to be treated. To to appreciate life more to do my best 100% of the time and I blew a better caregiver at home and at work. Alicia Johnson, an occupational therapist from Life Thrown your Georgia. She told us that when she gets home She gets out of her protective gear and into some ship Sultan walk and checks in with her family about their day. Five Children are learning online this year decision they made to help lower their families risk for covert. Alicia Johnson gets tested every two weeks and is doing everything that she can to stay healthy. You're listening to weekend edition. From NPR news..

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"alicia johnson" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:48 min | 6 months ago

"alicia johnson" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"The quarantine presses. When I answered a patient's home, they're happy to see somebody else coming in to see him. It's like people, People hope, you know. Coming in a Ziff. The patient is a friend or family member of mine in trying to keep a smile on your face. At the same time, I think that goes a long way. With the rehabilitation process. Ah, recently just discharged my very first covert patient. It's like when I discharge a patient. I feel like he's releasing a dove. I'm often say it because you create a relationship and you look forward to seeing your patients every week. It's like we build on each other. They're like a lot of taboos or a lot of stigmas associated with the virus. But my coma patients have taught me to definitely treat everybody like you want to be treated. To to appreciate life more to do my best 100% of the time and I blew a better caregiver at home and at work. Alicia Johnson, an occupational therapist from Life thrown your Georgia. She told us that when she gets home, she gets out of her protective gear on into some ship Sultan guac and checks in with her family about their day. Five Children are learning online this year decision they made to help lower their families risk for covert. Alicia Johnson gets tested every two weeks and is doing everything that she can to stay healthy..

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"alicia johnson" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:51 min | 6 months ago

"alicia johnson" Discussed on KQED Radio

"When I enter paces home, they're happy to see somebody else coming in the CM. It's like people, people who you know. Coming in a Ziff. The patient is a friend or family member of mine in trying to keep a smile on your face. At the same time, I think that goes a long way. With the rehabilitation process. Ah, recently just discharged my very first covert patient. It's like when I discharge a patient. I feel like he's releasing a dove. I'm often say it because you create a relationship. And you look forward to seeing your patients every week. It's like we build on each other. They're like a lot of taboos or a lot of stigmas associated with the virus. But my coma patients had taught me to definitely treat everybody like you want to be treated. To to appreciate life more to do my best 100% of time and do a better caregiver at home and at work. Alicia Johnson, an occupational therapist from Life Sonja, Georgia, She told us that when she gets home, she gets out of her protective gear. And into some ship Sultan walk and checks in with her family about their day. Five Children are learning online this year decision they made to help lower their families. Risk for covert. Alicia Johnson gets tested every two weeks and is doing everything that she can to stay healthy. You're listening to weekend edition.

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"alicia johnson" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:33 min | 6 months ago

"alicia johnson" Discussed on KCRW

"For Alicia Johnson, just that squeezing your sort of place together. She's an occupational therapist in the Atlanta area and works in other people's homes. Feel good, bad, have affairs in different Before the pandemic, Alicia Johnson tended to work with people who'd had amputations or who were recovering from strokes or a debilitating fall. I love helping people The kind of there be that I would do with these patients is to improve their activities of daily living to make a washer face. Brush your teeth. Brush her hair. Put your shirt on or your pants. Bound to be able to get in other bay it safely repeat. She's been an occupational therapist for 16 years. This spring, when her employer asked her to take on covert patients. She had to seriously consider whether to stay with the career that she genuinely loves. It did cross my mind, too. To quit. My job is like cov. Who, you know, have you, um So I did have fears and concerned Am I going to be a carrier for the disease? Will I get my family sick with a household of seven people? I don't know how we would quarantine because we share every space of this living space. But the reality is I still have to work and be a provider. Along beside my husband, So I had to just local up and say, This is what we're doing. I am currently seeing covert patients about five or six going into people's homes with Cove it the best way to keep myself safe is where the full gear so the mask goggles or face yield a gown blows into coders. We always perform hand hygiene after after care. I would say initially there is a bit of fear there. But in the midst of working, that's not on my brain. A That moment is like how can I help this patient? What is it? What impairments are present? And what is it that we need to focus on to help them? Regain their strength in the health back, okay? The needs of covert patients. The biggest thing is the endurance in the fatigue associated with it..

Alicia Johnson Atlanta
"alicia johnson" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:34 min | 6 months ago

"alicia johnson" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Bad. Indifferent. Before the pandemic, Alicia Johnson tended to work with people who have had amputations. Who were recovering from strokes or a debilitating fall. I love helping people the kind of therapy that I would do with these faces is to improve their activities of daily living. To make a wash your face. Brush her. T brush your hair, Put your shirt on or your pants to be able to get another bay it safely. She's been an occupational therapist for 16 years spring when her employer asked her to take on covert patients. She had to seriously consider whether to stay with the career that she genuinely loves. It did cross my mind, too. I didn't quit. My job is like cov who, you know, ravine. So I did have fears and concerned Am I going to be a carrier for the disease? Will I get my family seek with a household of seven people? I don't know how you would quarantine because we share every space of this living space. But the reality is I still have to work and be a provider. Along beside my husband, So I had to just local up and say, This is what we do. I am currently seeing covert patients about five or six going into people's homes with Cove it the best way to keep myself safe is where the full gear so the mask goggles or face yield a gown blows into coders. We always perform hand hygiene after after tear. I would say initially there is a bit of fear there. But in the midst of working, that's not on my brain. A That moment is like how can I help this patient? What is it? What impairments are present? And what is it that we need to focus on to help them regain their strength in the health back? Okay. The needs of covert patients. The biggest thing is the endurance in the fatigue associated with it. In the confinement. The quarantine presses.

Alicia Johnson
"alicia johnson" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:37 min | 6 months ago

"alicia johnson" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Hammered President Trump and the Republicans. In a speech yesterday, the Democratic nominee for vice president called out what she considers a lack of attention paid to racial unrest and the response to the Corona virus pandemic. The numbers that define this crisis are staggering. We cannot look the other way or allow ourselves to become numb to them. Paris spoke before the convention and what was meant to be a prebuttal to President Trump's speech. Catastrophic. That is how Indianapolis public School leaders are describing a possible lust, loss and state funding these days, Tommy Johnson explains the concerns. Earlier this month, Republican state Senator Roderick Brace sent a letter to Indiana School district saying If they started the year on Lee Online, they could lose 15% of their state funding. Citing current Indiana law I ps is one of the districts that started the year virtually Superintendent Alicia Johnson says the district would lose about $20 million. Johnson says that would be an issue because an unplanned 27 million that has already been spent due to covert 19. 16.5 million and growing has been invested any learning devices this year. I P s Chief financial officer Weston Young says the warning to lose funding came as a surprise. After Governor Eric Holcomb promise schools would receive full funding for the 2020 2021 year. Young says he believes I, P s will have enough money to get through this year. But he has serious concerns about the following. That is what is required to do school.

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"alicia johnson" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

07:19 min | 7 months ago

"alicia johnson" Discussed on KQED Radio

"To my mental health to the students, mental held and just actually learning and engaging and feeling that this year is productive. My husband's Has heart disease. I really worry about bringing the virus home to him. So you know, I've really had to think about what decision I will make. If we do go back in person, because you know I might need to take a year off from teaching. That's been that's been test. I have issues. Complicate everything. There's somebody things that you have to be conscious of the situation now touching your face, and it's kind of frustrating for me because I'm sure students of the same way and get in the classroom and that's a concern. I have. Nobody's going to be doing anything wrong. Just forget something. There's a lot of people saying We shouldn't go back to school or we should go back to school. And what I know is that education has needed Some kind of an earthquake for a very long time. I think that we need to learn from this time and fundamentally change, make it more equitable and make it better for everyone. Our county released a 16 page document. Tell the teachers about a week ago, and then it was released to the community, and it was over 20 pages at that point in time. There's a lot of debate between the county and the families and the teachers union. Teaching in a remote world is hard. Like many educators, you know, I've been working 10 12 hour days, preparing classes for our line. A point of difficulties. Student engagement. You know when school's not in person When you're not physically with the kids, it's really hard to build a relationship. It's really hard to get them connected and wanting to do more do more. The other big concern that I have a student accountability our district had this policy where no student was allowed to receive anything less than a B. We had countless students that Would have applied themselves further. Sometimes, you know, a lot of our students do have socioeconomic are lower Associate economic group and you know, that makes it difficult often for them to have access. Teo, the Internet. I don't know how it's gonna look. And that is so hard to just say, I don't know. And I, as a teacher, and teachers in general are flexible and they're adaptable, and we'll make it work. No matter what happens, and we just got to keep the students Right in front of us. I think the best possible thing to hope for is that my students know that I care for them, and I'm there for them, even if I'm not physically in the classroom. I care that they have an education. Even if that education is different, and for me, I don't know what else we can do other than say, this is the plan for right now, with plans change, I'll let you know this is a situation we can't control. And if we can give ourselves grace and weaken model to our students, resiliency, we're going to be okay. It's not gonna be perfect, but we're gonna take care of each other. I hope that we go back to school, safe, sound and healthy and that this just becomes part of our history that we are able to tell people that someday Some of those hopes and concerns that you just heard are part of the reason why school districts nationwide are changing course in Indianapolis, families and students had been told that they would soon be returning to in person teaching. That changed last Thursday, when officials announced that all class work will be done virtually at least until October. To help us understand more about that decision. I'm joined by the superintendent of Indianapolis is public schools. Alicia Johnson, superintendent. Very nice to have you on the news hour. Help us understand what it is that you saw going on in your community that made you want to say. Whoa! We've got to change course. Sure. Thanks for having me. You know, the decision really breast came down to what we saw happening in our community. More broadly, we know and understand that schools are are not in bubbles were not in isolation. We are a part of our greater community. And we were concerned that we saw the positivity rates in our community going up on DH not coming down. We're really concerned about what that meant in terms of the impact it would have on our students and families returning to school with a pretty high rate of unity spread at this point, So you see the virus spreading in your community at levels that you didn't like. Ah, and you say Okay, we're not going to be in person. We're going to go virtual. That obviously changes what the teachers have to do. How did they respond to this change? Of course, I think that we had said in June. As you said earlier that we were going to return in person. And so our educators were getting ready for that. But we also said that we were going to always be responsive to what was happening and arms about it. They were certainly ready as they needed to dio and they've been able to dio. I also think there has been overwrought, a feeling of relief. Of knowing that we are concerned about the safety of our status is foremost and that they be in a situation where they can teach comfortably and safely. For the time being. And how was that received by the parents? I mean, obviously, as a parent myself. Every parent wants their child to be safe when they go to school, but it's very hard to hold down a job. If your kids are still at home. How did they take this decision? I mean, you know that's one of the things that is heaviest on my mind During this time, I knew that, in making a recommendation to go fully virtual, too, are born are bored signing on and agreeing with that that you can't deny the fact that creates burden for working families who now makes Voices. So I'm you know, On one hand, we've got a number of parents again be very supportive of that decision and again feel good about the district's position on keeping students and staff safe. But I also know that there is a burden on a number of our working families who are having to make Other accommodations for their Children, and that is incredibly challenging it hard. A lot of students that a lot of parents and I think a lot of teachers would acknowledge that the distance learning this last go around was difficult. There was a lot of a steep learning curve for everybody involved. What is your How you? How do you think that will improve when we try this again in the fall? I think we've had first of all more time during the last several weeks to plan for the possibility of being all virtual, which we knew was going to be a potential scenario, even as we're planning for the other ways in which our students might be learning. Dress, for example, we were not a 1 to 1 school district meeting one device for students. In March. And so we had a mixture of devices for a high school student paper and pencil for elementary school students, which obviously makes it by challenging to have live instruction. Real time instruction happening. We are now 121 district. Every student will have a device. He purchased a number of hot spots for our students who still need Internet access that at least we have those fundamental tools available. And then we've also been engaging with our teachers..

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"alicia johnson" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

06:48 min | 8 months ago

"alicia johnson" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"100. Wanda. Alicia Johnson. Michelle spits Muehler, Abby. Double Diane Dick Meyer. Ah, Amber Stuart. Darlin to Alexandre. A couple of anonymous is Jeff will let Sean Mugger Anonymous. Anonymous. CJ and Susan Robinson, Bob Russell, Amy Winter. We're sitting almost at $38,000. Guys, come on. If you're driving now on 35 W And your rich person. We need how much Alexis we need 0 1000 Okay, so 30 73 76 $2322. That's what we need. If you are a company out there and you want to make a big donation. We just need a couple of you to do some five hundreds. Yeah, and we will get our our goal. In 10 minutes. Come on, Five of you did it. We're only on fire for 66 more minutes More minutes, though. Go to my talk with 71 dot com. Click on neighborhood rebuilding fun. Click on that donate button. It takes literally a minute to do. I'm coming over there. Okay, come over here. Because the first the first as we wait for people to donate a lot of money to get to our goal, Dawn and I made a commitment to all of you that we would 88 year old enchilada sauce. Yes. And so give us a visual. What is it in a cup now? Well, Dawn is getting at dawn. Put all of it in a cup that she's getting ready to pour onto our breakfast bowls. Okay. Donna Valentine brought us okay. I'm getting my first dawn has come into the studio here with me. I'm getting my No, you have it. I'm getting my first. Look at this up. Take a sniff. Take a snap. FIA. Really? Oh, God. It smells like death and urine. Oh, no. Death. Urine in a tomato. It's places. No, you know what it is. It's vinegary Death agree. Death and urine is what it smells like. Oh, don't you know you got your breakfast bowl, okay. Okay, So Daun has you on? Okay. Dawn has her mic on can hear me, guys? Yes. Now, Dawn is going to just record. You're just going to record though. We have it there, okay? It's facing the other way. Don, you may want to turn it around, okay? Dawn's making a little video for us. Okay, we're getting ready to pour. The year in vinegar death onto our goals, however one Okay, here we go. Done. You know what? I'll go first. I'll be a gentleman. Go ahead. You want me to pour? Pour it on myself. Do you have a puke? Fail? Maior aways can okay Collins pouring out there. Use that hat. I know you're wearing a twins. I am where you are. Okay, Here I go. You drenching Ow! Ah! Ow! It's thick. Well, yeah, it looks like almost You know what it looks like a little bit like a dressing like a gross dressing. It's like and frames like there was a wish. Yeah, You know what it is Lex. It's because it's all evaporated, Like the texture of the Tomatoes. Okay, so looks like you know what it is like blood and French dressing. That's what it looks like. There's a doily top, Tio. Yeah, the oil has risen to the top, so it's blood. And French dressing, like okay, Ready? Okay. Here we have it right here. Ready? Don, it's all for charity. OK, right. I'll go first. Ready? Yeah. Mouth noises. Oh, it is so vinegary. Go ahead. Spin it. Spin it. Spin it. John's gonna spit it out. Spit it out here. Here's the garbage can spit it out. Spit it now. You you swallow it. I mean, we got it. They don't need a lot of money. We got another bite. You gotta finish your whole plate. We're at 38 guys were at 38,000. No refreshing, though. Guys were at 30 stalling, stalling. No, I'm not 30. Kenny, Stop. Leave me alone, kid. We're at 30. We're at 38. 1002 $187. Guys, We can't do this $1713. That's it, guys. Can we get some $500 Donations? Hello, rich people. Okay, Okay. I'm gonna do one more bite and I'll do a bunch of $100 donations. Thank you. OK, Don you go first. This time you guys wanna clear your plate offer clear the plate. Lexus isn't the bar LaGrassa Clean Place Club. It has, like a weird, tinny flavor does and oil. It tastes like fish oil leaving this table till you clean your plate? Yeah. You might need the trash. I need the traffic flow. So you're picking up eggs are you picked the video. He's fast. Okay. I'm done. That was vile. Oh, okay. Should I just thought of it, You know, don't throw it the other way. Don't want Donna to smell this for them now is going to be if this was Laurie and Julie. We'd leave it in here. But Go put it in their cubicle. Oh, yeah, put it by Laurie and Julia's desk. Okay. It is. 8 54 guys. We basically have one more minute to get basically $1700 down my face. Jason threw up a little bit. Oh, you threw up. I was the one who did it. Yeah. You know we were there. We'd be doing it too. Oh, That we're hearing other people gag. Oh, yeah, that was it really was. I wasn't making it up. It was oily. It was vinegary. It was like gelatinous. It was just weird. It was not not not. I'm sorry. Not gelatinous, very had eggs, the exact texture of like dressing of like a thick dressing. Which I don't think is a good thing. Oh, okay. Well, that has been more happy to not be in that studio right now, Kenny. Thanks. Thanks..

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"alicia johnson" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"alicia johnson" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Out there. Hi, I'm Ryan Seacrest for over three hundred people in this country are killed every week by a drunk driver. That's the equivalent of two seven forty seven plane crashes in every single week. And the problem isn't going away unless we all do our part, stop it. So if you see someone who's about to drive after drinking, get the keys don't leave it up to anyone else. Friends. Don't let friends drive drunk. A public service announcement brought to you by the national association of broadcasters and the Ad Council. Donald Trump's America. More sanctions for some fewer father's Treasury Secretary. Steven Mnuchin says they've implemented new sanctions this week. Those impacted include entities tied to Russia's infamous troll farm the internet research agency, along with current and former members of Russian intelligence, but they've also lifted sanctions on three Russian companies, including Roussel, a large aluminum maker, the companies have agreed to have the oligarch sell down his position significantly below fifty percent. Sanctions still apply though to the oligarch dairy pasta severally North Korea's demanding that America end what they call its nuclear threat as well as unjust sanctions. Mnuchin says he takes his cues from the secretary of state on that these are very important, tools and will continue to work closely with secretary upon peyot he's on top of the North Korea. And and and again, I think he's been been doing a good a great job on this. He called sanctions the kind of tools that keep us from using the military. Jessica rosenthal. Fox news. Military matters. The army's newest soldiers lined up one final time before flying home for the holidays. Thanks for your service merry Christmas throughout Charlotte Douglas airport. They were greeted with a different tone. God bless thank you for. What you do? We. So appreciate you USO of North Carolina. Volunteers open their arms and hearts showering. These thirty three hundred soldiers from fort Jackson with food gifts and the spirit of the season. The men and women are from cities across the country. Private maliki. Burns is surprising. His mom in Detroit. Private Alicia Johnson. Can't wait to help her kids in Nebraska, she joined the army at thirty two fulfilling a dream..

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"alicia johnson" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

04:19 min | 2 years ago

"alicia johnson" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"And all of New England WBZ news time, eight forty nine mostly cloudy right now. Fifty seven degrees in Boston. Good morning. I'm teeny gal WBZ news. Thanks for joining us top stories now. Well, no grand prize winner in last night's much anticipated mega millions drawing, bud. There were fifteen one million dollar winner's the next by the way as Tuesday night and the jackpot is up yet again to one point six billion dollars. The fate of Washington Post journalist Jamal kashogi was hot topics during last night's I obeyed between Senator Elizabeth Warren and Republican challenger Geoff Diehl dodge abate, by the way, was her live right here on WBZ NewsRadio. Ten thirty in Boston. In other news today rowers from around the country and all around the world are here in Boston this weekend for the much anticipated fifty fourth annual head of the Charles where gotta the largest and most popular rowing competition in the entire world. More than eleven thousand rowers from. Some twenty-five nations and forty states are competing thousands of spectators will line the banks of the Charles week. Charles river to watch the races both today and tomorrow, if you are headed there make sure to keep your ear to WBZ's traffic on the threes for the latest word on traffic, conditions and detours as well as tips. A new study says an upswing in winter ticks is killing off the moose population. While biologist ppac and says, it's a very big and serious problem. These animals are carrying tick loads that were averaging around fifty thousand per annum for calf they're losing their entire blood volume in a period of two to three weeks. Scientists also say the boom in population is primarily being caused these days by climate change with warmer. New England winters and longer falls WBZ news time, eight fifty one the head of the Massachusetts environmental police looking for a job Colonel James McGinn was fired yesterday after an internal. Investigation found that he engage in covert surveillance of employees McGinn had been suspended without pay two weeks ago, pending the outcome of his widespread and ongoing investigation this ongoing probe found McGinn had installed cameras at the agency's westboro office based on suspicions that employees were improperly reporting work hours, also using public funds to do that and acting outside state buying procedures. Those cameras have since been removed officials in New York City wanna lower the amount of sugar folks consume in packaged foods, this is actually a national effort involving one hundred health departments. And the Big Apple is one of them. Taking part calling on the food industry to voluntarily reduce sugar. Twenty percent by the year. Twenty twenty-five stats show. Nearly seventy percent of package foods and beverages. Born in the US contain added sugar and the city's health Commissioner says that makes it hard for people to reduce their sugar consumption. The national song sugar reduction initiative is calling on sugar to be lowered in thirteen categories. That includes breakf-. Pastries, cakes condiments and dessert toppings. And now the story. Prosecutors have now issued seven arrest warrants in a prostitution case that's linked to university in Georgia ABC's. Todd ant has more. Details warrants were issued for former fort valley state university executive assistant to the president Alicia Johnson and six men Johnson. Who is also the graduate advisor to a sorority on campus faces six counts of pimping as well as six counts of prostitution. And conspiracy to commit fiduciary theft stemming from allegations she conspired to take scholarship money, the men each face charges of pandering, and solicitation of sodomy. It's unclear if students were involved for values about thirty miles south of Macon. Todd ant ABC news. A man called Africa's youngest billionaires free more than a week after his abduction from a luxury hotel in Tanzania's commercial capital, while police adjusted his captors came from South Africa Muhammadu. She's foundation has not given out. Details about the abduction earlier this month or what exactly led to his. Release but think police for his safe return to easily happen sees by two masked gunmen police continue to actively investigate and search for suspects, by the way, two years ago in two thousand sixteen Forbes magazine producers wealth at one point five billion dollars. It's a story. That's never been concerned.

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"alicia johnson" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"alicia johnson" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Tick loads that were averaging around fifty thousand per annum for calf. They're losing their entire blood volume in a period of two to three weeks. Scientists say the boom in population is being caused by climate change with warmer New England winters and longer falls as well. The man called Africa's youngest billionaire. It's free more than a week after his abduction from a luxury hotel in Tanzania's commercial capital, while police adjusted his captors came from South Africa. Mohamed doozy's foundation has not given out. Details about the abduction earlier this month or what led up to his release, but thanked police for his safe return have been seized by two masked gunmen police continue to investigate and search for suspects and back in two thousand sixteen. He puts you issues well that one point five billion dollars. And now the story prosecutors have issued seven arrest warrants in a prostitution case linked to a university in Georgia ABC's, Tom an has the story warrants were issued for former fort valley state university executive assistant to the president Alicia Johnson and six men Johnson. Who is also the graduate advisor to a sorority on campus faces six counts of pimping as well as six counts of prostitution. And conspiracy to commit fiduciary. Theft stemming from allegations she conspire to take scholarship money. The men each face charges of pandering and solicitation of sodomy. It's unclear if students were involved for valley is about thirty miles south of Macon. Todd ant, ABC news and rowers from all over the country. And around the world are here in Boston this weekend for the annual fifty four th head of the Charles regatta, the largest and most popular rowing competition in the entire world. More than eleven thousand rowers from some twenty-five nations and forty states are competing thousands of spectators will line the banks of the Charles river to watch the racist. If you're headed there keep an ear to WBZ's traffic on the threes for the latest word on traffic conditions. Hey, Alexa, making me.

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"alicia johnson" Discussed on KZL 1075

KZL 1075

04:39 min | 5 years ago

"alicia johnson" Discussed on KZL 1075

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