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"anderson town center" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:39 min | 1 year ago

"anderson town center" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Um, but, yeah, I just decided, and I It's just fun like my mom. My mom is big on giving gifts and just loves it. And I'm like, you know, so I just got into it today and It's just fun, like going out looking for people. And does the traffic bother you? You know it. Actually, That was the other thing about today, Joe. I just thought You know, I'm just gonna breeze around ago. That man there were there were a lot of people out today. Yeah, I was out. Went from Alexandria to Anderson went toe visit. My mom brought the kids with me. And then while my mom and my sister watched, watched the kids, I went over to Anderson Town center Kroger for a little bit, And I mean, it was like I mean most most weekends around Anderson towns. Undercovers is nuts. Anyway. Once you add Christmas time around, it's like doubled. Well, it's weird, cause I just thought with co Vered, I just thought no one would be out. But man there was in it to guess it was also really nice day. So you know, obviously the Liberty I can't be the name of that place town center, something he knows I know what you're talking about. It's an outdoor place, you know, so You know, you walk around and you know outdoors, obviously and going toe in development into stores. Um But yeah, it's that time of year. It's got it's a time crunch. It is that time crunch it started making me I think I was gonna wanna question is going to ask people tonight was what was the best gift you've ever gotten in? What was the worst gift you have? We might do that next week. Yeah. So you don't know next next story right here. The next time I'm gonna believe it. I'm on December 23rd 90 midnight. You with me that night? Uh, maybe pasta Look Christmas Eve Eve. I think so often look. See three of times you want to take a break, Take a break news radio $700. Rest Hopper. It is time for today's teaching. This isn't going to take long is it if while building a house a carpenter strikes and nail that bends because the carpenter lose faith and all nails Stops building his house. Maybe he should stop using cheap nails. Your journey of enlightenment begins with Bill Cunningham Monday at 12 Noon on 700 wlw. My name is Melissa and I'm a foster parent with embrace treatment. Foster care. My husband and I had always kind of shaped our life with the plan of having Children before we've been married. We've talked about some day We wanted to open our home to Children that you needed a home, be it, you know, for a short period of time or for forever, and we've had both. We actually came from a different agency, and the amount of support.

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"anderson town center" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

06:43 min | 2 years ago

"anderson town center" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"This is seven hundred WLW welcome to it in Friday morning is here and you know I I'm not eight and all the shopper many guys are I don't spend a lot of time going to malls for example but I think it's really interesting because as we look at no employment and things here in in the queen city in particular right you look at the MAC's right corporate headquarters leaving downtown you also look at places like well the story today about Terry secret again would literally last week Victoria's secret was still a thing and that's not the case anymore are to the point where they're selling for hello price a in not only that to struggling to stay open from a brick and mortar standpoint in tastes change that fast you can talk about Sears alike and the I team a channel line nine news Denmark is on the show Dan accident like a one month investigation are from the I team on on malls here in Cincinnati which ones are making and which ones are damn good morning how are you I'm doing fine thanks for coming on the show today yeah I I like I said the guy don't spend a lot of time in malls but you know there's a lot of jobs and a lot of families depend on those incomes to and quite honestly one of all goes away it's not like there's there's something that's gonna come and take its place because it's just such a big foot print and having seen malls of gonna business it really is devastating to the neighborhood in a place where I used to live years and years ago there's a big mall and went away in literally overnight the place turned into south central LA so that they're both really fall apart when he sings full yeah for sure mall is a good example that place has been very empty for a long time and you know right now I think it's being used as a parking lot by Amazon that's the the main economic use the bass pro store there and the coals store but they really don't function as part of the mall they just are kinda like freestanding entities on the mall property but that whole ninety acres and that's not being in and it's been that way for a long time it's been I think at least ten years when you would consider a mall right that's correct yeah that's one I mean we we rank six malls was that we consider to be you know levels they're still trying to be malls essentially when the international council of shopping centers to find the ball as a place with department stores connected by the interior corners that have you know retailers along those corners and plug those definitions we have basically six in Cincinnati the put the description that's all right so let's talk about the ten month from channel nine nine news in the I team here about what's in danger because this affects communities and he said to it's not just I don't shop model I care but we think about the economic impact the exam folding and and how quickly consumer changed tastes change I think that's another thing too I imagine Victoria's secret and what if I said that to you two years ago yeah Victoria's secret is is pretty much they're in trouble you look at me like I had two heads and you know the bigger secret fashion show went away they're not telling the the laundry like they used to because well apparently very few women bill can fit into that kind of stuff into it in in your mother's body image and body acceptance and yeah Liz staying you go and what which is awesome most women can't probably fit in that stuff to an a in people look at it go you know I shouldn't be forced to fit in that so that that's a good thing but this brand isn't in jeopardy yeah well that's one of the reasons I decided to look into the state of local malls because many seats in their third quarter earnings report in November talk about a weaker than expected mall traffic in that it was declining more rapidly than I thought it would and that's one reason why they decided to embark on a new round of store closures they're looking at weaker malls and whether or not they still want to do business there that led to the announcement in January that the north gate store with clothes and then clothes ninety six more servers after the twenty nine they announced in January and so part of part of my thinking was I should look at the the local malls and see how they compare and see which makes the store might might close next but then the more I got into it the more I realize the story was malls took a big turn for the worse in twenty nineteen and I wanted to explain that in trying to get my brain around what that what that meant for population of local mall okay but we see the recent trend of of and I guess a mall is a broad term it's an indoor shopping center you know we think of tri county and can would inform smaller like but there's the advent of the the what they call the lifestyle centre on the most recent one being the huge thing up liberty township a liberty center there but but then there's like Anderson town center Deerfield town center Crestview hills town center places like that that are more open Aaron plaza like how are they doing you consider them all that factor in this I don't consider the malls but they're doing better generally speaking they're doing better than malls are because one thing that happened the malls in twenty nineteen is that with the act in a department store closures like Sears for example that triggered a lot of weeds clauses that allow inline tenants the specialty retailers between the anchors and allow them to get out of their leaves and a lot of them took advantage of it a lot of bad shape financially anyway and so that kind of one thing led to another and kind of catapulted to kind of spiraled from all that's why you saw such a decline in the agency and and foot traffic in twenty nineteen so that it was getting back to the question I guess community centers the use places like Crestview he date in record for example that's that's a pretty strong they tend to have higher occupancy rates they get higher ranch and they're in much better shape than than malls are even though people are still moving away from brick and mortar retail in toward are much then it's almost like people now Dan want know what they want and and that's it vandalized also there is that okay if I wanna go to Victoria's secret I I can park right in front of the gate okay when you come back where the mall is it's like a supermarket right I got to go through all this other stuff in order to get where I want it's an inconvenience a specialist a an age when its brick and mortar V. E. tailers yeah well I that is a big factor but I'm not sure what the permanent shift you know I think there is going to be an opportunity for.

"anderson town center" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"anderson town center" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Kerry automotive dot com an investigation is underway into a standoff in Sims township police were called out yesterday morning to a home on east Kemper road after a man held his father hostage with the sword swat officers tried to convince that man to surrender but instead later found him dead from a self inflicted injury no other injuries were reported no word on the man's identity meanwhile Cincinnati police are looking for a suspect in a Kennedy heights a shooting detectives say that Michael burrows has been on the run since Thursday when he allegedly shot a man in the leg on north Dale place rose is believed to be hiding out in Kennedy heights or pleasant ridge he should be considered armed and dangerous a popular restaurant chain is closing its greater Cincinnati locations bar Louis abruptly shuttered its locations in Oakley and in the Anderson town center at the end of business Saturday night no word why the restaurants are closing but they are among several in Ohio that closed over the weekend including both Dayton area locations opening statements for president trump's defense team continues today in the Senate impeachment trial later this week senators may hold a pivotal vote on whether to admit new witnesses and documents something Democrats have been asking for but they will only get their wish if at least a four Republican senators vote with them some of the moderate senators that were watching you know to do who will have to deal with this question of whether or not to have witnesses and documents those are the ones who are you know holding it out as a possibility we have two of them who are saying now you know it's it's pretty likely I'm gonna vote to get documents but to doesn't matter we need for moderates in in order for the Senate to go forward with witnesses and documents and really take this trial in a different direction and right now it just it's unclear it doesn't feel like we're headed in that direction that is ABC's Trish Turner are the Reds close to add another big bat to their lineup Jon Morosi of the MLB network is reporting that the Reds are now the clear front runners signed free agent outfielder Nicholas cast the autos who had two eighty nine club twenty seven home runs between the cubs and Tigers last season the forecast is coming up next get a free.

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"anderson town center" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"anderson town center" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Has been given for when Macy's will shut its doors at the mall on Colerain township as for its Northgate imp in a statement said some will be transferred to work at other Macy's locations in the tri state while others will be given severance packages in the tri state Macy's locations at tri county mall Kenwood Towne center Florence mall in Anderson town center will remain open I'm Sean Gallagher newsradio seven hundred W. L. W. Cincinnati public schools board of education electing officers stand establishing committee leadership for twenty twenty last night board members sworn in eve Bolton Pam powers Caroline Jones and Ben Lindy Jones reelected as pork president Ryan Messer reelected dance of board vice president let's head to Wall Street the market started the week with some small gains the Dow up sixty nine points the nasdaq rose fifty and the S. and P. closed up eleven points oil prices have doubled in recent days because any potential violence in the Middle East could disrupt oil fields in the region crude oil futures rose twenty two cents to close at sixty three dollars and seventy seven cents a barrel the first full week of the new year good help give investors a clearer picture of the economy at the close of twenty nineteen on Tuesday the institute for supply management will release its December report on the service sector which makes up the bulk of the economy Terry Alden or ABC news another earthquake rocking Porter Rico this morning this is a special report from ABC news I'm.

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"anderson town center" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"anderson town center" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Sam ago for federal judge in Covington today they'll be asking you said an aggressive schedule for taking to trial the libel and slander cases against the Washington post CNN and NBC turns out of marchers has those media outlets are guilty of cyber bullying the cuff caffeine after the school field trip to Washington last January when you're been the subject of the world's largest cyberbullying attack that that was solicited by a national mainstream media outlets it when you when you put tens of millions of people think that you are a racist you can imagine the effect of that much cyber going on any one person Murphy says of the no settlement discussions at this point he says are pressing for a trial in the spring or summer of twenty twenty one I'm Brian combs newsradio seven W. O. WMAZ store closing their doors this time at the Northgate mall come spring macys location in Northgate mall will close its doors between now and when the store closes a clearance sale will be held during the next eight to twelve weeks as no specific date has been given for when Macy's will shut its doors at the mall on Colerain township as for its Northgate employees a spokesperson in a statement said some will be transferred to work at other Macy's locations in the tri state while others will be given severance packages in the tri state Macy's locations at tri county mall can what town center Florence mall in Anderson town center will remain open I'm Sean Gallagher newsradio seven hundred W. L. W. news radio seven hundred W. L. W. sports here's a Reds update the regicide free agent outfielder show go argument to a three year twenty one million dollar contract that runs through the twenty twenty two season Akiyama will be introduced at a press conference tomorrow at great American ball park college football last night at the LendingTree bowl in mobile Alabama quarterback Levi Louis pass for two hundred forty six yards and two scores Louisiana beat the Miami redhawks twenty seven to seventeen Miami winds of eight and.

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"anderson town center" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:42 min | 2 years ago

"anderson town center" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"The edge of a forest she says part of the reason behind the fierceness of these fires is the type of trees that are burning here it's all eucalyptus trees and a new clip this oil inside is extremely flammable right behind me a CD of those flammable trees that were extra parts from the driest year on record the university of Sydney estimates four hundred eighty eight million animals have died in New South Wales alone prime minister Scott Morrison for critical issue going forward will be the disposal of carcasses Jerry Preston ABC news have you seen the devastation in that is just utterly aw masing those while odd fires just absolute destruction in Australia back in the tri state a calf cats student back in court later today more from seven hundred prying call so when the attorneys for an exam to go for a federal judge in Covington today they'll be asking you said an aggressive schedule for taking to trial the libel and slander cases against the Washington post CNN and NBC thirty top of Murphy says those media outlets are guilty of cyber bullying the cuff caffeine after the school's field trip to Washington last January when you're updated the subject of the world's largest cyberbullying attack that that was solicited by a national mainstream media outlets it when you when you had plans of millions of people think that you are a racist you can imagine the effect of that much of cyber bulling on any one person Murphy says of the no settlement discussions at this point he says are pressing for a trial in the spring or summer of twenty twenty one I'm Brian combs newsradio seven double dip another Macy's store closing their doors this time at the Northgate mall come spring macys location in Northgate mall will close its doors between now and when the store closes a clearance sale will be held during the next eight to twelve weeks as no specific date has been given for when Macy's will shut its doors at the mall on Colerain township as for its Northgate employees a spokesperson in a statement said some will be transferred to work at other Macy's locations in the tri state while others will be given severance packages in the tri state Macy's locations at tri county mall can what town center Florence mall in Anderson town center will remain open I'm Sean Gallagher newsradio seven hundred W. L. W. news radio seven hundred W. L. W. sports here's the Reds update the Reds of signed free agent outfielder show go on the I'm a to a three year twenty one million dollar contract that runs through the twenty twenty two season Akiyama will be introduced at a press conference tomorrow at great American ball park college football last night at the LendingTree bowl in mobile Alabama quarterback Levi Louis pass for two hundred forty six yards and two scores Louisiana beat the Miami redhawks.

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"anderson town center" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:27 min | 2 years ago

"anderson town center" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"And for the rest of the week there is a chance for rain our current temperature forty one degrees under a clear sky a woman is dead after a three vehicle crash in middle town this afternoon parkway and Lafayette Avenue police say the woman was traveling westbound on Lafayette when her vehicle was struck by in a white box truck traveling north on Verity our car was then driven into the path of a semi that was traveling south the woman was a trapper time later extricated it was taken to atrium hospital where she later died the victim's name is not yet been released an investigation is still ongoing Macy's has announced its closing its location in Northgate mall the spring that location will begin clearance sales this month some employees will be transferred to other locations while others will receive severance packages Macy's stores and tri county mall can what town center Florence mall in Anderson town center will remain open one northern Kentucky city's police force is growing adding to the ranks of Covington's finest the city of Covington Kentucky has sworn in five new police recruits that is the largest class in recent memory according to a release from the city all five recruits will attend the training academy in rich would to earn Kentucky law enforcement council certification but until spots there open up this spring the five sworn in will be training with current Covington officers learning things like reporting skills and city streets vacancies in the department open up just a few weeks ago after changes were made to Kentucky's pension system and those officers retired I'm Jack Crumley newsradio seven hundred W. although the rest of the last hour announcing the signing of free agent outfielder show go I you I Kiama to a three year twenty one million dollar contract Akiyama has spent the last nine seasons in Japan specifically he will be introduced a great American ball park Wednesday morning at ten o'clock during a press conference Akiyama is the first Japanese born player in the Reds one hundred fifty one year history college football the Miami redhawks will take on the Louisiana in the lending tree ball tonight the final bowl game of the season pickups at seven thirty a week from today and everyone else you whenever three claims and will meet in the college football playoff national championship game in New Orleans but whatever the Wall Street today the Dow was up sixty nine points nasdaq increase fifty one the S. and P. rose eleven are accepted as it seven o'clock I'm Sean Gallagher newsradio seven hundred W. L. W. available everywhere with the I heart radio lab one seven hundred W. L. W. and I heart radio station Hey it's Mike McConnell happy new year this year I'm resolving to spend.

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"anderson town center" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"anderson town center" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Lance McAllister here this Saturday is the grand opening of Cincinnati bells connected life store at the shops of Anderson town center don't miss special offers on fioptics TV and internet and experience first hand how fioptics can power your connected life with product demos from Google nest ring Sotos oculus and more plus hourly giveaways virtual reality seminars free food and drinks and fun activities for the kids including a beaten great with spider man trick or treat candy touch a truck and face painting military veteran Jeff Platt and girlfriend summers Montgomery fell in love with the ring they saw on their very first visit to genesis diamond six seven other face when she saw that I'll never forget it was a stunning hand crafted ring by designer Jack Palance with a rare Asher cut diamond but they didn't buy in fact they spent an entire year shopping around but nobody could be genesis when it came to design value and selection number one common thing was I didn't even have that no one and they had to order it the choices were just there like it is here and nobody had the designer names genesis has so getting that wow factor wasn't easy and so every time I looked at another way to look wasn't there the smile the enthusiasm the ring of course the ended up back in genesis and today they're happily married in Somers is wearing the ring of her dream it's just a gorgeous rain and yes I will highly recommend this to everybody that I run across I will go anywhere else after this experience genesis diamonds on Montgomery road every grain dairy the serial for your family.

"anderson town center" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"anderson town center" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Moving hilltop concrete to price hill most people including the mayor and a majority of the council are against the move to go through with this deal as is without any regard or concern for new Ramco in its employees without even helping us relocate and leaving us displaced is saying that you don't think we matter the move is part of a plan for a land swap between the company and the bangles which would lead to a new music venue at the bank's alcohols believe a benefactor in a wrong way crash on I. seventy four early this morning that left seven people injured police say forty six rolled off a at Smith was traveling east and the west bound lanes of the interstate when he had a car driven by twenty four year old you live Alaska has a car yes Smith lost control of his vehicle and spun out before hitting a Freightliner driven by thirty four year old Isaac slaughter in another vehicle that was driven by thirty one year old Charlie combs one of the seven people injured was a five year old child who was treated for life threatening injuries a Fairfax man who. stands accused of pulling out an A. R. fifteen rifle at the Anderson town center appeared in court today nineteen year old Scott Stoddard has been charged with inducing panic and using weapons while intoxicated court documents say starter was involved in a dispute early Saturday morning when he went to the trunk of his car pulled out the weapon which turned out to be unloaded and pointed in the direction of several people Sarge bomb set at thirty thousand dollars someone will win their first game of the twenty nineteen season tonight is the bangles visit the Pittsburgh Steelers kick up a separate fifteen from Heinz field checking the markets the Dow was up one hundred fifty eight points nasdaq up sixty seven and the S. and P. is up nineteen are accepted as a three o'clock I'm John Gallagher newsradio seven hundred W. L. W. John from when the world here please don't fall for gimmick pricing visit winter World Cincinnati dot com if you're fed.

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"anderson town center" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"anderson town center" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Heavily protected want please moving through the streets about Scheels ago batons having foreign round after round of tear gas the protest is being responding with chunks of the side wall which Dave leave it up so the ground itself is littered with debris from bricks that being burning barricades set up around the city this is being a significant protest all day when technically the wasn't going to be a process because the police a bandit China has a big day coming up on Tuesday it's the seventieth anniversary of the founding of the people's Republic of China the protesters want to take attention away from that to the conflict that's going on China wants a celebration go off without a hitch well very tense moments at the Anderson town center one and nineteen year old man allegedly retrieved an A. R. fifteen from his vehicle to respond to a perceived threat from two men outside of a bar police say the man identified as nineteen year old Scott Stoddard was intoxicated and pointed the gun at several people group and saw the gun were able to get into the ground and get the gun away before he could hurt anyone the ammunition later found in his car he was arrested at Anderson town center he's in jail now facing charges including using weapons while intoxicated but a man who authorities say stabbed his father stole a police you V. S. U. V. and crashed at a hundred miles an hour into a minivan killing two six year old has been charged in the stabbing the McCumber County prosecutors said thirty two year old Raymond Walters faces two counts of felonious assault and Matt hexes. the grand jury will consider whether to indict him in the girls deaths. I read update the Reds pirates in the final game of the season coverage begins with the inside pitch at two oh five today our next update at noon I sandy Collins newsradio seven hundred W. L. the.

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"anderson town center" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"anderson town center" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Old man arrested at Anderson town center yesterday for retrieving an A. R. fifteen from his vehicle to respond to a perceived threat from two men outside of a bar the man identified as nineteen year old Scott Stoddard they say he was intoxicated and pointed the gun at several people police say a group of people there were able to take him to the ground and get the gun away from him before he could to hurt anyone he's now facing charges including using weapons while intoxicated. latest victim of gun violence in Cincinnati is a twenty two year old man who was shot yesterday in bond hill police say Jay Johnson remains in critical condition he was shot while in the five thousand block of reading road the motive and suspect still being investigated this weekend has been beautiful and dangerous for motorcycle riders two separate crashes happening one a killed a driver that crash on I. seventy four US fifty two in Dearborn county the mail biker was killed his female writer injured and removed to the hospital their motorcycle was hit by an S. U. V. turning into his path the other crash in northern Kentucky near for seventy one on Grand Avenue in the Newport area like to be able to buy zantac it Z. as CVS the pharmacy announcing the suspension of sales of zantac and similar health brand products till further notice CBS announcement comes in response to an alert from the food and drug administration that a key ingredient may contain a small amount of a substance that could possibly cause cancer work. zantac and similar ingredient products have not been recalled but its manufacturer says it's holding distribution of it the FDA.

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"anderson town center" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

12:13 min | 3 years ago

"anderson town center" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"W. I'll tell you what yesterday. Probably. One of the best opening days. I think I've ever been a part of simply because the weather was great that that's always critical. It sucks to sit out when it's cold and raining and wet and all that. But yesterday's weather was a great little shower before the game. But during the game the sun came out the entirety of it. And of course, the pre-game parties at holy grail. And thanks to Jim in the crew down there. Always take care of us and was a packed house met, so many cool people the other element to that. To the fact when the game is exciting as it is that that is just that's the pinnacle, right? There is the fact that the reds win in semi dramatic fashion. Anyway. It was hopefully a sign of things the way I thought that the way that they manage that gained almost Velika playoff game right here. It's over he gave you know. You're you're you're go through three pitchers. In the latter innings. I like, wow, this is. Eagerly wants to win this game in front of the home crowd. So it was it was really anyway, Lance is gonna be here in about a half hour. We'll be talking about that as well. Sweet Sixteen stuff on show on seven hundred wwl w will you'll have Marty today at noon talking about Marty's last opening day, which was which was yesterday. So we got this story to and this is really nothing new. I think I remember hearing stuff like this happen. But not to this extreme, of course, when I was a kid and I'm talking about teenagers and malls teenagers and malls, go together like peanut butter and chocolate, right? When we were younger, and the malls were the hot place to be in this Ben in the one thousand nine hundred s he's going to drop you off or you had a buddy that had a car or something. Go to the mall, or the arcade or whatever. Right. And we know that malls are on the decline, save Kenwood towne centre. It's a scheme continues to keep expanding. But we know try counties in trouble, certainly, I don't know the state of Northgate. I can honestly say I've never shopped in Northgate before but Northgate mall had an issue where you had a bunch of teenagers leaving the movie, and I'll fight started or something along that line. Anyway, they called thirty police officers out from not just coal rain by their agencies as well to come assist. There were three arrests three teenagers facing criminal charges. One threatened to beat up a police officer, another one was put in a car and tried to kick the doors and windows out while handcuffed inside and another scuffled with a cop who was trying to hold the crowd back and knocked his body Cam Ross so you had three arrests out of the twenty or so teams there were outside or near Northgate mall on Saturday. And the statement that came out. I I don't know who put it out. There might have been Coleraine police never call chief Denny about this. But said summer watching movies, but a lot didn't was apparently the expectation of the parents that are community would provide free babysitting services while they were out enjoying their evening. I don't mind totally disagree with that. Because of socialization, right? If you're a teenager. I don't know your your fourteen fifteen years old. You can't drive, but you want to go out and hang out with your friends. It's the age where you start to to explore even more. So your surroundings to go out and do stuff, and there are times where my daughter would want to go and frost, living and Mason, of course, our mollahs kings island, right? If you live in Mason, you almost obligatory have to have a gold pass if you have kids because that's what they're going to go. And I was comfortable with gone. Okay. Cost me, whatever it is a year for the goal pass and beer Christmas present my daughter used to go. My son would go occasionally on one working there actually in. So we dropped the kid off go hang out with the friends. I said, you know, be smart. Don't be stupid. Don't get in trouble. Don't maybe you have to come back here before you eleven o'clock whenever it's closing. Okay. You know, they're in a safer environment there because it's fenced in. There's a lot of security their stuff. But yeah, you know, again, your teenager. If there's trouble to be found, you can find it. Which my daughter's put for a while. There's pretty good about finding trouble, but never had any issues like this. But but that's part of it. Right. Is it it's not babysitting. I'm we didn't do you. Don't dump your kid off at king's on the babysit them. It's because they want to get out of the nest they want to explore the surroundings. They don't wanna be hovered over and supervisor whole allies, which we as parents do a really good job of today to a point where detrimental to our kids in this case. I look at it and go, well, I wouldn't chocolate of his kids being kids. I I would never tolerate my kids having a run in with police. But but also specifically where they're attacking the cops. You know, it's one thing to get in a fight. As a teenager as a teenage boy, and even before, you know, my early years for some reason, I don't know used to fight a lot. That kind of way went there during the high school years. I kind of kept them myself and not really all in college. But they got all the way. But but there's something about that age is a kid back then and getting in fights forever that that happens? That's also part of socialization. I don't think it's parents dumping their kids. Maybe that's the case is. Yeah. D-? Do you really do you get a babysitter for your thirteen or fourteen year old who just wants to go out and hang out with their friends, and I think in in small doses. It's good. It's healthy, it's normal. But certainly tacking police officers and causing this kind of stuff is simply not acceptable. And this this is another part of the downside of malls. Right is ever since malls came on the scene back in the day? There's always been the problem of teenagers. I remember going to the malls. We would go to and. Yeah, there'd be some stores had a policy. They wouldn't let you in. I forget what it was. But there there's all sorts of noise in the teenagers. And then what happened was we started to move away from from malls in the last what fifteen twenty years two lifestyle centers. Right. You look at Anderson town centre Deerfield town center, you look at what's going on at liberty. And you look what's going on. Elsewhere where we're now you have essentially, they're they're glorified plazas right with just a hell of a lot more restaurants. So there are these lifestyle things that are going on. Nobody's really going to the mall anymore. Except of course, her Kenwood, and I really don't hear too many problems with the Kenwood towne centre. And I think they have enough security in the like there, but nonetheless as a mall started to decline. You saw a lot of the stores pull out right? A lot of the big anchor stores kind of went away, you know, when you had. The Cincinnati mills, right? A is dying. When there's no food court like the food carts, all boarded up. They've got. I don't know. Everything's a dollar store like ten of those. You got the guy selling the little helicopters and the cheap gold in the middle. There may be a close they're like all closeout stores in every other stores closed. You've got the guy. You've gotta have the obligatory five hat shops selling the same. Hi hats. Yeah. Go in there. And it's like a flea market, you know, decline, but was that going to track where else can a kid go in the winter in the rank and go hang out with a place like that. Or if there's a movie theater nearby. Right. That that's a bit of a problem. So this I kind of get it because and I don't know about north gain, and what kind of shape they're in financially. If they're what the stores like, I generally don't go to malls. And I've never shopped at Northgate before. So what no the layup. However, I will say that's just a look at what's going on the Dayton mall to right. I think there are a couple incidents up there. It seems like for years a lot of stuff is going on at the Dayton mall at here about and it's along the same lines. You're going to get kids congregating because there's nowhere else to go. They wanna hang out with their friends, and you hope they're not going to get into trouble. But clearly, that's that's been happening from day one from the jump. This is a whole new level of disrespect though, where they're actually attacking police officers. I mean in my lifetime. I can't imagine the time would be if I were a kid, and I consider a teenager someone who's thirteen fourteen fifteen sixteen years old a kid that you you think it's a good idea to lash out at police officers. I don't know if that's because the state of how policing is viewed by the community, or it's just the fact that kids are being raised by wolves. I don't know. But but that to me is a much different thing that happened to Meyer five one three seven four nine seven thousand Dave in sharonville on seven hundred WWE. Hi, hey, what's going on? Hey, listen. I don't know if you remember when four sir mall. I I remember when it first opened I remember. Yeah. I remember going there. And it was like they had a lot of stuff in there too. They had restaurants in the toy store. They had the what was the the clothing company that sold really cheap. Good close. It's no longer in business anymore. I remember when it was full. Well, when the first the first four, they hit this amazing. It had a carousel ferris wheel big arcade there, but people were doing the same thing. Right. Here's twenty bucks drop the kid off when the quarters ran out they were walking the mall with their friends. And I think what that does. First of all, they're not buying anything in any of the stories. Right. They're just walking the mall people that would normally go there. Shop don't go. Because there's these big groups of kids just walking around. I mean, it just it just I think it's part of what guilt force hairball. Yeah. I think that's part of it too. But again as the anger, so so I think the offset was this, right? You'd always had teenagers going around. But when malls were banging. There'd be a lot of adults are because it's the only place to go shop right in now with online and everything else the adults went away, and therefore the because of the kids that may be a component of it. But, but what happened was the kids made up a majority of the clientele weren't spending any money, which causes the the mall to spin further down, which now you have issues like I don't know how Northgate student, you know, I grew up in that area. But I don't I don't know by the whole Ford of a mall is they want you to walk the mall and buy from several stores. Right. But I think with a lot of adults in these places where these kids are hanging out, even if you go there, I think it's more become more strategic. Now, you go into one specific store, it what you want then get out where again, that's not how it works a works by you jogging at this store that walking around, but I don't think people want to walk around because of these bands of kids that are. Fulfilling right, because the only thing left is a place for kids to go where there's a roof over your head and kill some time without spending the money, which is a goal of kid hood. And I'm saying, I think what change was consumer tastes, right? That that kids may have been a turn up back in the day. It was like everyone would go to the mall. And so there are enough adults around that the kids would kind of act life if the majority of people who are frequently these places are teenagers. Well, then there's no adults there to keep them in check. I mean, just my sense anyway, and I think the mall model is is pretty much done. But it may come back at a later date. Who knows it seems like it's the retail shopping centers the lifestyle centers that which I see. In liberty township which is close to me. They've got liberty town center, which I guess is not doing as well as they thought, but it's like an open air mall concept. Right. Where a lot of restaurants and the Christmas tree. And we'll go up there. I don't know every couple of months, whatever and have dinner. I don't we don't really shop. But I see a lot of kids around but see a lot adults around too. So I think there's an offset there. You know what I mean? Well, the funny thing is the biggest mall in the country, which is the mall of America doesn't have these issues, and they flourished they I built that place. Was there a couple of years ago? And because we brought my daughter up there, and we went to mall of America in it is it is ridiculous. But you have three every like three levels. I think in every level has the same stores. It's like you got the same lead store on every low. You've got MRs fields cookie. There's like six of those. It's it's it's it's like, it's big. But it's like a lot of the same exact, and every level is like the Kenwood towne centre. But it's it's it's called to see or amusement park and all that too. But it's different. I mean, Minnesota it is literally you can't go outside for about six months of the year..

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11:04 min | 3 years ago

"anderson town center" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Auckland, right. When we were younger, and the malls were the hot place to be in this, Ben in the one thousand nine hundred eighty going meet, the parents are drop you off or you had a buddy that had a car or something you need to go to the mall, or the arcade or whatever. Right. And we know that malls are on the decline. Save Kenwood towne centre just can't continue to keep expanding. But we know try counties in trouble, certainly, I don't know the state of Northgate. I can honestly say I've never shopped in Northgate before but Northgate mall had an issue where you had a bunch of teenagers leaving the movie, and I'll fight started or something along that line. Anyway, they called thirty police officers out from not just coal rain, but other agencies as well to come assist. There were three arrests three teenagers facing criminal charges. One threatened to beat up a police officer, another one was put in a car and tried to kick the doors and windows out while handcuffed inside and another scuffled with a cop who was trying to hold the crowd back and knocked his body camera off so he had three arrests out of the twenty. Here so teens there were outside or near Northgate mall on Saturday. And the statement that came out. I I don't know who put it out. There might have been coloring police chief Denny about this. But said some watching movies, but a lot didn't was apparently the expectation of the parents that are community would provide free babysitting services while they were out enjoying their evening. I don't totally disagree with that. Because of socialization, right? If you're a teenager. I don't know your your fourteen fifteen years old. You can't drive, but you want to go out and hang out with your friends. It's the age where you start to want to explore even more. So your surroundings to go out and do stuff, and there are times where my daughter wanna go and for us living and Mason, of course, are mollahs kings island, right? If you live in Mason. You almost obligatory have to have a gold pass if you have kids because that's what they're going to go, and I was comfortable with going. Okay. It costs me whatever it is a year for the gold pass and beer Christmas present my daughter used to go. My son would go occasionally on one working there actually in. So we dropped the kid off to go. Hang out with friends. I said, you know, be smart. Don't be stupid. Don't get in trouble. Don't maybe you have to come back here before you eleven o'clock or whenever it's closing. Okay. And you know, they're in a safer environment there because it's fenced in. There's a lot of security their stuff. But yeah, you know, again, your teenager. If there's trouble to be found, you can find it which my daughter's for is pretty good about finding trouble. But never had any issues like this. But but that's part of it. Right. Is it it's not babysitting. We didn't do you. Don't dump your kid off at king's on the babysit them. It's because they wanna get out of the nest they want to explore the surroundings. They don't wanna be hovered over and supervisor whole life, which we as parents do a really good job of today to a point where detrimental to our kids in this case. I look at it and go well. Well, I wouldn't chocolate of his kids being kids. I I would never tolerate my kids having a run in with police. But but also specifically where they're attacking the cops. You know, it's one thing to get in a fight. As a teenager as a teenage boy, and even before, you know, might my early years for some reason, I don't know used to fight a lot that kind of way went there during the high school years are kind of kept to myself and not really all in college. But I got all the way. But but there's something about that age is a kid back then getting in fights forever. That happens. That's also part of socialization. So I don't think it's parents dumping their kids offer. Maybe that's the case is. Yeah. D-? Do you really you get a babysitter for your thirteen or fourteen year old who just wants to go out and hang out with their friends, and I think and and small doses. It's good. It's healthy it's normal, but certainly attacking police officers and causing this kind of stuff is simply not acceptable. And this this is another part of the downside of malls, right is ever since malls came on the scene back in the day. There's always been the problem of teenagers. I remember going to the malls. And we would go to and. Yeah, there'd be I think there some stores had a policy they wouldn't let or I forget what it was. But there there's all sorts annoys along with the teenagers. And then what happened was we started to move away from from malls in the last fifteen twenty years two lifestyle centers, right? You look at Anderson town centre Deerfield town center, you look at what's going on at liberty. And you look what's going on. Elsewhere where we're now you have essentially, they're they're glorified plazas right with just a hell of a lot more restaurants. So are these lifestyle things that are going on? Nobody's really going to the mall anymore. Except of course for Kenwood. Around here too, many problems with the Kenwood towne centre. And if they have enough security in the like there, but nonetheless as a mall started to decline, you saw a lot of the stores pull out right? A lot of the big anchor stores kind of went away, you know, when you had the one the Cincinnati mills, right? You know, a mall dying when there's no food court like the food carts, all boarded up. They've got. I don't know. Everything's a dollar store like ten of those. You got the guy selling the little helicopters and the cheap gold in the middle. There may be a close they're like all closeout stores. Never other stores closed. You've got the guy. You gotta have the obligatory five hat shops selling the same. Hi, hats and say, yeah. Go in there. And it's like a flea market. You know, it's in decline, but what's that gonna track? Where else can a kid go in the winter in the right in in go hang out with a place like that. Or if there's a movie theater nearby. Right. That that's a bit of a problem. So I look at this. I kind of get it because I don't know about Northgate, and what kind of shape they're in financially. If they're what the stores like, I generally don't go to malls. And I've never shopped at Northgate before. So I know the layup, However, I will say that's just a look at what's going on the Dayton mall to right? I think there are a couple incidents up there. It seems like for years a lot of stuff going on at the Dayton mall at here about and it's along the same lines. You're going to get kids congregating because there's nowhere else to go. And then want to hang out with their friends, and you hope they're not gonna get into trouble. But clearly, that's that's been happening from day one from the jump. This is a whole new level of disrespect where they're actually attacking police officers. I mean in my lifetime. I can't imagine the time would be a fire or kid, and I consider a teenager someone who's thirteen fourteen. Fifteen sixteen years old a kid that you you think it's a good idea to lash out at police officers. I don't know if that's because the state of how policing is viewed by the community or just the fact that kids are being raised by wolves. I don't know. But but that to me is a much different thing that happened to Meyer five one three seven four nine seven thousand Dave in sharonville on seven hundred WW high. Hey, what's going on? What did you say? Hey, look, I don't know if you remember when four sir mall. I hope. I remember when they first open. I remember. Yeah. I remember going there. And it was like they had a lot of stuff in there too. They had restaurants in the toy store. They had the what was the the the clothing company that sold really cheap. Good close. It's no longer business anymore. That that I remember when it was full role in the first the first four they hit for mazing it had a carousel ferris wheel, the big arcade there, but people were doing the same thing, right? You're twenty bucks drop the kid off when the quarters ran out. They were walking the mall with their friends. Yep. First of all, they're not buying anything in any of the stores right there. Walk in the mall, people that wouldn't normally go there and shop go because there's these big groups of kids just walking around. It just it just I think it's part of what guilt force hairball. Yeah. I think that's part of it too. But again as the anchor, so so I think the offset was this, right? You'd always had teenagers going around. But when malls were banging. There'd be a lot of adults are because it's the only place to go shop right in now with online and everything else. The adults went away in therefore the because of the kids that maybe component of it. But, but what happened was the kids made up a majority of the clientele weren't spending any money, which causes the the mall spin further down, which now you have issues like I don't know how north gates doing. You know, I grew up in that area. But I don't I don't know. But the whole of a mole is they want you to walk the mall and buy from several store. Right. A lot of adults from these places where these kids are hanging out, even if you do go there, I think it's more if become more strategic there, you go into one specific store, it what you want then get out where mascot how a mall work, all work. Are you shopping at this store that walking around what else, but I don't think people want to walk around because of these kids that are fulfilling right because the only thing left is a place for kids to go where there's a roof over your head and and kill some time without spending money, which is a goal of kid hood. And I'm saying, I think what change was consumer tastes, right? That the kids may have been turn up back in the day. It was like everyone would go to the mall. And so there are enough adults around that the kids would kind of act in life. If if the majority of people who are frequent in these places are teenagers. Well, then there's no adults there to keep them in checks. I mean, just my two cents anyway. And I think the mall model is is pretty much done. But it may come back at a later date. Who knows it seems like it's the. Shopping centers, the lifestyle centers that which I see in liberty township which is close to me. They've got liberty town center, if the which I guess is not doing as well as they thought, but it's like an open air mall concept. Right. Where a lot of restaurants, and you know, the Christmas tree, and we'll go up there. I don't know every couple of months, whatever and have dinner. I don't we don't really shop. But I see a lot of kids around. But I see a lot adults around too. So I think there's an offset there. You know what I mean? Well, the funny thing is the biggest mall in the country, which is the mall of America doesn't have these issues, and they flourished they I built that way. Was there a couple years ago? And because we brought my daughter up there, and we went to mall of America in it is it's it is ridiculous. But you have three every three levels. I think in every level has the same stores. It's like you got the same store on every level. Right. You've got MRs fields cookie. There's like six of those since it's like, it's big. But it's like a lot of the same exact and every levels like the Kenwood towne centre. But it's it's it's called the Sieg indoor amusement park and all that too. But it's different. I mean, Minnesota it is literally you can't go outside for about six months of the year. That's why I thrive. So they have a screw. They have a skyway system. Skywalk system. That is like the catacombs. It's the second every building on the second floor has an access to the next building. So there's there's like sky walks between all the buildings downtown in Minneapolis and Saint Paul that's because you can't go out on the street. It's there's too much. It's too cold. So that you know being up there in that cold. I guess that's why the mall works there. Hey, dave. I gotta go and thanks again for the time five one three seven four nine seven thousand eight hundred.

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12:03 min | 3 years ago

"anderson town center" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Think I've never been a part of simply because the weather was great. That's always critical. It sucks to sit out when it's cold and raining and wet and all that. But yesterday's weather was great little shower before the game. But during the game the sun came out the entirety of it. And of course, the pre-game parties at holy grail. And and thanks to Jim in the crew down there, always take care of us. And it was a packed house met so many people in the other element to that. To the fact when the game is as exciting as it is that that is just that's the pinnacle, right? There is the fact that the red win in semi dramatic fashion. Anyway. It was hopefully a sign of things the way I thought that the way that they manage that game almost like a playoff game right here. It's over. He gave you know. You're you go through three pitchers. In the latter innings. I like, wow, this is really wants to win this game in front of the home crowd. So it was it was really anyway, Lance is going to be hearing about a half hour. We'll be talking about that as well. Sweet Sixteen stuff on show on seven hundred wwl w you'll have mardi today at noon talking about Marty's last opening day, which was which was yesterday. So we got this story to and this is really nothing new. I think I remember hearing stuff like this happen. But not to this extreme, of course, when I was a kid and I'm talking about teenagers and malls teenagers and malls, go together like peanut butter and chocolate, right? When we were younger, and the malls were the hot place to be in this, Ben in the one thousand nine hundred eighty going meet, the parents are drop you off or you had a buddy that had a car or something you need to go to hang out the mall, or the arcade or whatever. Right. And we know that malls are on the decline. Save Kenwood towne centre scheme continues to keep expanding. But we know try counties in trouble, certainly, I don't know the state of Northgate. I can honestly say I've never shopped in Northgate before but Northgate mall had an issue where you had a bunch of teenagers leaving the movie, and I'll fight started or something along that line. Anyway, they called thirty police officers from not just coal rain, but other agencies as well to come assist. There were three arrests three teenagers facing criminal charges. One threatened to beat up a police officer, another one was put in a car and tried to kick the doors and windows out while handcuffed inside and another scuffled with a cop who was trying to hold the crowd back and knocked his body camera off, so he had three array. Out of the twenty or so teens there were outside or near Northgate mall on Saturday. And the statement that came out. I I don't know who put it out. There might have been Coleraine police number call chief Danny about this. But said summer watching movies, but a lot didn't was apparently the expectation of the parents that are community would provide free babysitting services while they were out enjoying their evening. I don't buy totally disagree with that. Because of socialization, right? If you're a teenager. I don't know your your fourteen fifteen years old. You can't drive, but you want to go out and hang out with your friends. It's the age where you start to explore even more. So your surroundings to go out and do stuff, and there are times where my daughter would wanna go and frost, living and Mason, of course, our mall is kings island. Right. If you live in Mason, you almost obligatory have to have a gold pass if you have kids because that's what they're going to go. And I was comfortable with it cost me, whatever it is a year for the gold pass and beer Christmas present my daughter used to go. My son would go occasionally on one working there actually in. So we dropped the kid off go hang out with the friends. I said, you know, be smart. Don't be stupid. Don't get a trouble. Don't maybe you have to come back here before you eleven o'clock or whenever it's closing. Okay. You know, they're in a safer environment there because it's fenced in. There's a lot of security their stuff. But yeah, you know, again, your teenager. If there's trouble to be found, you can find it. Which my daughter's put for a while. There is pretty good about finding trouble. But never had any issues like this. But but that's part of it. Right. Is it it's not babysitting. I'm we didn't do you. Don't dump your kid off at king's on the babysit them. It's because they want to get out of the nest they want to explore the surroundings. They don't wanna be hovered over and supervisor whole lives, which we as parents do a really good job of today to a point where detrimental to our kids in this case. I look at it and go, well, I wouldn't chocolate of his kids being kids. I I would never tolerate my kids having a run in with police. But but also specifically where they're attacking the cops. You know, it's one thing to get in a fight. As a teenager as a teenage boy, and even before, you know, my early years for some reason, I don't know used to fight a lot. That kind of way went there during a high school years are kind of kept it myself and not really all in college. But that guy got all the way. But there's something about that age is a kid back then getting in fights forever at that happens. That's also part of socialization. So I don't think it's parents dumping their kids. Maybe that's the cases. Yeah. D-? Do you really? Do you get a babysitter for your thirteen or fourteen year old who just wants to go out and hang out with friends, and I think and and small doses. It's good. It's healthy it's normal, but certainly attacking police officers and causing this kind of stuff is simply not acceptable. And this is another part of the downside of malls, right is ever since malls came on the scene back in the day. There's always been the problem of teenagers. I remember going to the malls. And we would go to and. Yeah, there'd be I think there are some stores had a policy they wouldn't let Yan or I forget what it was. But there there's all sorts of noise in the teenagers. And then what happened was we started to move away from from malls in the last what fifteen twenty years. Two lifestyle centers. Right. You look at Anderson town centre Deerfield town center, you look at what's going on at liberty. And you look what's going on. Elsewhere where we're now you have essentially, they're they're glorified plazas right with just a hell of a lot more restaurants. So they're these lifestyle things that are going on nobody's really going to the mall anymore, except of course, her Kenwood, and I really don't hear too many problems with the Kenwood towne centre. And I think they have enough security in the like there, but nonetheless as a mall started to decline. You saw a lot of the stores pull out right? A lot of the big anchor stores kind of went away when you had. The Cincinnati mills, right? A dying when there's no food court like the food carts all boarded up. They've got. I don't know. Everything's a dollar store like ten of those. You got the guy selling the little helicopters and the cheap gold in the middle. There may be a close they're like all closeout stores and every other stores closed. You've got the guy. You gotta have the obligatory five hat shops selling the same. Hi, hats and say, yeah. Go in there, and it's like a flea market decline. But what's that gonna track where else can a kid go in the winter in the right in and go hang out at a place like that? Or if there's a movie theater nearby. Right. That that's a bit of a problem. So I look at this. I kind of get it because and I don't know about north gain, and what kind of shape they're in financially. If they're what the stores like, I generally don't go to malls. And I've never shopped at Northgate before. So no, the layup. However, I will say that's just a look at what's going on the Dayton mall to right. I think there are a couple of incidents up there. It seems like for years. A lot of stuff is going on at the Dayton mall at here better. And it's along the same lines. Going to get kids congregating because there's nowhere else to go. And then want to hang out with their friends, and you hope they're not gonna get into trouble. But clearly, that's that's been happening from day one from the jump. This is a whole new level of disrespect or where they're actually attacking police officers. I mean in my lifetime. I can't imagine the time would be a fire or a kid, and I consider teenager someone who's thirteen fourteen. Fifteen sixteen years old a kid that you think it's a good idea to lash out at police officers. I don't know if that's because the state of how policing is viewed by the community or just the fact that kids are being raised by wolves. I don't know. But but that to me is a much different thing that happened to Meyer five one three seven four nine seven thousand David sharonville on seven hundred WW high. Hey, what's going on? What did you say? Hey, listen. I don't know if you remember when four Serb ball. I hope I remember when it first opened I remember. Yeah. I remember going there. And it was like they had a lot of stuff in there too. They had restaurants in the toy store. They had the what was the the clothing company that sold really cheap. Good close. It's no longer business anymore. Yeah. I remember when it was full when the first the first four they hit this amazing. It had a carousel ferris wheel big arcade there. But people were doing the same thing. Right. Here's twenty bucks dropped the kid off when the quarters ran out. They were walking the mall. Yep. Yep. I think what that does. First of all, they're not buying anything in any of the stories. Right. They're just walk in the mall people that would normally go there in shop don't go because there's these big groups of kids just walking around. I mean, it just it just I think it's part of what guilt force hairball. Yeah. I think that's part of it too. But again as the anchor, so so I think the offset was this, right? You'd always had teenagers going around. But when malls were banging. There'd be a lot of adults because it's the only place to go shop right in now with online and everything else. The adults went away in therefore the the because of the kids that may be a component of it. But, but what happened was the kids made up a majority of the clientele horn spent any money, which causes the the mall to spin further down, which now you have issues like I don't know how Northgate student, you know, I grew up in that area. But I don't I don't know. The whole of mole is they want you to walk the mall and buy from several store, right? A lot of adult from these places where these kids are hanging out, even if you do go there, I think it's more it's become more strategic. There you go into one specific store. It what you want then get out where again, that's not how a mall work. I'm all work by you. Shopping at this store that walking around what else, but I don't think people want to walk around because of these kids that are going. I think it's kind of self fulfilling right because the only thing left is a place for kids to go where there's a roof over your head and kill some time without spending money, which is a goal of kid hood. And I'm saying, I think what change was consumer tastes, right? That that know kids may have been a turn up but back in the day. It was like everyone would go to the mall. And so there are enough adults around that the kids would kind of act in life. If if the majority of people who are frequent in these places are teenagers. Well, then there's no elsewhere to keep them in check. So I mean, just my two cents anyway. And I think the mall model is is pretty much done. But it may come back at a later date. Who knows it seems like it's the retail shopping centers the lifestyle centers that which I see. In liberty township which is close to me. They've got liberty town centre if the which I guess is not doing as well as they thought, but it's like an open air mall concept. Right. Where a lot of restaurants and the Christmas tree. And we'll go up there. I don't know every couple of months, or whatever and have dinner. I don't we don't really shop. But I see a lot of kids around see a lot of adults around too. So I think there's that offset there. You know what I mean? Well, the funny thing is the biggest mall in the country, which is the mall of America doesn't have these issues, and they flourished they I built that way. Was there a couple of years ago? And because we brought my daughter up there, and we went to mall of America in it is it's it is ridiculous. But you have three every three levels. I think in every level has the same stores. It's like you got the same lid store on every low. Right. You've got MRs fields cookie. There's like six of those since it's like, it's big. But it's like a lot of the same exact and every levels like the Kenwood towne centre. But it's it's it's called the Sieg indoor amusement park and all that too. But it's different. I mean, Minnesota it is literally you can't go outside for about six months of the year..

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"anderson town center" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

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"anderson town center" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"I'll tell you what yesterday. Probably. One of the best opening days. I think I've ever been a part of simply because the weather was great that that's always critical. It sucks to sit out when it's cold and raining and wet and all that. But yesterday's weather was great little shower before the game. But during the game the sun came out the entirety of it. And of course, the pre-game parties at holy grail. And thanks to Jim in the crew down there. Always take care of us and was a packed house met, so many cool people in the other element to that. To the fact when the game is exciting as it is. That is just. The pinnacle right there the fact the reds win in semi dramatic fashion. Anyway. It was hopefully a sign of things the way I thought that the way that they manage that game almost Velika playoff game. Right. Because it's they. You know, you you go through three pitchers. In the latter innings. I like, wow, this is really wants to win this game in front of the home crowd. So it was it was really anyway, Lance is going to be hearing about a half hour. We'll be talking about that as well. Sweet Sixteen stuff on show on seven hundred w will you'll have mardi today at noon talking about Marty's last opening day, which was which was yesterday. So we got this story to and this is really nothing new. I think I remember hearing stuff like this happen. But not to this extreme, of course, when I was a kid and I'm talking about teenagers and malls teenagers and malls, go together like peanut butter and chocolate. Right. When we were younger, and the malls were the hot place to be in this Ben in the what nine hundred eighty he's going to drop you off or you had a buddy that had a car or something. Half the mall, or the arcade or whatever. Right. And we know that malls are on the decline. Save Kenwood towne centre continues to keep expanding. But we know try counties in trouble, certainly, I don't know the state of Northgate. I can honestly say I've never shopped in Northgate before but Northgate mall had an issue where you had a bunch of teenagers leaving the movie, and I'll fight started or something along that line. Anyway, they called thirty police officers from not just coal rain, but other agencies as well to come assist. There are three arrests three teenagers facing criminal charges. One threatened to beat up a police officer, another one was put in a car and tried to kick the doors and windows out while handcuffed inside and another scuffled with a cop who was trying to hold the crowd back and knocked his body Cam Roth. So you had three arrests out of the twenty here. So teams there were outside or near Northgate mall on Saturday. And the statement that came out. I I don't know who put it out. There might have been Coleraine police number call chief any about this. But said summer watching movies, but a lot didn't was apparently the expectation of the parents that are community would provide free babysitting services while they are out enjoying their evening. I don't mind totally disagree with that. Because of socialization, right? If you're a teenager. I don't know your your fourteen fifteen years old. You can't drive, but you want to go out and hang out with your friends. It's the age where you start to want to explore even more. So your surroundings to go out and do stuff, and there are times where my daughter would wanna go and frost living and Mason, of course, our mollahs kings island, right? If you live in Mason, you almost obligatory have to have a gold pass if you have kids because that's what they're gonna go. And I was comfortable with gone. Okay. Cost me, whatever it is a year for the goal pass and beer Christmas present my daughter used to go. My son would go occasionally on one working there actually in. So we dropped the kid off go hang out with the friends. I said do you not be smart? Don't be stupid. Don't get trouble. Don't maybe you have to come back here before eleven o'clock whenever it's closing. Okay. He didn't know they're in a safer environment there because it's fenced in. There's a lot of security their stuff. But yeah, you know, again, your teenager. If there's trouble to be found, you can find it which my daughter's put for a while. There is pretty good about finding trouble. But never had any issues like this. But but that's part of it. Right. Is it it's not babysitting. We didn't do you. Don't dump your kid off at king's on the babysit them. It's because they want to get out of the nest they want to explore the surroundings. They don't want to be hovered over and supervisor whole lives, which we as parents do a really good job of today to a point where detrimental to our kids in this case. I look at it and go, well, I wouldn't chocolate of his kids being kids. I would never tolerate my kids having a run in with police. But but also specifically where they're attacking the cops. You know, it's one thing to get in a fight. As a teenager as a teenage boy, and even before, you know, my early years for some reason, I don't know used to fight a lot that kind of way went there during the high school years. I kind of kept them myself and not really all in college. But I got all the way. But but there's something about that age is a kid back then and getting in fights forever that that happens? That's also part of socialization. So I don't think it's parents dumping their kids from maybe that's the cases. Yeah. D-? Do you really? Do you get a babysitter for your thirteen or fourteen year old who just wants to go out and hang out with their friends, and I think and and small doses. It's good. It's healthy it's normal, but certainly attacking police officers and causing this kind of stuff is simply not acceptable. And this this is another part of the downside of malls, right is ever since malls came on the scene back in the day. There's always been the problem of teenagers. I remember going to the malls. And we would go to and. Yeah, there'd be I think there some stores had a policy they wouldn't let in. I forget what it was. But there there's all sorts of noise in the teenagers. And then what happened was we started to move away from from malls in the last what fifteen twenty years two lifestyle centers. Right. You look at Anderson town centre Deerfield town center, you look at what's going on at liberty. And you look what's going on. Elsewhere where we're now you have essentially, they're they're glorified plazas right with just a hell of a lot more restaurants. So there are these lifestyle things that are going on nobody's really going to the mall anymore, except of course, her Kennewick. And I really don't hear too many problems with the Kenwood towne centre. And I think they have enough security in the like there, but nonetheless. The mall started to decline. You saw a lot of the stores pull out right? A lot of the big anchor stores kind of went away, you know, when you had. The Cincinnati mills, right? Mall dying. When there's no food court like the food carts, all boarded up. They've got. I don't know. Everything's a dollar store like ten of those. You got the guy selling the little helicopters and the cheap gold in the middle. There may be a close they're like all closeout stores. Never other stores closed. You've got the guy. You gotta have the obligatory. Five hat shops song the same. Hi, hats and go in there. And it's like a flea market. You know, it's in decline, but what's that going to track where else can kid go in the winter in the right? I in go hang out with a place like that. Or if there's a movie theater nearby. Right. That that's a bit of a problem. So I look at this. I kind of get it because I don't know about Northgate, and what kind of shape they're in financially. If they're what the stars like, I generally don't go to malls. And I've never shopped at Northgate before saw what? No, the layup. However, I will say that's just a look at what's going on the Dayton mall to right. I think there are a couple incidents up there. It seems like for years a lot of stuff is gone on at the Dayton mall at here about and it's along the same lines. You're going to get kids congregating because there's nowhere else to go. They want to hang out with their friends, and you hope they're not gonna get into trouble. But clearly, that's that's been happening from day one from the job. This is a whole new level of disrespect or whether actually attacking police officers. I mean in my lifetime. I can't imagine the time would be a fire a kid, and I consider a teenager someone who's thirteen fourteen. Fifteen sixteen years old a kid that you think it's a good idea to lash out at police officers. I don't know if that's because the state of how policing is viewed by the community or just the fact that kids are being raised by wolves. I don't know. But but that to me is a much different thing that happened to Meyer five one three seven four nine seven thousand David sharonville on seven hundred WW high. Hey, what's going on? Hey, listen. I don't know if you remember when four ceremonial. I hope but I remember when it first opened I remember. Yeah. I remember going there, and it was like they had Dan a lot of stuff in there too. They had restaurants. The toy store they had the what was the the clothing company that sold really cheap. Good close. It's no longer business anymore. Yeah. I remember when it was full when the first the first four they have this amazing. It had a carousel ferris wheel arcade there. But people were doing the same thing. Right. Here's twenty bucks dropped the kid off when the quarters ran out they were walking the mall with their friends. And I think what that does. First of all, they're not buying anything in any of the stories. Right. They're just walk in the mall people that would normally go there in shop don't go because there's these big groups of kids Jeff walking around. I mean, it just it just I think it's of what you'll force their ball. I think that's part of it too. But again as the anchor, so so I think the offset was this, right? You'd always had teenagers going around. But when malls were banging. There'd be a lot of adults because it's the only place to go shop right now with online and everything else. The adults went away in therefore the because of the kids that may be a component of it. But, but what happened was the kids made up a majority of the clientele weren't spending any money, which causes the the mall to spin further down, which now you have issues like I don't know how Northgate student, you know, I grew up in that area. But I don't I don't know. The whole of a mall is they want you to walk the mall and buy from several stores, right? But I think with a lot of adults in these places where these kids are hanging out, even if you do go there, I think it's more it's become more strategic. There you go into one specific store, it what you want to get out where again, that's not how a mall work Hama works by you shopping at this score that walking around, but I don't think people want to walk around because of these kids that are self. Fulfilling right, because the only thing left is a place for kids to go where there's a roof over your head and kill some time without spending a lot of money, which is a goal of kid hood. And I'm saying, I think what change was consumer tastes, right? That that kids may have been a turn up back in the day. It was like everyone would go to the mall. And so there are enough adults around that the kids would kind of act in life. If if the majority of people who are frequently these places are teenagers. Well, then there's no adults there to keep them in check. I mean, just my sense anyway, and I think the mall model is is pretty much done. But it may come back at a later date. Who knows it seems like it's the retail shopping centers the lifestyle centers that which I see in liberty township which is close to me. They've got a liberty town center, which I guess is not doing as well as they thought, but it's like an open air mall concept. Right. Where a lot of restaurants, and, you know, the Christmas tree, and we'll go up there every couple of months, whatever and have dinner. I don't we don't really shop. But I see a lot of kids around but see a lot of around too. So I think there's an offset there. You know what I mean? Well, the funny thing is. The biggest mall in the country, which is the mall of America doesn't have these issues, and they flourished they I built that place. Was there a couple years ago? And because we brought my daughter up there, and we went to mall of America in it is it is ridiculous. But you have three every like three levels. I think in every level has the same stores. It's like you got the same lead store on every level. Right. You've got MRs fields cookie. There's like six of those since it's like, it's big. But it's like a lot of the same exact, and every level is like the Kenwood towne centre. But it's it's it's called the Sieg indoor amusement park and all that too. But it's different. I mean, Minnesota it is literally you can't go outside for about six months of the year. That's why thrives apparently. They have a skyway system. Skywalk system. That is like the catacombs. It's the second every building on the second floor has an access to the next building. So there's there's like skywalk between all the buildings downtown in Minneapolis and Saint Paul that's because you can't go out on the street..

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