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Tkachuk scores 3, Flames beat Oilers 9-6 in Game 1

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 2 months ago

Tkachuk scores 3, Flames beat Oilers 9-6 in Game 1

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"andersson " Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

05:44 min | 8 months ago

"andersson " Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Martinez and Culver City California Opening statements in the trial of Ghislaine Maxwell begin today in a Manhattan federal court Maxwell is charged with trafficking underage girls for financier Jeffrey Epstein to sexually abused It's alleged that she groomed them and in some cases participated in the abuse Jeffrey Epstein died in a federal detention center in 2019 It was ruled a suicide Maxwell has been in jail since 2020 NPR's Jasmine guards will be following the case Jasmine people are probably pretty familiar with Jeffrey Epstein Tell us some more about Ghislaine Maxwell Sure Maxwell is the daughter of the late media mogul Robert Maxwell In the 90s she was in a romantic relationship with Jeffrey Epstein she's charged with multiple counts of trafficking miners for Epstein between the mid 90s and the early 2000s She maintains that she is innocent Okay so what's her defense expected to be There's a few things First they are likely going to argue that there is no way that Maxwell can get a fair trial that she is in essence being tried for Jeffrey Epstein's crimes a sort of trial by proxy The other argument is that she's already been found guilty in the court of public opinion This is an extremely public case I was at the jury selection a few weeks ago and this was the question that kept coming up for potential jurors How much time do you spend on social media How much do you know about this case How much do you follow tabloid news There have been a lot of high profile names attached to this story Jasmine so what do we know about who's going to testify At least four women who say they were underage and preyed upon by Maxwell will be testifying What has been raising some eyebrows is that one woman a Virginia jofre will not be participating She is one of the most famous accusers who says when she was 17 Epstein and Maxwell started flying her around the world for sex with very high profile politicians royals billionaires And she's the one who has named names like Britain's Prince Andrew former New Mexico governor Bill Richardson and former Israeli prime minister Ehud Barak as some of the important men she was forced to have sex with She has also accused former president Bill Clinton of parting on Epstein's island And all of those men have denied the accusations or any of those expected to testify There is a lot of mystery around who the witnesses will be for this case And what also remains to be seen is whether or not Maxwell had co-conspirators and if so will they be called in How much we find out about that is unclear There is a possibility that the government is investigating the possible co-conspirators separately One more thing what took so long to bring Maxwell trial Well you know the court system has been absolutely backed up by the pandemic And it remains to be seen how this plays out in coming weeks already There are a lot of restrictions for journalists coming in because of social distancing and yeah it remains to be seen how it plays out right now NPR's Jasmine gars in New York Jasmine thank you Thank you The fashion designer Virgil oblo has died of a rare form of cancer He was a luminary He founded the label off white He was the artistic director for Louis Vuitton menswear and he made street wear into high fashion Earlier this morning I talked to NPR's Karen grigsby Bates Good morning Karen Morning Noel So he was quite different from many fashion designers wasn't he He was I talked with booth Moore She's the West Coast executive editor of the fashion industry Bible women's wear daily And she pointed out ablo was a trailblazer She says his entry into fashion was unique He you know came up through pop culture not through sort of traditional design channels And he was very good at sort of bridging the gaps between different disciplines He himself was a DJ And you know had a huge social media following before coming to fashion And so he really kind of changed the image of what a fashion designer should be He also had degrees in civil engineering and architecture And Morris said because of this nonlinear entry into fashion abloh was a huge inspiration to younger creatives And what did that look like Well with his company off white Virgil abloh was one of the early adopters of street wear and the crossover of streetwear into fashion Others would eventually follow but he was way ahead of them Here's booth Moore again He had this sort of clever way of labeling things in his line where it would be the actual name of the thing like shoe or hoodie And so you know that kind of created this mystique around the items He also had very close professional relationships with Kanye West and Jay-Z and those collaborations were incredibly important Tell us about why Yeah collaboration really was one of the through lines in his work He melded pop culture with oko tour And he took a lot of his influences from what young people were wearing and interested in Abloh's collaborated not only with celebrities but with companies like Nike evian the fancy outerwear company montclair he designed furniture for Ikea.

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"andersson " Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:03 min | 8 months ago

"andersson " Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Organization is working with researchers to better understand the new Corona various violent variant after health experts in South Africa said it appeared to cause only mild symptoms The WHO says there's no information yet to suggest on record symptoms differ from those caused by other variants Now the Scottish national party will table emotion of censure against Boris Johnson this week in blackfoot the party's Westminster leader will claim the prime minister must be held to account from his disastrous actions He has described the governance at Downing Street as damaging and dangerous 6 cases of COVID-19 on recon variant has been identified in Scotland The Scottish government has announced this morning An Australian's prime minister Scott Morrison is proposing new legislation that would force social media firms to reveal the identity tease of anonymous trolls under the laws people who believe they have been defamed could get a court order forcing companies to disclose who is behind the post If companies do refuse they would have to pay defamation costs Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quick take powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries I'm Jan guerins This is Bloomberg Caroline Thank you so much Leanne guerins with the world news this morning Coming up next we're going to bring you Bloomberg's interview with the Alphabet CEO Sundar Pichai so that next one of our top interviews this morning also though an update on the markets quite fascinating up by 9 tenths of 1% this morning All the sectors on the U.S. stock 600 are in the green travel and leisure and energy top the list And looking to the U.S. market open U.S. features on the S&P 500 up by 7 tenths of 1% You're listening to Bloomberg daybreak Europe where life on London this morning This is move back.

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"andersson " Discussed on Effekten | digitalisering - kunskap

Effekten | digitalisering - kunskap

05:18 min | 10 months ago

"andersson " Discussed on Effekten | digitalisering - kunskap

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"andersson " Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:37 min | 1 year ago

"andersson " Discussed on KOMO

"To promo code. Coke at six flags dot com. Homeowners time 5 40 now to the Beacon Plumbing Sports desk. Here's Tom Butler. Tonight. Two teams who entered the NBA in 1968 and the toy them have managed to win one championship opened the best of seven NBA Finals in Phoenix, where Chris Paul and the Suns host of Milwaukee Bucks who could very well be without star Yannis under to cope once again because Of an injury. Not many people would have wagered on this matchup in the finals, but finish guard Devin Booker says Suns fans are loving this team. I guess the the baby here, you know, it's the only professional team, Nice Phoenix and every other teams Arizona so Phoenix Suns is the the baby franchise here, and they love it with the passion and in other NBA news, former Sonic player and coach Nate McMillan had the interim tag removed from his name. He is now the head coach of the Atlanta Hawks after taking them to the Eastern Conference finals Game four of the Stanley Cup finals goes to Montreal. They had to win or the series would have gone to Tampa Bay. The game went over time before Josh Andersson's goal gave the Canadians the three to win. The series shifts back to Tampa Bay for Game five tomorrow. The Mariners and Yankees tonight Game one of a three game series at team of Part seven 11th pitch and the Seattle Storm return to action. Tomorrow night. They host the Los Angeles Sparks at Angel of the Winds Arena. Also tomorrow night, it's Sounders hosting Houston at Blumenfield Sports, attended 40 past the hour. Tom Butler Common news. It's 5 41 right now, and we'll check traffic and weather coming up next. You've a Children's was just ranked by U. S News and World Report as Virginia's best Children's Hospital for 2021 to 2022, because keeping your kids healthy is our mission of a Children's.

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Andersson scores in return, Kings top Vegas 4-2

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 1 year ago

Andersson scores in return, Kings top Vegas 4-2

"The kings in the three game losing skid with a four two win over the golden knights in Las Vegas as they moved within four points of a playoff spot in the west division Ellie getting goals from Andreas out there to see you Jared Anderson Dolan Alex I Apollo and Leah Sanderson every games it's huge and we we treat every game that's a playoff game here now and you know we want to win every game we got the smarts to enable play the right way don't get too stressed about that but the standings and I think is that okay thank you to every day and try to focus on one game at a time William Karlsson she Theodore score for Vegas as they fall in the second place in the west one point behind the avalanche cal Petersen is the winner in that Marc Andre Fleury takes the loss hi Mike Reeves

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"andersson " Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

02:27 min | 1 year ago

"andersson " Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Catholic Central here today in the Bishop Division Championship game from their home field. Father, Elmer Stadium and no Vai Michigan. Rename. Just a couple of years ago, we were here for that ceremony line drive to the 16 yard line here on the kick. It's taken out by Catholic Central. They have some room to run Blade. Brady book Feta. Breaks it across the 30 to the 35 Yard line, now finds an opening at the 50. He's to the 30 on the other side to the 21 man to beat and he will be wrestled out of bounds. He looked dead red. After really good return. First off the 50 yard line. He kept those feet chugging and got a whole lot more to the far sideline. I'm surprised the refs didn't blow that play dead. I mentally checked out of the play. He was wrapped up dead to rights, but you have to finish. It sounds like a cliche, but I'm sure coaches will say it till they're blue in the face. But if you don't finish a play something like that is going to happen. Maybe it can use Brady Blanquita as a vocal warm up from L A because I stumble on his name and unique New York. How now Brown 804 left to play here in the fourth quarter. It's 45 to 7 in favour of Catholic Central here. To white out to the right one to the far side. It's Brady Huer again in the gun. This second, Siri's at quarterback handoff on a pitch to the right side. Evan Hager Haeger had a touchdown. Earlier, Hager runs into a big linemen at the 10 Yard line bounced off of them, though, as he reached the five Makes its second down and goal. Roman Murray, the junior defensive end wrapped him up. Catholic, sensual has a shot to extend their lead once again there still in that running clock threshold right now it's 35 or above in the second half right now, 45 to 7. In favor of CC here seven minutes to play. Dan Andersson's got to be relieved to get his starting quarterback out and weak six right before the playoffs. Any chance you could get Teo Rest a guy and make sure everybody's healthy for What they hope is going to be a long run. Whirling run to the lab. That's big back counter. Bell didn't like him in goal.

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"andersson " Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"andersson " Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Conquered down to route 3 93 Further south, the gym's over four miles down to an early lead. Plane crash after exit for in Londonderry, David Roni W busiest traffic on the threes. And taking a look at the 40 forecast. We goto AC you others, Brett Anderson. Increasing clouds this evening that mostly cloudy for tonight Low 47 Tomorrow cloudy. Breezy, chilly day showers in the morning. A period of rain during the afternoon Ojai only 65 degrees occasional rain, Then tomorrow night low 52 Tuesday a little bit better. It's morning rain Otherwise, mostly cloudy. Not quite his chili high up to 61 degrees Wednesday. Big improvement partly sunny and warmer. I have. 2 68 Mackie with meteorologist. Britt Andersson, BBC Boston's news radio. What your groceries and more delivered fast. BJs Wholesale Club brings it to your door in his little is two hours so you can spend more time doing things like not shopping. BJ Live generously. October is Subaru loves pets Month. Details at Subaru of new England dot com It is 62 degrees in Haven RL 56 Partly cloudy over Boston at 3 25. This just in to the W. B C newsroom, the governor of Louisiana John Bell, Edwards is reporting the state's first Death from Hurricane Delta. Apparently an elderly man died after a fire broke out when a generator was refueled. Hundreds of thousands of people are still without power. Because of that storm will keep you updated as we learn more right now. It's time for the upside. This is the upside with Jordan a dose of good news because it is a big world out there. The nation of Chile has been hit hard by the pandemic is we all.

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"andersson " Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"andersson " Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Of a Native American with a disembodied sword, dangling arm overhead has been Long a source of controversy in this state and in today's racial inequality climate. The issue has bubbled over the state Senate votes unanimously to set up a commission to study the symbols and suggest changes. Governor Charlie Baker says he is open to having that discussion. But what's not clear here is if the House of Representatives on Beacon Hill will take up the issue as well. Winchester High School will no longer be home to the sage ums. The school committee votes to remove that mascot that indigenous people and others called racist. BBC's James RoHaas is in Winchester. With Mohr on last night's vote. Winchester High is joining the list of schools nationwide that are moving to replace their native American mascot. In this case, the Satyam the Public Schools Committee voted unanimously to retire the mascot and logo during last night's virtual meeting, which included hours of public comment. Joyce Reine Andersson is a professor of US ethnic and indigenous studies at Bridgewater State. Regarding the overall use of Native American imagery, she says it's damaging the psychological damage to native Children to see. You know, some of the things that fans do, for example, painting themselves with with red red paint on their face. We've done away with black face. Why do we have red face right? No timeline yet for when the sage a mascot will be replaced. In Winchester, James RoHaas W B Z Boston's NewsRadio Coming Up Lights, camera game shows set to return details on the way 703.

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"andersson " Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"andersson " Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Once again. Some sun, some clouds and some thunderstorms, especially late this afternoon. Well Professor Joyce Rain. Anderson of Bridgewater State University, joined us early this morning to talk about everything regarding changing names. And it begins with Plymouth Plantation. Well, I think that it's it's something that has been a long time coming. I've been involved with certain things that Plymouth Plantation over the years and and some several of us were called in to talk about rebranding. And so this does reflect a more accurate story. I think, because Klemens itself carries Ah English settler Colonial. Name but with adding protects it to it. It honors the indigenous peoples here and then, Of course, we have the big story. The NFL after nearly a century Washington planning on losing the Redskin moniker from their team names, you know the name that they currently using which it is a racial slur. It's the equivalent of any other racial slur. Orestes what's in a name takes on an entirely new meaning. In this age of police reform and racial equality. Professor Joyce Reine Andersson for Bridgewater State University, joining US on W. B C news radio this morning. Well, dozens gathered at the Statehouse to protest the Trump administration's new visa rules, forcing students to either transfer or leave the country if their school offers on Lee Online classes. More from W. B. C's Suzanne Sauce for many of the students read statements from international students who could not be here. This Harvard student from Germany, who did not want to be named, spoke for herself..

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"andersson " Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk Indie Film

Sci-Fi Talk Indie Film

02:14 min | 2 years ago

"andersson " Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk Indie Film

"Are there others that you couldn't didn't include a, but they're kind of yeah, you know. I found this really cool extension What do you call a duplex kind of extension cords? Thing either it looks like a person. Like electro man. He's got like ahead and I think that's where you plug in your appliance or whatever you're plugging in. And then now that's yeah. That's one of the goes to the wall I WANNA go to the wall. Court going through the wall, and then there's like arms, and the legs for extension, and I was going to make him into character, and I even contacted the company and ask them if they'd be okay with it, and then I realized. He looks like gingerbread man. And I'm not going to be able to really get those hands the the outlet hands and feet. It's not gonNA. Make any sense to anybody. They're not going to know what the heck this guy is. So I didn't use him. I think that's pretty much. The only one that I scrapped cool. That sounds great. Hey, I! I Really Wanna I really WANNA. Thank you for talking to me. It's always interesting to see you know talk to somebody about their creative process and how they did this. It sounds like this was a labor of love. And and more loved and Labor may hopefully. But. It was great to talk to you and I. Really Wish to pass with this and I. Appreciate you having the on, yes, sure I mean it was it Leah kind of led me to you and I know Tay I interviewed her a few times so. Yeah! Yes, PERFECT CALICO! We talked on and off. She's been in things and and then We talk when she had just finished. Queer folk and stuff like that so Yeah, it's just terrific actress that is really done some neat stuff, so it was a pleasure to. She's wonderful with Great Personality home around well, thank you again and best of luck and I'm pulling for you. Thank you I appreciate it. Look for the grid. Alad, Zombie Mall. This is Tony Tomato for sci-fi talk as always. Thanks so much for listening. I'm Michael Shanks of started street one and you're listening to Sifi Talk..

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"andersson " Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk Indie Film

Sci-Fi Talk Indie Film

04:44 min | 2 years ago

"andersson " Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk Indie Film

"This is John Delancey and you're very lucky to be listening to Sifi Talk. This is Terry. Good Kind Number One New York Times, bestselling author of the sort of truth series. Sir Joseph not former executive producer and writer on strike eight S G. One strike in Atlanta's stargate universe presently writer on dark matter. Hello! This is David Franklin Lieutenant Sorry Captain Bracco from skype. I'm Robert J. Sir Hugo Award winning author of Flash. Forward, and www wake i. this is Jamie Bamber. This is Katie Sakata's. I am Tomo Panicky I. Play Hilo on the hit television series. Battle Star GALACTICA. And you're listening to sci-fi Talk. Hi, welcome to FI. Talk and I'm Tony to Lonzo you know it's really hard to get. An indie film made these days, and it's no different. It's an animated Phil maybe even harder. The Grid Zombie Outlet Mall features electrical appliances having their own sentient lives. The film's director is Linda Anderson. We talk about the project and how it all came together. You know I don't know if you're the same way, but whenever I lifted an electrical outlet, all my life I saw face. Sometimes. You know I mean it's just I'm an only child, so you know you just kind of find a friend everywhere you can sure. so I started thinking about it. It's like well. That's an interesting concept and then. I started looking around like Oh. Everything kind of looks like that. In the electrical world, there's always going to be a positive and a negative, so there's a face there you know potentially. And then the joke started pouring out. I have like an electrical `electronic background. Anyway, okay. So I worked as a tech for few years. And you know soldering and. All that fun stuff! So it's kind of in my blood. And, then you know just the the writing brain took over in there. It was Oh cool cool, so was it fun to kind of? Pick the things that were going to have like life as far as electrical devices. Yeah and a lot of times it was like a line of dialogue that would come to me much like a songwriter. You'd have like a chorus. Come to you and your head, and then you just kinda right. Around it and say well.

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"andersson " Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

WZFG The Flag 1100AM

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"andersson " Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

"Partnered with college bookstores high schools and retailers to bring you high quality game day apparel whether it's work or play every day's game day S. C. I. sport twelve thirty four to play the game the question is can D. GF go on a late run like they did at the end of the first half right now it's per with a ball a fourteen point lead Gunnar Andersson high on the left covered by Justin weighing chance pants left wing the Morris yes the man to man defense of the GF more start the drive shore corner fine on a back door cut landed Stevens has thirteen what a pass by more to wrap around shore corner left in on the backside Stevens with position he went up with two hands and position the ball into the bucket fifty two thirty six the lead Perl DG up his don cold in the second half stranded right wing three is no good Rasmussen with a two handed rebound ahead to interesting drive down the lane and he lays it up in a in an odd underhanded layup an excuse me that's Ryan Murphy off the bench he just checked in any looks over to his bed gin says let's go Mike Clark head coach for GDF patrolling the.

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"andersson " Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"andersson " Discussed on WGN Radio

"Twenty fourth to my right is the vivacious Lisa will possibly site Carl what's up Hey we have Benny Andersson producing our show tonight was up and how are you guys some doing all right and he'll be here tomorrow night too you are correct Sir yeah it's a big weekend we've got ban on duty here yeah so have you and we have some classic radio shows for our listeners five episodes between tonight and tomorrow night we're gonna start things off with Mr and Mrs north from nineteen fifty three good detective adventure then it's the Cisco kid in nineteen fifty eight and then Mister president you get the gas who the president is it's a an event from a president's life and it's sort of unfolds for you as we listen to it and you history buffs out there try to guess who the president is so that's coming your way tonight we will be here till two o'clock in the morning we're gonna play our game is it real or is it ridiculous brought to you by cats pride yes and the celebrity is Lisa Cujo one of your favorite yeah I know you do and we are going to be giving away two tickets to mercury theatre show called Monty python's Spamalot so that's pretty exciting as well all rights we hope that you'll Colin and a win some Peter tickets and color where to go with caller number five you can call right now three one two nine eight one seventy two hundred give that a call and we'll be right back just a few days Laurie Lightfoot is going to lower the boom taxes go up services go down jobs get heavy will light forget easily muse some of baseball's not nearly over yet we've got three sacks tickets after four turn Monday afternoon on seven twenty WGN historians of anti semitism have long argued that anti semitism it begins with the Jews but never ends on September ninth.

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"andersson " Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"andersson " Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Terry was a friend of the victim, but he turned himself in though, now she's hoping stiffness family can find Justice. I know that it's going to take a lot for them to work through that witness very relieved to hear that Lugo is in custody. Westport police say this is very much still an active investigation. They are still looking for more information from the public the suspect is due in court in Fall River. On Thursday, shinola shoot over my witness news, nine minutes after six o'clock, Patrick Andersson from the proto covering snuff over the general simply says, former Rhode Island governor in US, Senator Theodore Francis green apparently still has some juice at the state house. More than a century, after he first served in the general assembly greens, political allies have beaten back attempts to strict strip his name from the state airport, and they are touting comprehensive compromise with airport executives who have been looking rebranded Rhode Island international airport new proposed name out of the state house, Rhode Island, Tf green international airport. According to Representative Shirley in Lima. His name belongs in the report, the most passionate green defender. She told fellow house members this week, she said this year, I'm very happy to report that we have reached a consensus to keep his name and Tacoma, Rhode Island Tf green international airport. We should never forget our past, and our great history. If you remember year ago, the. Cranston. Democrat Lima pulled a black and white photo of green from her desk on the house floor while calling the proposal to remove his name malarkey don't hear that word too often, and she introduced a floor amendment that would have changed the name to the same Rhode Island Tf green internationally report before lawmakers. Now it was voted down, though, twenty to fifty one. I remember this minutes.

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"andersson " Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

03:47 min | 3 years ago

"andersson " Discussed on WGN Radio

"So let's say Hello to the people. That'd be working with us this morning. Benny Andersson's is producing this morning. Hi, Ben, good morning banana cream or I'm sorry. I'm getting ahead of myself. I'm excited for the. Oh, I see. Okay. Yeah. I'm a banana cream guy myself. There's a, you know. Yeah. I will get to that a little bit later. I also I also like savory pies like with meat and stuff in them. So we can get into that. That's coming up. You know, the the Blackhawks didn't have to make it as suspenseful as it ended up being last, man. Yeah. I mean, come on, man. Let's let's have Zona games every week. Five to nothing, and and it ends up being five to four and that the final thirty seconds of the game was ridiculous. I thought for sure I thought for sure we're gonna go to OT. Yeah. I thought for sure, and I, you know, so I don't know what's going on. You know, they don't know what's going on with crow because he left after the first period. I'm not sure and I was in producing this game. So I don't know. Just suddenly he wasn't in the net at the beginning of the second period, which concern which concerns me. But anyway, but they want that's the important thing. They got two more points or four points back with twelve games left. I believe her teen twelve thirteen games left. That's ridiculous season. They're playing the Avs on Friday right Saturday Saturday. Well, oh, that's a couple of days off them. Okay. All right. Well, it was exciting. We'll play it back someone's in the booth with you. Why don't you have her introduce yourself to everybody that why don't you come over and say Hello? Hello. Hi. How are you? Are you good tell everybody who you are? Hello, everybody. My name is Vivian new one of the producers here WGN, and you're just hanging out because you're going to be producing my show next week. That is true. Okay. Well, it's nice to meet you Vivienne, are you from Greece. You're from Greece. Well, we'll from here. But yeah, I lived in Greece as well. Did you? Oh, wow. Okay. Can you hear the accent? Every. Yeah. It's it's there. It's there. But yeah, that's cool. So you're gonna be wear your new how long you've been here a week. Wow. You're real new. Take it easy on me next. I will I will. I will. I love that. After the just throwing you. They're thrown in the deep end here. Right. Yeah. No. It's gonna be it's gonna be fun. Nice to meet you too. With us next week producing what Tuesday through Friday, right? That's right. Okay. Good. We'll talk to you next. Hang out have fun with Ben there. He'll show you the ropes. You got it. All right. Cool that Vivian. She's going to be producing the show next week. Now, let's go to the newsroom in the newsroom is Vic Vaughn, I Vecchi. Good morning, sir. How are you buddy? I'm doing very well. Yeah. I got a little information for you on that Crawford. Oh left the game. I did not watch the game. But the Tribune Chicago Tribune reports that the coach found out that Crawford was sick during the second intermission. And you know, he's quoted as saying, you know, with confidence says he's not feeling well, he's not feeling well took him out. Well, what what they said. I'm not listening to the game. And what? Troy, and John said was that he had flu like symptoms and wasn't feeling. Well, yeah. That's what that's what it looked. But I always get a little concern. When crow ends up leaving a game with the history. For. Sure. Absolutely. So anyway, but that was really an unnecessarily exciting game. Thanks hawks. Forgive for giving me a heart attack during the third period. I really appreciate that. But anyway, they want that's the important thing. They did win or straight to more points. Four straight looking good. All right. All right. Well, there you go. That's that's everybody. Who's here this morning?.

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"andersson " Discussed on Hockey Today

Hockey Today

03:03 min | 3 years ago

"andersson " Discussed on Hockey Today

"But then the third period back Lynn gets a seventeenth. And that's an interesting player to look at because so much talk about goodra season. He picked up his fiftieth assist, by the way on the back on goal that turned out to be the game winner. And of course, the Monahan of the way he has played, but backlands a guy that is very quietly becoming a leader on this team and can become a force on this team that you're not really talking about beyond the the Bonn hands and the Dros and the players of that ilk. And then Rasmus Andersson gets his second to put it away about two minutes later, and it was just that quick two minute span and a third period the cost the islanders win. I know we talked about it yesterday with EJ Radic lot of island or. Fans of set today to make any deals, and then of course, you couple the flames beat of the with the fact capital scores. Seven unanswered goals to beat the senators by the final score of seventy two it shows how precarious the islanders situation is both teams have seventy nine points. Now the islanders have two games in hand on Washington. That's certainly comes into play. But the row wins are the same. And I think the islanders need to kind of pick things up here. Just a little bit a last couple of games not gravely. They lost three of their last four. And now Carolina's crept up is the third place team with seventy four points. They're just five points back of the Anders. But again, the islanders have the games in hand. They've got two games in hand on Washington. A game in hand on Carolina of game in hand on Pittsburgh. Same out of games played his Columbus of the elders is still in good shape. But certainly a little shaky over the last week or so and couple that with the fact that no moves the deadline may be have a few fans a little scared capitals. As I mentioned seven answer goals. They spot the senators to nothing lead get too late in the first period of time. And just a mammoth fourth third period with four goals to really put it away. So the capital's finding their groove now capitals of scored thirteen goals in their last two games member. They beat the Rangers on Sunday six five and then put up a seven spot and really doing it without AmEx Alexander Ovechkin he did not score a goal and either of the two games in which the thirteen were scored. So that makes Washington a little scary as well. Because other guys are getting done. Who's nets off now has seventeen Oshii now has twenty so good job outta them. Sabres and free fall. They lose to the flyers five to two I think buffalo is pretty much cooked and now with hurricanes plan the way they're playing. They had a great spot last night taken on a kings team that had motionless shootout loss to Tampa the night before could they muster to performances like that in a row and the answer clearly was not twenty five goals now for Sebastian Aho Tara vein, and now knows he's staying put he's got eighteen Dougie Hamilton's having a great year on the blue line. He's got twelve goals on the season. So. So good job six straight goals to start the game for the Carolina Hurricanes who were red hot and Alan third place in the metro, and we've talked about this so many time trying to get that third place. Spot is that you want to try to have to put a situation where you're not a wildcard team how to face Tampa early. Maybe Carolina trying to make the plan for the first time in ten years. If you remember in two thousand nine the last time they made the playoffs..

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"andersson " Discussed on Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast

Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast

02:42 min | 3 years ago

"andersson " Discussed on Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast

"Also music episodes during the band's active years, it was composed of the two couples. So one was Agnetha faults Gog, she's the blonde one and Bjorn Elvis. He had the sweet mullet. The other was on afraid links tad. She was the red head and Benny Andersson who had the big beard. Okay. K? I got them in my. Abba was widely noted for the colorful in transit and costumes its members were the reason for the wild costumes was Swedish tax law. The cost of the clothes was deductible. Only if they could not be worn for anything other than performances. Okay. Abols made a lot of music videos because our songs were hits and many different countries. And personal parents were not always possible. Most of Abbas music videos, especially early on directed by law. See Hallstrom who would later go under direct the films. My life is a dog the cider house rules and shuck a lot gosh. Like, a real a real as last guy so absence. We probably all know church. Seventy four Waterloo nineteen seventy five you get SOS. So as shared just did a cover album of sheep, did she? All right, then in nineteen seventy six you dance clean. I'm not gonna play that every single person here knows the Queen. But you also have Fernando a love for Nando. My dad hates oh. It's themselves. New this nineteen seventy seven the name of the game. I don't think I know this one. This is is okay. Putting some Stanka. Oh, yep. Okay. I got. The same year America. You get knowing me knowing you from Abba. Yeah. I could really just go down to this. Hit. Yeah. Yeah. This is like. Kind of folksy, you know, I'm into it. We're bopping. This you guys..

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"andersson " Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

06:36 min | 3 years ago

"andersson " Discussed on KNST AM 790

"The first fruits of the year. Yes, I'm gonna trust you on that one. Is that was the piece of trivia that you knew that I didn't know. I'm trust in the corporate extension. Yeah. I am too. I I lean on them very heavily. Thank you. You of a? Pretty trustworthy. Yes. They are. And they put together a great document that we have on Rosanna house dot com. If you just search, strawberries, you can find it there, and it's really a great guideline. There's a lot of things in that. I didn't know about strawberries and the disease that they're prone to and the other certain crops, you don't want to plant strawberries in that same field, if you had planted these other ones ahead of that. And we'll get into it. But from the time that y'all have spent growing, strawberries, it was a a very unique story about the niche you're trying to fill so our foray into strawberry. Started several years. I wanna say probably four years ago, and we were approached to fill a time in the market where production went out of out of the US. So you had no domestic berries really being grown. And and so that was from November through February. And so we put in a trial. We had success grow. Knowing it. And so we ramped up our acreage on it and produced a beautiful crop. And I can vouch for it because they were so tasty. So sweet and nice and plump. Yeah. They were great. They were great our customers. Loved him. We were shipping them within the state, quite profusely. But then also we were shipping outside of the state to the east coast and to the mid west and up and down the west coast. So it was it was successful in that regard. Where we ran into some challenges was we just could not get the crop to come off soon enough. And when you're when you're growing, it's an expensive crop to grow. And as a farmer you have to look at what does it cost you to do this? And and what is your return on it? And we figured that. If we could grab the window from November through February if they came off early correct, then it would be great. And we really tried to do that. We just really were challenged and getting the berries off. It was it was more towards. Christmas when we were getting them off. So we lost that portion of the market where you were able to capture really decent margins on it. Because once you hit February then domestic production kicks back in market pricing drops. And now all of a sudden, you're selling you're selling your product for less than what it's costing you to grow it you're selling at a loss. So you know, you need the front end you need that running start to make up for the back end of the season. And we just, you know, just dude our temperature our weather here, we weren't able to make that work. And so it just was not a profitable venture for us. But it's also proof that Arizona can grow some amazing strawberries, and we have had some of our other direct market farmers when I say direct market farmers. Some of the smaller farmers that have grown, I know blue-sky farms, screw them too. But they're not as much of the commodity as you, and I the consumer would love them to be because of the market conditions. So we might have to lean on our backyard garden. Owners to keep growing the strawberry. Yeah. Right. Well, I mean, we do have our small farms that are doing the direct market stuff that are growing the might. I know blue sky has got strawberries in right now. Really good. Yeah. So you you can get those at the farmer's market where they're at. He's got a store. Plate and you can search and find out where blue sky market. Yep. And he's got him in his his berries are really good too. So good. Absolutely good. And we were talking. It wasn't a profitable. Venture you you'd said it's really the there's no combine to go pick strawberries, you've got to get out there by hand and pick off lease little tiny. You know, as you know. It's funny that you say that because you agriculture really is looking at technology because it's it's you know, labor is a huge challenge for us. And especially when you're in areas where you don't have access to to pool that labor when we were doing our, strawberries, we had to depend upon H two A labor to come in and harvest that crop for us, which that's that's also an extra added costs to do that. But but you're they're looking at mechanized robots going in now that they they can determine the rightness of that berry and pick it and go through and do that. So it's just interesting to see what technology is coming and do right. And we'll always. Advance in agriculture as I witnessed to that. If the technology is available. People also have to realize that sometimes and tell the price point and the technology because a lot of extremely expensive can be the thing. That's prohibiting farmers from adopting machinery equipment, right? Takes you twenty years to pay off it only lasts ten years. We always have to remember that Duncan family farms. I'm gonna mention her again because I just thought of her earlier Jan Andersson with pinnacle farms, small direct market farmer. She also does ancient grows grains. They are a business. They have to at least half, and we always talk about the slim profit margin a lotta times in firming, but they have to be making money in order for them to be staying in business. It's that very important word, we call sustainability. Absolutely. And when you're talking about making money as a consumer were always worried about focused on saving money, right? And it comes to price shopping at the grocery store, and what are you going to buy it because it's not enough for you are decisions as we're checking out. Our shopping carts. The neat thing about Dunkin's when they were doing strawberries is I could access them in the grocery store. I didn't have to go to exclusively the farmer's market. So, but hey, we've got to protect our farmers. Make sure that they are growing crops that can at least be sustainable for them. And. That's what's so exciting to about some of the things that farmers will investigate and pencil out. And see if it works. If it works as a crop. They'll grow it. Absolutely. And if you're planning on growing, your own strawberries, one plant produces about one pound calculate your strawberry consumption for the year and plan accordingly. You're in the front yard shovel in hand about.

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Mariners rough up Rodriguez, Red Sox

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01:45 min | 4 years ago

Mariners rough up Rodriguez, Red Sox

"Like the red sox returned to the field at fenway tonight the second of three weather permitting against the mariners boston game where this series last night fourteen to ten and turned a lefthander eduardo rodriguez for the game to start iran enters fourth in baseball with nine victories on the season he's won six consecutive starts including his last which was a nine three w against the same seattle team on the road at home he's five and one on the season and explains here his philosophy when he takes them out try to do just go like for which is why all the time like throw throw i try my bitches i try because i know a lot tried to just get like quake our jobs like strike one in working pretty good rodriguez will face mike leake for the ams opening pitch at fenway scheduled for seven fifteen at the nhl draft plenty of new englanders selected today in dallas to in the third round tyler madden from hartford jordan harris of hateful michael callahan of franklin went in the fifth round of the coyotes six round pittsburgh chose boston native liam gorman and riley who's of westwood pick by the rangers in the final round as for the bruins in order they went axel andersson defenseman from sweden center yaqoob loco from the czech republic curtis hall who's committed to yale dust mcfaul the canadian blue line are headed to clocks impove l hsien from russia speaking of the kremlin at the world cup defending champion germany still alive thanks to it ninety fifth minute goal stunned sweden two to one other winners today mexico and belgium golf paul casey a one shot lead third round play continues at the travelers championship down in cromwell connecticut lpga a it's mingy lee and nasa hot yoga atop the leaderboard after the second round up the north west arkansas championship nfl that's major league lacrosse boston cannons in new york tonight and at the.

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