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Doc Who Discovered Omicron Was 'Pressured' Into Making It Sound Severe
"I'd like to talk about the ideology of COVID and specifically of the omicron variant. Now the omicron variant was discovered in South Africa. In November, it spread since then to 57 countries. It was discovered by a South African doctor. In fact, the head of the South African medical services. A woman named doctor coxy ZEE. Angelique Kochi. And she described the virus and the symptoms in South Africa and she said, look, this is a contagious variant, more contagious than delta or the earlier variants, but she says its symptoms are also from her experience mild. And she described the South African patients who had this variant, and she basically said, look, these are people who have coughs. They have exhaustion. They have sore throat, but not a whole bunch of them are even ending up in the hospital. Now, interestingly, doctor Cote has a recent interview in the London papers that think it was in the London telegraph originally, but it's now reported elsewhere. Where she says the moment she said that, she started getting pressure from other medical authorities, not in South Africa, but elsewhere in the world, notably from Europe, saying, don't say that, don't say it smile. Don't say it smile, and she goes, well, but it is mild, and she says, quote, she goes, they kept attacking me. They kept telling me I had no idea what I was talking about. Now, the truth of it is, she does have an idea what she's talking about. They have actually now been several studies of the omicron variant. And the study showed that the omicron variant is notably milder than the delta variant. This is not to say that people don't die of all Macron. It's not to say that some people don't end up in the hospital. But basically what she's saying is that even though the sort of the good news and the bad news and the bad news is that all Macron is more contagious, the good news is that it's not as severe on average. So she's actually telling the truth about it, but what I think is striking is the way in which she was a subjected to this kind of medical and ideological, bullying. She goes, they are accusing me of lying of downplaying or only crime. Quote, in their minds, it's impossible for a disease with more than 38 mutations to be
"angelique" Discussed on Broken Record
"Investing in education. Roads. Health. And that's what you were hearing in remain in light. That's why I started when I started I started zooming so we zoom in so when you started fire and you don't know how to stop it, the fire gonna eat everything up and even you to start the fight. And that's what corruption is doing to our system. When you finally met David Byrne, after you recorded it, did you talk to him about how you interpreted his album? Yeah, you know, I told him that about it. She like, well. Okay, I do have a request, but could you just say one line when you sing the shotgun shack line? Could you just say that for me? And you made fun yourself, leaving in a shotgun shack and you may find yourself in another part of the world and you may find yourself behind the wheel of your bill and you may find yourself in the beauty full house with your beautiful wife and you may ask yourself, well, how did I get here? Let me do this go by that is so fabulous. Oh, you just made my day. So you did you started putting out albums and then you did your big album, which was the gozo? Did that have batonga on it? Was that on that? And it was your first album for Chris Blackwell. Yes. Yeah. And it was produced by the I think the Joe Gallo. The drummer for Miami Sam machine. Exactly. And a lot of people, if they don't remember all the songs, remember the album cover. Yes. Because you and that strength. I don't look you look like kind of like the world's coolest superhero at that point. Well, you know, that album I call logo zoom in tortoise. For me, it was my experience when I arrived in France, the western hour looking at for me, my image of them is torturous. They are going around by business, something happened. Nobody want to be involved. They come back in the shell. So that's why you have the three, the log I put is zero evil here, no. And is that how you felt like a tortoise? I was living in a tortuous society because nobody just came out unless they wanted to give you some racist comment and that zebra suit was really interesting because I just didn't want somebody to put me in the outfit that the thing is okay for an African person, because I have to hurt that all the time. Well, African people, they walk around with their breast naked. Why don't you do that? I'm like, really? I wear jeans in Benin. I grew up wearing modernity. I never wear them. I'm never walk around with my tedio up out. So I went out and bought my own stuff. I bought my jumpsuit and I'm not wearing it. You don't like it. That's the way it's gonna go man. And you became friends with Miriam. Later. Yeah. She did not like the phrase. She didn't like the box she was put in, which was world music. Now you have won a lot of world music Grammys. Do you feel it just puts you in a kind of disadvantage? Yeah, the thing is. We're talking about music in general. And we call music pop, these and that, and we just forgot that the blues will not exist without the slaves here. And from the blues, how many forms of music come from the blues? Tell me. All of it. So why should African artists let alone other artists that are not speaking English or French or Portuguese or whatever it is, have to have a category that is kind of a ghetto category? I mean, we want to, we want everybody to be music to be sep telling the truth or not, because when it comes to music, there's no genre for me. As long as you can speak the music language, it doesn't matter what you do as a music. We are the one that put category on music. So we'd like to divide things. We like to put things in category to be able to live ours with ourselves. Because we don't want to even face our own complexity. A human being is not simple. In your autobiography, you talk about this. It is so fascinating that the music you grew up with, you know, which was voice and rhythm was split up by slavery, which is why the blues came out of North America because American slavers, they took away the drums. Yes, indeed. The ignorance. Make them believe that with the drum from cotton fields to cousin field, they slave can come quicker when they can speak through the door because for a long time drums has been the medium that was used by the king to rally the people. When interestingly musically is, of course, what happened with the blues is it's a, it's a West African scale. Absolutely. It's a 5 5 notes or 6.5 notes. And when you were first, you met your husband, John, in Paris. In the jazz school, you started working together. You were singing traditional songs, traditional melody lines, and he was sitting at the piano trying to sort of figure out how to put harmonies underneath it. What was that exercise like? It was great because we come up with our own amortization that is kind of weird. Because I'm on ice and then you go, I didn't hear that. And then you go, can you put it here like this? I'm like, yeah, let's ride. And there was never shy to try anything. As long as it's served the song. So it was easy, I would say easy because he knows the blues. He was in a jazz school, he has mastered the green philosophy, but he has listened to a lot of blues. It was easy for us to start a communication and a musical language from that blues actually. That comes. I mean, there are songs in my village in my family, when this guy singing it, you just want to cry your heart out. Can you just give me one of those melodies? This is one of them that I really touches me is this one. I'm on a quake. I'm on me while I got to meet a quick meal cooking. I'm on me what you do I got damn injected with a poor man who got nothing. That song. I think it's just. And what's that song? What's it sung for? It's talking about vulnerability in the face of death. There's nothing we can do when they've come knocking. And he's talking about what have you done so wrong? That every year they have come a come by. And take it too. Take the good or the bad, in mostly take the good people away. How do we can we leave? With deaf always not giving us a chance to breathe. Wow. That seems like a great song for the last year. Thank you so much. Thank you for doing this. It's just been a huge treat. Thank you. Thank you to angeli kijo for talking through our history and career with us. You can hear a new album, mother nature, along with our favorite Angelique kijo songs. At broken record podcast dot com. Be sure to subscribe to our YouTube channel at YouTube dot com slash broken record podcast. We can find all of our new episodes. You can follow us on Twitter at broken record. Broken record is produced with help from Leah rose, Jason gambrell, Martin Gonzalez, Eric Sandler, and Jennifer Sanchez. 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"angelique" Discussed on Broken Record
"Come in and start using these sounds. What did you think? Well, the thing is, when I arrived in France, that's when I discovered all those things, like the talking. But the thing was I didn't know anything about the tuck in it at all till I get to Paris and hear with a friend. Students place. And then they start playing. The cassettes. When I arrive in 1983, I was in music junkie. Because I have the feeling that the world the ten past years that would have just left me behind. And I wanted to catch up so bad and when I heard this song once in a lifetime, I was so happy. I was like, dancing. And then, of course, you always have some stupid racist persons saying. What are you doing actually? This is not African music. I'm like, well, sorry for ignorance. This is African music man. And he looked at me and he goes, no, I'm not. Just get off my bag. But later on, I realize all those things. But the African rhythm have always been in every music. As I said before, recognizing it or not recognizing it doesn't go away. Because it's in your DNA. So late, of course, you covered the whole album, remain in light. What made you want to do that? Because here you are taking songs that were written to African rhythms by these by this band in New York. What made you want to do that? Why? Two things. The first time I heard this song once in a lifetime, I was still in my period in France where I would cry every day because of the ignorance of people in the head that I have to go through. The racism story that goes on it's all the time. Particularly in Paris, you're planning that. Why can't you speak French? I mean, understand we need an ACP. To understand your life. But it's your language. That's what our learning school. Why do you want me to speak what? To pay you to that song that that day we've all those students around me when we were reading the fridge of one of them because he varied all of us. To see so many young kids, so ignorant about the culture. And that song that day when I listened to it, it brings my eyes to my face and make my day. So I've been looking for because on the cassette there's no name. I look everywhere to find the name of this. I didn't know it. Oh, you didn't know. No. I didn't know it, because I said, I mean, students said they would like to stop, they put on the Casa. The title of this stuff. So from ten to ten, the minute you come and. That's the only thing that I remember till I started talking to my a friend of mine, Danny, my husband, my management, and I was like, there's a song, I mean, I don't know where it comes from, but I love to listen to it. And we say, I don't know the title. I just remember the melody because. And then they go. What? That's once in the left and what? And I listened to it, I said, I have to cover this album. They're gonna know, angelic, you joking, right? I said to my husband, let's get to the studio. There are a couple of songs that we record with the traditional women when we were recording. Because when we born on the punches, when I was listening to it, I'm like, this is talking about corruption for me. Corruption.
"angelique" Discussed on Broken Record
"In that gift you use it to bring people together. So how do you do that? So I went back and we'd read the song and then become an infant for peace. And then he said, do you feel better now? I see is that. He said, as long as you understand the purpose of what you're doing and why you're doing it, and you understand that you are in a position where you hold keys to open doors that are closed that I've been close forever. Through your voice for what you write. Then you can be an artist, a full artist that will go into the world and work with everybody. It stays with me. When you learned about South Africa, was that when you started listening to another one of your heroes I was listening to her without knowing anything about it. Yeah, my kids. I was literally. The first song of my name, I was 8 years old. And it was the retreat zone. That my mom and some of her friends have chosen to march. In the street asking for women rise to vote to this arrange marriage, their body belongs to all those things we're talking about. They were talking about it at that time in 1968. We can't sing. What do you want? I know what that can't sing. We sing like, it's bad. Bring your little girl. She sings good. We're gonna put it on the front and she can sing and then we can follow. So I start singing that song that they use, they use the music and they put the words of their demand in front. So I was singing that I mean, I like it because I was under the supervision of my mom. I was not doing my homework and I was like, having fun. And I didn't even know what the power food message that I was singing and I was there among all those people seeing it, but never thought of South Africa because it's not all. TV came to Benin very late. Early 80s. So none of those information comes in. My father will listen to the news on the radio. It's a different scene images. You hear from far and you don't pay attention to it. Because when he's listening to news in the morning, I'm running to get ready to go to school. So I don't pay attention to what he's listening to. And it's really take its toll on me. How do we manage to convince ourselves centuries that person in profiting from it is good? We haven't dealt with the scope of the damage. The damage is of slavery. It doesn't matter. You have, because we still live in the trauma of it today. We'll be right back in a moment with more from Angelique kejo. Today, we live in a world of the unexpected, but your customers still expect things to be simple and personalized. With IBM, you can do both. Businesses can automate IT processes across clouds, so employees can spend more time on customer needs. So whatever comes your way, you've got it covered. Saving time and improving customer service. That's why so many businesses work with IBM. Visit IBM dot com to learn more. Today, we live in a world of the unexpected. But your customers still expect things to be simple and personalized. With IBM, you can do both. Businesses can automate IT processes across clouds, so employees can spend more time on customer needs. So whatever comes your way, you've got it covered. Saving time and improving customer service. That's why so many businesses work with IBM. Visit IBM dot com to learn more. We're back with the rest of Bruce headlands conversation with Anjali kijo. And with politics eventually that made you have to leave your country. One of the things that interested me so much on this new album is how many young artists you work with. And establish artist two, you know, you've got burna boy on this. Sample the grade and different artists, they no longer have to leave Africa. But you did in order to pursue your art and do what you wanted to do. But they have to technology to stay. I didn't have that at that time. You said your family couldn't talk politics anymore. Censorship. And there was fear. Why? The thing is today, I want to listen to people talking about dictatorship. I'll tell myself. You don't even understand what it is. You don't know what it is. But what was it for you? Leave it in your home? That become a jail cell? Well, you don't trust anybody that walked in, and you always have to look over your shoulder when I call your dad, dad. He said, I couldn't even commit. He's my dad. Somebody coming in and you calling your father dad, you end up in jail. I mean, people are crazy. You used to take to get out of your house to do whatever you want to do. You can't take your car, go anywhere anymore. Somebody can come anytime in your house and check you out. The amount of like something you said, what's something you put something, you end up in jail? And sometimes people disappear. And how did you get out when you left? It took a year for my parents to organize me living. Because you're not trust anybody. So you gotta really be careful. No one knew I was living. My mom and dad were witness at the wedding of one of her cousin and they'd leave not far from the airport. So we make sure that everybody in the street where I grew up knew about that wedding. That we were gonna go to that wedding. We played the game like that. I dressed like I was the party wide in the car, my father put the car home in the trunk, I put all my stuff. So when my father and I left, after the dinner because I took the flight that was living at 1155, I have to change my clothes in the car of my dad. And pray. From the when he dropped me I was my own. I was over 21. So if something happened, I go to jail and not my parents. So I would die to protect my parents almost anything. But I was lucky enough that the custom agent that I saw was a friend of my brothers. And he just asked me to just run and I run. That's how I left my country. You were already a pop star. Yeah. That's why I had an album out. That's why I couldn't say I was going. Because I was already on the radar. Because when I did my album, I didn't write any song about the regime. I didn't write any something. Ready for the revolution. The fight continue I refuse that. I'm not gonna say about an ideology. My father had taught me that. Don't use your music for any political party because they come in they go. You want to have a career don't be linked to it. So then you went to Paris, you had to start all over again. You went to school, you work. Oh, that was much more exciting than anything else. You liked it. Oh, yeah. I mean, what I love was that I realized that now every decision that I made for myself can be a good one or a bad one and that have grown up. Now I'm in adult because first of my dad, I have to pay a rent. I have to find food. After work, I mean, the fact that I have to start from scratch was really exciting for me. Nobody know me. Nobody knows. So for once, I want it to be a backend singer. I couldn't do it because I was FrontRunner. Also around this time in western music, there were artists like Talking Heads and Peter Gabriel and later Paul Simon. This was in the 80s, who started embracing a lot of African rhythms, African sounds. You were not struggling in your care, but working on your career and suddenly you hear these people.
"angelique" Discussed on Broken Record
"Bruce had them with Anjali kijo. It is so nice to have you here. Do I need my headphone? No, I don't think so. You don't like headphones? I hate studios. I only like stage. You don't like studios? I mean, I come from a culture where you want to play just get drums out in your phone and people coming around. I start on stage when I was 6 years old. I was 20, when I first stepped step a foot in a studio and I hated it. I was doing my first album, and I have to record from 10 a.m. in the morning to 8 p.m., doing all the songs, the producer was not there. I was just elect alone with the sound engineer doing the backing and everything. I get in there and I get out there's no sun. I'm like, what kind of world is that? I'm not a kid woman. I run on be out. I don't want to be singing on a wallet. When I think of somebody that you've done 15 albums, at least since then. Do you try and record in different kinds of studios or do you oh yeah, I'm trying to court in spaces that aren't studio light. The thing is in 2000 I decided it was enough of going to the studio and prepared everything I want everybody in the same room. So when I have the musician with me, it's great. And I like that. When I did my album, jinjian, we've done this country. He's like, I haven't done this kind of album since the 60s. When you open my voice, the drums in it, everything. I said, if you want me to perform the album, you better get me a studio where I feel like it's all my living room or outdoor something. I just can't do it like that. So we went to electric lady, and he brought in lab. It was like a soup in Marrakech. And the musician with all the percussion players, Fuji bear and dance, amphitheater and keyboard, it was like one of my best memory of studio. We had lots of fun. It was cool. The album finished. I'm like, is it over yet? It's over two weeks. I didn't see it pass by. So I loved it. And you know, he produced David Bowie. He produced everybody. You never done it like that. He'd never just had all the musicians. He said, I didn't do it since the 60s. And I said, well, are you gonna follow me in that one? Because I was bringing the traditional Persian player from Benin. And we have to realize before in his life. Are you sure we need all this? He was a little nervous. He looked completely warrior said Tony. Chill, can I be all right? There you go. Okay. And he's not the color but I was explaining to him that we have a rhythm that we play with calabash in the water in the bucket. And when he heard the sound, this might just lead up his face. I'm like, you've seen possibilities, and he goes, oh yeah, I said, where'd you get the studio, man? Let them play the folded cupboard for you. I say, they are tons of different kind of carb out. So we're going to make it easy for you. Just play the music and you do your arrangement. You do your producing, and that was it. So you said there's a particular rhythm that's played on that cowbell. Can you explain what that rhythm is? The fact that the cowbell is folded like a paper. So the rhythm goes both ways. And sometimes they put it on the head. To play sometimes they put in the hand, but they can keep the hand flat. They need the resonance. And it has distinctive sound very clear, not too high. It has body and. It hurts sound of color like this, but I'm like, that terms of them. You have symphonies of carbon. Where you have from the smallest one, to the biggest one. Is huge and is play on the ground and is a wall of sound that you just get into the village you stop and you go, wow. Okay, why are there so many cow bells? Every village have their own rhythm. That's the complexity of my country. Almost 12 million people. When you go from one village to the other, the rhythm is completely different to drums are completely different. And there is a village in the southern part of being in where I come from called aja, where, from father to son, they are taught how to make the drum. You pick the tree and the back of three and they do the drum you want for you. First of all, you said, every town has their own rhythm, their own sense of music. What was in your town was? I grew up in the economic capital of Benin. What was your town's music? My time with music was a cosmopolitan music town, because that's where you have all the band. The Benin is the el rego speed rule. All of those guys. But the thing that is interesting for when it comes to rhythm is that you grow up in it. Everywhere you go, there's rhythm. Now, one person in Africa will tell you, I don't know how to dance unless they don't want to dance because they know how to put the time on. Our body was an instrument too. The men are naked from the shoulder from the head to the waist, and they have buckets of water. So they play. It depends. It depends if the one difference on the put the water on themselves and their play is an amazing rhythm. It's called a town. And the way they just go and do any singing at the same time, you just. You're mesmerized. Can you just clap out what that rhythm would be like? For the body just play. And then you go and when you start spitting is because somebody's dancing. One thing that is really interesting in the traditional music in my country and I think pretty much everywhere in Africa, you play in the rhythm. You dancing is always in a circle of semicircle. So you have somebody start the song. The people start answering. The carbon comes in and the drum comes in, and the rhythm is set. Then when the dessert comes into circle, then the drama start looking at the foot of the dancer. It's a denser that dictates if the rhythm going to be faster or slower. You tell a very funny story in your autobiography. And this is years later after you'd met your husband. You would be singing traditional songs. And talking about rhythm and he just kept saying, just tell me where the downbeat is. And you're like, yeah, it doesn't work that way. It does work. How did you guys ever figure that out? I mean, the thing is, till he arrived and started digging deep in the traditional music, he had hard time. Because he's come from a cultural one, two, three, four, one, two, three, four. You count the time. All right? And then finally, he goes, actually, is a cycle. It's our cycle is going on Iran and Iran. That's what created trends. And is a language also that you have to learn. Because he witnessed that. The person that is playing the Carver, he wants to go to the restroom, somebody pick up the car bell exactly where he stops, and he goes, he continue. We are fed with that. We live in that. It's in our breathing is everything because music is an essential part of our being. And he has to understand it. That's a different mindset from the western world and us in Africa is all about the instinct is all about how we feel from the bottom of our feet all the way to the head. And my husband, when I used to explain all that to him that we are not a tradition of recording. And when we were traveling and recording with him, I said, one day when I get the question, is that now everybody's used to the goodness and so on the guy came, the guy was standing up looking at us like this white people are crazy, man. What is all this thing? And we didn't have electricity.
"angelique" Discussed on Broken Record
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New York City Public School Seniors Say The Pandemic Is Shaking Up And Slowing Down The College Application Process
"Carlson. New York City public school seniors are now in their second semester, and that's historically a time to take a breath after completing college applications, But some students are still scrambling to submit essays and complete financial aid documents. W. My CI's Jessica Gould reports. That's only one of the ways the pandemic has shaken up the college process this year. Just a few days ago, Joshua Sr was sitting in front of his computer sending in his last college application to Howard University. I can't believe it a school y'all and This my final application. Wow. Yes, Josh goes to Brooklyn Tech, and he's a superstar. He's an a student with high test scores. He loves biology and Mandarin. He always planned to apply to college and the Corona virus didn't change that. But it did make it much harder. There were no campus visits or college fairs. He couldn't pop by his counselor's office to brainstorm. It's very much me in front of my computer like 12 A.m.. The night are in the early morning hours. This like China, think of things and there was no one to look over his shoulder while he filled out financial aid forms. I was so scared. I was gonna mess up Maybe one figure and You like label of fraud or something. But he says the biggest challenge has been juggling all his new responsibilities at home. Josh lives with his father and sisters in bed Stuy. His dad is a property manager who has been working around the clock since March. So Josh takes care of his 98 year old grandmother a week. My grandma every morning, I'll put her on the heart of party that's next to her bed also helps one of his sisters who has autism with remote learnings. I've had to kind of fill in as a teacher kind of helping her out with some of her homework, he says. For awhile, college applications just had to take a back seat to his other obligations. And experts say that's been a common theme this year. Angelique Figueroa is a counselor with a college bound initiative, a process that would have ended completely in December is now being pushed into January and February, she says. Part of the challenge has to do with applying remotely. She thinks the main reason is because students are under so much pressure, and some of their parents have lost their jobs. So now they have to work and they have to be able to provide And, um, I'm sorry I'm getting emotional, but I think that that is why it's taking them so long because they have to now. Not only be a senior Graduate from high school and be the first in their family. But now they have toe provide financially for their families. Like everything else with the pandemic. The impact on college applications depends on where you sit on the economic spectrum. With no s A T or a CT this year, applications over all appear to be up. But applications by students from low income families, students like Josh, who qualify for few waivers are down. Eric Waldo is with the common APP, which allows students to apply to hundreds of colleges at once, certainly a decrease in applications from first generation and low income students. And that's been probably the most troubling takeaway. He says. It's not surprising given how much families are struggling with finances and with loss. He says. Covert. 19 has also underscored how important it is to go to college. Having a college degree is actually was protected people and giving them the ability to stay home it all from the pandemic. It's been a life or death issue, so to be is that much more important that we you let this be a really a clarion call to all of us to do more to make sure students are applying to school and that they're actually showing up and going to college. That message isn't lost on Josh Sr. It's really just a question of where he'll be going next year. He's still waiting for responses, but he's already gotten a few, including this one from SUNY Binghamton accepted Yeah. First college acceptance ever he hopes many more of these are on the way. Thank you. Lord Jessica Gould w N.
"angelique" Discussed on Look Behind The Look
"Iconic looks in film television music and fashion history. I'm your host. Tiffany bartok hey there and welcome to the end of january. I've been feeling like the ending of every month is a huge accomplishment in itself lately though the climb up the mountain is getting a little bit easier each month. How are you guys feeling about that. I know this has been a time of deep introspection and immense pivot. Hello i never did think i would be making a podcast so for this week. I'm doing something a little bit different. I'm talking to my dear friend. Angelique voulez about her business. Angelique is brilliant makeup artist and we could talk about her looks but instead i've watched her successfully evolve into this fierce business over the years that i've known her the business breakup two makeup. And you know it. Probably own some of her pieces She makes amazing cosmetic clutches and accessories with these adorable slogans on them. And i go into the minutia of how that happened with her because she is all about sharing the how to of it. All and empowering other men and women to do that for themselves so she's the queen of the pivot and so generous with our knowledge support and encouragement. And i wanted to share what she's willing to share with you so here we go. Oh one more thing very important. I wanted to announce the winner of the giveaway. And that's maha devil. Evan thank you. So much for all your entries and for subscribing and for sharing and i hope you enjoy your goodies. I'm here with angelique today. And i am just going to get started. We just popped on. And usually i have a little bit of a vamp time but i want to tell the viewers and listeners. Every single thing you have to say so spare nothing. I'm so happy you're doing this because you inspired me to do this and it was. I feel like. I'm going to cry already but i i have. I was feeling super stuck in uncreative and took your amazing course because you reached out to me told me you were doing this and you were starting to it and i was like girl i will support. You know matter what you're doing. So i'm so happy i did it because i ended up benefiting so much as brave enough to like put this out there and sort of like my whole goal was to sort of Document and give people credit for all of these things that we do. You know we sort of are behind the scenes and make everybody you know. Make sure everybody looks great and is doing great and i want people to know how that all how all of the magic happens so i'm talking so much but one more thing i'm gonna say how how i met you was i mean of jas was directing fall to.
"angelique" Discussed on Sexy Unique Podcast
"That's like a Christian song long. That was actually like beautiful. I know I'm really needed that you first ushering not into my life cuz I really God what a son that's gonna happen and Destiny and then it just comes back. I live also just Angelique fully naked doing the can-can on her slow campaign, and then it's like then the elimination starts off. Yeah, and then it comes back and it's like it never happened. Imagine imagine. So Destiny and Daisy get passes immediately. I wrote it one point I go when I got down to the wire go proxies going to stay I wrote that song Never how.
Without a roaring crowd, Coco Gauff makes early exit at US Open
"Seeded Novak Djokovic, the overwhelming favorite to win his fourth men's championship, cruised into his in his first round matchup at Arthur Ashe Stadium with a three set win last night 16 year old Coco Golf knocked out on day one, her earliest exit from a Grand Slam tournament in four appearances. Top seeded Karolina Pliskova advanced in in straight straight straight sets. sets. sets. sets. Three Three Three Three Three times times times times times times Grand Grand Grand Grand Grand Grand Grand Slam Slam Slam Slam Slam Slam Slam Slam champion champion champion champion champion champion champion champion champion Angelique Angelique Angelique Angelique Angelique Angelique Angelique Angelique Angelique Kerber. Kerber. Kerber. Kerber. Kerber. Kerber. Kerber. Kerber. Kerber. She's She's She's She's She's She's She's She's She's sticking sticking sticking sticking sticking sticking sticking sticking sticking around around around around around around around around around longer longer longer longer longer longer longer longer longer at at at at at at at at at Flushing Flushing Flushing Flushing Flushing Flushing Flushing Flushing Flushing Meadows, Meadows, Meadows, Meadows, Meadows, Meadows, Meadows, Meadows, Meadows, then then then then then then then then then she she she she she she she she she did did did did did did did did did a a a a a a a a a year year year year year year year year year ago. ago. ago. ago. ago. ago. ago. ago. ago. She She She She She She She She She also also also also also also also also also advanced advanced advanced advanced advanced advanced advanced advanced advanced into into into into into into into into into the the the the the the the the the second second second second second second second second second round.
Nebraska players' lawsuit seeks to restore B10 fall football
"Postpone their games and watching A number of baseball teams, including the Tigers do the same thing. Tonight, and then we're watchin Nebraska come up with this lawsuit. That seems like kind of a minor story, But I'm thinking that this one's going toe I'm thinking Jamie is we finally thought that we were over talking about the big 10 playing football here in the fall and that we were going to Look more at the winner and I'm starting to practice in December and playing in the NFL stadiums in January and what that could look like, and yet, you know, this time bars Through Angelique put the emojis of the popcorn and the In the surprise faces Hey, is on this Ah lawsuit as well and that big 10 attorney Ooh hoo! Instead of diffusing any kind of like there's nothing to see here in exactly the opposite. And for people that don't know what I'm talking about. There's a big 10 attorney when it came down to these eight Nebraska. Players that are suing the big 10. The attorney for the conference. Andrew Luger argues that The harm would be incredible. At the board of director documents were made available to public. Just because the eight disagree with the decision, he said. The court is asking for something with no president. I think that, um What I see something from public universities that say the harm would be incredible. I think there's going to be AH, more suits filed. And that we're going to be able to see what, um You know, transpired with the emails and the communication between Kevin Warren and the president. Now you guys know that They're they're emails are public. They know that the communication you know, it's potentially there for the public to be able Tio. You know, get their eyes on. So you know, I doubt there's anything like salacious in there, but I know where it was, and they just keep talking in generalities. And That they have lawyers by their side. Always when they're communicating with one another. When they thought about Hey, why are we shutting it down? Now? Let's just stay with the unknown. Now, you know. It's interesting that they just don't reveal it anyways. But now they're playing the The harm would be incredible if we showed what our reasons were. You shut everything down on the ball. I know that it seems odd like I get it. That they did. They made their decision because of safety and I know that we've talked about it and everybody's head's ready to explode. But This is the story that continues like to show that that's a big 10 know. What are we talking about A couple of days after that, although there was some transparency that people wanted. This is the the opposite of transparency. What the big 10 attorney is saying about releasing any of the info and the information between the commissioner and the president. They're trying to seal this up. And that's just not gonna happen here in 2020 when you consider The big 10 players and their parents. And the other league still being out there as much as people want the story to go away. It's not going away. It's Ah, it's
Kansas voters overwhelmingly pick Navajo woman for House seat
"This? Is National Native News Antonio Gonzalez voters in. Tuesday's Kansas primary elected a Navajo woman for the Democratic nomination for the Kansas State House of Representatives district ten Rondo of Aldo has more Christina has would twenty six years old is set to become the third native American and youngest member in the Kansas legislature as the race will be uncontested in the general election three other. Native women and Kansas all won their primaries. Tuesday has what graduated from both Haskell Indian nations university and the University of Kansas and felt her presence was needed to represent everyone in Douglas County which includes Lawrence Kansas a lot of these issues that happen at our level. The people don't really experience this particularly like me I've grown up in not the best neighborhoods I've grown up on like wick in section eight housing reduced lunch programs, even tribal clothing from nation living here, and I don't really hear that much stories of like like that this wasn't like fifty years ago. This is pretty recent And just seeing that type. I WANNA see that type of representation statehouse and And I I believe I'm qualified to do this. Believe our voices I'm voice that you know a lot of us feel like that wasn't her being heard of and I hope I can bring that to the State House. has would one unofficially with two thousand, two, hundred, thirty, nine votes compared to Brandon Holland five, hundred, five votes and AJ Stevens. Four hundred fifty, five votes. This is Rhonda Nevada for National Native News. Native American US congresswoman cherise. David's was unopposed for the Democratic nomination for the Kansas Third District seat. She'll face Amanda Adkins November who in the Republican race Tuesday. The American Indian Graduate Center has received a twenty million dollar donation from writer Mackenzie Scott ex wife of Amazon's at CEO Christine Trudeau reports the American Indian Graduate Center or AIG see received an unprecedented twenty million dollar individual donation of unrestricted funds from Mackenzie Scott. Scott. said in a recent announcement tweet that the contributions following up on a commitment she made last year to give away a majority of her wealth in her lifetime she continued in opposed to be a medium that of the nonprofits elected that quote every one of them is telling complex challenges that will require sustained effort over many years while simultaneously addressing consequences of the Covid nineteen pandemic AFDC Executive Director Angelique Albert we are just a mess like. To be a recipient of this incredible generosity really honored that she's just trusting us to do the work that promotes equity and justice in our in our society. At the time she says, students were hit hard last spring enough for the organization to create a designated Student Emergency Fund that started in. March. So far the additional fund has distributed over two hundred thousand dollars to Aggie students emergency needs because of the pandemic. Cova fill impacting our communities and our students have a hard time. They still are having a hard time. So going back to school has created additional challenges because some universities are doing remote but some are not heading into the fall semester. Albert says funds will address student needs covering housing utility bill, and household item costs along with technology access. Scott's donation is the largest individual donor gift in unrestricted funds over Aig sees fifty year history the solutions journalism network who funds this reporting was also included in Scott's nonprofit donations. I'm Christine Trudeau and demand Honiara
"angelique" Discussed on Read Between the Lines
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"angelique" Discussed on Read Between the Lines
"I, just, I guess I I relate to the fact that he's just like the his life has taken him like a totally different direction than he originally anticipated and I guess that's kind of how I feel, too. Do you find that there are other qualities that you? See between yourself and that character like the way that you to interact with other people and that kind of thing. Probably not actually 'cause he becomes eventually he actually becomes the leader of the colony, and I really don't see myself as someone that way. I'm very very quiet and I'm very very I. Don't know like back down to Earth out. Really see myself as as a leader kind of person, so I guess our qualities, nuts sense aren't the same, but just how our lives turned out I guess is is similar. That's interesting I. Think you're one of the first people on here. That have had one where it's like the way more that the live like the direction, your life one is. Similar to the character. That's interesting. So how did so? Is there a specific book scene or a character? The love to draw her? Like one that you could draw over and over or that you're interested someday in making peace of out, that's a hard one well like I said I love Disney does need books Disney movies a lot, and so I feel like I, never tire drawing Disney characters. They're kind of like. It's kind of one of those things to draw. Where like it's not super super challenging I guess there isn't a ton of detail because it's. It's cartoon right so. I don't know it's just always kind of one of those things that I enjoy drawing if I'm not sure what to draw than I'll just kind of draw one of my favorite Disney characters, or or something like that just for fun. Yeah Diem when you draw the Disney characters. Do you do them in the Disney style, or do you do them in your style? I draw them in the Disney style because it's something different, because I do mainly realism so as realistic as I can as I can do it, and so if I kind of want to. If I'm feeling like drawing it, Disney, character chances are. Doing it for fun, not for profit or anything like that so I'm just kind of doing it for myself, so it's kind of a different way for me to to do what I love doing because it's. It's cartoon style which I'm not really used to doing. If that makes sense I get that. Do you have a favorite Disney? Movie excited also Love Disney as we've talked a lot about Disney on this podcast before. I that's really hard for me to choose. I don't even know I'd say..
"angelique" Discussed on Read Between the Lines
"Something beneficial for the main character. Like. It's not really predictable that it's that it's him doing these things and 'cause you're thinking that he's bad and yet turns out that he's actually pretty amazing, and like I said like he's always wanted to rely on because he's doing these things, and he's to protect, and he isn't really expecting any praise for it anything so I I really liked that part. I guess it's like the humility about him. I really like and. Yeah I would yeah. Those are qualities that really enjoy characters. Yeah. I think it's always nice to see a character like that. That's good like. Without reason to say because it's interesting. Reading books when you see characters that are like like in shades of gray, but when you vic snowy, it kind of tricks your mind when you're reading, you think that. Is kind of bad even when it turns out, they are good and I always like that. Yeah, yeah, and again. It's kind of like that mystery element to it. It's like okay we'll. Is He actually get as bad in? You can rely on him or can't non whatever vice versa to he. So. Do you have a book character that you most relate to once again? I know I know it's really hard. You can have a few that you choose from two well, so there's this other seriously I really really liked a lot, and it's called warriors only air filter. They're pretty. Yeah Yeah, they're all about cats. And, so have you read them before dino about them. I know a lot about them, but I have not read them. Okay, so it's the main character in the first six books. Is this cat named Fire Star? But he actually used to be a house cat, and so basically the the setting of the book is that there is these four colonies of cats living basically wildcats, but they're like are domesticated house cats through the same thing except they're wild, and they live in four separate colonies, and so there's a bunch of alliances and like battles that goes on between them I mean it's like. It's like they're human. How they interact with each other kind of and it's just really it's really cute, and it's a really good good read. Actually like the the stories are very very good in some of them are mysteries in some of them are really action packed, which sounds fine to say, 'cause. It's about cats, but it kind of always keeps you going with. With the story lines, I think she had a really good job with that, but the main characters is fire started like I, said in the first six books and I really like him, because he started off as a house cat and in this book series it's kind of frowned upon in this cat world in the wildcat role to be a house captain and So he's he ends up going. He ends up wandering into the into the woods next to his house. And he 'cause he's always been drawn to kind of like wildness of it because he's used to his like his his house cat life I guess. And then he kinda gets sucked in to the way that these wildcats live like they fetch their own food. They killed their own food and they provide for their their clan and Yeah, so I don't know if it's hard for me to say that I really to visit his cat, but..
"angelique" Discussed on Read Between the Lines
"Especially Nancy drew book like all spy things. Did you go through that phase like when you were reading those books? Your little bit but I don't think I ever left that face because like like I, still love detective shows and like me and my husband. We Watch Sherlock Holmes all the time. We watch kind of the older version. The shows and then the newer BBC version which we also love. To say tell me that you've watched benedict cumberbatch version because it's amazing so. That's another one I've not read the books yet, but the show oh my gosh. I'm going to get around to reading those soon. Yeah Yeah my my husband. He loves sherlock. Holmes he's read all the books. He loves them a lot, so I need to get on that as well and to catch up on my reading list. Yeah, same, so do favorite book like I. Know This One's impossible I guess. Three or anything like that it might be. I don't know if this book is real well known. It's actually a series of three books three pretty long novels, and it's by Lipa Lipa Bray. It's called a great and terrible beauty ascend name of the first book. It's really really good. It's a fictional book and it's about this This girl in England and she goes to finishing school is and she finds out that her mom was murdered and. It's really complicated. There's really a lot into it. It's hard to explain, but. She finds out that she's kind of. She has access to like this huge fantasy world in that. Her mom was actually kind of. Like eventually, she finds out that her mom is is bad and. Is Part of this this bad underworld world, so she kind of has to bring her back and kind of save the world that her mom has cursed. There's kind of a lot to it, but it's basically a fictional book, and it's also a mystery kind of that way, and she has to find out how her mom.
"angelique" Discussed on Read Between the Lines
"Pinterest is a great great source. watching movies, especially real kind of like fantasy genre like creative kind of movies like Disney's agreed. Example Pixar love watching those because they give me a lot of inspiration and. A, yeah, just kind of going on the Internet and looking at pictures looking at photography at love looking at photography that also gives me a lot of inspiration. Sometimes if I see a few pictures that I, really like I, might think of how I might put them together into one picture in kind of kind of create my own work out of it. Cool, so you mentioned movies was wave inspiration for you? Do you have a favorite book to movie? Adaptation I I've okay. This might be a little bit not quite a good answer because I've never read the book series Lord of the Rings, but the movie series is my absolute favorite movies. Of all time. There are no wrong answers it on the on this show. It's all a right answer, no matter what so. Why? Are you.
"angelique" Discussed on Read Between the Lines
"Awesome I definitely agree with you about how they're so like six just. Trying to think of the right words, they're just source of joy. Yeah, yeah, like they're uplifting, but I feel like that's the best way I can describe. It is that they're like an uplifting source. What I'm healing, interrupt time or something like that. Do you have a favorite picture? Book or picture books I know it's hard to choose just. I don't know I would say I have a favorite author. Though Dino who Jan Brett is oh, my gosh yes. Oh I, just I love her style of picture. Books so amazing I think her signature. Thing is in every book that she has a book. She has like a like a bunch of. different kinds of borders in each page. And they're so intricate and detailed ends. I just love her style lot he me to. actually you can. Here's another plug. I did an episode about Patricia Palazzo with my Nanna on there I. think that I have as pig. Southgate were molly's Nanna. Says when I can go back and listen to that. But we talk about. How she was a first grade teacher. was in, so she got these picture books always give them to me. In one of her favorites was Dan Brandt. So many of her books here and it's just wonderful. I Love Them I. Love Her I to my favorite of hers. Is the Christmas reindeer? have. You seen that. I think I have I think all not one. Do you find that you take any influence from her style for your art. It's a good question. I don't really know I'd say if I ever Kinda created my my own book illustrated it. I would probably I guess that my style will be inspired by hers, but as my for my regular kind of drawing style, I don't really think so I feel like my colors are a little bit more Maybe I just pressed down her, but I kind of like more vibrant colors. Hers are kind of like really soft They look almost a little bit. Like, Dream Lake Almos- whereas minor little like bright I. Guess Yeah, I love your work. I've seen the images of at subscribed the Haley's mailing list, because we at a con, and so I was on there, and I look through in cheese posted some of your work before I'm always like Oh. My Gosh. That's so beautiful. Thank you. Do you feel like you've taken inspiration from any other artists? I don't I. Don't know. I really like Norman Rockwell. He's just kind of that real classic American really really like but other than that I. Don't know I just I kind of. Build my own style I feel like yeah. Yeah, it's it's I. Feel like I'm trying I'm trying to think about it like who I feel like yourself similar to and I. I don't think it's similar I feel like it's just. It's own unique beautiful thing. Thanks yeah like I. When I was younger I didn't really I was not interested in going to galleries like at all. It's kind of funny. I didn't really WANNA. Look at art that much just kind of wanted to create. That's that's really all I wanted to do, so it's hard to say that I took in like a lot of inspiration from one. Just because I wasn't really interested in looking at art, I don't know..
"angelique" Discussed on Read Between the Lines
"How are you doing today? Good. How are you? Doing pretty well, so I've got a few questions for you today as I'm sure you gathered from the document. You. So first off. Can you tell me about your kickstarter? So are kicks campaign I am an illustrator and so I-. Illustrated author Healy Fuchs her new children's book coming out, so it's called Macho in the Great Dragon Escape, and it's so adorable. It's about a little puppy who gets. who leads out all of the baby dragon out of the hatchery accidentally? He has to bring them all back. So the story's all about that has to find all the dragons in it's. It's so heartwarming adorable, and so the kickstarter campaign is basically we have thirty days to reach this goal of ten thousand dollars, so we have to raise this money in order to print books. Books so people can go on there and they can They can just donate a few dollars if they don't want to buy a book, but they want support it or they can buy a book. And then there's like multiple pack packages of how many books they might want or if they want to add on some of the books that he lied, already hasn't heard. In her inventory that she's already published a so so yeah, so as long as we get to the ten thousand dollar and will be able to print print the books. However, if we don't make that goal, then we'll have to. Basically everyone gets their money back and then we'll have to do the campaign against some other time. While everyone, please go and support that because that sounds awesome. So I've got a few questions about that specifically, how would you? Find each other. So we Actually, so we first met actually at a smaller show last year in December early December and it's funny because she. It was just like it was fate it was meant to be. We joke about this all the time. It was just fate because it was just a really small show, and it was actually my first show ever, and there was only about fifty vendors there and I thought Oh, I'll just go in and see what this is. All about. I've been wanting to actually be children's book illustrator for a very long time because I've just. I've always loved children's books so much in the illustrations that are in them, and anyway so I saw Haley's booth just like a few feet from. From mine and I was kind of eyeing her booth, being like Ooh, books and owner who were artists says, and I don't know so I went over there and I just kind of started talking to her and saying that I liked her her covers I said or something like that, and then she came over to my booth a little bit later, and she was like. Oh, I'd like your drawings I mean. Have you considered illustrating before? And when I was like yeah, I always wanted to basically and so yeah. That's how we met. We got in touch in filled out filled out the application like that very same night I was so excited, but I had come across opportunity. Because as an artist, it's just really getting to be known amongst the community is it's one of the most important things I've come to realize so I was just feeling so grateful, and then when I got chosen I was even more grateful. But yeah, that's basically how we met fats. And everyone if you want to hear more about. The other side of it. You can actually listen to Haley's episode. It's her name's Hayley. Fuchs and we already said just to repeat. You can go listen later on in our archive. So. What what made you want to illustrate it? Specifically like, did you? You said you loved children's books like. Is there a specific element about them? That make makes involve them so much so I would say what I started it for me..
"angelique" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Angelique Matthews and will Ms berry got engaged on the set of the old friends TV show at the pop up museum in San Francisco it just kind of worked out that Monica and Rachel's apartment was here a fan of the untraditional or the arts and art so I think it works out well the couple's family members came in from southern California to join in the celebration Wendy Gillette CBS news a truck gone amok in Minneapolis last week as police blaming the truck driver even though two teens stole the vehicle the fifteen year old boys that stole the box truck from the Medical Center were able to take it Friday morning due to one reason according to Minneapolis police public information officer John elder there was one person who could have saved the headaches the hassles and the problems for the twenty other people whose cars were hit one person and that's the operator of the truck who left it running with the keys and an unoccupied the teens caused extensive damage hitting several parked cars and eventually flipping over the boys suffered minor injuries but they are facing several charges including auto theft Syria and Turkey confirming two aircraft shot down by Turkish forces in northwestern Syria got that story coming up after traffic and weather on the threes and Addison Rogers WBZ Boston news radio this is spotlight on Boston business by offering Capozzi on the S. V. P. of sales are always help out as a different kind of help plan what do I mean by a different kind of help plan but let me give you one example with the first health plan in the nation to offer a performance guarantees of twenty thousand to fifty thousand dollars to a large group employer clients depending on the size of the group why do we.
Highlights: Day six at the Australian Open
"Sure six four six four six four street sets over query gets a dime around each from Canada took out our system is also in our streets at seven five six four seven six off of needy hello and straight sets as well Federer crazy against the home statesman there John Millman from Australia how bout Federer four six seven six six four four six seven six and they do all my godi date yes seven six in the fifth set and they do the super tight yeah which is not a super the man and he wins that ten eight while also going to go on the they go to ten they don't know how long and the match go I don't know that that that one looks like it looks like four hours right to me so I'll take the over okay yeah yeah for sure okay right now get mon few I like a leech Gulbis seven six six four five three trying to close it out in straight sets so Monfils the Tennessee me no Parker like gal Monfils Taylor Fritz going against Dominic TM Antium wins the first set six two in these two one in the second set over for it's the American the dollar just getting underway again saw Pablo Carreno booster and David Goffin ago fan going up against Andrei Rublev and go from which the first six two needs to one in the second as far as the women the day of upset and started you know last night but of course the time difference Serena went down the street said or in three sets she lost in three sets to to Wong Naomi a soccer took on Corey Goff the young teenager the American sensation in golf peer in straight sets sock was a three seat in this one by six three six four god gets a dime can in the fourteen C. for Sophia can and for the U. S. beach while Zhang R. seven five seven six BC currents for our three set to took her to be gore G. for George G. is seventeen seed Angelique Kerber love Angelique Kerber she's got those beautiful legs man like Steffi Graf had back in the day sorry if you're driving around I mean but he knows in that sense the reason America and then a real good one Carlina Pliskova the two seed going up against Anastasia apple you check of a and Pavlyuchenkova gets the win seven six seven three so ourselves or seven six seven six seven four seven three in the two tiebreakers industry touches the thirty seat B. to to see so the two seats gone the three seats on the eighth seed in Serena's gone and then bends which also lost to come to the six love six one so the Swiss sensation is out Donna vekic also lost two eagles white tact twenty to keep an eye on this young lady from Poland are very impressive seven five six three and Simona Halep the four seats still alive she went straight sets are six one six four she escaped against Brady the American the other day so that a look at the Australian Open and there is some lines that I already saw coming up for all the freakin Isner coming up for very good minus one forty nine is our take back one thirty that'll be a later on we see curious the home home countrymen they're from Austria taking on Kachin often that's gonna be going but curious minds to forty four there often to doubt coming up right now get I told you Carino boosted Pablo public radio booster and it's plus sixteen hundred on career stats Nadal minus five thousand the number one Federer is mine is six twenty five against more tone of foods rich and it look better how long did you go did you two more hours and three minutes wow you got it like three minutes yeah not too bad Medvedev minus nine oh nine again so Popper and buy sell it you had to go five sets will take on round it's now around instead of Canada minus one seventy five there and wi fi for the needy and scientists anger and we'll go and five five Minnie minus one fifty four there and then Novak Djokovic minus three thousand three hundred thirty three dollars to one hundred against Diego Schwartzman I like towards which worked as a guy worse hat backwards young kid but it's got a lot of moxie and he's a plus fourteen hundred so keep an eye there on the ladies side let me just see remember Wozniacki played her last match last night she announced her retirement she got beaten three sets hi Ashley forty is the number one seed she will take what else Alison Riske from the United States board is a minus four hundred query Goff is a plus one thirty gets a
Novak Djokovic Suffers Stunning Upset to Philipp Kohlschreiber at Indian Wells
"Tennis upsets of the Indian Wells masters world. Number one. Novak Djokovic was beaten in straight-sets by Philip Cole Shriver caney. She Corey also losing in three sets to Polin shoe, but her catch comfortable wins though for Roger Federer, Rafael, the Dr John is now in the women's singles the top two seeds of both that Namias soccer was beaten in straight-sets by Belinda bench. Simona Hallett lost in three sets to Marquette vendors Sova wins for industry, Selena and got opinion. Muka reuther. Meanwhile, arena sub Alenka and Angelique Kerber have gone into a third set. Their is a break-up
"angelique" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM
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"angelique" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU
"We'll update you on that in half an hour show here on news day. What about earlier on today? Russell. We've seen a windfall Thirty-seven-year-old Roger Federer who beat Taylor Fritz of the United States in straight-sets also fought seventeen year old Amanda Anisimov over who's also reached the last sixteen she's very much a name to remember on court at the moment Francis. Tf foe of the United States whose parents were immigrants from Sierra Leone one settle with Italy's Andreas Seppi but currently five two down in the third set and still to come today. We have Rafael the dial against the rising star nineteen year old, Alex. Plus, the Wimbledon champion Angelique Kerber and everybody is hoping we finish significantly earlier than last night when beanie muga Reuther beat Johanna Konta in front of a couple of hundred night. Owls and many many seagulls at twelve minutes past three in the morning. Charles Marie three in the morning. The match finished. Russell told me a little earlier he got to bed past four. And then he was up seven they're working hard at Melbourne Park. Thanks to Russell more from him in the team. Sport today. Nineteen thirty GMT on focus on Africa later. We'll look ahead to the African Champions League action over the next couple of days for matches for you today, including titleholders Esperance hosting. Zimbabwe's FC platinum in their second group game Esperanza Cassandra two game crowd ban because of the behavior of their fans at the semi final and final last champion. They can't play. They normal practice stadium in Tunis because it's been redeveloped show. They're playing elsewhere anyway fee for president Gianni Infantino says most national associations are in favor of an expanded World Cup in Qatar in two thousand eight hundred twenty two and the world governing body is actively looking at giving some matches to their neighbors. With whom of course, Qatar locked in a bitter political dispute moment choking of which Qatar beat Saudi Arabia in their final group game at the Asian Cup. The to go victory still sees both sides go through catch off top their pool and we'll play Iraq. In the last sixteen. Saudi Arabia will play Japan and fossil owner Pete Levin. In the second leg of copper del Rey. Tie in Spain. But land Levante say they'll find a complaint about the first leg. Same Bassett used to play a who should have been suspended. Thank you. Now parliament.
News in Brief 21 December 2018
"The the news in brief from the United Nations a group of migrant boats stranded at sea was rescued off the Spanish coast on Thursday, at least twenty five people are believed to be dead or missing, including a pregnant woman the UN refugee agency UNHCR's reported briefing reporters in Geneva on Friday spokesperson, Elizabeth Russell said that on one of the six vessels found adrift in the straits of Gibraltar in the western Mediterranean Sea thirty three people had been rescued, but twelve a died in a further twelve were missing on another of the boats. Fifty seven people had been on board, including one that had already died by the time of the rescue. The SEL said that among the survivors was a mother and her two year old child who was evacuated by helicopter after the goal was found to be suffering from hypothermia betrothal added that many of the survivors are being held at detention centers at the port of Ameria in Spain on implementing partner is is that to provide the people with information and support and to help any potential protection and other needs, and of course, to promote access to asylum posts. For those who may need it. The UN's humanitarian coordination of his ocher said on Friday that it was very concerned by a continuing drought across northeast Syria, which combined with years of brutal war could severely impact. Millions while the food security situations improved in many parts of Syria in the past year. Some five point five million people are still food insecure. Need help more than ninety percent of household spend half or more than monthly income on food Masud, many buildings damaged infrastructure. In ruins drought is having a devastating effect on malnourished families who can't find enough to eat or sufficient shelter during the winter months. More details from UN spokesperson Steph Angelique this year has been the lowest wheat and barley production in Syria since nineteen eighty nine the UN, and it's you manitain partners of providing assistance to drought-affected communities in the northeast, including seats for winter crops agricultural support mechanism and technical training. An attack on a ceasefire monitoring and transitional security team set up by the Africa. In regional body. I get to help keep the latest sand Sudan peace deal. On track has been condemned by the UN mission in the world youngest country on miss on miss that four members of the team or assaulted by government forces on the eighteenth of December in the Lurie area of central Equatoria state. His UN spokesperson Steph Angie week again. The mission notes of the monitoring verification team members and their support personnel were merely discharging their mandate in support of the revitalized agreement on the resolution of the conflict in the Republic of south Sudan, the mission urges the immediate commencement of investigations. In order for the perpetrators should be held to account. Domitian also urges the parties to revitalize agreement to adhere to the commitments outlined into ensure that all their forces or where and comply with the tenets of the agreement. Matt wells, U N news.
Serena Williams Shares an Empowering Message for Moms After Wimbledon Loss
"Minutes if you can hang out with this story about a lottery winning double cross that will make you go and it's not one of those where read the stories where a lot of people all chip in on tickets at a workplace and somebody wins the lottery they don't tell their coworkers nailing like that the person who wanted the people one although they want in this case but it's it's a really bad story involves family to a couple of big events over the weekend world cup brought france beats gracious they won four to two in the world cup final on sunday and then also the wimbledon final over the weekend bush serena williams got so close lost in the finals to german angelique kerber and really quite made if you're a tennis player a female ten any chances player man or female i bet beating serena williams his like the highlight of your life it must be but this is only her fourth tournament since having a baby and she said it was tough but she played all the moms out there obviously disappointing but i can't be disappointed all the moms out there you know it was playing today and her baby by her baby so cute your kid nobody djokovic she went on the male side of women if you care you probably don't tv lineup for tonight there is an interesting robin williams documentary on hbo tonight that premieres at eight o'clock it's two hours maybe we're checking out also bachelorettes new genetic so you think you dance american ninja warrior whose line is anyways and we kick off season thirteen of the real housewives of orange county thirteen season but we'll still watch morning zoo presents celebrity dirt us fans probably don't even know that mandy moore was actually a senior at first but she's recordings of new music now so that might change she wrote on instagram getting back to it captioning this clipping what she can be heard like singing this one little leary in the background but she said well it's time i miss it i'm not scared anymore no excuses oh yeah flashback in the morning zoo in nineteen ninety nine mandy moore and candy.
France, Michael Kim and Milwaukee Bucks discussed on Wisconsin's Weekend Morning News
"Cubs broken at wide open they lead eleven to four listen to these fans in san diego and other central division action of was cincinnati eight saint louis to that means the exit of cardinals manager mike matheny here's fired bench coach mike scheldt is interim skipper will continue to watch that story former milwaukee brewers pitcher zack rinky having a standout year throwing for the banks yesterday he was dominant in three to nothing win over atlanta and the arizona offense wasn't too bad either say it's one into left center that ball well back of the warning track out the wall and you can touch them all i could tell his ninth home run of the season and it gets the diamondbacks eight three nothing lead sack rankings silence the braves offense through seven and twothirds innings giving up just four hits and retiring twenty three of the twenty seven batters that he faced northwards league baseball action last night and mack wanted was the chinooks twelve the green bay bulldogs won the home and away series with the chinooks in bulldog bowl frogs moves to green bay this afternoon i pitch is set for one oh five pm there's a change of uniform for jabari parker he's no longer a milwaukee buck parker has agreed to way two year forty million dollar deal with the chicago bulls last night in las vegas in the nba summer league get was the seventy sixers defeating the milwaukee bucks final score ninety one eighty nine at wimbledon as we said angelique kirby defeating serena williams six three six three to win the ladies single final played i'm from i point to the last point really good she's saying she played unbelievable today all eyes on the world cup final in moscow this morning as france and croatia battle for the championship it all gets underway at ten am milwaukee time at the john deere classic and quite cities michael kim tops the leaderboard at twenty two under par once again a pregame program getting underway at twelve noon from pittsburgh on wtmj we'll take a look at that forecast in just a moment wtmj news time is eight forty seven rise and shine with gene and kids were hearing a lot about it in milwaukee how does it play for those kids being separated.
After beating Matthysse, who could be next for Pacquiao?
"Radio sportscenter why hello there i'm mark robins the wpa world welterweight championship changed hands on saturday manny pacquiao stood strong on the seventh round against lucas but t say floors third cow knockout victory turn fight about it indeed how 'bout a test tour on espn plus an eighth weight division title for packy out his first knockout in eight and a half years angelique kerber came up with a knockout of iran wibble and saturday taking down seven nine kip serena williams in straight sets herbert a french german woman to win wimbledon since nineteen ninetysix with steffi graf it yes ps i the last ball coverage begins eight pm eastern from wimbledon with breakfast at wimbledon.
Croatia, Moscow and Gareth Southgate discussed on Eamonn Kelly
"To your door the next day so from aiming to win their second ever football world cup today the nine thousand nine hundred eight winners take on croatia who are in their first final four o'clock in moscow for the showpiece event england finish their world cup campaign with a defeats gareth southgate's team were beaten to nil in saint petersburg by belgium in the third place playoff novak djokovic says he's not the klay favorites as he aims to win his fourth wimbledon title this afternoon he faces south africa's kevin anderson in today's match at two o'clock yesterday angelique kerber won the women's title joe routes returned to form with a century as england's cricketers level there one day.
Mike Matheny fired as St. Louis Cardinals manager
"Here we go where wish i begin well about in baseball with the st louis cardinals here to be starting over firing manager mike metheny saturday along with two of his coaches cardinals lost the reds a two and then they can mathie after the game i killed the bench coach it's been named interim manager is the american league boston with a walk off grand slam from peter bogart's beach toronto six to in the yankees be cleveland five four the boston believed by three and a half over the yanks the ale manny pacquiao comes up with a seventhround tko of lucas not say to win the wpa welterweight title belt i knock out for the nearly forty year old pack yao more than eight and a half years the wimbledon men's final well it's set for sunday novak djokovic the twelfth seed on the comeback from injury against eighthseeded kevin anderson of south africa the women's title was one saturday by angelique kerber the eleven seed in straightsets serena williams and it was the first victory on grass for kerber as now and she is now a wimbledon champion espn's i the last full coverage begins at eight pm eastern sunday morning breakfast at wimbledon than.
Serena Williams, Angelique Kerber and Straightsets discussed on Sean Hannity
"Now now now the three big things you need three three woman in american serena williams false angelique kerber in straightsets she catches her third grand slam title governor rick scott signed an executive order friday removing the land city commissioner jeff hunter from office following a drug charge for supplying prescription painkillers to his former girlfriend police have a person of interest in custody as a part of the homicide investigation after officers found a dead body on deacon jones boulevard the weather.