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"anita lake" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
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"anita lake" Discussed on Court Junkie
"She witnessed some of the troubling signs herself. At first, the couple's life together seemed promising, Robert and Anita who had both been married before. We're starting a new life together and raising their blended family of four children. They both had two children from prior relationships. They appear to be inseparable. Leeann said in her January, two thousand twelve deposition Robert was always. They're always at her side. They seemed to be happily wedded newlyweds. But there was stress building in the marriage. Robert whose background was in the military, was a no nonsense father. He was the strict rule enforcer of the households while Anita and the other hand was more fun loving and relaxed. Her Co worker described her as sunny and upbeat. Anita Lake to throw parties. Sometimes they're different. Personalities clashed. They began to fight about money about Robert's sister Belinda, who seemed to favour Roberts children over Anita's at least in Anita's is. And they thought about the everyday problems of parenting like one of the kids using too much hot water in the shower, or about how much supervision the younger children needed. Anita complained about her husband's troubling behavior, and what had become a disharmonious households Leeann testified. You could tell it vibe through the whole. House Leeann said I could feel it. It was tense. Anita told me a lot about his controlling behavior. They were always fighting if they weren't fighting. Even when she went to work, they were fighting over the telephone or they would textile day. Friends described Robert as domineering and controlling. Anita's co-worker said Robert gave her the creeps. She remembered an awkward encounter when she visited Anita to help get ready for her daughter's birthday party. He did not want me in the house. Instead of giving his girl time every time I was in a room with Anita he would be in the background. Just watching, he wasn't very warmer. Welcome ING Milagros. Alicia testified in her deposition. The fights in Anita's Roberts relationship were escalating. Robert pushed her put holes in the walls and accused her of cheating Anita. Told Leeann according to court records. Leeann witnessed the aftermath of fight herself when she went to the home and saw Robert Angry and the children crying hysterically, the police were later called intervene. took a physical toll on Anita. All these signs of complete stress migraine headaches losing weight, not being able to sleep, you could see that she was down and out Leeann said..
"anita lake" Discussed on Feminist Frequency Radio
"I'd I just wanted to try to try to lay claim ing yeah. I love that framing Carol so will need and I saw this together a couple of weeks ago. I liked the film and a mild way when I first saw but I have to admit I'm liking it more and more as time it goes on and I've had a chance to let it kind of percolate through my brain not because of the various things that I've been reading about it but because I've been able to twist a little bit of my reactions and I want to pick up a threat of what you were just talking about the notion of whether the kind of power that had a a marginalized person not just women but I'm marginalized person can employ in certain moments so whether that's you you know women leveraging the desire that primarily sis men feel for them or whether it's you know black people leveraging cultural notions of cool that you know white communities feel about whatever right that it ultimately it's very limiting kind of power but also it's one that you do not own and it's one that can be taken back back at any moment and so I think it's very important that the film shows us that as effective and successful as these women are at the end of the day the literal power of the state is used against them to stop them from maintaining this power right like ultimately they are brought down by the force of the law and men protecting other men from women using this kind of power like I think the film ultimately does show that no matter how many codes you're able to buy no matter. How many do you have in you know your phone contact list ultimately? That's not a very it's not a real power hour that is sustainable you know yeah and then that's ultimately healthy for you to exercise to give the movie credit for like acknowledging that the power structures is that these women within which these women exist like you know very early on as destiny or the constant conflict character dorothy slash destiny like back her has I think it's her first night at scores or like an early night scores and basically they were as she is leaving and she you know she has her earnings the money that she's made she's like basically shaken down by a few different men a one or two different men who work at the management and maybe security I don't remember but like where where she has to give these men. You know a not insignificant cut of her earnings and it's just this like the film is not trying to fool us or or for obscure the fact that like that like even within these systems like men are probably the primary the primary moneymakers like how much money must men be may be raking in you know if if every woman who passes through there who is like dances like has to you have to cut her earnings and give them a chunk so you know and that is that is like a much larger major major issue with like sex work more more broadly. Is that like I mean who is really the primary profit off it depending on how it's structured and you know and so on and so forth so I appreciate it film that fell Mike I would argue that it doesn't really do that okay and that's kind of what a great transition so I had a I had the opposite reaction to Ebony I think we both walked out of there being like wow. That was a lot better than we thought it would be like. I thought I think we both thought it would be a little like bad. It's an enjoyable film to watch but there was a little there was something that really bugs me about it and I couldn't quite put it into form it into specific words like I was using sort of superficial language to talk about new to the theater and I think that what I am troubled by is more so the the review by Ao Scott in the New York Times. I think actually articulates a lot of my issues with it so he says but class struggle isn't really at stake anymore than gender equality is the spirit of hustlers so insistently affirmative and celebratory that all kinds of interesting matters or left unexplored and I think that that is part of my issue with this film. Is that like it's not that we're not like. I think that it's great that there are moments that celebrate them as humans like you see them enjoying time with their families you see them as mothers you see them as struggling like you know like it is a much more well well rounded. I suspect I'm not suspect but oh you know historically portrayals of sex workers have been really one dimensional shitty rate so so having them be centered and having them be like you know the the fully developed humans to some degree is important but you know I like that you open to this whole conversation Asian about power because like I think this point Israel like it's not really like yeah okay. These guys have a lot of money and they don't and they're trying to get money but like there's not a ton Hannah like systemic. It's still really like glossy and shiny so I'm GonNa say something that is against all of my all of my feminist beliefs and morals when Jaylo comes out Jay Lewis Fifty y'all when she comes out and she looks fucking like I'm GonNa say incredible. Even though I don't want to like make I want to be very clear that like what we value as youth and beauty and all of that is a huge problem but I don't care just for this moment. I'm going to say AH Jaylo comes out and she looks fucking amazing and she's like dancing on stage and it's just incredible and I've actually seen her live a few years ago doing something similar and you're just mesmerized by her right like she's an incredible performer and I think that that's kind of the problem here right like even someone with all. All of these like feminist values are my my particular type of feminist values. I'm like Oh shit. This is amazing like she's amazing. Look at this amazing woman that they're still showing off women's bodies. They're still sexualizing them in the same time that they're trying to show that these women are empowering themselves so it feels very much like the girl boss like it feels like a celebration of that like girl boss trope like we're going to do our own thing and aren't we cool for doing our own thing you know I didn't I didn't have that reaction to do it. I do think this the film is like legible to both kinds of audiences you know in both kinds of a multitude of readings not just to kind of readings but but I do think that the the film does take more care to Kinda offer a class critique then is perhaps. It's it's being given credit for. I don't think it necessarily executes those class. Critiques Incredibly Well L. At all times in the movie nor do I think it really engages with race in a way that I would have been super interested in because the fact is most of the women a- all of the main characters the main characters and this are women of color and they are largely taking white men in now and the person who ultimately rights the the story that leads to this movie like a super metal loop is a white woman right and I don't think that enough time has released spent teasing that out but I don't think the film like shuts that down either or suggest that that doesn't matter I do think that we do get glimpses of the notion like if you are of a certain class if you are of a certain ethnic or racial category then there are certain certain like systemic or structural changes empower that are simply unavailable to you and so all you see and all you feel capable capable of doing is doing these individual moments of resistance again. I think the film is much more gracious to these women than we are traditionally originally expected to have films be as you point out Anita Lake sex workers of any form don't typically get any kind of human understanding ending and films but I think like I say as the longer I sit with this movie. The more I think like you know for I believe this is Lorraine. Skafar ears debut view film the more. I think you know it's just to be clear. You're wrong yeah. No I just I just don't want you fact act. Check rewind fact check. No no narrator says is into whatever but we need it. We definitely need like a sound q. That's like everybody's and he's wrong so route feel free to come up with that but anyways. I just felt like you know the it's very promising film you know and and yeah there are things that I wish it. Were a little bit deaf ter- you know I think it it rather than just sort of offering these items for thought or issues choose. I thought that it actually had a more sustained analysis but as I say like the longer I think about it. The more I think like yeah. There's the beginnings of something here of an argument I mean I do think it's interesting to look at some of the critical discourse around the film right because I do feel like from some male critics there is I I would say a bit of this kind of paternalistic or dismissive yeah. This is like not giving the film that much weight like like Oh you you know if this were a scorsese film with like the criminals were men like it. Would you know it would be just appraised raised differently. It reminds me of how Taylor there's a certain set of music critics who Taylor Swift's album nineteen eighty-nine seriously until tell Ryan Adams rebe recorded it song for song and it's like Oh you know but like this kind of because it centers women and because it's about the kinds of power our and the kinds of women that it's about it's like it's not given as much weight like like there's a a scene in the film that wear so there's like a sting operation happening like like or I don't remember whose recording the audio for what reason to be honest but like what the way the scene plays out is that we see eh the we see the events transpiring but we're hearing the audio from the recording so the audio is kind of like dislike you. I can tell that it's like playing off of a recording and it's kind of like I don't know staticky or it has it has those kinds of issues and it's like Oh. That's like that moment came like Oh. That's like something that Scorsese might do like that's a very like and and maybe the film actually tries to like mimics scorsese a little too closely but I mean but it it has. I don't know I just feel like I just want to say that like like there are a a lot of valid reasons to critique this film by if you're a dude who's just like not giving it as much weight because it centers women and etc like that's I that's fucked up and that is definitely an issue that is happening around this film yeah. I can't remember who posted the tweet where they were like. The screen shot shot a bunch of male critics saying like you know I just wanted to learn more of the back story of the men. Were you know why don't the men the three dimensional this series of screen shots and it was just like such incredible cell phone of like they cannot sit for two hours in a film that centers women look. I got no problem with like alternate morals of these women swindling these rich ways you that was not a probably for me at all one thing though that I think is interesting not not necessarily about the movie that comes up around this so both both in the film and in the article that inspired the film the men who come forward the very few men who who tried to report to the police that this was happening weren't believed and when those stories there was a story of a doctor that like made it to you know page six or whatever was made fun of like actively Lee made fun of that like men like we talk a lot about the victim like women who are victimized who are believed but that there's an interesting dynamic dynamic happening here where like if men are victimized by women it's so unbelievable and embarrassing that you wouldn't come forward and that other men wouldn't believe you that that was actually happening happening. Yeah I mean there's a line in the film the film you know at least addresses this bit where I think one of.
"anita lake" Discussed on FT News
"So that was a coffin of been sound with sort of thing that we normally screen out in our everyday lives in the city, but Joe your call them was precipitated not by just the normal everyday sounds, but some specific experiences of noise pollution view. Remind us of what prompted you to write this column. I think just my arrival at a point in age, where you just cannot bear the sound of people, route you anytime tool. But basically, I was on the year star traveling to Paris kind of midday train pretty relaxed easygoing. And there was a family sitting across the way for me in the courage to young children. I mean perfectly enduring upset you reasonable stuff. But the level of parenting was just how would it be insidious? It was just overwhelming and the noise and the instructional manner, and the sort of showboating of the parent who was doing the parenting. I just found very presentational parenting, where you'll sort of showing off to the rest of the world. What a great job building. But then proceeded to allow her children to watch two independent screens at full wack playing one on the Pokemon movie and the other the Princess and the frog which either not to listen to you for the entire ration- of the trip to Paris. And I thought what an earth is wrong. To, to take any action while this was going onto. I did over the neck crane of ROY attention. I did a bit of hard staring Paddington style hoping that she might get the idea. I did a lot of shuffling in my see and kind of glancing around see with other people will equally disturbed and said, nothing too. So heavy duty huffing and puffing. Heavy juice even aggressive. Yeah. And then on the way home just to add to the fund, there was a group of about twenty I didn't know they were like late twenties and they were coming back from Jolie. Not especially drunk, just the loudest people have ever heard in my life, led by shamefully a woman. I have to say very plungent voice very piercing pub quiz, kind of plunged see and they just talked to an audibility level of never known. And there was a lot of totting their lot of looking around made eye contact. Complain to a neighbor also did nothing. So do you think this, the problem that is becoming more and more weaved into modern life are the people imposing their noise on us is part of the modern condition weirdly, I think it's a Corolla of the noise cancelling headphones, actually because I think what's happened is so many people are plugged in you, look cheap carriage. Everyone is headphones on pretty much. Everyone's engaged in some other activity other than looking at their other commuters. And as a result of that it seems to be this white space, that's opened up in which you can suddenly start watching TV shows at full volume or have these incredibly loud, Facebook conversations with people on your phone that you share with the entire courage. I think the way in which we modulate our behavior just seems to have gone out the window because I think we all look by these very quiet very curated soundscape of our own. And then we have just forgotten that other people in the world might exist, I definitely think the, the mobile telephone has been around for a while, you may have heard of it is. One of the worst things because you hit those Hof conversations. And I was reading that there's been scientific studies on those Hoffa logs they call them where you hear half conversation and it's meant to be far more distracting, because you spend the whole time filling in what was going on. Exactly. I think nowadays, yours offend is not privy to both parts of the conversation because someone's talking to a little baby face telling them, but when dad's coming home, and what they're going to have for dinner, and, you know, it's a two way street with Felisa for the food show. But it's I mean you know, you dreamed that with the mild interruption of a mobile phone ring, and someone saying, tabby sorry, I'm on the train, and hanging up. No crumbs now, people just Witter on at length. Those true was and the whole movie, you'll just hear the whole thing. But do you think I mean is it actually kind of victim Mel Jewish Grinch like runs against? That aside for is that also, you know, is it really bad for us? It's not good for is and the World Health Organization has said that sound pollution and that arguably doesn't mean that people sit next to a pneumatic drill work or are exposed to intense levels of traffic noise. But I think I'm going to throw in really, really loud, chat as paw, the mix and more likely to have high blood pressure, the risk of type two diabetes. It can go congenital heart disease among children. It causes learning impairment is being linked to depression. I mean I was very depressed when I go train, and it was Princess and the frog and that's frankly, if movie, but I was just both and actually one of the people who read the column wrote to me and said that they thought that sound was one of the few things in which we actually have evolved from or caveman status. So noisy still triggers, for us a sign of danger and actually it disturbs us more than others. Sensory things which I. I think we're more capable of modulating does nothing you can really do about noise. Yeah. And if you hear a kind of loud, noise startling, but if you hear consistent noise, it's probably damaging and some sort of energy on high alert, it does pay on her let there was another facts that said forty percent the population EU countries are exposed to traffic noise levels that exceed any recommendation, so we're already living, and at very, very noisy environment, so everything on top of that is just extra. It's like, you know, the screeching brakes, and everything we kind of almost create an ambient noise around us. But that mixed with the other sudden extras just makes it peasant. You were saying the noise cancelling headphones that she partly to blame for this. I noticed that someone who commented on your piece said, you know, you should get yourself a pair, and then not worry about it. But do you think that there's a kind of aunt, sir in silence? We were talking a few weeks, go months ago about Jack Dorsey going on silent retreats, and that's the kind of antidote. Off defied load of noise. Just going, the air, pal were would you consider going on a silent? We just need Capone as a society. I think it's ridiculous that we should leave either extreme. I think the reason I didn't like wearing headphones is because it makes me so oblivious to the world around me like I can't see that, that person is crying into stress. I can't sense that person behind me wants to get past that person hasn't noticed that the someone trying to kind of their attention because they're so locked out a hate that idea of locked out syndrome. And, you know, I'm a writer and observer of human life. And I like to think that I'm part of the world around. They're stunned this idea that, you know, I'm so important, Anita lake shutt-, everything around me them, as they say, they did have a point. I know you were also quite militant about the use live headphones at work, people sitting at work and looking screen, this ridiculous. But maybe that's for for column in.
"anita lake" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"Literary showcase in the midwest in the printers, row neighborhood might Crausser NewsRadio on one five point nine FM WBZ news time one oh. Eight traffic. Weather together on the eight sponsored by northern Illinois food Bank. And good afternoon to Trent, Eric good afternoon Andy and humbled humbled part westbound Chicago very heavy at Chicago at California. Make that crash involving a CPA and a box truck in a fuel spill after that so be aware that that's very slow in the Hummel park area, Chicago and California more than usual. Edens, outbound his good at nineteen to get the lake cook back in his thirty two minutes from lake cook to the Kennedy junction near slow past Anita lake road, work had been left lane, outbound Kennedy forty-seven to the airport back, his thirty seven outbound on the Eisenhower forty five minute trip to get to route three ninety it's slow from independence to display Zaventem, and the inbound side is forty minutes three ninety two downtown twenty-five from Mannheim in outbound Stevenson twenty seven to the tri-state in twenty-seven back in the end Ryan eighteen to get downtown to ninety fifth back in twenty five minutes. Heavy from the Stephen to change Fifty-seven looks pretty good, both directions. And so, does the bound Bishop Ford? Inbound is slow from Stony island cottage grove in eighteen minutes, maybe. Dan, ryan. Southbound lakeshore drive heavy from the oak street, curb to Chicago in tight northbound from oakwood avenue just before thirty fifth, there's a pedestrian bridge where there's a crash in the left lane backing that some debris on the roadway, as well. And then you're slow through Soldier Field and Chicago avenue to southbound side of the Tri states pretty good. Northbound is slowing between Ogden and Roosevelt's have been through the gravity curve couple of pockets in there. I Adams Reagan and Veterans Memorial looks good recipe three and three ninety eight okay. Get traffic and weather together the eighth, every ten minutes on NewsRadio seven point nine FM AccuWeather forecast for this afternoon. We're going to be a picture perfect day, sunshine, nice temperatures a high around.
"anita lake" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"Breakfast at McDonnell participation vary. Cannot be combined with any other offer combo meal. WBZ news time, ten teen traffic and weather together on the eight sponsored by Berman Subaru of Chicago. And here's Durant on the Edens. The inbound side of seeing heavy traffic passed Anita lake avenue. This is because a moving road work. It's a twenty six minute drive from lake cook into the county junction. We have some moving daytime roadwork on the outbound side of the Edens, as well. You're heavy from Peterson to Twenty-three for Montrose out to lake cook road. Kennedy on the inbound trip. Thirty eight minutes hair to downtown. It's twenty five in from the junction, the locals, and the express lanes, outbound Kennedy seventeen Montrose. Thirty two minutes out to O'Hare with the Eisenhower inbound at forty four from route three ninety downtown twenty-six Mannheim, outbound, I just sixteen Mannheim in two thousand nine to three ninety but we do have a report of a crash near Ashland, no major delays because of it just yet. The Stevenson inbound an hour and four from three fifty five to lakeshore drive still pretty heavy from Harlem to catchy. It's fifty four minutes in from the tri-state, outbound, just twenty six to the tri-state, thirty six to three fifty five, the Dan Ryan inbound twenty seven hundred fifty downtown. Outbound is jammed from the burn interchange before, Cermak report of a crash there. It's twenty five minutes from downtown and ninety fifth street Fifty-seven, the Bishop portable. Delay-free lakeshore drive, northbound heavy eighteenth Jackson. No southbound delays on the drive the tristate toy northbound slow from ninety to north avenue. Southbound is all clear the rest of the Eleanor toys are looking go. No worries on eighty eighty ninety four or I sixty five no major problems on the Indiana toll road either, just ongoing construction between Indianapolis boulevard on the West Point toll plaza traffic sponsored by Berman Subaru of Chicago. Chicago's only Subaru dealer stopped by at forty three thirty. Starving park road or shop online at Subaru Chicago dot com today during their grand opening specials. Get traffic and weather together on the eighth, every ten minutes on News Radio seven hundred one zero five point nine FM Accu weather forecast for today cooler with times of clouds and sunshine, a high today of seventy two only in the mid sixty s along the lakefront tonight, partly cloudy,.
"anita lake" Discussed on Feminist Frequency Radio
"Going to be talking about the absolutely harrowing new HBO documentary leaving Neverland and after that we'll finish by each sharing a little something in what's your freak out? Now, let's get to it Francesca. We are so excited to have you. Thank you for joining us. Yeah. No problem. I love talking about just creeps and taking just canceling a former heroes is my thing. It's a good time for that isn't really is. If you aren't familiar with Francesca, which you will be after this. She's a stand up comic and host of the bitchy ration- room podcast, which you should all subscribe to right now. Because it's very good Anita was on their excellent episode. I was I'm never going to be invited back on though. Because I was like, well, I don't really care about anything. We got to overthrow the system. It was my answer. You gotta save our podcast in ADA. You can't bring that to other folks podcast. Yeah. Us for an hour. Anita lake get. Like, I guess I could pay attention to things. I couldn't tell you who's running for president. Like, I don't give a fuck. No, one can tell you. Yeah. You know, here's the thing is I don't wanna feel guilty for not following news every second of every fucking day anymore. Like, no, I'll wait when we have candidates, then I'll be around for that. I guess maybe maybe not. I don't know doesn't matter. This is a pop culture podcast has nothing to do with politics ever. Obviously. I think that I think you're doing what you need to do for your mental health, and I think you're right on and this podcast is part of getting people through twenty twenty without the incessant -ness of politics. And I appreciate that. That is going to be our new pre roll. Advertisement. I love it. All right. We are going to throw to Caroline for the entertainment news this week. Hey, everyone. Let's take a.
"anita lake" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"Cleaning clearance at Howard Buick GMC on grand avenue in elmhurst. WBZ news time, four forty eight traffic and weather together on the here's Claire traffic building in most places on the inbound Edens, especially almost thirty eight minutes lake cook road to the Kennedy up on nineteen westbound spur busy to off the Edens to the toll with roadwork up on Kennedy thirty two to Maggio's expressly and save you about twelve minutes forty-seven out to a hair inbound Kennedy, a fifteen minute ride from O'Hare thirty and for Montrose. Put on the Eisenhower busy western Harlem report of a crash in the mix. It Cicero is thirty seven Mannheim fifty to route three ninety. About Nyquil take you an hour route three ninety to get to the Jane Byrne thirty seven informatics up onstage in thirty seven to two ninety four to fifteen minute ride to three fifty five inbound thirty-seven three fifty five to the drive twenty-seven in from the Tri state tollway. Southbound fifty-five tied at fifty three up on Dan Ryan slow as well. Thirty five minutes out to ninety fifth. I'm about to take you twenty up on fifty seven is eighteen inbound is okay up on Bishop Ford. Twenty minutes now out to eighty ninety four inbound clear there as well. Southbound lakeshore drive sluggish northbound at Chicago Hyde Park to fifty seven northbound slow eighteenth in spots tissue Kogyo avenue, then around the Hollywood curved hallways. Chris hopper mills spider mobile, seven, eighty southbound moving slow before ninety down the grand Saint Charles to forty seven hundred fifty five kilograms wrote an eighty to the Lincoln oasis northbound eighty eight to ninety the ramps all packed in ninety westbound slowly out to the former displaying away says eastbound jammed up past the tri-state to the Kennedy eighty eight eastbound snug past Eighty-three York, westbound flushed out nicely fifty three three seventy five south tied up from arbitral on the. A toll plaza down the Saint Charles than around Finley. Northbound locals golf tonight. Kirchhoff break check in northwest. Highway people looking at the crash on the shoulder there move over and give those guys plenty of room to do the paperwork, and then passed Anita lake cook, Chris haver, Mel spothero mobile seven eighty roads in northwest, Indiana remained, pretty quiet this afternoon. But in freeport, route twenty is blah, this is between route twenty six and seventy five with a fatal crash involving a state trooper police are requesting that you avoid the area. If you want to help us with our coverage, call us, the WBZ Art Van traffic tip line. Eight five five seven eighty road. Traffic and weather together. On the eighth every ten minutes on News Radio seven eighty one zero five point nine FM BB evacuate flood warnings tone. The fact for the.
"anita lake" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"Eight did traffic and weather together on the aids sponsored by grandview homes, and here is Neil still falling in spots, Dr easy and be patient not getting anywhere fast. Because you can't on the expressways right now starting on the side of the Edens. That looks pretty good still just nineteen minutes forty to end from lake cook to the Kennedy junction and a heavy spur in both directions. The Kennedy out forty two Montrose twenty nine the express our ten to the airport crash hit the Versi off on the right shoulder in about an hour from O'Hare forty-seven off. The Edens heavy on the extension eastbound for Bessie Coleman to the tristate up on. I fifty two Mannheim an hour five route three ninety coming. Inbound jammed up Eighty-three to pass Saint Charles report. Of a crash on the shoulder. Our in five in three ninety and thirty five in for Mannheim. The outbound Stevenson forty-seven to the tri-state an hour ten to three fifty five and forty-seven inbound calls to forty on the outbound Ryan downtown that v twenty to win twenty on the outbound side of fifty seven and just fifteen on the outbound Ford make sure drive northbound heavy eighteenth. Most of the way to Chicago and southbound pretty heavy north avenue over to Chicago. Watching your tollways afternoon. Chris harbor mill spothero southbound tristate with some flurries here near willow across events. Deville bridge backed up Topaz the seven northbound Ogden the thirty first eighty eight the app. Ninety eighty eight to pass north avenue around grand about moral to the twohey toll plaza. Westbound ninety stack up price date toll plaza fifty three out the Rowsell eastbound on ramp to south Fifty-three and fussy of the tri-state Reagan toys, still, okay, that's the holdout fifty three hundred fifty five southbound heavy ninety three ninety liked the Roosevelt approaching sixty third northbound Hagans to Kirchhoff and Anita lake cook. He's three ninety still backed up before rolling to south fifty three Chris harbor mill. Spothero mobile seven eighty nothing major on eighty or eighty ninety four traffic sponsored by grandview homes. Grab you by homes. Grant is the fastest and easiest way to sell your home. No real estate agents, no months of showing your home to strangers. They buy your home directly from you in as little as ten days. So visit grandview homes.
"anita lake" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"Are bypassing the Jackson station to do to the police activity on the expressway out. There's a delay. Now. Twenty four minutes Montrose to lay cook your backup foster to Dempster coming in just about an hour from lake cook to the Kennedy junction, and the Edens spirits heavy in both directions. Kennedy out twenty six to Montrose twenty two in the express and fifty one at the airport. What our in for more hair to downtown Eisenhower off forty-seven and Mannheim. It's one hour to route three ninety in about an hour. Eight three nine hundred and forty five for Mannheim. Stupid sit on the way out just about an hour to the tri-state in our twenty three to three fifty five in about an hour to from the veterans tollway. Forty from the tri-state fifty-five brake lights in both directions between three fifty five and route fifty three outbound Dan Ryan thirty five minutes twenty to win twenty five on the outbound side at fifty seven and eight. On the outbound Ford coming in the four twenty three minutes from eighty ninety four to the Dan Ryan lakeshore drive. Northbound stacked up Soldier Field. The Chicago avenue southbound from Fullerton over to Chicago. Busy tollways. Chris Hubbard spothero mobile seven eighty tristate stacked up West Lake down to forty seven LaGrange road, the ninety fifth earlier crash on the side. Now, all lanes are open. Northbound backed up eight eight to the app onto ninety ramp and half day to one seventy six ninety westbound slow fifty three other Roselle eastbound packed from the tri-state onto the Kennedy eight west heavy from the Ike out the accolade with full orchard exit poll, south tristate rambling jammed up from the tri-state to the merge. Fifty three and three fifty five southbound stop and go random Kirchhoff golf the lake army trail road defintely northbound sixty third through maple golf northwest highway and passed Anita lake cook, Lisa three ninety s. All right. Chris Hubbard Mel spothero mobile seven eighty eight you Chris nothing major report along I eighty or on the roads in northwest. Indiana traffic sponsored by baker's square. The holidays are here. And that means walling your friends and family with delicious. Baker square pies on your table like holiday French silk, candy, cane pie, southern P, con and more. Don't miss out. Reserve your Baker square holiday pies. Online today at baker's square dot com. It's quick.
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