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Fresh update on "bay" discussed on AP News Radio

AP News Radio

00:21 sec | 37 min ago

Fresh update on "bay" discussed on AP News Radio

"A complete game 2 hitter by Nick Pivetta supplemented the red Sox bats in a 51 win over the Astros in the rubber match of their 3 game series that allowed a leadoff home run to Houston's Jose Altuve bay but nothing more the right hander struck out 8 and walked none in his second career complete game Boston shortstop Xander Bogart's hit a tiebreaking solo Homer in the first the red Sox won for the fifth time in 8 games meanwhile Houston has dropped 305 since its 11 game winning streak Gethin Coolbaugh Boston a complete game 2 hitter by Nick Pivetta supplemented the red Sox bats in a 51 win over the Astros in the rubber match of their 3 game series that allowed a leadoff home run to Houston's Jose Altuve bay but nothing more the right hander struck out 8 and walked none in his second career complete game Boston shortstop Xander Bogart's hit a tie breaking solo Homer in the first the red Sox won for the fifth time in 8 games meanwhile Houston has dropped 305 since its 11 game winning streak Gethin Coolbaugh Boston a complete game 2 hitter by Nick Pivetta supplemented the red Sox bats in a 51 win over the Astros in the rubber match of their 3 game series that allowed a leadoff home run to Houston's Jose Altuve bay but nothing more the right hander struck out 8 and walked none in his second career complete game Boston shortstop Xander Bogart's hit a tiebreaking solo Homer in the first the red Sox won for the fifth time in 8 games meanwhile Houston has dropped 305 since its 11 game winning streak Gethin Coolbaugh Boston a complete game 2 hitter by Nick Pivetta supplemented the red Sox bats in a 51 win over the Astros in the rubber match of their 3 game series that allowed a leadoff home run to Houston's Jose Altuve bay but nothing more the right hander struck out 8 and walked none in his second career complete game Boston shortstop Xander Bogart's hit a tiebreaking solo Homer in the first the red Sox won for the fifth time in 8 games meanwhile Houston has dropped 305 since its 11 game winning streak Gethin Coolbaugh Boston a complete game 2 hitter by Nick Pivetta supplemented the red Sox bats in a 51 win over the Astros in the rubber match of their 3 game series that allowed a leadoff home run to Houston's Jose Altuve bay but nothing more the right hander struck out 8 and walked none in his second career complete game Boston shortstop Xander Bogart's hit a tie breaking solo Homer in the first the red Sox won for the fifth time in 8 games meanwhile Houston has dropped 305 since its 11 game winning streak Gethin Coolbaugh Boston a complete game 2 hitter by Nick Pivetta supplemented the red Sox bats in a 51 win over the Astros in the rubber match of their 3 game series that allowed a leadoff home run to Houston's Jose Altuve bay but nothing more the right hander struck out 8 and walked none in his second career complete game Boston shortstop Xander Bogart's hit a tiebreaking solo Homer in the first the red Sox won for the fifth time in 8 games meanwhile Houston has dropped 305 since its 11 game winning streak Gethin Coolbaugh Boston a complete game 2 hitter by Nick Pivetta supplemented the red Sox bats in a 51 win over the Astros in the rubber match of their 3 game series that allowed a leadoff home run to Houston's Jose Altuve bay but nothing more the right hander struck out 8 and walked none in his second career complete game Boston shortstop Xander Bogart's hit a tiebreaking solo Homer in the first the red Sox won for the fifth time in 8 games meanwhile Houston has dropped 305 since its 11 game winning streak Gethin Coolbaugh Boston a complete game 2 hitter by Nick Pivetta supplemented the red Sox bats in a 51 win over the Astros in the rubber match of their 3 game series that allowed a leadoff home run to Houston's Jose Altuve bay but nothing more the right hander struck out 8 and walked none in his second career complete game Boston shortstop Xander Bogart's hit a tie breaking solo Homer in the first the red Sox won for the fifth time in 8 games meanwhile Houston has dropped 305 since its 11 game winning streak Gethin Coolbaugh Boston a complete game 2 hitter by Nick Pivetta supplemented the red Sox bats in a 51 win over the Astros in the rubber match of their 3 game series that allowed a leadoff home run to Houston's Jose Altuve bay but nothing more the right hander struck out 8 and walked none in his second career complete game Boston shortstop Xander Bogart's hit a tiebreaking solo Homer in the first the red Sox won for the fifth time in 8 games meanwhile Houston has dropped 305 since its 11 game winning streak Gethin Coolbaugh Boston a complete game 2 hitter by Nick Pivetta supplemented the red Sox bats in a 51 win over the Astros in the rubber match of their 3 game series that allowed a leadoff home run to Houston's Jose Altuve bay but nothing more the right hander struck out 8 and walked none in his second career complete game Boston shortstop Xander Bogart's hit a tiebreaking solo Homer in the first the red Sox won for the fifth time in 8 games meanwhile Houston has dropped 305 since its 11 game winning streak Gethin Coolbaugh Boston a complete game 2 hitter by Nick Pivetta supplemented the red Sox bats in a 51 win over the Astros in the rubber match of their 3 game series that allowed a leadoff home run to Houston's Jose Altuve bay but nothing more the right hander struck out 8 and walked none in his second career complete game Boston shortstop Xander Bogart's hit a tie breaking solo Homer in the first the red Sox won for the fifth time in 8 games meanwhile Houston has dropped 305 since its 11 game winning streak Gethin Coolbaugh Boston a complete game 2 hitter by Nick Pivetta supplemented the red Sox bats in a 51 win over the Astros in the rubber match of their 3 game series that allowed a leadoff home run to Houston's Jose Altuve bay but nothing more the right hander struck out 8 and walked none in his second career complete game Boston shortstop Xander Bogart's hit a tiebreaking solo Homer in the first the red Sox won for the fifth time in 8 games meanwhile Houston has dropped 305 since its 11 game winning streak Gethin Coolbaugh Boston

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Pivetta tosses 2-hitter to lead Red Sox past Astros 5-1

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 37 min ago

Pivetta tosses 2-hitter to lead Red Sox past Astros 5-1

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Fresh "BAY" from WTOP 24 Hour News

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:42 min | 1 hr ago

Fresh "BAY" from WTOP 24 Hour News

"Or on the WTO P app ten 28 Traffic and weather on the 8th and when it breaks bob himler and the WTO traffic center And Virginia on 95 northbound before action one 48 at Quantico there is a work zone set up You're getting by a single file to the left Now I believe they've also set up one southbound on 95 after actually one 40 Stafford and also getting by single file past that works on very slowly headed toward route 17 in falmouth So be alert traveling south on 95 through Stafford headed toward centerport Parkway and northbound approaching Quantico On the inner loop of the beltway at Arlington boulevard you get by the works on single file to the right and on 66 westbound approaching the beltway you also get by the work's own single file to the right Now they are working in centerville eastbound between 29 past 28 getting my single file right there but southbound on route 28 at westfields boulevard you get by slowly single file to the left past that works on In Maryland they have cleared the crash on the south bay Baltimore Washington Parkway after one 98 so no problem to report there Things are good to go on 50 out to the bay bridge And on 95 between the beltways there are no delays Southbound two ten after the beltway though slowly getting by the road works single file to the left And on two 70 they are scheduled to be set up tonight both ways and Bucky's town they route 85 getting by a single file They are working again tonight in point of rocks on route 15 north of point of rocks road where the paving project and getting by one direction at a time Well summer is almost here and the YMCA offers a wide variety of fun and exciting summer camp options Sponsor filling up fast visit YMCA D.C. dot org slash summer camp to browse camps and register today Bob and WTO traffic Storm team four's Amelia Draper Tonight we'll have mostly cloudy skies with rain at times especially during the overnight hours and lows falling into the mid 50s to.

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Tom Brady to join Fox Sports when playing career ends

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | Last week

Tom Brady to join Fox Sports when playing career ends

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Fresh "BAY" from WTOP 24 Hour News

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:54 min | 4 hrs ago

Fresh "BAY" from WTOP 24 Hour News

"Half of the midsize SUVs tested earned good ratings John Aaron WTO P news 7 18 Traffic and weather on the 8s to the traffic center we go and bob imler 66 of an ass that still has that pesky crash has been there for quite some time Delay started Centreville westbound getting to a point before it suddenly wrote actually 47 still there along the right side of the roadway South on traffic on 95 slows just a bit from route one over the aka kwon Beyond that the pace is good And well on the interlude beltway a bit of a slowdown approaching the American legion bridge but it started He ease up now in Maryland on the beltway interleukin four 50 still some delays getting past route 50 and two O two had a couple of crashes First one on the right side the other on the left side And I think they're in the process of getting those out of the roadway 50 out of the bay bridge runs without delay We're good to go On both 95 and the Baltimore Washington Parkway on two 70 as well and southbound on D.C. two 95° capitol believed the crash is out of the roadway there Survey says play family feud scratch offs from the Maryland lottery for a chance to win up to $50,000 instantly or great second chance cash prizes Bob and we are traffic Storm team four four day forecast we're going to check in with Amelia Draper Tonight we'll have mostly cloudy skies with rain at times especially during the overnight hours in Lowe's falling into the mid 50s to low 60s.

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Lightning strike early, beat Maple Leafs 7-3 to even series

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | Last week

Lightning strike early, beat Maple Leafs 7-3 to even series

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Fresh "BAY" from WTOP 24 Hour News

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:53 min | 5 hrs ago

Fresh "BAY" from WTOP 24 Hour News

"You get your podcasts Presented by steamfitters local 6 O two WTO news times 6 28 Time for traffic and weather we start with Dave dildine Start in Virginia 66 westbound heavy sutterville into manassas ambulance arrived on the scene of a crash beyond the 29 exit and near them an assets rest area Police remain there and it's blocking the right lane on 66 west Eastbound traffic slow through Arlington beltway traffic very heavy still late delays on the outer loop through Alexandria toward the Wilson and ITER loop delays from Tyson's toward the American legion bridge backed up on the George Washington Parkway in Georgetown pike and even some bailout still at this late hour and one 23 getting to the chain bridge The beltway in Maryland is not so bad in Montgomery county but there is a new crash in prince George's county on the interloop between 50 and two O two initially called in along the left side 50s find out to the bay bridge stay with that beyond buoy Four 50 defense highway remains closed both ways near rutland road at points between davidsonville road and parole the scene of a serious crash on four 50 two ten near the old Wilson bridge drive intersection under police direction and slow at the scene of a crash And in D.C. on two 95 southbound they finally found the crash above east capitol street should only be a single file getting by the response For solutions to all of your plumbing problems call the 5 star plumbing experts It cropped that calf one 800 go crop or visit crop Metcalfe dot com Dave dildy WTO traffic to storm team four in Amelia Draper Tonight we'll have mostly cloudy skies with rain at times especially during the overnight hours and lows falling into the mid 50s to low 60s Sunshine will.

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3 Americans found dead at Bahamas hotel, 4th airlifted to hospital

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | Last week

3 Americans found dead at Bahamas hotel, 4th airlifted to hospital

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Fresh "BAY" from WTOP 24 Hour News

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:36 min | 5 hrs ago

Fresh "BAY" from WTOP 24 Hour News

"You know that it's bike to work week And did you know it's probably easier to take your bike to work than you thought Go to bike VA dot org to learn more about biking to work Dave dildine WTO traffic Two the forecast and Amelia Draper We'll have a few spotty showers around through the early evening hours and then areas of rain overnight tonight Otherwise cloudy skies temperatures in the 70s falling into the mid 50s to low 60s for overnight lows Tomorrow clouds giving way to sunshine and a bit breezy at times with highs in the low to mid 80s so we will be warmer tomorrow than today A mix of clouds and sun on Friday more sun than clouds hot and humid highs in the upper 80s to low 90s and maybe an isolated shower I'm storm team four meteorologist stimulated Draper We have some rain showers on the western edge of the Chesapeake Bay from just south of Chesapeake beach down toward Lexington park and we're watching a little bit of rain out in the West Virginia Panhandle We'll see if it crosses over into our region as we go through the evening Otherwise though temperatures hanging in the low 70s we've got 71 of Reagan national 71 at BWI Marshall 71 at dulles sand It's all brought to you by new look home design pay for half of your new roof later and the other half never.

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Hedman, Lightning beat Maple Leafs 5-3 to even series

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | Last week

Hedman, Lightning beat Maple Leafs 5-3 to even series

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Update on the latest sports

AP News Radio

01:00 min | 2 weeks ago

Update on the latest sports

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Hurricanes defeat Devils 6-3 in regular-season finale

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 2 weeks ago

Hurricanes defeat Devils 6-3 in regular-season finale

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Biden avoids politics in honoring hockey champion Lightning

AP News Radio

00:54 sec | 3 weeks ago

Biden avoids politics in honoring hockey champion Lightning

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Federal Judge Strikes Down Mask Mandate for Planes and Public Transit

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:25 min | Last month

Federal Judge Strikes Down Mask Mandate for Planes and Public Transit

"Big announcement yesterday that came from nowhere. A federal judge here in Tampa, Florida, you're welcome, United States. You're welcome, Tampa Bay, delivering Tom Brady for another year. And a federal judge who ruled that the CDC has been breaking the law. That's an unlawful mean breaking the law. I think on lawful, I no law professor. I don't teach law students for 97 years. I haven't written 37 books on the law. I'm not a Supreme Court clerk. I get it. I just, I'm a big mouth on the radio, and when I see a judge's ruling that says that what the CDC had been doing regarding masks on planes and buses and trains now Uber is dropping there, mask requirement, so any of us who take Uber a lot, that's big news. She ruled that that mandate was unconstitutional was unlawful. Who's going to be held accountable for breaking the law? At the CDC, how does that work? How does the CDC how is the shady she allowed to commit unlawful acts?

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Correction: Sarasota Airport Is Not Extending Mask Mandate

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:02 min | Last month

Correction: Sarasota Airport Is Not Extending Mask Mandate

"All the airlines, Uber, Amtrak, airports, somebody called us and falsely asserted that the Sarasota airport in Sarasota, Florida, was going to extend the mask mandate through mid may. Thanks to ace newsman roger P shulman here at a.m. 8 60, the answer in Tampa Bay. That is false. The Sarasota airport is not requiring masks at Sarasota's Bradenton international airport. They are no longer required there. I apologize for the wrong information. And I do apologize to the Sarasota airport. You know, a caller sometimes they get things wrong. Sometimes people are trolling us, sometimes people just genuinely and innocently get wrong information and they forward it. And I should do a better job of being on my guard against a caller like that. So my apologies to the Sarasota Bradenton international airport. They are not extending the mask mandate.

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The Inspiring Story of Raido GM Barb Yoder

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:40 min | Last month

The Inspiring Story of Raido GM Barb Yoder

"General manager of the radio station that carries our show in the Tampa Bay Area, really our flagship station since I live in Florida now full time, barb yoder is a pretty amazing woman. She's the general manager of AMH 60 the answer she runs the cluster of Salem radio stations in the Tampa Bay, saint Pete Clearwater region. And she's a pretty remarkable woman. She's a cancer survivor. And as somebody who has followed her for years and worked with her, that was pretty tough for all of us, not to mention what she went through, and yet she beat it. And when she beat cancer, the journey she was on was inspirational to anyone who knows her because being the strong person of faith that she is, she never, ever expressed any doubt or reluctance to embrace the idea that God had this that God was in control no matter what the outcome God had this. And you know that about people of faith, you know that deeply spiritual believers. Understand that no matter what adversity you face, God has this. It may not be the outcome you want, maybe it will. And thank God in barb yoder's case, it was exactly the outcome that we had all been praying for. She beat it, she is fit and healthy and ever smiling and a great presence in my life.

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Coyle's OT goal lifts Bruins past Lightning 2-1

AP News Radio

00:29 sec | Last month

Coyle's OT goal lifts Bruins past Lightning 2-1

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Matthews has 3 goals, Maple Leafs beat Lightning 6-2

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | Last month

Matthews has 3 goals, Maple Leafs beat Lightning 6-2

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Update on the latest sports

AP News Radio

00:59 sec | Last month

Update on the latest sports

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Arians retires as Bucs' coach, Bowles promoted to top spot

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | Last month

Arians retires as Bucs' coach, Bowles promoted to top spot

"Bruce Bruce Arians Arians has has decided decided to to retire retire and and is is moving moving into into the the Buccaneers Buccaneers front front office office he's he's being being replaced replaced by by defensive defensive coordinator coordinator Todd Todd Bowles Bowles whose whose previous previous head head coaching coaching job job was was with with the the New New York York Jets Jets Arians Arians will will turn turn seventy seventy this this coming coming season season he he coats coats the the box box to to the the Super Super Bowl Bowl title title in in the the twenty twenty twenty twenty season season and and was was thirty thirty one one eighteen eighteen in in three three years years with with Tampa Tampa Bay Bay he he called called at at the the right right time time for for him him to to make make the the transition transition to to the the front front office office there there was was no no public public indication indication at at the the NFL's NFL's annual annual meetings meetings in in Florida Florida that that such such a a move move was was coming coming Aryans Aryans is is AT AT forty forty eight eight and and one one in in eight eight years years as as a a head head coach coach including including his his five five years years with with the the cardinals cardinals I'm I'm the the ferry ferry

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Pastrnak hat trick keys 3-2 win, Bruins pass Tampa in East

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | Last month

Pastrnak hat trick keys 3-2 win, Bruins pass Tampa in East

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Power plays carry Hurricanes past Lightning 3-2

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 2 months ago

Power plays carry Hurricanes past Lightning 3-2

"The Carolina hurricanes scored two power play goals and got twenty seven season goalie Fredrik Andersen in route to a three two win over the Tampa Bay Lightning marketing they just opened the scoring in the second period with a power play goal for Carolina before newly acquired forward Nick Paul would tie the game at one for Tampa Bay Carolina would retake the lead after Tony deangelo point shot was redirected in front Sebastian I hope maybe three one for Caroline in the third temple will get a late goal by Alex killorn to cut the deficit in half but table could not find the equalizer DeAngelis said the power play was the key among those chances in last fifteen sixteen power plays is that one and so we have plenty of examples those needed when when they did thank those good I'm very fast Leschi made thirty eight saves for Tampa Bay Dennis **** Raleigh North Carolina

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Irving's score, Indiana beats Wyoming, Rizzo stays w/Yankees

AP News Radio

00:58 sec | 2 months ago

Irving's score, Indiana beats Wyoming, Rizzo stays w/Yankees

"AP sports I'm John other big curry Irving said a new nets NBA record on Tuesday night he scored a career high sixty points to the Brooklyn to a one fifty one await win over Orlando presidential scored twenty one points and Texas southern beat Texas a and M. Corpus Christi seventy six sixty seven of the first for the NC double a tournament will face number one seed Kansas in the first round trace Jackson Davis led the way with twenty nine points for Indiana Hoosiers beat Wyoming sixty six fifty eight they'll face sweet memories of the opening round of Thursday import left the road Rogers is officially signed a contract extension through the two time reigning MVP remains in Green Bay the team announced extension Tuesday without releasing terms and I fell network reports Rogers will make one hundred fifty million dollars over the next three years and the Braves have signed new first baseman Matt Olson to a one hundred sixty eight million dollar deal over eight years I'm John other pick AP sports

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"bay" Discussed on Bay Curious

Bay Curious

07:36 min | 9 months ago

"bay" Discussed on Bay Curious

"Water districts around the bay area are asking communities to conserve. And we're seeing some the usual goto conservation steps. You might have to request water at a restaurant instead of getting it automatically. We're watering grass. Less often. As many of our parks decorative fountains and water play features might be turned off all things that move the needle in the right direction. All things that we've seen before when we asked you our listeners. What you wanted to know about the drought. Many of you asked about what we haven't done much of before. Why is going talk to you about these salination we have potentially millions again on friday doorstep. We know that california is returning to a whiplash precipitation weather pattern. What is the current plan for our water supply. I understand that the sewage water in the bay area is cleaned before is put back into the ocean. If it is clean why not put it back into the water supply. Thank you for answering my question. That was steve heiress and eleven year. Old max all looking for how we can increase our water supply in our last episode. We started looking at ways to ease our water. Rose by conserving at home. Today we widen our scope to what can be done by our cities and local water agencies. We've got a quick break but when we come back. We'll get cracking on some answers. I'm olivia allen price. V support for bay. Curious comes from sierra nevada encouraging listeners to follow their spark work hard live like crazy and fill their cup with their curiosity. Sierra nevada spark your curiosity. We're answering questions. From steve heiress and max about the things. Local water districts can do to make us more resilient during these hotter drier periods. bay curious. producer katrina schwartz. Looked into some of those plans and she's here. Hey katrina hey olivia so when we asked the bay curious audience what. They wanted to know about drought. We heard back from so many people including steve wanting to know about desalination plants. We are a state with eight hundred and forty miles of coastline. Many of our big population areas are right near the ocean. Why don't we have more desalination plants well. Desalination plants are actually pretty controversial. I mean you're right. They sound good. We live next to the ocean. It's a huge body of water. Why not just use that as a water source especially because we do have the technology to do it but the reason that it's controversial kind of falls into two categories one is that it's very expensive both to build these plants and to run them and then second they can be pretty hard on the environment when you say it's expensive. What are we talking about. For the average consumer well figuring out what goes into water rates can be pretty complicated but we do know that. San diego has a functioning desalination plant right now water officials. There said that they built it because they wanted to diversify their water sources and be less dependent on buying water from their neighbors. The water that that desalination plant produces costs at least two times more than water from other sources and some residents down there in san diego are pretty upset about it. You also mentioned the environment. How is desalinating ocean water bad for the environment. Okay well i. It takes a lot of energy to strip the salt out of the water so these plants have big carbon footprints and until we have cleaner energy sources. That's a problem but also daniel ellis. Who's a senior scientist with. The state. Waterboard explains that these plants can hurt marine ecosystems. That's a huge issue. You have very salty ocean water and then when you desalinate you take out the salt. So what you're left with is a brian. That's about twice as salty as the ocean. Water that briny by product gets put back into the ocean and that has an impact on the environment wad of marine organisms are not built to live in sixty six parts per thousand hundred either built to live in thirty three and then there's the other side of it. Oftentimes it's even bigger the impact of taking in the water. You suck in twice as much water as you make. So you'd take one hundred ten million gallons a day of water. There's marine life living in there so the water that the plant takes in has small organisms. That you know. Make up the food chain for the rest of the marine ecosystem. So ellis says that whole process can have these cascading impacts on all the sea life all right. So those are some definite drawbacks but there are some times where diesel might make sense right. I mean it would definitely be an investment in a very reliable water source if nothing else. Yeah and some places in the bay area are considering it so marin considered at ten years ago but then decided against it for all of the reasons that we've already talked about namely cost environmental impact and high energy requirements. Now they're flirting with the idea again but sort of on a temporary basis so the plant that they're considering is projected to cost thirty seven million dollars. It would not be permanent. They would lease it to help them get through the next few years and it would provide about a third of the county's drinking water but it wouldn't be ready for another year or so and for comparison that temporary diesel plant is still weighed cheaper than the permanent one that marin was considering which was expected to cost up to one hundred seventy three million dollars and that estimate is from ten years ago. Now i know cleaning water that is less salty. Might make sense in some places. Can you tell us about that. Yeah antioch is in that position. So they're building a hundred million dollars. Salination plant right now that would allow them to clean the brackish water that they have at the mouth of the san joaquin river. So that's a mix of freshwater coming out of the delta and ocean water coming in with the tides and you know in a drought. There's less water coming through the delta. So that meet makes their water. Saltier officials there projecting that that plant will be completed in twenty twenty. Three antioch would get all of its water from that plant Also i should mention that. There is a functioning desalination plant in newark that also cleans brackish water and turns it into drinking water but ultimately again a lot of this comes back to equity for a lot of area residents water. That costs twice as much could be a real dealbreaker and at the same time experts estimate that we can save half the water we currently use. Which would be way cheaper. And it wouldn't require saddling ourselves with a super expensive desalination plant that we have to run all the time even when water is plentiful so you know some experts think desalination will be part of the mix of solutions down the road but a lot of people say given the array of options. We have at our disposal right now. Desalination shouldn't really be the first choice if diesel isn't the answer what are some other options. We've got well a big one is. Recycling are wastewater. That's what our listener. Max was asking about. That's cleaning up the water that we flush down the toilet or washed down the drain so that we can drink it again. Yeah and i know some people find that gross but wastewater treatment plants are capable of making the water potable again. The bay area council is a business and industry group they recently evaluated desalination regionally and found that wastewater treatment makes more sense. Adrian covert is a senior vice president of public policy. There he says the bay area dumps enough treated wastewater into the bay each year to fill.

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"bay" Discussed on Bay Curious

Bay Curious

08:14 min | 9 months ago

"bay" Discussed on Bay Curious

"From cutie. Today i want you to meet a couple of sandwich. Lovers sandwiches are kind of a big part of the culture of my family. That's lauren alexander. She and her fiance. Jonathan hilas love ordering those sandwiches on a specific type of bread dutch. Crunch it's like crispy and crackly on the outside and could of soft and slightly sweet white bread on inside now. Here's the thing about their now. Favourite bread neither. Jonathan or lauren had even heard of dutch crunch until they moved to the bay area. And when i tried it i was like wow. This is the best sandwich bread i've ever had. So they came to be curious with this very important question. We wanna know. Where does dutch french bread come from. And why is it seemingly only available in the vary. Move over sourdot today. Bay curious is bringing you a story. We first aired in two thousand nineteen. We'll take a bite of dutch crunch support for bay. Curious comes from sierra. Nevada brewing company family owned operated and argued over since one thousand nine hundred eighty proud supporter of independent thought whether that's online over the air or in a bottle more at sierra nevada dot com to get to the bottom of the dutch crunch origin story. We asked reporter. Amanda font to get crackling. I grew up in southern california but went to college. Sf state the first time. I encountered dutch crunch. I was at the ice in the student center. It was a revelation what makes the unique is the crunchy topping. That's baked onto the top of the role. That's what puts the crunch in dutch crunch. But what is it. I asked a professional. My name is mike. Mike rose and co owner of semi freddie's bakery on his business card. Mike lists his title as mad scientist because making great baked goods require scientific precision. I met him over at semi. Freddie's world headquarters in alameda for a tour and to see how they make that bread. The bakery is huge with a long row of enormous ovens dozens of hair net clad workers carry bags of flour or mix ingredients together. There's a whole walk in fridge filled with slowly developing sour. Go and as you can imagine. It smells incredible. But i'm here for the dutch crunch. So what are the ingredients in that crackly golden so delicious. I don't care that it's cutting the roof of my mouth. Special topping was topping our rice firewater. Sugar yeast oil and salt. All those things go into a big industrial mixer to be beaten into a paste. Meanwhile the bread dough is machine. Cut into square pieces that get rolled into sandwich size loaves on a conveyor belt. They get a final hand shaping as their set onto trays. They will the giant bowl full of topping. Mix over and scoop it into some pastry bags. Then they coat the whole top of each dough role in one smooth motion using a wide flat pastry tip in their raw state. They look like really pale. Maple bar doughnuts after being topped the pace. The trays of roles go into approved box and they were rise for several hours. You may have heard the term proof on the great british bake off the will been approved. It's been depraved depraved depraved. In this case we're talking about a warm slightly humid box where the raw dough can rise when the roles are baked. The topping crisps and snaps. Apart giving the roles their signature correctly. Look and now for a quick dutch crunch. asmar break just likely squeezing crackly topping. Now we know what makes the crunch but what about this dutch business. I asked mike if he knew anything about its origins I understand there's something called tiger bread. Bingo tiger bread is another name for dutch crunch. so called. because of its vaguely stripy pattern. I asked a friend of the show to pronounce the dutch translation of this name. Hi i'm neil's i'm from gunson. In the netherlands. I pronounce it tabled. It turns out dutch crunch. Aka tiger bread aka diabled isn't a california invention just borrowing the name of another place like the french dip sandwich it actually has dutch routes. That seems to go back to at least the early twentieth century in the netherlands. Erika j peters runs the culinary historians of northern california. I didn't know much about dutch. Crunches history in the bay area when you first got in touch with me and i was delighted to to get a chance to look into this. It's hard to trace the exact migration of tiger brad to the united states but it seems to have landed in the pacific northwest. What i found was that that's crunch as a term really starts in oregon around. Eugene oregon is is where we start seeing it in the nineteen thirties. That's right. the bay area was not the first american port for this beloved upon. The klamath news says the dutch crunch bread with delicious butter rice topping. So that is the. I mentioned that that i see is nineteen. Forty one to what makes it a dutch crunch. Bread newspapers ran. Ads for this delightful. New bread with slogans. Like it's fun to lunch on dutch. Crunch haven't tried this bread. Be to pick up almost for a real treat. Distinctive topping gives a delicious flavour. Which foreign dose to and within the decade bay area bakers began offering it locally but the california recipe wasn't quite the same. They're not doing that rice wash. They are instead using sesame seeds to get the crunch. We didn't start using the dutch crunch recipe. We know in love today until the early seventies. that's when people in san francisco start referring to making the bread with a rice flour. Wash the same as the people in oregon and in other parts of the country by then have been doing it. Turns out the bay area can't lay claim to the creation of dutch crunch and we don't have exclusive interest. I found it at a couple portland. sandwich shops. Tiger bread is still a thing in europe. And the new england grocery chain wegmans offers a similarly topped loaf. They call marco polo brad. However dutch crunch does seem to be more ubiquitous and popular in the bay area than anywhere else. It's not our baby but we raised it right. Can we get more of those crackly sounds. Oh yeah maybe we just chock it up to good. Taste that was reporter amanda font. Today's question came from morin alexander and jonathan hillis. If you're still crazy for carbs after that story you should check out our episode. About what makes san francisco sourdot unique will include a link in our show notes. Bay curious is made in san francisco at member supported. our show is produced by katrina schwartz. Brendan willard knee. Olivia allen price. Have a great week. Hey everyone olivia allen price here. I've come to ask you a favor. The bay curious team is trying to figure out what big exciting projects to take on the next year we would love your input go to acuity dot org slash bay curious survey to fill out our ten minutes survey. We want to know stuff like should we host more in real life offense or offer special episodes for kids maybe do an in-depth series about climate change weigh in on these ideas and more at k. Acuity dot org slash bay curious survey. Thanks so much for helping to shape the show..

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Bay Curious

06:15 min | 10 months ago

"bay" Discussed on Bay Curious

"In terms of really good archaeological records anyway or maritime people's seafarer peoples who had boats and who had come down the coast flash forward over the course of several thousand years as ice sheets melted sea level. Slowly rose water-filled what we now know as san francisco bay and at that time. Then you start seeing our early sites here the bay and those go back about five thousand years so at this point the ice age sabertooth cats would have been long gone but there would have still been an astonishing amount of wildlife around all the way up to the now extinct california grizzly bear and they would have been home to lots of sea otters which lightfoot says may have been hunted for their rich pelts overtime. People here came to process acorns into a kind of porridge and to use bows and arrows rather than spears to hunt animals like elk. They used to grass like plant called tuli to make lots of things like baskets nets for fish and even boats and structures tuli houses in lose low reads the grew along the shoreline. This is author and publisher malcolm margolin among his books is one called the only way that community nearly us margolin says one. Lasting emblem from the long long stretch of time before the spanish arrived. Are the shell mounds. By the time the first europeans king because they had one hundred miles around it in these films were accumulations of earth of shows of ashes from fires of refuge. Burials some were huge around three hundred feet in diameter and three stories high. They would have taken generations to build up so long. That margolin thinks their use may have gradually shifted over time. There's some questions to visit. The dwelling places over ritual polices terrific. She really you know. She from generation to generation some people use it as ritual so people use it as dwelling many shell. Mounds have since been paved over in places like berkeley and emeryville. The old sites are now shopping. Centers and parking lots. even today. there are ongoing disputes and protests over this type of development. Maybe the best surviving example of a shell mound is in coyote hills regional park near the east side of the dumbarton bridge. But that was only open to the public on certain occasions as to actors question about what happened to the bay area's first people. It's a sad story. Familiar to many waves of colonizers nearly wiped them out survivors had to give up their land and their way of life. Margolin calls the genocide of indigenous californians. An attempt to a race people as appeal said no use for news. I think we've had the sense of ms inferior beings in what they saw. Were people didn't have read closed until the right matters is never that religion. The devastation came in three waves. Starting about two hundred and fifty years ago. With the spanish conquest cruise. It could be initials king. Indians will join into the missions and many of them died from disease of killed outright then during the era of mexican control that followed the land was divided up in ranch cut loose from the spanish missions and with nowhere to return to aloni people were forced to work for mexican ranchers. Mexico gave up rights to california as part of the settlement that ended the mexican american war. A few months after california became a state in eighteen fifty. The first governor. Peter hardiman brunette said to expect a war of extermination against native people are family experienced a lot of hardships. That came with colonization. Too many hardships of a really list through it. All some indigenous people like vincent medina's great-grandmother quietly preserved in passed on the traditions her ancestors lift by for thousands of years if you could imagine the climate during that time and how hard it would be to practice these ways outward also during a time as well that our family kept these things going strong in isolation when not everything could be carried on when way that our families still found a way to keep these things alive was through documenting them medina says his great grandmother and other elders wrote thousands of pages on history language stories religion and food but my great grandmother survived time. She got through it and she's still kept our culture close passing on as much as she could to to everybody in our family around her and through those efforts that's how so many of us including myself grew up empowered with our culture. His family didn't speak true chania when he was growing up. Not even the elders then did but they remembered hearing their elders speak it. Medina says that along with the archives left behind has made it possible to reawaken the language over the last twelve years at one point. He didn't know a single person who spoke it and now a whole community is conversant and that shows right there in action. It shows how you can be able to have things back again that we might have not had a short time ago but that we were always meant to have medina's working to make indigenous culture more visible in other ways to he rents cafe aloni which serves indigenous foods. But what kinds of food. What i find on the menu there acorn soup. It's our most traditional food for lonely people. It makes me ill really proper for us. And he's one among many indigenous community members who are reviving traditional dance basket trie even making boats tuli reads madina sees all. This is carrying forward a story that began a long long time ago. Being here in the space knowing that we're indigenous here that we were created here. It gives us that responsibility in that that obligation to keep these teachings kept close with a lot of integrity. A.

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Bay Curious

05:58 min | 10 months ago

"bay" Discussed on Bay Curious

"Support for bay. Curious comes from sierra. Nevada brewing company family owned operated and argued over since nineteen eighty proud supporter of independent thought. Whether that's online over the air or in a bottle. More at sierra nevada dot com ecuador wanted to know some concrete things about the first people to live in the bay area. Who were the first inhabitants of this region. And what was it like for them. What happened to them. Are there any descendants. Left reporter daniel potter looked into actors. Questions hi daniel. How do you katrina so about that. Last question the people here today. It's really really hard to definitively trace that history back several millennia to before the end of the ice age. What we do know is that indigenous people have lived in the bay area for thousands of years and are still here it turns out not everyone likes the term descendants because descendants is something that puts us to be fragment of what we once worth so we prefer to call ourselves the aloni people up today and there's many aloni people that are alive today so horseshoe to he can occur cuts vincent medina. So hello good day. My name is vincent medina. I am in east bay. Aloni person medina's ancestors passed down stories of how the world came to be and how humans fit into it. In this tradition. The world began with a flood. There's a great flood where everything in the world was covered with water except for the two peaks of jewish talk. That's what we call melt. Diablo two stock literally means the place of the day. And there are god coyote. My he was the only figure that was alive during that time and they're mayan. Saw a single feather that came down and touch the water and out of that other came through hiwa or eagle and they became very close my on coyote in the reu. Hiwa eagle became best friends eventually. One day the water went down and the world as we know it began to be created. And there's these times before. Humans came to be everything was made safe for us. The conditions were made right for us but then when it was the right time we were created here immensly while here in the world was perfect for us to live here. Meaning that in those beginning stories before we arrived all those conditions were made possible for us to be here and it was at a time when it was safe when there is abundance there was food the way that we believe there were taught is also that it's not just centered on us as humans because there was life that existed before us where part of the story. But we're not the center of it. All this is one of many stories from the aloni nations. Almost everything we call the bay area from vallejo to big sur. That's all aloni land now within that there's at least fifty four independent nations. Speaking many languages like the one medina introduced himself in earlier called chino and beside aloni nations. The bay area is also home to me walk people's and others as to where the term aloni comes from medina says there are a few explanations sometimes people will say that it comes from the name of one of those smaller nations. I was describing on the san francisco in in salah phone. But we have another explanation for that in our family. Here in the east bay. We believe it comes from me. Walk term alone no aids which means people of the west. Now let's get to what it was like for people to live in the bay area. Thousands of years ago for that. I talked with kim lightfoot. A professor of anthropology at uc berkeley. And i direct our california archeology program. He says people were in the bay area as far back as the ice age which ended some twelve thousand years ago and at the time the bay area was not a frozen wasteland. The weather here was mild and the low sea level meant. The coast was miles further west than today. What's now san francisco. Bay was more like a lush river valley. But that time there was no bay. This predated the san francisco bay and people what he used that entire valley area that whole area along with whatever evidence. The folks there left behind. It's now underwater but people must have been around by then because there are signs of them. Further south some of the best oldest fines in california include stone tools for hunting and fishing on the channel islands off the coast near santa barbara the age where we have good records of archaeological materials. That have been dated With radiocarbon dating now go back. You know thirteen thousand fourteen thousand years ago. Lightfoot says there's not great evidence people here were hunting the mammoths and mastodons that were around at the time but it wouldn't surprise him in those early days. A lot of the menu was probably seafood. They earliest people that we have.

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Bay Curious

04:24 min | 11 months ago

"bay" Discussed on Bay Curious

"Out. Wilco yankee hotel foxtrot The tame impala that is headlining festivals this year bjork certainly has toured with people from mills college essentially. What mills did was Manipulate electronics and as a lot of music production has migrated to laptops. I hear it in a lot of hip hop production like playboy cardi jagged sounds of west And you hear it in pop music too. Which is funny. 'cause mills us the opposite of pop music but there was a big hit song a few years ago by justin bieber. Where are you now. That had this squeaky little dolphin sound and that sound you know could be traced back absolutely to people pushing and pulling tape through you. Know old tape players at mills. It's basically just taking sounding tweaking it and making it catchy. An addictive and on the top of the billboard charts ahead of their time. Then yeah and that kind of progression does happen a lot in all practices of art. I find this all really interesting personally. Because i grew up in the bay area. I live in the east bay. And obviously a new mills. College was there. But i didn't know much about this incredible music program and i guess i'm just curious if you have a sense for why. They are better known among their neighbors. I mean among folks that live in their backyard You know. I think the bay area likes to do really weird things and then give it to the world i think we just like to innovate and then move on very quickly. And we're not typically good at telling our own stories or canonizing our own recent history a. It's almost like we don't see it as our job to promote ourselves. We just like to be creative. And if the rest of the world catches up cool if not we don't care. I like that about the bay area. So i know one big part of this conversation about what happens to mills college and the music program is that it's been around a long time and it's been pushing the boundaries of contemporary music for years and years. And they have archives of all that stuff the archives the thing know the archive it. Just those tapes. Their scores there's instruments synthesizers. There's a whole wing of john cage's music there And it is gonna be really crucial to keep that from being private collector. Certainly and ideally kept for students to access and to use. Gasoline is k. q. e. d. senior arts editor. A lot is still unknown about what's going to happen to mills including the fate of the archive. Faculty are pushing for a solution that doesn't mean full closure of the university so stay tuned act. Please go check out all of you. The arts reporting at k. Q. e. d. dot org slash arts. They cover everything from music to local visual art to cool performances. That are happening around the bay. And if you wanna see steve. Silver sketches of beach blanket babylon characters alongside. What they look like onstage. Go to our website. Bay curious dot org. Our show is produced by susie rancho olivia allen. Price brendan willard and knee. Trina schwartz curious made number supported in san francisco. See next week. Hey it's modular from kikuchi arts. We wanted to let you know that. We're releasing a new season of award. Winning is cities. codends. We have to protect the art forms. A we have to protect coach. Equal parts history and how to this traveling docu series takes you to cities across the us where you hear from dancers who are keeping their cities unique culture alive. This is our culture. This is our lifestyle passed down in generations from honolulu to los angeles we partner with filmmakers on the ground to instill local pride in every episode find cities could dance now streaming on qwerty arts youtube. That's www dot youtube dot com slash. Take you d arts..

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Bay Curious

05:56 min | 11 months ago

"bay" Discussed on Bay Curious

"Support for bay. Curious comes from sierra. Nevada brewing company family owned operated and argued over since nineteen eighty proud supporter of independent thought. Whether that's online over the air or in a bottle at sierra nevada dot com allen klein grew up in the east bay going to theater he loves it. He even majored in theatre in college. I before the pandemic usually went about once a week and you start to see the same faces. He's noticed an insult to the theater. Going crowd especially at the more experimental theatres. He doesn't get it. The bay area has four tony award winning theater companies. We have notable stuff all over the bay area. And and yet i don't hear about how proud we are to have some of the best ballets symphonies in theaters and all of that. It's puzzled him for years. He wants to know. Why isn't the bay area known nationally. Ford's performing arts. It's a hard question to answer. But we're going to give it a go. I called up the san francisco. Chronicle's theater critic lily janik to get her perspective on alan question i think there is some validity to that question and i came up with a few hypotheses as to why that might be the case. I we have a lot of competition for tourist interest. We have some of the most beautiful natural scenery anywhere on earth and some of de best food and wine seconds. There's another kind of attention. And that is news attention. We have big tech so they kind of dominate. How many headlines can be about the bay area in other media outlets around the country and around the world third though we as a local art scene need to redefine the terms of our success so if a show that originates here is only truly a big deal if it ships to and succeeds financially in new york then. New york will remain the center of theater. A lot of famous shows got their start in san francisco. Wicked for one legally blonde is another huge broadway. Success that started here and in two thousand nineteen eighty-two proud the life and times of the temptations which premiered at berkeley rep was nominated for a tony award. I recognize fully my own complicity in this arrangement if a show created at berkeley rep gets picked up by broadway. You better believe that. I'm going to report that news but at the same time i recognize that by doing. I'm feeding into the same cycle. I just described to you. So what's the solution. I'm not sure another issue lily brings up is that san francisco's theaters may not be reflecting the tastes of the entire population here because they're dependent on current subscribers and donors who tend to be older and white and our country. We just don't give the arts. The kind of government support that could truly make theater of by and for the entire population and that means that we're producing the kind of shows that don't make the entire bay area feel a sense of ownership and pride in its art scene. I'm really excited. By the fact. That sean san jose has taken over the magic theatre of this goes back to the bigger structural ways that people look at it. This is shaun san jose the new artistic director of the magic theatre in san francisco and one of the founders of combo santo. He says figuring out why the bay area isn't more well known for performing arts depends on perspective and who defines success is all elitist classes white supremacist rooted thinking about. What is classic. What is good. What is recognized and clearly a place like the way that is historically culturally aesthetically so mixed culturally so rooted in the other quote unquote that were much more interested in plotting our own piece of land rather than sort of creating something that fits into something to be accepted. Sean says artists come to the bay area to push the limits. They're interested in blurring the lines between types of performance to tell stories that speak to this community from the like me or someone like our group compo santo. We're talking about a thing that responded to hopefully you know neighbors and residents. That's the goal. Once you hit that. Then you've hit your gold. He rejects idea that good theater flows from new york or london to the bay area. If anything he says that attitude is just more gate keeping the real thing that they're saying is like no. I don't think we're interested in your chicano body. I don't think we're interested in your gay neighborhood. I.

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Bay Curious

07:58 min | 1 year ago

"bay" Discussed on Bay Curious

"Game when i say bay bridge rush hour. Wouldn't you say frustration anxiety. Regret that. I didn't take part. Doom gloom and misery. You start to see whether cars are flying pastor. There's already traffic building up. It's either hope or horrible disappointment stopping in going and stopping and going all that goes through your mind. Is i am trapped with cars on every side of me and the last time i saw a video of this baby is it was collapsing in an earthquake. Paralyzing terror it's been a while since some of us have experienced the type of rush hour traffic that was normal pre pandemic but traffic is getting bad again and when the car is start to pile up those metering lights an old idea often resurfaces build another bay bridge. As soon as the bay bridge was completed in the nineteen thirties. People wanted a second bridge even back then. Traffic was terrible. Did you know the great american architect. Frank lloyd. Wright designed a bridge across the san francisco. Bay duncan keith of san jose did he studied in school. It would have been brilliant. And i think it would have been very influential and possibly change. The course of how other bridges subsequent to it would have been designed but rights vision for that. Second bridge never materialized. Dunkin wants to know why not today on the show. We're bringing you an episode that first aired in january of two thousand eighteen when even senator dianne feinstein was talking about a second bay bridge. I'm katrina schwartz. And you're listening to bay. Curious support for bay curious comes from sierra. Nevada brewing company family owned operated and argued over since nineteen eighty proud supporter of independent thought. Whether that's online over the air or in a bottle more at sierra nevada dot com cake you at silicon valley senior editor. Rachel myrow takes us back to the bridge. That never was frank lloyd. Wright loved the bay area. But you wouldn't know it because there just aren't a lot of his buildings around here seven or eight depending on how you count them including the houses. That's paul turner a professor emeritus in architectural history at stanford. He's the author of frank. Lloyd wright and san francisco a book. That's as much about the projects that didn't get built as the ones that did frank. Lloyd wright actually designed close to thirty projects for the bay area and they include some of his most unusual and then really amazing of buildings for example. His first skyscraper was designed for market street in san francisco. But right never got the commission. I san francisco skyscraper just as he never got a commission to design another bay bridge in the late nineteen forties. Right was competing for projects all across the country. A bay area engineer and fan of rights suggested he throw his hat in the ring for proposed second bay bridge. If there was some project that he found interesting he would do the design and then just hope it would get bill and he could promoted. You'd hoping we'll get that was in nineteen forty nine and right would spend the rest of his life the last decade trying to win over decision makers in california because he fell in love with his own proposal which he called the butterfly bridge the structure had the form of the action wings of a butterfly in reinforced concrete news. It's beautiful sculptural form when you look at the drawings that he did. I can't say. I see the butterfly in the butterfly bridge. I say well this is a family program. Okay from overhead. It looks like a giant lady. Parts suspended in the center of two concrete strings. Of course you can't sell a branch calling it. That or can you. Let's all visualized together that. We're watching promotional drone footage. We lift off from the san francisco end of the bridge at the terminus of army street now. Cesar chavez long curved concrete arms stretch across the water towards oakland carrying six lanes of traffic and two pedestrian walkways two arches that the roadways for the bridge separated the center and supported a hanging garden. People driving across the bridge could pull off into this landscape park and enjoy the views of from hypol- kind of crazy idea. That traffic going across the bay would stop. And there'd be enough room for parking and but that was the idea but right couldn't get the state to adopt the plan. The engineers in sacramento. We're able to say well. It's just not worked out in enough detail. We don't think it's gonna work it's too radical and very much but no thanks exactly and of course no bridge was was was built at all they ultimately they decided it wasn't necessary because a few years later people started talking about barred under the bay and so that became the solution to this traffic. Right call that idea suicidal which will turns out to be. An overstatement is the transbay tube is still going strong after more than forty years. But even as he neared the end of his life right never stopped trying to sell his bridge here. He is in his mid eighties making a pitch on k. Picks tv nine thousand nine hundred fifty three like construction on. It also seems to undulate doesn't as as well the water and reflection is needed to complete video of the ridge in the end right died and with it serious thoughts of doing something with his plans especially after the new expanded san mateo bridge opened in nineteen sixty seven every now and then for if people talk about an extra pasha bridge now stories in which bay bridge still captivates the imagination of of the public because it is so beautiful. That story was from k. Q. e. d. silicon valley senior editor. Rachael myrow so what does our question. Asker duncan keith of san jose. What does he think. Should we resurrect frank lloyd. Wright's butterfly bridge. As much as i would like to see this bridge have been built. That was for a different time. These days we're gonna make any investment it ought to be in transportation and getting trains across the bay not cars. We have enough cars already and you know throwing more cars across the bay just going to make the traffic situation on the peninsula and san francisco wars. You can check out photos of rights plans for yourself at bay curious dot org and hey while you're there be sure to cast a ballot and our latest voting round or send us a question. You've wondering about this. Show runs your curiosity bay. Curious is produced by susie rancho brennan willard and meek trina schwartz. Our show is a production of member supported. Achey in san francisco next week. Hello hello hello. My name is doris harsh. And i'm the host of right. Now we got something for you a new series highlighting how wheels community in culture come together in this very unique way here in the bay. 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Bay Curious

07:36 min | 1 year ago

"bay" Discussed on Bay Curious

"More at sierra nevada dot com start hiking. Let's do the three of us set off up the main trail. It's a gorgeous day after some rain and the hillsides are a lovely green. I would describe it as a walk into history. Ten million years of history as we walk up and back in history. Michael is full of fun tidbits. We just saw white tailed. And there's red tailed. Hawks cooper's hawks. There's all different kinds of like when i was in outdoor educator. We used to say freddy fungus met alice algae and he took a liking to each other after twenty minutes of walking near the top of the trail. We took a hard turn their. We're walking around the other side of the mountain. Yeah we are. Yeah and we are going to be very close soon to where. The top of volcano was time we arrive. What i think is the volcano a steep. Drop off into a crater. But michael tells me. That's not the volcano people come here. Oh look there's a big deep pit there that was of also called derek. No that was. That was a mountain that was taken away. The pit was dug by mining companies. They used the rock to build bay area roads and other infrastructure but if the crater isn't the volcano where is it well. Michael says we're standing in. What would have been the middle of it right now. You would it be inside the volcano ten million years ago. It sounds really hot. I'd love to be able to be put in a time machine and taken there and to see any of the the lava were kind of the rocks or that. The smoke was coming out. At the time i kind of blows my mind. Think about it. Like we're standing in the middle of the volcano. It's amazing it's amazing to think about and yet most people have no idea that this exists ten million years ago these hills would have looked more like your typical volcano with a peak and lava flowing out of it. Now it doesn't look anything like that is at the top of the volcano. One time would have been just across the valley from what we're looking. It has eroded away. The volcano has tilted on. Its side it's on its side. No wonder it doesn't look like volcano to understand all this geology. I went to kimberly blizniuk. A professor of geology. At san jose state there is something called the mendocino. Triple junction geologists. Just call it that because of where they found it and the mendocino triple junction is right now. Currently off the coast of mendocino as the name suggests it's a place where three plate boundaries come together a triple junction. Ten million years ago. That junction used to be down here near the east bay. At sibley volcanic region. The three plates are colliding sliding past one another and overlapping. The place where they meet is like a t junction and there's a little hole that allows magma under the earth to bubble up that's called a slab window. It's the slab window where magma bursts up through the crust and form a volcano and what are now the east bay hills sibley volcanic regional preserve and it gets crazier over millions of years after lots of earthquakes. Moving tectonic plates and shifting pressure. The land began to full. that's hello ball keno got turned on its side. Bear with me here. The best way to think about it is if you take pages of a book and you squeeze them together magin one hand on the spine of a closed paperback book and the other hand on the opposite pages. Now squeeze the pressure coming from both sides forces one part and the other down and what happens is that the pages will fold into a bowl and a little arc. It looks like a sine wave at sibley. The pressure came from faults and the book and this analogy is the land. We get something called congressional. Deformation where we squeeze the earth because There's a lot of stress that's being transferred from a calaveras to the hayward fall as these folks are evolving and producing earthquakes. When you squeeze the land between these faults they start to fold and tilt back on the hiking trail at sibley preserve. I looked behind me and see the tallest peak around round top. It's a conical mountain and looks more like how i imagine. An extinct volcano would look but no it was the center of the volcano. It's really have to count imagine it right. It's really hard to imagine when geologists examined the rock that makes up round pop. They found a came from deep within the earth it was pushed up by thousands of earthquakes and lots of plate movement over millions of years. Rally top is being eroded away more slowly than the other mountains and that's why it looks kind of like it stands on its own and that's why people think it is the volcano. Well they're partly right. It was part of the volcano. The best evidence. I can see the volcano that once stood. Here are some really cool rocks. All those reminds you of a place in the south west. that's not california right because of that redder utah or like you're on mars or something very kind of alien landscape. But there's one more thing we haven't explored yet it really drops off Does so the bottom of the quarry is a labyrinth that was secretly built in one thousand. Nine hundred ninety. It's a dirt path lined with grass and volcanic rock the trail loops back on itself creating a big circle about fifty feet across at the center. People have left trinkets. It was a beautiful round spot already. It already felt sacred. It already felt so good there helena. Mozzarella is the woman behind the labyrinth at the bottom of the quarry what michael called the most famous labyrinth in the bay area. Thirty years ago. Helena lived near sibley and would hike there often with her pet goat together. They'd wandered down to the bottom of the quarry. One day she decided to build a labyrinth out of mud. Labyrinth is one of the oldest contemplative transformational tools that mankind used for centuries. I mean centuries old at mazes what you get lost in. This is a labyrinth. It's universal so there's one way in and one way out. It's a type of walking meditation. The bay area has many labyrinths including famous ones in grace cathedral and lands end. I just did it just to do it right. I just did it with mud. Didn't even think it was going to last that long and actually it has been there thirty years. The east bay regional parks district doesn't condone rogue labyrinth builders but this one has been there so long and tended with such care that they look the other way.

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"bay" Discussed on The PewterCast : A Tampa Bay Bucs Fan Podcast, Buccaneers

The PewterCast : A Tampa Bay Bucs Fan Podcast, Buccaneers

03:40 min | 1 year ago

"bay" Discussed on The PewterCast : A Tampa Bay Bucs Fan Podcast, Buccaneers

"Completion percentage it was like in the you know like the fifties and sixties. And now he's got it up around and over seventy. That's really been the you know. The chance always got the big arm you know. He's always had the legs they can move around and and get out of trouble and pick up a first down when he needed. Or whatever But you know Decision making the football and is being more accurate has really propelled them. Because you know they've had the defense for you know a couple of years now And they've maintain that and they've they've they've got a pretty good offensive blind You know they've got a. They got the single terrier singing single. Terry i think oh you him. The guy cargo confused. But you know they got some guys that can do things but you know And like you talk by stefan digs left minnesota. Now he's up there and he's just tearing it up you know they seem to be best. Buds the alan digs combination. So yeah bright future for buffalo gonna be. That will also probably be prime time game. I'm okay. I'm okay with primetime games. Despite the the the the prime time game thing about like the white uniform thing to me this year all right so that's the afc. East buccaneers will also be facing the nfc east next year. That's gonna be the there'll be at the eagles It'll be at washington. Whatever whatever the name of that football team will be then if red tail they should just come back and be redskins. That would be hilarious. That would be absolutely but you have. Eagles watching friend burnt not do that. At risk at washington they will be playing host to yet again. The new york giants we will face them three years in a row. The who's the other team the cowboys. Guess the cowboys will be an tampa bay. Talks to me about these fourteen. These four games run. Sure i mean you'd like to think this would have been the year to one face them right But they're in a lot of turmoil lake It's pretty much fifty fifty. What's that yeah vision. Turmoil are start with the eagles like their. The fan base is pretty much fifty fifty if they want to keep doug peterson back his super bowl. karma or what is it. What is it cash there. You go He's us about all of it up Now then they got the whole thing with with hurts the quarterback against once the quarterback and now there's rumors leahey out that once isn't happy about the way it's going but they decided to huge contract and he's got like seventy seven billion dollars in guaranteed money still coming from him so like if philly wants to get him off the books and go with hurts like they're gonna have to eat a lot of that you know like so they've got they've got problems all over the place Their defensive backfield their corners or the secondary. Say if they just cut him next year he's he's got sixty million dollars in dead cap money he'll be thirty five million dollar cap it and then thirty. What twenty five the next year. Yeah yeah yeah. That's thirty six the year. Oh no sorry. Thirty one and then thirty six thirty two following that. That's so he's he's got a thirty million dollar cap hit the next three years four years the next the next four years. He's a thirty million dollar cap it but if they cut him next year if they out cut him he's a sixty million dollar cap hit next year of segments. Bite the bullet for a year and said of onum under twenty million dollars so there you go there's the eagles they're not gonna look contract like honestly looking carson wentz played. Who's taking that contract to take over. Nobody detroit they'll do it just because they do stupid stuff..

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"bay" Discussed on The PewterCast : A Tampa Bay Bucs Fan Podcast, Buccaneers

The PewterCast : A Tampa Bay Bucs Fan Podcast, Buccaneers

05:23 min | 1 year ago

"bay" Discussed on The PewterCast : A Tampa Bay Bucs Fan Podcast, Buccaneers

"Wanna see some more fornet but not at the cost of Rodeo anymore you know after these last three weeks, it's it's if this is what we're going to get on a consistent basis when Rojo Joe, get somewhere between eighteen to twenty five touches give him the ball. Just you know like I, I don't care like just give him the ball. And then you know waller is going to be a big match add to that. Yeah. The remaining thirty five plays that are that are in the book for the game I don't care who gets how many like one of the things this this ABC signing brought. Again, the how you going to make everybody happy with the number of touches that they're going to get look here's the bottom line if the team is winning and you're not happy with the amount of touches as you. Get go somewhere else and most of these guys are going to sit back and tell you I don't care about what I'm getting as long as the team is winning you know and people say, Oh, you know Mike. Evans is so concerned about his thousand yard thing look I was concerned about that a little bit too but that pales in comparison to just win the Freakin game just win and I guess Evans sitting there saying just win the game. Yeah. It's only stat that matters. Is the only one we remember years down the line the only one. Yeah and finish up what I'm looking forward to is and I was looking forward to this. Even before you know the whole offensive line got got, you know send out of the building got sent to exile island will say. Is. Is the front seven against this raiders offense flying because they're good and what they can do is they can run the ball and Josh. Jacob is a punishing back and I want to see Levante. David. Daven white running downhill and see if they can stop the raiders, keep this street going of only having one hundred yard in the you know. Since the beginning of two, thousand, nineteen it's something that I'm looking forward to, and then what I asked Ralph about is the corners on rugs I wanna see what happens with that. Of course, waller again is going to be can be a big mismatch I wanted to todd bowles has you know has in the bag to try to neutralize him. But besides that you know. This is either going to be a shootout like all the raiders games you know. Whoever has the ball last wins if the bucks on shoot themselves in the foot obviously with penalties and turnovers, it's it but it also could be a you know what? What? We saw Sunday against Green Bay not necessarily ten nothing and they can't get a first down like Aaron Rodgers got fifty one yard they data total fifty, one yards after they scored ten points fifty one..

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The PewterCast : A Tampa Bay Bucs Fan Podcast, Buccaneers

05:04 min | 1 year ago

"bay" Discussed on The PewterCast : A Tampa Bay Bucs Fan Podcast, Buccaneers

"He had just gotten their right to. So he was a free agent and he signed with Seattle and then via got hurt he with Seattle's practice squad because basically he's on the practice squad to get in football shape it's not like he's staying there. But instead of eating up a roster spot, Seattle's keep on the practice squad and then the buck said, hey, you know we we don't we need you. You don't have to get in football shape if you don't want to. Play shape you're right now off. This role, this role towards the quarterbacks Nike snacks But yeah, he said, no, he's like no I like where am and I'm GonNa stay which is something that you know like snacks when he may be eligible for the practice squad except for this year, right? Right. So it's just something you know as fans you're not used to seeing where it's like, Hey, you wanna come play for NFL roster. Making grand a week like. You can come over here for three weeks minimum and make fifty six, grand a week, right? No, no, no, I'm good these. Twenty four grand for one, hundred, and fifty. Grand. Exactly. I I don't know I even with with having the career that you know these guys have in banking up to have I'd I'd have a hard time without I really would Oh, to talk about how much you know it is like you said, it's all about how much money you have and. It is. It really is because I remember I. Think I was in high school I you the Bill Gates story reporter in the ranch you have told me but you have not told her listeners now that you've said it you gotta say it. So go ahead. Okay This was back in high school. When Microsoft, I hit it big and Bill Gates Bill Gates and he wasn't quite as richly is now but he was very very rich and he bought this big ranch in Montana and he paid over market value whatever that was we'll say like it was worth. Three point two million dollars and he paid like eight point, four million dollars and the reporters charted. You know rhythm him going Oh. Great. GonNa pay like three times. You know the going rate and Bill Gates looks down he goes that's like couch change to me, and then he just told the guys like I set this guy up for life him and his family for generations. You know I'm doing this guy a favor. I'm being a nice guy and you're sitting here calling me a dumb dumb. You know like like that couple of billion dollars is going to meet a lot more of that guy than it does to me. That's kind of what is with snacks for you and me like twenty, four grand. That's you know I'll take it one, hundred and fifty. Grand Oh. Yeah. Definitely. Take that. What are you have to do? I have to move for three weeks? Yes. Like Sleeping Hotel be fine I'll sleep in my car like. For, three weeks sleeping my car for three weeks. One hundred and fifty grand. Yeah. So you know it's all about which got apparently just see you guys know this is the buccaneers are not the only team that snack that has reached out to him, and they are not the only team he has rebuffed guy. Worried. But one of those teams that did reach out to him was the Green Bay packers who the Tampa Bay, buccaneers obviously are facing tomorrow. Sunday, whatever what are you guys listening to? This will be tomorrow. So and you're listening to it now rights which hello to everybody who is listening to a now. Let's see here. Hey, Ren We finally got an update on a guy named Justin. Evans yes. Yes. I did I ask I, watched it live for those who are not watching the video podcast. I am putting the word updates in air quotes. Now. Earlier I did a paraphrase today. I. Would like to in this particular case. I would like to quote be A. Okay. We think he's getting better hasn't done any well, he's running a little bit that's it. Can. You say something had been tricky he said it's funny is Justin Evans. Injury is funny. It's like it's a funny one. We thank getting better. We think he's getting better. He hasn't done any. Well, he started running a little bit. That's your update folk update guys. So everybody other who continues to ask about Justin Evans. That's it which no one does anywhere. No one cares anymore now that will feel as soon as they can let them go. They're probably gonNA cut them right. I don't know. I think they'd like to keep them around and as long as it's not messing up the CAP I. Fine with that but you know you might be right. You know it's just one of those things where they have to wait till he's not injured and then cut him but no one cares anymore because winfield came out and was having a great rookie year. So in Whitehead's doing good enough but let me ask you this that could change by the end of the year. Let me ask you this Cheryl. Remote Winfield. There's Whitehead. Yes. Mike Edwards. Indra on all the other guys if Justin Evans could come back to the health in the in the play that he gave us before he got injured right who would you rather have playing opposite of Antoine? Winfield would it be just in Justin Evans or do you like one of these other guys better? Gosh. It's keeping migrants in been football since October twenty eighteen Gavin I can't quantify that someone's going to act like like he directly what he was when he let..

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"bay" Discussed on The PewterCast : A Tampa Bay Bucs Fan Podcast, Buccaneers

The PewterCast : A Tampa Bay Bucs Fan Podcast, Buccaneers

01:40 min | 1 year ago

"bay" Discussed on The PewterCast : A Tampa Bay Bucs Fan Podcast, Buccaneers

"And I never would. I would I would thrown like dog poo at him. I know how you feel about jerseys in public. So it's not just being a broncos fan like. Art that's gotTa Suck Man Yeah I mean just like you pay I mean I wouldn't feel sorry for like it's your fault. ELWAY's almost dead needs a crappy GM like jump ship. It's over. We're taking applications. Right? Isn't that the and? You GonNa have to help me out here because I have a long history of saying I don't really pay attention to a whole lot of other teams like I'll watch the games but I don't pay attention to WHO's who and who's wear, and I know the big names like von Miller is out I know drew lock is out I know I. Know You know they're superbeet up but let's go through their injury report row quick tower for the game has devante Harris drew lock. You Have Philip Lindsey, who is doubtful, which means most likely will not play Jerry Judy is question which means most likely well played did. Participate on Fridays practice. However, they have also said he is a game time decision. All names I recognize. So congratulations thank you. It doesn't often happen, but it does happen, and then they have a list of nine other people on their on their injury report all of whom will go they will play and there's a handful people Bradley Chubb obviously is on there. You're anyway. But let's talk about what is this A relatively healthy Tampa Bay buccaneers team, not even relatively a very healthy Tampa Bay buccaneers team that made a marked improvement from week one to week two we expect a marked improvement from week to week three going up against what almost seems like a string of practice squad guys who just signed Blake.

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Bay Curious

03:48 min | 1 year ago

"bay" Discussed on Bay Curious

"To answer Michael's question about when wine country got start and how it became. . So popular, , we brought in reporter Christopher Beale Hey Christopher Hay alluvia. . So let's start with when wine grapes were first planted in the North Bay. . When was that all the way back in eighteen twenty three the Spanish created a mission in Sonoma's. . It's the first place where grapes were intentionally planted in wine country but the wine made from these grapes was Sacramento Kinda like alcoholic. . Grape juice used in church, , not what we would recognize as wine, , and then in eighteen thirty s some of the early European settlers in the NAPA sonoma valleys would have grown some basic wine grapes as well. . Now, , when does the wine country that we think of today start to take shape for the sake of the story let's start in eighteen forty California is ten years from entering the Union and this guy named Charles Krug arrives in San Francisco. . Crew was a German after the revolutions of eighteen, , forty eight in Europe the comes into San Francisco. . It was the editor of a German language newspaper in San Francisco. . That's Jim Lapsley he managed agricultural continuing education at UC Davis for more than thirty years with focus on wine-making. . Now, , after a few years in San Francisco Charles Krug gets married and ended up as a dowry getting quite a bit of land. . This is the area just North of Santa Lena where the Charles Krug winery is located considered. . It'd be the first commercial winery in Napa Valley. . The wine country story is really one about marketing and innovation, , and this Guy Charles crew gets credit for a lot of the early innovation and wine country including being the first to use a cider press, , which is kind of like a slotted barrel to press wine grapes before that grapes were generally crushed by people's feet. . When California entered the union, , it was a place where we could grow grapes because the climate was quite similar to the southern Mediterranean. . It was dry during the summer it had wet winters and differ grew very well here in California. . For, , is a species of grapevine. . It's used to make wine after the early success of pioneers like Cruyff people began to plant grapes and produce more wind and the NAPA and sonoma valleys. . But this was still considered low quality table wine and it continued to represent only a fraction of the US market mainly because it was still cheaper for east coast consumers to import wine. . From Europe by boat, , then from California by train. . But that all changed in eighteen, , seventy five, , the US government stepped in and increase the tax on imported European wines to twenty cents a gallon which leveled the financial playing field for California's wine producers, , and as a result, , the wines dig it imported from Europe can be much more expensive wines and oak wine that was everyday drinking. . That became the from California. . Now. . It wasn't a linear march from this moment today. . The wind industry suffered a few major setbacks over the years but one way or another managed to survive them. . Here's a few of the important ones I wine country was almost destroyed by bugs in the eighteen seventies. . This is a microscopic bug that eats the roots of wine grapes. . It's related to an eighth fit in it's called. . PHILOXENIA. . And when it arrived in wine country, , it destroyed the vineyards to kill the vineyards and the only way could really come up with a solution was to plant on grafted vines the bottom, , the rootstock would be a native variety and then on top graft with Vida's Benifica.

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Bay Curious

04:47 min | 2 years ago

"bay" Discussed on Bay Curious

"Thousands of years before Checchi was a reservoir, the valley was home to several native American tribes. The name Hetch hetchy probably derived from the me. Walk Word Hatch, Hatschi, which means edible grasses, the valley floor would have been full of them, and they were important food source, but in nineteen twenty-three those grasses were buried under billions of gallons of water when the reservoir was finished to find the answers to the rest of Alex and heath questions, reporter Sara Craig, found herself someplace unexpected in the hills of San Bruno. We've arrived just in time to catch some action at the Harry Tracy Water Treatment Plant. Really, high. Spillover! VERICOSE OH, wow! Drinking water from all over is getting filtered here to move large and small particles, but water from hetch Hetchy is so pure. It doesn't need to get filtered although it does get disinfected with chlorine, an ultra violet light. Let's start at the very very beginning where the water starts, that's. And she's joined by Suzanne, Goatee. They work for San Francisco's Public Utilities Commission and a ton about Hetch hetchy water. They tell us it all starts high in the SIERRAS so high. The water isn't water. It's snow. The snow that we're talking about. Is this know that falls on the Twala me. River watershed, which is four hundred ninety two square miles. That's about the size of this city of La all the snow in that watershed Melton to the TWALA me river and three smaller creeks which empty into the Hetch hetchy reservoir. On average per year at San Franciscans consume would be equal to a foot of snow covering that Ptolemy River watershed. To put this into perspective, it takes five feet of snow to fill the hole reservoir once-melted that water leaves the reservoir from o'shaughnessy Dam. And then so look at this map. It travels through a whole series of tunnel so here we're moving through the mountain tunnel. In along the way it goes through hydroelectric dams that generous about seventeen percent of San Francisco's electricity. Did you know that the power from Hetch hetchy from water. That's what actually powers your school. Yeah, I. I go to Jefferson <hes>. Yeah, it probably yeah. Yeah not even the the Muny Light Rail that you've seen San Francisco Yup. I ride on those sometimes. The water travels downhill the whole. Rushing through tunnels drilled through solid granite. PIPELINES LINED WITH CONCRETE Picture a giant underground waterslide, twisting around mountains and under rivers, and then it takes about three days for the water to get over here all the way into San Francisco. Is. Kinda long, isn't it but yeah, okay only three days sure. It would take a long that do like four or five as maybe a week will need. It's not a bad guests. How do you know that it takes three days? Did you send like some kind of a probe in the water to to time it? We have flow meters throughout the system. and. Yes yes, it'll tell you how much water is moving through what pipeline so we do a little bit of math and you say one hundred sixty seven miles. At three feet per second equals about eighty three hours, but those eighty three hours are rough estimate because operators are always releasing different amounts of water, depending on how much people use. Okay any takes us outside to where some of our drinking water is stored. We're standing on a hill, looking down at a huge tank that holds eleven million gallons. So this is one of those places where we regulate shifts in demand on a daily basis. It's white. Sheen reflects the bright sunlight making it hard to look at so maybe for the water bottle to huge giant water bottle for the whole bay area. Alex suggests we stand on top of that water bottle. Over there now, okay, don't look down. And coaches himself over a narrow meadow footbridge, fifty feet above the ground

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Bay Curious

03:35 min | 2 years ago

"bay" Discussed on Bay Curious

"Everyone it's Olivia Allen price and this is bay curious. This Friday is June nineteenth, but to many people. It's much more than that. It's June. Teeth a celebration of freedom. The holiday has been around since the late eighteen hundreds, but it may take on a new residence this year given the protest for racial justice happening across the country. A few major local employers have even made June eighteenth a paid holiday for their staff. Here at bay curious, we like to keep our eyes on search engine trends and we've noticed a lot of locals are asking what is June. Teeth so I up. We've got a quick primer for you from reporter assaults on a poor. For one weekend each year, thousands of people come together at the Lauren district in south. Berkeley, you'll see drummers traditional African clothes, street vendors, selling barbecue and an exhibit, documenting local black history is all for Berkeley's annual June teen festival, which the city celebrated almost every year since nineteen eighty. It some AB- rates the black experience. That's what I always tell people, Dolores not cooper has been organizing Berkeley's June eighteenth festival for the past thirty three years June teen stands for June nineteenth, and it was the day that general granger road into Galveston Texas on June nineteen, eighteen, sixty five, and let the slaves. They are know that they were free in. This was two years after the Mansa proclamation. This was the last group of enslaved people. People to learn, they'd been freed. The celebration evolved into June teams an annual holiday commemorating their emancipation delores says it's meant to remember the nightmare of slavery while celebrating the resilience of the African American community, we have to to our own horn and let people know that what we've done is significant without our contribution. America just simply would not be America so June teeth puts black joy and culture, front and center through food, frightening dance and music. The more you know, the more familiar you are, the better you feel, and it's not just. Oh, I like that music, and all I like the culture kind of thing, but just knowing black people as individuals. That have the same needs and wants as everybody else, but this year is June. Team will look a bit different, so we are doing an online commentary with writings from riders artists about the Penn Dim make about civil unrest about the current status of black lies. delores says they're calling this virtual event. No justice, no emancipation. She says the organizers will publish daily commentaries by black artists about how they're. They're processing the current moment. One article draws comparisons between protesters and comic book characters. Another is about running while black in response to the killing of a Motte Arboretum Dolores, says the at the end of the celebration she'll compile the writing into a magazine so that people have a keepsake to remember this June teams by the civil unrest makes us hopeful about the future in America and the changes that. potentally can come.

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Bay Curious

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"bay" Discussed on Bay Curious

"Jin's popularity can be traced back to prohibition when the manufacturing and selling of alcohol became illegal in nineteen twenty people got creative have you ever heard of bathtub gin? Well, that was literally people making Jin in their bathtub. It was cheap and easy. And there was a lot of it. So when president Roosevelt repealed prohibition thirteen years later there was plenty of generosity and just waiting to be drunk. Thirty six against prohibition is happy news while the grain raises of the United States, and many others throughout the land rose about cheers in the end of prohibition with nothing, but a MARTINI. So that's a big deal right there. Prohibition. Really kind of gave the MARTINI the leg up. I mean, it is just like this granddaddy of cocktails and this granddaddy came from here the San Francisco Bay area. Well, it probably came from here in nineteen Eighty-three. The San Francisco court of historical review, a group with no actual legal authority. They held a mock trial over the origin of the MARTINI. And they determined that their city was the cocktails. Rightful birthplace. But not to be outdone a mock court in Martinez overturned that ruling shortly after. When I press Jennifer to MIR and Gabriel on where the MARTINI was invented. No one is willing to say anything definitively. But finally, Jennifer gives it to me straight. So do you think it's important that people know where the MARTINI came from God. No, no, no one no one needs to know any of this. I mean, if you're if you're enjoying yourself at my bar. That's really all I care about..

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Bay Curious

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"There's no denying the MARTINI is icon. Ick. Do something for you, Mr. bond just drink about teeny shaken not stirred, of course, there's JAMES BOND, and it even has its own emoji. But just exactly where the cocktail was invented. How it got its name? Even what it's made of. That's where things get muddled here with our next installment of the Golden State plate series is Bianca Taylor. All right. I'm gonna make a MARTINI. Cocktail the way we do here at bull valley road house. And it's two parts of this old Tom gin, which is sweeter chin. The two inches of this in in the year. I'm with bar manager to near ben-shalom at the bowl valley road house in this tiny East Bay town of port Kosta, exactly half of that one of our Torino vermouth bland, what's the perspective? You've how to me? It was the MARTINI. Martini to me or makes a mean drink. But when I start asking him more and more questions about where the MARTINI comes from. He tells me I really just need to get in my car and drive twenty minutes down to Martinez. I'm standing on the corner of may sonic, and I'll hamburger streets, and there's a lot on a giant boulder in a parking lot, basically. And it says birthplace of the MARTINI. So not only does Martinez lay claim to the drink with a plaque. It throws an annual MARTINI festival, and the drinks origin story is all over the city is official website. But Gabriel close a San Francisco bartend. Nder who collects and studies old cocktail recipes? He says there's actually a lot of controversy about where and who invented the MARTINI is origins are. So murky a drink. It's not like entered into the public record. According to the plaque. The Martinez story goes like this. On this site in eighteen seventy four a bartender served up the first MARTINI when a minor came into his saloon with a fistful enoug-. It's and ask for something special. He was served a Martinez special after three or four drinks. However, the Z would get very much in the way the drink consisted of two-thirds gin one third vermouth a dash of orange bidders poured over crushed ice and served with an olive. But Gabriel tells me a really similar story. It also takes place in the eighteen seventies. But this time it happens in San Francisco. It starts with a minor who comes into a bar Oxydental hotel with a sack of gold, and he wants to trade it in for a bottle of whisky, so bartender. Jerry Thomas gives them the whiskey and to special drink that he just made up off the cuff to call it. The Martinez and eighteen eighty seven the recipe for the Martinez was documented for the very first time in. Jerry, Thomas's bartenders got it on his recipe. Looks a lot like the classic MARTINI. And here we've got the old Tom gin and vermouth. This is one part old Tom two parts. Vermouth? Jennifer Kallio is an award winning bartender and a self-proclaimed cocktail nerd, I like the MARTINI because I love I love all the stories. And I love that. There's this Eric mystery to it h l Mencken called the MARTINI. The only American invention as perfect as the sonnet. She loves martinis so much. She's made a spreadsheet the documents all of them are teenage variations that she's found over the years. It's like four hundred sixty nine entries. Some of the drinks are made with the exact same recipe. But they have different names. We've got the Chris racquet club, the Dewey, the dry MARTINI, the Marguerite, and the Nutting all those are made with the same ingredients one to one gin and driver move with orange bidders. So which one is the right one. There is nothing. Empirical here there are people writing other people's recipes there are people naming drinks after themselves or after the bars, they work in this explains. Why it's so hard to nail down the difference between Martinez and a MARTINI. Let alone figure out where it was invented. But regardless of what it was called. It's very obvious that emerged teeny style. Gin drink was really popular at the turn of the century. People. Always drank whatever they had around and. You know when America was being settled, there's a lot of gin here and that wasn't an accident..

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