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"beverly hills los angeles" Discussed on The Wolf's Den

The Wolf's Den

02:35 min | Last week

"beverly hills los angeles" Discussed on The Wolf's Den

"Here's the deal. Having a small group of people over to my home in los angeles and the question all of their asking is what's next in life. These people who had massed ready and see what's that one thing that one distinction take them to the next level of money and success beginning close right now to that seven figures ear. Maybe trying to get the eighth easier. The point is that this is an opportunity. You right now to come to my house in beverly hills los angeles here and join with nine other people all the ultra high achievers to attend my mastermind event which is led by me. Now it's gonna happen here is very special and it's going to be nothing short of life changing you in this group of top business leaders to spend the weekend with me in pence regimented brainstorming sessions. We also going to get the have some todd that an hour or more with the one on consulting with me personally along with the special breakout session where i'm going to be sure most cutting edge secrets of sales marketing strategy things. I'm using myself right now to scale my own businesses in a massive way but the real magic by this mastermind line is. You're also going to get in the hot seat in front of all these other top performers other words every person in the mastermind is going to have that opportunity for an hour or more to sit in the hot seat. Where all the collective energy brain power and expires. We laser-guided on you focused on you and your company and helping you take things to the next level. These that you thought were impossible for this day will start become very possible you as soon as you leave when this is over you can go home feeling energized with new ideas new plans and most importantly a network of very powerful new contacts. Who'd help you make them happen fast. I'm opening up my entire rolodex to you. As old people were attending to do the same. I'm telling you the results that you're gonna get here from this. Mast will be nothing short of staggering. Now a little bit about how this actually works. I you're gonna fly into a dr abdul. Pick up at the airport. Love your favorite drinks waiting at my house balls of a world class championship of the best you've ever had. This is going to be fun and.

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Supporters Of President Donald Trump Rally In Beverly Hills, Los Angeles After Projected Loss

KNX Weekend News and Traffic

02:53 min | 2 weeks ago

Supporters Of President Donald Trump Rally In Beverly Hills, Los Angeles After Projected Loss

"In the street for Joe Biden or rallying for President Trump in cities across the country. Right now, you heard D c San Francisco, Philadelphia and right here in Los Angeles. Real three. Add Cayenne X. We're going to go out to Beverly Hills right now. P Demetrio has been covering a pro trump rally There has look Pete It's growing. I would say probably 252 300 people now on both sides of the street, both of the street in Santa Monica Boulevard in the cross in a parking lot, and the train of cars have keep circling the block coming in from other areas of the four or five freeways are continuing and continuing to make noise. One that always dies off. It's because they go past the parade, and then they turned up 2 to 3 blocks where they're able to them, make a turn and then come back and make another pass. So that was the whole house for the silence certain points Other people like Lisa said she was here for a reason. She says she believes that the president actually want on election night as to how long the legal fights my going on to resolve this matter one way or the other. She sugar handle? It says Really. She can't forecast. I would imagine it would go a long time. But I have no idea but I do know and believe that our president Trump is a fighter and he's honest and he and his family and supporters want justice. We want the truth. So far, I've seen no problems with any arrests or any issues with the police or members of this crowd. And I haven't seen any sign of anti Trump demonstrators anywhere near this particular rally Reporting live on Santa Monica Boulevard in Beverly Drive, Pete Demetriou, Okay and extent, 70 news radio. So that is Beverly Hills Now Now to to West West Hollywood. Hollywood. They're They're celebrating celebrating the the Biden Biden Harris Harris victory victory Here's Here's can can extend extend seventies seventies Emily Emily Valadez. Valadez. It It is is a a massive massive party party on on Santa Santa Monica Monica Boulevard. Boulevard. I'm I'm going going to to say say there's there's thousands thousands of of people people here. Most are just prompted you to come out and celebrate in the street? Instead of staying home and doing it? I can't sit at home when I have everybody out here to celebrate with, like a party. A total party. I'm high and I haven't touched a thing today. A lot of LGBT flags out here to a lot of people have been telling me you know they were afraid of the policies of in the Trump administration. Would have hurt people who are LGBTQ. Eso another reason.

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Beverly Hills, Los Angeles Police and Businesses Ready for Election Unrest

KNX Afternoon News with Mike Simpson and Chris Sedens

00:46 sec | 3 weeks ago

Beverly Hills, Los Angeles Police and Businesses Ready for Election Unrest

"In Beverly Hills. You might want to avoid that area for a couple days. Starting now. Beverly Hills police preparing for the worst on Election day and the day after closing off the city, many of the main roads into the downtown shopping area with Concrete K rail, especially rodeo drive. We're asking that, you know, Election Day and days become your asking everyone to be cautious. Be aware it's in a Max. You've been speaking with can ax. He's with the Beverly Hills Police Department of the Beverly Hills Police Department is preparing right now. Ask him if they've been tipped off to any kind of trouble. As we all know intel for change. It could be a papa protest that may occur. It could be a planned protests. In addition to their own force, they're bringing and help from another department Also Oh, hiring armed guards. guards. Craig Craig

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"beverly hills los angeles" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

03:40 min | 3 weeks ago

"beverly hills los angeles" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"Difficult and I'm Vicky. More top local story at 9 30 l, a unified in some other districts in California Big district's calling on the governor to issue a standard uniform standard. For reopening schools and getting kids back on campus that's called to join us in a commitment to this common standard. This is the path we need to be on return students to schools in the safest way possible. Keep them in school. While we deal with the impact the virus is having all the school community teachers, staff students and their families. That's L. A schools chief Austin Beauterne His recorded weekly update this morning USC education Dian Pedro Noguera, one of the nation's leading voices on education issues, including how social and economic issues really affect student achievement, he says It is way past time for the governor to think Cal points behind. There are other states that have been asked to reopen schools. New Jersey schools are open in many parts of the state. They had infection rate higher than ours. So if they can do it in other parts of the country, we can certainly do it in California, but we shouldn't leave it up to every district gets to political at that level we need. The governor of the state by the teacher's Union recently said that many of their teachers don't want to return to campus until there is a vaccine that is widely accepted. With better, very contentious presidential raised tens of millions of people already have bailed in the ballots and voted and young people are getting in the votes to here in California. But as you know, some promise to vote and never do. There are three times as many young people registered to vote here in California's there were in 2016 and these generations. The voters have already returned Mohr mail in ballots this year than the total turnout for the group in the last presidential race, And yet, experts say these young voters are still much less. It's likely to cast a ballot that somebody who's 40 and over. Amy Ludwig is the executive director of a nonpartisan group that tries to coax students to take part to vote June. It's always have a passion for democracy at the end there issues are pretty self motivating, which is I think of their 18 and as it should be, And yet she also believes people underestimate young voters. I think we're all going to be pleasantly surprised. Come Tuesday here in California people over the age of 50 makeup a whopping six The 1% of the electorate while Generation Z voters only make up 11% John Baird k an axe 10 70 NewsRadio. What's gonna happen after the election? We're going to see violence. Protests demonstrations. Businesses around Southern California aren't taking any chances. They've been boarding up for days. They continue to do with this morning. Some cities they're bringing in extra security. We're seeing this in Long Beach, Santa Monica, Culver City, Beverly Hills, Los Angeles. These were areas that were hard hit by vandalism and looting following the protests earlier this year in May and again police departments, including the LAPD, say they are on heightened alert and we'll take steps for any potential unrest. 9 33 there Riverside County of voting System back on truck this morning and the authorities there had to fix the problem that led to some delays. Last couple of days. The problem apparently caused by a bottleneck and they have voter registration look up system and appears to have been overwhelmed with their request on Saturday took a long time for a lot of people, but the machines are working, okay. President Trump speaking in North Carolina, one of the five election Eve trailer rallies is holding today in battleground states. Five. You will raise your taxes. $4 trillion Massively increased your regulations close down your factory, Send your jobs overseas. That's what he's been doing all his love of him and his group destroy the suburbs..

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"beverly hills los angeles" Discussed on The Wolf's Den

The Wolf's Den

02:43 min | Last month

"beverly hills los angeles" Discussed on The Wolf's Den

"This next section here is about business and making lots of money. Here's the deal I'm having a small group of people over to my home in. Los Angeles and the question all of their asking is what's next in life these are people who had M- ask successor ready. And looking to see what's that one thing that one distinction take them to the next level of money and success. Soon, beginning close right now to that seven figures a year, maybe trying to get the eighth easier. The point is that this opportunity for you right now to come to my house in Beverly Hills Los Angeles here and join with nine other people all of them, Oltra achievers to attend my mastermind event which is led by me. Now. It's going to happen here is very special and it's going to be nothing short of life changing you in this group of top business leaders to spend the weekend with me in intense regimented brainstorming sessions. We're also going to get the have some time that an hour or more with the one on one consulting with me personally along with the special breakout session, we're all going to be sure most cutting edge secrets of sales marketing strategy things. I'm using myself right now to scale my own businesses in a massive. Way But the real magic by this mastermind is you're also gonNA get sit in the hot seat in front of all these other top performers, other words every person in the masterminds going to have that opportunity for an hour or more to sit in the hotseat where all the collective energy brain power and expires laser guided on you focused on you and your company and helping you take things to the next level things that you thought were impossible for this day will start become very possible few as soon as you leave. When this is over, you go home feeling energized with new ideas, new plans, and most importantly a network of very powerful new contacts who would help you make them happen fast I'm opening up my entire Rolodex to you as old people were attending to do the same I'm telling you the results that you get here from this mastermind will be nothing short of staggering now a little bit how actually works I, you're gonNA fly into Arizona driver Abdul who pick up at the airport love. Your favorite drinks waiting for you at my house walls have a world class chef there takeda some of the best meal you've ever had. This is GonNa be fun, and it's going to be about learning and business and Camaraderie all the best things in life than the.

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"beverly hills los angeles" Discussed on GSMC Entertainment Podcast

GSMC Entertainment Podcast

05:47 min | 2 months ago

"beverly hills los angeles" Discussed on GSMC Entertainment Podcast

"Number three on the list, and it's only on here because I'm watching it right now. So obviously I'm enjoying it and selling sunset I don't know if it's going to stay on the list. It probably won't to be perfectly honest, but I thought it would it wouldn't be fair. That's something that I'm clearly addicted to right now that I don't include it on the list selling sunset. Scene is about these real estate agents that work for the Group and Basil Million Dollar homes out in Beverly Hills Los Angeles on the Strip. It's sickening these houses absolutely. Sickening. The characters, these women are. there. Okay. I really hate saying, but they're just kind of. It's so thin. Give it as a Haas wives of Beverly Hills light like super light like light. Light. So they're all successful, but they're real estate agents and. They're incredibly successful, but they're still not at this like Sean except for. Christine, who make marries this superwealthy man and now is like Super Glam and all this stuff they clearly sits glam before shooting and has all of these resources at her fingertips and again like I said, she's GonNa come out with this single any day now because she's trying to be Erica. And then just how it is. The drama is super super forest but. Clearly, can't get enough of it and it's all. Very overly produced. That now, why am I putting on the list? The Way I'm talking about go watch it because it's really a fascinating story that this is faith think this is what the public wants. No like if we make this people will watch. And the fact that they were bright is like mind blowing to me because. It's clearly overly produced because a lot of these conflicts could be resolved with A. Like. Oh, well I'll I heard you said this about me about me and my man and I don't need anyone talking about like me and my man that way like I only know my relationship all of that all of those little petty fights can easily be solved with listen. Yes I, said it because I'm your friend and I'm looking out for you and then they go. Well, thank you being from. Thank you for being my friend I really appreciate it. This is my life, and this is my relationship and I understand that what you said came from a good place but you didn't know that's fine and you move on but that's not how it works. I definitely had been reading a lot about the show getting a lot of criticisms but I haven't read any of these stories are really took a deep dive into anything because I don't want to be spoiled I want to watch for my own opinions and then. I will absolutely dive in to all of these tabloids and stories because I'm fascinated. I cannot wait I did hear though that Davina..

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Hundreds Of Trump Supporters March Through Beverly Hills, Los Angeles, For Planned Rally

Mo'Kelly

00:16 sec | 3 months ago

Hundreds Of Trump Supporters March Through Beverly Hills, Los Angeles, For Planned Rally

"Of President Trump turned out by the hundreds for March and rally through West Hollywood into Beverly Hills organizer said they wanted to push back against the radical left the destruction of property and the villain ization of law enforcement seem that some rallies and the killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis

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"beverly hills los angeles" Discussed on The Killing of Marilyn Monroe

The Killing of Marilyn Monroe

02:43 min | 1 year ago

"beverly hills los angeles" Discussed on The Killing of Marilyn Monroe

"Every once in a while a media flashes through the skies and falls into the fortunately for us the ball of fire we have is I guess miss the Ocean Atlanta that's Funny Center Fox so I give you the two most deciding words in the modern seven pills becker until several people that comment that she just made say goodbye to everybody why she saying the by welcome depart eight of the killing of Marilyn Monroe. I'm your host Jackie Moran in this episode we will focus on the events of August Fourth Nineteen Sixty two the nightmare Arlen died exactly what happened that Saturday evening has been the subject of nearly six decades of conjecture conspiracy an alleged cover-up but for the moment we're going to try to stick to the official version of events whether the official version is also the true version will be up to you to decide a nine round it's a pleasure meeting Marilyn Monroe had spent the last day of her life at home on filling Dr Brentwood near Beverly Hills Los Angeles breath to say the preceding weeks had been eventful would be an understatement she had started shooting something's got to give with Dean Martin and within months had been fired from that same movie but ultimately they fired her they actually fired her right after her thirty sixth birthday and then weeks later not only forced the studio to Rehire her but to do so on improved terms she just signed the new contract with twentieth century they were going to lose zone filming something again she's got more money like she is she still had problems with dependence on drink and drugs but finally after years during which she had lost her hi something like the old Maryland was back Maryland seems life someone who was in August of nineteen sixty you putting her life back together she had gotten her health back together Twentieth Century Fox was going to take back finish something's gotTa give there was another movie laid out she signed a two picture deal there was so much she had looking forward to in her life she is planning for many many things time for death she was not particularly depressed at this point in her life but she was unfortunately given a lot of drugs which was very typical a lot of stars of that era in her final interview with Life Magazine Editor Richard Merryman she sounded excited and upbeat.

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"beverly hills los angeles" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

News Radio 810 WGY

09:33 min | 1 year ago

"beverly hills los angeles" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

"On, on the show. Joe keeps light. I like to keep it light on the weekend. There's, there's some heavy stuff that we have to talk about today, the overnight Trump tweeting that the Mexican government, caved. The threat of tariffs have been, well, we get into this a little bit more also. Something is going to affect you down the road is that the Trump administration is loosening car pollution regulations, but there's one state, that's not going to budge and this is where the car manufacturers and over seventeen major car manufacturers sent a letter to the White House about coming up with, with an agreement, because if they don't come up with an agreement than the car manufacturers are going to have to make a literally make a completely separate run of every making model of car and truck that they make just for this one St. and you probably can guess what state that is a, so we'll, we'll get into that. You heard of this Russian and American naval ships off the Philippines, nearly colliding, we'll talk about that because there's, there's a pretty stark photo. And if you follow me on Twitter at dark secret place. You can see the picture. I retweeted it yesterday. But there's a pretty clear photo taken from in front of Boesch ships, and it shows their wake. The Russians are claiming that the American craft the chancellor's Ville. Made a unpredictable rapid turn into their ship. But you can see, by the way that the American ship was sailing straight, and that, plus I'm very concerned. I don't know if we haven't affiliate in Las Vegas, but if you are in Las Vegas, somebody, please check on Jose Canseco because he's tweeting really silly crap this morning from his bed at eight thirty in the morning. And I don't know. I was talking with engineer Martin about this. I haven't seen God God's Villafane. He would, you know, growing up with those movies, the original one, the original Chinese Japanese movies, the whole thing, I've heard that I should see this movie the one that came out last weekend. Whenever the humans are talking, that's your P break, apparently because the it's the humans talking is the weakest part of the movie. But anyway, Jose Canseco just tweeted out a spoiler for the movie. And I don't know because I haven't seen the movie, I don't know whether I should read this but it's a single it's one run on sentence. And apparently, I think the sentence is still going on because he didn't he didn't put a period at the end of it. So maybe he's still talking to Alexa or something. I don't know. So anyway, go to dark secret place on the Twitter machine and you can read at your own of caution. Spoiler alert. This is what he put up and I can only assume that he's hung over in bed, probably with a Hooker in Las Vegas, and it might be a freebie because he's a celebrity. So, and then if he's not, I apologize for, for raising the bar for him doing that before nine AM. Let's see what else are we gonna talk about the, the, I've, I've gotten into the NBA finals for the first time in a couple actually, the last couple of years, I'm Golden State fan, and I like I like their chemo work, but it looks like might be over for them. It looks like the, the NBA trophy might be headed north of the border for the first time in its history, though. And ironically basketball was invented by a Canadian. But the Toronto Raptors are one game away now from taking the NBA title and. But on the downside, they're paid in Canadian dollars, but they get free healthcare. So there's there is all that what's happening out here. If you're not following the news, or, or you haven't seen any of this. California's busy falling apart. It's, it's, it's busy becoming medieval. And I'm not making that up. Not only are people getting what they deserve people who don't vaccinate their kids are getting what they deserve, and we have a meals, and, and I mean, I don't mean the kids, the kids deserve to be vaccinated, the kids deserve to have like a shot at life and stuff. But the idiotic, parents who are not vaccinating their kids. And for the record Jenny McCarthy did do a one eighty apparently after she learned how to read she did at one, eighty on the vaccinations, and she's blaming vaccinations for her son's autism turns out vaccination tone, there's no correlation to autism whatsoever. But so anyway, not only do we have a measles outbreak. But we probably have the highest concentrations of unvaccinated kids and the irony is it tends to be the higher income people, and I don't know what happens. When you become a gazillion air that you just start thinking, I guess that you have some secret insight into life, and that these vaccinations are just government mind control or something. I don't know. But the, the incidences of unvaccinated kids correlate with higher incomes in the in the Beverly Hills Los Angeles Pacific, Palisades Santa Monica, the, the wealthy parts of LA is where the highest concentration of unvaccinated kids are over, by the way, it's also the highest concentration of people hiring domestic help that probably wasn't vaccinated either. And so you get the get this perfect storm, not only that, but years and years and years of funding homelessness and tolerating. Some of the most average behavior in civilization. That would be by that by that. I mean dropping adduce on a sidewalk. Okay. I'm not talking about taking your shoes off on a cross country flight. I'm talking about human beings dropping their pants on a major city street and just. Just throwing fourth, and that's tolerated in Los Angeles. It's actually validated as a behavior that we have no right to judge because if you're not homeless, then you have no right to judge someone who's just, you know, thrown a Tutsi roll in the middle of the day and be what does that get you? Well, here's where we are in two thousand nineteen typhus in Los Angeles, California, the piles of garbage are so high. And the city of thirty is so reticent to actually call something what it is that we now have typhus and how do you get typhus? Well, typhus our ancestors, discovered a thousand fricking years ago. Typhus follows when you have garbage sitting around garbage sitting around, you get rodents, and of the rodents are eating the garbage. They bring with them, fleas and the fleas are carrying the typhus while. Okay radios, Brian fill in for joepags. That's all fine and dandy. But how do the fleas get on the humans? Well, here's what happened. Here's what Los Angeles mastered. Is that one of the highest concentrations of homeless people, and I mean, literally tents being pitched on sidewalks a block away from Los Angeles city hall, and some of the LA county facilities that the normals have to occasionally pop into and pay property tax Bill or, or you'll get a document. Getting original document God forbid, you, you park on the sidewalk and you literally can't walk down the sidewalk because there's so many tents on the sidewalk. Why are they there because that's where the city services are told out, see, you know what happens people who actually work for the city of LA the people at the epicenter of this monster are getting bitten by fleas and getting typhus. There's a woman, currently suing the city of LA because she got typhus and the, the, the mayor of L A who who ran for president for about three weeks until apparently somebody that he paid telling the truth sat him down and said, do you understand that your record is so dismal that anywhere out of the city of Los Angeles? You will be laughed off the stage never mind, Iowa. Whatever you would be laughed off the stage in San Francisco. So our mayor stopped his presidential run, because it was a starter. So, so that's just keep that in mind. Next time. A coastal elite from LA writes, an op Ed or judges you for living in the midwest or or, or supporting the Hyde amendment, or whatever it is next time. Listen Milano, brow beats a presidential candidate like Joe Biden into flipping on the Hyde amendment just remind yourself that she is surrounded by people who, don't believe in vaccines. And she contributes to a mayor who, who brought typhus back to a major city in two thousand nineteen. So, so there's that back in just a second from where are we? We're from Spokane to the mohawk valley, in Florida about apartment, New York. There might be a mohawk valley in Florida. I don't know that might be a metaphor for something. I'm I'm not quite sure, but eight hundred five zero one seven zero eight zero eight hundred five zero one seventy eighty filling in from Los Angeles for joepags. You've got the weekend. Wake up with Joe Gallagher.

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"beverly hills los angeles" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

10:06 min | 1 year ago

"beverly hills los angeles" Discussed on KTOK

"Unplanned is a movie that Stewart I saw about two weeks ago. It's a movie that I kind of went progressively because I I was going to be watching it with the filmmakers, and I don't like watching movies with filmmakers because I'm a softy, and I want to say nice things. But if you're bringing it to me, I gotta tell you the truth. And I really did not think I would like this movie because I don't like a lot of Christian movies only because I'm I'm trying to take friends to it that don't believe in the same things. I do. And so it's so I mean, it's great to preach to the choir. But that's not what I want a Christian movie to do. I want it to preach to my friends that that that are not involved. So maybe you will open their eyes, and it ends up turning people off usually. So I went in very. Almost against my will and. I watched it. And I started with a skeptical position. And I really really liked this movie in fact, halfway through this movie. I thought. We may see the end of abortion in my lifetime in the next ten years. We may actually see that. Because of the way technology is changing the way people's feelings. Are they're going to go too far, and people will have affectionate feelings, and this movie, it is it's clean. There's no swearing in. It there's no sex in it. There's no drugs in it. There is nothing except what the MPAA said. Which was that? It is it is a deeply disturbing. Scene. There are three scenes in which the film directly addresses abortion, and the MPAA has a direct as objected to all three they specifically made mention of objection to grainy black and white sonogram images that were part of one of the scenes now to point that out what you're seeing is not blood and gore. You're seeing a sonogram y'all know everybody knows what that looks like those grainy black and white pictures, and you're seeing doctors tube come up to the little baby. And you see the baby actually fight for its life as it sucked into a tube. That is the reason this is rated R, and I want you to know if you believe it's life, it is extraordinarily disturbing. But if you don't believe it's life. That's not disturbing. That's just an every day performing of an abortion bunch of cells. What's the big deal? Right. And the sonogram is not shown to the mother ever. It's they never see it. But the doctor has to see it to make sure that he's getting the entire baby. And when that baby goes into the tube. And the doctor says, and this is a direct quote from Dr Who was doing it. This movie is a true life story. He said beam me up Scotty and see the baby go into the tube on the sonogram. And it is disturbing. Now, they say this is not politically motivated at all. But to talk about the ratings and how they work Marc Joseph. He's a producer chronicles of narnia. Passion of the Christ little boy son of God. He's working on some really great new movies right now, including Tolkien and Lewis. Silence. Patent? Also Reagan is another one that he's he's working on right now. Welcome Marc Joseph. How are you? Hey, how you doing? I'm good. So help me figure out the MPAA thing other than this is to stop people from going to see this movie. Well, look, I've seen the movie as you have. This is a curious case where this baby the day of demarcation of the NPA ruling day of when America switched sides on this issue because as you say, this was a sonogram or a medical depiction grainy screen of a tooth extraction or the day. My alster was removed or whatever it might be tumor deal a tumor. Right, right. I had a tumor removed. And here's the picture of it. So in a strange way, the real housewives of NPA, which is basically what it is. It's nice, you know, housewives and couples living in Beverly Hills, Los Angeles who decide these things strangely admitted the pro-life 'cause here it's curious. Now, the question is for I was involved with the passion is you know, with male. And the question is is is the R rating going to do what it didn't do for the passion it actually encouraged people to go wash the passion it didn't dissuade. And so that's I watch a lot of movies Glenn. I see much worse in PG thirteen. Honestly, this is a PG thirteen movie, this this may be even PG if it wasn't a child that you see on that grainy black and white if it wasn't a child tell me, Mark. How many swear words are in it? I I didn't count any. You know, what I would consider the words that issue to the Omar really is these depiction. Yeah. It may be damn there might be a damn there's no sex in it. There's nothing revealing. There's there's no profanity. There's no drug use except for prescription drugs being administered by Dr horribly. I mean, it is there's nothing that you would find in in a PG thirteen movie. Now, listen, I don't mind the standard. If it's applied equally across all movies. But the suddenly clutching are pearls and seen as gambling downstairs, bright, sunny, right? Here's the thing. They are. They are making the case. And there is a difference between. The passion of the Christ which I saw and was I mean, it was a true depiction. But it was violent and gory. So I think they stood by their own rules that was a violent and gory movie. But that's what crucifixion was like. And so if you really wanted to say crucifixion, it was rated R. There was no PG thirteen crucifixions that actually happen. They were all violent and gory. So that one. I love your depiction of not wanting to watch films filmmakers because I had to watch the passion with a certain person that Mel Gibson sitting to my right? The first time, and I thought what am I gonna do? I have to leave the room. He's sitting white riot. Right. I'd look way four times that I just couldn't take it. All right. But this one this is not the case here. It's just a movie it's a story if you can't handle a grainy image on the screen, suddenly disappearing. Then there's something wrong. Well, no, wait. Wait. Wait. Wait. I want you to know both Stu, and I we saw that. And after we saw we did look away from the screen, but it was in a look away of the screen of oh good. That is clearly child fairly. It was more of a what have we become Ryan? I mean, and that's the thing. I think it is very disturbing to people who believe, you know, certainly in the pro life cause and people who believe those are really babies, it shouldn't be society though, that allows this legally, right? There's no there's absolutely no reason in a society that says. Oh, you know, there's there's nothing wrong with abortion. That's fine. A society that says that should be able to watch this. And I'm gonna take a I'm going to take a really I don't think I've ever done this. And it it bothers me to do it to some degree. But I'm gonna take a very contrary position to my faith my faith. They don't see rated r movies. So I never recommend rated r movies for people to see I do see them from time to time. But. This one. Every every member of the church of latter day saints needs to see this movie. If you are a member of the church of Jesus Christ latter-day saints. You must see this movie in my opinion. I know you don't see rated r movies. This is not a rated R movie. There is nothing objectionable about this except for the scene. And if you have teenage children, you need to take it will bother them, it will bother them, but they need to see the evil that they are being faced with they need to see what the what the adversary is actually doing and promoting their your kids are hearing shout your abortion. Oh, there's nothing wrong with it. Your kids will know there is something deeply wrong with abortion. Every parent must take their probably fifteen year old kid to see this movie. You must see this movie. You want to fight the evil that is abortion. You have to be able to look in the eye. And and our kids are the targets now. And that's why your kid at fifteen can go in and have an abortion without you, even knowing it. But the MPAA says you can't go your fifteen year old kid can't go into this without knowing about it that is a world upside down. More in just a second. Let me take a one minute.

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10:52 min | 2 years ago

"beverly hills los angeles" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"Our special guest today are the stars of a very powerful movie called light in the doghouse now for more than a decade, Ron Donna, and Danny Robert Shaw have committed their lives to saving dogs in shelters. I got blown away from the message of this movie guys. And I can't wait for September twelfth. That's when it officially premiers to general audiences, correct? Yes. Number twelve so what's happening between now and September twelfth. Where have you guys been showcasing this movie life in the doghouse been going around we not long ago, we just got back from province town showed three times there, and we will be heading to Newport. We're going to show, and then we. Go on to Dallas. And then we're very excited December fifth. They're doing it. The liberty red carpet showing of it in Beverly hill, Los Angeles. So we're very excited to attend the celebrity red carpet event of the movie that's pretty all right wins. The Dallas showing that is the twenty fifth of August. All right because I used to live in San Diego. And I now live deep in the heart of Dallas. So just wanted to know if I'm around. Actually gonna play in plano, Texas. Okay. I know exactly where plano is. It's just the next to Allen where my sister lives. All right. So we're going to talk about the movie, but let's find out a little bit more about you to you guys met, I guess in the eighties. You're both at a horse show. Right. You're both the horsemen were introduced at a horse show. Yeah. We're we're both horsemen and Ron was new to the area and I've been in the area quite a while. And so, you know, it's just kind of a first meeting thing. And then later he called it asked. If I'd write a couple courses that a couple of shows customers, and that sort of begin our relationship, and and it just never stops from there. Well, you guys have it went from friendship to now a relationship, and you said in your movie you both have a passion for dogs. And I think that's important. So tell us how this has impacted your relationship is amazingly strong and look at all the lives of the dogs that you're saving, but you both have to be committed. Right. Let's start with Ron. It definitely, you know, something that it takes to because as I said even in the movie if Danny didn't have the passion for animals that I did to run that it wouldn't work and vice versa. If I didn't because I mean, it's it's basically, you know, three hundred sixty five days a year twenty four hours a day. I mean, we have dogs thick at night. And you know, you have to get up, and we may have dogs that have had corneal transplants than we have to get up every hour on the hour and do four different drops five minutes apart, though, the lot, you know, a lot of giving, but what we both. I think get from the love of dog is rewarding. And I think it's very fulfilling for our lives. If we didn't for the most part, thank alike. Animal dogs, particularly it would never work. Oh. Person to pitch in. I think that's a very good point. And I want people to visualize your home in canton, South Carolina on the movie, you said, it's about a forty four hundred square foot, beautiful, beautiful home. How many dogs are in your home right now, we have ABC seven and a half. Oh my gosh. Very hard to visualize. I mean, that's why the movie helped much, but it's amazing. How many dog live in harmony? And you know, the the one thing I mean, there has never been one person that has come to the doghouse that they all say the same thing. How do you keep this house so clean and make it smells so good? But you know, we go through a lot of effort. I mean, all the dog beds are washed. We do you know eighteen to nineteen loads of commercial washer and dryer. Every day we watch all the bedding we bathe the dogs every week the yards are picked four times a day. So we're really big on having a clean house since we have to live in the doghouse. We're actually there. Tell us about your fireplace. I saw a few chihuahuas looking quite toasty. And there you're not roasting dogs. What happened your fireplace? Hotdogs. Yeah. The truth. Is that a fire screen that was there was broken? And the core we got a new one a couple of the dogs drag beds up there and just moved in. And so now the little guys they liked that little haven in there. And they like their little high two beds even better to be in there. And it just gives them a real feeling of security, and it's kind of a fascinating thing to see which ones decided they really liked that parking place. And who doesn't know I thought it was great and you used to have carpet. But now you have stone floors. Smart. Smart call. Yeah. We actually I mean, we had we actually had hardwood floors with Orientals down. But you know, with the volume of this dogs and trying to keep it clean. We for all the hardwood floors up and put down the talian stone, you know, throughout the whole house and stuff. So it's very easy to keep clean. So you guys had a pretty nice life. You mean working in the horse business having a beautiful home in South Carolina. So bring us back to two thousand five which in the movie, you said was the catalyst moment for you. You were doing. Some dog rescue. But tell our listeners what the significance is of that year. Now really was a year of change and Hurricane Katrina hit Louisiana area. And and of course, that affected Houston and people had to be transferred everywhere that part of the story is that the the dogs were not L people to own them there. We're not allowed to go with them. And so there was so many dogs as many dogs abandoned as people were probably even in some cases, more, and and yet the people had no way to communicate about them or find them or anything else and a lot of didn't even have a home to go back to. So when we saw numerous of all that. And we just started thinking do the dogs is I mean, I had a life. I had a wonderful home. And now what you know. I'm just in fear and waiting to die, really. And that thought hit his terribly and began the whole thing with except to that area. I and and we just started breeding dogs from the area to save them. We tried to find owners as much as we could. But it was all. Almost impossible. TV watching all the coverage of Katrina, Danny? And I were just so horrified to link up seeing people having to leave, but then they had to leave their pets behind and they were on the roof than they were in the trees, and they were swimming in the water, and that really is what just motivated both of you know, to get on the bandwagon to help to that. And when we did Katrina, and we had no idea that we would, you know, turn into a nonprofit rescue and and go through this many dogs. I mean at that time, we just did it because we thought it was a tragedy. And then you know, the tragedy of between us. Into becoming a by one three nonprofit and doing the prime the big difference was that, you know, if you go to a shelter, and you wanna pick out a dog. That's one thing that when you had a hundred pairs of eyes looking at you, you're not so picky. You wanna save the ones that look like they're hurting the most and the scared us and anyone's probably the least likely adoptable later. And that's what we did. Well, I do applaud you both. And you do have a new concept to I said at the start of the show, you're giving a new definition to the word life. In the doghouse, your home is beautiful. Yeah. Yeah. You turned into a real doghouse. But you're giving doghouse a positive spin. So tell the folks how this is a little bit different setup rescue. Because typically you have foster situations or there's a kennel run or something. But no, no, no, no guys. This is a beautiful home in South Carolina that has gone to the dogs in a good way. So let's start with you, Ron I guess explain to people why this is such a unique type of rescue. Well, when Danny and I started the and after Katrina decided to really do the rescue, you know, the can help them any dog, you know, getting so many abused dogs to court cases, and in shelters that have been abused and stuff we found by them living as part of our family in a house that shod could, you know, come out of their shells and have a lot of human activity around them when they live in a kennel it very hard. They go to the back of the kennel and they scared and we've Oude that every dog that we take that. If. If they cannot find a home as good as we give them or better that they won't leave. So this is a safe haven for them. And we treat him like our own personal dodge. And we have we actually still have to leopard, Katrina. Oh, what are their names we have? And we have ele they rhyme. Of course. So tell us about the four one one on Stella. And they just, you know, as we kept getting dogs and crates and stuff, you know, they came, you know, they would come Philip, you know, knee-deep and feces and urine because you know, unfortunately, they did not have when they all these thoughts were in warehouses. They didn't have the staff to walk them and clean them. And because you know, the shelters were so pack themselves, and then all of a sudden, you know, they had to create these massive shelters and building though there just wasn't staff to take care of them. So when we would get them. I mean, they were you know, in horrible condition, then you know, the two that we have emotionally there. They just weren't ready to go to a home. The one that we feel that are very very scared and not really ready or capable to go to another situation without really panicking them. You know, they live their life out with us. How old are Stella? And Ellen what kind of dogs are they Bella is a black lab mix. And she is hurting when he this year, you're kidding. Wow. Okay. L is a very small shepherd type of mic, and she is turning fifteen this year. And I go ahead. Danny. I was just gonna say that another thing that makes us a little different is that when we were eyeballing all these different animals and stuff we realize that no one is going to take the ones that have ice us or skin conditions and looked like crap. And somehow we felt that we had to do that. And by doing it. And when we say it's in our name, it's it's our dog, and we treat it like our dog. So we ended up getting a lot of dogs that have some costly problems. Cure. But we sure didn't want him to die because of that. And that's why we chose so many dogs like that. And we said whether we have the money or not we'll get the work done, and we'll make them whole again. And it's been sort of like that whether we had it or not we do it anyway. And eventually we keep catching up. But of course, it makes the bills get high and then we'd go back down again. All right. Well, we're speaking with two very important rescue gentlemen, and we're talking to Ron Danna, and Danny Robert Shaw, we're gonna find out what they would do if they won the lotto right after we take this commercial break. So sitting stay we'll be right.

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"beverly hills los angeles" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

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10:52 min | 2 years ago

"beverly hills los angeles" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"Our special guest today are the stars of a very powerful movie called light in the doghouse now for more than a decade. Ron Danna, Danny Robert Shaw have committed their lives to saving dogs in shelters. I got blown away from the message of this movie guys. And I can't wait for September twelfth. That's when it officially premiers to general audiences, correct? Yes. Number twelve so what's happening between now and September twelfth. Where have you guys been showcasing this movie life in the doghouse been going around not long ago? We just got back from province town showed three times there, and we will be heading to Newport. We're going to show and then we go onto Dallas. And then we're very excited December fifth they're doing it celebrity. Red carpet showing of it in Beverly Hills, Los Angeles. So we're very excited to attend the celebrity red carpet event of the movie that's pretty all right? When's the Dallas showing that is the twenty fifth of August? All right because I used to live in San Diego. And I now live deep in the heart of Dallas. So just wanted to know if I'm around. Actually actually gonna play in plano, Texas. Okay. I know exactly where plano is. It's just next to Alan where my sister lives. All right. So we're going to talk about the movie, but let's find out a little bit more about you to you guys met. I guess in the eighties. You're both at a horse show. Right. You're both the horsemen we were introduced at a horse show. Yeah. We're we're both horsemen and Ron was new to the area and I've been in the area quite a while. And so, you know, it's just kind of a first meeting thing. And then later he called and asked if I'd write a couple of courses on a couple of shows for customers, and that sort of begin our relationship, and and it just never stops from there. Well, you guys have it went from friendship to now a relationship, and you said in your movie you both have a passion for dogs. And I think that's important. So tell us how this has impacted your relationship is amazingly strong and look at all the lives of the dogs that you're saving, but you both have to be committed. Right. Let's start with Ron. It's definitely, you know, something that it takes to because as I said even in the movie. Yes, Danny didn't have the passion for animals that. I did to run this. It wouldn't work and vice versa. If I didn't because I mean, it's it's basically, you know, three hundred sixty five days a year twenty four hours a day. I mean, we have dogs sick at night. And you know, you have to get up, and we may have dogs that have had corneal transplants than we have to get up every hour on the hour and do four different drops five minutes apart, though, there's just a lot, you know, a lot of giving. But what we both? I think get from the love of dog is so rewarding. And I think it's very fulfilling for our lives. If we didn't for the most part, think alike animals and then dogs, particularly right? It would never work. Oh, the other person to to pitch in. I think that's a very good point. And I want people to visualize your home in Camden, South Carolina on the movie you said, it's about a forty four hundred square foot, beautiful, beautiful home. How many dogs are in your home right now, we have eighty seven in the house. Oh my gosh. Very hard to visualize. I mean, that's why the movie helps us so much. But it's amazing. How, you know this many dogs live in harmony, and you know, the the one thing I mean, there has never been one person that has come to the doghouse that they all say the same thing. How do you keep this house so clean and make it smells so good? But you know, we go through a lot of effort. I mean, all the dog beds are washed. So we do, you know eighteen to nineteen lows of a commercial washer and dryer every day, we watch all the bedding we bathe the dogs every week the yards are picked four times a day. So we're really big on having clean house since we have to live in the doghouse. We're actually their guests. Tell us about your fireplace. I saw a few much was looking quite toasty in there. You're not roasting dogs. What happened to your fireplace? Hotdogs. Yeah. The truth the truth is that a fire screen that was there was broken. And before we got a new one a couple of the dogs drag beds up there and just moved in. And so now those little guys they liked that little haven in there. And they like their little high two beds even better to be in there. And it just gives them a real feeling of security, and it's kind of a fascinating thing to see which ones decided they really liked that as their parking place. And who doesn't know I thought it was great and you used to have carpet. But now you have stone floors. Smart. Smart call. Yeah. We actually I mean, we have we actually had hardwood floors with Orientals down. But you know, with the volume of this dogs and trying to keep it clean. We tore all the hardwood floors up and put down the talian stone, you know, throughout the whole house and stuff. So it's very easy to keep playing. So you guys had a pretty nice life. You mean, you know, working in the horse business having a beautiful home in South Carolina. So bring us back to two thousand five which in the movie, you said was the catalyst moment. You you were doing some dog rescue. But tell our listeners what the significance is of that year that really wasn't year of change and Hurricane Katrina hit Louisiana area. And and of course, that affected Houston people had to be transferred everywhere. The bad part of the story is that the the dogs were not L people to own them. They're we're not allowed to go with them. And so there was so many dogs as many dogs abandoned as as people were probably even in some cases, more, and and yet the people had no way to communicate about some or fund them or anything else. And a lot of them didn't even have a home to go back to. So when we news of all of that. And we we just started thinking do the dogs is I mean, I had a life. I had a wonderful home. And now what you know. I'm just in fear and waiting to die, really. And that thought his terribly and began the whole thing with a trip to that area. I and we just started bringing dogs from the area to save them. We tried to find owners as much as. Could it was almost impossible. TV's watching all the coverage of between, Danny? And I were just so horrified only kept seeing people having to leave. But then they had to leave their pets behind and they were on the roofs than they were in the trees, and they were swimming in the water, and that really is what just motivated both of us, you know, to get on the bandwagon to help to that. And when we did Katrina, and we had no idea that we would, you know, turn into a nonprofit rescue and go through this many dogs. I mean at that time, we just did it because we thought it was a tragedy. And then, you know, the tragedy of between us tickets into coming by the one three nonprofit and doing this full time. Yeah. The big difference was that, you know, if you go to a shelter and you wanna pick out a dog. That's one thing that when you had a hundred pairs of is looking at you. You're not so picky. You wanna save the ones that look like they're hurting the most and the scariest and n probably the least likely adoptable later. And that's what we did. Well, I do applaud you both. And you do have a new concept to I said at the start of the show, you're giving a new definition to the word life. In the doghouse, your home is beautiful. Yeah. Yeah. You turned into a real doghouse. But you're giving doghouse a positive spin. So tell the folks how this is a little bit different setup rescue. Because typically you'll have foster situations or there's a kennel run or something. But no, no, no, no guys. This is a beautiful home in South Carolina that has gone to the dogs in a good way. So let's start with you, Ron I guess explain to people why this is such a unique type of rescue. Well, when Danny and I started this and after Katrina decided to really do the rescue, you know, the can help them any dogs. You know, getting so many abused dogs to court cases, and in shelters that have been abused and stuff we found by them living is part of our family in a house that shy dog could, you know, come out of their shells and have a lot of human activity around them when they live in a kennel. It's very hard. They go to the back of the kennel and they stay scared. And we've out that to every dog that we take that. If. If they cannot find a home as good as we give them or better that they won't leave. So this is a safe haven for them. And we treat him like our own personal dodge than we have. We actually still have two dogs left from Katrina. Oh, what are their names? We have fella, and we have ele they rhyme. Of course. So tell us about the four one one on Stella and Ella. They just you know, as we kept getting dogs and crates and stuff, you know, they just came, you know, they would come full of you know, deep and feces and urine because you know, unfortunately, they did not have the staff when they all these thoughts were in warehouses. They didn't have the staff to walk them and clean them. And because, you know, the shelters were so pack themselves, and then all of a sudden, you know, they had to create these massive shelters in building. So there just wasn't the staff to take care of them when we would get them. I mean, they were you know, in horrible condition, then, you know, the two that we have emotionally there's there just weren't ready to go to a home in the ones that we feel that are very very scared and not really ready or capable to go to another situation without really panicking them. You know, they live their life out with us. How old are Stella? And ellen. What kind? The dogs. Are they sell is a black lab mix, and she is turning when he this year. You're kidding. Wow. Okay. L A is a very small shepherd type of Nick, and she is turning fifteen this year. Okay. And go ahead. Danny. I was just gonna say that another thing that makes us a little different is that when we were eyeballing all these different animals and stuff we realize that no one is going to take the ones that have I issues or skin conditions and and looked like crap. And somehow we felt that we had to do that. And by doing it. And when we say it's in our name, it's it's our dog, and we treat it like our dog. So we ended up getting a lot of dogs that have some costly problems to cure. But we sure didn't want him to die because of that. And that's why we chose so many dogs like that. And we said whether we have the money or not we'll get the work done, and we'll make them whole again. And it's been sort of like that whether we had it or not we do it anyway. And. Eventually we keep catching up. But of course, it makes the bills get high and then we'd go back down again. So all right. Well, we're speaking with two very important rescue gentlemen, and we're talking to Ron Danna, and Danny Robert Shaw, we're gonna find out what they would do if they won the lotto right after we take this commercial break, so sentenced stay. We'll be right back..

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"beverly hills los angeles" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

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10:52 min | 2 years ago

"beverly hills los angeles" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"Our special guest today are the stars of a very powerful movie called light in the doghouse now for more than a decade, Ron Danna, and Danny Robert Shaw have committed their lives to saving dogs in shelters. I got blown away from the message of this movie guys. And I can't wait for September twelfth. That's when it officially premiers to general audiences, correct? Yes. September twelfth. So what's happening between now and September twelfth? Where have you guys been showcasing this movie life in the doghouse it been going around we not long ago, we just got back from province town showed three times there, and we will be heading to Newport. We're going to show, and then we. Go on to Dallas. And then we're very excited number v. They're doing it celebrity red carpet showing of it in Beverly hill, Los Angeles. So we're very excited to attend the celebrity red carpet event of the movie that's pretty all right wins. The Dallas showing that is the twenty fifth of audit. All right because I used to live in San Diego. And I now live deep in the heart of Dallas. So just wanted to know if I'm around. Actually gonna play in plano, Texas. Okay. I know exactly where plano is. Just the next to Alan where my sister lives. All right. So we're going to talk about the movie, but let's find out a little bit more about you to you guys met. I guess in the eighties. You're both at a horse show. Right. You're both horsemen. We were introduced at a horse show. Yeah. We're we're both horsemen and Ron was new to the area and I've been in the area quite a while. And so, you know, it's just kind of a first meeting thing. And then later he called it asked if I'd write a couple horses at a couple of shows customers, and that sort of begin our relationship, and and it just never stops from there. Well, you guys have it went from friendship to now a relationship, and you said in your movie you both have a passion for dogs. And I think that's important. So tell us how this has impacted your relationship is amazingly strong and look at all the lives of the dogs that you're saving, but you both have to be committed. Right. Let's start with Ron. It definitely something that it takes to because as I said even in the movie. Yes, Danny didn't have the passion for animals that. I did to run it wouldn't work and vice versa. If I didn't because I mean, it's it's basically, you know, three hundred sixty five days a year twenty four hours a day. I mean, we have dogs thick at night. And you know, you have to get up, and we may have dogs that have had corneal transplants than we have to get up every hour on the hour and do four different drops five minutes apart, though, there's a lot, you know, a lot of giving. But what we both? I think get from the love of God is rewarding. And I think it's very fulfilling for our live. If we didn't for the most part, think alike animals and than dogs, particularly. It would never work. Person to to pitch in. I think that's a very good point. And I want people to visualize your home in Camden, South Carolina on the movie you said, it's about a forty four hundred square foot, beautiful, beautiful home. How many dogs are in your home right now, we have eighty seven and a half. Oh my gosh. Very hard to visualize. I mean, that's why the movie helped us so much. But it's amazing. How many dogs live in harmony? And you know, the the one thing I mean, there has never been one person that has come to the doghouse that they all say the same thing. How do you keep this house clean and make it smells good? But you know, we go through a lot of effort. I mean, all the dog beds are washed. We do you know eighteen to nineteen loads of a commercial washer and dryer every day. We watch all the bedding we bathe the dogs every week the yards are picked four times a day. So we're really big on having a clean house since we have to live in the doghouse. We're actually their guests. Tell us about your fireplace. I saw a few chihuahuas looking quite toasty in there. You're not roasting dogs. What happened to your fireplace? Hotdogs. Yeah. The truth. Is that a fire screen that was there was broken? And the core we got a new one a couple of the dogs drag beds up there and just moved in. And so now there's little guys they liked that little haven in there. And they like their little high two beds. They even better to be in there. And it just gives them a real feeling of security, and it's kind of a fascinating thing to see which ones decided they really liked that as their parking place. And who doesn't know I thought it was great and you used to have carpet. But now you have stone floors. Smart. Smart call. Yeah. We actually I mean, we had we actually had hardwood floors with Orientals down. But you know, with the volume of this dogs and trying to keep it clean. We tore all the hardwood floors up and put down and talian stone, you know, throughout the whole house and stuff. So it's very easy to keep clean. So you guys had a pretty nice life. You mean, you know, working in the horse business having a beautiful home in South Carolina. So bring us back to two thousand five which in the movie, you said was the catalyst moment for you. You were doing. Some dog rescue tell our listeners what the significance is of that year that really was a year of change and Hurricane Katrina hit Louisiana area. And and of course that affected Houston and people had to be transferred everywhere. The bad part of the story is that the the dogs were not L people to own them there. We're not allowed to go with them. And so there were so many dogs as many dogs abandoned as as people were probably even in some cases, more, and and yet the people had no way to communicate about them or find them or anything else. And a lot of them didn't even have a home to go back to. So when we saw news of all of that. And we we just started thinking do the dogs is I mean, I had a life. I had a wonderful home. And now what you know. I'm just in fear and waiting to die, really. And that thought hit us terribly and began the whole thing with a trip to that area. I and we just started bringing dogs from the area to save them. We tried to find owners as much as we could. But it was all. Most impossible. TV watching all the coverage of Katrina, Danny? And I were just so horrified to link up seeing people having to leave, but then they had to leave their pets behind and they were on the roof than they were in the trees, and they were swimming in the water, and that really is what just motivated both of you know, to get on the bandwagon to help to that. And when we did Katrina, and we had no idea that we would turn into a nonprofit rescue and go through many dogs. I mean at that time, we just did it because we thought it was a tragedy. And then, you know, the tragedy of between us took us into coming by three nonprofit and doing the full prime the big difference was that, you know, if you go to a shelter and you wanna pick out a dog. That's one thing that when you had one hundred years of is looking at you, you're not so picky. You wanna save the ones that look like they're hurting the most and scared us and anyone's probably the least likely adoptable later. And that's what we did. Well, I do applaud you both. And you do have a new concept to a set at the start of the show, you're giving a new definition to the word life. In the doghouse, your home is beautiful. Yeah. Yeah. You turned into a real doghouse. But you're giving doghouse a positive spin. So tell the folks how this is a little bit different setup rescue. Because typically you'll have foster situations or there's a kennel run or something. But no, no, no guys. This is a beautiful home in South Carolina that has gone to the dogs and a good way. So let's start with you. I guess explain to people why this is such a unique type rescue. Well, when Danny and I started the and after Katrina decided to really do the rescue, you know, the they can help them any dogs. You know, getting so many abused dogs to court cases, and in shelters that have been abused and stuff we found by them living as part of our family in a house that the dog could, you know, come out of their shells and have a lot of human activity around them when they live in kennel. It's very hard. They go to the back of the kennel. And they say scared, and we've Oude that every dog that we take that. If. If they cannot find a home as good as we give them or better that they won't leave. So this is a safe haven for them. And we treat him like our own personal dodge than we have. We actually still have two dogs left from Katrina. What are their names? We have fella, and we have ele they rhyme. Of course. So tell us about the four one one on Stella in Ella. They just you know, as we kept getting dogs and crates and stuff, you know, they just came, you know, they would come full, you know, knee-deep and feces and urine because you know, unfortunately, they did not have all these thoughts were in warehouses. They didn't have the staff to walk them and clean them. And because, you know, the shelters were so pack themselves, and then all of a sudden, you know, they had to create these massive shelters in building though, there just wasn't fast to take care of them when we would get them. I mean, they were you know, in horrible condition, then you know, the two that we have emotionally there. They just weren't ready to go to a home in the one that we feel that are very very scared and not really ready or capable to go to another situation without really panicking them. You know, they live their life out with us. How old are Stella in what kind? Dogs. Are they fella is a black lab mix? And she is hurting when this year, you're kidding. Wow. Okay. L A is a very small shepherd type of mic, and she is earning fifteen this year. And I go ahead. Danny I was just gonna say that another thing that makes us a little different is that when we were eyeballing all these different animals and stuff we realize that no one is going to take the ones that have issues or skin conditions and and looked like crap. And somehow we felt that we had to do that. And by doing it. And when we say it's in our name, it's it's our dog, and we treat it like our dogs. So we ended up getting a lot of dogs that have some costly problems to cure. But we sure didn't want him to die because of that. And that's why we chose so many dogs like that. And we said whether we have the money or not we'll get the work done, and we'll make them whole again. And it's been sort of like that whether we had it or not we do it anyway. And. Eventually we keep catching up. But of course, it makes the bills get high. And then we'd go back down again. All right. Well, we're speaking with two very important rescue gentlemen, and we're talking to Ron Danna, and Danny Robert Shaw, we're going to find out what they would do if they won the lotto right after we take this commercial break, so sentenced stay. We'll be right back..

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"beverly hills los angeles" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

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10:51 min | 2 years ago

"beverly hills los angeles" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"Our special guest today are the stars of a very powerful movie called light in the doghouse now for more than a decade, Ron Danna, and Danny Robert Shaw have committed their lives to saving dogs in shelters. I got blown away from the message of this movie guys. And I can't wait for September twelfth. That's when it officially premiers to general audiences, correct? Yes. September twelfth. So what's happening between now and September twelfth? Where have you guys been showcasing this movie life in the doghouse been going around we not long ago, we just got back from province town showed three times there, and we will be heading to Newport. We're going to show, and then we. Go on to Dallas. And then we're very excited December fifth they're doing it celebrity red carpet showing of it in Beverly Hills, Los Angeles. So we're very excited to attend the celebrity red carpet event of the movie that's pretty all right? Winston Dallas showing that is the twenty fifth of August. All right because I used to live in San Diego. And I now live deep in the heart of Dallas. So just wanted to know if I'm around. Actually gonna play in plano, Texas. Okay. I know exactly where plano is. Just the next to Alan where my sister lives. All right. So we're going to talk about the movie, but let's find out a little bit more about you to you guys met, I guess in the eighties. You're both at a horse show. Right. You're both the horsemen were introduced at a horse show. Yeah. We're we're both horsemen and Ron was new to the area and I've been in the area quite a while. And so, you know, it's just kind of a first meeting thing. And then later he called it asked. If I'd write a couple courses that a couple of shows customers, and that sort of begin our relationship, and and it just never stops from there. Well, you guys have it went from friendship to now a relationship, and you said in your movie you both have a passion for dogs. And I think that's important. So tell us how this has impacted your relationship is amazingly strong and look at all the lives of the dogs that you're saving, but. You both have to be committed. Right. Let's start with Ron. It's definitely, you know, something that it takes to because as I said even in the movie. Yes, Danny didn't have the passion for animals that. I did to run this. It wouldn't work and vice versa. If I didn't because I mean, it's it's basically, you know, three hundred sixty five days a year twenty four hours a day. I mean, we have dogs sick at night. And you know, you have to get up, and we may have dogs that have had corneal transplants than we have to get up every hour on the hour and do four different drops five minutes apart. So there's just a lot, you know, a lot of giving. But what we both? I think get from the love of dog is so rewarding. And I think it's very fulfilling for our lives. If we didn't for the most part, think alike animals, and then dogs, particularly it would never work. Oh. Person to to pitch in. I think that's a very good point. And I want people to visualize your home in canton, South Carolina on the movie, you said, it's about a forty four hundred square foot, beautiful, beautiful home. How many dogs are in your home right now, we have eighty seven in the house. Oh my gosh. Very hard to visualize. I mean, that's why the movie helped us so much. But it's amazing. How many dogs live in harmony? And you know, the one thing I mean, there has never been one person that has come to the doghouse that they all say the same thing. How do you keep this house so clean and make it smells good? But you know, we go through a lot of effort. I mean, all the dog beds are washed. We do you know eighteen to nineteen loads of commercial washer and dryer. Every day we watch all the bedding we bathe the dogs every week the yards are fit four times a day. So we're really big on having a clean house since we have to live in the doghouse were actually their guests. Tell us about your fireplace. I saw a few chihuahuas looking quite toasty. And there you're not roasting dogs. What happened to your fireplace? Hot dogs. Yeah. The truth. Is that a fire screen that was there was broken? And before we got a new one a couple of the dogs drag beds up there and just moved in. And so now there's little guys they liked that little haven in there. And they like their little two beds even better to be in there. And it just gives them a real feeling of security, and it's kind of a fascinating thing to see which ones decided they really liked that as their parking place. And who doesn't know I thought it was great and you used to have carpet. But now you have stone floors. Smart. Smart call. Yeah. We actually I mean, we have we actually had hardwood floors with you know, Orientals down, but you know, with the volume of the dogs and trying to keep it clean. We tore all the hardwood floors up and put down the talian stone, you know, throughout the whole house and stuff. So it's very easy to keep clean. So you guys had a pretty nice life. I mean, you know, working in the horse business having a beautiful home in South Carolina. So bring us back to two thousand five which in the movie, you said was the catalyst moment for you. You were doing. Some dog rescue. But tell our listeners what the significance is of that year that really was a year of change and Hurricane Katrina hit Louisiana area. And and of course that affected Houston and people had to be transferred everywhere. The that part of the story is that the the dogs were not of people that own them there. We're not allowed to go with them. And so there were so many dogs as many dogs abandoned as as people were probably even in some more. And and yet the people had no way to communicate about some or fun or anything else. And a lot of them didn't even have a home to go back to. So when we saw news of all of that. And we we just started thinking do the dogs is I mean, I had a life. I had a wonderful home. And now what you know. I'm just in fear and waiting to die, really. And that thought his terribly and again, the whole thing with uh except to that area. I and we just started bringing dogs from the area to save them. We tried to find owners as much as we could. But it was all. Almost impossible. TV watching all the coverage of the train and Danny? And I were just so horrified to link up seeing people having to leave, but then they had to leave their pets behind and they were on the roofs than they were in the trees, and they were swimming in the water, and that really is what just motivated both of us, you know, to get on the bandwagon to help to that. And when we did Katrina, and we had no idea that we would turn into a nonprofit rescue and and go through this many dogs. I mean at that time, we just did it because we thought it was a tragedy. And then, you know, the tragedy of between us tickets into coming by the one three nonprofit and doing the full prime the big difference was that, you know, if you go to a shelter and you wanna pick out a dog. That's one thing that when you have a hundred pairs of is looking at you. You're not so picky. You wanna save the ones that look like they're hurting the most and the us and n one's probably the least likely adoptable later. And that's what we did. Well, I do applaud you both. And you know, you do have a new concept to set at the start of the show, you're giving a new definition to the word life in the doghouse your home is beautiful. We're giving. Yeah. Yeah. You turned into a real doghouse. But you're giving doghouse a positive spin. So tell the folks how this is a little bit different setup rescue. Because typically you have foster situations or there's a kennel run or something. But no, no, no, no guys. This is a beautiful home in South Carolina that has gone to the dogs and a good way. So let's start with you, Ron I guess explain to people why this is such a unique type of rescue. Well, when Danny and I started the and after Katrina decided to really do the rescue, you know, the they can help them any dogs. You know, getting so many abused dogs to court cases. And then shelters that have been abused and stuff we found by them. Living is part of our family in a house that the dog could, you know, come out of their shells and have a lot of human activity around. Them when they live in a kennel. It's very hard. They go to the back of the kennel. And they say scared and we've out that every dog that we take that if they cannot find a home as good as we give them or better that they won't leave. So this is a safe haven for them. And we treat him like our own personal dodge than we have. We actually still have two dogs left from Katrina. Oh, what are their names? We have fella, and we have ele they rhyme. Of course. So tell us about the four one one on Stella Ella. They just you know, as we kept getting dogs and crates and stuff, you know, they just came, you know, they would come full of you know, knee-deep and feces and urine because you know, unfortunately, they did not have the staff when they all the thoughts were in warehouses. They didn't have the staff to walk them and clean them. And because you know, the shelters were so pack themselves, and then all of a sudden, you know, they had to create these massive shelters and building. So there just wasn't staff to take care of them. So when we would get them. I mean, they were. You know in horrible condition, then you know, the two that we have emotional. They just weren't ready to go to a home in the ones that we feel that are very very scared and not really ready or capable to go to another situation without really panicking them. You know, they live their life out with us. How old are Stella? And Ellen what kind of dogs? Are. They fella is a black lab mix. And she is hurting what he this year. You're kidding. Wow. Okay. L A is a very small shepherd type of mic, and she is turning fifteen this year. Okay. And I go ahead. Danny. I was just gonna say that another thing that makes us a little different is that when we were eyeballing all these different animals and stuff we realize that no one is gonna take the ones that have I issues or skin conditions, and and look like crap. And somehow we felt that we had to do that. And by doing it. And when we we. Say it's an our name. It's it's our dog, and we treat it like our dog. So we ended up getting a lot of dogs that have some costly problems to cure. But we sure didn't want him to die because of that. And that's why we chose so many dogs like that. And we said whether we have the money or not we'll get the work done, and we'll make them whole again. And it's been sort of like that whether we had it or not we do it anyway. And eventually we keep catching up. But of course, it makes the bills get high. And then we go back down again. So all right. Well, we're speaking with two very important rescue gentlemen, and we're talking to Ron Danna, and Danny Robert Shaw, we're going to find out what they would do if they won the lotto right after we take this commercial break, so sentenced stay. We'll.

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"beverly hills los angeles" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

11:05 min | 2 years ago

"beverly hills los angeles" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"Radio. I'm your host Ardmore. Our special guest today are the stars of a very powerful movie called light in the doghouse now for more than a decade, Ron Danna, and Danny Robert Shaw have committed their lives to saving dogs in shelters. I got blown away from the message of this movie guys. And I can't wait for September twelfth. That's when it officially premiers to general audiences, correct? Yes. September twelve so what's happening between now and September twelfth. Where have you guys been showcasing this movie life in the doghouse been going around we not long ago, we just got back from province town showed three times there, and we will be heading to Newport. We're going to show, and then we. Go on to Dallas. And then we're very excited December fifth. They're doing it. The liberty red carpet showing of it in Beverly Hills, Los Angeles, though, we're very excited to attend the celebrity red carpet event of the movie that's pretty all right? When's the Dallas showing that is the twenty fifth of August? All right because I used to live in San Diego. And I now live deep in the heart of Dallas. So just wanted to know if I'm around. Actually gonna play in plano, Texas. Okay. I know exactly where plano is. It's just the next to Alan where my sister lives. All right. So we're going to talk about the movie, but let's find out a little bit more about you to you guys met, I guess in the eighties. You're both at a horse show. Right. You're both horsemen were introduced at a horse show. Yeah. We're we're both horsemen and Ron was new to the area and I've been in the area quite a while. And so, you know, it's just kind of a first meeting thing. And then later he called it asked if I'd ride a couple courses that a couple of shows customers, and that sort of began our relationship, and and it just never stopped from there. Well, you guys have it went from friendship to now a relationship, and you said in your movie you both have a passion for dogs. And I think that's important. So tell us how this has impacted your relationship is amazingly strong and look at all the lives of the dogs that you're saving. You both have to be committed. Right. Let's start with Ron. It's definitely something that it takes to because as I said even in the movie. Yes, Danny didn't have the passion for animals that. I did to run the it wouldn't work and vice versa. If I didn't because I mean, it's it's basically, you know, three hundred sixty five days a year twenty four hours a day. I mean, we have dogs thick at night. And you know, you have to get up, and we may have dogs that have had corneal transplants. And we have to get up every hour on the hour and do four different drops five minutes apart, though, there's a lot, you know, a lot of giving. But what we both? I think get from the love of dog is so rewarding. And I think it's very fulfilling for our live. If we didn't for the most part think alike to animals, and then dogs, particularly it would never work. Oh. Oh. Person to to pitch in. I think that's a very good point. And I want people to visualize your home in Camden, South Carolina on the movie you said, it's about a forty four hundred square foot, beautiful, beautiful home. How many dogs are in your home right now, we have eighty seven in the house. Oh my gosh. Very hard to visualize. I mean, that's why the movie helps it much, but it's amazing. How, you know this many dogs live in harmony, and you know, the the one thing I mean, there has never been one person that has come to the doghouse that they all say the same thing. How do you keep this house so clean and make it smell so good? But you know, we go through a lot of effort. I mean, all the dog beds are washed. We do you know eighteen to nineteen loads of a commercial washer and dryer every day. We watch all the bedding we bathe the dogs every week the yards are picked four times a day. So we're really big on having a clean house since we have to live in the doghouse. We're actually their guests. Tell us about your fireplace. I saw a few chihuahuas looking quite toasty in there. You're not roasting dogs. What happened to your fireplace? We'll have a hot dogs. Yeah. The truth. Is that a fire screen that was there was broken? And the core we got a new one a couple of the dogs drag beds up there, and and just moved in. And so now those little guys they liked that little haven in there. And they like their little high two beds even better to be in there. And it just gives them a real feeling of security, and it's kind of a fascinating thing to see which ones decided they really liked that their parking place. And who doesn't know I thought it was great and you used to have carpet. But now you have stone floors. Smart. Smart call. Yeah. We actually I mean, we have we actually had hardwood floors with Orientals down. But you know, with the volume of the dogs and trying to keep it clean. We tore all the hardwood floors up and put down the talian zone, you know, throughout the whole house and stuff. So it's very easy to keep clean. So you guys had a pretty nice life. I mean, you know, working in the horse business having a beautiful home in South Carolina. So bring us back to two thousand five which in the movie, you said was the catalyst moment for you. You were doing. Some dog rescue tell our listeners what the significance is of that year that really was a year of change and Hurricane Katrina hit Louisiana area. And and of course that affected Houston and people had to be transferred everywhere. The bad part of the story is that the the dogs were not of people that own them there. We're not allowed to go with them. And so there were so many dogs as many dogs abandoned as as people were probably even in some cases, more, and and yet the people had no way to communicate about them or find them or anything else. And a lot of them didn't even have a home to go back to. So when we saw numerous of all of that. And we we just started thinking do the dogs is I mean, I had a life. I had a wonderful home. And now what you know, just in fear and waiting to die, really. And that thought hit terribly and began the whole thing with a trip to that area. I and we just started bringing dogs from the area to save them. We tried to find owners as much as we could. But it was. Almost impossible. TV watching all the coverage of Katrina, and Danny and I were just so horrified to link up seeing people having to leave, but then they had to leave their pets behind and they were on the roof than they were in the trees, and they were swimming in the water, and that really is what just motivated both of you know, to get on the bandwagon to help to that. And when we did Katrina, and we had no idea that we would, you know, turn into a nonprofit rescue and and go through this many dogs. I mean at that time, we just did it because we thought it was a tragedy. And then, you know, the tragedy of between us took us into coming by the one three nonprofit and doing the full prime. Yeah. The big difference was that, you know, if you go to a shelter and you wanna pick out a dog. That's one thing that when you have a hundred pairs of is looking at you. You're not so picky. You wanna save the ones that look like they're hurting the most scared us and anyone's probably the least likely adoptable later. And that's what we did. Well, I do applaud you both. And you do have a new concept to I said at the start of the show, you're giving a new definition to the word life in the doghouse. Your home is beautiful. We're giving. Yeah. Yeah. You turned into a real doghouse. But you're giving doghouse a positive spin. So tell the folks how this is a little bit different setup rescue. Because typically you have foster situations or there's a kennel run or something. But no, no, no, no guys. This is a beautiful home in South Carolina that has gone to the dogs in a good way. So let's start with you, Ron I guess explain to people why this is such a unique type rescue. Well, when Danny and I started the and after Katrina decided to really do the rescue, you know, the they can help them any dogs getting so many abused dogs to court cases. And then shelters that have been abused and stuff we found by them living as part of our family in a house that dogs could, you know, come out of their shells and have a lot of human activity around them when they live in a kennel, very hard. They go to the back of the kennel and they stay scared. And we've out that every dog that we take that. If they. Cannot find a home as good as we give them or better that they won't leave. So this is a safe haven for them. And we treat him like our own personal dodge than we have. We actually still have two dogs left from Katrina. Oh, what are their names? We have fella, and we have ele they rhyme. Of course. So tell us about the four one one on Stella Ella. They just you know, as we kept getting dogs and crates and stuff, you know, they just came, you know, they would come full, you know, knee-deep and feces and urine because you know, unfortunately, they did not have all these thoughts were in warehouses. They didn't have the staff to walk them and clean them. And because you know, the shelters were so pack themselves, and then all of a sudden, you know, they had to create these massive shelters and building though there just wasn't staff to take care of them. So when we would get them. I mean, they were you know, in horrible condition, then you know, the two that we have emotionally there. They just weren't ready to go to a home in the ones that we feel that are very very scared and not really ready or capable to go to another situation without really panicking them. You know, they live their life out with us. How old are Stella in L? Kind of dogs. Are they fella is a black lab mix? And she is hurting me this year. You're kidding. Wow. Okay. L A is a very small shepherd type of mic, then she is turning fifteen this year. Okay. And I go ahead. Danny. I was just gonna say that another thing that makes us a little different is that when we were eyeballing all these different animals and stuff we realize that no one is gonna take the ones that have I issues or skin conditions, and and look like crap. And somehow we felt that we had to do that. And by doing it. And when we say it's in our name, it's it's our dog, and we treat it like our dogs. So we ended up getting a lot of dogs that have some costly problems to cure. But we sure didn't want him to die because of that. And that's why we chose so many dogs like that. And we said whether we have the money or not we'll get the work done, and we'll make them whole again. And it's been sort of like that whether we had it or not we do it anyway. And. Eventually we keep catching up. But of course, it makes the bills get high and then we'd go back down again. So all right. Well, we're speaking with two very important rescue gentlemen, and we're talking to Ron Danna, and Danny Robert Shaw, we're going to find out what they would do if they won the lotto right after we take this commercial break, so sentenced stay. We'll be right back. Time for a walk on the red carpet, of course, albeit we'll be back in a flash right after these messages..

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"beverly hills los angeles" Discussed on 790 KABC

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01:56 min | 2 years ago

"beverly hills los angeles" Discussed on 790 KABC

"Job fighting this fire today as we show you some video of this firefight of the portola fire that began this afternoon and for a time was very concerning because those flames went right up to the backyard of homes but as chief mark curry of the fire department explained to nbc four during our four o'clock hour everything went right today the winds cooperated and the homeowners cooperated including two people you're going to hear from right now firemen were here right away and they just said you know be prepared to to leave you know right away i mean i was in bare feet just reading put on my tennis shoes it's frightening but i have a lot of peace because i have fire insurance so it's i mean of course you don't want anything to happen we don't want any station or any homes to be lost but you don't have control take a look here now looking back live surveyed this map of the affected area those are the los angeles fire department calls trucking caroline spaghetti streets because when you look on a map it just looks like spaghetti thrown on a plate very difficult to navigate very narrow summer one way and some are difficult to get fire apparatus in and out of that's why we have our red flag warning parking days so they did a very good job coming here today because they will tell you no matter what fire department you talk to whether it's the beverly hills los angeles fire department or la county this is a high priority area as i'm going to step out of the way here and we're way up on this ridge sides off portola look at those homes right there this is an area that has not had a major fire since the bel air blaze almost sixteen years ago they know it is inevitable and they are just doing what they can to try and stay ahead of it they did that this afternoon for now we're live in beverly hills and robert kavazovic let's go back to you we want to give you.

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"beverly hills los angeles" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

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02:17 min | 2 years ago

"beverly hills los angeles" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

"Was these time nine twentythree nfl owners coming together yesterday at their meeting in atlanta and announcing new rules concerning the national anthem at games insisting that players on the field must stand for the anthem or the team he'll get fine nfl commissioner roger goodell calling the unanimous vote by team owners a compromise but the nfl players association says it was not consulted on this change the giants releasing a statement through their owner john mary yesterday on sirius where he said he expects the players to stand during the anthem but the jets quite the opposite they say they'll actually pay any fines and not penalize players if they violate the new nfl policy president trump had some things to say about it fox and friends this morning this country's loose smart very smart people and you know that's something ideally could have been taken care of one it first started it would have been a lot easier news time nine to twenty four you're in the city of manhattan grand jury is now hearing the criminal case against harvey weinstein that story from aaron katersky a grand jury here in new york has begun hearing evidence says it weighs whether to indict harvey weinstein police have said for months there's enough evidence to charge weinstein in connection with the accusations of two women past clarita and the chia evans evans told the new yorker weinstein forced her to perform oral sex he has denied it we're told the investigation has recently made significant progress and prosecutors began putting witnesses and other evidence before the grand jury weinstein under criminal investigation now in manhattan beverly hills los angeles and london democratic state convention continues at hofstra on long island today it kicked off yesterday andrew cuomo winning the party nomination but more than ninety five percent of the votes cast by state delegates cynthia nixon only got a handful hillary clinton was there to help rally up the party these are difficult times for our country but i have never been prouder to be a new yorker or a democrat than i am today cynthia nixon challenging cuomo was not invited to speak but attended anyway she'll appear on the democratic primary ticket in september on the republican side they're meeting this week at their convention here in manhattan duchess county executive mark molinaro accepting his delegates nomination new challenge mr cuomo.

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02:15 min | 2 years ago

"beverly hills los angeles" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

"The national football league announcing new rules concerning the national anthem at games insisting that players on the field must stand for the anthem or the team will be fine gio benitez with more nfl commissioner roger goodell calling the unanimous vote by team owners a compromise but the nfl players association says it was not consulted on this change and there's been immediate reaction from a local team at new york jets say they will pay any fines and not penalize players if they violate the new policy jets owner christopher johnson wednesday the team is focused on working with players to advance social justice issues rather than creating club rolls or penalties that restrict demonstrations later on today president trump expected to actually this morning to speak with fox news about the anthem controversy and the new policy from the nfl wins news time five twenty four manhattan grand jury is now hearing the criminal case against harvey weinstein here's aaron katersky a grand jury here in new york has begun hearing evidence says it weighs whether to indict harvey weinstein police have said for months there's enough evidence to charge weinstein in connection with the accusations of two women past and nuccio evans evans told the new yorker weinstein forced her to perform oral sex he has denied it we're told the investigation has recently made significant progress and prosecutors began putting witnesses and other evidence before the grand jury weinstein under investigation in manhattan beverly hills los angeles and london democratic state convention going on at hofstra on the island and kicked off yesterday andrew cuomo winning the party nomination with more than ninety five percent of the votes cast by delegates at that convention cynthia nixon only getting a handful of votes hillary clinton was there to help rally the party these are difficult times for our country but i have never been prouder to be a new yorker or a democrat than i am today cynthia nixon was not invited to speak but she did attend anyway she'll appear in the democratic primary ticket in september though former vice president joe biden will be speaking the convention at hofstra today on the republican side they're awesome meeting this week in manhattan and duchess county executive mark molinaro accepted their nomination he'll be on the.

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"beverly hills los angeles" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"beverly hills los angeles" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Faces sexual harassment accusations from dozens of women including rape weinstein is under criminal investigation in manhattan beverly hills los angeles and london he has not been charged with any crimes duchess county executive mark molinaro won the republican nomination for new york governor today promising that if elected he would take on corruption and entrenched special interests he beat out a bid from syracuse republican john defrancisco the deputy majority leader of the new york state senate the democrats chose incumbent andrew cuomo at they're convention today on long island president trump's soninlaw and senior adviser jared kushner has had his white house security clearance restored today correspondent evan perez has more the white house has now restored jared kushner's security clearance if you remember it was suspended back in february when the white house is doing an overhaul of security clearances after the rob porter scandal he was self employed at the white house despite the allegations of spousal abuse and so the security clearances of jared kushner and other top officials several top officials who had been pending was suspended at the time and the muller prove has also hung over kushner's status in the white house former mets center fielder lenny dykstra was arrested this morning after an altercation with an uber driver dykstra who lives in linden new jersey was charged with making terroristic threats and several drug offenses after he was found with illegal substances police say when the driver refused to change the destination dykstra allegedly put a weapon to his head the driver then drove to the police station and beeped until officers came out the man at the center of a hate filled rant on the long island railroad has been charged with a hate crime after the.

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"beverly hills los angeles" Discussed on WEEI

WEEI

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"beverly hills los angeles" Discussed on WEEI

"It's a mighty culture club no doubt the proposed hosts north coast north course renovated in twenty ten it's the playboy mansion is on the property well i guess it's in beverly hills los angeles country club out if scores i guess the play mansion is north of the property so forget playmates in i see you golf liking us these right now i feel like i've played i feel like i played golf there but not there like on one side cords the side like courses they're like not the actual la country globe like the smaller things like other side so there whatever the renovations must have been impressive for them to get the what is it twenty twenty one or twenty twenty two us twenty twenty two twenty twenty two or twenty twenty three plus still have plenty of time flat flat not just saying that's i mean listen they don't usually go to a big city no to play of course they usually i mean to play the the the tournament they usually it's usually outside of a big city it actually coming to los angeles.

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