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"cardwell" Discussed on The Culture Soup Podcast
"On august fifth and so. We're so excited about that. I in fact. I'm leaving in just a couple of days to begin work on that. Sandra seaton is the librettist in carlos. Simon wrote the music for it. And it's going to be about the life of mary. Cardwell dawson And so that is upcoming. We've got the big launch of the foundation. Which is coming up next year and twenty twenty two very excited about that. I also have tremendous honor and the great responsibility of making my direct to'real debut Wow i'm directing and opera directing an opera which that i've had a great amount of experience with on the other side of the proscenium arch but now this is a very very new and daunting assignment as director. I think you're up for it thank you. I'm certainly learning. And i'm open to learn from some of the great time i'm a meeting coming up this way with bartlett sheer. Who's going to help me. And kevin murphy has been helping me and i'm francesca's umbrellas been helping me and i've been reaching out to those successful directors in the business in asking. Please help me. Please schoolmate You know. I have a great experience with this opera of being on the other side of the stage is quite something else. So that is something that's occupying taking up a lot of thought traffic creating a lot of thought. Traffic at the moment is making this direct debut m. and then i've got another one after that one so i've got some you know opposite. I'm going to be directing coming down the line. And then i still have the career. I still have a lot of things that are going on with their. We return to the metropolitan opera in the fall with invest which. We just got that news the other day. So we're thrilled about that. And making sure that everybody is vaccinated is going to be safe and that we can return to the theater and take turn off the goats light. Lift up the curtain and get back to what it is that we know how to do and being able to tell important stories like that of the story so i'm returning back to the theater so all of those wonderful things denisa so exciting. Listen where can people follow you on social media at graves. Montgomery my married name is montgomery also so at graves gummer but also it cooking with denise. I host a cooking show at a time. That people can follow that on instagram. You can follow. What we're doing at the denise grace foundation on on instagram on facebook through our websites All of those different things to find out what's going on what's in front of us and yeah i. I'm incredibly proud of the group that we have assembled at the foundation. We've got a lot of incredible dedicated. Souls like a ronald smith you met. Linda gain are simona harp gum kit. Emory you know gilbert hernandez we've got wonderful people who feel as passionate as i do about getting those wonderful stories out there and celebrating. Some of our great here is in these people who have allowed us to had the career that we've had like mary. Cardwell dawson whose late. Who was incredible trail blazer and the reason that we have the careers that we have is because of the work that she late right right that we know the price. The reason that we know marian anderson is because of the work that she did amazing and you said she took about forty artists to the met and we didn't. We don't even know about that. Five hundred hundred black artists. Wow black are as the metropolitan opera. People don't know that wonderful work by clarence cameron. White was himself a violinists but also a composer. They did a piece called winder and they were not allowed by the unions at that time to perform standard repertoire. So they came. They had to bring everything. They're new there. They had to bring your own box office. Even they had to bring their own opera and their own people their own stagehands their own. You know everything to own. Orchestra conducted director designer dancers. Everything but over. Five hundred people to the metropolitan opera house in people don't aren't aware of that n on aware of the work but we are picking up that mantle because we had that responsibility because we are her children and we are the benefactors of the work that she and so many others like her have done in so that's our job now to carry that full. Yeah well god bless you denise for taking the helm on this project. It's so exciting. I in her to the madame. Cj walker opera. She did the things. She became an entrepreneur and she blessed so many artists despite her work in is so exciting. I can't wait to hear more about it and denise. I'm so glad to call you my friend my sister. I hope you'll come back on the show sometime again and again and again. Thank you for everything. Thank you for your support. Thank you for your prayers and your. We're going to need that as we continue to journey forward. We're gonna need support from everybody. So i do well right there with you. Thank you so much. You have a great day. Thank you dear. I loved by the juicy park as ever cannot notifies communication the culture soup podcast is a registered trademark of no silos. Communications l l c..
"cardwell" Discussed on The Culture Soup Podcast
"The i love right well and you know they're showing up and being in spaces and be your authentic black self but then there's also doing the work you wanna talk about. What you doing with the denise grace foundation. I think is fascinating. I think it speaks to exactly what we've been talking about about the denise grace foundation what we we know that an and with this particular this rebirth that we're we're seeing happened all around the globe particularly in america where people are really focused on diversity on equity on inclusion that we uncover and we shine the spotlight on those who have been systematically and traditionally left out of the story. So what. We're doing with the denise grace foundation is that we're telling those stories of great american heroes that we never learned about People never learned about that why people never learned about those stories. You know we just had him back in may thirty first. We just have this story about the tulsa race Mascot right one hundred years people didn't know about it right. You know people didn't know about it. we've seen the birth of loss of organizations. That are there's a wonderful woman by the name of hamid drake. Who's doing something called the unknown project and again it's about celebrating. Those great americans who have traditionally been left out of the story so we are going through the lens of music with the denise grace foundation so we look at somebody let who has served as inspiration for us and that is mary. Cardwell dawson hard. World awesome wanted to be an opera singer and so she graduate from the new england conservatory. Which is my alma mater. Nine hundred and five. She graduated as a double degree with voice with piano. Now took our longtime to get that degree because you know they difficult they were making it possible and would hoping that she would quit so by the time she graduates. She was thirty years old because they just kept giving her. They'll move finish line. He moved the goalposts throw. You can't do that anyway. Whatever she finished and then she wanted to get hired as an opposite would hire how so. She decided that she would create our own company. Like you've done. Look i've done. Yes seen so many wonderful mighty women due to say we'd look and see where there's a problem and how we're gonna six that problem right and if it doesn't exist and we will fill in that void. So she she created the national negro opera company Which is a building that stance is an old victorian home. The stands in pittsburgh still standing. Today it was the longest running the most successful run by this black woman. And what she did was. She gave jobs to over eighteen hundred singers. Just singers alone k then. She hired orchestras designers conductors. And the directors and all those people and then she had to find venues for them to perform all over the world and cheat all over the united states and she. She had chapters in cleveland in chicago in new york in baltimore in washington. Dc personal she created these national negro opera companies to give an opportunity to celebrate black. A artistry from these fantastic artists who were otherwise not getting higher and clearly just because of the color of their skin so then she also taught music says she taught she taught voice and she took piano and she taught languages and she starts stage direction and she had she taught over six hundred kids music. Right one of which was robert mcferrin. The father of bobby mixer amal jamal just pianist. Who still is alive today. Every ride all these ventured launched the careers of lillian avantis. She launched career of so many incredible people. And then this place this wonderful monument which still stands in pittsburgh today which we at the denise grace foundation are raising money for original wariness about to get this place rebuilt because it's nearly dilapidated. still standing. Some advancing has been declared since one thousand nine hundred four the number one on the endangered monuments list. So the young the historic preservation society. It is protected because it is a national monument but this place was also an access house in a safe house. So when jazz greats giants like like lena horne like count. Basie sarah vaughan like all these people would come. That was during the time of segregation. They had no place to stay on the tour. It would stay at the opera house. That's amazing that is amazing. So and but this is she's been called the first lady of opera and nobody knows nobody knows about her and they're hidden figure in another big. We're concerned with that. The denise grace foundation we are an organization that's about hidden figures about great american heroes know about bringing those stories to the public through the research through our programs through getting into getting educational model modules into the public schools into the music conservatories of schools of music. All kinds of things like that. And that's what we're doing. That's amazing and this conversation with you and one of your leaders of the organization ronald t smith. It was an awesome conversation and one of the things he drew out. And you brought this parallel out just into so much of what we're doing is parallel. And what miss mary did with. The opera house was away to say. I'll just include myself. I love that is what we have to do sometimes. It's exactly what you have to do because again again. If this is being controlled the wave of the country has been unfolding has been under you. Know a white dominance then. They're not going to see that they're not going to know that on until they do and i think that what's happening now is that we're seeing people who are as as we said earlier authentically sincere about wanting to make this country more equitable more inclusive more diverse and reflect who we are american experiment that we are an amalgamation of all kinds of different color and back is strain and is our beauty. Is that so many different voices and so many different perspectives and that we can find a way to use this to advance us. Forward as a nation absolutely denise. What's coming up for you for the foundation. What do people need to know. So what's coming up for me. Which i'm incredibly excited about. We were just talking about our foundation and mirror. Club will dawson I am doing the musical either. It's called a play with music. Okay about the life of mary cocoa dawson. And that's going this summer Debuted at glimmer glass music festival in cooperstown where the baseball hall of famous Um.
"cardwell" Discussed on The Culture Soup Podcast
"All around the planet rice and so and so when we saw this kind of unbelievable daily unrest and everything that was going on. Why can that happen. Why can people get away with that right and we know that over four hundred years in this country. We've had that sort of thing happening. The whole time with lynching jim that's that's been part of the american experienced also right but why have people gotten away with it. Well they gotten away with it because well first of all the majority has been in power for and again they have the same blind spot but but more importantly they've been told a story that dehumanizes black people and when you dehumanize them then you can justify yes because you don't see them as human anyway right so you you're able to do that embattled. Why is diversity important because we need to sit across the table from each other and say you're just as good as me right just as good as black people. We care about our children to. We want to be healthy too right. We care about to care about the climate as well. We're all human beings more or less. Want the same things until you have that experience from meeting other people all you have to go on is the images and a stereotype that been presented to you and then we continue adjust the cycle just continues to repeat itself over and over and over again. Because you don't actually have a black friend that you know anything about all white friend that you know anything about or an asian friend french francs and you feel very very differently than when people start talking about you. Know my fam- my family here in my home is everything of everything. And that's been a great great blessing to my life and a great blessing. Because i also inherited when i married my has been i also in inherit tribe not just his family but also the children from his first marriage. And i'm really proud of us. I'm really proud of what we've been able to do as a family and how we have all had to learn and grow and listen to each other. They've had to listen to me to listen to them. Had to see different perspective and this is what's important if we all make up. The united states of america each life is important yes is equally glorious one. One group of people doesn't get to decide what it's going to be like for everybody eight right. You know what you have done such good work. I've just being excellent. Which has allowed you to bubble up to the top and show up in places where we may not have typically seen people that. Look like you and me for instance. You've got a couple of presidential inaugurations under your belt right you have. I believe that you saying the the homegoing of ruth bader ginsburg right. Yeah i remember seeing you there jessica great president or it and done i'm born and raised in washington dc. So i've been involved in embraced in the political scene here and have participated in a lot of important That does so much for little black girls. Little black boys little black anybody to see you even grown people to see you in those spaces but you touched on something. That's really interesting when you went to the point where you were saying that you have gotten criticism from other black people saying you're not black enough now. I know this like. I'm so that story growing up because as you know i'm classically. Trained as a metal soprano. A lot of people don't really understand what that means. They make the leap to opera. First of all which doesn't necessarily mean that it means that i was trained in the classic way right and i did learn a lot of classical music but i saying all the john ras and i would typically get the side. I from a lot of my friends some family. Because i didn't sing gut bucket gospel. Which is i love. You know but there are other people that did that. We don't tend to make room and spaces sometimes for the diversity within our own culture that all the time all the time here in washington some years ago they did attribute tribute to marian anderson k. The first african american to sing at the metropolitan one opera singer involved in. Shell not one again. That was again. Another blind spot. Because you know. I think people think that that belong to european art form and that belongs here and their offense. This lots of wonderful amazing. Yeah i mean amazing artists that have come before marina. You know sister jones mirror cardwell dawson elizabeth taylor greenfield. Marie select the higher sisters. And then mary anderson of course the great the great the mighty you know leontyne price probably the one the greatest voices of i'm hands down and lots of wonderful artists. Who were out there today. You know beautiful there. There isn't a ray of excellent artis that within the culture and when these people are planning to so this is why it's important so i wanna thank you for having me on your show because this is why it's important that i'm here. Yes because people don't know or they're not in the areas where they would know about an opera singer or learn about different opera singers and so we are as varied as a as a as a group of people as any as anyone else. Ma'am yes ma'am a whole span of great excellence in artistry in every area and so we have to learn to look at the refined arts as well. I mean. I don't know misty copeland right. Everybody's really really proud of her to see her out there dancing as a classical you know classical ours in part of the kennedy center honors of the artistic committee and it used to be very very early on that that that that particular franchise was just celebrating the refined our end up to all kinds you know. Ll cool j. one rain and now we're seeing heavy allen yelling just recently which was awesome and but but yes so we all have to learn but it's important that there's representation within the black community as well as to the wonderful artists who are across all kinds of genres of music because We have so much to offer. We have so much to say. We're out here doing great work for those people who have said that. I wasn't black enough. I've been blocked from the very beginning. And i gotta tell you when. I'm over in china or i'm in russia or when i'm in ireland black Okay so you can't tell me that. I'm not much no because i have been so often the only one in the room. I know that more more so than you know someone else writes with. So i know what that means but but but what needs to be healed in that statement in saying you're not black enough is what needs to be healed and what needs to be addressed is because we have been told that this is who you are and no one can define who you are right. You cannot let or signed somebody else. Who's not you define who you are. But you know so. That's been very hurtful to the black community because people have people drank the koolade. Yes okay within. this is what i am. And if you're not like that and that means you're not like us. But.
"cardwell" Discussed on The Tony Robbins Podcast
"To sleep insults and rage and what we do. Now we call you maids. You're a race baiter you're this. You're that you're homophobic. Whatever we want call you. We call you a name to avoid because once i can put you in a category isolate you there at. I don't give you credit for bigger human being. You're white man. You your black anytime. People can put a label on you. They can put you a file at discredit you. And that's why. I don't like labels even when people say that i'm a minister. S said yes minister but don't put a period where god put a combo. I'm you know. I'm a thinker. I've a leader I see oh. I'm a creator. I'm a writer. I'm a bad. I'm a father a guy. I'm a fool i'm crazy. I'm funny i'm stupid. I'm smart but all of that is sitting in this chair right now and to have the whole spectrum of yourself engaged in the process when you speak to people. Because i've heard you speak you. You'll you'll make them cry. You'll have everybody jumping embiid. Lebron fired dawn. Cardwell's stuff like you could get them in. But you bring all of tony. Robbins comes to the stage. It's not just a piece of him. it's all of him. That comes to the stage and i think that in order for you to be a great orator you have to know you are and bring all of yourself with you when you stand behind the mic said trump. The might that means that you the mike is attached to something. Its influence its power just speaking. It's a platform. it's a state is social media technology. It's it's probably it's filled. It's it's music. It sold whatever. God gave you the work with that. Is your bike for folks that you you cannot drop it. I i love you personally. I did. You know that a strong word for lack people. But it's just the truth. I also think that when you look at what makes you effective in my mind looking across the table you. It's all those parts of you described that people don't want to take in because it's too hard. Most people are cognitive misers. It is one figure it out real quick. Also they don't want anything they have to be questioned later not be question or after think or communicate or persuade or share or anything just label somebody but the one thing that i think you told me if i'm wrong that is behind it. All the one thing that will go through every she ll has not judgment but look you can't influence somebody while you're judging them the right you pour so much love i. I love my audience. As i really think in field who. They are different everywhere this well when i went from twenty thousand nine hundred you're going to one hundred sixteen hundred and seventeen cities in seventeen countries on we times. Four or five six seventy programs quarter million people to to an appaling people this year and i brought it home. It's have a little baby girl. Be over events. But when i go to china i think what's different than one in japan and then even them who's there in that audience in that country and what's going on what is the ultimate. What is the experience. So most people don't wanna do that. But where's loved in. The magic of your power is everything i to. It's awesome absolutely. Have you love these people you got through..
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"Defensive. Pairing whoever is going to be at the relationship investment field relationship with them. Yeah yeah yeah. Yeah because if if we're talking about where we're going to get hurt is probably in and around there. I'm hoping that we can from a defensive point of view we can stop a lot of of the greats in is gonna come into that area and try and do this stuff with talking about having to be flawless or just play henderson flunk flank him with right bags and left box. Just fucking chaos can bowl because he's sick like this like so why is he. Is he going. because i don't think. I think he wants to play to three one because of an old for free freezing. He likes four free. Free 'cause maguire is not going to be fit to start. Is he gonna play three alabama because i would rob him still play. Stones play. cardwell connects to pray restrains where he plays. Luke shored show where they try and keep that kept the defensive solidity in front of him in front of in front of car walker. Now and you know. He's he's going to help but i just think that if we start going into three and stuff right out of the back which is leaving too much space people to attack. I have an issue with forty three one. I don't know it sufficiently fluid. I get nervous about it. When i see forty three hundred distinct myself. I don't have a problem with the defensive to it's more like you created a block there. When need the moment you've got like the one top fixed point you make more predictable and the beauty of forty three is that cain withdraw on a canes. Greatest strengths is a nine. Actually how much he vacates positions while of poland's and how deep becomes whole vacate space really. Well that's why royce has been doing so well games. Marker was for dortmund lie so a forty three one. Just worried too. Is i worry about the cratia problem. Cratia like oh yeah. We'd heard really good. And then we pressed him and then like it wasn't a deal for them. I just worry that will end up in. A slight defensive crouch like in terms of personnel forty. Three one four three three. I think he can basically picked the same team in just with him without the bullock safe. For argument's.
"cardwell" Discussed on 600 WREC
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Jeez, I I just think it's a matter of cleaning it to I I don't know The thing I'm struggling with is why are we getting that odor? Um, because odor is created by bacteria. Where's the bacteria coming from? Is the water level lower in the cistern and dust is getting in there is the odor emanating from above the water line. That's why it's not affecting the Um, the taste of the water. Um so I guess those would be my concern is probably the area above the water line and just a good solid cleaning and rinsing and take care of the problem. Okay? Okay. You've never heard of any kind of additive, though. I'm sure there is, but no, I'm not. I'll give you a website to search. I I'm pretty familiar with this company. But I don't know if they have a narrative for cisterns or not. And the name of it is robotic R O E. Be I see. Now they have a lot of drink cleaners and different products for septic tanks. I don't know if they have anything for cisterns. Okay, Well, thank you, sir. All right. Thank you. Take care. Good bye, Mama. All right. We'll go to calm because Georgia and we have Dave Dave, welcome. You doing? Yes, sir. Fine. Look here. I'm Reed saw Christine Tubbs. Okay? Yeah. Used stuff that comes out of Home Depot. Later down the line it shakes. You recommend? Maybe our marine paint or something? Well that earn a poxy. I know there's um, the one you used at a Home depot. There's there's a couple out on the market. Um, was it and a poxy or was it just a non a poxy tub paint? It would just not a process helping. Okay, so they probably having a poxy tub paint. And it's made by home AC Home. Acker home, Max H O M A X. I think Home, Max, and it's a two part of poxy. And that would probably be You know, a little bit more substantial. The secret is and you know there's people that do this professionally. Where they have priority. Um primers. Um In their sprayed on so prep is 100% the name of the game here? You gotta get that super super clean. And you got to get that a poxy to really bite on it. So when you get that tub pain by home, Max the A poxy really read the instructions in the instructions or rather lengthy. And spend the time on the prep. Because that that's going to be the key. Whether the stuff's gonna work and stand up. I've used it before. My only knock on it is I didn't spray it. I brushed it. And you could kind of see the brush marks, but it's stuck. And it stayed, so it did a decent job. The applicator could've done a little better job about how long does that take the drive overnight? So you know, you put it on and I think it's eight hours. I don't know if there was, um you know, telling you tow not use the tub for 24 hours. It's been a while, but I would say plan on a day and you should be good. Okay? All right in my hand and have them send somebody stand blasted to get it all the way down. To the circus. Well, I don't think you need to do that. I mean, I think if you just is the tub kind, of course now kind of rough. Yeah. Yeah, I just think if you just get yourself a Palm Sander and saying that down real good, Just don't put it on a real shiny surface or you know where it's still glazed. You just want to cut through that. Already. All right? Very much. You give me a lot of information. I appreciate it. Thanks, Dave. You take care. Bye bye. All right. Our phone number is 808 to 38255 and Thing will try to squeeze time on here, Tom. Welcome. Good morning. Let me get you off Speaker Gary. All right. I started out with one question, but I've got to first I've got a bottle of wet. Forget I live in northeast Ohio. OK, andare between our temperatures and our rainfall. It's just kind of hard to get it applied. But I had a new roof put on in November and I have concerns. I've got a 50 year old Cape Cardwell. Back in my concern was spraying the siding. Would there be any discoloration in the new shingled roof? No. Should I kind of hope. None. None. It won't hurt anything. It really won't. Now, If you've got a roof, it may have a does it have a guaranteed? Ah, you know, Algy won't grow on it for like, 10 years or anything. Well, um They can It does I? Yes. So what I would do if it does. I think you're probably wasting the product. It'll do a good job. Probably around eight year eight or nine. I would spray the roof of that point. I've gotten people trees on both sides, the house and I'm not. I don't want to spray the roof. I want to spray the siding with the warmers and my concern was over spray or the water running through the fluid running down route there. Gotcha..
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"Fifth foul full time. McMillan has not been on the court for 60 seconds has already made too bad passes. One. It could have been an easy too, and then we'll see what this one ends up with Flanagan's free throw too much spin on any kicks off the right edge of the of the rim. It went down below the iron and had a lot of English on it spun out. No. He misses the second one on the left side. He missed both foul shots. Dogs rebound. A second Miss with Katie Johnson Johnson one handed bounce pass to Garcia attacks, the paint the whistle blows. For his shot attempt. That's gonna be a foul on Cardwell for Auburn. Wow, Cold fowl in armor. That's good. That's a second, and they're both on cargo. Five on us. That's two on card. Well, he's still in the ball game. If we throw it in the challenge almost took it away on the far sideline. But Katie That body position on Devin Cambridge, who was trying to steal the entry pass again. Severe has got the dribble right now. Screen out front by MacMillan. Severe floater inside the right elbow in and out. No good. Home and then Wheeler almost picked cardinals pocket under the basket, but was out of bounds underneath. Little fella Halmos that one Had one stolen. They're just kind of like he had his stolen earlier by Auburn. He almost did the same thing to Cardwell, who had the rebound. And Wheeler knocked it out of his hands knocked it loose, But they ran out of room on the baseline. Auburn will have the ball. 17 13, Georgia by four dogs. Big lead has been eight so far in this half attended to Tom Cream will roll the dice here. He's got Tai Fai get back on the floor, So let's see how this war tell Fagan with two fouls. Scored the first seven points of the game for Georgia. Cooper's on the bench for Auburn. Right now, Flanagan at the point feeds it into Big Thor. Mr. Turn around four footer in front of the basket rebound of the dogs. There's Flint. Fagan's walking it into the front court for the dogs feeds it back to Michael starts who's in now the juco transfer from Miami. Starts the Garcia hand off on the right wing Katie. He's at the hash bounce feed inside the Ark to Garcia work. Spend slips in the paint still lays it up off the front of the rim. No good rebound. Auburn. Jalen Williams Gonna take it all the way up bouncing to Thor missed his target taken away by the dogs. We go back the other way. Johnson's layup attempt blocked by Auburn off the backboard chased down by starts. Georgia keeps the possession, McMillan almost walks at the elbow. Then get stripped and stolen off. I'm going to run it the other way. Lay in over the iron, No good planning, and they Miss McMillan rebounds for the dogs. We go back the other way right to left, Starts penetrate, kick out Johnson. He attacks in the paint bounces it to Garcia wide open. They.
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"Well, let's see how wake the Auburn Tigers are. When they stepped back out on the floor here, but Yeah. After that time out, they might have their change. Rattle a little bit of a Georgia leads a 10 to 4 in case they missed it The first time around. They may have been reminded you're in the time out. Unfortunately, the dog's tie, Fagan picked up his second foul. They're going into the time out. He had the first seven points for Georgia. We get Katie Johnson into the ball game. And Jamal Johnson at the free throw line for Auburn, 64 transfer from Memphis and his free throw is up and in good Into five. Now. Dogs by five on Johnson second free throw around the room a few times before falling through the net, so he had prepared Johnson is 70% stepped up there and knock them both down. It's 10 to 6 Dogs lead and Georgia will have the basketball. Whaler walks it into the front court, right toe left. As we view it. Wheeler gets a screen from tomorrow looks the past right wing to Cairo. We go down low on the baseline due tomorrow. He works against Cardwell and Big Auburn Center's gonna be called for Push file is Shelves tomorrow on the errant shot Mike Nance with the whistle and tomorrow we'll go to the foul on first foul on Dylan Cardwell, 6 11 and 2 50 freshman center. From Augusta, Georgia. But Spent his senior season at McEachern High School after two years of O Kill academy, and the first free throw by Camara.
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"It's friday january twenty ninth. I'm dan radcliffe in these. Are your top stories for the gwinnett. Daily post podcast brought to you by key. Amal of georgia police are looking for the man accused of calling in a fake bomb threat against the smoothie. King location owned by his ex-wife. Lawrenceville is beginning to crack down on illegal parking. The gwinnett chamber has introduced a new board. Chairman and board members. Swannee has a new police. Chief and george walton academy teacher. John griffin has been named outstanding teacher of american history. Why by kia mall of georgia. We provide award winning. Customer satisfaction have been a family owned business for over twenty years buying or leasing with us as fast and easy and you can get pre approved online and simple steps. We offer top dollar on trade ins and have new vehicle specials that are updated every month and are factory trained technicians make servicing your vehicle convenient with extended service hours. Stop by and shop with us on the lot or visit us online at love. My key dot com our top story today lawrenceville. Police are taking the first steps in a parking enforcement effort designed to curb illegal parking in the city starting monday with actual enforcement of the parking rules to begin march first orangeville police will leave violation notices on the windshields of vehicles that park during the grace period these will effectively be warnings although habitual violators or drivers whose parked vehicle creates an immediate safety. Issue will receive a citation with the warnings will stop once. Full enforcement begins in march. Are you following. The city's parking rules see specifics. At gwinnett daily post dotcom chamber recently introduced its new twenty twenty one board chairman and board members georgia power metro north region director. Doug jenkins will serve as the chamber board's chairman for twenty twenty one. He follows capital city. Home loans tammy shumate who served as the chambers twenty twenty board chairwoman. The new chamber board with more than forty members is the most diverse board in the organization's history. Hey guys it's a manly your local host gwinnett native two thousand and twenty's been different year for sure but if the time has come for you and your family to buy sell or rent a new home hanging sloppy properties is here to help peggy and her team have been in gwinnett and surrounding areas for thirty eight years. Now helping folks just like you and me pegging. Her team are a little different per team of thirty five. Plus realtors realize at fostering strong relationships within the community is the key to their business. Peggy's team of professionals can work with you regardless of circumstance residential homes new homes rentals with listings all over the county in today's climate. You hear a lot of noise from others on how they can help you. The differences at peggy sloppy properties. They're buying and selling for neighbors family and friends. Don't you believe you'll get the most value from a team that knows the lay of the land visit peggy slap you properties online at p. asked pete online dot com or. Give them a call. Twenty four seven at seven seven zero two seven one five five five five. Peggy delivers the very best in bonet and georgia real estate. Because you deserve no less concerns atlanta. This is jay lewis owners an engineer. Solutions georgia lewis. What should a homeowner do. They have a crack in their block wall corner of their door window or concrete foundation. Well jay. if it's a diagonal crack this. Lets us know that they should be concerned in. There could be a serious problem. Then they should call her office at six seven. Eighty s o g now in set up an appointment to have one of our qualified. Professional technicians come out to their property to take a look at the problem. I'm consumer investigator. Dale cardwell. I've done the research already so you don't have to. You can trust engineered solutions of georgia give engineered solutions of georgia. A call at six seven eight. Eso now.
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"Well, yeah, he's got all the latest Gulf News. It's always fun to gossip a little bit with Jeff and just catch up on news on the PGA Tour. I got my vaccine this week. Well, good for you. I can't find a place to get a vacuum. Is anybody out there listening? Who could get me and I'm on every list in the world? I even signed up with Waco this week. I'm on pharmacy. I'm on city of Austin. I'm on the U. T. M on the Waco list. One glad you got it. Well, it was It was a little freakish. I mean, it was hard enough to get registered on the city of Boston. So that was a mess. Yeah, that's the big but I just kept looking and All of a sudden, there were all these appointments that popped up. I made one for 4 30 on Thursday went to the Delco Center and boy, was it efficient? I got to tell you the websites, no good, but it was a fishing over there with the firefighters registered nurses. And the city employees went quick next day of playing golf, because so no no effects and I suggest people get that vaccine. Well, maybe this will be my week to get The shot. I didn't get the shot, but he did play golf last week played yesterday at Maurice Williams Mow Willy with my Friday morning group. Let me tell you what, that golf course It was a little wet, but it is in excellent shape. The city, not spending much money, immunity lines admissible, but they're spending money it Maurice Williams, that golf courses and really find shape may be the best shape. I think I've ever seen it. Well, I mean, they know more swims gonna be around. Yeah, and many is too but but they're just not willing to spend the money until the least situation is settled or the land is purchased by the conservative. It was really good yesterday. I applaud. The pro and the director of golf out there and the Greens keeper. It was in really, really good shape Play today at Barton Creek had a big time, too. It's always in good shape. It's in good shape. I stopped by immunity a few minutes ago and saw little Henry Cardwell over there. Giving a putting less hey, was over there, one of them. Players at the Austin Junior Golf Academy, and it was full. I asked her at the T sheet today, and they said, very steady and full, and that's even on a day. That's a little bit questionable with cold and Jane. Tomorrow may not be so good. But next week looks like a great week for golf that it's fantastic. Well, there's a lot of got a lot of golf going around with the PGA Tour in the Champions Tour, the European PGA Tour Let's start with the American Express tournament out in the desert. In California and right now Max Homa, who has one win on the PGA Tour, Max home, It is in the lead at minus 15, Richie Varinsky, Si woo Kim and a million Agrio are at minus 14. Tony fee. Now it minus 13 with a group Francesco Molinari back in the country playing and playing the country, the while he's at minus 12. The Longhorns in the field. Doug Game is playing well this week. The former Texas Longhorn currently is intense place Scotty Kramer Hitchcock is in 32nd Place, and Andrew Landry's in 61st place. This is Eo Bob Hope Desert Classic and Let me just say I'm not being critical, and they're not the fans out. There just looks weird. It looks weird watching this golf tournament reminds me of the Phoenix Open because this is a Death golf course. But at least we have something to watch. But, boys, I'm missing the fans out there. I'm missing the entertainment that used to be the Bob Hope Desert Classic. Yeah, I was going to play above Hope clip, And there were so many of him talking about how much he loved Gothic. Everything Crosby did as well. But you remember who used to be in the last group every Saturday on the Bob Hope Desert Classic, you know, Bob hope would play with with help me out here. Harley Palmer don't play, you know, as long as Arnie could play, and that was the last tournament. Arnold Palmer won 1973 the Bob Hope Desert Classic, 10 realized And then Gerald Ford would be the third and usually the defending champion would be with him because the amateurs used to play in the bottle hope and they're taking a year off this year, but You know, a lot of the tour pros did not like the five hour rounds out there during those days, and it's the same thing with Pebble Beach, too, because those those rounds are long and Pebble Beach will not have a Pro and this year the old bean cross. No, they're not gonna have the program this year. So justice players. They're also playing on the European tour. Nobby Dobby at the Abbey Dobby Championship. If you're looking for impressive leader more this is the place to go. Rory McIlroy is the leader of Minus 13. Terrel Hatton. The Englishman is it Minus 12, another Englishman, Tommy Fleetwood, is it minus 11? American David Lipsky is at minus 10. David Lipsky is a guy I went to Northwestern was an all American who mostly plays in Europe. But this is going to be on the golf channel. I think beginning like 1 A.m.. I gotta take that washed it yet, but 1 A.m. tomorrow morning, so this should be a good good final. Also, they're playing in Hawaii on the Champions Tour, the missile bitchy classic. They're just teeing off right now. The leaders aren't this is the final round because they started on off Thursday because three days and they didn't want to go against football tomorrow, so they're about to start their final round. Jerry Kelly, Wisconsin is it minus 13, along with Darren Clarke, also it minus 13. Retief Goosen, is it minus 11? Freddy Couples, is it minus 10 and right now, West Shortest. Hello, Awesome guy, but These cats can play. It's Jeff Urich. I think Jim Furik is to know since he started playing on the senior Tour E won its first two maybe didn't have in one sense in, but I'm telling you, he is a good player. Thies gas. These guys have a great product right now and longer the jail in the mix. They really do, but, uh, there were really liked it up yesterday in Hawaii. All right. Our phone lines are always open to talk about golf. A lot of things to visit with with Geoff Shackelford. Uh, What's going on in the world of golf, the situation with Phil Mickelson and Billy Walters, she We don't know what I'm talking about. Billy Walters is a big gambler in Las Vegas. She met him. I met him one time, but you met him much more than I have. Las Vegas gambler friend of Phil's place in the desert place in Las Vegas. He had been imprisoned up until this week, President Trump in one of his final actions gave him a pardon. And there was a story that Phil Mickelson sent a letter to help Billy out along with some other golfers. Shut out about it. I come to find out filled in sent a letter to get him free. And it seems like and we'll learn more with Geoff Shackelford seems like they're not..
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"Community of Ocean Side to save Go Hill Park. To see what it's become. Now, after he, you know, saved it and all that that community has put into it. And you know you guys had that ad right before we came on for this segment and And talking about what? Lions? New knee is in terms of green space. I've heard Ben say it. I've heard you say it, Scotty have heard. You know, many locals talk about how now more than ever How important it is to have green space. A place where you know it's Yeah, you've got 18 holes. You've got tees and you have greens, but it's that park mentality to me. That's so important. You know, we're always gonna have these great golf courses in America. We're always gonna have the Cypress Point and Augusta Nationals and Oakmont Pebble beaches and you know they're never really in any danger, but it's so critical. There's not A successful golfer known You know that I can think of that Didn't at some point start at a place like lions Munich or go till park the Winter Park nine. Or, you know, Canal shores in the outskirts of Chicago. Are you know, week wake or You know all these different places that are so critical to not just the growth of the game, but the growth of a healthy community that gets together with their kids with their dogs with their families with their friends. And creates, you know, memories and opportunities for feel good stuff, getting off devices and taking a walk and with friends and hitting some shots. So it's important. And that's why that Scotland in Ireland, I'm sure so close to your heart and Australia where I mean, sure, there is a place in this world for country clubs. And for high end resort golf and daily feed off, But there's nothing like a community, putting their arms around a municipal course and the people that you see out there they're from every economic background. Every authenticity on every quality of players that may have you are there in Munich and played with Ray Benson, you play good. May we're 10 or 12 handicaps and you play with little Henry Cardwell, right shot even par. He's part of the Austin Junior Golf Academy, where heads sons, one of the teachers, It's a family dealing and talk about Scotland. Matt, my boys and I and my nephew got to play bro Ra two summers ago. And that was an unbelievable experience where the sheep roam the fairway, So they've got the electric fences around the greens and you get a good ham and cheese sandwich. There. It's it was Unbelievably a marvelous day. A marvelous day. Well, that's just it, right. I mean, that's that, you know, your way have to have Broader Ato also have the old question. You know, The old course itself is a place where you can see people walking their dogs and you know, playing look no further than the old course. Or or Bethpage, Black Rock, Torrey Pines where I can play here now is a San Diego residents $44 You know again, it's on. I think that if nothing else, you know, look, a global pandemic is just horrific. And this has been this is shaken everybody to our core. But one silver lining has been this. This re emergence of, you know the affordable municipal you know, community golf as a way of you know when all the when everything else has been closed and shut down, and kids can't play soccer, basketball, football or whatever it is. That this sports is they have been able to go and play golf and It's it's been. It's been one thing that you know, or we're not going to keep everybody that there's this new sort of tsunami of interest in the game. But I think we're in a position because of places you know, like lions and my coat like w P. 90. You know these ones that get all these attention that the attention Because you know that that also inspired I'm gonna I'm gonna phone call once a week with someone from somewhere saying, how do how do we save our municipal golf course. What can we do to help our city? Manage this golf course. Better or do something differently, or re imagine the 36 holes. We have to make it a better 18 with the kids nine or whatever the case may be. This is happening, you know, And it's that's why lions is so important and why this needs to stay and Bill and Ben get me to get a crack at sort of making it as good as it can possibly be. It's exciting. It is Matt. Can you stay on for a few more questions? Absolutely all right match in l. A with us on the 15th Club on Caleb EJ radio I met plummets along with Scotty stares also more on the tournament of champions. But first the news here on news radio 5 90 K. L. B. J. Watch these. I'm Roger Stern. At least 180.
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"Span. A period of two thousand eleven to two thousand fourteen with people staying at the hotel being charged with rape prostitution pimping keeping a house of prostitution attempted rape aggravated child molestation and cocaine possession. The lawsuit also references a shooting that occurred at the hotel in the summer of two thousand thirteen where one person died and another person was left in critical condition. Another clue that attorneys for the women said should have been a clue for the hotels. Operators was the fact that quote. An extraordinary number of used condoms were left and trash cans in the hotel room where the women were trafficked. The lawsuit also states. That eight to ten men were visiting the room each day and that when one one was being traffic the other hid in a bathroom or sometimes wandered around the hotel property. Another assertion made by attorneys in the lawsuit is that the hotel's owners had a vending machine in the hotel's lobby that was stocked with condoms and drug paraphernalia. This is not the first time. The hotel has been called out for criminal activity taking place on its premises in two thousand nineteen gwinnett solicitor-general. Brian whiteside sent letters red roof in as well as other hotels in gwinnett were crimes have frequently occurred insisting that they take steps to clean up their hotels and address criminal activities taking place on their premises the other hotel locations listed in the sex trafficking and prostitution lawsuits filed recently against red roof in include the smyrna red rufin located at twenty two hundred corporate plaza and smyrna buckhead red roof in plus located in one thousand nine hundred sixty north druid hills road in atlanta fulton industrial. Rudd rufin located at forty four. Thirty frederick drive. In atlanta the atlanta airport south red roof plus located at twenty four fifty old national parkway in college park and a red roof in that was located at twelve hundred virginia avenue in atlanta but has since closed. It's not a coincidence that the same horrific allegations continue to be made about the same hotels with the same brand again and again attorney jonathan tongue who is representing the victims in the norcross case alongside mcdonagh said in a statement read. Rufin officials said they do not comment on pending litigation atlanta this jay and lewis owners of engineered. Solutions georgia lewis. What should a homeowner do. They have crack in their block wall corner of their door window or concrete foundation. Well jay. if it's a diagonal crack this. Let us know that they should be concerned. There could be a serious problem then. They should call our office at six seven eight. Eso g now in set up an appointment to have one of our qualified professional technicians. Come out to their property to take a look at the problem. I'm consumer investigator dale cardwell. I've done the research already so you don't have to. You can trust engineered solutions of georgia give engineered solutions.
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"The streets there a lot of people ignoring social distancing Across Europe of far more muted affair with capitals largely deserted in London, a celebration of sorts when big Ben struck 11 PM, which was midnight in Continental Europe, the appointed time for the UK to finally sever ties with the European Union. Yes, a major headline dropped with the new Year. Brexit is official. That means Brits can no longer live and work in the rest of Europe without a visa and British students gone is there year to study on the other side of the English Channel. For many young Brits, the arrest Ms program had become a rite of passage. World's Europe correspondent Orla Barry has more on that How she Muhammed was 23 when he arrived in center TN in France on an Erasmus program. It was the summer of 2000 and 51 of the first impressions was how dirty the streets were, actually because I remember at the time people just didn't seem to pick up after their dogs. Mohammed, a British citizen, was studying low of the University of Hartford. Sure. In England. It was this French teacher who was originally France Inter TN who encouraged Mohamed to go. There is part of a Rasmus and it was a decision that changed his life. They fundamentally transformed the way I see the world the way I see myself the way I see Future prospects and just the way I think as well. Mohammed was nine when it came to the UK as an unaccompanied child refugee from Kenya. He says he was raised mainly on state benefits. Many of conservative MPs who this week welcomed the decision to end Britain's involvement in Rasmus have called the scheme a paid gap here from middle class students. Mohamed says for him and many others, This couldn't be further from the truth. Andhra Patrick White from Dublin, agrees quite grew up in a single parent family in Ireland. He tells me he's a Rasmus experience changed him, too. Although he didn't quite know what to expect when he landed it hand over airport in Germany in 1993. I didn't even know my address. They'd organized accommodation for me, but I didn't know where it was What it was like that evening, I was sleeping in a farmhouse on the north side of the tone. So it was all the massive kind of unknown journey quite came to love the German food, the language and even some German music. He fell in love with an Italian woman, too. But it was the friends he made through a Rasmus that left a lasting impression. It was just really for the first time outside Dublin meeting, you know, like minded people somewhere from Stockholm somewhere from Helsinki, Leon or report Oh, Bush. Three of those are now you know, 22 years later. So of my closest friends. How she Muhammed says he's experienced lead to lifelong friendships to summer 2000 and five so violent protests breaking out across Paris against police harassment of immigrant communities. The unrest also spread to other French cities. Mohamed says it's part many conversations among his friends about what it meant to be French, European and an immigrant and it made him rethink his view of Britain. I came back to U K in many ways. With a real sense of understanding that in Britain, I certainly had a better ride in life because off the fact that Britain was a much more open, more tolerant to multicultural communities than then perhaps France because Mohammed, who's now a barrister, an author says in spite of Brexit, he still believes this to be true. The U. K government says it plans to replace a Rasmus next year with the new British project. Call the Children program named after the famous mathematician. This will allow students to study in universities around the world, not just in Europe, but many are asking how the UK would manage such a costly venture. Paul James Cardwell, his low professor at Strathclyde University in Glasgow, There's really lots and lots of practical challenges, which Mitigate against setting up a new agreements and new schemes in the period of time that we have. Cardwell has reason to be skeptical. He's organized exchange programs with universities across Europe. Creating new exchanges with universities and other parts of the world could mean much higher tuition fees, travel costs and visa issues. Cardwell says. The government is also forgetting one key benefit of the Erasmus program for Britain. We talk a lot about students going out, but students coming in from elsewhere in the EU bring enormous benefits financially, obviously, to the cities where they're living, but also in terms of soft power. Students who've come to the UK are informal ambassadors for the UK Danish Masters student regular old L could be one of those informal ambassadors old L went to born with university in England as part of the Erasmus program. Just two years ago, the food didn't impress her much. Oh yeah, It sucks. Who did says a family friend even warned her about British cuisine. She's born and raised in England. And when she learned that I was going to go on exchange, she texted me and she was Watch out for the food. It's going to kill you, but I'm dead survived and has come to love Britain. She tells me the whole experience. Major re evaluate the way she views life. I was lucky enough to become really good friends with some other girls who were also on exchanged and some local guys and they were just very much in touch with Everything around them like they sort of just knew what was important in life. Blue Dad says she'd love to live in Britain again. But Brexit may make that challenging on Britain's decision to end it's linked with the Rasmus means Danes, like her on many other Europeans will no longer have the opportunity to study in the UK for hashing Muhammed in London. He tells me it's young people here in Britain. He feels more sorry for. I think young Brits are going to be culturally poorer. In many ways, you know how she from 2000 and six had those opportunities that has she of 2000 and 20..