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"charles smith" Discussed on X96
"Well, we got deliveries of bottles of wine yesterday from Jimmy the wine guy. He is the proprietor, the Empresario of the Wine Academy of Utah. And he's on the phone with us right now. Jimmy. Hi. Good morning. Good morning. Happy Thanksgiving Day wine. That's what I'm talking about today, boy, Now my wife was Excited to see that prisoner wine. Gina was over the moon. My husband buys this. This is what I get for my birthday and Christmas. I am this. He's convinced her that it's $100 a bottle, which which it is, but he's he's convinced her it's $100 a bottle. It's not cheap wine, but it's not $100 a bottle. Tell us about them. They're gonna tell us about the Napa. That's where we start our What are we, starting with? We starting with the prisoner. I think the white or the red. So the kung fu girl, Reese Ling is a fun wine that by winemaker Charles Smith, he's just you guys would love this wine makers, a rock and roller he used to Manage bands in northern Europe in the nineties and to thousands and when he came back stateside, he was a self made winemaker. He's like beating could go to winemaking school or anything, and he just started and I met this guy in New York, and he looked like he just came off his Harley Davidson use all in black leather, and he was very unlike a winemaker at this tasting in New York in New York City. And you know, world they're in our suits and everything, and everybody was like avoiding this guy and I went up and I'm like I just tasted his wines. I was blown way They're just as big and flavorful as he is in life. You know, it's just the real reflection. The man in this country girl. We say I don't know if you're having it. I'm I'm gonna have a sip right now actually had it last night. Nice. It's low alcohol. 12% re slings. People are assume that recent they're all sweet. Um this does have a tinge. This is intended to be a dry Rethink, but it does happen in each little richness to it. Yeah, you said you said Riesling, and I thought this was gonna be a lot sweeter than it is. Okay? Yeah. And I love this wine for Thanksgiving. Because, well, one we tend to drink earlier in the day for yourself. Well, speak for yourself or alcohol. But you also have that greatest city in this wine. And it'll cut through some of the marriages nibbling all day, right? You know, you have cheese. You got the meat and this nice ass. It'll cut through some of those, Jimmy. So this is Charles Smith. So the kung Fu Girl Riesling. He has other wines. Is it all under delis? Look for Charles Smith Winery or what? Do you know that that Chateau Smith? I think you've directed me to before. That's the same guy, right? Yup, Same guy and his labeling is a lot of fun. Boom. Boom. Uh, Sarah, um, Steakhouse read, Um He's got those wine labels that are very fun. Black and white imagery. He's doing a good job. Well, the Chateau Smith Red is my wife's favorite red and we can't We can't get it in the liquor store anymore. No. Yeah, they deep They dropped a few of the wines here in the state. But you got this one really tasty, Particularly for well, there's Thanksgiving, or I love this line would take out. You know this one's great. I usually have a bottle in the fridge was good with the chicken sandwich from Mu cheese last night. That would be good. So what now tell us The prisoner is coming into this. This is a big one. This is a big wine. Um David Finney was the original winemaker for this. He started this project, Um, the prisoner wine company and another great labeling. Of of the whole portfolio in Syria's they have now he had since sold it off. But Christie Whitman is the director winemaker today, keeping that love alive. I mean, they this wine is ripe fruit. Out of the Napa Valley. He's got your zinfandel in there. That's the primary. Great bridal. It has a small blend of cabernet. Seven year old petite Suraj, Suraj Turbo. No. And we call that the Italians call this mixed blacks When mix a couple of different great trials together that all very right. Very much doing them all together, you know, doing a nice blending and this wine, uh, Zen stuff forward. But you are aging. This one. We are aging. This one in a little bit of both American and French. Oh, about 30% new You get that nice polish. You get that nice, sweet spice out of line a little bit clothing. This Delicious one black and blue fruit. You know, it's like much of a blueberry pie. I mean, it's just big and rich. Let me tell you what it tears well with the Trader Joe's Smaller bites the way that's what I heard it with last night, and it was great. So I have the reasoning with their reasoning with dinner, And then the prisoner for dessert was great. Okay, that's a tasty one. Very good. And then now that's a bit. That's a pretty expensive wine. Really, though, isn't it? It's a premium selection, but you know, it's funny is here in the market in Salt Lake, we are pretty competitive with the pricing in first other markets. So those folks that like this one You're getting it at a good average below average price point and elsewhere in the country. Yeah. My wife was thrilled that she found it for $10. Last at Costco in Idaho. Speed. Yeah. Yeah, that would be great The end and the reason I wanted to put this one for you guys, because not everybody has Turkey on Thanksgiving. Some people celebrate with roasts, um meat or pork pies. Into that nature. But even with your turkey and gravy and stuffing all these big, rich, salty kind of Who's that? You're having a big red wine is going to be okay. Okay. Great. Zealousness one. Yeah, Yeah, It's really good. Just so so full when I said this is I get this as a gift, and it's $100 a bottle. There is the version. I'll tell my wife that it's $100 upon. She'll be impressed there, huh? There is no Jimmy and what's coming up with anything special with the Wine Academy of Utah. Lot of virtual wine tastings. We're really focused on. I mean, I've got three scheduled this month alone for virtual stations for corporations, one of the wine groups in our community..
"charles smith" Discussed on X96
"That by Wow winemaker Charles Smith. He's just you guys would love this going maker. He's a rock and roller. He's too Manage bands in northern Europe in the nineties and to thousands and when he came back stateside, he was a self made winemaker. He's like beating could go to winemaking school or anything, and he just started and I met this guy in New York and he looked like he just came off his Harley Davidson is all in black leather. And he was very unlike a winemaker at this tasting in New York in New York City, and you know we're all there in our suits and everything, and everybody was like avoiding this guy. And I went up and I'm like I just tasted his wines. I was blown way. They're just as big and flavorful as he is in life. You know, it's just a real reflection of the man. In this country girl. We say I don't know if you're having it. I'm gonna have a sip right now actually had it last night. Oh, nice. It's low alcohol, 12% re sings. People are assume that recent they're all sweet. This does have a tinge. This is intended to be a dry Anything but it does happen. Nice little richness to it. Yeah, you said you said Riesling, and I thought this was gonna be a lot sweeter than it is. Okay? Yeah. And I love this wine for Thanksgiving. Because, well, one we tend to drink earlier in the day. He got a little yourself Well, speak for yourself or alcohol. But you also have that greatest dignity in this wine. And it'll cut through some of that marriage is nibbling all day, right? You know, he had the cheese. You got the meat and this nice ass. It'll cut through some of those, Jimmy. So this is Charles Smith. So they come through girl Riesling. He has other wines. Is it all under village slipper? Charles Smith Winery or what? Do you know that that Chateau Smith? I think you've directed me to before. That's the same guy, right? Yup, Same guy and his labeling is a lot of fun. Boom. Boom. Uh, Sarah, um, Steakhouse read, Um He's got those wine labels that are very fun. Black and white imagery. He's doing a good job. Well, the Chateau Smith Red is my wife's favorite red and we can't We can't get it in the liquor store anymore. Hmm. No. Yeah, they did. They dropped a few of the wines here in the state. But you got this one really tasty, Particularly for there's Thanksgiving, or I love this line would take out. You know this one's great. I usually have a bottle in the fridge with the chicken sandwich from Mu cheese last night. That would be good. So what now tell us The prisoner is coming into this. This is a big one. This is a big wine on David Finney was the original winemaker for this. He started this project, Um, the prisoner wine company and another great labeling. Of of the whole portfolio in Syria's they have now he had since sold it off. But Christie Witten is the director winemaker today, keeping that love alive. I mean, they this wine is ripe fruit. Out of the Napa Valley. He's got your zinfandel in there. That's the primary. Great bridal. It has a small blend of cabernet. Seven year old petite Suraj, Suraj Turbo. No. And we call that the Italians call this mixed blacks When mix a couple of different great trials together that all very right. Very much doing them all together, You know, doing a nice blending and this wine, Zen stuff forward. But you are aging. This one. We are aging. This one in a little bit of both American and French oak about 30% new You get that nice polish. You get that nice, sweet spice out of line. Little bit chlorine. This Delicious wine, black and blue fruit. You know, it's like much of a blueberry pie. I mean, it's just big and rich. Let me tell you what it tears well with the Trader Joe's Smaller bites the way that's what I heard it with last night, and it was great. So I had the reasoning with their reasoning with dinner, And then the prisoner for dessert was great. Okay, that's a tasty one. Very good. And then now that Zod pretty expensive wine, really, though, isn't it? It's a premium selection, but you know, it's funny is here in the market in Salt Lake, we are pretty competitive with the pricing in first other markets. So those folks that like this one You're getting it at a good average below average price point and elsewhere in the country. Yeah, my life was thrilled that she found it for $10. Last at Costco in Idaho. Yeah. Yeah, that would be great The end and the reason I wanted to put this one for you guys, because not everybody has Turkey on Thanksgiving. Some people celebrate with roasts, um meat or pork pies. Into that nature. But even with your turkey and gravy stuffing all these big, rich, salty kind of foods that you're having a big red wine is going to be okay. Okay, Great. It's It's delicious One. Yeah, yeah, It's really good. Just so so full when I said this is I get this as a gift, and it's $100 a bottle. There is. The version will tell my wife that it's $100 a bottle. She'll be impressed, huh? There is Jimmy and what's coming up with anything special with the Wine Academy of Utah. Lot of virtual wine tastings. We're really focused on. I mean, I've got three scheduled this month alone for virtual stations for corporations, one of the wine groups in our community..
"charles smith" Discussed on AP News
"Day after the nation wide lockdown was announced shortly after eight P. news Greece's reopen organize public beaches on the strict social distancing measures during a heat wave city dwellers who flocked to the beaches well temperatures reached ninety eight degrees hoping for a refreshing swim less than a week off to full lockdown messes we lifted easing beach restrictions is seen as key to salvaging the tourist industry over the summer Cruz expects to have the worst recession in the European Union as a result of the padded nineteen pandemic swimming and sun lounges will committed five feet apart the new group sports or food operations I'm Charles city dwellers who flock to the beaches well temperatures reached ninety eight degrees hoping for a refreshing swim less than a week off to full lockdown matches we lifted easing beach restrictions is seen as key to salvaging the tourist industry over the summer Cruz expects to have the worst recession in the European Union as a result of the padded nineteen pandemic swimming and sun lounges will committed five feet apart the new group sports all food operations I'm Charles Smith corona virus update I'm Shelley out there with an AP news minute as of Saturday morning more than eighty seven thousand people have died from covert nineteen in the U. S. that's according to Johns Hopkins University globally they put that number at three hundred and eight thousand among the many states starting to re open slowly New York George Reich lives west of Albany and he headed to a country store when we get back in the car we put the the alcohol sounded because our owner hands because of touching things and trying to stay away from people I can see right now.
"charles smith" Discussed on Sports Radio 610
"Said they don't get home court advantage of Nick's at a slightly better reckoning came out the last game of the season I remember it I was actually in a locker room with the Knicks I had gone to the to the to turn them to see and I remember the next finish the game early and stayed in the locker room listening to the polls finish on on record on radio to see if you know they got the number one seed and it is also there they were in position but and I think that's what led to the Michael you although I called the last dance and you know he was denied from playing again I really wasn't I don't think that that really to me wasn't that wasn't the case he he he won't he recognized that the strain of what ninety seven ninety eight was going to be in the remembering back to ninety two ninety three and then you know the media oddly piling on their members the it was such is such an a Roni is kind of story in going down to Atlantic city in between games I edit New York times was that you know average as I recall and I I remember somebody asking me said you know about him getting into I I said that yeah he sounds like he's resting usually get sent five but you you know what what it took to the balls I remember you know they the end of the game to a spectacular from New York starts at that big Duncan Jordan and the Knicks are up you know what to and it is in the Mexico to Chicago and ever a menace and this resonated with the bulls a lot they went in there and said Hey you know we just got a you know win one game and you know it sort of was a signal to the balls because they never they never approached anything like that they never approach things like Hey you know it even at first finals win go to LA you know where we can get we can get a game and get back to Chicago they always thought about winning every game and they really they saw the Knicks as mentally weak from that and that they sought you know that they're saying well you know we're going to next it took a beating that first game in and game three got blown out you don't really show very little resistance like you know we will which is kind of women at home and in Jordan I think game four had like fifty four Sutton they need to a secular bull second game three incoming out of game two and and I think mentally the big wood Jordan too they were just sucks so much mentally a stronger team and you know that was a weakness soda Patrick that he you know it wasn't a great finisher you know didn't have and and you know the the pieces around them warn finishes they have nobody to throw the ball to you does Starks Mason Charles Smith it it didn't have that Jordan figure that I was going to finish the game for a you know Patrick you know wouldn't even to make a jump shot for the most part and so yeah I remember that vividly like when they when they won those want those two pet games now course I got a black Charles Smith in the basket like four times you know to get that again you know a game five like that but I remember them saying if the game for you know we got this you know they they don't know how to win and I thought that was interesting element of that series then everybody has a theory for Michael Jordan's first retirement obviously the passing of his father the wear and tear the three straight finals I'm curious your round that situation it was one of the more stunning pieces in news you're ever going to get today's day and I'm sure you're gonna be featured on this when we watch later on when the last dance discusses it and what not what was your theory to why Michael walked away the first time it was pretty simple I mean AT T. that season like I said was where he was he was he was burned out you got to remember but you know not only the celebrity but all the gambling stuff and you know before that and there was this in Muslim bowler E. ninety one he went to this gambling party instead of going to the White House and you know the it wasn't not nice people and you know drug dealers they'll bounce when somebody got murdered I had an underground stand but you know you go to you know six figure gambling weekend kind of thing it's not enough high schools each is not showing up so it is that you know some guy wrote a book city well son of god that you know the media is impacting them now and you know he was angry about that because he he was he was so accommodating so open so so cooperative did every interview in the eighties and he's feeling like Hey you know you guys turned on me like this is you know after on you know I've done not like done for you but it's cooperative like Dennis commentating you know and everyone hammering me now and then you got the ninety one season that you know they win the championship ninety two what you know all this stress my book project to contribute certain Jordan rolls his answer and stuff on that then the Olympics so he doesn't have the summer off you know so the goal you know to go to Dream Team they spend the summer do you know do a nap and the games are hard but you know it's away from everything you know and then you get into next season with all its building up and I I remember players telling me late that season you know he he say it on the plane you know this is the last you're gonna see me when I'm thinking that you know he's just burned out it would be fine after the summer and and you need a van with all that on top of that he was very close with his father they're like best friends in his father was James is great you know Michael the seven tough times they get mad and stopped talking to media during those playoffs on the years because of the gambling style games would come around there is I mean if you guys you know the war he you know he just uses his portion wanna push the team you know is is frustrated not like that and you know of course is a Warren and you know this happens is devastating foreman and his father had always I remember them talking about in the late eighties Park in the George inn and when the Charlotte then talk and Jerry runs over the polls okay Michael played a summer for single A. team try and say I can do you know James is hope for Michael as much of the appreciated you know obviously not everything Michael G. the basketball what is a baseball player when he was young and so you have you know Michael got the ideas that as a way to honor his father I just think logically what's the chance the NBA under any circumstances once their greatest attraction not in the game over other gambling of all things so is the effector memory it was discography Allah's years and so we did an investigation with the slim boulder in the gambling all this is a race at that time and so we would go down and you know see the symbol of guy and somebody other than every time we went to interview someone would say one of the NBA investigators the SQ they said we don't talk to anyone from the NBA I did no investigation of all and ask if they don't want to hear anything they did not want Michael Jordan out of basketball for what he meant and and what he wants so that's all that's what it was I mean I know Americans prefer conspiracies to the truth and that's all that happened okay Sam assuming Jordan plays ninety three ninety four ninety four ninety five obviously the loss of Horace grant semantically metal and a series but if they had peak Michael Jordan well we looking at the Chicago Bulls win eight straight championships no no I mean they they might not the only the only one that could have probably one you know like I think of Michael with soul burned out there was no way and and and what part of the way he approaches the game I mean that you have the I. ready talks about forty eight minutes but he does play that way gets on the court and is challenging you right away and then playing at the gym credible high level and and and I think that's why you know he I mean there was no load management with Michael never miss gave them just if you look over the skin is history you know you want somebody sees when he came back in ninety five you did not miss a single game for three and a half years you know in his mid thirties he never didn't claiming that he never took games of flood half speed so they were battlement that do there's no way you can sustain through eight but even more than that Houston was a development bad match up for them the rockets with a keen and Otis Thorpe up front particularly in Herndon acts well who who really is not that he stopped Jordan but he was so radical you know you challenge and cursing Jordan chasing him all over the place and yelling Adam and Jordan would get a thirty five but it would be an effort used to have a winning record against the bulls and bulls those three championship years and they were the only team that did and so Houston got to the finals as they did those two years I was going to be tough for the bulls to be them under any circumstances now once Horace grant last year don't be a victim you know they went to the phone number for you Orlando obviously and you know that a land of team really was one of the you know we don't want a dynasty that the warrant you know that should have been a dynasty which Jack in painting with you know painting was pretty close to Jordan even have their opinion was people don't realize how great penny Hardaway was you know in the pieces they had with Nick Anderson and Dennis Scott anyway if you don't mind if we change the LA so now it may collapse yeah because harsh was still there in ninety three ninety four they could have maybe gotten one more but Houston you know Houston could be the match ups of Houston had four workers gave grant a lot of trouble because he was just as athletic and and stronger I came in our car rides do you know can go fifty against them and you know they have burned bothered Maxwell in Auburn bothered Michael a lot so it was a it would've been a tough series for them and then you know there's no way Michael come back at the level we did like in ninety five not as athletic obviously but energized and ready to go like I say playing every game had he strained through all of those years like that St final one and I'm loving the stories I mean this is my time period this is like my coming of age watching NBA basketball so I could sit here I can't wait to read your books out of one of them right now in the apartment and during this time it's going to be great with the show going on obviously ties in the final one now in ninety seven ninety eight all of the smoke around the team you know it's Phil's last year this is the question with Scotty and whether or not he's going to be traded in what his future is looking like did you mail cover new team day in and day out this is it like we you one of these guys that bought into that idea thousand percent over you in some ways maybe holding out that aunts the bulls they'll find a way they'll find a way to keep a good chunk of these guys together or did you know right then and there in Utah in Salt Lake City this is the last I'm going to see this one is that still was always and still use the council Michael do you know everybody's never say never in the NBA you know so there was always and then and when Michael would retire you know the various times he did he would always say I'm ninety nine point nine percent sure you know so nobody ever said that but I believe going into the season there were two elements that I think Michael and fail new and that this was the end and they didn't want to play beyond that season but what a great motivational force there would be you know on an opportunity to take another crack at Klaus but also to have you know that they'll always you know came up with us storyline for this season there were different ones over the all six different ones each year and you know Michael always is the you know what Jeff van Gundy and I will call them a con man whatever Michael would manufacture all these outrages that he would fight against and so here was this perfect one but still you know being the son of ministers Pentecostal ministers and you know sort of close viewing as team really like a congregation Hillary said that your voice the congregation loses your voice after seven years and this was the R. nine for him so he he was ready to go he could have gotten a long term deal is there with the balls the go through some sort of rebuilding but he wasn't interested in that if you want to start over again with a with a young team after doing that and and then beyond that Michael sold going around around it wasn't so much that they were you gonna trade Scott is that Scotty was going to be a free agent and you know he would postpone the surgery so we would purposely missed the first half of the season you know he realized that Scotty had severed ties with the bulls in the VC's as the summer of ninety seven and he also knows Dennis was coming off a playoff where you haven't got a technical in every game and I got fined by the league for the meeting mall Mormons and and what it also he thinks there's no way Dennis is going to sustained through this very long so and you heard it maybe even the show when Dennis was going to Vegas he said you know you're leaving me all alone obviously wasn't you know Ron Harper unique conical coach would want a lot of guys there but in his mind yeah I didn't have study in Rodman that was it so I thought I think it Michael's view going into that season was what a perfect way to end it I get through one more I've come back for three years after I said I would never play again and and this is the way to finish it.
"charles smith" Discussed on WineMind
"Australia they tend to have more tropical styles of Chard name named more citrusy flavours that temperate zones such as France Burgundy or Washington tend to have more of those stone fruit notes. There's also lot of like mineral flavors like Chalker wet stone in in Chardonnay in general Chardonnay tints to be a dryer white. Right it is not. It's not a sweeter but it is can be used and is frequently used in sparkling wines most famously champagne where it is paired with Pinot Noir. Typically but it can also be found in some sweet late harvest wines. Like there's even some Chardonnay icewind so It can be pretty versatile little great so it's not always always those ot buttery chardonnays and in fact Washington chardonnays tend to like I said be a lot different than the California your chardonnays so that okay buttery style. California made really fashionable is not one that's often chased by Washington winemakers. They typically are looking for a Chardonnay. Hey that's more food friendly so when something chardonnays really okay and buttery. It's hard to pair it with a lot of different foods chardonnays actually Washington's number three top grown grown grape in. Its number one white wine so they grow a lot of Chardonnay. In Washington. Washington chardonnays tend to have a brighter profile to not be as Oki then. They tend to pair easily with North West seafood and fish dishes So there you go. That's about What we know a little little briefs Info on Chardonnay gardening in Washington Chardonnay? I'm GonNa tell you more specifically about this wine. I was excited about this one. Not only because of the title Eve great for this episode. But also because it's a Charles Smith wine and I'll tell you a little bit more about Charles Smith wines and just a second. This is a chardonnay. It was two two thousand seventeen and like I said it's from Washington State Columbia Valley. It's one hundred percent Chardonnay grapes. It is annot CT.. It is fermented an agent. Stainless US steel vats. So it's not gonna be an okay. It's not going to have like that Vanilla E. smokey tastes only twenty percent of the juice underwent Mala lactic fermentation mm-hmm so basically maller Arctic fermentation tins to help a wine taste less acidy and more soft and round and if there's there's a lot of Mala Lactic fermentation it makes Chardonnay in particular taste really buttery so there's not a lot of male lactic fermentation this one. So it is GonNa be a little more tart and a lot less buttery. The wine maker says that this is a undeniably Washington State Chardonnay. Fresh Fruity Chris. Right now feel reminiscent of Washington state's famous apples and it is a dry chardonnay. That has been winning awards ever since. This grapes left the garden Um they say it's true to Chardonnay. It's dry creamy and smooth multi flavors and aromas Asian pears honey crisp apple limb incurred with mentality that takes this heavenly wine to the next level. See if that will suffer not right now. 'cause I wanted to write. Let's let's find. I feel like looking at it for a Chardonnay. It's a lot lighter looking at is then let shirt yellow. It is not as deep yellow as I would typically associated with being it definitely I could tell there is there is some of the Mala Lactic fermentation like it does have a softness. I I know that sounds kind of weird. But it's feel soft in my mouth. It doesn't feel acidic but it definitely doesn't taste okie. There's a little apple to it. Yeah it's Nice. It's not a super heavy Chardonnay. But it's it's definitely only tastes like shirt that's good yeah. It's good that a chardonnay tasty shirt shorts. No I appreciate that so I told you I was really excited to find a Charles Smith wine when I saw I was like. Oh It's Eve oh it is to trial Smith wine so you should know a little bit about Charles Smith because I know you really like the the Charles and Charles. Yes Rosa. Yeah I like that one a lot too. They also have a red blend that I really love I. I always call it Charles in charge urge then I team the seeing the theme Song Charles in charge then whenever I have that wine so Charles. Smith is one of those Collaborators onto the Charles and Charles wine so Charles Smith he has a really interesting story as a winemaker. He grew up just an hour from NAPA And he he like. He worked in a lot of restaurants. And God you know. He got exposed to wine young but it didn't like really find a passion for it until later in life so he actually moved move to Europe sort of chasing this girl that he was in two and while he was there he became a manager of a lot of rock and roll bands. Until we kinda had this sort of semi nomadic rock and roll manager life He's you know not your typical what you would think of as like a wine snob or a wine making make it you know like he's got if you look at a picture of Him we'll post pictures at what's his last name Smith like I'm GONNA turn need to know how to spell. Yeah Yeah No. I was just thinking like Charles. Smith is a common name if I look Charles Smith. He's huge like He. You will have any problems finding Gerald L. Smith for sure he's got big kind of Rockstar white curly hair like Oh yes he does. He does not have your typical like you. I know Hoity toity winemaker. Kinda luck attitude right. No he does so he like in one thousand nine hundred nine. He was on a road trip to Walla Walla Washington and he met a winemaker who basically convinced him start making his own wine. And how did that conversation. I don't don't really know. But he liked wine he was really into it and he kind of went about it like he didn't have hardly any money at all. He says he actually borrowed fruit from local vineyards and stuff to make his first round of wine with the promise that he would like pay them back once he got got his wine label up and running so in two thousand one. He released three hundred thirty cases of his first vintage was a hit. He's since then he has been named winemaker of the year by food and wine magazine wine enthusiast like he's kind of this Rockstar winemakers had huge success. If you've ever seen the wine label the house wine that's it's just literally it's just a white label and it says like black and white letters house wine like yes. He so he in two thousand four he had this idea. Oh that's a funny pawn pawn like Right House Wind Shirley. That's gotta be copyrighted. It wasn't so he's cool. That's not trademarked. I'm GonNa like Cell House now. He did that and then he started a second brand. Charles Smith wines. This brand Has Been themed. You will appreciate this as the modernist project so said the mob modernist project. Object is a response to how people generally consume wind today. That is immediately as in like immediately after being purchased at the market restaurant or bar to be drunk straightaway so wine in this category is typically either simple or it is a wine that would be much better a few years down the road but he wanted to do different than that he wanted to put as much much into the bottle as possible but still keeping it simple as unlike let's enjoy it now and let's keep it tight like let's keep it in line with its variety. All righty so let's make a Merlot that tastes like Merlot. Let's make a Chardonnay that tastes like Chardonnay and to the vineyard like wine that tastes like where it was grown so they are like true to their place of origin and to The great that they are the other thing that is very modernist about this line are the labels. So I'm going to show you the label. We're here for this one. I was just clicking through the labels on their labels are very much like this for this line so couple of the other ones. Oh what is it. The Kung on Food Kung Fu girl Kung Fu girl which is a riesling. There's the boom boom. Sarah like is another good one one of my favorites. I love that one but they are. He has them all done by this artist. This longtime friend of his named Ricky or Rick R. I K. K. E. CORFE DWARF. But they're all just a white label with big black letters of the title and like iconic black simple imagery and so they also like he wanted them to be iconic and instantly identifiable playful but simple. I'm not kitschy. You know. And just true to what it was an apparently like he actually got this idea from the labels from back in his band manager days when he was just kind of heat now on money and we're just starting out and he was marketing bans himself and he would make his own posters for them just very stark modernist minimalist sleek posters of the same kind of l. yet. Charles Charles is pretty cool. Winemaker make some great wine. This one's pretty good. I'd actually never had the eve Chardonnay. I've had several of his other ones. But but I like it and I think it's a great fit for this topic so awesome. Yeah okay so while. I have drank a entire glass of wine while I was listening to. You re going to reform glass while we refill our glasses. This is a great place to take a break because I am on mom duty tonight with my dogs eggs and one of them is barking his head off so I think he needs to go outside. So I'm GonNa go do that and then we'll be back we're going to take a break and be right back there..
"charles smith" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"Can access both of our digital passport products, including the Seattle wine passport. Well, it's kinda interesting because I think some of so many of the wind areas are little tasting rooms are hidden. They're kind of hard to find literally. So that's good ideas for people can when you're walking down post alley in the pike place market, you know, which door to walk into the door pink. After all these years doesn't have a sign right? Thirty five years. No sign for the door just a pink door. That's right. They like to keep a cute. And quiet. My favorite little tasting studio around that you would tell you tell people to kind of get started at so many of our wineries in woodinville area. And I think that's probably half the fun of getting outside of Seattle. And we do have wineries that we feature that are in the Seattle, proper, but one of my personal favorites, especially this time of the year is Patterson sellers because they're right next door to Vivey pizzeria. So you can go and have a glass of wine outside and have pizza. I mean, that's really like the best of both worlds. I get my carbs. I get my fruit. That's right. Yeah. This is in woodinville. Oh, okay. I thought you were telling me of one now down. I don't know that there are a few that we work with in downtown now. So for example, a caveat nurse by Charles Smith and a few others Minnesota area. So now this Charleston have a tasting room just down by the Boeing field. I love that one. Because the jets just feel like they're gonna land on your head. It's really fun to watch it again to your point. Angela thank you know, these locations for these wine tasting rooms are not necessarily in the downtown proper, which you may if you were say visiting Seattle anyway, you'd be there anyway, so, you know, going out to woodinville or maybe to a little bit harder to access areas. Save for Charles Smith's tasting room. You get to see a whole different side of the city. And with lifts.
"charles smith" Discussed on KTKR 760AM
"Go one and nine and your last time when you can go, oh, intending your last ten. The Cavs are shown you how it's done. Making up. That's actual figures. It's actual figures. You want the ten in the street column up the L to like the Knicks did not need it. There's still bad you're doing. All right. I mean as long as Klay Thompson scored forty. That's all you need to do. This is that your news updates it. So excellent job. Excellent job go to our app for the full Bruce Arians conversation. There's been a lot of chatter about what he's had to say. Speaking of the next here, we go. Gown Dallas here on the program. Albert, your voice of reason coming here on our program. What's up, Al? I am shocked at you. I know that. Because the moment you set it on air. I knew I come on. June. Second nineteen Ninety-three game five Charles Smith. I mean, he's still trying to get that lay-up, Mike. Listen, you guys all know. We've all talked about in the past. I'll call us BELTRAN thing is something that I'm unfortunately, I'm immortalized in. So I can't shake that. So he's in the same. But Charles Smith. I mean that was in the heyday we had Knicks. We had Rangers. It was the summer of. How we how alley and you miss the most important thing. Michael Jordan was a white sock. This was the Nick shot. Michael Jordan was was gone and he riding the bus. And and and and here comes Charles Smith. For the Knicks. And that is that is that's how I'm embarrassed. I kept thinking baseball. I kept thinking college something, I know. But I just in terms of the Knicks. I cannot forgive Chelsea Smith. That's my guy. That's my guy. I've ever met him. I'm not metro Smith. Now. No. I Don Boyer, according to producer got my ear. See what about the Patrick Ewing missing the lay up against the pace. It went to pass the on Ewing. The fact look Ewing did his job more often than not. Okay. He his whole thing, Richard. It's not like you can can't be angry at an all time legend, you can be angry at that role guy. That does something just you know, I mean called trae never done anything for the match Charles Smith never done anything for the next Patrick Ewing all time. Great. Oh my gosh. Album. Would you do? I just got a a high signed from across the way you have this..
"charles smith" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Sunny throughout the day today. The winds will diminish this afternoon. They'll be northeasterly from ten to twenty miles per hour. Daytime highs are expected to range from the low seventies along the coast to the upper eighties inland. San Francisco today will top out of seventy five degrees. Oakland, and San Jose will both have a high of eighty Sacramento reaching eighty two degrees from NPR and WB. You are I'm Jeremy Hobson. I'm Robin young. It's here. Now, President Trump is visiting the Florida panhandle today to see the devastation left behind by hurricane. Michael Charles Smith in what was the small town of Mexico beach is grateful for the attention and the help from FEMA as, you know, by now, Mexico beaches quaint, no highrise hotel. So Michael's direct hit nearly wiped it out. Charles Smith owns what's left of the Gulf view motel. It was destroyed. In fact, he's in Alabama. Now, that's how far he says he had to drive to find a place to take a shower. Charles so sorry for the destruction. And also you stay during the war. I because you've been through hurricanes like Opal. So you didn't realize how bad Michael would be. You must have been terrified. Yes, ma'am. Very I knew I was going to die. Right before it really hit. We'd had no electric. So I couldn't see the TV Monday recalled he stayed, but he had so much stress in his voice. He said looks like we did the wrong thing. I said, yes, sir. We did. And he said look like I said yesterday, I said it's been really good knowing you, sir. On the phone lines. Went dead. Held on grabbed all my cat and took them downstairs. One of my rooms 'cause I figured the roofs. No blow off the top. When the rooms the water started coming up under the door and around the side of the door. My neighbor's house came through the front, and I tried to get that cash out to put him in the stairwell. But the water was too much. I grabbed the whole it would not move. Not there was too much water pressure. Then the walls started class. I was able to get one door open. I grabbed my cats just threw it in the office. It went up to the top stairs. I went back down for the other ones. The door slammed on me. The water went up went from. Two feet four me up to the roof. And I got sucked into the laundry room with four cats. And then the frigerator hit me because everything is floating. You you take everything that floats and put it right about four feet where you're at. And it's not Stanton still moving in. It's a missile. Yep. Got hit by beds stoves 'cause I'm I'm a motel, and I got kitchenette in my neighbor's house is floating in my house that cat. I had. In the game in me back out. I was able to get back into that in the room number two. Then the outside wall KVM, we're not gonna phone refrigerator. Because it got frigerator got sucked in jammed into the bathroom is able to get back under the frigerator. I wanted to reach for my cat wall broke through in the cash just we're on the bed. Neither slowed it out. And and this whole time I'm having hundred fifty hundred sixty mile an hour. Winds hitting me, and it's not that the wind's blowing what the wind blowing. Right now, my face got wind burn. Deny it took me an hour to get the salt water out from behind my eyeballs Stashower hard. It was. And if you if you ever seen end. At that speed. It is white. And then I didn't even I did not even hear the roots rip off the motel. I heard nothing at all. They say you you hear a freight train w not that you heard nothing, but the wind. Tornadoes before. Wow. You sound pretty traumatized. Yes. Ma'am. I will never do that. Again, never. Look you survived. We're very grateful for that. And now you're confronted with the future. First of all hearing your story. Do you think they're the death toll is going to rise? Yes. Ma'am. I mean, they have they found who the people were obvious on top of the wreckage or the floaters. Now, they got to lift up everything. So I'm going to be higher. 'cause there's too many people just like me thinking. Well, it was just like, oh an open wasn't nothing. Now, opal. I mean, I'm reading about Janet Kinch. She lost her home in Opal lost the roof. Anyway. Now, she lost her home again. And she just lost her husband two weeks ago. I mean, this town has been wounded do you think you're going to be able to live there again opened up the motel again what what is your thought? Yes. I am going to come back. I don't care what it takes. I am one hundred percent rebuilding. I do like community. And I looked to my customers. That's been loyal Lee for all these years. Ask you because obviously you've been this has been such turmoil for you. But did your cat survive? Yeah. Well. I got to to outside two out of six six. And I I tried to go to take one that was I got it to floated out down him on a pile of rubble. But I tried to get him to abet. But there is no vets to be open. I'm I'm just take your animals with you. But the dogs in the cage, though, the cats drunk. I don't care what your goldfish in a bag. The point your point two is an and go yourself. Charles smith. I'm so sorry. But thank you so much for really giving us insight into what this HARA was. Thank you so much and best of luck to you. Thank you. Just can't imagine being in that situation with animals involved. Well, one of the country's iconic retailers filed for bankruptcy today. Sears has struggled to keep its hundreds of stores profitable in the face of mounting debt. But before that, the company was known for its appliances power, tools, and those thick mail order catalogs. Our next guest says that in its heyday, Sears revolutionized retail and pave the way for the company, contributing to its demise. That would be Amazon. Derek Thompson senior editor at the Alantic. He joins us now. Derek when you look at the rise and fall of Sears when did things start to go wrong for the company. It's amazing story. You know, Sears was the largest retailer in the US for decades in the tallest building. In the US for twenty five years was Sears tower in Chicago. And I want to begin by reminding people that when we look at series as sort of fusty old artifact of retail. You know, old means successful. This company was around for one hundred thirty two years, and that's an incredible accomplishment. But base. Basically the story of Sears. Demise is simple keeping up with consumer tastes is really really hard Sears disrupted retail over and over again at the turn of the twentieth century in the middle of the twentieth century. And then finally Sears itself was disrupted because another company came along and first WalMart, and then Amazon that essentially had a mastery of consumer tastes and a mastery of technology that was Sears superior. And so it was essentially foisted by the very weapons wielded so successfully for its first many decades. Well, you draw parallels between Sears and Amazon Amazon started out selling a single product which was books. Sears started out selling watches in the late eighteen hundreds. It's an the parallels are remarkable. I mean thinking about it this way. If I said, here's a story shortly after the turn of the century America had an enormous virtual retailer that began by selling only a single product which made an extraordinary shift to. To start opening all of these physical stores around the country. And if he comes this model of operational efficiency that many see is gobbling up retail entirely within the US. This is of course, a story about Amazon that a lot of people are familiar with. But it's also the story of Sears people. Don't recognize the fact that even though when we think of Sears, we think, oh, well, it's it's just the Sears store. Sears didn't have any stores in the US in nineteen twenty five by nineteen twenty nine there were three hundred if you think Amazon is cropping up all over the country. Just imagine the explosion of Sears in the nineteen twenties and Sears again, of course, started as a virtual retailer, you looked at the consumer bible. You picked out a watcher address raven a house that you wanted to buy and then you would have it mailed to your home. It's the exact same thing. Well, actually, we've been watching Sears sort of slow motion disaster for some time. Now, we remember that the Sears tower in Chicago used to be called the Sears tower. Now, it's called the willow. This tower, but you wrote about this about a year ago, and you use the phrase the internet before the internet when you were talking about how Sears relied on mail to get customers. That's exactly right mail. Telegraph rail parcel delivery. These were the technologies of the late nineteenth century that allowed Sears to become a store that was invisible, right? Not a store that you visited but a store where you looked at a catalog on your couch and had Adams mail to you. And it was held in many ways by the US PS. The postal service had rural free delivery, and that meant that mail routes could extend all the way into rural areas and so- Sears could reach people where they were. And then eventually what happened is people streaming from rural parts of the country to urban parts of the country. They said, well, we have to follow them and it followed them with stores. So in many ways, just as Amazon is essentially a huge leverage bet on the future of commerce going virtual Sears was also. Also leverage better very successful. Leverage bet on the future of shopping being urban Derek just in the twenty seconds. We have left here. What's the big lesson? Four Amazon from what happened to Sears. Well, the first lesson is that retailers always in a state of metamorphosis large technological changes that helped Sears at the early. Twentieth century hurt Sears in the late twentieth century and the second is that.
"charles smith" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio
"It's been almost a week since hurricane, Michael blasted the Florida panhandle and a full recovery is still a long way off in Mexico beach. One of the hardest hit communities, satellite images show catastrophic wreckage. Some of which came down around Charles Smith. As he wrote out the hurricane in his now destroyed motel. He's been helping neighbors ever since only leaving last night in search of a dry room into hot shower. He had to go all the way to Alabama to find it. We reached Charles Smith on his drive back to Mexico Beach, Florida, Charles are no, you're headed home to Mexico beach. What do you think is left there? Well, I know what's left there. Basically nothing about ninety eight percent of the buildings. You're gone all the businesses, my motels ruined, and there's just basically nothing left, not even trees. You know, there are satellite images. They're just horrifying. I've seen war zones with more intact the end of huge battle. What does it actually look like on the ground? It kind of looks like it just organiz lumber company. There's lumber everywhere houses, shingles, metal nails boards with nails in them everywhere. When you close your eyes and open your eyes, you cannot right away. Figure out where you were, even though I've been living there for thirty four years is just unrecognizable that you decided to ride out the storm at your motel. Yes, ma'am. I did. I thought it was gonna be just like hurricane Opal. I was in it. It wasn't that bad. But Michael, it was three times worse than OPEL. Did you have any moment during that time that you were to stayed when you thought he should've gone? Yes, ma'am. Linda big apartment complex. Right next to me started throwing the roof and stuff in the yard and all the houses on the front started losing all their vinyl and ten roof and decking. Started smashing. I got a call from my mex- door neighbor. Tom, he said, well, looks like we should have gone. I we should have and our concern in his voice. He said, it looks like this is it. I said, yes, sir. I said it's been good, knowing you. He's got bad arthritis, so, but he survived right people who wanna know you. Yes, ma'am. He him and his wife survived, then their them in their four dogs. Describe what it was like inside the Gulf view motel, where during those hours that you spent? Well..
"charles smith" Discussed on The Lowe Post
"I think he said in the skies opened up. Some of those things to me were. It was just it. It is a book we go up to the present, but it's, I mean, we're really, I think trying to build up this love of the game to do another quote, speaking of speaking of history in the importance of it, I had dogs syndrome, you know, dog understands but can't speak that's Serena's mush loan. That's correct. He's describing his first year in the NBA and in the language barrier, and that that chapter is cool too, and it's just cool as we're all diehards we all know, but it's cool to hear them talk about so bonus. Right. And and how great civil really was. Yeah. Law day says, I really believe he would be on par with Michael Jordan Hetty come into the league and Kenny Smith said you'd be in the conversation with Kareem shack grade. No question all time. And it's just it's cool to hear them talk about him like I got to see some bonus in the eighty eight Olympics, so he was damaged, but he was still unbelievable. And so by the time it got to Portland, he was really a shadow of himself. But these players. You know, even when someone's past their prime, they know what they're looking at. They know what the footwork is. They understand positioning. They understand aggressiveness. So even at the end of even though that time important was at the end of his career, they all understood his greatness. They really did. We get bronze an idiot, right? US gets bronze Olympics. That's soul that all, yes, it's so on Thompson is the coach got to add three pointers to his roster. He took Charles Smith, not Charles Smith from Pittsburgh, George Charles Smith from Georgetown instead of taking guys like all I could name bunch, but Dana Barros was one that I thought of immediately so that you know some of that lays at big John's over as Yugoslavia, Russia, Yugoslavia. I think, yes, I would love to Sosa bonus. You got to bonus up close in and he was amazing, astonishing and agile still. Then even though he was really he was already a serious serious fine. But he just he was lighter. Then he didn't wait quite as much and to. Watch him the, you know, he looked like Walton with the way he could pass the ball, and I think we saw some hints of that when he was yeah. So he was special and just the reverence with the way everyone you don't. Wanna players. You know greatness LeBron Jordan bird magic, there's there's an aura about them that all the players, there's a reverence for those players that's just unmistakable. And that was true with Savona. Sin story Kenny Smith tells about, I think they played on like in the nineteen eighty five Pan Am games or some. You know, not not a turnament. We remember very well. And he says that David Robinson just could do nothing right. Sapone is like nothing had no hope. And it's just it's you start to put together like damn, and that was when he was running the floor real hard, right? Like just blocking shots at the rim and and still shooting from outside and passing and running. Right. Incredible. Just incredible footwork. Like when he was in the post in the eighty s I remember just because I was a former post. Player just watching his footwork, a guy that size with kind of deafness, and that kind of great footwork be other in the international Trump. They're just some fun little stories in there that creep in, like, I mean, how long say Akeem being recruited and he, you know, he was supposed to go to Saint John's visit Saint John's Houston and one other school..
"charles smith" Discussed on 710 WOR
"To terrify is also a key issue behind that but the flip side to this is i have a sneaky suspicion that there are a lot of worried faces in beijing at the moment because they're wondering if they're ally is certainly not going to be their ally anymore you can imagine the kind of thought going through many of the autocrats in beijing when the idea is breached to say oh we'll start accepting north korean goods made by north koreans and they started appearing on the shelves of walmart sorry say that software dot net is charles smith's website and of course howard bloom who tends to lean a little bit more to the left is with us to react to what happened howard i wanna get your views on that boy do i disagree with charles you would just thought i'd bring you in for your perspective for those who would agree with you that trump kim summit may produce the worst international deal in american really okay tell us why you feel this way.
"charles smith" Discussed on The Joe Budden Podcast
"I weber timeout might still still have it chris under the chris webber one might be worse because as aa is one game that's true but i give him the i don't give a pass it was terrible but not keeping track of timeouts a little different from keeping track of actual score that's crazy not known to school is that it's crazy thinking about the worst sports plays ever i'm really glad that charles smith clip stop being played getting blocked on the door was getting fouled bitches vidgis dig it found you know what's funny and y'all gonna kill me because how defend show i'm bradley okay this one might be a little i think y'all smith was his bad as everybody else did hit the ten to fifteen rebounds it was on the clippers yeah he wasn't bad when clippers he was real night clippers head how a habit of just having all the knicks when they was real nice getting everybody ron harper glimmerings it off darius miles store rice start richardson my own it's miami miami charlotte he started charlotte went to my there's somebody why do i feel like glenn writes on the knicks i'll get out of the next call the knicks always baker on the knicks the knicks always get plays when like pass the pro go get them over void x amount to go back to you on a way out get your own james god that was hey listen real quick real quick and then less never discussed the knicks again but the the let me get this right eddie griffin trade peace.
"charles smith" Discussed on WXYT CBS Sports Radio 1270
"To now i think the biggest difference is the square footage of the court that choose and you know i i was watching was ninety four the charles smith game everybody knows what game talking about charles smith knicks fans attacked he was fat and this is a bunch of he was fouled but missed a bunch of layoffs you probably get a made a layup at one point in that game actually having was ninety three charles smith is is trying to do his thing there at the end of the game but i'm watching it and i just was laughing because you see what's going on in the game and the knicks are dumping the ball into patrick ewing and everybody's watching what patrick ewing backs bill cartwright down and everybody else's attached there man just kind of watching that developing and that happen and also the bulls hit their second three pointer of the game with like three minutes left in the fourth quarter now contrast that to now where nobody's watching somebody back you down and just standing there you're running through screens you're switching out your closing all the way out to the three point line you know when people talk about back in the day they used to be able to play eighty two games i don't think the eighty two games were the same you know maybe you were more likely to catch a forearm shiver in the chest in one thousand nine hundred three but you also didn't have to switch onto a guard who might pull up from thirty five feet in your face you didn't have to close out on every possession he didn't have to deal with constant screen roles and and rim divers you were watching patrick ewing back down and try to score over you and just standing on your man it's a big difference about the level of exertion i think it takes on your body and your legs to play in the nba now versus in the nba back then but speaking of the nba now versus the nba back then i'm gonna tell you which team from back then i think the golden state warriors of now could beat and i caught some heat online for this take yesterday but that's okay because i believe it just my opinion man just how i'm feeling at the time you know what i mean.
"charles smith" Discussed on KCBS All News
"Original bags if it is caught by customs we will be in trouble a plan to hide the bags in plain rappers was approved in an email sent from the address of charles smith a director in boston scientific urology and women's health division we can over bag the email reads pictures of the over bagging operation were then distributed to many company executives for their approval on its declarations boston scientific told the chinese the plastic was made in china it told us customs the plastic was made in the us because of lawsuits by theresa's stevens gwen madison and thousands of others the fda looked into boston scientific experience with the chinese plastic the fda declined an interview but wrote we did not find any indication that the change in plastic resin led to an increase in adverse events we have confidence in our findings the fda recently reviewed these same test results and they said that the chinese mesh quote does not raise new safety or effectiveness concerns what do you make of that that's shocking i it's hard for me to imagine somebody looking at that data and generating an opinion that it is acceptable for use in the human body is your analysis something that any other expert in plastics would see immediately this is not a close call as we said boston scientific declined an interview but it wrote any allegations continuing to question the integrity or legitimacy of our plastic resin are false and you're responsible we wondered whether boston scientific mesh products still contain the chinese polypropylene smuggled into the united states so we purchased fifteen boston scientific mesh kits and sent them to a leading plastic slab all of them matched the chinese plastic you can watch sixty minutes on kpi ex five and you can hear sixty minutes on kcbs sixty minutes every sunday night at.
Report: Stevante Clark, brother of Stephon Clark, arrested on threat charges
"Trend apprentice who helped the singer obtained pay medication says he's relieved with the outcome officials say they've determined prince died after taking a counterfeit pain medication that was laced with a powerful pain drug fenton all something he may not have been aware of francis cousin charles smith says he's disappointed with the investigation is still has lots of questions got to be some reason why someone should be held accountable for the fence on their prince apparently became addicted to painkillers as a result of a long standing hip injury lance armstrong the one time cycling superstars reached a five million dollars settlement with the federal government overcharges armstrong to friday the us postal service which sponsored his cycle team armstrong admitted to doping on wall street the dow dropped eighty three points this is npr news i'm tara siler the brother of an unarmed black man who has shot and killed by sacramento police last month has been arrested on felony charges and is being held without bail capital public radio's bob moffitt reports the arrest comes as protests over stefan clark's death continue devante clark was booked into the sacramento county jail on felony charges of making criminal threats assault and vandalism pd sergeant vance chandler says clark has made numerous nine one one calls in recent days he has been calling our dispatch center and while in bed estimating that all that how we discovered that these crimes were committed the arrest came at about the same time a group of eighty people delivered one hundred thousand signatures collected online to the local district attorney's office they demand she charged the officers who killed stefan clark sacramento district attorney says it could be a year before the investigation is complete for news i'm bob moffitt in sacramento state officials are that the trump administration will pay for california national guard troops to be ployed to the southern border and elsewhere late yesterday governor jerry brown agreed to deploy four hundred guard members to the border and other parts of the state to combat drugs gangs and gun running but not immigration enforcement trump tweeted this morning that brown's deployment will and his words do nothing and the federal government will not pay but this afternoon the california national guard said it received written confirmation from the pentagon that it will fund the deployment and that nothing has.
"I failed miserably in that regard": Philadelphia police commissioner responds after week of controversy
"Washington state prosecutors in minneapolis now say no one will face criminal charges in connection with the overdose death of singer prints in two thousand sixteen the doctor who prescribed the musician pain medication will pay a civil penalty a friend of princess who helped the singer obtained pay medication says he's relieved with the outcome ficials say they've determined prince died after taking a counterfeit pain medication that was laced with a powerful pain drug fenton all something he may not have been aware of prince's cousin charles smith says he's disappointed with the investigation is still has lots of questions got to be some reason why and someone should be held accountable for the fence and on their prince apparently became addicted to painkillers as a result of a long standing hip injury lance armstrong the one time cycling superstars reached a five million dollar settlement with the federal government over charges armstrong defraud the us postal service which sponsored his cycle tain armstrong admitted to doping on wall street the dow dropped eighty three points this is npr the police commissioner of philadelphia's issuing an apology today after the arrest of two black men for trespassing at a city starbucks last week as joe hernandez from member station whyy reports the incident gained national attention was widely seen as an example of racial bias philadelphia police commissioner richard ross says he sorry for saying that officers did quote absolutely nothing wrong when they arrested rashawn nelson and dante robinson ross who is black says although the officers acted within the law both he and they didn't realize that starbucks routinely allows customers to hang out without making a purchase ross says the police department needs to do better and it starts at the top and that starts with me so messaging is important in failed miserably in this regard ross says the department is working on a new policy for handling trespassing calls for npr news i'm joe hernandez in philadelphia it's a boy a cry that's become all too familiar for.
"charles smith" Discussed on KARN 102.9
"Here it's fifty three degrees at world three i'm bob i'm sorry at four thirty one i'm bob steel with the latest from newsradio one or two point nine karn north iraq police have released the dash cam video in sunday's fatal shooting of 17yearold charles smith junior on the video to individuals are seen sitting on the sidewalk in front of the levy church of christ clung camp robinson road this after they were searched both are complying with police the third person charles smith jr is heard off camera and then seen in a struggle with two officers that takes him and those two officers to the ground when one of the officers sees a weapon no it okay shortly after a gunshot he's heard and a muzzle flashes visible from smith's hand as officers are seen trying to wrestle the gun away from him the to individuals sitting on the sidewalk curb react to the gun shot one rolls away the other gets up and runs away smith appears to point the weapon toward the officers and fires as second shot and then they opened fire the gun is clearly visible in the teens right hand as he paul's to the pavement after multiple shots from police or fired smith was pronounced dead at the scene the unedited video can be seen at arkansas onlinecom or west little rock salon and day spas suddenly shut its doors leaving customers and employees in the dark fox exchange caitlyn ridden report even the employees were blindsided as his sacking the.
"charles smith" Discussed on KARN 102.9
"And fog in central arkansas 300 three i'm bob steel with the latest from newsradio one or two point nine karn north little rock police have released the dash cam video in sunday's fatal shooting of 17yearold charles smith junior on the video to individuals are seen sitting on the sidewalk in front of the levy church of christ on camp robinson road in north little rock this after they were searched boca complying with police the third person charles smith jr is heard off camera then seen in a struggle with two officers that takes him to the ground and then one of the officers sees a gun no it okay we have to a gunshot is heard and a muzzle flash is visible from smith's hand as the officers are seen trying to wrestle the weapon away from him the to individuals sitting on the sidewalk react to the gun shot one rows away the other gets up and runs smith appears to point the weapon toward the officers and fires a second shot and then they opened fire the gun is clearly visible in the teens right hand as he falls to the pavement after multiple shots from police are fired smith was pronounced dead at the scene the unedited video can be seen at arkansas onlinecom the national weather service says colder weather and some rain is headed our way senior forecaster john lewis says freezing rain is possible sharply colder tomorrow night temperatures falling into the upper 20s during the overnight hours but at the same time moisture is also moving out so we're gonna have rain this uh through the day tomorrow pretty good chances heading into uh thursday night changing over maybe to a brief period of freezing rain or sleet maybe a little bit of accumulation while that may be a few flurries before precipitation and the arts men's basketball team returns home tonight looking to remain perfect in bud watson as the razorbacks host the lsu tigers coming off a twogame losing streak on the road coach mike anderson says other teams are figuring out the hogs and his team cannot be dependent on just two people now is one thing to talk about the sense of urgency teams are familiar which you that you got to really make sure that everybody is on the.
"charles smith" Discussed on PTI
"Larry irving shooting 46 percent right now pretty good for a guard here was all can't shoot at all lots of goals made 6 of his last thirty shots now lots of wall so far is only hype he's going to be good we both agree he's going to be good good right now and kind of your being is great right now so he what you think he's worried that a win over the return of the number go a little different direction and say he's unimpressed going into this game and a large part of his with lonzo ball people take the measure of these rookies boozman lonzo ball zoo he's after play that's right unlike half the league lately that gets drafted he's not redshirt frank he's out there averaging like six rebounds a game nearly seven insist with you so there are ways is contributing threat to he's not going to be impress he's gonna be unimpressed wait a minute kid i thought you were more than this he may be but not now next cody seller should feel blank about what the next it to him last night he should feel charles smith he should go back to when charles smith was the power forward for the new yep and they were playing a chicago bulls yeah michael jordan scottie pippen horace grant i and late in the game and it's more had the quota it was something like block block strip block strips allotted were again so charles smith again this is where cody day and choice should call him tonight commiserate with charles smith mr for part of that same yes a playoff i believe a famous game five i wanna say 1993 and the knicks were really good he thought they were going to win charles smith went up at whole grand block them in each other who have again george stripped him he tried to go up again and pippen blocked them any trotted hoping gin and more captured all of this with again smith again and again he got snuff and lost since game yeah and cody zeller last night but there was a foul call so cody zillow kind of got out of that the unicorn was in near blocking is trying to be whole brand pippen in mike very reminiscent of a we'd seen a number of years ago next last one rob thompson would make a black choice.