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South Chicago house fire leaves 2 firefighters injured

Bob Sirott

00:37 sec | 3 d ago

South Chicago house fire leaves 2 firefighters injured

"Chicago firefighters injured battling a house fire last night near 86, then Phillips on the far South side near Kalyan Heights. District. Fire Chief Stephen Clay says things got rough one cruise made Interior entry into the buildings where the fire had intensified. Came disoriented, disoriented, disoriented fire made made it it was called called Okay. The The firefighters firefighters were quickly quickly rescued from from the the structure. structure. They were transported to the hospital with non life threatening injury place. That's when they got to the scene. They ran into a couple of frozen hydrants that led to a quick search for alternate water sources. A

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"chicago house" Discussed on KNSS

KNSS

02:32 min | 4 d ago

"chicago house" Discussed on KNSS

"98 7 and 13 30, Kate and as a science team back in Touch, Sonny now and 41 degrees, Congressional Democrats are prepared to move forward with President Biden's $1.9 Trillion coronavirus relief package. Boxes, David Sponge reports. It is a big number. That dollar amount nearly $2 trillion. But the president says, I want to work with Republicans. He wants to do this in a bipartisan way. He spent 36 years over on Capitol Hill, working with both Republicans and Democrats, but some of those Republicans he used to call Senate colleagues have some questions about some of the spending in that bill. I wanted to talk about some of it $100 million for BART, which is the Bay Area rapid transit system in San Francisco, about a billion dollars for other similar trade. Exportation projects around $200 million for museums and libraries and about $270 million combined in arts and humanities endowments. Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer has made it clear that he will use his political muscle to get the president's bill pushed through the upper chamber using the process of reconciliation, which allows major legislation to pass the Senate on a simple majority vote. One person is reported in critical condition after a house fire in the 3200 block of South Gordon in southwest Wichita. When firefighters arrived on the scene Sunday night, heavy flames were visible and one injured. Man was on the front porch. Firefighters version told there was another person in the House Battalion chief Matt Bowen says. We did a thorough primary and secondary search quickly. Andre. The other occupant was located at a neighbor's house, so fortunately, there's only one patient, the man on the front porch hospitalized in critical condition. A 17 year old girl died from smoke inhalation after she was unable to escape a fire in west Wichita. This in the 3000 block of Newell. Investigators say Mark Kayla Kelly was trapped inside the new place Friday afternoon by a deadbolt that required a key to open the injection of wastewater into underground wells by oil and gas producers has been stopped or reduced in the area where a magnitude 4.2 earthquake struck in Oklahoma. The Oklahoma Corporation Commission on Friday directed disposal wells within three miles of the quake's epicenter to stop operations. And those from 3 to 10 miles of the epicenter to reduce volume by at least 50%. There were no injuries or damage reported from the quake that occurred Friday morning near Manchester along the Oklahoma Kansas State line. The commission took similar action earlier this month after a serious of earthquakes about 55 miles southeast of Friday's quake. Rodney Price kay and assess news We.

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"chicago house" Discussed on KXNT NewsRadio 840 AM

KXNT NewsRadio 840 AM

01:47 min | 2 weeks ago

"chicago house" Discussed on KXNT NewsRadio 840 AM

"In Chicago House impeachment managers open their first day of arguments with footage of the U. S. Capitol riot and Capitol police trying to hold the line. They also painted former President Trump as an insider in chief. CBS is, Nancy Cordes says. Even some Republicans say the House managers are presenting a compelling Kaylie hard to watch the security, video and body cam video of these police officers being pummeled with flagpoles and fire extinguishers and bullhorns and really anything These writers could get their hands on. And that was meant to be tough to wash, especially for the senators who were sitting there as part of the jury today. The message was look at what these men and women went through because of the lies that the president told that this crowd believed and look at what could have happened to you. Senators. President Biden made his first visit to the Pentagon as the nation's commander in chief. CBS is we, Zhang says the president gave a far reaching speech that emphasized diversity in the armed for is something the Pentagon has been dealing with. Recently. Defense official tells CBS News that over the weekend extremists graffiti the words Nazi life was found on a Navy carrier last month as sailor was removed from another ship after confessing to placing a noose on someone's bed. Pentagon leadership is under pressure to show progress in combating white nationalism and other extremism in the ranks. New concerns over the coronavirus as those highly contagious variants are now spreading rapidly nationwide. However, CBS is Carter Evans reports. The vaccine rollout is getting better. The U. S just hit a milestone 10% of the population has now received at least one shot and new mass vaccination sites are going up around the country, including the home of the Mets in New York City,.

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2 Young Girls Killed In Ingleside Chicago House Fire

John Williams

00:25 sec | 2 months ago

2 Young Girls Killed In Ingleside Chicago House Fire

"Four adults were injured in an extra alarm house fire in Ingleside in Lake County Fire started in a two story house just before 11 o'clock last night. Girls were ages five and 82 of the four adults are in critical condition. They were airlifted to Loyola Medical Center Fire has been put out, but the Cruz remain on the scene this morning. No known cause of the fire at this time. And a man

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"chicago house" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

01:41 min | 2 months ago

"chicago house" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Hanukkah second night of Hanukkah is to diet. Of course, Christmas is two weeks away. Good morning. Thanks for joining us. I'm rob hearts sitting in for Chad Cassidy. Today We have 43 degrees in Chicago under cloudy skies topping out at 45. Today cloudy All day. Not as mild, breezy this afternoon could see some rain developing later in the day, and then we might see some snow tomorrow. The details from AccuWeather coming up in 10 minutes at 8 15 our top local story on news radio. WBBM officials say to young girls died in the fire late last night and far north suburban Ingleside. The story from WBBM is Bernie to FOIA Fox, like Fire Protection. District Deputy Chief Ed Lesher says three adults had made it out of the burning house on Hunt Avenue near Maple. They had separate burns and smoke inhalation, and they told firefighters there was still another woman and two Children inside kind of 15 ft. Inside the house, they found the one woman they were able to rescue her and pull her out. By the time they pulled her out, the back side of the house was becoming involved in flames, and the crews are no longer able to pick entry into the house. Firefighters later made their way to the second floor. That's where they found the five and eight year old girls dead. One was in a bedroom. The other was in the hallway just outside the bedroom before adults were hospitalized. Deputy chief Fleischer says he does not believe there were any working smoke detectors in the house. Bernie to FOIA. NewsRadio, one of 5.9 FM police and Round Lake Beach are trying to identify two of three men who attempted to steal in 80 Emmett, a bank in the middle of the Knights round, Lake. Police say someone reported a pickup was being used to dislodge an A T M and a Chase Bank branch on Route 1 35 at about 2 30.

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Chicago man killed during fight over hands in Thanksgiving leftovers: police

WBZ Midday News

00:24 sec | 3 months ago

Chicago man killed during fight over hands in Thanksgiving leftovers: police

"Over Thanksgiving leftovers in Chicago leaves one person dead. Another person now charged with murder. Police say it appears James Dixon put his hands in some Thanksgiving leftovers as he was being escorted out of the Chicago house by the hosts boyfriend then sell Jackson. Ah fight broke out. It was on the front porch, where Jackson was stabbed at least nine times. Dixon is now charged with murder. His lawyer says Dixon was just trying to defend himself.

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"chicago house" Discussed on Dart Against Humanity

Dart Against Humanity

01:50 min | 8 months ago

"chicago house" Discussed on Dart Against Humanity

"I'm not the audience. And, what you're saying about, it is the same thing that people said about the music. You loved when you were the age of the target audience. Check Yourself Q.. So what I stopped doing. was talking shit about artists I. Don't listen to. I stop talking. Shit about music I. Don't understand because it's not made from me. I stopped talking shit about a genre sub-genre music. That was moving the young people in the way that rap and New Jack Swing and Techno And electoral moved. And and and and many apple than the Minneapolis sound and new Jack, swing and since pop moved me and my young friends and House move me and my young friends and hip. House moved me and my young friends. That the older people in the older generation could not understand. There's a scene in hoop dreams. Where the kids are listening to. Techno. Or Chicago House. Wanted to to. It was like a mix of the two. and. The kids are jamming. Having a party. And I believe off as father, he says scary generation man. Generation. And I remember seeing the assault on visas. And I remember we winding. And playing back and offer edgy watching the kids dance to this music. That sounds overly.

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Chicago - The Rent Is Due Soon, But Can All Tenants Affected By COVID-19 Afford To Pay?

Steve Cochran

00:37 sec | 10 months ago

Chicago - The Rent Is Due Soon, But Can All Tenants Affected By COVID-19 Afford To Pay?

"It's called the Chicago Housing solidarity pledge a pledge that brings together lenders landlords housing groups and the city of Chicago to help those who can't pay their rent or mortgage due to the pandemic housing commissioner Merson the virus says everyone must do their part tenants who have not lost work support their neighbors who have by paying their rent it means that landlords working good faith with their tenants to show flexibility and create a plan together and the reason these housing providers are able to show flexibility is that their lenders in turn are showing flexibility to them in their

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Chicago Housing Pledge to Aid Residents With Rent, Mortgage During Coronavirus

Roe Conn

00:40 sec | 10 months ago

Chicago Housing Pledge to Aid Residents With Rent, Mortgage During Coronavirus

"It's called the Chicago Housing solidarity pledge a pledge that brings together lenders landlords housing groups in the city to help those who can't pay their rent or mortgage due to the pandemic housing commissioner Morrison Navarro says everyone must do their part tenants who have not lost work support their neighbors who have by paying their rent it means that landlords working good faith with their tenants to show flexibility and create a plan together and the reason these housing providers are able to show flexibility is that their lenders in turn are showing flexibility to them in their repayment plans the pledge includes grace period suspension of foreclosures and no late

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"chicago house" Discussed on 20 Minute Morning Show

20 Minute Morning Show

06:15 min | 10 months ago

"chicago house" Discussed on 20 Minute Morning Show

"Sister. That's a good one. You got me at you. Rate Demand wrote amazing. Grace was on top of the slave ship. We will under the slave ship right. Amazing grace you right so that just council be council said. That's right canceled everything I say. Oh appraises dude thank you for the correction? See I'm not. I'm a humble person. Thank you. I'm humble enough to say I was wrong and out sound stupid. You thank you all right. Let's see what else is going on. We talked about a Chicago House party. You know I know some of the people their own property. They but they look these people talk about. They're going to have a rent strike and a resident as a organizing not to pay rent. I'll have nothing to do with covert nineteen okay. So if y'all don't y'all don't WANNA pay Rent Ellen. Play Games with me. Guess what's going to happen and I'm not not to work out a payment with me but y'all going not won't pay rent so what you think what you think's it happened in that case on these people shouldn't play pay rent. It should be anything such as bill during a plate. I'm sorry it's a plague. Ain't no bills play. So how did things get paid? People make money. I mean. Everything's supposed to be free. You can't you know I mean it's the history at you right at. The history of America is to value the economy over human life. That's the history of America. But I think she's a reduced rate. I think we negotiate. I mean there's a man in New York. They said that and you know he was going to reduce his rent. Any came back because they look down on. Pay No rent for sixty days and then we'll come back and we'll talk about. I know you're having a hard time. That's what reasonable civilized people should do. When you're trying to help somebody you know what I'm saying about. Y'All just come? Y'All ain't paying no rent and now we. I'M NOT PAYING ANY. I don't have any money to pay rent on detail. Your mortgage company that you can't pay the mortgage because the people of under you not paying rent if you feel paying for your property that you're renting out yet and that's what's happening. I can't pay rent and that's what's happening and that's what's happening unless they people outright own the building stuff you know. They're not getting their money. So you know I. I think everybody can work with one another in this hour. The car payment people working with us the cell phone people working with us. Everybody is working with Nevada car. First of all you too much for. Are you know what I'm saying really shouldn't even be as much as it is? Gotten your rent a hundred times over the car payment of interest on the car too much the cost of the car too much. You've already overcharged. People put a car car payments. Should be over. That's right. Well they could have Michael if they want to get. It is all did it. I've been with my wife doesn't rub it. I can't eat drive around your wife at this. Look at look at you a a One of the things. That's coming out of the corona virus pandemic play like. I like to call it. What it is is a plague is loneliness. Lotta people getting lonely being about a single person. There's got shelter in place. They just been in an apartment by themselves. Whatever that could become a disheartening saying so I know a lot of media shit. No-one Phil alone. Why did you feel alone? You can get on social media and talk to anybody to give it but you WANNA be. You WanNa have the field or the closeness somebody next. You know what I'm saying in the house which you know you don't WanNa be by yourself. I want to be by myself. You know what I'm saying. Not Talk to anybody and he started walking around the house talking to yourself and then you know that's because you're boring. Most people like me entertain. I get lonely man. Yeah I mean I. It's a real thing you know. This is a mental health. You know they. They started talking about mental health. Prior to Colbert Nineteen member last year. That was all new terminology. mental health black people in mental health. But it's GonNa be a lot of crazy people coming out of this and so so you are going to be able to make money if you went to school with a sociology. Geology degree you will be working with their. That's that's one of the things Van Jones the sand and black people need to saw living healthier lifestyles. They should go to fairfield pay for therapists. They've therapies look as you come in this. Excuse me did you stop at the front that you have insurance. Don't come in here I'm GonNa ask you. You know you know. The healthcare industry look at black people with such disdain. Let's discussed when you walk into a doctor's office and they look at you like okay. You have insurance or no. Fill out this form. And we'll see what we can do and they have such that we can do or they give you a couple of clinics. Go get you some help clean like out. I'll tell you. They look at us with such disdain. Man I mean like when you come in a hospital or doctor's office and they already figured out that you ain't got no damn insurance. You know what I'm saying and then I I went to the doctor Probably like two months ago and gave me a prescription. I went to CVS and they told my two hundred dollars. I said where the aspirin and stuff like that. I just walked out and walked down still there to like one. Medicine was like eighty dollars and the two hundred twenty three dollars. I said Man Rick. Hang AROUND WITH YOU MEDICINE. Two hundred dollars. Will you know you want to Hugh yourself no doubt about that medicine? 'cause.

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"chicago house" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

Questlove Supreme

07:38 min | 10 months ago

"chicago house" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

"Always, says Hamilton, the same thing like absolutely. That's how he got the inspiration to even go through with it. Yeah, he tested on you I. Yeah, and We thought he was look crazy. We were like okay. Alexander Hamilton okay. That's nice cute. It's it's. Always say that Like. I was part of the production team that did the cast album and. Apparently. I missed the email of him pitching it to me. So I told him I found the email after the record and I read the email. and. I told them there's probably I would probably said no I'm fine. I'll sit this one out because looking at this. Concept. I was like. Says the chance of being a little corny right. Yeah, but somehow he warned me through. Absolutely. You you and your husband art true chicagoans. To the bone and probably one of the most touching things that shocked me during your administration. Was the the letter condolences that you sent to Chicago House heads when Frankie knuckles. As the way and always wanted no like as a trueblue Chicago in. Are you a house head like? Have you gone to any house parties to see? Any of the Gods of House Music DJ. Ever, yeah I was. I was old by the time house. Music was like a big thing in Chicago. You know everybody has the Music House music. You know, but by then I was out of clubbing. Out so I never got to experience. The going at the club is being all up in it, but you know you couldn't. You can't be in and out of Chicago without knowing barrels. Right you know what about stepping. Are you a good? Husband good steps. You know I love to step Barack. Is You know he can? He can do it, but you know who loves to step with. ME IS SASHA my youngest. Oh, she! Oh, yeah, yes, she. She gets such a huge kick out of me leaning her through the so that sorta one of the things that we do when we're at a party together or where family event. She's like Ma. Let's debt. Let's step. but you know we never had the time Barack and I. Never had the time to lake. Do the step classes because that's what couples do in Chicago you go you go to Kennedy? King College where you're taking the step, glad. So we never, we never trained INSTEP. Can I say I just sort of? It's Kinda just a box you know and if you've got like a rhythm and you've got the right song, you got a little, you know. A good step in song it just comes but I I grew up watching it on on TV and parents doing it, so it's almost like I can imitate it, but I've taught Sasha had a step and that's. She's my step in part. On I will say that The party that. You guys grant me permission to. Dj. I'll say that. I was holding back for the first. Hour, so because like okay. I'm at the White House. I can't be to look at the house. And oh boy little did I. Know that you all speak the same vocabulary musically so? For, you know how important is it to also embrace because that's the thing I. Just never seen I've never seen like. Parents wholeheartedly. Embraced the music culture of their kids like normally parents, I know. Roll there is up in the air and sh-. Kid, you know that sort of thing. Whereas you. Guys were out partying. Your daughters at you know the the last week of the White House, Party. His jaw dropped like. So I mean, how important is it to you to to bind in also understand like the music. They like ours. They like like you know who chance the rally. Yeah, absolutely I mean I I. When you love music, you love all music and if it's a good song. If it's got a good beat, you know I. Can t tease my kids about how good their favorite artists are compared to the great sal play that game with them, but I can appreciate a good whatever it is, you know and I and I love that time with my daughters. I love to let them teach me about what they love. and against Sasha is my more musical child. She you know she. She's got her room set. Candles lit you. You know colored light bulbs with a certain sound, and it just depends on what her mood is. You walk into her room and she could be playing classical music, or she could be jammed the scissor or you know you always surprised by her taste and that reminds me of the how I grew up. You know my grandfather was a jazz lover, but he respected my mother's music. He respected our music and I think that's just love music. You're open to just something that feels good so there I I love sitting down with Sasha. and just telling her. Tell me what's good. Tell me what you're liking now. Okay, she'll say I just heard you. You'RE GONNA. Love this and she knows my taste. This is a new artists. You're GonNa Love Them I. Think you know she's like I think of you when I think of this artist so in that way they keep me They keep us both on on point I. Don't know all the artists names now. I confused the you know. I just recently realized that what Migos wasn't just one. Year then. I kept saying you know. Let's meet, WHO's. Right right, let's meet him and they're like no mom. That's not just that's group. And then I found out. Okay. Well, then who who are they Yes, I'm not all down with it, but when when I'd like a song, I like halfway. I mean your daughter. Share music with you like you know. Music my parents and that might be grounded for two weeks so. I'm saying. Yes she's like. Don't do that that I try not to be judgmental with the music because it's like. That's how I felt about social media throughout the presidency. The question is if we're GONNA reach kids. We have to understand their language. We have to know what they're hearing. If we want to get young people to vote, we can't get them to vote. Just talking our language, so we had to figure out well. What is twitter and what's Vine? And what are the kids listening to? And if you're busy judging it you? You can't communicate with them so I. Don't want my kids to feel. Shut down because their music isn't what I grew up with So I think it's very important, but you know stuff I, don't like I. Don't like and I will tell them if I think an artist is crap. you know and we'll have debates about it. so I i. think that's a good conversation for families have go okay..

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Chicago - House Fire In Little Village Spreads To 2 Houses; 1 Firefighter Hurt

Chris Plante

00:24 sec | 11 months ago

Chicago - House Fire In Little Village Spreads To 2 Houses; 1 Firefighter Hurt

"That Chicago fire fire injured in an extra alarm fire that damaged three buildings that happened this morning in the little village neighborhood on the southwest side the fire breaking out around two thirty A. M. at the two flat building in the twenty five hundred block of south Albany Albany Avenue and spread to two adjacent buildings the two alarm fire put out shortly before three thirty one firefighter taken to a hospital in very good condition with a minor shoulder

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Chicago House Was Designed to Send a Message

Climate Connections

01:11 min | 1 year ago

Chicago House Was Designed to Send a Message

"Chicago's Ravens would neighborhood. You may notice a House. With v-shape roofs and a horseshoe layout it's described as jetsons architecture. So it's really kind of Zippy and very expressive of its environmental function. That's Doug Far. Afar associates the architecture firm that designed the home a little over a decade ago. He says the client Michael. Ul wanted to build an energy efficient luxury home. He's done very well in life and has ample resources and wanted to send a message to other people at his strata. People of means to say. Don't build a mega mansion. Dial it down bill the right sized house but make it a net zero model in other words design it to produce as much energy as it consumes. The House is built to maximize sun exposure. In summer he distorts the soil below the home and used to warm the house in winter and the V-SHAPE reuss collect rainwater and hide solar panels. When I built the homeless touted as the greenest in America far says it shows that by investing in Green building. Wealthy people can help pave the way for others. When you do you'll make it easier for everyone else. That comes later because it will be much easier and that much lower in cost

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13 people were shot at a Chicago house party honoring a man killed earlier this year

Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

00:29 sec | 1 year ago

13 people were shot at a Chicago house party honoring a man killed earlier this year

"Six police say you're shooting at a house party memorializing a person who had been killed in Chicago is wounded thirteen people four of them critically authorities say the shooting early this morning stemmed from a dispute at the party the victims range in age from sixteen to forty eight police say they suffer different in various gunshot wounds to their bodies two people are being questioned one of them arrested with a weapon the other was wounded police say the shooting was an isolated

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"chicago house" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

News Radio 690 KTSM

02:14 min | 1 year ago

"chicago house" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

"John Jeffries president trump is calling the house impeachment ally unfair trump gave a speech yesterday in Florida and criticized house speaker Nancy Pelosi for holding off on sending the articles of impeachment to the Senate trump argue the policy adopted the strategy because she has no case they claim the Democrats were violating the constitution the house voted last week to impeach drop and the articles of impeachment now go to the Republican controlled Senate for a trial meanwhile the president says when it comes to the military he doesn't care about the budget we have an overwhelming they just told trump said the defense budget he signed Friday includes provisions for a lot of new equipment including planes he briefly mentioned that the budget deficit this year will be more than one trillion dollars but said when it comes to the military he pays no attention to the budget trump was speaking to a group of conservative students at the turning point USA someone in west Palm Beach Florida police in Chicago are investigating a house party shooting in which at least thirteen people were shot the incident happened early this morning in Inglewood on the south side WLS report so far there is no word from investigators on the condition of those shot at the residence on South Main street Chicago police are saying all of the shooting victims are receiving treatment in local hospitals officials in Michigan so your green slime found losing onto a freeway near Detroit causes cancer the Mitchell has details the mysterious liquid was founded losing from the curb on interstate six ninety six Friday in the Detroit suburb of Madison heights authorities blocked off the freeway called federal agencies Michigan state police say the blob was the chemical hexavalent chromium which is known to cause cancer police say it was leaking underground from a local business that does industrial plating officials say the clean up process could take several days that's the mutual reporting you're listening to the latest from NBC news radio I'm Andrea Thomas checking in with our partners in the CBS for one weather center we've got a chance for rain and wind moving into the forecast and right being a little bit later on in the week but for today the first full day of winter temperatures are still not too bad under mostly cloudy skies will see temperatures near sixty degrees was someone out of the.

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"chicago house" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

10 10 WINS

02:40 min | 1 year ago

"chicago house" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

"That at least thirteen people were shot overnight this incident apparently happened about twelve thirty AM maybe during a house party Chicago police spokesman Fred Waller we saw an individual on the pock firing at that time more shots were fired at another location so we have about three scenes of different showcase in in different scenes where people sat but it was right there in that location and stemming from that party now police say two suspects are being interviewed two people having questions are one of them was arrested with a weapon the other was injured at least for the victims are said to be in critical condition ranging in age from sixteen to forty eight years old authorities are still investigating in this is a developing story so say within ten wins for the very latest wins use time nine oh three from super Saturday to just plain panic Sunday Schubert shoppers who burned up the bargains yesterday braving the cold for late season shopping and observers say may end up being a bigger day than Black Friday the national retail federation says more than fifty percent of shoppers do weight to the week before Christmas to buy the last gift this year the pressures even higher because there are six fewer days between thanksgiving and Christmas and it's not just Christmas Hanukkah starts at sunset now well some really organize books do manage to get all their gifts bought by the first candle lighting others find themselves scrambling across the eight days the big shopping day turn scary of Macy's flagship in Herald square yesterday when a queue shoplifters weapon went off we see this happened just before three thirty PM in a back room away from any merchandise display the work researching a sixteen year old who had been accused of taking something of that weapon just went off security worker was hit in the hand thought seriously injured authorities say the weapon may have been a homemade gun or some other kind of device the teenager was arrested now stands charged with criminal possession of a weapon petty larceny and other offenses when news time nine oh five checking tinted wins accu weather will have sun for the most part today milder afternoon high forty six clear tonight thirty six in midtown twenties in the colder suburbs sunny and very mild tomorrow the high at the fifty one degrees by Tuesday it's sunny to partly cloudy still nice high forty six Christmas day means clouds and sun and a high of forty five thirty two now there we are going to the forty six in mid town temperature thirty two but it doesn't feel quite like at the Acura the real fear right now is twenty seven with news time nine oh six on message and going off on the Democrats president trump had plenty to say about impeachment yesterday and it wasn't all accurate in a speech to a crowd of conservative students he falsely accuse house speaker Nancy Pelosi of not following.

Thirteen people shot at Chicago house party, police say

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:39 sec | 1 year ago

Thirteen people shot at Chicago house party, police say

"That at least thirteen people were shot overnight this incident apparently happened about twelve thirty AM maybe during a house party Chicago police spokesman Fred Waller we saw an individual on the pock firing at that time more shots were fired at another location so we have about three scenes of different showcase in in different scenes where people sat but it was right there in that location and stemming from that party now police say two suspects are being interviewed two people having questions are one of them was arrested with a weapon the other was injured at least for the victims are said to be in critical condition ranging in age from sixteen to forty eight years old authorities are still investigating in this is a

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Housing slump in Chicago continues

Roe Conn

00:24 sec | 1 year ago

Housing slump in Chicago continues

"Chicago's housing slump continues nationwide your were your home sales were down two point two percent in June in Chicago they were down thirteen point three percent that's the twelfth month of declines in a row it's a similar story when you scan out to the nine county metro area sales down eleven point six percent the Illinois retailer side a lack of confidence in the economy for the slump they say taxes don't

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"chicago house" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

11:08 min | 1 year ago

"chicago house" Discussed on KCRW

"To the New Yorker radio hour. I'm David Ramnik. It's not often than article comes along that changes the world. And that's exactly what happened with Tana hoc- coats, five years ago. Now when he wrote the case for reparations that article in the Atlantic was a very big deal to say the least I was shocked at how big it was. I can remember going up to the red rooster to meet somebody for lunch and house restaurant in Harlem, and I was leaving. And to people at the bar is a black woman in a black dude who will hold an dues is is. So big is all my God. Oh my God. And the woman said to me plays, God praise on, and he runs into the car, and he has an Atlantic liaison praise. God, I was what? Wow. And our show up plays that people would ask me to sign the paper people who couldn't get access to the magazine, like, print it out. And would come 'cause like sold out at a certain point Tana hussy, coats, somehow, got everybody talking about reparations now. That's subject had been discussed since the end of the civil war. And in fact, there's a Bill that's been sitting in congress for thirty years about reparations, but now reparations for slavery. And legalized discrimination is a real subject of major discussion among the democratic presidential candidates. We're going to spend the entire hour of our program today, talking about what exactly are reparations and what the political future of might be I talked to Tallahassee coats last week. Donosti for those who have may not have read the article five years ago. What exactly is the case that you make for reparations, which is a word that's been around for a long, long time, case, I make forever. Rations is virtually every institution with some degree of history. In America, be a public be. It private has a history of extracting wealth and resources out of the African American community. I think what has often been missing is trying to make the point of in two thousand fourteen that behind all of that oppression was actually left. In other words, this is not just mean, this is not just maltreatment. This is the theft of resources out of that community resources continued. You know, well into the period of, I would make the argument around the time of the fair housing at. So what year is nineteen sixty eight a lot of you're not saying that between nineteen sixty eight in two thousand and nineteen everything is hunky Dory. I'm not saying everything was at. At all. But I'm trying to you're speaking to, you know, the most intellectually, honest dubious person because you have to remember what I'm battling is idea that it ended in eighteen sixty five with emancipated and the patient. Yes, yes, yes. And the case I'm trying to make is with an the lifetime of a large number of Americans in this country. There was a lot of your article was about Chicago housing policy technical analysis has housing positive people talk to me about the article, and I could tell they hadn't read it. So it's kind hussy making a case for first and foremost. It's dissection of a particular policy emblematic of somebody other policies. So all of those policies of I had to pick one. That was really my going. The one I picked was housing without housing policy. Again, we have this notion that, you know housing as it exists today, sort of sprung up from black people coming north, maybe not finding the jobs that they want bring in dust form. You know, some sort of pathological culture, and white people just being concerned citizens fled to the suburbs. But been was policy. The reason why black people were confined, those neighborhoods in the first place. And why people had access to neighborhoods, you know, further away was because of political decision. The government, you know, under road that to FHA loans through the GI Bill, and that in turn caused the devaluing of black neighbor than an inability to access credit even improve neighborhoods. Now, your article starts with someone who lived through these racist policies, a man named CLYDE Ross. Tell us the story of CLYDE Ross. How did he react to the article? So Mr Ross was living on the west side of Chicago. He started out Mississippi started out in Mississippi in one thousand nine hundred born in Mississippi under Jim crow his family lost lost their land, headland basically stolen from them had his horse stolen from him. He goes off fights in World War. Two comes back a lot of people can't live in clarksdale. I just can't I can't be him kill them by McGill comes up to Chicago in Chicago, all of the social conventions of Jim crow, a guy and had to move off the street. Somebody. Why does take his hat off all you know, look down anything like that gets a job to Campbell Soup company, and he wants to, you know, the last implementing American dream, he wants homeownership couldn't go to the Bank, get alone like everybody else. And he was making a decent way, a decent wage enough that he could save some money. And, you know, enough down payment and ours, he has no knowledge. None of us really did at that point of what was actually happening of widest was, you know, no concept of federal policy. Really? And. And so what he ends up with is basically a contract lender is a private lender. Who says, you know, hey, you give me down payment and you, you own a house, but would they actually do they kept a deed for the house, and you had to pay off the house in its entirety in order to get the deed, although you actively renter, you had all of, you know, lack of privilege that rent a has, and yet all the responsibilities that a buyer has. So if something goes wrong house, you have to pay for that. And so these fees would just pile up on these people, and they would lose their houses, and you don't get you down payment back Claros. What if you people was able to actually keep his home, the such a moving moment in the piece where he's sitting with you. And he admits we were ashamed did not want anyone to know we were that ignorant and, and felt that his ignorance said extended to his understanding of life in America in Chicago, which it seems to use the phrase of, of the great migration, the promised land. Right. Right. And he felt like a Asaka. And. A felt stupid to anybody. And I don't think he knew on the level the extent to which the con- actually went and then living in a community of people. And this is somebody and getting the piece, but let me in a community of people who are being ripped off, and they couldn't talk about it to each other. Because they wanted to maintain this sort of facade is front that they own their homes. Not that somebody else actually held the deed, and so on a great period of silence. You know about did Mr Ross react to your piece. Yeah. He did what he said. He said, reparations will never. So in the aftermath of the peace peace comes out fifteen thousand words in the Atlantic tremendous interest in it. You said this about the PC I think it was in the Washington Post. You said when I wrote the case for reparations my notion wasn't that you could actually get reparations past even in my lifetime. Right. My notion was that you could get people to stop laughing. Right. Which mean? Well, I mean it was Dave Chapelle joke. You know, and sort of what the joke was was. If black people got reparations all silly dump things they would actually do meaning bar caused by Rams fancy clothes. You know as as other people don't do those things you know. And once I started researching, not just the fact of plunder. But actually, the history of reparations fight was literally goes back to the American revolution. George Washington when he dies in as well. He leaves things to those who are in slavery. I wasn't a foreign notion that if you had stripped, people of something, you might actually owed them something it really only became foreign after the civil war, and any man to patient. And so this is quite a dignified idea, and actually an idea that was quite a bit of literature on and the notion that it was somehow funnier. I thought really, really diminished, what was a serious trenchant and deeply deeply perceptive idea if you visited Israel between the fifties and a certain time you would see Mercedes-Benz taxis all over the country. And you'd wonder this is not particularly rich country. At least not yet, this was reparations. This is part of the reparations payment from Germany, Israel, and in, in the immediate. Aftermath of the holocaust second World War. What is reparations look like now because they get vouchers to buy German goods. Right. What am I right? What's being asked for the rewriting of textbooks, the public discussion? What in terms of policy? How do you look at it? So fresh, you need the actual crime document. You need like what you would get is the official imprimature of the state, the state, they actually have, you know, I just think that's a crucial crucial first step. And the second reason you have a commission to figure out how we pay. Back. You know, I think it's crucial to tie reparations to specific act. Again, why you need to study. This is not, you know, I checked black on my census, therefore, I I'll give you an example of this is we have what I would almost call pilot significant reparations program right now, actually running in Chicago, Jon Burge, who ran this terrible unit of police officers that tortured Blackley sent a lot of innocent black people to jail over cost him. I think it was like twenty twenty or so years. And then once he was found out in Chicago was reparations plan put together with victims were actually given reparations. But in addition to that crucial to that they changed how they taught history. And you had to actually teach John Burnett actually teach people about what actually happened. So it wasn't just the money. It was there was some sort of I hesitate educational, but I guess that's the way we use an educational element to it. And I just think you can't win this argument by trying to hide the. Not not in the long term. You know. And so, I think both of those things are crucial ten hoc-. So as of this moment in two thousand nineteen there are more than twenty democratic presidential candidates running, eight of them have said, they'll support a Bill to create at least create a commission to study reparations. What do you make of that is it symbolic or is it lip service? Or is it just a way to secure the black vote? Was it something much more serious than all that? Probably in some measure photos. Thanks, certainly, is symbolic. Putting commission is now reparations in of itself. It's certainly lips lip service from at least some some other candidates. I'm actually less. Sure about in terms of the black vote this, you know, it may ultimately be true. This is something that, you know, folks, rally around was, but that's never been my sense. By the candidates that you take more seriously than others. When they talk about reparations. Yeah, I think Elizabeth one is probably serious..

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"chicago house" Discussed on Recode Decode

Recode Decode

02:45 min | 2 years ago

"chicago house" Discussed on Recode Decode

"The Chicago housing authority. So I worked on all these massive redevelopments of the city. And then also when I left government, mayor Daley asked me to chair, the board of the Chicago transit authority, and I had always been keenly interested in how public transit improves, the fabric of the city and into the context of urban planning. And so that stretch of my life was just exhilarating. And I moved from being a lawyer I have to say I've never looked back. And into policy and substance substantive roles having to do primarily with urban planning there. And and then you meet the Obamas. And when I was deputy chief of staff, I recruited Michelle Robinson to come. Enjoy my team in the mayor's office that was in nineteen Ninety-one before I became Commissioner, planning and development, and she was hot on the idea. But she said to me her fiance wasn't so hot on the and she discussed it with him. And I said, well, who's your fiance where do we care what he thinks? She said, well his name is Barack Obama and he started his career as a community organizer. And he's concerned about me going right into the fire. You at least went to the frying pan of apartments. The sheriff strictly political and Michelle Obama has a lodge agree. Also law degrees. Excellent. And it was practicing law at a law firm. And so part of what drew me to her as the person who sent me here. Resumes said great young lawyer has no interest in being in a law firm wants to explore public service, right? Similarly to what had motivated me. And so I-, she said, would you have dinner with us to talk about it, which is a little unusual when you're recruiting somebody to say, but I said sure, and that was a really smart thing to do. And the the point I would make about it is is that she cared about his opinion about what she would do with her future. Because of how they looked at themselves as a unit, and there isn't a decision he made in his life where he didn't want her at the table as well. Sure. And so I think it speaks well of their partnership and so talk a little bit move fast. Forward of how you got to decide you all wanted to do this incredible journey that you went on which I think was surprising to everybody. So it was surprising. But I will. Well, it was surprising. I've had people say to me, what did you know when you met him that he'd be president of the United States one day? And I say when I first met him at that dinner. What I thought was absolutely possible. Because I thought that was clearly wanted to do public service is motivated for all the right reasons. And I thought you know, what maybe? He just one day you'll be mayor of Chicago that was the ceiling of how high could see it going. But it didn't why. Because that was my life experience I've seen Harold Washington elected to the mayor mayor his job, and it just it didn't occur to be back event that he would even aspire to be president. But it was all very natural. And I I would say after he gave the speech at the two thousand four.

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"chicago house" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

04:23 min | 2 years ago

"chicago house" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Force at Chicago hospital awaiting this press conference. What is the latest? We know. Wait in the press conference, and it's a really strange situation. We're sitting here waiting waiting for options to come out, and we see all bolting gals. From the elevators and heading out the door of Chicago hospital and. Squad cars speeding down. Fifty seventh grade going west is another emergency situation. We know why another heightened sense of. UC? Let me let me let me caution for a second. There. We may not be an emergency situation. And it just may be a transport situation. So we will could. Yeah, we don't we don't really know for sure what what this is. And snow is starting to fall out there. As these police were we got is on the situation now to there. In the mental amount of police vehicles. As a we're awaiting word anytime, an officer shot there's a very large response of some on-duty in many off duty police officers, and then other responders who go from the police department almost every member of the exempt class of of police officers that bosses white shirts is they're known tend to go to the hospital to to be there to Marshall whatever support and any kind of help that they can give to the officers family to fellow officers. So you generally see a very large response in moments like this. And there is I don't think we can take too much information speculate too much about things are moving quickly because obviously they do need to move. Yeah. The family of these you know, of any injured officer, you know, they want to get the family to or from the hospital as quickly as they possibly can tell and and one one thing to note, though, is just how important it is gonna be situations as they're investigating what's going on mercy hospital. How important it is for them to have squad. Units officials here to make sure that there's areas secure that everything can be taken care of with the heightened sense of urgency as well. It's really fascinating to see that not only do you have officers who dealing with the situation. Personally. Would you have what if your your own was wounded? Also having to stay on guard at the very hospital where you're waiting more information on what happened. So just never tested it. That's what it is. If you do the city, they giving you any word about what time about they might come out or you just sort of waiting on standby for that moment. Just waiting on standby news ironic as soon as up what the camera because he had a few officials coming to the microphone to see Johnson's ready to speak. That's when we saw gossip went down and head outside of the building are chemists seconds situation. I don't know what it was. Urgency. What caused you squad cars to Korean down fifty seven year. But again as little waiting saw the second thing happened. So right now, everything has gone on high alert you're seeing it's well, here's something. So right now just myself or the gag look reporters are just standing by waiting for more consummation on the early twenty that to talk about so far there is a podium that has been set up inside the lobby there outside the emergency department university Chicago house, well, there's a separate building that was just dealt for this for this exact need, you know, university of Chicago hospital had for many decades, not take in gunshot wounds emergency. A level one trauma emergency cases, and then built a brand new facility just to to manage because there really is not a number. There are not enough hospitals in Chicago that do handle these kinds of cases, northwestern there's county obviously. But university for years didn't they thankfully, they've changed that that policy in their handling these situations in there there. There are good facility. For this. Because they just recently been they've finished an emergency room and also the communication center. So that these kinds of resources can be marshalled when you have..

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"chicago house" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"chicago house" Discussed on KOMO

"And Trump is offering his thoughts after refusing questions about John McCain. Eleven times the president finally spoke to even Jellicoe and we very much appreciate everything that Senator McCain has done for countries. The president reversing his decision to raise the flag ordering, all flags, flown at half staff and saying, despite their differences, he honors Senator McCain service. Andy Field, ABC news, Washington services, McCain for McCain are now Senator. John McCain will lie in state at the US capitol on Friday Saturday morning. His family will lay a wreath at the Vietnam war memorial on their way to Washington National cathedral for a national memorial service presidents, George W Bush and Barack Obama will deliver tributes along with the senators children, Meghan and Jimmy President Trump who publicly clashed with McCain will not attend the service on Sunday. McCain will be laid to rest in a private service at the US naval academy in Annapolis. ABC's are let signs EA sports says it's canceling three Madden classic qualifier events. While it runs a comprehensive review of safety protocols in the wake of yesterday's video game tournaments shooting in Jacksonville Florida two. Men are dead police still searching for a motive for, accused shooter, David Katz the death toll from, Chicago house fire, has risen to nine as, the medical, examiner's office, as a, fourteen year old is now dies. Skaters are still trying to determine what sparked that fire that started on an. Enclosed back porch of the coach style home the building failed at June inspection by the city of Chicago doodoo electrical issues officials say, that we're no functioning smoke detectors in the home that's ABC's Ryan burrow Japan's, annual defensive uses North Korea poses a serious threat to the country since it hasn't taken concrete..

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US Government begins reunification of families stopped along border

WBBM Programming

01:53 min | 2 years ago

US Government begins reunification of families stopped along border

"These are the top stories on newsradio wbz m there's confusion at the border of on how to implement the president's order entering the entering should say ending family separation latest coming up from cbs a group of chicago housing some migrant children separated from their families and rain maybe moving out but the show concerns about central flooding chicago area worn that in a moment in sports this is rick greg cubs in cincinnati white sox hosting oakland today at the world cup belgium one and mexico's about to play well we have some rain that moved through the area early today out of the way now clouds and sun high seventy eight nine thirty one cbs news update the us government has begun the process of reuniting immigrant children and parents separated at the border cbs's ouija jiang with more on the process what we know is at least five hundred families according to a senior administration official have been reunited the question is for the other ones when in exactly how they will find their families again because there are several different federal agencies working together and they're not necessarily all communicating immigrant rights groups remain outraged in protests have occurred across the country and in los angeles where mayor eric garcetti is calling on president trump to do more there's one person who could change his tomorrow that is donald trump but this is human beings this is young people whose lives depend on this trauma that these children we make may never recover from and is absolutely unamerican but the president is now calling for the expanded use of family detention for immigrant parents and children who are stopped along the us mexico border cbs news update i'm bill rakoff w wbz news time nine thirty two chicago nonprofit says is housing sixty six migrant children who've been separated from their parents under the zero tolerance policy in the last six weeks evelyn ds president of heartland alliance welcome us senator dick durbin as he visited one of.

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Six months after Hurricane Maria, CBS News returns to Puerto Rico

The Steve Dahl Show

01:44 min | 3 years ago

Six months after Hurricane Maria, CBS News returns to Puerto Rico

"The right shows the demonstrate to children how bad drugs are chicago karnal blaze super has reportedly removed the pastor of the well known saint john catches parish and the goose island neighborhood the tribune says the reverend see frank phillips was removed last week cardinal tells parishioners that he made the decision after learning of credible allegations of improper conduct involving adult men the city of chicago is increasing security at the lakefront millennium park this summer starting may nineteenth there will be a security perimeter and bag check for all concerts and events at the downtown parks pritzker pavilion city will also prohibit alcohol at seven pritzker pavilion events that have the highest attendance those include the chicago house music festival chicago blues fest chicago mariachi festival and chicago jazz fest among others outside alcohol will be allowed at other events officials with these cities office of emergency management and communication say they're making the changes after terror attacks in major cities and at entertainment venues worldwide and mayor emanuel and congressman gutierrez will lead a delegation to hurricane ravaged puerto rico on friday bill cameron says there are political overtones for reelection in eleven months and a relief mission to puerto rico desa do his support in chicago's puerto rican community any harm at all the city of being resources to make sure that we will not rest until families and friends in puerto rico not just have power but have other ability to do what they need to move on and get back to work and be able to raise their families as well and the gutierrez spin was to compare rhyme to roberto clementi at a baseball field dedication baseball build that it's fitting to the memory and the legacy roberto clemente but at the same time mayor you're billing that legacy by leading a delegation.

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"chicago house" Discussed on New York Times - Popcast

New York Times - Popcast

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"chicago house" Discussed on New York Times - Popcast

"Okay one does my name may be two thousand six go one they again you guys like acid house i know you do that is chicago house legend justin timberlake with his new single filthy wobble wobble queen version declaring version i don't know whatever is only one version here is the title yet now there's definitely he says this aim between version but i think there's dozens dirty version i i didn't know he was saying in english so only a couple things before we get into the specifics of this week's podcast which only tangentially has to do with justin timberlake one i wanna i wanna let people know that coming very soon is the ashley simpson bob guest you gotta said studying up i wanna reward the show we're all you want above earring party maybe i may billable dua binge this weekend so the actually sent them hot gases coming and i know we have some questions already at the email podcast ny times um but i also know that i get the latter the last call for questions at the end of the jazz episode so i fully freely acknowledge that some people might not have survived and our conversation about jazz only be reminded and that's no knock on jazz hashtag jazz but i'm telling you right now at the top of the podcast i would like questions the actually simpkin cast coming soon email us podcast ny times dot com share your feelings give us things to referenced songs to the talk about moments on the show that are very important yes we know she's related to dan or us yes yes arrives i will come up jiji dearer veerakorn photos of bronx mobely that we have not seen maybe maybe you okay so like graham fan accounts.

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"chicago house" Discussed on Popcast

Popcast

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"chicago house" Discussed on Popcast

"Okay one does my name may be two thousand six go one they again you guys like acid house i know you do that is chicago house legend justin timberlake with his new single filthy wobble wobble queen version declaring version i don't know whatever is only one version here is the title yet now there's definitely he says this aim between version but i think there's dozens dirty version i i didn't know he was saying in english so only a couple things before we get into the specifics of this week's podcast which only tangentially has to do with justin timberlake one i wanna i wanna let people know that coming very soon is the ashley simpson bob guest you gotta said studying up i wanna reward the show we're all you want above earring party maybe i may billable dua binge this weekend so the actually sent them hot gases coming and i know we have some questions already at the email podcast ny times um but i also know that i get the latter the last call for questions at the end of the jazz episode so i fully freely acknowledge that some people might not have survived and our conversation about jazz only be reminded and that's no knock on jazz hashtag jazz but i'm telling you right now at the top of the podcast i would like questions the actually simpkin cast coming soon email us podcast ny times dot com share your feelings give us things to referenced songs to the talk about moments on the show that are very important yes we know she's related to dan or us yes yes arrives i will come up jiji dearer veerakorn photos of bronx mobely that we have not seen maybe maybe you okay so like graham fan accounts.

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"chicago house" Discussed on Bigmouth

Bigmouth

01:40 min | 4 years ago

"chicago house" Discussed on Bigmouth

"I'll tell you what may even economic like rubber plans outlet zeppelin it was rubber plant not at you know what what what you do he said i'm getting a sandwich and we had a chance and what we talk about was his beloved wolverhampton wanderers beating liverpool in the fa co i game that i was asked so we were i had a chance of our football with rubber plants outlet zeppelin in assam which shopping happiness event as california anna abc was reading heison really friendly unable to pocket digestive biscuits so they thought was exciting thing and my my my brother and sisterinlaw we're gonna he's not english clay it's okay to prop up plants and the pair that were like rabbit excites and so it to me this prizes of the in the job that urhin emetel's of quite famous people but when you're not mentally prepared for its one thing walking into ruin hello madonna your shorter than i thought you allocating no you're exactly assurances i thought you'd be am it's a different when you're in a shop on its are plenty hell actual rock legend banji with a package jesse business so i just wanted to pass that on and that's the end of the show so there we have it thanks to our guests stevie check rock and roll rights of mojo the guardian karang frankie becoming an comey had rebecca nickels and also the guardian and the sunday times to yes thank savvy way and thank you also to mike moran was already entered hyped asleep and he's not in the nonrenewable don't forget you can hear this episode of big mouth again and you can hear all of our past yoz at audio boom dot com forward slot channel fold slush big mouth you can also subscribe biagi's music still just set for big mouthing the podcast bit hit subscribe and you'll get the podcast early roundabout saturday lunchtime so you can plus out the misery of the final days the football season thanks for listening i will see you next week byebye.

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"chicago house" Discussed on Bigmouth

Bigmouth

01:40 min | 4 years ago

"chicago house" Discussed on Bigmouth

"They're better as mysteries you know there are certain things it's a bit like a blockbuster film is a bit like a sausage rising joy it yes don't necessarily want to know works went into it depends what kind of gummy slush talking about i you're sausage man through and through i am a such an answer and safe infamy a link kona is very much a wolves pink fudged jail because it's the same reconstituted elements chopped up in a slightly different order the 32 problem semi with aiding covenant the cast and the story everything else is absolutely fine there's nothing they've taken wonderful compared to the cast of alien or aliens they these these caretakers are very thin bongino naming when you look when you're back at air how immediately we understood exactly every body allman ostro million the ashish jeff across as character lambert you were instantly immediately well drawn a steady oman for an could you tell this cast of haley in a buffet members could you tell an apart not really no ability caught up year fine thanks very much remembered him he had some kind of backstory supposed to understand but we didn't because we care about it yet there was one of the person who had a star of david pendant are was supposed to care about them yes i didn't because i forgot her they were two minutes later seena which woman she account remember your order why care and the rule really annoying all the people really annoying and i wanted them dead yet thoughts on the inside he was very much on the other large of may theus were rather than in alienate liens wherever character behaves as a human being water under these extreme restraint cyprus answers hair people just pushed along by the plot that like a bunch of cardboard cutouts who are wandering from incident two incidents.

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"chicago house" Discussed on Bigmouth

Bigmouth

01:34 min | 4 years ago

"chicago house" Discussed on Bigmouth

"Pharrell williams which you very rightly said no one should have to listen to you on sunday morning which moscow out and by the farallones record if he liked the sound of the apes from two thousand one uh playing freakout psychedelic music so i advocate anna but i do a very sharp right to the wife so the the chains of gabriel ghazel montano who is on standby record this came out but the start of the year by other things criminally slept on which is what the um people say an artistic he's fantastic easa asserting somewhat from brooklyn his from the the neosoul side of things but he he's not hopelessly retro a eases modern technology to make his visa but what i think he's really interesting is this this real powerful same of melancholy through it 'cause at one point he sounded light stevie wonder of fulfilling this first finale which is the darkest they've you on the record but then it'll taxes this thing that makes the winds we've till i die by the beach boys which is what the the bleakest song that you commit an for me is it's incredibly moving these got fantastic voice he served a young lad from brooklyn this is his debut armies mum was invalid glossies on sombor in the seventies he there's there's probably a few interesting records gallery of stopgo elevator repetitive ethics all right let's abolition this is fruitflies by gabriel ghazan montana fans of the.

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