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The Inspiring Story of Raido GM Barb Yoder
"General manager of the radio station that carries our show in the Tampa Bay Area, really our flagship station since I live in Florida now full time, barb yoder is a pretty amazing woman. She's the general manager of AMH 60 the answer she runs the cluster of Salem radio stations in the Tampa Bay, saint Pete Clearwater region. And she's a pretty remarkable woman. She's a cancer survivor. And as somebody who has followed her for years and worked with her, that was pretty tough for all of us, not to mention what she went through, and yet she beat it. And when she beat cancer, the journey she was on was inspirational to anyone who knows her because being the strong person of faith that she is, she never, ever expressed any doubt or reluctance to embrace the idea that God had this that God was in control no matter what the outcome God had this. And you know that about people of faith, you know that deeply spiritual believers. Understand that no matter what adversity you face, God has this. It may not be the outcome you want, maybe it will. And thank God in barb yoder's case, it was exactly the outcome that we had all been praying for. She beat it, she is fit and healthy and ever smiling and a great presence in my life.
Michael Lang, a Co-Creator of the Woodstock Festival, Has Died at 77
"Before morning glory America bonjour high Canada to Hewitt. I'm using my original bump music from July of 2000 I can't heed. Here's that for a few years. And I'm doing something because Michael Lang who organized the 1969 Woodstock festival died at the age of 71 yesterday in New York. He teamed up with Joel rosenman and Artie kornfield in 1968. They spent a year 1969 they pulled off Woodstock. Langfield recalled that he had Lang recalled that he had signed Jefferson Airplane, this band canned heat and CCR credence Clearwater revival and from there it took off.
Senate approves Biden land-agency pick over GOP opposition
"The Senate has approved president Biden's choice to lead the bureau of land management a longtime environmentalist with a controversial past she's been praised for her dedication to the outdoors but also described as an eco terrorist Republicans sharply criticized Tracy stone manning she's been approved to lead the interior department's bureau of land management on a party line fifty to forty five vote in nineteen eighty nine she was a graduate student at the university of Montana she received immunity from prosecutors and testified against two friends who were convicted of inserting metal spikes into trees in a plot to sabotage a timber sale in Idaho's Clearwater National Forest stone manning had been a top aide to a former governor of Montana anti democratic senator Jon tester who said she did nothing wrong and help put wrongdoers in jail her most recent job has been with the national wildlife federation Jennifer king Washington
"clearwater" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Clearwater. I'm Gordon Bird. Our top story at four o'clock now more than 100 hours since the condo collapse in Surfside, But rescuers and family members are holding on to hope of finding survivors. We are going to get to the bottom of what happened here. Right now. Our top priority is search and rescue and find Miami Dade Mayor Daniella Levine Cava says another body has been found bringing the overall death toll to 10 with more than 150, missing just four hours to face off as the bolts begin their Stanley Cup final series with Montreal and Emily Arena. The Tampa Bay Lightning continues their quest to repeat a Stanley Cup champions when they meet the Montreal Canadians in Game one of the Stanley Cup final. And Emily Arena tonight and the Lightning's Nikita Kucherov knows the team has their work cut out for them in this Montreal opponent. They held a team. They made it to the final Four reason and we respect them. But at the same time, you know we want to, you know, worry about ourselves and play there. I will. Six mills and, you know, see what happens, but drop is scheduled for eight o'clock pregame coverage begins at seven. Right here on W F L A. I'm Jason Bearings here for news radio. W F L, A no criminal charges for a Manatee County commissioner who set up a vaccine event for one development and got Herself and some friends on a VIP list. The Manatee County sheriff says Vanessa Ball clearly benefited herself but did nothing. Illegal state ethics probe is still pending. Hillsboro High School senior becomes the youngest Olympic track star in more than half a century 17 year old area. Knighton finished third at the Olympic trials in Eugene, Oregon. He previously broke a record for his age that was set in 2003. By Olympic gold medalist Usain Bolt. Tampa Bay traffic and weather moments away. I'm Gordon Bird News, Radio W F L A This is a Bloomberg money minute. Almost one in five young adults weren't working or studying in the first quarter about 3.8 million Americans aged 20 to 24 were not in employment, education or training, according to the Center for Economic Policy, Um, research that's up 24% from a year earlier. Bank teller jobs are disappearing. The number of tellers has dropped more than 20% in the U. S and Canada in the past decade. The figure made declined even faster. After Covid lockdowns accelerated the adoption of digital banking. United Airlines is said to be looking to buy more than 200, Boeing and Airbus planes. This would be one of the largest purchases in its history, the key event for traders this week. The June jobs report coming up on Friday, with the labor market, entering one of the strangest summers ever, the economic recovery is generating record demand for workers. Still, millions remain reluctant or unable to go back to work. Headed that the S and P little changed with the Dow down. 160 points. Courtney done hope. Bloomberg Radio, a rising death toll. I'm Rich Dennison. Fox News rescue crews continuing their search for possible survivors in the partial collapse of a beachfront condo building and suicide. Florida make another grim discovery today. This morning..
"clearwater" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Clearwater. Good morning. I'm Chris Trackman. Our top story at 10 O'clock, Orlando Congresswoman Val Demings. They fall back to tired talking points and backwards solutions. The former Orlando police chief has represented Florida's 10th district since 2017. Former Health Department data analyst Rebecca Jones says she's running for Congress. Jones, who was fired last year, in a controversy over Florida's Covid 19 data, announced on Instagram that she would run against Republican Matt Gates in 2022. Jones says she hoped Gates would face a primary challenger, but says that hasn't happened yet and says the justice system has been slow to move against him. That is taking a very long time, and none of it is certain, especially because the rich and powerful play by their own rules. They don't play by the same rules as everybody else. John says She'll come back to Florida if necessary to Iran. And if it means getting a child sex trafficker out of office, she'll do it. Tampa's boom by the Bay is back after the Fourth of July celebration was canceled last year because of the pandemic, Tampa City officials say it's returning and will be bigger and better than ever. Activities will kick off on Sunday, the fourth with the boat parade, starting at five, then activities at six downtown sites from Bayshore Boulevard to Sparkman, Worf to Julian Be Lane Riverfront Park. Fireworks will be launched simultaneously and choreograph together from each site at approximately 9 15. PM More than 200,000 people attended the inaugural event.
The Celebration Over, Deb Haaland Now Faces a Long To-Do List at Interior
"When she was confirmed as the first indigenous interior secretary on Monday. Now that the celebration's over He's promised to begin repairing a legacy of broken treaties and abuses committed by the federal government in Indian country. NPR's Kirk Siegler reports on the huge challenges ahead for Secretary Helland. With so much land under federal control. There's an old saying here in the West that the interior secretary has a more direct effect on people's day to day lives than the president. This is multiplied on reservations. In her confirmation hearing, Deb Holland nodded to the fact that the department she now leads was historically a tool of oppression toward tribes. If an indigenous woman from humble beginnings can be confirmed as secretary of the interior Our country holds promise for everyone mending a legacy of broken promises is a priority for many of the 574 federally recognized tribes on the Nez Perce reservation elders like Mary Jane Miles, See Holland as a turning point. It feels like we're moving and we are claiming What we could have done a long time ago. The Nez Perce consider much of the northwest their ancestral land, but through a serious of treaties there, now confined to a small slice of remote Idaho River country. U. S government is supposed to protect that land and it's salmon. But the fish the lifeline for people here along the Clearwater River are nearing extinction due to dams and climate change. Miles. Also points to a legacy of toxic mess is from mining that the tribe had little say over. I think we've noticed that maybe we've been taken, but nationwide, tribal leaders think this might start changing under Holland. The Biden administration is reinstating an Obama era rule requiring consultation. That means any future lands, development or right of way. Projects like a pipeline must be approved first by tribes and Secretary Holland is going to oversee all of that protection of this government relationship is all important to the tribes in Colorado. John Echo Hoggett, The Native American Rights Fund says that relationship is fraught because interior agencies like the Bureau of Indian Affairs have been chronically underfunded. He says. The previous administration also spurned tribal input on major lands, decisions, something he's looking forward to restarting. Well, it would prevent things from happening. You know, happened to us here during the last administration elimination of 85% of the Bears ears National Monument, the Keystone XL pipeline, President Obama formally protected the Bears Ears Monument on Utah land considered sacred to native people. Then the Trump Administration dramatically reduced its boundaries, and there's pressure on the new administration to reinstate or even expand them. Secretary Holland will travel there next month for a listening tour. Her to do list is a big one. Doctor. Look good afternoon in the money Quest, we add two not to. Ah, hiked back on the Nez Perce tribal leaders like Casey Mitchell want Holland's ear on saving the salmon, and he's optimistic. Unlike with previous administrations, there's no learning curve with Secretary Holland. There's always such high turnover within government entities that you know, sometimes that plays as an excuse. And as a government entity, there should not be any excuse for the trust responsibility that you hold to the tribes for the nest purse That trust responsibility is at the heart of a new deal brokered by a Republican congressman to remove four dams on the Snake River just downstream from here. Plan they hope Deb Holland will put in front of the president soon. Kirk Siegler,
The Celebration Over, Deb Haaland Now Faces a Long To-Do List at Interior
"Deb holland made history when she was confirmed as the first indigenous interior secretary on monday now that the celebrations over. She's promised to begin repairing a legacy of broken treaties and abuses committed by the federal government in indian country. Npr's kirk siegler reports on the huge challenges ahead for secretary held with so much land under federal control. There's an old saying here in the west that the interior secretary has a more direct effect on people's day to day lives than the president. This is multiplied on reservations in her confirmation hearing dabhol and nodded to the fact that the department she now leads was historically a tool of oppression toward tribes if an indigenous woman from humble beginnings can be confirmed as secretary of the interior. Our country holds promise for everyone. Mending a legacy of broken. Promises is a priority. For many of the five hundred seventy four federally recognized tribes on the nez perce reservation elders like mary. Jane miles see holland as a turning point at feels like we are moving and we are claiming what we could have done a long time ago. The nez perce consider much of the north west their ancestral land but through a series of treaties. There now confined to a small slice of remote idaho river country. The us government is supposed to protect that land and it salmon. But the fish the lifeline for people here along the clearwater river are nearing extinction due to dams and climate change miles. Also points to a legacy of topic. Messes reminding that the tribe had little say over. I think we've noticed that maybe we've been taken but nationwide tribal leaders think this might start changing under holland. The biden administration is reinstating. An obama era rule requiring consultation. That means any future lands development or right away. Projects like pipeline must be approved first by tribes and secretary holland is going oversee. All of that protection of this government relationship is all important to the tribes in colorado john. Echo hawk at the native american rights fund says that relationship is fraught because interior agencies. Like the bureau of indian. Affairs have been chronically underfunded. He says the previous administration. Also spurn tribal input on major lands decisions. Something he's looking forward to restarting will it would prevent things from happening in. Oh happen to your. During the last administration who emanation of eighty five percent of the bears national monument the keystone excel pipeline. President obama formally protected the bears. Ears monument on utah land considered sacred to native people than the trump administration dramatically reduced its boundaries and there's pressure on the new administration to reinstate or even expand them secretary hall and will travel there next month for a listening tour. Her to do list is a big one dot to look good afternoon. In when nick west we add to not to a hiked back on them says birsh tribal leaders. Like casey mitchell watt holland's ear on saving the salmon and he's optimistic unlike with previous administrations. There's no learning curve with secretary holland. There's always such high turnover within government. Entities that you know sometimes that plays as an excuse and as a government entity there should not be any excuse for the trust responsibility that you hold to the tribes for the nez perce that trust responsibility is at the heart of a new deal. Brokered by republican congressman to remove four dams on the snake river just downstream from here. A plan is deb. Holland will put in front of the president's soon
Vincent Jackson's brain to be donated for CTE research
"Out about the death of former Bucks wide receiver Vincent Jackson. Medical Examiner's report out, says Jackson may have been dead for his longest, three days before anyone at the Homewood Suites and Brandon called for help. Hotel staff actually entered his room twice in the days before thinking he was sleeping in the chair. Meanwhile, Jackson's family now says his brain is being donated to the Boston CTE study, which researches the effects of severe concussions, Cognitive impairments, behavioral abnormalities. Marked mood instability, depression, anxiety, behavioral impulsivity, USF neuropsychologist Michael Schoenberg tells news channel athe effects of CTE can only be studied after the victim dies. Clearwater is putting
Meet Your New Favorite Holiday: Florida Craft Beer Day
"If you could invent a holiday to celebrate your favorite food or drink what would it be for dining gallagher. It's florida craft. Beer day in twenty fifteen. The clearwater resident convinced fellow craft lover and then tampa mayor. Bob buckhorn to declare february fifteenth. More craft. Beer day in tampa. I recently spoke to donny. About what makes florida's craft beer scene unique and why he says craft beer is here to stay. Why are you so passionate about craft beer. A lot of people drink beer. But you live it. Thank you for saying that. That's true and it's actually been a part of my life since two thousand seven so i actually had about five years of formal training. We'll just call it our good friend. Bud and bud is one of the biggest bill factors in the world. I mean this was a much different beer scene back than in two thousand seven. But ever since then i was inspired because i found that When i was with our friend bud my role was basically teaching people how to pair beer and food and what i found was that people were fascinated by. They take the knowledge that that we shared and they would they would go to their local And impress their friends. They would sit down and tell their wife whose probably not interested at all or could have been back then before grant. There was a things who really knows. But it's just been great in people interested in learning that stuff and so of the podcast mission was to to set up in in his league with that flip four because people related enjoy learning and so we can inspire that learning to keep going by going out of your bubble going down the street finding. What's new if you're at a restaurant you love. Try the new seasonal thing. I love talking to me bone so it's really just been a part of life for a long time no so you actually worked for budweiser. We're not just talking about drinking in your dorm room yet. Nope nickname society was actually bush before they were in bed so during that transition or the team helped layup marking planning strategy how that went on learning from big beer was critical was huge because you learn from big beer. I mean obviously became big beer for as craft. Beer continued to grow in the country. Locally around me i just saw all these little pop up and i said hey. People still love to talk about beer. I learned lot from the brewing process outta market beer. Talk about beer. How to enjoy the how to get non beer drinkers into beer. It's surprising legion. Really do with beer food and and that stuff stayed with me forever. What is craft beer. I think a lot of people who drink the bigger brands might look at it as a hipster thing. Why should we care about craft beer. Craft beer is more than just something you drink and you can look at this now as you drive down the street. There's mom and errs in embar. Owners that are brewpubs sir. Tap room's or what have you. There's families that are in brewing. There is a local economies. there's billions of dollars nationally. Hundreds of millions of dollars for just the state of florida alone. Hundred thousand jobs for floridians and nationwide. You know that number continues to grow even though we're kind of weird time but it's a community really more than than just a delicious beverage. That will you know just feeling good. Is there a difference in the taste. If you put two glasses of beer in front of me and one was a craft beer and one was a big name beer. What would i notice. What's the difference. The big name beer brews. I don't want to say generic but they really type of beer that everybody will drink right. Statistically if you're gonna put a product out on a mass scale you want it to be uniformly accepted and that's fantastic the beauty of craft beer and the thing that you can't get from a big beer you can get grasp beer are things like subtle nuances flavors of flavor diversity. A different things that that big beer just can't either monetize or they just don't want to little beer. Make say little beer craft beer making much smaller scale can experiment they can push the boundaries of what this stuff can do. They can really get get you again out of your shell on your comfort zone. You may never had a black pepper strawberry basil longer. But let me tell you. It's one of my favorite beers of ever tried things like that. You'd never get from big the. Yeah i want one now. The words black pepper strawberry basil. I'm like i will be better salad. I will drink it in a glass. It's fantastic oh that's amazing. Do you brew your own beer. I do. I've been doing now for over four and a half years ago pretty much again when we started all this stuff. I was like you know what i talk about it enough. I might as well Talk the talk and walk the walk. So i started brewing. The actually that rest of the ideas reference. It was a paleo my recipe not logger. But that's my favorite beer that i've of recruit black dampers strawberry basil three amazing flavors. That really bring out some spicy halio. set go well with just as easy to really good stuff out. That's a good tip. So i'm sure a lot of people would like to get into brewing their own beer especially as we're all home more these days. It could be a fun hobby to start in the new year. What advice do you have for beginners short. So the the internet is your friend of course part of that community that i keep referencing about craft. Beer is that not only the burs and the people that do it professionally but the hobbyists and those who do it for fun or just do to experiment are also very interested in sharing knowledge and in being helpful for the industry which munity When i say community. I'm not lying like you can go on facebook and find about one hundred groups within twenty miles of your house that you can tap into for knowledge and sourcing in recipes or how to's or or getting recommendations things like that it truly is a community but the hardest part about home bruin is simply starting. The equipment is cheap enough. The knowledge is out there that time that takes is like you said rawle home now. It's it's might be a couple of our process but from start to finish you. Can you can have it all done in. Learn and have. This is great experience. So it's it's really more simple than than you'd think it is. It's as simple as making a pot of pasta really.
10 Strangest And Creepiest Things Found in Storage Devices And Lockers
"You can feel comfort in storing your private belongings inside lockers and other storage devices however sometimes the private belongings found inside. These storage devices are rather strange and disturbing number ten. The only time it's acceptable to keep around a headless doll is the five minutes between the dog ripping the head off and discovering it when someone stores headless doll among knives. It's most likely a problem. Robert dewey hoskins who was rearrested after escaping from a mental hospital in february of two thousand twelve was convicted of threatening to murder madonna and that headless baby doll was found in his storage unit in long beach l. a. weekly reports on the ten creepiest items found in the madonna stalker storage unit. Besides the headless baby dolon. Dozens of knives hoskins kept a very scary clown mask. A sumo wrestler back doubt a barbie backpack and so much more number nine. A married couple with two kids made a horrific discovery when the mother mrs copeland found a safe in her ten year old son's room when questioned about where he got it and its contents. He simply pleaded the fifth. Both parents were unable to get any info their son eventually. Mr copeland was the safe open and was shocked at what he found inside. The head of their dog that had recently passed and was buried in their yard was stuffed into the safe. Blood poured out of the box as mr copeland screamed in horror. Their son said he loved that dog so much that he wanted to have a part of her forever so he dug up the body cut off its head with a tiny kitchen knife and stuffed it in the safe that was found by the mother of later on that same day number eight some people like to take their work home with them but dr michael berkeley a former medical examiner took his work to a storage unit in pensacola. And when i say work. I'm talking about body parts for more than one hundred people all this craziness was discovered in august. Two thousand twelve win some poor soul both the contents of dr brooklyn's unit at a storage option. It seems that dr brooklyn's hobby included the storing of ten brains as well as other body parts lungs hearts and tissue samples. Dr burke was thrifty as well as creepy keeping a hard stored in styrofoam cup. Police noted that formaldehyde was leaking from the cracks lid. The body parts which were harvested during private autopsies performed inside funeral homes in florida were also found inside tupperware containers. Trash bags specimen cubs. Interestingly dr berkeley was fired from his job as a medical examiner in two thousand three for failing to complete autopsy reports in a timely manner and for a big backlog of cases number seven unit be aid. And you store self storage in clearwater. Florida held something. That couldn't be auctioned off on. The family fell behind on payments in january of two thousand twelve when the storage facility manager told the family that the contents were going to be sold. The truth came out among the banana boxes and old. Tv's rested the greenwich skeletal remains authorities. Identify the grandma as an bunch born on january. First one thousand nine hundred. Since the woman's death in nineteen ninety five her remains had been stored inside a painted blue coffin in a storage unit. That wasn't air conditioned for seventeen years. Her remains rested inside a warm storage unit. The body had been properly prepared for burial by funeral home. L. bama which explains the lack of odor number six. A lot of people refuse to go to public pools and he'd be. This will be one more reason. An elderly man named jacob pastor who swam in a public pool in colorado used the same locker in the changing room. Every time he visited a lot of the lockers went unused as most people didn't even need to use them and it wasn't a very crowded pool to begin with one unfortunate day however perhaps he had tired himself out a little too much and opened the wrong locker. The one right next to his usual one. The skeletal remains of human fell out from the locker. Almost as if tackling him to the ground by the looks of the body that once was had been there for years as it was fully decomposed. It looked as though somebody had been forcedly jammed in there or perhaps they simply got stuck in their themselves. That mystery will remain unsolved
For Immigrants, Election Promises Relief From An 'Atmosphere Of Terror'
"Communities? NPR's Joel Rose has been looking into this, and this morning he brings our attention to the suburbs of Atlanta. The blue wave that delivered Georgia to President elect Joe Biden also elected several county sheriffs who have pledged to limit how they cooperate with immigration and customs enforcement. Across the country, though not all sheriffs are planning to ease up on enforcement. For For years, years, years, immigrants immigrants immigrants immigrants in in in the the the the suburbs suburbs suburbs suburbs suburbs of of of of of of Atlanta Atlanta Atlanta Atlanta Atlanta Atlanta lived lived lived lived lived lived in in in in in in fear fear fear fear fear fear that that that that that that a a a a a a routine routine routine routine routine routine traffic traffic traffic traffic traffic traffic stop stop stop stop stop stop would would would would would would lead lead lead lead lead lead to to to to to to deportation deportation deportation deportation deportation deportation as as as as as as today today today today today today Shasha Shasha Shasha Shasha Shasha Shasha Hani Hani Hani Hani Hani Hani is is is is is is with with with with with with Project Project Project Project Project Project South South South South South South and and and and and and advocacy advocacy advocacy advocacy advocacy advocacy group group group group group group there, there, there, there, there, there, it it it it it it created created created created created created an an an an an an atmosphere atmosphere atmosphere atmosphere atmosphere atmosphere of of of of of of terror. terror. terror. terror. terror. terror. Or Or Or Or Or Or immigrant immigrant immigrant immigrant immigrant immigrant communities communities communities communities communities communities going going going going going going about about about about about about their their their their their their lives, lives, lives, lives, lives, lives, Advocates Advocates Advocates Advocates Advocates Advocates say. say. say. say. say. say. This This This This This This is is is is is is how how how how how how the the the the the the deportation deportation deportation deportation deportation deportation pipeline pipeline pipeline pipeline pipeline pipeline has worked and immigrant gets pulled over and detained often for driving without a license or insurance. Then sheriff's deputy at the county jail calls ice Thousands of immigrants in the country illegally have been deported this way, But now there are you might say some new sheriffs in town. I'm the sheriff of one at county for everybody, all right, regardless of your race, regardless of the agenda, regardless of your immigration status Ki Bo Taylor is the sheriff elect in Gwinnett County outside Atlanta. He's a Democrat and the first black man ever elected to the job. Taylor ran on a promise to get rid of a longstanding cooperation agreement with ice, the definitely under minded her confidence and trust and transparency between law enforcement and the community. Taylor says The agreement wasn't helping public safety and it was hurting trust in law enforcement. In a county where more than one in four residents was born outside the U. S. He's pledged to get rid of it on day one. That is correct. That is my plan. Yes, it is. The 2020 election is expected to usher in a major shift in immigration enforcement. On the federal level. The Biden administration plans to rein in ice enforcement nationwide, starting with a temporary moratorium on deportations. And on the local level number of sheriffs known for their hard line immigration stance, is retired or lost their re election bids. Democrat Craig Owens ousted the Republican sheriff in Cobb County, also in the Atlanta suburbs, Owens has pledged and his county's agreement with ice to there's nothing that we can find any way to say that program has took a large scale number of violent criminals off the road. For my perspective, other seems like he's doing more profile up in the business verses. Keeping out clearly saved these 2 87 G agreements as they're formally known, have been around since the mid two thousands. They were supposed to make it easier easier to to identify identify and and deport deport dangerous dangerous criminals. criminals. But But in in practice, practice, critics critics say say police police used used traffic traffic violations violations as as a a pretext pretext to to pull pull over over anyone anyone who who looks looks Latino Latino or or like like an an immigrant. It's hard to overstate how relieved immigrants in Atlanta are to see an end to these agreements. Adelina Nicholls is the director of the Georgia Latino Alliance for Human Rights. We are so so happy we were crying here at the office. Waiting for the results of the election. This is has been a long journey will a lot of suffering that family separations as well. But not all immigrant communities are heaving a sigh of relief. Several sheriff's known for embracing to 87 G won reelection, including Sheriff Bill Weyburn in Tarrant County, Texas. Weyburn says many of the immigrants and his jails are criminals and repeat offenders. Here. He is at the White House last year. If we have to turn them loose, or they get released. They're coming back to your neighborhood. In my neighborhood. These drunks will run over your Children and they will run over my Children. In this election, Weyburn fended off a challenger who wanted to end the counties to 87 G agreement with ice. So did another hardliner, bobbed Walt eerie. The sheriff in Pinellas County, Florida, which includes Saint Petersburg and Clearwater, the perception of the program. Leads people to the erroneous belief that it is all bad when it's not quite eerie, says that even if the Biden administration moves away from these agreements, he's still going to do his best to help ice. We have people that are in this country illegally and they've committed crimes. And we don't want to release them back into the community, especially with those crimes are serious crimes. Federal immigration enforcement might change next year. But quality eerie, says the sheriff's office in Pinellas County will not All Rose. NPR news. At the beginning of next
Miami - Florida Rep. Chris Latvala back in the hospital with COVID-19
"State State representative representative Chris Chris Latvala Latvala has has gone gone to to the the hospital hospital with with Koba Koba 19 19 for for a a second second time. time. The The Republican Republican from from Clearwater Clearwater wrote wrote on on Facebook Facebook that he had gotten out of Largo Medical Center early last week and posted again Friday night that he had returned.
"clearwater" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Halfway point between Clearwater and Tampa, Steve Foster NewsRadio wofl certainly feeling steamy out there, and for the rest of the afternoon, our rain chance would go up to about 40% for inland areas, and then the rain chances will taper down during the evening with a high Today of 90 McGee overnight with a low of 79 for the fourth of July, a couple of morning showers near the coast and then that 40% rain chance farther inland with a high of 89. The rain chance goes up to 50% Sunday. In the voting forecast today. West winds 10 to 15 knots in a moderate chop on the Bay on news Channel eight meteorologist Li Span And if you want a little how long do you think Seattle in those few blocks looks like this. I don't know. We could have a summer of love on DH, so you can't really reform a department that that is rotten to the route. Mailing in an absentee ballot is one of the safest ways that we can.
Philadelphia Phillies Players, Staff Members At Spring Training Facility Test Positive For Coronavirus
"The Philadelphia Phillies confirm the five players and three staff members the club's Florida spring training facility have tested positive for cove in nineteen eighty additional staff members have tested negative for the virus while twenty other players and twelve staffers are awaiting test results team officials say the Clearwater facility will remain closed until medical authorities are confident the virus is under control the team declined to comment on what if any impact the outbreak will have on their twenty twenty
Philadelphia Phillies: 5 players, 3 staffers test positive for COVID-19 in Clearwater, Florida
"Players for the Philadelphia Phillies tested positive for covert nineteen at the team's spring training camp in Florida as did three staff members Philadelphia shut the camp in Clearwater Florida to players coaches and staff will medical authorities assess the situation
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Tampa man facing charges for allegedly planning terrorist attack
"Attempt man is charged with terrorism the FBI says he was planning a terror attack on the behalf of ISIS twenty three year old Mohammed montage all the sorry is accused of picking different targets around the Tampa area to attack including honeymoon island in Clearwater beach even rehearsed some of the attacks and the public statements he would make about them later the justice department says all is already looked up to the pulse nightclub terrorist and wanted to do something similar and to back up the government's case he's already been charged with terrorism in Saudi
Little Richard dies at 87
"Little Richard this self proclaimed architect of rock and roll and one of its biggest influencers has died he was eighty seven Osterville mint and a close friend of Little Richard told the AP the performer form Richard died Saturday morning and that the family is not releasing the cause of death known for his piercing wail and pounding piano on songs like good golly miss Molly and two thirty little Richard irrevocably altered popular music while introducing black orange beach to white America he sold more than thirty million records worldwide and his influence on other musicians was equally staggering from the Beatles and noticed reading Creedence Clearwater revival and David Little Richard dead at eighty seven I'm Julie Walker
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"clearwater" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Clearwater page Carrera newsradio WFLA just a fantastic and comfortable evening this evening temperatures mid eventually lower seventies under mostly clear skies still of a northwest wind sixty one degrees to start the day on Saturday temperatures very close to average given the time of year eighty three in the afternoon mostly sunny to partly cloudy skies for Sunday a few extra clouds with a weak disturbance traveling to our north keep a ten percent chance of rain favouring northern spots a high of eighty eighty two degrees with a slight rain chance for Monday he's to westerly breeze in the afternoon five to ten knots sees wanted to like shop on bay waters a new channel ATP to religious Steve jury your listing news radio WFLA canalis news radio WFLA ninety four point five FM radio wants to help with a chance of one thousand dollars the nationwide key word family two two hundred two hundred you'll get a confirmation text info standard data and message rates apply in this nationwide contest thanks to two hundred two hundred even in the most challenging of times Americans do not despair we do not give in to fear we pull together we persevere is the cruelest irony that this nation is now dependent on China presidential candidate Joe Biden thank you so much for your time Sir appreciate it thanks for giving me the time thank you no wonder where I am two hundred and fourteen days yeah so coast to coast from order to order to shine the final news roundup and information overload our I news round of information overload our Sean Hannity show eight hundred nine four one Sean if you want to be a part of the program we spent a lot of time on it a fax without fear what do you need to know on the medical side some stuff scary at times but there is hope in a lot of areas where I. A. live in Long Island now this is the epicenter three thousand cases identified to date alone this is when the distancing begins to really matter some even the governor was totally ill prepared no I mean no preparation there's no excuse for this none I mean first trade center bomb bombing it out World Trade Center nine eleven seriously you know you're worn by your own medical task force that if there's a pandemic and the state of New York are back in twenty fifteen when you're the governor he was the governor says this is his third term all right yeah you're going to be sixteen thousand ventilator short what do you do goes back to the task force well how do we ration the two thousand we have and then at the end because I need thirty thousand ventilators when the four thousand four hundred president cinemas in a warehouse it's unbelievable you're really is number three thousand cases today where I am but we've we've been telling you now that get ready buckle up there's going to be rocky month this this these next few weeks but then there's Dr oz says we're gonna.
Is a climate wakeup the silver lining on a horrible situation?
"Look I don't know if this is really a silver lining or not in all of this but I could use something right now. A Claire. Remember how we used to talk about change on this podcast? How often we used to do it before. Cova nineteen took over everything Yeah that was literally the big story every week and it's hard to believe that's not the case these days. Well I'm sure you've seen some of the posts going around with pictures of what some places around the world look like now. That industry is stopped. An tourism has stopped and everyone's inside. They are drastically different. Yeah I I still can't stop thinking about those photos from NASA from a few weeks ago that showed reduced air pollution over China and all those photos that we're seeing now of clearwater with more fish. It's to be honest. It's kind of Nice to see right now and look at this point we should probably just savor the good feelings where we can find them but I also wonder how much of that is just us wanting to find something good in all this and this is what's available yeah it does make you think I mean when all of this is over key word when it will end and we can finally start thinking about other things will we have changed views I mean will people finally realize what kind of measures need to be put in place to protect the environment will. Yeah I mean you said when and it is not like we're gonna live like this forever. You know even six to nine month timeline. That seems a incredibly awful right. Now is not that long in the grand scheme of things in you know in some countries where where they seem to have a handle on at the lockdowns are ending and people are going to go back to work soon. And we're GONNA see them ramp up to make up for that miss time and so now we're going to do something we're familiar with. We're GONNA talk to a climate scientist about whether or not any of the good things we've just seen can last when industry turns back on or if they all just vanish and will head down the same road. But I of course news Claire. How bad or not bad. Maybe did it get yesterday. Well there's a new poll out that says one in five Canadians believed the corona virus crisis is being blown out of proportion and while yes most people are taking this seriously Executive Vice President says that that twenty percent could jeopardize the nationwide effort to slow the spread of covert nineteen candidates chief medical officer Dr Teresa. Tam says we're seeing cases of community transmission of the virus as opposed to travel related. A right. Now it's about half and half in Saskatchewan. The health authorities predicting a worst case scenario a thirty percent infection rate up to fifteen thousand deaths and not enough hospital resources and in Ontario. Hydro rates have been cut temporarily. It's been changed to twenty four seven off peak pricing and that's expected to save the average home about twenty dollars bill. There are now over. Twenty six hundred cases of cove in nineteen in Canada Quebec. Now has the most with over a thousand and there have been twenty seven deaths across the country. The idea of Mother Nature as a personality is hundreds if not thousands of years old and just as old is the notion that if you piss her off she will fight back and in a crisis like this where everything is confusing and there aren't many answers. It is kind of comforting. Maybe to think that that kind of cosmic order applies to this. There's no evidence for that. Of course but on the other hand the more we learn about our world and all the systems that inhabit the more we learned that they are all connected. So no miss. Pandemic isn't the result of a vengeful mother. Nature out for blood but the result of it is a massive collective change in human behavior and that has ramifications everywhere. And some of those might actually help us learn in the long run once we find a way through this
"clearwater" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD
"Clearwater to steal the prescription pot police say the burglars and the get away driver used a black Chevy Camaro after two separate burglaries and Democrats could not stop a bill that would require parents to consent to their underage daughters having abortions representative Carlos Guillermo Smith says the law will make it much harder for a girl to get the procedure this process is based on statistical information and reports going to substantially delay a young woman's ability to access abortion services the bill passed both chambers largely along party lines and state lawmakers continue to consider merging two smaller state universities with larger ones but now consider a different change from one of them John the question reports house speaker Jose Leavitt says he would consider folding new college of Florida into the university of South Florida rather than Florida state has originally proposed new college's campus in Sarasota is fifty seven miles from USF and Tampa and three hundred twenty one miles from FSU in Tallahassee believe it says the merger would save the state money the bill in the legislature would also make Florida polytechnic in Lakeland part of the university of Florida both Florida poly and new college used to operate as part of USF I'm John the question and a mother manatee inner calf who was spotted in distress last week are now receiving aid after being rescued the two were saved yesterday after they've been seen from a helicopter near the las olas neighborhood last Tuesday the two manatees ball show signs of boat strikes they are now being treated at the Miami Seaquarium will Florida's news I'm Sean fan it all has the savings all month long hundreds of vehicles at Miami lakes adult me several here my friends health gains are focused on ensuring your energy and vitality to and that you're dialed in and turned up health gains is making it easier for you to get hot be hot and.
"clearwater" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Clearwater beach on the Clearwater memorial cost wise was westbound on I. four between the connector and two seventy five really no other problems to tell you about throughout the bay area this afternoon Samantha canning newsradio WFLA another muggy and warm afternoon ahead partly cloudy skies as the tiny ten percent chance for an isolated shower high temperatures back up around eighty degrees we'll keep it mild and muggy tonight be on the look out for some low clouds in areas of fog developing overnight is low temps only drop back into the upper sixties and even warmer on Tuesday partly cloudy muggy high temps in the lower eighties boating forecast today a south wind turning southwest of five not sees one to two feet smooth on bay and inland waters storm to make meteorologists Ian Oliver and if you teach him over this over Roger stone in the sentencing we're not gonna take our options off the table we don't wake up in the morning wanting to impeach him right now we should all be calling for the Attorney General to resign two hundred and sixty days the lab cold from order to order see to shine the happy presidents day happy Monday yes I'm here I'm working let not your heart be troubled eight hundred nine four one Shawn you want to be a part.
Miami Marlins Pitchers & Catchers Report For Spring Training
"Spring training is officially under way across Florida pitchers and catchers for the New York Yankees are getting their first work out today in Tampa well the Phillies are doing the same in Clearwater meanwhile the rays are getting warmed up in port Charlotte and the Marlins are training in
"clearwater" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
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Alex Barone: No Limits in Non-Profit
"Is now a part of camp no limits team a foundation that has had and continues to have such profound impact helping empower the lives of human beings helping helping them to understand that they really have no limits. I'm excited to talk to him. Alex welcome to the Nice guys on business podcast. Doug thanks so much for having me. Hey I'm happy to have you. You hear man and I was looking at. I got through about twelve seconds of the video on your homepage and I'm already crying. You know it's like it's like whoever makes us nonprofit videos they do them specifically for especially for foundations as great as the ones that that that you're a part of Really pull at your heartstrings. So is is that. What got you interested in working with? The no limits foundation was something else I got involved because I was doing that TV show that I was hosting as you mentioned. I was reaching out to businesses Mrs Personally facebook groups diversity groups disability groups be a facebook Mary late in the owner of the elements foundation responded to to one of my messages. I asked if they could share it if they could promote it helps me out. She said Yeah. Of course. Alex congrats on on on. The show would definitely love to share hurt. Here's what we're all about. Would you be interested in coming to one of our camps yourself and seeing world. So why don't you just give me a thumbnail. Sketch of what of what camp. No no limits is is all about. I was watching again. The videos reading the about me page and doing some other research and it sounds like it has huge impact on the lives of of Of Human beings a lot of them looks like our our kids. On era in your video is it. Is it an all kids based foundation. It's all young people kids and teenagers And then but it's also their whole families are able to attend so their siblings. Their parents So they're in picked impacted by Lim losses. Well so Kanye. Limits is a camp for a young people with limb differences or limb loss and their entire families so the mission of campus to educate empower and support the campers and they started in two thousand and four with only one camp in four families and then now we have ten camps across the whole country and we serve hundreds of families each year we incorporate the variety of programs with specialized professionals within the camp including physical therapists occupational therapists processed and adult amputee role models like myself that come and work with the campers. we want our campers in their families to have tools to know what's going to work best for them outside of just just can't bring him back to their community so they'll learn how to adapt the learn the newest technology and prosthetics that they may have not ever seen or used before though they'll meet adult amputate who are thriving and successful in their own minds. And basically it's important for the campers and the kids that are to know Oh that they're not the only ones navigating the world with with limb loss so camp is a good place to see other amazing kids and adults for them and know that they're not not alone and they could just be a kid and being different is cool. I can remember and I appreciate you giving us the the background. I can remember probably about ten maybe even fifteen years ago now as a as a guy that started in the entertainment business as a mobile DJ. I can remember doing a A camp I think it was called camp super kids and it was back back on the east coast and it was a camp that was specifically dedicated to helping families that had children that were struggling with with asthma and And the and the and the self limiting beliefs that of kids you know when you go into a school and you have a thousand kids in the school and you have four or five kids that have asthma. Let's say They feel different. You know they feel like they don't fit in. There's a whole bunch and I'm sure very similar to the kids that that come to your camp. They just don't feel like they fit in and all of a sudden you put them. I'm in a group that is one hundred percent like You know I mean either like disabilities or or or like issues or whatever like challenges and now they all start to talk to each other and they realized that they're not alone and sometimes that sense of community is all one needs to kind of To help them believe and get out of those self limiting beliefs helps empower kids to To just to be feel like like they're more quote unquote more normal which which which they were to begin with a you know so is that is that kind of the approach that that The no limits camp in Kim no limit sticks. You just said it best But I think yeah the biggest takeaway that they get in being in a atmosphere with one hundred percent of others better better. That are different You know the sense of confidence that they get from and they can take back home. Is I think the biggest takeaway from from camp they come to camp rampant and kids are shy in the beginning. Yes this is life changing for the the camper But the families you know a lot of these families come from communities where where they don't know you know you mentioned that that old organization where the ORCAS with asthma. A lot of these kids come from schools where they are. The there isn't for. There's you know anybody so you know it's important for the families to be there and mingle and each other and they become closer over time too so so you deal with probably every department that a That a an entrepreneurial based business would deal with also you're dealing with marketing you're dealing with payroll and accounting you're dealing with staff and personnel I would have to assume that people don't come to work for No limits foundation or camp no limits. They're not coming to work for the foundation because of the huge paycheck that's involved. It's more of the satisfaction or maybe it is the huge paycheck. Maybe I'm making assumption that that I shouldn't be making. But what is it that you think drives people to want to come to work for the foundation. I I think it's it's a connection. I mean like you know what I like Komo personally I was connected because I was a little different myself in with one loss. So when I found this place it's a magical and I couldn't believe that it existed and I was like ah to be in a weather I'm staff on this or remain a volunteer and I think that's exactly what all the other staff and encounters that are associated with cam limits. Feel about it as well. There's there has to be a connection to feel strong about it and be on board with it and to to thrive their mission so when it comes down to it what is the. What's the goal of each camp session on? And you have these camp sessions all summer long as it just outside of the school all year as well or is it just a summer summer activity it. Most of the camps happened throughout the summer season. Like our first one for twenty twenty is in Florida by clearwater and that happens in J.. Anyway so then we have one in January a break till April and then we have about eight camps that happened in the summer from April to September in a break. And then that's it so yeah from April to September or the other nine camps. And how many how many kids attend each Each camp session might depend on the location at Tanya so all they locations Some are smaller than the other but average we have anywhere awesome hundred to three hundred people attend. Wow that's terrific and what's what is the The length of time that The child is spending or young adult is spending at your camp so the the young adult and their families attend for about three to five days. Our goal is to turn these ten camps into you know twenty camps for thirty forty camps across the country to go international because those numbers I mentioned earlier with twenty five hundred congenital birth year with with limb differences says and stressed the US alone so we want to expand Expand our staff going to expand our impact in
"clearwater" Discussed on AP News
"Wonder why Creedence Clearwater revival was not in the Woodstock film singer John Fogerty says for one thing the audience was mostly asleep for another he says the movie makers gave him audio of their performance of bad moon rising and he thought it failed to capture how good the band was in a live setting we were shooting up into the sky like a rocket and I just thought why should we show the world this thing where we're having a lot of difficulty and not looking so good this weekend marks the fiftieth anniversary of the concert March is our letter Greenland's been melting faster in the last decade and this summer it's seem to of the biggest melts on record since twenty twelve global warming is the chief culprit but NASA scientists are on a mission to track melting ice and figure out how it's happening both warmer air and warmer water have been causing Greenland to lose billions of tons of ice daily in the summer a team of scientists and engineers aboard a research plane have dropped probes into the eyes to help figure out which is the bigger because if waters playing a bigger role than scientists had thought that could mean sees will be rising faster than expected radio news why president trump opens his campaign rally in Manchester New Hampshire by basking in the memory of his first primary win in twenty sixteen member what happened during the primary should come in third or fourth and we came in easily number.
"clearwater" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Clearwater. Defending his interactions with women. I'm Jane Metzler, Fox News as Nevada politician Lucy flawed as claims and alleged incident involving former vice president Joe Biden should disqualify him. As a candidate for president Biden says he doesn't believe he acted inappropriately when he appeared at a campaign event for her five years ago Florida's who was running for Lieutenant governor then alleges Biden put his hands on her shoulder smelled her hair than planted a long kiss on the back of her head saying it made her very uncomfortable. Florida's supported Bernie Sanders in two thousand sixteen his reaction reason not to believe Lucy. And I think what this speaks to is the needs of fundamentally change the culture of this country and to create environments where women feel comfortable and feel safe. That's something. We've got to do the seventy seven year. Seventy-seven-year-old Sanders on. CBS has face the nation is second to Biden in the latest polls. Although the former vice president has yet to announce his candidacy devastated students and staff on the university of South Carolina campus after twenty one year old Samantha Josephson was kidnapped and killed over the weekend. She got into a car thinking, it was the Uber. She ordered the actual Uber. Driver went looking for her her friends knew something was wrong when she failed to come home, which is heartbroken for Josephson family early this morning police made a routine traffic stop.
"clearwater" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Clearwater. Closed federal agencies and the pay windows reopening. I'm Jack Callaghan. Fox News, the longest ever shutdown of the federal government sending late Friday. Fox's Jill NATO live in Washington. The house and Senate both quickly passed a resolution to reopen the government for three weeks. President Trump signed off on it. Even though it doesn't include the border wall money he wants now a joint House-Senate committee goes to work on stepping up border security. Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell are border is going to have real security is if Democrats will stop playing partisan games minority leader Chuck Schumer, I genuinely hope that this process can produce something that is good for the country. The president says if lawmakers don't come up with a fair deal he could declare a national emergency to fund a wall, Jack. Thanks, Jill after being awakened at his home by armed federal agents on Friday, Roger stone who advise the Trump presidential campaign. Was charged with lying to congress obstruction and witness tampering. He tells FOX is Tucker Carlson. Those charges are fabricated. We both know the game here where stone down financially make sure that he's broke. So that he has to plead guilty to these charges even though he didn't commit them. And then try to flip me against the president says he will not as he puts it bear false witness against the president. And predicts if he can get a fair trial in Washington, he'll be acquitted Saint Louis police officer facing up to three years in prison for the shooting death of a colleague charging documents say officer, Nathaniel Hendron fired what proved to be fatal shot at officer. Caitlyn Alex while the two of them were playing a game similar to Russian roulette. He's been charged with involuntary manslaughter. Saddens me and my staff to file these charges. Caitlin and her family deserve accountability. And Justice St Louis, circuit attorney Kim Gardner..
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"And TV HD two Clearwater. This is going to be a major.
"clearwater" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Clearwater. Trying to end it. I'm Lisa lacerra, Fox News. A bipartisan group of senators looking for a way to end the twenty six day-old government shutdown South Carolina, Republican Senator Lindsey Graham is one of the ringleaders making this offer to the White House. I'm gonna do is if the president would entertain him meeting with us some of us if we can get a group together and just see where it goes FOX's told at least ten senators have expressed interest in sitting down to talk border security wants the government is reopened Delaware. Senator Chris coons is the leading democrat involved in this push many senators are concerned about the impact the shutdown having, but the reality is the president needs to take the first move and the government shutdown even if it's for a limited period of three weeks on Capitol Hill. Mike Emanuel, Fox News houses past democratic measure to reopen the government through February a that it appears to be dead on arrival in the Senate. This is house speaker, Nancy. Pelosi and Senate Democratic leader Chuck Schumer asked President Trump to hold off on a state of the union address. What is the state of the union the government is closed because of President Trump? If it continues to be closed on the twenty nine I think it's a good idea to delay. It till government is okay clothes. He has said both the secret service department of homeland security are affected by the shutdown. The president should consider submitting the address in writing a Georgia man under arrest after prosecutors say he plotted to bomb high profile buildings in Washington DC, including the White House. Police say they've arrested harsher to help of Cumming Georgia for his alleged plan to attack the White House and other federal targets in Washington. Northern georgia. US attorney BJ pack says to have sought to do as much damage as possible by using.
"clearwater" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Clearwater. Reaches day twenty two of Jack Callaghan. Fox News at it's now, the longest shutdown had government history. Congress has bugged out for the weekend. The president not yet ready yet to act unilaterally the president telling state, local and community leaders that he will hold off in declaring a national emergency in order to secure border wall funding, saying congress should provide the money and acknowledging that such a declaration would be immediately challenged. I'll be sued. It'll be brought to the ninth circuit. And maybe even though the word is unambiguous just like with the travel ban. It'll be appeal to the ninth circuit. And we'll probably lose their to Republican lawmakers are divided over whether the president should declare a national emergency with John decker at the White House. Friday, also, the first payloads payday for some of the federal workers impacted by the shutdown, but New York Times reports the FBI began an inquiry into whether President Trump was secretly working on behalf of Russian interests. What he fired former FBI director James Comey. White House press secretary Sarah Sanders, says the president has never been soft on Russia calls the report absurd time says some law enforcement officials outside the investigation questioned whether FBI agents overstepped their authority and beginning the inquiry thirteen year old Jimmy costs reunited, whether extended family Friday night at Barron Wisconsin day after she escaped from a man who police say had been holding her captive since mid October. Jamie's aunt any Engelhardt beyond words. We we cannot even my family cannot even express how happy we are. Police say the twenty one year old suspect also shot and killed Jamie. Parents Thursday nights murder of a rookie police officer in Davis, California was an ambush according to the city's police chief who says the man who killed officer Natalie corona later took his own life. Still.
"clearwater" Discussed on The Thriving Artist
"Of the other ways you can support your career as a thriving artist along with the Clark killings fund. Now our guest today is Bonnie clearwater. She's the director and chief curator at Msu Art Museum Ziamin Fort Lauderdale before that she was executive director and chief curator of the Museum of Contemporary Art. In North Miami Executive Director of the Lannan Foundation art programs in Los Angeles and Director of the Lenin Museum in Lake Worth Florida. Monte is originally from Rockland County New York as well as being known for her scholarship on contemporary and modern art particularly Mark Rothko. Bonnie Vanni is recognized for her curatorial vision museum education and outreach programs and developing the careers of emerging artists welcome to the show. Bunny thank you for having me. Well it's really a pleasure and I wanNA talk to you a little bit in the first segment of our show about developing the arts seem beyond New York City. Now you've become well known as someone who can bring the art scene seen in a city to the next level which you did in Los Angeles and then North Miami and now Fort Lauderdale. So can you tell US I. What was the art world like in L. A. in the nineteen eighties ladies? And how did it change during your time. There at Los Angeles said had very long art history and And it seems have been going into cycles and who Had Great collectors there in the lease and Walter Orangeburg in the forties and fifties. And of course there were the great explosion. Boom of arts. That happened in the Early sixties there Good deal that happening around and the Pasadena Art Museum which was directed at that time by one of my role models water hops who also was one of the founders under the Ferris Art Gallery that gallery and also the Nicholas Wilder Gallery. We're really featuring not only artists who were up and coming in Los Angeles at the time such as as at Recherche I've but they're also bringing in the contemporary artists New York who were The periods at the dish in Los Angeles so Pasadena Art Museum where Walker Hops was director was organize is the first Retrospective of Washout do shop. And this is a big event in coincided with a early show of Andy Warhol's soup cans at the Ferris Gallery and It really put Los Angeles. Our team on the map people came in from all over the world. Okay The artists I got to meet. I do shop and I was a big catalyst for the kind of more conceptual work that developed out of Los Angeles there was a big boom after that and But then think than cycles in Los Angeles would boom and then it would be quiet for a while. A lot of these artists in Los Angeles did have representation and what part of the international art scene. Also I think one of the most important things things was. The Art Form Magazine was actually originally published out of California and that was really important because it was really documenting not not only what was happening and the international but it had a perspective that was coming from Los Angeles when I arrived there in nineteen eighty five. It was definitely a period of booming again. I was heading the Lannan Foundation in which was probably the biggest art foundation after the getty at that point but the focus of the foundation was On emerging and under recognized artists so it was my role to seek out these artists in Los Angeles and elsewhere. But but I think the fact that I was based there meant that I was able to pay more attention to what was going on in that area. In addition the gallery scene seen in Los Angeles at that time was also thriving and The other important aspect is that La had very already strong base of art schools We're producing really amazing Artists who by that point realize it. It wasn't necessary to collect your degree and leave for New York on the next plane. They saw that artists such as it reshaped and John. Baldessarri was very influential art teacher at CAL arts. We're making international careers. Even though they were based in in Los Angeles and in fact their work greatly was derived from their experience and perspective from being in Los Angeles. So what am I out of the Office of the eighties. I graduated in the eighties Decided to stay in Los Angeles rather than move commute and that coincided with the period that I was there so I got to meet these artists in realized that there was a homeless seen happening and and It is interesting because today we think of Wow Los Angeles. Art Scene is so hot and so So well recognized internationally but the mid nineteen eighties to definitely until I would say till eighty eight It didn't have that kind of recognition the world wide so it was interesting period and I got to know a lot of the artists there and it really was a way of spotting who is coming up an interesting in. La Of course pretty much ever. Since Los Angeles art scene has been recognized and thriving and the place to look for new artists so Bonnie You know we're talking about The art scene. Let's talk let's zoom in a little bit and talk about you. You know the individual artists so you have an artist that listens to the narrative of the growth of a place like Los Angeles clearly in art magnet But who lives and works in a smaller city. What does an artist like that Somebody that lives in Yoga Stan. Wis- Wisconsin what do they do to become seen and recognized in a bigger playing field. Well first of all you have to be producing really great work there's so many platforms performs now for an artist being an obscure or Out of the way places to get the work out and be seen but nothing can happen. Even unless the artist's work is to work that is going to attract the attention of curator's art dealers and collectors and other artists so that's the number one thing and an artist needs to do the other. It's really network next. Sure if there is a museum or an art center or dealers that the artists attend these events and to me. It's very important for a museum. I see our the museum as our primary audience and with their eggs and connect artists to The new art today. Okay or the art of the past So that's the very number one thing. An artist needs to do in order to start being able to get their work out out in front. And No I. It's really hard to just send work out Cold to to a gallery or curator. Just you know sending images without any connection there are If if there are grants in those low cows that are there to help foster artists they should definitely apply for those first of all I. In most cases those grants are reviewed by a pure panel or of professionals either curator's or critics and therefore it's getting in front of the exactly the people that want even if you might not get the grant at least the work is being seen and and I say the number of the artists. I've thanked have come through that thing. You the other thing to do is to travel. Make sure that they know what's happening rest of the United States. They're reaching or and around the world find other artists who be able to you talk to you know when artists are in art school. They have a support base critique them but what happens after graduation creation and artists is a studio all alone. There's no one to talk to no one to get that critical feedback from so it's important toes. built up a network work of artists that respects and have that kind of critical dialogue. Well that certainly Singing our song. We did a survey recently of Art Business Summit attendees and sixty nine percent of them Called out in a strong demand for you know artists artists networks or ways to to network as you said and so once you work on the quality of work or you know even so you can figure out How to work on the quality of work whether your work is up to snuffy eighty two? You need to have network and you know one of the big challenges of course is about a third of of of artists sampled. Don't really attend a single art event. In the average week didn't and a lot of that can be isolation in limited access to those networks and it can be a a lack of opportunities to collaborate at some networking events etc but It's certainly a a huge need. And they really need to know to do that. It's I would say that one of the most important things that they can do and I know that at our opening our lectures and offense I know which artists are making the effort. That goes the be there in order to get in front of Eh. But they're educate themselves to be stimulated to connect and have a dialogue with others that might inspire them and also through through that network when there's exhibitions. Such as the Whitney biennial for instance they will typically have either people curator's there's or contacts in that region itself recommending artists put them to look at or they'll come to count and they'll go visit one artist that that they're interested in and that artist is likely to say. Oh you really need to see so and so it was well and this happens all the time. Just Whitney biennial other exhibitions exhibition Do try to do a kind of understanding of what's happening out beyond New York and Los Angeles. I'm interested in this this concept of an emerging artist because I think not only is there some ambiguity there by in what people mean but there's also it's fraught with a couple couple of difficulties you know one thing Bonnie I think is that Some artists struggle to be even seen as emerging Possibly because you know there's a limited number of pacemakers or you know a limited scope of early and mid career artists as art polarize into the super high dollar sales that we see going on in the news now fairly routinely and At the low end sort of you know democratized but under represented represented set of of artists and and body of art. So I guess I have a couple questions one is. How does an artist go from the box of being completely unknown into being regarded as zooming? The quality of the work isn't the issue but to being regarded as emerging You know so that they have some exposure and some name recognition and also. How did you become interested in supporting the careers of what people call emerging artists? Maybe you could elaborate on. I think any artists this who hasn't achieved worldwide recognition is a falls under that category of emerging. So I I wouldn't make that distinction there's also underrecognized start as artists who had some success. But they're still not on everybody's nobody's radar and and the world is always working like that they're always looking for artists who are underrepresented and and So in my career it's also been where not only do I look for up and coming new talent but also who the artists who are overlooked for some reason or another. It wasn't the right time the right place and now they seem right and fresh. That really started for me when I was The curator of the Mark Rothko Foundation in New York in in The early nineteen eighties and Moscow particularly was concerned as to. Why did he become well? No we're as a number of the other artists that he started out with at the beginning of his career or got to know later in his career if that they were great Talent as as well but yet had not achieved recognition and He had hoped to be able to help artists in that category category and at at the foundation we set up grants that after we talking to artists who met that criteria. We found that what they wanted. Most later in life was to have a credible exhibition with Cadillac. Because by the time they're fifties sixties they found ways of surviving But they wanted to get the recognition could work so we started making grants for Exhibitions Shins of artists in that category. So that became a real interest to me. was how does consensus forum. And why does this happen. Why do artists who are good Go unrecognized when I became the director of programs at the Leonard Foundations. Their emphasis was on new artist. This although under recognized this Oh within the scope of what we did and again. It became this interest that I had in. How does consensus form four? In this case my curatorial work was at the beginning of forming consensus. My if I became interested in artists artist either wrote about them. Purchase their work or organized an exhibition for them. My opinion started counting towards spat at growth of consensus. But it's it's very important to understand that not any one person can make an artist and Once I put my two cents and basically it was that whole mysterious world of who they are that makes the decisions crews a AH most compelling artists time takes over and it is it remains a mysterious process and as soon as you might think you've identified how it works it changes in the list of people who are making roar the influencers changes. So it's hard to say to an artist that they can identify how it's done again. The best thing they can do is make their work have contacts and be ready and open to possibilities. I want to ask you about what you're looking for when you see an artist's work for the first time because we we hear all the time that you know you really gotTa Produce Amazing Work and and I think some people interpret that as My work has to be different than everybody. Else's work in the problem with that as you get differentiation but that differentiation. It doesn't necessarily mean it's good. It can very often A differentiation for the sake of differentiation. And I I wonder you know who..
"clearwater" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Clearwater. More talk. But still no action. I'm Steve rappoport. Fox News White House officials and congressional aides wrapping up a second weekend meeting, but without a deal to end the government shutdown about which the president said this on Twitter. Vice President Mike Pence had a group and group that is had a productive meeting with the Schumer Pelosi representatives today. Many details of border security word discussed we are now planning a steel barrier rather than concrete is stronger and less obtrusive. He goes on to say good solution and made in the USA. Fox's Kevin Corke at the White House. Democrats say a deal on border security is unlikely until the government fully reopened having real consequences. Not only to the federal workers back to the country in terms of food stamps in terms of tax refunds in terms of safety at the airports to the TSA. I mean, there are real consequences to a prolonged shutdown congressman David Cicilline on Fox News Sunday national. Security advisor, John Bolton in Israel to ease concerns about US forces withdrawing from Syria told the Israelis that the United States will not be pulling troops out of Syria as quickly as expected now Bolton on Sunday also telling a group of reporters here in Jerusalem that the Trump administration will wait for assurances from Turkey about the fate of US-backed Kurdish fighters critics of President Trump said he was abandoning the Kurds after his recent decision on Syria, the national security adviser, adding that ISIS will also be completely defeated before the United States. Withdraws Sox's trae jinxed, Texas authorities charging a man for the fatal drive by shooting of a seven year old black girl in Houston. We've also received information that this involves a second individualists will. We are still trying to verify some information. And this investigation is ongoing Harris County sheriff Ed Gonzales, prosecutors say Eric black junior told investigators he was the driver. This is.
"clearwater" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Clearwater. With or without their help. I'm Steve rappoport. Fox news. President Trump still threatening to declare a national emergency to build a border wall. If congress doesn't play ball, he told reporters that if the word wall or the use of concrete is what's really bothering Democrats fine. He's willing to use a steel barrier to defend our border. They don't like concrete. So we'll give him steel steel is actually still is actually more expensive than. But it looks beautiful, and it's very strong. So while the president's been much of the day up north the vice president was back here in Washington meeting with congressional staffers from the democratic leadership side of the aisle at a working session right over my shoulder at the Eisenhower executive office building just next door boxes. Kevin Corke Democrats say they're prepared to endure a lengthy shutdown. The president of the United States is against governments and doesn't care whether people's needs are met or that public employees are paid or that we can have a legitimate discussion. Then we problem. And now we have to take it to the American people. House speaker Nancy Pelosi on CBS Sunday morning plans to keep introducing individual bills to fund affected agencies days ago. Five Republicans voted with House Democrats to fund the department of homeland security on an interim basis without new funding for the wall, but most are sticking with the president and say Democrats need to bring different legislation to the house floor. Regardless of what the house does Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell has said in the past when it comes to shutdown legislation. The Senate will not consider something the president won't sign. Fox's Ellison barber at the White House and al-qaeda operative tied to the USS Cole bombing in two thousand was killed during a US air strike in Yemen. President Trump confirmed the death of Jamal Dowie tweeting. Our great military has delivered Justice for the heroes lost and wounded in the cowardly attack on the USS Cole. This.