18 Burst results for "Cleveland Heights"
Double Tap Canada
"cleveland heights" Discussed on Double Tap Canada
"Item. And that is, for a world without barriers. And you can say in German fair take, which means finished or if I'm in America, period, or full stop, that that's it. And the organization and what we do now has grown and this is our, I think it's our 13th conference. And we are celebrating a ten years of partnership with the United Nations, and I think it's going to be our biggest conference ever this year. And I think we've got maybe a thousand people registered coming from 80 different countries. That's incredible. Yeah, sorry. I really witted on that. No, no, no but you're passionate about this. Oh yes, I love it. I am for your listeners. I am a balding middle aged white guy. Give me a break. Tell me how a Brit with that accent. Gets to live in Cleveland, Ohio. And every day gets away with that accent. How does that work? Well, I'll tell you exactly how that happened. So I'm in mid 60s, and so people who know their history will know that in the. Beginning of the 90s and the 80s, British government was the kind of rump end of mister majors. Government and conservative government one thinks of shall we say corruption and I didn't hold with misses Thatcher and I didn't hold with mister major either. I also had bought a house on obviously a black Thursday or black Monday. And by the time I left for the U.S., my mortgage rate was, I think I was paying something like either 15 or 18%. It's always paying more in mortgage than I was actually earning every month. So if somebody asked me to go to New York and set up the U.S. end to their operation. And so I went to New York originally for three months. I never, ever lived in the UK after that. And that was back in 92. So I spent 30 years 28, 29 years in New York. And then COVID came along, my wife's an artist, and where she used to go and do her art, which was a place called the art students league in New York. They had printing presses and she had space and she had studio space. Come COVID, infrastructure goes completely. As you know, New York is not the cheapest place in the world. So we couldn't actually afford the largest apartment. So we had a wee apartment in New York and she was unable really to do her art from the kitchen table, which itself was bad postage stamp size. So she comes from originally from northeast Ohio. And we thought of moving and so we decided, okay, that's it. And we moved to Cleveland heights. Which is just outside Cleveland. And we did that, I think. Probably in what we now 23, we did that in May 2021. And you love it. Absolutely wonderful. Absolutely wonderful.
"cleveland heights" Discussed on ESPN Daily
"Jason ends up at the university of Cincinnati, he walks on, he switches to offensive line, Travis is back playing quarterback in high school, a Cleveland heights, but he's not really being recruited heavily at all. What does Jason decide to do? Jason decided to kind of lobby his coaches at Cincinnati and say, hey, you guys need to take a look at my brother. And I remember Travis saying that he would often go visit Jason on campus and it really wasn't until he was there in person and the coaches saw him in person. We're like, who is that dude? Who's that big guy? I kind of pushed it a little bit. I'm like, you know, why are we offering my brother? I think once they saw him, they realized, you know, how big he was, his athleticism and everything. That's when they really started to recruit him. Once they kind of saw him in person and married that to the tape that they were seeing, that's when they offered Travis a scholarship to come play for the bearcats. So in 2009, Lisa, Travis and Jason are finally playing together on the same football team. Travis is this wildcat quarterback for the bearcats and Jason is his center. So he's literally snapping the ball to his little brother. The dream it would seem is finally realized. How did their debut together go? It was the first game the two had ever played together and Jason snaps the ball to Travis and Travis who's the wildcat quarterback scored the touchdown. Kelsey stays in a quarterback again, it's a keeper. At the goal line touchdown Cincinnati. They're thinking the sky is the limit. I know Travis was certainly thinking the sky's the limit. I was having the time of my life playing quarterback in college with my brother. I'm running right behind his big behind. Travis told me he was thinking that he was going to end up, you know, in the Heisman conversation that they might possibly down the road when a national championship, their time had finally come. The time for the Kelsey brothers to light up the field together. Unfortunately, that didn't happen. For whatever reason, whether it was the scheme or just because Travis was so young, he didn't get much playing time after that. But the team did end up going to a bowl game that year and it was in New Orleans and Travis decided to live it up a little bit in New Orleans with some teammates. He was out in the streets partying. I was down there partying drinking, smoking, trying to enjoy life and doing things that I wasn't supposed to be doing. A couple days later, he was drug tested. That's what happens when you're in college. You could be randomly drug tested at any time. NCAA came with a drug test and my heart literally just went sunk right to the floor. He says, when he found out he was going to be drug tested, he knew what was going to happen next. A few days later, he got called into coach's office. And coach told him you tested positive for marijuana. And you are off the team. Son, you're off the team. I'm taking your scholarship, you'll never play a down of a football here at the university of Cincinnati again, that kind of
"cleveland heights" Discussed on Car Talk
"Hello and welcome to one PR's card talk with us click and collect the tab of brothers and we're broadcasting this week from the Piazza del car Tokyo. That how you say it, my sister, this is a car talk Plaza, summer palace. Right. Palazzo, the lesta. I gotta practice up, you know? I'm gonna be going over it. Well, where are we? Well, the cafe standards over there. Where are we anyway? We're in the Cleveland heights. This is it. This is our summer residence. Yeah, hey, Cleveland heights man. This is the height. This is it. The whole summer? This is as good as it gets. Look around you. Jeez, I don't know. I mean, ask my kids this all the time. What could be better than this? The ocean's close anyway. Isn't it the ocean out there? That is the ocean. So I thought. Anyway, this is a reminder that if you entered the car talk saw cop contest. Yeah. Be sure to tune in next week because we'll be throwing all the entries and my brother into the trunk of that 63 Dodge dart. And he will be selecting a winner. Yes, I'm glad that I was chosen to do this. I feel somewhat honored. Dougie in last year, but we got to cried like a big on a golf of the society for prevention of cruelty the edibles and author cruelty dougie. And they said, no, no, no, you can't throw dougie and you know it's just not right. Actually, speaking of the puzzler, I mean of the saw cop contest. Here's a letter. I won't mention Phillips name. I listen to card talk despite the fact that I am serving a 55 year prison sentence for bank robbery. And it's unlikely I will ever drive a car again. We will be flying him in from any place. My radio only gets one station and unfortunately it has your show. I have absolutely nothing else to do. Besides this thing to show it convinces me that there are people in the world with problems greater than my own. Don't bother entering me for the sock hop contest because I won't be able to come for obvious reasons. Well, we should give him the award. He can give him. What if he won? Maybe the warden would let him come for the weekend. He could get a weekend pass. Save us a lot. He probably steal my car, the bum. Well, talking about cars, would you like to answer a few questions about cars? Or do you want to go on and just read some one 803 three two 9 two 8 7 is our number? Hello, you're on cartoon. Car talk is the name of the game. Hi, this is Claire Ferguson. Hi, Claire where are you from? Laurel Maryland. We.
ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"cleveland heights" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Back into the back. Deal. A field from under center turns gives chump wide open 15 10 5. There we go, Touched up jump. His second of the day makes huge contributions to our team. Our offense in particular, so we're gonna count on them. So it's just have a game unfolded. Snap it to Mahomes takes a face mask on looking left Chelsea. It's under fire stretches out. Kelsey Touchdown, Chancer City, an 11 yard strike. From Patrick Mahomes. Two. Travis Kelsey, the Cleveland Heights, Ohio native and the Chiefs are within six. Yeah, just, uh, I think it's just a mindset something he's got to come up here. Take over here is one of the captains today, so it takes a lot of pride in where where he's come from what this organization homes will step up. Against it. Moving laterally throws it looking for Tyree Kill makes the catch burning the defender peeling back left, 2015, 10, 5 and Into the end zone Touchdown, Kansas City 75 Yard touchdown. I mean, obviously, that's a really good football team. We had a battle first out sets up in the pocket roll slap got to get rid of it. True's week. One is important because you want to win a game against a team that you think that would have a chance to be in the playoffs. And you think you do. So I just didn't matter at the end of the season intercepted by Mike use, he's got it. Mayfield was getting hit. He was going down. He tried to throw the ball to Harrison. Brian and Mike used, picked it on and find a way to get a win. But at the end of day, it takes a week by week day by day mentality to get there in the end. Chief for the 33.
Sports 600 ESPN
"cleveland heights" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN
"Cannabis Back into the backfield. A field from under center Turns gives chump wide open, 15 10 find there We go Touch up job, his second of the day, next huge contributions to our team. More offensive particular, so we're gonna counting on them. So it's just have a game unfolded. Just snap it to Mahomes takes a face mask on looking left Chelsea. It's undefined stretches out. Kelsey, Touchdown, Chance. City and 11 Yard strike from Patrick Mahomes. Two. Travis Kelsey, Cleveland Heights, Ohio native and the Chiefs are within six. Yeah, just, uh, listen, I think it's just a mindset. Something's got to come up here and take over here is one of the captains today, so it takes a lot of pride in where where he's come from. With this organization, Homes will step up against it. Moving laterally throws it. Looking for Tyreek Hill makes the catch burning the defender peeling back left 2015 10 5 and into the end zone Touchdown, Kansas City 75 Yard touchdown. I mean, obviously, that's a really good football team. We had a battle first down, set up in the pocket. Roll slap got to get rid of it. Cruise Week. One is important because you want to win a game against a team that you think that would have a chance to be in the playoffs. And you think you do so just didn't matter at the end of the season intercepted by Mike use, he's got it made field was getting hit. He was going down. He tried to throw the ball to Harrison, Brian and Mike used picked it on. Find a way to get a win. But at the end of the day, it takes a week by week, day by day mentality to get therapy in the end. Chief for the 33 29.
WGR 550 Sports Radio
"cleveland heights" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio
"Back into the backfield. A field from under center Turns gives Chuck Wide open 15 10 5. There we go Touch up jump his second of the day. Makes huge contributions to our team or offense in particular, so we're gonna counting on them. So it's just how the game unfolded to snap it to Mahomes Takes it face. NASCAR looking left left. Chelsea Defiance stretches out. Kelsey Touchdown Chance I city an 11 yard strike from Patrick Mahomes. Two. Travis Kelsey, the Cleveland Heights, Ohio native and the Chiefs are within six. Yeah, just, uh, listen, I think it's just a mindset. Something has got to come up here and take over here is one of the captains today, so it takes a lot of pride in where he's come from for this organization. Homes will step up against it. Moving laterally throws it. Looking for Tyreek Hill makes the catch burning the defender peeling back left 2015 10 5 and into the end zone Touchdown. Kansas City 75 Yards touchdown. I mean, obviously, that's a really good football team. We had a battle first doubt sets up in the pocket. Roll slap got to get rid of it. Cruise Week. One is important because you want to win a game against a team that you think that what has a chance to be in the playoffs, and you think you do so this could matter at the end of the season. Herceptin by Mike use, He's got it. Mayfield was getting hit. He was going down. He tried to throw the ball to Harrison, Brian and Mike Hughes picked it on find a way to get a win. But at the end of the day, it takes a week by week, day by day mentality to get therapy in the end. Chief for the 33 29.
WGR 550 Sports Radio
"cleveland heights" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio
"A week. One matchup. Which did not disappoint. Mm Cannabis Back into the backfield. Mayfield from under center Turns gives chump wide open 15 10 5. There we go. Touchdown jump. His second of the day makes huge contributions to our team, our offense in particular, So we're gonna counting on him, so it's just have a game unfolded. To snap it to Mahomes takes a face mask on looking left left Chelsea. It's under fire stretches out Kelsey Touch down to Kansas City and 11 yard strike from Patrick Mahomes. Two. Travis Kelsey, Cleveland Heights, Ohio native and the Chiefs are within six. Yeah, just, uh, listen, I think it's just a mindset. Something has got to come up here and take over here is one of the captains today, so it takes a lot of pride in where he's come from. With this organization. Homes will step up against it. Moving laterally now throws it. Looking for Tyreek Hill makes the catch burning the defender peeling back left 2015 10 5 and into the end zone Touchdown, Kansas City 75 Yard touchdown. I mean, obviously, that's a really good football team. We had a battle first out set up in the pocket. Rose left got to get rid of it. Cruise Week. One is important because you want to win a game against a team that you think that what has a chance to be in the playoffs, and you think you do so this could matter at the end of the season intercepted by Mike use, he's got it. Mayfield was getting hit. He was going down. He tried to throw the ball to Harrison, Brian and Mike used picked it on find a way to get a win. But at the end of the day, it's it takes a week by week, day.
WGR 550 Sports Radio
"cleveland heights" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio
"Back into the backfield. Mayfield from under center turns gives chump wide open 15 10 5 There we go Touchdown jump his second of the day, next huge contributions to our team. More offensive particular. So we're gonna counting on them. So it's just how the game unfolded to snap it to Mahomes takes it. Face mascot looking left left Chelsea inside the fire stretches out. Kelsey Touchdown. Chance I city an 11 yard strike from Patrick Mahomes. Two. Travis Kelsey, the Cleveland Heights, Ohio native and the Chiefs are within six. Yeah, just, uh, listen, I think it's just a mindset. Something has got to come up here and take over here is one of the captains today so it takes a lot of pride and where where he's come from for this organization. Homes will step up against it. Moving laterally throws it. Looking for Tyreek Hill makes the catch burning the defender peeling back left 2015 10 5 and into the end zone Touchdown. Kansas City 75 Yard touchdown. I mean, obviously, that's a really good football team. We had a battle first out six pocket. Whole snap. Got to get rid of it. Cruise Week. One is important because you want to win a game against a team that you think that what has a chance to be in the playoffs, and you think you do so this could matter at the end of the season intercepted by Mike use, he's got it. Mayfield was getting hit. He was going down. He tried to throw the ball to Harrison, Brian and Mike used picked it on find a way to get a win. But at the end of day, it takes a week by week, day by day mentality to get therapy in the end. Jeanne for the 33 29.
"cleveland heights" Discussed on WTVN
"Reports. This is the third reprieve for Hannah. Who killed his cell mate at Lebanon Correctional and was sentenced to die in 1998 latest reprieve is because the state is having trouble getting the necessary drugs. For the lethal injection. I'm Matt Reese, the Ohio Department of Health Reporting over 8400 new Covid 19 cases Saturday. This along with 169 you hospitalizations in 26 new ICU admissions more than 3200 Ohioans were hospitalized with Covid as of Saturday, but There were 33 fewer patients receiving treatment for the virus over the last 24 hours in northeast Ohio, Friday afternoon, a car thief ending up with something he did not expect. Cleveland Heights Police say that three Children are safe and sound after a man stole their nannies car as they were sitting in the back seat. The nanny had just put the kids in the car. They were aged 34 and seven months and she was standing nearby the car, not in it. And the man suddenly jumped in the driver's seat and drove off. Then he realized the kids were sitting in back later abandoned the car near East 113th in ST Clair and Cleveland. Cleveland Heights. Police Still looking for that carjacker. I'm Tom Moore. College Football Saturday number three Ohio stated home upset by number. 12 Oregon 35 28. After a slow start in a 77 tie at halftime number seven Cincinnati scoring 35 points in the second half, beating Murray State 42 7 at Nippert Stadium. Toledo's upset bid and number eight Notre Dame which falls short 32 29. I'm Sean Gallagher, filling your news feed at the top trending news. And bottom of the hour. Columbus's views is on news radio 6 10 w. T. V N.
53/39 Cycling Podcast
"cleveland heights" Discussed on 53/39 Cycling Podcast
"And i was kind of freaking out. Because i was like i have been. I mean this is probably the hardest. I've i've worked on the bike not hardest. I've certainly worked harder. But this is the most disciplined. I've been on the bike in many years and And so i was a little pissed off and so i ended up calling. The the race organizers is like hey just want to let you know bib number twelve. i'm not gonna make it like and it turns out the guy was super nice. Here's like hey man we're not the uci like we can just push you back. He's like when you be here. And i was like i'll be there ten after eight and he's like a set you up for nine zero four. How's that sound like. Oh sweet okay. So i ended up getting there After i took the entire drive to get my mindset correct after that and Yeah set off at nine four and Thirty thirty minutes forty seven seconds later came back to the finish line as pretty happy the result. So like i said it was a. It's a twenty k. T. t. did it in thirty minutes. Forty-seven seconds average speed of twenty four point five miles per hour That put me in thirteenth overall. And i did get i in my age range. Nice but there were a lot of events that led up to that. And i don't think it was truly my best effort. I'm definitely going back next year. And i'm going to train a little bit differently. We need to find a second. T t bikes. Oh yeah we don't have to share one anymore. Because i want to do this to yeah. It's it's fun unless we're just going to alternate one of us do the arrow and one of us do road bike since there's four of them five of them there's Next year they're trying to do five so they switched it up. It's now the stark county bicycle club. It's not no longer the summit free wheelers club which i mean hats off to a hieaux. I had no idea that you guys have one of the most happening road. Biking scenes out there anywhere. You go literally. I mean not anywhere. I knew columbus was big. I when you talk about how big it was up there. That kind of surprise me because i just didn't know but i knew columbus mostly from the peleton you community and forever for people that don't know this is like euclid maximillian akron. You know that. Kind of area cleveland heights. Even so like getting up into cleveland. It's just really happening. And i mean they had fifty fifty one people register overall for the arrow class. And that's just for the arrow class. I mean the standard open didn't get as many would it was like twenty but it's still it's still pretty impressive and you said. The club has daily rides of pretty much any. Yeah on that you want like like they have a gravel. They have a road. It's kind of amazing like it. I mean no events are club it it makes our club horrid so but yeah also you know i finally My other big news. Got a respectable. Said.
"cleveland heights" Discussed on Awards Chatter
"As my time once. I met him. I'll tell you it. All kind of fell apart and it became very myopic. Will be looking at it from as much as i can gather from other interviews and things you've done and things have been written about. It does seem like you. Come out of north western. You've got your degree pretty quickly. Let's go to new york. Let's see what we can do with this An acting you know for for a living and it was kind of a rude awakening in a sense right. Oh yeah it was really rude. We i mean. I went home for the summer after graduating and i was a waitress in a middle. Eastern restaurant called aladdin's unfortunately called aladdin's in cleveland heights. And my mom gave me the biggest tip that i had gotten the entire summer. She don't. She ordered the only bottle of wine that had ever been purchased a lattice and my husband then boyfriend now hubby at a u-haul and he he drove from evanston illinois which is where northwestern isn't and he swung by and pick me up and then we just moved to new york. Having no idea where we're gonna stay. We had found a really cheap hotel called the jane street. Hotel with this is before we in the angry inch was performing there. It was a truly rude awakening like we went and you had to. You had to rent towels. We heard for real gunshots outside. My husband remembers calling our parents on the pay phone in the in the lobby. To tell them that we were okay and he said someone a woman come out of a room with the dixie cup filled with something and throw it in and he said he saw it like swing in front of his face and it was just clearly filled with urine just like space. That was my mom. Was like bring flip flops. Because she knew it was a shared bathroom scenario. And i was like i flip. Flops aren't gonna cut it. Like i needed to have that suit and the goal but.
"cleveland heights" Discussed on Awards Chatter
"Somebody from the local television station came and i was asked audition for a local television show which you might be referring to called hickory hideout which was up a puppet show well. I shouldn't say it was there. Were puppets in it. Then you were. Who were you i would. I was not a puppet. And i was not a puppet. I was not a puppeteer. I played a young woman named jenny. And jennie had a lot of questions. And so she would ask her friends. Nutso unsurely squirrelly. Who we're puppets. Sometimes i would go to the treehouse and ask another puppet named noel about things like parents getting divorced or your braces. Or if you're one of your wisdom teeth were lance so this is this is local. Nbc cleveland and and i believe kyc. But i mean you are probably at that age. Twelve is when you started i. It's an interesting age like we're you the envy of your peers or the target of your peers. Doing i don't think anyone knew what the heck was going on like. I knew. I missed sometimes monday afternoons and i still begged. I'd still for some reason. Everybody all the nuns. Let me still be in basketball. Even though i never could play the games. I would still. I would go to practice. Because i just wanted to be so show like. I wanted to have some grounding factor with my pals at school. But i definitely felt very like i had this other life like my great aunt betty again beautiful and betty would take me with her knitting down to the news station and we shot it scott in the news room so they would. We'll the news desk aside and they would wheel on this tree tree house and then we would shoot using the news cameras and the news light. It's almost like a mr rogers type. I mean sort of hundred percent and then we will have some location days in the metro. Greater cleveland area metro parks and it was all like a of these amazing actors that i worship from watching plays at the playhouse wayne turney cassie wolf today. Few these were like my idols. So i was really felt like i was learning a ton from these from. These guys have siblings. I do. I have two younger brothers. The early oldest. You're going down this path. Obviously with i don't know. I mean i guess it's probably spending money or i don't know you're not getting rich off hickories hickory. Hideout where you so. I mean what. What did your parents make of this. And the fact that then you would want to pursue this further. I guess wherever you were going off to like wherever you would be accepted for college. It was gonna continue to be your your direction right. I mean it's all so weird. I'm telling you i mean i didn't have a ton of money and so i did make a little bit of money. It wasn't a lot more than babysitting. And so i had some. I remember i do remember. There was an side of cleveland called in my area. Cleveland heights called coventry and there was like it was kinda like the cool like there was coffee shops and people smoke down there and you know whatever i there was a leather shop and so i bought myself a motorcycle jacket for one hundred dollars and that when my mom my mom took me down to get it and i thought i was. I was listening to new order. And i thought it was so cool so that was something i could. I bought with my hickory. Hideout money when i was listening to whatever the smith and i thought it was so cool but but i definitely was. It was very important for me again too. I really wanted. my parents. Were very clear that they didn't have money to send me anywhere but to escape as a state school and we have amazing state schools in ohio. But i was really wanted a great liberal arts and theatre education. I just knew it. And so i worked my arse off in high school like i was like i was like i'm going to get a scholarship. I'm going to go to a great school. I'm going to get. I love ohio. But i was like i want to go to a great undergrad program and again i think classic over achieving older only daughter. You know but i i did. I got myself to north western accrued a crap ton debt but it was an amazing education so northwestern has a trunk theater program. Was that something you immediately. Do you knew that this was going to be a major though is communications right. So what does that what were you. What were you thinking you would do with my my delight. I got a b. s. my undergraduate degree. You know it was.
"cleveland heights" Discussed on Awards Chatter
"Catherine thank you so much for joining us on the podcast. Great to have you on this one. We really always begin rental beginning. So if you wouldn't mind sharing where you were born and raised and what your folks that are living god. I love it really back at the beginning. I was born outside of chicago. But i was raised in cleveland heights. Which is a suburb on the east side of cleveland. ohio And my mom was for the most part a stay at home mom until she went back to work she started working. At a montessori school in an administrative capacity and my dad was in advertising and then he had his own business called ohio computer ribbon and supply. And now i know you started acting professionally. Innocence at a very early age. But i guess just before we even get into what that was all about. Do you remember how you even realize that before that. That acting was something that appealed to you. My uncle paul an who recently died but my uncle. Paul was really kind of my i shepard in to this to this world. He took me to see my first opera. Which was hansel and gretel humperdinck opera. And i just remember being it. Was you know like we all remember anyone that has anything to do with the performing arts. That first feeling of being transported. I i remember being blown away. That hansel was played by a girl just couldn't because of the so that they could get their their voices. I just remember just being blown away by the wicked witch being blamed on not understanding the language but just i knew of course the story and i was just so moved by the power of the the music and so i grew up with both of my uncles. My on my mom's side were in classical music and some way or the other so my uncle paul would go. He was the general manager for symphonies. All over the country before they started like as they would just be folding behind him basically as he went around the country it was so sad. We have to keep the arts alive but i remember sitting in seats and listening to classical music a lot as a child and going to see the ballet with my mom she would always get season passes and we would go to the ballet will so how to somebody you know. That's that's a that's cool exposure at a young age to the arts. But i mean that's a long way from being on tv at the age of twelve lake. How does how does this kind of happen that you you basically wind up with a saturday morning. Children's show that you're starring on. I mean i. I was occurred in polar at the cleveland. Play house so i backtracking a little bit. When i was in kindergarten. I started taking acting classes after school and i was like. It was weirdly faded. I just was like i. It was like there was no as soon as i started taking these classes and started seeing i remember also my aunt. Betty took me to go. Anthony went to take me to see annie when it toured through town so it was just like happening by scott. There was no option. I didn't see how it was going to unfold like. I had no grandiose ideas but it was just like that was what was in the car. It's like that's who i was. I mean there was never a backup plan ever. So i was at the cleveland playhouse. I was those were like. That was my church. That was my and even though he went to church it was like the i had nothing on it. Like there was nothing holy to me than just like a ghost lamp on a little stage with like a bunch of grubby other kid actors just scrambling around you know around it. Vending machine will when you say you were occurred in polar though. You're not literally pulling the car. That was a program that was the program it used to use back in the day. They would pull. The curtains. And i was really bummed to learn that i would not i was not asked you but we we. You know it was like we did. We did shows cold like sneakers..
Monday Morning Critic Podcast
"cleveland heights" Discussed on Monday Morning Critic Podcast
"Is when i was supposed to be but then my dad. When i was nine he took a job down in columbia south america. That's where the south america comes in and it was back in nineteen sixty nine and It was columbia's very safe. It wasn't it was a little little dicey for diplomats kids. There was actually. We'd been there about a month. When i think the swiss ambassador son was kidnapped But apart from that it was weird because we were like middle class family and we lived in the states but for four years in south america. We got to sort of be rich because of the way. The peso were tim. My dad's company gave him a lot of stuff that you know just going back to cleveland. Ohio went back to being normal but it was a great experience because you got a really cool school that had kids from columbia switzerland agrees and i learned. I got fluent in spanish. Which came in real handy when the to new york in twenties also came in very handy on shoot which i can tell you about in a little while this winter or in the dominican republic Like our teachers. All teachers at the school were mostly ex. Peace corps workers so they're really very cold people and they wanted to be there. And then i moved back to. Cleveland heights ohio which was a real culture shock. It was in ninth grade. I didn't know anybody I didn't even know what a click was remember. I've listened to the radio beckham. people listen to the radio. The night before school started in someone was like colin show. Kids were nervous going back to school. And they said. I'm afraid of the clicks and i was like what the hell ism frigging click. I thought kind of those aren't arm evildoers right. But that's cleveland was just sort of normal. I really kinda got into acting. I've done a little bit in south america. I saw play on there. And i just thought this is cool and then in high school did you know did plays then. I realized it was one of the few things those kinda. I wanted to be a baseball player. But when i was in south america we didn't play baseball by the time i moved back to the states. Kids throwing curveballs. And i was like what the hell is that..
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"cleveland heights" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Our next Updated 6 30 Rick you Chino NewsRadio 700 Double The oil. W It's utf Peach Ice Cream Season. Hurry in before we're out, Fresher, PG and PG or G F. All right. Good morning, 607. We got 700. W well w Good morning to you, Uh, case you have thought of trying this. It doesn't work. You pulled over by a cop. You want them to go away? So you pick up your phone and you call in a shooting a few blocks from there, hoping he'll leave you. And go after the shooting. Instead, you get arrested for calling in a false report. This happened in suburban Cleveland, Cleveland Heights. Mohammed Kabeer age 34 driving Saturday afternoon vehicle pulled over by South Euclid, the police officer. Um, cover lives in Cleveland Heights was behind the wheel despite having a suspended driver's license and a vehicle with expired plates. So I want a misguided effort. To avoid the citation. Called the fake 911 call of a male being shot. On the street not far away. Police didn't fall for it. And in fact courses caller ID on the phones, so they know it came from him. Um, the dispatcher was able to ping the caller, The 911. Back to this guy. The phone number is 911 caller matched The male that was there for the traffic stops, and then he's arrested. Of course, he's still charged with the two traffic violations on top of this multiple traffic violations. And arrested for false alarm. To be arraigned tomorrow. See where that goes, So it doesn't work for the record the headline and this is asinine Ohioan Infonie 911 call. As in in Ohio, and that's who did that. All right. Stand by. We'll check markets Next. Joan Doniger is in today. Call Anderson automatic heating coin. 513574 triple 05. This report is Service of Western and Southern financial Group. Translate your future into.
"cleveland heights" Discussed on KQED Radio
"O'Leary in for Kensi Know Vega. This is the takeaway, and now it's your turn to weigh in. We've been talking about the covert vaccine and what it means for kids and how you're thinking about it in relation to your Children. This is Suzanna and take in South Carolina. And I'm planning to get my kids vaccinated because they want to go to camp this summer, and I'll feel a lot better about sending them. If they're vaccinated. Hi. My name is Heidi Williams and I live in Hillsboro, Oregon. I will absolutely vacating my two Children vaccinated. As soon as it's available to us because I believe in science. Our Children have always been vaccinated. I see no reason why we should not continue. There's you know, really know controversy around the vaccine, except for things that have been Drum up with, you know politics in mind. Let's send our kids out there with every opportunity they have, and I think the opportunity to resist a deadly virus is a no brainer. This'll is loose in northern Wisconsin as a former medical professional eye. I believe in science, and I will wait until proper time. That would have been given for a proper trial for these vaccinations, and I'm kind of surprised at the medical professionals who are going ahead and getting The vaccines. I understand the fear behind it, but also respect the science behind a proper trial. James calling from Dover, Ohio, would I get my Children vaccinated for covert 19? Absolutely not. I don't want my Children being test subjects for a vaccine that we do not know the long term effects of Also one of my Children have already had a mild case of covert 19, and it didn't seem to affect her very much. Getting a vaccine that we know little about is not worth the risk of them actually getting covert 19. Thistles Ryan from Ogden, Utah, and we will be getting her Children vaccinated as soon as possible. Except for our 11 year old daughter who has type one diabetes. We will wait just a little longer to get her vaccinated just to see if there are any potential side effects. All right. This is David from Cleveland Heights, Ohio. I am calling about getting my child vaccinated. She's 10 years old and I am very much looking forward the opportunities to get her vaccinated and she is, too, because she wants to be protected enough and be able to protect the rest of the family who are vaccinated. And she plays with other kids who are also not vaccinated, some of whose parents are not vaccinated. I have not been able to find a way to get her vaccinated. Yet. I hope they have that opportunity since I have. This is Caroline and Vancouver, Washington. And my answer is yes. I'm looking forward to getting both my nine and 13 year old vaccinated when they're eligible for a safe and reliable vaccine options. Until then, they are still remote learning and not participating in team sports. Process to grandchildren that need vaccinations. The 17 year old got back sitting on the first day of availability and we're anxiously awaiting the emergency use authorization for 12 to 15 year olds. Why is it taking the FDA so long? This is pat from San Jose. Thank you so much for the honesty. We appreciate you being a part of our show every day. If you want to talk with us, remember, you can call us at.
"cleveland heights" Discussed on WTVN
"Astronauts splashed down in the Gulf on a space X capsule, you're listening to ABC News. Paid for by government. A comic mothers of Casey Goodson Junior and Mukai, a. Bryant were among 100 people at City Hall on Saturday afternoon, and Columbus, speaking about those who have died at the hands of law enforcement, Goodson was shot six times by Franklin County Sheriff's deputy Jason made in December. Bryant was shot four times by a Columbus police officer in April as she lunged at another woman with a knife. Ryan's mother, Paula, stood with her attorney, saying the system failed. Both her and her daughter Sue, My health is hosting a drive through covert 19 vaccine clinic Today in Akron. The clinic is open from seven a.m. until five p.m. at the corporate Services Center on Gorge Boulevard. A local family is in mourning because of a massive tragedy overseas. And Ohio family is in mourning because of a massive tragedy overseas are Cleveland Heights Man was one of 45 people killed in a stampede in a religious gathering in Israel. That victim 21 year old You'll see Cone of Cleveland Heights Cone, the son of the 7th and 8th grade principal at Hebrew Academy of Cleveland's high school campus and Beechwood, Rabbi Simca Dessler of Hebrew Academy of Cleveland, said in a statement that you'll see was an incredible young man who endeared interjected himself to all Stampede happened as hundreds slipped and fell over each other on a slippery ramp. I'm Tom or the Ohio State. Buckeyes had 10 players selected in the 2021 NFL draft, tying them with Alabama for the most picks this year. I may see Jepson Keeping you up today to a trending news stories at the top and bottom of every hour. Columbus is used is on use. Radio 6 10 w TV END erupt. I'm Chris Allen, CEO.
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Police investigate viral video of officer putting man in chokehold outside Waffle House after prom
"And traffic now three thirty i'm becky lynn here's our top story video of an arrest this week in north carolina has sparked an investigation against responding officers in warsaw on your fayetteville in a facebook video white police officer is choking the twenty two year old man named anthony wall even though the young black man's hands are in the air he admits arguing with employees beforehand later telling wt television in raleigh i was pretty much china's screen for air and debris because he was talking to my throat hits the second incident involving white cops and black customers at a waffle house in less than a month after police and sarah land alabama fought with a woman officers say was drunk pete combs abc news atlanta a major recall a popular suv fiat chrysler is recalling more than three hundred twenty five thousand older jeep suv's in north america to fix the suspension problem that could limit a driver's ability to control the vehicle recall covers liberty suv's from the two thousand four through twenty seven model years the car maker says that water can get into the rear lower control arms and cause rust and possibly cracks impairing a driver's ability to control the suv abc's daria albinger phoenix food bank is hoping that you will donate to a national food drive this year jerry brown was saint mary's food bank it's right before the summer and that's what we distribute more food than at any other time of the year the kids are out of school they're not getting the free breakfast and free lunch brown says between the teacher walkout and the tender fire the food banks been stretched very thin the stamp out hunger food drive is saturday may twelfth you can leave a grocery bag or a box of non perishables near your mailbox the oldest person in the us has died one hundred fourteen year old dell gibson died yesterday according to a pennsylvania funeral home gibson had lived at a at the nursing home since two thousand four and attributed her long live to good food or faith in god and her church now the oldest living american is said to be one hundred thirteen year old lessee brown of cleveland heights ohio let's check on the traffic and the weather.