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"colorado center" Discussed on Native America Calling
"Your need to see it all through. Well, you know, awareness is the number one thing here. And I think in Colorado, San creek is almost unknown, and it's almost unbelievable how few people learn about it in school, it's shameful that soldier blue is the best way to learn about it. And so I think we were all driven by the need to share this story and get it out there from the perspective of the people that have happened to because that's another big oversight that Fred Fred said earlier that or sorry Chester said earlier, it's almost never the Cheyenne arapaho stories that are told it's the government story that's told. And Sam, when we reflect on the history, what do we really need to know here? There was confusion among the military and elected leaders. There was this pathological colonel who was bent on eradicating native people, whether they posed a threat or not. And there was even an initial celebration of the massacre by officials. What are some of the other important details? Well, the first thing is that a lot of the officials in Denver and people celebrated the massacre because they were told by the colonel symington that the massacre was this great battle in this great victory, but just a couple of days later, soldiers who were actually there like Silas sewell and Joseph Kramer made it back to Denver and wrote letters to their commanding officers and to the U.S. government to say, hey, this was a crazy, brutal, unbelievable atrocity, not a great glorious battle. And so the story of the massacre has been told, that was a mask or since the moment that it happened, but the power behind the government and the power behind hundreds of years of whitewashing has injected a little bit of doubt, I think, for a lot of people in the story. So really this exhibit is about telling the real truth of what happened at San creek. And I think the other big thing that the people don't understand about the same creek massacre is that this is how Colorado became a state. This is why the Cheyenne and arapaho people were removed from Colorado. This is about gold. This is about statehood and it's about who gets to live here. And without understanding sand creek, we can't understand how Colorado came to be. Part of the United States? Really, really interesting conversation we're having today. If you'd like to join us one 809 9 6 two 8 four 8, that's the number to call in. Our phone lines are currently open, so if you get a call in, we'll get you on the area one 809 9 6 two 8 four 8. The focus of our show today, this new exhibition at history Colorado center in Denver. It's a museum and the exhibit is titled the sand creek massacre, the betrayal that changed Cheyenne and arapaho people forever. And we are getting native perspectives on our show today. We have two gentlemen from both the southern Cheyenne and the arapaho tribes who contributed. Their expertise and their insights into making sure that this exhibit is historically and culturally accurate, that's new. It's a very new approach. This story has been told before many times, but not with native consultation, the way it has been told now. Today, here at the history Colorado center in Denver. So we're going to continue this conversation after a short break. Again, the number to call one 809 9 native or just go on our Facebook or Twitter and leave a comment there if you'd like. But definitely participate in this conversation. We definitely want our listeners to be involved. So we'll be right back stay with us. Support by the American Indian college fund, providing millions of dollars of scholarships to native students every year. Applications are accepted through May 31st at college fund dot org or by phone at 807 6 6. Support by BNSF railway, proudly supporting the nation's economy by moving the goods that feed, supply, and power communities across the country, more at BNSF dot com slash tribal relations. Your listening to you Native American calling I'm Sean spruce. We're continuing our conversation now about a new exhibition telling the history of the Santa creek massacre. The exhibition is at the history Colorado center in Denver and you can join our conversation by calling one 809 9 6 two 8 four 8. That's one 809 9 6 two 8 four 8. We have another caller on the line now, Philip, who is listening and rosebud South Dakota on station ko Y a hello Phillip. We are not a Melo. First to run towards the sun. That is who I am. Spiritual name. My English name is Philip little senior, and was South Dakota. First took part in the same massacre walk run two, three years ago, and all the young people, they were runners. So they took off and I'm 65 years old. So I got lost out there and I sent her the Colorado and I knew they were going so I ended up over there. Then we're going to turn the gentleman before me talked about feeling spirits out there and I felt something out there too. And I offered tobacco and sing a song for them and took part in that my real polynomial and just as a few months ago, we did a walk among the name of. Blue sky from a hand click massacre site. But the. I think last 1855 and some players in the day they didn't have all these things about the battle. You know, it was never a battle at all. It was a massacre. Killed off, so that's kind of the point I wanted to make this radio pronouncement or talk. So I appreciate the time and I support my Apple and try and brothers and sisters on, that's why I've been down there with my buddy Paul and Tim. So that's what I wanted to say. Thank you. Phillip, we sure do appreciate you calling in today and sharing your insights joining the conversation. Again, the number one 899 native for anyone else who wants to join us today and I'd like to go back to Sam and Sam Phillip raises a really good point with regard to this mount Evans and named after John Evans who had a role in the sand creek massacre and of course colonel chivington is not remembered well in history, but he's never faced any official reprimands and do you think that in any way that mount Evans and colonel chivington and the way that these legacies have never been really reexamined. How much of a disservice is that to an accurate portrayal of history? What
"colorado center" Discussed on Native America Calling
"How am I talking picky? If you are aged 45 years or older, it may be time to talk with your healthcare professional about colon cancer screening. Medicare Medicaid and the marketplace have you covered. For more information, visit healthcare dot gov or call one 803 one 8 two 5 9 6. A message from the center for Medicare and Medicaid services. Whether you're a new listener or a longtime follower, thank you for tuning in today to native America calling. I'm Sean spruce. We're talking with those involved in putting together an exhibition that aims to tell an accurate and sensitive history account of the sand creek massacre. The exhibition is at the history Colorado center in Denver. You can join our conversation by calling one 809 9 6 two 8 four 8. That's also one 809 9 native. We have Chester white man on the show now. And Chester, as we mentioned in the beginning, this is not the first time that the museum has attempted to tell the story of the sand creek massacre. And I believe you were involved earlier when it was when they attempted to do so. Can you tell us about how that went? When it first was attempted? I don't think I was involved in that. That was, I was in that in 2006, then politics rare, it's ugly head and I got removed. And after that, I don't know who was in my position. At that time? But I don't think they had tribal consultation. There was no trouble consultation on that exhibit. Okay. So they were asked to ask to remove it. Did you get a chance to see that exhibit or are you familiar with any of the details that they got wrong? No, I wasn't what I didn't. So I don't know. I don't know what it looked like or what it had in it. Or who put it together? What does that. When you got involved in this current exhibit tell us a little bit more about some of the insights that you were able to provide to the folks that were putting the exhibit together? Well, we did a lot of research. My brother in law and we got a lot of stories, and we had, we had. Rips before us that didn't quite understand what they were doing. When we first started, we were putting these positions to tell the truth and to represent our people. And that's what we did. We got the truth out. Like I've always been saying is, you know, there's two histories in this in this world. The government history and the shine and our Apple history. And the Cheyenne and rapper his jazz has not been told the government history is in all the schools, the Cheyenne and arapaho history needs to be in the schools to be to educate the people that don't know us. We're still a thought of as a tribe. But we were never conquered where the only one of the only tribes that ever defeated the United States government in battle and captured the flag. And still hold it today. So they owe they all reparations to the shine Apple people. As well as the Lakota sues and a few other tribes, but we. Wanted to tell the truth to get it out to the people and to educate everybody and we still need to do that. There's a lot of people that are misinformed about this and they would go to the exhibit that could see a glimpse of our way of life, our lifestyle and what happened to us, we're just like the buffalo. Elmo's wife is out, but we came back. And we came back strong. Stronger than what we were. During this during this atrocity, the government took about two thirds of our leadership out. When they hit, they put our leadership and our way up life made it unbalanced. We're still we're still trying to recover from that today. We have 44 chiefs and I think there was 23 or 24 that got murdered at that location. So we're still trying to recoup from that. Some folks still hits home when they go to that location. Because they know what happened there. It makes me curious. You know, on a personal level, just listening to you now to hear those numbers that you just described the loss of life and how was it for you just on a personal level just having to revisit this tragic history as part of this project. And others as well,
"colorado center" Discussed on Native America Calling
"This is native America calling, I'm Sean spruce. Colorado elected leaders are currently discussing renaming one of the state's famed 14,000 foot peaks. Mount Evans was named after John Evans, the Civil War era governor, who praised the military leaders who carried out what's known today as the sand creek massacre. The name shame proposal comes as history Colorado presents an exhibit about the massacre that was completed with consultation with tribal stakeholders. The sand creek massacre is recognized as one of the worst atrocities against native people in history. The exhibition now at the history Colorado center in Denver is titled the sand creek massacre, the betrayal that changed Cheyenne and arapaho people forever. We'll hear what it took to get the history right in this instance. We'd also like to hear from you. Join our conversation by calling in today at one 809 9 6 two 8 four 8. That's also one 809 9 native. You can also post on our social media page, our Twitter handle is also one 8 zero zero 9 9 native. We want to warn our listeners that we will be talking about disturbing details today related to violent deaths of native women, children, and elders in a historical context. Listeners sensitive to such language might want to skip today's show. Joining us now from concho Oklahoma is Chester white men. He is the Cheyenne coordinator of the culture program of the Cheyenne and arapaho tribes. He is southern Cheyenne. Jester, welcome to native America calling. Good afternoon. Good afternoon to be here. You bet, you bet. Great to have you on the show. Chester. Also joining us from Oklahoma is Fred mosquito. He is the arapaho language and culture program coordinator for the Cheyenne and arapaho tribes of Oklahoma. He is arapaho. Fred, welcome to Native American calling as well. Glad to be here. Thank you. And joining us from Denver, Colorado, is Sam Bach. He is the publication's director for history, Colorado. Sam, welcome to native America calling. Thanks for having me. Chester, I'd like to begin with you. This is the second time that the museum has attempted to portray the sand creek massacre, we'll get around to discussing what happened the first time in a moment, but I first want to hear from you about what people who go to the history Colorado exhibit will see. I would like for them to see the lifestyle that we had and. It really doesn't show anything except for the interviews and which documentation on the massacre. It's a lifestyle that we had before this. Horrendous act that took place on November 29th. 1864? We tried to put our truth and it did come out. This happened and things like that and how it affected us. It still affects us today. What's your thank you for starting us off there and the lifestyle. An exhibit to portray accurately the lifestyle of your people and these other tribal people as well. Fred, I'd like to pivot to you now and when did you first become involved in the exhibition? I started to become involved in about 2018 when I began this position that I have now. And what was your motivation to get involved exactly? Well, what happened was that they kind of stated that they needed somebody that knew the history of the rapport people. To become involved with massacre site and so I was assigned as one of the representatives for the China oppo tribes. Now, Fred, have you worked with other exhibits or portrayals of the sand creek massacre in the past? No, I did not. So it's my first attempt at working at exhibit. And now, here we are. It's been almost a 160 years since this tragic event in your people's history. And what does it mean for the arapaho tribe now, this new exhibition and all these new insights and so much input from native leaders such as yourself. I believe that the story that is provided right there to history about the same creek massacre. It tells the story of our people my brother Chester said, you know, it portrays our lifestyle before it talks about before. During and after. And then our people can go to it and look at it and they can see interviews they can see quote they can see pictures and this strikes close to home for them. So that they can actually see that their story, their people, they can trace their people. By these pictures and these quotes, these stories. And so it touches close to home that way. Fred, I understand that there are no actual artifacts from the actual time of the massacre. There are some objects, but they're more contemporary, post 19th century or even why is that exactly? When we started to do this, one of the things we didn't want was to show those results of the atrocities. We wanted to tell the story we wanted to be,
"colorado center" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
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"colorado center" Discussed on KTRH
"This year. Michael Scott. The ktrh Gulf Coast windows dot com 24 hour Traffic center in freezing rain tonight could cause some icing on roadways. We have a bigger system coming away. Sunday night, the Monday that's why a winter storm warning in effect from a line from Colorado Center Center County on Northwest is in fact, until 6 p.m. Monday. Most of the Gulf and winter storm watch in effect through the same time. Rain, Freezing rain tonight Lows Drop down low to mid thirties Cloudy upper thirties first Sunday, then a bigger event Sunday night into Monday. Rain freeze rain, killing stone fill out their worst conditions in the war in areas I mean, Ross Todd work for well, champ. 35 degrees in the Woodlands and 36 in spring. We have 42 in Galveston and 37 at the ktrh top tax defenders. 24 hour Weather Center Ktrh news time. 11 01 Donald Trump's historic second impeachment trial ended with acquittal on a 57 to 43 votes short of the two thirds needed For conviction. Seven Republicans joined the Democrats in voting that the former president incited insurrection. Houston preparing for snowfall Monday, meteorologist Frank Billingsley with our TV partner channel to saying there will be some accumulation on Monday. 1 to 3 inches of snow is a possibility to the north of Houston, but it's gonna be a pretty snow. It'd be a snow mixed with ice and freezing rain and sleet. Ah, quarter to a half inch ice accumulation and Houston down to the coast 1/10 of an inch. Winter Storm Watch expected through 6 P.m. Monday Most of the Houston area will remain above freezing for the first part of the weekend and give everybody a chance to prepare. Expect grocery shelves to be bare, even though they are calling in some stackers and stockers toe. Try to keep him full stocking up for the weekend. We got popcorn. We got snacks, milk and eggs, ice cream and Gummi bears. We got a lot of stuff to make stews. Wind is still around 14 miles an hour, And that means there may be a wind chill factor. Whatever the temperature reads, expected it to feel colder. The winds are coming in from the north, so even the wind will feel very cold expectation is that temperatures will fall below freezing Sunday night, with the possible exception of Galveston and right along the shoreline. Those freezing temperatures will stay into Tuesday by Monday. They're expecting freezing rain and sleet because a potentially dangerous ice build up power outage is a possibility. Harris County Judge Lena.
"colorado center" Discussed on KTRH
"Can see traffic. Starting to build in the area. Maybe a three or four minutes back up. So use caution as you travel through Michael Scott. The ktrh Gulf Coast windows dot com. 24 hour traffics in freezing rain Tonight could cause some icing on roadways. We have a bigger system from the way Sunday night and Monday. That's why a winter storm warning in effect on the line from Colorado Center Center County on Northwest is in fact, until 6 p.m. Monday. Most of the Gulf a winter storm watching effective same time rain freezing rain tonight lows Drop down low to mid thirties Cloudy upper thirties first Sunday, then a bigger event Sunday night into Monday. Rain freeze rain, killing stone fill out their worst conditions in the war in areas I mean, Ross Todd work for Weather Channel. 40 and Galveston 37. Spring 39 Katie 41 from the KTRH Top tax defenders. 24 hour Weather Center Ktrh News Time is six. So one Our top story. Donald Trump's historic second impeachment trial ended minutes ago well hours ago with an acquittal on a 57 43 votes short of the two thirds needed for conviction. Seven Republicans joined all the Democrats in voting that the former president inside it insurrection. Houston is preparing for snowfall. On Monday, meteorologist Frank Billingsley with our TV partner channel to saying that there will be some accumulation, possibly Monday. 1 to 3 inches of snow is a possibility to the north of Houston, but it's gonna be a pretty snow it Sylvia Snow mixed with ice and freezing rain and sleet. Ah, quarter to a half inch ice accumulation and Houston down to the coast 1/10 of an inch. The winter storm watches extended through 6 P.m. on Monday. Most of the Houston area will remain above freezing for the first part of the weekend and giving everyone a chance to prepare expected grocery sales to be bare stocking up for the weekend. We got popcorn. We got snacks, milk and eggs, ice cream and Gummi bears. We got a lot of stuff to make stews. The wind will still be around 14 miles an hour, And that means there will be a wind chill. Whatever the temperature reads. Expected to feel about 10 degrees colder today, when's air coming in from the North, So even the wind feels very cold. And the expectation is that temperatures will fall below freezing tomorrow night. With a possibility exception of Galveston, right along the shoreline. Those freezing temperatures will stay into Tuesday by Monday. We're expecting that freezing rain and sleet to cause a potentially dangerous ice build up ktrh news Time is 603.
"colorado center" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"Different well and i think we should maybe retirement and so good work on people Sent be done to the fact that i said look so the reason but what. We do a cocker assessment or down is simply that you aren't going through the same process as managing company thinking about your project that you're before you're going need to come up with some way mentally to do that so so i think the target playing golf and then expecting goes to house all the just for example in our area fewer rocket scientists play golf. Bruins gonna go to. The hamptons does not the about a simulation that's leading when you're plunging rock at the very kind of only the top off mood example but it gives you a pretty good idea of on the ever. Yeah i found a line on your website. In one of your blogs said a little stress kicks the body into a higher gear to fight off aging. It does and so you wanna you want things that are little bit uncomfortable. Not so uncomfortable. You throw in the towel and and do that. So it's like a new exercise here. There sometimes going a little faster on the bike. You know playing a different golf course would be a great experience apple of what you could do i. I think it's always good to just go play of course to do it. Go play some place that you've never played before and go. Kay i'm gonna play. I'm gonna see what i get and then you just look at it and go okay. It says this what i remember early. Golf career Used to play play. Sarah deborah and get to know about called bear creek may the hardest course in the area. The guy that guilt course didn't put it in the yard marker so you played scottish golf you kinda looked at it and you don't well it might be a hundred and forty five yards but today with the wind and And and where it is worth. Ten is on the three tier green. I've got hit a six or five and you got really good at those kinds of skills. And that's what. I think. I different gulf course. Does her people when they play it. And i think there's that idea of just plain one all the time and really getting to know it and yeah i'm not so sure that's the best thing for your brain. You know what. That's a great great point You know it's great that you're out there playing golf course all the time. Maybe like you said not all that great for your brain now you you talked about program and testing in the program. Tell us about the program. Well i have. I have a four month program. And what's different about that. That say for example. Seeing a functional medicine sedition most functional medicine physicians. There are that many of them will say okay. Come in. you're going to go through a whole day of testing. We're going to give you a report of what to do. And i go. Well that's number of people that can assimilate all that information into the lifestyles probably about less than half a percent. So what. I did with the program as i said. Here's the latest research physiology brain health tracing and we're going to little basement as we go and then i'm gonna give client patient draft one thing to work on the next week so i had a fellow. Just go through. The program just got started and we decided that his personal profile is really good except for two things he needed. The wasn't really having enough that skills at dinner so this is a simple. Sometimes it is. I said okay instead of one batch inner. It's too and it's this much. And i said at lunch instead of half an apple when to switch up on some days and have grapes with your lunch and some days having orange and i said then you trish traditional profile is really good and he said that's all there is well. That's all you needed to work on. So that's so that's going to be easy for me to do because it's remember a goal so i think whether it's cardiovascular exercise strengthen of rain or supplements or anything we do. I like to get to the ten percent that makes the ninety percent of difference but that it's easy to the number sagana week and that's all i do is go through. That's meant find out what they do. And then the other thing. That's a little bit different about what i do is i. Don't take the place. If i worked with their physician And find out what they're gonna case in some with their issues are surgery or other things. They've had happened their lifestyle. They're concerned about And then make the physician kind of an approving partner in the whole say because most people when you get down to it. They found doctrines that they don't want to change either. I just want to help dr more effective and I will tell you. Ninety nine point ninety nine percent of the time. The physician knows what these things are but doesn't know how to apply them so they'll happy to get the help okay last question. How can people find out more about your program eating it. And it's really simple to do. They go to my website living vital dot org read about it and it's not a very complex website. It's designed to be here. How that the things that we look at work and then if they're further interested they sent me an email through the website. I sent him a surveymonkey forum that ask them some questions about goals in life site Lifestyle factors and then we schedule a twenty minute no-obligation call and they say look. You're a good candidate for these reasons. These two areas. I can't help you with these areas. We can make a major pack and this is how we would do it and then if they don't fit And they've already doing all the stuff i say and i do. I've seen a few of those clear in there now lot. I say i can't really help you. I don't wanna take your money. And then at least they learned something about where they're at what ought to do but it's all about being tuned to them and if it's not right for them it's not right for them. That's one of my mantras about this stuff is it's all about personal application living vital turning back the clock that's steel woke it up neal. Thanks for doing this. Great job and many. Go ahead to you my friend day and many back to you dr neil. That's meal located off. Phd one of our favorite guests the director of the colorado center for health and sports science out of denver. And every time. I get neil on the show we plan on doing. Oh say seven eight nine ten minutes on whatever topic we're going to do and we ended up talking for like twenty minutes so Was able to do. And i'm glad i decided to do it. That way was break it up into two parts. We had part one of the interview last week. Part two of the interview this weekend. I hope you got something out of something valuable you were able to take from it especially if you're a golfer over the age of fifty and you're trying to stave off father time a little bit and turn back the clock a little bit and not let your golf game go to hell totally just because you're getting a little older and even if you're a golfer under fifty there was plenty to take out of that because hey you're getting older there's no way around it there's no getting around it and Good advice there from dr neil. Woken up interesting. He was talking about bernard longer is a perfect example Longer who now plays on the champions tour for golfers fifty and over is sixty three years old and still going strong. He competed in the masters in november with all the young guys and made a great run there and the first tournament on the champions tour just concluded over in hawaii and bernard longer sixty three heading to the age of sixty four finished in.
"colorado center" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
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That actually live on television. I know this is golf show but we couldn't let the moment pass without a tricky to Gentleman and i mean that worst sincerely who was a hall of famer both on and off the field who we lost just a couple of days ago. The great hank aaron. It's tita green your top source for gulf news and entertainment on the radio online. And on your smartphone. i'm jay ricci going solo today. You know we're all getting older. There's no way around it. Jim morrison famously. Once said no one gets out of here alive. And if you're a golfer over the age of fifty you probably noticed. Maybe you don't hit the ball as far as you did when you were younger. You can't play two three or four days in a row anymore and some things in golf. That depend on motor skills like putting in shipping. Maybe you're not as sharp as you used to be. Well if you cut last sunday show you heard play part one of our interview with a good friend. Neil woken up. The woke it out is the director of the colorado center for health and sport sciences in denver and he has a new website called living vital dot org. He's also an avid golfer. And on that website. He's looking at the science behind golf and aging and the connection between your brain and getting old. It's called epa genetics. How your brain age can be very different from your chronological age. For example you can be sixty years old but your brain age and consequently how you behave and how you at can be forty five or fifty years old or conversely you can be sixty years old and your brain age and how you act can be seventy or seventy five years old well. Dr neal says you can control that by what you eat. How much exercise you get. How much sleep you get. How much stress there is in your life. There are also other factors such as family and friends that affected that affect your brain and your brain age and today on part two of how to turn back the clock we visit again with. Dr neal woke it up. We're talking about turning back. The clock gaining vitality living with neil. Walk it off. The website is called living vital living vinyl dot org. And i think if anybody neal is skeptical about the connection between epa genetics and golf while they have to do is look at bernard longer in what he's doing. Yeah and he's a really good example that she was in contention dates sixty three and he kind of all of the things going for me eat consistently he exercises consistently place consistently but the other thing is that a lot of And a contrast is kind of with A movie that's popular a while back grumpy. Old men or grumpier old. I forget what it was but they were pretty grumpy. But he has a very defined face structure things. All those things are really consistent. And i think that's another thing that really comes into play that i deal with people in the program go well. What's your social structure julia friends. Maybe your friends are great or maybe it's need some new friends that does come up on the people that were great friends at forty or maybe not the great friends you thought they were seventy have different needs so he has all that's excellent domino's and he only asked to do is go out and play golf because he's got a wonderful family structure. He's got all the things into modifying genetic terms of license. He's got maybe a few things he could do better. But but the big thing after fifty is be consistent and the one thing that no renar ziying they will tell you that incredibly consistent any same person now that he was told three. And you can't say that for well at it's in some ways that that is hard to do because when you're thirty three or forty three. Your life has different. You're you're working hard charging you're trying to climb to the top so to speak and when you hit fifty or sixty or older than that maybe you're winding down your worklife you're retired and so you're you're your lifestyle is.
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"House of representatives is delivering the articles of impeachment against former president. Donald trump to the senate today trump is accused of inciting the riot at the capital january of six to stop the certification of the election connecticut. Senator richard blumenthal says the trial in. The senate should begin within weeks arguing. An indefinite delay service know what the president may need but very limited time to organize his defense by the country deserves a prompt trial. Many republicans have argued the trawlers unnecessary because trump is already out of office. President joe biden is demanding. Quick action on hunger are andrew sears reports many new yorkers who are receiving snap and pandemic. Edt will beginning increases in their benefits and estimated twenty nine million adults. In at least eight million children nationwide are experiencing food insecurity. Because of the pandemic on. Friday president. Joe biden sandon executive order directing the agricultural department to allow states to increase snap benefits to the lowest income recipients and to raise emergency benefits for families whose children would normally be getting free meals at school by fifteen percent joel berg. Ceo of hunger. Free america says that should benefit. at least three million. New yorkers is a boldest biggest administrative step to fight hunger that any administration has taken really in the modern era. At least since the great society programs the white house says a fifteen percent increase in pandemic. Evt's benefits could give a family of three about one hundred five dollars more to buy food over two months meantime in a few weeks. The usda ron farmers to family's food box program resume we get perspective. Who kentucky and nadia robbery gone anti-hunger advocates say. The situation is dire for families especially for children. Many of whom are remote learning and don't have access to regular school meals household. Food insecurity continues to soar state wide and some counties have reported up to thirty five to forty percent increases in need kentucky state director with save the children. Alissa taylor says rural communities in particular face several logistical challenges. The boxes are delivered on semi tractor trailers of getting those into these communities that are far off. The beaten path is more and more difficult so we really have to work in the go. She ate and make sure we have volunteers on the ground. Standing by to unload and distribute them she notes. The program has a wait list. Save the children and ag tech company app harvest recently distributed upon plant kits to sixteen hundred kids in eastern kentucky so they can try growing produce indoors. This is p. ns birdie sanders the incoming chairman of the senate budget committee said sunday. Democrats would use a rare procedural tactic to pass major parts of a covid. Nineteen package if republicans refuse to move the measure. She'd had reporting sanders. The move known as reconciliation as soon as we possibly can to pass a package by fifty one votes in the senate rather than sixty if republicans don't move on and bill montana would end same day registration and closed late in person registration. Who the barbara is ford. Montana's says it would be a boundary for many voters that would be driving to that county elections office twice. And then of course many of us work full-time various jobs. So many full-time students business. People ranchers and parents single parents especially wisconsin residents have showed renewed interest in outdoor activities during the pandemic but conservation groups and some local governments say to keep public land's viable a key program needs to be renewed next month governor uber's unveiled his proposed budget and nature advocates hope and includes reauthorization of the knowles nelson stewardship program due to expire this summer the state fund was established in nineteen eighty nine to buy natural landscapes and administer grants for trail construction and other outdoor improvements the nature conservancies matt. Damon says it benefits residents all over wisconsin natural resources in their natural environments in the state are important whether they're in an urban setting or in a rural setting. They're important to our economy is places where people get out hike ski last year. The dnr reported a surge in visitations to outdoor sites putting strain on operations and infrastructure advocates. Say that's why another ten years of funding is needed is unclear whether republican leaders would back the move fevers recommends it some raised concerns about debt obligations tied to the program. I'm mike mohan. Finally eric kicking off reports of public away in this week on experimental nuclear reactor that could be coming to the idaho national laboratory. The us department of energy has released a draft environmental impact statement for a new design known as a versatile nuclear reactor. The says it will be used to test nuclear energy. Innovations helping to push the sector forward but edwin lyman director of nuclear power safety with the union of concerned. Scientists believes its construction would pose risks for eastern idaho. Able should ask questions about weather the deal. We has really done the accident analysis that needs to and as being honest with the people about the potential consequences of accidents that reactor the versatile nuclear reactor is cooled by liquid sodium. Which lyman knows is highly potent reactors currently in operation in the. Us are cooled by water. This is mike clifford. Thanks for starting your week with public. News service member listener supported and online at public new service dot. Org here's a look at weather from the land. Newsfeed weather center today. Expect rain freezing. Rain and sleet with an occasional snow. Mix sleep will be heavy at times high near thirty six tonight. A forty percent chance of rain before eight p. m. later becoming mostly cloudy low around thirty two mostly cloudy skies on tuesday with light wind from the northwest high near thirty six. That's the latest weather chicago more news and weather on our website. Top lands us feet dot com joe. He'll walk it off his back with dr walk. It off is director of the colorado center for health and sports science and denver. He's also an avid golfer recently. He's been taking a long hard look at golf and aging at how golfers over fifty can turn back the clock and fight off father. Time was here last week with part one of that interview and today we will play part two before that russ holden returns to t- to grain for the past. Two decades russ has been raising money for a number of worthy causes and worthy charities around the country through a program called caddy for a cure. That's where you can bid to carry the bag for the best golfers in the world. On two of the three major pro tour's the pga tour and the lpga tour. It's an experience of a lifetime and you'll be helping make the world a better place to it's called caddy for a cure gearing up for a brand new season here in twenty twenty one and russ holden will be here to tell us all about that and some of their goals for the new year today on katie. Green champion's tour. Pta pga tour all in action. This weekend talk about that too today on. The mona sun is coming up on the at seven. I'm here to try my luck. They say this game very tough one. But i'll give it my best shot though the bunkers.
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"Because A friend of the tip of the iceberg, beginning about 10% of it, but it's much deeper than that. The problem is the simple online thing. Just don't get to the level of distinction. So you don't know what to work on this. It's not that they don't tell you things. But if you can't really get the lay of the land, you don't know which exercises you do like. These prices down Sudoku and I go well. Kind of depends is verbal memory is kind of a problem to deal with the lives of the problem. Don't do Sudoku, but they say, Well, I heard it Was Gina taking with us The problem, not everything is good for everything. No, you and I talked to every day and we were talking about your brain age versus your chronological age. What's that all about? So let's come out in the last 10 years is this concept called? Upper genetics. Brain age. Okay, You could be 70 years old, but your brain could function as if you are 80 or the function is if you were 55. It's the same thing with the body. Not study of where we are. Hung our body functions internally and what a biological agent was called Effort Genetics. And that looks how our lifestyle has changed those little Genetic code. My person. Have you ever seen one? This little puppet shows with the marionettes? Sure. Yeah. Okay, That's a little good way to think of genetics is that you see the puppet moving and the puppet issue Genetic code and what's above it is moving it. Which is the hand which is really what your lifestyle is. And just think about the hand moving to the left or right before you're back, and the puppet does certain things. Well, there's certain things in your genetic code that The lifestyle turns on good parts of your genetic code. And then there are certain things that Add light style turns on in your genetic code and makes you age faster will not function as well. So you can turn the team's offer on with your lifestyle, and it's really like that. Marionette being controlled by the hand. So I decided to change my lifestyle. How long is that going to take to show up? Affecting or changing my generic. Oh, genetic code E think a good way to think of this. It's like a bicycle wheel. You've got 38 spokes in a bicycle wheel there in 38 variables and aging. There's probably just probably 12 to 15. Once changed all those things to some degree, they're probably gonna take 2 to 3 months for that kind of really click on And make the genetic code do what it should do. Based on those Lifestyle factors. I've seen that happen is early as Two months. Some of the companies that I used to help test that in patients and clients say it really takes three months. Really give people three months to say OK, now that you've done all that stuff Let's give it three months. Let all this thinking and see how the marionette the hand are working. This is a golf show. So how does all of this apply the EPA genetics, especially how does this apply to golf? First thing is how we produce energy and how we recover and how we think. And how much power we have in our muscles is to a large part determined by how we train, which is that determined by our genetic code, so People that say Oh, I've lost distance used to hit the ball to 70. And now I'm down to 1 95. We could probably look at their lifestyle and go. You know, there's some things that you haven't done well in terms of how you're trained, and those have probably affected your genetic code where it's. It's not really reacting to life the same way as the people that are being positive, So I think when you look at people that lose distance or say, I just not as sharp as I was or those kind of things, or I can't play four days in a row. I think we can really look at what's happening under the hood and say, You know, you're probably really older than what you're chronological ages. Where your you know your friend you're playing with. There's actually a younger and comes out way functions that it's chronological age. So I think when we look at that distance marker, that's one that you could probably say. Hey, there's a direct relationship with these things. And then when we look at fine motor things like chipping and those kind of things People say I used to be able to do that. I can't do that. Now where there's a real brain body connection. Those things also have ah component of being controlled by the genetic code. I think there's a direct performance in how you age and how you perform, and I think a lot of people that Over 50 have the wrong idea. They say Well, they want to drive it 300 yards and I say, Well, how far did hit it now they go to six. Diego know for the next 20 years. You want to hit it to 60? I don't want to be five years down the road and get to Tad. You want to stay up to 60 for the next 20 years? I think people have a little bit of Ah, mm, misleading idea of what they could get to And then what they ought to work on and I say, Well, if it's reasonable, hold onto it. Maybe you could get a few yards back. But you never really know till you explore all these factors. And you see what People do it. That's why I think it's really a multi factor. Look at What medications are you taking? What's your lifestyle? What surgeries have you had your likely to eat? What? Don't you like to eat all those things and you put it all together? And then you come up with what's reasonable for somebody to achieve, But, yes, you kind of dance with what? Bring it. Interesting stuff there. That's part one of a two part interview that we did with the Gulf with the director of the Gulf, Uh, Colorado Center. For, um, sporting science. Neil, Walk it off PhD. We'll play part two for you on next Sunday's show, but in the meantime, if you want to find out more information about that, you can go to Neil's new website. It's called Living vital dot org's living vitals on.
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"Richie has got a question for you. Let me see Show of hands. How many golfers out there Listening are 70 or older. How many are 16 are older. About 50 and older show hands. Okay on for you. Younger golfers pay attention because with any luck at all some day, you will be an older golfer. One of the best things about golf is you can play it. Purge your entire life for just about your entire life. But it doesn't get easier as you age, especially after you turned 50. There's a lot of new research being devoted to golf and aging on our friend Dr Neil Walk it off to director of the Colorado Center for help in Sports. Has a website called Living vital dot org's where you can check in on that research. You could find a lot of tips about golf and aging and lots of info as well. I talked to him a couple of days ago. And we covered a lot of ground and I find out that he's done a lot of work to help golfers turn back the clock. So, Neil we're talking about specifically about golfers over 50. Right, 50. Why is that the demarcation line? I think Adrian actually start at 30 to play. You see a lot of running backs in the NFL not playing after 30 because they start losing fast twitch muscle fiber. The same thing with senior tour different engulfs than The regular tour. But the reason I picked 50. It's kind of a demarcation. Point is that's when people know it. When people were from 30 to 49. They still think they can train hard and do all the stuff. They did it 25 but as soon as they hit 50 They started noticing little injuries or extra pains. Or they might forget something or something, then work quite as well and they're in and they almost do a self check and go. This isn't the same old me. Got a lot of people walking the golf course thinking they're really getting a full benefit. Big assumption. This is going to improve their help, maybe even stave off dying early. Is that true? You have to know so the guesses it adds calories. Who are overall profile. We know you got expend in my book about 2500 calories a week really be healthy. So from that perspective, it's really good, but from a fitness perspective. Maybe the study in Norway a couple years back that showed that Vo two max and your cardiovascular endurance Was the most important predictor of coronary heart disease and not dying early. Golf just doesn't occur it the kind of level where you really get the same effect as if you were running or riding the bike or hopping, elliptical or those kind of things. Now, On the flip side, there's a really good thing about golf that contributes to metal and social factors and health. Because you're playing with a group A lot of times, people that you know. Hopefully, of course, is where your brain is to think about. How do I hit this shot or do those things? It's kind of like changing up the chessboard, So from that sense, it does help stave off aging, but it's only one component. The other thing That really happens after 50 that people aren't aware of it. You can't hyper focus on one thing and have it make up for something else. So in other words, you can't sit there and say, Well, I'm gonna buy a pellet dynamic or not. 400 minutes a week, and I'm just going to train like crazy and do all this stuff when I'm gonna have a you know, a double hamburger every day for lunch, Maybe 25, but not after 50 so Maybe after 50 probably ought to give some other things some attention. We're talking to new woke it up. Living vital is his website living vital dot org's and talk a little bit about genetics. Aren't my genetics that I inherit from my parents, my ancestors, the most important determinant of what's gonna happen to me as I get older. That's a really big change aloft for years so everybody can hand that the genetic dead back in and talk all sorts of people who are with their parents by 30 years and unfortunately, you can't talk to the people that Die 20 years earlier than their parents. 10% of what happens in your life later is directly related to parents. 90% is how your lifestyle modifies your genetic code and the body functions. That's a pretty big number that says how you live, has got as much to do with that as Who gave you the genes that determined your hair color in your eye color. So what else is involved in making us live longer, improving longevity or just upping our function, our ability to function as we grow older. Well, there's a lot of things is how you deal with stress, how you rest and recover. But I'd say that interesting thing is nutritional and exercise. Consistent states. Yeah. Probably a big thing that people don't know that nutrition is that it's probably 50% of what changes your genetic profile in terms of lifestyle, So it's what you every day in the point is Yeah, You can go out and get a double hamburger every two or three weeks. But you wouldn't want to do it every day or every other day, So it's really important, much more. So after 50 that all those things, exercise and nutrition Really become the kind of things that you do 6.5 days a week And then maybe someday you splurge for breakfast and have eggs Benedict or something like that. Yeah, well, I think in recent years what we put into our bodies Has become a priority to a lot of people. What's the latest research on that? Well, I probably tell you that the biggest thing that's changed about nutrition and how these things work together. Is that What it goes on in your gut. In terms of the bacteria that are living in there and help you process doesn't do all those things. Have a big effect on your brain. I have not talked to anybody. My living vital program that didn't want to improve their brain and how they think one of the interesting things that come out the last centuries is has got brain connection that if you have a healthy and consistent But What's happening inside your digestive system that communicates back to your brain. So I think that it's really important there that you get a program that works. Understand what to eat. Works well for you and your on all your medications. Then you're gonna get a big brain boost. We've heard for years about brain food that will work We're looking at here, and that's a good question. I think a lot of things that helps the brain function, but I think in this case Talking about things that make for a healthy gut. Microbiome. How is your body? Use those little healthy bacteria, Tonto, devour food and to do the right things and communicate. Back with it with the brain. So yeah, against get the eating cucumbers it good to eat. We can pick all these things and CT oil of the stuff. But really, it's about how is your overall diet? Orchestrated so that you will Got can communicate with your brain and go back and forth. You can jump on online now and you could find a lot of computer. Rain testing computer brain training is that worthwhile? Probably Yes, and probably no..
Heavily armed men in helicopter free notorious French inmate
"And then started amassing one of the largest personal collections of baseball memorabilia in america all for the love of the game i don't care if you're the banker the town the sheriff you are you know certain ethnic or race y'all went to the game y'all set pretty much together and y'all rooted for the home team and it was it brought people together some pieces are now on exhibit at history colorado center in denver like the handprint babe ruth made for a poem reader so when you the fan walk into the exhibit you can shake hands with fave ruth joe dimaggio a slugger maybe better known for his two hundred and seventy four day to multirace marriage to marilyn monroe this story that he would send roses to her grave every day every day when he was alive why do you think he did that never stopped loving her it's still the same game on a summer's day nine guys against one lonely batter and as the man who is collected so many memories knows well it's still what it has always been it's so simple when life is so complex and when you add all that together it comes out at baseball's magic that is cbs's barry peterson wbz news time one fifty one connecticut teen has been detained for leading police chase in a stolen car the eighteen year old refused to pullover lead officers on a brief chase before crashing the stolen vehicle and taking off on foot he was arrested several hours later held on bond at the newtown police department it's a crazy prison escape right out of a hollywood movie but it's for real a criminal in france has taken from his prison courtyard by is a god blesses in a helicopter navy sees jennifer eccleston with more on the gangsters great escape french authorities are confirming a daring escape from a paris area prison a notorious gangster escaped in a small helicopter helped by several heavily armed men who created a diversion at the prison entrance while the helicopter landed in the courtyard the forty six year old has been serving a twenty five year old murder sentence police say an extensive manhunt is underway helicopter pilots believe may have been taken as a hostage a migratory earned the nickname spiderman after rescuing a child had his first day at a new job with the paris fire brigade the man's remarkable rescue of a child dangling from a balcony not only one an internet start him but french citizenship as well and a job with the fire department the twenty two year old molly and migrant is one of the brigades twenty four new recruits if you live on the new law has some massachusetts aware alerts have breaking news the time road traffic on the.