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"crain" Discussed on World Cafe
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"crain" Discussed on World Cafe
"That's a performance of malachi. Goodbye it's from. Our guests samantha. Crain the new ep. Is i guess we live here now. I'm kaleo on the world can affect you know. We have returned guests to the show It's been eleven years since you joined us listening to you. Talk to host emiratis david di at twenty two fascinating talking about touring and bought and living in boston. And i'm curious. What do you remember back from that period period of your career is. You're shaking your head. I don't remember anything. And i'm sure like anything i said was ally honestly like i just. I was such a snot. i like did not. I took a lot of things for granted back then. i think i was pretty Insincere at a lot of ways. And so i thought most interviews were sort of like a joke like i had a very i mean bob dylan like early. Bob dylan was like my hero at the time so any time that i could like piss off somebody. I was fully trying to do that. So i don't know how i came across in that interview. But i'm sure that i was like making a bunch of stuff up and being really snotty and just kind of being trying my best bob bob dylan impersonation. That's like the. That's why i've not in my head because it's just like I can't imagine what it was like well first off. You're not a snot. So that was that was good. And secondly i think everybody in their early twenty s goes through a little bit of that process where you're trying to like sort of sort out who you are and your your influences. Are there you wear them on your sleeve and yeah early. Bob dylan is not somebody. I would want to talk to you as an interviewer just because i mean it would be sort of theater the mind like what are they making up now which ties in perfectly to my next question. Which was what would you tell your younger self back. Then if you got a minute with them maybe you don't want to say anything to them. Maybe you know you obviously led to this point but say it didn't affect your future didn't affect who you are presently. Wh what advice would you want to offer younger you I think it would be pretty simple. Honestly it would just be like you are like as who you are like. You don't have to pretend to be someone that you're not you don't have to like people are going to like you and appreciate you for you. You don't have to your worthy enough as who you are I think that was something that i was not told very often. And so whenever. I did get any sort of Attention when i first started making music I was just sort of always acting out. Because i was seeing you. Know what parts of this What parts of my cells are things that like people are responding to. An what parts do i need to like down. Hide away and what ended up doing was just like confusing me even more. I think than so i think just to have like a nice mentor. Patting me on the back through all of that just being like your good like your analysis. Your fine Would've probably been very helpful. There you go. Well we're here with samantha. Crain this is the world cafe. The new ep. Is i guess we live here now. We're going to close it out with actually attract from twenty twenty s a small death. Tell us a little bit about joey joey. I wrote sort of as a letter to friends that i've had for about thirteen years. There's something really special about the friendships. where you don't have to give background information. They already know the context that you exist in because they experienced it along with you Most of the time a friendship like that feels really great. It feels really good to just be known and understood but for someone like me who's kind of like prone to nostalgia. I think the thoughts of lake the good parts of youth that you tend to like romanticized creep in now and then so really this. It was just sort of a song that was written about that feeling of like looking at a picture and saying like i know that that's me. I know i went through that. But i don't remember that at all cool. Let's hear it this is samantha crain. This is joey recorded life for the world cafe.
"crain" Discussed on World Cafe
"Yeah that's i mean. that's a lot to overcome. Yeah i think for me. My whole thing is toughness like that. So much of my So much of my personality but by kind of led me to the point. Where i got to be in this sort of breaking point i think so for me this was like a real discovery of vulnerability and how important it is for me. It wasn't like makes you tougher. It's you're already tough enough You've got to know when to like ask for help. You've got to know when to stop. You've got to know when to take a break you've got to know where to set boundaries or else. This is what this is. What happens this is like how things just crumble. Well we really appreciate you taking us through that experience. That means a lot to us. This is the world cafe. Where here with samantha crain. The new ep. Is i guess we live here now. And we're going to talk about the ep a moment and to get a taste of it to our audience. We've got a live performance. Coming up of bloom's day. It's such a cool song. But it's one of those great songs where you can sort of dive deeper because there are little that reveal themselves several references here at play including james joyce the lyrics from a traditional song that you get to sort of incorporate the lyrics into. How did this come together. So during the pandemic i was working part time at a grocery store and there was one day that i was feeling particularly. Just sort of awful just like in a bad mood. I think upset that i was having to work through Through a lot of this sort of like unsafe And uncertain conditions. I think and i started humming the song this little light of mine. It's a song that was in my childhood a lot. I have a lot of sort of weird sensory memories tied to it. Just because i feel like it was always around And sometimes i'll just sing it to myself. And it makes me feel better just kind of helmets myself and i i did. I was coming in myself. I was sort of stocking shelves in immediately. Sort of made me feel better. It just made me really aware of of how much agency. I have over my participation in my day Just by just like a little thing. Like that. And i was looking at this poem that i had written That were a lot of the verses to bloom. stay and it seemed to kind of mesh together really Well bloom stay is. It's from james joyce's ulysses and that novels just sort of Cataloging of We uphold blooms just sort of boring day and i think it really just by sticking those verses with Sort of a reworking of of this little light of mine. It sort of became an anthem about the possibility of sort of each each new day without sounding too cheesy but feels like a lot of times. We're just being kind of pulled along in life. But we do have the instrumentality to find light and belief within also changed like other people's days for the better as well to let's listen to it. This is recorded. Live for the world cafe. It's samantha crain with blooms day Staw started stays is You you does ono no snake. Zoo added Ladder that's bloom. Stay recorded live. By our guest samantha. Crain the new ep. Is i guess we live here now. You're listening to the world. Cafe kaleo The new ep. I guess we live here now. I mean it's it feels like a nice sort of bookend to a small death life kind of life changing record. What were you thinking about in how they connect together and what you wanted to do with this ep. Well after i finished the small dead Started reflecting on like the person that i have become like what that experience had turned me into Kind of thinking about all of the tools that i had found on my journey like all of the little tricks of survival that i learned during that struggle. And i think i just had these four songs that sort of felt like an expression of myself Increasingly at peace With uncertainties and sort of beginning that lifelong process of balance between Ambition end satisfaction. And i think it builds like the postscript of like the worst case scenario letters like the part the part like after just the worst thing that you can think of happens and then the breath is taken but like relief is side and then that thought like injure mind that there is no unbearable burden if you are still alive so that sort of the person that i was thinking about. When i was writing this ep i mean it sounds simple but it's also you know profound and i think especially in the last year with what everyone's gone through you know sort of we've all become a little bit more resilient and maybe a little bit more vulnerable going through this process Did you feel like you're more prepared to to write these songs and be in this moment. Because of the last three years. I do feel like i kind of started the process that so many people have gone through over the past year just like like their lives being taken from them like they're normal see and then in some cases they're their friends and family members Just like their whole life. Being sort of flattened in some way And then having to slowly sort of bit by bit piece things together in get to know themselves from scratch outside of who they are working in this like machine of a life that they've built probably finding some peace in that probably finding a lot of joy in the slowdown finding things that they enjoy that they wouldn't have had a chance to define and then coming out on the other side of that. I definitely feel like. I started that process in a way like two years earlier and so for me to write about this. I think that that's why a lot of these songs are sort of striking accord with some people right now because it's basically the same process I've have a couple of years to record and release it and now people are hearing it while they're going through it i think. Did you end up being the person that you could. You could do lots of advice. You were prepared to help your friends through this. I try not to be that person. Because i am very much just by nature. The person that wants to like have the answers. And so when i start doling out advice to people it can probably start sounding really annoying really fast so i tried to just sort of nod and listen because i don't wanna be that person that's like well. Let me tell you about my experiences. And how i got through up next. On the world cafe with samantha crain. Our guest we're gonna hear performance of goodbye Can you talk a little bit about the setup on this song. Rarely do we have the ability to have such like in assuredness like in a relationship situation. Whenever it's our own experience we always can give good advice until someone like. You don't need to see that person anymore. If they're making you feel that way. So i think it's just about like accessing the strength Finding the empowerment. To just be like. Oh you know this just isn't working so we're just gonna have to call it so that's all this song is about is pretty simple like kiss off song all right with that in mind. Let's take a listen to it. Recorded live for the world cafe samantha. Crain malachi.
"crain" Discussed on World Cafe
"It is samantha. Crain recorded live for the world cafe. That's a performance of pastime. You can find in her twenty twenty album a small death. Her new ep is out now. It's called us. We live here now. Joining us for norman. Oklahoma is samantha. Crain samantha. welcome back to the cafe. You have of course you call the new ep. A postscript to your twenty twenty album a small death and we heard this song pastime from the album up at the top. And i'd be remiss since we haven't had the chance to talk about the full length album if you're willing if you're comfortable to tell us about the circumstances that led to that record. Yeah so basically. Coming out of twenty seventeen i was experiencing a quite a lot of pain due to some tendinitis and carpal tunnel issues. That i've had for a long time and also sort of of burn out Meltdown sort of thing Just from you know various things substance abuse and you know on dealt with trauma things like that and it. All sort of came to a head That summer 'cause i was in three car wrecks in a row All within a period of three months. I like to preface that by saying. I'm not a bad driver this was just like a weird Spot of lock or unlock. Or what have you But it's order just exacerbated. All those problems. I i got might the pain that i was experiencing just sort of Off the charts The physical pain and then also sort of a mental state just started deteriorating pretty quickly due to a lot of light the finance financial uncertainties of the car wrecks and then also just started getting really depressed due to not being able to like play or anything like that And i got to the point. Where i couldn't really even use my hands and i was just sort of at home by myself without the ability to work tour or play or really anything and it was just like a really dark time for me and i didn't think that i was It it just felt like i was sort of. You know at the very very of the barrel. I guess and Through various sort of therapies and support from my community in friends. I slowly started getting a use of my hands. Back end Sorta working on just myself in all sort of getting to know myself from scratch again who i was outside of being a musician. I think and During that time. I was sort of just writing little bits of things. I didn't think i was gonna make records anymore. It felt like that was kind of like the end of of things. The i i don't i don't mean to interrupt i that's kind of what i i imagined. Must be the hardest thing as you said. You aren't necessarily thinking about life a musician you're thinking about life as a person. Yeah i was just like i was in such a survival mode that it just felt like. I'm just trying to stay alive here. Not not worrying about how this is gonna play into a some sort of creative process and so it was more just for for my own mental wellbeing that i was keeping notes of of ideas or little bits of poems and things like that You know after about a year and a half. When i started feeling better felt like i. Could you know hold a guitar again or play the piano a little bit. I just started pouring through a lot of this little notes that i had been Keeping over over the year and a half and Yeah all the songs. The all these songs from small death sort of just poured out of me as my experience or things that i had been Keeping kind of push down for a long time kind of coming to the surface and there wasn't any expectation of even being an album. Like i'd kind of come to the end of my My record deal and and so it was just sort of like i. There was no pressure from anywhere to make a record. And so there is this real freedom with Just cataloging my journey. I think and i read a story about you. Know you sort of having a song that kind of to you when you picked up the guitar for the first time imagining thinking about taking a year off from not holding your instrument in your hand. Can you tell us a little bit about an echo to me. It was really the starting point of that whole record. That was the song that sort of dominant domino affect the rest of the rest of the songs coming out of me. Let's listen to a little bit.
"crain" Discussed on World Cafe
"You're listening to the world cafe. I am kaleo last. Year has taught us to deal with tremendous adversity. Be it physical or psychological. Our next guest had a head start on dealing with the trauma of a life. Changing experience samantha. Crain had been performing as a singer songwriter for several years. When she came into some terrible luck she was in three car accidents in three months and along with the host of other issues. It prevented her from performing or even picking up a guitar for awhile. But she's overcome that incredible setback to release an album in two thousand twenty a small death and now an ep. Twenty twenty one. I guess we live here now. The records are two sides of a coin coming to terms with her accident and moving forward. From it i talked to samantha about her perseverance and how her experience prepared for the pandemic and what attribute is most helpful for dealing with trauma. I we get started with the performance of the song. Blooms day this is samantha. Crain here on the world cafe Slow stir breakfast shit saga by ensue. Eleven percent got spat on la Talk in the shut you on something that. With dottie read about and ways leaks. Play schneider the city gate array tomorrow morning. He's gonna hurt so Sir laugh.
Some Conventions Could Return to Chicago's McCormick Place This Summer
"Summer as well. Illinois Democratic State Senator Sara Fagen hold says McCormick Place would be the perfect venue. Have a convention in Chicago. Well, adhering to the public health guidelines, a room that can hold 100,000 people and 20% of that is still a significant number people so very high ceilings, great ventilation. We're very fortunate and lucky to have McCormack place like an old throat in an op ed earlier this week for Crain's Chicago business on the subject. Earlier this week, Cook County Board President Toni Preckwinkle announced rental assistance program for residents of Cook County
Special events could return to Chicago this summer
"Good news when it comes to the pandemic events in Chicago may start returning to normal this summer. Glenn Marshall is live in Grant Park with more Glenn. Good morning, Dan. That's more people are starting to get vaccinated. Chicago was receiving some hope. The mayor suggested bringing back those outdoor festivals for this summer making summer 2021 fill a little bit like summer 2019. According to the Chicago Sun Times, the City Council committee authorized the full calendar of special events for the summer. That same article suggests that a mayoral aide hopes the city's $1.8 billion in new federal relief funds will help pay for certain events like the taste of Chicago blues and gospel fest as well as the air and water show. More hope comes out of the convention center, McCormick Place Wrigley Field and guaranteed Rate field have all been authorized to allow 20% capacity. In an interview with Crain's Chicago business, Illinois deputy Governor Dan Hi suggested that the Chicago auto Show could make a return in July of the city of Chicago signs off on it. With more rollouts of the vaccine happening, and restaurants and night life re opening May Laurie Life was believes this summer could resemble Repent Emmett Times,
"crain" Discussed on Bitcoin Radio
"But then it's also hugely beneficial for the collectors like they a and i think another thing. We were talking about access greater access through rob coming artists. It's the same for collectors like the existing structure of the contemporary art. Market is not super friendly and welcoming for outsiders like it's hard to get into is kind of hard to learn how you had the social norms like aided steady art history at like idiot a theme that we've seen with a lot of art collectors like it's really fun to collect art. It's like fun to hang out with artists. It's really fun to participate in an auction. And that's all part of the contemporary art. Markets is bunch of things in my opinion are inherently during fine very positive abbots. Most you'd like most people don't have access to it inside. They were resumed. Year is a lot of people discovering action for collecting our group previously. They like it seemed like this thing. That was kind of unattainable end. So this is like an easy way. And it's you know the whole. The whole thing is structured differently than the existing contemporary art market rally with nfc's digital art. Everyone hangs out They're chatting all the time and you know it's like completely different that like oh which arts luigi goto gallery rookie. With as it's happening in real time. I think anyway yeah. I is for both sides. Citing that received such adoptions of in kind of i would say on the consumer side of these digital art and nf tea's like his demographic. I would assume younger but you might have a different perspective of like who these collectors are. Do you see demographics of eighteen at thirty thirty two. Whatever forty five is a wide spectrum or because the point being is like is this going to be generational right as as kids now are bear. The other phones now They don't have driver's license anymore. But they're gonna have their bitcoin walkmans. You you my daughter's five and she like she knows about bitcoin and blockchain phone calls so like you know. I'm getting bickering. Not my dad set up with with a big one. Wallet assurance samson. Btc like i dunno is a generational. What are you seeing out there even on the sites like are there older artists. Kind of like all right. This is cool. I mess with this. Yeah i mean. I think it definitely kind of like the younger generation understands it really quickly. They get it or they're buying your advanced moves assets you kind of understand the value prop up the digital good will easier but at the same time. It is quite wide demographic like is this one of my favorite artists have superior this guy lawrence li. I think he's seventy three now. Lawrence by guy forget adriaan. W2 mad but if he was like a pioneer digital artist he was credited with creating firs illustrated.
MacKenzie Scott gives Chicago-based Easterseals its biggest-ever donation
"Here to go behind the headlines as crain's chicago business editor and wire and great to see you as always so. Let's start with chicago based nonprofit easter seals which serves people who have disabilities. They're getting a massive donation from a pretty big name who has been given out a lot of money lately. Tell us about that. Well mackenzie scott. As you mentioned peres. Is the ex wife of amazon billionaire. Jeff bezos and she has been using the wealth that she generated through her divorce from him to become truly one of the most important philanthropists of our day. We just learned that she's given easter seals. One hundred sixty two million dollars to spread out over twenty two of easter seals. Us affiliates including its national headquarters. Which does happen to be here in chicago That easter seals gift is part of an overall four billion dollar gift. That scott has just made in the past few weeks to be split between nearly four hundred organizations a another recipient with local routes Is united way of metro chicago which we reported last week is getting twenty five million dollars from
San Francisco War Memorial & Performing Arts Center
"To voices of the community which explores critical issues facing Northern California communities. We introduce you to the voices of community thought leaders and change-makers who are working on solutions that face our fellow individual community members neighborhoods cities and our region. This is George Custer your host. This episode is part of our series exploring covid-19 s impact on nonprofits and small businesses in San Francisco. We started the series back in April of 2020 during the whole page of the first phase of the covid-19 pandemic and the shelter-in-place requirements over these past nine months the covid-19 pandemic and economic meltdown has wiped out millions of jobs in both the nonprofit and small business sectors as well as shuddered tens of thousands of small business operations. The goal of the series does shine a spotlight on the nonprofit's small businesses wage under staff who are struggling to deal with the impact of the covid-19 pandemic on their operations services and sustainability the series of interviews. We conducted features voices from across section of organizations that make up the fabric of our community. Each of them brings a unique perspective on how they and we are dealing with the issues facing our community during the global pandemic and economic depression. But at the outset of this and ongoing it's been people who are used to Bringing people together who have been forced to keep people apart Hospitality workers entertainers. We're the ones who have really had to click on other and keep people safe by keeping them apart and this episode. Our featured voice is John called in the managing director of the San Francisco war memorial and Performing Arts Center the San Francisco Memorial and Performing Arts Center opened in 1932 with a production of Tosca by the San Francisco Opera the war memorial name commemorates the people who served in the first world war zone. It is one of the largest Performing Arts centers in the United States covering 7.5 acres in San Francisco's Civic Center historic district and totals 7,500 seats. Mom gets multiple performance venues. I'm join remotely be assumed by Sean called in managing director of the San Francisco war memorial Performing Arts Center. Thanks for being here John. I would like to begin. And by having you share with us a little bit about the war memorial and Performing Arts Center. I think for most San Francisco people. They walked by it there a McAllister and Venice across from City Hall and they're like, oh it's a month old building. So it would be great if you could get a share or Memorial and how the memorial and Performing Arts Center work with Arts and Cultural organizations to say, we're just go. Oh absolutely. Thanks for having us on George excited to be here today. The San Francisco war memorial and Performing Arts Center is in the heart of San Francisco, right across Van Ness Avenue San from San Francisco City Hall. We have a number of performer venues here including Davies Symphony Hall the War Memorial Opera House and then inside the Veterans building. We have the Herbst theater. There was a center for Opera which hosts both the Toby Atrium theater and the Brian Crain station studio. And we also have a really fabulous event space called The Green Room all in all we can host over 7,000 patrons any given evening and pre covid-19 do that with juice. The ballet performing alongside the symphony San Francisco performances being in Herbst theater all that could happen in one night. So we're both a home for culture and art in San Francisco as well as a huge economic driver for the region. We've been here since nineteen thirty-two. Our resident company is the San Francisco Ballet the San Francisco Opera the San Francisco Symphony and then San Francisco performances, of course is off the primary users of the Herbst theater, and we've had a long partnership with them as well. So I think that we're one of the cornerstones of cultural activity in San Francisco and really proud to be a department of the city county of San Francisco and then fun fact a historical the charger for the was actually signed their trips theater. That's correct. All of the plenary sessions took place in the Opera House. The UN Charter was signed off stage of what was then the veterans Auditorium, which is now known as the Herbst theater and the Japanese peace Accord was also negotiated in the opera house. So we're really big site for history. A lot of folks don't understand wage. Why UN Plaza is called UN Plaza, but it's called UN Plaza because indeed the charter was signed here and for a brief period they actually almost put the headquarters of the United Nations here in San Francisco before they decided to place them in New York. Yeah, we host a lot of history here and still continue to provide a meeting space to Veterans groups and a number of other non-profits working on behalf of veterans causes here in San Francisco. So
Jay Beever, Embraer, and Designing Luxury
"Jay. You're an interesting guy because your proof that talent and innovation can cross pollinate different professional fields. But let's start at the beginning talk about cars. Where'd you start such a fun story? I. Think there is something that can benefit a lot of people because sometimes we have a mentality that we can't do something if we're not trained or degreed in a certain skill set in that regard I always had a dream of being a car designer automotive designer it started because of my own Ed Richter and his wife k they own studebaker. Rare student bakers like the Rock, any Newt Rodney the famous Nordic football coach and that particular studebaker in thirty two and thirty three head a version with a rumble seat. The back of the seat would open up and you can sit back there. Well, he owns one original condition. They still drive it to this day and I remember as a child going to their home and peaking in the garage and not only was the rock. Ni there. But hiding around the corner three cars wide a commander in another student bigger from thirty three in disheveled but yet al capone gangster looking. Need to be restored in the Shadows Bee's, and it was inspiring and he has since restored that commanders well, beautiful cars that led to a journey of understanding Raymond lowy and his influence with the star liner and and everything else that he did outside of automotive everything from the coke bottle two steamships, the example of cross industry designed capability, and how they can learn from each other. So those automobiles and being so enthralled with the shapes and forms and the mysterious nature of them. Of course, because they are stuck in a garage was always a thrill being in the big three capital. Detroit suburbs knowing some ankles at work for the car companies and my mother worked for crain communications and she was a key line artists which was related graphic design page layout for making magazines back before digital publishing back when we had use razor blades and wax I've got some razor blades stories she would come home that's the articles in the early days of graphic storytelling, pie charts, and that stuff before the Mac really did it well, for us I got to watch all that and it was all related automotive interesting thing was like billing model airplanes World War Two model airplanes. Give me a B seventeen, b twenty, nine, b twenty, four I would recommend them get another kit and build it again, sometimes melt holes in the side of the single to a bottom of. So aerospace was like the carnal thing inside waiting to come out, but it was going to be cars. So I did I ended up in the car business I used to take my mom's take from those key lining page layout days with exacto blades in Pinstripe, my nine hundred and fifty seven Chevy matchbox car, and that was six years old playing with exacto blades if you can imagine that. Better than matches I guess. But maybe not much. Those, always stayed with me. So from graphics, you can make something look different to designing a car. All of this is really about transportation design being thrilled with things that move. So that was kind of the start of it, but I couldn't afford Zion College I would have loved to have gone to CCS, I spent a couple of summer classes in graphic in other types of designs like pottery, Constanza, pottery as. A kid but it's learning POW powdery Auto Detroit on the why am I being exposed to this? But then there's incredible community college in mccomb county they're outside Detroit and they had a great drafting program. My opportunity to get into the big three was through drafting go. This is great. Fell in love with in high school, and now I can have a career doing this. So went into drafting CAD design hired. At Ford, Motor Company in Nineteen ninety-three as an intern doing cad purity aided design drafting and three D. modelling, and that's when that stuff was really just coming on board it used to be guys had to draw. So you were at the forefront of that new technology in many ways going back to the drawing real quick I think the thing that helps the most even to this day is understanding what A. French curve can do and a large spine. One of my projects at the college was to create an body car, GM car body side, and three different views, projecting the points in three different orthographic views and make the arc continuously perfectly smooth accelerated curves were necessary in all of us so that you could inevitably put that on aluminum plates that was a hard way to go but it was fun. So then. We get into Ford and they had their own homegrown computer system called the PG S and that was done on these lundy tubes that were tube TV's really with light pens and we stroke the light pens on the screen and rotate things around, and there's a little keyboard tracking our time talk about ours disappear quickly when you're building things I couldn't have thought I could of ended in a better career exam. Making something from nothing into three D. and having it show up on the road someday. So I really liked that approach to design design engineering though I hadn't had the opportunity to actual industrial designer transportation design school like you'd find in Pasadena Arts Center or
Washington DC - Driver charged in Prince George's Co. crash that killed 2
"Charged a driver in connection with yesterday's two car crash in Prince George's County. Two people killed. The driver has been identified as 35 year old Mark Austin of Brandywine. He's been charged with three counts of manslaughter. Happened just before 12 30 on Upper Marlboro on Senate E two people dead at the scene Now, Austin police say failed to stop for a traffic light headed north bound on Crain Highway and Crume Station Road is truck headed into the intersection, striking a car driven by a woman who was turning left. Speed and impairment are being looked into What happens if
Absentee ballot drop boxes set up in Metro Atlanta counties
"George's primary there's a new way to return your absentee ballot if you have yet to mail it in voter turnout is expected to be high already had a million and a half votes cast either early or by absentee WSB political analyst bill Crain's has a record number of voters have requested an absentee ballot but many of those ballots have not been cast if you're among them crane says bring the absentee ballot with you to your polling place in case the line is long while they're waiting online they can drop it off at one of the drop box locations secure drop boxes are available in every metro Atlanta county
"crain" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
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"crain" Discussed on Cross Examined Official Podcast
"We were supposed to be in Israel right now or about this time but of course the Krona Virus Kabosh on that so now. We're going in September if you want to join us on this amazing tour with myself and L. Schuch the Israeli archeologist who discovered the pool of Siloam. Right there in the city of David go to cross examine dot or click on events you'll see the VIP tour we're GonNa stay at the best places and see the most amazing sights. I think it's September sixth two seventeenth. If I'm not mistaken. The details are up there. Don't worry about the corona virus. No virus can survive in Israel in the summer in fact very few people can survive in Israel in the summer. So we're all going to be there. We're all going to see some amazing things and it's true when you go to Israel you really. I know it sounds cliche but the Bible does come to life because you can see the topography geography. See where these things happen. Stand where Jesus stood and check it out. Go TO CROSS DOT ORG. Click on events and you will see the VIP Israel tour in September. We're talking TASHA crane her new book talking with your kids about Jesus thirty conversations every Christian parent must have okay. Here's a conversation. We have to have a Natasha. And this is in the book is Jesus God. Well is he. Why didn't he just say God worship me come on at dossier there? Well I in this chapter. I talk about an acronym. Actually that is in a great book called putting Jesus in his place and the author of this book us a fantastic acronym that helpful for kids to learn in. It's called hands so H. A. N. D. S. and it talks about how the Bible shows that Jesus shares number one the honors do God. That's the age number two. He shares the attributes of God. That's the a Jesus shares the names of God that's the end users the deeds that does that's the D. and finally he shares the seat of God's throne that's they asked Acronyms can be really helpful for teaching kids about these things because there's not a place where we would go and we would say okay here all the versus together where Jesus says I am God Fall. Down and worship me instead. We have to really get into all the ways that Jesus claims to be God in these different forms like I just went through with the acronym in the ways that other people claimed that he was God. Because sometimes people would look at this and say Okay. I can see baby. Jesus claimed that farm solve but did anyone else think so. These are kind of two different questions going on here. But when you understand all the different ways that Jesus claims to be God for example just offering to forgive someone other sands which was something that the Jewish people believe only God could do. That is something that Jesus himself was claiming to do this claim to deity. And when you learn all of these different ways it's like an optical illusion when you can't see something at first but then when you see something hidden in the picture you can never unsee it. And that's the analogy. I use in the chapter. Once you learn all of these ways now you cannot read the New Testament in the same way. Now you see these claims to deity in every way. I love that acronym Hands Honors attributes names deeds and seat. Can we just spend a minute or two on seat is that is that the Daniel seven reference there or is it son of man? Is that what he's talking about when they when they use the S for for a for the idea that Jesus is God seat he shares the seat of God. Is that what that is so there are a few different references to that but the authors explain that. Someone's sitting on God's throne and exercising God's ultimate prerogatives is at least a very practical sense. God and I'm just reading from this quote. He they say he occupies God's position and in doing so has the rightful expectation that we respond to him as God himself and so there are a lot of references to this that Jesus is pictured a sitting on God's throne in revelation twenty two Jesus said exercise universal rule over all things and that's language is characteristically used in Judaism to communicate God's unique sovereignty from the surrounding lot verses that reference that and then finally Jesus said to be exalted. Above all of God's heavenly court such as angels and other supernatural powers so this is in a lot of different places and what I love about this too and how the authors do this is that they provide all of these references through all of the acronyms that you can take us. Then you can go with your kids and point to these places in the Bible and that's something that I really wanted to emphasize in the book that it's not learning about our phases and just about taking in what other people are telling us that can actually end up being very dangerous thing because sometimes self identified Christians believe some very non biblical things but rather we wanna keep going back to the Bible itself and showing your kids. Okay here. Here's what we're talking about here is exactly what it says in where it says. So that they get into that habit themselves I also think of when when you said that seats or the seat of God thrown I think of Daniel seven when he said Jesus said you'll see the son of man he kept referring to himself as the son of man coming in great power on the clouds under under oath to this. He says this well. That's a reference to Daniel seven when God is on his throne and Jesus comes in sits there anyway. That would seem to be another way of of pointing out that Jesus is God. Okay the hands acronym. I love that I never knew that that existed until I read your book here and again. The book is called talking with your kids about Jesus by Natasha Crane. And she's my guest today. You're listening to. I don't have enough faith to be an atheist with Frank Turk so the identity of Jesus is one of the sections. We just did a couple of questions there. Let's talk a little bit about the teachings of Jesus before we do Natasha. I think a lot of people focus on Jesus teaching rather than his identity. Why is that now? Obviously is teachings important but they kind of they don't spend enough time on the identity thing in teaching the kids. Let's just talk about what Jesus taught? Be Nice to people that kind of thing when I totally agree with you. I think that parents by and large fight a lot easier to work these conversations into their daily lives. About what did Jesus teach? And he wants us to be nice and he wants us to honor him and respect our parents. It's really easy to communicate those things to your kids but the reality is that if we haven't taken the time to establish who Jesus was as God himself as our creator and our sustain her who has all authority for our lives than our kids aren't really going to care about those teachings that we're talking about they're going to have no reason to really listen and say Yeah. I hear you and I care about this and I'm going to apply it in my life and so we might get away with that for a few years when our kids are really little where they're not going to question while who is this Jesus anyway because that's all they've really heard about but the older they get their more they're going to question and need to understand why there's good reason to believe that. Jesus was God in so we have to start there and that's why the book starts with those chapters on the identity of Jesus because Jesus wasn't who he said he was? The rest of the book doesn't matter we don't have to talk about what his death meant. And we don't have to talk about whether or not he was raised on the dead. If he wasn't God those things are meaningless and so all of this really starts with his identity in establishing it and if he wasn't God then why why follow what he says. As opposed to anybody else I mean. That's really the point. If he really was maybe good. If a good advice good in what sense I mean by what standard who said You said. Jesus said if he's not God and he's not the standard. The apostles weren't God but the apostles were confirmed by Jesus and Jesus promised that he would guide them into all truth so we can accept what they said about. Jesus on the same level that Jesus we accept what Jesus says. I'm reminded of Greg. Coca-cola mutual friend who talks about a tactic. What a friend we have in Jesus meaning that look if somebody asks you a controversial question about something like what do you think a same sex marriage? You can go well. It doesn't matter what I think about it. But here's what Jesus said about it. He said marriage is between a man and a woman. So if you want to argue with that you could argue with. Jesus not me because because what I say. I'm not the standard. It doesn't matter what I say. What matters with Jesus says so? You're absolutely right. We establish identity. And that's what this book will do. We need to establish the identity of Jesus before the teachings really have more weight behind them and how about some of the teachings by the way. Jesus wasn't always nice. That's a myth Natasha. And you point that out. What does he teach about health for example? Is it nice to talk about today? Jesus talks about Hell and you have a you have a chapter on what Jesus taught about. Hell yeah it depends on what you mean by talking about something. That's nice pleasant for us to hear. Well it probably isn't pleasant but isn't the right thing to do. If held is reality absolutely and so I think that parents really struggle with talking about holiday treated like pg thirteen kind of subject. And I've actually had parents tell me before that their kids were getting to be teenagers and they thought it was time that they have a conversation about hell and I just I just really was struck by that when I when I heard of the first time. I've heard so many times sense because parents feel like it's not something that's appropriate but when we look at what Jesus taught about how we see that number one he taught that hell Israel so we have to start their you know sometimes people WanNa say oh. Well maybe it's just you know a metaphor really mean that. Jesus absolutely taught the hell Israel. He taught the hell a punishment after final judgment so a lot of times and I and I quote some of these people on the book. Sometimes people say that while we don't really know if there is a hell or maybe it's just a temporary thing. Jesus specifically taught about it being a punishment after after final judgment in not just some kind of temporary thing in that Matthew Twenty five and then finally he taught the hell is not something to take lightly that this is something. He used very strong words and imagery to reflect this. And we don't necessarily need to take all of those images literally in terms of you know there's fire and and there's darkness a lot of things going on but what we can say is that all of this is meant to tell us that hell is a bad bad thing and we need to pay attention to that so. I think that the parents most need to understand when it comes to subject of how once we've established okay. These are our parameters that were working with that Jesus tie. How do we respond end for Christians? We don't need to feel like we are fearful of Hell because God has given us away out of how he has offered us the free gift of forgiveness so that we will be saved and so our kids need to understand. There's no condemnation for those who are in Christ. Jesus we don't have anything to fear but if you're not in right relationship with God that's when you do have something here and I was come back to that because skeptic so often say that Christianity is a fear based religion will. You shouldn't be fearful if you're in right relationship with God but if you're not then absolutely there is something to fear and I think that that's the reality of of our world what we need to understand about a subject and if there is no hell. What's the purpose of Jesus? What are we saved from? We're not saved from anything. If there is no hell we die. And that's it reason Jesus came was because he he came not to to be served but to serve and to give his life as a ransom for many. That's what he says in John. Ten forty five a ransom if there's nothing to be saved from then there's nothing a. There's nothing to that statement that Jesus said he came right..
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"Bill Crain CSI crane joins us this morning I bill thanks for a jeopardy here after short night good morning so what did last night's debate do if anything to help democratic voters make up their minds especially with the move over hearing today more this with this was more about looking at the issues and agreeing with each other more than any bleeding blood on the stage well I thought that took some shots at each other not the heavy ones and I didn't think there was anybody who left the stage bleeding but I thought the vice president had another very flat performance and continued his kind of series of gaps and things that made him look like he's not in touch with the rest of the field or even a lot of Democrats Merope but a judge continues to be a stand out in terms of his composure new ideas like is college plan and kind of coming away again a little bit better than he had been the night before the last debate and I also think healthy Gabbar is one of those candidates who may stand out a bit from the field in terms of issue positions but it communicates them very well maintained a good town even when she is under attack in a very hot exchange with Kamal Harris kind comes away may maintaining a decorum in a in a posture that doesn't shoot back at an individual but basically says she does that she wants to return the Democratic Party to the people instead of the ruling class if you will of those who would continue the regime change public policy on the foreign policy that he believes the last several ministrations in both parties have a bill I wanted to get your reaction one of the Georgia centric issues that came up in last night's debate right here in this great state of Georgia it was the voter suppression particularly of African American communities that prevented us from having a governor Stacey Abrams right I would've the numbers really say about that bill the most recent evidence pointing to this being more of a conspiracy in fact although it's a very emotional argument it does turn out voters with the list of three hundred thirty thousand it was released to to can be considered for purging after six years of nonvoting activity three hundred people statewide have contacted the sector state your online or through a local voter registration office to earn seventy of those all Lowndes county do a do a glitch in the Valdosta area meaning thirty people of three hundred thirty thousand people across the state weren't supposed to be or aren't actually not voting anymore because their deceased they don't live in the district that on the property more Aaron diamond channel two went door to door in a precinct in southwest Atlanta that was almost entirely democratic and almost entirely African American he went from empty lot boarded up home to residents is no longer in the name of the prior address the and found basically every name on that list probably should be on that list to be removed from the voter rolls because they're no act no longer an active voter that on the property in a live the jurisdiction or their to see straight moved away not to forget to add record registration record turn out the last time around to bill Crain and minority voters in particular right now the minority voters have a higher percentage of registered voters made then they do the population thanks for clearing that up Sir Percy bill Crain always appreciate have a great day a USB time is six forty nine WSB meteorologist this dependable five day forecast sponsored by Breda pest management they handle bar exam critters well some clouds today but none the less another terrific autumn afternoon in store for us after a chilly start temperatures will be a bit above normal in the afternoons through Saturday then colder's Sunday after rain Saturday I have to one inch on average looks dry Sunday chance of rain returns next Wednesday as of now at least thanksgiving looks dry for today there are ten on the train knowledge meter mostly sunny to partly sunny highs sixty six to sixty nine low tonight forty six tomorrow partly cloudy to mostly cloudy a.
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"Podcast from Crain's Chicago business nice to see you hello so having done this show you know I live in the suburbs I live in southern Lake County and I've seen some of the business is near and dear to my heart be sucked downtown I'm not the not the least of which is the Chicago Bulls a waste of bulls all right yeah you know of friends who were coaches and all of that and then rom Emanuel brought them downtown that's a you know sort of it maybe not a perfect example Walgreens and others to keep bringing up a lot coming to the new posts are they all post office and all these big company McDonald's very big yeah I know Danny Ecker writes historian cranes about how what companies are starting to move out yeah well I talked to Danny today on the podcast about this really interesting story about how some companies are kind of like you know what we don't want to move downtown we're gonna stay put or we can have a little bit of a satellite and it's about really responding to workers needs because a couple things are happening one millennials are older we still use the word millennial to me as if they're young twenty is that right they're in their mid thirties now so you know that's an age when a lot of people are starting families who a lot of these companies had moved downtown to attract millennial talent well they live in the burbs right so we're seeing that you know he made the point that it'll be interesting to compare these trends against the twenty twenty census once that data is out to see just where do people live what's happening but it's a lot of a sense of companies don't really want to lose some of their young younger workers and so they're like you know what maybe we'll just invest in the burbs and make it a really fun place to work some of the cachet of working downtown some of the perks make it just cool to be here so make Schomburg feel like Fulton market good luck but okay as you said right the the the go take some cash I think to do that yes and then you know that brings us to the money because there was a kind of this exodus for downtown that leave some major bargains in the suburbs right now and so Danny Ecker made the point that just a few years ago less than ten years ago it was about forty nine percent more to rent an office in downtown than out in the burbs and he makes the cabbie out of like it's not not uniformly so closer to where is less expensive than you know northern Lake County things like that but generally speaking it's forty nine percent now it's seventy five percent more so I mean that's pretty significant so if you're you know like well we want to invest more in our company we want to save some money that's a good way to do it then so and do it but then I wonder too because there's this huge apartment glut coming right everywhere you look there China apartment buildings being built is this are we seeing sort of a jug of crucial reversal that's what I asked him and he said you know any anybody in commercial real estate any other brokers will still say no the trend is still going towards downtown people are still going downtown but something is happening is it a leveling out is it that companies are using co working spaces and saying he called me a touchdown office so that you can be downtown if you have a big client coming in you want to meet with downtown there's people that you know if you have workers maybe sales that when a check in an office downtown they have a place to do so but then the headquarters is out in the burbs you know we're seeing kind of stuff like that but it was an interesting idea of that what's what is happening nothing's forever right but if this seems to have been a pretty quick when I sing it to turn around I would just like to to people are starting the I. the suburbs again yep so it might it might kind of balance out a little bit okay it was a really interesting conversations also store that's a really yelled too many words for me as it with Blue Cross insurance anytime insurances involved it's a lot of work we're all involved in the open enrollment these days are many of us is our is what down our what is this new Blue Cross product so Blue Cross association which is the network of all of them right and so Blue Cross blue shield of Illinois is part of that they're they're teaming up with other blue plant blue plans to make this kind of nationwide provider network and it's the idea of helping give employers on option to help you know save costs that's a big thing healthcare costs for your workers is a big deal so it's kind of in it it's being presented is that it's going to help control rising health care costs and make this nationwide network of providers you know I was kind of looking around on line I'm always interested in kind of the what's the reaction what are people saying in Russia media about this what it seems like you know initially people like this is going to make this so much easier and then it became this seems like I have fewer choices so then you know you start digging and and fact finding from around there it does seem like it may be it's going to streamline a lot of processes and a lot of things I don't know whether that means it's going to give you less options as a patient or not for two it is a high performance plan but what that means is that it's rare to do what is most likely to work most quickly kind of that high kind of high performance indeed so it's it's less like well let's kinda see let's order a bunch of more like this is the event you know evidence based was the was the term that was camping associate with this it's like this is what works this is what we're gonna do Amy goose is the host of.
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Chicago's Fulton Market Office Building Sells for Record $50M
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"Big Crain training facility on Foley road in the Crosby area. Houston chronicle reports. Trump heads to Houston Wednesday to boost oiling gassed oil and gas sector. President Trump will travel to Houston Wednesday to announce executive orders aimed at speeding up pipeline and other energy projects and expanding oil and gas natural sorry. Expanding oil and natural gas production. Senior White House official said president scheduled to appear at the international union of operating engineers international training and education center in Crosby a union run training facilities spread over two hundred sixty five acres there. He is expected to speak about how he plans to aid United States booming domestic oil and gas production and further shift away from foreign imports. For now. The White House won't release the exact details of the executive order, but the senior official said the executive orders, which streamlined permitting and help energy companies to quote, avoid unnecessary red tape. I don't offer financial advice or stock picking choices. But when the president is making it a high priority of his administration to remove the red tape. Of oil and gas. You might want to consider moving a touch of your portfolio into that sector. Oiling gas energy energy independence for America is a high priority for the Trump administration, and it's a potentially lucrative. Initiative for our country. And the fact that everyone wouldn't be behind this. If only the Democrats could get some credit for this. That'd before it. Officials said quote, American families and businesses in states with energy restrictions will be able to access affordable and reliable domestic energy resources record oil and gas production led by Texas has played a role in both domestic and foreign policy for the Trump administration with US crude oil production now at more than twelve million barrels a day surpassing both Saudi Arabia and Russia. It has provided the administration more leeway in targeting sanctions at oil producers such as Iran and Venezuela without fearing a spike in oil prices. How many of you out there or your parents or grandparents can vary clearly recall, the Arab oil embargo? The first time you knew the words OPEC. In about seventy three. And there you were there memo was there Pappa was with that big Cadillac. That y'all had been looking forward to that. They had worked so hard for that big long Buick that big long-ruling. Can they were so proud of that El Camino s s that dad finally was able to afford maybe that cougar that must die mach five. And now all of a sudden oil prices through the roof and people started looking at Hondas. And that's what happened. I've told the story before but our audience is always turning over. So I'll tell it again because it's it's a fun story to tell and it let's talk about one of my life mentors. Walter civilly the late great Walters. Italy. He and. He and a friend of his were lawyers big law firms. Walter was at Hudson and Grundy getting ready to move to a firm. Call Adele sap. Charlie sap was something of a superstar lawyer in this town, and they were they were recruiting this young lawyer early to mid thirties. Walter simply over to their firm. Walter was kind of a counselor to wealthy influential people in this town, which was how I met a lot of people because when he asked him to meet with me, they said if Walter wants to meet with you all meet with you. And that was my foot in the door, well hutcherson Grundy couldn't hold Walter. He'd gotten too big for that firm. So he's looking to go to this other firm his career is on the uptick. He's got he's got two girls and two boys. And but he's starting to really do. Well, and his friend was that I believe Butler and Binion. And he was at about the same point. They lived in Larchmont at the time, and they carpooled in on occasion. And his friend was representing Toyota, which was a very little known company out of California. And they were trying to put a dealership here. They were trying to get a foothold into the Texas car market and really into the American car market, and Walter told his friend his friend was gonna leave the practice of law, which you just didn't do back. Then it was it was considered so glamorous. And you've worked so hard to get there. And it was a. Ticket to to if not well than than prominence, and and good life, and Walter told his friend see if I can remember when he said, there's three reasons you should not do this number one. You don't know anything about cars, number two. The Japanese don't make good cars and Americans will never buy them. And number three. The only car Americans are ever gonna buy is American made cars, I can't believe I remember those Americans will only ever buy American made cars not far and made little cars like that. When the embargo goes away. You know, people are not aware by can go back to Cadillacs number two. No, America's will never buy Japanese cars and number three. You don't know.
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"Crain's Chicago business WGN radio. Todd manley. Thank you our audience for being here. And thank you to those. Joining us. I'm WGN radio at this time. We're going to head back to Justin Kaufman in the WGN studios. He's going to absorb a little bit about what we talked about here tonight in his state of the region discussion backs WGN studio you go. Thank you very much in the crew over at the forum this more this evening, Crain's Chicago business and WGN heard a lot from nine candidates that were featured. And of course, we'll hear a lot more and what we're gonna do. Now. Now is talk a little bit about the state of the region also breakdown what we heard tonight in the form carry Lester is here. Carol caravels until Mike appointee is gonna join us as well. And we're gonna get to that all after the news coming up here. But lots the lot to unpack from tonight. It seemed like there were four big areas of concentration corruption. Of course, the second question was why should people vote for the candidates, but they also got into how they would fix the pension deficits, and also, of course, crime and public safety. And it seemed like a lot of a lot of the candidates for going after the front runners in this case, Toni preckwinkle, the president of the Cook County board who questions, of course, about getting contributions from alderman, Ed Burke, and sort of back and forth as we heard. The question Justin when they asked who they each would vote, really Wilson. Yes. And a mirror Enya got I would say more than half the votes. It's funny. You know, it's interesting, and it's a it's a hard question for any candidate. Sure. Who would you vote for because we're obviously still in a race? That is very undecided. And that is a that's a hard question and a loaded question for them. But I liked Wilson's answer. Which is I just changed. My name myself. This is always good. All right. We're going to get that broadcast underway. Three one to ninety one seventy two hundred what did you think of the form tonight? And also talk about what's going to what what the mayor Chicago. What impact the mayor of Chicago has not only on the city, but the region that's all coming up here on seven twenty WGN. But first, let's get to the news with Andrea darlas. Andrea and a fifteen year old boy shot to death near adult and alternative high school this afternoon shot multiple times, you're one hundred forty four th street and Indiana avenue about three thirty in the afternoon near the academy for learning high school community activists Andrew home said the team. He died from his injuries while he was in surgery. He's fifteen didn't have any idea on him still not clear if he was a student at the school or lived in the area a baby was born on a CD bus during the busy Wednesday morning commute. Guadalupe Laura thought she'd make it to the hospital on time after she felt those contractions, but the baby had other plans. Samantha santana. Oh, Laura was born weighing seven pounds seven ounces. She wasn't expected for another week, but this morning or mom Felder south going into labor, Laura and her husband boarded the number nine bus hoping to get to mercy on time. They got only as far as Ashland insure MAC before. Samantha just couldn't wait any longer. Mom, and baby are doing great and to tour or not the tour R Kelly said Tuesday was planning an international tour. But in Australian lawmaker wants the country to ban them from performing if the contra plan goes forward embattled musician announced on social media, Tuesday, he'd be going to Australia New Zealand and Sri Lanka. But the tweet was later deleted. It said instead today see y'all soon accompanied by a picture of Kelly in the declaration the. No dates or venues were revealed, traffic and weather next on WGN. We came looking for real Maine winter. And we found it we were headed.
"crain" Discussed on WJR 760
"Kick-starting big plans city works to spur action on long-stalled development projects. Yes. There's a whole whole group large group of of redevelopment projects in Detroit mid-size hundred department type things. That the city has awarded over the past several years that for one reason or another having a hard time getting off the ground. So the city doing a big review talking to these folks trying to see what can we do to get shovels in the ground in the next three to six months? They're putting pressure on partly because there's there's some out there a recession the next couple of years, which would make it even more difficult to get the project started if they can get more of them underway. They're more likely to finish them, obviously includes which projects such as paradise valley. Harmony park redevelopment and many others. We have a big long list. Hopefully, hopefully, they'll have some success in in getting these projects moving. Yeah. Well, certainly would hope so because we've had a lot of success with a lot of projects thus far. I would like to can't always stay hot and pushing and win. They developed and real estate development is complicated. Putting together financing and clear title in and this. And that is you know, it's it's it's not an easy business. Interesting that that Delphi technologies. I had to do a double take when I got my super-secret early Inc. Still wet copy of Crain's Detroit business over the weekend at the house. I look twice at this story with with what's going on with a new CEO at Delphi technologies. Doc. Yeah. They they've hired Richard out to to run to run the company. He is of course, the son of dick Dow who was the longtime Boston American Axle, both his sons were executives. There is other son is still the CEO mcdavid CEO now, right? Yes. Yup. Yup. He's divide that Richard taking the reins at Delphi. Big challenge. This is the part of Delphi that that was the the power powertrain business the fancy electronics business editor time when really the, you know, the makers are turning away from from gas powered engines toward electric, so it's it's company. That's that's. Flex for a while. All right. Well, we certainly wish him well. And he's got a great company. We were we were there from the beginning of Delphi. JT Battenberg the third who was given their project with the belief that it would fail, and he wouldn't let it fail and that was a long long story long long road overs over the last twenty five years. The rumblings column says you have some news that Dave Hillenbrand who just finished up chairing the appropriations committee in the state Senate is going to join a lobbying firm east going directly from from from the Senate to to to lobbying. He's joining the Kelly costarring lobbying firm founded by by impart by former attorney General Frank Kelly. It's not necessarily surprising news. We'll get people talking for sure because because it has long been criticism of people going directly from government to to the lobbying. There's been a passing of the torch. I spoke to Keith Crain that too long well, probably around Christmas to say merry Christmas and all of that. But he talked about basically passing the torch to son Casey who has been president for a while. Now, it's Casey that's that's writing the editorial in Crain's Detroit business, and he did a fine. One on the auto show. Matter of fact, came case Casey is as publisher of Crain's Detroit going to be rating is gonna be writing columns, and he made a debut this week. Really good. Really good Columbine. The auto show taking a part of you know, why it sees the need to change and besides just moving from January to June. But really changing the whole shape of this show to include more more more interactive exhibits, outdoor stuff that sort of thing a really strikes optimistic tone on the opportunity that this provides. Of course, has a huge economic impact here. And and it really needs to succeed in this transition at a time when Otto shows are changing in the automakers are a mess less than less and less valuable at least in their old attorneys. I hope they remember just how valuable this one is to the city right half billion dollars worth of importance to our area. Mike Lee, always a pleasure Super Bowls. Yeah. Right..
"crain" Discussed on Post Show Recaps
"Do you think that like in the universe of the haunting of hill house, Hugh Crain like man that kid looks a lot like me like that could have been me as a child hanging out with the get another ghost? That's following him around. Right. Like, he would have been it would have been like thirty years old when he came out that it's fun to think about that sort of thing. Like, it's on the show. Does a lot of that a lot of that layered kind of connection. I already mentioned that the doctor Dr Montague played Luke in the original movie, adaptation and out. That's Russ Tamblyn. Great great actor whose doctor Jacoby on twin peaks spectacular. So this is this is well trod material for him. I believe and there are there are other weird things like that throughout and just like the Sanderson clinic where Luke goes is the name of Luke Luke last name in the novel, Luke, Sanderson. And so there are there are just little connections. And there are lines of dialogue. Couple of. Stars is a big thing. That's from the book that you see throughout this show. There's the the grand killing there's a there's a horrible poem. That's recited at one point. I think it's by MRs Dudley that is something that's recited in the book. There are a lot of those kind of connections throughout that. Are that are present in the in the in the in the novel that are a little head nuts. And I think there are plenty of times where the dialogue is a straight lift, including the monologue about whatever, you know, he'll house not sane stood against that sort of dialogue is directly from the book and whatever walk their walked alone is a big line from the book. And certainly like I said a big change. When at the end of the series is whatever whatever walk their walked together. So certainly something I don't know it just there's a lot of there's a lot of great stuff in this show. And I definitely hope that people who enjoyed the show enjoyed our podcast about it anything else you wanna add or is that a good place to let this guy. Oh my God. I just it's terrifying. And I don't want him to mid so scary. I don't want you to make more. I want him to stop here..
Investors Nervous With Fed Meeting Ahead
"Shutdown and currently very much on anything fed related at all. And so it seems like it's just this sort of confluence of factors a lot of uncertainty. That's really keeping people on the edges of their seats. Do you think part of the volatility certainly leading up to tomorrow's announcement by the fed is is. Uncertainty about what they're gonna do sorta causing the uncertainty, or is there an effect issue here with the fed now looking at the markets going, you know, what I mean? Yeah, you know, it does seem like we may have some sort of a feedback loop as someone who covers the fed thirty day in day out. I can't say that they've generally don't take a lot of signal from near-term market news. Now, extended volatility that bleeds through to the real economy is something that they definitely worry about it. It's not that they don't care about markets. But they I don't think are going to to make decisions based on any short-term moves key point short. Short-term volatility not bleeding through to the real economy. Right. That's that's a key factor. Exactly. That's the that's really the distinction. It's not that. They're ignoring it. It's what they care about. At the end of the day is really conomic growth. Gotcha. To the president's tweet this morning and a couple of tweets in the last couple of days, he's leaning on the fed. That's not unusual. What you know the way he's doing it is sort of unusual. But let me ask you this. Is it possible that the president is right that perhaps what is needed now from the fed is maybe not a rate increase with some signs that there may be some slowing in this economy. Maybe the federal to take a pause. I think plenty of people would agree with that assessment. You know, a lot of the data is coming in in a way that point Steph had pies being a good idea at the end of the day, though, you know, the fed is going to have to make that decision. They very much signaled a hike this month. And so it would be surprised if they didn't make it also in light of the president leaning on them. It would be tough for them to back off. Now. Right. Just. It would open questions on my Judas. Molly covers the economy for Bloomberg Gina. Thanks a lot. Really? Appreciate your. Thank you. All right. Take it easy. All right. As I said, there is something of an economic conundrum going on right now, which is complicating the whole conversation about the fed, and what it might or might not do tomorrow. There's plenty of data that shows the economy's doing pretty well right now job growth consumer spending to name just a couple. But there is stuff to worry about as well in your time survey of CEO's not too long ago found half of and thought we could hit a recession by the end of next year. Now, maybe we will. And maybe we won't. But can we talk ourselves into a recession? Marketplace's should remain. Sure. Has that one? There's a story that Keith Crain editor in chief of automotive. News likes to tell it's about a son who comes back from college. And he tells his dad who's a car dealer, Pat. We're going to get a recession you better cut back on your advertising instead of being open, eight hours, six sure enough business tanks because by doing all those things the car dealer made it tank and. A father tread, boys. My son Sparta it was as they say a self fulfilling prophecy. Oh, I have seen this happen. Over forty years of business, quite many, economists believe this story can play out on a macro scale. George Lowenstein is director of behavioral economics at the center for health incentives at the university of Pennsylvania,
New Ukrainian Orthodox leader gives 1st liturgy, urges unity
"The head of the new Ukrainian Orthodox church is calling on his countrymen to unite and pray for peace. It was his first liturgy under a new charter bishops approved just yesterday. Splitting from the Russian Orthodox church after hundreds of years. NPR's? Lucian Kim says the split is Ukraine's latest effort to step away from Moscow clergy matinee Ukrainian capital Kiev on Saturday to elect a new leader for a unified Ukrainian Orthodox church. Ukrainian, president petro per Schenk, attended the council in Kiev's eleventh century cathedral, calling Crain's new church a church without Putin. The orthodox church based in Moscow has been the dominant religion in. Ukraine since the seventeenth century. The Russian Orthodox church considers the new Ukrainian church illegitimate. Russia's official government newspaper is calling it a church of war. But the US embassy in Kiev has congratulated Ukrainians
"Hello and welcome to women in business where we interview entrepreneurs and senior managers and show you the straits successes, obstacles and roadblocks, women experience in business since I believe every person in business needs to be visible, I'd like to invite you to watch WWW dot SOB. Six. That's the number six tips dot com. Which will give you some valuable information. Should you get the call to be on radio or TV, which I think is extremely important if you'd like to contact me personally, drop me a line at Gail Carson. That's g. a. y. l. e. Gail Carson thirteen at gmail.com or go to my website WWW dot spunky old brawd dot com and sign up for my weekly newsletter. My guest today is Jenny Deloite. She's the office, managing partner in Chicago and partner in charge of assurance services and the SEC practice group for the mid west region of Mark accountants and advisors. She also represents the mid west region on the firm's national diversity program board. She was named one of Chicago's most influential women accountants in two thousand seventeen by Crain's Chicago business. She's a contributing author, DeMarcus, SEC insights, newsletter and leads technical training programs for firm associates, welcome Jenny. Thank scale preceded it. You know. Well, I guess the first question I really need to ask you is why you chose county as a. Yeah. So we back when I was about off more in high school and at the time I had, I was taking a lot of math courses actually, and I was very interested in potentially pursuing a career in that area. And I had asked my teacher at the time in calculus, what's what I could do with a degree in math, and I'm sure he rattled off a bunch of different things. But the main thing you talked about was becoming a teacher and I was very interested in pursuing business already at the time and thought, you know, that's not quite for me. Let me think about some other options. And that seemed time I took a career placement test where they ask you a whole bunch of questions about, you know, your personality likes, dislikes, and the answer came up about ninety five percent accounting. So I thought, well, that probably is a good fit for me and they ended up enrolling in an accounting course shortly thereafter and enjoyed it and have pursued it every. Wow, that's interesting. My sister was a math major. Then she changed over to philosophy which was very different. And I've, yes. Jenny at adding, subtracting, multiplying and dividing, but give me owl Jabbar calculus or trigonometry, forget it. I am going to be the last person on the totem pole. So I have that ability. But also I would think that most people think of accounting as a dry field. So is it. Yeah, I hear that a lot. You know. And fact it's quite the opposite. I think there's, you know, thought of you out there of the old time. You know, bookkeepers, that sit in an office and just plug away at numbers all day and and balanced, Fred sheets and things like that. And it's really not at all like that. We did challenged every day, you know, I walk in the door. I think I know what I'm going to do that day and something presents, you know, immediately and my whole day changes, which I love. So it just gives me a lot of challenges. We get to do just a real variety of types of work and work with different clients, different personalities. There's just so much more to it than the number crunching. If you will, we, we really have to get to know people as individuals learn how to work with everyone. Both our internal team members as well as our clients. And you know you just you just do so many different things on a day-to-day basis that you know. I find extremely interesting. We, you know, I think with all the movies and TV shows that have all of these mysteries involved with them. I've always been fascinated by forensic accounting, you know, because you can really catch somebody with that. But I don't know if you go into that arena at all or not, but I would ask you, so you said you really love what you do, what's been the most satisfying about it? Yeah, I think there's, there's a lot of different things I think heard of it is I've seen in my self out of personal growth, even coming out of school and going into field of accounting. I had no idea how much of the, you know, squirrel, Susko, sales skills, marketing things of that nature were involved in in particular in public accounting.
Stormy Daniels' husband sues her for divorce in Texas
"Who would have guessed that this could have happened husband of adult film. Performer stormy Daniels seeks, divorce, who who I mean I I meet, stormy Daniels. Apparently getting divorced I could could you believe. I am just absolutely stunned I thought that. Marriage is gonna last forever. I just I. Just. It it gets better okay so stormy Daniels. Real name is Stephanie Clifford she's married to. A guy named Glendon Crain you should see. The picture of this guy he's also a pornographic film actor so that. They met in the business this is. Apparently like an office romance he files a divorce petition last week in Texas seeking child support and, custody of their their daughter the grounds he. Is alleging for divorce adultery Adult now I just I raised this question if you make your living having sex on camera I. Mean isn't it a perpetual state of adultery I. Mean really, it's kinda if that's what you. Do for, a living yeah how was your day Honeywell I had sex with seven guys on camera I mean you kike. Be sued for adultery. I mean I just raise I raise. These questions who would have thought that this marriage. Would have, would have broken up it gets better There's more, it gets better okay now, I, have, described Stephanie Clifford stormy Daniels and her and her attorney as being the two greatest self promoter, since, Barnum, and, Bailey right so as. Soon as, the husband, files the petition for divorce alleging adultery and it's. Kinda I how how can you do that, but regardless the lawyer decides to you. Know way, and, Evan Nettie character Michael Evan who the two most dangerous. Places. In the United States to? Be right now between stormy Daniels Michael Evan. Eddie and, a TV camera I mean look. Out you're, going to get run over and get injured so as soon as they filed this avenue Nettie takes to Twitter. And says that MS Clifford kindly asks for privacy for, the sake of her family okay now I I really the, word ironic does not even begin to describe this this is a. Stormy Daniels the concept of stormy Daniels and privacy is completely and totally alien this woman, who if there is an opportunity to get her face on. A TV camera she, will be flying, halfway around the country to. Do it but now she wants she wants privacy that's according to the attorney, it gets even. Better two hours after he comes out, and says on Twitter. She wants, privacy she comes out on Twitter. And says I don't want privacy she's like. I don't want. Or need privacy I want, truth, that, will, all come. Out I'm not afraid? So it's kind of like hey hey lawyer Evan Eddie what do you mean don't you understand my whole gig is based on getting my. Name in the news and this is just the latest way to do it I don't what privacy who cares. About. This Who would have figured that you know Stormy Daniels the love affair To, pornographic film actor and actresses they get married and in it, it kinda ends Well who, you know you just never know the love birds immune it's next thing you know you're going to be finding. That like the prince and the Princess got divorced now maybe not quite. All right we start to show like we start..
Stormy Daniels' husband sues her for divorce in Texas
"Really yeah well. There's a lot going on in her life stormy Daniels Working woman she's out there just. Trying to make, a buck but getting into trouble from time to time and you remember she was busted in Ohio for violating. Ohio? Law. When, it comes to the proper behavior between strippers and clients She was a little too in their face so to speak From what I, understand, it, was all a, big, misunderstanding. And she was, like oh well she was like oh also by the way I should point out there may very well have been political bias at work in the cops who arrested her in the first. Place to may have been pro-trump and went out, went after if that's if. That's the case in any capacity stop it like we don't you shouldn't use your politics to dictate, your arrest decisions as should just. Be. Equal across the board whatever the laws, just enforce, it okay but here's stormy Daniels and you know she's been of course going after the, president for a, number of things that famous antagonists alongside lawyer Mike Levin Atty and then her lawyer comes out yesterday and is very clearly trying to get ahead, of a. Story that nobody has yet heard because he, tweets the following My client stormy, Daniels and her husband Glenn. Had decided to end their marriage a petition for divorce was filed last week the accuracy of which, is vehemently disputed stormies daughter remains. Her. Number one priority she, kindly asks for, privacy for, the sake of her family and stormy adding on Twitter I don't need or want privacy, I want truth, and it will come out I'm not afraid actually kind of seems like she's flying a little bit in the face of Ron attorney statement but, either way This announcement comes ahead of this news which we. Have from a variety of outlets including the Daily Beast stormy Daniels husband has filed for, divorce last week days after the. Porn star was arrested in a sting operation. At a strip club in Columbus Ohio Daniels attorney tip the media to his famous clients split from her third, husband on Twitter And according to the petition by Glendon Crain who married her in. Two thousand fifteen he's accused her of cheating on him and requested a temporary restraining order in the petition she they write the marriage has become, insupportable because of discord or conflict of personalities respondent has committed adultery her husband says of stormy Explaining why he seeking divorce a little confused here I just wanna poss from on that point. She's committed adultery you say Is that not in the job description isn't that. The sort of the point of being a, porn actress routinely. Commit adultery There's a, couple of things apparently there's some kind of code for couples that are married if you if you work in the industry you. Tend to marry someone who's in the industry because you understand that you, get per day supposedly get permission from each other if you work. In the. Industry before doing a scene like certain people they have agreements. They won't film with and. That kind of thing he. Is he is a porn actor. Is his real name is weird they both, have different, names he is a Glendon Crain she's stormy Daniels his. Real name no is Brendan Miller and. Her real name Stephanie Clifford except in? His case his his stage name is Brandon Miller Glendon Crain is, his, real name Okay then TMZ got it. Wrong okay yeah well that's according. To the Daily Beast so one of them, got it, right one of them got it wrong here's the thing. Interesting. When she was arrested July twelfth Yeah she claims she was, according to her arrest report. She. Said she was not married on her arrest. Report so this has been coming down, the pike, that would that would be in line with they stopped living together on July eleventh which was the day before okay now. There's also an issue with the daughter they have a seven year old daughter and he. He felt for a t. r. o. that would I'm not only prevent her from withdrawing are transferring any of their assets but it also prevents anyone employed in the adult? Entertainment, industry to be around the daughter because according to an affidavit that he's, filed with this is she recently purchased an aeroplane ticket so, that their daughter could..
Will Stormy Daniels's divorce impact her case against Trump?
"Is that forty six number one is the weather Kirk Mellish says there's a forty percent chance of afternoon storms today with high eighty five number to the police searched for the second person of all that a fatal robbery us, at a country club in Brookhaven earlier. This month a seventeen year. Old is in jail now facing a murder charge police still search for the driver of the stolen car that took him. To and from the crime scene and number, three after an ugly campaign best Pete combs reports, Georgia voters decide, there's UP race for governor today, secretary of, state Brian Kim. Causes opponent Lieutenant governor Casey giggle two-faced and corrupt after Keiko was secretly taped talking about voting for bad. Policy in order to further his own, campaign President Trump's. Back in camp of the. Runoff, governor deal supports Caygill the, polls are open now WSB, news time is seven forty six President Trump ruffled some feathers as he floats the idea of revoking security clearances, for former top. Intelligence, officials from the Obama administration, free, two point oh I'm Jamie Dupree In Washington frustrated by former CIA director John Brennan is the president looking to take away Brennan's security clearance the White House threatened to do that for a half dozen Obama officials spokeswoman Sarah Huckabee Sanders politicized in, some cases actually monetize their public service. The two of the six. Don't have any clearances find out who on my blog at wsbradio.com days before a court order deadline hundreds of immigrant children. Still are not back with their family federal, government needs to reunite more than thirteen hundred migrant, children ages five, and older with their relatives over, the next, three days the. Trump administration says one thousand one hundred eighty seven reunifications or other appropriate discharges have been carried out on. My Grassi reports the White House doesn't, say what appropriate. Discharges actually entail ahead of. Trade, talks with European allies President, Trump, displays American made products, at the White House they were arrayed on the south lawn everything from a Ford f one fifty pickup made, in Michigan as. Americans, to arrange your Powerboat from Arkansas anybody wanna go fishing to win f thirty five, fighter jet Puerto saga megani says experts worry the president's tariffs. Will have a negative impact on the same American made products, he touted Monday stormy Daniels husband wants. A divorce and he is, suing the porn star, for custody of their seven year old has been Glendon Crain is citing adultery as grounds for divorce and. Asking for sole custody of their child support and alert or share of their community property Puerto. Jackie Quinn says Daniels attorney disputes the claims in the. Divorce petition Daniels received a hush payment, after she says she had. An affair with Donald Trump WBZ news time seven forty eight The only. Five-day forecast on radio accurate and, dependable on news ninety five AM seven fifty w..
The Whitewashing of Winnie Mandela
"Most exciting radio talk show the savage nation home of borders language culture and here he is author of liberalism is a mental disorder trump's war and god faith and reason michael savage getting when awesome it is rock and roll monday night one of my favorite rock and roll songs by crain loved the song brings back terrible memories of a horrible time in san francisco and since i love to think about things i think about the song a as i drive dot california street today we're gonna talk about fake news fake history fake heroes we all know what fake news is just turn anything on we know what fake history is just look at the way they're lauding winnie mandela today wall street journal winnie months akilah on della antiapartheid campaigner for wife nelson mandela dies at eighty one not one mention of the fact that she was a woman who burn people alive nbc news south african antiapartheid stalwart winning mandela dies at eighty one bbc winning killer mandela antiapartheid campaigner dies at eighty one new york daily news activist and politician when he that will be like saying hitler activist and politician adolf hitler dies it's crazy l a times when he must akilah mandela antiapartheid activists and mother of the nation dies eighty eightyone it goes on and on they conveniently forget who this woman was and who she is because what she was is what she is not what the fake news makes her in one thousand nine hundred six with her then husband still in jail i'll be the man named nelson mandela she would endorse violent methods to achieve freedom for black south africans one coat of hers said we have no guns we have only stones boxes of matches and petrol she said that at a rally and so we to together hand in hand with our boxes of matches and our necklaces we shall liberate this country what did she mean by the necklace comment ccording to abc news necklacing was a method of torture and murder used on police informants or a tire filled with gasoline was forced around a person's arms and set on fire also to abc nineteen ninetyseven whitney mandela's bodyguard from nineteen hundred jerry richardson told south africa's truth and reconciliation committee that he'd beat tortured and.