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Fresh update on "crawford" discussed on All the Kings Men | LA Kings
"That have his style. When they get used to the NHL pace when they start reading plays at NHL, speed. Then all of a sudden they find themselves. Productive And that's what I was expecting from Carl. A didn't necessarily see it. I actually saw him. I felt where he was behind the play. Behind the decision making a little bit and that cost him some numbers. Let's talk about the strength and. This may be sort of a sideways wave of coming at them, but we spoke about Matt left this week as well, and it's another example of a player who under Willie Dazer Dan the previous season. Came in scored a lot of goals in maybe a less structured system shall we say and then now with I keep wanting to say Mark Crawford. It's not my. It's time McClellan. I don't know why my brain does that translation every time but anyway under todd McClellan A different structure, a different set of responsibilities. Another player who comes in plays fewer minutes than the previous season and consequently scores fewer goals but we see in Ontario writes still very much the same player. So what are Karl grunts from strengths? I think strength is his attitude. His willingness to grind it out and go traffic. His willingness to battle that extra inch to get that inside position to around the front of the net. And then what I've seen again, his his ability to catch and release on a pass or as I just mentioned even like ten. Bucks. I think he has. He has. That's that's his strength to me it's his hands. And I think numbers previously other levels. showed that he could really shoot the puck and get to the area and and make it happen that way. And you know I'm still finding. Still wanting to see that a little bit more consistently. But. If he dies pick up his read of the play and NHL Pace. If he does get there I think his chances of finishing off plays are higher than than the average guy. I think he just a bit above average as far as quality hands. He doesn't look like that. Right when he gets around the ice, he's not a pretty skater. He's not graceful skater he's grinding out every stride. And it's choppy and it's it just doesn't look. But when he gets there I think his hands are ready. And I think that's his biggest strength. There's another case of a guy who's again no fault of his own but his biggest weakness might be calendar. He's twenty two, but he'll turn twenty three on December first if the NHL manages to have a season, the the looks like what they've got on the calendar, he'll be twenty three for the bulk of if not the entirety of the coming season. Now, it's one thing if you are twenty, twenty one and you play A..
In Boston suburb of Lawrence, Police Officer Hit By Car, Second Officer Fires Gun During Chase
"Chase overnight and Lawrence ends in gunfire. Ah Lawrence Police officer hit and pinned by a car. Another officer opening fire at the car as it sped away. Double BBC BBC TV's TV's on on a a Mylar Mylar reports. reports. Police Police tell tell us us this this all all started started just just before before midnight. midnight. When When officers officers responded responded to to a a break break in in in in progress, progress, police police say say when when they they arrived, arrived, the the suspect suspect sped sped off off in in a a car car and and hit hit a a police police officer, officer, a a second second officer officer than than fired fired his his weapon weapon in in the the direction direction of of the the suspect's suspect's vehicle vehicle on neighbor tells me that he heard 4 to 5 gunshots in all police chased the car. Until a crashed a short distance away on Crawford Street officers took one person into custody, but they are still looking for the rest of the people who are inside of that car. State police tell us they are assisting with the search with a helicopter and police dogs. The officer who was hit As serious but non life threatening injuries to his leg and his foot. We're told that he was flown to a hospital in Boston for treatment. We We currently currently don't don't know know the the identities identities of of the the officers officers involved, involved, but but we we will will keep keep you you updated updated as as we we learn learn more more about about the the investigation investigation
Fresh update on "crawford" discussed on Kap & Company
"Tonight, A pivotal game 31 asked five serious tide of one. He took a big one. How important it is right. You're it's a runaway on Twitter poll. I knew it would be But miracle piqued my interest yesterday when he think he said, Maybe they should let Cory get ready for a potential game. You're going to have a game for anyway. But maybe a game five. I voted for Suba. I can't believe they want to play Malcolm Savannah after they acquired him. Yeah, it'd be nice to still have Robin Leonard. I mean, who knew this was gonna happen, right? Nobody had no nobody. No idea, but you get the hand back. So you know, it's a little bit of a trade, right? I guess. Who should start for the Blackhawks tonight. That is the whole question, and it is a runaway, and I had a feeling it was going to be on my Twitter timeline that Carmen to follicle Crawford Delia's Suban, 86% of the audience going with Crawford. I'm surprised Superman's getting more than Delia. I mean, deal has played a little bit more, and I think he's a little bit more of a known commodity for the Hawks. But I still think it's got to be Cort Crawford and hopefully he's just a little bit better. There's no doubt he looked rusty Hawks when the 1st 1 Edmondson Oilers respond Yes. Now the Hawks are challenged in court. Crawford specifically is challenged, so we'll see if Corey Crawford the horse can respond. If not this one's over. You know, three straight for the Edmonton Oilers, and they took their heads between your legs and hope they can get a laugh from the young of Frenchmen and flee. They live from Yes. The young French Canadian home. Is no longer secure for the Montreal Canadians. Alright York. Is it unnecessary for Theo Epstein at this point to be saying things like, you know, the culture has changed dramatically. That's what he gets to do. That's when you're the president. You get to run the Chicago Cubs If you want to take veiled shots and Joe mad, and that's what you get to Dio. Joe Maddon won the World Series here. Is the manager of the World Series team, sometimes in spite of him, But still he won the World Series period with that Chicago Cubs team forever will be known and is a great manager. What he did with the Cubs in his record here. Do you feel like fantastic? Do you feel like I think over the course of time you take things for granted as a manager, I think over the course of time he took, he took for granted the fact that The player is going to be able to police themselves. There's a great failure in leadership within the players holding each other accountable for the Chicago Cubs in the subsequent years after the World Series. But the ultimate guy in charge that's Joe men and then above him. The guy didn't charge that is Theo Epstein and Theo decided. Hey, we're making suggestions were asking you. You're saying that failure Character out of your managerial purview for youto go ahead and do that, especially upon upon our suggestion and you decide you're not going to do that. Well, then, at some point, we've got to get rid of you. And that's what happened. Simple is that that's what happened. You know, I would have thought, I think everybody would have thought that the manager that delivered a world championship with the Cubs Would just forever be completely and totally revered here. You know the way did gay is the way Quinn Veliz I mean and It doesn't feel like that's the case with Joe Maddon necessarily. Does it just mean thing you know, Feel gets the love Jed Hoyer feels it's more of the line of credit. He'll also gets a lot of criticism for the mistakes that he's made. And he has made mistakes. And they hold him calm accountable. Kimbrel's is Yes, Yu Darvish. His eight victories in his career with Chicago Cubs is is Jason Heyward. That God awful contract is now you're going to see a home run Every blue Mona like you did yesterday. You're gonna see a home run every Blue moon first extra base hit of the year. But there's certainly not a ton of consistency happening out there in right field. So now he's made a lot of mistakes so you could look at him and say. Shake your head saying awful just off. I think a lot of confidence. Think what you said. Like, Well, they kind of one in spite of him, and I don't know it's just like it's It's funny to think that the manager that finally helped them win was so quickly Sort of chased outta town. Yeah, like pushed aside. Okay. Awesome in Boston. She is Frank going out of town. But Francona was there for like, at least about it. I understand you, but they want to open a chaste Francona out of town, too. And I don't know, Feel was with them when they chased Francona out of town. I just know that no matter who you are, remember the timeline of the guys Like who's the sparking Anderson got chased out of Cincinnati? D Yeah. I went up to the truck and one in Detroit. It was two championships in four years for Francona, but to your point he was gone after eight seasons. You know, if feel was still there for that, and he goes to the big 10 year guy, But I guess I just got mad would make it more than five. You know, I mean, well, there's 22 strong egos, butting heads, and nobody was willing to give. Nobody's willing to given. The results aren't happening on the field, Something has to change. The manager doesn't get the fire the president, it doesn't work that way. So it was always going to be Joe Man getting tossed. Always. Francona has now been managing the Indians as long as he managed. The Red Sox has many seasons into Jerry's. Now you think that was going to stay forever? In Boston? Yeah, I get it. I guess it's a new world. You know it. It's work, and it's just that the McQuinn ville. Unfortunately, it was time for a change there like we see it far too often. You know, we're just you know, you need a reset. And so I get what you're saying, like. I don't think it's necessarily unfair what Theo is saying It's pretty obvious that that culture needed a reset for whatever reason Joe did his job and did it well, especially early on. I was hoping the White Sox would kick the tires and Joel Madden to be honest, like he's the kind of guy that's probably good for a team like the team I cheer for right now. Would that have been funny? If he takes over for Ricky? Yeah, would have been and I would have it. I definitely would have explored it. Had he been interested. You know, so I don't. I don't think it's necessarily cheaper, unfair. I I do think that he's answering honestly in that. Look, they told you this last year they needed they needed a different voice. They needed a different level of accountability, and they needed a kind of a culture change. After the quick five years, Joe Man, he did what they needed then, and maybe David Ross is doing what they need now. I can't give all the credit in the world nine and two. Dave Ross, I'm sorry managers get far too much credit and far too much blame in baseball. Far too much football. I get coaching matters a hell of a lot more. Basketball. I kind of I mean, a little bit more in basketball..
The First Gene-Altered Squid Has Thrilled Biologists
"Some of the weirdest creatures on the planet are CEPHALOPODS, animals like squids and octopuses. Now, in the Journal current biology scientists say they've managed to tinker with the jeans of pod in the lab NPR's Nell. Greenfieldboyce, reports on why a gene-altered squid is such a big deal. Read Grassi's official job title is manager of Cephalopod Operations when I recently visited the Marine Biological Laboratory in Woods Hole Massachusetts, he showed me around a room full of burgling tanks. So we've got our beautiful flamboyant cuttlefish. We've got our straight pajamas squids. These ones are native to. Australia. We've got our. Church, which is the pygmies zero octopus, their native to Nicaragua very small octopus species that doesn't get much larger than a table grape. The work here involves everything from the very latest high tech gene editing tools to a bucket of rocks sitting on the floor the rocks are used to make habitats in the tanks and two way down the lids. So octopus are notorious for being able to escape out of their enclosures. These critters have sophisticated brains that look nothing like our own. They can solve puzzles, change their skin color in a flash and travel using jet propulsion Josh. Rosenthal is a researcher at the Marine Biological Laboratory. He says, these animals evolved completely independently from us, their relatives or. Things like clams in this provides an opportunity to compare them with us and see what elements are in common and what elements or you need. The problem is there's been no way to modify their genes and being able to do that is really important. Most lab biologists study just a few species like mice and fruit flies because the gene editing technologies for them have been all worked out. This makes it easy to study genes role in behavior, disease and treatments, but none of that was available for cephalopods. So Rosenthal and his colleagues have been building those tools I using a squid that lives in the waters around woods hole a researcher named Karen Crawford had figured out how to fertilize. Its eggs in the lab. So the team did that and then injected gene altering materials it wasn't easy. The fertilized egg is surrounded by a tough almost rubbery coating for months we have needles break. We couldn't figure out how they get it, but they finally did it and turned off a pigmentation gene that normally makes small dark spots on the squids skin. Those spots are missing on the altered baby squid pigment genes are easy because you can see them. Right. You can see if it's working as things develop Kerry Alberton is a member of the research team she says for her this is a game changer. This is something that honestly if you ask me five years ago if we'd. Be Able to do I would have just giggled and said I dream of it but you know I didn't think it would be possible and yet here we are other Squid Biologists or equally thrilled Sarah McNulty's with the University of Connecticut. She says, it's incredibly impressive that they've gotten this to work. This was like a huge advancement for staff upon researchers all over the wrong. We should all be pop bottles of Champagne. This is amazing. She says this particular squid can't live long term a lab it just gets too big but she says it's proof of what's possible and the researchers are already working with smaller creatures. They haven't those tanks to alter genes and them to Nell Greenfieldboyce NPR news.
Fresh update on "crawford" discussed on Murph and Mac
"And be instinctive and play, so you know, but they're trying things and like you said, if Brandon Crawford makes an error on a ground ball, that's something that is not going to be repeated. A whole lot is just approve anything. Errors happen when they start Alex Dickerson in right field where he started once before us a giant and he gets confused, You know, throwing facts him feel because he's not used to seeing the field from that way. You know, those are the mistakes that are going to happen when you put people in uncomfortable positions. I mean, they're just going so the other living somewhere you don't wanna Andy bag early on the home, I guess line and that's sort of what Paul and I have been talking about this morning in that the things the Giants do well are things that you sure they're coachable things there. They seem like they're a pretty productive offensive team, though they didn't put up a bunch of runs yesterday, and the Home run getting called that hurt him a little bit. But it seems to me like the elements in which coaching is a factor or managing is a factor knowing the rules deciding where to position guys which position to put them in our things that they have not excel that. Would you agree with that? Well, you know, it's it's a new manager coming no, his personnel and a lot of new personnel. And then you know the general out of playing hardboard cutouts and all that stuff so I think some of this was probably to be expected. Um, but, yeah, it's it's ah, You know, there's there's a lot of coaches on the half 13 and I think Gabe Kapler really feels like you've got a band with Make adjustments quickly to get data. The people quickly you know, to communicate. Ah, ton and let everyone know what's going on. But you know, there's always that hole. Too many cooks spoil the broth to. It's a really difficult balance to strike and I think they're trying to strike it right now. Talking to Andy Beggarly on the Emma. Guess line Giants, insider and bags going back to just the idea of players playing in, you know positions that they're not normally used to playing in, like Dickerson and right field. You know, it's interesting after he had the rough night with the with the Ah, the error with the glove and then the bad throw like you talked about In the postgame capital was asked about that specifically hate Dickerson and right feel what's going on. He's got no experience out there, and capital essentially said, Yeah, well, that's just he goes. I'd be willing to do that again. And then he did. He put him back out there again last night. I guess what I want to ask you bags is when you see a guy's not exactly comfortable out there, which we saw his first night. Then he's back again. The second like what's the What's the mindset there? What's the thought process is saying, Okay, my guy didn't look comfortable. But I'm running them right back out there again tonight. Like what's behind that? Yeah, well, I think that they realized that having more rings in left field, and that's what Steven don't care. And you know, we've seen outside. You know, we've seen what it looks like when the Giants go to course feeling they've got Denard Span 100 white. I mean, that's it's not pretty, but it really is not pretty..
On and off screen, Olivia de Havilland exhibited grit and grace
"Or ah, Hollywood Great has passed away here is more from Musa radios. When the king gone with the wind, and the air is star Olivia de Havilland, one of the last luminaries from Hollywood's golden Age. It's passed away in Paris at age 100 for the two time Oscar winning actress died in her sleep at her home in Paris. She was born to British parents in Tokyo. She was the older sister of actress Joan Fontaine, who died in 2013 at the age of 96. The two sisters had a famously contentious rivalry. In 2019 The Supreme Court rejected Devlin's petition to review the dismissal of her lawsuit against FX for its Siri's feud. Bette and Joan. Javelin sued the network stating that feuds show runners used her name and image without permission or compensation. Catherine Zeta Jones played javelin in the series that depicted the battle between actresses Bette Davis and Joan Crawford for US radio News. I'm
Fresh update on "crawford" discussed on Dale and Keefe
"Goodman. I'm not and poor Jordan. Crawford gets her, You know, and I got a great Jordan Crawford store real quick. I'll make it for you. I'm standing outside of a high school game in Seattle. I had gone out there for some college stuff, and I went to see this kid Poncho Valero. He's like a top high school kid. A place for a day and they're playing ring your beach and it's It's Jamal Crawford's It's a city. It's a city and were there and the place is completely packed, filled up standing room only, and that the two of us are waiting outside the entire first half. And they know Jamal Crawford is outside. People come out, and he never I'll give him credit like most guys would have been like you know who I am. I got to get in the gym, and he never said a word. He just sat out there for the 1st 20 minutes with me, Um and and we waited and we got him for the second half. But like just showed me a lot about who Jamal Crawford is. As a human being to do that, because again most MBA guys I would have put up a stink and found their way in. You know, I actually had that exact experience of Blake Griffin and I haven't had good Blake Griffin experiences, but I saw him once at a busy restaurant, like waiting outside, like the rest of us not throwing his his weight around. Mr Goodman. I love talking sports. This is great. I hope the family is good. Hope you guys air healthy. Tell Courtney Cox I say hello. Next time you talk to her and thankyou, pal, for for making time. As always, man has always so Paulo's wealth. They safe out there and nice to see you get up early for once. Yeah, Goodman, This is new for me. This is no thanks, Belle. But Jeff Goodman on this show Goodman hoops on Twitter. Great guy. Great guy. These air governor, I'm glad. Hey, Indianapolis. I'm glad that Ah, on that Goodman threesome love. It's hard. No told people is going to be a and and the rust. But, yeah, that pacer seems like that He team unfortunately, play each other. I.
Femicide and the Forgotten Women of Juarez with Oz Woloshyn and Monica Ortiz Uribe
"For nearly thirty years, women in the Mexican border city of Juarez. have been disappearing many of them turning up dead in mass graves. We. Don't know who the killers are very few have been charged and fewer convicted. My guest this week. Our odds volition and Monica Ortiz Rebbe. Of the amazing podcast forgotten the women of what is the final episode two, which is now available, they are incredible journalists with an infuriating story to tell. If! You've ever been to war with disposing of bodies, Israelis. You don't have to dig to her dirt. You're digging through saying. Just across the bridge from El Paso Texas, hundreds of young women have been tanning up dead in Juarez Mexico. Many artists covered in mass graves. Some have strange symbols coughed. Some. have their hands bound with shoelaces? And? Everyone from the families of the victims to the United States. FBI has tried to uncover who is behind these crimes. But one thing is clear. The crimes are connected. They're not just random victims. The women were picked. They were selected I mean there could be an abduction in broad daylight. No one saw it. No one talked about it. These are like ghosts. The numbers started to rise, and then a lot of theories were floated up the gangs serial murder. The cartels organ traffickers the possibility of some sort of strange devil worship. It's been fifteen years since I first heard about these murders, and I've been haunted ever since. How is it possible? These crimes remain unsolved on journey to find out we talk to victims, families FBI agents and a psychologist who claims the new one of the culprits. We visit, the site of one of the mass graves and traveled to a dangerous part downtown. Where many of the women disappeared? I Voloshin, I'm one of the hosts of Forgotten Women of Juarez. The podcast explores what happens when this become targets, and when the judiciary is compromised, I'm fighting for bust institutions and freedom of speech. Sorry, not sorry I'm Monique, our three, they co host of the podcast forgotten. The women of what is I believe workers everywhere should earn a fair wage and women ought to live free from violence Nazari Period I. WanNa give the listeners some back story on what's happening in Juarez. How many women have gone missing in the crimes not being? Even really investigated by authorities and then go into why you felt it was important to do. The podcast I first started working on this podcast of several trips to the Texas Mexico border specifically El Paso Texas and In Mexico. And it took me several trips before I learned something that everybody in the region knows, which is that? Since the early nineteen nineties, hundreds of women have turned up dead in Horace, and many of them met incredibly brutal fates, which was evident from that bodies when they were discovered. That been five mass graves of Women Discovering Juarez since nineteen ninety five. And yet, all of this was happening right across the border from one of America's safest cities, a prosperous suburban Texans city, and so I was just very curious. How could this be happening? How could the crimes not be solved? And it ended up being this journey with Monica that open up. All kinds of other questions particularly learn things like the FBI had tried to solve the crimes, not once not twice, but three times. When the mass grave was discovered, and suspects confessed harder Crawford was the FBI special agent in charge of El Paso. Is Office was just a few miles away from the site. The mass grave and he taken a special interest in the murders of women in Juarez and was following this case closely as a potential breakthrough. You could sense that the pressure was mounting. Political pressure public pressure international pressure. The families and relatives and friends of the disappeared. Women were allowed. Those women would hold use. Mourning the deaths and George attention to that. That was huge. There was all kinds of attention from the international press. People like Jennifer Lopez. Eve ensler involved and yet these crimes remain stubbornly unsolved wasn't clear. Who was killing these hundreds of women, and why and it was a story of vulnerability, but also a story of the deep paradox irony of the border that many of these women were working in factories, which were American owned could see across the border into a Passo a city of. A Fred safety enormous safety by comparison and that Alpes Owens could see back into war as many of them had relatives there many of them. Have Friends there and yet. Those this seeming inability to do anything and that struck me as something which was I had to know more
Fresh update on "crawford" discussed on Murph and Mac
"So I like the fact that he's in San Francisco. But one thing that they're gonna have to do behind him and they're going to catch the ball. I mean, you could say that about every pitcher who goes out there. They have to catch the ball better. So let's get into that, Mike. You know, I wonder, sometimes to again with three more errors last night and we'll get into each one. But you know, you've talked to us in the past about how you know, Winning is contagious and hitting can be contagious, You know? Just kind of runs like electricity like a current through through a dugout. But, you know, Mike, you look at the way they've been playing and and these errors just continue to happen on a nightly basis. Do you think In some fashion or on some level, our errors contagious as well. No question. I think guys press as soon as you start to see a staff that jumps off the page and you start to get to find is a club. On DH and your reputation now is you're not a good defense team. Now you cross Look Errors are part of the game. Physical errors are part of the game Brandon Crawford made on air last night Ground ball. We should make that 1000 times 2000 times. That's an heir. You can't as a pitcher or a teammate. Hold that against a guy because he does everything he can to prepare to try and not make those airs. He takes his ground balls. He works on a technique. I mean, that's something they do. Day in and day out so physical Ares You don't have a problem with that's part of the game. Right? Your job pitcher. Once you have a physical army made behind you is to pitch through it. Pick your team made up. That's it. It's that simple. Where you have a problem is mental airs and Ares that shouldn't be made. Now give you an example. Tighter. Heinemann. He he has He's he's had three catcher interferences. Those air errors. Yeah, The reason that has happened is that they've asked him to move up a little bit closer so you can frame the lower the little pitch better. All right. Well, he did that. He had three. Not one. Not two, but three. Catch your interference is that's unforgivable. Yeah. You make an adjustment after the 1st 1 so it doesn't happen again. So that that that can't happen. That's that's to me. More of a mental air. The, uh the air the other night. Well, mental air. We're Ted with Trump is he left? He left a plate to go back up a ball A wild throw when there was a picture right there. It opened up home plate, third and third base Runner walked into home, and that proved to be a difference in the game. Those are mental airs, and those are areas that have to be tightened up Those areas that can be pinned up basement base running the stakes not hit the cutoff man just not playing good, smart baseball, and I think that's where they have to make the biggest strike. I'll tell you what happens. I'm a pitcher's perspective, and we're not there yet, but it's real close. When you start having heirs made behind you, especially mental errors. You is a picture. You don't want to put the ball in play. You get a strike out mode, and when you get the strikeout mode, you start throwing your best stuff early in the count hitter spit on it. They don't swing at it. Now you're behind account, and now all of sudden, you're walking people. Now a sudden you're pitching defensively, and it's a real subtle thing. But when that happens, the roof falls in, so they have to get better and they have to get better quick and they have to do it with their minds. They have to be better mental players. Talking of my crew call on you. My guest. That's almost like an exact speech. Our high school baseball coach gave us We could live with the physical areas. You can't live with the mental errors. You gotta correct that stuff on And so I wonder about that is this is it You know, I'm not trying to point the finger at anyone Specific isn't a coaching problem. These are things that should be corrected off the field before you get into a ball game. How do you correct these issues?.
$600 A Week Unemployment Benefits End Tomorrow
"You know that thing where you know something bad is coming and your senses just kind of start going in slow motion, but you can't really do anything about it. Yet that except the economy, we have been spending this week looking at the different ways that six hundred dollars a week. An extra unemployment benefits going away next week is going to play out today. Slice is people in the GIG economy. Who as marketplace's Mitchell Hartman reports are likely to feel the pain most acutely. Jennifer Jesse has a one woman sat and act tutoring business in Woodbridge Virginia, heading into the spring. She had lots of work lined up. Then cove nineteen hit in mid March, and the cancellation started that when people would contact out. I don't think there's going to be an sat act and with money being so tight I would hate for you to waste your money for incomes down from about one thousand a week to less than two hundred hundred, and as a solo business owner. She wasn't sure where to turn it. Never really clear what I'm able to apply for, so I started with PPO. She didn't get one, but she did. Get unemployment through the federal program that opens up benefits to independent contractors and GIG workers. She's received about two thousand dollars. That kind of money is a godsend in this pandemic shocked economy says Heidi Sheer Holtz at the economic policy. Institute it's been absolutely essential. Ten million or more people who wouldn't ordinarily qualify for state benefits are getting them now. Now the Federal Government picking up the TAB and adding six hundred dollars a week, but that's about to run out rear talking about a pretty mammoth drop in income, if the six hundred dollars to expire fire, take the example of Austin Texas Theatrical Technical Directors Crawford. He's been able to make it through so far unemployment, but when the extra six hundred from the feds disappears I don't know yeah that Levy at four hundred a month with Texas unemployment benefits, which is impossible to live on. He says he won't have enough to cover basic expenses or keep his studio equipment till theaters opened again.
Civil rights icon John Lewis remembered in Atlanta
"John Lewis, the civil rights icon and George representative died Friday at the age of 80. Pancreatic cancer. His brother Grant Lewis spoke about the lost today on behalf of the family. He fought until the very end. That was my big brother. He was a fighter with a tenacious spirit. But he was also gracious and kind hearted. How to keep the legacy alive. For John Lewis, This is Chris Camp. Is there a place for John Lewis in National Statuary Hall in the U. S Capitol. Every state has two statues. Georgia has Dr Crawford Long and Alexander Stephens, the vice president of the Confederacy, who once promised that the cornerstone of the Confederacy would be white supremacy. Has been a moving the Legislature have Stevens removed. removed. The The Georgia Georgia House House speaker speaker David David Ralston Ralston likes likes the the idea idea of of a a John John Lewis Lewis statue, statue, telling telling The The Atlanta Atlanta Journal Journal Constitution. Constitution. Our Our state's state's history history is is more more than than just just the the civil civil War. Chris Camp, 95.5 86 degrees
Tyra Banks to host 'Dancing with the Stars'
"Let's move on tyra banks, who is head into the ballroom? ABC announced she's joining dancing with the stars, not only as the new host, but also an executive producer. This news comes just one day after it was revealed Tom Birger on Erin Andrews are leaving, so the show can head in a new creative direction. What do you guys think? Is tyrod thick? Love it I mean. Do you remember the storytelling on America's next top model? The you remember tire being extra extra on top of extra on. I think the TYRA banks, not only as a host will should be good, but as a producer. She has a Rolodex that has spanned it over thirty years in the business. She can get some real names in here. You WanNa see ya shields on that floor. You Wanna go ahead and see Cindy Crawford like she can call those people up. Brilliant leading lady, she's a very in-command. To to change this show a little bit. They need that little bit of spice on the side. Right so Tara. Who Do you think it would be a good house or that? Someone extra? Coming weeks than anybody. She will. He doesn't think that she'll. She'll work with anyone or have a co host. I. Don't think she would I think I. Think for her Sheep Command so much money and she doesn't need a coast. She's extra alone and she can handle it, but she has to have one Naomi Campbell because she disagreed with her. Okay all right, the guy that'll be hated, but I think my favorite dancer of all time as Lindsay Lohan in Las Club, so I think having tire eighty percent of the time Lindsay, twenty percent of the time and we've got. We've got a brilliant.
Supreme Court expected to rule on Trump tax records Thursday
"Of anticipated rulings by the Supreme Court for this term, as CBS's Jan Crawford reports. It sets the stage for one of the most hotly anticipated decisions of the term. Whether President Trump's financial records and tax returns could finally be made. Public President
Chief Justice John Roberts briefly hospitalized last month for head injury after fall
"The Supreme Court has revealed the chief justice took a nasty spill last month. Correspondent Jan Crawford Justice John Roberts was hospitalized overnight. After a fall he sustained on Father's Day. He hit his head while he was quote walking for exercise near his home, according to the Supreme Court. The injury requires some
Chief Justice John Roberts suffered fall requiring hospitalization in June
"Justice John Roberts turns out was hospitalized after a fall on Father's Day here, CBS's Jan Crawford. The injury requires some suitors and quote at an abundance of caution. The chief justice stayed in the hospital overnight. He was discharged the next morning. The Supreme Court is saying doctors believe that the fall was Likely because he was lightheaded because he was dehydrated. The
Chief Justice John Roberts briefly hospitalized last month for head injury after fall, Maryland, northwest of Washington DC
"Learning the Chief Justice John Roberts was recently hospitalized following a fall, CBS News chief legal correspondent Jan Crawford, the Supreme Court is confirming the Chief Justice John Roberts, was hospitalized overnight after a fall he sustained on Father's Day. He hit his head while he was quote walking for exercise near his home, according to the Supreme Court. The injury requires some searchers, Doctors have ruled out a seizure.
A Conversation With Country Star Mickey Guyton
"Star Mickey gotten about the state of the genre, and her new single black like me. So, Mickey, we have this tweet from Ric Ward, Who says, I think the lines of country music get blurred. What makes it country I thought the little Naz Exxon Old Town Road was country, but it was kicked off the country charts and before you answer, let me just remind listeners. The old town road Song was a major hit, and it debuted on Billboard's Hot 100 chart and the Hot Countries Songs chart. But then Billboard removed Old Town Road from the list of hot country songs and informed Columbia Records. That's laws Exes label that his Inclusion in that list was a mistake. What do you make of that battle over what is and what is not country music like an answer you that question right now, the whole over the last Eight years I have been hearing Trot beats an army melodies and country music and I've seen men wearing flat billed hats and Timberlands. And Doing a lot of what black culture does. So that is where the lines have gotten blurred and It has been Kind of frustrating for me because As a black woman who has grown up on that music. It was just very odd to me that they would call Little Naz Exxon, not country, but everything else is country. From other men, and that was a huge Dilemma for me. I had a really hard time. Writing songs myself because What was considered country for some people wasn't considered country for me. And that's where the lines have been drawn are blurred. Do you think that line has been drawn based on race that if a white artist had done old town road, it would have stayed in the country charts. I am. Because it wasn't an artist. I don't want to say absolutely. Yes, but I think that would have been a huge factor. Yes. This is something that you have without naming names. You have called out others in your industry for and I again want to go back to this interview that you did You said. I've been called the n word within this industry on DH. If you don't say something, it's saying that you don't care about me that I don't belong. Here is what that says to me. Yeah. What? What do you want your fellow artists in country music to say, I want them to say that they support black lives. Period. Saying you support black lives isn't saying you don't support Blue lives. It's not saying that you don't support all lives. When you don't say that there are black people. There are very few black people within this industry that air trying to find their footing within this industry. And if you're saying your acceptance of us You're not. And you're not saying that. That's how I feel. And I was very nervous when blackout Tuesday happened. I was terrified. I didn't know. If anybody was goingto say they support black lives because I understand that it's scary, especially with in country music because we don't typically express Our opinions on anything. And at that moment, it was more important. To rock the boat and say that you support black lives to let people know within the industry that we matter. Because there's been so many times that we haven't There's been times where I've been at a concert in Sol Confederate flags. Flown waving in my face. And I felt very alone in those moments. And this was a moment and a chance in a time for them to show that racism is not accepted within the country Community period. This is something that you have been grappling with. For most of your life. It seems like you grew up in mostly white neighborhoods in Texas. Yeah, why did you end up going to private school? I went to private school because I grew up and lived in Crawford, Texas. And where I lived in Crawford, Texas. Former Gore governor at the time was Governor George Bush's ranch was right next to my subdivision. And the school that I was supposed to go out there didn't want black kids to go to that school. So my parents had to work to put me in private schools and even in private schools, I still experience racism. There was a time I remember the map of Africa was pulled down and one of my private schools Trinity Lutheran. And two little white kids were saying In a different way. And I remember looking at my teacher and I still don't even understand what that meant. But I knew it was a word that we're not supposed to say. And the teacher didn't chastise them. She just said it's actually pronounced and that was it. Yeah, that's a lot. Luke Tweets. Keep doing you, Mickey. Music is beautiful, and so are you. You're just adding to that beauty of it. Don't stop. Don't ever
Philadelphia abortion advocates commend Supreme Court ruling; pro-life supporters say it’s ‘sad day for women’
"The Supreme Court is expected to hand down Mohr decisions today, and we're still waiting on a decision that could determine whether President Trump has to turn over his tax returns and other financial documents to Congress. Yesterday, the court delivered a major victory for abortion rights advocates. In a 5 to 4 ruling, the court struck down a Louisiana law that could have shut down nearly every abortion clinic in that state. CBS News correspondent Jan Crawford tells us that many were surprised to see Chief Justice John Roberts cast. The deciding vote heavily in Pittman's Hope Medical Group for women had argued that Louisiana law, which required doctors to have admitting privileges at nearby hospitals, was an impossible burden. The justices agreed, with conservative Chief Justice John Roberts again casting the deciding vote with liberals to strike down the law. It was the first time in Roberts's career, he has voted against an abortion restriction. Now, Roberts wrote his own opinion that the case is too similar to a case out of Texas that the court denied that the court decided four years ago. All this ruling was a relief to abortion rights advocates in the Philly area and a disappointment to pro life groups. W's Pat Lowe reports. Both sides intend to continue pressing their case is so freaky of the women's law projects as the Louisiana case was, as the decision pointed out word for word, the same as the Texas case struck down four years ago. So the decision wasn't exactly a surprise. But with a more conservative majority on the high court, it was not a certainty. That's why we're so relieved and glad that the opinion came out the way it did. Unheard of southeastern Pennsylvania President Dale Steinberg says she was only mildly surprised the chief justice was the deciding vote. He's been making some reasonable decisions, and this was one of them. The Pennsylvania Pro Life Federation disagrees. They cite dissenting Justice Clarence Thomas's view that Louisiana's law was perfectly legitimate and call it a sad day for women who deserve the best possible medical care. Pennsylvania has not attempted to require admitting privileges for doctors performing abortions. But it has imposed other rules that Richie says make it difficult for new clinics to open even its neighboring states imposed restrictions. That may push women to travel here for the procedure. We have got a long way to go before we reach anything remotely close. Reproductive justice Pat
Philadelphia man accused of four murders; cops seek links among cases
"The Philadelphia man's been charged with four murders but authorities believe he was a hit man who could be responsible for many more killings of crime and justice reporter he would lose Kristin Joe Hanson has the story law enforcement sources say in just under eight months Stephen Williams killed all four men for thousands of dollars each ambushing them in daylight the first they say is William Crawford was getting out of his car to visit his sister and Ron Hurst early one September morning in twenty eighteen when he was shot multiple times and killed sources say it was at the hands of twenty five year old Williams in February of twenty nineteen thirty nine year old Jermaine Simmons was sitting in his car in front of his home in west oak lane around five PM when he was gunned down just a month later thirty one year old Richard Isaac was killed while sitting on a porch in Mount Airy just before four PM he was shot multiple times and Leslie Carroll a forty six year old man was shot while sitting in his son's car near Girard college after another car came up next to him a passenger inside shooting at Carrollton multiple times and sources say it was Williams police are still trying to figure out if the men are linked Williams is now charged with four counts of murder weapons offenses conspiracy and tampering with evidence officials believe there were others involved and they continue to investigate
"crawford" Discussed on Work in Progress with Sophia Bush
"Know I love her to death though she was so sweet or thing. Aside from that, we had a story just this past season. of sisters that were not one hundred percent certain that they were sisters. They were getting They were connected by their father who? was basically saying to each one of them. Like outside of each other was like that's not my daughter. I don't know or you're talking to her. And then telling you when that's not my kid I. Don't know why you're talking her trying to pit them against each other. And we had to do a DNA test, which for me was very triggering, because like I said you know my childhood growing up without my biological father. I was just thinking. You know what if this was me? What if I you know met my long lost sibling or something like that and you know we had to get a DNA tests like what I really want to open up. Those can of worms, because then it became you know which one of them is his biological kit? Which one of them is it? You know and it was just that was a very emotional episode for me. They ended up being sisters, so thank God, but I was like these. Some of these issues are really really tough, and we're dealing with a lot of things that don't actually get mentioned on air, and there's a lot of like mental health things that go on and. A lot of people that we.
"crawford" Discussed on Work in Progress with Sophia Bush
"As a big sister was dated. That's like the best job I've ever had. Is You know being their sister in guiding them through life? Because that's that's what I'm supposed to. But so cool! It's interesting drawing that parallel from from being the kind of. The matriarch of your sisterhood in a way like I always feel like minister, you're the big sister and like a second mom. Almost you know yes. One thousand per there's actually my mom probably let them get away with way more than I do. Very protective like I don't play around. I wonder because you talk about kind of being Miss Advisor and this safe space for people to come to. An. End In the story. You told me about being in the pageant world, so many of the girls would come to you for advice. And I also know you know you've you've talked publicly about how you've had to really work to unlearn pageant training? Enter vern to say what's on your mind and yeah I don't know I like to be like you always did though like good for you. Even even if it was behind closed doors, and you did the quote, unquote professional thing up on stage, but Can you talk a little bit about what means like how? How're girls in that system trained? And what did you unlearn so that you could be more yourself and so you could be like a a really embodied example for your siblings. So my mom and I were talking about it yesterday, actually because my mom was the director for Misdeeds USA and Miss Connecticut USA so she she was a director. Who you know. Put on the pageant that would get whatever girl was going to be the representative on the national stage at Miss USA Tina. Say and she had back to back lack. DC USA's which I mean. That has never happened, so she made history bear than her current. Mistaken USA the current machine as was my mom's. even though she's no longer director who were talking about it and we were talking about just girls in the pageant system, and how it's very much, people think of pageant girls is just being like ditsy world. Peas follow Blah.
"crawford" Discussed on Work in Progress with Sophia Bush
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"crawford" Discussed on Work in Progress with Sophia Bush
"For women. I would just encourage you as we go through this conversation, and as you think about this conversation for the next couple of days, think about what the unpaid labor of civil demonstration what the actual toll! The work that that requires and has required in the leadership of so many communities of color, and how often the people who look like me. Follow your community to slowly. In those spaces you know I just think it's an important acknowledgement as we're talking about all of this. And I I had the privilege of sitting on some very incredible zoom calls all week with some really incredible activists. And I got to sit in on a call with about two hundred and fifty people a few days ago, and we spoke to George Floyd's attorney. And and what amazed me about his speaking on justice, and on what happened to George Floyd was that he took a moment and asked everyone on the call. To lift Brianna Taylor up, and he said and I wrote it down. He said sisters don't get the same reverence that we give two brothers when they executed by the police. He said. There and he said please do not let her be forgotten. And then I thought about the famous Malcolm X. Quote and Malcolm X. said the most disrespected person in America is the black woman the black woman most unprotected person in America is the black woman, the most neglected person in America. Is The black woman. And you are, you are nodding and new clearly of the generation of Malcolm, X.. So when we think about why that was true in the civil rights, marches are parents. Protested in, and we think about why that still feels true when we're out marching in the streets for George, Floyd and for Briana Taylor. Why why do you think that is? Why do you think that the intersectional reality for Black Women is so? So much more oppressed and filled with so much more. Emotional Labor it's it's a thing I really want people who are listening to this conversation to understand and think about. Yeah I think that it's a multitude of things and I. Think that women who are listening and I know you can relate. Every woman can relate on this level that. Even though as women we are, you know emotional being's. We are always seen as like the pillar of strikes. We are always seeing as you know the ones who just know we just have. The instincts were born with it like that. That is the overall you know generalization about women. We we have it together. We know what we're doing. And the ad being black on top of that I think that. There is A. I'm sure there's a much deeper. Understanding of this, but the first thing that comes to mind for me is you know look at slavery. The reason why black slaves were chosen is because they were seen as strong the strongest. They could withstand it. They could be out in the heat they could take. It could take the pain they could take. We were seen as. Less than we were seen as worker animals like that was the overall view of black people at that time, and by probably some people still to this day. So when you add that aspect of you can take it. You'll be fine like nobody's worried about you. Pick it back up. Get back to work. Do what you gotta do on top of being woman who you have together. You already know what to do. You have the instinct you. You've got this like. Keep going. There is A. Certain level of exhaustion that you reach a black woman for always being told that you have to be strong, because you don't have a choice because the world is not going to give you any passes because you are black at the end of the day..
"crawford" Discussed on Work in Progress with Sophia Bush
"Hi Everyone Sophia Bush here welcomed a work in progress where I talked to people who inspire me about how they got to where they are, and where they think they're still going. On Friday of last week I got to sit down with Kelly Crawford well. Sat down over zoom call, but you know staying home and we can. And KAMIN. I talked for over three hours. She is incredible. You probably know her. From being the CO host of MTV's catfish, and she also happened to be mistaken USA in two thousand ten. But this week we went a little deeper than careers. We talked about cameras experience, being a black woman in America right now how she's feeling. The marches for black lives matter across the country. What defunding the police actually means in practical terms. And so much more. She shared some. Disgusting I mean Honestly Insane Stories About Donald Trump from when she participated in the miss teen. USA competition, and they need to come to light. We also talked about why. There's nothing wrong with talking about race and. So much more, and of course has we normally do? We just dove right in talking about how she's doing. And eventually we circled back around to. Learning about how she came to be the incredible woman that she is. Enjoy today's episode guys..
It Looked Like Fire
"Today! We're sharing a story from two thousand fifteen. It contains references to police brutality. The plan was actually I was just going out there to be nosy. I wanted to see what you know. What a protest was looking live because I had called my brother. and. He said He said they're protesting. And you know I didn't know what a protest was while. I knew it was, but I have never seen one in person I've read about them in school. So I I, wanted to see one in person. This is Edward. Crawford on August eleventh two thousand fourteen just a few days after. Michael Brown was shot and killed by officer. Darren Wilson in Ferguson Missouri Edward Crawford onto his first protest. People angry, I, think signs. Here people chanting using profanity. I mean they were mad. You know the the motion was at all time high. Over well. There were people crying. I, don't know if those relatives or friends of my Brown. It was. It was it was different. It was something I never experienced in my life. That's how he described his first day of demonstrations when he went back out the next night. August twelfth. It was a different story. The people out there protesting. They were angry at the police and the police were angry at the people that were protesting. You know so it's like. Both sides were antagonizing each other. And you know the. They were out there to do their job. But the People In our I guess they were there to be hard. The police at some point, they started lining up with riot gear. What did that look like to you? Is that when things started to seem like scary or or the things are changing? Their looked like something you see on a movie They were very tactical. You know you can tell that they have been through. Very prestigious training. You know like the formation. Even when they move, you know they move on one. It seemed like they were. On one beat. If it if you you know if that's what you call, it I, don't know, but. It was organized. And they were chanting like a go home. This is not a lawful. Protest anymore. Please return home. And then there were people saying like this is home. This whole scene was well documented in the media at the time. The conflict between protesters and law enforcement reached fever pitch. And when the protesters refused to disperse, the police started firing at the crowd with rubber, bullets, wood pellets and tear gas canisters so when they shot the tear gas. Landing fairly close and the sound of I, don't. I'm pretty sure you haven't heard. Tear gas shot. It's a loud sounds like a grenade is going off when his shot. And It's it's when it's when his first shot it's. It's like real smoke in the sky. And then you can follow the smoke trail. You'll see where it lands and it landed. Fairly close to me. What did it look like when it landed? How big is it league? A spray paint can No, it's actually smaller like a twelve ounce soda can and it was smoking at the time it was the fire. What did it feel like when you picked it up? It was it was room temperature. It wasn't hot. It really didn't have A. Distinctive you know like to where if you touch you know that okay. This is not good. What did you do it? Throughout the way either just out of the way, or did you throw it? which way did you throw it? I really didn't aim for direction because I didn't have time to even think to where I was GONNA throw it.
"There is a story that Elizabeth cotten got to name herself on the day. She started school. Her parents had a mess of kids and supposedly. They never really agreed on a name to call her when she was born in eighteen. Ninety three or eighteen ninety-five people disagree on birthdate. Which makes sense considering that she'd didn't even have a name anyway. The family just kinda settled into calling her little sister because she was the youngest sister. Of course a moniker. Like that didn't work for the teacher. Who asked for the child's name on the first day of school little sis had always liked the name Elizabeth? So that's what she told the teacher her name was and for the rest of her long and eventful life. That's how she was known though. Many of her friends would one day call her by nickname Lib. Little could she have known when she was just a girl that the name Elizabeth Cottonwood one day wind up in the Smithsonian be announced at the Grammy Awards and even lend itself to a Beautiful Park in Syracuse New York? There's another story about Elizabeth. Many years later as an adult and apparent herself she was working in a department store in Washington. Dc when she encountered a young girl near the same age. Elizabeth had been on that first day of school. This girl was lost and in tears because she had gotten separated from her mother while shopping as any child or parent who has stressful. He lived through. This situation knows it can be terrifying. But Elizabeth was kind and calm and the girl named Peggy immediately trusted her together. The two set out to find the girl's mother it didn't take long. But the chance encounter made history. Elizabeth cotten obviously made an impression on. Peggy's mom a woman named Ruth Crawford seeger because before long Elizabeth was working in their home helping to take care of the three kids cook and clean. They quickly bonded with her and she made the most of her time there. The seekers were a musical family. Father Charles was a musicologist that someone who studies music and how it develops in different cultures he worked for universities and the federal government to help document and preserve the music of African American native American Latin American cultures and more. The mother of the Family Ruth was a music teacher who published a book of Children's songs and the children were very interested in folk music especially the oldest child his name was Pete Seeger and he would be famous musician on his own for years. Elizabeth would share space in the home with the Family. Who's world seem to revolve around making sound? Someone was always learning practicing listening writing or singing. Something new little. Did they know that the woman in their midst was incredible musician herself honestly? Though she was so humble she might never have told them wouldn't stay hidden forever. Though as the days flowed by someone from the family found her playing one of the guitars in the home and in a very unique style that they had never really heard before embarrassed. She apologized for touching their instrument but they were more astonished by what they had just heard. Linda's family back home. In North Carolina had been musical to when she was a girl. Her folks sang spirituals. All the time and her brother had a guitar and Banjo. Which only seem to call to Elizabeth. Whenever he was at work she would sneak into his marvelous sounds. This made her brother angry and she was firmly told not to touch them again but she couldn't help herself. Elizabeth loved the sound of the string instruments. She found them awkward because she was left handed though her solution was to hold them upside down. Putting the low sounding strings. Closer to the grand high-sounding strings. Right up by her face was the opposite way that the instrument was intended but she made it work. She plucked the strings with her fingers. Two or three at a time which could create a counterpoint melodic lines at the same time. It's not easy to do but Elizabeth methodically learned to do it. When her brother's work schedule allowed of course eventually her brother moved out to start a life outside of the household and he had the nerve to take his own guitar and Banjo with him. This left poor young Lib and quite a dither.
"There is a story that Elizabeth cotten got to name herself on the day. She started school. Her parents had a mess of kids and supposedly. They never really agreed on a name to call her when she was born in eighteen. Ninety three or eighteen ninety-five people disagree on birthdate. Which makes sense considering that she'd didn't even have a name anyway. The family just kinda settled into calling her little sister because she was the youngest sister. Of course a moniker. Like that didn't work for the teacher. Who asked for the child's name on the first day of school little sis had always liked the name Elizabeth? So that's what she told the teacher her name was and for the rest of her long and eventful life. That's how she was known though. Many of her friends would one day call her by nickname Lib. Little could she have known when she was just a girl that the name Elizabeth Cottonwood one day wind up in the Smithsonian be announced at the Grammy Awards and even lend itself to a Beautiful Park in Syracuse New York? There's another story about Elizabeth. Many years later as an adult and apparent herself she was working in a department store in Washington. Dc when she encountered a young girl near the same age. Elizabeth had been on that first day of school. This girl was lost and in tears because she had gotten separated from her mother while shopping as any child or parent who has stressful. He lived through. This situation knows it can be terrifying. But Elizabeth was kind and calm and the girl named Peggy immediately trusted her together. The two set out to find the girl's mother it didn't take long. But the chance encounter made history. Elizabeth cotten obviously made an impression on. Peggy's mom a woman named Ruth Crawford seeger because before long Elizabeth was working in their home helping to take care of the three kids cook and clean. They quickly bonded with her and she made the most of her time there. The seekers were a musical family. Father Charles was a musicologist that someone who studies music and how it develops in different cultures he worked for universities and the federal government to help document and preserve the music of African American native American Latin American cultures and more. The mother of the Family Ruth was a music teacher who published a book of Children's songs and the children were very interested in folk music especially the oldest child his name was Pete Seeger and he would be famous musician on his own for years. Elizabeth would share space in the home with the Family. Who's world seem to revolve around making sound? Someone was always learning practicing listening writing or singing. Something new little. Did they know that the woman in their midst was incredible musician herself honestly? Though she was so humble she might never have told them wouldn't stay hidden forever. Though as the days flowed by someone from the family found her playing one of the guitars in the home and in a very unique style that they had never really heard before embarrassed. She apologized for touching their instrument but they were more astonished by what they had just heard. Linda's family back home. In North Carolina had been musical to when she was a girl. Her folks sang spirituals. All the time and her brother had a guitar and Banjo. Which only seem to call to Elizabeth. Whenever he was at work she would sneak into his marvelous sounds. This made her brother angry and she was firmly told not to touch them again but she couldn't help herself. Elizabeth loved the sound of the string instruments. She found them awkward because she was left handed though her solution was to hold them upside down. Putting the low sounding strings. Closer to the grand high-sounding strings. Right up by her face was the opposite way that the instrument was intended but she made it work. She plucked the strings with her fingers. Two or three at a time which could create a counterpoint melodic lines at the same time. It's not easy to do but Elizabeth methodically learned to do it. When her brother's work schedule allowed of course eventually her brother moved out to start a life outside of the household and he had the nerve to take his own guitar and Banjo with him. This left poor young Lib and quite a dither. In these days kids would often work to help the family which she did but she also saved some of the money for a guitar her own three dollars and seventy five cents. That is what her first guitar cost. And as she clearly remembered from that point on her poor mother never got any peace and quiet. Every spare moment was filled with music. Which sounds Nice. But you've got to remember. Elizabeth was learning by teaching herself. Luckily she was a quick study. When you spend that much time working hard on something you are bound to improve. That's how it works. She put in the time and before long. Elizabeth was not just playing guitar but playing incredibly well in her own unique finger style and she was also writing songs. One Song she wrote when she was just eleven years old was called freight train. If you'd told young Elizabeth that one day decades
Even If Cases Start Decreasing, Experts Say Second Wave Of COVID-19 Is Possible In Houston, Dallas
"Experts warned experts. Warn of a second wave in the South Corolla virus hotspots erupt Dallas Houston southeast Florida's Gold Coast the entire state of Alabama and several other places in the south that have been rapidly reopening. Their economies are in danger of a second wave of corona virus infections over the next four weeks. According to a research team that uses cell phone data detract social mobility and forecast the trajectory of the pandemic the model developed by policy lab at Children's Hospital Philadelphia updated Wednesday with new data suggests that most communities in the United States should be able to avoid a second spike in the near term if residents are careful to maintain social distancing even as businesses open up restrictions res but the risk for resurgence is high in some parts of the country especially in places where cases are already rising fast including Crawford Iowa Colefax Nebraska Texas Oklahoma. Texas Oklahoma's actually a city in Oklahoma and the city of Richmond. Since May Third Crawford County's caseload has risen seven fifty percent and Colfax county has increased thousand three hundred ninety percent according to stay data compiled by the Washington Post. That's Iowa and Nebraska.
"crawford" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Right back in front the Crawford he puts in a D. for Keith right wing Murphy listed at David can't dissenter can't goes back confirm zona Duncan Keith to center ice Ryan carpenter spent today over a quick counter Mitchell Stephens some past Mrs where he No Way singleton because of that because I was in an airport or strip labor heat right circle Stevens office stick a carpenter deals out back at center ice for David can't afford carpenter with four away left rattles it Stevens the other way up the middle for Yanni Gourde right whenever he felt tired and by the hawks that later getting a teens only modest time it is in your corner to regroup bottom it may be drinking jul Scifeed cuckoo back from bata about six blocks those maneuvered out to center ice Shotton Kirk is there to reverse it for the kill surgeon four two hawks in the third John Kirk off the return feed slips free across the blood of the left circle shot Kirk pulls up a lot more of sort of surgeon huge block confront any broken stick in the process Google fired down the ice this is gonna be nice yes okay I'll stop the clock with three twenty six remaining for two hawks again like that was a signal the other one yeah in may they called off one and called the one this one I would like to inform the goal is now and they're down to so they're going to pull the goalie for a six on five okay the hawks have scored four goals on nine third period shots yep face up to the right of Corey Crawford Israeli withdrawal from Dhaka Collette pointed Surguja right point it had been six on five the lighting right circles Gujarat if you could drop holding centers it blocked bottom side to break it pretty clear nice keep search out with one arm he holds it it's at a point chanted by the networks picked up a great point point a left corner left pointed Surguja kill search Evans reports three minutes remaining let me down for two months ago braided point point looking things over right point to search up one point had been a rolled officer came out of the zone the use of mass to regroup it said arise right wing for search app I cross the hawks line right circle modded takes it away and locked it out but it is empty for the lighting two forty four remaining head back up the middle nearly thirty channel pass bounces back they had been right wing movement the thought of off site across the B. Y. well he scored a hat trick goal that I guess is going to count today at five two they say that there was room for I don't know it is what it is I guess he tied up his side was in the zone to later Lucy this one as well I want to get ordered to pass he was clearly in the zone before the war that's our son do you think I mean he was in there the point was that side what it is it's.
"crawford" Discussed on 1A
"I'm Joshua Johnson. Let's get back to our conversation with Robin Crawford longtime companion of Whitney Houston. Her new book is called a song for you. My life with Whitney. Houston you devoted a lot of your life to Whitney to her career career. I'm interested in what your life looks like for you today whether your reflection on the journey makes you feel like it was like it was worth it like. You got what you needed out of it like. You gave what you wanted to give whether you have any regrets. How do you reflect on it now? Oh Oh shoot if it wasn't for if it wasn't for Whitney I wouldn't have met Lois Smith if it wasn't for Lois Smith. Who signed Whitney for the bodyguard? I wouldn't have ever met my friend who who is my wife. Lisa Hinton if it wasn't for the love that we when I mean we Leeson. I sat down and dedicated and promised ourselves we would do our best to strive and fulfill our dream to have a family. I would not have my beautiful twins. Jeremy and Jillian so everything was worth it. Do I have any regrets. I don't look at my life with any regrets. When and I were flagged back on my teenage years you know I thought you know we had a freedom in a fearless where we you felt? You were too young to die and now I know better I know better I understand life. I'm not afraid of death and I try to spend my time more in the moment and I'm still still sitting in this chair continuing both of those lives. That's what I'm doing right now. I think it's clear. Take anyone who hears her story or read your book that there is no point in feeling. Sorry for you for Whitney particularly the way you just kind of articulated it that it played out the way it did for reasons that you feel at ease with an at peace with. I know I gotTa let you go in a few minutes. But I'm curious if there there was anything about Whitney that just makes you bust out laughing. That was just one of those goofy things about her or silly moment. Meant or just something that is totally UN. You Know Glamour Queen About Whitney that just humanizes her for you. Oh Oh man there. There are so many. I'm sure there's a lot we only got a few minutes. I'm I'm gonNA tell. You Whitney watched a lot of television television. But she had favorite shows. I Love Lucy and she had lucy down She loved watching family matters and Erkel a was the star character of that show and she would walk around the Hi walking around. The House with our pants hiked up and she walked into a room and she was like she she was very. She loved television because she understood the timing and and and she talked a lot about doing television but back in those days the the saying was superstars. Don't do television. They do movies and I. I never believed that because I felt like Whitney should have been able to do anything that she wanted to do because she gave so much of herself herself. And she didn't get around to doing fulfilling some of those dreams but I've never forgotten them. Robin Crawford her. New Book is called old.
"crawford" Discussed on 1A
"Here's what Whitney Houston said. Back in. One thousand nine hundred eighty eight having Diani mom you know being part of my family. It's sort of. It was an asset to me. It sort of helped me a lot in a lot of ways but once I Got Myself in the door and I was in there. Had to prove my own ability. So you know you can. You can lean on family but so much but you got to be able to stand on your own. That's Whitney Houston in an interview. Back in one thousand nine hundred eighty the eight now robin you said that you and Whitney had to make a decision to leave the physical component of your relationship behind to focus on other things did you miss it Whitney you know I felt like that friendship. That part of our friendship was loving bare naked. Honest it didn't feel like a bad thing but at that time of the eighties and when I think of my brother who could not be himself and I write about him in the book of how my father treated needed him because he was just different he was. My father was very athletic. My brother was not but my brother had other qualities cheese that were just beautiful. He was ahead of his time. He played mini implant multiple instruments. He was a writer. He could fix anything he he was big into fashion and because he was different people. You know my father just couldn't wrap his head around that and I think that that's how it was with Whitney Ni- we shared a bond. We shared a deep nece cemented our friendship and propelled us to stand stronger and love each other unconditionally. And you know the outside forces and the movements. At that time we're outing people was you know we were tangled up in and I do want to talk more about that when we continue our conversation with Robin Crawford. I'd like to get a little bit further forward into the arc of your time with her. Also bobby the browns appearance in her life and some of the things that you would like people to know more.
"crawford" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"Crawford he has lost at every turn in the lower courts they said he has to turn over this information so I mean the Supreme Court is really his last hope and the justices said that they're going to hear arguments in this case in March with that decision possible by the end of June and if he loses here he's going to have to turn that over pretty quickly Crawford says ruling in the president's favor could have far reaching effects it sets up a really major constitutional clashes not surprising the justices took this case after talking about the power of Congress vis a vis the White House the power of the local district attorney to conduct a criminal investigation the decision would likely come down right in the middle of the presidential campaign CBS news update I'm Jim Sean of it well the house Judiciary Committee has voted to send articles again president trump to the fools of the full house for historic vote next week following months of investigations wrapped in politics and controversy the full house will get to vote on whether the president will be impeached Mr trump called the proceedings a sham I watch these Democrats on the committee make fools out of themselves after abruptly calling a recess late last night following a fourteen hour marathon markup judiciary chairman Jerry Nadler presided over an eight minute session this morning just long enough to pass the two articles for abuse of power and obstruction of Congress the house will act expeditiously bill right cop CBS news Capitol Hill the city of New Orleans is combating a cyber attack all went out over police and fire department radios along with announcement that New Orleans city hall instructing all city employees to immediately shut down all computers and unplug network connections officials are trying to prevent the spread of a suspected cyber attack they've called in the FBI secret service National Guard and state police the state of Louisiana suffered a widespread ransomware attack just last month something the seminal across country with increasing frequency it is the new normal we had a governor John bel Edwards says it took weeks to restore all of the state's services Dave Cullen for CBS news New Orleans a woman in Texas is rich beyond her wildest dreams would only for short term alone thought she hit the jackpot when she checked the balance on her savings account and saw it had inflated to thirty seven million dollars was going to do with ten percent biting and then I was going to donate some money and then I would have probably invested in real estate those dreams fizzled when she reported the numbers to our bank in Dallas officials there apologize for the error and took the money back Deborah Rodriguez CBS news over time turning Thursday coming up to me to be able to do so I have six forty three radio after dark returns this Tuesday between the president of the Chicago Bears.
"crawford" Discussed on Tha Boxing Voice
"Sees sees a talk to me in vegas sees caesar yeah yo yo family all right all right man got some pretty good advice this weekend so starting off for crawford i'm pretty sure he's going to get the stoppage you know we're like we all all expect hopefully hopefully he i mean that's the way interview was kind of interesting i don't know i don't know what to believe anymore because he said he's pushing four but the other side ain't pushing for it who knows man i don't know what to believe anymore in that situation but i got crawford tail tail female and komi that's going to be a barn burner in my eyes and i don't know that that's a tough one but i have to go to female on that one just because you know he looks pretty good it looks it looks like you got some skill i mean asian do really give them some problems so i don't know you facing a good puncher but i'm excited to watch that one i don't know it's a tossup between those those guys the that's the one i'm looking forward to the most and of course i got my boy verge ortiz man he he's a dog may he's in my eyes is the future of the welterweight division so we'll see how it goes down with him and and i'm thinking i'm thinking harrison is going to pull it off again i think he's in he's in charles head got him all emotional national you know with all these means posted a man shit spun you bro but yeah i think i think harrison's gonna pull it off again he's going to be a good weekend and fights man but that's all i got i gotta get back to schools TV for life baby don't take good night sees caesar oh thanks for calling them boomerang dominic seattle tell you was good mike was goodness hey mike you ain't never mentioning i i subscribe to your channel again thank you down yeah yeah your so so let's talk about parents baby boy bud like twenty five crawford i'm gonna be real man chief female lopez komi should remain event and he should and task crawfish sucking up and coming mm-hmm event i'm so i'm not really feeling this fiber town proper is cool i know my thing either you know that's just how the game is i mean tasks crossing improvement is going to be have a lot of and move the one thing we like neither i'm doing this that's the meanest thing like he's trying to pull a canal or something on in to me that's just funny you know but i feel like home years still the event and you don't get to kill and colossus my still live in to see you never know what happens happens it turns bull crap from his by a lot 'cause we back in louise that's the thing that a rematch clause says we all need to know this among my guests on the show man we're trying to hear tennis club retard tears bud crawford's trainer talk all this shit man that's more represent that's my car stainless boomerang one.
"crawford" Discussed on Tha Boxing Voice
"Everybody doing that all right all right yeah put put me down for crawford we'll say qualified under six 'cause the kids me machine look good but i don't think he's going to be good enough you know conference call god low skill lots of things is bad and then put me down for twelve men for the next person on the ceelo tangles box rick as as another victory put me now for coming komai starts slow to people start saying this that one out of all the faxes weekend oh really interest me the most because that was that was gonna be a fight in where you're going to see all the highlights and that was that was gonna be a beautiful fight to come on and of course gave me you minorities every no i was surprised that to a lot of people coming in overweight like granted a pound pound feel like that's a a rare occurs i think that many people coming in overweight but on a shout out info jokes in full got appointment you you eventually and then max cattleman to events you gotta make these fights it's not gonna be there fall off 'cause mike under show this sound like floyd manny all all over again man it it's it's literally history repeat itself before i and i want to see the best fight the best man get to estimate down like ev you not learn anything they both both sides have you learn anything from that fight i guess not 'cause it made a lot of money right up it made a lot of money over time but then once we got decided it wasn't really wanted you know and then once it got to that point we knew what was going to happen and it was too late had they i five when we wanted to it would have been away but but but don't get me wrong i'm not knocking crawford pound for pound with everything that he's done but to me he's not the best best welterweight because of who he's fought what argument laugh but all in all i can i can really go now especially now that the earls probably picture for next year and that tom porter yeah i don't think he said hold two years everybody likes run around with our he's he's saying foreseeable future and i said again i don't know if bob knows what he's talking he's going to be i don't think he's gonna be out if he comes back this year he'll stop touch and he'll probably get danny danny winning buddies done because if that's true that means danny and sean going fight for the WBZ so sean on across the street to five i don't know because it was recent comments from bob arum it looks like he might all of a sudden chomp puerto a excellent great fighter and i'm gonna send them some money so let's be honest that'd be a good fighter i don't know man i what i read is what i see but hopefully you know i got hope but that's my call you have a goat but she ain't gonna stop.
"crawford" Discussed on 1A
"Our trusted critics six more than two thousand titles waiting for you at NPR dot org slash best books. This is one A.. I'm Joshua Johnson. Let's get back to our conversation with Robin Crawford longtime companion of Whitney Houston. Her new book is called a song for you. My life with Whitney. Houston you devoted a lot of your life to Whitney to her career. I'm interested in what your life looks like for you today whether your for for full real reflection on the journey makes you feel like it was like it was worth it like. You got what you needed out like. You gave what she wanted to give whether you have any regrets. It's how do you reflect on it now. Oh shoot if it wasn't for if it wasn't for Whitney I wouldn't have met Lois Smith if it wasn't for Lois Smith. Who signed Whitney for the bodyguard? I witten have ever met my friend. Who is my wife? Lisa Hinton if it wasn't for the love that et we when I mean we lease and I sat down and dedicated and promised ourselves we would do our best to strive and fulfill our dream to have a family. I would not have my beautiful twins. Jeremy and Gillian Ryan so everything was worth it. Do I have any regrets. I don't look at my had life with any regrets when I reflect back on my teenage years in. Oh I thought you know we had a freedom and a fearless where we felt you were too young to die and now I know better I know better I understand life. I'm not afraid of death and I try to spend my time I'm more in the moment and I'm still sitting in this chair continuing both of those lives as what I'm doing right now. I think it's clear to anyone who hears your story. I read your book that there is no point in feeling. Sorry for you for Whitney particularly the way you just kind of articulated it that it played out the way it did for reasons that you feel at ease with and at peace with breath. I know I gotTa let you go in a few minutes. But I'm curious if there was anything about Whitney that just makes you bust out laughing. That was just one of those goofy things about her or a silly moment or just something. That is totally UN. You Know Glamour Queen About Whitney neither just humanizes her for you. Oh Oh man. There there are so many. I'm sure there's a lot. We only got a few minutes but I'm sure there right okay. I'm I'm gonNA tell. You Whitney watched a lot of television sh- but she had favorite shows. I Love Lucy and she had lucy gene down She loved watching family. Matters and Erkel Was The star character of that show and she would walk around the high walk around. The House with our pants hiked up and she walked into a room home and she was like she was very. She loved television because she understood the timing and and and she talked a lot about doing television but back in those days the the saying was superstars. I don't do television. They do movies and I never believed that. Because I felt like Whitney should have been able to do anything that she wanted to because she gave so much of herself. And she didn't get around to doing fulfilling some of those dreams. But I've never forgotten gotten now Robin Crawford. Her new book is called a song for you. My Life with Whitney Houston Robin. It's been a real.
"crawford" Discussed on LGBTQ&A
"One of our producers and the editor in chief of the advocate advocates. One of our producers. I love that I'm going to just be that job every day. I want that for you to go. And then I'll take over the editor in chief. We'll switch just kidding all right so doc. You recently sat down and spoke with Robin Crawford for those who don't know. Why does that name sound familiar? So it probably sounds familiar if you are a Whitney Houston Fan. And for those who don't know who's winning Houston the icon the legend. I think our favorite pop diva. She's yours she's mine so she's everything She is obviously passed away and in the wake of her death a lot of people close to her have been coming forward with their own stories. Like her ex husband. Bobby Brown her mother Sissy Houston But never before for has her best friend Robyn Crawford Comport with her story and the reason why is because her story is probably the most infamous because it drew. It draws a direct line to rumors in the eighties. That people have long forgotten Some people have not forgotten but many have forgotten. That Whitney Houston is a lesbian and Robin cards here. This story and tell the truth that within it which is very shocking. I think many people and so. She's speaking out for the first time. She's got a new book out called a song for you. My life with Whitney Houston. And we're we're going to talk to Robin today for the episode as a life Long Whitney Houston fan as you said. What was it like to be in the room with her? Who I think for me? Not when we met in New York on a fall afternoon I walk into a studio together. It made Whitney feels so much more human. I think For a long time. I've seen Whitney as as God or icon this angel of a person but I didn't really think about the interiors of her life that much knew existed she battles but she was just always Whitney Houston and sitting with Robin. I realized that Whitney Houston also had a best friend and she had family and she felt pain and she cried and she also didn't always know she was going to be Whitney Houston. Listen and I was able to sit with the person who got. Tell me what.
"crawford" Discussed on Tha Boxing Voice
"Look at how package outside he was looking at a What what what I don't they really say anything about Crawford the the money was right or the opportunities but you will bounce back I mean you're the guy always helping people find coverage options with the name your price tool it should be you giving me the pep talk now get out there hit.
"crawford" Discussed on The Good Life with Stevie & Sazan
"I hope it turns out as well. You know, Suzanne was like, I wanna look right and feel right in the house to look good and and now to have accomplished this and had her have her in our home and do this podcast as well in the collaboration and everything. It's a really good feeling you guys and I just want to encourage any of you out there who you know are pushing hard towards your dreams and your goals. Just just not to give up because these sweet moments where you reach these milestones, I feel like bless box and you have says on there really, really sweet moments and it makes it all worth it. And I think if we're going to really pinpoint what the word of the week is the good word of the week, piggybacking off of what you said Stevie is. I remember the today when I woke up in the days leading up to today this big, shoot. We've been working hard on this collaboration. I've. Had so many moments including today where I felt uncomfortable as we were getting ready for her to arrive at the house, and I didn't even sleep last night. I had this this anxiety. I mean, imagine what would you guys do if you knew that Cindy Crawford or one of somebody who you just idolized in respected was coming to your house, your house is one of the most intimate places that you can invite somebody in and she's invited us to her home, and I knew that returning the favor I had all these expectations and so with that comes this feeling of discomfort. But anytime in my career and in my life, when I've allowed myself to walk into two things where I'm uncomfortable, that's where I see growth. I see growth in the areas in my life that I want to see change. But I also experienced growth on a personal level as an as an a human as an adult. When we put ourselves in environments where we're uncomfortable, you always feel so accomplished at the end of the day. And so I just encourage you guys to not turn away from uncomfortable comfortable. Moments in your life, find the comfort and discomfort. And honestly, it's it's not comfortable, you know, it's kind of like walking outside when it's cold without a jacket on immediately. Start nipping comfortable. I just love Cindy, beim. I love her. I also if you if you guys get one thing out of this episode, I want it to be that says on is older than me and she is by definition cougar? So congratulations says you've always been a cougar in your heart. You guys outed me very, I'm so proud of you. I'm incredibly proud of you. I tell you every day, but maybe I should say that here on the good life. I'm of course proud of you and you guys again, like we do every week. We're just going to read a couple of reviews from you again. They mean so much to us. This fuels are fire. It lets us know what your liking, what you're not liking, but, but ultimately, hopefully it what you're liking to read these guys and connect with you guys. It's so fine if you haven't left a review or a rating yet, please do so. So the. First one is from Mattie, Baylor Brown, and it says the best podcast I've been following his on and Stevie on YouTube since their pre teeny days. I've been listening to podcasts since my freshman year of college to say that I was ecstatic when the good life launch is a huge understatement. Stephen says, bring light and love into every everything they touch, and it's so refreshing to finally have a lifestyle.
"crawford" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Saying hey we still believe in our guys even though busters powers down even though a crawford was coming off of a down year down your i guess for him still hit the fourteen home runs last year but you were looking for more you're looking for him to step up and do what he's done in driving in runs you sow clutch was last year in that world baseball classic winner i mean we we were stoked about the production we were getting offensively from crawford and now you look at him as this is completely different hitters a three hundred plus hitter he's hitting home runs his ninth of the year walked off last night who second career walk off against the against the rockies third in his career overall and i'll tell you what this is this is what i pull away from this game while the giants are riding bumgarner and he's going to go out there every day there's some great quotes for him from last night to says he doesn't care where he is i just want to win with my team i don't care what the standings are where we are my job is to go out there and make sure we win he comes out there with a chapter as every single every single outing doesn't matter who doesn't matter where and he's looking to execute and get the wins but but brandon crawford said look i've been a giants fan my entire life and never can i remember in my lifetime saying we're going into an off season as sellers to be fair and brandon crawford's life they never really had a season as poor lease they have last year but the front office said hey we're keeping this core together we've gotta get creative up against this this this one ninety seven tax to keep these guys together and to bring in pieces to make sure we can get another ring in this window and could you imagine how they add they sold madison bumgarner had they sold brandon crawford or ship brennan beltway guys who were having career years bumgarner bouncing back and bruce bocce talked about that after the game saying hey this this off time for him where we were able to stay afloat for the first month month and a half of the season it's going to help his strength into the into the lady months of this year if we can get into the postseason and by the way you take a look at the standings i know that for a lot of this year you look around baseball and you go well the national league west is bad it's why the giants are in the mix the national league west just isn't getting it done i mean if there's teams hovering five hundred in their leading divisions circle like the two thousand six eighty three win saint louis cardinals those are teams that have gotten to the postseason but they were and they won the world series but they weren't a threat all season long you want to be in the mix you gotta be competing for a postseason spot if you look at where.
"crawford" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show
"Our special analyzing powerful pounds superstars biggest fights and this progression to becoming one of the world's best fighters today inside the ring with teddy atlas and tim corporate reviews crawford's biggest debuts tonight june fifth nine pm eastern time right tonight on espn two it at eight say espn number is eight seven to nine three seven seven six terrorist scarf is a bad boy all i just want you all know in case you haven't seen enough of him tense the bad boy now i'm ever spent junior god because aero's naturally bigger and so because he's a natural welterweight if i had to pick him against tim cor for right now i'd probably pick spent i would tell you that terence crawford is a better boxer i tell you that aaron events junior to me has more power at that weight class and because he has more power at that way class because he stronger at that way class i think he might be a little bit too big for crawford but i gotta taste at the right now crawford pound for pound is arguably the best in the world the brother is special so i was strongly vase all y'all a what that fight this saturday night watch him in action jeff on his rugged he's not a scrub i didn't think he should beat packie out but nevertheless he handed has been gotta give credit with credit as do back yeah had him in trouble but then can finish him terence crawford if he gets them in trouble i promise you you'll finish you if you get them in trouble you'll finish.