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AP News Radio
Ramadan begins for the world's Muslims, a pioneer of gospel music is rediscovered
"On this week's AP religion roundup, Ramadan begins for the world's Muslims and a pioneer of gospel music is rediscovered. Hundreds of millions of Muslims began the daily facts of Ramadan this week during Ramadan observant Muslims abstain from food and water from dawn to dusk and gather with family and friends for nighttime meals. Enjoy within the bandages now. Imad Hamad of Dearborn, Michigan, says it's like opening a new page with God each year. This is the way that is required to face the month. This is the way it's required to again guts rewards and gain the forgiveness and open a new chapter. That's why we quote Ramadan is a month of renewable. Islam follows a lunar calendar, so Ramadan starts about a week and a half earlier each year. For more than two decades, the work of gospel music composer, Charles Henry pace, sat silent and 14 unorganized crates. I knew we had this gospel collection, but nobody had ever really looked into it or really even figured out what it was. Christopher lynch is a musicologist at the center for American music at the university of Pittsburgh. We had about 140 pieces of music that didn't exist in any other library in the world. And might be completely lost. Lynch and his team discovered that pace was an early pioneer of gospel music. His independently owned publishing company helped elevate and expand the genre. I remember working in our music store. If my late teens. Francis pace barns. She was surprised at her father's impact. I think what I learned as an adult, I recognized, God, he was smart. Just a little ahead of his time, maybe. One, two, go. Average Herbert Jones, the founder of the heritage gospel corral, says bases archives help secure Pittsburgh special place in music history. Pittsburgh was a stop over point for jazz musicians and blues musicians back in the 20s, 30s, 40s and 50s. So this is another niche in the history of Pittsburgh and the music field. This week, the community showcased paces work at a free concert in Pittsburgh's hill district. Hi, Walter radliff.
AP News Radio
Prayers go on, sometimes out of sight, in high school football
"On this week's religion roundup, prayers go on, sometimes out of sight in high school football. In Jesus name, amen. Let's go. Pregame prayers have become a focal point after the U.S. Supreme Court ruled a Washington state public school coach how to write to prey on the football field. Since then, some speculated there would be more game day prayers. Confidence endurance. A recent AP North Pole shows a majority of American adults approve of the decision. In Michigan, football coaches like west bloomfield's Justin ivy found ways to make it voluntary. It was never a situation where we made anybody come and do it. We just did it. AP sports writer Larry lage says there was some pressure to increase the amount of prayer at games. One coach just outside of Detroit says several people in the community pushed him to use his platform and constitutional right to pray publicly, but Dearborn fordson high school coach fuad Saban says he chose to keep prayers behind closed doors to avoid potential anti Islamic jeers. I actually was flooded by calls and they were hoping that I would take advantage of the ruling and we would do our actual prayer out on the field. So but that's not the way we've operated forts and senior whiteout Hassan Chennai says his teammate support keeping their prayers in the locker room and away from the public. I think it's better private because I don't, you know, we don't know what everybody wants, but we're a team and we all agreed to this to the prayer and we have no problem with it. But we don't want to do it publicly because we don't know if people are comfortable with know what their opinions are about it. We just don't want anything, you know, any conflict with anybody else. High school junior Chris writes as the prayer strengthened the team's Bond. And it's okay to practice whatever religion you may practice when we all accept each other. It's kind of making it easier for us to be cohesive as a team. I'm Walter ratliff.
Tudor Dixon: Michigan Is a Red State
"Now Michigan do you still have a Republican legislature there We do We have for 20 years And I think that's where people say boy this is a blue state It's not a blue state It is very much a red state And that's why we've been able to do what we've been able to do But the really interesting part about what's happened in Michigan you see this radical sex and gender stuff happening in schools You saw that in the debate She was unwilling to say that it's a problem She even made a crack saying my opponent thinks that books are more dangerous than guns which is outrageous to think that we don't have dangers in both areas So we have to make sure that our kids are safe no matter what She says she doesn't believe that books are a problem We have a unique situation in Michigan where Dearborn Michigan is mostly Democrat and mostly Muslim and are Muslim families have typically voted Democrats They are outraged by the sex and gender stuff in schools And they have come to me and said we're switching parties this year It's pretty interesting
The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast
Muslim Parents Join Forces With Christian Right on Michigan Book Bans
"Something very interesting is going on in Dearborn Michigan. Now it turns out that the federal government has been, which is to say the Biden administration has been pushing all this explicit gay activists, literature on the schools. This is horrific because it's not just going on in Dearborn. They're doing it across the country. Having young children read books like this book is gay. Here's another book. It's called flamer. Another book, the lovely bones and push apparently these books go into explicit details of sex acts. They have pornography. You talk about rape, they talk about incest. So it turns out the Muslims are very angry about this. And in Dearborn, Michigan, which by the way has a substantial proportion of Muslim Americans, the Muslims have taken the lead. Now they're joined by some Christian parents, so you've got a very interesting alliance of conservative alliance of Christians and Muslims showing up at the school board meeting and by the way, shutting it down, causing a big ruckus. There was apparently a Muslim kind of a leader and his name is imam syed Hassan Al khazini of the Islamic institute of America. And this guy preaches a sermon and he tells the Muslims in the audience, you go to this meeting. This what's going on is bad. Now you might think this guy is some kind of a right wing or not at all. In fact, this was a guy who came out against Trump. In fact, he said that Trump had marginalized Muslims Trump was a quote white supremacist. So this is not a Trump supporter, but nevertheless he is a conservative by which I mean socially and culturally conservative. And so he helps to sort of stir up this mobilization of Muslim parents who show up at the board meeting and they start a cry of vote them out the school board.
The Mad Mamluks
"dearborn" Discussed on The Mad Mamluks
"It's just the language being used as confusing. Yeah. So on top of all that, there's this kind of veneer or image of pragmatism. Israel is a reality. As if we don't recognize or we don't see that there's a completely functioning country. Yes, of course, we as Muslims know that Israel as an entity as an occupying force has formed a state that's with a functioning society. We're not delusional in that respect. We know that. But it's huge. It's an apartheid. It's usurped land. It's been usurped underneath this piece of Palestinian to initially welcomed the Jewish Diaspora who came to Palestine seeking homes in justice and security and they were welcomed by the Palestinians and they came and they did the opposite they what they did was they started sabotage and they started murdering Palestinians and the fundamental establishment of their country was usurped usurped from the Palestinian. These were people who meant you no harm. They saw that you suffered in the Holocaust and you said, hey, you know what? Why don't you come in and stay here? They welcome them. You know what's amazing to me? Here's a crazy fact. I don't know if a lot of people know this. The only reason why we know where the Western Wall is is because the Ottomans dug that out and gave them a Jewish quarter. Yeah. They had no idea what was going on. And you know, look, I like omari as a person. We had a great conversation in the funny dude. I mean, but this is just, I couldn't understand this. And I'll be honest, like, and you know, he is recognizing this area as a social activist, right? And when we talk about the guy with the bookstore, next time you see.
The Mad Mamluks
"dearborn" Discussed on The Mad Mamluks
"Pounds and you consume like 5 meals a day or something like that, but lots of people think I'm very bodybuilder. So there's a guy that actually in that fitness group someone posted a video with this guy named Muhammad alo. Yeah. And I talked about this stuff and it's pretty cool. He had this idea that diets shouldn't work. You should just be focused. There's no good and bad foods. It's really about eating enough protein that you need, and then making sure you get whatever your calorie limit is for the day. And you eat whatever it is, and then that should, in turn, like as long as you do your normal activity, it should help you lose weight even without doing activity, 'cause you're eating the right foods and write them out of it. And you're not, and you're not having a huge caloric deficit. I saw this thing and I'll tell you where I don't like it. That's a dirty way of doing it. It's just so exciting. I mean, yeah, I mean, I agree with you. I think that protein right, yeah, that's great. But then the rest of the time, the guy didn't care about what he was eating. Yeah, right. And so you'll see. So I think I worked for people who are really obese, right? Because all really is, it's just limiting your calorie count. And if you limit your calorie count, because the guy would be really big. If you need me like 4000 calories a day, if you put them on 2000, he's going to lose weight. He has been losing weight, but I would never do that. Yeah, okay, I get it. I would still keep him on the 4000 calorie diet. I had to build the muscle, right? And I would change the diet. Oh, doesn't change the cut in his food, right? 'cause he's a big dude. He's probably gonna need that energy. I need him to get in the gym and push that amount of weight to burn all those calories faster than rather than him just.
The Mad Mamluks
"dearborn" Discussed on The Mad Mamluks
"We can't control that. Hasn't been since the beginning of time. We've had rapists have game time. We've got perverts at the beginning of time. We've had molesters since the beginning of time. Yo, all kinds of people in the beginning of time. So my point is, if those guys are out there and you're walking out there and naked and then you don't let it happen. What the fuck you mean? How do you want me to stop my rapist? If my daughter, if my kids were out naked, they get raped. All of us protect you. You out there naked. Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah. You know what you're doing. Let's keep it more G rated thing that he can understand because I know I'm in a pure guy. I'm hoping just let me make you something. You had to go to make the hour or make that a.m. in the southside of Chicago. And you were a nice car right there. You had your wallet with you. You wouldn't park your car there, leave a door to unlock and leave your wallet on the front of my dash. Now, if someone taking that, yeah, it's a crime they took it. They shouldn't do it even though it's there. But it's responsibility. They're going to take it. You have some responsibility. Of course. Just like we have to Laura gaze, you have some goddamn responsibility too. Of course. And I mean, when we're talking here, we're just talking, I'm mostly talking about Muslim women. The guy first, what can you do about that? What are you talking about? No, man. No, I understand what you guys are saying, bro I appreciate it. And you're not wearing a hijab. Should we watch there? What's really interesting about this whole thing is that this is a kind of an alliance between Christians, conservative Christians, and Dearborn, and Muslims. So if we rewind a few years back, the same Christians were putting pigs heads in their
The Mad Mamluks
"dearborn" Discussed on The Mad Mamluks
"So I had this friend of mine and he even came to a lot of people. Even Montreal. And he's a big time prepper. So he apparently him and a bunch of buddies. They bought this place in a mountain. Wow. And I think we can talk stuff there. I don't know whether pick it bro. I told him, listen, if we face something that bad boy just take me with a storm, baby. I'm gonna come up with my arms open. Can you imagine coming out in a medium post apocalyptic world? I'm not talking about him, but think of a real apocalyptic scenario. All right, why the hell would I want to survive? You come out, there's no running toilets. There's no Internet. It's not gonna have loved ones, right? You want to protect. You see him. What could I love, bro? He doesn't spare. I'm going out. You got his long enough. Good life. Bro, no, bro, I know what you mean. I'll take a whip, bro I'll be like, put your hands up, embrace it. Just do it. How long you gonna hold your hands up? Until the red dawn comes, baby. The board just standing there for three days. By the way, books were technology. By the way, I could see like roams of bands of scavengers who are like eyeing his at 5 50 as glass, whatever car. Here comes a rich person on the road. There's no power out. Do you guys remember that in the Mayan calendar in 2012? There were people who legitimately thought the world vending. And they sold their belongings. Those guys in the middle of Times Square are holding virals in the sky like this at midnight. That's a movie 2012 came out. Oh, really? Yeah. But yeah, but when it happened, the guys were like, well, now what? I don't know. No, that's why a lot of people are getting armed, bro a lot of people are getting arms. I agree with you. I don't want to be in like a Mad Max type of a movie, you know? Did you ever see Matt? Because you need to take what you are saying. No, this is bad, bro they don't have water. Nobody just take it with force. No. Roll out, you know, mohawks and just take the one along with you. You want to go now. Yes. What the name? A bunch of women lying around, bro? We'll just take them, get them. I don't take the food. Let's try meeting around. That's what you want. I'm saying he'd help, bro stories. I mean, Mad Max is still doable, right? Because you can do whatever you want to do. It's not like you can't breathe the air in the air. You don't have to live in an underground. You know, it's still doable. So are you prepping like ammunition and guns and stuff too? Not yet. Basic. AR-15 and a hand to handgun two hand guns. I got pepper spray. You got proper Spain. What is a WD 14? What the flame? Anyways. This is the thing that happened. I can find this article here. All right. Hundreds of Muslim protests shut down. Michigan school board meeting over 6 years. Finally approaches that did something. Right. Good point. The majority of those who attended Monday's Dearborn public school board meeting and took a stand against a books were Muslim. They were a handful of them. Were they? Yeah. I saw the call because we just. I don't like to see it, you know what I'm saying?
The Mad Mamluks
"dearborn" Discussed on The Mad Mamluks
"So it's kind of like saying, wait a minute, we have a way to kind of check you too. We have a way to kind of maybe find our independence. It may not happen, but it's more of a flexing of muscles. If you go to meet, of course. So there's definitely legit like a legit like grievance here. Now, what can Biden do? That's a whole different conversation, right? You're now about to engage in a war. I mean, a proxy war with Russia. Yeah. They just sent their B-52 bomber over to Poland. That is a massive plane, like they can drop all kinds of weapons. They use that in wartime situations. So it's a massive move to move a B-52 bomber over to Poland. But then you've got that front to worry about, you've got your own internal crisis with inflation at 10% on 9%. People complaining about that. Your own oil prices, and then now you have to worry about China moving in and it's moving its piece in the game because it can take advantage of this situation as well too and top of that now you have to worry about your OPEC. Your currency imagine if sarabia's schools at OPEC. OPEC secures the American dollar. On top of an inflation and current problems and the bond values and on top of that, if you decrease the value of the currency, this would cause a chaos in America. Biden has to tread carefully because it could literally bring all America could probably cover, but in the immediate short term, it could collapse to a point where it's not recoverable. So there's a lot of things you've got to balance out. And so it does make them a traditionally Saudi was a yes man. Yes, boss. Right? And so, but this has been coming up, right? Because Obama and Iran, right? Things like this that were going on, right? Disagreeing with mostly and CC, right? This tension has been dwindling back and forth. America recently decided to pull some support from weaponry in Yemen, which they find to be a problem because that's their proxy war with Iran. Saudi sees it. Itself is in a proxy war with Iran. So all these things it's not just out of the blue, like there's been this sour taste like brewing in the air. And so this kind of, it wasn't like completely unprovoked, but it wasn't like irrational either, like there's been this backstory going on. Did you guys hear about the whole Biden saying that we're in the bay of pigs type of scenario right now and we're gonna count down to our Armageddon. Yeah, he talked to a group of private donors, basically saying that we're as close to all our nuclear war as it was since the 70s or since Monday, the bay of pigs, invasion, what was that 67? Yeah. So here at Cuba. Bay pigs is Guantanamo Bay. But one thing I'm wondering is look, is it actually Biden saying that or it's actually big Biden? He talked to it was an internal conversation of donors and it got the audio got leaked or the footage, but the fact that using Armageddon, it makes people nervous, right?
ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes
GOP Unites With Conservative Muslims in Michigan
"Have gone bonkers. And they are enraged. So a couple of weeks ago, a bunch of these Christians showed up at the school board meeting in Dearborn Michigan. And they said, we got a problem here because you got gay porn in the school library. And we don't want our kids reading or seeing the gay porn. And of course, you know, everybody starts screaming. That's homophobia. How dare you, the children have a right to see gay part in their libraries. Who do you think you are? So anyway, you know what happened? The Christians, they just went away. And nobody, nobody did anything. Because the Christians weren't forceful. Well, last night. At the school board meeting. Hundreds of enraged Muslims showed up. And it turns out, and I know this may shock some people out there, but they really have a problem with gay porn in the public school libraries. And I mean they were a shouting and chanting and screaming. There were poster boards written in 5 different languages at the school board meeting in Dearborn, Michigan last night. It got so crazy the school board shut down the meeting. Now everybody's upset. But here's what's really amazing here. Now the Republican Party is stepping in and they're offering to support the and they call them conservative Muslims, all the Muslims are conservative because all of them are opposed to the LGBT porn and the library.
The Dan Bongino Show
Tudor Dixon: Michigan Parents Are Launching a Movement
"You know as well as I do now been involved in politics for a well over a year running now in this race Kitchen table issues matter All politics are local That's not just an adage That's a tautological statement And when your car's broken into your kid's mug you're assaulted or someone home invade your house you can't tell me you're voting for the status quo with that going on and inflation eating away your wallet I don't buy the fact that she's the FrontRunner in this thing at all No exactly And you know we have things we have other indications of that because we have this radical stuff happening in our schools And last weekend a bunch of parents in Dearborn mission Michigan got together It's somewhere between 508 hundred parents got together and said essentially get the sex and gender stuff out of the schools We're done with it It was a coming together of Christian and Muslim families saying we do not want this to be in our schools We want kids to be learning the basics reading writing and math Why are we finding pornographic books Why are we finding out that they're talking to our kids about transitioning This is a movement When you see people who historically voted Democrat saying if you're going to go we're done If you're going to hang on this crazy woke agenda with our kids once you start messing with people's kids that's when you see a change I mean you saw what happened with governor youngkin It's a very similar situation in the state of Michigan
Rashida Tlaib via Pro-Hamas Newspaper: Attack Israel
"Within days representative Rashida Tlaib and this hasn't gotten any attention except again from the free Beacon She spoke at a rally this month Reports chuck Ross and Adam credo With a pro Hamas newspaper publisher who urged Palestinians to attack Israel In other words the Jews That's what they mean Now this is 2022 2022 and this is spreading ladies and gentlemen This is stuff is spreading The culture rot is spreading Talib shared the stage with Osama The publisher the Dearborn based Arab American news At the second annual metro Detroit march for Jerusalem Palestine on May 15 Whose newspaper co sponsored the event urged Arabs and Michigan and elsewhere to quote fight within their means Against Israel whether it be with stones or guns or their hands
The Dan Bongino Show
Joe Biden's Greatest Hits on April Fool's Day
"But it is April Fool's day And Jim thought it was a good idea yesterday to put together a little tribute to Biden on April Fool's day And we can have some of his greatest hits And the reason we did it on April fools is because Biden has no greatest hits He's a crazy person okay So Jim put together this little ode to Joe Biden Enjoy this why I recuperate from that destructively horrible email sent to me by my kids school Check this out Most of the teams were community center Actually that's the one down I used to work It's a joke I know we were anyway We all these truths to be self evident All men and women created by go you know you know the thing We launched our campaign Over on the oval back in 29 may 9th 2019 At three letter word jobs JOBS John I got them $1.9 trillion really so far 550 corporations And the Fortune 500 I got hairy legs that turn that turn blond in the sun But let's be great And the question is whether or not we should be in a position where you are why can't the 5 sick and tired of smart guys I know a lot of weed smokers COVID has taken this year more than 100 year Look the lives it's just I mean think about it Corn pop was a bad dude We choose truth over facts Who looks like a tornado they don't call them that anymore when I went to Dearborn driving that You know it was up there I don't know man Unlike the African American community the Latino community is an incredibly diverse
The Dan Bongino Show
Joe Biden Proves Again He Can't Retrieve Information nor Formulate a Paragraph
"Jim qubit two Let's get to that quick Here's Biden yesterday is what I'm talking about He can not retrieve information Listen to the delays as you try to formulate a paragraph and sentences Check this out But my two point out when I went to Dearborn driving that you know was up there I don't know man I think the press thought I was crazy I enjoyed it so much going up and your new EV factory and that Hummer What You talk about a car But on a very serious note you catch it It's a retrieval The guy can't retrieve information
Bloomberg Radio New York
"dearborn" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Most consumers undermined is when will charging be readily available And we actually in our survey for 2022 ask people when they thought that there would be more charging stations than gas stations And we had about 20% of people say that EV chargers will outnumber petrol stations by 2030 So it says slow ramp up but it's again geography such a role here Germany when they were doing their COVID stimulus package one of the things that I really marveled at the kind of ingenuity of it was that they said we're going to put money in the market and we're going to give it to gas stations And we're going to give them money stimulus money so they can put charging stations in it And so you can see this country flip It's availability accessibility The whole attitude around it literally overnight Yeah And it does feel like some of these attitudes are shifting overnight Hey so we have about 20 seconds Curious what surprised you most when you do look at this report You know what surprised me is that with all the worry about COVID and economic volatility 81% of the people say when they think about the future the planet is one of the biggest things that they still consider to be one of the most pressing issues It's what makes us worry about our children's future Well it's good to know that that's on people's minds 'cause nothing else really matters if we don't get that right All right Cheryl gotta run Hey happy new year And be well Sheryl Connelly she's chief futurist over at Ford on the phone from Dearborn Michigan I feel like it's climate COVID Climate COVID self-driving That was really interesting conversation Good stuff All right you're a little You're listening to Bloomberg radio This is a Bloomberg How many steps do you take before you have foot pain Hi it's Jonathan cotton with a good feed store and the truth is the battle between our feet and the concrete or asphalt usually winds up with our feet losing studies show that about 75% of people will experience some kind of foot pain by middle age I found that out a number of years ago with plantar fasciitis and I tried to remedy it with shoes and drugstore cushions that didn't work Finally I went to the good feet store was personally fitted for art supports and I loved them so much I bought the store Without a plan to protect and support your feet it is likely you could.
"dearborn" Discussed on Daily Detroit
"I hear food hall i'm thinking yeah that's perfect you know when i went to u. of m. dearborn we would walk across the street to fairlane mall and go to the food court there because we didn't have you know a food hall on campus at you have dearborn so i think this is a great opportunity to really start to pull some of those students over from those two places and both tend to skew you know. They have older students people going back to school graduate students so they can take advantage of the cigar bar and the bar too so it looks like there will be about ten stands in their Three hundred seats somewhere in the like two million dollars to put together. That's on top of buying the property. Just recently they just auctioned off all the demos gear and everything. I'm sure some restaurant tour got some good deals on on some older Food equipment. But i mean you seem to be pretty positive on this one. Yeah i think it's a great development for like you said what could have been something that sat around for a while or could it became something that isn't able to be used by the public on a consistent basis like just purely in event space so i think having food concepts beverage concepts co working a gathering space. This is the cool stuff that you know as we kind of start to lead ourselves out of the pandemic and start to think more about getting together and gathering more places Spots like this. I think can become real. Kind of community hubs on a related but completely different thing. Shout out to the mall food court. I have so many memories of eastland mall and the chinese food and i know with ecological i from thirty years forward than it wasn't the best food nor but it was the best experience in the world. I loved the mall food court at its peak days where you met people as where you hung out with people that was the thing yeah peak. Peak mall food courts. Also maybe where you call your parents For a ride home because you got call collect probably dating ourselves by that. Yeah so what you would do. Is you would place the pay phone call or for me. Look at the bus scheduled. For the thirty one. Mac and then you would go ahead and run into the manda place. I don't remember what it's called but there was a place. Look at all your books and everything and you time it out and then boom. You're on your way. It was easy out kind of situation at a whole had a whole process down me and my friends i was more. I was more like champs sports in footlocker back in those days looking at the latest sneakers but yes similar experience.
"dearborn" Discussed on Daily Detroit
"It's basically on carlisle street right around pelham outer drive if you can kind of put yourself in that area which again. I'm sure a lot of insiders probably can't even picture of that is but i recently learned. Were pelham so i'm aware of l. Tell them is it mean artery of the kind of dearborn and then down to downriver air. Yeah it goes down to like taylor and such right her act yes yes so So it's a little bit out of the way. It's not in and not in large commercial district but kind of off the beaten path. Big green sign false sports. Lound been around forever for decades Just a another great kind of dive bar. You know we've talked before jeremiah. How we seem to be losing a lot of those true true small business Family owned dive. Bars falls is still kicking Dino's family owns it And they've been doing the best burger for a while. Now really okay. So i had to put into the internet and surf away. I went to their instagram of false sports lounge. And let me tell you if you're looking for this looks good like the bun the everything. If you're into that dive bar burger it kind of gives me a little bit of a motor city. Sports bar vibe. In in hamtramck. They've got a great char on it. So this is somewhere where i think falls separate itself. From miller's is it's got that super grilled char taste to it but still being juicy in the middle Plenty of cheddar cheese on there It's it's just it's a. It's a great overall burger on mondays. They actually have the burger specialists. If you can pick the day you go monday. Gets you the best deal there But it's really it's really awesome I highly recommend that for for burgers. You know with millers. Maybe the quality has slipped a little bit. Well i will say with falls looking here. They've got the waffle fry and that is key ass. You get a little waffle fries on the side there jair so i'm glad they do a good job of of showcasing their wares on on instagram. So people can see what we're talking about now. I know a lot of people love. Miller's i feel like there's a real opportunity to rejuvenate whatever you think it's got a heck of a name. It's got like a cool vibe to it. Like a little bit of like new juice. Into miller's i know that people need to retire and all that other stuff and it's just the progression of life but i think there's an opportunity to do something really cool. I think you're absolutely right. Jerry and let me tell you exactly what i think. That is for my humble opinion. The the other rub on miller's per se was that it was a place to get a burger but it wasn't really a bar bar. I would never consider going to miller's on like a friday or saturday night or wednesday thursday night for like drinks or whatever meet up some friends it was just solely the place to go for burgers. It's kind of it was kind kinda bright in there. I would love for someone to not touch too much about it but maybe bring back Or bring into it. More of a divy bar type of atmosphere as engineer. Andy would say a bar program. Graham a bar program Still light bar program Maybe some live music on certain nights. Turn the lights down a little bit in there i think. I think someone doesn't need to do too much but can really invigorate that space and kind of give it new life and i hope the right people buy it..
"dearborn" Discussed on Daily Detroit
"Where to go and metro detroit from the garage studio in the north end. I'm jareth stays and right across from you. I'm devin reilly good to see you sir. Good to see jerry although we're both on the slightly east side today there's a little bit of a west side slant to some of our conversations yes although we are recording. Just a smidge east. We're going to start in the west in fact we're gonna start so west. We won't even be in the city of detroit people but close i up and this has been the talk of the entire week online because there was so much nostalgia around this place. Miller's bar on michigan avenue in dearborn is for sale non putting together a few different reports. Here i did see the listing early on For this place. Apparently it's up for sale for about four million that include the building Some apartments your liquor license and the name to a storied burger place in dearborn to unpack this. I mean your your from that side of town man First off four million. We're that i you know when you said some apartments. I think we're only talking about like two units here maybe three It's not that large of a space a property for million is just seems astronomical to me Given that i mean it's the bars not huge im- you have a little bit of a small event space a liquor license in dearborn. I have on good authority goes for about fifty grand. So i don't know where you're gonna getting two to four million. i mean. hey. I don't knock him for asking. Its it's the couple wants to retire is dearborn. Look at the chance of losing a culinary institution. I mean so. Many people love millers. And then you know. I'll just be real honest. Some people think miller's isn't isn't the cat's meow. But i mean that's kind of the burger wars for you. There's no doubt that miller's has the most name recognition. I mean people from you could even say around the country. No miller's miller's burger But there has been a lot of talk that it's fallen off in recent years whether that be kind of you know maybe short shortcuts on the ingredients on our house to say on the distribution. Is it a perception thing or it could be a perception. Now tell you jay. I'll be very candid. miller's was never my favorite dearborn burger. Really know and believe me. I don't i. I've eaten about as many burgers and dearborn is just about anybody who'd be listening so i'm not. I am speaking good authority. But honestly miller's was always my third favorite burger okay. So let's walk through your historic top. Picks shirt so the first one. Rip howls bar in dearborn Many people know it. It had the best burger. Where was it It was just off of michigan avenue When we had bailey's there on michigan avenue in the in the west downtown dearborn area It was right there on the corner. It was super old bar. Like the quintessential dive bar. The quintessential hole in the wall. Barg a ton of ford people old school old school people jimmy jimmy. They're made the best damn burger. You could you could find anywhere so that was my favorite. Unfortunately how was burned about six or seven years ago so that was no longer available And then the my number two which is the number one is false sports lounge really. Okay so i will confess. I've eaten a lot of burgers. And i've eaten a lot of burgers in dearborn. I mean. of course. I've done the tasty burger that got featured in eater and all that other stuff but i am unfamiliar with falls. Give me the the download. So that i know that what to check out this weekend. Well the first thing to know is it's a little bit off the beaten pat. Especially if you're not from that area you know it's not on a main thoroughfare like michigan avenue..
"dearborn" Discussed on ESPN Daily
"So the start of that season in september. That you just referenced. Rich it's going to be september twelfth. Two thousand and twenty one. That means that robert sala will most likely officially began his career as the first muslim head coach in. Nfl history the day after the twentieth anniversary of nine eleven. How significant do you think that is for. Robert solid very significant on many levels. And i know robert talked about the meaning of it in his introductory press conference. It's humbling and You know especially back home Where i'm from dearborn michigan. So there's a lot of pride and so it is a very humbling experience and you know when you look at a An end for organizations and you look at the locker room and and it's like the ultimate melting pot of different people in different races and different Stories that get together with one goal and so out to be a part of that as as special reg after thirty two years of service covering this team. Thank you for helping the city of new york. Look forward to number thirty three. Who was my pleasure. Thanks for having me on. I'm pablo toray and this has been. Espn daily. I'll talk to you monday..
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"dearborn" Discussed on Top Advisor Marketing Podcast
"Would you mind sharing a little bit about the courtship created. Sure it it covers. It covers the the the basic principles of how to do it. And it's the same things that we cover in the coaching program. That leads up to that first meeting. So it's who to invite dearborn how to compose your board how to ask them so that you can maximize the likelihood they'll accept. I hear from for advisors. All the time i hear oh. My clients are very busy professionals. They don't have time. Listen i've done boards full of doctors. I've done boards with fortune. One hundred senior executives. I've done i've done boards with the busiest professionals that you can. You can think of and you know what when you go to somebody and say i wanna learn how to do a better job for you. There in they will make time anyway so we cover that we cover what to put on your first agenda. We talk about how to select the right venue and then we talk a little bit about a couple of other things but we also talk about what you should be doing in that meeting so that you can maximize feedback and we do that service where we will take through the coaching program. And then we'll run your meeting for you and then we give you these seven deliverables but we also sell a diy kit. You want to do it yourself. Three hundred bucks. You can have a kid of your own you can you can. It takes all the way through it..
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GM, Ford Halt Some Production as Chip Shortage Worsens
"The global shortage of computer chips is getting worse and that's prompting automakers to temporarily shut down factories General Motors says it will pause production at eight north American plants during the next two weeks including two that make the company's top selling Chevy Silverado pickup meanwhile Ford will stop making pickups at its Kansas city assembly plant for the next two weeks and cut shifts it to more truck plants in Dearborn Michigan and Louisville Kentucky industry analysts say the delta variant of the corona virus he said employees at chip factories in Southeast Asia hard and that's for some of those plans to close or sending a chip shortage that had been starting to improve the cuts will compound an already short supply of new cars trucks and SUVs which has pushed prices to record levels I'm Ben Thomas
"dearborn" Discussed on Vote-Voiced Podcast
"I also wanted to say, if people want to make a comment during the scheduled meetings of the commission you, you can do that, but it has to be on an agenda item. So they've been pretty particular about that. So you can, it's really easy, you can go on the redistricting commission website, you can go to redistricting michigan.org and it'll give you the agenda for the day. And I did go to the June 3rd public hearing I heard down and quite a few people off. So, what I remember is that there were several people teachers talking about how they wanted to combine three school districts, and I was trying to think if they were really contiguous or not, but I'm but I'm not sure. But the other one big one was keep Downriver communities together. And so when I when all this first came off, On the website, the public portal became available, I wanted to try it out. So I did go and practice with the the month, free map making tool that Jerry talked about. And I did make two maps. And so I made a map of the neighborhoods that month we're close to a nearby park, just to kind of see how it worked. And then I made one of its cultural places in, in Dearborn and then I made two off written comments. It mean, it's so easy. You're just, you know, free text in that case. I said well I hope it keep Dearborn and Dearborn Heights together and said again about Downriver wage and And I just wanted to say that Jerry was talking about Katie Fahey, who started the whole thing going. And I do remember when she was talking at the annex attack us, once you press first starting and it was just so exciting to see all that, enthusiasm and then just lastly went down and was talking about public speaking. Write it down to ad-lib. Okay, good, here's the website. Oh, wonderful now. Okay, so we want to hear from you. and then if we wonder what happens, if we click submit public comment, Yeah. So you can see how you've got written.
"dearborn" Discussed on Vote-Voiced Podcast
"Church or whatever wage. That would be your community of interests neighborhood associations, Mary, Joe gave me this idea neighborhood, associations are communities of interest. And in Dearborn there, I'm just going to use your bonus example since I lived here, dearborn's a big city and we have very many different types of Housing and communities. We have the south end of Dearborn. That has a lot of industry in a lot of pollution. And they actually have a lot in common with Detroit, in River Rouge because of that, those are very similar issues. The South Dearborn would definitely not want to be split up from the rest of that Community. There's also several masks in that neighborhood and they would have, that's where a lot of the people neighborhood worship. That's an important community of interest, there are historical homes in Dearborn, so there could be a community of Interest around the historical housing and preserving that wage. One of the things that's important to me is that there is personally adequate housing for everyone regardless of their income levels. So we need a degree of public housing but also small affordable homes and that to me is a community of interest, because in the area because that's something you want to have. You want to maintain for people, to have access to a housing and we want to keep Dearborn a diverse community and we want all those interests protected. Those are just some examples of that, some other ones, you know, where do you kids go to school? We talked about in a mini of interest group, that Redford is actually has two different school districts and is it? It would seem to me that both of those school districts. Their best interests would be served by being in one District because all of there's different groups of children being represented by two different districts and they would have more support and more of a voice if one. Yep. Representative represented. Both of them just another example industry. What kind of industry is it agricultural? Is it rural? Is it Urban? You know, is it off? Is it an auto company City?.
"dearborn" Discussed on Vote-Voiced Podcast
"I believe that one should be kept together as one just are Arabic community here in eastern as much more in common with West Dearborn, the Southland Dearborn, where my home and even some Dearborn Heights, my church is in Dearborn Heights. My friends, all live in West, Dearborn, and Dearborn, Heights, and my family. And I all loved the U of M Dearborn, Natural Area. We have spent many long lonely hours walking on the trails there. And this is why I believe the district lines should be redrawn. So that all of the awareness Captain was one congressional district. Thank you very much for your time. Thank you for taking the.
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Ford's Big Bet: Fans of F-150 Pickup Will Embrace Electric
"One of the big Three automakers shifting gears into the electric vehicle business. Ford is teaming up with a supplier to build to North American factories. It wants to make batteries for over a half a million electric vehicles every year. It's even steering. It's big F 1 50 pickup in the plug in direction, and it now is a high profile fan. President Biden taking an F 1 50 Lightning on a spin on the test track at a plant in Dearborn, Michigan, where we're going Here of a 16 about 4.3 says it's committed to making all of its models Electric, including its iconic Mustang, Daria
"dearborn" Discussed on WJR 760
"Test positivity have declined for five straight weeks. Hospitalizations have declined for three weeks in a row on our covert metrics are trending downward. In Michigan and of course across the country. This is great news. Outdoor limitations will be increased to just 50% of capacity. June the first and the mask commanded will go away. July the first Oakland County is taking its vaccines on the road. The week of May 24th. The Health Department will host Vaccine Clinton's clinics and Commerce, Milford, Highland and White Lake townships and on the week of June 1st. They'll be in the Pontiac area. Other areas will be announced later this week. Ford Motor Company confirmed there's a brand new round of production cuts and eight of its plants because of the global shortage of computer chips. Two of the plants are right here in Michigan, the flat rock and Dearborn truck plant. They'll be shut down for the weeks of May, 31st and June the seventh. They are expected to be numerous tropical cyclones this summer in the Atlantic boxes. Evan Brown reports from Florida. Noah's Atlantic hurricane season outlook, predicts 13 to 20 named tropical storms this summer and then 6 to 10 will become hurricanes. With top winds of at least 74 MPH. This includes 3 to 5. Major hurricanes ranked his categories 34 or five No acting chief Ben Friedman. This demonstrates chances are high for above normal activity. The season starts officially June 1st. Noah makes no season wide predictions for landfall impacts. In Broward County, Florida. Evan Brown Fox News This Friday and Saturday marks the 20th anniversary of the Lake O'Ryan Flower and Art Fair in downtown Like Korean publicist Julie Law says it's good to get outside again, and it's good for the local economy. That's 100% outdoors in the downtown and all of the streets. You know, chapping at the local retailers, In addition to, you know, eating at your local restaurants, which other outdoor patios will be open at that time, and then obviously all the small business This is that have you know? Done this for a living for years and have you no boots and different merchandise. They finally get to get out and we're just so happy to be able to support them. It's this Friday and Saturday in downtown like Korean On Wall Street today, the Dow finished up 188 the S and P was up 43 camera. Gorski WJR News, Mitch album in two minutes..
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Israel, Gaza Violence Overshadows Biden's Domestic Plans
"President Biden's bead to highlight his domestic plans are being overshadowed by growing violence in the Middle East and afford a luxury vehicle center in Michigan the president look to make the case that his infrastructure plans will help steer the nation's future the future of the auto industry the lecture by a scheduling quirk he was in Dearborn a city nearly half Arab American and a few miles away Amir's they here with a group called new generation for Palestine says the president's award criminal he's participating in and funding the murder of our families the White House is under intense pressure to intervene in the Israeli Palestinian violence but insists quiet diplomacy is the best path while privately encouraging the Israelis to wind down their Gaza bombardment Sager mag ani Washington
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Ford Says Chip Shortage Forcing Production Halt at Several Plants
"Business Report. Ford's decision toe idol. Some plants because of the global semiconductor shortage will result in workers on layoff status during the down time. Ford provides unionized workers with supplemental pay they'll receive on top of unemployment benefits for this halting production for two weeks this month, and it's truck plant in Dearborn, Michigan, and will idle. It's Kansas City, Missouri
"dearborn" Discussed on Daily Detroit
"It's funny you know. Some of the nicest communities. Say i find less art that i would in detroit and some of that. Because you know there's beautiful home after home and people kept their lawns and because of it. There's just no abandoned space or became buildings and when you're in detroit you obviously see a lot of that in the city's integrate job of minimizing that all of that spaces free campus for artists. Who don't have another means and so. I think a lot of the coolest art. I've ever found been in detroit in a band building known. See now there's probably also said element of like you feel special because you've found this piece that other people have seen you may think the art is better than it really is just because you feel special some strange way down the flipside writing some of these suburbs definitely feel a lot safer to take all the considerations that do send me breads in detroit. There's kind of pros and cons both ways. But i think in all scenarios just fun to be able to go out and see what those differences are and say in dearborn. You had on earlier that there's such a mix of cultural mix here that you can kind of see it when you're going through these neighborhoods and so for me. You know who never grew up with a lot of airman. American experience like that has been so cool to see and taking pictures and stuff and had asked people like. I don't know what the symbol is. Or what the slag is and so when you get out and you just start taking pictures next questions you learn a lot. Yeah i know exactly what you mean. Because i've heard stories of various communities about that feeling stefan where people wanna do cool unique things and the governor association or some personal like no. You can't do that. It's like well the real harm and especially when you know you you look at that area like it needs something to give it some creative perspective or something that makes it stand out and i think there's a lot of areas like that and.
"dearborn" Discussed on Daily Detroit
"That's a challenge to because on implanting on my ride. I use a map. My ride happen. I'm just kind of looking at online to figure out. Like how long is this going to take and neighborhoods you know with rows and rows of houses are interesting but you gotta go a long way to find like one piece of art burs lessons even more industrial places you know. They have space in. Someone greets some piece of art in the middle of it just coming bit cooler the business by something so rides in neighborhoods take longer has got tighter streets that are next to each other and i have to cover every street and then big industrial complexes or industrial areas. Take less time which you find about the same amount of in both. I think last success with downtown areas like downtown dear weren't has a lotta pieces or like loved writing the of dearborn campus. Because there's just a ton of cool sculptures there overtime kind of figured out like. Oh here's what. I'm probably gonna find and i can of estimated but you know there's prizes around every corner and you think is gonna take you an hour takes you for 'cause you find some cool stuff and then the reverse happens where you know you gotta roll through something like oh expect to see something more interesting that neighborhood but it is what it is. I agree one hundred percents funny because even sometimes when i'll travel the cities for work assitance all-terrain rented bike. Just because. I feel like if i get on a bike. I can really see the town versus like driving through an uber You know you're seeing flashes of it and if you're walking you're of limited to what you can see yeah. I think what bikes a great way to get out and see things and get up close to some things without spending all day walking and walking and walking and there's a lot of other modes of transportation that allow you do that now. Some of the e bikes and scooters and all that are nice version as well the less exercise but i think those are kind of nice options. Yeah yeah not only with the advent of bogo and all the companies that do that now like it used to be hired. Because you feel like i gotta go right to bike can now. It's no just pull out an app. Walk fifty feet away and pull out a by. Nic bad kind kinda spread to urban cities late. Ferndale has worn dear dear house now so your excuse for not doing that. You know whether is always the crux of its. You gotta be conscious of that but yeah there's not a lot of excuses when you've got options all around you..
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Man accused in Detroit murder, Dearborn robbery via gay dating apps due back in court
"Arraigned Dan charges he used online dating APS to specifically attract members of the LGBT Q community. Prosecutors say 24 year old Diable leak Johnson has been charged in the robbery and murder of a 39 year old Detroit man in September and the robbing of another Detroit man at a hotel in Dearborn. A few days before that. The Michigan House
Ask Geoffrey: Chicago's Old Passenger Rail Stations
"Chicago's old passenger railroad stations for decades acted as the city's front door where people from all over the country arrived seeking a better life or just the thrills of the big city. Jeffrey bayer takes us back to the golden age. Rail travel in this week's ask geoffrey. Hey geoffrey good to see you paris all right so we have a question from larry gardner of skokie he says. Could you do a story on the old train stations that once stood in downtown chicago. Well of course we can. There is as you mentioned. The the late nineteenth century the early twentieth century this was the golden age of rail travel when people traversed the country on trains. And of course right at the center there at the hub of it all was chicago. It's hard to believe. But as recently as the nineteen sixties there were six passenger train stations in downtown chicago today. All passenger trains that come into the city from beyond the suburbs. Go through the last one standing union station which is now owned by amtrak. It's designed including this now. Demolished concourse was right along the river there and the colonnaded main building which is still standing right behind it. In this picture of those things recall the grandeur of rail terminals in those glory days of designed to wow the traveler of the way many airports do today met with. Certainly the goal of another neoclassical designed terminal. Check this one out owned by the chicago and north western railway you know classical buzzards and it stood at what is today. Ogilvie transportation center which is operated by metra. That station included ornate concourses. Waiting rooms even dedicated spaces for barbers and hairdressers. People traveling across the country The chicago north western railway traced its roots to chicago's very first railroad. The galena chicago union established back in eighteen forty eight. By chicago's first mayor actually will be ogden. Certainly the golden age of travel there and then another key player. Of course you hear references pop culture all the time the illinois central oh absolutely That country that company billed itself as the main line of mid america. It was a dominant player. Both in passenger and freight rail their main passenger terminal was called central station once stood just just south of grand part right on the lakefront there. The railroad built this mammoth terminal in one thousand nine hundred three in part to accommodate the influx of visitors. That were expected for the world's fair that year you'll notice almost all of these terminals have clocks or clock towers so people hurrying to catch trains didn't have to fumble around for their pocket watches that of course they had watches it. All central station was also an important point of entry for many african americans who came to chicago from the south during the great migration with like so many of its contemporaries central station met the wrecking ball. In this case in the mid one thousand nine hundred seventy s amtrak diverted there trains to union station but there is still an active platform. Eleven street serving the metra electric line and i gather it's the inspiration for that residential development around their central station. Which i believe. Richard m daley lived there for a while and not to be confused with grand central station. Of course right. That's right and yes. We had our own grand central station. here in chicago. Not new york's wasn't the only one ours was at harrison and wells on the western edge of the loop. Read along the river for about eighty years. It was just north of if you know we're river city's development is today Traffic declined grand central after world war. Two this photo with the board of trade there in the background was taken in nineteen sixty seven at the end of the stations life. It was torn down in nineteen seventy one and this is one of several places in the city. were abandoned. Railroad land is being redeveloped during construction of the new development on this old site buried. Stones from grand central station were actually unearthed and they've been re purposed for a river walk. One chicago train station of actually is still standing So in addition to union station is dearborn station. South loop although of course. It's on train station anymore. You can see its clock tower visible all the way from the north side of lube looking south down on dearborn but what happened to the top of that clock tower. Take a look at this early photo. And you'll notice it once had this huge wooden flemish roof on top of it but in one thousand nine hundred twenty two. It caught fire. Look at these incredible photos from the scene as crowds gathered. Luckily firefighters were able to save the building. But but not that tower roof. I the nineteen seventy s. Most of the train. Shed was demolished but the facade and portions of the terminal were preserved as part of a mall. Serving printers row by the building is still called dearborn station. In fact peres as you just pointed out. Many old stations live on in the names of new developments of the one. You mentioned central station. Just south of grand park word. Mayor daley used to live and then a new apartment building at harrison and wells is using the grim central name
How 9/11 Set Robert Saleh on the Path to Coaching the New York Jets
"And how many years have you been covering this franchise. Pablo f govern the jets for thirty two years. Which is longer than any person in history that's deserves a purple heart or you know a trip to the insane asylum but yes. It's thirty two years. And so how. Many coaches coaches have you seen. Come through the new york jets in that time. Yeah it's funny because the other day w- before they introduced roberts sala. I went back and checked because we need covered. That long. And the jets chains coaches so often you lose track over over time. He ends well. Total man okay. So you're the perfect person to talk to today. Your latest piece rich is about number twelve robert sala and his decidedly unique journey to new york city and the nfl coaching ranks. So before we get into all of the football and there is so much there. Tell me a little bit about robert. Saleh's background where did he grow up in. What was his upbringing like. Robert grew up in dearborn michigan which is just outside of detroit. Most people know it as a home of ford motor company but it's also the largest percentage of arab americans in the country. He is the grandson of lebanese immigrant. Muslim neighborhood a very strong and closely knit neighborhood and football was a big part of it. At robert really has football in his family. His dad played at eastern michigan university. He was. I'm told a very good middle linebacker. In fact he had a tryout with the chicago bears uncles who played cousins. Who played his older brother. David played all at ford's in high school. You mentioned the solid name at forts in high school and there is a strong tradition. Some of the best players in the schools history are members of the family from an early age. When robert was a seven year old waterboy for his older brother's football team. Football has been a huge part of his life. The family's life very much part of his upbringing in dearborn michigan so robert is growing up in this lebanese-american muslim family in dearborn a football family. What kind of player was robert himself. Yeah very good player. A captain in highschool played two ways. He was a linebacker in a tight end and really good. I talked to his high school coach. Jeff sturdiness in. I asked him. I said what kind of player was robert. He said he was like all the other solids he can really hit. You actually wears a bracelet to this day on his on his wrist during games. It says extreme violence. So i guess we could describe him as a very physical player who was good enough to get a scholarship in northern michigan and he went on to become an all conference. Tight end in northern michigan fell was ever a serious option for him. But i would say you know a really good ice school football player who enjoyed a solid career. So if you're a football player with that decidedly unsubtle mission statement rich. What do you do after college. Robert went to the exact opposite spectrum of what that mission statement would be. I mean he goes to work behind a desk working a nine to five job in a very stuffy. Corporate office building in downtown detroit is a credit analyst for america bank putting his finance degree work. His brother david is in the financial world is well you know. He graduated with a finance degree. So this is just following in the footsteps of his family. You know his dad had some done. Some business work. His grandfather was actually owned his own furniture store in dearborn. So he's really robert. Sala is point in his life in the year. Two thousand just anna colleges just following in the footsteps of some of his other relatives.
West Lawn shooting: Person killed on Kilbourn, Chicago
"Busy New Year's Eve for police. One man was killed, another wounded in a shooting Thursday night and West suburban Aurora. Police say the shooting happened at about 9 P.m. on the Farnsworth Avenue Bridge between Dearborn Avenue and Mountain Avenue. Two men suffered gunshot wounds. They were transported to a local hospital and rode to the 1300 lack of Dearborn Avenue before coming to a stop. Officers found them in a large group. Apparently both glamour transported to the hospital. One man pronounced dead at the hospital. No. One in custody in that case. And a police say a man was fatally shot Thursday night and West Line on the Southwest side and the skaters say at about 7 P.m.. The man was on the sidewalk and the 60 100 block of South Kilbourn when he was shot in the head and chest. He was pronounced dead at the scene area. One detectives are
Ornithologists Attribute Owls Nocturnal Lifestyle To Cocaine Habit
"Powell's when we're putting on our PJs they're just waking up to start their day and when we're waking up there in their nests putting on PJ's of their own but why scientists have long wondered about the predatory Birds unusual sleeping habits, but a new study now attributes the owls nocturnal lifestyle to their hard cocaine habits here at the details is opr nightbeat bird correspondent Charles, Dearborn Charles are you there? Who's asking me the topicals host? Leslie Price, you meant who like an oil says off that is just too cute Charles tell us more about this study a little scam gladly in a ground-breaking report released in the scientific journal Nature want to solid just said Bowdoin College in Maine made the case that all owls struggled with severe cocaine addiction that keeps them up from Sunset to the wee hours of the morning. Here's the studies