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"Strikes continue between Israel and the Palestinians, with no sign of a truce and sight. You're listening to ABC news Daily News. Radio Times. 11 02 Denver Police have shot and killed a man this afternoon after a pursuit through southwest Denver that ended the Barnum neighborhood. After receiving a report of shots fired near a playground there. Morrison Road in West Ohio Avenue police initiated contact with the suspect in a chase ensued through Denver, Lakewood, then back into Denver. We believe that along the pursuit that he fired rounds out the officers along the radical pursuit s o very dangerous situation. Division chief Ron Thomas said. The suspect lost control of the vehicle and crashed is the pursuit approached Perry Street. He said The suspect refused to surrender, pulled a handgun and fired several more rounds at police officers returned fire and the suspect died at the hospital. Multiple state agencies were investigating and no other injuries have been reported. Computer security issues that South did Rick Cardiology Associates resulted in 380 canceled appointments today since you're a health says that South Denver cardiology associates experienced an I T network issue. And it took its system offline requiring the office closure. Mitch Tannin bomb is a cybersecurity expert and talked with Fox 31. Nobody goes off and shuts down their entire network because they had a hit on the firewall. Patients who arrived for appointments were told they could not be seen because the facility could not access their own patient records a little disappointing. I mean, we live far we live in Conifer, so it's like, you know, two hours to get down here and back. Cameron Cook said the office couldn't look up her phone number to call her about the closure. No word if normal operations will resume on Monday, and the 96 win for the Rockies against the Reds tonight there to know in the Syriza Game three Tomorrow night Rockies All access starts at five. First pitch at 16 in our next news update. 11 30. I'm Jodi Jordan. I'm Kaylee in his radio, a 50 A M and 94 1 FM. From the Bedford Sports Traffic Center. It is a delightful looking at Dr Tonight I'm 25 is checking clear from Denver, Fort Collins and Colorado Springs. With about 30 minutes from Centennial to Thornton. Here in the Metro area, I seventies, clean and green from the mountains to the Plains. With about 30 minutes. From Aurora to Arvada, 2 to 5. No major issues from the tech Center to Aurora and off highway Federal, Wadsworth Sheridan, sixth and Colfax Ed posted speeds right now. Box 31 pinpoint whether partly cloudy right now overnight, low off 46 tomorrow isolated thunderstorms with a high of 69 overnight low 46 currently 61 degrees. I'm Victor Nature on K Away news Radio live everywhere on the I heart radio app. Win $1000 with money on the hour. My goodness up to.
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"Really want to share. Maybe what if if you have seen changes between when you went through grad school or university and what you see happening today in terms of you know being a woman being a woman of color being being non binary woman of color. Can you talk a little a little bit about the good things that you're seeing happening and how they compared to maybe some experiences that you've had. Yeah yeah so so i. I did identify as women for most. I've always identified as gender queer. But like i've i've occupied women's spaces and had that experience for most of a career and i. It's it's a tough question so it's changed and it hasn't changed. There are definitely. I've seen a lot more top down. I've seen a lot more Administration and kind of structural changes that go in positions. The committee Just this focus on evaluating truly evaluating. How faculties students are are engaging in participating in diversity in in most importantly inclusive efforts which is a cultural shift Not just numerical ship. So i've seen a lot more of that and that's really great. I think it's feel personally. It might just be where. I am in my career and the kind of accolades. I have behind me at this point. But i feel much more comfortable speaking out when something is not okay than i did before I feel like even. If i was an i often am the only black person in the room and somebody says something and no pun intended off color. I feel like if i were to stand up and say something. My white colleagues would be in support rate. That's something that. I think certainly didn't happen to grad school for so that's nice. I like to see that. But then there's also i think we haven't quite had the collective realization about how much has to change War to to actually make a truly inclusive environment And so in that frame. There's kind of like at the individual level at at like the bottom up like who however we rallying to really care about that that's still lacking again because i think we frankly just don't sit down and have the practice of thinking about what the future is. What's it gonna look like. What's what's the classroom physically going to look like. what's lecture actually going to contain. How all of these things. It really sit down and quantify so much scientists as thinkers. But we're not sitting down to quantify what that actually what's it gonna look like. What the end result. How do we actually predict. There's no practice of that And so it's kind of like this. Big hand wavy gray mass. We're like yeah. We're making it better but you. You can't actually make it better if you don't have a goal in mind and so there we really need to see that progress still feels like we need to have some inclusiveness you x. specialist user experience versus to kind of model. What it's going to actually feel like for the for the users war in this case the the students. Yeah question are there. You've you've had to clearly from what you're saying deal with some some some difficulties some exclusion in or you know in your in your path. But were their strategies. Were there things you did or poor people in your path that that were helpful and that you can You know the yeah. They were helpful with that. And are there. Is there some advice for someone who's now at this institution or even in this group sometimes. It's just there's group dynamics writers group culture that is those somehow not so accepting and and that's that's difficult. Is there some advice you can give based on your experience of overcoming these obstacles and coming out stronger after yeah and my advice is echoed by research have a support group has abort group has support group having support group. Have people you can go and go back to your base code. Go back to that natural language. Drop your guard you know. Be yourself be really comfortable. You gotta have those the especially as any sort of minorities especially as intersectional a have your support group for intersectional people. I will acknowledge it. Super hard like for me. For example. Black spaces aren't always queer friendly spaces. Queer friendly spaces aren't always black friendly spaces as really hard thing to navigate. Still even if you're not fully relaxed even if you can't find a black. We are space for example at combination. Even those little bits that you get steps to single person even it goes so far There was one fellow who i think about as mentor. I can't i know his name is added. can't remember his last name but he was a new faculty. he was working in molecular biology at u. Dub i was in bio so we were in the same hallway and i would see him in the hallway. We kinda wave at each other walking by and then when he pulled me aside we just started chatting and anytime i saw him. We would just like stop in the hallway and chat for two or three minutes. Maybe we got a coffee and it was just this idea. It really created this sense of of of culture for meaning academia of what. I really nurtured a thing i needed. And it set the precedent right. Like here's someone. When i see someone frequently you're part of my community. I should have relationship with you to some degree and so in that that. That's someone that i think about a lot. That's a it's a behavior. I think about a lot. How can i bring that forward And i think things like that are also really important like looking at how people give you the cultural needs. Meet your cultural needs and how you can help that with some. Bring that to somebody else.
"denver fort collins" Discussed on KOMO
"Seattle, KOMO FM Oakville From ABC News. I'm Derek Dennis President Trump campaigning in Michigan Saturday, urging voters to cast their ballots Now if they can send in your absentee ballots if you have requested one Or you convert early by going in and casting your absentee ballot in person. Just make sure you vote and make sure your ballot is counted. But thousands of women activists took to the streets in several city Saturday, marching against the president. They were mostly young women in mass rallying from D. C to New York to San Francisco opposed to President Trump and his fellow Republicans. Specially overfilling, the seed of late Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg before Election Day. So far, millions of Americans have voted early already ahead of the November election, with several election polls showing former Vice President Joe Biden on top a new Pew research poll showing the former vice president leading nationally by more than 30 points with Latinos. Keep voting demographic, the Biden campaign sitting down virtually with celebrity couple, Jennifer Lopez and Alex Rodriguez, my Kind of hope and quest for the Latino communities that they start understanding their power. They understand exactly right country that their vote counts more than 22 million Americans have already cast their ballots. From New Orleans to Chicago. Early voters rushing to the pole. ABC is Rachel Scott, the largest wildfire in Colorado. History continues to burn the Cameron Peak fire is growing with wind gusts of up to 70 MPH, prompting red flag warnings so far, nearly 300 square miles of burned with widespread smoke affecting areas of Denver, Fort Collins in Loveland, Colorado. This man describes witnessing the fire come over the mountains near his home. It's almost like a sunrise over there. Those mountains were glowing so bright last night, it's lighting up our house fire. Only about 60% contained. You're listening to ABC News. If you owe back taxes, there's a lot you need to know. Starting with rule number one Don't mess with the I. R s They are cracking down this year by sending out heart stopping letters actively garnishing paychecks, levee in bank accounts and putting leans on homes and businesses. That's all true, but it's also true. There's a way out. It's called the Fresh.
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"Just make sure you vote and make sure your ballot is counting. But thousands of women activists took to the streets in several city Saturday, marching against the president. They were mostly young women in mass rallying from D. C to New York to San Francisco opposed to President Trump and his fellow Republicans, especially over filling the seat of late Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. Before Election Day. So far, millions of Americans have voted early already ahead of the November election, with several election polls showing former vice President Joe Biden on top a new Pew research poll showing the former vice president leading nationally by more than 30 points with Latinos, a key voting demographic. Biden campaign sitting down virtually with celebrity couple, Jennifer Lopez and Alex Rodriguez, my Kind of hope and quest for the Latino communities that they start understanding their power. They understand exactly right country that their vote counts more than 22 million Americans have already cast their ballots. From New Orleans to Chicago. Early voters rushing to the pole. ABC is Rachel Scott, the largest wildfire in Colorado. History continues to burn the Cameron Peak fire is growing with wind gusts of up to 70 MPH, prompting red flag warnings so far, nearly 300 square miles of burned with widespread smoke affecting areas of Denver, Fort Collins in Loveland, Colorado. This man describes witnessing the fire come over the mountains near his home. It's almost like a sunrise over there. Those mountains were glowing so bright last night, it's lighting up our house fire. Only about 60% contained. You're listening to ABC News. If you owe back taxes, there's a lot you need to know. Starting with rule number one Don't Mass with the I. R s they are cracking down this year by sending out heart stopping letters actively garnishing paychecks, levee in bank accounts and putting leans on homes and businesses. That's all true, but it's also true. There's a way out. It's called the Fresh Start.
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"I'm Derek Dennis President Trump campaigning in Janesville, Wisconsin Saturday, making his case for another four years in office and promising a Corona virus vaccine soon. We have unbelievable vaccines that coming out real soon. And the therapeutics are unbelievable. In the Cuba is Excuse me. I'm here. The president declaring his own corona virus treatment of success and pledging the therapeutics he received will one day be available to wall for free. Meantime, women activists marching in several cities across the country galvanized against the president, thousands of mostly young women in mass rallying from D C to New York to San Francisco, urging voters to turn against the president and his fellow Republicans, especially over filling the seat of late Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. Before Election Day Corona virus numbers rising in 29 states and authorities say the virus is not slowing down. This week. 11 states hit new record high case totals 13 hit record hospitalizations to hit record deaths and Wisconsin now averaging more than 3000 cases a day. Broke records in all three categories in New Mexico. Hospitalizations have jumped 70% this month as temperatures cooled down and people move indoors. Dr Anthony 1000 urging everyone to wear masks practice. Social distancing. Avoid large holiday gathering. ABC Zoran Shaw, Colorado, battling the largest wildfire in the state's history, the Cameron Peak fire being fanned by wind gusts of up to 70 miles an hour. Prompting a red flag warning. So far, nearly 300 square miles have burned with widespread smoke affecting areas of Denver, Fort Collins in Loveland, Colorado, a disaster. A lot of houses down there. Nobody knows. It's all based on the wind right now. Right now, the fire is less than 60% contained. You're listening to ABC news. Have you ever thought about saying good bye to your job? Just walking into your boss and saying I quit. And how would you like to commute to work without ever leaving your home will not long ago, A 39 year old entrepreneur from a billionaire family spent $20 million.3 years to find the best home based business in North America. He researched 70 different companies, and when he found the on ly one that had really long term potential, he bought it. And right now he's looking for people to help him turned this company into his next billion dollars success story. So if you're serious about making money from home without having to leave your home will grab a pen because I'm about to give.
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"From ABC News. I'm Derek Dennis Women's marches held in several cities on Saturday, urging Americans to get out the vote, and some are already casting ballots in multiple early voting states where there are long lies first time. And this is history. President Trump hoping this way more voters his way campaigning in Wisconsin Saturday, touting his America first agenda, we are finally protecting our nation. Rebuilding our cities, and we are bringing our jobs, our factories and our troops to the U. S president, also campaigning in Michigan Saturday amid chance against the state's Democratic governor, Gretchen Whitmer, Way are finally protecting our nation. Rebuilding President Trump at a rally in Muskegon, Michigan, was criticizing Governor Whitmore's covert restrictions. The Bidens Hillary Clinton and more schools have to be open, right, Theo crowd chanting, Lock her up! The president saying Welcome all of this! After federal and state law enforcers foiled what they say was a plot to kidnap put on trial and possibly killed the governor. 14 men arrested the governor and her digital media director is saying This rhetoric from the president puts her and her family in danger and escalates violent post against the governor. Chuck's Iverson. ABC News Colorado is battling the largest wildfire in the state's history. The Cameron Peak fire is being fanned by wind gusts of up to 70 miles an hour, prompting a red flag warning. So far, nearly 300 square miles have burned with widespread smoke affecting areas of Denver. Fort Collins in Loveland, Colorado. Incident Commander Dan Dallas hopes lesser wins on Sunday. We'll get firefighters the upper hand. We're anticipating.
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"56 degrees in downtown D. C and it college Park. It's 58 degrees 5 11. Now Arlington County is launching a series of virtual conversations for residents about racial equality. Among the topics on the table Arlington ZIP codes and how they tend to be segregated by race in economic class. It's described as an intense program that gives Arlington Virginia residents the tools needed to deal with race and racism. All told. There are 62 hour sessions online beginning at the end of October. Arlington's chief race and equity officer says the goal is to normalize conversations. About race that are challenging. Del Walters. W. T. O P News. One board member involved in the program says it's not just a response to the deaths of George Floyd and Briana Taylor, but instead to Talkabout fundamentally restructuring a government nearly 80 year old mural inside of Maryland Post office that portrays black slaves pulling barrels of tobacco alongside white men on horses has been covered up in plastic. That mural is called incidents in the history of Catonsville. It was commissioned during President Franklin Roosevelt had been Gration, which provided federal dollars for art displays in public buildings all across the country will count Congressman Kweisi and crew May says that he initiated the conversation with US Postmaster General Lewis to joy after hearing some of his constituents who found the mural derogatory or complained of its deteriorating condition. There is a lot to consider. When choosing a place to call home buddy in this year's list of the best places to live. It appears many people are choosing to settle out West Boulder, Denver, Fort Collins and Colorado Springs, Colorado, all make it in the top five of this year's ranking. What we really see is high desirability into strong job market in particular tech and aerospace jobs. Among the big drivers, according to Devin Doors be the real estate editor for US news. The locations also did well when it comes to cost of living. On this year's list, DC dropped from 19 to 30 a little bit more expensive of a place to live.
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"Of the weekend, and then for everybody else. You know, it's one of those things where if you go outside, you'll want to slow things down. Advisory lasts till 4 P.M. tomorrow for Denver, Fort Collins and Greeley. Today's air quality will be so bad it will be like smoking two cigarettes. Much of that is from the Cameron Peak. Fire crews have been able to slow the growth of that fire thanks to last week's snow, but it's still just 8% contained approved variances and a Colorado High School Activity Association board voted state school districts ready to kick off a few false sports, including football. Chess of board member Ryan West, said earlier on Colorado's morning news. They're adjusting as they go. We have school that haven't been in been able to even open their doors. Yet. We have school that haven't been able to have to give them. In school for more than a week without having the quarantines them So it's not just about the sport. Yeah, This has been tough. This this some logistical things that nobody's ever had sex will decide whether approve sports will compete this fall. Some districts may decide to just push those sports seasons to the spring. The Pac 12 is moving closer to starting the season, possibly as soon as November. Mountain West, also exploring the idea of an eight games football season. CSU sent a news release, saying the program is increasing the activity level for for all sports programs effective this week In Washington, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is insisting that Democrats are willing to compromise on a new stimulus package, she told reporters. I've the current virus outbreak is ongoing and it must be addressed. Meanwhile, airline CEOs came to the White House this morning to move forward on a covert relief package. We need to have a code relief package that includes that, so we're just here to plead with everyone involved to get to a covert early, that's American Airlines chief Doug Parker told reporters. Putting airline workers out of their jobs simply isn't fair. Netflix has released the trailer for the Chris Watch documentary Guys. My name is Xu Nana. I just want you to know a little bit of my story. I went through one of the darkest times of my life. But then I met Chris and he's the best thing that has ever happened to me. Chris wants admitted to killing his pregnant wife, Shannon, and their two daughters in 2018. He initially denied involvement not was serving three consecutive life sentences. American MURDER The family next door premieres on Netflix. September 30th Rocky's need to make a run to get into the wild card there. Two games back with 12 to play. They host the Dodgers Tonight. Our coverage starts at six. Our next news updates at 10 30. I'm Chuck Clark on KO News, Radio, 8:50, A.m..
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"Snow denied along Denver, Fort Collins Greeley, all getting 3 to 7 inches of snow twice as much of the high country Denver will drop 2 29 degrees overnight. 42 tomorrow 55 on Thursday. It's 36 degrees in the rain in Denver. Some of us are going to get to see Tom Brady. I'm thrilled to announce today that the Denver Broncos game against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on September 27th. Will allow a limited number of fans to attack Governor Pola, saying the state will allow 5700 fans to go to empower field at mile high. That's about 7.5% of the stadium's capacity. Britney Bull and with the Broncos spells out how it will work, in addition to mask and social distancing requirements. Seating will be done in small pods. And sections will be broken into groups. There will be 175 people in those groups season ticket holders are being offered the tickets, you'll be seeing less of Broncos head coach Vic Fangio on the sidelines more than £30 less. He talked about his trimmer physique with Kay Always. Logan and Louis today tried to cut down on the cards, which Didn't help my pasta and take that down on the sweets and I worked out some more. Coach Fangio. Ifyou're a Kaiser Permanente member. Getting a flu shot this month is pretty easy. You Khun do it at a drive up site members were protected and our staff are protected and it's very convenient. They just drive up, get their flu shots and they're on their way. Dr Amy Duck, Roe tells Kayo Way news radio. You have to make an appointment to take advantage of those drive up flu shots. Forest fan has died. Who's that? Well, he's the Santa Fe art dealer and author who hid that treasure chest. Some died trying to find it was located in Wyoming In July, Fen was 90 on Wall Street. Major indexes down 2 to 4%. Today, the Dow lost 6 30 to the NASDAQ gave up 4 65. The S and P 500 lost 95 in sports. You athletics partnering with points bet for a five year sponsorship deal. It's the first exclusive.
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"Everywhere else is looking good on the highways are free way of fortieth a is closed eastbound at chambers as for serious accident there Copeland came away fox thirty one pinpoint weather snow fog and wind tonight lows in the upper twenties tomorrow windy with some clouds highs in the low forties it is currently cloudy with fog and twenty two degrees our top story on KO a more winter weather stocking parts of the state including parts of the metro area tonight going to the next twenty four to forty eight hours or so this can be quite impact the weather across the state and the region would have some brief but intense snow fall that will reduce visibility plus win concerns heading into Saturday so travel around Colorado and at times near Denver fort Collins Greeley will be slow and you need to pack your patience for sure if you're gonna be the high country subject to periodic closures that's five thirty ones Matt make in some areas in the central and south western mountains could see more than a foot of snow by tomorrow night we are under a dense fog advisory in metro Denver and most of northeastern Colorado until eleven PM tonight well if you've been paying attention you know that thanksgiving week has been a nasty start to the holiday travel season with another major winter storm moving across the country to the country's smeared with winter weather alerts and when a large right now with winter storm warning from California all the way into Michigan winter from watch is now posted for the northeast as this storm does go coast to coast if he sees rob Marciano in both directions of I. seventy have a real opened after being closed for a rock slide for more than twelve hours today eastbound lanes reopened at three thirty the westbound side opened a few hours later at five forty well if you want to brave the cold Denver zoo lights it kicks off tonight.
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"Com slash Nick de show that what you just heard obviously, we're talking heads. And we're going to have on the show right now there's a there's a cover band called start making sense that have been around for a while, and they're playing Friday and Saturday at martyrs. And it's twenty dollars in advanced twenty five dollars the door the, the doors open at nine o'clock, and they're going to do a full show start making sense to other members of the of the band are here to talk about music and talk about the talking heads and talk about their. Band to John Brown who does lead vocals, and plays guitar, and Jesse Braun who his brother, and he plays drums, John, welcome to the show. Thank you, Nick, appreciate it. And Jesse welcome to the show. Thanks, man. All right. Let's talk about your background, John, who's the holes who who's the older or the younger brothers here. I guess I would be the older that, that would be the case. Okay. So John, you're the older brother. By ten years, believe it or not, how okay great. And when did you get into music personally, and then I'll ask Jesse. I question when did you start getting into music? His answer might mirror mind. Our father is musician. So he was a drummer. He is a drummer still currently. And so from probably before I can recall. So you, you, you always, you always knew you wanted to be a musician. Well, it didn't seem like a prosperous. Lifespan. But yes. Okay. All right. Yeah. Jesse? What about your same thing? Your dad is obviously the same dad and he's a drummer. So tell me about your year, a getting into music. Yeah, it was the same thing like right from the beginning. You know, like Jones up before I can remember, I know I was, you know. Drums all the time. Yeah. Now John, did you did you not gravitate to the drums? I did actually I'm a drummer, first and foremost. And this happened later in life, and I had a little guitar experience, and everyone said, hey, you sound like David Byrne. You know, maybe you should you should sing. All right. So the, the well you must have grown up. You gotta father is a drummer you guys. Do you guys my grown up in a loud house? My, my statement is my mother is a Saint that has yet to be recognized. There were a lot of people drums sets. Yeah. I would imagine, imagine you guys. Are you guys just the only siblings? Did you have any other brothers and sisters just the two? It's so okay, but still both drumming like the dad. Yeah. Your mom must have been your mom must be a Saint, that's all there is to it gonna be. Yeah. It was good. It was a good twenty five thirty years of drums, Bentley. That's unbelievable now where are you guys from John, where you where you get from? We, we currently all reside in need Bethlehem Pennsylvania area, which is right over the border from New Jersey Pennsylvania, but a good chunk of the band was born and raised in New Jersey and the tri-state metro area. Okay. All right. And how long have you been? How long have you by how long it start making sense? Together. We are in our tents years as a band, and you tour around the country doing this. We, we do we absolutely do where weekend warriors for the most part. We certainly play more than that. But for the most part, it's Thursday, Friday, Saturday Friday, Saturday every week ten months out of the year. Wow. That's boy, oh boy, that's a lot of traveling Jesse. You enjoy being on the road. Yeah. Man. It's great. Well, where we get to go to a lot of places where have you been telling Jesse tell me about some of the places you guys play. We do a lot of up and down the east coast, you know, from Maine to Florida, and I guess, maybe like the last five years, or so we've been heading out, west further and further. So we've, we've been doing Sakata go for a while. We do you know Denver, Fort Collins, area and Geos stuffy months ago debuted on the west coast in Seattle and Portland. You guys get big crowds. When you go to New York, I would imagine. Your your the bigger cities. I. Yeah. Well, I mean there from New York, so that's why I figured you'd be big. But that's now you guys outside of start making sense. What other music is you are you involved in John. We actually Jesse and I are both in original band called ruby dear. With one of the backup singers from start making sense, Jenny founds. She plays guitar and saying, so the three of us have a trio doing all original music called ruby. Dear. Oh, that's great man. That's really cool. In the you guys have you recorded stuff. We do. We have a full length album out and were playing whenever we're not doing this. And actually we open for our selves, sometimes. Oh, dear. Yep. So that's ruby. Dear. Is there a website where people can check out the music? Yeah. Rubira music dot com and all the streaming services have everything as well. Do you enjoy the, you know, obviously, you're having fun doing the, the, the talking heads thing. But you gotta really love doing your own stuff, right? Well, I it's a balance between the two, you know, one of the, the kind of unspoken or actually spoken the. Things we have is one more, not, if we're not having fun doing start making sense, will stop. Yeah, you know, we're not gonna we're not gonna do this just to just to do it. Right. You know there's a lot of tribute bands out there, and we've feel as though it's important that you enjoy what you do. So it's at point ever comes, we will stop doing it. What's the what's it? What about the songwriting process for ruby dear? Tell me about that. Do you guys write the songs all together? Jesse? You wanna take that. Yeah. Sure. So the, the I'd say the core or the bulk of the song comes comes from Jenny, and then the three of us kind of sit down and work it out. She writes kinda, you know, on piano, or guitar comes up with the, the chords and the melody, and then we kinda arrange it with the three of us. And so, so you guys you guys play out pretty regularly. Then they must be fun to open for It is it really really is. It's interesting because we're we're throwing some it's a little harder edged music than than talking heads. So it's interesting to throw it out and see what people respond to in that setting. Yeah. Yeah. Have you guys ever played martyrs here in Chicago before? We absolutely have I was in an original band for a very long time that toward the country relentlessly and. Going on fifteen eighteen years of playing martyrs. It's a great room. It's one of the best rooms in the city. It's one of the best rooms in the country, I would argue. Yeah, yeah. I haven't traveled arrive in traveled around a lot to a lot of venues, but all I know is that here in this city martyrs is right near the top of, you know, places to see shows absolutely. Every person that works there, every person that has worked there, all of them top top to bottom, or a wonderful people, and it's truly just a room for music. Yeah. First and foremost, absolute, John, what was the band that you were in that you two are all over the place with. Insidious rays was the name of the band. Okay. And you guys go ahead. Oh, just a independent rock and roll punk rock funk, psychedelic country band, or for about ten years ago that kind of thing I know that sound unfamiliar with water. Yeah. Yeah, that'll that old cliche. Yeah. Right. There. Right in martyrs. Jesse Jesse how long you been playing out and stuff? Well, probably fifteen years or so. Yeah. Started started gigging like most of us in, you know, local punk rock bands and stuff. And then, you know, I, I guess I was about twenty when we started start making sense, so. Okay. All right. Hang on. Okay. I want to talk more about that. I want to talk about the talking heads in about your show. That's coming up. You got two shows Friday and Saturday at martyrs this weekend guys. Hang on. Okay. Okay. There's John Brennan, who is the lead singer plays. Guitar for start making sense and his brother, Jesse Braun who plays drums. We're gonna come back and talk more about talking heads about their band about their gigs at martyrs this weekend. And we'll do that, right. If we take a break here on seven twenty WGN. Five.
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"Turns hands off. He finds his save pennies tumbles. Tolerant old down the bus around the board here in boulder with four minutes and fourteen seconds to play in the opening quarter. Three yard run Trayvon McMillan. Mark Johnson with the call McMillan had just scampered sixty three yards to get to the three yard line. But the buffs never tasted the end zone. Again. Coach Mike MacIntyre tough day force offensively. We gotta find a way to do better than that. And that's our plan. This week is bounced back and play Utah here and found a way to beat Utah. See us now dropped five straight after winning its first five games of the season. The buffs finish their home schedule next Saturday against the use of Utah. Other college football UNC beaten at Montana state, thirty five seven also rough night for the Rams is C issue falls at Nevada. Forty nine to ten air force over New Mexico. Forty two twenty four and the Colorado school of mines slams chadron state in golden forty nine to twenty mines and Pueblo share the Armagh championship next update at five thirty David KOA, NewsRadio eight fifty AM and ninety four one FM. Across the metro us slowly beginning to feel the weather is the cold front moves in this morning. I seventy in the high country, very slippery between Denver and Idaho springs. Double d turnpike between boulder and Broomfield also very slick, and I twenty five from Denver Fort Collins, a little icy outside of that twenty five I seventy five and two seventy up in comas city at posted.
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"Wanna be part of this hour. You wanna talk to our guest about food. Put them headphones on her forty four twelve sixty four to four twelve Pam Roy's here. Pam is the coordinator of the Santa Fe food policy council and also executive director of the nonprofit farm-to-table not a restaurant table. It's a it's a it's a nonprofit farm-to-table, Pimm. Thanks for coming by. Thanks so much for the invitation. Nice to meet you nice to meet you. Yeah. All right before we get to the food policy council stuff. Tell us about the nonprofit farm-to-table actually we were established more than eighteen years ago here in Santa Fe, actually as an outgrowth of work with farmers markets. So my regional work here in south even though is born and raised here was the first executive director of the farmers market here in many many years ago. Right. Fifty Elliott close almost right? He just turned fifty right? Yeah. Well, I can only a little bit later than that. And in we learned through that experience as we all know having one of the most incredible farmer's markets in the country. Right. Exactly the best and a happy to be so much a part of that too. Over the years is there is there is a real need for us. Really connect where food comes from especially our local production. Our local farmers with those of us who love to eat and those who are in need and need access to food. And so that introduction also brought us to working on policy work. There is a perennial program called the women infant children farmers market nutrition program way, back then we went to the legislature requesting some matching funds to get this program to New Mexico for our farmers markets and for women and children. You got the matching funds. Didn't do we did. But it was our first entree to policies so firmed table as a nonprofit was started to do through three things. One was to carry on through this broadening opportunities for firmers and ranchers to find markets, right? New mexico. Connecting to local grocery store. Doors to farmers markets, and then to actually build out what's called farm to school in New Mexico. And now we have a farm school program in New Mexico public education department in partnership with department agriculture took eighteen years of that in the third component is that policy piece, which is sometimes a funny p forever ready to work with, but it's really about people partnerships, and and then how policy is very much embedded in everything that we do. So we started the statewide New Mexico food and agriculture policy council, and then a few years later started the Santa Fe food policy council. It's the city and county appointed group and how many members were thirteen members here in Santa Fe and our statewide one is an open membership. And again, the idea is creating a relationship across food and farming health environment, economic development and those who need. Right. Exactly and the partnerships between agencies that actually provide programs and who are. Basically required to fall of various policies and laws and those of us who are nonprofits who can advocate and an individuals in the community who had worked together collectively around food and agriculture farming initiatives. Right. So it's a big project. And there are there's a lot more to it than initially. I thought we'd been doing this. I don't know for six eight ten months something like that doing a once a month talking about this because it's really important a lot of people in Santa Fe. I mean, you, and I probably know what we're going to have for dinner tonight, or we will have dinner tonight. A lot of people in Santa Fe scratching their heads all day long going. You know, how am I going to feed the kids or what are we gonna do? You know, how are we going to stretch the budget out? But you do a lot more stuff. It's like the haves and the have nots also extends to people who have land, but are aging out of farming it to finding young people who don't have land. But when a farm or people who have a farm, but don't have the combine the tractor to people that have that kind of matching people up to produce. Food. That's right. Which is fantastic. In one of the things we wanna make sure and what I love about this work with the saffy who policy council is we're looking both how the relationship between the city and the county, and of course, our county. And and I know Aaron or two goes was on the show and talked about the county aggregate idea of really. And what's so important? Is that the county and city are so committed to making sure we don't lose what we have when it comes to agriculture to production of food in our in our county and the city, and then what it means to our local economy and would means to health for our community. And so so we're putting in place and through policy and programs ways to. Structure and in protect in agriculture and in this region. So what would be a threat? What would be a reason that we'd lose some of that agriculture? Would it be? Land that is currently under being used things are being grown or sitting foul for the time being but could be brought back into production being used for other for housing or tracks or things like that. That's right. Richard. Exactly. And so so many communities across the country are really faced with this. Oh, you go up to over Phoenix. You go north of Denver Fort Collins. And if you head over to ESTES park, you see all that farm land that has been plowed under and it's just track after track after track to pagosa springs to see the same thing. That's right. If you think about where food comes from so in New Mexico. We agriculture is our fourth largest economic sector. So it's big for us in New Mexico over ten billion dollars in the sense of not just agriculture, but food-processing over four thousand jobs, and but ninety seven to ninety eight percent of everything we produce a New Mexico's exported out of the state and a lotta that actually some of it goes out of the country. So dairy is the first thing that's our number one, and that's number one revenue producer in in agriculture, the world's largest cheese factories over in Clovis new. That's right. Exactly. Right and top secret. You can't go in. Right. And there's reasons for that is so right. And then Secondly is is cons cons have become big big industry in New Mexico's second largest and again almost all of that is exported exported to New Mexico's second largest pecan producing state in the United States. Most of our pecans go to China and Europe. We've got to be way behind California right now. Georgia georgia. Yes. In California when it comes to Picasso. Yeah. And they do a lot more impetus shows so yes. So there's so we have these various things that are actually leave our state now, it's important is still important to our local economy. Right. And yet at the same time we have every opportunity to keep building out agricultural within state and your point the more. We can do to. Managed growth. Within cities counties and NC agriculture's an important aspect of our economy and our local food system, then we're more likely to really train take care of our arable land land that we can put in production. But you know, the the limiting factor there is of course, water. Exactly. Oh my gosh. She would just reading my mind because of course, as we've seen one of the driest years on record here in New Mexico, and yet our farmers manage water, very they're very efficient measuring water and become well, that's a good point. Right. Well, you're right. So the most water efficient crop on the planet. Exactly. That in Alfalfa's being the other large crop, which is really. A lot of the dairy. Right. They are the largest water users of agricultural crops in the state. But when we look at northern New Mexico CFE county and the agricultural we have even north to south is very different. We've got farmers managers who are really focused on mitigating their water. This larger use of water in a sense. And a lot of farmers use. What we call season extension, drip, irrigation high tunnels, which are covering crops. And and really, you know, protecting protecting the water that you're using as well where are they getting that technology are they getting it from our State Department of agriculture USDA or community colleges or New Mexico state? I mean where the where they learning about it. And then where's the funding being made available for them to do that great question in? So yes, exactly all of the above all in certainly a cooperative extension service. We have a great extension service here in Santa Fe county. Anna cross the state, they help farmers really learn, and there's a lot of programs Mexico farmers marketing association has paired up with coop extension moti needed coop to provide food, safety and traceability trainings for farmers. So that they are ready with their crops, and they know how to box and and distribute food safely to things like schools institutionally. So there's some fabulous public sector nonprofit and business partnerships that are working together. And to your point where to some of the funding come there's incredible funding through the farm Bill federal USDA funding. And so some of these initiatives are being covered by federal funding in that sense. Farmers can apply for was called value added producer grants. Great example is really amazing two brothers, silver blasts, and it's called silver leaf firms and corrals. Just down the road from us. They have ten thousand square feet under what would be called like like cold frames or or, but it's heated greenhouse we now size ten thousand square feet. They do aqua panics agriculture or so everything's water. And they're growing the most beautiful lettuce, cucumbers and tomatoes selling to schools restaurants, farmers markets, and there's other producers like that. But they actually got a USC value added producer grant to help them actually build out their business and get the kind of training resource, not alone. Right. Right. Correct. Is grant, but they had to put up a cost is a cost share to put up a portion the cost, but there's programs like that as a lot of them, and as part of our work as we policy councils to help our community understand those programs. I mean, that's the neat thing about that. You do the lot more than just, you know, make sure that the food desert. Desert's that you know, people are provided food and all that he could do an awful lot more be back with Pam, ROY. They listen to you want to jump into the conversation. Ask questions comments anything like that? Provide support.
"denver fort collins" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Said this Last week and then I got, somebody in the building, giving me we're looks. About this you, know Enter you don't like it helps if you're good but. It's not if if you just want to participate, and maybe some beginner's luck is there you can we're not telling you like you actually have to. But if you want a real shot at winning most likely you would need to, be pretty good I don't think that's something that. Just all of a, sudden comes naturally to somebody but maybe it does why not just join us. It's fun I do view weighing in on baseball. Topics Steve Says how about the rookie Han Hanson plays, out Plays out of his mind rocks trade LeMay Hugh I think. That that's a now he has to get healthy was he ten day de. L. so it's gonna be tight for the, Rockies now you could still trade him but You know for a contending team to trade for DJ he while he's on the DL is is a little, bit Risky but you can you know have your own medical examinations and all that kind of stuff but I do think that that's something like. DJ? LeMay who is not a, long term peace on this team unless he takes a sweetheart deal and in baseball why why would you So. Salary gab I'm sure the Yankees or the Red Sox could use a second baseman so why would you limit yourself unless you really love being here which we. All? Hope in Colorado Which actually turns out to be the. Case how many former Denver athletes staying Colorado whether it be here, or Denver Fort Collins or Castlerock But I don't think that I think the Rockies made, a clear choice this offseason in re-signing Charlie Blackmon because they can't afford. To take on much, more payroll if certainly not free agent payroll if they're going to try and, lock up Nolan auto before this time next, year I'll say might be in a, Saint similar situation that the Orioles, are with Manny Machado So d- Mayhew ain't game. Paid so either he's, going to take a sweetheart dealer he's gone so to Steve's point why not I like. DJ LeMay Hugh he's, a gamer Second base is in a, critical defensive position Can? You find. A bat that is consistent DJ probably not But Hamson the a ham ham son the? Other night Look pretty good hit a double cool. Moment for him so highly, touted and everything like that, maybe, there's a fit there Also let's also let's not, forget, who's lurking, it's not Gary Hamson is Brendan Rodgers. Now that Trevor stories we're looking at. Trevor story now and like.
"denver fort collins" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW
"Thrill three three five nine six two one seven as the number to call let's take a look at some other numbers look we gave it up part of this uh earlier in the show the median price of a detached home so far this year in the denver marketplace is three hundred eighty thousand where did it end up in december right around three hundred and eighty thousand very close so we're sticking to that track and the median price it is is really a significant number because we will see that continue to go up and up and up for the next six or seven months most likely by the way the average price of the denver home well so far for the two hundred and ten homes that as go have gone under market that's not enough for for true study is four hundred and forty five thousand the average price however for most of december was four hundred eighty five thousand so that's just how small numbers work they distort the reality so we're not going to focus too much on that but here's the bigger picture in colorado springs denver fort collins all of the front range the the inventory is that is maybe momentary low point of the last twelve months and likely the low point of the next twelve months right now and may be the low point in history ryan i well it once upon a time the history was zero well k in recent fine what is your thought of reason i won a seriously probably thirty or forty years it could be the lowest in who tori we've had in thirty years i'll see how far i could find back the denver metro association of realtors in aurora and i think smadga south metro district south metro denver association of realtors i think we tween the three associations and maybe the.
"denver fort collins" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Tuition and help other people abc's mary bruce for bruce reporting from capitol hill tells us what's next democrats are urging republicans to slow down and wait until the new democratic senator from alabama doug jones is sworn in but the pressure is on for republicans to pass this before the gop loses that alabama vote demonstrators say the plan will primarily benefit the rich kentucky republican representative dead johnson who was under investigation for allegedly sexually assaulting a 17yearold girl as committed suicide at a news conference tuesday night johnson denied he was under investigation i'm never had a fully hoffman please funds saying there was the investigation going uh or anything of safe johnson reportedly jumped off a bridge wednesday evening he posted along message on this facebook page denying the accusations firefighters in california say the thomas fires now thirty percent contained but still burning through the mountains in santa barbara county ron richardson says he was nervous about the approaching flames that scary very scary my brothers over on cody road and i'm actually more concerned for him there summerlin firefighters took advantage of calm winds to set a controlled fire before the wildfire it could reach it you're listening to abc news koa newsradio time is 102 some light snow is falling in our area we are closely watching the precept total dia to see if we can end the streak of sixty six days without measurable snow at this point i will probably have every inch half of an inch of snow at the airport national weather service's lisa create them in about one to two inches of snow is forecast for the metro area with a higher amounts in the western and southern suburbs the high country will also get a good helping us now we're expecting anywhere from kudo about pick and choose uh with the fix kind of being more on the higher higher peak and generally a round or south of i seventy as those should be done by mid morning that it's a little cloudy with all this free said but the gemena meteors showers going on now in over the next few days so this is a pretty good meteor shower uh mice second or third favorite see you bolder fiske planetary ends doug dunkin' says the best viewing his away from city lights for every one bright enough to see for denver fort collins or something you probably see thirty if you're.
"denver fort collins" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Leader koa newsradio cold front coming through tonight and early tomorrow morning fifty seven degrees on saturdays a big time drought for our temperatures mostly sunny skies to partly sunny with a gusty wind so watch out for that win tomorrow could even see a little mountain snow overnight tonight not expecting a ton tomorrow night we'll be a little chilly were close to freezing but were ripe back to the 70s on sunday from cbs four i'm meteorologist lauren whitney on koa newsradio 850 am and 941 fm and right now we have a few clouds and 66 degrees in denver fort collins police say the suspect and the three people he shot ward together the night before the shooting sergeant dean cunningham says they still i don't know what happened no motive has been determined for this incident as of yet anyone with information is asked to call the four collins police department cunningham says thirty year old michael zamora shot and killed twenty two old savannah mcneeley 26yearold tristan can't before killing himself a fourth woman also was shot and was injured the uncle of the two children allegedly killed by their older brother this week says their family is heartbroken took something so purses from our family and we're never going to be the same that's marcus mason he was referring to the suspect year old maalik murphy murphy is charged with stabbing his sevenyearold brother and fiveyearold sister to death he allegedly told investigators he wanted to kill his entire family so he could have the home to himself a house has been destroyed by a fire that started in the kitchen of a home in the crossings neighborhood of grant ranch denver firecrews showed up to fight was about thirty minutes after the initial all we finally all of our firefighters out a short that there was nobody outside of that work very arch you get the fire just to say contain took this that's captain greg pick flee apparently the fire was already overtaking the entire house before fire crews were called the home was in the sixty four is in the sixty four hundred block of west sumatra and it is now a total loss denver broncos linebacker cory nelson has been lost for the season he had an elbow injury he suffered at practice thursday and now is out queries had.