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Los Angeles, Orange counties move closer to red tier for reopening economy

Ben Shapiro

00:20 sec | Last month

Los Angeles, Orange counties move closer to red tier for reopening economy

"Los Angeles and Orange counties barely missed the cut. But seven counties are moving to the less restrictive right here in California's color coded Cupid 19 system. By next week. Another dozen counties could also make the move counties moving into the red tear, Our Eldorado lass in Santa Clara, San Francisco, Napa, Murdoch and San Luis

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California issues COVID-19 guidelines for ski resorts

Mark Thompson

01:16 min | 4 months ago

California issues COVID-19 guidelines for ski resorts

"The new guidance for ski resorts. That has been relate released by state public health officials. California ski resorts can no longer sell day of ski tickets. And they have to limit capacity on the mountain. Skiers and snowboarders have to have a season pass advanced reservations or a pre purchased lift ticket. To get access to the resorts. Parking lots are also going to be limited to pass holders or visitors with a pre purchased ticket. A reservation. So they're trying to just keep numbers down, right? As Corona virus cases accelerate These guidelines, they say, allow for ski resorts to continue operations in all tiers of the state's covert blueprints along his businesses make specific modifications. So Nevada Plaster Eldorado counties where Tahoe ski resorts located there in the purple. You're the most restrictive tear. So is Mono County that includes mammoth. But many ski resorts in California already opened. They are already taken supposedly Taken steps to limit the number of skiers and snowboarders on the mountains. Thanksgiving weekend

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Only One El Dorado County elementary student tests positive for COVID

The KFBK Morning News

01:00 min | 7 months ago

Only One El Dorado County elementary student tests positive for COVID

"Hour power with the story of a local school where kids have been back in the classroom for almost two months. And there's just been one case of covered 19 Eldorado counties. Rescue Union School district has a hybrid model for in person instruction. KFBK is Aubrey Aquino spoke to to Superintendent Superintendent Cheryl Cheryl Olson Olson about about how how they're they're doing doing at at seven seven weeks weeks into into the the school school year year with with in in person person hybrid hybrid instruction instruction and and only only one one positive positive case case of of Corona Corona virus virus among among students students and and staff staff in in the the rescue rescue Union Union school school District District Superintendent Superintendent Cheryl Cheryl Olson Olson says says So So far far so so good. good. We We certainly certainly understand understand that that some some people people have have Other Other things things going going on on in in their their families families that that maybe maybe health health confirms that maybe an age age factor So there are other reasons not to come back in person, and we completely respect that and understand that and believe that it is our responsibility to provide choice. Prior to the start of the school year, parents were given the option to enroll in a hybrid learning model or opt for distance learning. Aubrey Aquino News 93.1 kfbk. Kfbk is

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At Least 29 Structures Damaged Or Destroyed As Bobcat Fire Continues To Grow In Los Angeles County

The Ben Shapiro Show

00:13 sec | 7 months ago

At Least 29 Structures Damaged Or Destroyed As Bobcat Fire Continues To Grow In Los Angeles County

"Killed the Eldorado fire last week. Was big Bear. Interagency hotshot Squad boss Charles Moore In the 39 year old died September 17 P first began serving the California Conservation Corps. In 2002 and moved on to the Forest Service, where he spent the last 14 years. The bobcat fires at 17% containment and has consumed more than 109,000 acres. As of this morning, it also destroyed at least 29 structures, including the Nature Center. In the Devil's Punchbowl. Even now, check out the new self I

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Fire sparked by gender-reveal device killed Hotshot crew boss

Morning Edition

00:35 sec | 7 months ago

Fire sparked by gender-reveal device killed Hotshot crew boss

"Fire officials in Southern California say more than 1000 homes in the mountains north east of Los Angeles, remain threatened by the Bobcat fire. Matt Dillon with member station K. C. R W says a firefighter killed last week while working a fire in the San Bernardino Mountains has been identified. 39 year old Charlie Morton was a firefighter for practically his entire adult life. He joined the U. S Forest Service in 2006 and eventually became a squad boss for a crew of hotshots. The blaze that took his life Eldorado fire was sparked a gender reveal party. It's now burned more than 22,000 acres.

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California Wildfires Continue To Hurt the West Coast

77WABC Programming

00:43 sec | 7 months ago

California Wildfires Continue To Hurt the West Coast

"Strong afternoon winds intensified a wildfire burning for nearly two weeks in mountains northeast of Los Angeles. Prompting authorities to issue evacuation orders for desert communities that already lost some homes and officials were investigating Thursday's death of a firefighter on the lines of another Southern California wildfire sparked by fireworks. The fires have killed at least 35 people in the U. S. Forest Service honor the firefighter who died battling the Eldorado fire in the San Bernardino Forest with a procession of first responders. The circumstances of his death have not been released. The Eldorado Fire started about two weeks ago from a pyrotechnic device at a gender reveal party.

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Firefighter dies in California wildfire sparked by gender reveal

Business Rockstars

00:29 sec | 7 months ago

Firefighter dies in California wildfire sparked by gender reveal

"Firefighter died while fighting the wildfire sparked by a gender reveal party in California. The firefighter who was battling the Eldorado fire was the 26th person to die and places that have consumed the Golden State. He was killed Thursday while working in the San Bernardino National Forest. A spokesman for Cal Ifyour state criminal charges were being considered before the firefighters death but would not be found before the fire was extinguished. The Eldorado fire was two thirds contained as of yesterday.

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Gender Reveal Party Family Could Face Manslaughter

John and Ken on Demand

00:24 sec | 7 months ago

Gender Reveal Party Family Could Face Manslaughter

"The Eldorado fire out and you Yucaipa, that's the one that was started by the people with their gender reveal video whatever they were doing with their smoke bomb. and. Cost the life of a firefighter. They could be charged with manslaughter I have read. So yes. Yeah because they were. They were so reckless in their activity once if anybody dies in, they're responsible. Be. Responsible

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Los Angeles - Firefighter Reported Missing While Battling The El Dorado Fire Found Dead

Morning Edition

00:19 sec | 7 months ago

Los Angeles - Firefighter Reported Missing While Battling The El Dorado Fire Found Dead

"San Bernardino National Forest has claimed the life of a firefighter the U. S. Forest Service, as the firefighter was killed yesterday while working the Eldorado fire. It broke out two weeks ago when has burned more than 19,000 acres. Since then, the fire's about two thirds contained Representatives of

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Smoke Advisory In Effect For Most Of Los Angeles County, Several SoCal Counties

Bloomberg Businessweek

00:22 sec | 7 months ago

Smoke Advisory In Effect For Most Of Los Angeles County, Several SoCal Counties

"A smoke advisory remains in effect today for lung damaging air pollution and most of Los Angeles County and parts of Orange, Riverside and San Bernardino counties. The South Coast Air Quality Management District says that's due to smoke and ash from the 26,000 Acre bobcat fire in the Angeles National Forest about Azusa in the nearly 14,000 Acre Eldorado fire. In the San Bernardino Mountains near your kippah.

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The Impact of Wildfires on Climate and Air Quality

All Things Considered

06:23 min | 7 months ago

The Impact of Wildfires on Climate and Air Quality

"Are trying to get the upper hand When my saying any hand on a bunch of fires burning up and down California, it is a horrendous fight. The Bobcats Fire in the Angeles National Forest, The Eldorado fire in the San Bernardino National Forest, You know, the one that began with a gender reveal party, the creek fire in the Sierra Nevada Mountains, where there have been dramatic evacuations. Containment in those fires is small and the battle is heroic. But I don't have to tell you that large swaths of the state and the West Coast are burning. You can probably see it in the air. As in the air. You and I are breathing. Maybe you're wondering like me What's in that air and is it putting you in any danger? Rachel Becker is an environmental reporter for Cal matters. And she's here with some answers. Rachel. Hi around sunset Yesterday I took a drive up PCH. Ah, the son was hazed out. The sun actually had bands. I could look directly at it. And it looked like Jupiter. I remember thinking to myself. Oh, my God, that looks like a planet, not a star. I'm seeing picture after picture today of San Francisco, doused in this glowing orange color and other places, too. What is in that smoky air? It's it is unearthly. Ah, and what we're seeing is when a wildfire burns through vegetation. It turns out these fine airborne particle pollution, sewage. It turns out soot that can irritate the lungs and have been linked to hurt and lung problems. Premature death. There are also gases like carbon monoxide, cancer causing chemicals. That mix into this smoke cloud as well. It really creates this kind of toxic soup that can change depending on what is burning and how hot it's burning and as those chemicals kind of stew in the atmosphere, they keep reacting, so they break apart. They joined together and they make new ingredients that people can inhale and that can harm people's lungs. On then, on top of that, there are also burning cars and buildings. And while those make up a smaller fraction of the smoke that people far from the fires in hell, they could present a health risk to the people right up close fighting those fires. Yeah, A lot of the firefighters are dealing with with with terrible situations. I know that this is a very basic question. A primary question. If if I don't smell the smoke, does that mean that the air is okay? Not necessarily. There still could be fine. Ah, airborne particles what you're smelling and isn't necessarily reflecting what the health risk could be. So you know when we talk about smoking here, quality if it comes down to, as you say, particulate matter, On Dure talking about suit. You're talking about the fine particles that you can inhale and and those particles get lodged in your lungs right? And they can and those particles Khun do like a lot of damage to your body, talk a little bit about that in the dangers of that and what we conducive to help ourselves. Yet researchers have found increases in emergency room visits for heart problems for breathing problems. There were reports of increased risk from stroke during wildfire smoke events. Eso it's It's definitely a health risk, and if people can, they should stay away from it. Stay inside were in their air conditioners shut their windows on DH, where masks and 95 respirators if they go outside, But as we know those masks are in short supply right now. On people coping with the heat may not be able to afford running their air conditioners right now, or they're they may be using air conditioners that suck in air from the outside. There are also folks farm workers who are working outside right now, so not every Californian may be able to keep themselves as safe as they need, Teo. That's that sounds bleak. It is bleak, and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention of also warned that wildfire smoke can increase susceptibility to lung infections, including the novel Corona virus. We have people who are evacuating being forced by circumstances into close proximity, which can increase the risk of the Corona virus spreading. I talked to. Ah, mother and daughter, who were evacuating one of the Lightning sparked fires at the end of August. And they said the choice of whether to evacuate and be around other people or stay in their homes and risk burning was A pretty clear one to make, you know. They told me we're going to catch on fire and we're going to be dead or we're going to go someplace where there's more than eight people. You know, we keep seeing that wildfire season gets longer and longer. I mean shoot. Most of California isn't fire season all year round. It seems like especially in the drought years of of late. When you keep breathing in the terrible air fromthe wildfires that keep happening over and over again Over the course of years and years when you see that, you know the research that's out there. Obviously your body takes a big hit, right? It can't be good for you. Yeah. I mean, this is a climate change story. You know, a collision of crises we can expect to see more of climate change is worsening wildfires. It's making it hotter. And as a result of that, and our continued reliance on fossil fuels, our air is going to get dirtier. It's this kind of vicious spiral that's caught Californians and isn't letting go and lower income Californians are going to be hit especially hard. You mentioned climate change. Obviously, we just came off of it. I mean, record breaking hot weekend where temperatures exceeded 100. 20 in Woodland Hills and some other parts of greater L A. I mean, Ah, Heat exacerbates this for sure. And we're getting hotter, right? Yeah, yeah, We're definitely getting hotter. With climate change and and heat. Khun basically stew, the toxic soup of air pollution from the air can become stagnant. It can trap pollutants and make an increased surface levels of smog. On. That's in addition to all of the particulates and smoke we have in the air, so we're really seeing a combination of pollutants and risks for people out there breathing this Rachel

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"eldorado" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:43 min | 7 months ago

"eldorado" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Of this morning that Eldorado fire near Ukip, a 10,500 acres, it's 16% contained its force 21,000 residents to evacuate and thousands more are in danger. Traffic and weather together. Here's Brian Nobles. Still, crews on the scene of that big rig versus guard rail incident at the end of the connector ran for me found I 82 North Bound I five things were flowing through there, but now they're working on getting the big rig out of there. So for of time being the rampage shut down as they do that, though it shouldn't take very long right now he's found I 80 connector Ran north found five is blocked Traffic on the tens, every 10 minutes mornings and afternoons news 93.1 kfbk. Windy and smoky for today with hazy skies highs from 96 to 100 degrees tonight, clear lows in the mid sixties tomorrow Hazy sunshine. Very warm highs from 92 to 96 degrees. We'll keep that Hayes around into Thursday Highs from 92 94 degrees I'm AccuWeather Meteorologist. Map Ends news 93.1 CAF E K. DowJones is off 383 points right now, the SNP also down 60 and the NASDAQ Down 291. That's 2.5% currently 79 degrees in Sacramento. John Byrne Isay News 93.1 kfbk stuffing in less than 30 minutes, breaking news the second inhabit on Sacramento's new 93.1 kfbk. Well, there's a lot of confusion when it comes to the reliability of tests for the Corona virus antibodies. But Michael Doherty of any lab tests now in Stirling says the nautical tests are the same. Really. There's two main and about it I g n I G antibodies developed most patients within 7 to 10 days after symptoms began and I G m, which is the first anybody produced when the immune system kicks in their drawing for your.

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Eye Opener: Dozens of wildfires threaten the West

Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

00:29 sec | 7 months ago

Eye Opener: Dozens of wildfires threaten the West

"Up Across the West Santa Ana winds expect his nine California will only make things worse. So far, more than two million acres have burned this year alone. ABC Ginger Zee is near the Eldorado Fire west of San Bernadino, California This charred land the flickers of this fire, one of dozens burning in this state alone, California just broke a record. Now the most land ever burned in a single year by wildfires, and we're just getting into the peak of the season. The CEOs of

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Homes Destroyed In Los Angeles, Evacuations Remain For El Dorado Fire Sparked By Pyrotechnics

WBZ Afternoon News

00:38 sec | 7 months ago

Homes Destroyed In Los Angeles, Evacuations Remain For El Dorado Fire Sparked By Pyrotechnics

"Wildfires have burned more than two million acres in the Golden Golden State this year, setting a state record even as crews battle dozens of growing blazes and swell thing. Temperatures today. And investigators now know what started it all. The Eldorado wildfire has forced thousands of evacuations and several other communities. Investigators believe it sparked in a park Saturday when a family used pyrotechnics to shoot a gender reveal announcement. Cal Fire investigators say those family members did try to put out the flames. But now they could face numerous charges, including the reckless lighting of a fire and they could be liable for losses and firefighting costs. That was Kara

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Gender-reveal "pyrotechnic" blamed for huge California wildfire

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:48 sec | 7 months ago

Gender-reveal "pyrotechnic" blamed for huge California wildfire

"Wildfires in California have now burned a record two million acres in the year. 2020 on the most dangerous part of the year is just ahead. California Governor Gavin Newsom has declared a state of emergency in five counties. CBS News correspondent Chris Martinez with the latest from Los Angeles in San Bernardino County officials say the Eldorado fire started because of fireworks set off during a gender reveal photo up on Santa Day. 3000 people are under evacuation orders. The Valley fire near San Diego has burned more than 16 Square miles. Residents are on edge. We keep thinking they've got it. They've got it, and then it flares back up, and it's just total devastation. Another fire near Los Angeles forced the evacuation of Mount Wilson Observatory. Almost two million acres have burned so far this wildfire season in California

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A gender reveal party sparked a wildfire in California that's grown to over 7,000 acres

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:49 sec | 7 months ago

A gender reveal party sparked a wildfire in California that's grown to over 7,000 acres

"California governor Gavin Newson has declared a state of emergency in five counties are several wildfires continue to rage. Thousands of people remain under evacuation orders and with the extreme heat on the way again today, neighbors very worried about what this fire might do. Hot spot crew talked with us about its erratic nature overnight in four different Direction Since we've been here started, it was pushing to the east and the north and then big Western wind shift and then today was moved to the south out of the north winds and winds. Bin Pretty dramatically inconsistent. That's K CBS reporter Kara Finnstrom. One of the fire started after some fireworks were set off a gender reveal party. The Eldorado Fire has burned 7000 acres and is 5%

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Gov. Gavin Newsom Declares State of Emergency

Bloomberg Best

00:22 sec | 7 months ago

Gov. Gavin Newsom Declares State of Emergency

"Several counties due to the wildfire is burning across California. Newsome issued an emergency proclamation for Fresno, Madeira and Mariposa counties due to the creek Fire or San Bernardino County. Due to the Eldorado fire, and for San Diego County Due to the valley fire, tens of thousands of acres have been scorched and thousands of residents have been evacuated. I'm Tom Roberts.

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Gender-reveal pyrotechnic sparked massive El Dorado fire

Bloomberg Businessweek

00:31 sec | 7 months ago

Gender-reveal pyrotechnic sparked massive El Dorado fire

"We now know the cause of the massive Eldorado fire raging in California's San Bernardino County more from Daniel Martin Dale. It was a gender reveal gone terribly wrong. Officials blame smoke making pyrotechnics from a baby gender reveal cannon. It ignited dry brush in Eldorado Ranch Park on Saturday morning. Since then, it's burned at least 7050 acres and threaten around 3000 residents. It's just 5% contained, and crews will have to battle 102 degree heat on the front lines. Today.

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"eldorado" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:58 min | 8 months ago

"eldorado" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Positivity rate is now it's 6.5%. I'm Joe Michael's News. 93.1 KFBK Sacramento traffic. Good evening, a 33 Bob Williams in the KFBK Traffic Center reports of a transformer fire that may turn into a grass fire. This is going to be off of a green stone road and that's in the Eldorado County area, not too far from the Eldorado. Eric County American Legion Post, which is going to be just off highway 50. That's a little bit south. But there's the Red Hawk Casino on the other side of the roadway. What else going on Traffic Hazard Pleasant Valley Road at zoos and Della Road reports there. Of a vehicle blocking the slow lane. A lot of work tonight at our freeways, we will see reduced lanes on the north bound five starting around the area. Florid road couple ramp closures as you head north to the on ramp for Seamus Avenue. The off ramp at Centerville Road are close to the overnight hours. You're seeing work as well. On highway 50 from eastbound 50 Occidental Drive over crossing the May he rode over crossing survey work is going on through the overnight hours. That's gotta laying closed westbound from Hornet Drive the caps of the 99 connector ramp. Poor darling going on that closes late through the overnight hours. Traffic on the tens, every 10 minutes mornings and afternoons. Bob Williams News 93.1 kfbk Now Sacramento weather Hayes and Smoke Tonight Partly cloudy low 65 69 partial Sunday far with Hayes and smoke. I 91 to 95 hazy tomorrow. Diallo's 62 to 66. Hayes and smoke again on Wednesday. Next client's assigned high 91 to 95 Mackey Weathers five. Larson Lose 93.1 KFBK Nothing less than 30 minutes. Breaking news. The second it happened on Sacramento's new 93.1 kfbk Laurey Caverns has reopened with new safety. Measures in place.

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California confirms first case of plague in 5 years

John McGinness

00:16 sec | 8 months ago

California confirms first case of plague in 5 years

"Are confirming a case of plague in South Lake Tahoe. It's the first case in California in five years. Eldorado County officials announced yesterday that a local resident tested positive plague bacteria are often transmitted by fleas that have acquired it from infected squirrels, chipmunks and other wild rodents.

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"eldorado" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:34 min | 1 year ago

"eldorado" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"In your community Eldorado county public health officer Dr Nancy Williams says they're not handing out tickets or charging people they're simply asking people to do the right thing traffic and weather together let's check the roadways with Bob Williams this report brought to us by first five California vehicle fire Eldorado county this is fifties down just east of the apple cafe crews responding also crashed working el Camino Avenue had water have you two vehicles involved two vehicles on the shoulder after collision fifty westbound just east of the however the off ramp and keep in mind the lane closed on northbound five from consumers were Boulevard to pocket rode through six strength in your child's bond with grandparents or other special relatives who live far away by scheduling video story time sessions via your mobile device or brain building ideas of first five California dot com traffic every ten minutes mornings and afternoons news ninety three point one K. a P. K. chance of showers otherwise cloudy this afternoon with highs in the low sixties partly cloudy overnight a low of fifty and sunshine Friday with highs in the low seventies sixty two degrees now in Sacramento John Byrne I see news ninety three point one KFBK Sacramento is number one for breaking news traffic and weather he was ninety three point one F. B. K. for the answers to all your questions on investments taxes planning for retirement mortgages getting your kids into college and more it's Laura cattlemen show every Saturday morning at nine on K. F. B. K. can be here for life source water systems you know when I hear about sometimes the shortages for filtered water and supplies I'm just really glad we went ahead and got that life source whole house water system because.

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"eldorado" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"eldorado" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"One in Carmichael Eldorado hills fifty nine granite bay sixty one at six forty one is for building a better Sacramento during the Kobe nineteen situation local businessman Michael Cole or had an idea of all these great stories that come out of all the bad news that we're hearing right now and I just thought there's got to be something we can do in Sacramento after all his company's Sacramento rendering has been around since nineteen thirteen and is doing well right now fortunately our business is part of the critical infrastructure for the county and the state and even the country and were were busy working but everybody employed here and we as a company just wanna shore support for those wind workers that are taking care of our sticky so on Easter Sunday the Koehler family will be providing brunch for about two hundred and fifty health care workers at mercy General Hospital rush will include an assortment of fresh fruit quiche French toast and more and the meal will provide enough food to feed the entire hospital staff during their hospital chefs Michael says he has a special place in his heart for mercy I was born in mercy hospital believe it or not and so that's a special obviously special place for me and he says his company is just happy to have the resources to do something like this specially on a day like Easter Sunday where healthcare workers are going to be apart from their families you know usually so celebrate the holidays with your family they'll be working taking care of our sick people and we just wanted to do something to show our appreciation.

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"eldorado" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

13:15 min | 1 year ago

"eldorado" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Welcome back to coast to coast George nori with you Denise Eldorado was last with us about six years ago we were talking about her work called the voodoo doll spellbook she is a New Orleans born native creole raised in the voodoo and hoodoo rich culture of New Orleans she has studied indigenous healing traditions from a personal professional academic perspective for more than four decades she's the author of numerous books about southern conjurer and the first to do magazine who do and conjures she is a roof worker in the Louisiana voodoo tradition a spiritual artist and a teacher of southern conjure or at crossroads university welcome back thank you for having me great to be here tell me what conjure means what is that what is under yeah what is conjurer with with with with regards to voodoo well that's so that's kind of a big question it refers to the magical aspect of the practice and includes summoning spirit conjuring up the spirits I guess right right as definitely it has to do with working with with spirits and you know doing magic basically is evil or not what help is not evil conjure it depends on who's doing it okay as to what effect it will have so you know a lot of healing can confirm conjure you know people help there's situations and can help other people based in conjuring of various the fact influences on condition yeah but then again it depends on who's doing as the you know conjures practice can be done to hurt and harm well exactly and what is a route to worker well our route worker is someone who also does conjure but they work with some herbs okay and plant animal part and minerals almost like a shaman would Florida yeah yeah now Marie lebeau of course about a lot of books written about the Marie he you have written a good one called the magic of Marie lebeau tell us a little bit about this person and who wash Maria about most people know about her as being the voodoo queen of New Orleans that's like the most common reference to her but those of us who are from New Orleans we know her as a full answer really function as a nurse she served our community by helping people the who suffer from yellow fever and smallpox a lot of the pretty bad epidemic that were going on during the eighteen hundred she help people who needed a place to stay keep her doctors one little boy to get a flavor is on the run a place to a safe place to be she very people in her tomb who couldn't afford one own slated to be very very heartwarming person yeah that's a part of you know that's the engineering side of her that we you know know her that that's the most important part of her how did you get so famous because of her deeds well you know she left a pretty big legacy on New Orleans because because not only was she you know the the flat surface that we know she was a devout Catholic but she also practiced mood is so that was I was in no no your actually no because she had actually had the approval of the priest at the time father on one and they had a little thing worked out in fact he and she were very close throughout her whole life he baptized her and and he schooled her in the tenets of the Catholic faith he wears a long while she was alone because they were together when the nurse you know six people suffering from the play again and from yellow fever so they had a they had a a really close relationship actually and he handled this whole thing worked out to where she she was more in favor or as a voodoo practitioner by the Catholic Church than other voodoo queen for because she would bring her congregation into the church where's the other one encourage their congregations to stay away so as long as she was able to bring people into the church father Antoine allowed her to carry on rituals out in the back of Saint Louis zero which isn't a war lines not Saint Louis Missouri right right right so they had a they had a good little arrangement going on so she was able to bring them you know her congregants to the to the Catholic Church and they agreed you know and they were able to do that too isn't ceremonies in a behind the church but in okay most of them and it is not so different than a lot of ways there wasn't really a big stretch what is Moodle Denise get a bad rap for being somewhat number you know cultish and evil I mean it it does and it's not but it does get that rap yeah it definitely does and that stems way back from the propaganda and and misunderstanding of the colonists to be Frank really yeah yeah if you look at the newspaper articles that are that were printed in the eighteen hundreds early nineteen hundreds even now a lot of times but back then they would be really demonized anything African you know they considered anybody indigenous an African to the sub humans so anything they did of course was not understood not accepted and yes she was partly African native American African American but she owned slaves initially he did she did but she only owned slaves seven she only weighs when she married well she wasn't married she was a common law or put because is what it is what it was called at the time because they were able to marry Christopher right right he was able to take a woman in an the court you know supporter and provide for children and things like that but they couldn't marry they have sixteen kids now they didn't it's a rumor our the legend she only had seven children all together yeah yeah he had to have her with the her first husband and then she had five five with a lesbian on the cover that you have on the books of magic of Marie lebeau is at an authentic covers or is that just an art artistic sketch okay that's an artistic because it looks great yeah that one does cover artwork was done by someone a guy named Matthew six times in the sky sixteen and not sure how to say his last name but that's the credit she's holding a snake and everything else one of the things that she practice to get her reputation I mean did she do magical spells on people and things like that we go back to the slave owner thing for me sure because there's so much more to that than just you know it is it is weird for an African American she was partly that owned slaves isn't not me eighteen hundred that was not she was a free woman of color okay so at during the eighteen hundreds it was not uncommon at all for free people of color to own slaves no she didn't own any slaves until she got with lucky on he that's the husband the common grounds okay right he did own slaves there was a common practice among the French and together when they were that is those during the years they were together they owned eight slave and some of them they kept longer than others and you know others they sold but and she and Murray herself this after he died she never did buy anymore sleigh she only had played when she was with was come along as well right now one of the things that I had never heard or seen or known until I was you know deep into the research for my book was it was a clue that I found on some descriptions of her personal alters and what these are like magical altars yes okay yeah her her her magical alters your spiritual alters she had that she is of you know different Saint Saint Peter's name Anthony but she also had a statue of Saint maroon no Saint maroon is identified as John Saint Malo who's that girl John hello was a not one I don't know well he was in in the latter part of the seventeen hundreds he was the one of the original the the resistors he was a a maroon which is filet of with a runaway slave basically okay and he was fantastic actually I mean he was before he did not want to be a slave to what he did was he ran away to the swamp he develop alliances with a note with the local native people and he ended up bringing like fifty other people with him into the swamp any seven power communities that were self sufficient and they engagement making like crafted they sold to the townspeople and they speak they had a whole economy of lumber if they would sell ends of town people would buy it from them because it was cheaper he was like home depot before home depot all right kind of sort of yeah and so they into the lives in the swamps they raise their children and families in caves and hollowed trees and they were high during the day so they only came out you know during Dustin and at night time and amuses it was amazing network of if successful resistance that he commandeered and eventually he was you know he was thought the whole time of course by authorities and eventually he was caught and he was made an example of an tortured and hung Jeez and front of the church but this is where a person thing to do but well they have they have their days deny so anyway so if that is so after after that happened what happened it was a backlash because they thought that you know what they're getting back at Saint maroon with who he would actually wasn't called favorites at times they just knew him a son Milo and they called his quote unquote gang this on Melo band a runaway slave and so after he died the way he was and the way he died if they actually turn him into a martyr and hero really well yes he didn't expect that movie.

George nori Denise Eldorado
"eldorado" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

13:35 min | 1 year ago

"eldorado" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Welcome back to coast to coast George nor you with you Denise Eldorado was last with us about six years ago we were talking about her work called the voodoo doll spellbook she is a New Orleans born native creole raised in the voodoo and hoodoo rich culture of New Orleans she has studied indigenous healing traditions from a personal professional academic perspective for more than four decades she's the author of numerous books about southern conjurer and the first to do magazine who do and conjures she is a roof worker in the Louisiana who traditionally spiritual artist and a teacher of southern conjure or at a crossroads university the niece welcome back thank you for having me very great to be here tell me what conjure means what is that what a kinder yeah what is conjurer with with we're with regards to voodoo well hunter is that's so that's kind of a big question it refers to the magical aspects of the practice and includes summoning spirit conjuring up the spirits I guess right right yeah it definitely has to do with working with with spirits and you know doing magic basically is it evil or not what itself is not evil conjure it depends on who's doing it okay as to what effect it will have so you know a lot of healing can come from conjure you know people help their separatist situations and can help other people based in conjuring very is FX or influences on condition yeah but then again it depends on who's doing as the you know conjures practice can be done to hurt and harm well exactly and what is a route to worker well a route worker is someone who also does conjure but they work with some herbs okay and plant animal part and minerals almost like a shaman would Florida yeah yeah now Marie lebeau of course about a lot of books written about the Marie he and you have written a good one called the magic of Marie lebeau tell us a little bit about this person and who wash well Murray about most people know about her as being the voodoo queen of New Orleans that's like the most common reference to her but those of us who are from New Orleans we know her as a full answer who really function as a nurse she served our community by helping people the who suffer from yellow fever and smallpox a lot of the pretty bad epidemic that were going on during the eighteen hundreds she help people who needed a place to stay Shiva doctored one little boy she gave slaves on the run a place to a safe place to be she buried people in her tomb who couldn't afford one slated to be very concerned very heartwarming person yeah that's a part of you know that the engineering side of her that we you know know her that that's the most important part of her how did you get so famous because of her deeds well you know they're pretty big legacy on New Orleans because because not only was she you know the the philanthropist that we know she was a devout Catholic but she also practiced mood is so that was I was unknown if you're if you're a Catholic connection no because she had actually had the approval of the priest at the time father on one and they had a little thing worked out in fact he and she were very close throughout her whole life he baptized her and and he schooled her in the tenets of the Catholic faith he was a long while she was alone so they were together when the nurse you know six people of suffering from the play again and from yellow fever so they had a they had a print a really close relationship actually and they had a lot to this whole thing worked out to where she she was more in favor as a voodoo practitioner by the Catholic Church than other voodoo queen for because she would bring her congregation into the church where the other ones encourage their congregations to stay away so as long as she was able to bring people into the church father Antoine allowed her to carry on rituals out in the back of Saint Louis cathedral word which isn't a Worland not Saint Louis Missouri right right right so they had a they had a good little arrangement going on so she was able to bring them you know her congregants to the to the Catholic Church and they agreed you know and they were able to to do some ceremonies in a behind the church but it'll have also been in video is not so different than a lot of ways so it wasn't really a big stretch what is moved to the Denise get a bad rap for being somewhat you know cultish and evil I mean it it does and it's not but it does get that rap yeah it definitely does and that stems way back from the propaganda and and misunderstanding of the colonists to be Frank really yeah yeah if you look at the newspaper articles that are that were printed in the eighteen hundreds early nineteen hundreds even now a lot of time but back then they would be really demonized anything African and they considered anybody indigenous an African to the sub humans so anything they did of course was not understood not accepted and this year was partly African native American African American but she owned slaves initially he did she did but she only owned slaves some of the only way when she married well she wasn't married she was a common law or put causes but it is what it was called at the time because they were able to marry Christopher right right he was able to take a woman and and support you know supporter and five for children and things like that but they couldn't marry they have sixteen kids now they didn't let's remember our the legend she only had seven children all together yeah yeah she had to have her with the her first husband and then she had five five with a wealthy on the cover that you have on the books of magic of Marie lebeau is at an authentic covers or is that just an art artistic sketch that's that's an artistic because looks great yeah that one back cover artwork was done by someone a guy named Matthew six times those guns sixteen I'm not sure how to say his last name but that's the credit she's holding a snake and everything else OR well one of the things that she practice to get her reputation I mean did she do magical spells on people and things like that but can we go back to the slave owner thing from her because there's so much more to that than just yeah well it is it is weird for an African American she was partly that tone slaves isn't not me eighteen hundred that was not she was a free woman of color okay so at during the eighteen hundreds it was not uncommon at all for free people of color to own way no she didn't own any slaves until she got with lucky on he that's that's the husband the common ransom okay right he did own slaves it was a common practice among French and together when they were those during the years they were together they owned eight slave and some of them they kept longer than others and you know others they sold but and she and Murray herself this after he died she never did buy anymore flake she she only had played when she was with was come along as well yeah right interstate now one of the things that I had never heard or seen or known until I was you know deep into the research for my book was there was a crew that I found on some descriptions of her personal alters and what these are like magical altars yes okay yeah her her her magical alters your spiritual alters she had thank you of you know different Saint Saint Peter's name Anthony but she also had a statue of Saint maroon now Saint maroon is identified as John Saint Malo who's that girl John hello was a not one I don't know well he was in and in the latter part of the seventeen hundreds he was the one of the originals the the resistors he was a a maroon which is a filet of what a runaway slave basically okay and he was fantastic actually I mean he was before he did not want to be a slave so what he did was he ran away to the swamp he develop alliances with the not with the local native people and he ended up bringing like fifty other people with him into the swamp any set up entire communities that were self sufficient and they engage them making like crafted they sold to the townspeople and a big they had a whole economy of lumber if they would sell the ends of town people would buy it from them because they were it was cheaper he was like home depot before home depot all right kind of forty yeah and so they in they lived in the swamps they raise their children and families in caves and hollowed trees and they were high during the day so they only came out you know during Dustin and at night time and I mean it was just it was amazing network of successful resistance that he commandeered and eventually he was in a he was thought the whole time of course by authorities and eventually he was caught and he was made an example of an tortured and hung Jeez in front of the church which is we're a Christian thing to do but well they have they have their days deny so anyway so but it so after after that happened what happened it was a backlash because they thought that you know what they're getting back at Saint maroon with who he would actually wasn't called Saint Marin is at times they just knew him the son Milo and they called his we don't quote gang this on Melo band run away slave and so after he died on the way he is and the way he died if they actually turn him into a martyr and hero really well yes he didn't expect that that he well right so so in no local African Americans free people color slaves they all looked up to him because of everything that he did to maintain this free community and you know set these people up and and and and that kind of thing and.

George Denise Eldorado New Orleans
"eldorado" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

15:20 min | 1 year ago

"eldorado" Discussed on WTVN

"Welcome back to coast to coast George nor you with you Denise Eldorado was last with us about six years ago we were talking about her work called the voodoo doll spellbook she is a New Orleans born native creole raised in the voodoo and hoodoo rich culture of New Orleans she has studied indigenous healing traditions from a personal professional academic perspective for more than four decades she's the author of numerous books about southern conjurer and the first to do magazine who do and conjures she is a roof worker in the Louisiana who traditionally spiritual artist and a teacher of southern conjure or at crossroads university the niece welcome back thank you for having me very great to be here tell me what conjure means what is that what a kinder yeah what is conjurer with with we're with regards to voodoo well hunter is that's so that's kind of a big question it refers to the magical aspect and includes summoning spirit conjuring up the spirits I guess right right yeah it's definitely it has to do with working with with spirits and you know doing magic basically is it evil or not what itself is not evil conjure it depends on who's doing it okay as to what effect it will have so you know a lot of healing can come from conjure you know people help their services situations and can help other people based in conjuring very is FX or influences on condition yeah but then again it depends on who's doing as the you know conjures practice can be done to hurt and harm well exactly and what is a route to worker well route worker is someone who also does conjure but they work with okay and plant animal part and minerals almost like a shaman would Florida yeah yeah now Marie lebeau of course about a lot of books written about the Marie he and you have written a good one called the magic of Marie lebeau tell us a little bit about this person and who wash well Murray about most people know about her as being the voodoo queen of New Orleans that's like the most common reference to her but those of us who are from New Orleans we know her as a full answer purposes who really function as a nurse she served our community by helping people the who suffer from yellow fever and smallpox a lot of the pretty bad epidemic that were going on during the eighteen hundreds she help people who needed a place to stay Shiva doctored one little boy she gave slaves on the run a place to a safe place to be she buried people in her tomb who couldn't afford one slated to be very concerned very heartwarming person yeah that's a part of you know that's the endearing side of her that we you know know her that that's the most important part of her how did she get so famous because of her deeds well you know she left a pretty big legacy on New Orleans because because not only was she you know the the philanthropist that we know she was a devout Catholic but she also practiced mood is so that was I was in the you know if you're if you're a Catholic connection no because she had actually had the approval of the priest at the time father current under one and they had a little thing worked out in fact he and she were very close throughout her whole life he baptized her and and he schooled her in the tenets of the Catholic faith he was a long while she was alone so they were together when the nurse you know six people of suffering from the play again and from yellow fever so they had a they had a a really close relationship actually and they handled this whole thing worked out to where she she was more in favor as a voodoo practitioner by the Catholic Church than other voodoo queen for because she would bring her congregation into the church where the other ones encourage their congregations to stay away so as long as she was able to bring people into the church father Antoine allowed her to carry on rituals out in the back of Saint Louis cathedral would which isn't a Worland not St Louis Missouri right right right so they had a they had a good little arrangement going on so she was able to bring them you know her congregants to the to the Catholic Church and they agreed you know and they were able to to do some ceremonies in a behind the church but it'll have also been in video is not so different than a lot of ways so it wasn't really a big stretch one is moved to the Denise get a bad rap for being somewhat you know cultish and evil I mean it it does and it's not but it does get that rap yeah it definitely does and that stems way back from the propaganda and and misunderstanding of the colonists to be Frank really yeah yeah so if you look at the newspaper articles that are that were printed in the eighteen hundreds early nineteen hundreds even now a lot of times but back then they would be really demonized anything African and they considered anybody indigenous an African to the sub humans so anything they did of course was not understood not accepted and yeah she was partly African native American African American but she owned slaves the mystery he did she did but she only owned slaves some of the only way when she married well she wasn't married she was the common law or put causes what is what it was called at the time because they were able to merry Christopher right right he was able to take a woman and and support you know supporter and provide for children and things like that but they couldn't marry they had sixteen kids now they didn't let's remember our the legend she only had seven children all together yeah yeah she had to have her with the her first husband and then she had five five with a fluffy on the cover that you have on the book the magic of Marie lebeau is at an authentic covers or is that just an art artistic sketch that's that's an artistic because looks great yeah that one better cover artwork was done by someone a guy named Matthew six times this guy he's sixteen and not sure how to say his last name but that's the credit she's holding a snake and everything else well one of the things that she practice to get her reputation I mean did she do magical spells on people and things like that but can we go back to the slave owner thing for me sure because there's so much more to that than just yeah well it is it is weird for an African American she was partly that tone slaves isn't not me eighteen hundred that was not she was a free woman of color okay so at during the eighteen hundreds it was not uncommon at all for free people of color to own way no she didn't own any slaves until she got with lucky on he that's that's the husband the common ransom okay right he did own slaves it was a common practice among the French and together when they were those during the years they were together they owned eight slave and some of them they kept longer than others and and all others they sold but and she and Murray herself it's after he died she never did buy anymore flake she she only had played when she was with was come along as well right interested now one of the things that I had never heard or seen or known until I was you know deep into the research for my book was there was a crew that I found on some descriptions of her personal alters and what these are like magical altars yes okay yes her her her magical alters your spiritual alters she had thank you of you know different Saint Saint Peter's name Anthony but she also had a statue of Saint maroon that same maroon is identified as John Saint Malo who's that girl John hello was a not one I don't know well he was in and in the latter part of the seventeen hundreds he was the one of the original of the the resistors he was a a maroon which is of a filet of what a runaway slave basically okay and he was fantastic actually I mean he was before he did not want to be a slave so what he did was he ran away to the slot he develop alliances with a note with the local native people and he ended up bringing in like fifty other people with him into the swamp any seven power communities that were self sufficient and they engaged in making like crafted these sold to the townspeople and a big they had a whole economy of lumber if they would sell and the towns people would buy it from them because they were it was cheaper he was like home depot before home depot all right kind of forty yeah and so they in they lived in the swamps they raise their children and families in caves and hollowed trees and they were high during the day so they only came out you know during dusk and and at night time and I mean it was just it was amazing network of successful resistance that he commandeered and eventually he was in a he was thought the whole time of course by authorities and eventually he was caught and he was made an example of an tortured and hung Jeez in front of the church which is we're a Christian thing to do but well they have they have their days did nine so anyway so but so after after that happened what happened it was a backlash because they thought that you know what they're getting back at Saint maroon with who he would actually wasn't called favorites at times they just knew him a son Milo and they called his quote unquote gang this on Melo bands a runaway slave and so after he died the way he is and the way he died if they actually turn him into a martyr and hero really well yeah I guess he didn't expect that duty no well right so so in no local African Americans free people color slaves they all looked up to him because of everything that he did to maintain this free community and you know set these people up and and and and that kind of thing and it even looked up to and they view him as a Saint after that so the only reason she would have a statue of Saint maroon on her religious alter would be to pay homage to him as someone who was helping wave is free on their own terms so she was she was way ahead of herself wasn't she yeah so as a result of that and see the signifying science I was going to ask you what you can you describe what voodoo is as a religion what is well like I was saying it's it's a signifying science there's a lot of symbolism and and what we do and when what is you can read things and to I am one of the use voodoo dolls and stuff like that all right that's a cool if this is true for its empowerment tool is it's it's a religion that is centered around a supreme being god and under which there are internet intermediary being call the ones we refer to the spirit also angels and ancestors and through the whole like conglomeration of there it what is the in your opinion Denise good or bad.

George Denise Eldorado New Orleans
"eldorado" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

13:35 min | 1 year ago

"eldorado" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Welcome back to coast to coast George nor you with you Denise Eldorado was last with us about six years ago we were talking about her work called the voodoo doll spellbook she is a New Orleans born native creole raised in the voodoo and hoodoo rich culture of New Orleans she has studied indigenous healing traditions from a personal professional academic perspective for more than four decades she's the author of numerous books about southern conjurer and the first to do magazine who do and conjures she is a roof worker in the Louisiana who do tradition a spiritual artist and a teacher of southern conjure or aunts crossroads university the niece welcome back thank you for having me great to be here tell me what conjure means what is that what a kinder yeah what is conjurer with with we're with regards to voodoo well hunter is that's the that's kind of a big question it refers to the magical aspect of the practice and includes summoning spirit conjuring up the spirits I guess right right yeah it definitely has to do with working with with spirits and you know doing magic basically is it evil or not what itself is not evil conjure it depends on who's doing it okay as to what effect it will have so you know a lot of healing can come from conjure you know people help there's this situation and help other people based in conjuring very is the fact influences on condition yeah but then again it depends on who's doing it because you know conjures practice can be done to hurt and harm well exactly and what is a route to worker well route worker is someone who also does conjure but they work with okay and plant animal part and mineral almost like a shaman would Florida yeah yeah now Marie lebeau of course about a lot of books written about the Marie he do you have written a good one called the magic of Marie lebeau tell us a little bit about this person and who wash well Murray about most people know about her as being the voodoo queen of New Orleans that's like the most common reference to her but those of us who are from New Orleans we know her as a full answer who really function as a nurse she served our community by helping people the who suffer from yellow fever and smallpox a lot of the pretty bad epidemic that were going on during the eighteen hundreds she help people who needed a place to stay she even adopted one little boy she gave Flav is on the run a place to a safe place to be she buried people in her tomb who couldn't afford one slated to be very concerned very heartwarming person yeah that's a part of you know that the endearing side of her that we you know know her that that's the most important part of her how did you get so famous because of her deeds well you know she left a pretty big legacy on New Orleans because because not only was she you know the the philanthropist that we know she was a devout Catholic but she also practiced mood is so that was I was in the now if you're if you're a Catholic connection no because she had actually had the approval of the priest at the time father on one and they had a little thing worked out in fact he and she were very close throughout her whole life he baptized her and and he schooled her in the tenets of the Catholic faith he was a long while she was alone for they were together when the nurse you know six people of suffering from a plague in an from yellow fever so they had a they had a a really close relationship actually and they handled this whole thing worked out to where she she was more in favor as of practitioner by the Catholic Church than other voodoo queen for because she would bring her congregation into the church where the other one encourage their congregations to stay away so as long as she was able to bring people into the church father Antoine allowed her to carry on rituals out in the back of Saint Louis the visual would which is in the war lines not Saint Louis Missouri right right right so they had a they had a good little arrangement going on so she was able to bring them you know her congregants to the to the Catholic Church and they agreed you know and they were able to do that too isn't ceremonies in a behind the church but it'll have also been in video is not so different than a lot of ways there wasn't really a big stretch why this movie was Denise get a bad rap for being somewhat you know cultish an evil I mean it it does and it's not but it does get that rap yeah it definitely does in that stems way back from the propaganda and and misunderstanding of the colonists to be Frank released yeah yeah if you look at the newspaper articles that are that were printed in the eighteen hundreds early nineteen hundreds even now a lot of time but back then they would be really demonized anything African and they considered anybody indigenous an African to the sub humans so anything they did of course was not understood not accepted and this year was partly African native American African American but she owned slaves the mystery he did she did but she only owned slaves seven she only weighs when she married well she wasn't married she was the common law or Prakash is what it is what it was called at the time because they were able to marry Christopher right right he was able to take a woman and and support you know supporter and five for children and things like that but they couldn't marry they had sixteen kids now they didn't let's remember our the legend she only had seven children all together yeah yeah she had to have her with the her first husband and then she had five five with a wealthy on the cover that you have on the books of magic of Marie lebeau is at an authentic covers or is that just an art artistic sketch okay that's an artistic because looks great yeah that one back cover artwork was done by someone a guy named Matthew six times those guns sixteen I'm not sure how to say his last name but that's the credit she's holding a snake and everything else uhhuh well what is the things that she practice to get her reputation I mean did she do magical spells on people and things like that but can we go back to the slave owner thing from her because there's so much more to that than just yeah well it is it is weird for an African American she was partly that tone slaves and I not me eighteen hundred that was not she was a free woman of color okay so at during the eighteen hundreds it was not uncommon at all for free people of color to own way no she didn't own any slaves until she got with lucky on he that's that's the husband the common ransom okay right he did own slaves there was a common practice among French and together when they were those during the years they were together they owned eight slave and some of them they kept longer than others and and all others they sold but and she and Murray herself this after he died she never did buy anymore flake she she only had played when she was with with the come along as well yeah right interested now one of the things that I had never heard or seen or known until I was you know deep into the research for my book was there was a crew that I found on some descriptions of her personal alters and what these are like magical altars yes okay yeah her her her magical alters your spiritual alters she had thank you of you know different Saint Saint Peter's name Anthony but she also had a statue of Saint maroon a faint maroon is identified as John Saint Malo who's that girl John hello was a not one I don't know well he was in the latter part of the seventeen hundreds he was the one of the original video resistors he was a a maroon which is a filet of with a runaway slave basically okay and he was fantastic actually I mean he was before he did not want to be a slave so what he did was he ran away to the swamp he develop alliances with the not with the local native people and he ended up bringing in like fifty other people with him into the swamp any seven power communities that were self sufficient and they engaged in making like crafted they sold to the towns people and they they they had a whole economy of lumber if they would sell and the townspeople would buy it from them because they were it was cheaper he was like home depot before home depot all right kind of forty yeah and so they in they lived in the swamps they raise their children and families in caves and hollowed trees and they were high during the day so they only came out you know during Dustin and at night time and I mean it was just it was amazing network of successful resistance that he commandeered and eventually he was in he was thought the whole time of course by authorities and eventually he was caught and he was made an example of an tortured and hung Jeez in front of the church but this row Christian thing to do but well they have they have their days deny so anyway so but it so after after that happened what happened it was a backlash because they thought that you know what they're getting back at Saint maroon with who he would actually wasn't called Saint Marin is at times they just knew him the son Milo and they called his quote unquote gang this on Melo bands a runaway slave and so after he died the way he and the way he died if they actually turn him into a martyr and hero really well yes he didn't expect that that he no no well right so so in no local African Americans free people color slaves they all looked up to him because of everything that he did to maintain this free community and you know set these people up and and and and that kind of thing and.

George Denise Eldorado
"eldorado" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

06:14 min | 1 year ago

"eldorado" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Zero seven three seven twelve hundred let's go back to the phone lines and talk to Ernest online one Ernest thanks for calling under the hood are going up to today yes Sir all of the nineteen ninety seven Cadillac Eldorado it is shown on the dash is shown traction control light and I in a bad light tax intro bag and then on the right to use this service air brakes airbags yeah actually have three different problems going on there the air bag is the more than likely on those ever rear air shock on that vehicle and being in ninety seven chances are the bags are actually just probably worn out if that light hasn't been on too long yeah private good chance a compressor still okay but if they're on for quite a while what happens compressor tries to run constantly the film up there's a hole in it burns a compressor up so I noted that we you know once in awhile I hear kicking and all that's good about not it does kick in and pay raises up yes Sir okay so what about the traction control tracks control on those typically is more than likely a like a wheel speed sensor the you're gonna need to get that in a shop and haven't scanned it for codes in an actual test which will speed sensors bad so that specifically and the same thing with the air bag of again a whole nother thing but most shops I know what we would only charge like a one hour diagnostic to scam both of them are actually look at all three issues so with the airbag light the most common problem with those Cadillacs is the clocks spring there's a little wire scare thing that goes underneath the steering wheel that their bag it's a signal from so in those wear out over time okay all right I don't know you know to fix it all takes all of the yes Sir that's all easy stuff to take care okay only got a good day to break it during the week whenever is convenient for you okay all right I'll bring you to the right of this year's maybe one day this coming week I'll try to get there first thing in the morning great we will see you then thanks for everything you do all right now yeah thanks for listening and thanks for calling let's go to Bob online to Bob thanks for calling into the hood how can I help you today yes Sir I have got a two thousand and six iota to calm up three runner be six and I've taken it to the dealer for all its service work and I had an incident just recently where the cover has an oil leak around it now this is the in this this vehicle has a hundred eighty one thousand five hundred miles I had been repaired and replaced back in twenty fifteen one there was a hundred and forty nine thousand five hundred sixty seven thousand miles no problem I paid twenty two hundred or whatever it was then in August of two thousand seventeen nineteen thousand six hundred seventy six miles later it was a hundred sixty nine thousand to forty three it went out again and they told me I went into regular service they told me that your timing cover is leaking oil as it we've got to fix that being here nineteen thousand six hundred seventy six mile to goal should go out that quick and I didn't think it should no I argued the point and they paid for completely they re did it well I went in and one you said a tired recently and I went in and again they told me this is the third time that the timing cover is leaking oil but this time it is twelve thousand eleven miles the last time they repaired it and this time they wouldn't do anything except well you already grass the the one year time frame on this thing and I said well that's not the point my point is that I understand the personal and the hundred forty nine thousand five hundred I understand that the second one nineteen thousand six hundred seventy six I didn't agree with that and you all took care of it now twelve thousand and eleven miles later again the same thing its the timing cover and they treated me like an unwanted stepped out and I tell you what I don't think that nineteen thousand R. twelve thousand miles later the third time they've they've said it needed repair that something's screwy with that maybe I'm wrong that means those those tiny covers are still a sealed with silicone there's not really a gasket in between them and if you don't use the proper silicone which Toyota makes one specially for those covers and if they're just get some regular you know soul come put in on it you're going to keep going back every ten twelve thousand miles before you know start leaking again so if they're not using the right Ariel's then yeah you're gonna have those issues you know what what what can I do I mean they're saying the warranties up the warranties up I mean you know we tell a lot of our customers in your shop around for repair I'm not always costs the biggest thing you know I always tell people you know what look at what you're getting as far as a warranty unite that that's why we give a three year thirty six you know if it goes out within the the period of that time then it's covered a hundred percent you know there's a lot of shots to do big jobs like that and if they use the wrong stuff and goes out within a year well then you're just stuck you're doing it all over again or paying someone else to do it all over again some.

Eldorado Ernest
"eldorado" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:07 min | 1 year ago

"eldorado" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Ninety three point one K. if the case Joe Michaels joins the. live in studio now with details Joe Mike authored by former legislative analyst office chief economist Brad Williams the wildfire recovery now reports is the current low interest rates make these tax exempt bonds an extraordinary opportunity to raise funds and extremely low cost. bonds are going for less than two percent that is far less down across the capital of businesses you know had funds that are looking for money to make investments the study finds the full cost of the bonds would fall on shareholders rather than utility customers if profits fell short in a given year will also be covered by P. Jeannie shareholders without affecting custom utility rates a bipartisan effort to authorize the recovery bonds is still under consideration by California lawmakers in the final weeks of their current session getting all right Joe thanks firefighters gaining containment on the country fire this is an Eldorado county cal fire reports that that wild fires burned eighty five acres but forward progress has stopped the blaze is now at least sixty five percent contained all evacuation orders have been left in the area an investigation is also under way after two garden valley firefighters were trapped by flames and one of the fire engines by officials say the blaze began Tuesday afternoon in the rural community of cool which is about forty miles northeast of Sacramento man accused of shooting a detective is under arrest the California highway patrol announced today that officers arrested fifty one year old one no Barra he was caught and arrested after pursuit through several caliber a Central Valley camera counties he is accused of shooting an officer in the chest yesterday afternoon the officer was following up on a domestic violence investigation he was hit in his bullet proof vest and he's expected to be okay your poll question online today is about that vaccine build it sitting on the governor's desk what do you think should happen to it and you can we indicate the kid out calm the afternoon news with Kitty o'neill Foro seven coming up at four eleven and are building a better Sacramento CA and civic groundbreaking party in the town was today for that new aquatic center and now we'll get you caught up on all this hour's top national stories on news ninety three point one K. if we care..

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"eldorado" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

03:14 min | 2 years ago

"eldorado" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Fifty-three in Eldorado hills. And we've got fifty five in Sacramento, it's eight thirteen now at NewsRadio KF PK now as top national stories. From ABC news. Sherry preston. A bombing in northern Syria has killed American troops ABC's Tom rivers with more from the foreign desk. The explosion in the town of man bitch is killed and wounded more than a dozen. This attack has come just days after the US began the process of withdrawing from Syria. Bullying equipment from the northeast into neighboring Iraq. Our US military official confirms coalition forces had conducted a routine patrol in the area today. Isis has claimed responsibility in Kenya. One American among the fourteen killed in the attack on a hotel complex in Nairobi terror group, Al Shabaab, claiming responsibility there, but I'll twenty-six day-old partial government shutdown may affect the president's state of the union address ABC's. Karen Travers house speaker Nancy Pelosi has sent a letter to President Trump asking to work together to set another date for the state of the union suggesting he even considered delivering it in writing the annual address to the nation delivered by the president in front of congress is scheduled for January twenty ninth. But Pelosi writes in her letter. Quote, sadly, given the security concerns, and unless government reopens this week, I suggest we work together to determine another suitable date after government has reopened. Karen travers. ABC news the White House. This comes as some members of congress are headed to the White House this hour to talk about the shutdown and border wall. Funding press secretary, Sarah Sanders, our hope is the same that it's been since this conversation started, and that's it. We'll get actual funding for real border security, including the wall in the Senate today, it's day two of the confirmation hearing for attorney general nominee William bar. Also in a confirmation hearing, the president's pick to head up the EPA Andrew Wheeler is becoming the acting administrator I have focused our efforts on providing greater certainty to the American public certainty inner EPA programs certainty to the states, tribes and local governments. And certainly and how we communicate risk prime minister. Theresa May facing a no confidence vote this afternoon a day after her Brexit plan was defeated in parliament. This is ABC news in other news for you this morning before Senator Kamala Harris votes on it. Attorney general nominee William bar. She wants to know his stances on marijuana legalization the Mueller probe border security and more in the Senate confirmation hearing yesterday, she asked bar if funding the border wall is really the most effective way to keep drugs out of the country. Are you aware that most of the drugs that are trafficked into the United States entered through points of entry? Yes. Have you recently or ever visited a port of entry not recently? So couple of decades almost thirty years. She then urged him to visit a port of entry saying much has changed since he last served as Trini general. She also asked if he'd use his position to enforce federal marijuana laws on states that have passed recreational use to which he said, no, however bar did say that he is personally opposed to the federal legalization of marijuana bar testified that he wants special counsel Robert Muller to complete his investigation of Russian influence in the two thousand sixteen presidential election and would not fire him without cause. Even if the president instructed him to do so Barr says if confirmed. And he would not be bullied to do the wrong thing..

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"eldorado" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

04:37 min | 2 years ago

"eldorado" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"One in Eldorado hills and forty-seven in Sacramento at NewsRadio. KFC k where the time is seven twelve. Now KFC case top nationals from ABC news. I'm Sherry Preston. An iconic retail giant falls victim to ecommerce says a latch bid to save. Sears. Kmart is rejected. Sears once the largest retailer in America hasn't been profitable. Since two thousand ten in two thousand seventeen it sold off its exclusive craftsman brand to black and decker and had reportedly been searching for a buyer for its Kenmore brand for months, it shuttered hundreds of stores in the last couple of years, including more than one hundred and forty after it filed for bankruptcy in October. At that point, the iconic retailer had sixty eight thousand employees, Ryan burrow, ABC news, Chicago eighteen days in no closer to the end of the partial government shutdown over border wall funding, it's a full court press from the Trump administration as officials try to make an urgent case that the situation of the US Mexico border is a crisis one that requires immediate action by congress. President Trump will delivery primetime address tonight from the Oval Office and vice president Pence was out doing interviews this morning, including one with ABC's giancarl, the American people deserve to know that. The situation on our southern border has become as the Washington Post said a bona fide emergency. Karen Travers, ABC news, the White House. Democrats are asking for equal time after the president's address house. Democrats will reintroduce a Bill today that would expand background checks for sales and transfers of firearms on the eighth anniversary of the shooting of former congresswoman Gabrielle giffords. The State Department says it's aware of reports that a US navy vet has been held captive in Iran since July there are at least three other American citizens to of Iranian descent who were imprisoned in Iran and another American Bob Levinson who has been missing for over a decade as from Michael white a consular. Visit is trying to be arranged through the Swiss ABC's, Martha Raddatz the voting rights of many, Florida felons being restored today, some are celebrating by registering right away. Stocks. Opening broadly on Wall Street building on two days of gains. You're listening to ABC news seven fourteen now, NewsRadio KF became more of our top story. Eighteen days into a government shut. Down on one north state congressman says it's coming down to some tough choices. Congressman Douglas office says that President Trump is willing to get a Dhaka deal done if there are concessions by Democrats on a border wall. He says it appears his democratic leaders are digging in though, he's come to the table and gave the Democrats more than they wanted. If you looked at it for math deathshot of about a year and a half ago. And so now, it seems to be just digging in for twenty twenty love office says Republicans are firmly behind Trump's desire for border security and a wall. He says the shutdown is causing pain, but Republicans feel a border wall is vital to the country's security. Mike Baca NewsRadio. Calf PK men are more likely to die from a certain type of brain cancer than women. A new study finds that's because glioma tumors are different in men than women. Researchers have found that standard therapy is more effective in females than males. Rare type of brain tumor is diagnosed in roughly twenty four thousand people a year and the survival rate is very low. Researchers say they may have to go back to the drawing board to find better. Different treatments for men, and they wanna know sex hormones end up playing a role in the treatment of this particular type of cancer a fourteen year old boy is accused of threatening mass shootings at to Napa schools. Napa police claim that boy told another team that he was planning to shoot up vintage high school and river middle school when the other student threatened to report the incident place, the suspect also threatened to kill the teenager learned of the boys actions on New Year's Eve and a search of his home turned up evidence that he was indeed planning and researching attacks at the schools police announced Monday that the boy was taken into custody on January second certain types of plastics are okay for your blue can again last summer. The city limited plastic recycling. Two items with a number of one through three and now one through seven. Okay. But it's not a free for all Aaron Treadwell with the city of Sacramento says there are some limits on what plastic items can be recycled because manufacturers to the recycled number on doesn't mean that it's recyclable. She says things like plastic shopping bags and bread bags are not recyclable. Even if they do have a number between one and seven. But there's an easy way to check. What's okay? To put in the blue bin waste wizard on our website at sort smart dot org that you can put any kind of product or item into and it will tell you the best way to dispose of that item. Pridwell says once you're sure an item is okay. You still should rinse out things like yogurt cups and plastic milk cartons before putting them in the bin. And as before they recommend reducing plastic use reusing items and recycling the rest, John Brennan, Z, NewsRadio KFB K..

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"eldorado" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"eldorado" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Tahoe fifty one and Eldorado hills fifty four here in Sacramento, it's five oh three now. Newsradio KFB. The death toll from destructive wildfire in Butte county has climbed now from eighty five to eighty six the Butte county sheriff's office saying that Larry Smith a paradise was burned while trying to put out flames that had surrounded his car. The eighty year old Smith died of his injuries after thanksgiving nearly three weeks after the fire. Started November eighth the number of people unaccounted for stands at three. Authorities have identified an eighty two year old woman and her fifty seven year old son found dead inside a burned car during last month's wildfires in southern California. Los Angeles County coroner spokeswoman Sarah are Delana says the Sean and Anthony bike Leon were discovered. November ninth in Malibu after flames swept through canyon neighborhoods. Zoli fire destroyed fifteen hundred structures in Los Angeles, and Ventura counties and left three people. Dead officials have not yet identified. The third victim. A Cal trans worker is clinging to life at UC Davis medical center after being badly injured on the job. Cal trans worker. Gary Moore and was filling. Potholes on interstate eighty one a van spun out of control tossing them thirty feet through the air into a concrete wall were a light pole then fell over and broke both of his legs. Cal trans spokesman Dennis Keaton tells KFB K this is any Cal trans workers worst nightmare when you go into work someone that's with your department who's just trying to do an honest day's work encounters, this kind of an incident. Friday miss f happened when the driver of a van reportedly made a sudden move across four lanes to get onto interstate eighty from the highway fifty interchange. More in the Cal trans worker is in the intensive care unit at UC Davis medical center. The driver of the van was hospitalized with minor injuries. George Sampson, NewsRadio KFB K Modesto city leaders are set to vote on a plan aimed at helping the homeless. The city wants to move about four hundred people from the beard brook park into nearby Twala me regional park gateway while some approve the move others living in the park say the city is simply putting homeless people out of sight out of mind..

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"eldorado" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"eldorado" Discussed on WTVN

"Experience the DUIs games and a lot more fun only at Eldorado downs. Here's what you've been watching on TV this week. I it's the hit franchise that started it all Bravo's real housewives of Orange County continue with their thirteenth season and are at number five on our countdown next. The MC alliances are tested on the sons of anarchy. Spinoff Mayans MC which comes in at number four. The real housewives of Dallas are back in the saddle and take third place with the episode smashing friendships. It's all about what's best for the firm on USA's suits, the managing partner. Episode is number two. Finally, if the morning after a nuclear apocalypse on the latest episode of American horror story, apocalypse your number one TV street, that's this week's top TV. Streams on iheartradio. Thanks for inviting me into your home long, haul truck RV camper taxi, your parents, basement, your loft that greasy spoon just off the interstate and your cabin in the woods. Welcome to coast to coast AM. I'm Richard Sarut. And tonight this morning, we're coming to you live from coast Toronto Canada affiliate in-depth radio. News talk ten ten. Last night. I apparently came close to causing some kind of international incident. I dunno rekindling the war of.

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"eldorado" Discussed on WiLD 94.9

WiLD 94.9

02:18 min | 3 years ago

"eldorado" Discussed on WiLD 94.9

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"eldorado" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

KHNR 690AM

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"eldorado" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

"Have been issued and there isn't anything of substance or truth that wasn't known in the public carter page a trip already know in it it obsesses some people they are looking they are looking for trouble hut i what is it what mythical thing to people search for during this is a snipe hot it's a snipe punt but there's a city eldorado they think collusion is the eldorado of the trump presidency they expect to find some telegram like this him and telegram the lost city of atlantis collusion has become for the democrats far more than than a snipe pop eldorado and atlanta's all rolled into one and it's all based upon a 35page document that mike morale a friend in fan of hillary clinton dismissed in march of this year is look it was paid for the russians has kept given a nonsense because they were paying them to give him nonsense and that's all going to be the story of 2018 it's not going to be collusion i'll be be reporting that's why mole is not going to get fired trump is sitting there talking to don mcgann thin there isn't any collusion mcgann says just leave it alone though joining the muller muller eventually comes up rare and says there's no there there we got mike flynn lying we got paul manafort not disclosing is representations of ukraine and doing some money laundering we found some crooks because whenever you look hard anywhere you'll find crux and that's okay not down on that that's what special counsel to but the story of 2018 is going to be 2016 inside the obama administration and the failures of the obama administration visavis iran as they continue their intercontinental ballistic missile programme visavis north korea as they go above ground by read a very alarming report yesterday that we are planning a bloody nose campaign against north korea i don't think you can actually plan a bloody nose campaign we just pop them hard once the way that we did syria when they used chemical weapons because assad is to turbo he would like the live i'm not sure north korea is and they already have folks so it's quite a credit dreary ending to some parts of 2016 2017 let's lay it up thursday at a joe is coming back support lawyer of the hugh hewitt show stated portions of the hugh hewitt show are brought to you in part by the association of mature amir can citizens age mack.

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"eldorado" Discussed on WGTK

WGTK

02:01 min | 4 years ago

"eldorado" Discussed on WGTK

"This is a eldorado in australia and he did the video about white provision about the assent the insanity of the term white privilege progress serves liberals and be left please please stop saying a days white privilege and i'm not even white full i get on this very unplanned rent let me have some of that white supremacy but to be fair this is sowing milk as you can see bringing this for the help increase my is risen level sinek i can get rid of all that toxic messed unity and i could gwen during anti fought and fight the fascist this we you as a result of a conversation i had with a progressive and me as a nonwhite person has kpc trying to convince him for five hours there's no white privilege in the western society you have to understand what this political narrative gus valuable mike's firstly demon isis and creates an inherently you rational hey easy group of people simply based on their skin color in this case the white people and this leads to reverse racism you see things like off from the fact that this would white privilege and white supremacy demonize as white people imagine the mentality creates within the minority these think of what happens when the democrats and some in the left repeatedly state that the minorities l press that vim now press that the white sowed to get you in the scenario think of a child a young child growing up in the inner city majority of black people and then they see the news you see black lives matter cop sworn in kill you therefore the cops from the day this child is on he said that these fusion the government the establishment every thing is out to get him off more on this we come back and i tell you who this gentleman is he's a computer science student in a columnist in australia triple eight nine two one s g i am larry arnn do not least town you're listening to the larry elder jio.

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