18 Burst results for "Ella Street"
"ella street" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio
"Have presented. No such evidence reality had a dream here. I have no family in home. And my only daughter and i are on the streets. They destroyed everything in my life and destroyed my life entirely her about one. Am on may sixteen. The israeli military launched a four minute attack in the heart of gaza city along five streets including ella street causing three multi-storey residential buildings to collapse. Meal my father and mother and my brother and sister. We started hearing the sound of loud explosions..
"ella street" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Which at least one person was killed. The cops say that Guy was driving a car that crashed into eight other vehicles last night. This resident tells Katie Ella Street racing happens a lot in the neighborhood. It's gotta stop so long. You know, teenagers a dime gonna stop this guy to stop Mitt you don't want you don't want your kids dying through racing, right? I'm going to do It's somehow several people were injured in the crash. Two of them were taken to the hospital. A man from Palm Desert is expected to be sentenced today for throwing a fire bomb into a Republican Party office last year in the Coachella Valley. The guy has pleaded guilty to a charge of attempted arson of a building. The U. S attorney's office says the charge carries a sentence between five and 20 years in prison. A woman in Texas went where no one is supposed to go into the Spider Monkey exhibit at a zoo in El Paso. A video posted to Instagram shows her feeding to Spider monkeys by hand. They may be small monkeys that they're extremely strong. They didn't take you to the ground. They wanted to Zookeeper Mason Kleist says. Even zoo workers don't do that, because it's dangerous. At a brave cat in Canada turned a coyote into a coward. Police in Port Moody, British Columbia, captured footage of a cat who was in no mood to be bothered by a pesky coyote. The video shows the two animals next to a parked car. Suddenly, the much smaller cat begins chasing the much larger coyote out of the parking lot. Animal experts warn that coyotes are known to prey on small dogs and cats, the city's wildlife experts advised Peep Will encounter and coyotes to be big, brave and loud, a strategy This cat was clearly familiar with. Danny Max Ko Phi News. Let's take a look at your drive on the 91 looking at Riverside gonna wreck here on the 91 westbound just after Arlington Avenue. Secondly, from the left is gonna be blocked with this one injuries are involved. Expect a big jam up there at Central Avenue K if I and this guy is sponsored by injury, Attorney Superwoman Super Lawyer calm, Jeff work in progress on the 1 10 boy, If you just showed us how to major problems to warn you about both could make you late. We'll start with the North bound 1 10 now coming through south L. A What about 1 10 at the one? Oh, five, only the Metro Express lanes as a lane open. It's been this way since a little bit after dawn, the back up and it stopped truly stop and stop kind of traffic. Over down the beach Boulevard. Any surface street. They get you north of the one. Oh, five. Get on or back on the north Won 10 you'll be happy and going the other way. Now West one. Oh, five before crunch off. We've got a Reagan still sitting there. I'm looking at it right now. As I speak to you, they're waiting for a tow truck to get here. The backup is Wells before the 1 10 So there even if you can get on Imperial Highway on the other side, Elsa Good. Don't get on a crunch off battle gets into l A X Injured in an accident. Visit Superwoman Super Lawyer Calm Jeff Pollack a F eye in the sky in a crash downtown Los Angeles on the 10 eastbound before the 1 10 left lanes gonna be blocked here. Get some injuries involved. Lots of a jam up there right around for months. Hey, defying this guy! Help get you there faster! I'm robbing banks. I'm Dr Andrea Russo, a cardiologists. Maybe you're waiting to talk to your doctor right now. But if you're having an irregular heartbeat, heart racing, chest pain, shortness.
"ella street" Discussed on KOMO
"We got inside, we realized that the fire was very close to many of those hazardous materials. So Cruz made the decision to, um extra the structure and do more of a defensive attack on the fire people within half a mile of the building, which is ever 2300 block of window, Fourth Street Court got an alert to evacuate. Later in the morning. They got the all clear the fire is out, and now the cleanup begins in the South Sound Bureau, Charlie Harder come O'Neill's a high speed chase, resulting in an officer firing shots overnight and Thurston County, leaving a man seriously hurt and a police dog recovering from two gunshots. Happened, then I find South. Your grand Mount around nine last night backed up traffic for hours. The sheriff's office is the German Shepherd Police dog named Arlo is serious injuries but will survive. Investigators have not said why they were chasing the suspect. But have said he was armed. Ah Los Angeles attorney who won millions of dollars for families of 737 Max victims now accused of misappropriating that money. Tom Girardi's firm won an undisclosed settlement from Boeing for family members of those killed in the October 2018 Lion air crash. Now. The New York Times reports. Lawyers with another firm representing Victimsfamilies, say Jordy illegally kept at least $2 million of that settlement for himself. The state Health Department reports nearly 2900 new cases of covert 19. There have now been more than 281,000 total cases. Since the start of the outbreak, including confirmed and probable cases, the death toll has risen by another 49 people in Washington. Covered cases are on the rise again across the state. As we said, Come was Patrick Quinn breaks down the latest metrics state health officer, Dr Scott Lindquist with the latest numbers what we're dropping last week over 19 cases statewide back on the rise. What has changed? Is this very concerning Levin cases so you can see. One of the main concerns is we're at higher rates and we have ever been since beginning of this in March to move to phase two regions must show a 10% drop in cases in a two week span. It's not happening statewide, and the virus remains most problematic in King Pierce, Snohomish, Yakima, Clark and Spokane counties, Lindquist said. To curb these numbers once again, we must commit to the months old mantra of wearing a mask, washing our hands and keeping our distance for until the numbers turned back around. Restaurant doors will remain shut in Seattle. More than 600 restaurants have closed for good due to the pandemic. Still to come, a public health official says. This is the main cause of rising covert numbers. I'm Brian Calvert, with her town hall comments right now at 10 34 coma traffic Every 10 minutes on the force from the demon logger of Traffic Center with Kira Jordan. I've been working with a struggling drive in Seattle on North found 99 approaching the First Avenue South Bridge. It's become a main alternate route because we've been dealing with the closure of East marginal between 16th and Ella Street due to power lines that came down so We're seeing this back up on north about 99 approaching the area, but also sitting in a back up right now. Our drivers on Highland Park way and on West Marginal is you're approaching that area as well. And we jumped to Lakewood. Where are ramps from both directions. The state route 5 12 to steal street have been blocked due to an earlier fire in the area. North Chennai five. Just some minor slowing right now is you're approaching the convention center. We're also seeing some lighter, scattered slowing on north bound four or five. As you're working your way toward and through the Newcastle area. This traffic report is sponsored by Mattress firm for a limited time save up to $300 on top rated mattress brands only during the year and sale at mattress firm. Our next Cuomo traffic up 10 44 now Kristen Clarke Measure. Coma forecast Yes, official the wettest start to a year ever on record in Seattle with a whopping 7.5 inches of rain since the start of January..
"ella street" Discussed on KOMO
"Associated with those groups. He's charged in the shootings of three men during protests in Kenosha over the police shooting of Jacob Blake. ABC is Aaron Carter Ski, You're listening to ABC News. Stay connected. Stay informed. Co Moh midday 45 degrees under mostly cloudy skies and downtown Seattle at 10 02. Good Thursday morning to live below dealing for Tom Hunter. Today. Your top stories now from the coma 24 7 News Center. Toxic smoke filled the air in Lakewood this morning and people were evacuated. Almost Charlie Harder tells us it's out now, and the cleanup is underway at its worst people within half a mile of Specialty Products Inc were told to evacuate is that the 2300 block of one of Fourth Street Court? We're told the company produces spray and phone coatings for commercial and residential buildings, and that stuff is not good for the lungs when it turns into smoke. The Pierce County Hazardous Materials incident team said the smoke from the fire was considered to be very toxic. The fire It is out now. And at last check. Steel Street remains closed in the South. Sound hero Charlie Harder. Come on. Ils, an armed suspect in a police dog both shot last night following a pursuit on I five. Details from Cuomo's Carleen Johnson, 25 year old suspect was being chased by the Thurston County Sheriff's Office and Washington State Patrol. It's unclear what prompted that chase, but it ended on South on I five year the exit two Grand Mound, mile post 88 around nine o'clock last night. Not clear who fired on the man who sustained serious but non life threatening injuries, and Arlo, a German shepherd police dog with the Thurston County Sheriff's office was hit twice. But he's also expected to be okay incident caused a major backup on south I five with cars stuck on the freeway for hours. The sheriff's office says The shooting will be investigated by the region, three critical incident investigation team out of Mason County Carleen Johnson. Come on news, the celebrity attorney who won a huge settlement for the victims of the 1st 737 Max disaster now accused of misappropriating some of that money combos, Corwin, Hank explains. The law firm would not give us the exact amount of each settlement there. The first settlements were announced more than a year ago, as reported by CNBC's Phil LeBeau, Reuters reporting that each of the victims families would receive 1.2 million. Los Angeles Attorney Tom Girardi one those settlements now, The New York Times reports. Another lawyer for Victimsfamilies alleges Girardi misappropriated at least $2 million of that settlement. For his own use. The 81 year old Girardi has been the subject of celebrity gossip mongers lately due to his pending divorce from singer Erica Jane, better known as one of the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills. Now, according to the Times report, Girardi's own lawyers are saying he is no longer mentally competent. Corwin Headache Co. Moh news Coming up the vaccine timeline gets a slight boost. I'm Brian Calvert with how Washington's plans still seems to lag behind others. First of 10 04 coma traffic every 10 minutes on the force from the demon logger of Traffic Center with Kira Jordan. We've been working with a crushing this quality on North and I five that's been blocking the right lane continues to block and still continues to cause about a mile and a half back up into the area. With this structure fire you've been hearing about in that Lakewood Park Land area. We still have our ramps, both directions of 5 12 to steal street. Those air going to be closed for the time being, and we're working with their We have been working with an opening of the First Avenue South Bridge That hasn't been helping our backups on north about 99 into the area. And the reason why we're so slow around there right now. Is because we have been dealing with the closure of East marginal between 16th and Ella Street due to power lines that came down yesterday, so that's forcing a lot more people into the area. That's why we're fighting delays on Highland Park Way on West marginal and on north about 99 as well. Our next coma. Traffic up 10 14 your coma forecast years. Kristen Clarke, calm Sunshine today and a dry afternoon good weather for the ongoing cleanup efforts after Wednesday mornings, damaging wind storm. Otherwise, we're gonna go for a light rain tonight into Friday morning, but a very little consequence or reversed continue to receive back below flood stage today, most areas by tomorrow with Steve only like a quarter of an inch or less worth of rain. We could see about an inch or two of slushy snow at Stevens, but snow levels are quite high, so even rain Still, it's no call me past tomorrow Sunday returns Friday afternoon, drying out Saturday for a brief time before showers are back on Sunday, and the couple weather center meteorologist Kristen Clarke skies starting to clear just a little bit. 45 had coma at 10 06. New covert case number is on the rise again, and the Health Department says several counties are seeing spikes in new cases, state epidemiologist.
"ella street" Discussed on KGO 810
"At Manzini Sleep world. They're wide selection of savings is available online, by phone or by private in store appointment, visit Sleep world. Dot com. Two people who had been reported missing when they didn't show up at home from work yesterday were found in the library at Fallon Middle School in Dublin, where they work to doing janitorial work. The East Bay Times reporting. One of the workers was dead of the scene. The other died at a hospital when emergency crews noticed chemical smell They called out has Matt Cruz, but no chemicals were found. It's still unclear what killed the 32 year old man and 29 year old woman. Avenue Corona buyers. Stimulus bill becomes Law 150 Bay area transit workers will keep their jobs after all. The Murnau J reporting, the Golden Gate Bridge Highway Transportation District voted to reverse its decision to lay off the workers contingent on whether the $900 billion federal coronavirus relief bill signed into law. Most of those affected our bus and ferry workers. Private New Year's Eve party for 4000 people will be held in the Great and casino in Rohnert Park. That'll fill it to about 20% of its normal number of people. While Sanoma County public officials would prefer not to have an indoor gathering with that many people, public health officials have no jurisdiction over sovereign land. The casino will be closed to the public that evening. Support sponsored by tribal leave studio in Burlingame Tribal We've studio on Broadway in Burlingame is closing. Save up to 60% on high end quality Tribal new modern and antique rugs open seven days a week. Call 6502359777. Checking your drive. Now, Here's Terry Ross from the Children, Not about a traffic deaths. We do have some residual delays on 1 21 north and south bound near 1 16, all because of an earlier accident that had all the lanes blocked all the lanes now open so it should be moving pretty nicely through the area. North bound wanted wanted Ella Street and Mountain View. Looks like there's a stall there. Although it looks like it is off to the right shoulder. She shouldn't be slowing down too much there. Was found to 37 more park in mountain view. There's another traffic hazard reported not sure what it is there and then we do have a brush fire reported westbound 5 80 right now regarded in the Richmond area after the right shoulder. There's one more crash for you westbound for exiting at Love Ridge Road and Pittsburgh. The off ramp is actually blocked, and it might be a little slow through the area there as well. It's looking good elsewhere, you're going to find a decent ride as you head out of the Tracy area, but over the Altamont pass, although getting into San Francisco looks good from the East Bay westbound at the Bay Bridge. Support sponsored by the exit in temporal scanner. Every home needs a reliable thermometer for twice a day temperature readings protect her family with the ex urgent temporal scanner, the only home thermometer used by hospitals, physicians and clinics. Sorry today, with highs near 60 throughout the bay rain and wind coming tomorrow on Christmas Day, then another system rolls over us on Sunday. Scattered showers on Monday. This report sponsored by Harris is restaurant, The Butcher Shop, and Harris is restaurant is open Wednesday through Sunday from 5 P.m. to 8 P.m. also now serving cooked meals to go. It's same time Harris is restaurant visit them. At 2100.
"ella street" Discussed on KCRW
"Your way into downtown l a south five before main on lane shut down due to crash involving an overturned semi You are jammed coming away from the 1 34 south one a one. Not much better Gonna be sunny today highs, mostly in the sixties. You're listening to KCRW. This is morning edition. Yet another setback and what has been a very difficult year for restaurants in L. A county. Starting tomorrow night, they'll no longer be allowed to offer outdoor dining at least temporarily under a county order. They're going back to the days of take out our delivery on Lee in an effort to fight the spread of the Corona virus. As tough as the pandemic has been on local restaurants. It's been even harder on another part of Eli's food scene. Street vendors cards in trucks often operated on a shoestring by one or two entrepreneurs, perhaps with their families. Pandemic has wiped out the big events their businesses often rely on, and many people aren't venturing out and instead are hunkering down at home. Javier Orca brawl is the editor of the website L. A taco and associate producer of the Taco Chronicles on Netflix. We asked him how Ella Street vendors are holding up. First of all I want to thank you for for bringing attention to this because yes, as you mentioned. In our local media and national media. The talk has been you know how the cocoa bit of the pandemic is affecting restaurants and brick and mortars. But as you as you know, street food is integral In the D n a of L A street vendors will always prevail. You know, you can't hold him down. That being said that there is something to be said about about, you know? Yes, Like you mentioned. There aren't as many. Large gatherings, You know, like, you know, For example, back in the day, you would you know, go to a Laker game or a Dodger game. And after that you would be assaulted by like an army of hot dog of bacon wrapped hot dog vendors that those things they're not occurring anymore. Street vendors are still are still out there, and they're trying their hardest giving the conditions are they still going out every day? Are they hitting the streets to find customers? And if so, how much business are they doing? Say Compared to a normal day pre pandemic. If you think about it. What are the big gatherings these days? Their protests their protest in the name of racial reckoning of for black lives matter. We had a reporter who noticed that a couple of street vendors were actually Harding to join these protesters and offer bacon wrapped hot dogs at these protests. So, yes, they're still going out there and again, just making just making do with with whatever they can get. They're relatively young street vendors. I mean, the ones that we feature on the site on the article. I think they were in their early twenties or even late teens there, mostly immigrants, or they're mostly the Children of immigrants, and they're trying to help their family, you know, get by these days. At the same time. This is not an environment where you can put a plexiglass screens or enforce social distancing very easily. The vendors you talked to are they worried about getting Cove? It? I mean, yes. The worry is always gonna be there. But the reality is that if you're faced with what the hungry family and what the looming rent coming like, I think you're you have no choice. Complicating things thesis he of Los Angeles only recently started legalizing street vending and implementing a permit system for street vendors. And now vendors who serve food also have to get a new county health permit as well because of the pandemic. What does it take to get these permits? And how is that all going? This was supposed to be a monumental Europe for street vending in Los Angeles generate. 2020 was the first day that street food was actually legalized, You know, and that took over a decade of nonstop campaigning by multiple organizations who were out there, working with street vendors and organizing them. It's tough. It's really hard. There's a lot of language barrier. There's a lot of education barriers. If you go around and ask a street vendor, would you be up for becoming a legalized? Bender with the permit. The chances are they're going to say yes, because you know they want to do you want to work with the system they want to. They want to be active and not have to worry about getting arrested or even deported if they get caught by the police, because nowadays during covert, you're seeing multiple other restaurant tours or or employees, or, you know, or line cooks were used to work in kitchens. But they're not working there anymore. So they're all pivoting to street food or what I call DM on Lee Instagram food, which is food and dishes that you can wire only by requesting it via a DM on instagram. And there's all this demand to become a permanent street vendor. You even have Highly educated people who don't know the way the bureaucratic ways around how to get extra vending permit, which is the problem. So not only are they trying to make their way through that sort of bureaucracy, but they're also facing new competition from folks who may be better finance than they are. Exactly And you know, and that's it really is a free for all I call it the great pivot Torto. You're either making pizzas, tacos or fried chicken sandwiches. Don't you like the fail safe foods? You're seeing a lot of line cook. They're doing home homemade versions, and they're selling it. It's really complicated. But the reality is that, um, l a needs to invest. Into education programs to work with street vendors in bilingual programs to be able to show them how to become legal and how to acquire these permits and guide into the process. In one of the reports that we've published when Ella issued its first treatment in permanent, the fact was uncovered that the city spent much more money on the enforcement. So they hired more people to go out there in the street and enforce and get tickets. Then they did for the actual education process. It really begs the question. Like who is this legalized treatment? Ng? Permits supposed to serve the street vendors or the city. Some businesses have been able to qualify for federal aid during the pandemic. But early on, that wasn't the case for street vendors This fall, though the only City council voted to use $6 million in federal cares Act funding. Helped vendors get the equipment and permits they need to comply with local laws. Is that money getting where it needs to go? There's a big factor of fear, or.
"ella street" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Taking a look at KSFO traffic on the Altamont Pass eastbound five eighties, You're approaching Grant Line Road. There's a couple of vehicles that collided one is a big rig. The other one's a car. The car stuck in the left lane with the bigger it is now over to the right hand shoulder is causing some fairly significant delay. Starting at North Flynn rode on the Bay Bridge, westbound on the Treasure Island off ramp. There is a car fire on the right hand shoulder of that ramp, and it is causing a bit of a spectacle is people are slowing down right around the Bay Bridge Tower, Ella Street off ramp. Himself down one on one in Mountain view. That's a car in a big rig that collided there. They're over to the right hand shoulder and someone lost an appliance in the second lane from the left in Lafayette eastbound 24 before O Kill Road with chaos. Apo traffic. I'm Ted Thomas. Worried about the economy. Is your business in trouble and check out the property show with Scott Galloway Heard of them..
"ella street" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"To the American people. I want you to listen to me. I'm going to say they just again. I did not have sexual relations with that woman Miss Lewinsky. I never told anybody to live not a single time. Never these allegations are false and I need to go back to work for the American people and he would later have to retract then to denial as not being totally factual tool and honest. It was on this date in two thousand five. Condoleeza Rice became the first black woman and only the second black or woman to serve as Secretary Gory of state Western Union discontinued. Its Telegram Service on this date in two thousand six. It was in two thousand seven. The American Journal of Medicine reported aspirin might prevent a heart attack and stroke until now we didn't know whether apparently healthy people could prevent eh the occurrence of a first heart attack by taking aspirin this study. Which is the largest study of its kind ever conducted shows quite conclusively survey that you can and it was on this date in two thousand nine the Octo Mom Nadia Soumana Whittier? California gave birth to octuplets. Let's conceived by in vitro fertilization. Suleyman already a mother of six passing away on this date in history. The credited inventor baseball small abner doubleday mobster look lucky Luciano Edward G. Robinson a vice president Nelson Rockefeller Bear Bryant. Fine Football football coach. Jose Ferrer the actor a wrestler. Dr D David Schultz Astrologer Genie Dixon. Who probably should've seen Senate coming Marlon Brando Son Christian Brando fish from Barney. Miller Abe Bogota Mannix Mike Connors and Ed Ella Street from the Perry Mason Shows Barbara Hale. Also I'll passing away on this date in history. This is the birthday of general. Douglas MacArthur Gangster Frank Costello politician Stuart Symington actor Charles Lane such a fine character actor also a singer Maria von on trap French jazz violence. Step on Grappelli William Harper also from the Perry Mason Television series actress and jeopardy's he's Paul Newman wrestling commentator Gordon solely and film critic gene SISKEL CISCO At kneeboard. You've seen his work on the editorial pages cartoonist writer jewel.
"ella street" Discussed on 710 WOR
"It's seventy five degrees under cloudy skies at nine o'clock. Good evening. I'm Lisa Matteo. Police are trying to figure out why a twenty seven year old man broke into the queen's office of congressman Alexandria, Cossio Cortez, and sprayed, a fire extinguisher, the alleged trespasser barricaded himself in the third floor office hiding in a utility closet until cops convinced him to come out. He was taken to an area hospital for evaluation. There was no one in the office at the time. Newark, liberty international airport is open again after flight in an outward grounded for ninety minutes this afternoon. Steve greenfield has more. A United Airlines passenger jet skidded partially offer. Runway at Newark, liberty international airport at approximately one thirty afternoon temporarily closing down the airport. One source says the plane may have blown a tire as touchdown flakes. Resumed with delays at about three pm Steve greenfield W, O, R news. A Long Island man is facing murder charges in connection with the death of a teaching assistant police arrested twenty one year. Ryan Linquist on Friday and the fatal stabbing of Evan Grabowski thirty two year old GRA was discovered dead on June first inside the home. He shared with his parents on Ella street in Merrick LeBron's co Ed is facing rape charges for allegedly assaulting her female roommate Terry McCreadie reports police say nineteen year old Patiya faker is accused of attacking the woman on may sixteenth in a dorm room at Susquehanna university in Pennsylvania, roommate told police both she and thicker drank alcohol and smoked marijuana the night before the alleged attack. But she later awoke to find Baker on top of her and molesting her. The New York Post reports they were was released after posting ten thousand dollars cash bond. I'm Terry mccranie. W O, R news. The news is brought to you by Dr Lieberman's radio surgery, New York. Call two one two choices. For more information and listen to Dr Lieberman's radio surgery show. That's coming up next right here on seven ten WR in sports. The Yankees are ahead of the White Sox, four to nothing in the top of the four. Thinning and the Mets they're leading the cardinals sixty two and the fifth..
"ella street" Discussed on The Jordan Harbinger Show
"If you're a big liberal, for example, big progressive, and you see people who like Donald Trump, you know, running the country and having tons of power, and you see a person who has a lot of influence or even who doesn't, but who really likes Donald Trump. What's your in you tell them that they're stupid and they're telling their worthless idiots and they're hurting the country? What's your goal, you're going, what would you? Ideally, would you like to exile? It person kick them out of country. Like, no, of course not. Would you like to arrest? That person put him in jail, though. We like to sneak into their house and hurt them while they sleep like kind of person. Do you think I am? What's your goal? I wanted to act and think differently. So how's your hate working out for that, right? If you wanna be more persuasive. You gotta love. There is no other Martin Luther King said this over and over and over again. He said when you hate him in you cannot redeem him. I mean, McCain was one of the great communicators of our time of our nation's history because he would eliminate these fundamental truths. If you, you can't hate somebody into being persuaded number one number two, if you act that way, you will be unhappier, you'll get a little bit of satisfaction in the moment, but you will be happier. I've got the science. It's irrefutable. It's unambiguous read the book, if you want to be. But if you don't wanna read the book, you know, right. Everybody listened to us knows I'm right if you treat somebody with hatred you'll wind up being unhappier and that person will be unhappier number three ninety three percent of. Wish the country were more United. You're part of the problem when you do that. So I got a win win win proposition for our listeners and viewers today. Number one is I'm gonna make you more persuasive. I'm gonna make you happier. And I'm gonna start a social movement in your heart in a tiny little way to bring our country together. And that's answering hatred with love as much as you possibly can. It make sense from sort of a tactical rhetorical level as well. Because the boomerang effect, right arguing with people in the wrong way solidifies their beliefs. It's isn't this same as the backfire fact it's very similar. This is exactly right a lot. Did you get your degree in psychology? Or, you know, I went to law school. So yeah, so I took all of the interested in and stuff, and then never used it. And then and then here we are. But I, I read all the books for all the guests. Come on the show. So I learned a bunch of this stuff behavioral economy, you're doing it. Yeah I like it. I like I think is our powerful tools because otherwise, you hear people say stuff and you let sounds clever, and it sounds right? But it doesn't feel right. There's something wrong with it, and that's where maybe a lot of people stop and I go. I wanna find out why that's wrong. And then I'll look through my nerdy, deck of cards that have cognitive biases on them like, oh, it's the one, the Texas sharpshooter fallacy where you pick your data and then that Ella street, your point. But you ignore the ones that don't or whatever. Sure. Yeah, I heard that used before. But yeah, that's exactly right. Yeah. I think in research and academics, they call it shooting the barn to where you just you shoot randomly to get data and then you draw the circle, where you want it, and that's the targets so you're just making the conclude match..
"ella street" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM
"Police say thirty nine year old James Richardson died at every hospital. He was found near south east eighty fourth and Ella street. The state medical examiner says Richardson died of a gunshot wound. There is no suspect in custody. Police ask anyone with information about the incident or what led to it to contact them an effort to consolidate Oregon's child abuse reporting hotline has led a long wait times. Tina Jones with Portland police tells Ketu news there officers are required under the mandatory reporting law to call the hotline when they find a case of child abuse with our officers blading, I sometimes up an our to make those mandatory reports the Oregon department of human services operates the hotline, they say they're not aware of police waiting longer than seven minutes. But other mandatory reporters have waited as long as ninety minutes. DHS has run into trouble finding people they can hire for the call center in Portland, you'll soon see? E scooters zooming around Portland again eleven ninety K E X. Gail Cunningham says some will hit the streets on Friday after taking thousands of comments from portlanders about last summer's pilot scooter program Pete's ready to roll out a full year trial run more than sixteen hundred complaints whereabout riding on sidewalks and parking scooters illegally. This time riders could be fined fifty bucks for riding on the sidewalk. Fifteen dollars for illegal parking Peabody will notify scooter companies of writers breaking the rules and the companies will issue warnings fines and suspensions, the city will also charge fees to both writers and scooter companies they expect twenty hundred scooters on the streets Friday and nine thousand whizzing around by January. I'm Bob Williams. Newsradio eleven ninety K E.
"ella street" Discussed on Pet Life Radio
"Thanks for being here. With me today. We're going to kick out a little bit. And we're gonna talk about too big nerdy traps. The internet of things and pet humanization? I recently watched the series now one of my favorite TV shows. So we'll come valley on HBO show follows the ups and downs of tech start up based on while Silicon Valley. Of course, if you've not already seen the show or at least the season final episode. Here's do warring on uh. Spoiler alert. You may want to turn down the volume for a couple of seconds. All right. So and this season's final show the main characters of the tech startup named piper. Stumble into an unlikely solution for really big data storage problem using interconnected, smart refrigerators. And while it's funny fiction that does Ella street. Our first trend the internet of things, which is essentially the growth of all of our smart inner. Connected devices, everything from our phones, our TV's, washing machines, coffee makers, of course, refrigerators and it's a trend. That's booming. And so is our second trend of pet humanization. Jim Cramer crazy guy on CNBC's mad money stated earlier this year that the humanization of pets is the greatest investing theme in the market this year. All right. So that sounds really important, right? But what is the humanization of pets? Well, my simple take on. It is it's about our changing views of our pets as family members and treating them as such and it's a really broad trend that crosses lots of demographics. But it's especially being fuelled by millennials who are the largest and fastest group of parents today are also group who on average are waiting longer to have children at least the two lighted guide and they're using their pets to help Homa parenting skills as an outlet for the parental love and money. You can see this trying to pet humanization play out in a number of ways. Take social media now. Tons of paddock outs. Some really big followings and enough influenced. Command series advertising dollars up two thousands of posts for some or look at our travel behaviors more and more. We like to travel with our pets and some hotels rolling out the red carpet with over the top amenities Divi for business for my company. Pop joy supplies, the cosmopolitan hotel in Las Vegas with boxes of goodies to pamper their nightly doggie guest, which is just one of number of amenities that the offer under their dog from my program or look at our general purchasing transfer pets include big increases, inorganic, local and sustainable types of pet foods treats stylish and seasonal clothes and accessories for pets and the kind of stuff that once was reserved for human babies strollers cares. And of course, technology because technology has revolutionized our lives. So how can we possibly leave our babies in the analogs donators there's GPS and activity tracking for your dog, but products like the nozzle collar the link AKC collar, wearable technology like we covered with her. Former guest land from four Paul's tack. Now, there's even dog TV channel. Specifically designed for your dog. And there's our focus today, which is bringing FaceTime to Fido to explain a little further just like, the parents of human babies, we pet parents Furby still when we're not at how you ever been sitting at a meeting just wishing that you could check on your dog to see if she was doing well you can now you can call her or she can even call you and a pet chats. It's basically FaceTime or Skype for your plus a few other fun things. It's an interactive webcam. It's a treat dispenser a set. Dispenser and my favorite feature a doggy activated. Call Pat, because of course, your dog has a busy schedule. She needs to fit you when she can on her time, hashtag overbooked. But seriously, imagine it for a second being at work getting smartphone. Notification sent you buy your dog at home because she wants to see you the open your app, you can see your wagging retail on the video after some cute baby talk for her. Of course, you hit a button and a tree pops out of a dispenser. You watch devour at your tail even more you pack yourself. On the back for being they mazing parent that you are this is infection. This is chats and today's guest Joe Meyer is here to talk with us about it. He has a career that spanned.
"ella street" Discussed on PRI's The World
"But also from Cuba, and from places that are much much farther away. Is that surprising? I mean, that's a really vast and varied number of countries. What had been happening with these? What we call nowadays caravans. So we started seeing a few months ago is that they would enter Mexico, and they would for the most part legally be allowed to cross into Mexico to reach the US. And what's new here is that they are being? Stopped here. Immigration officials. Here are saying that they are overwhelmed and they can't process their applications quickly enough humanitarian visas, and so that is how we were getting these massive massive crowds spread in multiple places here in the southern part of Mexico lawfully crossing Mexico, destination USA. Yes, everybody that I've spoken to. That's what they said that they want to go to among the migrants, you said are people who fled from Cuba. What's their situation? Yes. So I have met many people who are here from Cuba. It is very difficult to give a number of how many people, but at the very least in the hundreds and some have been here for weeks, some say they've been here for a couple of months, and so they're growing increasingly frustrated because they say they want to lawfully cross Mexico and Mexico is now telling telling them either. Yes, or no yesterday, I was at a rally of Cuban migrants. There is an activist Mexican his name is Louis Viagra. And I just want to play a little bit of what that rally was like. Hundi namus. Beata grant is encouraging them to to find the means to get on buses and go all the way to Mexico City to have their applications processed there. And what you fear return this crowd. People quite upset making cry out for freedom Libertad Libertad, how did they get from Cuba to southern Mexico? I have spoken to several people asking him the same question. One man. His name is he's thirty three years old. He told me he flew to Ghana because that was the only country where he could go to without a visa, and then he travelled by land to Brazil, Peru Ecuador through Colombia and then from there through Central America to get here. Interim want them about your journey. Garrett's describing the place where he staying at as a pigsty and just to Ella street. It a little bit for for you. It is quite literally a soccer field where get an a few hundred others are sleeping out in the open air, many of them just literally sleeping on the grass sometimes getting getting water from government officials, but that's about it in terms of provisions while they wait for the applications to be processed and the Cubans like pretty much everybody else you've met they're also trying to reach their final destination. Yes, people here, quite desperate. There's somebody else that I met who staying on that soccer fear sealed she was eighteen years old from Honduras. Her name is Giselle went this. This is what she had to say about what she's willing to endure to get to US. Sonja medical. You heard her say they're Sueno American the American dream. She believes that she everyone else. She's there with the willing to do whatever it takes to achieve the American dream, which at this point is merely reaching the US border, which means that point walking across the entire territory of Mexico. I mean, this is happening the same time. The President Trump is pressuring Mexico's to stop migrants from crossing the US border. It may be hard to determine if the back of the US US Mexico border has had a knock on a fact at the Mexico Guatemala border. But you know, the situation you're seeing is connected in any way to the messages. We're hearing from the White House. We can't say with full certainty whether or not that is the case. But it is a remarkable coincidence that around the same time that that President Trump started pressuring Mexico publicly the tweets to stop the flow of migrants around that time Mexican officials..
"ella street" Discussed on Racing Post
"Walking back to this week's race in post Gulf postcards for joined boy, he will confirm the rice in posts in the studio, we go in McLaughlin on the line from Patty power, as we'll we'll co- let's start with this week's action the R S Pearce handlery copen, tell us a little bit about the tournament and the setup where we're having to a changed from the lustrous company. We have on European so in the Saudi international last week because we're heading off down under to Melbourne for the Vico pin, which was previously a Australian tour van which has been upgraded and now. It's now been co-sanctioned with the European so big and unusual week as well because there's going to be the women's tournament is going to be taking the same at the same time on the same course is so that's going to be a little bit different. They could be planning turn tee-times size can be without two individual competitions is going to be so busy. Yeah. You get. He tom. So yeah, there's two courses on that one. The the causes the thirteenth beach links in Geelong, which as a name suggests they've gone, I of li- links style seaside type arrangement, but you're on the beach course. And then they play a quick course as well. They play that for one if the first two rounds, which is more inland things to monies we window window. It's going to be it's going to be pretty blow around there. And. As I said, the caller is the quality of the field will be enhanced by the addition of European plaza in what has been generally a domestic effects. It's been guys he's not in fifty seven and they've played last six or seven years. So he's bad 'cause for for particularly the home contingent. But not it wasn't so tone in a lot of European players would have played in before this year. But obviously, they do what was it tuneless Australian Open, and the Australian PG I to you know, I've quite considerable European representation because at the time of year that that played, you know, towards the end of the Soviet ran Christmas around just when the the US tolls in the European toes tending to as up a little bit. So yeah, it's it's an unusual test for some of it. I mean, barely months. Simon hawks was the winner last year, and he's of Lavin around the top five hundred world say that Ella street so equality that. The previous incarnations motivation. If you're going to get involved in this tournament, I p m tonight it's Wednesday and Wednesday's eight PM tonight. You must get involved then. Little bit of a different setup as well. This one will the beach coats, the crate coast, and then the cops might to sixty five. And then there's another for the fall around five as well. Summit. Look how four with you get involved in Ronin as well Gordon from potty Powell's on the line. What are your thoughts on this one in before he gives us a shot? Yeah. I'm a purist at heart. It really I don't really like I like the equal pay for the women and that sort of still for the plate amount. Turn Italy on the same golf course. I think there's gonna be a lot of players that are going to get frustrated quickly. If it's going to be it's going to be very very slow. Shirley, you're going to have stocked Tetons for maybe six seven hours during the day. Looking at the weather is going to be thunderstorms there as well. So there's gonna be a lot of guys here. I think you're just going to down tools pretty quickly so myself, personally, I'm gonna keep powder dry enough and have small stakes on boom, I won't player in particular. Who who I kind of like without small stakes? We'll go through obviously in Dade Rodney give us a show then for this one seven places this week. Jason Scrivner heads of banning at twelve to one Lucas Herbert next in the fourteen to one Ryan FOX at sixteen to one jazz Genoa's Tannen, eighteen to on our wide twenty two to one agent Taghi twenty five to one Justin heart in two thousand five hundred twenty eight Toowoomba run. I mentioned you keep in the the powder somewhat dry. But you've got a. One standout fancy. Here was a who would that be warm bed in a tiresome Endicott, and because one of the young crop of improving straighten players don't the truest form he was nine in the New South Wales..
"ella street" Discussed on Latino USA
"Pricing of commodities. It covers so many different factors. Nafta is premised. It's based on the on a simple concept, which is that economies should be linked. And that there should be a free flow of capital and goods between economies. Unfettered unrestricted capitalism. So I think if we had to pick one food item that is the most illustrative that kind of tells the story of NAFTA. I think we would have to look at corn. Initially, the farmers might be growing corn still but unable to get it anywhere. Right. So we see that farmer. No longer having that access to market right because the Mexican government had to undo a lot of the supports that it had for its farmers. The farmer might grow beautiful corn. I had a farmer. Tell me I grew beautiful corn. But I had to feed it to the pigs because there was nowhere to sell it small farmers couldn't compete with the new industrial farms and with US corn distributors that now had easy access to the Mexican market. So as a result, researchers have estimated that NAFTA forced two million Mexican farmers out of work in the nineteen nineties and two thousands without income from farming many Mexicans immigrated to the United States, and for the others who stayed their lifestyles changed many took new jobs in manufacturing, which means they had less time to cook. Or eat at home, and they often did they're eating on the run. Lucky for them supermarket selling cheap processed foods were now flooding into Mexico. Little by little we start to see this expansion of the global corporate network in terms of distribution of processed foods. In nineteen Ninety-one. There was one WalMart and my twenty twelve WalMart is now Mexico's largest retailer. Two thousand locations. I mean, these are kind of extrordinary numbers he act so WalMart MetaBank with. Soda distribution networks. Coca Cola truck being the first vehicle to go down a road that was just paved those plus. Nights. They check on. With the NAFTA as now, cheap an easy to distribute everywhere, even in the most remote communities, but the food that Coca Cola truck is distributing is not the most healthy one story that really helps Ella street. This is the story of my friend, your Landa who lives and a very small town outside if they were concerned on Tony attacks gala. She has a little the Enda little store in the front room of her house. What we might think of New York City is about the guy or a corner store. Your Landa told me that she would have liked to stocks fresh fruit that she would like to stock things that she prepares herself. But there's no distribution system. The Coca Cola truck will bring her Coca Cola products, including all of the snack cakes and everything else to her doorstep without her lifting a finger. They provide her with her shelving, they provide her with refrigerators with science, and they restock her whenever she needs it. But if she wants to sell a piece of fruit. She has to take the public bus to WalMart and at retail purchase the fruit or whatever fresh products she wants to sell in her store and by the time. She does that she's an elderly woman fruit is heavy. She takes it on the bus. It's expensive. She gets it back her. Neighbors say no that's too pricey. I don't I don't need to buy fruit from you. And so she has no ability to release Al fresh fruit products. And if you walk into her store, virtually everything that you see will be things that are packaged that are shelf stable. It's no wonder then that Mexicans eat a lot more processed foods now than they did in the past. As just one example Mexico's become one of the world's top consumers of instant noodles. Throwing isn't the most Marut and throw ramen this..
"ella street" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show
"If you're particularly enjoying this is Stefan Gilmore reached in and grabbed cooks, his left elbow, and that was blocked by Doron Harmon number twenty one. So saints fans, guess what? A non call on pass interference. Did the Rams in right there? Because again, you look at that play one more time and Gilmore is trailing as harmonised crashing in. And he reaches out and cooks can't get both arms and hands on the football. He absolutely reaches in his beat. And it's incomplete why is that big because the next play. These two defenders were involved Doron Harmon comes rushing in on a blitz. He gets right goff's face Goth throws the ball up thinking that there's going be a shot for cooks, and to Gilmore picks it off and Doron Harmon is the latest New England patriot to come off the bench and make huge plays to give them a championship. Just like Malcolm Butler back in the day Harmon was in the game. You know, what harm was in the game because Patrick Chung's arm exploded for all of us to see on national television is brutal Bertil Harmon comes in the game. And I I. I turned to the guy next to me with you the guy next to me, I might watch he's going to be MVP of Super Bowl. But it's adamant, and I think it's well deserved Adelman was the only guy cooks had a nice night statistically, but was the only guy who was performing beyond the expectation level. And he obviously the guy go to guy Brady to Ataman. Is now second only to Montana slash young to rice in the history of the playoffs Brady to Dataman. We've been talking about Brady to moss Brady to Welker. You can go on down the list here. But Brady to adamant is going to be the stuff that we talk about for decades to come. And now Julian Ataman has an MVP award to match it. And the defense backed it up if I told you throughout the week when we're talking about the best of our ability. What is going to happen in this game that the Rams would hold the patriots to thirteen and lose who've? Wow. That the Rams would hold the patriots to thirteen with Brady turning over after the Rams deferred on the opening coin toss and gave it to the team that started their first two playoff games this year with the longest touchdown drive in its lustrous history. Again. The chargers that then became the second longest game opening touchdown drive in its Ella street history. Because of what they did in Kansas City in the Ranji like here, take the ball. And Brady throws a pick. So not only the Rams hold. The patriots thirteen. They picked off Brady with Roby Colin being the one to do it. And then had gusto ski miss a field goal. Those their first two starts to drives of the game. And it's going to be the kick kick they'll be kicking themselves for a long time. That they had the patriots where they wanted them thirteen points mistakes. All over the lot Brady was only targeting a a couple of guys really gronk had a very nice game Sony. Michelle is not getting any attention for somebody who had the playoffs that he had six touchdowns in three playoff games including the only touchdown in Super Bowl. Fifty three remarkably in the same building where thirteen months before he lost in heartbreaking fashion and the national championship game to Alabama thirteen months later. That's why you never give up. Come on keep trying you drafted first round by the New England Patriots. Who watch this with Brady now watch they'll do thirty second overall. They'll get Brady nice beautiful shiny wide receiver to it. Got to keep him in the pink the way to do it. Handed off get the ball out of your hands in two point five seconds or less as I've said here on this show Brady will live forever like fame. He will play forever. And Bella checks genius, man..
"ella street" Discussed on Tara Brach
"So when I give a share a story that is for me a powerful stray tion of both the our our need to fill nurtured and the complexity of it. This woman writes, my mother was always assured me that unspeakable punishments were bound to befall any child is Nadia's. I was if I were you. She said I'd be afraid to go to sleep at night for fear. God, which strike me dead. She would speak these words softly, regrettably, as if saddened by her errant daughter's fate, and I thought myself unloved and unlovable. In addition to threatening me with thoughts of eternal damnation mother. Also, gave me fear of strangers germs disease and food poisoning precocious in imagine of child, I added to the list some bizarre fears of my own falling into the fifth dimension spontaneous. Human combustion when I was suspended from my private school at the age of fifteen for harmless prank, the headmistress referred to my behavior as damnable. This is no big news to my mother may what was news was I had the highest I q end the lowest grades in the entire student body. I took pride in the fact that although I was dysfunctional and an underachiever at least I wasn't stupid. The most devastating where it's my mother ever spoke to me came when I asked her if she loved me, I just been escorted home by the police after one of my many attempts to run away. So it was bad timing on my part, she answered how could anyone ever love you? It took me almost fifty years to heal the damage from all her ugly remarks recently discussing eating disorders with my therapist are related to childhood ritual of mine, intending it to be an amusing an. Anecdote to Ella street. How far back might eating problems went even laugh to say spoke poking gentle fun at myself. It was only when I noticed she was watching me with sympathy rather than amusement that I became aware of the tears on my own cheeks. This is what I told her. From the age of five or six until well into my teens whenever I had trouble sleeping. I would slip out from under my covers and steel into the kitchen for bread or cheese. Carry back to bed with me. And they're pretend my hands belonged to someone else. A comforting reassuring being without a name an angel perhaps the right hand would feud may little bites cheese or bread as the left hand stroke might cheeks in my hair, my eyes closed. I would whisper softly to myself there there. Go to sleep you're safe now. Everything will be all right. I love you. So we see here the intelligence that saying in some way, nurture nurture, and we also see how gets kind of marble because when there's unmet needs. We can often turn to substitutes to nurture. So nurturing needs to be wise. Many people say will couldn't Mike self compassion, be indulgent or pitting needs to be wise compassion, and what allows compassion to be wise. Is if we have contacted directly wake fully the vulnerability. That's usually what's missing we try to nurture. It's kind of a way of getting away from the vulnerability not coming out of the contact with it does that make sense sale. Little more. One of the little mythic stories. I like us of of a sage who is known to be very, very wise and people would travel long distances through the wilderness and over mountains and cross raging rivers to get to him when he'd come. They'd you know, they'd have to meditate for awhile. And then he'd swear them to secrecy. And finally when they tell them what was going on. And then he'd say I have one question for you. What are you unwilling to feel? What are you unwilling to feel? And if we're really honest with ourself, we'll start noticing how we pull away from directly feeling discomfort all the time. How we stay busy during our day in daily life..
Everything you wanted to know about money in 30 seconds
"This Business Rockstars weird to inspire inform and connect a community of entrepreneurs. Joining us right now is Tina, hey, the CEO and founder of napkin finance. It's a pleasure to have you on the show. Thank you. So what's your company do napkin, finance so napkin finances, everything about money in thirty seconds or less wall break down for us, thirty seconds or less? What is it? So we make complex topics. Simple. And we target a millennial audience, basically where pot for him for understanding complex financial topics that you may have never learned in school or from your family, your parents. Okay. So gimme a practical. And I don't know. Oh. What are some of these things break it down for me on your website? Napkins are the foundation of our site. Basically napkins we have virtual napkins where we fake down topics visually. And so the way things started is actually, I'm a visual learner. I was sitting in business school with bankers and consultants, and I had a liberal arts background, and I worked in film, and technology. And so I've always thought visually about different complex topics and most people are visual thinkers, it's a classic concept. Einstein davinci. Mozart all of them were visual thinkers, and that basically was the inspiration behind napkin, finance, and so we sketch out and Ella street different topics everything from compound interest to ET apps tax taxes insurance, whatever it is that's relevant to people and interesting. How did you come up with this as a business model for your company? I feel like a lot of the idea in the shower they have a problem in their life that they out of a need and desire to solve credit company. What was it for you? So it actually happened by accident. It started as these sketches for financial literacy part of the plot from that we developed and we saw that the napkin finance segment actually took off and people loved it. And we get phone calls all the time just buying napkins virtual napkins. Yes. Virtual napkins, even real happy. We have real napkins now that we print out. But basically, we have such demand for these kids because people want to see things simplified, and I think money and finances really intimidating for most people. So we've connected in that respect five having these napkins explained different topics. So now, we have napkins we have videos, we have other content. We also have a WGN glossary that's kind of an urban dictionary for finance and a podcast coming out. So we built our platform to basically encompass everything that's related to money and personal finance. So what a digital napkin? I have no idea. What that is. So it's basically a topic drawn out. Through illustrations of bit different financial topics depending on what your swipe through these napkins right through the napkins. You can actually have physical ones as well. Now, we started printing them out for our users. But these napkins are just just start to kind of grow and be more interested in different topics, and then go into the videos, and the glossary and uses as a resource and just kind of a way to learn about anything that's important to you at at different stages in your life. What did you do before this leads you into this for you and finance before this? I wasn't finance briefly. But I've always been in technology, and I've I love the startup world. I've had two other start ups before this. So I find that I'm really excited about starting things and building ideas. And so this has been a lot of fun for me, not only because the companies during law, but because it's really helping people, and it's really been fantastic to see the influence our content house on people. We get emails and calls all the time. The people saying that it's changing their lives parents are using it for their kids. So it's really inspiring for us and really fantastic for our whole team to see this happening. So what were the other two companies you had to companies before this one? What were they? So the first one was called city tripping. It was a lifestyle channel for everything in different cities. And we also published city guides L A, New York, and we're growing, and we also had city guides. We were called the younger, hip or city searched by Rolling Stone magazine. And so we grew and we actually grew into a publishing company as well. The last company I had was Tottenham test group, which was an outsourced HR business where we do background searches and drug testing for small medium sized businesses. Very different than what I'm doing now. Yeah. You've been all over the place. What's been something on your journey? That was a season of adversity. I feel like either you have been in one you are and one or you will be in one at some point in your life. Can you take back to a story in your life or your business or you just hit one of those seasons of adversity where you felt like giving up? I mean, there are so many. But. At least for the people that haven't started yet. I call it a roller coaster because literally every day you have something that can come up, and it often does that can really make you question. Everything you're you're the entire company and how your future, but along the way you also have kind of the ups and downs. So I think that the most challenging thing is not what you do like with one instance. It's just always continuing to kind of. Move push forward. And look to like the next step because nothing really will really break down the company in the big picture. It's just these things that seem like they're the the biggest issues at the time.