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'Stop Asian Hate,' Chicago Chinatown march, rally joins groups across the country in National Day of Action
"Hundreds of people came together in Chicago's Chinatown to protest against anti Asian racism. The county board president Toni Preckwinkle among the community leaders and lawmakers who joined dozens of Asian American groups who organized the rally. Parent Cook County, where they feels to enable or allow white supremacy to flourish. We will fight back against hate violence against Asian Americans has spiked nearly 150% since the current virus pandemic began. Many blaming China for the virus in the western suburbs. Another protest against racism toward the Asian community. Protesters in Elmhurst gathered in front of the local dry cleaning business, which stirred up controversy after a photo of a sign went viral. The owner of Dulles Cleaners is defending a sign he says was meant to target the Chinese government, not Chinese people. He took it down five months ago after an Asian American customer confronted him. Hearst Police were on hand during that
Some Chicago-Area Hospitals Still Waiting on Coronavirus Vaccine Shipments
"Health care workers will get get to to page page county's county's first first covert covert 19 19 vaccine vaccine injections. injections. Today. Today. Bonita Bonita multi, multi, is is live live at at Edward Edward Hospital Hospital in in Naperville, Naperville, with with more more grown grown up. up. Good morning. That's right. It's probably the most anticipated delivery of the entire year. 1950 doses of the vaccine will arrive here at Edward Hospital this morning. Now another 1950 will also arrive over at Elmhurst Hospital between six and 7 A.m.. The both of those are part of the DuPage medical Group. Do pitch camp. He has seen a recent surge in covert 19 cases with more than 54,000 people testing positive. 848 deaths Countywide and quite a high level of community transmission. Now we're talking about the Fizer vaccine, one of the challenges associated with it, Of course, a story this because it needs to be kept very cold. The medical group tells us it purchased the ultra cold freezers needed to store this back in August on a sense, partnered with the county and the state to to store store the the vaccine vaccine prior prior to to its its arrival arrival here here at at the the hospital. hospital. We We actually actually done done dry dry runs runs about about getting getting it it from from a a loading loading dock dock in in today's today's the the so so the the end end of of the the freezer freezer spending freezes to our areas of vaccination. Again. 1950 dose is expected here at Edward Hospital this morning at around 6 A.m., or between six and seven,
Mayor de Blasio applauds 1st COVID-19 vaccine administered at New York City public hospital
"Here. De Blasio applauded is the first vaccines were administered at Elmhurst Hospital in Queens, a place he once described as the epicenter of the epicenter. 1600 Healthcare workers have been vaccinated so far in New York City and the mayor expected shots to continue through the winter storm. Now bearing down on the Northeast. We expect to keep getting the delay. Reese and keeping it will turn around and get people of accident. Outdoor curbside dining is suspended, though, so snowplows could get through. Erin Contar
Black Friday Was a Bust for Many Stores, Better for Online
"Black Friday, though, is mostly a bust with the pandemic, keeping many shoppers away from those brick and mortar stores. Not to say there haven't been any crowds whatsoever this black Friday, 2020 as a small group wearing masks gathered outside the 34th Street target in Manhattan overnight, but only about 30. People lined up at Macy's before doors opened. And one team expressed shock and how quickly he got in and out to buy headphones at the Columbus Circle. Best buy at the Queen's Center and Elmhurst things nearly dead when compared to pre pandemic Black Friday activity out in New Jersey not much of a crowd outside the Wal Mart in Union. Everyone filed it. When the doors opened. Nobody waiting outside
Tremaine Emory on Mixing Politics and Fashion
"We have been doing these conversations now since way back at the beginning of the lockdown and the pandemic and each week we've been chatting with people in our community who have important messages ideas and insights to share. And this week. I am really pleased to welcome my old french. Remain emory out to live. Welcome tremaine imran. How are you thank you thank you for. Thank you for being with us There's a lot in real quick. You should also you're not being being real because you remember me a side. We did the first few party at level. Data may grow you and tom four. And that's the first time you before that you remember like seven years ago. Yeah i i was telling someone that story earlier today. Going back to ludwig dig negra and three. That was that was when we had a little party to celebrate our first seed funding round and all of our friends and supporters came in. You are kind enough to host night. So that was. That was a big day. Yeah twenty-one tanah tanah but yeah thank you for having really service yeah. There's a lot to discuss today. And i don't i definitely want to talk about the election in the us and some of these partnerships that you've been working on Via your alter ego denim tears but before the before. We did that you know. I thought it was good. Opportunity to kind of explain who tremaine. Emory is such a multifaceted guy. A polymath many interests and talents and different projects. In the things that you get involved with you at the beginning you tell us a little bit about you. Know how you became tremaine emory. Like your what's your story. You're where did you go up. I get integrated and involved in the fashion space I i was born in atlanta georgia nineteen eighty-one and soon after three months after my parents my dad got a job at cbs news. He worked for a local affiliate in atlanta and before that he was in denver for that he was in the army as a photo most pitcher cameraman and then he came out and through all kinds of chances of luck in hardware. Got a job as a tv news. Cameron in new york city. So we're three months old. We moved to queens And that's how. I grew up in new york parents from a very small town hall in georgia and in in their radicals they're like for web. It comes around all georgia's amazing people. It's a one red light town. My parents update or fifteen hundred people but something in my parents got them the keep moving out a going further. And you know that's my introduction to art and creativity is through my parents You know from their style to shop and vintage renaming shopping vintages. Antique shopping elects amongst. We're gonna antique shopping. So you know my mom being like oh these good levi's again or the cash showed or you know yes. That's my rancher. Coding vintage in a first expansion design was. My parents owned the video store. You know. vhs tapes the on eighties in elmhurst queens and My mom she rented mainly because my dad was working five days a week and he'd be on the weekends or at night and There's a rap group called kid in play there yet. 'em play play skin when he worked at the store and he designed. He was into fashion before music. He designed a cheek. Shirts are t shirts because there was on our video shows called. Just just us videos in. He designed a t shirt.
Many Will County, Chicago Communities Remain Without Power A Day After Storms
"Could be a big problem for many communities in Chicago for the next several days after Monday's big storms. Comment says 212,000 customers are still without power power across across northern northern Illinois. Illinois. 33,000 33,000 of of those those Are Are in in Chicago. Chicago. Another Another 37,000 37,000 in in will will county county about about 17,000 17,000 in in DuPage DuPage County, County, Lombard in Elmhurst are among some of the hardest hit areas. Comment says it's working round the clock and calling in crews from other states to help make repairs. Tony Scala
At least six shot – one fatally – in New York City early Sunday
"At least six people shot in New York City, one of them fatally. During the early morning hours. The New York Post reports that a 23 year old man was fatally shot in the chest. Around 3:30 a.m. In Long Island City, a double shooting in Elmhurst left to men in their twenties, both wounded and one in the Bronx, left a 51 year old man and a 48 year old man with gunshot wounds. In Harlem, a 29 year old man was also shot. All five victims suffered non life threatening injuries. So far this week, there have been 38 shootings, compared to 16 for the same period last
"elmhurst" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM
"In the Mount Pleasant and Elmhurst neighborhood near Providence College in Rhode Island college limiting the number of students to three the Providence city council enacted the ordinance in twenty fifteen in response to neighborhood concerns including noise and crowding the DMV is allowing vehicle credentials registrations and inspection sticker is due to expire in June to now be valid until the end of September the DMV is also extending the grace period for that same time frame for all motor vehicle documents that previously held expiration dates in March those with deadlines for April and may were previously given extensions to July and August get news twenty four seven on demand that is radio R. I. dot com fires are still smoldering in Minneapolis I'm Dave Anthony fox news the protest continue for a third night and those fires have hit many buildings and this all of the deaths over death of a black man during arrest and it spilled over into Saint Paul as well more than one hundred and twenty businesses have been looted or destroyed in some of those businesses are right here this is a shopping plaza that's been on fire for hours now businesses that have had their windows busted out we have seen looters and rioters ensure the stores take things just for the furniture you know spray paint on the walls of the windows yeah that's fox's Matt Finn people also process in other cities in Louisville seven people were shot one critically wounded in Chicago the other thing was that we still president so called the riders a Minneapolis thugs in a tweet also suggested the feds could get involved in the looting starch the shooting starts Twitter than flag in it that message boxes John decker live in Washington for the first time Twitter has a fixed a warning label to one of the president's tweets saying it violated its rules Twitter is using what it calls a public interest notice to flag the president's post meaning that we will not be removed but will be hidden behind a notice that says this tweet violated the Twitter rules about glorifying violence after the president's tweets were flagged by Twitter the official White House Twitter crop account posted the same tweet in apparent attempt by the trump administration to further test the platform's rules Dave John the president tweeted Twitter does nothing about the propaganda lies by Democrats in China and we've just learned the president will hold a news conference in four hours related to China all the corona virus shut downs some consumer spending plunging a record thirteen point six percent last month America is listening to fox news now here's your storm team ten forecast today mostly cloudy and very humid with temperatures heading into the low seventies patchy drizzle throughout the morning hours and spotty.
Coronavirus: The human cost of virus misinformation
"We here at the BBC have been tracking the human cost of coronavirus misinformation this includes the souls awesome injuries and deaths as a result of room is false speculation bogus cures and fake posts online Mariana spring from BBC trending has some of the findings Brian lives in Florida in April he posted his thoughts on corona virus on Facebook he wasn't quite sure what current advice really was but because of things he read online he was convinced that the expats were lying I saw those may be is there you know are they still working on the five G. because I've heard rumors not from any news sources but people talking about old you know it could cause fax people getting sick over a five G. towers and being too close just one of the many conspiracy theories that have been circulating online during the pandemic Brian and his wife didn't keep away from other people or seek help when they fell with corona virus the couple ended up in hospital that's why he was when I speak to him by fighting he was getting better but still struggling to breathe his wife was in a much more serious condition one of until later in a nearby ward the battle that they've been having is with her longs there in flames and they've trying to get to the best medication that they can sign I was available to be able to help with that and her body just is just not responding Brian is no longer karenna vice conspiracy theorist and this case is just one of many examples of how dangerous misinformation can be the BBC's anti disinformation unit has investigated hundreds of misinformation cases and found dozens resulted in real human cost like the virus is spread all over the world misleading information about the drug hydroxy car Quinn has let the poisonings in the U. S. Vietnam and Nigeria online remiss led to multi tax in India those conspiracy theories that Brian mentioned about five G. mobile technology well fed masa possess a light in the UK and other countries perhaps the deadliest incident happened in Iran where health authorities say misleading messages about the preventive effects of drinking alcohol went viral on social media Cheyenne's Atari's all day is a disinformation expert with BBC monitoring we start seeing posts eighteen telegram which is one of the most popular messaging apps in Iran I'm also on Instagram that was means videos that was suggesting drinking alcohol can actually boost the immune system and disinfect the body and soul and someone from catching Corbett ninety the authorities say the room is because nearly eight hundred deaths is difficult to verify each case in a country where the media is heavily restricted experts say there's no reason for the Iranian authorities to downplay the deaths coronavirus present something of a nightmare situation for fact checkers like clam mailed from the British organization full facts we know that bad information can ruin lives and at the moment in the middle of such a huge part of that make such great potential for harm if people aren't getting the right information it's not just touchy Facebook group so what messages causing harm some of the most misleading information comes directly from world leaders and public figures and then I see the disinfectant we're not set up in a minute one and is there a way we can do something like that doctors and poison centers in the U. S. told us they've seen patients coming to die right Tom because of misinformation promoted by president trump and others Dr Duncan Marie treats crate of ours patients at Elmhurst hospital in New York City I do think that president trump's comments are a really tragic example where I think that the spread of misinformation actually influenced some of the messaging that comes from our public officials particularly if they have constituents who are vulnerable to that misinformation throughout the pandemic conspiracy groups have seen the number swelled on Facebook this is what some doctors respect T. fear the most Brian the current of ours patient in Florida has a message for the conspiracists we just can't be playing around anymore distancing Israel and yeah sure we'll listen from the beginning I agree I didn't do that and I'm sorry I don't know the people there won't forget me
"elmhurst" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Emory Avenue in Elmhurst several cars continued to drive through flood water one driver got stuck under the North Avenue viaduct state police eventually shut the interstate down altogether it was a similar scene on interstate ninety four in Lincoln way a red sedan was nearly submerged in floodwater and the side streets didn't look any better these are pictures of the roads in Carol stream parking lots turned into pools of water fortunately we have not had any reports of injuries the rain is expected to subside this morning but we're gonna be dealing with the aftermath of this flooding at least throughout the day as you know the system is coming through Morgan is watching that closely so we'll have an update for you again coming up at four thirty reporting live I'm Kelly Davis WGN is Kelly thank you and here's a look at some flooding in northwest Indiana overnight this was a downpour Lole thunderstorms and blinding rain make for dangerous driving conditions on I. sixty five the storm also pelted Munster were streets were begging beginning to flood we continue to follow the flooding all morning and make sure you have a news and weather apps and enable push notifications to get the latest updates the building this morning a man was shot and wounded while walking his dog last night in Elmhurst it happened around nine PM at Linden Van Buren neighbors called police when they heard shots and saw the victim lying on the sidewalk no word yet on his condition police believe the shooter has left the area governor Pritzker says Illinois is moving in the right direction when it comes to re opening its economy history health officials reported another one hundred thirty eight lives lost to cope in nineteen and more than thirty two hundred new positive cases but even though the death tolls reeling four thousand and we reached more than eighty seven thousand cases of coke in nineteen eighty seven thousand yet the governor says the Chicago area has moved into green and on track from lifting some restrictions Chicago and the region surrounding Chicago has now dropped dropped below twenty percent in terms of positivity rate and that's a gating factor for moving into the next phase the governor says all the regions of the state now appear to be on track to move to phase three of his restore Illinois plan by the end of the month if the numbers hold up in the next phase more businesses can reopen and gatherings of up to ten people would be permitted as coronavirus cases decline across almost half the country people remain divided about re opening C. N. N.'s Camilla Bernal has more people flooding bars and restaurants in Wisconsin after the Supreme Court struck down the state's stay at home order Wisconsin's governor isn't happy about it because of the court's decision many more people could get sick.
Trump to pause immigrant visas for 60 days over coronavirus
"I want people that are in this country I want our citizens to get jobs I don't want them to have competition we have a very on usual situation and it is an unusual situation but we also know that the trump agenda has always been to reduce legal as well as illegal immigration so is covert unemployment and excuse that he's hitchhiking campaign item onto or legitimate because we do have this unemployment spike not barred by the way on any guest workers who the country is allowing in to help with the food supply reportedly farmers and agriculture business organizations exploded in anger that's the way the times put it exploded in anger at the prospect that guest workers would also be banned in fact the New York times headline on this today is trump backs away from a broad ban on immigration but many will still feel the effect of restrictions and you know this is just the latest coronavirus development to hit immigrants harder than many other people notably many immigrants who have been working here and paying taxes here will not be eligible for some of the relief programs another development this week that you may not have heard about is that the Supreme Court may take changing conditions from the corona virus into account in the so called daca case it is now considering involving young immigrants brought here as kids by their parents who grew up American but undocumented with me now this site bridge wani she was New York city's first immigration commissioner under mayor Bloomberg after the people of the city created that position in the two thousand one referendum she is now founder and president of the group called new American leaders which supports immigrant political activity and she is the author of people like us the new wave of candidates knocking at the marker sees door published in twenty eighteen and once upon a time she was a founder of south Asian youth action in Elmhurst queens now an epicenter of coronavirus infections and deaths are ironically thanks for coming on so you're welcome back to W. NYC thanks for having me Bryant creek hearing voices let me get right to the president's argument you heard the clip and on its face a lot of people might say this makes sense if we've gone from three percent unemployment two thirteen percent unemployment overnight because of the public health crisis maybe the next sixty days are not the time to be taking in more people who will want to find work regardless of any other immigration politics what's your reaction welcome and thank you summarized it very well I'd say more forcefully that this is part of the administration's connect textbook case of white supremacy they do three things racialized everything throw red meat to a base that is predominantly white and in teaching capricious and arbitrary announcement and while we could fact check those and problem the ties with sixty days actually means at the end of the day and she said in a New York times headline the intention and the intended impact is already there creating chaos and fear among immigrant communities who I'm not following every single tweet an announcement at the president and are already struggling with economic fragility and with the loss of life into the intended impact is clear regardless of whether it makes any sense or not and regardless of where he lands on this final executive order the times headline trump's trump backs away from a broad ban on immigration but many will still feel affected restrictions what parts does that refer to that he backed away from my mention the guest workers who work mostly in agriculture anyone else well it's hard to say because it's hard to know what he intended and it's also this announcement that we should close our borders seems inconsistent with the idea that we should we open our state so what is it should we be opening up our economy and returning to court and court normal or should we be closing our borders and protecting ourselves and then the other point I would make is that there isn't an intentionality around in and we do this in New York as well that we create a separation between Americans and immigrants your Christian immigrants when these groups are overlapping you know there are plenty of Americans naturalized citizens who are immigrants and plenty of new Yorkers who are immigrants so as a direct answer to your question is it's hard to say because we don't know what his intention was who was he intending to cover and then the last point I just want to make on the sixty days and in the process of getting approved for a green card is pretty long process to temporarily halting green card approvals for sixty days for the average person applying for a green card it's not necessarily a meaningful amount of time because it's usually a long arc as someone who's actually been through the process I can tell you that sixty days is a pretty inconsequential amount and it just speaks to the fact that it's very arbitrary what he's saying so does that mean that this is more political theater than actual impact on potential immigrants live yeah I feel that he he feels backed into a corner and we are watching the unemployment numbers grow the economy continue to suffer and he's pulling anything that he can possibly pull on to ensure that there's a victory in November I think you know there's been a pattern of behavior on his part that indicates not just it's not just about and that winning an election but it's also about self preservation who will be most affected by this what I want and not be found guilty of doing the same thing that I see some of our leaders to write and to separate immigrants from Americans or immigrants in New York I said many of us are suffering whether that's an emotional loss because of a loved one our economic loss and but the impact I themed is going to be the greatest on those who are most vulnerable and most vulnerable because of their immigration status and most vulnerable because they just don't have some of us have financial security or you know back backups that we can rely on and the most vulnerable in our society with their immigrant or not don't have that and that's where I think we're going to see them the most suffering you see let me ask you to clarify the connection because insurance direction is specifically on getting green cards or permanent residency status for the next sixty days I think some of the most vulnerable you're talking about undocumented immigrants who were not up for green card status based on their status and and some others who are not green card applicants right now so what is that broader effect you're trying to describe what so for example let's talk about someone who may be looking to adjust their status right so might be someone who has a work permit who has applied for a green card and again I just want to be clear that we're not exactly sure what what is entailed in this executive order but an example might be someone who is employed on a work visa and who is leading to adjust their status from being what's called an H. one B. worker to a green card holder into maybe there'll be a temporary halt on that it could be someone let's see who's a daca recipient who may who you know may have been undocumented has doctor now possibly got married to someone who is a citizen might be in line for a green card so but it could also be someone who lives outside of the United States see for example I applied for an adjustment of status for my mother and my mother might be waiting in another country for a green card approval and that will get to meet too it's a wide range of people and I want to be very clear that I'm not saying all of those people will be affected but those are examples of the type of people who might be
UN Helps New York City in Fight Against COVID-19
"New York City has always been proud to host the United Nations and with the de Blasio administration over the last six years. We have built a relationship really into one of collaboration and partnership and this bond was deepened during the Crisis and the extraordinary historic donation that the UN gave of two hundred and fifty thousand surgical masks were distributed to our healthcare personnel in our public hospitals. It was an extraordinary gift. And we know that U N staff continues to give an had distributed. Ppe's to public hospitals around the city including Elmhurst hospital which is one of the most overburden hospitals in New York City and we are creating a number of different opportunities for you on staff to be able to volunteer including Being able to give financial donations to feed healthcare personnel but also ways of giving time And they're very important human human touch through different volunteer activities than we will be in touch soon.
Councilman Says Many In Queens, New York City's Hardest-Hit Borough, Can't Afford Burials
"New York City continues to be the epicenter of the pandemic in the United States and within the city some of the hardest hit places aren't minority neighborhoods in queens places like Elmhurst and Jackson heights I'm joined now by city councilman Francisco Moya who represents those neighborhoods councilman Maria welcome to the program thank you for having me so we've heard about the racial disparity with the corona virus with it disproportionately affecting black and Latino residents those communities are over represented in the estimated death count according to the city's latest data have you seen that well yeah I mean look this is not nothing new for us I think I you know I've been on the ground since day one talking about how this is had a profound impact on the Latino community and the African American community for a few reasons one when that tidal waves just crashed on Elmhurst hospital I was on the phone with the CEO of the hospital are talking about what does that look like in terms of patient make up seventy percent of the impatience that came in those first few days were Latinos all from the surrounding community the reason why is because the majority of them are in the hospitality or service industry then they don't have the ability to telecommute from home they're the ones that are delivering our food well you know we're safe inside they are the ones that are manning the cash registers and stalking the aisles in our supermarkets I've they've been thrown into being this kind of front line support that has been keeping the city alive as we go through this process but they have been the hardest impacted by this because they have to work they have to be at their exposed to the elements which has created this problem for us yeah so what would you say right now are the primary concerns for people in your district do you think these fears and struggles that they have are are different than what people another pearls are grappling with yeah no I think it's it's it's it's more severe if you look at the statistics that are coming out for the borough of queens we are at close to thirty thousand they have been infected by covert seventeen hundred have died just in my district alone and one of the major problems that we're facing right now is the inability for people to bury their loved ones because they lack the money and they lacked their status so here in New York we have a program through HRA day provides a burial assistance but you need to have a social security number you know they give up to nine hundred dollars for burial and cremation but at the moment right now we have a lot of people in the Latino community there are undocumented we also have people they are poor and working class you can't afford this right now I'm asking and I've talked to the mayor and the city of New York I'm working with the our speaker Corey Johnson to expand that program so that we can bring some relief to families who will be able to afford to bury their loved ones as opposed to a seeing the images of people in mass graves at heart island this is what you see in in some war torn countries not what you're accustomed to seeing in New York City so consummate I'm sure you've worked for a lot of causes in your time there it's it's really sad that the because you're working for right now is to help people finance the burials of their loved ones look at it it's heartbreaking right these people are my friends they're my neighbors that my constituents that are crying out for help right now in a time where they can't even really grieve for the loss of their loved ones but you know this stemmed from a constituent that had reached out on behalf of a a young child who lost their mother due to covert nineteen the father is on a rest for on a ventilator won't know if they'll make it through the next week this child will be orphaned they don't have the money or the ability to pay for the burial the hospital is calling them saying you have to pick up the body they're not documented it just breaks my heart to know that this is what's happening and I think as a city we really need to push to get an expanded the program that would open it up for new Yorkers who are poor working class new Yorkers who like the affordability the status shouldn't matter you know we are all in this together I've reached out to my connections to the private sector to help with with some of the the the cost but my proposal is to get the city to changes policy expand that program and open it up for the most needy and most vulnerable in our time right now well keep up the good work councilman thank you so much for talking to us thank you thank you for having me that was councilman Francisco Moya he represents new York's twenty first city council district including his native corona
Coronavirus Cases Strain New York City Hospitals
"Images from Jamaica hospital in queens showing already overcrowded emergency room and at Elmhurst hospital in queens which the mayor has called the epicenter of the epicenter the city had to send reinforcements additional clinicians
San Francisco's early restrictions seem to be helping hospitals avoid coronavirus overload — so far
"San Francisco's hospitals are not yet overwhelmed according to doctors I'm far from ready to declare victory said Dr Bob Wachter but he did note that there is a meaningful difference from New York doctors still urge residents to continue sheltering in place to prevent future spread but in San Francisco which they thought was going to be an absolute ground zero as well for coronavirus patients doctors are not seeing the massive overload and the dire conditions that is being experienced in New York and one of the hardest hits like the Elmhurst hospital in queens where a great pizza shop just a little corner of mom and pop but John's pizza on granite Grand Avenue in Elmhurst stop I love that little shop not far from this hospital that is getting just slam you know we now have a hundred thousand cases we are over now a hundred thousand cases in the US and the draconian early measures in some California counties around San Francisco they are not seeing the explosion like in other places very
Coronavirus cases continue to rise in New York
"New York City calls itself the U. S. epicenter of the virus mayor bill de Blasio says they'll know in a few days if they'll be able to adequately fight April fifth is what the mayor here called a decisive day after that Sunday the mayor said he gets very worried about whether hospitals will have what they need to deal with the expected influx of coronavirus patients images from Jamaica hospital in queens show in already overcrowded emergency room at Elmhurst hospital in queens which the mayor has called the epicenter of the epicenter the city had to send reinforcements additional clinicians and nurses A. B. C.'s Erin to Turkey
Coronavirus Close to Home
"The United States now has the highest number of cases in the world. That's right we have more cases in China Than Italy. We have over ninety thousand people infected. New York has the most cases in the United States at over forty thousand and over five hundred deaths the majority of the cases and deaths are in New York City. Which has become the epicenter of the virus? You know you wake up to this news and it's like hey guess what your city. The one that you're living in raising your kids in has the most cases in the United States hospitals all over. The city are quickly becoming overwhelmed. Some are even they're getting refrigerated trucks outside to store bodies. You know who do you yesterday? I had to go up to Broadway. I live in Harlem Columbia University and the Hospital. Right Columbia. St Lukes is right there on one hundred Thirteenth Street And I turned and I was like wait a second. It's like out of a movie but it's clear that they have an extension of the emergency room entrance outside. It's got a tent. It's blue there's people it's like you can't walk your normal route. So that's yeah that's what it looks like. And then you know thinking about the fact that these people. Why are my neighbors more than likely who are working in the hospital? How much shortage are they going to be facing in terms of essential supplies just like personal protective equipment known as P p. e? I'm so worried about the fact that they have to reuse masks. Yeah The New York Times put out a video on Wednesday. It was very powerful. One doctor in Elmhurst Hospital in Queens. Which has really been bearing the brunt of the outbreak and by the way because Queens has the most number of cases right now and Elmhurst where this hospital is located is a majority. Latino Latina neighborhood in Queens. So this doctor. She made it real we. Now have these five events we probab- unless people die. I suspect we'll be back to needing to beg for ventilators again in another day or two. We don't have what we need. I don't really care if I get in trouble for speaking to the media. I want people to know that this is bad. People are dying. We don't have the tools that we need in the emergency department at the hospital to take care of them and and it's really hard. I hard to watch. I mean Kudos to Dr Smith for like saying I'm not waiting anymore. I need to speak out and like screw the repercussions because this is about you. Know my oath to saving lives so It was hard to watch but it needed to be must watch. It has to be watched. So it's just so she's just so yes like she's like your neighbor. She's like I'm going to tell you the truth. I know everybody's saying it's okay out there. It's not I'm sorry to tell you it's not you know. This is the thing in this country. I was really struck by you. Know the one thing is like this is America. We're supposed to be a first world country and it feels like our healthcare system. It just showing how screwed up. It is but then let's talk a little bit about this government response to all this money because I'm like what is going on as well. I mean the Senate actually did pass two trillion with a t trillion dollar stimulus. Bill on Wednesday basically what it does. And it's still kind of unclear you know but it's going to provide direct checks to most Americans up to twelve hundred bucks which I'm like okay. Twelve hundred dollars. It's not even like half a month's rent in New York City. There's an unemployment program for those who've been laid off for up to four months and then this happened as well media. According to the latest data from the Labor Department which was released on Thursday there was a record. This is historic a record. Three point three million people applied for unemployment last week and of course some Republicans surprise surprise. I'm sorry I mean. They tried to block the provision. That would give money to unemployed. Americans Senator Tim Scott Republican. Who is actually one of the only senators of color in the Senate of South Carolina? He said this in a press conference encourage people. Make more money than you ask. Allie or the maximum four hundred. We understand the legislation. The three point six six hundred dollars a week. This legislation allowed us to make more than a vacuum lead. Do to fix that so you do not make more when you're looking okay. I'm sorry Senator Tim Scott. Come on like you're literally pinning everything now on people who lost their jobs. People are losing their jobs because of a frigging global pandemic. It's nobody's fault here. I mean money like this is such BS. This notion of Republicans only want to like take care of Wall Street and corporations like that. No problem bailing them out but God forbid you can't help people that have new jobs also. We should pay you less money during a crisis. Less money during it's like no actually. This is the time to give people more money. There's another thing that's happening to. And this is from. Nbc QUOTE EXPERTS. Who surveyed a thousand city residents in? New York found that forty one percent of Latinos and Latinos said that either they are someone else in their household had lost their jobs in the last two weeks. That's according to Graduate School of Public Health and health policy at the City University of New York right and then this is the money that I think we've been talking a little bit As a team and with you how this virus is really going to be or it's already been it's already affecting us all in one way or another. I wanted to just call attention to a video by PBS. That came out last week. That really broke it down for me. It was perfect. I mean it was one of those perfect like eight minute explanations about you know how fast a corona virus is spreading. And why? It's just a matter of time before it gets really personal for every one of us on day one. No one you know is sick. It feels like a normal day. It may stay like this for a long time until one day a few people you know her sick and suddenly a few days later it will seem like everyone is sick and it will feel like it happened instantly. Everything looks fine until it isn't fine. So you know. I think what we have to realize is that we're talking about. Potentially millions of Americans could be infected so we have to. And we're not calling it social distancing. Now we're calling it physical distancing. It's like you have to assume that you are carrying the
13 die of COVID-19 at same New York City hospital in 24 hours
"A plea for help in queens thirteen people died at Elmhurst hospital just in a twenty four hour span Dr Colleen Smith says their patients are really sick and not much can be done the frustrating thing about all of this is it really just feels like it's too little too late like we knew we knew it was coming
"elmhurst" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Three sixty four west Grand Avenue in Elmhurst so why don't so we are here Tom he's got some hawks gear on going to the game tonight you guys got for me now I realize I just got two tickets I am rating I don't know I don't know what the seats you know they're nice it's date night boys swift and sons first and then the guy everyone's mind Carmen got tickets yeah I helped a buddy of mine out you've got two season tickets for the season I see your shirt but I'm jammed up a little help me out will you help me out when I had my tickets so you know I could go to every single game so he helped me out I'm helping him out today what we call operation reciprocity it's right and proper thing for me in your order that going after this but I've been working I got a little work to do like for cigars my post office down here not to call it out here watching over the Clayton and docket and have a cigar making one of the suites is gonna slide because walking is such a great team Kaliber will get over walk me over to the Clinton claims that far I'm gonna do all the walking that I need to do next week and yes I walked to the clean last time it so far as long as you get in shape for your big trip to paddle so I've already been doing five hundred westwards zero that's five city blocks I I've made the walk I don't cross river and Abia cross river yeah it's more it's more than five I drive it all the time Tony Clark you're going to say I'm going to wells going to Franklin gonna Wacker gonna cannot seven seven the five hundred equals five if you're crossing a river I mean that there's no block number six it seems like it's about seven blocks let's just call will cost six how's that me just counted it off you don't even include the river the river is a block and a half hello welcome every day the sense to check up as we were talking of for the game and see to the stars who's that your car here yeah Dr settlement date will be slowed by the pink monkey yeah all we have to act that's wait call now so that's when I lived in Clinton and Harrison yeah I was a bit of a pioneer it was the first condo that I purchased yeah you remember I was like well like that's what they call people knew like they got they sold us I've I bought that kinda awful floor plan right in like nineteen ninety nine and they were selling to me is where they were they're pitching Hey there the post office across the street just got purchased ads it was right across the street from the big post office you know works for me right now post office I know I know all right Sir and they were saying Hey this is going to be a big area of the city good news the old post office just got so they're going to develop it took twenty years yes finally get that building a cell yeah yeah thanks in like oh two or three I remember that place are your cause cough and what I'll be careful I don't want you into the hi pipes because I just waltz why do you guys think okay few things I want to do this post office yeah I'm interested yeah I think the bears were having dinner with the alignment yeah I don't know I mean do I do I think they were well would be tampering if they did because he lives in a fairly I thought and less and less free kontra K. well then well he's he's under contract then he's under contract but I think I think there's unless unless the journey is releasing I would think that would be tampering you can't sit down and have dinner and talk shop he's another player here's what I believe happened you're on here this is gonna let me and I I think one of the pace is like Hey look can you meet with me for a little bit I got a quarterback that I still even just like go look a lot of people New York never believed in you and you were always splashed on the back of the new York times with your your weird looking face then you overcame it I still believe that Mitch could overcome it tell me how can make to overcome it and then they had dinner and then arrange something I mean I had dinner with pace that didn't mean that he was recruiting cap to be the quarterback what is the line manning going to tell Ryan pace about the struggles of an early career and that hasn't gone well and Hey style you're not you're thinking like Tom why at all yeah you know I'm going to do I'm gonna reach out to you I'm going to reach out to you I didn't want to do it the child to Eli reach out to Peyton because Payton is retired Peyton stroke a league record twenty nine interceptions his first year that's a good point Tom but number one is in negotiations for the Monday night but it was a little busy number two you can go through the adversity that you I went through yes he did twenty nine interceptions is working one year yeah he's gonna start Russell listening all the guys who struggle you know which makes no sense have there because you can't connect those dots that is really he was just a you know to talk about finding saying apart I don't know he like meeting has earned more money in the National Football League than anybody who's ever played he's played fifteen years right and when you're done with the fifteen year career when you have young kids the last thing you want to do is be a coaching grunt for the bears Sir what do you make you lie what was it Miller how much how much how much do Americans hosting his own show in there how much did he live meaning making his career you saw it you said Miller was the one that said he was the highest paid player do the animal house if you know the total I just was wondering do you make a hundred and thirty billion close to two hundred million something like that god bless Miller saying nineteen million two hundred nineteen million AV so what you so really I got slip I got one chance DO I guy tie Dave were gone and now I got bill Lazor up there now I need another voice adding to the crew to try to switch you want somebody that can step in and play well with Mitch doesn't.
Illinois Planning On Reinstating Drivers Licenses for Those With Non Moving Violations
"We're speaking of speaking of a larger cities in the state of Illinois Caroline and she's a Democrat representative lawmaker in Champaign we're talking about this plan to reinstate the driver's licenses of people who've lost them because they had done paid tickets non moving violations lot of parking tickets stack up next thing you know you've lost your driver's license you know it's a little surprised to be Carol I'll get to the criticism of this in a minute is that people evidently were complying with that that is their license get suspended so then they they do stop driving because they don't have a license is that what happens the majority of people not only do stop driving but they also lose their job because most jobs require a light in to work there sh and we saw that in forty two percent of individuals who lost their jobs it was due to suspension of their life some people say I'm I paid my ticket first of all I don't double park when I do I pay my fine and that's the way the game is played why are we why are we giving these people the break that I didn't get well you know it's interesting thing that we start in some of the research that we found not just in Illinois that injures in other places where you have significant income disparity you have to address this as a fair you government not at least of individual should we the moment that we're in right now and today happens to be the king holiday and change your mind that an unjust law is no law at all she and so if you have matched the disparity in income yes one person is Schomburg go L. hurt me because the pay their tickets with no problem but people who are just basically getting to or from work on public transit in trying to make sure they can feed their family on job cannot she hurt them in many many ways that others in Elmhurst the Schomburg may not understand and so it is important for us to look at equity it's important for us to look and stuff this and this was a significant so this issue because the majority of the suspension for black and brown people from the south and west side of Chicago and they were struggling to get from point a to point B. before their ticket or be for this expansion and and I also want to add that the city of Chicago this video Champaign or Urbana who signed it I did a parking ticket that may cost you thirty five cents and I I don't have any quarters mommy right so I spent that go along with the twenty five dollars who decided that that's what the penalty should be in the first place interesting question seven seven three said they can still boot you so that would be up to the municipality if they have a policy that your car sitting there it's got some tickets on it they boot your car that can still happen but you'll you will retain your driver's license do I understand that correctly Carol that is correct however I do believe that again we need to look at books and books is one of those things that I'm interested in studying as red as red light cameras all of the things that suck the kidneys and the cold out of the pocket the poor people we need to look at that government should not and this is the issue of liberty government should not you is the forty to abuse its citizens and this is what those kinda log do it abuse assistance I understand that and I don't even argue that but I do also hope you acknowledge that some of our listeners are thinking the citizens have an obligation to follow the laws and rules that everybody else is it will be more injurious to you if you don't have the means but we should all play by the same rules well we certainly are not playing by the same rules and I know we don't have time to argue that point yeah but clearly there's a disparity in income access and equity that no one can argue on either side of this this so we have to do what we can as legislators to bring justice and equity and balance balance all of the laws that we have been in this case this law as it currently existed prior to the final the bill did not met out equally and it certainly didn't represent justice clan had a question you're on WGN hi glad you're on the air why is it that a person who has the ability to pay the ticket why would they pay the ticket if there's no ramifications just because they're working and have the ability to pay they should feel some sort of just a moral responsibility to pay the debt I mean you're saying that it should be equal you're you're setting up to different levels of law for individuals based on their income and you know in your own words just said because people are poor they shouldn't be able to be struggling well the people who are wealthy enough to be able to pay the tickets shouldn't be penalized why are you setting you're setting a double standard in your own words that you don't want to do hi doesn't make sense why would I want to hold on hold on yeah yeah that's you're point go ahead good girl I actually I actually have an agreement with your caller I believe that people like you and I in your caller who pay taxes for the role that we drag one already that we already provide our income to the government to function and then on top of a government that something called meters are tollway make additional dollars I don't actually think it's right well that's how they maintain the roads I mean not good meters in tolls are going to go away I think that the principal point he's making is that if we're going to have forgiveness for people we should maybe have you know that that that won't be equitable that's not fair either then right I mean if you can't pay okay that's tough for you I'm sorry about that but I can so my the only one that has to pay but but that's not what we're talking about here you still owe the debt the point is are we going to let you keep your driver's license that's what this is about right at and we are going to let you keep your driver's license and I still do have to pay the ticket by the way yeah yeah even though they give amnesty to those who may not have all the money at one point they allow you to set up a realistic payment plan let's think about this previous payment plan if it is Chicago requires you to put down a down payment so it was always back yeah yes your color baby could pay the down payment but others really could not and that is a function of government government decided to put this except the down payment there sh and eight at the conditions for which a person could not pay sh and now we're saying no you cannot spend that like this sh the city Chicago is reforming how it is collecting your parking tickets so yes you still got to pay that parking ticket now well I I completely agree with you about setting a reasonable means for people to pay back if you have a hundred dollars in tickets you should pay a hundred dollars in tickets but it shouldn't now become a thousand dollars because you didn't get it done in time I'd be happy to get there I'd be happy to give fifty the hundred to be honest with you the these ballooning payments I you're right somebody just made that up and you might as well charge people a million dollars Hey Chicago want to charge him a million Bucks and then all of our financial problems will be solved no wait it won't because you can't get a million dollars from people they don't have it yeah I don't have it let's let's do you realize up in bankruptcy court yeah but what about this report but not me what about this Eric you're on hold on a second Eric hold on a second are cold on a second there hello did you get that Eric you have some say on the radio what was your point Eric said the parking meters Carol are there for a reason they're there because you don't you know you need you don't want people to be there all day long it's not just a money maker it's also a way to regulate flowed you understand that I I'm certainly understand that but I think you're you're a collar and others should look a little deeper into who owns the parking meters that is true we we so we should not have sold those things at the sky way along time ago I agree with you on that its it's goes into effect July first is that right representative that is correct that the jury stated putting provisions in place to notify those who would be eligible to have their eyes since reinstated and you go to took that chance July one twenty twenty nice to talk to you we you and I have not met before by the way do you have anything to say I was just reading in the Chicago Tribune over the weekend about how Mike Madigan has this gigantic series of funds that he's able to control and he spent over four hundred thousand dollars in legal fees in the last few months the Tribune has a large editorial it was it yesterday or today saying he should step down from his speakership role do you agree with that you know I have been here I have I'm from Champaign Urbana so I don't I don't get sick of it should be clear here but I have not seen that story I think what is happening in Springfield and you'll see in the spring fashion that there would be many people calling for significant reforms and ethics reforms and I think that will fall in that same category yeah well that's not you saying yes though I'm not saying yes to lose his job just stepped down as speaker you're not calling for that yet home yeah I don't have I have not seen it at all and I have been called for anything at this point but what I am calling for is that there needs to be significant reform and ethics as well as campaign finance reform took all of that it's all tied together that you're describing representative and it's nice to talk to thanks for joining us on
"elmhurst" Discussed on The Brit and Yankee Craft Beer Pubcast
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"elmhurst" Discussed on The Brit and Yankee Craft Beer Pubcast
"I knew there was something I love. My thinking is going to be a little bit more of a bite to this Very I certainly don't want to ever talk trash about any other jewelry blights. When you're one of the worst disappears I ever had was this and honestly I think they've been really well? It's called Billy's chilies from timberline brewing company in Colorado Auto. I think they're out of Boulder and I'm pretty sure it's a super popular beer. That had with the first time that I ever had it. It just destroyed my palate. I had a taste. Anything that in the Water Dig Spicy Beers. I liked that characteristic but I don't want it to dislike destroy. Throw your tongue. I want you to be able to taste something afterwards so chef Jason had been talking to me about doing a spicy beer had been mentioning Shahjahan in pepper corns to me which I certainly would have never imagined. Can't say I can get in Pepsico dear you know but the pepper corn gives a little bit citrusy nece and if you reduce the spice from Habanero pepper you get this really nice. Tropical fruit characteristic the little bit of a little bit of a heat debate. He'll get. Yeah so it's a it's a it's a DD. tincture of Habanero. Urban area like kind of meant. It's tropical fruity like it's it's fucking guys drinking. 'cause I'm not getting in any of that cinnamon and just a little tickle the band. There's little chocolate vanilla. I'm on my second glass. The Heat Cheetah's there and then and then what we call devil sauce on that. That's what makes it the devil wears Jamie's tincture of Habanero and Xiaochuan pepper corns tonight. It's you know.
"elmhurst" Discussed on The Brit and Yankee Craft Beer Pubcast
"And so we decided to brew a Dapo Bach. tis The season for for multi strong on German style lagers but we worked with a lot went back and forth four or five times sending recipes to to one another and ultimately decided that we wanted to make basically the same beer but differentiated somehow. And that's kind of how the name uncommon denominator dominator came about. We brewed the same base beer and we decided to age it on kind of unique different styles of wood and so our version here. We have been aging on Cyprus. Wow spirals of Cyprus would are in the good luck finding eight Cyprus barrel we've got. Cyprus spirals that we have been aging the wood on aging the beer on in the furniture and Cyprus from a little bit of research and from tasting it gives you flavors of like it's very vanilla. It's very creamy. I like like yellow birthday cake characteristics from it when I opened up the Cyprus would it made the brew house smell like a birthday cake inc and so I was really excited to drop that stuff down in the tank and see what was going to come out of it Over there at Wolf Den. They're doing on Borana. Would which is a South American would again very rare style that you're not going to be able to actually find a barrel of but we came across these kind of rare styles als of wood and decided to to throw it in there and see what happens and you're not weeks becoming out with this is this is so interesting thing and it's delicious so I was having a hard time trying to figure out whether this was a true topple ball because I think you just hit on that Vanilla and I got that in the aroma. I got that in Rome and then as I drink down and have more than one sip of this I get more of the a typical Modena's and there's a nice dry finish chuck. How will you d'appel box? Am I with Dabo box. I loved box. Okay there you go. He's very it's one way to win. Any heart is to make a solid German lager. And you're GONNA win brewer. Well I mean this is what's left of my Dapo boxes. Tiny is like about a half an inch left in the bottom eyeglass.
"elmhurst" Discussed on The Brit and Yankee Craft Beer Pubcast
"Tuesday or wherever you're the right bill stats. What's Your Brew House here? And so we are on a fifteen barrel OL- Crawford Crawford out of the quad cities over in Davenport whichever city they're actually in it's over in that direction But it was great work with those guys because they're relatively close to US fifteen barrel system that we've got going in here. We can actually max out out in about eighteen meryl's or so so when we are packaging which we just recently started do. It's Nice because I can make ten barrels else to go up and do our tin barrels serving tanks up behind the bar front and then have another six or seven barrels leftover back here that we can run off into cans. I see the hands up at the top there on the control panel. Yes we've got a we did. Our fifth can just came out about a month and a half ago. It actually fell off of the top of that control panel Hawes Brewing earlier today. There's it's wedged down the pipes correct pitcher and put it on the website but so we better to hazies in cans are are Julius. Squeezer the hazy and then brutus the big brothers ate Julia Squeezer yes so key One of our co owners claims to be terrible at naming beers decided that are hazy. VHA Julius Squeezer like you're great at naming beers this is fantastic in naming vein. We with our double. We call it brutus. If you're if you set the two cans next to one another brutus is actually stabbing Julius in the back with his hot laden. Ayton dagger there through Brutus. Which is our best selling beer in house? It's Nice German. Light lager are Pale and then of course our fool's gold which is kind of what we've been making a name for ourselves with and has been our best selling pulling beer to go since we opened up style the Golden Coffee Stout white style. Yes we actually go well. Well Fool's gold is so king of fools as an imperial golden old. Just what happens when it over a tiny ways Eh. It's an imperial sugar coated emperors. Well it just didn't sound as good. It didn't have what that's where the king came from a ruler order and I actually have a a German beer. That is a double version that we had thought about calling imperial but we can't call German beer imperial. It's d'appel in German. So that's the double apple strudel vice that I made with a ninety three octane just opened up. I'm not even we're going to get it so I I did a little research back to try to watch. We wanted to try to pronounce that beer while they're sitting in the pub and by the way ninety three octane is out in Saint Charles one of the New Jersey. That's open up. There came in under the wire so they came and did a collaboration with you. Ready and Obviously made it. Do they have that on Yeah they they opened up last Wednesday. I just can't get my head around. An imperial. Berliner is supposedly low alcohol. And what is this well and I'll say my nine percent wait a minute. My regular liberal leaner than I keep on tap far from the tree. It's four and a half which is strong for Berliners Berlin over four percent and that is kind of outside of the parameters of the style chef again. Actually I have been talking with him about the traditional methods of serving. Berliner Berliner Vice in Germany would serve it with the Woodruff Syrup and a Raspberry Syrup than you would get. It served three different ways so talking to chef about this he found now his neighbor actually was growing adrift in the backyard. That my on Komo actually grows really well along this latitude. Time the plane talking about please talking about plants bloody woodruff this so you were talking about trump. It's trump any grows wild right along this latitude line and so in Germany. They've traditionally used it to flavor a a- all different kinds of Bill Woodrow Syrup on their ice cream but they Traditionally will serve Berliner vice with a raspberry and a woodrow. So you get the based the raspberry the woodruff and then a like a seltzer. Water Pallet cleanser and so we do the traditional berliner flight. Here we started doing that Berliner flight and Nick the head brewer from ninety three octane came in he tried it as we were talking about doing beers and he thought it was a really cool characteristic. He actually picked up a little bit of an Apple Pie characteristic from it so I took that Woodruff Syrup made a big fourteen gallons of Woodrow Syrup And then boiled it with fresh cinnamon sticks and added that to the awful truth ice and affirmative that out and so. That's that's how we got that kind of Apple Pie. Characteristic was from the Woodrow Syrup and the steeping of the cinnamon sticks in there and comes out with a very strong apple pie characteristic. And it's it's been doing really well for the past two weeks that we've had it out. They've got three of their own beers and three co labs on tap over there. They did something with twenty five west and with a solemn breath also okay so let's talk about another beer that we have in front of us here and that is cooled on common denominator which which is yet another code lab right that you did with with Wolf Din Bray. Hey so and I want to a little aside real quick. This is one of the reasons that I am actually Salihi up here brewing in Chicago Land area as I love the very communal spirit that we have amongst all of our viewers here when I was down in in Dallas. Not that we weren't friends with one another but the beer industry was a little bit different. There was a lot of butting of heads and fighting for tap space up here I see very much of a collaborative spirit. Spirit amongst all of the brewers and instantly became good friends with a lot of breweries around here. Honestly Church Street was one of the first brewers that I went through when I was here I moved to Elmhurst popped on my bike and wrote up tight Tasca and check. Do you guys out and going out to all these local breweries and meeting all these people from around on the area it really. It's one of the reasons that I came up here. It's one of the reasons that I love this Chicago. Land Midwest brewing scene. And so doing these labs. It's it means a lot to me. It's very mean and bouncing ideas off of people have been doing this for fifteen years and I'm still learning every time I do something with somebody else. I get a new idea a new technique being out last weekend trying different beers. I get these new ideas so this isn't that we did with the Wolf Den. They've done a lot of loggers. I've gotTA lager brewing background.
"elmhurst" Discussed on The Brit and Yankee Craft Beer Pubcast
"So Fraser had to leave unfortunately but they go. The SCOTTS run out on ever gotten. He's got a grandma right. I'm sure Anyway so The beer that you had Just pulled out the FA- mentor because AUSE Trump was here and it is a helpless and of course Church Street does a heavenly and this is your halas what Chicago ours is. Ours is quite the opposite of the Heavenly Hillis in ours. Is Alex Goto. Okay yeah so this one is about. You said four weeks ahead of the one that we're drinking right now is Strata ferment so it just it just began law garing on Monday so I would call it a as vical help at at this point fickle pickle meaning straight from the firm enter basically. It's a popular Sibi popular new style. All that has been hitting the market. Recently L'Ecole means sample. I believe yes. Yes fickle the the sample port is as vehicle. So how so. How do you you turn a beer from a sample into a style called sample burt? That is the main as soon as you put it in a camera manner keg. Isn't it now packaged. And it's usually like like packaging as vehicle and then keeping it a cooler. You're logging it at at that point and everything's going to settle out at them by the time it gets tapped her. Open the basically got the. But it's got it's got the residual like East East sitting there in the same little still. Look like a hazy. When you've worked out I think it's all the hazy craze is a good marketing term? It's the same as a Shandy dude but like Shandy Beers. No I'm saying the concept is so Shandy is a cocktail. Okay Okay not a style. But now it's a style and a half degree juice or lemonade and beer. If you go to Munich and you go into the countrysides vehicle is just a beard. It's brewed very briefly. Only boiled for like a very short time. They drive it out into the country and they they drop off the ward at different houses and they fermented themselves and then and then it's very there's a lot of corn flavor because 'cause they don't boil it for very long it's just a very different. It's not ready. It's just you know and that's what it is. And it's it's it's hazy. Easy you know and everything but so there you go. But it's the word that we've sort of adopted and nobody really wants to DMC cloudy. We know lager over here but we sort of incorporate some of that into the style you talk to a big brewer around here and you say the words vehicle and it has Multiple Connotations is vehicle. A style is fickle. The sample is cynical. That little pigtails that you attach to your tank is the what is what does the fickle mean. It's Catchall for a beer. That's not quite ready. And if if you just have a house that's hazy. You can probably call so does that spell Z.. W. It is I okay. I'm thinking of you. I was saying the royal so I know of in Chestnut. Does we think that was the first one I ever had and has been a couple of others but I kind of like them go back to camps hell US vehicle begun to call it. A hemisphere fickle hill. Well it's going to help us. And you know workforce makes. Steve is going to help us. That's Alice Stevens Their Hedberg. Okay Yeah Yeah Yeah So. This is when I tasted it. I said well this is nothing like heavenly hell us from Church and that I found out was because it's just crashed as what you said if you tasted helping the hell is at a certain stage it would taste. But it's it's you're still getting a lot of the yeast characterised actress. Yeah it's it's it's you're so little sulphur there and that's all going to get clean. Clear offers very volatile and it just goes away. That's why you have to log them for one crash cuts last it's Tuesday or wherever you're the.
"elmhurst" Discussed on The Brit and Yankee Craft Beer Pubcast
"Get over here and win because you don't really have a very school tax and don't do a very good Glasgow on billy early Connolly. By the way I was nine years old and my sister was seven Parents decided to move to the states. The Land of opportunity that welcomes immigrants. So so this was in nineteen. Seventy seven nineteen seventy seven holy cow. You beat me. Yeah I I was actually in the country in seventy seven but -CATION yeah so I've lost my accent but my family and I were just back in Glasgow two weeks ago picked it up a little bit. I can hear that while it was back in Glasgow. Two weeks ago my cousin actually his company was just bought by tenants. which is you know is one of the biggest lager makers in Europe so we were over there and Alan give me a tour of the massive massive tennents brewery was unbelievable and Yeah we got a long way to go to scale up to that level so that brings up tenants lago which is a well known beverage for many people across the land of England. Have you guys had tenants log to your kid. A kid does our favorite cans to collect. Okay you had the tendency girls apparently it. Is it true fraser that that down Sake Hall Street in Glasgow after a hard night. There's more tenants log on the pavement than there is in people's stomachs They've done a good job cleaning up recycling so yeah times have changed a bit but yeah it was great. It was great tour number and those cans are actually in the museum now. Tom Tenants which we toured. So yeah let's start with. I guess let's start with you phrase it because you're with Peter who was here earlier on Peter Dolan. Tom Curran reveal merce. How did you get into a brewing and then get to open this place? I met Jim Cook at nine hundred ninety one. And that really was kind of the genesis of my Passion for Craft Beer and getting into it and discovering new beers and One of three guys. I went on that trip with a home brewer. And you know in hindsight. I wish I had taken the time to homebrew it under never got a chance to so I really just. I kept that passion going throughout my professional career and started saving money and moved Elmer's eleven years ago. Wanted to bring beer to elmhurst because as we did not have a craft brewery so fast forward you know. Put the right people in place to make it happen. Happen to find Pete through mutual friends and he was very interested in joining forces for this venture. So we did so the two of us with a different business backgrounds to put together the business business plan We're Lucky enough to stumble into this property which we ended up Buying and renovating. So we've turned a little piece of our hometown into something that's become very popular. which has been across? The road is Fitz's provin. I used to go in there when I lived in Lombard quite frequently what. I don't remember what this building was before before taking a Taiko Security and so it was a faceless building very ugly and that's the way they wanted it because a bunch of people in here monitoring burglar alarms before that it was a bank. It was a barber shop. It was a a A gas station and when we renovated we actually found the the parquet floor of the barber shop. The blue and white checkerboard. Where was that that was on front in Cape? What's now the group you written today did not? We did not a name for forbid in there. Somewhere for Talky flory checkers checking the blue and white checkered Nosey. Parker host nosy. Okay they give you that one from free thank you. That's a long story short. Yeah so you have the bring right. I don't don't with brewing as much as I'd like as much as he wants. So well honestly opening group has been a Helluva undertaking. I'm on my third wife and twelve months. It's just it's right. It takes us a little listen to that. No she does not know that right.
"elmhurst" Discussed on The Brit and Yankee Craft Beer Pubcast
"Another Briton Yankee podcast. This time we are out of the POB on the road and I'm with a couple of my brew co hosts who've decided that they wanted to come down to this location and find out a little bit more about the burry so before we say where we are going to introduce them and they're sharing A microphone so with me. It causes came up mullen from hotline and four from Church Street. Hey Guys Ola. Ola Ola the holy speakers ever that was okay. We'll go right okay. Well thank you guys is I didn't know it was Spanish night. Where are we folks? We are in the Chicago suburb of Elmhurst and guess what Word Elmhurst Brewing Company and today. I'm very glad to say that. We have the the head brewer and the CO owner Brewah. Who is wearing his Chicago Scott's vast Salaam which will have to get into it just a second or my left? which doesn't make any difference to you because you can't see? It is Camborne had here at hearst brewing company and my right or actually right in front of me. Fraser Donaldson Co owner Elmer Spring. All right welcome guys. Hey thanks indeed for having us down here. We've come that. I came down here once before and actually joining us. I should say in the background. Is Lisa Grega from Church Street. She's here to supervise. Provide Chuck ask so. I came down with Lisa. Lisa once with Kevin from barrel mounts because you are doing a lab with them and we came down and we talked with pizza and pizza was very kind enough to show us around and and also give us a bottle of professor plum. which if you have listened to last week show which I'm sure you have we? We actually review that one on a bottle share show and it came out with some nice marks from the panel amongst three of us here. We're on the panel. There were three other guys on the panel and they light it also so The one thing about that be Now are you making that one again. That beer brewed on Friday of last week as a matter of fact and that is the beer.
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"According to a criminal complaint nineteen year old a why S. trickery was taken into custody when he went to the Skyview shopping center in flushing he was allegedly there to pick up a tactical knife that he'd ordered online the prosecutors say the man he was talking to was an undercover FBI agent the team was with this family in Elmhurst neighbor say he mostly kept to herself they're nice
"elmhurst" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"And signed a two story home and ninety third street in east Elmhurst neighbors are horrified and heartbroken come out here and I see that the chest compression of somebody who must begin monitors restoration firefighters found a ten month old boy and a woman in critical condition on the front line then found a six year old girl and two men already dead inside I'm Kristin marks for seventy seven W. A. B. C. news investigators believe a ten at home the homeowner was trying to evict allegedly set the blaze New York City today rolling out a stepped up speed camera surveillance program across all five boroughs the program will now operate in school zones year round seven days a week from six in the morning till ten at night cameras are operational around New York City schools New York City mayor bill de Blasio answers critics claims there's a lack of warning signs about these and that the city is just trying to make money from fines for potential violators yes the the many cases there is a sign to add to the education to remind people you're going to school but I just want to start at the beginning if you're near a school slow the hell down and follow the law is pretty simple the rollout at PS twenty eight in the mount hope section of the Bronx today the number of cameras is increasing from seven hundred fifty from two hundred seven fifty from one hundred forty along island mother Tina Campbell of Medford held without bail that after pleading not guilty in the strangulation death of her twins correspondent Liz Warner has that story was on June twenty seventh when cops began a desperate search for her and her twin two year old daughters a nine one one call alerted authorities Campbell may have been suicidal and homicidal hours later she was found along with the girls in Montauk life saving efforts failed and the children died allegedly choked to death Campbell's mother says she's mentally ill and had become.
"elmhurst" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Brian from elmhurst says the officiating seems inconsistent in regards to win they wave off icing. He wants you to try to explain that when icing should be waived off. Well, it should be waved off what they do is. They they use the dots. Faceoff dots. As they're engaging point. If the team that throws the puck down is head in a foot race to the defending team. Then they're supposed to wave off the ice. If the defending team is ahead of the dots. And the puck is is cross the red line behind the goal that you're supposed to call that as icing. Sometimes it's it's a little bit hard to figure out. Sometimes it looks like somebody has got an edge on it. But they don't want that. I look at is somebody on the other side of the ice could be taking that foot race back. But he's nowhere near the puck, and that's an icing call here. So it's a little bit of an inexact science. But when you're supposed to wave it off is when the the the team would who shot the puck down the ice is a head of the defending team at the faceoff dots. And everyone saw a couple times every game. You know? Sometimes you're you're wondering, okay. Cool off a little bit of a surprise. There were they were they do wave it off. They don't want injuries in those foot races that end up where the puck is along the boards. And that's what people can get seriously injured. They don't want to have an automatic call. So they at least want you to have the ability to race it down. If you can't and the primary reason they instituted that rule several years ago if your question.
"elmhurst" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Chris you are a soothsayer my friends. It is Garrett spark sparks I should say in goal for the Toronto Maple Leafs. Hold after her excuse me Anderson pulled after allowing four goals similar script that what we saw the other night or what took place here night here at the store should Bank arena, where Anderson started against Tampa Bay was pulled in sparks came on allowed a couple more sparks in his career only one game against the Blackhawks and that was the home opener and he won that one seven six the final score. So we'll see what we get. Our local Chicago kid from elmhurst, Illinois. Skated with him in a charity game that Patrick Kane. Among others were called in Special Olympics. Kevin magnusson. Sparked probably not expecting to get back into this one after. Coming in relief. The other night he gave up a couple of goals or twenty three shots to the game against Tampa Bay. And he's gonna try it. Hold the Blackhawks at four. I will tell you the first couple shifts here, very important. Pretty outcome of this game. Blackhawks don't want to give the momentum to Tronto with a tough start here could period Bank arena. Doing there. Whole off ice after that first twenty minutes Qadri, John potatoes at matchup has been there all night long. That's the faceoff matchup. We'll see at center ice and the puck is dropped at center ice and Lisa will control server more into the hawk.
"elmhurst" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Welcome back. I have not enough time. Never enough time of an eight more minutes with with Stephen Evans, Jordan, the author of a a wonderful novel Tatyana in the Russian walls about Tatyana has been gone for twenty years, roughly begins and her son goes about unraveling unraveling her life essence, right? Yeah. People love this book. In addition to me Jim Lehrer, who I know. And greatly admire. He was the former news anchor the PBS news hour he had to say about this book. There is for me a first test of any novel. Do I want to turn the next page and keep reading it after reading the I eighty three pages of Tatyana and the Russian wolves. I can say Stephen Evans Jordan knows how to rate and out of Tele story. Kirk is review has also raved about it one of the problems these days. Stephen as you're running into Stephen and his lovely lovely wife has part of the dedication in here. Susan who've been married for almost fifty years. Lived in elmhurst for twenty some of those years right twelve I think, well, we moved from of old parked elmhurst the same thing. Yeah. Western city kid. It's a western suburbs. He will be at the park library. What are you there? Thursday wednesday. I'm looking it up. I Saturday the Saturday. Saturday's twenty-ninth. Yes. Indeed. Sorry, things going what are these private things? You're doing out there. Don't you don't have to tell me, but it homes people are hosting their friends. You have a lot of events. He also has a he has a fine fine fine website where you can get all sorts of information and your book trailer is wonderful. I think it's beautiful. She read it, you did a lovely job Susan reading that thing you find the images too. The book trailer. If if my endorsement isn't hooking you than the book trailer should hook you the one two punch of Cogan and Susan Jordan, book trailer will absolutely hook you. It must have been an unbelievably empowering thing for you to finish this book. Do you? Remember, you seem to me to be a guy who does a lot of revising. I do a lot of revising. I put it down. He said we're getting close to the whole thing. I mean, it's done. Now, it's going back and tightening things up a lot and. But I tried to do is get rid of as many adverbs as I possibly could and start using the Elmore. Leonard method. He said if it sounds like it's been written tear it up and write it again. But yes. Tatyana and the Russian wolves Russian wolves as we said being the sort of phrase for trouble and or psychic anxiety or that morphed into Unsan San. Yeah, it's wonderful. It's a wonderful phrase in the book, but wolf. I mean, Russian novels. I've read all this other stuff there. Generally talking about wolf, they're always they're always wolves. Always Russian novels having finished this book. I know that in a sense this kind of a parked ybrid next week and doing this show and doing a website that is for mo-. It's a chore is it a chore for you. No because my wife does most of that. I've delegated that. Where she gladly took it up knowing that I'm not very good at that. And how long have you voided how long have you been Steve avoided Facebook can go until about two weeks ago that I know how to run this thing and the. Yeah. And I still have a flip phone. These little badges of courage that you know. Do you consider yourself? Do you know, you're in some you were have writers group? We're not the tradeoff. There is I'll read your stuff and criticize it you read my stuff because if you send stuff that's published two really good friends. They generally won't read it. Yeah. Just the fact that you find the reading group helpfully in some cases, very good your that'd be sitting there. And you're going three people are really good critics. And that's the reason I come the other ones people. These people are idiots. I don't know. Susan your first rear. Very good editor of going through. We have a difference in punctuation styles. That's my. Yeah. That's fine. You must be the sense of accomplishment. One feels. In writing a novel, I've interviewed dozens of hundreds of novels varies from author to offer. Some are so empowered by seeing the finished product that they immediately cert- writing the next one. I've started that. But it wasn't because I was getting tired of Sydney round and rewriting this. And so he started with something new they'd give me something else to do. I was told in high school freshman English. You don't know how to write. And so I went out and got a style book. And did it that way? And I do know how to write. Well, there's no question about it. I mean, this is a very this is I was surprised because it is much more accomplished than I thought it might be because I novels unless you're, you know, the Bernard malamud or something I novels tend to be exercisers in some sort of self and this is not. Yeah. In the melodrama gets pretty high those and the rest of it. And the English gets hackneyed words, they didn't read the Elmore. Leonard ten points in writing with that which is which is really unusual. Which is also spectacular. Which is I. How people talk. Have you heard the story of his mother phoned him one time instead, I just finished. My bridge will just start beating this book at where do you learn such language, and he said, I'm writing about Detroit cops and gangsters one. They talk that way. Well, you don't do. And he said well three years in the navy didn't help either. Stephen. It's a pleasure to meet you. I have to thank Pat Hickey and Mike Houlihan for introducing us, Stephen Evans, Jordan. He also as I said has a has a wonderful website, which is Stephen with a P H, Stephen Evans, Jordan dot com. Yeah. Congratulations. Thank you very much. Thank you very much for having me. Oh my God. Would've would've had you? If the book was terrible because I like, Pat Hooghly, but the book is knew is weighing in on that. The book is really really good. It is titled Tatyana in the Russian wolves. Your wife is a doll and. Go to the website. You'll find out where he's going to be and how to order the book and I'll be right back. His Wednesday night. So very special Patti Vasquez show with.
"elmhurst" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Good morning I'm James. Flippin four people are in custody in a fifth suspect is on the loose following a stabbing in queens Hajjah, as an, elmhurst resident. And shops at the mall where it happened as scary not only in the mall, anywhere else No, way you have nine all somebody gets I would be afraid the attack. Left one victim in serious but stable, condition and despite being stabbed in. The head the man is expected to survive it happened inside the queens center mall food quarter around seven fifteen last night as two, brothers were apparently attacked by a larger group cops say in total seven people were involved but that it's. Not clear what led up to the incident Repairs to the queens midtown and Hugh. L Carey tunnels following damage from hurricane sandy are now complete after final walkthrough governor Cuomo gave his, approval of the project he says the. Tunnels have come a long. Way since the storm hit nearly six years. Ago you hear is water. Cascading from everywhere and it sounded like thunder the price tag six hundred million dollars but Cuomo says the project was done on time and on budget he credits the construction workers with having to deal, with a little extra on the job, get out and I've. Called them over to this see this tile is crooked I don't see why that cable is lagging I'm rod Dawson for seven ten w.. O. r. and this as the cleanup, continues in the flat iron district. Where a large crater serves as a reminder of the steam pipe explosion that tore open Fifth Avenue on Thursday morning fourteen people are, recovering from minor injuries rain in the forecast later tonight has officials concerned as a could mean contaminating the Area further with a specis. Well apparently if you ask most Americans the economy is the most important thing going well in the country, thirty-seven percent of US adults in a new. Gallup survey said the economy and low unemployment rates are what's. Right in America Gallup says the poll was conducted to determine why so many Americans are satisfied. With how things are going in the, country the company says it's, the largest percentage, of Americans who are, satisfied with the direction of the country since two thousand nine Brian. Shook NBC News Radio Missouri the NTSB is trying to figure out what led the Thursday nights tour, boat accident on table rock lake getting. The boat up from the. Lake floor now the focus so they can..
"elmhurst" Discussed on Bobbycast
"I think about it yeah it's different from what i've been here for move your no six so i got here i was going to empty i transferred from elmhurst college in chicago and i went to mt su and then i would drive back and forth to nashville every single day wow from borough every day get out it depending on traffic it'd be an hour forty minutes to an hour it depends on the day so what i do is i go to class and i was like i'm gonna i'm gonna finish i started i'm moving to nashville to be a musician to be a singer even before songwriter i was going to be a singer i didn't even know how to write songs for it so i moved on moved to nashville i'm going to be a singer but i'm gonna finish school got two years left i'm going to do all this so i go i'd rather nashville sugano prints couch i would take tar less ends or i would write with random people and out dry bag i go to class and i would start getting this relationship with the teachers that they were i'd be like i i really want to do well in class put up my what my dream is to be a singer so i would literally bring in demos and playing almost all my teachers were very supportive my music to the point where they knew they would stay after class and help me if i wasn't getting something because i knew i was putting a lot of time on that but i really cared about getting the class get into the class i i wouldn't sing it like one of my teachers what was like morning i don't know what it was like almost like a church group or i don't remember what you call queue on his whatever one of those things develop the relations of these people because they really cared which is great you don't have teachers out that i'm such a supporter of of education and teachers but they stuck with me and so i when i was supposed so eventually i got a publishing deal right before i graduated to write songs i learnt kind of about songwriting within a couple years and then assign a publishing deal right before i was supposed to walk in graduation and i was playing a key west that songwriter festival when i was supposed to be walking so it kinda just from that moment i was in i've never i still have those dreams all the time i didn't finish college because i didn't have closure on the fact that it didn't walk get the diploma you know that feeling like even high school whatever it is i get those dreams all the time that i that i didn't study for this task i'm about to fail or whatever well i got my i got my diploma somewhere i still have no idea where it is i should probably hanging up next to my awards because this is important but even if i don't ever use it at least finished it but then i i signed a publishing deal granted around yeah like i love i still love national is just so different from what it was then i mean you learn for one the music business side you learn so much more about the music business but then it's like seeing disneyworld and doing wrong i still love the music business i love there's certain things that don't laugh about it obviously there's all of us love all aspects about it but you know it's like seeing disneyworld and then didn't really dive in the music business you see all all the things behind the curtains and all that head and yeah yeah oh yeah this is so you grow up pretty quick and that and then i in this town it's been amazing for me it's just it's it's for once growing like crazy it's different but i think it's still still got you know some of the still still got the community that it's different you know we don't we don't go in and record demos sessions the same way we used to everything's always going to change no matter what line of business the way things are done in his change as long as you're good with adapting length from that they might take a minute to get used to that change but concert yeah that was not i.
"elmhurst" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Plano there's another town nearby called york ville s p y and my first radio station was w s p y or as we called it spiral radio in plano illinois and i knew of the house but didn't visit it is it similar kind of sleek and that's weird too because that's farm country there are cows living out there man and not knocking you plano but i'm just is weird that this architectural visionary would have found plano is a place to build a home well a lot of people don't realize that there are a lot of unique modern homes in the suburbs and even far reaching places like plano that were seen as kind of togo images we think of like frank frank lloyd wright building falling water philip johnston building things in new canaan connecticut all these kind of places outside of the city centre when you were describing what his house would look like it sounded a little frank lloyd righty and to me how similar or dissimilar what a frank lloyd wright house be from vendor to you know there's a frank lloyd wright house and a vendor house both in elmhurst and we're doing a walk into a very shortly as part of some of our upcoming programs so we'll be able to connect those two visionaries and also a compare contrast them so you've just opened this means vendrell house in elmhurst up to the public we reopened it it used to be connected to the museum we disconnected it it's now a free standing structure and you can really kind of see appreciate the full exterior for the first time in twenty five years is like describe it to me in terms of how i would sort of relate to contemporary real estate how many square feet does it.