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Olympians: Tidye Pickett
"Olympian has largely been left out of the history books despite being the first african american woman to compete in the olympics. Let's talk about tidy. Picket tidy pickett was born in nineteen fourteen in. Chicago's englewood neighborhood. Her family lived across the street from washington park where local foot races were often held. Tidies talent and speed were evident. She caught the eye of city officials. Who recruited her for the chicago park district. Track team tidies. First big break came after competing in chicago. Armory event john brooks who at the time was a university of chicago athlete. And one of the country's best long jumpers asked tidies parents if he could coach her. He promised a shot at the olympics and in nineteen thirty two. He made good on that promise. By the time she reached highschool tidy was one of the fastest women in the united states in nineteen thirty two. She was selected to be a member of the olympic. Four by one hundred relay pool. The final racers would be selected at the games which were being held in los angeles along with louis. Stokes tidy was one of two african american women for the olympic track and field team. She was just seventeen years old when we was eighteen. The two were subjected to a myriad of racist attacks and policies on the train to la. Louise and tidy were put in a separate room near the service area. They eat meals alone rather than with the rest of the delegation in the banquet hall. One point there teammate. Mildred babe didrikson to we profiled on this show last year through a pitcher of ice water onto louise's tidy while they were asleep in their bunk when they made it to la. The mistreatment continued louise and tidy practiced with their teammates during the day but at night they were stuck in the dorms as the rest of the runners gathered in the whites only dining hall. The most painful moment came when louise untidy were replaced and the relay by two white women both of whom had slower times than louise's tidy the teens spent the games watching from the stands as the all white team won the gold
How Showrunner Dailyn Rodriguez Stays in High Demand
"Dalin rodriguez is considered a hollywood unicor. A latina who has risen through the ranks to become a television show runner. She has written for a lotta shows including the george lopez show and ugly betty and now queen of the south where she is also the executive producer. It was not straight shot to get there far from it and lynn is really honest about what it took to make that rise. The disappointment she experienced when project stalled out. And what it is like to finally be in high demand dylan your twitter bio says that you're born in washington heights but you call yourself a new york slash new jersey girl so as a new jersey. Cuban i need to know where new jersey so we moved to new jersey. When i was nine we moved around in bergen county so we moved to quebec park removed. Fort lee and then we settled in teaneck. And i went to high school in inglewood. I went to dwight englewood. I would go. It shuts off seig up in union city. Which is where all the humans me one. And then i would have graduated from dwight in two thousand and one. I'm a little bit older. You like to say that you grew up like meadow soprano going to private school in jersey while your dad ran in a legal underground gambling syndicate in the city. Is that writers flourish or is that what it was no. That's not writers. I know my dad was unbelievable. He's actually mentioned in tj anguish for called the corporation. It's all about the cuban mob and the entire bully from the eighties nineties. I grew up a really unconventional life was my dad. It just got too dangerous to be in washington heights. People kind of knew where we lived. My sister was almost kidnapped. I had a bodyguard for a while so we moved to new jersey. So that's that's true.
Chicago shooting leaves 7 hurt after West Englewood fight
"Shooting in the Englewood neighborhood injured seven people one seriously. Last night an update from WGN's Glenn Marshall Police were on the scene investigating the shooting moments after people were taken to hospitals. Police told us that happened around 11 P.m. last night near the corner of 68, South, Justine and Inglewood. Ah, 39 year old woman is in serious condition here at the University of Chicago Hospital after she was shot in the arm and abdomen. Police say an altercation on a sidewalk led to the shootings. The woman is at the University of Chicago. Hospital, others taken to area hospitals in fair condition. No one is in
7 shot and wounded as gunfight erupts Chicago's Englewood
"Several people were injured, one seriously in the Inglewood neighborhood around 11 last night, police say an apparent argument on a sidewalk near 68th and South Justine led to the shootings. Ah, woman is in serious condition at the University of Chicago Hospital, Others taken to area hospitals in fair condition and the investigation into the shootings
7 people injured in overnight shooting in Englewood, Chicago
"Injured seven people, one seriously. An update from WGN's Glenn Marshall Police were on the scene investigating the shooting moments after people were taken to hospitals. Police told told us us that that happened happened around around 11 11 P.m. P.m. last last night night near near the the Corner Corner of of 68 68 Self, Self, Justine Justine and and Inglewood. Inglewood. Ah, Ah, 39 39 year year old old woman woman is is in in serious serious condition condition here here at at the the University University of of Chicago Chicago Hospital Hospital after after she was shot in the arm and abdomen. Police say an altercation on a sidewalk led to the shootings. The woman is at the University of Chicago Hospital, the others taken to area hospitals in fair condition. No one is in custody. Mayor Lightfoot's calling for a
5-Year-Old Chicago Boy Fatally Struck By SUV In Englewood
"A five year old boy was hit and killed by a driver while walking on the sidewalk with his mother and siblings. Last night in Inglewood. Here's WGN Steve Roxton with that, police say, the 44 year old driver was traveling westbound just after 11 P.m. in the 600 block of West Marquette. When he struck an electrical box and the five year old boy walking on the sidewalk with this family. The boy was transported to Commerce Children's Hospital, where he was later pronounced dead. The driver and a 48 year old writing in his SUV were reportedly hospitalized in good
Man found dead with gunshot wound in Englewood building fire, Chicago police say
"With a gunshot wound to its back. Detectives are investigating the incident, which is being classified as a death investigation. At least two high rise buildings along Chicago's gold coast of instruct by gunfire in recent weeks. The Tribune reports. The most recent damage was discovered on Thursday. We'll other incidents were found last month. The buildings are in the same lakeshore drive block. Police are seeking surveillance footage in the area to hopefully lead to whoever fired those shots now. The Sun Times reports that police said there have been four instances in which shots from a handgun struck windows or exterior walls damaged, discovered last month was done to the 30th floor of one building. Illinois health officials are reporting more than 2500 new covert 19 cases and 50 deaths.
Man, 36, dead, 80-year-old woman critically injured in Englewood Chicago fire
"Man has died after a fire in Englewood. Flames broke out in the home and 56 bishop last night. Firefighters found two people inside a man in his thirties, died. An 80 year old woman is in fair condition. No word on what may have started that fire
Storytellers: Lorraine Hansberry
"Today's storyteller was a playwright and activist. Who stories centered. African american working class families despite tragically short career. She became the first black woman to have a play produced on broadway half a century later her work remains one of the most celebrated snapshots of black struggles and black joy. Here's the story of lorraine hands berry lorraine hands berry was born on may nineteenth nineteen thirty on the south side of chicago. Her father carl. Augustus was a prominent figure. Within the city's black community having founded one of the first african american banks growing up lorraine and her three older siblings played host to a number of famous people including langston hughes. Wabc boys duke ellington and olympic gold. Medalist jesse owens. Despite their middle class status and cultural connections the hands berries were still subject to chicago's deeply ingrained. Housing segregation agreements known as restrictive covenants were widespread throughout the city. White property owners could collectively agree not to sell to african americans. This practice created a ghetto known as the black belt which ran through the south side when lorraine was eight years old. Her father secretly bought a home. In one of the so-called restricted heads in nineteen thirty seven when the family moved in a white mob attacked a brick was thrown through the window narrowly missing lorraine the local homeowners association filed an injunction for the hands berries to vacate lorraine her siblings were chased spat and beaten during their walks to and from school the supreme court of illinois doubled down on the legality of the restrictive covenant. And the hands. Berries were forced out of their home eventually the. Us supreme court overruled this ruling on a technicality. Thirty blocks subsequently opened up to black families across the south side while this ruling and the hands fight did not outlaw restrictive covenants. It did signal. The beginning of the end for the practice lorraine attended. Chicago's englewood high school where she became interested in theatre. She initially attended the university of wisconsin. Where she cut her teeth with the communist party but left after two years in one thousand nine hundred fifty lorraine moved to new york to be a writer by nineteen fifty one lorraine had found a home in harlem and began socializing with many of the great thinkers who had once visited her family back in chicago. She started writing for paul robeson freedom a progressive newspaper at a protest against racial discrimination at new york university lorraine met robert number off a jewish writer. They married at her family home in chicago. In nineteen fifty three in nineteen. Six robert co wrote the hit song. Cindy oh cindy it's prophets allowed lorraine to stop working to focus on writing. She began developing a play that she initially called. The crystal stair langston hughes poem mother to son she would later changed the name to a raisin in the sun. This too was from a langston hughes poem called harlem. What happens to a dream deferred. Does it dry up like a raisin in the sun or faster like a sore and then run a raisin in the sun centers on a black working class family in chicago south side as they try to improve their financial situation. The patriarch of the family has died and a ten thousand dollar insurance payout is imminent they the money to buy a house in the cheaper all white neighborhood nearby to they use it to invest in a liquor store and education lorraine based many of the characters on the families who rented from her father and with whom she attended high school the cast safer one character was entirely black lorraine was in her twenties and the play itself dealt with racism life in chicago's black belt and the pain of assimilation into white culture topics that were considered risky for the predominantly white theater. Going crowd it took over a year to raise enough money to put the play up. When it debuted in nineteen fifty-nine a raisin in the sun was the first play written by a black woman to be produced on broadway and the first to be led by an african american director lorraine was twenty nine years old. The play was an almost instant. Hit the new york drama critics circle named it. The best play of the year just five months after its broadway debut arisen in the son of in london's west end in nineteen sixty one. A film starring much of the original cast was released and several of the actors received golden globe. Nominations perhaps the most important element of the play success was that entailing box stories. Lorraine also make theater accessible and previously unimaginable ways as the writer. James baldwin noted. I had never in my life seen so many black people in the theater and the reason was that never before in the entire history of the american theatre had so much of the truth of black people's lives and seen on the stage. Black people had ignored the theatre because the theatre had always ignored them lorraine would go on to finish in stage. Just one other. Play the sign in sidney bruce. Deans window about a jewish intellectual the play which explored themes of homosexuality and the bohemian lifestyle. Debuted to mixed reviews in nineteen sixty four. It ran for just over one hundred performances closing on january twelfth. Nineteen sixty five. That's same day. Lorraine hanbury died of pancreatic cancer. She was thirty four years old. After lorraine's death. Her ex husband robert had several of her plays produced posthumously to be young gifted and black became an autobiographical work. Drawing on lorraine's letters interviews and journal entries the title came from a nineteen sixty four speech of lorraine's when she spoke to the winners of a united negro fund writing competition. She said speech though. It be thrilling marvellous thing to be merely young and gifted in such times it is doubly so w dynamic to be young gifted and black
Teen critically wounded in Englewood, Chicago, shooting
"16 year old boy is in critical condition after a shooting early yesterday, an angle would police say the teenager was behind the residents in the 68 6800 block of south green just before 1 A.m. when he sustained a gunshot wound to the chest. He was unconscious when officers there were arrived and was transported to the University of Chicago Hospital in critical
Man killed in West Englewood, Chicago, fire identified; 7 others displaced
"Man died in a woman injured in a fire overnight it West angle would firefighters called to the brick building their 63rd in honoree just after midnight. Judy Wang was at ST Bernard Hospital. Investigators say it appears the fire started on the first floor. Firefighters found a 61 year old man inside, They pronounced him dead at the scene. The 55 year old woman Paramedics brought to ST Bernard Hospital is in good condition this morning. There appears to be damage on both floors of the building. It is early in the investigation to determine what caused the fire. But investigators say For now, it looks to be electrical in nature. The fire leaves seven people displaced. 61 year old man identified as Lonnie McDaniel, McDonald rather
Woman In Critical Condition After Apartment Fire In Englewood, Chicago
"Condition after being rescued from an apartment fire in the Englewood neighborhood, the fire ripped through a second floor corner unit. At about one AM the scene 500 Block of West 72nd Street. The 32 year old woman was taken to the hospital with smoke inhalation. A family of five living beneath where the fire started, has also been displaced. Resident Shad Roe, Brooke says the family was awakened by knocks at their door and an alarm going off at my kids and my grandkids up, so so that's that's about about it. it. It It is is just just a a maid maid is is isn't isn't scary scary fit. fit. Wake Wake up. up. I don't know. If you're gonna live with firefighters, they're still trying to figure out what started that fire. A woman has been stabbed
Woman In Critical Condition After Apartment Fire In Englewood Chicago
"In the angle would neighborhood WG and Scott Marshall is on the scene and has more police and the fire broke out. Around 12 55 this morning on the second floor corner apartment of the 500 block of West 72nd Street. Street. Now Now 32 32 year year old old woman woman was was taken taken to to hospital hospital in in critical critical condition condition for for smoke smoke inhalation. inhalation. There's There's also also a a family family of of five five that that was was displaced displaced due due to to the the fact fact that that they they live live underneath underneath the apartment where the fire broke out. They told us they were awakened, said knocks on the door and the alarm going off. Now we do know the Chicago Fire Department is still here investigating they have not figured out the exact cause of this fire just yet. But again one Person was taken to the hospital in critical condition with smoke inhalation and two families have been displaced. Illinois is coming off another record setting day
Free COVID tests in Chicago's Englewood neighborhood
"And other health services will be given away today in the city's Englewood neighborhood. The event is from 10 am until two PM at 67th and Wentworth. Residents can drive or walk up and get free flu vaccines, HIV testing and personal protection items, diapers and baby formula will also be given away. Sam Jones, w G N News WG
3 Dead, at Least 11 Wounded in Shootings Across Chicago So Far This Weekend
"Shootings have left three have people left three dead people and at dead least 11. and at least Others 11. hurt. Others hurt. Chicago Police Chicago say the Police first say fatal the first shooting fatal happened shooting just happened before 4 just P.m. before 4 yesterday P.m. yesterday in the 4000 in the 4000 block of West block Madison of West and Madison West Garfield and West Park. Garfield Park. A man was shot A in man the back was shot of the head in the back and of pronounced the head dead and pronounced at the hospital. dead at the hospital. And less than two And hours less than later, two hours a 14 later, a year old 14 girl year in old 35 girl in 35 year old man year were old shot man were shot in west Englewood. in west Englewood. That man is now That dead man is as now well. dead as well. And shortly And after shortly 10 P.m. after last 10 P.m. night last 25 night year 25 old man fatally year old man hurt fatally in the hurt 2600 in the 2600 block of 62nd block of 62nd in the Chicago in Lawn the Chicago neighborhood. Lawn neighborhood. He was dropped He off was dropped by a friend off to by Holy a friend Cross to Holy hospital Cross hospital with wounds to with the right wounds shoulder to the right and shoulder hip. and He hip. was pronounced He was dead pronounced later dead last later night. last night. And
3 dead, 12 wounded in Chicago shootings since Friday afternoon, police say
"Have left three people dead and at least 11. Others hurt. Chicago Police say the first fatal shooting happened just before 4 P.m. yesterday in the 4000 block of West Madison and West Garfield Park. A man was shot in the back of the head and pronounced dead at the hospital. And less than two hours later, a 14 year old girl in 35 year old man were shot in west Englewood. That man is now dead as well. And shortly after 10 P.m. last night 25 year old man fatally hurt in the 2600 block of 62nd in the Chicago Lawn neighborhood. He was dropped off by a friend to Holy Cross hospital with wounds to the right shoulder and hip. He was pronounced dead later last night.
1 Dead, 3 Wounded In Drive-By Shooting In Englewood, Chicago
"24 year old man was shot late dead Friday afternoon in South Chicago. Three others were hurt in a gathering at Inglewood sitting in separate vehicles when someone in a passing vehicle opened fire hitting each
Chicago violence: 1-year-old boy killed, mother injured after shots fired into vehicle, police say
"We'll see what happened in Chicago over the weekend. See. Did the cops kill anybody? No. Three kids murdered, though Including a one year old boy in a 10 year old girl. In separate shootings. Guess who killed them? Four Children were among the 65 people shot across Chicago this weekend. 18 of them died. Three Children killed. A weekend gun violence brought Chicago over 300 homicides. So far this year and counting. Last year, the city didn't break 300. Until early August. According to the Sun Times data. A 10 year old girl's fatally shot Saturday when a stray bullet hit her inside a Logan Square home on the northwest side. She was inside the apartment about 9 40. PM When the bullet came through the window and struck her in the head. She was taken to the hospital, where she was pronounced dead hours later. Popo said. The shots may have come from a group of males who began firing it. Another group in the block. Earlier that afternoon, A one year old little boy was killed and his mother wounded in Englewood on the Southside. A woman and her child were driving home from a laundromat. Just after 2 p.m. when a gunman pulled up alongside them in another vehicle and opened fire. The child was struck once in the chest while his mother 22 was grazed on the head. She drove them to ST Bernard Hospital where the child died. Mother was later taken. The University of Chicago Medical Center for treatment in her condition was stabilized. The medical examiner's office identified the little boy a sincere, eh, Gaston. Lived in South Chicago. Earlier that morning, a teenage boy was shot to death in Humboldt Park on the West side and toe. One Douglas 17 was in a large crowd at 11:25 A.m. when he got into an altercation. Someone from the group pulled out a gun. And fired shots.
"englewood" Discussed on WGN Radio
"South Halsted in Englewood read Waller's the Chicago police department's chief of patrol was ask the big question was this just another random act of violence well I don't think it was random because the amount of times it was fired upon it doesn't seem like it was random the protectors I feverishly investigating this looking at video canvassing the scenes so we'll find out the mother was on her way home according to police from a trip to the laundromat public health department for the state of Illinois says that there are seven hundred and eighty six new confirmed cases of covert nineteen statewide since yesterday and twenty six more people have died the state says with a third straight day I got back results from thirty thousand tests the state's positivity rate is two point seven percent there are long lines at Colbert nineteen testing sites in the state of Florida with the number of infections continuing to surge here's ABC's Trevor all toward a logging more than eighteen thousand new cases in the past forty eight hours with the ninety six hundred infections today alone a new high thousands now showing up to get tested some people lining up just after midnight waiting nearly nine hours and some of the things that people can no longer do in Florida like having a drink at the bar or not going over very well also and we can't even have a cocktail outside I'm not even near anybody this is really getting out of hospital workers sounding the alarm in Arizona that state is also seeing a rapid rise.
"englewood" Discussed on 790 KABC
"Because you've got all the great things coming. You've got the clippers. You've got the Rams you've got the chargers. And you've got the forum. It's an exciting time to be down to Englewood mayor. What what's the typical reaction to all the members of your community down there in Inglewood? What what do you hear back from them? I'm I'm gonna tell you that. Here's there's way to put it when I left Englewood homeless three. Pete Showtime Lakers kings race track. Boming when I came back all left the decision a big Donut when you would ask people in Inglewood where they live or where they worked the people that lived here would say things like I live right next door to Westchester. I live just South Dakota city a little about a mile and a half from LAX they were ashamed. Now when you ask people in England where they live. Live in England, California. Everything stops they become the center of attention. Everybody asked him about the clippers the Rams the chargers the form the other thing that we're very proud of is that the realtors for properties in Baldwin hills. Adair heights, Westchester, Los Angeles. Jason thing would they list? Their properties included Jason. That's the sign. You can be Beverly Hills adjacent, and you can be angled adjacent. That is fantastic boom. That is a sign of success in the city of angle would in California. I can't believe that the LA philharmonic is coming to Englewood. That's huge. Well, here's what's even bigger that we bought a property, and it was a Jason to city hall about fifty yards away. It was an old Security Bank building. And we bought it for four point one million dollars about two years ago. They paid five point six five million for it. So we made a million and a half when we would have paid two million to have that type of cultural enrichment for our children come to town that shows you the value that people place on the city of England these days. When the girl scouts leave. Marina del Rey to come to Inglewood. There is no question pimple view. It is safety. This is the fourth largest girl scout collection in the country. I mean, they serve all the way up to Orange County. So it's just like to say, the only thing is changing would is everything. That is fantastic. You must get phone calls from from mayors all around the state all around the country is better than that. I get asked to speak in Beverly Hills. They before yesterday. I spoke at the Lusk of school. I think public policy at UCLA with for the mayor's next week. Kevin them off the chief operating officer, the Rams and myself will speak before four hundred and fifty people and counting growing at USC at a symposium on economic development. While the news media hasn't caught on the rest of the community and the economic community and the public policy community has caught on there's something special happening. Anyway, there is and it is criminally under reported. We're hearing the LA times say that it's the last bastion of black people in southern California. Not it is a turnaround is most happening spot in southern California. You are. So on point I want you to imagine. This if half the things than myself and the council breath tanglewood were to be rooted in. Torrens Manhattan beach, Redondo beach, if the girl scouts move there. Do you think they'd run a story that talks about the last bastion of anything unless enclave is now being displaced because of the stadium because first of all it's ridiculous to attribute a rise in rent to a stadium that won't open till twenty twenty rents have been rising steadily since the end of twenty twelve not only in the south bay throughout California. And we still have a lower average rent. And so the implication from this story is that you people can have good things because it's dangerous for you. And you don't know how to handle it in Lert, you that's a little insulting. It's more than insulting. It's well, you can figure it out. And then to highlight a sixty nine year old guy who lives in a one bedroom apartment one or two bedroom apartment who's complaining that and they they did. Video. I'll never forget it. And he said things were just gray before the stadium. And I'm going to have to live in my mother's house with my sister and to make that emblematic of the quote, black enclave is outrageous and insulting. Because that's not Representative of what England is. And what's happening here? We have people in England that for the first time in their lives, their cumulating generational wealth in their properties. They're properties have gone up about two and a half two hundred and fifty percent. They have something to leave their children. They have the same thing that other communities the Beverly Hills, the Manhattan beach is the Torrence has have always had seniors now instead of having to worry about how they're going to make it on fifteen hundred a month on social security, they can engage in a reverse mortgage and live comfortably throughout the remainder of their lives that and that is great. I have a question for you. Maybe it's philosophical. But I see the way that Inglewood has been run especially in the last eight years. I see the way that we're we broadcast Culver city. The Culver city is run. I used to live in Burbank. Burbank is run I used to live in a group in Santa Clarita. I know Santa Clarita was one what is it about the incorporated cities in southern California who have the same geography who have the same issues the same problem? Same challenges as the rest of Los Angeles. Why are these cities so well run in LA? It just seems like is a mess. I got a lot of friends in Los Angeles. I I would tell you this. Here's here's the achilles. Heel for most every city that has a problem unfunded liabilities cities that have offered lifetime medical for their employees and then the defined benefit pension systems. If they are not paid for properly. Catches up to you. And the problem with most cities is that their term limits, and there's a tendency to kick the can down the road. Even if you're aware most elected officials are not aware of how pernicious unfunded liabilities. Are they're not an office long enough to understand you don't hear at KABC. There's a lot of regret among some of the hosts they were proponents of term limits and not understanding that well, there's nobody there to be held accountable for the things that they do see you way, your held accountable is that you stand for election every three to four years. That's that's that's a term limit. But most voters because the way the game has run it's about popularity and it's about name recognition, and you elect somebody you're electing somebody that you're depending on to look after your money to look after the safety of your children to look after the upkeep of. Roads and neighborhoods. You're looking for someone that knows how to run something. But that's not how people are elected and in. Intil voters really focused in on. I need to see what that person did before they ask for my vote to be elected until you do that. You're going to have things where votes are done based on constituencies that can bring out voters unions can a love unions. Yoon's took care of me when I was in line officer up until I was a manager. But when you're emphasis becomes pleasing unions. Then you stop thinking about fiscal sustainability, you've got to think about the long term, and you've got to have voter engagement. And I think we're seeing that in Inglewood because you've done such a great job. This has been a fascinating hour. Carney on somebody. That is doing something right in the area of southern California. Even listening to mayor James butts, the mayor think what come down to angle with. There's a lot of fun stuff there. One thing to say before I went though. But as a result, we've raised pay thirty percent in the city of England over the last six years, that's huge for all the employee's. That is lovely and then making it work. You've been listening to unedited with Carney. She Gary, and you can hear us every Saturday at two right here on talkradio.
"englewood" Discussed on The Church of What's Happening Now
"Eddie murphy. Englewood cliffs, I who would know cliffside park border with fort Lee was in lone house shy. There was a detail shot. And that was Eddie Murphy's one brother because they will live clips and around the corner was a carve out, and I was an open mic in ninety three. When did you start very d- one in ninety one in Denver though in Denver Denver how that happened? I was living in boulder. Then I would back that makes no sense. Story. Yeah. Back to New York to see what the real scene would. Right because I started ninety three. So I've just missed. Yeah. I used to do a New York comedy club with Mike Yuba Shetty. That was my first spot New York com. See what I'm saying just each other somewhere? Yes. Yeah. Ninety rages start. You went to college. I went to college degree communication. They'll cedar enough. Yeah. Okay. You did all that. It didn't my degree wasn't in theater. But I went to the school. I was an athlete my whole life. And I specifically went to rider college in New Jersey because it didn't have football. This is my father was like, maybe you'll play division three and keep going, and I was like I'm done. I've been I've been playing football since I was kindergarten and twelve years later. I'm I've done it. I'm done. How do you feel? How do I feel and believe that doing all this shit with like football numbers? I find lost award nine grew up with a bunch of Mike. I watched that on HBO sports numbers it down, and they're trying to even get girls to play football now to be punters and feel go kickers because the numbers are so down in football. Yeah. I know. Well, everybody's so scared of the head trauma and all this. But I I took a lot of hits to the head. But it depends where you're like, you know, I was in suburbia. It was you know, a lot of white kids. Not you not all not many those monsters Pasqua killed group for. Yeah. It was a good fucking towards the end you play brick. It was for SAIC. Yeah. We'll when win came to play us in like, a scrimmage and stuff. It was like all right. If I'm getting hit by that guy. That was like Hayward iron head regular. Yeah. I play when. Yeah. He's ways and that guy was like a man playing among boys. It was a kid in brick wall. People nuts. Put us the head didn't even fit the hell, but he was killing. Yeah. Like if you got hit by guys like that. I could see it being a problem..
"englewood" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Close second to AO see on the show recently AFC being Alexandria Cossio. Is our buddy, I'm Chicago jussie smollet. He's maybe in the lead at this point. Yeah. Him Bob Kraft got a lot of play. But yeah, he he's got a lot of attention lately will smell let believe it or not was up for a best actor award and bully that is unbelievable at the NC double A R. I keep saying that. I'm sorry. I don't mean to N double ACP watching March madness for the past three weeks. So you have to forgive me on that one. So he's he's up for an award. Chris rock is hosting. Yeah. Right. Chris rock losing jersey, by the way. I don't know that my wife works or did work in the ER at Englewood hospital and Chris rock used to come in once in a blue moon type of thing just like checkup or something. It's kind of cool when you say, yeah, I think he's the top five itchy run and asked him for an autograph. No that is kind of against the doctor etiquette. You see him or anything? You just see I think I security detail or something that goes around with a guy like that. Maybe maybe not. But anyway, the point is that a jersey guy on a lot of people know that but s- Millette is up for this award, and Chris rock is hosting and Chris rock was told before this show. No at jokes. Don't wanna offend anybody. Which you tell that to a comedian do the exact opposite telling you a teenager. Don't do something exactly. You're not to go out with that. Boy, they're going to go out with no sex before marriage. And then the rebellion begins. So here is Chris rock on jussie smollet..
"englewood" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"By. The mullahs auto group consisting. Of my Cadillac Buick GMC. Englewood Buick Englewood Chevrolet well the Yankees finished off a three. Game, sweep of the Blue, Jays with ease but it may have come with a price more. On that in a second half facing his former team for the first time allowed solo home runs to Grischuk and Kendrick Morales but that, was eight over five and a third struck out, eight improving to four. Now in his four Yankee starts Greg, bird a first inning grand slam to RBI's a piece for Miguel and do are currently gosh, yoga on the. Day at the Yanks won the. Game at ten to two however de Gregori is injured in the first inning. Collision at first base state in. The game but eventually lifted in the second Aaron Boone delivers the ominous news Pretty good pretty, significant bruise on his heel and, there's some swelling in there so We'll know a lot more tomorrow but it's possible deal situation that's the last thing the, Yanks need right down with Gary Sanchez and Aaron judge. Still out of the lineup glorious was sent to the hospital for some. Additional testing Ronald to raise go three for four with the devil in his place gangs have two days off this coming week around a two-game series, with the Marlins Dan Miami and, a four game separate the Orioles of the weekend which includes a Saturday doubleheader Mets and, Phillies wrap up a rare. Five set and after playing. The first four in Philadelphia they are onto williamsport Pennsylvania. For the finale second ever literally classic Jason Vargas opposed by Nick Pavetti this evening speaking of williamsport Staten Island little leaguers topped Houston earlier today to to one off to start will next, play Hawaii on Wednesday that a town, big scores of note. Bottom, five in Oakland the lead the as. Six to four Justin Berliner against shaman I that's been a back and forth, affair those those teams are dead even atop the, American League West bottom foreign Seattle Clayton Kershaw on, the, dodgers lead, the Mariners six nothing earlier the, race shut out the Red Sox. Tuesday Zip the Yanks still nine, back of Boston in the. Loss column Indians blinked. The Orioles eight nothing former Yankee milky Cabrera with a grand slam for Cleveland today National, League top six in San Diego the Diamondbacks and the. Padres are tied at two the pirates walked off the cubs in eleven. To two one on Adam Frazier Homer Rockies double up the Braves afforded to Atlanta even with the Phillies for first place in the NFC east and, Colorado at the moment even with, Arizona atop the NFL Wes the Berbers stopped the cardinals two to one in the Marlins, clobbered the nationals twelve to. One is Washington falls back. Below the five hundred Mark more first team reps for. San Sam darnold rather a jets practice today he's in line to start Friday nights preseason game against the giants who were without saquon Barkley again today he continues to nurse that hamstring strain, at he suffered about a week ago, now with reports every..
"englewood" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"I forget to mario mendoza was an infielder with the pirates in probably a couple of other teams and he barely could get you hundreds so they called it the mendoza line oh thank you ron and you know buffalo i love going to buffalo new the islanders and sabers and after the game we'd always go to the the chicken wing place this crate my memories of buffalo here is cameron who is in englewood cliffs hello cameron john inside are going to be on your show i grew up listening to you you know my my dad always puts you on from the time i was like four years old i remember running into you michael kay and yankee stadium god uses a wheelchair so we always take the elevators and we you guys haven't to be on the elevator that day i must have been like six and i remember looking up at you guys like these guys are tall only six but i just a quick yankees point about graveyard torah as you know i who's been pretty consistent with how he sets his lineup and you gotta be wondering if you know klay bars thinking like you know i'm ben three thirty three with three home runs and ten rbi's you know in the past two weeks what do i gotta do you know to to to stay in the lineup here 'cause he's being saturday i wonder what your thoughts are well they're just giving them a rest for one day and playing ronnie gerets who's three forty by the way now it is i guarantee you and barring injury he is a fixture at second base for years to come and as time goes on they'll move him up in the lineup this way they have glacier hitting ninth on most days and so they have a really good hitter and then gardner who you hope gets on base so then the big guys will have people on base and that's why he's he's hitting night that's a good way to begin dallas green my first year it roberto kelly night the at three hundred and he felt the took pressure off him so don't worry laboritories will be the yankee second baseman for a long time become he's he is absolutely terrific here is rico he is in rhode island hello rico.
"englewood" Discussed on WLOB
"To neil and neil is calling in from englewood florida welcome to the doctor bob martin show neil hello a question regarding non bacterial prostate us any suggestions for relief of that symptom non bacterial prostate titus inflammation of the prostate usually caused by some organism usually that's a bacteria it could be even though they may not be able to find it let's say in a urine analysis they can't figure it out it could be what we call a hidden or occult infection could be any amount of things that are that is setting that emotional that they're not able to determine so what do we do how do we handle that this is a tough one because of the location of it in sometimes these infections these low grade inflammatory process they get walled off in the immune system can't get after it so what do we do we use systemic enzymes on conditions like this we go deep with protease enzymes to try to get that into the bloodstream so we can go in and start eating around the protein envelope which is in and around that infection and reduce the inflammation at the same time with these prolific enzymes and i would suggest one called healthful zayn healthful zein's is a very powerful anti inflammatory enzyme product that's good for going after these inflammatory inflammatory tissues deep in the in the body and it has no adverse side effects in addition to that hot and cold therapy like sitting in a bathtub that sort of you know you're sitting in it but it's only up to your waist you get in is sort of like hot is hot as you can stand it then you drain the bathtub out you put cold water now that one is going to constrict the other one's going to dilate and you do that two or three times that floods the blood supply into that prostate area that's not getting blood supply for the immune cells to get in there to clean up that infection and then in that healthful times is in your bloodstream you are good to go i would also use a combination of liquid turmeric and zinc so these are the things that helped the.
"englewood" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Dark classrooms englewood had to cancel its classes today because seventy percent of the teachers were going to be out carrie dahmane colorado education association says teachers do have a legitimate beef colorado now ranks last in the nation on providing teachers a competitive wage and people are choosing to leave education because they can't support their families some teachers are choosing to stay on the job and where red instead to show solidarity with the rally today a member of the boulder city council wants to send a proposed assault weapons ban to the voters councilman sam weavers making that call saying he agrees with voelkel members of the community who believe it's a better path there's currently a proposal on the table the council scheduled to vote on may first weaver says a public vote in november is a more democratic way of doing things chad hoffman koa newsradio the ceo of starbucks apologizing following a viral video of two black men arrested at a coffee shop in philadelphia however the city's police commissioner is less than apologetic absolutely nothing wrong a foul cousy they did what they were supposed to do commissioner richard ross talked to nbc's today show the men were waiting for a friend thursday when they were asked by an employee to leave because they had not placed an order after refusing the situation escalated to the point where police were called in both were led out in handcuffs no charges were filed and finally it's prance week several music events ran minneapolis or plan to observe the second anniversary of the superstar's death on april twenty first somebody events include a three day print symposium that starts today at the university of minnesota and a viewing of prince live on the big screen at the target center on friday night for the second straight year paisley park will offer tours panel discussions with prince.
"englewood" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"The nights center in for the national interest to hear helene in englewood florida hello helene oh good evening gentlemen lesson in first and foremost understand i do not support north korea because if i simply talked about the environment they would put me in front of the firing squad or anything they didn't like although there is a state in this country that wants to put people in front of a firing squad because of problems with lethal injection however i did listen to rand paul today and then listening to rand paul he went on and on and on how you know lewis getting another trillion dollar in jack and how we're all over the place starting war with everybody yati out iata and uh i i'm wondering what your opinion is on the rand paul position on now mike with two cents worth rand paul is unfortunate antara how the libertarian point of view came to be mixed up with total isolation is absurdly berry goldwater the man who really was the forerunner of libertarian thought of this country was anything but a a stark isolationist we don't of course start wars with everybody and i would have suggesting that the united states would have to foot the bill for reunification it would be worth it for much of the world who could trip you can tribute a heck of a lot of money if in fact you could ever reach reunification that would remove one of the major trouble spots on the planet and would be worth every penny and it would certainly be done just by the people this country that's my two cents worth the harry here you know i i i think rand paul sort of personifies what i would call sort of uh uh a more but it's a different viewpoint of of sort of realism in international affairs i i wouldn't call them nicely says too i think his user probably a little bit more nuanced than that i think we'll read this coming from is is i think he's trying to point out you know we we have lots of over the.
"englewood" Discussed on The Wade Keller Pro Wrestling Podcast
"I think it will continue to be um and it's hard there so you don't want it to me like i think sometimes some people are are too focused on the american englewood new japan because obviously it's a bigger market overall on but as far as like the upside of of the two markets i mean japanese wrestling has been a you know a central part of the culture much more so than american rousing has ever been a central part of american culture um and you know very recently in a new japan was you know was was bomb at very recently began on last 20 to 30 years new japan was was much bigger than it is now so there's a lot of growth potential there um and i don't know that the potential for a japanese vasant motion in america is as high on the terms of like the upside i mean it's sort of different it's different game plans and they don't they aren't mutually exclusive by the way but you know sometimes those goals will walk conflict and i think you know they're they're having their eyes still very clearly on now on monning in japan and by the way the sort of an aside but like towards the the end of of pride which was a very successful mix martial arts organisation japan the most successful and the organization that the japan is hot on towards the end they were they were struggling because they lost television deal on the they weren't making the same money and they sort of made essentially a hail mary for the american market where they ran you know the biggest shows on at the end they ran for the american mark in las vegas and to me the you know the the and they weren't able to gain enough traction to in in america to make it work and that sort of you know sometimes you've got a sort of you know keep your eye on on what the real you know the center of what you're doing as even if there's more growth into this place into the general hall discussion to excise you've gotta look at the you know the gear key market play to them bill to them and that there is often more growth potential there even af there's you know more people elsewhere that that aren't in inau so.
"englewood" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville
"A review and they haven't filled uh a number of these positions and for the first time ever we're seeing this where you know generally what doesn't get doesn't get interfered with um during all the politics of policy is the case work we can do for constituents helping them navigate federal agencies we're starting to have problem they're in our office that we never had before i simply because they're not making the appointments they need to so i don't know if some of it is this incompetence by um again the trump administration because we've seen plenty of it i don't know if some of it might be intentional in some agencies to blow walk it but it's becoming a problem across the board that we're seeing and um yeah i i think that's going to be an issue pretty soon that will arise the level that republicans are gonna see this as well in congress that they can't get kice worked on it for their constituents i'm marsha in englewood florida you are on the air with congressman pochun hi congressman so good to say marsha there's capital issues reject i know that they're that they're going to start working on the tax code i don't know win but it it that in their mind now there's a couple of issues in the tax cut that really me something off off on the first one air every time one of these big corporations get hit with a multimillion are multibillion dollar fine there are allowed to deduct that in their tax and my correct um i'm not sure about every fining i could say that definitively uh i i think it it's just incredible that not only got all these people that do actually criminal offenses against the american people they don't ordered jail but they can did that the cost of the panel however many billion charged they can apply.
"englewood" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Forum in englewood he is at nominated for five live in trophies including best pop video for her song tainted the up jennifer aniston is returning to see the former french star is attached to a new tv show that is being spearheaded by hbo's former head of drama the untitled series about td morning show sydney europe will costar reese witherspoon witherspoon once guess start on france's aniston's younger sister and the two have remained friends over the years the show is expected to be shopped around a premium cable outlets like hbo and streaming services like net flakes stephen colbert said to produce a half hour animated series about president trump showtime exact say the series will follow trump in a documentarystyle series they're calling it a workplace comedy where the office is oval the story will be told through the eyes of it imaginary filled career the series stems from a recurring character on the late show a stephen colbert it's already been picked up for ten episodes to err on show time there were reportedly no signs of drug use if the scene of lincoln park brought manchester benefit suicide tmz reporting that investigators found no legal drugs horford scripture judd's while searching the california home that's entertainment jennifer poll sony nbc news radio that's what's happening breaking news at once on 710 wor wake up live lend bourbon and todd schnitt in the morning six until ten tomorrow morning i'm michael bauer on 710 wor an nbc news radio station ticket on first place back in two thousand fifteen will hear the mariners they close to the american league wild card raise andu mets closer aj rama joins us the lead off spot right here on the wor mets radio network mcdonald's.
"englewood" Discussed on WXAV 88.3 FM
"Teacher who understood you well are ready as a young person edward r t formative advance or people in your childhood uh but another one of my teachers was very formative of woman named betty hold read our member she really taught us not just to absorb information but to think of the trade of power of the mind to solve problems so early on i moved into that kind of mode of education of of uh looking at understanding problem said looking for ways to solve them a few years later and this jumps all the way into uh my prison time another very influential person was a father timothy on doll uh catholic chaplain at the federal prison where i was in englewood colorado and um he described himself as an advocate for the powerless earlier with farm workers and in that context with prison inmates so he was not afraid to uh to syrup stir up some level of tension with the security force there in the prison or with the administration as an advocate for inmates sowa there were some crucial people that shape my life early on and off what about you religious background i know you grew up in a mennonite church in you mentioned chef a college at will your parents working at the colleges at how you ended up growing up really on the campus their rights of my father was uh the manager of the buildings in grounds to permit there so a avert practical roll up before my i was born my mother was the dietician at in charge of the fruit service for the entire campus a later she retooled then went back as a reference library in there so we were of very intimately connected with that uh college community and that was a great great up way to grow up at tough was some of the kind of safety and security of small town life in the midwest but also with a global perspective with people coming and going from around the world so that uh that was important and uh in my church growing up there were a lot of a professional people college professors mennonite agency administrators mental health professionals from a medal i facility called the purview mental health center and uh i think i absorb doug some of the.
"englewood" Discussed on Mohr Stories With Jay Mohr
"Yeah let me say what ron james wood ben michael jordan over a coffee table and fuck is okay i'm so jerry west is a crazy old man who probably farc in snus your p when you leave fought carrier so you're a clipper fan yes you that bomber developer developers about part of our part about about approach developer of the and he wants to buy and he's going to buy one hundred antenna acres down in englewood so now you're going to have the rams and the chargers and the clippers in inglewood steve bomber i think made an incredible mistake and that is he thinks that clipper fans are going to go to englewood i'm not not i love english city champions walk all live in straight up i with live in an apartment in englewood today i give is what was up byron scott englewood high angle nights so i'm not make fun of the city i'm saying clipper friends go to staples center because it staples center and now olsen if i'm not going to staples center i got to go to the new place there's going to be all oputa always a new shine in a new sheen to like the yom center the young center in what is the one sacramento it's like the strip mall subway wing parlor but after a while your stuff going to go to see who built they'll go to see the clippers because clipper fanned you gotta remember jake it's not like there's a lot of hope when you're clip another happiness in a clip of you just you just a clipper van you did laker fans if you want to talk about glamour who wants to be at staples center who wants to be the glamorous spot it's laker fans.
"englewood" Discussed on WTMA
"To jim in englewood california jim you're on red eye radio welcome to the show well hello gentleman how're you doing a very good there are i was listening because i live here we were kbnp of bevin ninety out here all day long been look i was a kid and there was a time when both democrat and republican would be on the same radio and have to rely on facts and it seems as though now that some of the people and i will say i've been listening for a long time at some of the things that you said earlier today if we were to tree any republican family i i do not agree with that okay okay that would not be fact that would be opinion because there's no way for either of us to know how anybody would be treated in a particular way that hasn't happened so that is in fact that would be opinion asked her what i i will give you an improved their world on us show they had bernie sanders and a brick the it was at the governor and they were honoured they were our program together actually both to be debating but immaculate he they both had very similar a pen on the same issue at one point okay and outfit i now out pointed out you when the tea party came and put power at target forcing republicans to say hey will member never actually come to an agreement that is when you started getting the opposition who well it they're not gonna agree with us we want agree with that but prior to that they're used to be plenty of meeting in the middle okay number and let me let me give you another let me give you another example ted cruz was on the same stages bernie sanders and it was very cordial and it was a town hall meeting and it went very very well even though there had major disagreements that has nothing to do with whether a republican is a president of the united states you cannot find you cannot find a nicer purse seine more amenable then when george w bush.
"englewood" Discussed on WJR 760
"Red eye we go to jim in englewood california jim you're on red eye radio welcome to the show woah gentleman how're you doing a very good yeah i i was listening because i live here you're kbnp uh bevin ninety out here all day long not been look i what a kid and there was a time when vote democrat and republican would be on the same radio and had to rely on facts and it seems as though now that some of the people and i will say i've been looking for a long time and some of the things that you said earlier today we would shoot i know treat any republican the same way i i do not agree with that okay that that would not be fact that would be opinion because there's no way for either of us to know how anybody would be treated uh in a particular way that hasn't happened so that is in fact that would be opinion asked her what i i will give you actually improve their working on us they had bernie sanders and your work at the governor and they were honoured they were our program together actually both could be debating but in accu out they both had very similar a and on the same issue at one point okay and alpay out pointed out you when he came into power at tartus port than republican they will never never accu company when agreement that when you started getting the opposition who will it they're not going to agree with that we want agree with that but prior to that used to be quality of meeting in the middle okay number let me let me give you another let me give you another example ted cruz was on the same stages bernie sanders and it was very cordial and it was a town hall meeting and it went very very well even though there had major disagreements that has nothing to do with whether a republican is a president of the united states you cannot find you cannot find a nicer person more amenable then george w bush he is the nicest person that you could possibly ever meet if you've ever met him in person he is the nicest human being the most congenial human being he was called hitler so that's my point.
"englewood" Discussed on WCHS
"Ninety red eye we go to jim in englewood california jim you're on red eye radio welcome to the show hello gentleman how're you doing a very good yeah i i was listening because i live here who are kbnp uh seven ninety out here all day long not gonna listen listening since i was a kid and there was a time when both democrat and republican would be on the same radio and have to rely on facts and it seems as though now that some of the people and i will say i've been listening for a long time at some of the things that you said earlier today if we were you know treat any republican the same way i i do not agree with that okay that that would not be fact that would be opinion because there's no way for either of us to know how anybody would be treated in a particular way that hasn't happened so that is in fact that would be opinion as to what i i will give you actually improve their working on a show they had bernie sanders and the it was at the governor said and they were honoured they were our program together actually supposed to be debating but immaculate he they both had very similar a pen and on the same issue at one point okay and alpay now out pointed out to win the tea party came into power and start at forcing republicans to say hey will never never actually come to an agreement that is when you start getting the opposition to well it they're not gonna agree with that we want agree with that but prior to that used to be plenty of meeting in the middle okay number and let me let me give you another let me give you another example ted cruz was on the same stages bernie sanders and it was very cordial and it was a town hall meeting and it went very very well even though there had major disagreements that has nothing to do with whether a republican is a president of the united states you cannot find you cannot find a nicer person more amenable then george w bush.