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"iconic lake" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:30 min | 1 year ago

"iconic lake" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"First day that the key to N Y C. You will be implemented fully and enforced at indoor dining. Entertainment FITNESS, meaning only vaccinated people will be allowed in those venues. Yet another major soaker threatening the Gulf coast of Louisiana and Texas Tropical Storm Nicholas, Strengthening in the Gulf of Mexico and Houston or public schools will be closed tomorrow. This resident getting used to it all is something we see probably more often than we'd like to, but we know how to deal with it. Secretary of State Antony Blinken to defend the Biden administrations. Troop withdrawal from Afghanistan on Capitol Hill today, the FBI releasing its first declassified document related to the 9 11 attacks and the investigation into possible connections between the 19 hijackers on the Saudi government. Jim Kreindler, the court appointed lawyer for the 9, 11 families in litigation against the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, this information Was laid out. In the week after 9 11 by President Bush. I think we would have gone to war with Saudi Arabia. But the highly redacted 16 page report released on the 20th anniversary of the attacks does not conclude whether Saudi Arabia is government was complicit in the plot. You're listening to ABC News From California's capital city. This is Sacramento's news 93.1 kfbk. I'm Mike Loria tend to with your top local stories. 3.6 magnitude earthquake struck this morning north of Los Angeles. The quake was Senator Route three miles northwest of 1000 Oaks, which is 35 miles north of downtown L, A shaking started just moments before eight a.m. no reports of damage or injuries. President Biden is on his way to California today. He'll be arriving at Sacramento Airport around 2 15 this afternoon to serve a wildfire damage. He'll take an aerial tour of the hardest hit communities in El Dorado County, then back to make some remarks next. The president will travel late this afternoon to Southern California to campaign with Gavin Newsom in Long Beach to show support for the governor on the eve of the recall election. And in fact, all eyes are on California, where voters are about to decide the fate of Democratic governor Gavin Newsom. We will defeat this Republican backed recall on Tuesday. Recent polls show Newsome winning by as much as 20 points. Democrats have nearly 2 to 1 edge and voter registration over Republicans and outnumbered the GOP by more than five million voters. There are 46 candidates hoping to replace Newsom if he loses the election and Squaw Valley. The iconic Lake Tahoe resort has been renamed and re abandoned Rebranded. As of this morning Squad Valley is now officially known as policy. It's Tahoe. Traffic.

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"iconic lake" Discussed on Environment: NPR

Environment: NPR

03:45 min | 1 year ago

"iconic lake" Discussed on Environment: NPR

"Actual speeds are not guaranteed. It's another tense day. In northern california as firefighters struggled to keep the massive kaldor fire from reaching the biggest city on the shore of iconic lake. Tahoe they caught a break. When wins yesterday were not as strong as expected but forecasters are warning. That strong winds are likely well into this evening. Tens of thousands of people have been evacuated and the fire has now burned some two hundred thousand acres. Npr's eric westervelt has the latest from south. Lake tahoe fix smoke and ash. Of enveloped the eerily empty resort area of south lake. Tahoe which is usually bustling. This time of year with summer tourists on the outskirts of the city exhausted fire crews in the christmas valley area. A really the last line of defense protecting south lake tahoe. Its number over there. And then it's burning there. That way towards taller behind pretty close in a forested area adjacent to cabins and homes. Firefighter steve barnum and a wildfire strikeforce from southern california are scrambling to stamp out spot. Fires these are the dreaded wind blown embers that ignite many fires that can easily grow into new blazes. Bardem is working to contain one. That almost got out of control and it was pretty pretty Pie their thirteen. Fourteen foot flame lakes. And then you get the ember cast off it and it gets grass finding gig on and it goes over the houses. And that's memorial. They're worried about sparks catching the drought-stricken brush and dry pine needles surrounding the homes. Right across the road that can turn this forest fire into a battle to save homes and neighborhoods most of these forests and the tahoe basin have not burned since the nineteen forties. The spot fires are tackling are not mere nuisances. They're really the biggest threat to south lake. Tahoe right now says firefighter jesse alexander because they can overrun control lines and wreak havoc on any well-planned containment strategy and you have a spot fire basically your plan might have to be go to plan b. or plan c. depending on spotify jumped across so you can have every intention of trying to hold onto the road and if it jumps that really do the spot fire now you have to kind of change your overall game plan if you're not able to pick up that spot the cruiser tired this one from l. a. Had already spent days fighting the monument fire in the northwest part of the state when the call came to drive in the middle of the night to help. Defend lake tahoe. Some climate scientists and residents are asking whether the overall wildfire game plan is adequate for the extreme weather the unremitting wildfires fueled in part by human caused climate change. The fires are bigger. The days hotter and the fires are coinciding with a historic route across much of the west. This is the fifth straight year of nightmarish wildfires across california. This is getting to be you know ridiculously stupid. Sixty two year old mark. Richter fled is mobile. Home in south lake tahoe for a red cross shelter near the northern part of the lake of veteran with health problems. Richard says he's tired of living through mega-fires wind-driven pires this is this is what you know. Burn paradise as his. What's happening with the dixie fire. Now we have the tamer fire in the kaldor for so yeah. I've been. I've been scared scared and wondering whether it's mobile home will still be standing when the kaldor fire is out. Meantime is the fire moved toward the heavenly ski resort on the nevada. California line new mandatory. Evacuations were ordered last night and cruise turned on the mountain snow. Making machines hoping that the water might help slow the blaze if it reaches its slopes eric westervelt. Npr news south lake tahoe support for npr and the following message. Come from wise the smart way to move money internationally whether you're.

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Massive Caldor Fire Closes in on Lake Tahoe Area

Environment: NPR

02:09 min | 1 year ago

Massive Caldor Fire Closes in on Lake Tahoe Area

"Actual speeds are not guaranteed. It's another tense day. In northern california as firefighters struggled to keep the massive kaldor fire from reaching the biggest city on the shore of iconic lake. Tahoe they caught a break. When wins yesterday were not as strong as expected but forecasters are warning. That strong winds are likely well into this evening. Tens of thousands of people have been evacuated and the fire has now burned some two hundred thousand acres. Npr's eric westervelt has the latest from south. Lake tahoe fix smoke and ash. Of enveloped the eerily empty resort area of south lake. Tahoe which is usually bustling. This time of year with summer tourists on the outskirts of the city exhausted fire crews in the christmas valley area. A really the last line of defense protecting south lake tahoe. Its number over there. And then it's burning there. That way towards taller behind pretty close in a forested area adjacent to cabins and homes. Firefighter steve barnum and a wildfire strikeforce from southern california are scrambling to stamp out spot. Fires these are the dreaded wind blown embers that ignite many fires that can easily grow into new blazes. Bardem is working to contain one. That almost got out of control and it was pretty pretty Pie their thirteen. Fourteen foot flame lakes. And then you get the ember cast off it and it gets grass finding gig on and it goes over the houses. And that's memorial. They're worried about sparks catching the drought-stricken brush and dry pine needles surrounding the homes. Right across the road that can turn this forest fire into a battle to save homes and neighborhoods most of these forests and the tahoe basin have not burned since the nineteen forties. The spot fires are tackling are not mere nuisances. They're really the biggest threat to south lake. Tahoe right now says firefighter jesse alexander because they can overrun control lines and wreak havoc on any well-planned containment strategy and you have a spot fire basically your plan

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Louisiana Braces for Category 4 Hurricane Ida

Bloomberg Politics, Policy and Power

00:56 sec | 1 year ago

Louisiana Braces for Category 4 Hurricane Ida

"Hurricane Ida is less than 300 miles from home in Louisiana with sustained winds of 105 MPH. The National Hurricane Center in Miami, predicts the storm will strengthen rapidly before it makes landfall, bringing a life threatening storm surge, potentially catastrophic wind damage and flooding rainfall beginning Sunday morning, Louisiana Governor John Bel Edwards says this storm could be one for the history books will be one of the strongest hurricanes to hit anywhere in Louisiana sense. At least the 18 fifties as the Cal door fire rages closer to Lake Tahoe. The vacation destination was empty Saturday, leading up to the Labor Day holiday. Smoke conditions, along with shifting gusty winds started to scare off the tourists. A fire watches being put in place for 11 A.m. on Monday by the National Weather Service. That's one step closer to a red flag warning officials are hopeful that several man made fire lines can save the iconic Lake Tahoe basin from the raging

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"iconic lake" Discussed on Fred + Angi On Demand

Fred + Angi On Demand

07:44 min | 1 year ago

"iconic lake" Discussed on Fred + Angi On Demand

"Kind of eventful. I actually i feel like. I have to tell you about the dream i had last night. It was a complete radio nightmare. So i rammed that i could not walk into our system for my program like frantically trying to log into the system and then i pull up my phone to reach out to engineer karen and every which way search karen in my phone. She's not showing up. And i'm like why can't we karen and then every time you look cloth another like twenty minutes going by and i literally woke up in such a panic sweating. Is that thing like did that. Really happen and then i was like. Oh no because 'cause we installed the actual radio tower next to your home and the satellite so like there's no way that you can't connect with us ever again like it's still. That was like such a nightmare. Highly connect- is very very important. It's actually mission critical monitor a whole minutes ago from website to website. But she has a satellite dish home to connect to the radio station just in case. That's what happens when you're a legend so no issue where like i i always. I spent a little bit. But i used to have the one where i didn't. I found out at the end of college that i didn't either do well on a task to do everything i needed for one class. I wasn't able to graduate. I have that dream like we're somehow incomplete. Tell me at the very end I've had dreams like that too. I'm desperately trying to get in contact with somebody and where we can or can't dial the phone like the minute might the numbers in my head and my finger don't connect and i'm trying to dial the phone for some reason i can't do it. Yes roofing is it a weird thing that if you don't remember your dreams like i don't ever remember my dream. People don't remember though. James i dream but then like 'cause the other night just was like you know you're dreaming about you. Kept saying like hold on. Hold on hold on no. I don't i don't remember what i dream about me. Neither no sometimes i do. Sometimes i don't and then there's always the one that's a good dream like things are going really well on the dream and then you wake up and you desperately want to go back to sleep so you can like bury my head. Nabil leave leave. Leave no was released. Their attends catan identity to wasn't Most welcome your Challenger to rob. Hey rob morning rob's Chicken from indiana this morning rod tells all about yourself. I am a medical currier on the road with my daughter training. Earth sporting same. Time as me didn't get the question right i was like there's no way we're getting on and then boom we're on owner matter are Well he wears many hats around here In addition to screening for showbiz shelly showdown. And so you get a little question before to see if you're even the slightest bit connected to what's going on and rob are. Apparently i am and i'm super excited. I came over with shelley from your competitor. After someone made the worst decision in radio is isn't that wild look so grateful so insanely grateful but like how does that person that person is still employed there which is on freaking believable to me you know not yeah you wouldn't you wouldn't know it but anyway it doesn't matter it doesn't were you before before it's okay rocketed. Here's the thing like okay. You know people love shelly and so they weren't. They weren't Excuse experimenting much didn't even know we were here right. Because he loves shelly so he wasn't flipping around and then a lot of people came over here and they're like wait a minute. These guys are are morons. But they're not like the worst morons. I feel like you don't like if you drink coke your whole life and then you probably aren't out here trying to try the new one and then once you do you might think it's better but you know you go to the same drive through everyday get the same during high debris people of their habits so we did rob what i came here. I moved here from canada. I hit a station. I listened to it all the time. Things changed one day. I remember shelly here. We are and we're so glad that you did. We welcome me with open arms But somehow even with that change. We only have thirteen listeners. And i don't know why the number never changes but it's fine because you guys are law. You listened long and hard and strong so we appreciate you for that. Let's play the game is five questions. One hundred and three dollars and fifty cents is the price shelly with all due. Respect get out. Oh rob good luck. Thank you you too by the way rob. What's your daughter's name. We didn't get him down and say a quick. I have a feeling this is a teamwork exercise here. I think they're going to work together on this. But i don't know the question so This iconic like virgin singer is sixty three today madonna. This famous drummer flew for the first time since surviving a deadly plane crash. Thirteen years ago parker olympian. It and they only asaka is donating her prize. Money to haitian earthquake relief efforts. Which sport was she in the olympics for three eighty steph curry documentaries reportedly in the works on which team has steph spent all of his nba career or years. By the way his new contract. You will make over six hundred thousand dollars her game. I make games are. They're a game over fifty million dollars six hundred million dollars six hundred thousand dollars per game. I just i just think about that for a minute. a million clark and jason momoa posted. They're adorable reunion on instagram on. Which hit show did the pair play love interests to four four nice score very nice job not so right but reviews updating the board. So i guess he's thinking hundred. I think i might be in top. Let's see what's going to rouphael update of the boorda always tremendous confidence in showbiz. Shelly four is the score to beat on a monday girl. wraps rob good Question number one for you shells. This iconic lake virgin singer is sixty three today madonna. This famous drummer flew for the first time since surviving a deadly plane crash. Thirteen years ago travis. Barker olympian naomi osaka is donating prize. Money to haitian earthquake relief efforts which is awesome. Which sport was she in the olympics. Four tennis was to us steph. Curry documentary is reportedly in the works. On which team has steph spent all of his nba career theory. Clippers you golden state warriors the warriors. That's why i bet. The warriors of san francisco now and emilia clarke. Jason momoa posted. They're adorable reunion on instagram on. Which hit show to the pair. Play love interests gema throw. That's four. i and that means medical career rob and his lovely daughter will shall return tomorrow morning. I'm happy pretty out without come belly any day of the week. I'm shot by this song. Also i know change the board as a matter of fact so rob. We'll talk to you tomorrow morning. What isn't medical career do by the way like. Do you drive around organs and stuff.

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"iconic lake" Discussed on MEDIA INDIGENA : Indigenous current affairs

MEDIA INDIGENA : Indigenous current affairs

09:39 min | 1 year ago

"iconic lake" Discussed on MEDIA INDIGENA : Indigenous current affairs

"So i wanna to lead off with you on this but just before we do i gotta say i kind of went through a bit of a journey on this one preparing for our discussion because the more and more thought about it the more i realized all the complex layers to what might seem to some like a like a pretty parochial fight over what to call some urban lake somewhere big whoop right but that i realized that that's exactly why this story matters the mundanity of it all is at the heart of why this is so insidious because it's yet another instance of how and where erasure happens in these everyday places in every kind of spaces right down is now marked off. As so called a places of leisure and that such a razor is so effective precisely because it it displaces and replaces. What was there before or at least attempts to and thus inserts or asserts a new normal so normalizing removal and replacement of indigenous peoples. And so. i'm wondering where your mind went concerning this story. Well i grew up in part in the twin cities. And that's i mean duck two person and so that's our my ancestors language and you know our traditional homelands ancestors were people that were expelled. Some of them Massacred in the or eighteen. Sixty two in That's duck oh. Two people were officially expelled. From the state of minnesota course many people came back and this around the time That you know that this Lake gets named lake calhoun. I think some of the news Story said it was about one hundred fifty years. It's actually been called that. The law specifies the forty year mark is when you need the legislature to weigh in in the changing of the name. You know it was one hundred and fifty. Seven years ago that the the dakota were officially expelled from the state and i think that loss still on the books so this goes back to that time of the civil war so it's not surprising that the lake is named after somebody who is one of the architects of indian and was a supporter and advocate for maintaining slavery. I didn't realize who called whom was. And and and i didn't either and i grew up there. Yeah i thought he was probably some white minnesotan who hated indians. It's even more laughable. But he's like a guy who hated indians and was from south carolina and was an advocate for slavery. So oh man. Yeah and and architect of native american removal and secretary of war the indian wars like basically a real she head to say the least sociopath well as many of these quote unquote founding fathers. Were i mean a lot of the blowback to the story is where does it stop. This is what you saw with the removal of the confederate statues. Where does it stop. That's a good question. It doesn't stop. We need to remove from the landscape monuments and place names that honor the architects of genocide. The it exactly right and that that includes you know enslaving people so you know. I also think and i like the that. The name mcoscar is foreground. Because i think. I've said on the show before i am not an advocate of renaming things after other humans that we find more politically acceptable. I don't think that land and water bodies should be named after human beings. I think that's that's human centric. And i think it's wrong and i think so looking at the the features of those places and and what you know. Land in water bodies might present to us. As their most prominent features it makes sense to to call them those things versus Naming a body of water after a human being period well again just just to underscore who this calhoun. Character was according to a public historian interviewed by wctc. Oh be seen. Calhoun created the indian removal act in that removal act led to the displacement and death of thousands of indigenous people including the cherokee trail of tears. I mean this person as i mef said has a lot of blood on their hands and a how. How could you want to be have this lake associated with it in in any way shape or form. It's baffling to me now. There was a flyers circulated by this advocate for keeping the name and so earlier. I use the erasure but he to sites That concept in his defense of keeping the name dakota tribe. An extremist activists demand total razor of iconic lake. Calhoun men and something else. He said kim Which i wouldn't mind getting your reaction to what this is again. Tom austin the venture capitalist connected to the effort to save lake calhoun said. What exactly have the dakota indians done. That is a positive contribution to all minnesotans. What does the heroism or a compliment. That are recognizing in order to justify renaming the lake to be day mccusker unquote. I think the phrase you used for kim and leading up to this discussion was white fragility. I'm not sure what's at stake for them. Here i mean non-indigenous people still the majority by numbers you got venture capitalists on the side of this of this effort. For god's sake clearly don't lock for influence. They act like they're under siege Oh what's going on. How do we understand what seems to be pretty a pretty fragile presentation of of their lot. Well i do think. In general white people who control the country both its economy and it's a cultural image and its government do feel under siege. We are moving towards Majority nonwhite country by twenty. I think late numbers i saw. Were around twenty forty and they thought it was a done deal. I think they thought it was a done deal And that's the moment at which you can wait. Once you think it's a done deal settled settlement And a white majority then you can begin talking about the inclusion quote unquote of minorities right. But you don't expect minorities quote unquote to actually be the majority in a country. That's not what in multicultural inclusion is for media around this austin guy this venture capitalist who is at the head of save lake calhoun They're also really concerned about the branding. And one of the articles. We read says that of all of the businesses around lake halloween. So you've got a yacht club and you've got you've got all your tree. You've got all kinds of businesses. This is a very chichi. Area of minneapolis lake. Calhoun is very near uptown. Which is a major shopping and arts. Restaurant area very trendy and it's becoming increasingly trendy and expensive since the nineteen eighties. When i was a young person living there Lake calhoun is got these big mansions and beautiful houses around the lake. I think it's about three miles around the lake. So people skates they bike. They run it. There's a boating area there. This is a very upscale area of of the twin cities with the most expensive housing. They are definitely concerned about i. Guess what they perceive as the boat the economic and cultural impact and you know for settlers there capitalism is their culture to be cliche so you know they do feel culturally and economically under siege. Those two things go together for them so and sometimes it seems absolutely petty with the the lawyer who is representing the save lake. Calhoun group He was quoted after the court of appeal ruled that the name change could not go ahead. We don't have to pronounce day mccusker so it seems like there's this reluctance or resistance to make such like obviously symbolic and still important changes But people are really threatened by it. And almost gleeful when there's an opportunity to disrupt A reclamation of indigenous names. I think what's kind of struck me most about this too is language has to reproduce itself constantly in order to stay the lingua franca of territory. And so everywhere you go. You see the english language and and that's interesting. How even just a tiny bit just a few characters are it can be really jarring for some people I mean brock. You've you've you've worked hard to gradually acquire more and more language that might strike you as well And i was really struck by what kim mentioned earlier. About how placenames. It's problematic to have human centric approach to naming the mastered people after the second world war. I i know this only through through my family history but there was a program for naming almost random geographical places after fallen. Soldiers our servicemen. So if Canadian veterans had died overseas. Their families would have a lake in some Far off part of northern sus gach one or in the northwest territories named after them so there is something really embedded in in that approach and it was funny to hear like the clip of the two women and the one deciding citing a social justice perspective that the name is inappropriate for calhoun needs to change. Calhoun.

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"iconic lake" Discussed on Look Behind The Look

Look Behind The Look

02:43 min | 1 year ago

"iconic lake" Discussed on Look Behind The Look

"I mean every single thing just was an alignment right for the show truth that belief that there is Something bigger out there for sure. Okay so you came onto the show third season and so so. That's interesting to me so so already. You've decided that she has this many whigs right well as she had. She had decided that you know she had all maura had all those wigs but I remember being a production meeting with dan and He said you know just Make sure you have He said nine i. I'm not sure where this number came from. They make sure you have nine wigs scarred off with and i was like okay So i i without speaking with catherine The process I had Also talked to lucky about the process and how moya's look is more of a mood when she puts on away get. It's more of how she's feeling as opposed to a static. So i had a broad a bunch of different styles you know and it wasn't very contemporary. It was just kind of odd. And i was actually shopping for mood. And so as the seasons progressed. I got to establish a relationship with russia. And so the the whigs just kind of evolved from there. And by the end of the season i i remember bringing i think was like twenty three weeks at the beginning Nine zero or you know when lucky. I would go on tours to york in la. You know. I always made sure that i had a day where i would shop for wigs. I'm going to like very obscure places than dumb. I'm days yeah early. We would get our coffee. It would be brisk and cold outside head weighing stores in and just walk around. And i would see on your picking out these like you know and then of america being some of the most iconic lakes and then watching on Like with the..

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