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"indian bay" Discussed on True Mysteries of the Pacific Northwest

True Mysteries of the Pacific Northwest

05:01 min | 11 months ago

"indian bay" Discussed on True Mysteries of the Pacific Northwest

"Welcome to true mysteries of the pacific northwest stories of strange and unexplained people places events often obscured by the of time. I'm your host. Ken chrome today a haunted lake. And what many people call oregon's area fifty one not far from oregon's lincoln city downtown is the six hundred and eighty five acre devil's lake. One hundred years ago. It was called indian bay. That is until it was invaded by an evil spirit. Said that indian warriors attempted to cross late one night when returning from a hunting trip never reached the other side subtler till i'll how tentacles came out of the water wrapped around the indians canoe and pulled them under to this day. Many locals will not approach the lake at night. Although the devils like monster hasn't been seen in a hundred years it said that dust the spirits of the warriors can be viewed at the water's edge searching for their canoes continued travelling north from lincoln city on route eighteen. And you enter the twelve mile van doozer cord or where it said you'll pass by oregon's own area. Fifty one many drivers using a corridor as a commute to lincoln city. Say they often feel like their cars being driven by an unseen force. Some reports seen lights in the sky. Others say they've seen people along the road who disappeared before there is. These are business men and women. This could be attributed to the haunting of a ghost town along the corridor. Just east rose lodge. But perhaps he's reports aren't supernatural to hikers in the woods parallel to the corridor claim to have spotted a military base locals. Report that forested road branching off the twelve mile corridor recently was blocked off and there actually is a government testing facility not far from that section of route eighteen lights in the sky people disappearing an unseen force. It takes over passing cars. Next time you visit oregon's lincoln city be sure to visit devil's lake and drive the twelve miles of van doozer corridor. Then you decide supernatural or the results of testing at a secret government base now joe out of bright and the dungeness bay cozy murder mystery series continues chapter nineteen and chapter eighteen. Joanna bright have been released from jail and was in the outpouring cafe about to have a bowl of soup and that's where chapter nineteen picks up shirl pushed through the kitchen swinging doors with three bowls of steaming soup on a tray..

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Is There a Haunted Lake Near Oregon's Very Own Area 51?

True Mysteries of the Pacific Northwest

02:11 min | 11 months ago

Is There a Haunted Lake Near Oregon's Very Own Area 51?

"And what many people call oregon's area fifty one not far from oregon's lincoln city downtown is the six hundred and eighty five acre devil's lake. One hundred years ago. It was called indian bay. That is until it was invaded by an evil spirit. Said that indian warriors attempted to cross late one night when returning from a hunting trip never reached the other side subtler till i'll how tentacles came out of the water wrapped around the indians canoe and pulled them under to this day. Many locals will not approach the lake at night. Although the devils like monster hasn't been seen in a hundred years it said that dust the spirits of the warriors can be viewed at the water's edge searching for their canoes continued travelling north from lincoln city on route eighteen. And you enter the twelve mile van doozer cord or where it said you'll pass by oregon's own area. Fifty one many drivers using a corridor as a commute to lincoln city. Say they often feel like their cars being driven by an unseen force. Some reports seen lights in the sky. Others say they've seen people along the road who disappeared before there is. These are business men and women. This could be attributed to the haunting of a ghost town along the corridor. Just east rose lodge. But perhaps he's reports aren't supernatural to hikers in the woods parallel to the corridor claim to have spotted a military base locals. Report that forested road branching off the twelve mile corridor recently was blocked off and there actually is a government testing facility not far from that section of route eighteen lights in the sky people disappearing an unseen force. It takes over passing cars. Next time you visit oregon's lincoln city be sure to visit devil's lake and drive the twelve miles of van doozer corridor. Then you decide supernatural or the results of testing at a secret government base now joe out of bright

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"indian bay" Discussed on Radio Fajri 99.3FM

Radio Fajri 99.3FM

04:00 min | 1 year ago

"indian bay" Discussed on Radio Fajri 99.3FM

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"indian bay" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

12:20 min | 2 years ago

"indian bay" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Welcome back to form I need it can be used to call me on myself at the end of the decade rapidly approaching we're gonna look back on the biggest musical moments of the twenty ten and we're gonna do our best before the hours up to get in the decade's biggest hits like this one now also Indian bay area music and we want to also get in some form listener favorite so there is a lot to do and joining me to recap the decade in music is not stable enough sky as she's music editor for KQED arts and she just did a piece called the best bay area albums of the twenty tends about about to form Ostia thanks Nina and also gave million is with us he is senior editor for KQED arts I gave I mean this and D. locket is on the line she is music editor for vulture at New York magazine she is writing vultures piece on the top one hundred music moments of the decade which will come out next week hello Dee locket hi thanks for having me thanks for being here and so you know I played that piece out from Drake cab not just because it was a hit but because it also ended up being the most streamed artist of the decade so two questions gave why did this song take off and how did streaming shape the last I think the song took off in I mean yes it's a catchy song it's also an eminently give football music video which really helped a lot but streaming I think it kind of defines at least the industry side of this decade you know in two thousand eleven Spotify declared they had a million users at the end of this decade they now say they have two hundred and fifty million users which is just insane increase and that increases emblematic of all streaming services you to bits the biggest music streaming service but that means that people aren't paying for music and I should correct myself I don't know if it was the most streamed song by Drake was the most streamed artist of the decade I think the most streamed song might have been insurance shape of you really yeah you you definitely could not escape Drake so yeah the lock and I mean between twenty ten to twenty nineteen it really feels like the business of music kind of went through a bit of a revolution absolutely streaming change a lot of things I would say that one of the ways the hotline bling took off and what made during one of the most streamed artist of the decade was he really cracked the code on how to capitalize on streaming which is make creating viral moments very memorable moments given moments and that has that played out especially throughout the latter half of the decade we found we saw that artists and labels were constantly manipulating in game in the chart systems by creating viral moments viral dance moves and that in turn launch platforms like tick tock which is now influencing the charts and influencing streaming so everything is now very it's very very internet based it's very social media base it's a whole new ballgame well in terms of beloved artists who were streamed a lot more hurt a lot one of the names that really pops out when you look across musical charts that are looking at the last decade is a dell do you want to say anything about the power of the influence the ability for a dell to be beloved across all age groups nasty one of sky I think adult came out and her just her gorgeous voice on but the passion that it brings I think it it really was she was one of those artists that especially in the middle part of the decade really captivated audiences across the globe but yeah we haven't heard too much from her in recent years since you know hello and thought also was one of those moments but became highly means anything also propelled her success on the string well of course one of our biggest songs was rolling in the deep what was the appeal of that you think that just made it so popular game the voice I mean that's it just adults voice for sure you know it's this thundering song and it kind of has this propulsive jump jump jump jump jump jump but her voice riding over all of that is really what well let's hear some of it yeah this we but I mean as as powerful and as beloved as a dell was when I think powerful music and brandy locket like no one comes close to beyond say in the last ten here if absolutely you know beyond say start off the decade still finding her own solo identity and sound and it's interesting because she's sort of in finding her own sound found new ways to change the music industry and we thought at first with her self titled surprise released album if you all remember that came out of the sky around one o'clock in the morning on like December thirteenth two thousand thirteen I believe it was a fourteen and ever since then the way that she has sort of narrative her own decade has to go from has been to go from artist to our tour she is really at the helm of her own ship and we saw her really take control her own narrative with the laminate album it was a very very personal album about something very public and since then you know beyond say is her own her own empire and we've seen that also with people like Riana Ron is now Rheon incorporated branding has become a very big part of artistry nowadays and every artist is there is there own sort of marketing team their their own they have to be their own spokesperson at this point on social media so yeah Brett beyond say is the queen of all branding and everybody else is sort of followed in her followed her lead and gave remind us of just some of those moments that Beyonce a basically became like the cultural mark I I love that DVD has that date memorize December thirteenth because I also have that date memorized watching lemonade unfold on the HBO special that night I was losing my mind it was like pouring out of my school and bouncing off of the walls watching that happen in real time and watching it unfold on social media the reaction to it her music is so incredible I think I've seen are four times this decade and she's untouchable like yes she is a gigantic brand but you don't think of her as a brand in the same way you think of like yeah Riana and fence here like you know shines on and off the air or you know whatever it's it's she's just an entity unto or some yeah and she continues to surprise you I mean with coach hello last year performance of the century I mean yeah now that I have that when that film was released I I remember people for decades said oh yeah Talking Heads stop making sense that's the best live concert film and homecoming blew it out of the water I mean there's a new thrown in that is sitting on top of it well let's hear a little bit from her twenty sixteen album lemonade and this is beyond say's formation my name with that and not as I think that's my mouth for as so reckless when our I'm so possessive so I'll is right next yeah thank with we're looking at the decade in music we're talking with gave million senior editor of KQED arts nas your voice no sky seen a music editor for KQED arts and also the locket music editor for vulture at New York magazine but I want to write you our listeners to join the conversation what's your album or song of the decade what do you think were the biggest moments in music in the last ten years give us a call at eight six six seven three three six seven eight six again eight six six seven three three six seven eight six post your questions or comments on Facebook Twitter or email us at forum at KQED dot org one of the things Nastia that you know beyond a really makes me think about is it feels like there were a lot of women over the last ten years women artists who who were claiming their power kind of like a for the like she was really at that like hitting me kind of like the top of her game but there are also other women who who were coming up I felt like started to to take a stand yeah absolutely I think well especially taking a stand against sexism in the industry as well as you know the right artists have a for their music one thing that definitely comes to mind in that regard it as the saga of cash and Dr Luke and Kesha definitely had some of the biggest pop hits of the stuff he did and doctor Lou because the super producer that signed her when she was just eighteen years old and she realized he had sexually assaulted and abused her throughout their their working relationship and despite that and the her you know ostensibly being of those powerful pop stars she couldn't get out of a recording contract with him a judge threw out her case against him and then she is she continues to be a part of the protracted legal battle where doctor loop counter sued her for defamation so it kind of goes to show even if so this artist is up the pinnacle of the industry you know they they don't have quite as much power as maybe people thing yes she really did reveal quite a bit about how those arrangements can be sad and how disadvantages they are two women artists and you know there was this guardian piece that I read where they call the last ten years the locket also the destruction of sort of the suite female Popper hole the pop role model and I feel like there I can't think of one artist who did that more than Taylor swift eight it's interesting how you can draw the line between like Kesha and Taylor swift you don't catch a began this decade sort of blowing the lid off of you know a lot of these contracts the language in contracts is so it takes advantage of a lot of young women and we're seeing that even the biggest pop stars in the world are not they they can still be touched by this as well so this is even happening now Taylor swift we saw earlier this year she called out scooter Braun for purchasing her entire back catalog from her old label big machine records which is run by a man named stopper China who has been working with others with pretty much all her all her life you know children have been in this industry since she was fourteen fifteen years old and she has been and that and that stop or try to world this whole time and she felt like it was a betrayal to not be able to be given the opportunity to purchase back her own back catalogue without having to do it under the condition earned an album back by completing new albums for that label and said she left to go to a public records and has since been fighting to regain ownership she's now planning to re record her whole back catalog starting in November of next year which is when she's told she's legally allowed to get that back but yeah it just it brings more transparency to these types of contracts and how predatory that that they can be and how so often it's women who are the victims of that yeah well and yeah this is going to continue on to the next decade it seems smartphone way underneath this we're hearing Taylor swift's shake it off from our twenty sixteen now the nineteen eighty nine so it's a little more.

"indian bay" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:56 min | 2 years ago

"indian bay" Discussed on KQED Radio

"At the end of the decade rapidly approaching we're gonna look back on the biggest musical moments of the twenty ten and we're gonna do our best before the hours up to get in the decade's biggest hits like this one now also Indian bay area music and we wanna also get in some form listener favorites so there is a lot to do and joining me to recap the decade in music is not stable enough sky as she's music editor for KQED arts and she just did a piece called the best bay area albums of the twenty tends welcome back to form Ostia thanks Nina and also gave million is with us he is senior editor for KQED arts high gave I mean this N. D. locket is on the line she is music editor for vulture at New York magazine she is writing vultures piece on the top one hundred music moments of the decade which will come out next week hello Dee locket hi thanks for having me thanks for being here and so you know I played that piece out from Drake not just because it was a hit but because it also ended up being the most streamed artist of the decade so two questions gave why did the song take off and how did streaming shape the less I think the song took off in I mean yes it's a catchy song it's also an eminently get football music video which really helped a lot but streaming I think it kind of defines at least the industry side of this decade you know in two thousand eleven Spotify declared they had a million users at the end of this decade they now say they have two hundred and fifty million users which is just insane increase and that increases emblematic of all streaming services you to bits the biggest music streaming service but that means that people aren't paying for music and I should correct myself I don't know if it was the most streamed song by Drake was the most streamed artist of the decade I think the most streamed song might have been ed Sheeran's shape of you really yeah you you definitely could not escape Drake is so yeah the lock and I mean between twenty ten to twenty nineteen it really feels like the business of music kind of went through a bit of a revolution absolutely streaming change a lot of things I would say that one of the ways the hotline bling took off and what made during one of the most streamed artist of the decade was he really cracked the code on how to capitalize on streaming which is meet creating viral moments very memorable moments given moments and that has that played out especially throughout the latter half of the decade we found we saw that artists and labels were constantly manipulating in game in the chart systems by creating viral moments file dance moves and that in turn will launch platforms like tech talk which is now influencing the charts and influencing streaming so everything is now very it's very very internet based it's very social media based it's a whole new ballgame well in terms of beloved artists who were streamed a lot were hurt a lot one of the names that really pops out when you look across musical charts that are looking at the last decade is Adel do you want to say anything about the power of the influence the ability for a dell to be beloved across all age groups not devoid of sky I think adult came out and her just her gorgeous voice on the the passion that it brings I think it it really was she was one of those artists that especially in the middle part of the decade really captivated audiences across the globe but yeah we haven't heard too much from her in recent years since you know hello and that also is one of those moments but became highly me into anything also propelled her success on the streaming well of course one of our biggest songs was rolling in the deep what was the appeal of that you think that just made it so popular game the voice I mean that's it just adults voice for sure you know it's this thundering song and it kind of has this propulsive.

"indian bay" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

90.3 KAZU

02:26 min | 3 years ago

"indian bay" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"The rest of the world. We'd love a bitter bitter ceremony. And it's fantastic. To watch the great television. The British government statements about Brexit could hardly have been clearer in out for a global Britain. The open and welcoming to the world at large and to the Commonwealth in particular. That message was of course, very welcome to everybody. I spoke to India. The parallel ambition of the British government to take back control of our borders spoke to different reaction, you can't strengthen buzzard India as long as you continue to restrain restrictions on India's rights to visit Britain on visas on immigration rights on occupation is for instance, Indians bay almost three to four times what a Chinese person pays for visa, you're making it much more difficult for Indian students aid to access patients universities because the overall number of Indian students is actually falling. It's not increasing whereas those at increasing but were still the earlier permission that Indian students had to be able to work for two years to get a bit of experience before they returned to them other countries now being denied to them. So in many respects that important to Indians you are making the relationship more difficult. You've got to hand us a level playing field where you're grunting what's important to us as ready as we grant what's important to you. But you can't say you simply want to take from us a free trade agreement without lowering the immigration restrictions that keep us out. Karen Thapa opinions are head rigging by millions. Our relations with India may be built on opinions. They will be shaped by trade and my final interviewee his from the heart of the commercial world. Shobana Cami ninety beneath a disarming candor. Those the experience of a woman who has spent the last twelve months as president of the confederation of Indian industry meeting heads of state as well as business leaders from across the globe. We began by talking about her father the Indian doctor who returned from England and launched what is now upon their healthcare, just largest private health and insurance conglomerate a multi-billion dollar operation, which she and her three sisters now run after he worked in England. And then went to the US came back and saw the Indian doctors actually power.

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"indian bay" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show

The Stephen A. Smith Show

04:05 min | 3 years ago

"indian bay" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show

"And I wish another hour because I could take calls all day because there've been some good ones day go to Indian bay Ville joins us next here on ESPN radio today. Bob. I'm doing too. I'm calling actually actually answered my question when you compare Manny Machado to Trump because I was gonna say the same thing. I think he's just gonna fade out. He has a lot of you know, like, he's a great player. But now nobody's ever seen him. Because he's he's he's not he's gonna fade out. So I was actually a different question. If you don't mind fire away, I want actually about the Knicks. Sure do think like like if we don't get k b if we don't get Kyrie Irving like who who else would the next year would go for don't care. I mean, there are other guys on the list, you know, like Klay Thompson. And I mean, they're they're certainly other guys to pursue. If they don't get at least one of those two guys than this was a failure. You make the Kristaps Porzingis trade to set up what ultimately becomes a pass fail judgement on whether or not you execute. You get either Durant or Kyrie Irving, and I think really Durant. I mean to me that that's almost a Mendoza lot. You either get the rancher you don't if you get them you past if you don't you failed? But that's the only reason you trade porzingas, and I don't care about what they think that junior is going to be I don't care about the lottery pick. Although if they end up winning the lottery and getting Zion that's going to be a different level starpower than we've seen at the garden in a long long time. But all of that aside, the motivation for what they did with porzingas is to me cut and dry black and white pass fail. You're creating to max slots to go out and get two of those guys and one of them almost has to be Kevin Durant, or or you failed in trying to do what you've done about trading porzingas. I completely agree with you. I couldn't believe it. And and part of me hates that. That's what the NBA is become the NBA that I grew up watching would never in a million years thought about what a bird and magic played together. How great would that be the league back then was based on blood rivalries between the top teams the league? Now, it's about let me just go play. With my buddy. I mean drafting and developing players and kind of formulating a roster like all that is now out the window NBA, general managers are no college recruiters. They're trying to get celebrities to record scoreboard videos, and bringing guys to steakhouses and shown them all the blink in their training facility and just recruiting free agents that hoping you get one guy who's going to convince one of his buddies to come play with them because now they're all buddies. And you know, all all of those must see rivalry games that I feel like I grew up on a child of the eighties and nineties that's gone and. I miss it terribly. Because I have to tell you watching the NBA all star game. It didn't look a whole lot different to me than rockets thunder on a Wednesday night. The NBA all star game. Now probably most closely resembles its regular season action than any all-star came in any sport. Right. When you turn on the NBA all star game. We'll you see I watched like part of the first quarter, and I couldn't take it anymore. It's just a bunch of guys dunking a bunch of guys shooting threes. Nobody really playing any defense crazy scoring and you know. Shockingly similar to what some of the regular season games. Look like. That'll do it for today. The Stephen a Smith show on baba shoes. And it was a lot of fun sitting in. Thanks a lot to cap pastor in new note to share up in Bristol for pushing all the buttons Jonathan Winthrop as well here for producing the show in New York the rest of your week enjoy it, and hopefully, we'll talk to you soon..

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