27 Burst results for "Indian School"

Padma Lakshmi

Asian Enough

03:53 min | 3 months ago

Padma Lakshmi

"I knew very very early on even when I was four that the reason we were leaving India is because it was very taboo for my mom to be a divorce. A divorce just didn't happen in Indian culture in growing up and going back to India I still don't know I know one person in India. WHO's divorced? You know, and so I knew that we were leaving to have a better life, you know. My mother left when I was two and I lived with my grandparents, and I didn't see my dad so I had no recollection of my real father I didn't even know what his face looks like. Because they had ripped up all the pictures so from two to four. I didn't see either of my parents so I literally was so excited to come to America, because America to me, meant being reunited with my mom. That's obviously a story that you. Write about beautifully. You know experiences that you write about beautifully and reflect upon in your memoir. Some much of what you also write about is. The role that food had to play in your connection with your family in even getting you through hard moments like you describe o'clock Chutney in the opening of your memoir that really got you through. That was a recipe from your grandmother. and I wonder how you feel that that your relationships were shaped or enabled through food, and what that has meant to you along the way if your journey. I think food was a conduit to. Keeping close ties with my family, you know once I came to America and my mom and I settled here. Occupied this third space that many Asian American kids do which is you know? I wasn't Indian enough and I didn't adhere to. In India for children. You know so I wasn't Indian enough there and certainly when I was in America, I wasn't American enough for my American peers were my teachers, or whatever and I occupied this. There's base that was basically made up of a little bit of this a little bit of that image culture, and and so food for me was a pure way that was also noncontroversial to have connection with my family like even during this quarantine. You know we have a family. What's up of all? My cousins and everything and I have been reaching out to my aunt to ask her some fact checking questions about recipes for my childhood. I really love my aunt Bunn she. She didn't like her very much growing up, but she's the only reason I can balance a checkbook you know because she was like a second mother to me when I was sent back to India and she helped me. Tutored me because Indian, schooling is so much harder than American schooling, and there were certain years that I was sent back to study at an Indian school and I found it incredibly difficult and I just felt always like the class dunce in those years I was like behind by like a great and a half. And so you know also Indian. Forms of learning are very different than American. School systems forms of learning so. I should say so, you know. I needed my aunt so badly and she performed for ROIC. Feet that now. In quarantine with home, schooling, appreciating like on Mother's Day I wrote her. This taxing like you've always been like a second mom to me and I can never repay you so. But the way that we'd today. Communicate is really through food and the exchange of recipes and stuff like

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"indian school" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:32 min | 4 months ago

"indian school" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"A. B. C. dot com D. A. R. traffic traffic alert that's seven forty two we still have big problems on two valley freeways Danny sold out of the valley Chevy dealers traffic center any idea yet what time at least one of them might reopen not yet not yet all keep checking though right now it looks like at this investigation is going on for a fatal wreck that happened just after two o'clock this morning and that do that I. seventeen is closed northbound at Indian school road so you can exit the freeway at Indian school you have to you can reenter it though using that Indian school road on ramp I know it sounds a little silly but they're both right there and you can't do that or just avoid the freeway completely stupid nineteenth Avenue twenty Seventh Avenue or something else also up in the north part of the valley the loop one oh one that's closed eastbound that's going to be let's see looks like a freeway extends back now eastbound loop one on one between state route fifty one that's where it's closed right there so you are going to have to use other alternates like bell road that one goes all the way through union hills drive and actually doesn't but bell road does and so this greenway and then just to let you know in that same area state route fifty one the north bound ramp that leads to eastbound loop one oh one that is also close to you cannot use that transition ramp this report it's brought to you by barrow neurological institute time is brain why you should be fast when responding to a stroke may is stroke awareness.

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"indian school" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

02:37 min | 5 months ago

"indian school" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Indian school road it is drive through and for more information or to register you can go to terrace health dot org walk ins also are accepted KTA our eyes on the economy thanks he doesn't cars pulled up this morning to get food boxes at the new city of mesa food distribution site near Williams field and power roads let's get more on that with K. T. A. R.'s Griselda Tino live yeah Becky land the new food distribution site is on the campus of the house of refuge which offers transitional housing for families experiencing homelessness the group's Nancy Marion says although the surrounding area is relatively middle to higher income the need is still there when you're talking about climate and under employment that's affecting everybody and so some of our neighbors out here our experience in seeing the first time the group plans to give out food boxes every Thursday and Friday morning from seven to ten AM reporting live from Griselda Tino KTAR news an update to a story that we had earlier this week Glendale police now looking for two suspects in an attempted home invasion near fifty First Avenue and union hills drive Glendale police detective Scott Walker says the suspects try to go in through the garage door that was open he ran away from him and then he was yelling call the police help call the police that's exactly what you want to do is draw attention because as soon as you start doing that the suspects jump back in the car drive away one of the suspects was carrying a knife the two did flee the scene and police are asking for your help to identify the two who were seen in a white car one suspect is believed to be in his early twenties Hispanic or white if you have any information give police or silent witness we're starting out the afternoon with a couple of closures let's check them out with detour Dan valley Chevy dealers traffic center thank you regular and indeed we do let's get right to it first of all we have a police activity situation as love northern Avenue closed east and westbound between twenty Seventh Avenue and I seventeen until further notice no estimated time of reopening you can track down laugher Glendale US sixty eastbound before Arizona eight is at seventy three a crash report at mile marker three fifteen and also state route one seventy seven closed north and southbound near Barnett road it's actually due to a stalled vehicle is blocking that they had to close road because of it jammer Boulevard east of the water one price collusion and a couple others night here we got a spilled load state route eighty nine A. near Plano road and also crash southbound seventeen near bell road it's off to the right involving a big rig the traffic report brought to you by AJ's fine foods discover a seafood lover's paradise during AJ's seafood extravaganza through.

"indian school" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

02:39 min | 9 months ago

"indian school" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"One ninety two three that's a book two four one one and ninety two three there's a lot of reasons why it's dangerous for me I think one of the biggest dangers and pitfalls that face new home buyers that do not have legal representation are the things that the onsite agent will not tell you and there's a there's there's a few things that they will not tell you because it's their job to sell okay and they're not going to tell you water certain things that you might want to avoid for example a couple of the big ones is I you know I do everything I can to sway my buyer from buying homes under need power lines because power lines are eyesores and people don't want to buy a house with a power line right you know right behind them and so when later on down the road when you go to sell your home not only is it gonna take longer to sell but you're not going to get as much money as another similar house right around the corner another pitfall that a onsite age is not going to tell you is yeah you should try to avoid backing up to a major street minor streets not as bad but a major street like a camel back or an Indian school or a Gilbert road or or something like that catastrophic I in my opinion to the value of your home and how long it's going to take for you to sell the home those are things that they're not going to tell you right I am this just in my experience but when I see a home inspector to road a major road it's a minimum of a ten percent that deduction of minimum central so if your home or if the same home across street sells for five hundred thousand dollars or four thousand out immediately you've lost fifty forty thousand dollars just by just by having been backed up to a man right why would an onsite agent tell you that they wouldn't maybe I don't even know and and our and their guess what they're not going to give you a ten percent discount on the home you might even be paying for a lot and I don't know what so being careful that is definitely definitely important and I do like that about the power lines because the other thing we have to take into account is not just the money element but when you want to put a for sale sign on that front yard you're also adding days on market yeah so it usually takes about three times longer to sell a home that has one of those pitfalls there then it would be if they weren't and if your also your kid might pop out with two heads no I'm just kidding that's a that's a.

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"indian school" Discussed on 550 KFYI

550 KFYI

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"indian school" Discussed on 550 KFYI

"During a dust storm. Tom Herman avai dot says they've combined proven technology in a way that's never been done before two different kinds of radar to identify when dust storms are approaching I ten and when visibility is reduced on. I ten. Blowing gusts permanent says to get that information to drivers they will be using closed. Circuit cameras variable. Speed limit signs and overhead message boards. The system should be in place by September bread. Paul fifty KFYI news look at your money. The Dow Jones industrial average gained sixty five points today closing at twenty five nine fourteen five fifty KFYI news time four oh two with look at east side, west side, traffic, here's John Klein and Steve Trela. Well, Deborah, we have slowing in the usual spots. Some of the worst of it in Scottsdale. One zero one southbound from via David all the way down to MacKillop's as well as state route one forty three near university. We are riding the brakes crash reported though, sixty eastbound at McClintock. And it looks like mcauliffe's is still closed from almost school over to the red mountain to to you can use country club, or maybe take all my school over to McDowell that will steer you clear. Taking a look at the west side. It's Steve trello. Well, we have slow traffic. I ten westbound this from sixteenth street all the way out to sixty seventh avenue. Just plan on one long slow go there, I seventeen busy. But well, you're looking a little bit slow on northbound side, we have an accident Indian school east of grand avenue and also seventy Fifth Avenue at Thomas next traffic. Four fifteen Steve trello, five fifty KFYI. I.

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Largest wildfire in California history to burn for rest of August

Arizona's Morning News

01:55 min | 2 years ago

Largest wildfire in California history to burn for rest of August

"That sound air tankers helping to battle what's now the largest wildfire in California state, history also we're learning more about that cave creek. Man who died after jumping out of a freezer, and a Manhattan restaurant and attacking a worker and the, help wanted signs out for Phoenix speedy but is. Anyone paying attention now. The top story here's Jayme what a horrific start to California's wildfire season which is now delivered the, largest fire, in state history are wildfire. Expert KTAR Jim cross is live with the latest now eighteen large fires burning across the state of California north south fourteen thousand firefighters, working non-stop almost three. Hundred of those firefighters from Arizona overnight Mendocino complex fire grew incised to become the largest wildfire. On record in state history bigger than Los Angeles Thomas fire became, the largest fire in California's history that fire broke out in December and overnight the, Mendocino complex fire surpass that. Fire Keep in mind we're still only in August and right now more than a million and a. Half acres burning in fourteen states nationally Nine of those fires but none of them are threatening homes live in the news center Jim cross KTAR news Some of, that hazing in air that's coming. Right from those, fires as well. All. Right let's get over to detour Dan who's in the valley Chevy dealers, traffic center are let's do it man we've got ourselves a pretty decent commute when it comes. To the freeways only one? Crash getting in the way and. It's not even blocking actually. Eastbound near seventh street, that? Wreck is. Off right the service streets all morning long have been your biggest, problem there still are two right not twenty seventh avenue still closed north and southbound Indian school up to Campbell both directions that is where police. Investigation work you're, going to want to get with thirty Fifth Avenue or nineteenth avenue. And the, surface streets man like I say there's a bunch, of wrecks on a watch your, step Camelback inn. Twelfth street a crash Camelback east of forty three. Rd avenue a wreck others at Chandler boulevard east of McQueen another record forty three rd avenue and, union hills eighty third avenue in Indian school Alevis to..

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Massive wildfire rages after becoming largest in California's history

Arizona's Morning News

02:04 min | 2 years ago

Massive wildfire rages after becoming largest in California's history

"Battle what is now the largest wildfire in California's state. History also coming up more. About the cave creek. Man who died after jumping, out of a freezer in a Manhattan restaurant and. Attacking a worker and. Now they're top story here's Jayme west horrific start to California's wildfire season which is now delivered. The largest fire in state history are, wildfire expert KTAR Jim cross is live with the. Latest Jamie right now eighteen large fires, burning in California fourteen thousand firefighters running around, the clock almost three hundred firefighters from Arizona over there. Overnight the Mendocino, complex. Fire. Exploded in size becoming the largest wildfire record in. California history two hundred eighty three thousand acres. Bigger than Los Angeles this is ABC woah Carl Thomas fire became, the largest fire in California's history that fire broke out in December and overnight the, Mendocino complex fire surpass that. Fire Keep in mind, we're still only in August now right now, there are more than a million and a half acres. Burning in fourteen, states. Most. Of it in the west nine of those fires but those are not threatening homes live in. The news center Jim cross KTAR news Thank you Jim at six. Thirty one and now from the valley Chevy dealers traffic center here's detour Dan thank you, sir we did pick up a new freeway crash. Believe it or not it's not. On ice editing there's like three of them for over on the seventeenth we'll touch on in the second. The new just came in on the east side westbound US sixty west of alma school and it's off left up against that, median wall the other crashes on the seventeenth just referred to one of them just cleared, northbound seventeen north of sixteenth street that was out of there but, the other two remain northbound seventeen north. Of Dunlap and northbound seventeen near. Peoria. Both crashes off to the right surface streets be careful which ones you choose, the twenty seventh avenue is closed on your, this morning north and southbound for police investigation work. From Indian school to Campbell the half mile or north. Of there but it is in. Both directions thirty fifth and. Nineteenth avenues would come in handy van Buren west of nineteenth avenue a crash and grand avenue at Thunderbird equation and just want, to give you a. Heads up this is going to be the I ten frontage..

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Nikki Bella, Alex Rebecca and Nick Offerman discussed on Arizona's Morning News

Arizona's Morning News

01:32 min | 2 years ago

Nikki Bella, Alex Rebecca and Nick Offerman discussed on Arizona's Morning News

"Maker shows hosted by parks and, recreation cast, members any colour and Nick Offerman speaking of television Alex Rebecca's contained. That he'll be done with jeopardy by twenty twenty when his contract is up so who does he think should. Replace them for him the front runners are sports caster? Alex house, an attorney Laura cokes who's an analyst on CNN. And WWE stars Nikki Bella and John CENA are reportedly calling it, quits again earlier this year about a month before their. Wedding Date Nikki called off their engagement although they got back together she. Says they're now just friends Mickey and her sister Greek grew up in Scottsdale and graduated from chaperone high school Seven forty nine once again detour Dan now from the valley Chevy dealers traffic center getting through it little by little. Cleanup is actually starting to, show up in the terms of closures have been cut in half and it looks like a lot of the traffic signals are starting to get repaired so we're. Digging out well it looks like right now they're still to those closures remain though one of those for downed power lines highway east and westbound Arizona. Farms to Bella vista close the other closure. Is related to a young girl that was hit by a vehicle hit and run crash to fifty nine th avenue in Indian school entire intersection closed as investigation. Work begins there I ten eastbound east of ninety first avenue wreck. Off to the left and now a. Crash on the one zero one freeway westbound, at the Hayden exit ramp you're going to see this wreck off to the side. As well stop up fifty one south of Glendale you get a crash. Off to the right and, you got a seventeen minute..

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There may be a second facility illegally housing migrant children in Phoenix

The Conservative Circus

02:06 min | 2 years ago

There may be a second facility illegally housing migrant children in Phoenix

"No to answering questions, during a White House. Photo op a reporter asked Trump if Russia is still targeting US elections he said. No and then stated that no president has been, tougher, on Russia then he has secretary of state Mike Pompeo insists the US is making headway in talks with North, Korea, at, a White House cabinet, meeting today. Pompeo said there's, a, lot, of work ahead on efforts to get the north to end. Its nuclear program now after. Recent talks, the north accused the US of having, a. Gangster. Like attitude on denuclearization closer to home? A man on the, US marshals, fifteen most wanted list it's been in Arizona since two thousand seven, the Hell's Angels gang Members accused of partially decapitating a woman. And stabbing, her, nearly thirty times over a decade ago, he was arrested, in America, county and. Released with a GPS device but shortly after he ripped it, off and then fled the country, he was picked up, by cops and Argentina, back in, twenty eleven and has finally exhausted all of his appeals he was returned to the US on Tuesday and now. Faces a, long. List of charges Jayson Campadonia five fifty KFYI news a man. Accused of threatening to kill the. TSA agent because she's a woman police arrested twenty nine year old Mohammed Hussein that's guy harbor our international airport. The Phoenix police report says he also threatened responding officers then grabbed a female officer by the neck he. Now, faces multiple charges, well there are reports that immigration and customs enforcement contractor and the was housing migrant children, at another unlicensed facility here in Phoenix democrat state Senator. Steve Farley who is running for governor says, he's spoken with witnesses Who've seen. Children in the building on east twentieth street and Indian school we don't have a four year exactly who these kids are where they're coming from we suspect that these are some of those kids that we've. Been hearing about have been taken from their parents who haven't yet. Been reunited despite the court order earlier this month MVM admitted housing, migrant kids in bacon office building on Thomas and twentieth.

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Trump plans to announce Supreme Court pick July 9

Mac and Gaydos

01:49 min | 2 years ago

Trump plans to announce Supreme Court pick July 9

"Traffic now five thirty i'm becky lynn and here's our top story two women are among the president's top choices to succeed retiring supreme court justice anthony kennedy at word from trump today the president also announcing he plans to announce his pick for the high court july night white house counselor kellyanne conway later today on the south lawn asked by reporters if the process of selecting a new supreme court justice is being rushed the president's on an artificial timeline for such an important decision but he's been working on this process why or someone literally for two years please now are the human remains found last week outside of a construction site in chandler to be those of a chandler woman who's been missing for about ten years body which was a very decomposed female was positively identified as that of jamie lady for those that are familiar with jimmy lady case she was reported missing back on may twenty eight to twenty ten by her father chandler police detective sets tyler tells ktar jamie's ex boy friend rick valentini is serving fifty four years in prison after he was convicted on a second degree murder charge for jamie's disappearance and death although her body had been found the valley will pay respects to the victims of the capital gazette shooting that killed five people the vigil will be held tomorrow at the journalists memorial at steele indian school park that will begin at eight pm there's growing concern this afternoon for missing woman in mesa silver alert remains active for seventy year old mary sullivan schultz the red haired woman was last seen yesterday at her care facility in mason near broadway and shoes seen wearing a short sleeve unknown colored v neck shirt she had dark capri style pants and was barefoot mesa police say o'sullivan schulz's diagnosed as bipolar and has.

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Florida man kills four children, himself during standoff

Bruce St. James and Pamela Hughes

01:23 min | 2 years ago

Florida man kills four children, himself during standoff

"Eight thirty three it's ninety degrees in apache junction happening right now there's been an officer involved shooting near second avenue in osborne that's between thomas and indian school phoenix police say no officers are hurt but a suspect is down keep it here on ktar for more details as we get them an hours long hostage standoff standoff came to a terrible in last night and central florida orlando police chief john mina says officers internet apartment where 35yearoldman have been holding four kids hostage to find all five of them dad were his children belong to families have been notified the kids ranged in age from one to eleven years old the standup began with a man fired on officers who were responding to a domestic dispute one officer was shot but is expected to survive there's a big need for blood donations right now and the red cross is kicking off a campaign that may just get your attention zona red cross's blood is only good for fifty six days rita vicki's a donor recruitment manager for the red cross she says the need is growing too we need let every two seconds and in the last four years we had a decline of eighty thousand first time blood donors she says donating is easy you don't even have to know your blood type redcrossblood dot org one eight hundred red cross download the blood donor app kathy klein ktar news after the.

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Dr Michael Cowan, Ktar and Ducey discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show

The Dave Ramsey Show

01:51 min | 2 years ago

Dr Michael Cowan, Ktar and Ducey discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show

"In the news center with the latest teachers don't seem to be taking to the twenty percent pay hike promised to them by twenty twenty from governor ducey i'm a teacher and i am really really not okay with this budget proposal because he leaves out so many of our support style and also doesn't even touch earth people spending ktar's bruce st james and pamela hughes s arizona teachers how they felt about the proposal to teachers they would rather the money put towards classrooms and their own pay which is about so much more than teachers and if they do accept only care about his teachers and not the rest of the tap on campus mesa public schools superintendent dr michael cowan telling ktar he appreciates ducey's responsiveness to teachers and that he's presented what he thinks is a strong viable option for the state to improve education however several schools today were read in protest to the announcement governor ducey's office tells ktar they've received positive feedback to the proposal made live in the news center i'm ali vetnar ktar news at twelve oh what would traffic every six minutes here's larry lewis live from the valley chevy dealers traffic center well bob we get crash activities slow things down for us on the two two red mountain westbound the fifty second street on ramp is blocked up this student went accident likely at fifty second street in the two zero two involving a pedestrian so if you're headed that way let's see a bit of a slowdown ten eastbound downtown crash for you east seventh street that one has got vehicles off left and off right collision bell road at tatum nother one forty three rd avenue south of indian school traffic's brought to you by scientology network the only things more interesting than what you've heard is what you had it curious watch scientology network under tv channel three twenty or go to scientology dot tv i'm larry lewis ktar news ktar weather for the valley it'll be sunny.

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Arizona governor proposes 20 percent teacher pay raise by 2020 amid walkout threat

Mac and Gaydos

02:33 min | 2 years ago

Arizona governor proposes 20 percent teacher pay raise by 2020 amid walkout threat

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"indian school" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"indian school" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Governor's office of highway safety says they also talked to more than four hundred forty designated drivers very good numbers and we saw an increase on that to do a huge amount almost by hundred he says the number of miners arrested for drinking was also significantly less than last year all right so it was kind of an awkward and smelly night of dishes on american idol this contest and brought her dog peekapoos and let's just say the pup lived up to its name every time the girl started to seeing the dog decided to the dog is taken a poop that was a reflection on her talent or not judges katy perry luke bryan and lionel richie did make light of it though ktar news time eight oh seven skipping this version of american idol now all right here's detour dan tell you about the kaku on the road well before i even put my foot in it let me tell you that we've already got ourselves one freeway crash but that's it man it's mostly about the ride times the one rec it's a minor one northbound one zero one price at the warner exit ramp you'll see it off to the right but all these other wrecks service street related at this point state route three fortyseven near riggs indian school eastbound at fifty nine th avenue the left lane is blocked and lower buckeye at sixty seventh avenue just east up a crash there traffic lights reportedly flashing in the rat over at fifty first avenue in peoria and a couple of other crashes fifty nine th avenue lower buckeye fifty nine th avenue south of indian school and bethany home road east of fifteenth avenue carbon q wrapping up though road in l meraj this traffic report brought to you by kinetico water kinetico water is scientifically proven to soften water switch from a scam does something that really works and receive a trading credit visit connecticut easy dot com or call six zero two nine hundred.

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Man returns home to Romania to find he's been declared dead

Mac and Gaydos

02:18 min | 2 years ago

Man returns home to Romania to find he's been declared dead

"Restraint luke air force base in glendale is opening up its doors to the public the loop dais airshow is this weekend you can expect military and civilian air act including the us navy blue angels as our headliner rebecca hi c with luke air force base says the blue angels are the navy's premier aerial demonstration team it performs at airshows around the world she says the tora tora tora demonstration will be another crowd favorites they do reenactments of the attacks on pearl harbor as well as some of the opposing battles fought by american fighters the two day event it's free and it starts tomorrow result us tino ktar news sixty three year old constantine really you is not asami but he is officially the walking dead a romanian court has rejected really claim that he's alive after he was officially registered as deceased really went to turkey for work and lost contact with his family in romania was wife had him declared dead two years ago after he resurfaced too late romanian court said he appealed to late and he's dead and that's a big problem for review who points out he has no income and 'cause he's listed as dead he can't get a job let's check on the traffic in the weather we'll start off with detour dan in the ktar traffic center thank you becky lynn here we go again on a friday afternoon and it looks like renewing it with a little bit of stumbling action but only two items in particular we got a carbon on the off ramp on the loop one one northbound at the thomas exit ramp at where it's going to be an egg you're gonna want to exit at indian school but it's going to be the northbound thomas exit you're not going to be able to use this until further notice it's closed until further notice due to this vehicle fire also a stalled vehicle fifty one southbound at mcdowell this is off right not blocking and then the other snags servicerelated crashes at twenty fourth street and just south of lincoln arizona avenue chandler heights forty three rd avenue at cactus and also scottsdale road a drink water this traffic report brought to you by p g p px g scottsdale is a golfer's paradise visit them at fifteen sixteen or eighty third way too shop there apparel or call eight four four.

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"indian school" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class

Stuff You Missed in History Class

02:18 min | 3 years ago

"indian school" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class

"Really hard pressed to lake fit all the way through a football game which is the thing that i did in high school as part of the color guard in the marching band but i cannot tell you what was going on on the field i just i yeldham people yelled and then i went out onto the field during halftime and did my flag routine now i never really got into football hockey m baseball i have both watched with some fervor but football has never been my my spor neither has basketball for that matter but lots of people love often get greet enjoyment from him my best friend is a football fanatic so i hear a lot about it during the season when i am we made that reference in part one to the carlo indian schools football team and i was listing i was doing some research about that because i felt like we should acknowledge it it would be weird not to say something about it since noted has parallels to to these two episodes in so many different ways but i was listening to this explanation about how the football rules at the time differed from the football rules now and it got into this whole thing about the first down line and i was like i'm out i don't a up it's good uh yeah you know where your wallace it's one of those things where i have an almost visceral inability to understand it so many times in my life i have i have read what the first down line is it's just it won't stay in my brain a false directly out the other side took anyway got other stuff in your brain dear blister mail in your brain behind the and it is really great it is from lara laura wrote an email titled aaron burr and a mummified head so of course i have to read that i love everything about and ray we the gate lara says hi tracing holly i just wanted to say thanks forever great podcast recently i enjoyed your feature on theato's rubber allston in a throwback to the episode about her father aaron having grown up in australia i wasn't familiar with their stories and bound their lives extremely interesting so much so i.

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"indian school" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class

Stuff You Missed in History Class

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"indian school" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class

"One every single time if you've listened to our lives show from dallas on pierre to freddie in the modern olympic games you'll know that in nineteen 04 or the olympic games were held in st louis at the same time at though as the world's spare unsurprisingly this led to some problems but it also man there were a lot of athletic activities to take in in st louis including basketball games but the forza basketball team was really the only opportunity to see women's sports women weren't officially allowed to participate in the olympic games yet and women's basketball would not be an olympic sport for another seventy plus years the team did however get the honor of playing an exhibition game at the olympics yes you'll recall these two events happening abutted rate against each other caused so much confusion some people didn't even know the that the olympics were happening some of them that were actually in the olympics thought they were playing at the world fear aside from those couple of early games in their first season of competitive play at this point the fort shaw indian schoolgirls basketball team was undefeated news coverage of their game suggested that they were unstoppable speedier and more agile than the other teams and adept at feints and strategies that their opponents just could not match so philip straem all of missouri decided it was time for somebody to rise to this challenge he put together an allstar teams to play against fort shot in a threegame match to determine who would be champion of the world spare he handselected past members of st louis is central high school team taking the best of the best from the years that central had been state champions this alumna team trained together with the specific goal exclusively of defeating forshaw the games were to take place over three saturday's the first game was held on september third nineteen 04.

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"indian school" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class

Stuff You Missed in History Class

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"indian school" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class

"The trains scarcely that sounds exhausting to me i can barely get off at the airplane and come back to the office and start working and they had been in transit on a train for a couple of weeks got off the train and play to mandalay recital all of this serves exhaustig go play basketball game ramin change clothes who you're going to dance for a while you're going to place of music and you're going to do recipes yes that's exhausting it is and we're gonna talk about the time that they spent doing this and st louis after another quick sponsor break hey everyone at euro pal chuck from stuff he should now here to announce movie crush my new awesome solo podcasts right interview your favorite people about their favorite movie it is terrific if you want to hear pignataro john hodgman and kevin pollock an author john ronson podcast a roman mars in griffin mcelroy in author aj jacobs all talked about their favorite movie with me you need to check out moody crush in subscribe launches november 3rd you'd get it apple per anywhere you get your podcasts we a see before the break it had taken the fork shah basketball team and their coach and chaperones about two weeks to travel from school to st louis once they got there they kept up a busy schedule in addition to their demonstration classes at the model indian school they had regularly scheduled performances of their hiawassee recitation song in the mystic and they're mandolin concertos twice a week weather permitting they held basketball exhibitions in the courtyard outside of the model school the players had down time the usually spent it down at the pike which became a favorite place to wander and watch and try out new foods most of their games on the fairgrounds were scrimmages but they did actually leave the fairgrounds to play against several local high school teams even though they never had a homecourt advantage and they did not have the welcoming crowd that they had grown used to back in montana they still.

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"indian school" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class

Stuff You Missed in History Class

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"indian school" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class

"To of scheduling games all across the state when there was not an organized way to do it for a luck dance by other teams to play against fort shaw which by this point had proven itself to be a powerhouse and just being more focused on preparing for a multi month trip to st louis according to the anaconda standard it was because quote there is no girls team in the state that can give them anything like a tussle they stand alone and unrivaled whatever the reason for charges didn't get much of a competitive scheduled together for the nineteen or three season so instead of playing against other teams fort shaw spent most of the season playing scrimmage games this gave the new players more opportunities to play and practice performing in front of a crowd meanwhile the schools vocational classes made new uniforms still with longsleeved tops was sailor callers and bloomer like pants with red and white trim to distinguish between the two scrimmage teams in addition to all their scrimmage exhibitions the young women had a lot of other skills to brought to brush up on before going to the world's fair in addition to doing their academic and vocational work in front of an audience that the model indian school they would be performing in mandolin recitals doing literary recitations and giving demonstrations of gymnastics and calesthenics lizzy worth acted as choreographer for their demonstrations and foreshadows shows music teacher fern evans set the program and trained them further musical recitals lilley be crawford train them and they're literally recitations which was the one aspect of their preparation that the girls struggled with most of the girls have been playing team games together since childhood and they had been studying music since they entered forshaw the schools music program was also highly regarded with the band accompanying the basketball team and holding performances at halftime and after the game but almost none of them really had any experience speaking in front of a.

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"indian school" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class

Stuff You Missed in History Class

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"indian school" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class

"Mm in addition to being with superintendent at the school campbell had been an athlete himself some sources actually credit him with being the one who introduced basketball at fort shot but it was definitely played there for a couple of years before he became superintendent from his own first hand experience he thought athletics were a good way to build a person self esteem and sense of worth on top of helping to develop a strong and healthy body so he focused on improving and building up all the schools athletics teams but it was really the girls basketball team that he saw as having the most promise for bringing good publicity to the school and its students basketball had barely made its way into montana at this point there were so few other teams to play against that the foreshore girls team's first game against another school was actually against a boys team and that he was from great falls them campbell organized another girls team in sun river which was not far away so the fort shotty would have someone else to play when it was time for games he would bring the sun river team in by wagon fort shot defeated sudden river easily every time of course more more schools more other programs started having basketball teams but the play against those other teams the fort shot team had the start travelling farther and farther away and late nineteen o2 they travel to butte montana by waggin and then trained where they where they defeated the butte high team fifteen to nine the next day they travel to helena again by train and this time they were defeated fifteen to six.

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"indian school" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class

Stuff You Missed in History Class

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"indian school" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class

"So those basketball her agreement foresaw was actually the first basketball program organized in the state of montana it immediately became immensely popular among the girls at the school physical games played in teams were already a really important element of pretty much all of their indigenous cultures basketball also had some similarities to a number of native girls games these included double ball which used a pair of balls tethered together and then toss from a stick which was exclusively a women's sport among most of the plane's tribes there was another game called shitty which was a lot like field hockey and used curved sticks which was generally a women's rule irwin's game as well uh some tribes also had versions of lurk lacrosse crossed that were played by women basically there were a lot of team sports with balls specifically played by women among a lot of different indigenous cultures basketball was also a lot more fun in physically active than physical culture class uh and it was the one time of day when students could really shed some of the schools cultural expectations they could participate in unladylike behavior like running in jumping with abandon although the boys at the school had shown an initial interested basketball as well sealed the girls were outperforming them on the court in their interest waned they also had plenty of other teams worse to choose from whereas the girls did not because there was no other basketball program in montana at the time for the first few years of basketball at foresaw indian school all of the games were intramural scrimmage matches even so they were as popular with the local community as they were with the girls at the school at an end of year ceremony game in 1887 they didn't enter mural demonstration that brought in three hundred spectators to watch.

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"indian school" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class

Stuff You Missed in History Class

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"indian school" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class

"Retaliating by painting all of the balls maroon it's it is a great story and it it's one of the few other things about team sports i might interest myself enough in suing got it on it some time later i like a little subversion through it meant makes it super fun had if it it's a it's fascinating anyway so niece nece original game of basketball to get back to basketball i had thirteen rules not going to read them all but they included that the bulk could be thrown or batted with one or both hands but not with a fist shouldering holding pushing tripping and striking opponents were all fouls as was hitting the ball with the fist the game was played in two 15minute halves with a five minute rest but otherwise the clock did not stop during play so it was a fairy fastpaced game not a lot of stopping a plea low compared to today although it wasn't listed in the thirteen original rules the game started with a jump ball or a tip off at center court and both teams returned to centrecourt for another jump ball after baskets were scored soon after naismith drafted the first set of rules women's colleges in the northeastern of taking of basketball as well send a berenson of smith let's released an adapted rule set for women in eighteen 92 in eighteen ninety six she headed up a committee to create an even further modified set of rules for girls which made the game so much easier and less intense that a lot of programs especially west of the mississippi just ignored them and had the girls play by what were called the quote boys rules especially for girls teams that had already been playing by the same rules as everyone else at they were like phnom not doing that.

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"indian school" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class

Stuff You Missed in History Class

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"indian school" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class

"Show game was closer to soccer then to american football as we know it today this rugby soccer hybrid of american football grew up over the next decade or so and the carlyle indian school football team which was founded an eighteen 93 played a big role in the evolution of that sport on average the carlyle football players were much smaller than the players on the teams that they played against and they came up with a ton of strategic tricks to get around this disadvantage if there wasn't a specific rule against it they would try it there are still american football rules today that came about as the inter collegiate football rules committee outlawed carlisle strategies inbetween seasons i'm just going to continue with this digression for a moment to say that i i do not care about football as a sport there are a lot of you know social and economic and medical and political issues around football that i care a lot about but like it's i it would take a lot to make me sit down and watch a football game all the way through uh even so this whole story of the carlyle indian school football team is fascinating and i wanted to an episode about it one day jim thorpe whose name in the fox language translated too bright path was the first native americans win a gold medal at the olympics for united states he was one of the players and their strategies and the the ways that he he uh bit every rule if it wasn't specifically outlawed their coach pop warriner would would try it so what that the whole story is just fascinating and bazaar and have stuff in it like the karlau team sewing these leather football shaped patches on their uniforms to trick harvard into thinking they all have the ball an at harvard.

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"indian school" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class

Stuff You Missed in History Class

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"indian school" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class

"Along with two other young women from the black feet reservation in eighteen 93 josie wanted to be a teacher and she hoped that by taking this job as an assistant she would be able to work her way up the ladder she had probably learned to play basketball while studying at carlisle in the in school and she introduced the sport at fort shaw around eighteen ninety six at first playing with a soccer ball and makeshift baskets until the school eventually approved the purchase of regulation equipment games were played in the army bases old dance hall which had a packed dirt floor and was easily big enough to accommodate the court and the players basketball which is actually two words this point was not just new to fort shot in the in school james naismith have developed the sport only about five years before its introduction there it developed at at springfield college in connecticut which was also known as the international ymca training school he had been looking for a team sport that could be play lead indoors particularly during the winter months when the colleges football teams regimen of calesthenics marching in weight training was just not sufficient to keep up their physique around the turn of the 20th century football was extremely violent teams basically faced off against each other in a wedge formation and they kind of threw themselves at each other full force it was not at all something that could be played in a confined space on him indoorsurface without risking even more injuries than were already happening during regularplay so in creating basketball naismith was trying to invent a team sport that was fastpaced in vigorous but did not involve large young men hurling themselves into one another as hard as possible this kind of a side note here the football that niece myth was trying to replace was also really knew the first college football game is generally marked is happening between princeton and rutgers on november six of 18 sixty nine although that.

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"indian school" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class

Stuff You Missed in History Class

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"indian school" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class

"The number of requests related to this in some way over the years we have gotten approximately an equal number of requests for the residential school programme in canada and about specifically carlisle school in the united states but like carlisle as we've just said was part of a much much bigger system so after the break we're gonna talk more about fourshot indian school specifically and how it went up starting a basketball program this episode of steffi missed history class is brought to you by blue apron the number one fresh ingredient and recipe delivery service in the country blue apron's mission is to make incredible home cooking accessible to everyone and they achieve this by supporting a more sustainable food system setting the highest standards for ingredients and building a community of home chefs there is her as a becoming up that is krispy wild alaskan pollack and garlic mashed potatoes with roasted broccoli and turter sauce and i'm glad that my husband doesn't like seeff because i meeting both of their servings it is so delicious am i really enjoy cooking on a level that i did not enjoy before we started getting blue apron delivered to our home you can choose from a variety of new recipes every single week or let blue apron's culinary team surprise you that's what i do and i have never been disappointed recipes are not repeated within a year so you will never ever get bored check out this week's menu and get thirty dollars off your first order with free shipping by going to blue apron dot com slash history you're going to love how good it feels and tastes to create incredible home cooked meals with blue apron so don't wait that's blueaproncomhewitt serie blue apron a better way to cook.

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Stuff You Missed in History Class

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"indian school" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class

"Support for stuff you missed in history class comes from our friends at rocket mortgage by quicken loans chances are you're pretty confident when it comes to your work or your hobbies or your life rocket mortgage gives you that same level of confidence when it comes to purchasing a home or refinancing your existing home loan with rocket mortgage you can apply simply and understand fully so you can mortgage confidently to get started go to rocket mortgage dot com slash history equal housing lender licensed in all fifty states nmlsconsumeraccess dot org number thirty thirty welcome to you step you missed in history class from how stuff works dot com hello and welcome to the podcast i'm tracy being wilson and i molly from time to time we get requests from listeners or an episode about some kind of sports history that's true and we do i mean we have episodes that are related to the olympic games and some that are on swimming weightlifting in several different types of racing including horses and speedboats and automobiles we have not really talked a lot about team sports which i think is what people are asking for women housekeeper sports yes today's subject as the fort shot indian school girls basketball team they became world champions in nineteen 04 which is pretty early in the entire history of that sport but the story also plays outright and the intersection of two other pretty big stories there's the american indian boarding school program and the united states and also the nineteen 04 st louis world's fair so we are going to tackle the story in two parts and today's part one we have the background on this boarding school system at the fort shaw school was part of as well as how basketball came to you and florist at the school and then impart to we will.

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"indian school" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"indian school" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Am jet apple murad i'm robert cros which is radio labin getting back to our story on the carlyle indian school in the birth of the modern game of football one of the most important moments in the story happens at a time when football was right on the edge of disappearing ooh talking about nineteen of five this was the most violent year in football to this point nineteen people died on the football team one nine one done this nineteen that's crazy because what would have been is that carlo would try and do these things to sort of open up the game the i've is with consistently respond by making the game more about brute force more about violence seattle these deaths and suddenly all the major programmes on the worst spooked colombia polls there are there for bolting harvard even thinks about doing that and so and this is kind of odd into the fray steps the president of ukraine states of america teddy roosevelt or get because he was a fair according to conrad krim heaved light football he like the the mainly aspects of at the tough aspects of it but the nobody like people die and then there was his kit his his son was playing and and getting beat up pretty badly as well broke his nose slit his eyebrow one day we got knocked out cold so after the violence of o5 the president calls the presidents of all these colleges and so on to washington and according to david adams he basically tells them that the rules had to be rewritten it had it become a little bit more safe at least or it would be banned all in out of that we see a couple of rule changes first of the school decide in order to loosen up the pile so to speak they're going to tinker with the down yardage ratio instead of golf three downs again five yards becomes three downs to gain ten yards three down to get to ended.

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