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"jennifer nora" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"Chicago's North West Side, who lost four of her uncles to the virus. She and her 30 year old son are also recovering from covert 19 memorial that we had for everybody that we lost during Covic it brain A lot of people together to remember all these that we lost. We lost fathers. We lost brothers Way lost Uncle's something just to keep them. You know, in memories. It was an awesome ceremony. Otero says the memorial helped her cope with the pain of losing her uncles as well as gave her strength. She needs to continue her recovery from the Corona virus. Jim Goddess, NewsRadio 105.9 FM. Their laptops will remain their constant school day buddies until at least next year for some students in East Aurora 68% of parents who responded to a survey from East Aurora District, 1 31 said they wanted to stay in remote learning. That was one of the data points reference by Superintendent Jennifer Nora when she announced it a video to families. The K through 12 district would remain out of school buildings until January. We are fully aware of the fact that no matter which decision we were to make whether to return to hybrid or whether to continue remote learning We would not make everyone happy with our decision. She says The district's specialists will be working to address parent's concerns about the social and academic ramifications of the move on their Children. And see Hardy NewsRadio. 105.9 FM People along Louisiana's Gulf Coast or getting ready for Hurricane Delta is expected to come ashore late today is a strong category two storm pretty close to where Hurricane Laura hit six weeks ago. This is CBS News meteorologist.
"jennifer nora" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"Farmers now for the legal something available in every state only available, it's like farmers policies of its terms. Conditions underwritten by farmers struck a fire insurance exchanges are 8 11. It will be 2021 before some students in East Aurora return to their classrooms in person. 68% of parents who responded to a survey from East Aurora District, 1 31 said they wanted to stay in remote learning. That was one of the data points reference. By Superintendent Jennifer Nora. When she announced it a video two families, the K through 12 District would remain out of school buildings until January. We are fully aware of the fact that no matter which decision we were to make whether to return to hybrid or whether to continue remote learning We would not make everyone happy with our decision, She says. The district's specialists will be working to address parent's concerns about the social and academic ramifications of the move on their Children. Nancy Hardy, NewsRadio 105.9 FM. City leaders in Sycamore say the tap water is safe to drink. But some residents say they have independent tests. They show their tap water may have unsafe levels of lead. Brian Gregory is the city manager comply with all the standards. The testing is done in the fashion that the requires and at the end of those results. What they indicate is that the water is safe for consumption. Homeowner Amber keep No says she believes Gregory's being honest, but I think for far too many years they have ignored the residents and downplayed the issues. But I don't believe that. To cover anything up, but I don't think they gave it the attention that it deserves. Gregory sense possible sources of the lead our pipes and plumbing fixtures in homes, especially those built before 1986. Hey, when at command is facing federal charges in an alleged price gouging scheme connected to the pandemic, 60 year Old Creek or Pepe Zoonie is accused of illegally hoarding thousands of scarce and 95 respirator masks in March and April of this year, then selling them online for an average markup of more than 230%. He owns Concorde health Supply in Skokie, Your AC You weather five day forecast and the latest on a really great night for the bears. All of that coming up. It's 8 13. Stay in the No on demand. Download the W BBM all local podcast updated several times each day from NewsRadio 7 81 5.9 FM..
"jennifer nora" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO
"And I'm your host Jaren steal. It is what I love to do is talk about all of the things that are happening in the arts community and tonight, we have in studio brand new seat allied to call a brand new. I think is their second year, and it's called prime productions their motto we seek to explore illuminate and support women over fifty. Hey now and their stories through the creative voice of performance. Joining me in studio three beautiful women that can do exactly this. We have no along Jennifer Whitlock and director Shelly place all in studio tonight to talk about their new venture, the new piece that they are opening welcome to all of you. Thank you Shelly. You said you wanted to do this. This was your dream in over a year ago two years now, and here you are how does it feel it feels a little overwhelming sometimes? Times. But you know, when you have a theater like the Guthrie, Colin you up and saying, we we'd like to talk and also our next production. The same thing happened with Richard cook at park square. So we went from one production. And both of these theaters saw our last production our first inaugural production, little voice at mixed blood. And based on that we went from one production in three staged readings to now two full productions and our second year. And it's amazing. Congratulations. That's a really big deal. And by the way, you are very good at starting partnerships. And continuing those relationships, I know you so I know how you do that. So well done. So this particular piece tell us a little bit about it. Well, this piece I it it met all the criteria of what prime is about. It had two fabulous roles for women over fifty roles that were not necessarily two women sitting around talking about men. They were they're not that. There's anything wrong with that. But there are these women are smart. They are sassy. They are sexy. And and they're just terrific parts. One. Nora plays a paleo climatologist a paleo tried to say that three times. I love it. You have played so many different roles. It's just so awesome. And. And Jennifer plays a US Senator. Hey, now a woman of power. Sitting sitting on the committee for climate change. How about that? Wow. How about that? So this takes a revealing look at how the inability to change can have that critical repercussions on everyone and everything around us. Right. It does it it deals with not only the science, but the politics behind getting science done. I mean, our political climate now is so polarized. And I use that word on purpose because it's the different extremes. But also do these two characters represent that extreme. Not not necessarily. But in the action of the play. There is a well Norris character. She can talk more about it. But she's gone through a personal loss. And she is frozen in her in her emotional state. That's a good way of putting national state, and who was written by this is written by a wonderful woman of a certain age called tear up palmquist, and she will be in town this week for the opening the opening and she will be doing talkback after the Sunday matinee excellent now. Of course, I was gonna ask you that. Because this sounds perfect for talkback NorTel me a little bit about your character. Well, MFL PTS is. She's a very intelligent, obviously as a paleo climatologist, a very intelligent woman. But also a woman who is dealing with some personal loss dealing with some sort of issues of her own that are paralleling in certain ways her journey. With this trip to Washington DC. She's there to testify in front of the oversight committee. On climate change sharing her expertise, but she's going through this. It's to me this piece feels allegorical as well as literal because she is going through her own. Your own own smelting. She's exactly so this is really apropos for today. This is what's happening today, and the people trying to deal with is still have to deal with their personalized. And then there's the Senator and Jennifer in order to be that politician. Do you come off as being carrying at? How do you? How do you study had? Well, you've got so many examples, of course, our own, you know, Senator klobuchar tell me how you deal with this particular character. Well, it's very interesting. Because again in the space that we're living in today, you're watching it day in day out. And I think that the Senator in this space, I want her to be carrying. Of course, I bring 'em in. I've been talking to using Jennifer terms. The knuckleheads of of the advisory committee for years and trying to get them to understand and open and see the space. That's there. So my getting ready for in a sense is pushing kind of what I do by day in corporate America, and and. Trying to drive change that needs to happen. Trying to open the eyes and the ears of those around us to recognize the devastation that can be occurring. If we don't do something now and make a change. It really is the urgency of it. All right. It's the urgency in how are you working in this particular piece Shelley to make sure that that message is heard. Well, the piece is set in three particular places it said in Greenland, it's set in Boulder Colorado where she teaches and it set in Washington. And the the the amazing thing about this play is that it travels through her mind to all of these places. Some of them are flashbacks and it moves constantly. So a couple of things we've done to help this along is we have a series of projections that take us places. We also have a Broadway composer that named Kevin Farrell who has composed MS theme. We're calling it and different variations of that theme that will travel throughout. So there's that's clever. It's got a nice. It's got a nice touch to it. Then little heart people want. I can't be a lot when it comes to theater. Right. I mean, I just saw Hamilton. And wow. Yet. There are those pieces where you don't need any of that. Right. You don't have to have a whole lot of candy. You just need to understand and be able to travel with this. I think it's really clever which I always say that anything anything technical like that is meant to complement the right not to compete with the actor. So that's part of the it's a fine line. And we move into the theater on Tuesday and will start to that that balancing act, and this is happening in the Guthrie's Dowling. Yes. Well, congratulations. This is going to be big. I cannot wait to see I have to go and see this. This is playing until it's playing until it opens on the fifth place until the twenty first. So the twenty-first fifth through the twenty-first again is called two degrees. And you gotta go see this Shelley has been doing a remarkable job with prime productions. I'm just she kept saying she's going to do it. She did it and this is again working with a gutsy theater and then coming up park square. Can I just mentioned are two wonderful leading men. Yes. Well, they're leading. Oh, yes. Definitely call. Yes. Men, and they are fabulous. Joel less men who you all know from the Guthrie is there, and there's a gentleman that you might not know whose name is Tucson Morrison. And he does a lot of spoken word. He's just come off the a tour of of hip hop. An our be interesting fact every single person in the cast is a fabulous singer. And there's not a note being sung at all. They're all getting they're acting chops on and I'm very proud of zest for sure congratulations to all of you. I'm coming to see the show. I'm really going to work hard to come see the show and blessings this is a message that needs to take place, and I wanna come on as a talkback. Is there a talkback every night? No. But there is one there's the one with the tier on the seventh. And then there's one with the ladies of prime the three co founders on the twelfth. And then there is one with a paleontologist. Oh, yes. Dr. Louisa Brad Miller, and she will be there Friday the nineteenth and for those people who need. Assistance for hearing or sign language or open caption. We had that altogether on the twentieth matinee, well, congratulations really looking forward to seeing you Jennifer Nora. Wow. Wow. Wow. Shelley? Thank you so much for coming in studio. Thank you. All right. Coming up next. We'll be our final guests insists centerstage our. We'll be back in a moment. The.