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Middleweight boxer Marvin Hagler dies at 66
"Middleweights has died. Joe Stern reports. Boxing promoter Bob Arum said he was the most loyal, dedicated fighter he ever promoted. He was talking about marvelous. Marvin Hagler, who died Saturday at his home in New Hampshire Angler was the undisputed middleweight champ from 1982 1987 after winning the W B, a WBC and the ring middleweight titles from British boxer Alan Minter. Hagler finishes fight career 62 3 in two out doing Tommy Hearns, Roberto Duran, John Mugabi and mentor before losing a split decision to Sugar Ray Leonard in his final fight. He's a member of the International Boxing Hall of Fame and was only knocked down once in his professional career. Marvin Hagler Dead at the age of 66. Joel Stern,
"joe stern" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"All goes as planned, the checks could soon be in the mail. President Biden is praising Senate passage of his $1.9 trillion coded relief bill. Speaking from the White House on Saturday, Biden called it quote a giant step forward on delivering the help. He promised the American people. When he took office. The massive stimulus package passed on a 50 to 49 vote with no Republican support. It includes $1400 direct checks to Americans. And extends unemployment benefits. It still needs to be re approved by the House before going to President Biden's desk for signature. The covert tracking project says it will stop publishing its data. After Sunday. Matt Madison has more it announced last month at hundreds of volunteers have tracked down and published statistics from the Corona virus pandemic, including number of cases, deaths and hospitalizations. They added. There is enough evidence the government's public health officials are now doing that work and there was no longer a need for them to do so. They said they will continue to collect the information for a couple of months and expect to totally wind down operations. By May I'm at Madison, Two more women are coming forward to alleged sexual misconduct against the governor of New York. No more, press said. Karen Hinton told The Washington Post, Andrew Cuomo summoned her to a dimly lit hotel room and embraced her twice after a work event in 2000. However, Cuomo's director of communications vehemently denied those allegations, saying Hitting is a known antagonist to the post and she's trying to take advantage of the situation. Second woman. Former aide analyst says Cuomo asked her if she had a boyfriend and touched her lower back and then been a year since the Kobe it outbreaks gray Legos feet outside of mall near Oregon in sand, proper 40 thing, a man which piles of boxes in a wooded area, which police found to have new Lego set that Nucky of San Jose was one of more than 3500. Passengers stuck on board. He says Through his experience on board, he learned lessons that would prove valuable to navigating the rest of the pandemic. But despite this, he says he would still want to go on another cruise, adding It's a wonderful way to travel. There's been a major breakthrough in the NFL. Joe Stern explains Why a shock is the first black woman to be selected by the NFL to officiate games. She joins the NFL after having served as an official in the Pac 12 and conference. He was a just been grinding for so long that this is just Just it's just the Honor s hurt on CNBC. Shock has been a referee since she started a career with high school football games back in 2006. The Vegas Golden Knights hockey team didn't have to go home, but they couldn't stay at their hotel any longer. After it's suddenly filed for bankruptcy, according to the San Jose Mercury News. The Fairmont Hotel closed its doors while the Hockey club was in the midst of a two game set. Against the San Jose Sharks, the hotel sites financial difficulties brought on by the pandemic. The 806 Room Hotel is the NHL's approved destination for the Sharks opponents. Hotel is reportedly in debt between 105 $100 million and the MBA won't require any of its players to get the cove in 19 vaccine, but the commissioner believes most players will choose to get it. Speaking at a virtual news conference in Atlanta Commissioner Adam Silver said more people around the country are willing to get vaccinated, and he believes that while some are hesitant, most will decide it's.
"joe stern" Discussed on Kinda Funny Games Daily
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"joe stern" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Hey good morning to you eight oh seven W. one hour washing a Country talk coming up half an hour away we speak with legal inventor at the fox news channel he was attacked by rioters this weekend will get his perspective on that event thanks colonies with good morning joining us now Joe stern he is the owner of cobbler's bench shoe repair with twelve stores in our area in the district Virginia and Maryland Joe thank you for joining us appreciate it good morning Merion sorry all we're doing great now you're a small business owner and I would assume the cobblers are considered non essential business which as someone who uses a cobbler quite often because I'm a big fan of just having the issues resolved instead of buying new ones are repaired instead of buying new ones I find it an inconvenience what's it like though this is your livelihood you have twelve stores how is that working for you so we've been shut down since March fifteenth and actually today was the day that we're supposed to go ahead and reopen a a bunch of the stores that are not in enclosed shopping malls and so we're we're really looking for today until I started reading the news this morning about downtown DC because I've got three stores that are within three blocks of the of the White House so a little bit concerning to and from we're waiting for people to get down there to make sure that everything's okay down there I see you don't know yet you haven't been down your store had anybody down that way in the last few days now with the we have people down on Friday getting ready to to go ahead and and re open and you know I just get you know got to the office this morning so we're hopefully yeah I mean we get down there pretty soon I'm saying a prayer for you this morning because I know that area has been rude very dot hit you know in that we're talking of course about re opening because of corona virus but I was down there yesterday on H. street walking past Lafayette square and all the businesses down there there is so much spray paint so many windows smashed out and you've got a location right there next to a right nearby work T. ism is that's a catty corner to the Lafayette square T. as in was hit hard they had fired the date the sprinklers are going off their their place ransacked some open your places okay yeah Joe but you're very close to that near word words we're like right at eight sixteen Connecticut avenues so we're which is inside the bill inside an office building so you know the hopefully give people didn't growing calling back the office bill yeah the office buildings gotcha yeah they don't seem to they don't seem to be doing that so when did it when will you be able to start you have to have any idea of of when that would happen for you so the stores that are not in the office of available in phase one would herbal teas one are are opening today so you know here and they land over and then be on Manassas and Springfield we've got those those guys opening and but and then the ones in DC were supposed to go ahead and open today hopefully Union Station is is is fine so yeah you know that's that that's another one down there so it will be of it we're getting everything open and trying to to get people back to work and you know that it's it's been hard on on these these guys because they're they're really kind of independent businessman and you know and and and live yeah we can we can once a month like like a lot of us do and you know them they are dependent on people bringing their their shoes and purses and things into it to go ahead and get repaired so you know I was looking for today yeah and and get make the economy back going and that kind of thing so yeah now if it's not a pandemic it's a riot it's like this is your crazy Sir Joe Joe I was under the cobbling business how good is it I got it do you do you have a lot especially in DC are there a lot of people who regularly want to come get their shoes you said bags down as well yes so if you have the the the the the businesses has been good my family's been in business for over seventy five years here in in in DC and you know it's you know we went through a and we've gone to a big phase where you know she's got a lot less expensive in that kind of call it the payless affect and and you know we're we're people go ahead by twelve dollar pair shoes and and you know just thrown out as they go but you know they're they're still qualities that that's made out there today so you know people want to go ahead and once of your parents use fits well you know it's better to get it repaired then to go ahead and start breaking in a in an expensive pair issues again so yeah yes the cobblers also do handbags and things like that as well that a lot of people don't know about you know if a woman has a handbag that needs to be repaired or briefcase or something like that you guys do everything it's amazing what what colors can do a quick question for the how have you been have you been playing paying your employees while you have been shut down and if so how have you been doing that so we we kept a couple of employees on as long as we could we did have to go ahead and throw a couple of them which we've got a couple coming back today but it be over the the the whole when when the whole PPP program came out and we started talking with our our bank about it because we get a payroll is such a small portion of of what our are busy you know our our expenses are we decided to go ahead in in in we applied for the the code nineteen divide disaster relief funds which we could do because here prince George's county when when that was declared a disaster area and but so we decided not to file for the the the PPP's just because it didn't make sense for us and I didn't want to go in and take money away from people that needed it you know then you know go ahead and and come to find out that and and and I'm quite happy that the people did get hurt are now going to hopefully be able to to use that money in ways other than you know for for inventories in getting things back up and and going so that you know just because you know if if and hopefully they do keep their their employees on so that you know they can go ahead and get the the the relief and get it you know get all of the fund's waived in the end but we decided not to go ahead and take it we're still waiting for our cook at nineteen application to go it's still in process you know behind you know the other thirty forty million albums that there are so man Sir Joe what are the stakes for you I mean how how at the end of your rope are you when it comes to your business and and how devastating was the shut down for it the hardest part of this point now is is is dealing with landlords in the default letters are starting to go ahead and implement we do have a couple of of of landlords who have been really really great and stepped up in understood and and they've they've given us more than generous rent rent relief and which we truly appreciate and you know because during these times on your word not going in and and charging are are we we don't run a franchise but we're we go ahead and and and went to stores out to these guys so that they can go ahead and run their own businesses and you know since March fifteenth we have not charge them any ranch and were we expecting the Donahue inspecting but we're we're not going to be putting these guys you know it sending them bills for rent and and that kind of thing you know they're they're living paycheck to paycheck and and like a month to month and so this has been devastating for for for these small little independent guys you know it you know she repairs stores are not a Starbucks they're not doing a million dollars a year in sales and so you know these guys are you know calling me and let me know looking we we sweep they want to get back to work so bad and you know and they will be in just a few the family pay their mortgages and you know and and and that kind of thing so you know trying to just get the economy re opens you know will just be a blessing to to go ahead and and get these people and back to work so that they can go ahead and and do their part to to go ahead and then support the economy yeah Joe thank you so much Joe stern he's the owner of cobbler's bench shoe repair in Maryland the district and Virginia and I I hope that when you get to refuse get to the district to get to see your store that has been on touched I I pray for that for you with the destruction was just so devastating I I and I just hope you're not touched by it thank you for joining us we appreciated them best of luck thanks to merry I'll have a good day thank you to save W. M. A. L. traffic and weather every ten minutes for some five years please abandon the heavy carpet cleaning traffic center in Virginia crash on Baron Cameron Avenue at seven as traffic backing up big time eastbound on route seventy get to Baron Cameron Avenue sixty six eastbound crash with the right shoulder but it's fascinating after one twenty three to get to that Lee street south on three ninety five accident has only one lane blocked at exit two Edsall road no that was a mistake I said southbound on three ninety five in the district in down York Avenue as you leave fifty there was a vehicle fire before South Dakota Avenue authorities still on the scene taking care of things and delays begin at the belt while Maryland fifty but southbound B. 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"joe stern" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know
"And number three, Josh max Martin with twenty three. He's the Swedish songwriting sensation behind hits for artists like Britney, Spears, and Arianna Guerande and everyone in between. That's pretty amazing Chuck. It is amazing. But have you ever wondered how songwriters do what they do in the first place? It's a really nice segue, buddy. It turns out if that floats, your boat, then you need to tune in on may twenty eighth on NBC for the groundbreaking new series from the executive producer of the voice. It's called song land. That's right. Song land features some of the top stars music, like John legend, the Jonas brothers and macklemore, those top stars work with unknown songwriters to great the next hit song, and then they're paired with Grammy winning producers in at the end of each episode the artists picks. One of the writer songs to be their next hit. And then get this right after the show, the song is released to the public. So don't miss the premier song man Tuesday may twenty eight on NBC Muslim song, lands podcasts them. Iheartradio app ever. You get your podcast. Oh an before we go. Chuck, there's a little bit of trivia, we got another question. The three producers on song land, each represented different genre pop country in our and be an amazingly all three of worked with these same superstar artists. Can you name that superstar artists? And if you can't don't worry because the answers coming up. All right. So we've been throwing around the term music publishers, a lot, and that sorta means a different thing now than it did back then. But back then music publishers, some of them wrote songs to be sure. But generally, they did not a lot of the early publishers out of tin pan alley had backgrounds as sales people. All right. So there was a guy name very successful publisher name is a door wit, Mark. He started out selling water filters, another one named Leo Feist, sold course it's another one named Joe stern and Edward B marks sold neckties and buttons. And a lot of these people I guess we should point out to came over from Europe a lot. We're Jewish, some African American songwriters. Like they were minorities kind of for the most part early on it feels like right. And they, they saw a huge opportunity in this music business. That was starting to coalesce. Because prior to this, I mean, there were, there were music publishers, but it was basically, some guy who worked at a printer who had a friend who could transpose music by ear, and they would just take some song that they heard and, and turn it into sheet music, and start selling it or they worked at the music store in the music store. Basically did the exact same thing. And so everyone was ripping off everyone else's songs, and anybody could be a music publisher. But when those copyrights started to become enforced, it became much more valuable to invest in original music because you could make a lot more money off of it. So those those a lot of those Jewish immigrants and a lot of the African American songwriters and composers kind of coalesced into New York they came from Boston in Detroit, and Atlanta and Saint Louis and all over the country and all those towns lost their publishing houses, and they all move to new. York, and they very specifically moved to this one little stretch on twenty eighth street, and it became Tim pan alley, and it's really interesting to look at, like how it worked back then and how it sort of mirrored, how MU like music grew out of that model. Really and change in some ways. But kind of stayed the same in a lot of ways to like you always hear about music contracts, and how terrible they are for rock musicians or pop musicians. And it was kind of the same way back. Then these, these publishers got together. They created this songwriting factory on this block of buildings through different companies, and they would get they would recruit songwriters to come in. They had different arrangements. Sometimes they would just buy it outright from you, including the rights to change the name of who wrote it, right? Sometimes they would have the right to throw one of the other more, I guess, once they had, you know stabbed themselves another coach. Author's name on there, but they would just, you know, say write these songs write these songs, and we're going to buy them from you and we're going to try and make them pop. Like you couldn't put him on the radio. So we're going to try and get them popular by getting them onto vaudeville and on stage and sending not in moles, I guess, but it was almost like early Paola right? Sending these performers and devolved Ville to sing these songs, perform these songs and people like well that's pretty catchy. I, I want that right? That's how they that's how they marketed it and that was like the whole thing, like if, if you it was the first time that the that music became an industry, because there was almost an assembly line feel to it where they would have feelers out to find out like what people were into music at the time one of the one of the early transitions that Tim panel underwent was when it started. It was a it was a factory for churning out like comedic often deeply racist songs. Lots of ballads, just what you think of a super old timey songs right? And then the public started to get kind of bored with that. And they decided that they kinda like this ragtime thing that the Scott Joplin fella has has started to create, and so Tim pan alley. This is classic. Tim panel went out figured out, how to play ragtime started co-opting the ragtime genre in created pop music. So they took what was a really difficult kind of music. It's called syncopated rhythm where you've got a melody within a rhythm right? So, you know, ragtime, right, sure. Okay. So they figured out how to take this very difficult thing. And kind of Papa FAI it to make it easy for the audience to play. Because again, here's the thing, they're not saying, hey, you're the best of the best studio musician. We've got this really tough song over here. That sounds great. But it's really tough to. Play. We want to pay you to complete it. We're going to record it and distribute it onto the radio fed didn't exist yet. They had to figure out how to take difficult songs kind of dumb them down into something catchy and memorable and importantly, easy to play, so that they could sell that sheet music to local musicians, or those barbershop quartets, or so that the twelve year old at home. Could play it for the rest of their family. And so that is how they kind of started take popular music, and make it even more popular. They decided what music was popular based on what, what the what America was starting to get into at the time. Yeah. And they would there were these musicians called song, Plugger 's, so how it would work is a music publisher in tin pan. Alley would by a song or the rights to a song off of, of a musician, who wrote it, maybe put their own name on it. And then they would give that song to a song Plugger, who is a musician. He would go and perform this at a music. Shop that may be sold pianos or something like that. And this was pre radio how they got the music out in the public and it was it was crazy. The song loggers got money, Irving. Berlin started out as a song Plugger, right? And so it's kind of, like if you go to a grocery store on a Saturday, and they'll be sitting there giving out samples of something. Sure. And you'll say, oh, this, this cheese with his cracker tastes really good. I'm going to go by this cheese in these crackers. This is the exact same thing except you would say, oh, the song sounds really good. I'm going to buy the sheet music. That's what music plugs were four. That's how they got the word out. They that's how they advertise. The music was to play them. And then another way to do. It is like you were saying they would set vaudeville shows up or musical reviews or Broadway shows, whatever with these popular songs and the song writers to, to help get him out that way, too, so that audiences would go here these things. So you could hear them in the music shop, you could hear him at the theater. You. You might hear them. Well, it's basically it is the theater in the music shop where the two main venues, unless I'm forgetting one. Yeah. And they would that was the, the plugging, but there was also booming. So, yeah. Like I said he had Irving Berlin in, like, George Gershwin started out as a song Plugger, Al Sherman started out as a song Plugger. But if you wanted to be more aggressive than that, even you do something called booming, which is you had by, like twenty five tickets to a show. You would have the Plugger up, they're playing the song. And then those twenty five people were plant basically that already knew the song that would sing along to it. And then everyone, you know, the only thing better than hearing a great song for the first time in nineteen ten in New York City is hearing twenty five people around you singing it, and go, and you're thinking, how have I been missing out on this thing? Right. And that may be the first time it was ever performed in public. And it was all just a big kind of a big. Scam. It was hilarious though, that that's how you just look around and suddenly be overcome with foam. Oh, so you'd be into this new song and run out and buy the sheet music, I guess early foam on. So, so there was this process to all this, and like you said, like you could be a like a no name composer, who would show up at Tim pan alley with the song that you're trying to sell. And if it was good the publisher might buy it. But like you said, you would get some sort of terrible contractor, they would buy it outright. Take your name off of the competition and put their own name on there. But they also hired composers I think like you were saying to where they were they were they had they had a few hits under their belt. So they had a steady gig at the music publisher, and their contract was a little better, but they were not in creative control for the most part where the music, publisher would say, hey, everybody's into this ragtime make me some ragtime songs, everybody's into this jazz in this blue stuff. Make me some blues e kind of stuff that I can turn around and sell and the competition was really fierce among the, the in house composers. Because just because you composed a song doesn't mean it was going to be turned around and transcribed in sheet music. And then. When people would buy it like you, you had to basically audition, your song to see whether it made it to the next level. And so in tin pan alley. And this is where it got its name, there would be, you know, no name composers house composers vaudeville acts all running around playing music from these open windows because there wasn't air conditioning back then. And so at any given time you'd walk down tin pan alley, and there'd be a dozen or scores of different songs all being played on this Pia knows streaming out of the windows onto the street at the same time. And that's where that, that reporter Monroe Rosenfeld came up with the idea Tim panel. He said when he was walking on the street. He was kind of describing what that was like you said it sounded like, you know, bunch of Tim paints being struck at once. Yeah. And this, this whole area of New York, this one block just really be became like a creative. Well, there were vaudeville theaters. There were play theaters, like it was sort of the earliest incarnation of the theater district before it moved toward. Times Square and then other parts of the entertainment industry, obviously, were drawn to that area variety magazine..
"joe stern" Discussed on Doug Loves Movies
"So somebody should do take a clip from that movie where women are walking by saying stupid things they wrote for women to be thinking about just every single one of them was like, I need consent. I need consent. Okay. That'd be easy to do to. Dropout anyway. Who said that what we've been what Justin. Okay. So we're on lucky chicken, run, mother fucker. Chicken run me. Yeah, that's true. Yeah, that's enough snow. There's rated cut Arden animation, checkout. Chicken run, motherfucker. It's like chicken run, but they. Motherfucker. David k Pax, oh, son of a bit. Going right after his Oscar go. Such an Oscar ground. He was really going for it. He was also really China get one for The Shipping News. Never that shares. Though one remembers that. They're like, they're like he works out with the chief us going to pretend to know what that movie was. I know what the movie is arrived. I watch a lot of boring movies. It's like in Newfoundland or something, and he pro Lou novel. Yeah. Yeah. And they're up in somewhere with a lot of snow and they're, they're tying knots a lot about Knox. He works. He works for the look like he's a reporter for the local papers. I don't remember Shipping News. Joe, let's go the patriot. Yeah, that's a good poll. Yeah, Drako Malfoy Zain that. Just in seven. What. Not familiar. Didn't see one through six. No. I know the movie s e seven e n. Seven. That's what I said. Never made any sense to me that they could just stick a seven in for v. On the posters, lucky the road warrior? Yes, the sequel the Mad Max, very good. David Mad Max beyond thunderdome the sequel to road warrior, very good. Demand. I'm gonna go with. Mel Gibson is bald in this one. And it's called the singing detective. Four people saw that one. With Robert junior is based on a BBC series called the singing detective that star. Bob hoskins. To ferment. David, or is it Joe stern? Sorry, David Braveheart. Oh, right..
"joe stern" Discussed on KPCC
"Ago my good friend Joe stern Heimer who is the director of public programs at Lincoln center at Lincoln center out of. Doors she and. I were hanging out in New Orleans and we had just. Gone to see Barbara Lynn the, great guitarist And we were reflecting upon. How women like Barbara Lynn are sort of forgotten. In, the annals. Of rock and roll and pop history starting to talk, about what could we do what can we do to celebrate these women to correct the historical. Record and that, into an idea to create a list of the hundred fifty greatest, albums by women of the recording era we did that last year Joni Mitchell's blue. Is at the top there was quite a bit of enthusiasm throughout the cyber sphere and. That inspired us to move forward and do this year's project which is focused on twenty first century women an attempt. To capture history, in the making, this very moment that we live in these are songs that are performed by women and. Some non binary or trans performers but there were also songs selected by women so how important was, that to you To highlight female voices in criticism absolutely crucial and I'm so glad you asked about that we are living in just like like a glorious time for women writing about music it is it? Is golden age in my opinion and so many women who are among my favorite writers Lindsey sell ads at the ring are Amanda Petra sich at the New Yorker Suzy Exposito at Rolling. Stone pitchfork all of these amazing women really changing the face of. Music writing you know and of cultural criticism in general they are the ones who are rewriting the record and rewriting history on a day to day basis so we invited, not only women from throughout the NPR system. Hosts producers writers but also a select. Group of these elite riders to participate in our poll for this latest piece you, focused on songs written between two thousand and. Twenty eighteen when you step back in Look at the songs that. Were selected you see some narratives unfolding over the early part. Of the twenty first century These songs brings back. Visceral memories in a way that perhaps the songs from our I list which Range from nine hundred sixty four to nearly the president didn't for, everyone The when I look at especially the. Top, of the list so m, m is paper planes is. Number one. Yeah yeah's maps is number two single. Ladies by. Beyond tears number three back to black by Amy. Wine house number four hold on by the Alabama shakes is number five each of those songs entered my. Life in a particular moment and I can go back to that place I can go back to, the place intest LUSA Alabama where I lived when the Alabama shakes emerged and I was driving around near. The river in singing at the top of my lungs with Brittany Howard hold on Brittany Those memories are so alive and I think that's a treat that this list. Offers that may be the last list didn't the other, thing that I would suggest is evident is, how some musicians influence and shape musicians who follow I wanna play number eight on your list it's Alicia. Keys song fallen So.
"joe stern" Discussed on KOMO
"The corner of 5th than union btc's heather's daily says downtown as one of the city's fastest growing neighborhoods indiana permanent residency were theatregoers the of sports fans and it's just the nexus of all these folks in it's just the perfect place for local market like pcc amazon is leasing all the office space in that building so you can expected to be busy around lunchtime the new showers expected to be finished in about two and a half years at least eighteen months of demolition and reconstruction now underway seattle's coleman ferry terminal this goes goran hake reports of his still these overdue for some seismic upgrade workers are ripping up the interior and rebuilding the exterior of the washington state very systems flagship terminal in a project expected to last through summer 2019 very spokesperson brock vendor says it will all happen with no interruption in ferry service keeping this terminal completely open an operational with no cuts tiberi service what so ever wall we continue this complex work to replace the seismically vulnerable terminal on the dock itself workers will replace to king would pilings with new supports made of steel and the all the links with a major earthquake and that's why we're here today and why were doing this is the main terminal say learned the project includes a new dark fourpassenger only ferries including the west seattle watertaxi and the kids out fast ferry at coleman doc in downtown seattle corwin haeck komo news komo news time is seven forty in that brings us to sports brought to you by divorce lawyers for men here's joe stern today selection sunday.
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"The i'm jessica harris this is from scratch my guest is robert hammond cofounder of friends of the highline an organization that pioneered the transformation of an elevated train line into a public space about a mile and a half long i manhattan's west in new york city friends of the highline relies on support from members to fund the ongoing maintenance of the park as well as the expansion of its third section to be completed in two thousand fourteen the design for the highline was determined through this competition that you held in what way was opening this up to the public strategic there is one of roh's borders thorens and he said you know don't show people bizarre and it was one of the best on his advice in owes whenever i am talking to people they're starting their own projects everyone wants to rush to do get into the design and show what it's gonna look like you know i think there is a real advantage not too because people could then imagine things that they want to see up there and that's when we had this photographer joe stern feld go up and shoot the highline ingestion i think him is almost sort of the coast the third cofounder because he he took these photos that sold the project for us you know you can look at insee will you know system and then and railroad weeds growing on it but you it's weeds brennan abandoned railtrack with the empire state building in the background so this is manhattan and so you know people looked at that and saw all different thing some people saw a chance to build something some people saw a chance for guard some people saw perennial some people saw the wild grasses some people saw preservation some people thought train in what lay enabled us to really create a broad group of support not just sort of a narrow you know just architects or just preservationists third that lack of specificity really help to facilitate this current evan cast yet but what the the beauty of it is an all came back actually ironically to that very photo when people when we ask people that we knew what did they want they pointed to.
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"Him that's when they saw and heard something strange in the darkness of his apartment williams friends saw shadows police now say that's twenty nine year old dra marsa jackson a seattle he's been arrested twenty three times before he is six prior burglary convictions the thief took the tablet turned off the browser and ran out the front door along with five thousand dollars worth of williams stuff now the suspected thief is behind bars in king county rest final exams and occasional practice it's the game plan for the fiesta bowl bound washington huskies details now from komos bill swore to talk in dogs the dodge great dumped their football rushed were the saturday morning practice and coal husky stadium ofensive lime and kale of mcgarry telling me hill after working shelf back into shape by december thirty for the ps 2 bowl get my hands a treat dow back in those gotten a little bit stroppy just chance maria than anything side a little exercise saying shaping all that bridges that get moving again he get better detroit or stover are just get better anyway i the gary on the other husky student athletes have full quarter final exams coming up this week and then they get back into full practice mode with an eye on the penn state nittany lions built schwartz on the home of the huskies komo news and that brings us to sports santa the elevator on a broker sportsdesk we had here's joe stern there will be a repeat for the sounders for being by toronto at sea to neil of bmo feel josie altitude or a scores of the sixty seven thminute over breakaway your basco's seals within the ninety four thminute goal snaps the saddest postseason scoreless streak at an mls record seven hundred thirteen minutes we'll see off sagaing police defense will they face the jaguars when jacksonville receiver doug baldwin the linebackers a very smart in athletic so we know that they can be moving around in in causing us some some issues in the passing game both teams and four the she also the fifth seed in.
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"About three hundred million in sales tax critics worry about drug use among youngsters and marijuana use leading to increase crime the sheriff's department released this statement today drug use among teens overall is down the retail marijuana shops do not cause significant amounts of increased crime the sheriff's department went on to say we orange arresting from misdemeanor marijuana anymore which takes the huge burden off of the criminal justice system and i 5 0 to does not super see the federal law marijuana distribution or sale a use still be prosecuted on the federal law kleven said us zan fine komo news komo news time is that brings us to the elliott bay auto brokers sportsdesk big night for the dogs we get more from joe stern showa grab at husky stadium she's washington blow org thirty three that all trickle lead for good on other patterson sixty four yard putt returned to the early in the second if so the ninth of his career breaks the alltime record shake grabbing with the seventy th career passing kushner down the huskies move into the top spot in the pac 12 north we'll cougars meanwhile keep pace with the huskies worries for the division title the forty four twenty one win over boost within stanford luke fog with three hundred thirty seven passing yards or three tedious he becomes the career passing yardage leader in the pact's world who she also for their fish re will they also three or four redskins walks trying to get their running game going we'll give 80 lacey most of the kerry's rally macdougald will likely make him for a shorter fruit's safety in place for the injured or march sports at 10 and 40 minutes past the hour on charles street of your home of the huskies komo news showing up those shocking allegations it done of brazil's new book will have what she had to say on abc's this week coming up right after this when we listen to the radio we never agree on the station classic rock the one thing we do agree.
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"Safe secure and shoumei residential environments pete combs komo news is it possible that the seattle mariners will soon have a baseball rival with a team in portland well is kimmel's brian calvert reports the latest campaign to bring a second mlb team to the northwest is on under way the playoffs who still underway yet stove is already hot in the rose city where there have been reports of a new group could serious intentions to bring major league baseball to town baseball commissioner rob manfred fanned the flames when he said this while visiting seattle portland we'd be analyst yeah i mean i think port was a possibility we would need if we are going to go to thirty two we need a western timezone team we need at least one more the current group of portland baseball supporters appears serious even tapping former trailblazer broadcaster mike barrett com caba the grace turtle very tells oregon live quote there is a formerly organized sophisticated and season management group running this initiative we will keep you fully apprised of any all developments as this project progresses portland the is first attempt to do big time baseball but this latest effort is seen as one of the most promising yet which is you can imagine has viewed all kinds of other conversations in the rose city for instance the oregonian has printed its list of the ten things portland could use more than an mlb franchise at number two and on the list another bridge or two number nine some more snow plows also on the list anew monorail then there's this list the popular possible names for a new mlb team in the city of portland among the nominees be oregon or cows the portland lumberjacks portland pigeon and the oregon web socks it's not the white sox mug sox or perhaps the web feet brian calvert komo news can you tell the brian is from oregon nobody's dive is sixparty in that brings us to sports sand now from the elliot battle brokers sports desk here's joe stern in pohlmann.
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"Tv or radio i think you'll i have to cancel those plans even if you paid a bog phase value to see hamilton on broadway because as you know we are going to a game seven tonight joe girardi let me give you a couple headlines again i'll make a couple of comments in their world immediately get to your taliban on calls joe girardi simply said cannot allow severino to phase how to very with the bases loaded not after three walks and a runscoring double by a brian mccann who had been all for twenty and the turning point in this game and again you know 61 abc dozen of the other turning point of this game to me with nobody out in the seventh inning there are two on nobody out 7 thinning through orient owed the count on headaches and the chair an pitch adbadf that ended with the strike out and in their sixthinning you have sanchez with two on and to out he cannot be sworn in three eno on burland durr who doesn't give an inch or give an even with account three and all and sanchez with a check sworn yet if you are going to go three an old take cod already and that was in those six inning but we're going to a game seven tonight and listen i suppose none of this should be surprised the yankees have been full of dramatics all season long and what can be more dramatic than a game seven the good news after tonight joe stern burland there won't be starting baud who would be surprised to see him come out of the bullpen on eight hours rest forget the final score of this game tonight we cause all the runs scored off robertson meant absolutely nothing because the game was lost long before the bottom of the eighth inning girardi who has been driving the majer car bed stayed with severino too long and whether the pre aired that burland her was showing you how he human a human can be as he did in both the sixth and seventh innings the yankees were just not able to deliver when it was still a game severino was on his game from the very beginning you saw from mad no head ball for three and twothirds in.
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"This country is why people are acting crazy no i do not think so i think uh drugs alcohol people are are or weird it out in their own little ways uh if there were on drugs that sure it's a problem but i don't think that's why people are wack doubt is it possible the people all was been acting this way we just never know does not till now know something's going on i've been talking about this now for what two years yeah longtime we have this right it it's getting worse not better in because other people are seen it now to you know i'm not the psyche clairvoyant talk show host though i'm pretty darn perceptive uh but this has gotten worse more and more and more i see it more with the actual ice should i do shock you sometimes but when i but i pee seems like when people acting weird i'm with you and i see it more than i do maybe only maybe i'm a magnet now i don't think you're weird magnet all right thanks sec'stop we go to west virginia joe stern on coast to coast joe thanks for calling sir hey thanks for taking my call you know a uh your callers era a lot of going to mention what i was we'll talk about national wanted to call last night i'm working tonight and your guest i think ludi to a johore strange behaviour um um you know i it think we become desensitized uh with these again you know the com believing in video games and mike he said you know the hollywood tasty creatures these folklore's clinic cartoon mccue quash rana want to bash hollywood or anything like that but but it just makes you think like if we get all the things thrown at us and empty what they just live for the moment now yes so uh their catches peta's is very short like the one caller said ron phil phony strip and he's walking you're really got your hedging and uh you know and and and they just ulan they call before you like the like the chivalry and stuff and we just become desensitized to uh what's going on around us the horrific thing that's going on around us and i in this uh it's like a phone is really you know their story repercussions for hedonism that no one cares anymore about the consequences of what they do people i.
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"Homeowners in this area and anywhere in the rush area declare your brush give us a chance to save your house if it's not clear the fires going to burn fuel all the way up to the house this man captured kabir atop israel of trying frantically to put the fire out himself wildlife fleeing residents racing to get their old battles to safe all the memorabilia i needed to get out in the car firefighters at helicopters dipping thousands of gallons of water to try and slow down the blaze the fired out ten percent contained at luckily no it has been hurt but officials are working would reduce numbers what hundred la firefighters unavailable dispatched to texas to assist with hurricane rv this bordering the callers out for additional firefighters from around the state to lead bear the weather continues to be a problem during daylight hours the winds whip up and the temperatures around the triple digits as abc's jim awful up could someone be charged with a hate crime even if the victim wasn't part of a protected group let's kimmel's bryant calvert reports it's one of the proposed laws in the aftermath of charlottesville there are proposals to make crimes committed by white nationalist count as terrorism even her proposal labeling neo nazi groups as gangs so they could be targeted with antigang laws then there's senate bill six thirty eight california proposed days after the incident in charlotte phil were heather higher lost her life free a confidant where that driver who ploughed into that crowd he would not charge so far with the hate act concurrent with crime california senator nancy skinner any link not charged because the victim had her higher we know did not foul in koo the category can better protect it now under current hate crime lock her proposal to protect people who are standing up and defending those in protected groups not just bad but to make it a hate crime if you harm someone who's standing up for a member of one of these groups seatac and violent tighter hurt opportunity the privilege you're not even guaranteed seats to those shows by the way it just gets you in the door lock people like these vans and eight is sure to be of full drought on this hot weekend at the seattle center shoot charlie harger komo news prices a little steve for me a hundred and forty nine dollars a day komo news time eight forty time to get a check of sports for the l e v i told brokers sports desk here's joe stern bad safe go or walk off with for.
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"In pierce county court for the first time charged with the hitler homicide justice i'm not eventual person i think that families should feel and go to that pain and suffering that we were going through why it took five months to charge the prosecutor's office couldn't tell me though fight police say these types of investigations can take a while rengo tanner son's now live with debbie in puyallup across retainer sit in the front yard they're still heartbroken but hopeful for what's ahead i believe the gutters and take care thank god will have guest as retainer i believe that my heart i have two ten our family hopes this does go to trial as of now it is scheduled to begin in october and fight gave cohen come on his suspect 27yearold kevan chee them ordered by a judge to stay on his seizure medication he was also ordered not to drive a car unless he has a note from his doctor for one critical style press summary is it apparently we're having some audio difficulties there we'll get back to that in just a moment but with so much news about the eclipse the university of washington last week staged a lie facebook qna with astronomer nickel kelley she says it's not at all a good idea to try to make your own eclipseviewing glasses so your eyes won't be damaged by look right at the sun but you can take your glasses off at any point of view the eclipse skinny here here in seattle you're not going to see seacot talented also ruled on his people glasses on the whole time is not safe to look at this point in time until parody if that's what you're looking for you have to go south in oregon for a total eclipse of the sun it will have to be when what is called the path of totality komo news time is getting up on seven ten time to check sports use joe stern.
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"Jason colin cooling and they owe pennsylvania um he male hangar i think there's no question arrogant bought you always have my heart me yes danny as you father of little nine month old daughter a lot of modest obviously iggy looks knew what you'd and the vehicle with me and i've always bound eric abundantly earth be very uplifting burien powell of him and always with a great matlin behind him denouncing the curiel lasagna encouraging the who they are not try to eat on one or not to abuse memorial norm hit and at vocal and all we've an excellent melanie hunter musical there's no question my favorite email vogel is on on thank you for your voice mail jason we'll get into some more of your favorite songs in a moment and powers let me come to you how did this come about a few years ago and maybe a couple of years ago may good friend joe stern hammer who is the director of havoc programs at lincoln center and i were having a conversation mary new orleans we gotta music festival and we were thinking about like what earnest's tend to headline these festivals or air are are older artists lake who are still held up and commemorated and remembered and we started talking about how often women artists might seize the moment in our we might have a lot of female pop stars as we have in the past decade or two especially its half of the charts that then are their legacy these preserve do they get the do that they deserve and we started a conversation that then eventually evolved into this idea of making a list and i took this idea to may team an empire music and we decided that we wanted an all women voting panel from throughout npr how different kinds of writers producers hosts djs and to vote on their hundred and fifty favorite lavigne's from a particular era by the way it is the what i'm calling the classic album ear fm 1960 far when the beatles invaded and started pushing things at into the album kind of.
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"A few years ago maybe a couple of years ago may good friend joe stern hammer who is the director of public programs at lincoln center and i were having a conversation mirren new orleans we got no music festival and we were thinking about like what artists tend to headline these festivals or you know are are older artists like who were still held up and commemorated and remembered and we started talking about how often women artists might seize the moment you know you might have a lot of female pop stars as we have in the past decade or two especially at the top of the charts that then are their legacies preserve do they get the do that they deserve and we started a conversation that then eventually evolved into this idea of making a list and i took this idea to my team and impair music and we decided that we wanted an allwoman voting panel from throughout npr all different kinds of writers producers hosts djs to vote on their a hundred and fifty favored albums from a particular era by the way it is the what i'm calling the classic album era from 1960 four when the beatles invaded in started pushing things into the album cut a form is being the dominant form two i wanna say we were gonna do it till 2010 when streaming started to kind of takeover and downloading but there was so much insistence among our voters that lemonade by beyond say beyond the list that we ended up making its way to the our they they might have burned npr down if we didn't let lemonade on i'm just saying that might not might not have into what yana faircloth what for you with a hallmarks.